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• VOLUME 64. RICHMOND, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1860. _NUMBER 245.
• RICHMOND DAILYJWHIG,
TUMI:
DlOy r*Mr, 99 y» u»e; Semi-Weekly, 99 5 Weekw. IS U
n;i a vltun. lemlttiacte miy be aide it the nek of thk
Pillfchen ll ill oeeee where evidence le token an Ike de|x*K of i
loiter la the Poet 0*ee eoititnlay moicy.
IMBTUk
One lyun, HI Ueee) ee Wee, on. Ineerdoo .
Koch edditlocoi Inecrtloa...... 1®
One coath without oltentloi.9* ™
Three do «o .10 »
Ue do do .**»
Twelve do do .»»
Two Syiiree, Three soilhk..I® 00
■Si ..•» <*
. tt MUO
To ideerttoeraeu: to bo ooariidel cd by iho month or yetr
■nleee vpceidtd on the MiaaocHpt, or prevlouoly onreed upon bee
tweva Ihe purttM.
An advertisement not marked oa Ihe copy ter a spectfled num
ber of insertion* vtt! be continued until ordered sat, sad payment
•itriel KwrtHBjiy.
Rubcuas AMimuim-To avoid say mbnnderstaadlnf
•a the part of the Aunuu Advertisers, it Is proper to stat< fiMtmcilf.
that G*-!r privilegesoaly eeten-ts to their i-nraedUte business, teal
Sonic, Legal aad all other Advertisement* seel by them to be an
additional charge, and no variation.
iW Real kstalc and General Agents* Adve.tlaemect* not to be
laser ted by the year, but to bo charged at the usual rates, 9 object
to such discounts so shall be agre—l up«»n.
£GT Books*-llers and yearly advertiser*. generally, engaging one
or more tpaares, with iho privilege of change, shall not, oa their
year v average, la any one w. ek. insert more than the *m«uat
agr -d upon as the standing rgje under the contract, and all esi.ee
ding *nch amoant to bo charged at the 'usual rtln.
Advertisements Inserted !n the Semi-Weekly Whig at T5 real*
p«r * )uarc of IO 'ines sr lew* for the Aral insertion, and SO cents
per sipiar- for each r«stf»«v.iv, or if weekly, ?S <*cnta
WM. th WlUitauk bAliriL V. RK1I>
VVILI.I \U* A KEID,
PUOUUCK
CoavmiSitiou Moivhnnta,
W. K i•VJt.VSS VAt.yi’T A.\r> SXil‘Ml> dTKSST,
rimlumnti, Ohio.
Solicit orrfeee hr ill 1.1 b vf Write a lice, »n.l talk
Bberw! « i*la tdvai' cw on I'oaccnaicuU for nle. or
• M T« hwu4IW*' b..c<Mll. I It-ieJ. !. w onl of purrhia.n.
n'*—d*f _
HOOFING!!
iiKAVl.t HOOmG!!!
fk.N \ it)K frKLT) KuOF19ti?l!t
TIT KIMIKING.
We nr# now prepare*! to .w* no the ORA V *L ROOTING, of a
Very superior jwa»itv vlths* In town or country.
Also, all kinds ofOrfT*R*.
CONDUCTOR*,
and I.HVlTVITG ROD*.
. C:MRl..«S D. T ALK A CO.,
ipta—tr
1)L4irca \ t\ »».
'•¥ %r-hout. on th- Ihn-k. I -hall W.-*p< •»♦**' v on hand a
su,.t / MJ*c nsstLUtlP PLVtTICK, which » will* t at th- U-west
m t Ait rale* AH rUster soldby m-wtlbe WITIGtlkte OUT A*t
DiiLlVf!Rg*t, *a there win h*- u*> ***** *a wei;;M to the cnasnuter,—
O' i .1 the Ira k- idled oo a* -i>Odm*>dauug U*. mu.
LIVK 161*001. AMI LONININ
riKi; HM KUiD iOMPUY.
Capital, $! 0,(XK\(_KX>!
kHUlXL INCOME, $ 2, - & 0, D00 l
Maii) HrVrmf
INVITED IN TliK UNITED 8TA ri2*. «»VKR
Au lUr+U'r* /’ere. kullj .V.w* •* *IW# Ar /As AV»V'V‘’ "***~ </
Ms (Wja—y.
WE respectfully au aMidi to the security of the Liverpool
an«1 JLo<fki> In—r an re C« mp*rv,to iu ;»« !!«•/ holders *n Us
Urge cash spiral * »d Investment*. una^l *h«»re.
The Urge rapita) *'>d liK*-'«a*- - I the Company ?oaMrllUt\k«
lines • lovrslwil to part’*-* requiring large aim. unU of Insurance.
In addition i the ordiuao .u »lr of Inarssrr, this ('•»«> p* r. v ls»
■ j». / JT* V l \ XVT/'< >U*'/A\\ .m ike paj met *. *.f 7*4' V .1 A.\ U
A r/tgurr VX l*ro*>erty U, then* e*>r»h, f'JCRMA Vff v 77. y
JXSrBMO. The Policy can he •-srrcUc I at any lime, and theprs
mlam wril he returned less 3 per cent.
T^* 0 nymny mill make insurance by Joes .>f Rer.ts by fire, on a
new *nd rv.>et liberal prii. riple.
Un ler the Foliclca of tb.a Company *11 cUtrns *re pal J upon ore
lenlaU *n of utjfutory pr-'ofof loss without-:A«il4*iNe*Xor J#lru*
h**s r*r iAbrul ; and not, as Is usual.sixty p*ts after nrcsenla
* .a of proof. WORTh iM A WYATT, Agents,
«nfc£1 li Main street, under St Charles Hotel.
CHEAT ATTRACTION.
Excellent Balaam?* in
1> K V « OO DS
F-»R C%8»l ONLY.
THO*. D. 4|1V%HLKN * MINI will offer this morn
In*—
Bcauli.*il Lawns anU ino. ts, HM©
Y-ry fine Organ il-s and Jaconets. 16c
French Chi .ts Brilliants, 16 %nd R>C
Foulard fit-ka at 'Ac, eery heap
hsr.as ban la a l iM, t* and 87c, very cheap
Cambric 81 eev «a at lijffi
Lacs * do at 3»»«
Cambric and Mu*In Setts at S0«.
Th* a bo re Gvods are offered at a great sacrifice In order to close
them at ones.
jjt* m BROAD BTRFVT
1»A iltLF XHL«. or WOOD’S JIO. 1 FIJI
»)U ILT R*'K KURINS*.
3 bbla. of wood's No 1 Family Cut Herrings
80 do. of Wood's No. 1 Fam ly Grom Herrings
, lo do of Anton's puree Cider V’usg^r
Its** tiuren Oly Family lUnu
80 palls of Georgia ami Hrk*" Farm v Lard
. 10 chests of fresh Green and Black Teas, something eery
fine Indeed.
80 bbla. of superior New Family and Kxtra Flour, warrant
ed to give sauafacu. n.
For sal# by ROBERT h. R. DARN1Y,
Grocer Who'^ale and Irlal,
M|l) Comer of Broad %nd Tth Ptreeta.
t\ UEXXET,
• PSALM I.
HATCHES. JEWELRY .AMI SILVER HARE,
iagi.k *yr»AR, sum *trrilT.
HI* hm*>a*i, V»,
KYKRT DMCRUT10M OK
WATCHES, IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY
riRKU, COUIL, LAVA AND HKkHL MKTS
XII.VKR TKA SKTX,
• FITCUKRS, eOBLKT*.
FFOONS AND FORKS,
SILVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS,
Itoons, Forks, Lsdi«-s, Ac., Ac.«
-r _
WK IfltYK IN NTOKK A>D Offrr for Half
ou u faeorabU temu *s the article can bo Imported for, fif
Iv pa-kagm (M, \ and s pipes) of pare and boot quality FRRNCH
RRANDT. of Mr «wu importation. _
^ . ALTRT A LIPSCOMB.
' CUICKERI.NG pianos.
Anew and fan supply of these splendid Instru
ments h*Ye been received.
la addition to the beautiful Koi« le N«ds,theClr
ou'ar Action, and the Gr*nd, w* have n«*w the Boo-F I Fit*
do'r, a beautiful Instrument of an upright form.
The CLicterings have received first nrioe tr.cdnla. all over re*
nnwne.i competitors and from first rank ia*t»-uii<»ne and fairs of
Ameri a and of Europe. They hare max. a factored and sold more
fr->m the Chlck-rlnga hare emanated the heat and moat perma
nent intproremente that hare brought the Plano lo Itg preaenl per
fe-tl >n and by the great capital they hare In reeled In manafac
tnrtni coneenlenee^ they can tell fully «lty percent ebeaperlhas
any other factory. Non* of their Inetrumenl* leare th* ware room
Without haring been hilly inapeete I by the heat artiata.
Ai thi» (actory haa aerer more than on* agency la n city, In
Richmond thee* Inetrumenl* can only be etdd by the aohocrlber.
The factory warrant* all Plano* w* cell. Order* promptly at
tended la ... ___
Warerooma, north aide of Broad .tree*, near Kh, and at Hablle
ton A Brother't. No. ldi Mala atreet_
..11 N ATH'L OARUSI, Sole Agent.
ii iKDiix
ItqHlH AodOKJil'INK UARBRNH'RIM «'•*« with Ih* gl^
inc-e care, and a pp-.e-l at W: ..!.**!• or R.tall To* ~ i~
tra '* far hiked .-'Ihor In pa-l»!e for r*t*l' rg. rr n bolt. A ...
prim • tlreer, Tim- tar .Oreharit lleril (*r*»*. Kentucky Blue fir«*e.
tuemltei kiegii-au. Ac Aleo, Piull rod Oroameotal Trc
aad Shrubbery a carry rarlrty.
’ PA8CHAU. M0RSI3,
Seed and Agre-iWurrl Warrh- u«e,
a 7th tad Mai k.l, TWIa-Mphla.
AkiKHTLTCKtL USD HORTICI LTI RAL IMPLEMENTS.
AORICl'LTCRtL AND BORTI JULTCRAl IMPLRWPST8
in erery rartety, cooe.iUng af P **-. Harm*-, Cn lira ~T?
irt H-rrt U*e*. li re- Purer* -aI Tbr..here. Hum 8-rll.n
PnrtaMe Drain b id*. Ilrein P- u*. Hay and Colton Pc—ea, 8org
* ham Keepor-ter*, ftretrl Boi *, Portable Cider Mil’-, Wo.l i
Moeer uid Manny'* I mklnr l B- tper anil Mowtr, Uay, Straw
aa-l P..*td r 1'utt-■*, with erery thing for th*- farm and Gar-1 n,
at Wholeaale aad B. tall Impioted brink. of Stock an re lolly 1C
Im -ka«( tad ih!pi>p<l w oftlff.
P4SCHALL MORB1A,
Agtricuiifkral *nl W*r*hcu»*.
—<f*m Tkh and Mark.-t, Ph4Ud*li*M&.
eW”tllu»u*ted Imp'emeot*. Seed and Nonary Catalogue*, fur
B'sSed o 1 remlmloa of -lui|»_
MATHMITII’Al IkHTRiURNflt' dtr-et lm
portati- n. tbe b**l and largest aaaortmrut erer offeied is
ihi* ly at price* al lo ii per >et Portal* by
WM. SATTLBR A CO.
•fig Ml Maln ldreet_
PICK Llht- VlkHltU AND NPIfb R.—Retired
p *r packet from Suit!,Held, 13 bbl*. WUruu'l CIDER VIN«
04k. W# aho bare alae aaaurtmaatef 8ph.ee. notu beaarpaa*
*ad la thla city MINN1S A CO.
_.*4 _eoraer »d aad Mala ata
np mcuMoxi* ivrmuis, gp
• . FOOT OF MAW STRUT, ROCKETTS,
AND
CORNER OF CART AND 14TH STREETS,
, Hit'll TION D, Vi.
• KEESEE <56
PROPRIK fORSL
. mm labe-riber* reapectfnlly it farm th* merchant* of Virginia,
* A North Carolina and Teoneaae#, that they are manufacturing
the heat quality of
STONE-WARE,
Which they will a*U at Ih* eagy krwwit pataca, wkA aUbtral die
t for oflaA,
AH Ware eotdby aa *U1 be detteared In any part of lb*
Oily free of charge. THOR W tuna,
auto___ DAVID PAUL
A Dll BULI. Very attpe-ior old Rye WhUky, of eaitou*
bran-la. fur aale by
amH _ M. J0N18.
. 60 ”*** * * *”•“ ‘ ^ » M. JOK*
M.JOKU.
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE.
WB Invl* V\c attention of Merchants now visit in* our market
to the or usually large and attractive stock of
FALL CLOTHING, •
sow la store, anil ready for their Inspection. We hare taken great
pains, aud used our Important advantages, snd 'Ion* experience In
the
MANUFACTURE OF THI3 STOCK,
and Hatter oureelree that we offer ee peat inducement* In
STOCK,
STY LIS
AND PRIC1S,
ae those of any house, in any city In the Union.
^ KCKN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS,
Mpj 1M Main street.
MEW C L O Til I M V .
Fall of 18f>0.
DARRACOTT, HARRIS & CO.,
nAVK Received a large a-'oek of Clothing, embracing all the la
test styles «nd t|Utildes
Black Dress full!
Kan** CtHlwerp folia
B>ack ana fancy Tricot Suita
Ycloelum Hum 1 ok fulls
ttt.k a: d Velvet Y«wu
Mark and fancy Pants
Undershirts end drawers
hh'rts anU Collars
Neckties, Uloves and forks
Which ws are offering at very low prices. Ca 1 and examine
them at DABUAOOrr, HARBI0 A CO S ,
ocS _lVi Main ft eet.
intto. A.xn i**so.
PALL AND WINTER STOCK
OF CLOTHING,
AT
Simpson Ac Millor’s,
WaniiUi'tiirirsiiu ! Drillers lu
SUPERIOR CLOTHING.
\vrs have now open at II* Mtin st, a large stack of Clothing of
VT evrry variety, s’vle and «|Uaiity, at very low prices.
ov kr < o.tts. sack ogams,
BUSINESS AND DRIBS COATS.
Preach. English and American Cass. Pants
Furnishing Woods, of every d,script cn
E very aitlcle ..f cl thing et the I 'a.St price* at 11* Main sL, op
posite Mitchell A Tyler's evN SIMPrUIN A MILLER
NOTICE.
ffllir tuhecriher haring wide a change In hit huslocee on the 1st
1 of July last, m.„*s It necessary that all accounts due him pre
vi.au w> that rime ah ull be Cooed. He would, therefore, ask o’
his old friends aud ru<loa>ers to come forward and discharge thcr
indebtedness. ThsnViul fr- oast favors, ha would ask a contlmi
once ol their pairouage to the new concern of SPENCE A It ARY.
K It SPENCE,
No. 1», cor. Main and l.'Uli Sts.
Richmond, Ang. 3», 1tv*d. _aaH-1
COP.1 HTNBRRHIP.
1 HAVE this da* associated with me. In the Merchant Tailoring
and It. ml* Made Cl thing lio-dne-s, WM. «♦. OARKY, ol
Bordton, Mecklenburg. Co., Va-, said C. par.nemhp to dale from
Ju’y 1st, I 'EM. The business will hereafter be conducted under the
name and stale of Sp*r*ce A Oorvy.
Ofateful for the very liberal patronage I have received tor thr
past SO years would most respectfully ask a continuance of the
same to the new concern. R. B SPENCE,
jv3t No. IN* corner of Main and ISth Street
IMPROVED PUL Ait'll VOKK SHIRT EMPVKIl'dl.
Oont l<‘mens FumishinixGoods
hav- now *»u hand owrMikl del bhirta, a!l prfcrca, qualities
Tf aad st>K*w, a liiah wi are cIgsIq* oul it reduced prwe*.
THesr tfhlita are all mad*-with the foumas Improved french
V 'itp, and are warrants d to fit.
Our tauntmmen114 Ylci and Cravats can’t be beat la the Hlf of
Blchm i os I
We tt-Mkl call itirfflln l«* Mr large itock of Under Shirts anti
i full line* Id fllk, Uaua<
Mi iIb«‘«*i. Lin**n, tu.l l*«»tU»n
Wp Save tnervaard our fartttlsi for making fhl.ta lo order, at
t t fll w.ir-x dcd.
Abu, un liuiJ, a Guo slock of K«n !jr Made OU.Hi in**.
HTI ItTKV ANT A MAOWIRV,
Jelft No. l»l Maiu ArcH, Cor. 14th Hi*
ttKtMSE E\TRAtTOK,
fOR **M< •% i MW
IMIYT, TIB, WA1,
01 A9TfclNdO*
G R E A S E,
rsuw ill Kiir*i<*
BILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND FROM
Broadcloth*. CassimeroH, &e
R'd'uitd Vu *UykU*l injury U> Vu/nhri<•*.
rY^illff *rti> :«• h va H«*eu used l»y many persons throughout Ih
i country, and has received the highest lUMMaMMA It
alf» received the slhrer medal at the last Mechanics’ Fair. It Is
made i*» the city, and deserves the patronage of the .'*.«uth. To be
had of the principal druggists and a* ay laboratory, comer Main
at.1 loth »u, Richmond, Va. RDWARD T. FINCH,
fa1$—ly Analytical Chemist.
KKFP 4'ilOL !—The celebrated unexcelled “©IIALLFNGK*
K* FRIGHR \TOR with able ventilator. W ,ter Coolers, varl
owiit'S *cd patters; Ice Pitchers, all sixes aod patterns. Mas
ter*! patent * #>e tumole” Ice Cream Frcesers, and a variety of
other k di. fer sale at reduced prices.
We •%!! |.irtlcu'ar attention to the justly celebrated “CHAL
l.KNDK" RKFRKGKRATOR, corsMeriug It the beet article evet of
fere far «ai • In this place, and tii«r»f>'re roeommend It with ooofa®
■>t r •• eived, a few ouir of Which are -•
rues .-j. Persons In want of the shove, are requested to call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere
G.U BARD AMIN, Js.,
til Main SL, Richmond, Va.
WHEELER <Ss WILSON
MANTFACTUKIXG COMPANY’S
SEWING MACHINES.
tr |)0,lKNI. WI.IKHI. Ji
HtVF been so»*l and the universal satisfaction warrants the
Company in rec jtnmccdLng an 1 warranting it in the streag
' OPINION OFTHt PRF8R OF VIROINU.
TTie beet we have seen.— JCtamin^r.
The w.irs l« strong and perfect - -cVidius
No other at all - umpires.—AmiA.
Contains every late Improvement—(’ewfruZ /V^jflerWA
U does all!* propose*.— Enyuirtr.
Is superior to any.—iMmHBs TntnarripL
Is decidedly the beet - J*f rumuin /.'•/•uA/fcirm,
Most excellent Bl«M Bulo4 SUpublut*a.
Far the best— Flirrrsfc»s
It take* the lead. — Ftuy s/*9C
Superior to any — F«*. «irmew.
The beet In use —lV/>*/>er Observer.
The most complete —B'- kinykt»m RtyUtsr.
The beat made — WUUy Ihmotral
Without a rival.- SrUntiA Jmeriiitn.
Recent improvements make It the most complete and perfect
machine ever offered to the public.
K. H. CRAIDK, Agent,
HI Main PL Richmond.
togd Johns.>n's Hall, Norfolk.
ANIf HM’ABI GI .IKO. -1Mt*ns Rarvts Islands or Amer
1 *an Guano, warranted genuine, for sale low to close.
aalT-if A. A UK, on the Dock.
TAUDWILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE WROCEBS ISO COMMISSION MUUUANTS,
CVRNKR CARY AND I ATM SIRICKTS,
HICHMONIKVA
VRK no* r*cct.l»g their full Snpplv of aroeerfea, to which the
attention of Cvli» .1 prompt dealers are re.|Ur«1*d. To inch
th.y arc disposed to »ell .t the lowest market nlo. Tl.t•/ now
have In *orc .
lt«> hh.U prim* Porto Rico an«l Ctih. Sugar.
*». bl U A. Kv.raC Oruilnd, Powdered, Granulated and
Cut loaf Pugara
8u boiea I*j»r Sugar.
«.»i b-la. N 0 . Porto Rico and Muvovedo Molaasea
bltn Knglleh l.Iantf •*"!»#**.
lutthtde (trch«rahana*n*aPyrup
Hfti bag* print* Rl > C IT**
gtw t.«» Hid tlo.rrntucni Java do (v*rjr suprrior)
8 t»* k*c* Old !)■ minion Nalla
1M« aid*. Ac I* leather, good and good damaged
tun pkga Cron and Heck Tina, aooiv v*r, cb dee
8 *•' Bo*ee Adamantine and Tallow Candle#
INI ho.ea Itoap
l:.*i Hi. Co'ton Varna
,tit rcama wrapping, le tter and Cap Paper
] mi keg* L*f*‘ BMa
.>*0 roirc Window UIUI
hot hi Axes
»»* dot. Back. to._»°M
UGHTK * BKAUBt'RKV’S PIANOS.
IITI CALL the attention of the cltlsena of Rich
AY mon-t an J Virginia, u> our Piano Fortes WRjWjSFB
»t have p aced ellh Mr. Carust, that their .taa.!llea,^R™w*d®t2®'j
In every reaped, may be tested by the side of the! I Til'
fame.) Chi, k>-ring's.
We warrant all our Ptonoo, and eon show aa high and aa name. I
roos testimonials aa any factory In the country. All of which coo
he teen at Mr Carnal's on Broad Street, Id door from 9th.
dal A— LIOHTB A BRADBl'RRT.
I '\ K i “II” AMD COFFER SI B»K.
ItaalT f..r sale !.» Iitnis t lufKi*lll.l.l'.
IOK FAR.WEMS.
PRIME HEAVY BROGANS,
maiieexpress for ns.
\\r r. have to Store a Urge stock of very xuperlur SHOKS, made
YY In og'r.i aisle, of all siaea, fl>r Men, Women and B«.ya. Also,
Men's heavy double long Wg HooU, solvable for ditchers and farm
hands. These Shoe* will wear double as long as any can he
—.-I- in V'rglma. We have sold them to some of the largest and
Inmt farmer* In Virginia, and they prcm.unce them la !>.• the heal
dkoe they have ever given the'r *e vanta; they have worn them
twelve months. We Inslte all In want af realty prime Sh .es, to
call an.1 examine them. We have also the Men's Armory Shoe*,
and Meo'a and Boy's Sewed Richmond made Brogans. We will sell
them very low for the <|uallUeo. __
,43 FUTRRT A WATTS.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
■,,x.\ A(Ui AOANUKR VAI.LKY RAILBUADIST MORT
* ,yV/.x M I Vr gage. * per cent bonda, eonneetlog with the
Riehmood an.l Danville, and Raleigh and fluxion Railroads. 51
miles long, coating over one million of dollars, with a mortgage of
only tfkl.dO') For a mlnote description ofihe present condition and
future prospect of the Company, pamphlets can be had at our oh
-AUO—
fsxal Ve. and Teoneenee, S.l mortgage
laaMi Vork River » per cent. Honda
D*x> Virginia d'a
bu sham Richmond Fire Aaooelatlon
Rl do Fire and Marine
^VS 40 #,U,t ^"“O0''£*$ PURCELL A CO.
1800.
DRY GOODS,
FOR THE
FALL TRADE.
WK are prepared to offer to Merchants the largest and heat
atock of (foreign and American Dry Ooodo,
aver eihlhtied by oa Our storks of Briilah and Frvn-h floods are
of our own Importation, selected to the Kurooenn Markets, by one
of our Arm. We have k lorg ttock of American fabrln of every
grade, suited to the Southern trade, all uf which we will sell aa low
ao they can be bought to any market lo this coootry, to the prompt
da months and exah Made. All inch we ace determined to please
,f they will give na^ehanee^_RLLffTTA DEEWRT.
Garden arbd for fall rowing.
Earl/ Largo York Cabbage
Do Oaheart do
Do Sugar loaf do
Large Drunh'ad do
Do Flat Dutch do
tarty Caul Bowen
Round Savoy Hpan'ah
artffln Curtod Ra'e
■arty Rotter Lettuce
Du Hardy Uammeranllh do
Black and Fpan'sA Radish, for tale by
*4 WM PAUfl*. SON A CO.
RICHMOND WHTG.
GRAND DEMOCRATIC POW-WOW—DEMOCRATIC
TYCOONS IN COUNCIL.
CXUFIIXI.L, Oct. 10.
7b the Editor of the Whig:
In accordance with the piinted bills lately posted over
the county, a portion of the Democratic Tycoons and u
parcel of old maids and ugly married women assembled
at McDaniel’s Camp Gtouud, iu the County of Campbell,
ou the 8th hast The owners aud managers of this Camp
Ground act on the old adage of “Pray Lord," "Pray
Devil;" for they do not know iuto whose hands they will
fall. One week, a camp meeting for the conversion of
sitincm is held—another, a barbecue with dancing and
theatrical performance* is held; aud lastly, tho ball is
wound up w ith a Locofooo barltecue, tingle-foot, pine
top aud bust-bead whisky, fist and skull lights, Ac., Ac ,
Ac.
About 11 o’clock tho crowd had assembled, and was
variously es'imatcd from 200 to 27,000, and was called
to order by Senator Lynch, who seemed to be laboring
under a spell of St. Pit us dame, who thought it exceed
ing’y proper iu these days of "weal < c w e," that the
meeting should be opened with prayer, and thereupon,
introduced brother Win. II. l’earinan to the Almighty
aud the ladies aud gentlemen, and the gentlemen uud la
dies present; who thereupon, iu a loud and audible man
uer, prayed that the Almighty might lead them "or r Tile
wu.hkr.niss,” and show them the right path, but hoped,
if it was the same thing to him, that he would teach
them all to vote the Democratic ticket, lie prayed iu
an especial manner for the great (?) Democratic party,
and uot tor ike salvation of souls, .is ha was wont to do.
Prom bis ’manner and voice, one would have thought
brother Pcurmati was addreasiug a deaf and dumb asylum,
instead ol an all-wise, all-seeing aud omnipotent being. An
old lady remarked,1 the reckoned it wa% the >1 itsr timeeince
thi* world uni* made, lh.it a Mkrilobisr Pukaciixk h id
ecer been introduced to the Alukiuty by a Locoroco
Sknator Prayer being over, singing was dispensed
with; but upou examination of Brother IVarmau’s hymn
book, it wa< found to be dog < ired at the words, “ Show
Pity Lord, <th t Lord Forgive !" At Ibis juncture ol
the proceedings, the Pall Ucarcr of the Dcmxratiu Party
stoic, and iu a slow, solemn and mournful iilauinr, in
troduced to ihu congregation, the Right lion, cx Gover
nor, Extra Billy, Eupeitiuous William Ssmith, Esquire.—
This individual was not altogether unknown to a portion
of the mu'tilude (?)—as tie so no years ago rau a line ol
.■iiagcs through the neighbot hood of the pious cani[ -
giouud, and the recolhctiun ol him by some present was
mything but agreeable. Extra Billy, ou his part, seem
ed to have a sfite against the crowd also, for be bored
them three mortal long hours, iu the dryist uud most un
iiieresiiug speech, evi r dihvi led. His uueedotes were
all stale aud (lit, aud his speech might have interested
the man iu the utcon one hundred years ago, but Extra
Billy ou this occasion w.u no go, Tne aforesaid Pall
Bearer, by way of making amends for Extra Billy’s fail
ure, then led into the ting the Texas tflnwn—a Mr. laic
ISack, who war,alteruately. Monkey, Rjbhoou and Kan
garoo, and amused the crowd by las vulgar amedote
t id ugly faces, for near two hours, w hen emltruly he
xeUiuicd, ‘7 «»« so hungry, and I reckon you all in
too"—aud dowu he came. Now came the tug of war.—
limner was announced, uud the dill’eieiil commuters—
such a.s ll o "t'ommittir of Order," *'Committer of flit
ordrr," etq-bearers, watei-to ilers, Ac , A composed ol
the er-ojjicia!* of the county, anil the old line I, •teller,
Breekiuiidge Whigs, a I went to work ill good earnest.—
l). rmi rii i, wn ni. eljr served up in a unit—but lor the
xorki rs nud l.iluuing men, il was spread out al large iu
.lie woods, and luid sltoul g. Iiela !v. So with the whisky!
'ioesi lor one elot's, and eonuium for the Ollier.
Dinner being o\er.ilu* sovereigns were .again summon
<1 to the tali I,to turn (lie great oialur ol llie occasion,
dr. I'. II. Axlctl, who,on bung introduced to the assem
ble! multitude, opened up in the pulpit, like a peml
griuyhaek jn k teg k nife. When ho opened, an old
Inly present ex. Inin. <1, •something his loish,l!" Mi.
Ailolt. on common Occasion , may lie good—and some
i ties may be called even rnvrrv ol a distance—but ou
•hit or. anon Ins Ceri linlv was neither, lleswiilig liillisell
uac!>wards and forwards for near three hours,someliui-s
like a whip saw, then like an old-fashioned up au'd down
llutter-wlieel saw mi!!; and then at times he could well
have been taken for a flax break.
limit g l is tluer: In.ura exordium, he scarcely used a
word with less than seven sylltitles, and, of course, his
speech was well understood and iluiv appreciated by the
crowd theu and there assembled All tbe speakers seem
ed to have the shakes or j >rks, and the'r muscular eys
tuns were all certainly much deranged. If it is a disease
with the Locos, it is certainly contagious, for they all had
i. oadly. Tne tiruiul sou ot the Immortal having been
delivered of his burden, the crowd, now broken down
mJ worn out, were directed by the Head Tycoon to go
home, (t. e ) all that could travel,and get back tc-morrow
•uorniug to prayers. Some fomr fellow* preferred the
camp and straw, for reasont known to themselves.
The second day reminded one of a breakfast after a
ug dinner. Il was all hash, aud hash all the time. This
xas tbe day for the small fry and muddlers. So, after
l!ro. Pearman had said over his yesterday’s prayer, our
.'ongressmae, T. 8. liocock, was pitched into the ring,
and spoke like “the very Devil" for two or three hours.
His was the speech of the occasion. A good old time
electioneering speech. Ho said John Bell was a good
lellow, and could not say “uo”—and, therelore, he was
ifraid if the Abolitionists asked him to free ail the rirg
fers he would do it, just because lie cant say ‘‘no." Well
that is certa nly reasonable, and people ought to think
of it. Mr. B. poured hot shot iuto Douglas from right to
left. Iu fact, all said hard things about Douglas, aud the
Douglas men say hard tb'ngs about them, aud both par
lies uo doubt tell the tri tii for once iu their l;ves.
After Mr. B. finished, the Postmaster from Lyuchhurg,
«|r. til its, was llung up, and cat like, tit on his feet. Poor
fellow, everybody tell sorry for him, aud he looked like he
* as sorry for himself. He had heard his once beloved
Douglas so much abused and vilified; and theu,there sat the
very men whom he had iuduced aud persuaded to go for
Douglas. Mow, poor fellow, he had it all to undo 1 He
was s/iancettedand hand-cuftd, and had to go it against
■oHsctenee, and against his own better-feelings aud judg
ment. It was “trick ir no play” with him. Mr. tilass
looked sad, sorrowful and woe begone, and reminded one
ol a ract -horse wuo had changed trainers, rubbers and
rider, and bad to go on a heavy track. He let down iu
the first hall-mile. In fact, he was iu no order or fix, and
it was a piece of cruelty iu his owners to put hint on the
.rack. He was takeu hack and put iuto the same hard
ban Is, where he will have a hard time of it—but Mr. t) ,
you must submit, lor you kuow the Bible says, “sin shall
surely he punished "
The next iu order was the Lad',ft' A/lotm, from Lyneh
■iiirg, iu the persou of Samuel lixrlaud, Kaq ,—commonly
•■ailed “Little Sam ’’ lie wasAs nice and as prim as a new
madepin, and forcibly rtniudtd one of a hoi/nel in a
ilaughtcr ion. lie waa no man for polities, this could
readily gee he could not make a l.ocoloco speech. He
«as the ladies' man ol the occasion—was all compliments
A> tneiaUll'S, auu uis r|irwu smuuciicu v.iv ux-.uus Ol uiv
aid uniids present. One would exclaim, “He is my dar
ting in at Another, "Oh ! hr it my svul little rote
hud !' And finally, an old maiJ, about aix feet high, tx
cliURed, "Oh .l-e-in-r-i-a h ! he it my very ,1-i-ic-r-a-ii-i
•i-M-l-r-n J !" This capped the climax, and “Little Sam"
was taken in, for fear ins clothes would become soiled.—
He is, however, bound to marry every old maid from the
ricad of Troublesome, to the uioulh ol Seneca.
After the Ladies' Album was taken in, nuolber Beau
was called out, who, 1 ke Mr. Garland, was fixed up for
the Halt. He had, however, falleu desperately in love
at the dinner table with the little of Hill lleml, aud was,
eonnrqticatly, not himself. He is to be married next wet k
to the Belle aforesaid. After this, the Oahidirt thought
that the ladies had had a hem fit, aud it was their time
now. So a howl was wit up for "Laztnberry !" "Loan
berry t* "Iazenberry A few moments elapsed, and—
Huoil Lord, What an morel! I!I Jerusalem, lliund r and
I glueing—what a tight ! ! A tmnelhing crope up the lar
dcr and si:oak iu the pulpit. S,.ine said "Tycoon," some
said “Raccoon," aud some said 1‘ottum. He gtinued
like a possum, and squatted aud grinned and bowed, and
bowed and grinned and n/ualted. Well, finally he said
|,e was admg, and unable to speak, and really looked
very orwrlt. His countenance had the Typhoid ax pert.
He is unknown to fame, and faint and e verything else is
unknown to him—so down ho came! Mr. Edwin R
Eega, one ol toe pall-bearers of the party, thru closed
the speaking in a few solemn and impressive remarks, and
the war upon the fragments was again entered ioio. Al
ter the speaking wits concluded, liie after-piece ol Inter
vemionor N’ou-ilitervention was played at the spring be
tween the Hell Renders and the Wards Readers,iu which
the Hell Benderscaioe utV teeond best.
All who weie ablo left—A at many remained. Next
maming being the Sibbatb, as to the sayings and doings
this deponent soith uoL JINKUNS.
From the Sarfolk lleraliL
LETTER EROM B. J. BARBOUR, F-Sy
liABCOUK-SVItLB, Sept. 'it, ISfiO.
W. K T*ylob, E-m
OnabEib:—1 thunk you for your kind invitation to
visit Norfolk and address the Beil aud Everett Club of
that city. 1 havo a fresh aud grateful recollection of the
consideration and liberality exhibited towards me, lioth
in public and in private by your hospitable people—and
I regret exceedingly that many reasons, with a recital of
which I will not trouble you, preveut my acceptance of
your iuvitatiou or any active participation iu the present
canvass. 1 sympathise none the lees heartily, however,
in your wishes and efforts to ehet John Bell and Edward
Everett, “the counsellor and the eloquent orator." They
are the only conservative candidates wiio stand a rea
sonable chance of election, and they deserve it by all the
claims of well speut lives, of unfaltering patriotism, of
broad statesmanship, of far sighted sagacity, raid of deep
dt rotiou to tbe Constitution and the Union.
The country requires the services of Buch men, be
cause it r» quires peace and repose, and these they would
bring as far as depends upon bmnau agency. If they
were elected it would effect a lull in that storm of pas
sion, prejudice, nod needless hate, which now rages
through the country. It would euable the true-hearted
aud right-minded men of the nation to analyse the
questious which uow disturb us—to see how purely ab
stract many of these questions are—with what improper
motives aud for wbat dishonest eods they are agitated
tod how etaily they might b« solved or throat aiide if
friendship instead of phronsy animated the discussion.—
It would be their noble privilege to
“Rlnv outaslowly tljrlr* cauas.
And auah'ul formi of parly strife;
With is 'tor nitouera, pur.-.- lam,
Rinp lo the nobler model of life."
It does not require auy deep penetration to discover
the true source ol our difficulties and dangers. The pe
rennial wisdom of Burke furnishes an appropriate text
which, though written nearly a hundred years ago, hat
all the fro-buesa of contemporaneous application to our
country : "It is sscriour affair, this studied disunion in
government Iu cases where union is most consulted,
and where persons are best disposed to promote it, dillVr
cnees from the various ideas of men will arise, and from
their pas-ions will often ferment iuto liolent heats, so as
greatly to disorder all public business. What must be
the consequence, then, when the very distemper is made
tbo basis of the constitution, aud the original weakness
of human nature is still farther enfeebled by art and con
trivance. It must subvert government from tbo very
foundation. It turns our public couucils into tbo most
mischievous cabals ; where the consideration is not how
the tuition's business shall be carried on, but how those
who ought to carry it on shall circumvent each other.—
In such a slate of things no order, uniformity, dignity or
effect can appear iu our proceedings, either at home or
abroad.”
Iu application of this, I would remark how difficult it
is to conduct the affairs of to vast ami diversified a coun
try as ours even where the clearest intellects and best in
tentions arc called into play—but wc may well be filled
with sorrow and alarm when wc are given over to mere
parly machinery, nud W inen who apply no oilier tests to
public actioua but success in their schemes ol individusl
aggrandisement, and use the be*t interests of the coun
try as mere counters in the desperate aud perilous game
of politics.
Wc are suffering now, aud have snirered for years,
from the violence of extreme opinions. Ambitious meu
in both sections of the country have found their pioli' iu
intlamilig the passions of the Nor;h and South. The
North has been made to believe tlial slavery will be extend
ed into regions where it could uot survive a year—and
the South lias been persuaded that they will be denied
access lor their servants into teiriloiics, (yet to be ac
quired) where white laborers would inevitably perish.
Imaginary territories arc made the subject ol fiorce con
tentious—Wiluiot piovisos, slave codes, interventions aod
uon-int -rvcnticins arc discussed in nil their wearisome and
wildcring maxes—demagogues and agitators whose only
hopes ol harvest are iu civil comm >tiou, avail themselves
ol the general confm-io i to seize upon every place of profit,
au I every station that was honorable urn il they held it—na
tional and conservative mi u are every w here brow -beat-.-u
aud bullied, aud when they would lilt tin ir warning voices
ars |erseouted, dogged, hounded to political graves —
When the puoplo themselves would look iuto their own
affairs, their attention is diverted as by the juggler's art
—or thtir judgments warped by pas-ioimto appeals, as
the matadorc waves his red II ig in he lacs of his victim.
Corruption creeps unobserved into every dcpartiuoiitpiutl
the true interests of ihe ualion aie ticgl eled or sacrificed,
whilst the people an- engaged in idle aud daugt rous con
troversies. This stale 01 alfaits cannot Iasi, and can
have but one conclusion. Kortuust- ly, there is a reme
dy, and wc are still in lime to make the application.
1 do not propose to imitate the pr.ie.i-.. i have dep
recilod by any long discussion of the topics ol llio day
— but when wc s.-e a country convulsed by ihe question
whether slaverr shall or hall not no into the lirrilorii
one naturally asks all re are these tciritori. s atiiell er.
ate all this (XciU'liieiil ? 1 ilo not bel.ivo there is on.
foot of soil now In-loug'ug lo the Uniteil S a ten or likely
lo conic in tin ir possession whose d.-stany is not iiliMidy
sealed tiy the great lists of nature, which slave
eo.lcs cannot strengthen, nor provisos repeal.—
i have been answered here-, that according to Mr, Web
slt-r wo went to war with tir.-al Britain on a preamble.—
Hut that preamble eonUtiiied an active principle. Surely
it w mid lie preposterous in itself, and treason against
humanity to lovalt up this mighty country oil all ab
stract tpirstion that is dead in the past and ntsy never
rise aj;*iii. Your distinguished Representative, (lion
John S .Mill-on ) lias shown with admirable eieerne-ss
iiow hollow and insincere is the demand tor now tests of
Ihlcli'y to Southern interests, ami new gnat an tees for
Southern right*—that the men who are now so clamor,
ous were silent or opi***ing dining the discussion ol the
Kansas and Nebraska bill— neglected the living question,
lint now seek to fright us with its ghost. They recall to
us the winh of l.ueau, who avoided the coulliet, but
when the strife was closed wandered over the li Id ol
battle, and selected for the subject of resuscitation tin
body which had recently quivered with existence, and
whose throat had just uttered the last note of agony.
Instead of wasting time upon abstract questions, it is
the duty of every patriot 'o wotk against the election ol
a sectioual President. T.ie Democratic party, as I (irm
ly believe, had it iu their power to prevent the election
Jr (.lucoln. In view or me Himcrs Fei-y, a was
obvious to every reti-.*cting man that the North was to be
the great battle ground of ibis contest—that the ques
tion should be fairly tested as to how mm-lt of conserva
tism st'l existed there, and that it was the part of high
aud patriotic policy to give the National men ol the North
a candidate and a principle by which they could firmly
and conscientiously stand. If the leaders had perceived
this and awakened iu time to the vital truth that the
Democratic party i» not absolutely necessary to the pre
servation of the Union, but tint devotion lo the Union
is necessary to the preservation of the Democratic
party, they might itavo had a new lease upon
that' power which they have so delighted to
wield, and the people might still have been delud
ed by a spectaclo such asCroly tells ns wes exhibited du
ring the regency of (icorgc the Fourth, "where the per
petual defalcation of revenue was proudly overpaid by
the perpetual surplusage of orators, ready to defend the
right at all hazards aud at all salaries, and to rally around
the government to its Us. shilling."
When the Tarty was under discussion the Democratic
party announced, and the nation lias acquie-ced iu the
principle,that the time was past for bolstering up systems
of industry by artificial aid—that in accordance with the
spirit of the age each system mu-t staud or fall by its own
meiit and its own streugth—that it was mischievous, un
just aud dangerous toatuinptto foster hy national means
any class of operatives not sanctioned by every portion
of the country. Aud yet they have struck down, in the
p rson of Stephen A. Douglas, a statesman who wished
to apply their cardinal principle to a question which en
dangers tlio existence of the Union. South Caroliua once
threatened to leave the Uuiou bee.u-e Northern labor
was protected—she now threau-us the same thing,hecaui e
slave labor is not protected by a Congressional slave code
for the Territories. Certainly here is a great and glaring
inconsistency. The best course for the South is to de
prive Congress of ibis imperial power, which the Black
Republicans claim for it—aud while it does not become
me, perl.ups, to interfere in family quarrels, I ven
ture to say that the portion of the Democratic party
which, by its representatives, acceded at Charles
ton, retreated at Baltimore, and is now in
full flight under Mr. Breckinridge, was never ro untrue
to its cardinal ptiuciplet: that tue States Rights advo
cates were ueverso faithless to their favorite dogma on
the true interests ot the South, as wheu they deserted
the great statesman 01 uiiuuis, ou account 01 nis uoctnne
of l’opular Sovereignty. In my humble judgment he of
fered them the surest guarantee of a national and lasting
triumph—he tendered them a watchword which would
have gathered under their banner tho conservative
men of the North aud the South—a plan which would
have banished the question of slavery from the halls of
Congress, aud if it ever arose in the Territories, would
have made its agitation local iuslrad of national, affect
ing the popular pulse no moru than the lud'an skirmish
es on our western borders—he offered them a measure
which contained the essence of Stales Rights, the semi
nal principle of our progresses a people, tho distinguish
ing characteristic of Anglo Saxon liberty, and the surest
safeguard of all regulated freedom—I he fundamental on./
inalienable right of evert/ eommunilg to manage iI* own
ttiir affair*.
Under ihis principle tho system of slavery woo'd be
left to work itself out by its own gieat laws. Reliev
ing, as I do, that it Ls a system of divine origin, I can
not doubt that it will run its course, and that in the end,
the South will secure every foot of land which could he
profitably devoted to the cultivation of the great staples
of rice,sugar and cotton. Io this connection, I b -g leave
to point to the early history of Texas, which, although an
isolated State, and exposed to the anti—lavery schemes
of the North and of the world, became a slave Slate, (or
the simple reason that her climate anil a large portion of
her soil were favorable to the production of the greut sta
ples enumerated above.
Mr. Seward, the real though not the titular chief of the
Republican party, in Ins speech at Detroit,m ide a remark
which strengthens the views I have endeavored to pre
sent lie gives it as his opinion that the last forty vears
of our national life have constituted a period of signal
and lamentable failure in the efforts of statesmen to ad
just a federal policy for the regulation of the subject o(
slavciy in its rolniiotis to the Union. He asserts that our
great statesmen Calhoun, Webster and Clay, were over
tasked in thi s? «ll'.irts^ And, yet, where they have fail
ed he steps forward modestly to advise, and his counsel
is—continued agitatiouI In well found' 11 periods and
Delphic phrases, he proceeds to define the antagonism of
his own practice, the duty of nn American statesman,
which Is, he says, “to abate popular p.-ijudicc aud pas
sions by modifying or removing their causes." As ho
does not propose, I presume, to remove four millions of
slaves, is it not his duty to remove from the national
arena a question which lie assorts bis superiors cornd not
solve, and which has won for him only the “ had emi
nence'’ of being tho m istcr demagogue of the Republic 1
If the North really deprecatel the reopening of tho
African slave trade, let her check her demagogues in
their irritating course,and let her cherish that Union who?#
arm alone is eullicient to prevent the nefarious trallie.—
If the Son'h desires a peaceful solution of the great pro
blem—if she desirts to annex Cuba, ami ultimately the
whole group of West India islands, lit her rest assured
that it can only be accomplished within the Union. It is
not necessary for her, against the moral sentiment of tho
world, to assume the odium of re-opening the African
slave trade, when ahe remembers that tinder kind treat
ment the few thousands imported have increased to four
millions, and in thirty or forty yearj will be double that
nquibcr.
But whatever may be the course of others, the path of
Virginia is p'ain, her duty is clear. Her welfare, happi
ness »nd safety are iud'seolubly bound up lq the Union.
She is just entering upon a new career, along which are
scattered wealth aud honor, aud national usefulness. Her
railroads are approaching completion—wo hope to a c her
canal accompli-had, with no other regret than that it is
effected by foreign bauds. Of what avail will he these
avenues in case of a dissolution of the Union ? Will they
not seek in vain the trade and travel of unfriendly, if not
hostile States ? If she desires the continuance ol the
system of slavery she must perceivo that it is safer in the
Union than out of it. We should be blind to all the ev
idences around us if we failed to observe that tho disso
lution of the Union would be the signal for the re-opening
of the African slave trade in the cotton States, wboae ef
forts would he directed towards keeping Virginia as a
frontier slave State, and to depreciate the value of her
ecrvauls to the coet of those imported. The inevitable
effect upon Virginia would bo to destroy at one blow two
thirds of her present slave property, aud she would soon
be forced to choose between the miserable alternatives—
of surrendering her slaves to one section or of sacrificing
them to another.
All this is predicated upon a poreable dissolution,
and Virginia is to bo cheated by the promise of great
commercial advantages. 1s t those who arc deludi d by
these promises turn to the history of tho Confederation,
when Virginia, iu her sovereign capacity, determined to
concentrate trade at a few important points—when, as
Mr. Madison wrote to Mr. Jefferson,a warm struggle was
made for the establishment of Norfolk and Alexandria;
but it became necessary to add Voik, Tappahannock aud
Bermuda Hundred! The laws of trade are beyond the
control of legislative enactments, or the resolutions of
commercial conventions, and to fret over the vast streams
which set towards the great centre of commerce, is as
absurd as to quarrel with the blond for flowing to the
heart. The true course for tho South is to a«scrt iU in
dependence by industry, energv and diversified occupa
tion. Every factory that is built, every iusuiance com
pany that is organized, every new sourcu of wealth and
employment that is developed, is worth a ton of the most
fine span di-ipiitiitions on tho Territorial i| I’slion. With
in the Union I sec a hright future for the city of Norfolk
—oui of it I see nothing but decay and desolation.
Our country lias doubled ami quadrupled iu eix" since
the foiuiation of our Union and the adoption of our Con
stitution. New interests, new and mighty questions
have arisen and will arise, and it is idle to talk of
(hiding the letter for emergencies which were never
even imagined by our forefathers, who were sages hut
not ptophcls. It is only for ns to construe our Consti
tution in the spirit of its origin—that fraternal spirit
without which it could not have been framed and can
not exist.
It is lime for the conservative men of the cocn'ry to
oomejogether, and for the great centre to show its pow
er, and prove that it is free from the foul distempers
which invist tho extremities. The omens are auspicious.
The politi.iaus are lashing themselves into furv, hut the
people are calm, almost apathetic. Let us hope that
they are beginning to be disenchanted of the -pelis ol
their deceive rs, whose wrangling brings no fruits but
distraction iu the present, nnd the promise of dtngirs
in the future. Filibusterism and Abolitionism have re
ceived salutary cheeks in the execution of their chief*,
and the nstioo, instructed hy these examples, is better
prepared to inlliel the milder punishment 01 eipu si n
upon nit other disturbers of the p -nee.
The election of Hell ai <1 Everett would go far to wauls
disbanding the disorganize rs and agitatois of the coun
try. It would teach the a.-piruuts ol every section it at
(•uruv.i'.^nr' 01 opinion nr union is iio> iii * hih-i |*:*a -
port to profit or honor. It wouhl rou t* iih aH to a high
er conception of our duly and dtMiiny if ii woio msdc
manifest that no man North or South, Et>l or West,
could command tin* confidence of the nation, who did
not hail and defend the Union as at once the temple and
the fortress of our rigli s and o! our liberties.
B J. BARBOUR
nuHtl KT IPMILKINNOH \\ II4M Hit ON
I ) M ai nagiaat perfume In u«e.
it: nr oil.
Warranted to enr* hum* am! Botes of every kind.
k\r PARKIKA IIKAVA and HIJCHU
A *i* Iv r.- io* v for all <!•(*•• ««*•* of the Kl.lncy* and Bladder.
DOYK'f* KI'M VI aTIO I 1JUMKNT—
A ware remedy fa- Khrutnalijiu. (Warranted.)
WATRR Of PKARtJl—
Mon h.-airlfut preparation for the Hair.
KARLY II!RD
The most cvrtiln Veimlfuge bifire the public.
AITkTr/KK—
Ihe l*e*i Tonic known.
The above for sale wholesale and retail bv
UOVK A OO , Wholesale Druggists,
RICHARDSON & CO.
diii. xxcuwrxLT ix,
And keop Tor a*1o in quantitic.i to «uit purchaser* at tlieir
Ware-Hoorn*. No. 9.5 main Street,
RICHMOND, VA.,
ALL K1XDA OX
CARFBTINOS,
M ATTINGS,
Floor Oil Cloth*, I Curtain Ciooda,
Ruga, !▼!fit*, I Window Sbadca.
Table Oil Cloths,
PIANO AND TABLE COVER*, to., to.
TOST WILL HAVB MADR TO OBDRS
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Window CurtaiuB and Shades.
WK have opened a splenilll lot of Carpet ng*, rf our own Im
portation, anl are now prepared to exhibit the latest styles
In every grade.
Our assortment of Curtain Goods, with trlmmhws, Ac., is unsur
passed, and our Mock is complete of Window Shades, Hoor Oil
Cloth*, Ac.
Having a skillful Upholster In our regular employ, the making
of Curtains amt Cirpe s will be attended to promptly
Hu vers are invited to examine our goods, which will be sold on
icfflfitiditini Itraa RICH ARMOR a go,
kedm tft Mata M
MEE> BUMTLIJfE’JB MEW BOOKS.
>[BW YORK I?I R VIC (IK V STORIES. Full of fl
I lost ration*. Just puhlbdtrd aod fur sil- at retail or who e
salc, at the r .eag hookxttre of Kre lerick A. lbs l|>, 21 Ann St , N.
V. Price 25 et*. each, or any five for $1, or th** whole 11 for $2.
1. The White Wlsarn; or,The Great Prophet of the Seminole ln
41a^s. By N-d Runtime. Price 25c
2. Sea Wall, or the Terror of me toast. A talc of privateering
In t»7tJ By Ned buotline Price VRc
:t. Sau> Hiilibcrdaj; *r, Thetdtotflpy. A tale of the men and deeds
of 1T7* By N» d Bun line Price 25c.
4 KlMdrt; or, the Red Rover’s Daughter. A eew mystery of New
York. Bv Ned Hnntltne Pr c«25u.
f». To** Man ’O- A arV Man’* Grudge : A Romance of the Revolt;
tloa. By Ned BantHne. Price 2.****
C. Our Mess; rr, 1 lie Prate Hunters of the Golf. A tale of
Nival Herolnn and wild adventure in the Tropics. By Ned bunt
lln**. price 2Vs.
7 I#u*»na Pres of!; or, The Curse fulfilled. A tale of the Amer
ican Revolution. Hr »*«d Bout line. Price 25c.
8. Thljrs&daMffvs, The Bc.uirge; or, The War-Vagi# of the Mo
nawss a laic or ji.ourj, nu'ii uni *vroug. uy ncu buuwu*.
Price 25c.
9. Htella Delormr; or The Catnanche's Dream. A wild and fan
ci ut story of Hava tr Chivalry. By Ned Buiilllne. Price 23a.
10. The RIB and the spray. A tale of the smugglers In the Fc
gllsh Channel. Ueutlfallr Illustrated. By Malco.m J Kr ym
Price 25c
11. Hathaway: or. The Mountain Oo(ta*s. A tale of the North
ern Trappiug Oroun Is. By Dr. J H. Robinson Price 23c.
All of the above Books are full of Beautiful Illslratlve Engrav
InBS. by Parley.
Hxitsillers New* Agcnts.and all others, will please sen] on their
orders at once.
Copies of any or all of the above wll, be sent, free of postage,per
mall, to any •>»*, on receipt * f price.
Call or send, or address all orJtrs to
FREDERIC A BRADY,
•eft—<18*_ M Ana ft, H V.
M<\ PONrKR, H. A% O.
# R ANDOLPH has Ut sale all the 1
He Puhl ra’lnns
Frankl n'« Fam I a- Letters from hi» Family an 1 Friends. A splen
di cl! r. f« 511
Ind a—An ient t ml Mr.I in Geographictl, Historical. P*»'l leal,
am! ft« l>l us By D O A,I n. D. D $2
Rush'* Production#-— Hist >rlcaI, Diplomatic, in 1 Miscellaneous.—
$2 25.
Life ot J mth*n Trumbull, Hr , Governor of Connect! ut. By J.
W Ptuart. t-'l
Hayward's llork o' all ReUg o s $1 25
Our Press Gan?, or, the Crime* of the American Newspapers. V\
I. A Wilmer. 75c.
Daring Kxp'olt* of th • Buccaneers of America $1 25
kxcurri>n Amoi g the Po ts By H C. Fosltr 8 0. A $1.25.
Cur Living Kepies-ntatlvc Meo. By JJmFavase $1 25.
Carol le; o*, the Cam-lii Lady By Dotntv $1.75
Judge llallbmtnri’s Works; I vole. Ham Flick's Baying! and Do
lug-, wih hi* opinion* on Matrimonv, 75*. Nature and Hu
ma.i Natu c 75c. The Aft trhe or, Ham Flick In Koglaml, 75«
_octU
Punii; WBinRN BACON ^ibf\ tec -
ecs I 10 It. DAVENPORT
WENT A JOHNSTONE
BULLETIN OF NEW MUSIC.
NONG*.
Wcrj I a Soldier. By HU grill, author of B.lghtest Ey.-s, Dream
of Home. Ac.. 5V.
Down by the River Bide By J 0 Maeder, 25c.
The Cot by the HIIL By Bibcock. 25c.
Helen Clare; Hong and Cho.us By Henry Tucker, 25c.
The Glptcy's Pr»-11 :Uon By Adelaide Canno-i, 25c
Hweete-t Luge, 1 II Not Forget Thee My H. Tu ker, 25c.
Morning, Noon and Night we Miss Thee. By W. C. Friers, 25 •
instrumental
Eeux Reverie#. By Wo. Mason:
No 1, Au Matin,50c
No 2, Au Holr, 60c.
Kittle It P. ika. By Win, Msson, 50c. .
La Hylphide, FarUleon-ie Morcrau Brilliant. By Chsr.ej Vo**,
50c.
Best Friend Polka. By J. If. M< Naughtcn, 55c.
Trolly Horse Polka. By J. II McNaughton, 30c.
L’ Amssone Maxurka Caprice. By A. W. Berg, Wa.
Forrrstlou Polka. By Fa astir a «as«i Hodg-a, 25c.
Mlvrr Star Polka. By Adelaide Gannon, 25c.
Dixie’s Land, Com • Out th • Wilde*!*, a, Bonny Kioto, Ac., Ac.
Music * -nt free of postage to anv address, upon rece.pt of prlc •.
Orders promptly at coded to wh-n addr* *«ed t)
wmrr a joiinhtom, bmMIwi
ocll—H Mmlc D
fllKA.—wc have in slorc S5 half chtsU and sma ler pa* kagm
X of the ch derft Gunpowder and Oolong Teas, which we offer
to the trade on reasonable terms.
HM WfNBTOtl A POWFRJ.
FtKKSII IKIJ'I TKIt*—27 kegs, choice an J fresn. Just re
celve I per steamer. oeft —dlw WM WALLACE RoNB.
nSMisraSTI „AMr baoh.*.'
Jmt received, from t\r tMiut/lrlurrrr hi Kiujlmd.x
tplendld ,Lick ol line UtmlmUnl Strrl Mi it Stub Tuirt Double
Darrel dun*, well worth the a’lenl .n of all In went. Aleo. Qanie
Bum. hli.it Delta, Pomh.a, Powder and 11.| lor Plaik. Ely’* duHbU
irvi ter-proo/ Can,, Wad., Ac., Ac., all of whl h we offer allow pil
em. WILLIAM* A BI.UOTT,
67 Main HA,
oc8— dlwcltn Nea-ljr oppoilte PI. Oharle, HoteL
SOLK LSATHEK.-W »,‘et. f.ir aale by
£!, uwu * jous o. w**a
LA SOB STOCK OF
NEW FALL GOODS
now CM AT
J. Millhiscr <te Tiro’s.
TTrE fake pleasu e to Inform our f Ir.il* atul patroni and the
t? pubic g n rail , Uml we I ave vptncl a very extent!ve »»•
■artxcut of ; KW <K*0!* •, adapted to the prefeat an ! approach
lug ou< n, and are prepared tia*fl them on the mo* favorable
brmi and at very low price* Italics having pur. ha ei to tutke
In anythin/ In U e Dry Utods line, w 11 wel* in give our stork
an exam!'alien, If only ts find ut at what we are selfltg Good*
at. We cannot, n nn advertisement, (numerate even lh. leading
iArlc* of Coodf we have In stoic, hut sieurc al thet »ur *• ore
room* n o erantrii'd and jammed full of good t arg.Vni, and uo
doubt wl 1 be to with eurt >rur», If they know their own Interest
Wo fell the be»< $' BLACK SILK In the c tr.
We •«!! the b»st • 1-wool Fi.ANNM. at f5 cents.
We h tvt the largest and chcipmt stock of FftfcKCU EMB&OID
RSlfcH In thx c'.ty.
GAHPKTINGB and IlHlfi In gTeat yarlely, and cheap.
J. Mil Llll-K.lt A BRO.,
se2Q-tf___m Hr ad Btrert.
Vfe*. MOOI1K, Aprm,
• Gary Ptrc't, near ColumtUn Hotel;
Offers low, for cash —
New Of Inns Molsasr* In half bbl*
Cnha, Mtueovado and Porto Rico do and 8yrap
llif hble family See Her.legs snJ Mn. kvrri
*9 Pal’s Ktfined Leaf Lard
Prime P.scon Hama, 8:. aider* and Bid.-*
Potent Ppe*m, A.lomn’e a^d Tallow Candle*
Brown ati«l Milk Tutpertne loot «
OiJ Dominion Nails and Phoe T*» ks
Pall; 8up Carb. Ftda
R’cr March
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Cigar*
Colton and IlrnipU.rd
Lamp Wick
N O. &nd k’x. Ooffov Sugar
Mocha, Java, Ltg atd Rio 0* (T**
Family. rfxtra an l Sup. Flour
Lend n Poit*T—V|j * u ,r
Broome, Bn. Veit and Ibnrljohns, and all klndj of
Sugars and U.naa, A*., Ac. »ek1
sisorsioi: *mT
RICHMOND GROUND FLATTER.
I AM row pr pared to lupp’y any demand for PLI8TRI Famu
Uanrxit f«» the Fall nop*
My Ft ck of Lutrp Is largo. Selected from the purest Windsor,
(Kovn Bcctl *) Quarries, w‘th s;»-ci«l lefor-nee to its richness in
Ruphat** ef LItc Thankful for the h-avily loiyrawd pa’ronagr,
the ruputallon of my hr&ml shall he ful*v sustained for purity, ai.d
proper piiircilxaticn. JOHN H CK t ZROUNR,
•t lft __Office No 11 lVad >t.
T 1STIX & 8IIEWELL,
NOS. 32 AM) 31 SOUTH WATER XTilEET,
PHILADELPHIA.
ViniOL*SALR DEALERS ’N 8*ron. L»rd, Pork. ClmrFetd,
N » Urir.l Apples an.I Peach*., siul Pr.<lu-:e generally.
Haroo Pi lei an l Hh ill f.rri, .if prime quality, sutrsh’ * f); tooth
«in market., car. tan'lf en h,n.l. «e!5—(Kim*
i85a GEORGE STARRETT I860.
HA8 In •t-'rc Ids Kail stock. c< mp'hlng I'd varieties and *
■'.see of r TON K8. RAN -K8 an I FUKNACKB, many of fi
Uu-ra low an .1 «»ra« I aril i s, of Ms own make II*- Is 1pm -
ah i pr-Dared t*» sup|dv Northe*n stov.a at wholesale or re
tail, having centra* ted early In the **•*$ .n for two entire cargoes
of the very best made in Uils country, at I iwcr p Ice than the
mm* goo Is can now le obtained. Also, lumps and Mpeof all
kinds I’lamblnr. Gas Fitting and Tin wark d ne la the but man
ucr r.nd cheap. Kstra ca*th-gs alwatfc < n I nn**.
GKOKGK BTARkKIT, Helvin’* R.,w.
sefi veriorsire-t Rich mood vs.
W niTK <;OOUM. ~oZt own li'.i
pdrtst'on, a c«..i p!ele aiwortmen*. » f—
VA hi»«* C*(xb ie. Mid Ja.'AtietU
H->t k lin t Hud Musi f;s
I’raln and Ch .-ked N UliSOnkf
BMiop’s and Victoria Lawns
1*1 in and Dotted tiwls* Mu. I’n*
Che. kt .1 arid striped (’am loir*
Bu.n-tC.-r.!*
Co-d-d IMr-dtlr*
India Twll s
FurrnItii e Dimities
inw i.nens, m * u «n. nn makes
Linen T*bV Ibrt irks
Ib rnd Table Cloth* and Napkins, pari of extra
ijui'dly
Towe.*
Doylies, Ac., Me , Me.
All nf which are * ff-r to Ihe trade at ren/ J or price*
•tlft KENT, PAIWR A 00.
i:i< BBUOXI* lOKNCY
OPTIIK
SOUTHERN I'UOTECrriON
INSURANCH COM CANY,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Capital ov* r .*000,000
AMD CONSTANTLY Ifti'flKAKIflfl.
fitIMP COMPANY offers gr-.;* r advantages to the Fanner and
R otluis than any Company ch*rt»*red In the Ftate, by Insuring
with or without a premium note If ti e applicant prefer, lie ran
pay the full amount of the premium, In cash : or by K coming a
i». ruber, or flying a maall premium note, he saves nearly one ball
of the am un: rl.arged hv Mock Companies, when Insuring r.rnn
ally. This Is the advantage resulting from the combination of the
CASH AND MUTUAL PKVflCIPLB.
This Company commenced ’’suing Policies against loss or dam
age by lire on the lflds day c f March, W*l, since which lime over
ten thousand two hundred perse ns have Insured acd become
members of the Company, and over # 00,1X4) have been paid for
losses
fay All dlffrencit in settlement of tosses may be determined by
three disinterest- d Arbitrators af the County wliere such bos hap
pened. to be mutually chou n hv the Insured and the Company,
officers.
IIKNRY W TIInMAA, President,
T. P ROBERTSON. V|ee President.
THOR T. HILL,Treasurer.
UM WRIGHT, Secretary.
JJJP9 T CLOSE, Actuary and General Agent
fV^AppdCatlOtu lor iitsui iuceanii wanes rimwS, also,old
Policies renewed. PtinphVts, blank forms of Application, an ! ev
ery Information on the subje t of fire and Life Insurance, furnish
ed gratis on application personally or by mail, to
COCKE A CLOSE,
General Insurance and Collecting Agents.
OFFICE in Exchange Hotel Building, on 14th st., Richmond, Va.
JsKMIeir_
1 HA strK* tiahnimli/s salt.
Lv/"* tierces rrlme rug r-currd Ham*.
fu<» bo*e* AdamnnMnc Candles.
Bm n Bldut, fhowldetv, Uqn >i, FA la
F r sale on con Untuent. by FN0DGUAB8 A JOHNSTON,
seild-ts
TO OOAOQ AND wagon makers.
150 KEGS HAMMERED HORSE AND MULE SHOES;
• f\n(\ Ih*. Iron Axlee, 19.000 lbs. Sptlngs 2( C sets Hubs
JVI iru Spokes, 100 sets Felloes. 2JVM pair. Shafts
P«l<s, Ac; 100.01 n Philadelphia Carriage an I Tire Bolts, Mors,
Callings, Bancs, Nalli. Enameled ard P»tent Leather, Duck.
Prilling, Mu<*;in, Ac., and C>»ch TrlrnT.Ingj of every description,
for sale wholesale and retail, at Northern pri.es. by
Wl Ll.lt MS A ELLIOTT,
G7 Main Street, neatly oppo lie 8t. Cliarlcs IK tel
nc9—wlmAd’w
MILLINERY FALL TRADE, 1860.
T DE81RK to call attention to my ren oval from No. 100 Male
I rtreet, to the c.•mined!.>us new building No. t'i’J M\it< street, ad
joining the new
“SPGTSWOflD HOTEL,”
between Sth and Oth streets, where I am pc pared U> exhibit a larg
er slock of
MILLINERY GOODS
and ready-made Millinery Aitlebs than heretofore, ronsbCnpof
Silk, Straw and Velvet bonnets, Bonnet P umes Ribbons, French
ard American F'owera, Vitldal M r,all s. II md Dresses, Pr.ss Ca's,
l.ace Caps »r I Btithas,Crspe and Muslli Collar* and Sleeves In
fant** Cap*, Hals and Cloaks Ru. lies and Tab#, Me , in a I ityl«s.
In connection with the general Millinery btistntss. I will m mufsr
turc to order Cb'xks and Mantillas, of:’ll Unde, In the latest fa>h
ionahV styb «, at r* arc n able prices. All orders will receive prompt
and special alt-ntiou. N. C. R.ARTON,
,cl TiJ Main PI.
WE8K )JN \ \V j LL1A318,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
13 () O T 8, S II () E 8,
LEATHER AND TRUNKS,
HO. IS,
Pearl Street,
I{i<')nn«ml, Virginia.
au31~1v
WKI I I * a Ottontaod, Mahogooy, or pearl in
laid, For sab very low by
WM. 8ATTLER k CO.
ae?4 141 Ma'n Street
IV. WORCI2STi:tvs
IMPROVED PIANO-FORTES,
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM,
FOURTEENTH STREET,
CORNEfl Till All A VENUS, NKW VOUK,
I10R a quarter of a renlury the In-irumenis manufactured at
i the aboto ♦ stabli*hmeut haveraoked among the first 'n thi
CO >ntrJ . Thu'r dnraM'i'.y. strrnjdh and delicacy • f tone and touch
vc highly appre.lavl by *11 who have given them a Hi r-;u.h Iris' !
th • Proprietor, by glvi ig his pel tonal attenth n to the resnufac
ture of each in trumeol, in *11 Its d l l's, it cr aided to guarantee
superior txctilenc • and reliability in ev. ry re*|»eet. oe3-8m
The a’»ovc Instrument* ean he purchastd of A. MORRIS, Rich
III IMSIDI S
PITRK OI.D
{MONONOAIIELA RYE WHISKY.
(lONdCIKNlIl I'Ht Y ui-tllled by Mr. JAMES HURN81PK, t f Al
J i-ghany Oounty, Pa . In th«* old FaHiioiiod honest way, from
I he rhoicest Rye and In n > case «ffered for sale until adapted to
wh< I some us; bj age. It la at onee the nr si palatable, at It I,
. rephatlcally the | ui*»t beverage In the reach ft the public. To
the Invalid, as we I as to ihf se in healt'i, It fomm»rds iUrlf for its
or rivaleJ qualities as a stimulant of the safest, surest and most
beneflrlent descr pltoo. For sale in barrels, kegs, Ac., and pot up
In caa«* of one dcsen bottVs each.
CLKRV A STOCKOAI.E, Propri« tori,
3b WaJrut Rt., Philadelphia, Pa.
WM. C. CONOVER, Agent,
225 Pennsylvania Avenue. Washing! n City, D. C.
C. A R. N. WHITE, Jr, Agents,
net—d:im M Cedar 8tre* t. New York.
SILVER PLATED WARF,
THO4. A. BULKLFY A CO. are now offering,
Rich Plated Tea 8et*, new designs.
Beaut ful Carred C*"ee and Tea Urns.
CasUrs, Cake and Fru t Basket*.
Engraved Walters, a I slfea.
OoMots. Mug«, Candle sticks.
Rpoens, Ac.
The above ware is made ••xpreniy for n», an 1 eannot he excelled
In quality. Purchasers alii please call
ocIO _f._A. BULKI.KY A CO.
J. C. K E D W O O O,
UICUMOMD, VI.,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
AND
AREN'T FOR HIRING OUT NEGROF.iL
ffnrKICE- At E. Moorr’w, unili r Colnni
liluu H»>''l faryMreet._net
t \ ,h FIYTI HE,.-Wek»»' on hand th» Uryext and
\x t-e.t ael.cte.1 «to k of Chandelier., P.ml.nU, Br.ekrlx, *c.,
ever oJ red In thu city. We invite all who arc In want of Ou Fix
tur.i of any kind to oail xml examine our x««ortrarat
’ CUARI.KS f). YALK . 00.,
.11—1mIron Black. Coo mar 9‘,
N~ EH YORK DOrm.il IYTRA SYBl'P,
Tor lit 1 y
oell-a I. . 0. B. DAVBJfPOBT.
^ 80UTHEKJ LOCK MAUFATORV.
DWELLING Locki of every dcaeriptlon; Killing Deorltfin.
m!r.g* of the beet quality. Alio, Prbon end Ileok Lorki ;
lllngee end Belte of any height. Belie hu g, with or wllhont
Tube*.
ALL KINDS 09 REPAIRING DONE.
Aa I tell no work but my own mannfaeinrt, I unprepared to
Warrant It to give entire eatbfacUon to th xe who may favor ma
with a call.
WILLIAM READT,
no Main Street, betwen Mh and tth,
f»10—If _ Iticvwqgn, Va.
SHARUj’ PATENT
COLTER HARROW.
WK Invite th« mention of the Farming Coinmtiniif
lo till*
NEW HARROW
whleh hae been trie ! by men - praetieat Parmer*. and pronounced
by them to be the n rv brat Implement yet made, f„r preparing
the land for ee. dbg real I grain, and . ffeutually covering th. >«u#
after eeedliig. with two horeee doing the woik of rK tingle PI we
We have pnreheeed In.- right for Hi.- Bute of Virginia, and are new
manufacturing ihem for the enniag eeaaon.and iiwprctfully iniha
ao reaminatlon of them.
Ivll_^GEORGE WATT A GO.
GKO. B. LOWNEP. WII. B. COOK.
I.OUNEh A COOH’h
Foundry and Mamilaotory,
bout* evaasr, naa nut, anmioan, vtaoi.ig
HAVING made Surge addition lr our ehnp, tn ash t!.e Souther I
trade, we wiUee'l at the Northern prices of l-.’d) Wt fcava
over 100 different de»ipr.« of Plain and Orna-nestai Hallllu.,
VrraixlHM, Hull uni n, fort-lt Fieri a, Window
(iuortla, A.--, Ac., V1.0II and Cellar Doora, Iron Saab, FLuliira,
and gennal KlatLaPd.hlug and CoLhlng done with neatneai and
deepatch. .
{SVCemetery Railing for the ceuntry, made ao aa to be put np
by an ordlnarr n-eehinlc Ja30—If , •
GROCERIES, UQl ORS, TEAS, &C» *
FALL. 1800.
WnSTOA A POWERS.
UAVK now tn ttore, and receiving coretantly, which they offer
to the trade
srld hhda B own Sugar*, P rto Rico and Muacovado
iowie eho'ce
4 l»M* lief lied do , of ill eradti.
«•*) b»|T3 Klo, Lr.K-ur.< ra an! J.m 03Ve*
MS Pin*, >, pipea. ’a, 1-1* and Mb of Lluuori of
all gradra.
10n0 aide* of inorti.l Foie Leather.
4v> htie.a and bt ‘a. Molaaaea and Hyrnn rf all grad a
With a heavy fork of ererpthlr g •:« ■ uru ly kept In a a bob*,to
Groce-v. wt lr 1 thry off. r on favoiable t. rn 9 to the trade.
Be pi i—idn
hltlP UUUItEI!A(.E.
FfftlE und. ralgned hare tbl» d«y f.rrarda co-partrerahlp under
I It. ■ 9tyb-r.f lU-iPAI GIt A HPA1I, f, the j.arp-of 0
ducting the .'.DIP BROKERAtiK b..»'n« -. and rtap.vtfuUy aolt.,1
ttic patronage of Utctr friend* and tie public.
A MiLLSPAro"
JAM tit G. be A It,
Cary a.-.d ISlh rtrr-a. naar the Si , k.
Vb-hmond Jaonar* lat. lW.il Irtil—If
PKK.M I'M PLANTATION
GUIS T M I L L.
V -
rp*ira If a Simple, durable and efficient riant tUon GRfbT MILL.
I It has been awarded first premiums at a'.l K*lrs where It baa
teen exhibited. It Is* adapted for Horse, Gin. h'vsn or Wat* r
Power, and «ill grind from six to twelve husi.e s per i r*» r, accord*
|r e to degree ol f tien't* required. Price f£0, and f£&extra for
Bolt fo making (lour.
bend for de,crtrtive Circulars containing testimony from farmers
ai.d others, and addieaa
WM. ? . BOYIR k BROTHER,
Implement lUiiu'^tann,
■*H—*1m_Phil a :«Ipbla.
WILCOX GIBBS’
SEWING MACHINES.
iirxjrrrD or
J. €-21121.S, mill Pointy
POOARORTifl COUNTY, VA.,
kND Is manufactured under patents err.nted to Mm and James
Vtlllcox dated Jur.eJ. ISftt. rc Issued July IX, is>. Patent* J
Auru«* 10, InV, FeMuarv 21. 1fcfi0 A'so lir.ceasetl under six other
Patent's, cover leg Me ect!r« col jt ruction of ll. Machine ; rocse
quentlr, there can he no I t'.gxtloc In regard to the ratent righ*.
It Is less ccmtdicatid and the most perfect work ng hewing Ma*
chine now in use.
It forms a fl*t, er. n and elastie se«m, which Is w -rranted not to
rip In wear, and Is reliable upon «!1 k'n<:» of fat rlcs.
Price$33 to $75. Every Machine warrant* d.
JOHN A. BRLVIff,
Hclvli'» Idoek,
ifp® 12th and Ooserncrstruts.
jili;* tuna* a Vo. c o<»vt« . ~
rilHK » ndeislnetl having been app • nted - »r r. agents In this r’ty
A. for thi-sale id It e ao< ve < Id nnd «r*ll kiinwii br.. ml of Cog »<j
Brandy, to rail He at'enH* n rf the ’rude to the v*»y
mp* rtor qu-IIty «f this article. which they otbr for tale fratu
Boston Wai.kii ..!.«»:■», and toariive direct.
lliey now off r lor sale a shipment, apart of which Is rf the
vintage of IMv_sc»T~tm I. M B DiTRlfPORI
FIM< OLD MII KKY U1MS. fn.
A chid ng the fi est qualities brou, \t to this cout Iry, of « ur « wo
ire| o.talion, just landed aod for sale by
OLDEN k M UAH,
sel^ Cor. r earl and Cary kit.
OLD WINRI ARDLlQi'ORR
a lull assortment of the ai..,v go*- d«, wrt.l h we w>rrant of
th- very be* I an J purest qua If th m Imi orted, and whhhwe will sell
at the lowest prices, In quattlUcj to tu t p«r*i has* <».
FEl.llF.N A VII.! FR,
»<1F___ _ C«»r. Pearl and Cary Ftj.
M2 IBPLfiM HHOMI1KS
CORNER OF CBIBTNtT AND t*TH FT*., PlilLA*D»LPIIIA
In ihe same square as the
roBTinsm aid girard hotels.
ARE constantly receiving of ihclr own lmportaliuus ail the new
, eat and r chest styles of
RICH BILKf*.
l’ARI: bHAKIK
UKLSADISLS.
foulards,
POFLI® IN,
BLACK SILKS.
EMBROIDERIES,
FURNISHING GOODS.
FUMMKR STUFFS
.n«:.\ a.xi> kovn w la it,
IN GREAT VARIETV.
OsnrktJ carefully executed. t«s—I'ftoi
COAL Oil. UHi*N!
SHADES, CHIMNEYS AND
WICKS.
WK have nn hind tome 88 different patterns of
COAL OIL,
STAND,
UANGTNG,
and SIDE LAMPS,
SHADES, WICKS, tr ,
Whlnh we offer to the City an I Country Merchants, »i v, ry low
pric »
T.ie betl and rheapeat light, eaeept Gat. i.ow In uae.
WM. K. MI TI ER A SON,
ae'9 ^^_ No. 19 I earl Street.
FALL AM) WINTER SALKS.
VOKKIDN AND DOTIESTIC DBV COODA.
BKKEDEN’ A VOX,
~17 Broad Street.
i
i
i
Cloak*. Mann* * anurwaww. » me- rr.« m urnuNiari.; MJM m
Velve*, Cloth, an t other material*;
Ca'lK-Uiof ■, I). U)"4« Ift and Hu;®;
A full -teck In V.lv. t T ip -tr'
Ilru?*rl«, # ply and liiy**in, all of whlrh wr dull cfVr rn the
most reasonable term*. iJilH'.l'l V A h»\,
re1* __ -»7 ltroa«l • trret,
LAS CHAU DELI BBS.
WR 1 aye ju»t opened snrre new ami h*aut fa I patterns of
CIIA* DKUKftS, PiXDIVIf a.
whl h ar*- of the latest and ao»t approved ordir The at'er.t'on
of parch: ten la Inviltd to oar unitsaaUy large and r. irph tr stock a
(JAS FIXTURES.
which will be mid u l,.w h at ar y t'.lahtM mrnt Snuth. Pem. m<
her we keep only the b. *t and the fi*,tiIt variety.
8TERB1NS, PULLEN A CO,
•e-JC lot KiodS r.rt.
8TFKFONCOPEN AND mREOKrOPIC
VIEWS.- We have a fre*h aupply i f thoee fcda. jot to I,end,
al prleev that ea> not fail to atve satbfartlon. Plerae emit and ea«
amine them at W M. SA1TI FR A CO'S.
oeO_Ufll»ln ,trrrt~
OK. i'. tt. HIMVS uiNDINK .T|KDI< INF*.—
I have tl*la d y rrc Ivrd a lot • f the above medic!? e<, a hh h
1 can warrant pare. Also, pure ifltdh* nil Brandy and Port Wine,
for sale In boUU«. This Bran* > and Wine are cf snperlnr ijaali
ty. W. L W4RINO,
te91 Wn 107 broad •!., shore Dili.
lltlPOKrtM NOUfK.-B v the us. of 1101 ZtY. ei7
I braird RWtBS IKATHKR PRK*RRYATlY»', rn. pair of It o«s
or 8D»es can he bC? to last *• ,'nng as 'so It prevents the ’eslh*
er from rrark’nr and make* U lo*'t, •‘u-ahl- and wate -pirof fold
Mr_srtl_JAIL F DUVAL l>ru<gfet, Main Hi.
Gaya iiituikics patknt nun elas
tic PAINT, irana'sctursd from pare India Rt.Lber. yrouod
n all c *lors Tl Is pslot Ukup-rlorto spy other, vml after yesrs V*
rf eapetlencc Is found to rrsial the action of Ihe atmoij lierc and
la any ellna’e
A sire preventive ayalnet leaky roof*.
An excellent protection for metals: frr sale hy
eegf DO V K A 00 , vt h tlrsale Drogglste.
wPAI LDINt.’* CRDEHRATkI ROSE NT,8 HV
For restoring and beautifying the Hair; Wood's Restorer •
Mrs. A lie Vs ■csW*r, the iorst Frerch Tomedct; improved Hair
Dyee, and all the Faahicpablc Perfumer j and CtsiueiHq rr Por
•a!ehy W. U waripo,
W81 No, m Stood tv

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