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""VOLUME 64. RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1860._'■ _NUMBER 241.
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RICHMOND DAILY WHIG,
TUMP
Daily Paper, *8 per annum; Sami-Weakly, ih; Weakly, M; al
ways la advance- Rerdtunoea may be made at tha risk of tha
Publishers la all oaaaa whore evidence la takes oa tha deposit of •
. latter !a tha Foal O«oe containing money.
iwnna
Oaakqaara, (to Baas) or learn onalnaertioa. ..— ft
* Baer, addttlouil Insertion. TB
One south without alteralioa.M *B
Three do do .BN
Ka da do .»00
Twelve do da .IB *>
two By torsi, Three months..IB «*
8U moothe. .IB M
_ Twelva months..DC 00
fW~ No advertisement to bo coeaMeted by the month or year
unices toeciBed on tha Manuscript, or previously agreed epos bee
tween the parties.
ha advertisement not marked oa the oopy for a spectSed a um
ber at Insertion* will be con tinned until ordered eat. sal payment
enacted aaoordtaglj.
i r .taunii AoraxrauuMva.—To avoid say misunderstanding
on '.he part ol the Annual Advertisers, It Is proper to stale JuttmcUf .
tfcsi their privileges only rstends to thehr Imme-Hata hualnesa Rest
* Dttaie. 1-egal and all other Advertisement* sent by them to be an
Od ft! uni charge, and no variation.
iff" Heal ■stal- and Uenerul Agents’ Aden Usemenls not to be
Insert-d by the year, but to be charred at Ihv usual rates, tubjec;
to such disc caul* a* shall he agreed upon.
* i.W“ Booksellers and yearly advertisers, generally, engaging one
or more spaarea. with thj privilege of change, shall not, on their
year>y\ye-uge. In any one week. Invert more than the amount
If *i upon as the Banding rule uudi-rtbe c* otract, and all sxcee
flng such auaourt to be charged at the usual rates.
Almnlsem.ote insert. I In the Reml-Weekly Whig at IS cents
¥VrK efo*r for sale the above standard brand of Bna-Oosper
Tv lunUe bMaited M-e-Whiaky. In barrels and half barrels.—
As • .v cf our swn dlatlllt'alk.n, and highly improved by age, we
eoobtleaily reec.n *.eod It as the reams and brut Whisky that cun
poe> t.'y b- 'Ua«l"ed. W- alsoodbr our
Old Family Kye Whisky.
an I other brands, from the largest stock of Pine Whiskies !n tha
U&it?x2 Sl«. &
f A PWolx Dhtlllrry.
1*h th+ SchuyltiJ /»•>*/•, f'hiUufrtjAta.
Orwt' te H Wall N«w . *n J
<J1 y If Attii rw< 'WT . I’M IL % DBCLPM l A
WM. B. waum SAJtURL V. ARID
HII.I.I tK * REID,
PRODUCE
* Commission Merchants,
f £ COXMK WAUrUT ASH StCVSD STKKJrr,
Ctui lun iO, Ohio.
gnBcIt orl-r« for ail kali fH-sIcru Produce, and rank
Caak varan. eu on Couuinnimoata for sale, o
H r- >iauil «' bough* end Mored oa aueuant of purchasers.
•e.R-ethf_
. HOOFING!!
GRAVEL KOOrilG !!!
B10TE.V4(OR FELT) 1K0FIR6UM
TIN HOOKING.
W- are now prepare*! to pot oa the BRAPaL ROOFING, of a
tire aupertcr *,nadir, ellhe la town or country,
to, all Rloda ofGLTTtRS.
CONDUCTOR*. _
ardUBHWNG ROM.
CUARLRS, D. TAW k CO.,
ipS9—1( lr.*o Rock Go eernur Runet
1)L * NT1 It V.RHO.—Haelne 1-aaeJ ihe lot nex'lo ray
A areliouse on the Dock, I shall keep constantly ca hand a
aop|.:» of the beat LUMP PLA-TkH which l will Sell ihe lowest
market rater All PI ester told by me wl I be WMOHXD ol'T A*
DKltVkkbD. so there will ba no iota la we'ght to the consumer,—
Orde ■ fro* the Dale BUed oa accommodating terms
‘ . JcUjeUS*__A. * !■—
LIVKHPOVL AND LONDON
FIRE I1MRA.1CE CORPART.
Capital, $10,000.000!
ARRIVAL 1 R ( 0 M K , $ i,250,000 I
Daily K venue *7,iOO.OO.
IUVRSHTD IN idK CNITKD it A f S3, OYSK |'h0,0d0t
All Dir*tee /’areeurU/ Rttrv*mAU ybe (As *iguysmewU of
iXs ( •nptttbff.
Wl respectfully isk sttsatlon to the security of the Uecrpcol
sa l loti ! m Insurance Company, <» lta policy holdera la Ua
large rash capital and Ineestments. assisted aboea.
the Urge capital and income of the Company enable It to tabs
Bars mveoient to part es requiring large amounts of insurance.
la a id " n to the r llnare mode of insurance, this Company up
au*i v.l VKXTFOUl YZS, oaths payment of TK.\ AA.Vtj
At. PRKVrrX' property!*, thenceforth. PSRMASKSTLf
ISSl'MC:-. Pie Policy can be cancelled at any urns, and the pro
minor vtU be retarnsd lesa S per cent
This Company will make i :*urancs by tuna of Renta by fire, oa a
new and most libera) principle.
Cn ler the Policies of this Company all clalma are paid aponorv
•aatatloo of satisfactory proof of loss without :.’>■!tmumtor ltduo
Urn <«* inSscssB. and not, \s It usual, sixer nsr» after prssonla
Mon of proof, WORTHAM k WYATT. Agents,
makl 11 Bala street under < Cbarlsa Mstri,
GREAT ATTRACTION.
Excellent Bargains in
D K V G (Ml D A
pna C«BH ONLY
TH«». D. Ql dKLRk * BOH ill otn Ukaorb*
la*—
Beautiful Lavas sad Jaonaets, Hide
Vary 8ns Organ 11m and Jaconets. 18a
Preach Chialu BstIRanm. IB sad Bda
Poulard Bt ka at Wka, were cheap
(Swiss Rands a UR, ** aad STe, eery cheap
**---at IdRe
, Lacs do at Si's
Cambric aad Muslin Setts at SOo.
The abase Geode are offered at a (real saerlflet la order Is (last
* ****■ MB BROAD ST*nrf _
1 »A WALK 8HI.R. or MdHID’l NO. I KARI
±0\J ILT KOI KRR1.N6*.
1 . J bSla ef Wood's No t Pamlly Cut Bcrrlngi
.V) do. of Wood's No. 1 Pam ly Br as Herrings
Id d-> of Union's puree Cider Vinegtr
lBKiGuce* City PatHy lltiee
W> Bade of BeorvU sad Ptrxn Pam It lard
IV chmtn or ttw wr»ta uj mvmwaws *•*»
a Sim* 1b<I«H
90 fcfetfc of •a.-*ri*'*r N>w ?%«ily aa<i Kitrallour, warrga**
• k1 lo give MiisfacUoo.
for «%Je bJ EOBKVT A. * PA**tY.
^ 7 finer Wt+Um* *n» IlHa'U
lg^g r»pA#r <*f Hrntd P* r
5 I c. (iCIYBT,
turtle* IX
WITCHES. JEWELRY AYD SILVER W ARE,
baulk mjCt t, maim btiuibt,
i Hi. hnux.1, Va,
, KvrRT dkbcribtion os
WATCflBS IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY
CANE**i ' VKIL, L IV.i AM> BKIHL MET*,
> fHLYKA TEA BATS,
nurruim
SILVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS,
* pool,a, Works, Ladin, *c., Ac,,
H-tf _
Wt. HAVE it *TOHK AMU »f«r for »m»*
on aa faeorabla t-rm. a. th* article rv ha taflMlhr.
ty ps «»g»e l 4, \ and S pipes) of pure aad boat duality BRANCH
ioioY. ».r — imt-.rm.ka ^^ a nmcuu.
ClUCKKUINli PIANOS.
Axgw and mu (apply of these tplmidld InMm
menu hate tru rrc-ite.L
la AlAdun to th® bcauillul Bolx dc *olx, 'he Or- PyT
nalnr Action, anJ tho Grand, we haro n«» the Boa-11 Til*
Adr. a beautiful Inatmmcut of an upright form.
TV Ch cherlnge h»*» recoleed SB 8r»l prise nalab, all mr m
0o«n- I compotHcre and front Brat rank Inat tut!..na and falre of
America i d of Kurupe. They haw manufactored and aold aaoro
flanoa than any factory In th* world.
Beo.1. tho Chlehcrlngo ha** eamnated th* heat aad moat poma
aoat haproeemenu that har* brought the Flaao lo ita present per
fbcu o. and hy the great capital they ba»» IntmU-J In atvafae
tartag eon realcncea, they tu sell fully Bf«y pvcaaL choapvthnn
any other factory. Mono of thalr InstrumenM leaea the wareroom
Without taring been fully 'impacted by the beet artists.
— 41 tall tact rj haa neetr mom than one agency In a c«y, in
” Hehmood ibaae iMtrameula can only bo aold be the uttbaerlbcr.
The factory warrant, all Blaooa we ,elL Order, promptly at
'* w»rerooma, north Mde of Broad itrewt, near tth, and at HabHa
toa A Brother h. Ho. 1« Main atreol
,.i« MATTTT. CABCBI. Bole AgewA
» • oardiIt seed*.
r»*tn and ORJtlflNR OAtORx B M>< g am Wth ’ho «t
aret'-et ewe,aad a pp'ead a WholeMkorWetVI T .a ~i_~
„WbT l.hed e ihar I*, pa-xt, fur re*a' re,. r n b-th rib,
* Lu». Cl.vr.Tmrti .Orchard, Herd Urea,. Rec.iucky Hue Gram.
I gut mlecI L ,wn G-aa*. Be »«a. Biuit and Ornamental Tree,
.ad Shrubbery a tr«ry rarlety.
*" ’ Pt I'll ALL MORRIS,
• • Beal and Arricxl u-il Wa'eh ua»,
,rtt-dlH Ilh aad Market, P1kUad-!,hla»
I AGR'CULTL'IXL ASH HOKTill LTI UAL IMFLCMEMT8.
a GJUI'l'i.TCRtL AND HORTI ILTCBAL IMI>LI»H.>IT* jflM
A la afery rartely. tooliihi af P o»a. Hwmn Cu Ilea
fTT Herat Haer, Horae Bow. r. aad Thr.a'iera, Cora SeUerx.
• PortaMoOram %1da.Gr.ln B.n, Hay and Co-um Pr-rnea, Vr*
hum Beapre.tere, lireer', Bol a a, Bartabl, Cider M.P, Wood •
Mower, aad Manay'a Combine I Rev r a .4 Mower, Hay, * mw
and Bo hi rCitte-^wiO, rre-y thlo* fir tha Barm and Sard n,
at WhwUaal* ui Retail. Imp tweed breed, af Stock carefully ae
, . meted aad stepped to «*,. pMCaAU>
AgrlcoRxral and Bred Warebiua*.
| mTth aad market. Bhlladelphla
rtflUmiralad ImpeeaeoM. Seed aad Nareery Cato!'goes, lor
I a shed B rcodmloa of >i tmim. _ __
.< iTHBWiTIlML |t»THi SI **T* of direct lei
I M ptftaii. a lUV'tlia' (tritil ft» rtanul wr o#*r«d Ifl
A* ,-i,y at prteea at t«* to » per set. Bor .ale by
tom cuy a. w*. SABTLBB A 00.
M ItS mala (treat.
etlCRLITIi VIMKteAK AMO BPICI * — Reo, leed
P .V” bmV-oadt. ISbbtaWWjClDBR Tl*«
skl Wa aka haea aloe amorlmoatof Btlcaa. rot to hetarpam
*L ,.uu wtw II 1**18 • 00.
*" u 1 comer id sad Mala Ms.
V
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE.
WK tnvke the att ntion of Merchant now visiting oor market
to the uimmulij large end attractive stock of
FALL CLOTHING,
now In tlorv, an I r»J< (or thoir 'n.pcctlon. Wr ha„ taken great
oalae, and a*e>l oar Important advantage*, and long experience In
Ike
MANUFACTURE OF TUI3 STOCK,
and A itter oanelrea that we offer a* great InduceinenU In
STOCK,
STYLIS
AND PRICKS,
ae thoae of an, home. In na, dt, la the Union.
KKKN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS,
eeph 102 Main elreet.
HEW C L O Til I H iii i
Fall of 1800.
DARRACOTT, HARRIS 4 CO.,
UAVK Received a l*rge s'oek of Clothing, embracing all the la
test styles nd qu uiii-s
Black Dree* hu’t*
Fancy Casilwere Fuits
B ack an a Fancy Tricot Salta
Yeiuelom Hun leg Salta
Sl.s a* d Velvet Vests
Black and Fancy Pants
L’odrrwh rts and • ravers
M»‘rt« and Col'ara
Neckties, Gloves and Bock*
Which ve are offering at very low price*. Ca l and examine
th»m at DARRACOrr. HARR18 A 00*8 ,
o«S 112 Main St ee\
1 woo. AVI* 1*«0.
PALL AND WINTER STOCK
OF CLOTHING,
AT
Simpson «te hlillor’s,
YlHUiil.X'tur. raiiu.l Dealer* lu
SUPERIOR CLOTHING.
Y\rF have now open at 119 Msin st, a Urge s*eck of Clothing of
11 every variety. »*.yle and «4uality, at very low prices.
0% KR 1’JA 18. CO A 13,
BU8INC88 AND DRIBS COATS.
French. Ihigttvh and Amcri *sn Cue. Pant*
Famisheg (foods, of rvery 4«scr'pt on
R/ery at licit i f il AMog at the lowest price* at 119 Main st., op
», J . IMPUGN a MILLKK
l' ILL t M> WMVBB
C L O T II I N G!!
nARKtColT, HARRIS A fO , have received and are tiUI re
cclw.ng nee of the Urrnt and most desirable stork* cf RKADk
MaDF CL -T »IM», t>ev have ever befrre ha«l, consisting of eve
ry Uutig uwual'y found In Clothing Ritas.Istsmrnt*. AJieir Cl thing
la msnuU lured by them, • f the very beat matcri.es, and In the
mc«t fashionable and subitintiil trainer. Th»y have ad van
U(rs equal to any C*-*h'ng Horse. and will sell a* low a* the low
e*». and wl.l warrant ever* garni nt they sell. They have, also. a
line aasurlru ?nt of CHlL»RRV8 *od BOY’S CLOTHING, Which
they are sehlng mutually ’ot. If you with any thing In the
Clothing war OaiOO and uuaar, call at No. 112 M* n Straei, and
DARRACOTT, H tRRIS a CO ,
to the place.__
NOTICE.
THK subscriber having wade a change In Mi business on the 1st
of July last, makes It neo-scary that alt account* due hltu pre
viowa to that »tm« sh ull be dated. He would, three fore, ask of
h'a old friends and eu«to*rers to <*u«ne forward and discharge the r
Indebtedness. Thankful fc- oast favors, h« would a*k a continu
ance of their patronage to the new concern of 8PFNTK A «»ARY.
K B 8PFNCI,
No. 110, cor. Main and 13th !*ta.
Richmond, Aug. Hr30._ ai8&
t OPABTBI MHPb
1 HAY* this day associated with me, in th^ Merchant Tailoring
1 and it %dy ifadr Ofetfel*>g l’u«ine e, WIL G GAKkY, of
Hoydton, Mecklenburg. Co., Va , said C< par.ncrshp to date froai
July 1st, 1 woi*. Thebw»(ne*t wiii hereafter be conducted under the
name and stvle of A Garry
Grateful for the very liberal patronage 1 have received fbr the
past 2»> years would most respectfully ask a continuance of the
same to the new concern. R- R SPKNCR,
iy.il No. 190 corner of Main mn*l 18.h Street
lUUUdl’Cll LL'UV'I Vila ft. UtllM :* V li.'a)t>lT' n.
Gent lemons! Fm-nishint; Goods
RJKTK hove now do hood over AW do* ?h'.rta, all prices, qualities
Y ? sad styles, which we are closing out at reduced prices
These •hl-ta arc all made with the famous Improved french
Yoke, and are warranted to fit.
Our assortment of Ties and Cravats can't be beat In tbs city of
Rlchm nd
We would call attention to oar large stock of Under Phlrts and
Draw*m, which la t«tv full, and contains full lines In Mil, Cause
Y(rlo>et Linen, and Cotton
We have incr»*»sed «»ur facilities for making Shi t* to order, at
the shortest possible notice, and a perfect {It warranted.
Also, on hand, a floe slock of ke* ly Made Cl- thing.
HTURTfcVANT A MAGWIRff,
JclS No. ¥4 Main Street, Cor. 14th bt
UREASE i:\THUTOK,
rua as»>vigo
PAINT, TAK. H AX,
OlASTtilD Of
GREASE,
mow all Eians or
BILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
add naosi
Broadcloths, Casfimerea, &c
Without tin tiitfhtMt injury to VuJttbrU-t.
THU artlclu ha* been u*ed by many pereon* throughout th
coontr*. an] bu received thehl<he*t recommendation*. I»
.too received the xltoer medal atth* l*»t Mechanics’ Fair. It It
9.de In this dty, Mi d dwerve* the patronage of the South. To be
hod of the uricetp*l druxelxu and M my laboratory, c >ro*r Main
JdI«t>.f.R!,hiond,VM RDWARDT. FINCH.
|,)<U-ly Analytical Cheniixt.
RKKP root. !—Thecelebrated unexcelled ‘•CHALLBNGR"
RltrRHlhll.tlORwlihel.leTenai.lor. W»ter Cooler., »nrl
ooe .Ixee Mid uMirr., Ice Pitcher*. .11 xlxee Mid p.ttern*. N»»
*er*» p.tcnt " flee minute" Ice 'lre.ru Free.ert, Mid . variety of
other kind, tor »»le at reduced price*.
We call |.irtie«l»r .tteoUoB to the Juetl* celebrated “ CIIAle
LKNGK" RKViUilKKATOR, eoeeiderlng It the beet article *»*t of
f«ed for u! > Id thio place, Mid therefore recommend It with con#
deuce. Another supply ;uxt received, o tow only of which .re un
engaged. Perton. !u w.ut of the abate, are redacted to call Mid
examine bef.ee purchasing etocwhere
v O. A A. BARG AMIN, da.,
Bu«_4f si: Main Bt,Richmond. Vn.
WHEELER Sc "WILSON
M ANCEACTCRIN’G COMP ANT’S
SEWING MACHINES.
or (ill,(too. (ill,(HID. -»
HAY1 brtn so d and ths unlT*r*%I satbfaction warrants the
Company In nrc immsndlng and warranting It In the streng*
cat term. o* TH* t>K»?W OF T1RGINIA.
Thebeet weh.re t-ea.
The wore i* .troog .od perfect —IhrMdiie ddnxut.
No other »t all compare*.—&»tV
Contain* retry lot* ImproeemenL—Cmtral PrttbyUrian.
It doe. all H propoae#.— Ajilr*.
I* .nperlor to vxj.-DomriUt Tr, inter* pt
I. decidedly the beet -Jf rtonian Stj utj.ioan.
Mott excellent But ffufjr Republican.
Far th* bwt— Warrtnton
It take- ths lead.—/Io/'tt.
Bop*'lor to any — Fa. t ittee*.
The brut In o»r —Culpeper Ohttmr.
The sort complete. - RoekinyKam Rrgltttr.
The beet n »de — YaUti Dtm.*nit
Without . rich— ScUntiRc A me Hem.
Kscent Improvements make It the most complete ana perfect
machine ever offered to ths public.
I. H. CRAIGK, Agent,
til Main flt. Ri-hmond.
Johnson's Had, Norfolk.
Asy i Hir.4^1 fjf.ANO.—HH> tons Parvis Islsnds or Amer
lean Guano, warranted genuine, for aa> l«w to close,
y If A. P. LKK, no the Pock.
TAKDY~& WILLIAMS,
UHOLKSAIE HiOCERS ABD COMMISSION MlUlHASTS.
CORN Ml CARY AND l-ITH
if m iinoM», vi
V8R n*w ruoeivlng Ih. r Tall Supple of **rocerie*, to wWch the
atU-utiun of Ca»h * d prompt dealer* are repeated. To such
to y are uiti iu«-d to tsll at the lowest market rate*. They now
h*w« In •Ujjr,J| pri,n* Porto Rico and Cub* Tttgar*
'fit MU A KUraC- Crushed, Powdered, Granulated and
Cut Loaf IHigtr*
» hoar* Loaf Sugars _ _ .
4 4i b l*. N O . Port" Rico and Muscovado Mo.uiJ
S' tea. ln|Hah Inland *ot*mea
limb'd* Orchur*van»e®** Syrup
&». b*g» 8i> C«f*i
*«> b*gt **id Government Java do (very •uperior)
Rail* keg* (lid Dominion Nall*
1.1*4. tMe* Bole L*ath*v, g od and good damage*!
10t* pkg*. Green and B ack Tea*, tome very cU.ke
p* i boxes Adamantine and Tallow Candida
1.10 boxen Roap
I**) lb*. Coton Yarn*
gMlv rea*ev wrapping. Letter and Cap Taper
100 keg* Lee’ Soda
fc*» box*# window Glam
lOoboxcwAxe*
8U0 doU. Buckets. aulW
LIGHTS a BKAUBl RRY’S PIANOS.
wv/R CALL the attention of the c!tl*en» of Rich
\ > -non I *n.l Mrirl- U, to ..or Pin" f.irteo which^dBPT?GEf
we haee placed with Mr. C.ro.1, thol their qu^tttoo,W'J M
In eee«y r. ep-Tt, ■>“ J be leoud by the tide of the. 1 f I 1>
famed Chi«'kering’a.
W« warrant all our r.anoa, and can show aa high and aa name
roa* t**tin*onl*l* aa any factory in the country. All or which can
be teen at Mr Carual's on Broad Street, lid door from vth
LIOHTK A BRADBt RRY.
1^11 H i M BM AMD ••C** fOPTKE Sl'G ‘ R<—
fortune BACO< A UABRKRV1LLR.
i .ii\ Hllll* Very superior old Bye Whl.ky, of vartou*
4JK> bull. Kr^eh, „ J0NIS
50 ■%"* N *• RaB,i »■"*—»»«** ***• >J h. jQHMt
L00 F(,r“lt by m joKfh.
FOR F4RXERS.
PRIME HEAVY BROGANS,
MA.DE EXPRESS FOR US.
VV E hot. In store » lots • ot-ek of w. ooperior SHOW, madt
YY In «ir* tuto, of oil "re, for Moo, Won. nnnd Boy» amo.
Men’, hr ivy doable loo* I. * ItooU. tollable for ditcher. »n.l form
"tndo. lh.we rboeo will we»r dooWu no lot* o* »oy cui ta
o>..le In • ir* > in. *'* bore told them to oo-ne of the tern** *"*
b-wt ferm.nlaVlrsluU.ondtl.ey pr. i. .«oco them to be the but
noth-* h.ee eeer giec* the r oe eenu; they ho»e worn them
r-eTr.minf- Wr lo.i.e . 1 I. wool of realty prime She., to
, . r.,m them. We h»ee alt > the Wen • Armory Bh'ed,
• n I Men tend BoyNSewwd Richmond mode Brogane. Wowlll tell
,*■»«, I wfoMhdRmtmtoB. pt-TNET A WATTS.
ivtltLUM DOOR SIAT*-—Adolnldo ACdCmeprt Yntloe
1 ma b-aatifol article. Covered Mievp TkIo and Alicant*
lorn, fo, anient tho
ntock** for sale.
AAA ROANORS valley RAILROAD 1W M0RT
$30,000 r«. r per e *nl hop*. ronneotlOE w«h '**•
Richmond nod Donellle, end Rnlrtifti nod C.nrton Rnl •» J
mdet too*, eomtug oeer coo million of dollnrt. *l,h * ** “i
only Add.<»' r *r • mlnato d.tcrlpllno ofthe pretont oondttlon iind
fnlure prodpeot of lha Company, p.mphioto caa bo hod kl o*r ol
-ALSO—
gMO Vn and Trnmm, 8-1 wort***#
Si.uu York k eer » per »nt. Bond*
• 0# v|»d>«U fl
ftl Shnreo Richmond ftr. Amortnthtn
M do lira and Menu
"jm *.UAA,/*eCom«.^frKBU<cO.
RICHMOND WHIG
From the Virginia Index of ycrterdiy.
MEETING OK THE STATE EXECUTIVE COMMIT
TEE OF THE NAT10FAL DEMOCRACY.
The meetirg of our Executive Committee on Frida;
and SaturUsv last, was well attended, two thirds of tin
members bviig present. We give below the proceed
iugs iu relatitu to the subject-matter ol greatest publit
interest, namely, the proposition for a re-union of tin
parte in the State. The action of the two committee?
upon this subject, is set forth in the address ol Messrs
Harbour, Haiuian Allt n, Dunbar, M.'.jor aud Staluaker
in behalf of the committee of the National Democracy—
which address we subjoin iu full:
Other proceedings of the committee will bo given it
our next.
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF VIRGINIA.
The undersigned were appointed by the Evecutivc
Committee of the National Democratic Party of Virginia
to communicate to you the action of that commit.ee in
regard 10 a compromise of the difficulties »xisting in th«
Democratic parly of the State. A simple narration ol
the facta of the case is the most eloquent vindication cl
the action of this committee which could possibly be pre
sented. The uufortuuite schism tu the Democratic party,
made by the secession of some of the mem
bers of the late National Democratic Convention cl
the United States which assembled at Chari MOD, and
adjourned to Baltimore, has resulted most diiaS rouely
to the Democratic party, and most unhappily- lor- the
peace and quietude of the country. Wbeu the rupture
occurred at Baltimore, aud toe delegations from the
Southern States withdrew, it was the duty of the Virgi
nal delegation to have returned to their constituents, at.d
laid before them a statement ot the facts which induced
tin in to withdraw from the National Convention, aud to
have sn aited the actio:: of the tonstiiuent body. They
had no right or authority to unite themselves with any
ori aniaation composed of <1 portion of the representa
tives 01 the people delegated to the National Convention.
If this policy had been pursued, and the wishes of the
people of Vngiuit consulted aud respected, no breach in
the party in the State could have occurred. Our present
difficulties grow out of the fact that the seceding dele
gates from the Baltimore Convention, without the autho
rity of the people by whom they were com missioned, un
dertook to ooutio! their future action bv pledging them to
the support of caucus candidates nominated without auy
legal authority whatsoever It on a constituent body. They
further undertook to control the popular voice of the Slute
by the action of aConvcn ion composed of a portion only
ot their cous'.iliieuts.iu open defiance of the wishes of men
of marc loyalty to the Democratic party aud its usage?,
than those who undertook to control them. If they had
returned and appealed to the people for an expression of
their views, the dtvisiou and distraction which now exist
iu the party never could have occurred. Ad our diffi
culties are chargeable to a violation of representative
duly ou their part at Bal iraore, aud to a determined
purpose to coerce tbo whole pirtv into an endorsement
of their action. However unjustifiably treated, the Na
tional Democracy may have considered themselves, they
have spared no prias to attempt to recall their urriitg
brethren, aud endeavor to heal the wound* by them in
dicted ou the party. Too Nation U Democracy of Vir
ginia have endeavored to exhibit an e-pecial desire to
meet their brethren iu the spirit of frankucsS aud can
dor, aud harmonise if it could possibly be done with hon
or to a'1. The t»o recent Conventions, held at S’aun
ton and Charlottesville, adjourned without haviug effect
ed any recenciliiliou of our divi-ion- The masses of
the Democracy of the Stale were filled with chagrin that
nothin r u- -.i it.us K* thsc- ft.-mrentions in th i wav of
a compromise of le l ng au I ao io.i against the common
tdversary. A.’ if ti tenanted to tike the matter into
their own hands, a proposition was suggested by an old
and eminent Demo rat of the county of Augusta, in the
.•nth legion ot the Democracy of Virginia, Jlr Ja
cob Baylor. VIr. Baylor is a farmer atid one
>f tho patriarch* oi o ir party iu the teii'h
legion, aud has more retl consideration for the
pif.uanci t interests and success of his pir'y, thau for
the prrsonai promotion or stbenies of any m m or set of
men. Having devoted a life of service to our ciuse.he has
ioo much rride in the memory ot the party history, aud
too umch hope for its future glory, to be willing to jeop
ardise its success for the m re gratification of a tempo
rary at ger. Mr. Btylor, with paternal solicitude for the
success of tho Duinocra'ic party, although an ard nt sup
porter of the B eckiuridg • and Line ticket, on the 19;h of
'■•p'emlier, through the press, made a proposition for a
concentration of the whole D nnocratic vote of Virginia
upon one electoral ticket, which proposition is hereinaf
ter specifically sol forth. This proposition was endorsed
lu tba county whence it originated by both branch, s of
the Democratic people. Upon the announcement of this
fact it was deemed necessary to call a meeting of the two
Ex. entire Committees of tho respective branched of the
party iu the State, at Kichinoud, on tho 5th inst, to con
sider this matter aid do whit was proper in the prem
ises. The Committers did assemble and a correspondence
■hereupou took place between them. Immediately upon
the assembling of the Committee appointed by the Staun
ton convention, a resolution in these words wes passed
and communicated to the Committee appointed by the
Charlottesville Convention, via:
"KotArtd, Til*. M.O. H.rnvn a .1 M. M Dent be nppo! :t« 1 a
commit!.e 11 na too th 11 reckturtdge amt base fexec .tie Cuumil
tee. aud Inf. rm tbeiu that ve am ID aeialon and read/ In receive
an/ pr-pu i.tioa trim them "
On the mtrning of ti.e next day an answer was receiv
ed in these words:
■/;. I\t Ituufjl r« JCna.-ufir* Commit!" now In Sfiuion ■
Beat era u —The undardgoed we c appo'Dt.-d a committs* on
the part of the lb nner > Ir Hi- u lie Oom-i ittee >.f Virsln •, to
eoma.ii .leave 10 /our bed/ .he aubj dned pream le and reaolot on,
»e* rvapenae to pur re*, luth n, cotmunnlcated tn yesterday, b/
poor Ootmn.itee, Ms sis Harman and Dent.
Respectful / ) ours,
Nat. Tv. it,
Jawk-s Mean*.
Wiu.ita it Coni,
W. H I'axs x
Where**, Tt.ii Iio-otlve Comm ttee bat reraive i bon th • Exe
cutive Commit e i appointed at Stan'-tin, a m **»».-« to the effect
that they are ready trhexr anv propoil lon whl-h lib's bid/ may
be d ■ pee t to enkmlt; and, where*., the resolution ad .pled by
tteLemo title .invention *-l -table 1 at Chariot «./Hie In Au.ut
ia»', IiiaUuc Ir-g tie beat critic I'eil n ol Vlrgn'a *■ to the
manner In whlcn the elei t ral /otc of 'Irg'nlaah u u be ca*t hte
never b '-a in anywfllrlal manner ac ed upon by the Convention
held at Suu tin in Angie', or by the Executive Curmltteeap
ptln'ed by that Co ven ion. therefore
KouJr.it, Tbit thin Committee cannot make any p-opoeltlon not
eonf Trouble to the laid re-o ut on of Imtructlon-which resolution
they now formally »u»m t a* a basis of nulled action, and Invite
an expression of the opinion* and wishes of the Committee appoint
el at etaunion In rein Ion thereto.
That resolution will be found attached below :
Rtt lent. That the Dam e-at'e S'ate Electors of Virginia ehould
vote for Rrecklnridfe and Lane, If by d.dog so they can be e’eeted
to the ofltcev or which th-y have b-en retpecUvely nominal d;
but, ahou.d It be a certained that there le no election by the p-o
pie. that then thee tha'I ess* the vot of the State to- Brecklml ge
ami Lane. If by a> doing It will place Breoklnrldgi before the
Housed U-preeentailveaat one .f th* three highe*-, to he v trd
fir as Preai 'eot, o- Lino bef.i- • tho brn*te a* one of the twi high
*.t tv be voted fo- aa V ee Prexblent: but If by ao voting nelth -r
f the ati.l rea tint can be react el,’hen thoaald Klrctvrs shall vote
to their dlfcretton aa t n lt,ao aa.if pwelble. to prevent the el-e
tlon of Line In and Hamlin. Their eleofon, la the opinion of thla
Convent on. tt-r a’.en 'ha most certain *nd Immediate perils t> oor
noble and ehtrahed Union.
It will be observed that although our Executive C.im
mittco had in good faith and in all candor solicited, in a
spirit of compromise, a proposition upon which ail could
«tanu, inej rvceireu to nwwcr wuicu nuupij »»u k«ij
meant that we should withdraw our ticket, and vote for
theirs, and then, if by our vote* we s leeted this ticket,
we were to take an even chauce with Bell and Everett to
get this vote in the Electoral C illego, should Messrs.
Breckinridge and Lane be out of the question.
We wete call d upon to cast our vo’es ho as first to put
Mr. Breckinridge in the Bouse, and Mr. Lane in the Sen
»te, and then in ease this failed, wa were to be placed at
the discretion of the Electoral ticket, so elected by out
votes, to be or not to bo the sholce over Bell and Ever
ett. However offensive such a proposition appears upon
its face, the National Democracy, through their Executive
Ooromiree, still preserved tbeir characteristic ttoo«l torn
p *r aud spirit of conciliation, and actually off -red as a
common basis of compromise, the very propo i ion ten
dered through the press by Mr. Baylor, of Augusta, on
dutsed by Messrs. Tbos. J Miihie, W. A. Abney, Alex
B. Cochran, and Wm. H. Watts, or Augusta, as appear!
from the following communication Lorn our committee
to the Bnckiuridge and Lane Commit ee:
Richmond, Oct. 6, 1860.
The Executive Coinmt.lee of thu Nud >nal Democratic party o:
Virginia, lit rsspocse to the com raj Mead on of the B-rrhlnrtdgi
and I. ne •xceutlte t'ommidee, th s mo-ning rec-lv <1, reply :
lit That the rwclut'on appended t your communication »*
never h. far- the Staunton Oon reution.
g.l Wr adrpt the follouing remUtloe* XX embodying our opus
Iocs upon th»eab;ecU presented In your com ncnlcatlon :
dfrecfrctf. Tout the NsUonxl Democrat's Executlvs Committee
noxiously deMrtnr lu restore unim, harmony and conco d of at
Uon in th' rants of the Item cr.tlo party of Virginia, recommcnt
the pro position contained lu theetrd rf Jacob Baylor, Esq.,(here
to attached) <rd rationed by T. J Michlf, Wm. Abaev, Ales It
Cochran and W.n it * aUg, of *ugi,»ta, and Adan Stephenson
gaq .of H'gtlsnd -a'l of • » It-ckltirldge party.
H,* lr,'J. Tha' M <: Harman, M. M. Tent, A B MsJ ,r and « n
(i Dunbar *se a romm’ttre »o communtca'e the f-reg tng rescla
I , „ to t- e Executive Committee of the Breckinridge patty, nowu
suasion In this cLy. and request tlielr eoacur tnee
Me Stjlt Cl .ell i\an.niUert »/ Me Uoajl.it ntul Brtrkin
r.lgt Or... icmUc F r.y./ Virginia.
-AxaBr-c t ridge and base Democrat—ss thorough at any !i
the St tte ot Virgin's—at the e ms 11 ee eager and anil us to m-lt
utnto-'-rgi Dillon of theSUt*. and esrry tt galogt our com
moo adrenal ee, Mel! and Eve-ett—X theref re pmpoee that hot
Commute-* me,, st an evil* das—sss Vd stay of tX-t b r nexi
at HicSssso-jsl — and withdraw fifteen * f the prtsrnt Electors, sac
se may be agro'd upo>s, and have hut ot.e csimmon k'lecto-s
Tlek-t, and have the whole Electoral Ti k-t pl-dg-i lit cast th
rote of Virginia ratrably to the vote, to ait: Each D uglss vot
counting the same as eats a llretx'nndjo yol ; the ef ore, ra h ma
vote* a d gets his ch Ics without any eacr fire of pijniipte, an
string the Watt to the tK-moornil: pittr. I hope exch an 1 ever
i»esno-ra*te sssoer lu the Btate nl t copy,
fcpt lJ.lSW JACOB BtVL'R.
Tbi* propo'ition of Mf. Baylor «ra* also endorsed b
Adam Strphdnsoa, of Highland, who, together with th
gentle matt cited aboyc, is a supporter of Breckinridg
aud Latte; by a public meeting of both branches of lb
remocracy of Augusta, held in Staunton oo tho Septets
b, r Court day; and by the Breckinridge and Dougla
electors of the 11th district.
lu response, the followingoommuniettion wts receive
from 'be Executive Committee of ths Cbarlof-eevili
Convention:
Guam Boon or Tits Dxu-x unn- (
Ptite li'vg C sstu. Oct. *th,'do. t
The Democratic State Exe-Mlre Committee hiving received o
*t *ter lay a communication from the Committee aptsolnted by It
Stsunton Cjnv'utloo, Inter,ntas u» Ul»t they were In svalon asi
readr to receive any pr ipoxlt'oa from ns, and this cimml'tw 1
rv.pon-v thereto, having subssslitcd a p.opost tin • a sad on tha a
Uoaoftbs latv Democratic C ,n*e sil sn ail smbled In Charlotte
vtUv, rmpdttfully ask that thxt nropuldon thus submlttud, may t
aoeedui toordeelagd. And thisoommlttge decllnss ts eatgrt-l
any propjsllloa from tig Coaallttg ajpointad ky ths llaantx
OoivenUon until the proposition submitted to them by us bss been
i nc ed upon.
11/ order of the Committe*.
1. RCTHEREOOKD, Ch’mn
Jams* Dot*, Sect'/.
Iu r p y to this our Committee immediately sent the fol
lowing:
Oiaa. Boo* or ms National Ds*oc*atic I
ExscctiviC in. 0>t 6, lbt.tf. |
7b Sis RrtrlcinHJgt unit hrne Ptr^utizc CtmtmUUe:
tl o’clock l>. M The NaUojal Ui-mo.rrlk Kxeorllre Committee
ol Vlrg nls h»re receltred tin second com nunlcetlon from Ihi- Ex
eoatire Oommtttec of the llredilnrlriye ami t.sus p» y. Tht pry
pos t\ n tendered to th • Breckinridge and l.nne committee was la
t ode 1 to be decl'iied by the commaulcation male by this C mi
mi- tec tld i mo-u ng. \t e n w sg-ln decl're U etapo iltcally, ss *
p-op i t oo uhlch con'd not bc>otcrialncd fur s momtnl by its —
We now reuctr t e prop s ton contain'd In our com ounlcatlon of
this morning, and respectfully request a dttlnlte and spied/ re
sponse as to what you intend to do.
M. Q HARMAN.
President y>ro tfw.
9. H noryras, fee’/.
Aud in response, oar Committe received the following
communication:
Co** Rook or nts Dsmociutx Exxrortr* Cow*. I
October tith, 1900 f
Ruolrut, That the Democratic Executive Commltl'C of Virginia,
repretentlag tbe Democracy of the state, hare receive ! the com
muntcatloa irom the Jommlttee appointed by the etaunton Con
vention. dattit * i o'clock, V. M., Oct. 8. 1 MlI," and decline the
proposition of the said Committee xr laadals-lble—n* powerbuiog
vt-eied in litis 0 immlttec to aolit- r se, cairy out, or In any man
nsr, esecutesucb plan at that thuapretrnted to tills Commutes.
The proposition to divide the electoral vole of Vlrg i la briny ut
terly wrong In principle and pernldoue In practice, this Commu
te* could In no wue consent. If Itha.1 aulboilty, that anr portion
of the Electoral vote of this B;mte should be lost to tbe Democ
racy.
By order of the Committee.
joas.nrnizqrooan, Chairman.
This, of course, closed th* conference, which was for
mally done by the following note :
Exinasuv II .rsL, I
6 o'clock P. M. f
('cl iberS, 1960.
Tho Executive Committee ef the Nafenal Democrat!- parly «f
Vtrgtr. a have received the ltd -d coraiuunicatton of the Kxeeut ve
Oommlt'ee of the Ilrrcklurtdge and I.in- party. We c-meider that
the proposltloa *f Jacob Bayler, of tbe loth Ltglcn Isnewclraed
hy the action of the Brcckl rldye and Lane Executive Commit- e.
Purely imoi eoa tea/we make this omimm catloi. We no* Ap
peal to the people ot Virginia to vindicate cur conduct
It M. II« VITr,
Chalrmaia of th* Nation tl Dcm- cratlc
1 xccnttve Committee of Virginia.
Without further comment upon the last communica
tion received l>v our committee from the other commit
tee, than to point with significance to tbe want of candor
and ingenuousness of a body, mceliugand parleying with
us for two days, and then closing up by stating that they
had uo authority to act upon tho subject upon which thev
were conferring, wo proceed to stato the motives by
which our committee were actuated.
The National Democratic party of Virginia, who are
rallyiag their forces for the nominees, Douglas and John
son, are ardeutly solicitous for the preservation, tbe peace,
aud tho power of the whol-: Democratic party in tho
councils of our State. Amid all the wreck aud chaotic
coufurion of tho political organizations outside of Virgi
nia, we desired to preserve intact hero at home, an organ
ization of our party which as a nucleus would be able af
ter the smoko of tho fight passe* off to gather up tho dis
integrated elements aud rett'ore the permanent strength
and force of the Democracy throughout the laud. Deuce,
without quibbling upou minor points, wc submitted to
the other committee the proposition tendered by their
own friends and associates to us,aud were willing to bury
the hatchet. That committee repudiated the off liugofiis
own friends as wholly untenable and perniciout in prac
tice. It seems to us that the proposition submitted by
Mr. Baylor was neither untenable nor pernicious. L’uder
it every Dcnjoeiatic voter in Virginia would have receiv
ed, in tbe Kieetora! College, tho full weight of his own
suffrage. This proposition, indeed, seems peculiarly con
sistent. with and an.rlaeous to our svsU'tu of covernment.
expressing the voice not of the majority hat of the
whole.
As to the objection to a division of the Electoral voto
of Virginia, wc think that a calamity but not so serious
a one as a division of tho Democratic party of Virginia.
Wo are all placed under a peculiar stress of circumstan
ces in this campaigu. We must meet them in the b it
and most practicable manner. The divi-iou of the Elec
tor il vote of our Sutle, however to be regretted as a ue
eess ty,would have been far less disastrous to our general
organization, than a continuance of the present unhappy
division of our party which may naturally now be attend
ed with acrimony and acerbity of feeling, and eveutuate
in a permanent sod chiouic misfortune 10 us all.
Would it not, in a par'y riew, be far bettor,(if the
worst came to the worst, to divide the Electoral vote be
tween lw> Democrat*, than to risk giving the whole to
our old common adversary ? But the Rubicon is passed
—the die is cast—the subject is closed. Wc must now
appeal to the Democratic people of Virginia to rally to
the support of the regular nominees of their party. For
the present, quietly remove these leaders ofT tho field,
and preserve your own organization and your own faith
to the party of the whole United S’ates. We have no
heart to use harsh terms of crimination against our err
ing brethren. The Executive Committee of the Breck
inridge and Lane party is composed ol gentlemen of the
highest social consideration und the first intel'ectuil
worth. Wc s.ty nothing of them in anger or unkind
ness. But with the deepest and most sensitive mortifi
cation, wo believe they have indicted upon tbe Demo* ra
tio patty of Virginia a blow from which it may not re
cover for many years—that in time they will regret it,
we cannot doubt. Tbe existence of tho very insti
tutions under which we have grown as a people, to
such prosperity aud significance in the family of
Nations,^ is now seriously imperilled. Before bullets
and blood, one remedy is still left; that is the power
of the ballot box. Wc appeal to the whole people to ral
ly to the support of Douglas and Johnson, as the only
hope of bearing down fanaticism, aud deleatiug Lincoln
and Hamlin. In such a crisis as this, it strikes us with
the profoundest astonishment, aud most poignant morti
fication, that our gallant leader Douglas, who is now
abused, hated and crucified by Northern fanatics and
Abolitionists, and who has been for years, in the face of
infuriated mobs, aud is now, fighting them to their teeth
with more energy and nerve than any living man, should
be denounced by any portion ol oor people as untrue.—
Virginians! Come up and exhibit that manly and noble
generosity which has ever been the chartetlstic of your
State. Alfred M. Barbopr, Jefferson.
M. G. Harxan, Augusta.
Hxnrt C. Allxn, Botetourt.
Wti. G. DrNRAR, Richmond city.
Sabcil B. Major, Halifax.
G. W. Stalvacxr, Greenbrier.
THE ITALIAN REVOLUTION.
From the London Tinea, Sept. 21*1
The Italian Revolution, wondtrlul and rapid as it has
been, is not qnite so spontaneoui ao emanation aa its care
less admirers may believe. Mary influences have been
st work to shake and loosen thxt mosaic work of Prin
cipalities and Kingdoms which !0 months ago appeared
to be perfect and almost secure All the military pow
er of the greatest military nation in tbe world was but
just enough to move the blocks out of their solid bed —
Infinite patience has been required to watch and to seize
every opportunity that occurred to tnrn otic stone after
□ever could hare done it all. Fragments of population
do not unite into nations, and slaves di not become free
men by mere force of iilumiuation and popular shou'ing.
There has been Statecraft and policy, and manogemeut
of foreign force, as well as cou’agc aud conduct, in the
young men of Italy. All these lave been worked togeth
er with a marvellous unity towrrds the common oljeet,
and the consequence has been that the armies of France
have been used to break the armies of Austria, the sym
pathies of Teutonic Europe have »eecn arrayed against the
pretensions of France, and the ground has beeu kept while
the Italian Hercules wrought tis labours without inter
ruption from abroad. This utity of purpose has now
been broken. Unhappily, discard has come to mar tbia
hitherto successful combination. Tbe man of action
fret* under the constraint impaed upon him by a man
of counsel; tbe man of geniui grows impatient of the
pretensions of the man of policy. There have long been
symptoms of a coming rupture. In tbe earlier stages of
the contest tbe European pubic admired with some as
tonishment the temper with which Garibaldi submitted
to the alights which were put upon him by men infinite
ly hU inferiors; but as events acre on, and as the great
quili’ies of the Italian patriot raised him to be master of
the Revolution, it was evident that Hercules would not
continue to stand outside tin city and have his L I ria
prescribed to him from within. When Farini . ex
pelled from Sicily it was elev that G>"t' -Mi * rd deter
mined 'O be no louger only the arm o' Italy, and that he
thenceforward pieteuded to / ec* the policy as well as
to enforce the rmtorga of the Revolution. Tno intelli
gence from To in which we pildlsh to-day mikes the oc
currence of a rupture certain. Garibaldi insists up n t ie
di-missal of favour. The conqueror of Sicily nl Na
ples insi*ts upon being set free Irom the entanglement)
of Statecraft and diplomacy, ind permitted to finish ihs
1 •mancipation of Italy in a plain solderliko way.
1 Our instinctive sympathies ire all with Garibaldi. The
first impulse of every man mist be in favor of the daring
single-minded chief wiio adnits only one object, and
pursues that with straight an! undevutiug reoaitude.—
Garibaldi thinks that the sworl ia the only weapon with
\ which a brave man should bspe to free his country.—
Tbe seutimont is heroic aud aXractive; it gains lame and
■ and followers, ii mi.tains entukiasm, and it betokens
honesty—but in this crooked world it docs not always
| suce-ed. Against such lath-aid-plaster tyrannies as G»
i ribaldi found in Sicily or in Naples a hold rush was
! doubtless the best attack. Oue hard push, and the
j whole edifice disappeared in dust ami sp'lnteri. The
r Nine summary course of action would also da very will
for countries where he would find a sympathizing peo
ple, and no more obstinate eienilea than ths Irish gar*
r rison of Spnleton. Garibaldi las done all ihis part of his
' work, and let no man uudervtlue it. He has displayed
not only adventurous daring hut consummate ability.—
* We wUb we English had a U-ncral from whom we could
' hope, at our need, for an achievement anylhiug at all
* equal in military merit to that Sitilian campaign. But,
great as hia successes have been, they are the etsii r p art
^ of his “programme," and their way has b en prepared
* by that tortuoys policy an! crafty conussl which he now
desires to cast away from llm. Garibaldi's oouduot dur
ing the campaign iu Lombardy was beyond all praise. As a
a partisan leader he harrassed the enemy and occupied and
* eluded very superior force*. But no on* would be moie
* ready than Garibaldi to ndrcit that it was not he who de
,. feated the Austrians or drove them out of Lombardy. The
i- Austrians were driven out by tbe Frenob. Garibaldi bai
* ohssed away s)l the deer, and some of them stood at
l bay; but this sohlavameot is not a promise of perpetu
al victory. Now that Cialdirii has dispersed the wretch
ed mercenaries ef the I’ope there is nothing more to dt
except to capture Rome and conquer VenctU. That 1
to say, there is no impediment to the entire unity o
Italy except only the necessity of concluding a success
ful war with France and entirely defeating Austria. I;
this the serious project of Garibaldi? If so, we cat
ouly say of it, as the F'rcncb said of us at Balaclava,—
“ Cttl magnifitfue; Main c« “n’eil pan la gutrrt." Ii
this the cause of Garibaldi's separation from favour? I
is scare ly possible to believe that so shrewd a man ant
so great a man as Giribaldi has shown himself should a1
the turning point of bis success espoure so wild a sehem •
That he should hold fast by his idea ol Italian unity i.
but consistent with the character of the man, and is bu
due to his owu lama; but that he should desirt
to cast his mountaineers headlong at iho Frcucl
army, and also at the Austriuu fortresses, seenu
an impossible suggestion. Ail the correspon
dence trom I aiy, however, tends to this effect. It i
certain that the Envoy from the King of Sardinia has en
tirely failed in his mission, whatever the object of tiint
may’have been, and can ex'ract no concession from tLe
obdurate Achilles. The demand for the dismissal u!
favour aud Fariua is only too unfortunately consistent
with his promise to proclaim the annexation of Nsplta
from the top of the y urinal. It may be that all these
reports do Garibaldi injustice, and that the "programme'
which he is determined to carry out is not of the ebu
acter attributed to him. It may be that bn is willing c
wait uutil the flight of the Pope or the spontaneous
course of events shall free Rome from her thraldom,ai d
refltotfTlM to her natural office in the Italian Peninsula.
It may be, also, that he is quilo slive to the madness ol
venturing within that gieat trap which the Austrians stil!
keep set and baited close by Solferiuo, and that he is
content to wait for Venice until the expenses have to'd
upon the temper of the Austrian Reich-rath and until
the temptation of the ten millions effartd by Italy can
no longer be resisted. It Is possible that the existence
ol designs which under present circumstances would sa
vour of insanity may be only suggested from Turin by
persons in the interest of the Ministers who arc now pro
scribed by the Dictator.
But, if so, why this pertinacious demand that Cavoar
shall be dlsmis-ed ? Garibaldi bos never hitherto shown
himself a man likely to bo influenced by merely person
al motives. That he dislikes favour is well known. That
he dislikes him for his diplomacy anil for his cession of
Nice, and, possibly, also for the uuworthy manner in
which he has semi-times treated Garibaldi, we are not
now to he told. That he sbrold be determined not to
give up Sicily and Naples to be trafficked for betwern
favour aud the Empeior of the French is very natural.
We may, perhaps, thus find it possible to accept (be in
disputable fact that Garibaldi has made this demaud with
out receiving with absolute confidence the interpretation
pu' upon it nt Turin. Read it, however, ns we may, it is
a most disastrous movement. Great an Garibaldi in, be is
not more ucces-ary to the success of the Revolution now
tending to its accomplishment than Cavour is. There is
some equivocal work ye: to be done, which Garibaldi can
not do. Ail the old symptoms ol compensation and
annexation are re appearing. The French journals are
vehemently denying all designs upon certain i lands,
just as they once before as vehemently denied all designs
upon Nice ; and France is at the same lime protesting
against the annexation of Nsples, just ns she protested
against the annexation of Tuscany. These are matters
JLi-l _u: -.. I r’»....... i, ,t..._i.
man who hail (bo talent to carry such arraugi men's
through. Everything cannot be done by force, and if it
could Garibaldi doe* uot posse-s the forea. In banish
ing Cavour Garibaldi disables one of the arms of Italy,
lie is, moreover, creating a great public scandal, for he
is exhibiting to the world the proof of a sad f*c<—tb.it
the two greatest laborers for Italian unity, and the two
most prominent Italians, are unahle to act together.—
He is showing the old Italian weakness working, at her
extreme need, in her two best men. There can be no
sufficient reason for this open strife. Hubm-n tne n
the sime thiug and are endeavoring to obtain the same
object; but Cavour recogt.ix.-s difficulties which I are to
be avoided or conjured away, while Garibaldi beliivea
be can ride down all obstacles sword in hand. If tl cy
insist upon separating, our sympuhies will go forwi rd
with Qjribaldi, but our hopes will halt behind Cavour.—
Garibaldi's impetuous system is admirable against bis
own countrymen, bet favour will be indispensable to
Italy as an antagonist for France and Austria.
I WOO. FALL TRADE. 1SOO.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
J O II A T , U K A Y ,
(scccrssoR to ann: k oray,)
No 147, Main Street, Fagle Square,
Hlclimonil, Va,,
H" In store, and offer* for sale—
jtfttt flpanl h Fbnt In ilgo Coch'neal
Prime 0 too Madder Ptarch
New Ca tie Hi Curt* 8o<fa (tom Arable
** * 8*1 Soda Camphor
Extract Logwood Cream Tartar
t» »«*••• Whit Lead
Flo«*r* Sulphur, xne r>im
Saltpetre Linseed Oil
C'rprra* 8perm and Whale* OH*.
▲ urn
Also, a l«rf* stock of *11 the popular Patent Medicine*, together
with * var ety of Toilet aril Met—tuch at Soaps, Cologne*, Perfume*
Bru*he* Comb*, Ac. All of w lch«llie*oM on the most fabor
able term* for ca*h, or to prompt dcalsrs.
JOHN T. GBAY,
ocl— 8acce»*nr to idle A Pray, 117 Main .Vireet.
G*. 8 FIXTI’IIER.—We have on Land the largest and
best s lect-d eto k of Chandelier*, Pendant*. Bracket*. Ac.,
ever offered In Una city. We Invite all who sre In want of Gaa Fix
ture*. of any kind to call and examine our assortment.
CU'K'.B't !». YALE A CO.,
el3—1m Iron Blcrk, Gtivrmor 8t.
GBNFfNR IMFOBT*®PB18CVPB OIOAMs.
Wr shaP continue to reodve consignment* of ih s excellent
Cigar, “Juato Sana." We are now receiving a lot, for sale by
oc.V-dlwWM. WALLACE MON&
OYSTER AND MTF%K i I8HKS-—Block Tm Oy»
ter and Steak Dlahe* of all *ixe«, to be had of
TIIOS. A. BULKLVY A CO.,
*e96 187 Main Street.
No, 130, Main Street
BICHYIOM), VA.
THIS INSTITUTION l* mv permanently established, and lntue
reeaful operation It l* under th- Immediate supervision of
the Principal, whose aim and Interevt It 1* to make It worthy the
continued patronage of the commuM'r.
BRaNOUVH TAUGHT.
float I* Entry Book ItropfT.fr, UOmmer lai uairuisuons, nun anu
Ornamental Penmanship ami the Modern language#.
For particulars please apply at the College or write tor a Circa*
lar.
aul7—tf J. W RRF.VE. Principal A Proprietor.
Cloaks! Cloaks !
WE have the pkaaurj of Irf rolag the ladles that Mrs. Tierce,
who gave uni vets 1 s%tl fiction In our Cloak Department
the pat*, year, Is again at her post, afi*r spe ding a month in N w
York, where she Sicarsd all’he lates style# and patterns. He
sjrri now prepared, with a g'cd stock rf cloths and trimmings, to
make to order, at short notice, any garment wanted In addition to
tb Urge slock always on band.
Mins. L. Hr er, a laiy of rars qualifications. Is engaged as ssslft
ant lu the Cloak D par.meat and will have under her exclusive
control, the «uttlng and fitting of Rasquet. Cusact», Ac.
Ladles wishing garments «.f the above styles can rely upon hav
leg them made In the l*t*st style and very best manner.
In the above Denartmont we have superior facilities for getting
pa'l^rns, and having thrtn ail made up In our own house, under
one immediate supervision, wo are confident of our atl Ky '• sell
CloaVs, quality, sty's and making eonaidered, lower fiar th y ran
he sold In any h'-use 8c u‘h tf New York. In a few days we shall
have Wrapp.ngs for children.
oo4 CHILMACIItNrW.
nOr^UIT D’ORLKANN OR XX BOIRBOK
II Most fragrant perfume In use.
TURF OIL
Warranted to cure burns and gores of svery kind.
EXT PAREIRA BRAVA and HUCHIT —
A speedy rein* ly for all dlsevet of the Kidneys and Bladder.
DOVE * BHEUM4T10 I.INIMINT—
A sure rerae ly to- RhenmalUm. (Warranted.)
WATER OF PEARL* -
Most heauMful preparation for the Hair.
EaELY BUD—
Tbo most certain Verm'fuge btf.re the pub lie.
APPkTIZRA—
The best Tonic known.
The above for sale wholesale and retail by
DOVE A CO., Wholesale Druggists,
No. Stt Main street, Richmond.
RKPI^FD Sl’tiAHft
UObblsA. {oottoo
1'8 ** Fxtn r
70 11 Crtshfd,
G>) •• Powdered,
M * Cut Loa',
14 b^x-s Lonf. For swle by
or—tf LKWI8 WCTBjk_JOHN O. WADY
CMIKES .—SOO boxes Culllo* Cheese, to arrive perschoner
I I’anvUle and others, for sale by _
oc«—lw WM. WALLACE SONS
OLD KIK U’sHSK V.-SJO bbl« T. i. Dark'* White
aod Colon d Old Rj e WOUkjr, for sale by .
cct_lw WM WMJLACESONL_
WHISKY.—#1*' bble Onondatto Mountain Whisky
too do Ni Brand Whltv Proof do
oc6—1v For *alo by WM WALLACE BriNB
Garden s-kb fuic fall sowing,
Ex ly La’ye York Cobble
I'o Oi|ic,rt do
Do tlu,<rlraf do
Lirge Drunh'*ad do
Do rial Bitch do
Early Caul flower,
Round 8avoy Fpan'ih
fir,IBn Curled Ku'e
Early Butter Lettuce
Bo Hardy IIsruo'ersoilth do
Black and Fiiao a't Badlth, for aale by
„r2 _____WM. PALMER, SON A CO.
(MJNsTg^S.I tUME BAGS, Ac.
Ju<t received, direct from t\e mouu/H'urert in JCn{/i>ind. i
vptendl I stock of file Lam t lulled Steel utd Stub Tieiet Boubh
Barrel Gena, well worth the a t.ml n of all In wart Ala>. Gann
Biya f h.t Ktlta, Pourhea Powder and Liquor Plaak.. Fly’a doubb
\oat:r-proof ( aps, Wat's. Ac., Ae , ail of whl h we offer at low pir
cto WILLIAM* A KLIIOTT.
CT Main 9t,
oc2 —dlwclm_Heady o-pedts 84. Tharlas HoteL
ENGLISH DAIRY CHKKMarprlme qualify
400 boxes, for tale by
| H.B. DAYENPORT.
LARGE -TOOK OE
NEW FALL GOODS
low oria it
•J Millln.serjte Tiro’s.
WE fake pleasu c to 1-forra o.iff lends aod patroni ind the
pub le g n i all , that we I a Hr c p* ned a very * xtenslve as*
1 sirtrent «. . KW OuOOf1, adsp'edAo the pre eat ani approach
lug ic«a i>. aod are prepared t> a A them on Ihc meet favoraHa
terms end at very low prices / aoto ea havtrg i-urha es mtke
In anytime In tr c Dry Orods line, v 11 veil to give cor stork
an exami atton If only Itladiik itskllvi are selrtrg Goods
at We cannot, n an r.dvertdement, <namera> even flu leading
it-'let of llwdt f» luxe In ttire.hut assure al thit oursore
io >n.sa e cramm <1 and Jammed 'uli of good bargains, aod no
doubt vi 1 be so with c.ut mcr«, If D*r know their own Interest
We sc 1 the be»t $ BLACK SiMC In the c tr
We •? I ih*: O' »l % l-iool FeaNN*3. ai 55 cents.
We htv« t* e larjest and cheapen stock of FRKKCH EMBROID
ERS KB in tho c tv.
OAUPKTlKGd and RUGS In great variety, and cbesp.
J. MU LUI-hit k BRO.,
eef-tfm Br ad Street.
VP.^IOOUK, A^cnt,
• Gary Street, near Columbian Hotel;
OfTtfrt lovr, for cash—
New “Irani Mol*s*ev In half bbls
Oaha, Muic rado and Porto Rico do and By rap
U'.fbbls family Roe Iferrl gsaud Mackerel
25 Pal’ii tftflnid Leaf Lard
Prime ltacoo Hams. 8V tillers and Fldee
Pali nt kpe’tn, Adnun'c and Tallow Candle#
Brown and Black Tuipe: t'ne *oaps
Old lb (union Nalls and hhoe Tacks
Bait; Bup Carb. Bcda
R ce—Biarch
Clewing and Fmrklr.g Tcbacra and Cigars
Cotton and HtmpC^rd
I.rr.p W:ck
N 0. ano Kg. Coffee Sngsr
Mocha, J..v», bag and Mo Ccffe#
P x.i'r, ratra and rtSpTTtn^r
Iwnd n Porter—Vioegtr
Br. ns, Burketaand Demijohns, and all kinds of
_Begirt and W.oea Ac.. 4c_sell
SirOiHOI- niLL
RICHMOND GROUS'D PLASTER.
I AM row pr»p*vd t" supp’y aay demand for PL *.PTFR Fa«?rr
Gaoi sn fo- the Fall crop# 0
My H ck rf l.uc'.p is large. Selected from the purest Windsor,
(Nova Bcotl •) Quarries, with special refer* nee tills richness In
Bupbat* of Lime Thankful forth* heavily iacreased p«‘ronage.
the rap tuition of nj br&od shall be felt su*’.lined for purity, acn
proper pulverisation. JOHN II ( K11R*»*iNK,
»cl5_ _Office No 11 Pearl »t. _
TUSTM A gIVEWELL,
SOS. 32 AND 34 SOCTII WATER STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
TiriI0L«8AUB DRALFR8 IN Bacon. Lard, Pork. Hover Berd,
If Dried Apples and IVsehec, and Produce generally.
Bacon HI ?es and Hh aiders, of prime quality, sulub- for South
ern markets, con tvn’l/nn hand
m. GEORGE STARRETT 1865
UA* In store hs Fall stuck, comp* I* ng 2>t varieties and a
slice of t-TOVKl RAN hi and FCkNaC»*, many of /Vim
then tuv ro J'Vira ls ardd e, of Ll» own mike He is
ah-, prepared lo any p! 7 Nprtr,*rn Hot s at wholesale or re
tall, having contra* led ea*ly in the seas n for two entire cargo?*
of the frn best made In this cm:* try, at l->wer p lc*j than the
*;me geo is can now be obtained, also, tumps sod Pl.-eof ail
kinds PIumMny. G*s Fltt eg and Tin work d nc In the best man
ner and cheap. Extra caH' g« alaav* * n t an*.
GEORGE bTARf KIT, Delvin'# How.
se6 _ / vert or sire-t Richmond Va.
\\rilITF GOODS.—We have now In store, of our own lu
ll portat’on, a con.p'et- e>»«»rtoi?u' tl—
White Ca*» b lev and JaCvaclU
B k and Mull Musi nt
Plain and Cheeked NVnvook#
BP hop's aad Victoria Lawns
PI in and Doited MwUa Mu 1'ns
Che* k?d and striped Cambrics
Bonnet Oords
Coaled IHmItif#
PornHu e DImi'Ica
Jr eh Linens, of well known make*
Llnr*i Trii.e Dr masks
Damask T*b.e Cloths and Napkins, part of extra
quality
Towe's
Doylies, Ac., Ac , Ac.
All rf which we » ffer to the trade at rery Imr prlcM
s*15 _KENT, P*IKK A CO.
Kicinao^n aguncy
OF THE
SOUTnEHN PROTECTION
INSURANCE COMPANY,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
* apltal over ..300,000
A.YD CONSTANTLY INCREASING.
rjMIJP COMPANY offers grtabr advantage* to the Partner and
i other* than any Company chartered In the State, by Insuring
with or without a pr- miui,. n. t* If the applicant pre er, he can
pay the full amount of the premium, In cash : or hy brooming a
member, or giving a small premium note, he saves nearly one-half
of i:.e amount charge-1 by F»ock Companies, when Insuring annu
ally. This Is the advantage r«su'tlng from the combination of the
C4SH AND MITTITAL PRINCIPLE.
This Company commenced Issuing Policies against h>ss or dam
age by fire on the ISth day of March, W4, since which time over
ten thousand two hundred persons have Insured and become
members of the Company, and over $100,000 have been paid for
losses
£$P“A!I dlSkrettces In settlement of losses may be determined by
three disinterested Arbitrators af the County where such loss hap
pened. to be mutually chosen he the Insured and the Company.
OFFICERS.
HENRY W THOM AH, President
T. II KORKBTFON. Vice President
THOR. T. IIILL. Treasurer.
WM. WBIGHT, Secretary.
JAMKS T CLOSE, Actuary and Oene-al Agent
|ir Appncst onv tor insurance end *ranl«-<J, alsn, old
Policies renewed. lamoli ets. blank forms of Application, and ev
ery information on the subject of Fire and Life Insurance, furnish
ed gratis on application personally or by mail, to
COCKE A CLOSE,
General Insurance and Collecting Agents.
OFFICF In Exchange Hotel Building, on 14th si, Richmond, Ya.
J sir— dAcly __
1 nftMrKW HARIHUL'l SALT.
LU* ' 25 llerces prime »ug rcur- «1 Hams.
MO hores Adaman ine Candles.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders, L!qu' ’s, FsV Ac.
F r sale on cou ignment. by FNOIXlKAFB A JOHNSTON.
se2A— t*
TO COACH AND WAC.OX MAKERS.
150 KEGS HAMMERED HORSE AND MI LE SHOES;
Jnk/Y/'\ lb*. Iron Axlrs, 12.000 Ihs. Spring* 2< Piets Hubs
HM " 2*50 sets Fpok-s, 10» sets Fellies. 25<» pair* Shafts
Poles, Ac ; 100,0(0 Philadelphia Carriage and Tire Bolts, Moss,
Castings, Bancs, Nalls. Enameled and P.tent Lea'her, Duck,
Drilling, Muslin, Ac., and Oiwch Trimmings of every description,
for sale wholesale and retail, at Northern prices, by
WILLIAMS A WLUOTT,
6T Mala Street, nearly oppo Its Ft. Charles He tel
or 9—wlmAdw _
CAKPKTS! CAKPKTIIM very pretty stock o
Carpets now on hand lor sals by
CHILES A CHEN1RY.
SERVANTS CLOTHING.
A full and complete stock of RE1VANTB' CLOTHING now on
hand, comp l*1ng ail th- h»st mikes.
Say 0-4 and Fill ed Cloths.
FheeVs Greys, CavlnMs, Ac,, for men.
Lln*eys, Ac . for wr nrn.
Blankets, Flannel*, B.cka, Ft;eking*. Ac.
Se18
MILLINERY FALL TRADE, 1800.
IDFFtRF to call alien Ion to my removal from No. 109 Main
street, to the commedlous new building No. 229 Main street, ad
joining the new
“FPOTFWOOD HOTEL,"
between 8th and 9th streets, where I am prepared to exhibit a larg
er stock of
•MLUXURY GOODS
and ready-made Millinery A’tlel s than heretofore, remitting of
Filk.Straw and Velvet Hrnni-ts, BoncitPurae* Ribbon*, French
(.tee C*p« an*! CtriliM. Crape and Mufllj Collar* and Firevr# in
fact*' Cap*, flat* and Cloak* Bu <-),** and Tab-, Ac , lo a 1 itylrs.
In connection with the yer»*ral MlUinerv botlm •* I will ni nnfve
turc to order Cloak* and MantilUa, of »li kind#, In tl-e laical fa»h
ionabTc iiylc*, at reasonable price#. All order# will receive prompt
•.nd #peclalattention. N. C. BARTON
•el ft* Mdn Ft.
WESTON & WILLI AMS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES,
LEATHER AND TRUNKS,
SO. 1ft,
Pearl Street,
Rirlinioiid, Virginia.
»u31—It
WRIT INC* DESKS of Rc##wood, Mahogonjr, or pearl In
laid, For sale vary low by
WM. BATTLER A CO.
se24 14* Ma'n Street
II. MOiimTL'R N
IMPROVED PIANO-FORTES,
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM,
mi RTKENTH STUKET,
CORSE! THUD AVENU*. NEW YORK,
¥3011 » qmrt.r of » renturv the Inatrumenta mann'arturcd *1
r tie abnra i atabH-hment har-ra tied eroneg the (Irat nth,'
country. The'r durall.l.T. ilrcnvlh ond delicacy, f tone and Icoch
n-ehighly appreciate I by >1! who bate firtn them a cbt r n h trim
Thr Proprietor, by giving h!« pereonal a'trot I n to the roanufac
:ure * f each In t'uuicnt In '.II It, d t l‘a, la ernblrd to guata-tee
luptrlor txedlenc • and rellablUly in every reaped. oc5—to
B UR.V SIDE’S
FIRE OLD
'MOXONGAHKI.A RYE WHISKY.
C1 jNRCIENTI >CAI Y entitled by Mr. JAMES BCRS8IDK, tf Al
/ trphany Orunty, Pa . In the old Pa hlonuj honeat way, from
ibe thoiieat Rve and In n ■ e.ae ■ ffrrd for aale until adapted to
whrl-aon.e ua liy cgr. It la at nnre them at palatable, at It I
, mphatlcally the pnt-at brrrraM In the rerch r f the rublle. To
the l-.vadd, aa we I as to th-aeln heilth, It comm-rdiltarlf for It*
nrrlraleil qnalltlnaa aattuula t of th- tafeit, anreat and mo,t
btnefleient detcr'ptlon. For aale In tarrela, krga, Ac., and pnt up
In ealta af cuj dt a.-n belt’ea each.
CI.F.BT A 8TOCKDALR, Pro, rl'tora,
828 Walnut 8t., Ph ltdel; hla. Pa.
WM. C. COSOYKR, Agent,
423 Pennayiracla Avenue. Wwliingtvn Ci'y, D. 0.
0. A R N. WHITE, Jr., Agente,
net—d*m_ _M Oedar Street, New Turk.
FIRST CLASS
MEDICINES. -ft
MEADE Sc BAKEK, TK
PHARMACKCTItl 8 AND VENDORS OP
Pure and Reliable Medicine?*
CHKM10A!8, PHARV ACECTICAL PR0DICI8,
Surgical Ir.*tru- eota ano Appllancea
Me. Icloe I'h-ala f r PI nutiota. Pamltlea and Travelera
London Mia'lc- dock In, Phyaldana’Paddle Saga
Trtuaea and Pupportera
Mineral Wale a, honied At the Spring*
Flrtt quality pir'uxe'T, P mad-a and Co*matlqaaa
Porta Monnlea, Toilette Mirren, Comte, ltrutbaa
Me' lel-al Waret and Apparalu
Magnetic Marhlnta, Bo., Be. All nf the brt qnaltty,
Aid At the lowett ratea. MIADk A BAKER.
•alt 16, MAin St, Cor. abort P, o , Richmond, Ya.
^ SOUTHER!) LOCI MAXUFATOKY. ^
DWELLING Locke of every dracriptlon ; 311dlng Door me
mlnga of the beet quality. Abu, Prieon aod Bank Loeka ;
Ulngea and BuIU of any height. Beib bong, with or wfthott
Tvbea.
AU KINDS 07 REPAIRING DONE.
Aa I aell no work bat my own manufacture, 1 am prepared te
Warrant it to gtvt entire aatlafacUon to thoae who may favor me
with a call.
WILLIAM READT,
KO Main Street, betwen bth and 7th,
felO—ly Kk.uuoid, Vn.
FLOWS FOR FALLOW IXG.
K H. STARKE,
No. 62, Nloln Mreef, Uirre Ituora wbovrth
< liurleo Hotel.
WOULD CALL TIlK An hr* * ION *.P FARMERS TO HU
.1., an Pl.OWJ, HARK >WS,U'I.TI"A.
TORA SktD HGWRV*, DRILL-, Ae, Ae.,
manurtetu'ed ty Mm expreeely for Summer
and Pull operation!.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION <e called to the fact
that he wtil ae I the heet three-burae view now
In uee In Virginia fur
TFS DDLLIRS:
Ar.d 11, after trie’, It dcee not prove the beat, he will take H back
fr.e of charge. Tolhoee who uee the OGEE BxA 'R PLf.WS, No.
It and No V. lie would aayth-tthei can be ruppllrd at the low
price of EIuIIT DOLLAR* for No. II, and FIVE DOLLARS for No.
Ceettnva for every Plow In nae on hand.
Garden and field read* of every varltty, warranted aa pure aa
can be had
fW a liberal dbor.nnt made te tl,e trade.
an 1-tf ___P H STAREK,
SHARIS' PATENT
COLTER HARROW.
\TTK !nv le the attention of the Furmlng CorumiinilF
NEW HARROW
which has been tried by man i rac-'cal Karr-.era. and prononncAl
i-F thorn to bo I'1, very beat Irtolem • • yet made, for preparing
the liod for acedl-g email rv.ln, ar.d efr-ctuaily covering ih >ama
after lceding, will, two hota-e d ir.g the wo It of alx ilngb Plowa
We have purcluued tr.e right for the late of Virginia, ard art now
manufacturing hem for the cubing Kaaon,ar.d leepeclfully ln»1ta
an examication of them,
lyij__ ^GEORGE WATT k CO.
GKO. 8. LOWNEP. WM. B. <XX>£
LOWIVES & COOK’S
Foundry and Manufactory,
KQHTV «TB«rr, VU1 DA'I, KCUOiQ, TXMSli.
HAVIHG tarn addition to our ebop, to salt t:.« Heather’.
trade, wc wi!! »cll at the Nortbuni prices of Jfri® We hara
over 100 flfertDt <1i.- rn» of Plato ar.d OmsmenUI HailniK*
Vi rands*, Hn>coiil s, Porrh P1»T7». Utndow
(■nards, hv, Ac., Vault *c,i r. *r Hoaire, Iron Bosh, HhaUera.
and general Blackmiihtog and flo' tog done with ceatceai aad
iea’Utch.
|?|f(Vmet«ry Railing for th« « aua ;,r. e #o aa lo be pat up
hv sn orltoar* bimIudIc JaSO—If
GROCERIES. LIQCuKs. TEAS, 40.
FALL
WIKSTOX A i UWim
H4VF now Ir. atore, and receiving eortttntly, which they offer
to the trade
27J hhds. B own Sugars, P rto R co and Muscovado,
»»'»»»<• •'ho co
d' 6 hr It helloed do , of all grades.
TPO hags k!o, Lcgoa* rt end Java Coffees.
605 yt pipes, 34, 3s • 1*16 sod tolls of Liquors of
al: grades.
1000 sides of assorted ?oV leather.
rap cf si! grades
With a heavy s ock ©f every ill geise uni liy kepllo a wholesale
Grocery, wMc they offer on faVo**olc terms to the trade.
H*r»t 8- ' Stn
hill I' BBOKIU
mil* undeniKnc J hire thl. do/ funned* eo ;..\rtner»hlp under
A the itrlt cf : JLl-upAfGU A READ, fer the purpee of coo* *
ducting the FHU’ BROKERAGE fcailr.e«. end ruipcettally .olldt
the p*irea»fe of their friends end the public.
A. VfLMPArOIf,
JAM Ed 0. READ,
0»ry »nd leth ftrteU, corn, i ucfc
tlrhmnnd Jmib.it let. f*W> i,w_\j
PHUUM I'LlATATlO.V
GRIST MILL.
11 HU* It a s'irple, dor .Me a» d efficient Plant tU<n «*BIFT MILL.
. It has bee i award'd first premiums al sil Pal'S whrrelthas
been exhibited. It '* adapted for Horse, Gin, Steam or Water
I’owe-, and will grind f'om six to tw !ve boshe • per horr, accord*
Ing to d*g e- o' f nencss required. Price and f25titra for
Bolt fo making four.
Pend for d«»»crU>tB e Circulars contalnlnc testimonv from farmers
acd others, and address
WM. L. BOYIR A BROTHER,
Implement M«nu'actorrri,
a-H—*»1m_Philadelphia.
WILCOX gibus*
SEWING MACHINES.
IXTSXTin ST
J. F. GIHBA, mill Point,
Pf CAH0NTA8 COUNTY, VA.,
AND Is manufactur'd under patents granted to him and James
Wlllcox. dated June 2. lfifti re l««urd July 1*. 1**8. Patented
August 10, 18W, Primary 21,1^*60 A's© Ilf cer-s d under six other
Patents, roverirg tbs entir c<netuc'lon of the Mac in* ; roose
qu* ntlr, there can be no 1 ligation la regard to the t stmt r*gh
It Is leas rem: Heated and the most perftet woiklng hewing Mo
chlie now In use.
It forms a flat, even and elastic a-am, which la warranted not to
rip In wet*, and Is reliable upon *11 k'? Os of fat rice
Price$86to $76. Ivory Machine warrant'd
JOHN A. KELVIN,
Belvl. ’s Block,
«*pfl 12th and Governor sirte(&
I 4 * \ A i oTToLi \ A C.
THE nndc:a,n<d 1 avlt g be*n sppo rtr.i «i<w.i agents In this city
for the sal-oftl e anrve < Id nn<i wrll knowr b atsdofOof •«
Brandy, to call tie at'enti* n tf ti e trade to the vary
purer r q*.i litw of this article, which they offer for rale frem
Doxr>Kn W a swore**, ard to arrive «>lrect.
They now rflVr lor sal«* a shipment. a pirt c9 which Is rf the
fdntur. rf *« 17-»:n. _ 1 • n D«VEVPOHT.
I j clud og the fir e«r qasUUefl brought to this cow. try, of car cwn
liti| o lallco, just lauded and for tale by
f*FLI £V 4 M T L* R,
•el9 Cor. Pearl end Cary Sts.
OLP WINES ANO LIQI OIIS.-VobavtatiUttofl
a !u I ••fortn.eot rf the *U v • goods, wfckh we warrant of
th- r-ry b«* t *n l pcrr»t quallil* a tra* orted, . til vhLhw* w.ll soil
at Ibe 1 jwcst price*, in quacilueo to suit ponhaarra.
eELL'KN * Mil.LEW,
Ml9_ Cor. Pearl and Cary 0U.
KIIARPLEMS BROTHERS
CORNER Of CIIIPTNCT AND ‘■TH NT*., PHILADELPHIA
In the tame rqeere a* the
COSTISETTIL A\P tilttlFD HOTELS.
ARE conttently rrc»lrlr* of their own Importation* all the new
eet an.l r.chett Itrlri of
RICH SILKS.
Paris shawls,
GRENADINES,
EO CLARIS,
POPLIN SB,
BLACK SILKS,
EVDR0I0RBIE8,
rCRNTSniNG GOODS,
rtlVEK STCFPS
rails A.vn eovx weak,
IS I.HEAT VARIETY.
Oanon carefully executed._sefr—dffM
COAL OIL L ATI PM!
SHADES, CHIMNEYS AND .
■WICKS,
WK harr on h*nd tome BA different pattern* of
COAL OIL,
STAND,
HANGING,
and SIDE T.4 vrs,
SH/DES, WICKS, Jo.,
Which *C offer lo Ihe City and Country Me cl nnif, at eery low
price*
The beet and cheapest light, eicept Car row In ui.
WM r. HCTUB J SON.
•el9 No. 19 earl Street.
FALL AND WINTER SALES. "
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.
BREEDEX k FOX,
217 Broad Street,
WILL open on Monday, IT h 8ert»juhe». their Fall i»erk af
Goods, emb*ac‘ng • II the new <*<ticn' In luidl- ** Dreaa Mika,
P istsd Mousel nrs. French merino « | ! h Fot.ll •. Val«*tla«, Va*
lores, 4 c, with a full of plaaU ion and hrureketjhug ods.
Haring Import.d a pvt of our Fore nGoids dnet »• think w*
can offer extra indue*, mental* our city and c unUy frier. 4s;
Cloak*. Manlln andbhaula, f »h* dm; fashionable styka hi
Velvet, Cloth, and oth-r nater'ala;
Carpet!lags, Diuggets and Hug*;
A full *»ock In Velvet Tap-tUt ,
Brussel«, tt ply aod Ingrain, all of uhlch we rhall effer on th*
most reasonable terms. BHEEBEM 4 FOX,
»< *8 91T Broad Greet,
GAS (HMDELIERaS.
WE have just opened some rew and beaut ful pattens (f
CHAM>FI/FRB, PrNl>AN18. 4c.
which are cf the latest and n «wt approv'd order The a’t*ol!oB
of purchasers la Invited to our ur.usually large aud ccmpk is stoex
GAS FIXTURES.
which will be .old u low Htlur eetebi'ehm,nt South. R«mem
ber we keep coly th* biet and the yrreliet vrrtfty.
STEBB1XS, PI I.LEN S CO,
■eS6 till I road I'reeC
HT W ** EOkCOP K* AND RTF BEOS TOPIC
VIEW*. We h»T* » freeh etppiy r f tbeet yreda, jnat to bend,
•I prlaat that (at ant fall la gl»« ••tlelkitlrn. I‘l,,»e rail ard ax.
amine them at WM. SAYYI IB SCO’S.
uU Hi Mate lWeal,

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