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RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
» TXUM: Daily Paper. *« per annua. hum! Weekly. *J ; Weekly, li t nn la advanck Eemlttaaeee nay be Bade el the ifch of III Pnb'h*tsre to all oaaea where evidence W taken oa the deposit of I >«H*rla the Poet OSes contain lag mosey. inw—wax. One Square, Q* lines) or lose, oae tneertioa. ..*..- Tl Each addUloaai 'naertica .. I • One month vllh.et alteration.»« I Three do do .10 tl Bx da in .w U Twelea do da ..10 1 fwe Haarea. Three monthm .10 1 Bx months..» (1 Twelve troalhk. ....................... SO 1 |f No advevtieeaeot la be eoatideied by the Booth or yesi aalese specified ea the Measscr-.pt, er previously agreed epon bri tween the partlaa. An advertisement not marked oa the Sony Ibr a epeclSed lew her of insertions will be eoatiaaed until ordered sot, and paynen [f Raanisa aocssTUSBSBf*.—To avoid aay nhaaderskaadloi ao the part of the Aannal .kdvertbera. It Is proper to stair dwharlly las their privileges only extends Is their uamvllale business. Kcs ■state. Legal an l all ocher Advertisements sent by them to be ar , eddl'loaai chare*, and no variation. |f Krai Ksi-tir and Seorrai Agents' add* tlsemrnta not to b. Inserted by the year, bat to be charged at the usual raise, eabjee to such dlseoonis es shall be agreed upon. ar EoohseUrrs and yearly advrrusete. generally, engaging on ar -.»e apoarre. wish the privilege of change, shall not, on the! ye tr y aeerage. in any one week. Insert more than the ameun eg: 1 open as ih* standing rale Slider the c- street, and ail excee ■n. .och am< out to be charged at the usual rales, , A 1 rcrtlaeioents Inserted la the Semi-Weekly Whig at T S cent* ,• pdr uses of 10 lines or less tor the first Insertion, and (0 cenL , „ -s rotnuaaee nr If weekly, fa ceals. % . t I Ttr* cflbr for tale the above etAu lard brand of finr*Oo*prt y T Distill* t-Mult. I Kv*-Whisky. In ha-r-la and half barrels— As • Is of our own del l.atloo, and highly improved by age, w. eon. Icnily ■ roan.end it as the rt sstrr and beet Vt hlsky that can possih.y be distil led. Wr alio offer our Old Family Bye Whlskf, and other brands, from the largest nock of floe Whiskies la the Cu <d 'talcs. , ‘ ' PlIEhldh A k| bl FNO\, Tharnlx Wstlllrry, ib, las N,; sy.i < l f.'isei*. /’Wa/Wpisk Orvicss >6 Wau 'tsear, S.e Y,ts; and m>yt_dly Dtk S. mi Paterr Sr.. Pwaspiuraia.^ WJ*. k. KUMtYfi fiAilCKL T. EtllD » WILLUU A KJ.ID, PRODUCE Commission Merchants, 9. X t»X.VXfi WAlJfCT AA'U SJCC'JXD 6TBSMT, Clutluaistl, Ohio. ’ Bolt -It orders (broil kinds of Western Prod aw, an 1 ask ttc*ai ( akli tdkaai M on ('onsiinairnli fur tale, o a* r. ha ltd tar bought and Stored on account of purchasers — > j-.f rOPIRTIMSHIP NOTICE. I H ave'ha* \%y v» <Ut*d With me, la the C<-lamissloo, Grocery %n 1 L-uooe basins**, W. L. SUt-r The bo*la*w will be coo iMWl !a tbt dun of J. W. NIJPf 4 00. i. W. NIPE, No. 30, Mbia *.re«A P. 4—1 Ult IhV opportunity to return my rtn<*«re docks to my fpi • J*, for their dWrol shore of pntroange luring the lost hr* y« re, oad soBclt for the new mil— their cmUmiljtuak^ ROOFING!! UUAVEI. koofitg:!! bjotk-Uior retT) Mororanu TIN HOOTING. W, ire now prepared to put on the GK.lV XL LOOPING, cf * Ian iaMfk>r quality, either la '.own or country. Also, a.. kinds olGCTTIBB. OO.NDCCTOM, __ and LIGHTNING 10DR. CH tKI.O, 0. TALI A CO.. ,pts_if Iron Block Oonmor dtr-et DLASTER VARD.—Having U-aaoJ the lot nest tomy X a'ar hotter on thy Duck. I ih.llt. -pc oeU.tly on hand a iat.nl, of tho boot LUMP PLAtTKR. which l will toil at the lowes! • mart -t rates. All Plaster gold hy me wl I ho WUOllbD >‘UT As* DKLIVgifi(l\*o ther-wtH to no iuosln w. ;ht to the consumer,— Orders from the ’.rale ailed on accommodating term* jelh dt* to _* * a L1VKHPOOL AND LONDON * FIRE I3M RA1CE CORPAST. Capital, 810,000.000! • A331AL 1.1C0M8, $*,*50,0001 Dai If Row* Me BT.eUO.OO. IWKSTtD IN THK UNITtD BTATK&, OYSH »SOO,Ot»l I All Dmctor* /‘eeu/uu-V RsetwassWs for (Ac Attnuyew awis of IA« < o-npmap. W| reoDw-tfally sot attention to tho security of the Liverpool and London I uauranre Company, to Its policy holders in lie large cash capital and i n»eotmenta. as Mated above. The large capital and Income of tho Company enable It to taka Hues convenient to parties requiring large amounts of Insurance. in addition to the .r.Rnarv mode of tnoaraace, this Company Is sues PERMANENT POLICIES, on the payment of TES ANNU AL PREMIUMS Property Is, throerfrth, PERMANENTLJ INSCREO. The Policy van to cancelled at any time, and the pre mium will be returned leas S per cent. This Company will make Insurance by loan of Goto by Plre, on b new and moot .Itoral principle. Coder the Policies of this Company ail claims are paid upon rre pa oentati -n of ea-lafgrtory proof of lost without ihufswtsuf or tied uo |IS, /to tutoreM. and not, as la ueuaLeigrr oar* after present*. M,n of proof. WOKTHAM A WTATT, Agent*, -Wl eg Mala rnreo*. under fit Charles Hot-'. \BThrv VI IT Kits, tub ■* IMI , wlurw lm a bee ratr wwer coloss. Sable, ntrh an 1 cam-1 hair pencils. - India Ink. Drawing’*: :i ,t. I -ard. load and colored pencil., crayons, pens. Malh-oialloal instrument*, books on Art, Drawn* studies. Ac , la groat variety, for .ale at the wholesale and retail /trusts' tors of *« SATTLM A CO., ) _ fgg Main St., a few dooec b-low rs-haoce Ua-k GREAT ATTRACTION. . Excellent Burkina in DRV GOOD* ro* CASH ONLY rin«. D. QI AMLgt A NUNS will offer this morn ing— Beautlhit lawns and Jaeon-ta, lT)ge Very tin- itersn tie* and Jaconets. Ho French Chluts Bn IIa-u l« and »M Foulard At ka at *>0. eeee Cheap Pw aa Bands *' IT*. T» aud die, s*ry chtsp • Oumb-ic dice res at IT qc Lace do at Me Cambric sad Muaila tot to at Me. yto gbose Goods are offered at a groat ascribe* In order to clow, then* at once. T» BKOAD PTKKFT Xl\ MALT HHI.k. or WOOD'S NO. I PAR • >LF ILT KO* tiltUNGit, • » bbla of Wood's No I family Cut H-rringg #1) do. of Wood's No. 1 Psm 1y Grits Herring) (.tin o« K.I.k'. m..to.a. (VUF V IIFMAP 10»w> vjup-n City fa «Uy I! *m» *> pal’« of 0«or<U awl Firkin Faor ) Lard )uch*»u at Gruu and BUa r a», Marthlng rtf] ftnv Indeed, .10 of *a»r«rW Saw Family and Bxtra Flour, warrant cd to giro »atlwaction, _ Faraaloby BOBKRT A. B. DAMfBT. Grooer WboUialo and Beta'l, toOn Corner of Broad and T»h ^trreta. _SAMUELAVR& SON, CofliiBiv*k>q and Forv&rdtM )lcrcbuU| RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, Orru tor sals—a a »**• u«rtee,out, oil Aduum Cud:to. Totaeeo fUrortas, Bet ud other Safe. Scotch ui Amencu H* tree. Betor tStS Mulpeleted Oaua, OIoti Ud. Ac.. A*. _ ’* LEVIES MA.ll rilTl’RI.Yk lOJIPAAY, Mlrhntuuil, V*. SEWING .MACHINES Mad* ami SMI txn/er ItRul RigM, from «UAS HOtTB. JR., WHIIlll * WILSON. OR0VBR A BAKU u<] I M jtlNUKR B Cd. *P WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT. Prime from *50 to *I»S. FACTORY OS CARY STREET BELOW 1STH. J‘r—.. -it Udk* amj SUM Roam, 931 HbIb Street. * 1W-IT_ o,..~.irr.i7h ^«uT J^eouj « £pted hr Ja<l«e I* V OulcL decotoed for term. *pplf te Xi a 0. BUelu LetchetreeloeerBecoad, or to letl—tf T. V. DAStKL,J». 8" ELI) W H It AT-—A few beeheX Tory mpirtorBeel Wte, ferule hr A. B Xo »B«. Arent. Cere .t. , — oexxet, WATCHES. JEWELRY*A.li> SILVEE WARE, KAOLB StjreiB. MAIN STRICT, Rli hteee l, Vo. » BTBBT DISCRIPTIOM 0» WATCHES. IN GOLD AND SILVER CASE RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY CAMEO, i ORAL, LATA At D PEARL SETT NLTRSTRA BITS, PITCH BBS, OOBLXTt. troong A„D rORBh, SllVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS. Ipeeu, Porks, Udke, Ac., Ac., *»-*_:_ /^OAL Olli LAMPS—°< eTery p«tern til ttyle l» m Ij from the dstot te the chupeto <|uhty. Aiba»( theto m ir.Uhe.XTXe._ THOt) A. B00KLKY A CO Wet HAVE It STORh AN# OHer for Xml w m tarerthto term* to the Article cu he l»>ported tor. I tTphckuee A ud hi ptpto)of pare ud beet qeoUty TRIXC W RRAp. * •* «* ^ lrwoom K DtK'ci MMB NAStHI T A S.—A luppty of'Xeo. I 11*— w nv**r*~TrZ'S&£tS&. CLOTHING AT WHOI.KSALK. WK la<rl4 th* att niion of *«rchann row vUitlnf oir market to the tiaiuuaUj large and attract!vo *tock of FALL CLOTHING, Bow In store, nnd ready for Ihelr 'ttspecdon. We have token great gain*, and wed oar important advantages, and .Ion* eaperituce In the • MANUFACTURE OF THIS STOCK, tad latter ourselves that we offer aa great Inducement* In •TOOK, (ITT LB AND PRICKS, w those of any house. In any city In the C.-loo. KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS, ,rp6 101 Main street.^ 1»W. AND INtiO. PALL AND WINTER STOCK or CLOT MI 1ST GV, AT Simpson «Sc Miller’s, Nlatiuliactarerwanti lie ,.era lu SUPE1UOK CLOTHING. WETR have now open at III Msln st, a large stock of Clothing of TV .very variety, etyiw and quality, at eery low prices. over lda re, sack coais, _ BCsI.srNI AND DRBi l OATS. French, English and American Cue Pant* Furnishing .eoods, of every dt ser.pt cn Every aitlcle of cl thing at the lowest price* at 119 Main **., op posite Mitehell A Tyler’s of* SIMPi-Ht A MILLER. FALL AND MMTEK ( L O T H INGt! nlRii^OOTT, MAR Rid M TO , have received and are »t|!1 re c«*ldngoee o< the largest and simI dt»'rab»e stocks i»f RKADY MaDR CL»T'lNti, ther ►'•tuner bi*frre had, consisting of eve ry thine usually found loCl»tMng KiUliittiaui'j. I heir Cl thing n Ti.r.u*u tured by then*. * f the very beet matrria1*, and In the meat fWhionable and .* utountlal manner. Th y have advan Ugve rqial to any C»- if; o. Hoi »e. an 1 will M.'l a* low aa the low cat, and will warrant ever» garm-nt th*v »#ll. They have, ab", a ^ne aswcrtui-il of OH LHiUVd *n<* BOT’* CLOTHING, wh'ch they are suiting ixmstf^ly ot. If you with any thing In the doL’ilif wav iijoD nnd chiap, call at No. 1U Ma n Slrppf, and DARBACOTT, H iBEIS A CO , la the place_ NOTICE. 'fill* sahjcriber h-.rlog made a change In Ms boaloess on the 1st R ef July lavt, make. It oec-aaary that all account* due him pre view t.i that time ah ull be c oaed He would, therefore, aak of ota old friends and customer* to come forward and dlacbarge ihelr iodebl.do.aa. Thankful for paat favora. he would aak a continu ance of their patronage to the new concern of 8PVNCK A (' ARY. K B SPKNCR, No. ISO, cor Main nnd ISth Pta. :v tug »>, la#!. __aura 110. FALL TRADE. 110. 9I1AFLK. 11ALNEY A CO., WHOLESALE AND KKl'AIL Clothiers and Manufacturers, 110 MAIN SHEET, H rltmond, Vn. TH* Subserlhers h.ving ciaunfactured for the Vlrg'nla And No'th Carolina trade for he paat ten yearn, bring an eepetl -no- and knowl g* aa a gu- rantee that the CLOTJUNG ottered will In ereiy icjp.et give aattsfart OR. Ifoa.eralrg every facility for carrying on our bruin-at auceoss fu'ly weak an eu-mlnallon of our atoek, knowing that we can offer In.I ucemenlt to to ae wbo deaire gvo < goexla at fat' prices SilAl'tJt, HALSKV A CO., A & SUAPaK A CD, Richmond, Vs., Petersburg, Vn, BCRR0C3HS, 8HAPKK CO . oil Lynchburg, Vn. COPAMTUCMSBIP, rHAV* till# .lav --.odat-l with me, lathe Merchant Tailoring and R-ady Made Clothier Bu-loew, WM. O. OAKKY, of Bo yd tort. Mecklenburg. Co., Va.aaid Oopartnerehp to date from July I at, l-AO. The Ooaineaa wti! hereafter be conducted under the name n-d atelr of !«p«nce A Garey. Grateful for the eery liberal patronage I hare received for tJe past 90 year, would moat rcnpcctfuRy ask a WUllMIkW of U o tame to the new concern. L B. SPKNOk. j,M No. lJOeoroer of Vain and IS h otre-t IMPROVED FRENCH full MUKf K.iUuKlfdL Gentlemens FurnishinurGoods tRTK hAvr now en Nani ov«rHiM) doa bhlrta, all price*. quaUllvw If And a(v2m« which We* rtp cIomIiah out at rrduccd wrier* These fhlrta are all m»<l- w th the famous Improved French Yoke, and are warranted to tit. Our aasorttueul o/ Oea and Cravats can’t be beat In the city of *lchiu nd VT« wou.d call attentlnn to nur large iWk of Coder Shirts and Drawn, walcA U fere fall, and contains full lines In SUc, Oanae Mpfia-wt. Linen, and Cotton We have increased our faci’Hles for making Shirts to order, at • ha • tewt »!e i! >l!' . * 4 perf t fit W .tj’ i< 1. Aiao, ou liaod, a due stock of Head? Made Civ thing. SrUHTlYANT A MAGWIR*, jel5 No. 94 Main Street, CorUthSA VEW CI.OTI! J Vi* STOCK. Tne SUIWKIBPR, u Agent, .ill open about the ISth in»t, In th* »W. e now occupied by N. C. Barton, No. 10B Main a--, an tadra new ttock »' CLOTHING AND GFVrs FI K^lSimG GOODS. Whi-h he is having manofactur-d under his own coper.bicn ; and ‘■' pea, wiUk hb rvpeilcnce and knowledge of the business, he can ■u«r such a slock as wt'.l ae.t the wants and secure the patrona** I f hb friends The elcre will be reflited to suit the bus!nets, and every effort will be made to produce all the necessary article*, and in such «ty!a as anil make the nock uuobjecLcnat; * and attractive. WM. S. TUP.MAN, asA-tf Late of Tapman A Hull. G R12 A SEE \T K AC TOR, rua aauoviM PI1IT, TAR. WAX, oc Itt 11MD or GREASE, now ill xixo* or SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES, AND FROM Broadcloths, Cassimeros, &o Wi-JuuU At Jigtetut injury to OtJhMtn. THIS article ha* been need by many person* throughout th country, nnd ha* received the hl<he.l recommendation*. It also received the ellecr medal at the latt Mechanic*’ Fair. It t« made In thl* -tty, and deerrvee the patronage of the South. To be had of the principal druvxlate and at my laboratory, corner Main and lothtta, Richmond, Va. RDWARDT. FINCH, (,!i—ly Analytical ChemJtt. RKKP r«M» L!—The celebrated unexcelled "OHAU.ENGK” RKPR1GKR-A TOR wish tide ventilator. Water Coolert, varl u< allot and patten: Ice Pitcher!, all diet and pattern*. Ma» ver’t patent (lye minute*’ Ice Oream Freezer*, and a variety of other kino*, tor tale at reduced price*. We*e*II particular attention to the juvtly celebrate,! “ClIAle I KNfiK" REFRIGERATOR, eoe,*derlng It the bett article evet of fered for tal • In thlt place, and therefore reeorameod It with confi dence. Anothereupply jutt reeeieed, n few only of which are un engaged Peraoni In wnnt of the aboee, ure requested to call and etatnine before purcbnalng eltewbere 6. A A. BARGAMIN, J*., j ,f tl T Main 8t, Richmond, A a. WHEELER <Sc WILSON MANE FACTORING 00*1’AST'S SEWING MACHINES. <*■ tiU.IWO. lill.lMNI, JO HAY1 bewo soid and ihe universal satisfaction warrant# th# Company la rec ..amending and warranting U In th« siren* “ OPINION OE*TH* PRE8A OE VIRGINIA. The beet w. have teen.—RSfUavtaer. The wr*ra is strong aad perfect —Christian Adcvwvifa. No oth*r at all compare*.-S»d\. , ^ , Contains every late Improvemrt-i —( fafral /VM-'fjfIsnilA It di ce *ur propotee.—Knu.irtr. U -uperlor to nny.—Dmriltt 7Vuw*-r,>t It decidedly the beet ~Jf rmni,in Kt/ ul ierw. Mott excellent But A'u/or. hl.pu4fk-.tn, far thebe*t — IFarrenton nitj. h uke. the lead.—n«tr vftA. The beet In uae —(V/~«pe<- Ohoerwar. Tie moat complete — RneUma^tm R*t/i*t*r. The belt made — t'lT-'ly /Mm'i-rtU With ut ■ rlriL-iteit<«/i- et itier-tWM*. Recent Impri'veroenti make It the in oft complete and perfect mnthtn. e.er oferml .oth.p.kU*. r H ^ >J7 Vin 8C Rlchmoo-I. Johaaoo'i Hill, Norfolk. FVwTbM* Hrummel’i New “ dry Mill*” Family floor. li*l “ M ** 44 Kitra Floor. ifMH) 44 Varic ua Brand* Eitra and Buj»e*flne Flour._ F«»r ul« by RmBINSuN k B0R1CRT*, Cor Cary and lJUh Atfl Hit AM til top.«»rrU Tilanda or AmeT l-an ft nano, warranted genuine, fcr enle towin i aalT—4# A. 8. LIK, ob ir»« uoct. TARDY & WILLIAMS, - WHOLESALE EKOCERS ASD COMAIISSIOS MLRCH1ST8, CORNKR CARY AMD 1YTH SIREHT9, Kit'UNION D. V A. ..... ARC now reeetotng their Fall *tpplr of Groceries, to which the attention of C*.'lt *• d protnpi teller* are reqa-wted. To aach they are dtapuee I to sell at the loweal market rate* They oow * h4',*'B"U>it«) hhtto prime Porto Rico and Cob* Ihigar* HP* nr Li A KatraC. Oroahed, f owdered. Granulated and Cut Loaf Pug.r* Hi bole* Loaf Itogar* 4 « to la . N O . Porto Rico and Muncorado Molaaaea 80 PI Engllih Island M„lai»e# loutbla Dreherol anaeo'e Hynap Son bags prime Rli Cnlfeo HMI aga Old Goeemmeot Jar* do (eery inperlor) ■ Ftp keg* Old Dr minion Nall* ISM) tiite* Pole Leather, gcod and good damaged ltto pkga. Green and Black Tea*, tome eery ch.lc* Ham bole* Adamantine and Tallow Candle* e • ISO bote* «oap . l.ttai Hu. Cotv.n Tarna _ _ HAM 'WM wrapping, Letttr and Cap Paper 100 krga Lee' Soda Sit) b jaee Window 6 lax • 100 boar* Aaeo 1 800 do*. Backet* »aW PRICE REDICED STILL LOWER. To Close Out Our Stock of DRY GOODS, s W?b"*eel£2 *£ W il co»t We hare on hand a large stock of Rich Dree* B.lki, marked down to SO and 75 uU In the d.Unri Elegant Silk Robe* coat |t« lor |« * Rich DwLalae Robe, at *7 50, ceil 11 and lit Rich Printed Parie Printed DeLalnea Valeri ee. PopHne and slla Htuiaid* Large stock col’d and Bl'k Wool Bhawla Stock A Ip areas and Bomb! line* Black Chillies and all Wool DeLalnea french Merino*, all color* Bip.ua and Alekandot’a Kid GloTen atSOc _ Ladlei an l Mime* UoMery .. v»i «, Swims ktu.Ua and Cambric Sett* and Co®**? “* . pric*. far caih. , \ F°*a »” PwroB^tuon CCLT1TAT0RS. ..... CORN gftgLLEM, gtwql mriiMrn. tor .*!« by WM, FAiAtlR, »0N jJ^_ EDUCATION. = NOUTHEHN KKHALK INVTITl'TIL RICHMOND, VA. THE Eleventh Session of this Institution will commence on the first Monday In October next, and close on the last day of Jane, INtO. The Principal does not deem It necessary to give the names of the Assistant Teachers In his employ, simply saying that he Is aid ed by eleven throughly qualified Instructors, and that every effort will be made to maintain the high reputation and select character of the ScbooL The advantages offered In the department of mesic (vocal and Instrumental) are unsurpassed. The most accomplished teachers In the city are emp oyed, and particular attention is paid to this valuable accomplishment. Two French ladles, reared and educated In Paris, and speaking the purest French, rt-slds In the famllv of the Princip* 1, whose es pecial duty It Is to speak Frencn habitually with all thocs who are studying the language. It Is confidently asserted that as much and as pore French Is spoken In the house as In any female school lu the Union The subjects of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry are fully Il lustrated by rxperimenta, the apparatus belonging to the Institute being as complete ys any in the Mtate Especial attention Is given also to the study of History, Enfllsb Literature, Rhetoric and R»adtng~a portion of the course both at t acive and profitable. The Principal refers with pride to the following list of Patxokh, as about the best evidence of the merits of Lis ftcr.ool: lieu H A. Wise, "orfoJk, Va.; Com. M. F. Maury. Nat. Ob.; Rev. Wm. gpatrow. Theological Seminary, Alexandria; Rev P. Slaughter, Culpeper, Rev. C. II. Read, Rev Gtorge Woodbrldge, Rev. H. 8 Kepler, Rev. D. 8 Doggeti, Dr B. R. Wellfurd, A. A. Morton, J R. Andervoo, P R. Grattan, James Lyons, T. R. Price Wm. Pa’mer, Ool. E. Foots ne, CoL G W. Munford, A. J Bother fo«rd Hon John Robertson. Richmond; Jaa. M Morton, Gooch land; Wm Clark, J. B Carrington, Halifax; R K. Cralle, Green brier, Va ; P. 8t George Cock.*, Powhal*1 ; Dr. R. U. Stuart, King George; R. K. Scott, Fauquier, T J. Randolph, H. F. Minor, Al bemarle; A. Pean, J. W. Carroll. New Orleans; R. Baylor, Kaaex; Mrs. 4. H Harrison, Lower Hrandon; CoL T. 4 Dabney Dry Crsve, Mist.; Bryce Stewart, Clarksville, Tenn ; lion. G. H. Lee, Clarks burg. Va. R f-rrncele made. also. *he Faculties of »*• Virginia Military Institute and William and Mary College, to Professors Bledsoe. Smith, Coleman, Maupln and Davis, of the University of Virginia, rtuu Hoard, Washing and Lights.••**.... $22^ 00 Tuition !n Entilth. . «' Preparatory Department. 40 U> Latin or Modern Laugusgrf, In classes, each,. SO 00 Music, Vocal or on Plano, Harp, Organ or Guitar, per lesson,.. 1 01' Drawing • r Painting in oil or water colors.$30 to 50 W) Pew rent. 8 00 Use of Instruments, per month. I Payable one-half lit October, balance on the '5th of February. For further particulars or for catalogue, address the Principal, D. LEK POWELL, j y 12— 8m Box 81, Richmond, Va. rilHK PRINC IPAL OP THE 8OUTH8HN FFC J. MALE INVITTI IK at Richmond Va , wishes to employ au arid! ions' at* Maut A Matter » f *rta, or n graduate ?n moat of tqe toho U of the University of Virginia preferred To a man of experience, well recommended, a salary of $'.‘J»s» will be paid. Addrtst D. LKK POWELL, Box 81, —d!w Richmond Va CHESAPEAKE FEMALE COLLEGE, .£)]) 0L1> IVIN I AM) DiMITUA. f |1HE next a srion commences on the 1st Wednesday In October. Board, Including fuel, lights and w*hlnf—and tuition In English Branches, for the echoltstic year, $188. For cataiigueso? further Inf rmatiou, awdr.ss Rev C A RAYMOND, Hampton, anSO-ulm or Rcr. T HUME, Portsmouth. R1CII.40.V0 I'liui: S HAS I VARY, 05 tilUCE STUEET DETW EK5 81) & 4TH, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. A M. DU PUT, A. M.Paiscival THE next session of Ibis Institution will commence on the 1st of October lSfili. and wltl terminate on the 8hth Juue, 1881. The Principal will be aid'd, as heretofore, by a well selected corps of AtfsUlanu, who, with their ab’tity and experience, cannot fall to give satisfaction The hoarding Department wM be under the management of Mr and 'ira. Dupuy, assrifted by Mr*. Mary R. Cactels, formerly of Sa vannah. They alone will reside In the Femlnary with the young ladles and will exercise a Aireafal care and control cverthos committed to their charge. The success which has attended this effort to establish In the city of Rlchmo: d a Female 8ernlnary of th.* first class has encouraged the Principal to provide more ample accommodation* for the next evasion. The buildings are now being enlarg'd, and important ..... nr,will molri It. them ■hlrli ari l utld D-iktlV til their convenience and comfort The lodging rooms are Urge and well ventilated, and *>ot m«»re than from two to four boarders will occu py one room. The R« citation Koocs will be well arranged for the accommodation of the pupils TERMS TOR NINE MONTHS. Board. .•** » W tahhjr, tael and tights. W W Tuition lu the Pu-paratorv Department. 80 tit do In ordtnary MUghsh branches. 40 00 do In advanced do do . 50 00 do ln^lodern and Ancient Languages. each. 90 00 Music, Vocal and Instrumental (llano anJ Guitar), for one lemon of one hoar per week. 40 00 f<<r two lemons of one hour each per week. 80 W Use of Plano. 10 00 Drawing In Crayon. 80 M) Painting in Water colors. 40 00 Painting In Oil. ^0 00 One-hah* payable or the 1st of Oct, 1$C4>, and Die remainder on the 15th of V«b’v,]&l Reference la made to Rev. Dr. Most* D. Hoge, and to any of the former patrons of the school. Catalogues of the Seminary, containing more detailed informa tion, can be obtained at any bookstore in the city, or by applica tion to the undersigned. A. M. DUPUT. jyll Richmond, Va. OLD DO.UIVIO* IVKTITI'TE. T1IK lint tpulun of ililj Hch jol for Young Lv!V>, located »t U)« the corner of ?th and Franklin B'.rcrtj, Kiehmnnd, t a . will begin on the 1st daj of October, lidU, and c!o»e on the 80tt of June next ensuing. BOARD Of INSTRUCTION. L K. Shumate, Mental and Moral Science and Ancient Lan guagee. R. ti. Gilson, Natural Science and Mathematic*. Rev Jataes A. !>unc*n, bibllca! • uralure. Mon« Kd**uard Hou layer, Picneh. Car’.ne r Mera. Span ah and Italian. Albert 1)« Roedlgcr, German. Mias Riva M Jones, Intermediate English. M!m Miggie D. Bran Jer. Primary English. Horace Chase, Piano and Organ. Ilelnrich Schneider, Harp. O. A. Ericsson, Guitar. Oewa <1 Heinrich. Pa n'.lng and Drawing. J. W. Reeve, Penmanship. TERMS. Tixv for the Session, payable half on first of October, residue r-b. 14. l**l : _ _ Prltn»rv English, (Including Vocal Voile). |80 00 Intermediate EngiWi, (Including Vocal Music). 40 00 Senior, (lnclu-Hm.'Vo^gl Music). 50 00 Languages, eacli. 90 00 Piano, Organ. Guitar, or Cultivation of the Voice, for half hour lessons, 9 per week. . 50 00 Plano, Organ, Guitar, or Cultivation of the Voice for one hour le son*, 9 per we k. 80 00 Oil Painting.. W00 Pastel or Water Colors, Crayon Drawing. . 90 00 Use of llano. . 1»> 00 Ornamental Branches... . Board.. Washing and Lights.. 95 0# Application to enter pupils, and all communications concerning ths School should be made to ______ THOMAS L. GALLKHIR Richmond, Va. The announcement for the session of 1S80, *61, will be furnished to those who apply as Indicated. Jj*“"1t_ University ot T.ouisiana. LAW IkKPAHTY1 FAT. THI LIOIURE* lr> this Department will commence on the se cond MONDaY of November, l!*4» and continue until the first Ma-’iUy of April, |S4l They wl*l embrace the various branches of *he 0 wit Law, of the Common Law, and of Equity ; Admiralty, Commercial, luUrnat'onat. and Coustitut'ou tl law. and the Juris prudence of the United 8U es. T.ie Lectures will be delivered by four Pr fe*sori * Hjo. THEODORE !!. M. CALEB, LL D., Professor of Admiralty and cot mat tonal Law. RANDELL III NT. Professor of Commercial and Criminal Law aad t)i* I.aw nf Eviden *e. CHUIPTIAK R0NKL1UF, T L. D.. Profottor of Civil Law. ALVKKD KKNJIWf, Proff-mor if CouaMut onul aud Common Law, and Equity Jur iprudcnct. No city In th« United State* ba* the advantairci which New Or lliiui for the ready and perfect acquirement of the Mod ern Lun< a.ed, Go^d Hoard can be obtalnec a* cheap here aa lo aoy o her large cHjr In the Union. All cotuinun'.cAtioca tuual be addreaaed to tin* Dean of the Facul ty, at New Orleans. RAN DILI* HUNT, aulh—Am Dean af the Faculty. RcUtI lloiinliuK Nuliool for (iirl*. Number of Boarder* limited to Ten. 1 PROPOSE to open at my residence In Port Roynl, V», on the first Monday In October, 1W, s llonnlii.j StrWjtir OlrU — The house Is ample »nd appropriats-lf furnished sud the *t'l» will be whol,y under family discipline and domcetlc Influence nnd re straint. The < mtrtt In tructi-m will be regular »nd systemat ic, embracing the English, Classlcsl and Mathematical Depart in'nts. with Modern Languages and Ornament 4 tranche! Par t cular attention w.U be pal • to the /Vem-A lunffu.tgt and liUra face, and rare fa- Mice tor instruction in Jfu tc arc at hand. TERM:— including everything, $Hfl, payable one third upon entrance, one third 1st of January, and one-third 15th of ApiU — Drewlog, Painting and Music at rrofess'rs pilcra. Thankful f ir the many favor, received from this community during an experience of seven year, as a Teacher In their midst, up to Ihe time when I resigned my former srlioil In 1S67,1 am now rncouragd to begin again under renewed auspices and with more enlarged faculties and espeririice, humbly hoping, by sssidniy and diligence,a i merit that confidence aud patronage, which have heretofore been heetowed upon me. Eor a circular and particulars apply ta K. BACTER. A. M., 10*37—3m Port Koval, Ctrollnr, Va. 1>ILLIN<;’« ANODV'E H«!»lKDY.-A n. ver Ull 1 > log cur* for DIorrhw.*, Dywnte.y, Ac , prepared and for •ale by DOV1C A 00, Wboteaalc Drugg'ft*. gu«.i..i«nML«.n4T REurcnoj. .ft; We have ihb day marked down our Flock of Fall and U inter Elite ft« prr cent, and will sell them without regard to cost. Mess, call and examine ^ ^ LIGHTS X BRADBl RRY’8 PIANOS. WE CALL the attention of the cltlieos of Rich mold, and Virginia, to onr Piano Portea whleh^^^^^^B we have placed with Mr. Carusl that thetr qoalll!es,*»“jr,©«n In every respect, mty hr tested by the aide of the! I V I 11 famed Chickering’s. We warrant all our Pianos, and can show as high and as nmac rons testimonials as any factory In the country. All of which can be seen at Mr. Carusl'l on Broad Street. 3d door from 9th._ 4,1LIGHTS A BBADBCRRT. Silver-plated wake.—vow opening, direct from the manufactorem, a beautiful variety of— Silver Plated Coffee aud Tex Urns. Silver Plated Cake and Erult Lukrta. Mis er-Plated Castors, richly rhsseiL Silver Plated Walters of elegant deeigns. Silv. r l’ ated Candlesticks. • Silver P sled Butter D she*. SLvar Plated tee t'Lcheis Stiver-P ated Tea Beta. Silver-Plated t.oblels and Cups. Sllrsr-Pisted Spoons and Porks. Together with other goods of p-ated ware, making 0ur aisort m»nt more complete- than ever, sod we cordially Invite the atten tion of the pul Be to an examination »f tne asms, for sale at the China Store of TOOL A- Bl I.KLEA A 00 . aelj 87 Main street. IJOVRI'ET D’OKLEAMSOK XX BOCHISOPI II Most tragi ant perfume In use. TURF OIL Warranted to curs burns and sore, of every kind. IXT. PAREtRA BRAVA and BUCHC— A speedy reme ly for all diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. DOVE'S RHEUMATIC UNIMENT— A sure remedy to- Rheumatism. (Warranted.) WATER OF PEARLS— Moat beautiful preparation for the Bair. ■a RLV BIRD The most cartels Verm'fuga b.f re the public. APPETIZER— Ihe bet Tonic known. The above for sale wholesale and rctaU by DOVE A CO . Wholesale Druggist*. Mo. 68 Mala strest, Richmond. _ - RICHMOND WHIG DISCUSSION IN I’ATRK K COUNTY. Patrick 0. H , Sep'- 16, 1800. To the Editor of the Whig: On Wednesday, the 12th lost., (the first day of our Circuit Court,) the large crowd then in attendance were informed thai the Uou. Thomas S. Flournoy, at the ear nest solicitation of many of his political Iricuds, would address the people upon the political issues of the day. When this laol was anuounced.the Breckinridge Democ racy prevailed upon A. li. Dillard, Esq., to cuter the ring in advocacy of the desperate fortunes of that sectional oigai izatiou; and upou consultation it was agreed that Mr. Flournoy should speak ss long us ho might think proper, and Mr. Dillard would reply upon the sani ter ms. At three o’clock a large crowd, from the surrounding country, assembled in the basetuoLt story of the court house, when Mr. Flournoy commenced the discussion.— The delivery of hisipeech occupied about two hours and i-halt, aud the opinion was universally expressed 'hat it was the most eloquent aud masterly effort of his life. I have never witueased a happier effect produced upon any crowd. Ills description ot the const quences likely to lotluw a disruption ol the union ot these States,whs thril ling and eloquent beyond anything I ever heard, and brought tears from the eyes of many of his auditors.— Be demonstrated, conclusively, that the sole purpose of the partixaus of John C. Breckinridge was a dissolution of the Union in caso their candidate should be unsuccess ful, aud read to bis audience uuinerous extracts Item speeches and letters of distinguish advocates of that gen ii.•man to p.ove what he had affirmed. He proved to the satisfaction ol every dispassionate mind, the utter impos sibility ot the elecuou of cither Bieckinridgo or Doughs, and argued that patriotic considerations and a desire for | the preservation of the Union, dictated iu an uumistake able manner the course » Inch every lover of his country should pursue. lie examined the political record of Jobu liell — read from bis speeches to prove his noun dues* up ou the slavery question,and showed that upon every issue that over agitated the public mind iu which that question was iuvolved, he had been true to the interest* of the ouih. He informed the people that the charge of Abo litionism against the Union candidates was the old song mat had been sung m every i’resi.iential (lection for 2" years back—that Harrison, Clay, Taylor and Scott had all been called Abolitionists by the Democratic speakers and papers of high aud low degree.aud that such silly and absurd charge* were intended as a sort of artful dodge to divert public attention from their own evil deeds. But, I need not inform your readers of the utter im possibility ol conveying even a faint sketch of Mr. Flour noy’s speech in the short space which I must necessarily occupy in your columns. Suffice it for me to say, that the tli'ect was overwhelming,and will long he remember ed by tho«c who had the pleasure of listening to the speech. TliC secret ot Mr. Flournoy’s great success as a popular orator, is the sincerity aud eatneStms* ot pur pose of the man, aud the most casual observer cannot fail to perceive that be really feels what be says,and that his warm and eloquent exhortations spring from a heart to»t bca’s responsive to every sentiment tor his country and his country’s cause. i bo conclusion of his speech was followed by long and protracted cheering, and when the applause bad died away, Mr. Dillard arose, evidently impressed with the idta that he had a heavy task before him. He reminded me of a man who was about to undertake the perform ance of some desperate set, and seemed conscious that be was beaten in the encounter before be commenced, lie evidently felt that in supporting the secession ticket he was carrying a burden too grevious for mortal man o bear. His gesticulations were furious and violent.— tie heat aad lought the air with great earnestness and desperation, He suggested to Ills audience a certain Don Adriano dc Armada, in ‘ Love’s Labor Lost,’’ who “Jrew out the thread of his verbosity liner than the sti. [lie Ui uiv ni^uuiuiiu out 4 r nuiu, uv i* uiuu , muri.i um call it valliaut fury, but fur certain be could not buckle his distercp 'red cause within the bell of rule.” His arguments were I ke those of Graiiauo of Venice. T ey were as three grains of wheat to a whole bushel of chill. You might search ail day ere you fouui them, ai:d when loutid they were not worth the search. He impressed bis hearers wi'h the idea that he had been at a great feast of lauguagos and had stolen the scraps. This, however, was not to be wondered at, lor what intellectual giant could uphold the sinking cause of Ilreckinridge and latne? Mr. Dillard, though a fiue speaker, did not pretend to meet the issues involved in th s canvass. He seemed to hate been carried back by some enchanter to the days ot 1844, and hke Old Mortality who tummaged among the tombs of by-gone timers, he went aw«v back and dis cussed the dead bankrupt law, and other irrelevant is sues. How soft and cooing be was to the Douglas De mocracy ! How he begged and entreat-d them to re turn to the true fold and uphold the national banner of Breckinridge and Lane. Ho seemed to be willing to prostrate himself “upon the bended knees of his frail body,” and melt away to a fountain of tears, if he eoul I only heal the divisions in the ranks of the harmonious Democracy. But wlmt most astonished his audience was Ins willingness to siipjiort Douglas if he had been the nominee of the Chatireton Convention. It made no dif ference with him if the Southern Democracy hud tendril •roin the Charleston Convention upon the <pi slion of principle. It made no d.flVrence with him if Governor tV ise did denounce Uuiigla*' doctrine “as a short-cut to all the ends of Black Republicanism." It made no dif ference with him if Mr. Hreckluridge did declare that Judge Douglas eutettaiued the opinion "that an intnb ordinate territorial authority may con titrate or err hide from the territory, the property of the titisene if the Southern Statee without regard to the opinion of the Supreme Court to the contrary." Still Mr. Dillatd wa willing to support Mr. Douglas, reeking, as he is, with political here-ies, if he had been the uomiuec of a mere irresponsible Convention, for he seemed to entertain the idea that DemoctvJc Conventions were political Bethis das, which would wash any political sinner clean, and make him as white as snow. In consideration of the fact that the almost cutire body of the Breckinridge De mocracy had announced their detrniinatiou not to vote for Douglas uudtr any circumstances, this declaration of Mr. Dillard struck the audience with the most profound astonishment, and convinced them that his zeal for his party had gotten the better of his judgment. 1 have • an mJed tins communication to too great a length, and roust conclude by saying that the discussion w as contin ued until a late hour of the night, and that the • fleet was a happy and glorious one for our cause. The flies of 1840 aro ocing kindled upon every hill top and in every valley in this country, and will on the tith of November burst iuto a blaze for the “ Union aud the Constitution.” S. G. S. THE UNION MEETING IN CULPEPER. To the Editor of the Whig: No meeting of the sort lias ever occurred in this sec tion of Virginia, of any party, or in any contest, that was so eminent a success. The attendance though very large, was perhaps not greater than has occurred before, the orators not more numerous, yet the gathering was very large, the speaking eloquent and effective. The stand was occupied on the first day, from noon to dinner time, by Henry W. Thomas, Esq, of Fairfax co., Va., in a speech of great force and eloqueuce, as every man capable of understanding a good speech will con fess, whatever his party may be. Like all that followed it, its main obji cl was to prove that a union of all parties Annniitlmi in the Black Kemiblican ticket was nulls pensable lo success. Tint Bell aud Everett presented the only possible rallying point promising the slightest chance of success. That Douglas, though a good Union man, and representing a sound Union party, has no chance of uniiiug a general vote, either North or South, but is immeasurably preferable to any ticket except that of Bell a-d Kveretl. That Breckinridge is simply the representative of toe disuuion sentiment ot the country, himself an Union nian, but seduced into a po ilion from which lie has no escape, either bv fighting ordering, tbo leader ot a forlorn ho|io, selec'-ed at thu last moment, not to beat but lo be beaten. That the late Democratic party is exclusively and entirely responsible for the ex istence of the present crisis, having agitated the Have ry question from the beginning per potually, and for mere objects of party advantage, until the present state of things has been brought about. That all honest men, ia the South especially, should come together at once, and give the moral force of a united voice in favor ol the same candidate—and that that candidate it John Bell That the idea of proceeding to dissolve the Union, for the regular and constitutional election of any wan, ought not to receive such recognition of its respectabili ty as to be noticed or answered by anybody. The speech was well considered, well delivered, and well received. Dinner over, the Uon. John 9. Pendleton introduced to the meeting lion. Joseph U. Ingersoll.of Philadelphia,a gentleman, he said, well known by public reputation to the country at large as a lawyer, a politician aud a statestr.au of the highest order—a public man for many years, equally successful as a lawyer, a legislator and u diplomat. He was not a man who came to pass him self off as “a Northern wan with Southern principle*"— but be was a Constitutional Union man, educated and practiced in the principles aud bearing ot a patiiot and a gentleman. His speech of more than two hours, enchained the at tention ofover two thousand hearers,without a moment1! interruption or disorder. It was confessed by all, to be learned, eloquent, and able, impressing every hearer with the liveliest admiration of the digniihd, refined and ac complished orator. At the close of the day, Mr. P. introduced his old friend W. W. Gilmer, who greatly interested the crowd for a few minutes—promising a more regular speech at night, at the court house in the town. Mr. Gilmer con tributed greatly to the gratifications of the festival, or various occasions, by his excellent good sense, humout and enthusiasm. At night the court house was filled with an anxiout aud excited audience, and very successfully addressed by Messrs. Gilmer, Thomas, and lugetsoll, and by Mr. Skin ner, of Rappahannock county. On the second day, at the hour of meeting, John Bald wiu, Esq., of Staunton, was presented, aud was receivei with great spplxuse and expectation. The Richmont Whig, the Whig papers generally—common rumor of bit speeches in the present canvass, hid all excited an ox travagant measure of public expectation. He not only met it, but his speech more than aaU.fiet everybody. It would hive done credit to any man it America, and could not bo successfully answered by tho whole Charlottesville convention, if you gave it from now to the lint of November to do it iu Could it be contrived, Mr. Editor, for him to catch tie peripatetic committee of Seuators and cx-Governors ap pointed to canvass the State at Gharlottesviilt? It would be woitb seeing, if be could catch tho entire squad at one time aud place. The oveuiug was occupied by A. B. Magruder, Esq., in a very successful effort—a speech replete with sound sense, interesting detail, and able argument. No gentle man, iu fact, nude a more agreeable impression. Tie meeting was finally closed by Mr. Gilmer, who was foio d to come out by the most clamorous calls. lie addressed himself on this occasion more particularly to the ladies, and it is not to be denied that he swept every thing before him iu that field. Look out for the best Whig vote ever given in this couuty, aud that too, notwithstanding the puny has been more divided aud demoralised by county squabbles thau in aDy other locality of the State, for some time passed. BELL AND EVERETT IN HANOVER. At a largo and entliu-iastio meeting of the citizens of Hanover, held at llawe's shop on Saturday night Sept. l.Vb, in support of the Constitutional Union candidates Rell and Everett, on motion ot Mr. Seatcu Tinsley, Dr. George Win. Pollard was called to the chsir. The Presi dent having explained the object of the meeting, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted ; Deeplv impressed with the belief that 'he perpetuity of the Uuiou is in imminent peril, and well as-ured that the wi-esi plan winch could be devised iu order to re store peace, confidence and justice, would be a well di rected energetic concert of action iu behalf of the Cons titutional Union caudidatcs, Rell and Everett. There fore, be it Jitnuhti!, That wo form ourselves into a Bell and Everett Club, pledging to do our utmost by all fair and honorable means lor the Union, the Conslituliou aud the euforcemout of the Laws. That the club snail consist of the following officers : 1st. President and five Vice-Presidents, a Treasurer and Secretary. d id, That there shall be two standing committees, the one, to prepare business, the other to collect funds. Mrd, That regular meetings be held every other Satur day night, between this and the election. Mc-srs. Seaton Tinsley, Geo. Elliott, John Haw, Phil ip Norment, and Polaud Cross, were elected Vica Presi dents; Mr. P. Cross, Treasurer. Being regularly organi zed, the Club was addressed by Mr. Philip Norment, aud others, who briefly but forcibly unfolded to their atten tive hearers the deplorable condition to which the coun try has been reduced by sectional parlies, and declared that the time had come when all conservative, patriotic men should rally around the flag of the Union, and, ir respective of party, give their support to Bell and Ever ett, the only national candid ites before the people.— With the bright prospect belore them, the Union party has set to work with increased zeal, and will doubtless have the proud satisfaction of seeing old Hanover record her vote ior Bi ll aud Everett. Many of our Democratic friends were present to witness the iuauguraiiou of the Club, and if we limy judge by their solemn faces, aud the grave attention bestowed upon the speakers, it is tin cercly to be hoped not a few of them relurued to their homes wiser men, and determined to cast their votes iu November next in favor of tho national candidates.— Alter protracting tho discussion until nearly midnight, tho Club adjourned to meet the Saturday alter next, at 7 o'clock I*. M. B. C. POLLARD, Secretary. IIF.LL AND EVERETT IN CAROLINE. At a meeting of the citizens of IVt Royal, Caroline county, for the purpose of ra llying the nomination ol John Hr II and Edward Everett, and to form a Bell and Everett Club, On motion, Dr. Charles Urquhart was called to the Chuir, ami Daniel Atwill appointed Secretary. Dr. Urquhart on tuking the Chair, explained iu appro The following resolutions wero unanimously adopted : 1. }lttolled. That we cordially endorse the nomination of John Uell aud Kdward Kverett, and pledge ourselves to use all honorable means to elect them triumphantly on the tith ol November next. 2. Ttiat wo look with abhorenee upon any man, or act of men, who would break up our glorious 1'uion, be queathed us by men who were wise, patriotic, and true to the whole country, and call upon all title friends of the South, the Union, aud the Constitution, to rally to the standard of the only national, and conservative tick et presented them, in the petsons of John Uell aud Kd ward Kverett. 3. That a radical change of rulers is indispensable to the maintenance and purity of our Government, and that we will not prove recreant to the Constitution aud the Union, in this canvass for our rights ; but will be found, from this time, till the (Uh ol November, fighting tor the perpetuation of the best government that the wotld has ever known. •1. That Bell and Kverett arc the only candidates be fore the couutty, by whose election, we believe, section alism, fanaticism ni d corruption can be Flayed, and our country saved troui the botrors of civil war. On motion, the following gentlemen were unanimously elected oflieers of the Club : Charles Uiqubart, President; P. II. Pendleton, and Thomas 0. Burrows, Vie -President-; Daniel At»ill. Sec retary; ami A J. Kendrick, Treasurer. tie solved. That a committee be appointed by the Pie sideut, to collect funds to procure documents for distri bution, and tb'il it be the duty of said committee to dis tribute tbo same. The following getillemcn were appointed to act on said committee: Dr. Muscoe Boulware, Reith n Oirrett, Philip Mar shall. P. II Pendleton, Thomas 0 Burrows, Wade A. Thornton, John K. Farinhott, and Geo. William Catlett. On motion, the following geutleiueu were appointed a Vigilance Committee: Win. P. Owens, Win Farinhott, William B. Dickinson, Allen B Bowie, Win. J. Boulware, Thos. D. Lumpkin, James D. Shaddock, James T. GoulJeti, Jos. Landrum, Win. P. M. Gray, and Richard Royston. Hetolrnl. That the Club meet on every Friday eve meg, aud that the President be r mpowered to call a meeting, at any limn deemed by bim necessary, in order to carry out the object of the organ ait on. On motion. Ordered that that the foregoing resolutions be published in the Whig papers of Richmond aud Fred ericksburg. On motion, the meeting adjourned. CUAS UKyUIIART, Ch’n. Daniil At will, Sec’y. Alter tho oiganixation of the Club, Mr. K. Ponsett Tavloe, the elector.lor King George counts, aud Dr. W. I). 0 lireubcry, addressed the meeting in eloquent lermf. DISCUSSION IN HENRY COUSTY. Hk.NKV Cet'NTY, 17th Sept, I860. To the Editor of the Whig: The electors of the different nominees for President and Vice-President, addressed a large number of the vo ters of this county at Martinsville, on Monday, the 10th instant Mr. Bruce led off with a telling and convincing epeecb. Mr. John K. Edmunds followed, and from what I had heard of him as an able debator.I was greatly disappoint ed. I heard several prominent D-mccrats suy that it was the poorest effort they had ever heard from any man having any reputation as a public speaker; and iustiad of benefiting tho parly whose oau-c no it mooring tor, would actually lose votes lor Breckinridge. Mr. Stovall followed Mr. Edmunds,and I tell you be poured hot shot into the Breckinridge camp, and 1 have no doubt gained many votes lor Douglas from Breckinridge. Mr. Charles Irving followed Stovall,and he handled the Brcckiuridgers so roughly that many of them left the room while lie was speaking. Henry will give a handsome m"jority for the Union ticket over Douglas and Breckinridge together, I think. The vote lor Douglas aud Bretk will be nearly etpial. b. * E. BELL AND EVERETT IN MONROE In respon-e to previous notice, the citizens of District No. 8, at HilLsdale, Monroe county, oa Saturday, the lllth of Sept- mber, held a meeting for the purpose of organi zing a Bell aud Everett Club. On motion, Dr. Jas Y. Waite was called to the Chur, and exp'ained the object of the meeting, when, on mo tion, John G. Robinson was appointed Seen tary. On motion, a committee was appointed to prepare bu siness for the meeting. The following resolurioi.8 were reported and unanimously adopted : 1. Resolved, That we most cordially endorse the nomi nation of John Bell and Edward Everett fur the offices of President and Vice-President of the United State-, and that we will use all honorable means to promote their election. * 2. That in the Union, the Constitution, and the En forcement of the Laws, wj> recognize the best platform for the preservation of the country, and the restoration of peace and harmony. ..... . ,, . 8. That this glorious Union, established by the blood of our tore fathers, we cherish now, aud forever will cherish an immovable attachment, and we indignantly frowu upon aud oppose every effort made by the Black R publicans at the Norih, and the Breeders at the Sou'b, to destroy it, and that “Sink or swim, live or die, sur vive Or perish, we are for tho Uuion now and forever. Ou motbn, the following permanent officers were elected; Dr. A. M. Waite, Pmident; Joseph Parker ami J. V. Perry, Vice-Presidents; John fl. Robinson and Newton Dickson, tecre'aries; L. B. Hill, Tcensurer. Executive Committee.—Doct. J Y. Waite, Poet. J. W. Gregory, Andrew Leach, Jos Dickson and B. F. Beamer. Dr. A. M. Waite was then loudlv called for, and re sponded in an able and interesting speech. On motion. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Richmond Whig. Ou motion, the Club adjourned. A. M. WAITE, President. John G. Robinson, Scc’y. | Wary Pan.ATz.—An English newspaper letter writer says “the Cardinal Antouelli never ventures upon cares sing any ol his many mistresses till lie has made sure | *he hai no knife concealed about her person The Cardi , nal’s gallantries are the common goisip of Rome.” • FACTS FOR TDK PEOPLE!!! Ir il a Fact—That the entire Demrcnitic party we e for non-intervention, when we bad a Congress favorable to the institution of slavery ; but now when we have a Black Republican Congrc-s, the Disunion wing of the Democratic party is lar intervention. It is a Fact—That all the Abolition piper* in the North prefer ;he election of John C. Breckinridge to that of Judge Douglas. It Is a Fact—That Cassius M City *aid, in a public speech, that if he had the power he would rather a thou sand time* place John C. Breckinridge in the Presiden tial ( hair than Douglas. It is a Fact—That most of the supporters of Breck inridge, north of Mason and Dixon’s line, are office hold ers under the present corrupt administration. It is a Fact—That John 0. Breckinridge accepted the nomination of the Richmond Disunion Convention, and hoped to “merit its confidence." Ir^s a Fact—That, in that same Convention, a Mr. B ildwin, from New York, was called fo order because he spoke in favor of the Union. It is a Fact—That Mr. Breckinridge, in his Lexing ton speech, HID nor answer the questions which a Break inridge Elector put to Mr. Dougins at Norfolk, and which question- raid Elector Said thould be answered by Mr. Breckinridge. It is a Fact—That Mr. Breckinridge dare not answer said questions, because, if he answers as Douglas did, ho will lose the Disunion vote in the South ; and if be an awe s them to please Yancey, be will lose all the anti Yancey votes. It is a Fact—That all these facts arc fact*, and can not be truthfully denied. Mr Fi-Oi rnot’s Smccn is Dasvill*—Tho litginttr says: “The address delivered!at Ma-onic Hall on Tues day evening, by Hon. Thos. K. Flournoy, was an effort of great briliianoy, power and eloquence It was a strong, comprehensive, impartial, and unprejudiced review of the vast issues involved in the preseut canvass, and at the same time a noble and iimi-uble argument lor the Con stitution, the Union and (he Enforcement of the Laws. “Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the spacious Hall was densely crowd, d long before the speak ing commenced, and for some two and a-half hours the large audience were held in rapture and eager attention, by the eloquence, the logic and the thrilliug appeals of the distinguished orator. Thu attitudes of the various political parties of the country were portrayed as with a pencil of light; the responsibility for the present agita tion and alarm in the public mind was fixed upon its ap propriate authors wiib unerring accuracy, and especially did the shameful and reckless selfishness of James Bnc lunun, in (idding the lash over bis office-holders in the Nortbtrn States to prevent their abandoning Breckin ridge and going to Douglas, receive a merited and most severe censure. Mr. Flournoy exposed this conduct of the imbecile and treacherous and false President, until we really began to feel pity for h: old man, contempti ble as we know bis adiiiiuistratlv.' act* aud bis present behavior to be. “Tni* was one of (As speeches of the canvass, and we could but wish that every voter in the Commonwealth were present to hear il." Thu Last or ms Hack.—Francis II., Ring of Naples, ha« fied from his capital. It needs no gr at foresight to predict, that if he one: leaves his throne, he will never return to it. His reign has been brief and stormy. He came to the crown only sixteen mouths ago, and is but tweu’y-’hrec years old. He his lived in a turmoil frr which hD cm hardly bn held responsible. The sins of his fatbere are visited upon him. He has done nothing very bad himself, Ins had time to do but little of any -urt, but he is part of a system under which the Two Si cilies have groaned for a quarter of a century. Ho is a Kourhon, aud the people have delcrmiucd that the Bour bon* must go down. His tir.-t refuge, of course, is fiaeta. (Iveta is the strongest fortified city iu his kingdom. It is a town on the Mediterranean coast, with few people, but many sol diers, ramparts and cannon. There is a royal palace which is a favorite summer residence, and in which r^verctgn. mire o kti ukcu riTtige irotii tncir revol t u subjects. 1’iu« IX (led there, nt the time of the Roman Revolution, in 1849, and the Neapolitan kirga g.» there ri g 'larly whenever Naples becomes too hot to l.o'dthcm. Hut now revolution r.ig > even at the gates of tlaeta — it is in the province ol Tierra di Lavoro, ot which the people have risen in at ms This has been a destructive season for Italian royalty. Exited Italian Sovereigns are beconiii g numerous. The Duchess of I’arnia i« nae^eriratc citizen of Venice,— The rich Duke of Modena has retired in di/gust to n Qcrtnui country seat. The poor Duke of Tu-cany lia breame a Coloi.d of Austtim dragoons. M here ami what will the King of the Two Sicilies be two mouths hence ? K.::. GEOIiGE STAIMETT 5 ? 5 AB In store bla Kail stock. comp* I ingk*»4 varieties and II *11 of iTOl iC^, RAN -M an I FC&NaCKH, many of t rniQ.f u I air» I* aril* it, of Hi own make He la aD> prepared yupply Northern «tov* ■ at «hol< »*!« or r» t nil, having contra* t. tl .ally In the a a a n Dr taro entire cary.cv t.fih-vcn hr»t made In this country, at liver p lc*a than the Mme |on I. ran no* he oldan*-d. \l*o, Dumps ;.nd Pipe of all klnda I'lunHoir, «»«* filling Mini Tin w ,,ik *1 ne la the beat man ner and rut-ap. K«lra • vlrg* al»*\« cn han<\ UKOiUK fcTARhKIT, llvUln'a Row, m*i» Vrrror afreet Richmond Va. iiici i mon iV runEiti Ks, gy FcOT GF MAIN STREET, ROCKETTS, AND CORNER OF CARY AND 12TH STREETS, RICH1KOHD. V I. KEESEE Sc 3PARR, PROPRIEtORR. TttK it' * rlber, r ipm u jr, far.a me merchants of Vi-ytrls. N.rrtb Oaiolbia anti Teaueasfa, that they arc minuU.Uilng the bat quality cf STONE-WARE, Which tV y will tell at the very lowest prices, tcitk a liberal dU count for auh. if/” Ad n*rctoldbj ua alii be ddlrered In any part of (he City free of charge. THOg. W. KKFgi:t, au2s DAVID I’ARK. WKII Fi: GOOD**—We htverow in store, of oar own let portal•i'ri1 a complete a*»o tment of— White C**ib ici and Jaconrtts R.»f k au1 Mu 1 Muni na P alo and Check d Xa'nsoiks bNhop’rt and Victoria Lawna FI in an<l Dotted ewUa Mu I na Checked and alriped Cainbilca Bonnet cords Corded Dimities India Twil'a Kunltu e l>lm! lea Ir ah Ltnena, of we’l known makes Linen T«hie Damaska Damaak Table Cloths and Napkins, part of eitra quality Towe’a Doyllea, Ac., Ar , Ac All of which we « lT.-r to the trade at rcry *•>tr price*. lel.V_ KKNT. Prilfk A CO_ WHAT THE tKESh HAS SAID III HKLATIuN TO THE DRAGON: mHAT OI.P SERPENT, the PEVI!.,nml SATAN, ami Mr. ST A l CVS tlT Tt to Identify him, and thebralrln* of his head, In the immediate future. From the Richmond W’ble. Aug 10,1SOO. “UiKToar nr tiik l)ka«.*'N *—Mr. W’ Hargrave White, of this city, haa .ui* published a small rolame, entltltd “The Dragon, that Old Serpent, the D-.vH, an! Bat an, «h a; head moat he bruised In Hie coiu ng Ci<nteat among the Nat'ona.” The author U Mr. G. B. Btacy, of HL-hmoud, an intelligent gentleman who haa devoted ranch lln.r to me liuoy oi it e prupneitta re tojni HI me puo llealitn la to”arou.e 111: attention of the believer* In God to ihr fact that the Apoealvpee la the lll»t**ry of the Church, written by God l.lraaeK,” and ‘'thereby to awaktn an Internt In t! e luhject which may lead t * a preparation for the events that are rapidly apprt aching.” From the Relieioua Herald, Ane. 16th, ISCfl. Modern inmaenlaHei on the (roj-hrclea of the Apocaljper, eona'ltute ave y * xleo.lve de, artment of religion* literature; hot our reading lu that <! partmert ‘aao limited, that we arc unable to decide how ftr Mr Fucy I* emitted to therredli of originality, for cert tin vlewa whlct itrlke ne aa both Ingen'ou. and novel — Tl.n.e « ho feel an inurevt In the att rapt to find llie rerent potiti e*J revolutloos of Ktt'op* on the pro) little page, and from that ■ page to forces*! revolution* yet In the »h b of time, the aid not overlook the preront work, aa he ping to c millet* th* survey of a mtnjwldrd ant Joe t, even though it may not char up the perplcxl. lUa which emharrua enquiry and provoke dlucnt. From the Central Presbyterian. Aug. loth. The apoealyp'le v*tlcn of John ha> many more counnentarfei than any oih-r po-ilon of ahe Bible. Hot only clergymen, but lay men in large number*, and in eucc*i*lve ago*, have eaiayed to lift the T-ll which lung. over ihc pi»'.-the pradng - and th- fu tore TL. work of which a pari cf the GHc |a glvm above, la the !a-t o'th.ao .*•*»* ah.eh -e haveeeen, and the author •! wh ch, la a layman of thla city. Mr. b h te not undertaken to give a full evpo'ltlorr tf the ‘Apoealypte,*’ bot alroply ahutory of the Da goo " and has fortified Hi pos lioniby tefereneetocontemporane on> history, for which he haa drawn largely upon th* London Chronicle, at <! other ' ngllik p* I . llcala It ie te.ueh rl. her In this reaoe t than t-rat work* of the kind; and the general reader, wt ct er he adopt* the autlrr i theory or not, will be Instructed and Imprcaied hr he rccxpHu alion of event*, end by the notice! of some of the main act ra lu the paaelrg drama The work la neatly gotten up. and will moat pioltably be In demand, ax many mlnda xre engaged In looking xt paailng event* at foreshadowing three which aie to come. From the Phlltde'ph'a Prmbyterlan. Th'i Httle work l« designed t* llluatrate the Imp'lcahle war of Faun egalnat the Church, and doc* not pr-t.-nd to any new then, ry of interpretation t lx InteUgent an t In ae.me rwpeet may ke mla ak-n In lu vlewv, and yet we may aafely alt down with the bio* la ou* hand, aa f to Hat*- to the con vert atlocal view* of n reasonable and well In'ormed friend. For aa e by all Daokretler*. Pile* file.__aefi—Im (1 17A NO, liftANO— jr 1(10 t..na Peruvian Guano, find •• Reese's Manipulated d*. ]M “ Hide la'and, bn " Fombre*o, Jut “ Carter P.enmace, lit) “ Oounl Ftaater. For sale at Irwext prices, by *eH—lm STOR Ft A R1VKS, GAS FIX rrilKv.-We have on hand th* largest and beat teleeted ilo.k of Ohand. Iter*, Pendant*, BrarkeU. Ac , ever oIT-red In thtv dly. We Invite all who are In wmut of Gaa Fix tor. a of any kind to call and examine our assortment. ' CUIRI.SB D. VAI.K A Oft., ,py_1,3 Iron Block, Governor ft'. COHWAV ROBINSON and JTAHIES ALFRED JONrt have united In the practice of the law at Richmond, Is the Federal Court* and Court of Appeals. Ms Jonw will aleu practice In the Circuit Courts of Richmond 01-t tDi! Henrico. HIj office la »t the corner of Frinks end 18th streets tp18—•cM&U ^EAKSVILLE COTTON iu15—8m___ 4 HFIV II l/tltlt. a supply of Hdffor’* Army Raanra A ju«t t* hand Tho*e per*oo« who hay* hern wal’log for them cvn naw obtain then. They ate pronounced by eomoetent lodge* tha but and cheapest Rax r* they have ever used For *»J*hy 0. J. piston. Importer of U rdw.ee, ,,4 T1 Main it. NEW AMI Hit H JEIVELRY, WATCHES, DIAMONDS. SILVER AND PLATED WARE. S. J±, METERS. OW» f r MAIM BMP MAaLMTaxcrj, fcJCHMoMU, ViaOIMU. f T A8 jait received, In addition to h!s already large and II wxteuflve •*» rtments, a «cauliful collection of all VyV I lhi latent and most eluant styles of Watches. Jewelry, A.A Silver and PlaUd Ware. — Watches manufactured by the follnairg celebrated makers Julra Jurgrnaoo, P H Adaict A Fnns, barl 1 Taylor. Henry Key moods L-mon, Alfred l.araUU, aod other ce'ebrate J m>ktra. DIAMONDS.—Ar*rylarge sod rich assorlmcrt of Diamond! and other prceb o« stores. Diamonds, P> aria, Opal, Carbuncle, Garnet, Coral, Cameo, Onyx, In rru. axd n*tr putts. AI>o—8p»*rtacl«*s—U.axllllan Periacoplc Pebbles, set In gold, silver and steal Jrames. Clocks, Cutlery ann Jewelry of erery da* sertpiion. The public are reapectfolly Invited to examine the above before purchasing. 8. A MYKR8, tua!**_ Cor. Main and Pear! Bis. (^ * 80UTHIRI LOCK MiSUFATOBT. A DWELLING Lock* of every description ; Sliding Door trim ming* of the bert quality. Abo, Prbon and Bank Locks ; lllngea and Bolts ol any bright, Bella hung, with or wlltout Tubra. ALL KINDS Of RKPAIRING DONS. Aa I aril no work but my owo manufacture, I am prepared IB Warrant It to g'.r* cstlrr aatlafactlon to thoaa who may favor n a with a calL WILLIAM READY, *20 Main Street, b-twen cr b and 9th, felO—ly_ Ricmoao, Ya. PLOWS I'OU FALl.OHlMCi. P. If. STARKE, No. 52, HIbIu Mrort, 'I fine Doors Mbovrlhe € Iim r!r« If obi. WOULD CALL TilK ATlfc.itlO.N f)9 PARMKI8 TO Hid stock of PLOW* HARR- '\I8, Ct’LTI^A- -* TOKt. BRED 0OWKR0, I»RlLI/>, Ac, Ar., tnanuf ctu-ed by hku expressly for Punuier VN^ and Pall overall, ns. rf. _^ ESPSCI»L ATTFNTTON la called to the fact - that he will ae 1 the beet threv-hne *Mow now In use In Virginia for • TIM DOLL ARB; And If. after trla', It doe. not prort Uie be-t, he will lake It back fr.e of chatge. Tc thoie who uae the CL'FF BKA’R FLOWS, No. . Id and No 9, he wcull aay that that e.o be -uppllrd al the 'ow price of kiuiir dollars for ho. i«, and five Dollars for No. Caatioga Mr erery ptow In cae on hand. • Garden ond Seld lee.'a of erery rarltty, warranted aa nure aa can he had. t*r~ * liberal dlaconnl made ta the trade. * *°1—*f_P. H. BTARNF. SHARIS’ I’ATEXT COLTER HARROW. .yEln^fh. Action.,*. Farming CoinhuinUf NEW HARROW which haa hern fried hy man. practical Fanners, and pronounced by Ihe n lo be the very beat lm;.l tn- yet made, for nr.-Da.lo. the land f r eecdir.g email gr In, and . If. ctoady covering thframi afur reeulug with two h. na doin* th- wo. k of rlz rirgl. pie.,* IVc hare purchased Ine right for the out* of Viri.lcle.aod are new manufacturing I cm for the ensuing ttJ.on.md rrr pitifully Ictlu an examination of them, 4 ‘y'1 _ GEORGE WATT k CO. G£0. ti. LOWfikB. V|U R pnn» I.OWKEi Ac COOK-Jk 8 C00,t Foundry and Manufactory, mm rTezzT. iui iui*, ai^unup, Ttaouru. n A TING Dade large addition to our shop, to toll the Souther* ' aMSSt ttshavw design* of Plain and Un.unentai JfatlIDKa t rnndua, Killcoill a, I'ore'i Pis «•< a, Ulndoav <• 111*rd», Ac , Ac., Wnll inti Cellar Doors, Iron ruh, HttUn. and general Blaektnd thing and finishing done vtth cratnrai and despatch. |3t~Crraete-y Reding for the caunt.-y, made to as to be pat no he an ordinary mechanic, laid tr I V! I, THAI);:. IMJO. STUKKs A- HIVES RICHMOND VA. ’ OFFKR for •»!<» . W bsj;i Wo *r«| I,*, r, 7%()oMoea»u J*t* do TMihd*. IIu«, 2* ° p*M Kcliafd Pupart 1‘X'OioinA i.r <1 r. LuJ.illet ’HI .1 • itr'M do. 1000 k<fr» Vnll* fiOO k* kT< Wh ir Fi«»td f o hhlf. Cid' r Ylheftr S*m bbl*. M^Iaaip*. cf grades JfU) *id<-« Pole Leather i at« Phot 9 k) ktff* I* order 8«n tnn* Cur no ♦V ton* Peruvian Guaa# 900 do*. Huckt 1*m ft* Cigar*, *.| grades ^lih a great variety of i».: g t.,. .. Sn9ff- 1« GROCERIES LIQUORS, TEAS, Sif. FALL 18G0. WISSTOI A I'OWI RS, UAVP no* In .tore, and receiving cm stantly, which they offer to the trade JTJ thds n own Sugars, Porto R'ro snd Mutrorado some cho'oy. • IK) bills Refined do , of nil grades. 7»o bsg. Rio, L.guarra snd Java Coffees ' B p*s, H pipes, *a, 1-Htand hbl* of Mo jors of all gradra. limn sides of sssorted fo*. Leather. «<s l.h. e and bids Mnlrs.es end Syrnp rf all grad.y With a heavy s ock of cverytUrgei.e usually kept In a wholes alw Groce y, «■ Ic I toy offer on favorable terms to the trad*. 9*l»t 9— 12m Mil 11* KKOliCRAili:. TTIE und»ratgaed hare lhl« day f.rmeda co i.arlner.tiln under the style of i ILIPPAOGH k ARAD, forth* purpose of e. l. luctlngthe SHIP BRuKKRAGKbusiness, and respcct'ully solicit die patronage of their friends and Hit public. A. MH.LSPArOH JAMES G. READ Cary and 18tk itreeta, near the Dock. Wrhmrnd J*ro4rr 1ft. 1**0 ),^ PHE.M I’M PLANTATION * GRIST MILL. rilHTS la a almpie, durable and efficient Plantation GRIST MILL 1 It ha< been awarded first premiums at all Pairs where It has been exhibited. It N adapted for Horae, Gin, Steam or Wafer Power, an J will grind from six to twelva bushels per honr, accord* log to degree o' fin-mts required. Price |50, and $251xtra for Bo't fo making ilour. Bend foi de.cni-the C rculara containing tetllmoLy from farmers aod others, and address HM. L. BOY#R k RHOTHIR, Implement M^no'seton nt fIS—dim_Philadelphia. LUMP SPED. TURNIP BRED, TURNIP PEED. Early White flat, White fiat, red top. Large Globe. I arge hot folk. Rula Bagy, purple top. Ac. JXO. W. GARJ.ICK, Apothecary. Ac., nng>_ Market Plant, Franklin at, WILCOX & GIBBS’ SEWING MACHINES. IXT1XTIP 3T J. F. 4; I It BN, Hill Point, POCAHONTAS COUNTY, VA.t AND!* manufactur'd under patents grant r I to Mm and James Wtltcox. dated fate 2.1ST7 rt Innas*«I Ju!y 13. IB**. Pai» nvd 'uniat 1rt, 1AIW, Fr‘ m*rv 21. 1CW A*so Hr-eenstd under six other Patent's covering ♦»* ec?lr- e«nvtn»c*lon of the Mac’Ine ; rcoae* <iu*ntlv. there ran be no 1 ligation 13 tegard to the i stent r'gti . It b leas rrm Heated and the moat perfect working (owing Ma < hi .e now in use. It forma a flat. ev*n ard elastic Pin, which is warrant not to rip in wra% and is re table n"on *11 k'nda of fabrics. Priceto $75. Every Machine warrant'd JOHN A. RETTPf, Balvii *atl>ck. _ _ 12th and Governor streets. ^il.4»A RN ! MhGAKM ! I—We h've cn hand a anperlor as* ^ ronm-nt of Segart, r*,mprl#'-g boo* forty*r AT* dH?ee«n| brands which we offer to the trade, at low f.gtres to close con lien merit Ou' fhends are rcwi^etfully requested to call and examine our * »-BRHB1F >BD A CO. 'hAL tlhRM IIAtitlM. TO SMOKERS we hav* now In store a lot of beautiful *fecse(at»m Plr ea ard Void ra, every one of which wtw.rrutil to /.e peswffta, and •hicr* w* will sell it reduced price* Abo, the finest llavar a Cl ears, Stroking and Chewing T..bacon. VfcADE A RARER.Dmarbls. •-10 Vain at . cornea above Prat-1 Rict. | jki t HHL1 No. 3 VWALL N1ACKEVF.L; 50 LI 9\ f half do do Urge do F^r sin on consignment to arrive, by BU IDOFORD A CO. ~ IVLES BOVVIf * CO. coon U . THK mfri'anl » avlrg hern appo’nted wh.r srer.te in thb city f. r the sal- oft: e a'.ove < Id nnd well known braed of Cog >o Brandy, to cal! the at’er.tb n cf the trad# to the very auperlnv qw*tttf of this article, which they effer t>r aale front IlnxpRD wiMSOinm\ and toarrire direct. They soar r.gg for sab* a shipment, apart of whVh b of thn vintage rf IMA. ael7—tw I t R II4 TEN PORT SUO ■ H.-V hbU Fx ra 0 Coffee Sugar 20 do Cut Loaf do. Jea* revived peeachr. LyneMu/g, and for aale by W. W. WOOLDR’T'GI. a*1R lfWh Itreet TO THOMS IN OFLICATE HEALTH, wr wtosw rvatem ft 'n a deMlItstet ern ltl>n, we i ame*«l* rer-amend ELIXIR OF C1LA8AYA BARK, for sale hy DOME A ©ft., aeptd tf hoi—ale DrwggUta, | H LLED O|OT0,-^lf1 A-* Fill'd Cloths of Virgin'* I1 marufactu-e A Urge and complete s*o(h 1n at're and ftp tale at low triers, by sell RENT, PAINE A Co,