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_ _ — ■ ■ ■ - ■ — ■ ■ C—i “VOLDME 64. RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1860. _ NUMBER 247. _——^^ . . ' I t iDr.» 1WUW A* I A ^L. RICHMOND DAILY WHIG. Pabbeben In ail — wheaa nWne. la labaaaatba dapotft af • laMarta Iba Put OMca containing money. Oea »Nw*re, (1* ttoea) or lean, one iaaertioa.- M bob additional taoortloo. » Oae Booth etthoal oltaratloa. * Thru da da 10 M M> da da ** • Tbdia da da * <* Two buna, Three moo the..13 1 • Ma moatha.... .*3 (* Tweloamootha..Ob %W Re adeortlaaateot la be ooaaUated by Iba month ar yiat balm rpeclftrd oa Iba daaaeertpt, ar yreetooaty acreed «[on hr. tween the parttoe. Aa adrariliiBial aot marbad aa Iba aooy Mr aipecMed • am ber of tooarGoag will bo ooatlaaod aatll or farad a at, aad paymeat aaaclad teeordihgly iw~ CaaaLaa tnaiaaaa —To aeold any Btawaderataadtog •albaparto! the Aaaaai Adtarttoera. It It proper to ilal iHtffaidfr. that vhelr prlrilefea >nly rxtaada to their Immediate boatneaa. leal ■rtate. Local and all other Adverttaeaeata tent by them to ba aa addhloaai charge, aad aa eariath o t«T deal total. and General Agenta- Adya.ltoeseote aot to ha taaerv-l by thf year, bat to be charged at lha aaaal ratea, labject ba each dteeonnw ae (hall be agreed apwn. t#“ BootaeUere aad yearly advertmrre. centrally. encaging naa ar more apoarra. with the privilege of Change, ahall aot, on their yearly retrace. In any ooe week, Ineert more than lha amaaat agreed apoa at the atamttag ntie wnder the contract, aad all eaoae tong each amount to be charge-1 at the aaaal ratea. Advertiaeittcnu loacrted lathe deal Weakly Whig at TS cento par < |aare of I • Hoea or hmi tor the tool Insertion, and SO cento par mtaare for each matlnaaaee, or If weekly. 7 a eeala. CM. to WILLI Add. SAMVML C. ADD WII.MAH« * It KID. PRODTTCK Commission Mowhantu, 0. 0 CV0S00 WA1.0CT A Ml* .d/n 'VXD STKS0T, rini'lanatl, Otolo. Bnllctt ordert tor all klnila of M ragpra Prod mew, and atake Ah.-'ii t'aafe Adyam- pa mi t'ouaignmramta for kale, or M'Ti haadlor boaghl aad dtored oa aocwaat of porchaaara. telb—dtf____ HOOFING!! CIKAV Kle HiMiriUi!!! IM0TE.VI (OK FELT) HunFlMU ' !1! TIN MtkOTINC. We are aow prepared to eat ao the GKAVaL HOOPING, of a vary tape Hr reality, el the la Iowa or country. Alec, aU klada of GCTTHH8. OONOCCTOBb. and LIGHTNING AO DC QIIAHLCd, IX TALA d (XX, •P»-« _ Iron Block Governor dtreet I Pm LA.NTF.M b AMI*—Ilo.lug Waaad lha lot oexttomy Wtrehaaaa oa the Uncb. I «hall keep e mtanli? on band a •wpt’lv »f lha beat LCHP PLACThlt, which I aill tell ai ib- towetl mukrt ratea. All Flatter told by ma wl I be WtlGdkl) ul'T Ad DALI I A AClk, ao there wIB be aa iwaa la we'ght to the eoaaumer,— Or I - a from lha trade ftBad oa accommodating foot Jel3-dActo __A. b. LKB mi: mi KAHE i’ovp.i.iv. Capital. 810,000.000! nil'U INCOME, i I, JSn.UOOl Many Nrf.aw NT,*00.00. INVESTED IN THE UNITED STAVES. OVER *<04,4441 AU IHracAra rarauMlIf Jfaei fir UU Aa,dj.ma-tU of Uo (pefiMg Wl rmpwiMly ul attention to the eecarity of the Llrerpool bad London Insurance Company, to lu policy holder* In Its '.acre cash capita, and Ineestmenla, aa Mated shore. The largo capital and Income of the Company enable It te take Race eoneenlsal to parties repairing large amoanu of insurance In addition to the ordinary mods of tnsarnacu. this Company la ones PSXXJSSXrrOUClJCS, on Urn payment of rjr.Vd.VAC At. PAXMICMH Property la. thencetorth. PMltJtA.VI.VTL t I yrsntxi' Tbe Poll y eaa ho coneeilotf sl say time, and lb* pro m'am will be rotnrned lees 9 per 'eat. This Company old make insurance by tom of lento by Hr*, on k •• f ia4 oioat liberal yrim'tylt Under the Policies of this Company ail claim* are paid epoa pro Mutation of enttofnetory proof of lorn without jhuiaaw** or J*W to rn *>r mfereat. and not. oe Is usual, etnrr nstn after preaento N.s of proof. WORTHAM k WTATT, Agents, ■ahkl 4* Wain etr-et. nndor St Charles Hotel. GREAT ATTRACTION*. £xeollen.t Baiufains in D U V V O (I D 9 _ _ p.>n COHH OriLY JltftV. D. qrtRLEt * M.VI «u offer tfctomorm Beoatifal U-oe and J acorn. Vo, H*e Very fine nrttadte and Jeouds. 14c Trench Chl.ua Hd.liar.la. 14 and Sts Poulard Wtial 90c, <er* cheap e Buim gA, ha 19k. »nd die, very cheap Cambric Neeeet at Ilka Lace do at 30c Cambric and Muslin Bolt* at 90c. The a bore Quad* an offered at a great saeriRco In order to dose thorn stone*. *» UROtD BTREKT 1 SA MALE XHLV Off HIMMPJ SO. 1 RfA.TR* J.OU ILT SOB Bit SINGS. 9 hbto. of Wood-* No I faintly Cut Herring* a** .to. of *ood-» So. 1 fani !y Grom Uerrlngg 14 do of Sotos-* puree Older Ylneg >r 1440 gueen (Tty faulty lloai *4 p*H* of Geo ret* and ftrhin Pemly lord 14 cheats at fresh Green amt Black Teas, something eery An * in toed, 14 bbto. of enpoftor New family and B*tru rone, w errant ed to glee satisfaction. for sale by BO BRUT A. R DAHNRY, Greece If Kdesalo and Bcta'I, ankO (Wnoe o* Broad sod Tth Steeds. v. <.eiu:t, > WATCHES, JEWELRY*! 19 SILVER W ARE, BAGLR SQUasR. WAIN STREET, HI. htoMIbri, Va, EVERY DESCRIPTION Off WATTHSS. IS GOLD AND SILVER CASES, RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY CAT! BO, IORIL, LA V A AND PMRL UTS, 4 SILVER TEA SETS, PITCHERS, GOBLETS, SPOONS AND fORKR, SILVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS, Spoons, Porks, Lari lea. A, ., *r., )»f-tf____ e tirg HAVE l> TTUHYi AND Offef for Nmlu T1 oo a* 'storable term* u the article can bo Imported for, al ly portage* 04, X Ad H pi pee) of pur* and bee* ^eaJUf ffEENOH BRANDY, of our own Importation. 1§a 4V * i.i?«rnii9 CMCKER1M PIANOS. ’ ANEW and tali supply of these splendid Inetro menu here been recced In addition to lb* beaotlful Bolt do Not*. theCIr- Wf eular Action, nn.! th* Grand, we has* now the Boo-11 f I II Adr. a beautiful Instrument of an upright form. Th# Chlekcrinfi her* *> orn prim* »ww, an orwr rw •end nari" -r ut from irat rank tnetltatiiia* ami fain at America aad of kurope. They hare mAi-Jradarcd aad aohl more • Plano* Uiaa any factory la the wort-L • PTom the Chlckertaca hare emanated the heat aad moat perma acat lmprorcmebta that hare bruaeht the Plano to lu prraenl pee . faction, and hy the greet capital they hare lariated (a maaafao turtue eoareoltncce, they eaa Mil fully Bfly percent, cheaperthaa aay other factory. Non* af their 1 imminent* lenre the anrarooaa with..at haring been fully Inspected hy the heel artiala. A« UkU t%cU>rj hu MV*r nor* Ihtn om %gracy In » city, m il.-hta >nd three Inetrumoou can only be add hy the •abaerlbcr. The factory warranto all Plaaaa we all Ordwr, pm-fAly at “kcraM. north *da at Broad itroot, aaar Mb, aad at OahUm tan A Brother a. Ko. ldi Mala Mrwot. salt MATHT O ttm, iota A rent. GARDE* ttEEDN. llltlH and OKNCINa UAgDKN N'.alAri tin with the gga I »r» item oarc, aad a pptod at Mrt.deeal* or BetaU Toe ^X_ trt'olhr Uhed e ther lo part.re for rw»a' 'r*. cr 'a hulk A IO, prim r Cl iree.Tim. t»» .Orchard, Herd firm, Beotucky Blue firm. 1 C mirel L .wn II -see, A' t ea, Piult aad Ornamental Tree* ,W W PAtOIAU MOB.IA Seed aad Arrkoi ur.| March un», „J3 - dim 7th aad Market, nilad. Iphla. itrR'lTLTVRU HI HOiTlfl LTl'RU IMPLEMENTS. AnalCCLTt7BtL AMD HOtTloUttfBaL l.MPLBMBKTII A la eccry tartriy. eo-Miming of P owe, Hsrrawa, Cu Urn I r. II rcc Moan. Il-.ne Power, aal The .here. Corn *• cllera. Portable drain > Ilia, Ur.m y.»«. May and t ottnn £mmSto| ham Irapcralorr, f aimerY Bo* e l, Portable Older Mills. Weod t • Mo* re. ami Manae'k Combined keep- r and Mower, Hay, *»raw and fold r C-tle-e, with ere ry thing hM th* Perm and fiord n, nt Mhoironle nad Be tad. Impcored hrtede at Stock tarefully te tootod ami thpped to emtor. rjMUAU. MOB 111, AgrieoUaral aad ieed Wnrehenee, „i.t _e*m Ith and Market. Philadelphia, (■rniuatratcil Imp'emenM. Seed and Nursery Cataioguaa. fur «d • . ramlmion af Munpa._ __ MATHBil ATIC.% «. IRM'YISt.'.viBPrYMof dlmetlm portatl -n. tow heat am f larpr.l mtttarnt eeer offered la IBM city at petcaa at Btl to BS per eek Portal* by MM. BATTLIR A 00. wtt_IB Mala itreet. PICKU5U VIKKUAU AND BPICl B.—Reo-ired p *r socket from BmithlaU, 1J Imla. WlLon't CIDBB TlKff 0AR. W* aJn. hare n fine naaoftmaat of Bpkea, not to b*awrp*a* 0d In this city. MINN to IOO.^ RICHMO.VD POTTERIES, (jjp * rjOT or Hill ,'TRSST. ROCItm. AKD CORNER OK CART AKD 1»TH STREETS, BlfHKOND, VA. • KBESEE Sc PARR, _, PBOPBIlfOBB. riB aaha»ttonr» iMprcttoWy n Mem toe ■eeohtato at VIrftmla, N -rth Carolina nad Ttaneoa**, that they are mnoutacturtag IA* Oeet guilty of STONE-WARE, Which tvy wW HU at tha my ioweet prices, wUk a lOarai dip IV* AB Ware Mid by a* wW ha dettrered la any part of 'he (My bee of charge. TritlB W. KBBBEB, • butt_DAVID PABB. _ m • BL B . Very aapettor old By. Mhlbky, af r ariosi Mi* W*°'U r»m.i-y ^ _ M. JOKBB. 50*n.‘-i*‘-‘,*"“‘‘*““>,umna 100“?-“-’ **%« *‘V* ■ ^ CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE. WIIuvho the attention of Merchant• now visiting oar market la the naunally large and attractive Mock of FALL CLQTHING, MW la More, aad ready for Ibrtr 'nipection. We hare taken peat puma, aad aaed sar hMftuI advantage*, aad king experinea la lha MANUFACTURE OF THIS 3TOCK, ■ad latter oaneleea that wa oBsr aa paal ladaoemeoia la STOCK, STTLBB AND PUCKS, at thcavof any hsaae, la nay city lathe Union. RUN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS, Ml_IPS Main Greet. HEW CLO TH I If « . Fall of I860. DARRACOTT, HARRIS k CO., UAYB Received a Ivrgea oek of Clothing, embracing all tha la teat My lea -ad ,| util Ur. BU.-h Drvae Ka’ta Vance Caaeln-are Salta B .chant fancy Tricot Salta Vetoelum Hun Ing Suita Sim s.-d Yalvat Yvata Black aad Paaoy Pant* Under.htrta and 'tawew Phli u and Cnl'ara Necktiea, Gloeoe and Sockv Which we are , Bering at wry low prlcva. Ca l aad vxaialas Item at D.tRK.tCOTT, HARMS A COS . ocS IIS Main n ceL AID 1M»«. PALL AND WINTER STOCK Or CLOTHING, AT Simpson ite Miller’s, eiaMulmiIttwcgwnuil Dewier* ta SUPEKIOH CLOTHING. \\rK have now open at 11* Main at, a larp aiock or Clothing of II every variety, v'.vle and quality, at eery law prices. OVER CO AM, BACK CcATS, BUSINESS AND DRIBS COATS, Preach, Kngiiah and American Case. Paula Varnlshi'.* Goods, of every diacr.pl un Beery at tick eft I thing at the Ivwvat prices at 119 Main *L, op iwaft. Hit ■!,.II a Tylvr’a sv*2 BIMPaON A MILLER. NOTICE. flllll mbacriher hvvlne made a cf ange la his hnelneaa on the lal 1 of July lavt, makes It necessary that all account* doe him per vtoua to that ilma eh. uld be closed, tte would, therefore, ask of Ida old friends aad ruueeerv to romc forward and discharge their In lebl dnesa. Thanhiul fa- oaM favors, ha would uvk u rontinu once of thetr pair on age to Ike nrw concern of SPENCE A GARY. K II 8VICNCK, No. I J>», cor. Main aad loth at*. Richmond, Aug. S». 1MO. _ awS> nil't KTN > NMIIV. IHAYRihladur aaaoclulrd with me. In the Merchant Tailoring tod R-sdy Made Clothing Buvlne a, WM. «. HARRY, of ttnydton. Mecklenburg. On , Ya., said O. partnenhp to date frrtm July lal, l **H. The buMnrue will hereafter be conducted under the same and Mele of apt nee A Gariy Grateful for th» eery liberal patronage I hare received for Hie past Sti years would mutt rcapcctfolly oak a continuance of the same to the now rencent K. B aPRNCK, ,v tl No. I9n earner of Main and IS.h street IMPROVED KKk.Vt II YUkh SHI XT KMVOKIU.H. CT«*nt lumens Furnishmj?Gootln tlr y have now . n hand ovrt Urn dum ^iilrb, all prtoem. qumlltlco f f *d«I ujrlrw which Wt arc c luting out ml reduced price* Thc«<* chu u arc all wade with the fanout Improved French Vokm, and arm warranted to At* Oar MMO'tment of Ttcm mnJ OravaU can’t be beat la the dtp of ■chtu ad W* wua J call attention to oor larpc iWk of Under Fhlrta mnd Drawem, which b Vcrv hill, and contain* foil llnem In IKU, tiaum* H«rti» e*w UOffB. aotl loUou H> )uv< Hk'r*a*««l oar faeUKfea for making ffhirta to order, at Uk »fvort<«i nolle*, and a perfect At warranted. Also, on hand, a dae stock of Ready Made CU-thing. armricvisr a maowirr. No 94 Main street, Oor at St. CiKEAKE i:\TH.U TOK, roa UiDTiN PHOT TAR* WAR, 01 ART Kiao 09 GREASE, rauO 4 LA UHM 09 BILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES, AND FROM Broadcloths, Cassimeres, See WM.nl On tlojKUtt xu/ury to Unfit!.riot. TUI? article has been uaed by many peraon* thronghool lb country, and haa received the hlghed recommendation* It alao received the illtcr medal at the iaat Mechanic*’ Fair. It ta made In thla city, and deaervaa the patron age of the Soalh. To b* had at the principal drugglata and at my laboratory, corner Main mid 10th eta, Richmond, Va ED WARD T. FINCH, IglS—ly Analytical Chemist. RKKP TOOL ’.—The celebrated unexcelled “I'll ALL KNOB" REFRIGERATOR with aide ventilator. Water Coolcn, vari es* wi and patten; Ice Pitcher., all iltea and patterns Mae ear*! patent '- Rve minute" Ire Cream Freemen, and a variety nf other bind*, lor sale at reduced price*. We call ptrtlcuiar alien lien to the Juetly celebrated “CHAL LRNGE'' REFRIGERATOR, coral dering It the beat article ever of fered for tail In thla place, and therefore recommend It with cud tbvocc. Anothersupply juat received, a few only of which are un eugagwl Peraoo* In want of the above, are requested to call and an amine bef.re purchasing elsewhere G. A A. BARGAMIN, Ja, nan tf SIT Main 8b, Richmond, Va. WHEELER Ac WILSON M iNl'KAOTL’RING COMPANY'S SEWING MACHINES. re- 6II.IHHI. 60.000. -*t HbVR been sold and the universal satisfaction warrants the Company In recommending and warranting It In the streng eattert”. opfja()J( pRgSg 0f VIRGINIA. The bed we have aeen.—Ant miner. The wore ti strong and perfegb —Gbri'Anm Jt/isn-iff*. No other at all compare* —.SonM. Oontaina every late Improvement.- < 'sulcal /Vasbyfev-Lim. It do* till' propoaeu— Sfioinr. I* ruperlor to any — AinriUr Tr mtrr.pl. Is decidedly the beat -J-g r suntan UtpuUicam. Meal exccllenb Blue Rula* Rtpui.li.au. Far ’he beat - Warrrnl..n Whig. It tab*, the lead.—Flag of '**. Aope lor to any — Fa i U.c n. The beat I* use —I'uiptptr iUntrutr. The moat complete — R.ckiHjjka.n R.JXrltr. The beat t adc — Vallta lHu.acr.tt Without a rival.--.N-tear/de Aunrktm. Recent Inprov emeule make II the moet complete and perfect mnchlne eeer offered to the public. E. H. CRA1GK, Agent, 227 Main St. Richmond. angn Joliuenn'a Unit, Norfolk. A Vf I Hu ll gilANO. '"O tons Sarvli Ia’an.la nr Amer lean Guano, wai ranted genuine, lor sale low to cloae. . _tr A. ?. LEE, on the Dock. TAKDY 4 WILLIAMS, W HOLESALE t-ROCEBS AID COMMISSION M • RCHAHTS. CORNER CARY AND 1HTH 81 MEETS, Itlt'HTIOItU, VA ARE new receiving their Fall Supple of Groceries, to which the aiw-oiioo of Cash *• d prompt dealer, are requ- «'ed. To inch they are disposed to evil at the lowed market ratea T»,ey now has eta dor. 100 Mule prime Porto Rino and Cuba Sugar. H»i hblb A. EstraC. Crushed, kowdared. Granulated and Cnt Loaf buyers to boxes la>af Sugar* « -0 be.la N O . Porto Rico and Muscovado Molaaac S'lte*. English I viand WoUm*. US’ bbla Orrherabanasn'sSyrnp Nxl bag. prime Rh Coffee too baa* Old Government Java do (very enperior) «>•' begi Old Dominion Nails ISisi sides Sole Leather, g od and good damaged loo pkga Green and Mack Teat, some eery ch-tce 201 hovel Adifoantlnc and Tallow Candle. 118 hates Soap IV» lha. Co-ton Yarn. .--- I... luu k< *r* Lew* Soda Mai bulea Window fllaaa iwi kein Am MW dna. Backet*. _ *n;w_ LIGHTS k BRADSl'KKV’S PIANOS. lift CALL the attention of the eitlaena of Rkh- — 11 run. and Vlrefnla, to nor Piano Port.a we h*.cpls.-ed with Mr Carual, that llr.lr qualities, In every r.vpecl, (way be tewlea hy the aide ofthefl #11" famed flhkkrrlna’a We warrant all oar Plano*, and can ahow aa high aad aa naa» roaa letum. nlali aa any factory In the country. All of which caa he teen aa Mr. Carual'• on Rruad Hired. 3d door from IHh. 4nl*_ _LIGHT* A BRADBURRT. rxKHA “r' amd “r» roprut *» «'«.— Fjaufl for aal* hr BAl'P* A BAEBHBVII.I-R. FOK FARflERN. PRIME HEAVY BROGANS, MADKEXPRK3S FOR US. w b have la Store a laig ■ atock of ray aaperior HHORH, made vv la tx'rn atyle, of all alaee, for Men, Woo-ii and Boy* Aiao, Mra'a uavr double long lig Boots, awl table for din hart and farm hand* These choc* will wear double aa long at uy can *> made la > irg-r la. *e have void them la same of Ihe large** aad boat farmers la Virginia, and they pronounce then t* be the b* el Ht.oe they leave ever given the r er vanta; thev have worn them twelve month. We Invite all in went ef really prime Sh re, to call and rlamine them We hate also the Men's Armory Nuen, aad M.u'e and Boy’s Hewed akhmoad mad* Brogan*. We wlU aril them very Mr fbr the quaBtle*. , — ,,T„ awgft PUTNKT A W ATTH. NTOCKS FOH SALE. AOA AAA lOAJtOK* VALLBT RAILROAD 1ST MOST tf li'M'uV gage. -I per cent bond*, eonnectlog with the Rlehm >nd and DaavtBe, and Raleigh and Gallon Railroads, 31 mile* long coming over oa* million of dorian, with a mortgage of only aatl.UU >. Poe a miaou description of the prevent condltloo and future proepect of the Company, pamphlate can be had at ogr of Ic* - ALSO— (MO V«. and Teen*****, 3d a-origan SUN Turk River S per dent. Bead* •MU Virginia «‘a 3d .hare* Richmond Fir* Aaaoclatioa to do tire and Mann* «MU d* Rank of Ihe Commonwealth augg-tf 0. W PCRCBLL A 00. 1860. DRY GOODS, 101 THB FALL TRADE. Wt are prepared In oter I* Merchant* the largest and heel stock ef Portlga x“d Auaert* tarn Dry Looda, ever exhibited by oa Our atueka of British aad Bren h Goods are of our own Importation selected In ihe Lurwo.au Market*, by one of oar In*, ft have a larg rlock of American fabrk* of every grade, tutted to the Benlbera trad*, *U of whkh we wlU Mil a* tow aa ih^ caa be boaght la any market In thl* ooantry.U the prompt tia month* aad c mb trad*. All each w# are detcraalaed to p!**a* If Ue, HI »IV. ua a chauu. _A DRRWRT. GABtBN SVBD FOR FALL MflJfc tarly Urge Tork Cabbage ho Oabeart do Do Hwgarkif do Large Drwmh-ad d* Do Plat Dutch do tarly Caul Oowvrv Boon I gavoy Span ah Grifhn CrtrM fca'e ■arty Batter IsUae* D* lardy Haaaeraralik 4* Buck tad (pas te ladlah, for tale by tof WM PALM»». MB * CO. RICHMOND WHIG. The Ball iu Sew York in Robot of Lord Renfrew. A BRILLIANT AFFAIR-AX ACCIDENT AND A PANIC—“WHOM TUE PRINCE DANCED WIT11." The New York pipers aro crowded with account* of the tnaguUiceut ball given at the Academy of Music, on Friday night, in booor of tbe Priooe of Wale*. The crowd preseut was immense—at least five hundred more than the capacity of tbe Academy for suoh an occasion. From the Times of Saturday, we gather the following account of the brilliaut, but badly managed, affair: Tbe ‘ Grand Ball in honor of the Prince of Wales" was preceded, last night, by a very splendid, crowded, gorgeous aud glittering levee, which may well take rsuk with the most msgnificeut “j*ni»”pf history. In the days of our grandmothers, who used to have their hair dress ed two days in advauce of oue of these festivities, aud tit bolt upright in powder for forty-eight hours, it was re gat ded as the height of fashion and the supreme of bliss to fill a bouse so foil with embroidered beaux aud belles that they stood upou oue another's silken toes in the pas sages and stairways. Of our own days it tnay hereafter be said that the finest thing which “four hundred select committee men” of New York could do to entertain the Prince of Wales, was to invite to the Academy of Music exactly five hundred people more than the house would hold, amuse tbeui by opening a pitfall in the Door, and crush their toilettes into onu .iiuuiatinguisbabl* mars of spli-udor. The crowd began to assemble at an early hour; by 8 o'clock carriages blocked up Fourteenth street, between Irving Place aud Uniou Square, and shortly afterwards a mass Of coaches r< ached acroas Broadway aud for sev eral squares along 1’nton Place. The arrangements out side, however, were admirable; when within about fifty yards of tbe Opera House the carriages formed t u queue, and a large enough sjiace was preserved for them to drive up without difficulty. Inside tbe crowd was not dense before nine o'clock, but after that hour it became prodigious, quite surpio-aiug any numlier at any previous ball. All the wealth, fashion, talent, power ami iienuty of the mctiopolis wire amply represented, slid, iu ad dition, a large mnuber ol |m-ihoiih of |H>litieaI, social and professional distinction from elsewhere were present. The ball was everything hut a bail. Tbe arrangements of the external and internal police, though ooea-ionallv irritating to impetuous beauties, impatient of supper, were most exemplary. The wealth of (lowers lavished upon corridors, galleries, box-frouls, ami doorways, was tropical lor variety of hue, and Arabian Itir odors of beatitude. All that iiiustc could do to enchant an aro matic atmosphere with melody, the most superb bauds procurable iu America abundantly did. Tne Prime ol Wales, who apparently lias Queen Kbxtbeth's passion for darn ing' made bis rnlrtt punctually at tcu o'clock, armed and equipped as the committed bad kindly directed, iu “full evening dress," with all the noblemen and gentle men of his suite. Tbe stately Mrs. Morgiu, in a cloud of crape alive with diamonds, was at her post, prepared to often the ball as became the queen reguaut of tbe Kuipu-e State, with tbe young beir ol Kuglaud. Aud yet at midnight the ball liad uot begun. “Some oue bad blundi r d," pr< ctst’ly us some one blundered on llie re ception day of Thursday, aud lust night, as then, this same one's bluudt r cheated the I'rinoe of hall his pita stire and dmsht-d the festival lor all with a tinge of min gled mirth and vexation. All that we had heard of the elaborate and costly pre work iu August Iasi, seemed fully borne out by the li-st aspect of the Academy alien we entered it. Just before the ai rival of tbe l'riucv, tbe parquette, floored over from lobby 10 stage, drupeJ, beset with exotics the tich est aud most fragrant, was lather a parterre than a par quette—a parterre ol living (lowers, rustling, fiiitteriug, gleaming with bright eves aud brighter jewels. The boxes and galleries climbed, tier sbove tier, into s grsml ti in of ihe same animated beauty, created and glowing with Hues of the most brilliant light. Never has tbe Opera House presented a spectacle so sumptuous at once aud so exquisite as at tbe moment of the Prioce's en trance upon the stage, lo the persuasive strain of "God Save the Queen.” But here began the miscarriages ol the night. The "dais” on which the Prince was to have presented himself was no dais at all, and be was coinn queutlv just as risible to ihe whole mass of the people ou tbe Hoor, » ho surg< d and swayed to and fro in a kiud of well-bred iuipalieuce in their eagerness to see him, as if he had been Leaudcr in tbe play. Indeed, but for the national air ol Kuglaud, lew out of the upper boxescoutd have suspected his presence within the sacred space rather foolishly railed ell' for his accommodation. A kind orirautic pn meuade, eddying both ways, then begau to defile, or rather lo entwine itself beiore the hero uf the evening, as a preparation for the opening Strauss quadrille of the Haute Voice. A more perplex ing piouieuado was never perhaps performed by »n en thusiastic and well dressed multitude, hot before it had developed its attractions, it was suddenly interrupted by a stupendous crash. A momentary thrill ran through tbe crowd, aud a panic might have perbapi ensued with the most appalling const quences, had not a few gentle men in the vioiuily of tbe Prince, conspicuous among whom was Kx Governor Pish, rushed lorward to reas sure the house. Iu fact nothing had happened but the hilling in of a large part of the Moor iu the “reserved quarter,” and directly iu trout of the Prince. As it was, people simply started and atainmi-red out their surprise. Belorc they could recover from tbe shock they were sa luted with a second. This made the matter serious.— The Prince and his party retreated to the supp-'r rooms, the bands began lo play all manner of walizes, polkas and quadrilles in mad succ< ssion, the people bi gan to Oow as best they might out from the perilous parquette into the corridors, aud to find tin ir way into the supper room. Carpenters cauie ou the scene, and a sort ol modified anvil chorus, not in the original opera, was set up in the heart of the ball. In this way two hours were consumed, the tine edge of the leslivity pretty well taken l If, and tbe Prince robbed of at least six dances. However, the /tie was an event, and is not to ba for goitcn. Ill the details ol decoration aud equipment there was scarcely anything aith which the most lastidioua taste could quarrel The supper-room, iu particular,was a wonderful success. The crest of the Prince of Wales blaz: d out in plumes of du'ooni’-like light over the float ing fo'ds of a vast lent of pink and whin- drapery, lined kloug one side with buffet tables,siuguhrly neat and bril liant in service. When the repairs were completed, a little opening was made iu front of the dais, about large mougb lo swine a cat by ihe tail, aud Mrs. Governor Moigan, whose su pcib toilet was the universal theme of conversation, aud Lotd Renfrew took their place for the first quadrille. Auioug those who shared ihe distinction of dancing in this set were Lord Lyous with Miss Wood, Mis Gould Hoyt, daughter ol Geu. tf.ott, Col Scott, his son-in-law, Miss Berryman with John Van B ircn, Jas. W. Gerard, who did “the handsome thing” on ibis occasion by Mrs. Uowlaud; Capt. Gore and two or three other ladies and gcullemrii, a hose name* have uot transpired. This over, the crowd begau sensibly to dimmish. Lord Renfrew danced several times, atid at 2 o'clock seemed to be gelt ing into the mi l its ut the occarion. Hut public curiosi ty was by this lime pretty much satisfied, and the 1-gsof all wi re very much wearied. Some went home disgust ed, more disappointed, and all morlifi d, for the accident Intd a moral in it, considering the circumstances under which it occurred, ,which touched the pride of every American. The follow ing ladit-s also had the honor of dancing with Lord Kentrcw : Miss Fish, Miss Mason, Miss II Has sell, Mrs. Kdw Cooper, Visa Augusta Jar. Mis. II-liuout, Mrs M li. Field, Miss Van Hnren, Mrs Kernochan and Miss Butler. While the Prince was dancing, almost ev erybody else iu the room was motionless or unanimously peeling at Ilia Koval Ilighmss. They crowded around the royal set so that it was difficult to take the steps sue ei H-fully. This continued until the dt parture of the Prince about 6>o o'clock. When the Prince left, the company left, and the Academy was abandoned to fading pcrlumes and departing glories. Never before in this city, were assembled so many beautiful women, westing such gorgeous dresses aud die1 playing such a prolusion of costly jewelry. Artaud in geuuily seemed to have been exhausted Iu striving to produce something which should dazxle aud adoru the natural charms of the persou. Of material, there were b ocades, tulle, moire antique, and the richest description of silks and satins. For ornament, lace, in ail in variety aud elegance, was conspicuous, and of colors, white trim med with Solfi rioo, Magenta or Mauve, slsodre«srs com pooed of material of these colors The head dresses were magnificent, aud included every varietv of j ‘welry and wreaths iu every conceivable form. The effect of this gorgeous costuming was magnificent, and hundreds aaceuded to the upper tiers to wituoss the coup <U ttil thence presented Foremost and first,ln all the great crowd,was to be seen looming up the ungeaiic form of General Scott, the con queror of Mexico. His fair and graceful married daugh ters were grouped around him, at one time on the daia intended for the Baron—and the General among them became the cynosure of all eyes. Ex I’resideut Fillmore aod Mrs. Fillmore were also present. The ladies, on entering the lobby to diarobe thero selvea, and to exchange their outer garments for checks, soon found themselves iu a crush. Many of them emerg ed from this lobby at she start, in ruins, their dresses be ing sadly lacera'ed. The loss in torn laces of the cost liest descriptions must hare been very great We do not think it would oe an exaggeration to say at least $20,000 were lost, as the laces worn by the matrons were of the costliest Brussels, Ac. The young ladies iu floun ces and flowers often looked like Young America iu ruius Their flounces would be trodden upon, and long strings would follow iu train. Then flounces would be toru off, and could be picked up iu all direciiooa. The $50 young ladies’ muslin drerara can scarcely be worn again. It would be difficult to estimate in money this sort of dam agei Three thousand ona hundred and ninety-lire ticketa were issued, and three thousand and twenty-fire were taken at the door—leaving one hundred and seveuty sent to persons who did not use them. The cost of the ball is thus estimated: Jewelry $350, 000; ladies’ dresses $50,000, outlay of committee $40,Ot 0; gentlemen’s dress $*7,oOO; boquota $7,600; carriage hire $5,000; kid gloves $3,000; head dreraes $5,500—to tal $500,000. The eetiMata of jewelry it the value of the amount that was worth While large numbers of Iodise own full eon plemeots of diamond*, ooviaung me necessity 01 any outlay in this regard, other* bad to make new purchases to complete their outfit. In the item of $40,000 expend ed by the committee is embraced the use of the Acade my, the tickets of admission, supplies, wince, music, up holstery, floral decorations and alterations. The Prince danced thirteen dances. Among the places vi-ned by the Prince on Saturday was Barnum's museum. The "Prince of Humbugs,"how ever, waa absent, but the genuine Prince examined the various curiosities very minutely, and noticed particular ly the Sea I.ion, the "What U It,” the Siamese Twins, and the Acquaria. He expressed himself highly gratified with bis visit. It was mentioned on Saturday that a crixy English man had insulted Lord Renfrew in New Vork on Friday, as he was leaving the Fifth Avenue Hotel, for a ride through the city. The Express says: There was a very Urge crowd to see him off, and the cheering, as he made his appearance, was uproarious.— Just as he was about to enter his tquipage, however, an Englishman, who had taken a position near the front door, bcoame vary boisterous, and shaking his fists at the youug Huron, threatened to shoot or kill him. He said that the Huron never would be Kiug of Kugland if he lived a hundred years, and that the democracy of Eng land would nevrr'allow such a thing to be consummated. The man became so disordetly aud threatening in his conduct that officer Rhodes, who was present, interfered, •nd arrested him. The priiouer, who gave his name ns Edward Moucaru, was Ukeu to the Jefferson Market Po lice Court for examination before Justice‘Connolly. It is presumed that he is craxy. After this exciting episode the rojal patty drove off, amid the vrry enthusiastic cheers of the crowd. The Prince, duriog the day, waa formally received -at the-Utdrersity of New Vork by Chancellor Ferris aud Prof. Morse IIo ulso visited the Women's Library, the Astor Library, the Free Academy and other noted places, and on Saturday night ho was honored by a grand torchlight procession ol the fire dc pirtmont. ADDITIONAL FRONI El'ROPE. LORI) JOHN RUSSELL ON THE REVOLUTION The Cologne publishes the following as the tfxt of a dispatch addressed by Lord John K'isscll to Sir .Limes Hudson, British Ambassador at Turin, under dale of the hist of August last London, Friday, August 31, 18fi0. Sir: Although Count Cavour’s note in reply to that you wore requested to hand to him did not give a statement of Id) intentions as precise aud complete as the Govern ment of Her Majesty might have desired and expected, nevertheless it did not think it necessary to lollow the nut ter further. It considered that in substance that note put aside all idea of attack upon the States of tj.e Emperor of Aits tia or upon those ol the King < f Neplrs, and tlmtalthe si me time it obliged the Kiug of Sardinia to rcnoimo• the ces sion of auy portion of the Italian territory, naturally com prising th<- Mind of Sardinia in that public engagement. I sav u public engagement, because in his note Count Cavout refers to a speech made by himself in the name of the Government of the King in the sitting of the Cham ber of Deputies of the Stlth of May. Still, although Austria, France and England have ap stained from all interference in Sicily and Napier, there nevertheless exists a Icar at Paris ami at Vienua that the antieaatioii of the Roman aud NeapoliUu S ales may be ftdlowed by kti attack bv the Italian forces upon the Ve liman possession* ol the Emperor ol Austria. It is clear that sneh an altick could not take place without ihc as srnl of the King of Sardinia. It is equdly clear that, taking a legal view of the question, the King of Sardinia has no excuse for breaking the treaty of Zurich, recently concluded aud sigued The King of Sardinia waa free not to accept tbe preliminaries of Villafranca and the treaty of Z trich, but, having renounced a continuation of the war, after having given hU Koval word to live in peace aud friendship with Austria, he is no longer free to oast aside his obligations, and direct a wanton attack against a neighboring Prince. It is, moreover,"evident in the present case, that inter est! go hand-in hand with the prescriptions of duty.— An attack against ihe Austrian eneuty eucamped behind powerful fortresses is not an undertaking iu which suc cess may be reasonably expected. Ana if such an at tack should fail, it would, perhaps offer to Austria the desired opportunity of restoring the Romagna to the /‘ope, and Tuscany to the (Jrand /Joke. There is good reason to believe that neither of these acts would bo considered by Ktanoe as irreconcilable with the treaty o' Zurich; yet such act* would certainly be most detrimental to the independence of Italy and to her future tranquility. The King of Sardidia, itt gaining Lombardy, Parma aud Modena, but losing Savoy, Nice ami Tuscany, would no longer b t able to arrest Austria, who would be fighting for a good cauae—the preserva tion of her territory aud the redemption of her military houor. The only hope left to Saidiuia in auch a con 4:.- ——u i— .. c.;„„ frsnea into the battle-lie1'* —••* excite a huiopean war. We irui v.—... •»- „ur will not give way to such dangerous illusions. The Great rowers arc bent upon the maintenance of peace, and Great Britain lias interests in the Adriatic over which eke keeps a most cart ful watch. The Ministers of the King of Sardinia ntty preserve Europe from such a danger by following exactly tbe poti or laid down in Count Cavour’s dispatch of the :t"th May. The Government of her Majesty does not ask for ] anything more than a faithful execution of that policy. The Hriiish governmi nt is wtUiug to take into account the sentiments and demonstrations to which Count l!a vour alludes as infractions of international law which tbe limited (towers of the municipal authorities cannot pre vent, although in the opinion of many Courts of Europe dlls iudulgcnco on the part of Great Bri ain has been thought excessive. Under all circumstances, without re gard to what nocturnal cntciprises may bo undertaken under the protection of vessels belonging to villages sloop the coast, it is quite clear that no army can attack the Aits'riau frontier without a distinct order from the King. These observations seem to us worthy of the serious at tention of the Sardinian Government. You arc authorized to read this dispatch to Count Ca your, and to leave bint a copy. I am. Ate., J. KUS3ELL. THE POPE’S PROTECT. On the subject of the recent entrance of the Piedmont ese iuto the States of the Holy See the Cardinal Secre tary of State has addressed the following note to all the members of the diplomatic bodr residing in Home. It is dated from the Vatican, 18th lost: The undersigned greatly regrets the necessity of com municating to the representatires of the foreign Powers to the Holy See, a statement of facts more and more de plorable ; but the force of circumstances is so grave, and the impetuosity of the violence used towards the most pacific of Sovereigns, the august Uead of the Church, is so astounding, that he raunot relraiu from addressing lo them the present communication, being impelled thereto not ouly by his duly as a Minister, but also by the ex press commands of his Holiticst. Since 1 bad the honor ol explaining to your bexeet leucieg by tlic note of the I'ith mgt, that iho Piedmont ese (iovrrnnient was taking hostile measures against the Government of the Holy See, without any provocation ou the part of the latter, adding crime to crime, adding armed revolt to its legitimate authority, in order to ob tain possession of the provinces wl.icli remain lo the lloly See after the usurpation of the Runagnag, the Pouiilieial Government, rrlriog on its right, has made nnd ia still making every possible rlfort, despite the small nnmhrr of its troops, in arrest the impetuosity of the in vasion; but the enemy's forces are so overwhelming that it is not possible the defence can hold out long, l’esaro having been captured the Piedmontese took prisoner the I'ontilictiil Delegate, who was even exposed to outrage, as also the conmianilant, who had re-iste-d the attack.— On the other hand, a numerous body attacked Perugia, which, after re|mlaing a vigorous assault, was compelled to surrender, and the General In command, with the whole garrison, became prisoners of war. The same corps then marched upon FoHgoo and came to Spoleto. Orvieto has been carried by volunteers, partisans of Piedmont, who now threaten Viterbo. The Holy Father hag seen nearly all the States which are the patrimony of the (Ihun h and of Catholics torn away from him hit hi bit, notwithstanding that the Em peror of the French has declared to Piedmont that he should have opposed the recent invasion, nnd would havo broken off all arrangements with that Government, if the latter had uot given him the assurance that the no ted intimation made to the Huly Se.i would not be carri ed out, and that the Sardinians would not attack the Pootiliciai troop*. In this state of things the undersigned Cardinal com plains and protest, in the name of his Holiness, agiinst acts so destructive of all laws, human and divine, and as assailing the independence of the of the Supreme Head of the Church, and the integrity of the temporal domaiD, with which he ha* besn invested by tbe dispensations of Providence, for the good of religion and of tbe Church, and which the Church has lawfully possessed for so inaoy centuries past. I, therefore, request your Excellency to communicate to your auguM Sovereign this complaint nnd protest.— Tbe principles of justice, order, and morality, which all princes are 'bound to maintain and defend for the safety of their thrones, ‘give assurance that they will oppose a barrier to this spirit of usurpation, which, treading all law under feot, spreads disorder, by armed force, in oth er States, in order to consummate spoliations to the in jury of the lawful sovereign. What also gives no less confidence to the Holy Father is the thought that atten tion will be paid to tbe prayers of so many millions of Catholics scattered through all kingdoms, who earnestly implore that a termination may be put to the anguish and calamities in which the common father of all has been plunged. The undersigned assures your Excellency of his high consideration, As. ANTONELLL GARIBALDI'S QUARREL WITH CAVOUR. Corrttponden •« of the Timet. Fi.au, Thursday, Sept. f», I860. Tbe dissensions between Cavour and Garibtldiare said to have reached a point ut which an explosion of aotno kind appears imminent—indeed, inevitable. It is report ed that Garibalidi has declared he will publish not only tbe letter be wrote to tbe King and the existence of which the Piedmontese Gaiette lately denied in a prevaretting sort of a way, but also correspondence and documents rtlgUng to the sham tbe Sardinian Government had In j . * a •> ./ tbe invasion of Hicily, tbe money It bad supplied, and other matters which it is supposed Mr. Cavour would much rather not see brought to light. Corrnpondtnc* of the Lnndt>n Air’**. Turin, Saturday, Sept 22, I860. Petitions are already pouring in to the King and his minister, Couut Cavour, praying them to take in o 'heir two bands tbe administration of Southern Italy. Those provinces are impatient to arrive at such a settlement, whil • the naval and military officers of the ditbauded Ne apolitan forces have petitioned the King to enter his ser vice. So long, however, ss Frauds II. remains at Gacta Inhere he lingers with new hope, inspired by his la men ible dualism) our Government feels itself bound in pio priety to wait before accepting these offers. Count Cavour, with a self-abnegation that dors him much honor, whs disposed to resign his portfolio, though certain of a Parliamentary majority, provided this per son tl sacrifice on hii part would re-establish concord in Italy ; but now that we see Naples invaded by a swarm Of republicans and socialists, who take ciro to let It be known that the difference is uot a question of persons but of principles, he has been urged by romo of the most in luential men, and by RiUazai himself, who was supposed io bs bis Parliamentary rival, not to resign. In s tew days the Parliament will, douhth at, confirm his judicious counsel. The dignity of tbe Crown and of the Parlia ment requires that Cavour should retain office. BALl l.tlOKE LOCK HOSPITAL. ESTABLISHED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY. The Only litre where a Care ran be Obtalaed. DR. JOHNSON has discovered the most Certain. Speedy and ooly MTvotutl Remedy loth* Wend for Weakrets of tbe Back or Limbs, Strictures, AflW tiOL* of the Kidas>a and Bladder, involuntary Msrhirves, ftBpotenry. General Debility, Nervous ness, DyspensL, hammer, how Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpi tation of the lle«rt, Tlmidltr.Tr* mb i ns, Maine-s of light or Oil illness, Disease of ill.* Head, Throat, Note or Skin, Affeoi iu* of the Ling*. 8 otiiarii or Bowel* -those TetrP le Disorder* arising f*«-id llte Solitary HriiUaof Vootli — those swittrr and .ohltry prattle w ra .re fatal to tbelr victims than the sung uf 8* rena to the Marine, s of Ulysses, blighting tbelr most br.lllanl hopes or antlcp.illouten dering marriage, Ac., Impossible. YOUNG MIN Imperially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, th it dreadful aud «l. structlve habit which annually sweeps to an unllat •• ly grave th usard* of Young mm of the most ix sited talents and brl liantIntellect, aim might otherwise Live entrained llstmlhg ffc uaie' with the thuuJer* t f * Imjumce, or wakeJ to ecstasy the llviug lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAUK Mart?.-1 Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage, bring aware of physical weakness, organic dchlllty, deformities, Ac , speedily cured. He who p'aces himself under tbe ear. of Dr. J. may religiously rhnflde In nts honrr as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his skid at a Physician. 0!0AN*C WKAK.NW. Immediately Cored and full Vigor Kretorcd. This Dreadful *'l«easc -which renders ML miserable and Mar riage Impossible—b tlie penalty paid by the vl-tins of improper ledulg-urrs. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from isit heir g aware of the.drtadful conac(|uencrS that may ensue.— Now, oho rat understand* Ih • subject will pretend lo deny tha th * |M>w»r of procreation h lo t s Nnwr by th«we fall ng Into In. proper habits than by the prudent ? Resides being deprived of tbe pleasure of healthy offering, the most serious and destructive ►ym toms lo both body and mind arise. The system becomes De ranir-d, the Ph>steal and Mental Funrt on* Weakened,!/ *i < f Fm cretllve Power, Nervous IrtltabUitv, Ovsrepsla, Pali Itatlon of the Heart, lirllg-stioii.O^ustitullon U Debility, a Wasting of the Frame,. Doughs, Consumption, Ac. OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STRICT. Left hand si e go*tig from Baltimore street, a lew duo ■ from the corner. Fall not to obs.rv* name and number. Le'ters mutt be paid at-d contain a stamp. The Doctoi's Diplo Ats hang in h s office. DR JOHNSON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, graduate from one of ibe most eminent Colleges In the Un te I Slates, an I U e greater part of whose life ha« hern spent In the ! nqdtals of L ndon, Par Is, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has tffected s«-m * of On most as lunlthlnv rurci th-it ever known- ir.anv trou'"l«*d w’fh rinirinv n the head and ears when as'erp. greet n rvcusno a, be ng alarm i4 a* i»udtlrn Hounds, ba'hfulucss, with frequent bluihi g, at t«n >d sometimes wl h a derangement of mind, were cured 1m iledialdjr. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICK Dr J. add «*!<*« all those who hare Injured theta -Iref by la proper Inda'gen r and solitary habbs, wllch ruin both to')■ and mind, ur tit log them for ellher business, study, aoticty or mar wp. 1 Theft ar*fome of the sad and meUncho y effects p*oduced by rgrly haMta of youth, vis : Weakness of Die Back and Umh», Pains In the Head, Dimmas of B'ght, Lots of Muscular Power. Pal ritaUou of the Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous !■ rltablilty. Derange Dent of the Digestive Functions, Genual Debility, Bympu.uia of }uniu motion. Msmtuxt—Th* fearful effee*s on the mind are much to he Ireadru— Lost of Memory, Confusion of Idea*. Depression of Fplr t* Evil Porehodlaga, Aversion to Boclety, Self !) * rust, Love of kdilude, T miiltr, Ac , are some of the evils produced Th usanda of perser s of all ageicsn now judge what is the cause »f their declining health, Using ih»lr vigor, becoming Wiak. pa'e, lervoos and smatiatrd; having a slngu'ar appearance about the ■yea, cough and symptoms of consumption. YOUNG MEN ifho hare l-Jnred themselves by a certain practice Indulged In shen alone a Habit f> eqoeotly learned frrin evil oompanlnns, or d school, the effects of which are nightly felt, even when astccp tsd If not cured re deri marriage impossible, and destroys both niud »nd lody, should apply Immediately. What a pity that a young rnan, Die hope of his country, the larllng of hts parents, *hou d be snatched from all prospects and •njiyraent oflDe, hr the con equence of deviating from the path | if nature and In lulglng In a certain secret habit. Bach persons it i*t, before contemplating MARhIAOK, r fleet that a suud mind and body are the m'st necessary requisb k»n to promote connubial happiness, lode <1, «111.out these. the nurrev throoeh II#e become* a weary piigrtrnige; th* p*n»pect ouny darkens to the view ; m.- inm-i be-oinq. ihadowed with des pair tod RU«d with the mwlnncltolv w h» i.u*a.. >i witn our own DIIKAFK OP IMPRUDENCE. When the tnls|tuld< d and Imprudent votary ef pleasure finds he iss Imbibed the serds of this painful disease, It too of en havpens hat an Ill-land tense of shame, or dre^d of discover?, d-ters him rom apply(Lg t. 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The many thousands cured at tlda in«U»ution within the last Ighteen tears, and the numerous Important Furgical Operations nr form el by l>r Johnston. wrKaeased by the reporta ■ of th* “Run'* >nd e any olb r papers, notices of which haw appeared again and pain k fore the public. beaidei Mi a*.Hiding as a gentleman of Harieter and responsibility, Is a sufllcicnt guarantee to Die af Licted. FK1N DIPRAKRS PPKEDILY CURED. Persons wriUng shoo'd be p.trtlcular lu directing their letters to 1 ill Institution, In the following manner ; JOHN M. JOHNSTON, ¥. D.. Haiti mor»« I#ock llosp'tal, uit*1y Uiltlmore. Maryland j 1 I gnOlkk Ml !H8TIlLEI)fr'mMATT X KO GRAIN, be ng suprrior and uniform in qaallty, and high v improved by age. It p eferred l»y cot.s lmeia to all other Whis* lies, and parti ularly ricommetded by the best Phjs'dara *n i Jvm’si*, »■ profess ng all the riquir m-nts of a TRUK TONIC, H VIGOR A TOR, and RKMKD'AL AGENT. T c Rchnylklll Wal-r, of Philadelphia, osid In the d stllatlon of Vs Whisky, l« proved by analys'd to be the a tftcht and purest wa rr In the United Ht»t-«. and to t Is may, in a great drgrec. be at Fur stale by i'KKKVIAN A KINPSON, Phcrnlx Dirtllhry. tM th* tUhuyU iU Kir*, . PkUildtipMa. Owm «(J(i Wau. tTRkkT, Naw Tote ; loA Hntrrit Prokt St., Pill alhtiiiJ, And ran he had In Plrhonnd « f William Taylor, Duke A Mutch 11*0*1, Alexander Walker, Rdmcnd, Davcnpn t A Co , Libby A luim, tohns n. Trneh»rtA Vaughan. J.»r.r< A C.». K.gghstonA fis* rail, Wit*>»n W.jMgms, Wlnaton A Powers, John W. Wilkes, l O. Haskins, burke A Fgglesion, James II Beegteston. inhdl —<tlf _ ^_ First l5romium NAN O-F ORTES. JOHN DUNDERDALE. HAVING Just return* d f.om New York, offers fersa’c a choice assortment of HPL*NDID PIANO* (selected by htmse f In N If,) on the m st reasonable terms. RR^Bevcral good 8tc -nd-hand Plano* for sale low. War. room I'Jlh dir .ot, opposite Bank Street, (Belvia'i Block.) oell-dim _Jvfl _ _ Ml SICV-fbe subscribers devote great atUntionlo this branch of their businc 1 l.adLs gnd Heolle D« n lu search of MU810 for the Plano-Porte and Guitar, UKw ran have their orderi as cempletely Ailed as at most es- Ini iablUhment* *o-th Liberal discounts mads to Teachers and Schools. Piano-Fortei Tuned and Repaired. Music bound lu any »tyle. Old Pianos taken lu exchange for r.ew curs. Agio _JAMKP WOOPnOUSF A CO. CIHNOK OF IIOI H. ON and after Monday, 10Js lost, the AoconmwisU^n \tLM Train of this Company, srtll be rjndallr,(^ao lays ex trpted) leav ng Richmond, for Mllf rd, it 3:16, P M. Reterjng rill leave Mil ord at 7 A . M , and arrive In AI<-hmor d at 9:15, A M. BAM’L RCfU, flup’t Trans. Offlc.* R. F. A P. R. R. Company, I _Richmond, Oct. 10, 1H*> I «l#-tf KALI AND WINTER CLOTHING. NOAH WALK WT? <te<JO., (Broach of (be BaMmore Hone,) 103 Corner Main anil 14t’i or Pearl Street., RICHMOND, VA., DEALERS IK READY MADE AND MANUFACTURER! or BESTS A5D YOUTHS’ FISK CL0THIS6 AND FURNISHING GOODS. AUo a l»-|te itoek of CHEAP CLOTHING, adapted to Seryaota* Wear, to which .«Iialte the ip-rla! aientlon of Tobaco Manufacturon ut rumen. ocl# ____ LiOLK LKATIIKK.--0) I'rica. tar ailo by IS “n LEWISWEHB A JOHN O WADE rt f TOM Pams OOftMBN BUTTKK, Juat aO rooeiv J.lo. ulaby ocl3-l. WR, WALLACE Wkt OAA BBLI, HiriKED lUOAH#, all rtta-br Qv'Uooloby col»-l._WM. WALLACE RON* CLOY'EH EBBS.—SOD bnahela ptimo (borer Bred, tar ule by ROBINSON A ROBERTS, aett Our. Cor/ ud 13th llM IfEW FALL GOODS low ora IT •T. Millhisor Sc BroV. WK »»ke pleasu • to luform our Mends and patroni and the pub ic g n tall , that we have opened a very * xtensive as sortment of n KW GuODe, adsp.td to the prweot sn I approach lug season, and are prepared IjsiI them on the m* •*. favorable terms and a*, very low prices families having pun ha e« t> make In any tin n* In the Dry Goods Hue, will well to give owr flock in caarnl allon, If only t>flod<ut at what w« are selling Ooods it. Wo cannot, n an advertisement, rnumera’e even tht leading strlea of Go* di we have In store, bat assure a I that our store rsomi a e crammed and Jamtne! full of good bargains, and no doubt wl I be so with cost mere. If they know their own interest We sell the best $ BLACK BILK la the c lr. Wo -ell the b* at ail-wool FlaKNKL at 95 cents. We have the largest and cheapest stock of FRkNCH EMBROID ERIES In thecty. CARPETING* and KL’Gfl In great variety, and cheap. J. MiLLHIHKR k BRO., se90-tf __m Dr ad SlrcaC AH. iUOOUK, Affent, • Cary Strest, near Colombian Hotel; Cffers low, for cash — New Oilcans Molasses In half bhh Cuba, Musrnyado and Porto Rico do and Syrup Uif hhls family Roe Herrings and Mackerel 95 PaPs Refined l eaf l ard Prim** Bacon Hams. Shoulders and Sides Patrol Fpe*tn, Ariman'e and Tallow Candle# Brown au«i black Tnrper t*oe Boars Old I>« mfnlon Nalls aod Shoe T*< ks Baft; flop Caib Bcda R ce— March Chewing and Smoking Tohaccw and Cigars Cotton and llcmpCord Lamp W ck N O. and Kx. Coffee Sugar Mocha, Java, Lag ar.d Kto Coffee Family, Extra and Sop. Floor Lond u Porter—Vin»g%r Brooms, Buck els andDemijohns, and all kinds of Sugar* and tViqji. Ac^ Ac. - SeSl NIIOt'KOE Jim. RICHMOND GROUND PLAKTKR. I AM now pr pared to supply any demand fur PL tBTKR Funs , Gaot so for the Fall ciope My rt *ck of Lump la large. Selected frem the purest Windsor, (Nora !<coti •) (purrletv with apeclsl iefer-n<*# toils tichneas In fispktic sf lior Tli.inkful far the heavily Increased pa’ronage, the reputation of my brand shall be ful'v sustained for purity, and proper puivirixation. JUIIN II t'EAlBORNK, r> |S No 11 I’, ail >». TtWriFft Nil EWELL, IVON. 32 AND 34 NOdTII IVATKIt NTKKKT, PHILADELPHIA. WHOLESALE DEAI.EU IN Ra. on. Urd, Port. CloTrt i»«l, l>rie<l Applra .ml P.-ti litt. and IVpit gvnrrallr. Ilacon Xl !<v and xh uldera, of |»rSuie quality, lultable for Knulh rrn mark.tA, rot. tan'lj nn hand. dm* 1853. GEORGK STARRKTT H nAH In store hls Pall stock, romp’Wng IM varieties and •iar# of t TO VMS, KANmKS and FURNACE*. many of ihetn m*w an* d sirs I * arilci-t, of his own make lie b als>* prepart*,! to supply Northern itov s at wholesale or re tail, having contracted early In the season for two entire cargoes »f the Very best made In this country, at lower pices than Die ■ame goo la can now be obtained, also, l umps and Pipe of all kinds Plumbing. Gas f lUir.g and Tin work d ne In the best man oeT and cheap. Estra castings alwava rn I and. GEORGK STARE KIT, D.*Mn’a Row, sefi vsrnor street. Richmond Va. VLr HITE LOODN,-Wr have noa In store, of oar own un v ▼ port allon, * complete aacortment of— Whife Camb ics and Jaconetts Bor k and Mull Mushns Plain and Checked Nainsooks BUhopN and Victoria Lawps PI in and Dotted Swiss Mud ns Checked aud striped Cambtlca Bonnet Cords Corded IMmltief India Twll s I rah Lin«n*, of well known rnr.kc* Linen Ttb'.e Oiimasks Damask Table Cloth* and Napkins, part of extra quality Towels Doylies, Ac., Ac , Ac. All of which we i ff<r to the trade at ttry Lnt vrirM aelft KENT, PAINE A CO. KK HUOVn tUENCY or THK SOUTHERN l’KOTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, ALEXANDRIA, TA. • pltal ort r.9500,000 AMD CONSTANTLY IN CRUSH 0. rHIP COMPANY offer* greater advantage* to the Fanner and otheta than any Company chartered In the Plate, by Insuring rlth or without a premium note If the applicant pre'er, he can >ay the full ameunt of the premium, in cash: or by becoming a member, or firing a small premium not.-, he saves nearly one-half if the amount charged by Ptock Companies, when Insuring annu ally. This la the advantage resulting from the combination of the CASH AID MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. This Company commenced Issuing Policies against loss or dam ige by fire on the 13th day of March, 1V4, since which time over , «n thousand two hundred person* have Insured and become nember* of the Company, and over $>00,000 have been paid for OWW $W" AH differences In settlement of losses may be determined by hree disinterested Arbitrators af the County where such low hap pened, to be mutually chosen he the insured and the Company. OFFICER* HENRY w THOMAP, President. T.B ROBERTPON. Tire Pr.sideni. wi!fc-t-aiM8bE~ss.,r JAMB* T Cl/'8t, Actuary and General Agent XWTApplication* for Insurant and Policies granted; also, old ’ollcle*renewed. Pamph'ete, blank forms of Application, and ev iry Information on the subject of Fire and Life Insurance, furnish 'd gratia on application personally or by mall, to COCKE A CLOBE, General Inmrance and Collecting Agents. OFFICKIn Exchange Hotel Buliding, on 14th at., Richmond, Ya. je$ft—dAc 1 v _ I /\A XUKK M A HNIIA s I 1.1'. L vM " ‘.'fi ll-tres t-rime sue r-ciir»d Hams. N*» bores Adaman Ine Candle*. Bacon i* 'lea, Shoulders, Liquors, Fi*s. Ac. 1 V r sale on cm ignment. by SNOIMJKA.Sd A JOUNhTON. wM ts 1 T«» COACH AND WAGON MAKKR4. 150 KEHAMMERED HORSE AND MULE SHOES; \»\ lb*. Iron Axles, 12,000lbs. Pprlngs tl0 sets Hubs ■ ' ’ 2.» sets PgoAaa, 10»1 fcet* Felloes. pairs hbafU b.lss, Ac; 100,ONI Philadelphia Carriage and Tire Bolts, Mess, | lasting*, Bancs, Nails. Enameled and Patent Lea*her. Duck, Frilling, Mus'in, Ac., and C<nrh Trimmings of every description, ] or sale wholt-sale and r.-taU, at Northern prices, by WILLIAM* A WLLIOTT, ] 0? Main Ptreet, nearly oppodte EL Charles Hi tel rr2—wlifitil w MILUNEKY FALL TRADE. 1860. rDKPIRK to call attention to my re a oval from No. Ill* Main 1 rtreet, to the commcdlous new building No. 82V Main street, ad bluing the new “8POT8WOOD HOTEL," ►etween Sth and 9th streets, where I am prepared to exhibit a larg- I •r stock of i MILLINERY GOODS tod ready-made Millinery Aitlci s than heretofore, consisting of Hlk. Bt-aw and Velvet Ponnti*, Booset Plumes Ribbons, French ind American F'ow»rs, Bildai Wreaths, Head Drrsaes,Drift Ca's, ,a-e Caps and Bertha*. Crape and Musllu Collar* and Pleeve* In ants* Caps, Hats and Cloaks Ku* lies and Tabs. Ac , In a 1 styles, n connection with the gmeral Milliners busIniM, I will m «nuf*c are to order Cloaks and Mantilins, of all kinds. In the latest fajh* onabic styles, at reasonable prices. All orders will receive prompt ind special alt ntion. N. C. BARTON, m-l 92* Main 81. WESTON & WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IK BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND TRUNKS, VO. 1ft, Pearl Street, Ilielimoiul, Virginia. unSl—ly_•_ WHI'riMi BKNKN of Koeewood, Mahogony, or pearl In lald, Pur aale ver, low by W*. BATTI ER A CO. 141 Ma'n Street II. WORC ENT UR’# IMPROVED PIANO-FORTES, MANUK AOTORV AND SALESROOM, FOUKTKBNTII NTIIEET, CORNER THUD A VRNUK, NKW YORK, 1N0R a quarter of a century Iht Inatrmnenfa minu'nrturcd al ’ the shove . atabti-hmeot have rank* d among Die Am'll the hi ml.y. The r durabl.iiy. strength and delicacy, f lone and tom b kre h'ghly nnprecla'e I hr all who have gl ven them atlnurjujh trial rhe Proprietor, by giving hi, personal altenll. ■■ to ihe manufac ur< of each lu tnimenl. In rll Ita dit.lla, la ot'abltd to guaiantee lunerlor ixctllenc ■ and reliability In every riepert. ocA-Rin The abore Inalrutrenla can be | urchaatd of A. MORRIS, Rick aond._ ___,_ BURIVI ID B’l PtTRK Ol.D ‘M0N0N0A1IELA RYE WHISKY. LtONSClENinUfll V dUUIled hy Mr. JAMRS BURNSIDE, t f Al I Irghany County. Pa , In the old T tdilonoj honeat way, from 1 he tlinlctft Rye Slid In n ■ tin ■ ff-rid for aale until adapted to etu Iraniue uai h, age. It It at once them at palatable, at It I mphatlcally the put.at beverage In iht reach r.f the nafclic. To he Invalid, al wc I aa 'o therein heait'i, It romm-ndiltavlf for Ita i inrlvale l qnalllleiaa a vilmula-t of th- aafett, aurcat and moat n neAclent dricr'ptton. For aale In barrela, kegs, Cc., and p|t up n eaaca af on, d. ten bott'ea each. OLCRY A hTO-KDALR. Propri-tore. 82b Walnut Bt., Phlledel, hit. Pa. WM. 0. OONOVRR, Agent, 229 Pcnnav vanla Avenue. Washington Clip, D. C. . C. 1 AN. WHITE, Jr, Agents, oc4—lISm M Cedar Street, New York. 8K.VK4B PLATED WIRE. THO-*. A. BULK LET A 00. are now offering, i Rich Plated Tea Beta, new dealgna. Beaut fat Carred CoPea and Tea Urna. Casters, Cate and Fru'l Baskets. Kngraeed Wallen, a 1 liter. Oobleta. Mug*, 0 to die etteka. Spoon., Ac. The above ware la made rxprc.tly for at, and cannot br excelled n quality. Piuebaseii ulll pieue call ocin T. A. BULKLET A CO. \ J. c. U E D WO UJ), RICHMOND, Vi., COMMISSION MERCHANT, ABD AGENT FOR HIRING OPT NEGROES. OroPPK K-.lt i. K. Moorr’n, under Colwni 1)1111 Hot.-1 I’ary Nlreet._oefl-dYn f \ UN8! GUNS I t „ . \ 1 OAMR BASS. Ac Juvl recelred, i/.rvi-f from fir ntrtaw/frfirrrra fa Kngi l«wif. a splendid stock of floe bunlmttUd .bfrrf and Mat TttiM Doubt. Itarrel Gun., »ell worth the attention of all In want. Alan, (lame Btra. fh it R.lla, P.iurhea, Powder and Uqnor E1»«ka. fly’s d'ulM mifrr-vrw/rapo. Wads, Ac., Ac , ail of whh h wa offer at low pri ces. WILLIAMS A M.UOTT, CT Mala Bt, oc2 - dlsclra Nearly opposite 8L Charlea Hotel, ^ SOUTBKU LOCK MASUPATOKT. DWELLING Lock* of every description ; Sliding IV or Trim* mint* of the beot quality Abo, Prioon and Bank Look* : Hinge* and Belt* of any height. Belfa hnng, with or without AIJ. KINDS OP REPAIRING DONE. A* I tell no work but my own manufacture, I am prepared U Warrant It to give entire sallafactlc n to these who may favor mo with a call. WILLIAM READY, ISO Main Street, betatat, bth and tlh, felO—ly__ _ Ru-wwoon. va. SHARIS’ PATENT COLTER HARROW. ^^E Inv le the atuntlon of the Parmlag (omaanHally WU'ta NEW HARROW which ha* been tried by minv practical Farmer*, and pronounced by them to be tha very beot Implement yet male, foe preparing the land for toedlr g trnall grain, and effectually cnrarlngth, (amt after teedliig, with two hone* doing the work of tit tingle Plums. We hare purohaaed lee right foe the State of Virginia, aud are now manufacturing ihcm for tfco tuning iraten,and reeprcl/olly lartto an esamloatlon of them. lyll_OK)RGB WATT A CO. GEO. S. LOWNE8. WM. I COOK. LO WIVES A COOK'S Foundry and. Manutaetory. ■ora error, na maim, vciiion, rao:*u. HAVING m*de large addition to oar ihop, to eatt the Soother? trade, we will eel! at the Northern prices of 1S5# We hart ower 100 different designs of Plain and Ornamental Hailing, T* randas, Ifalconl a, Porch Plrcv a, Window 6uard»,4 Ac., Vault and OiUr Doors, Iron I*ash, hbnUcra. sod general Blacksmlthtng and fiolshian done with neatncsi and despatch. Iff*Cemetery Railing for the ountrj, made so as to be pat ap hr an ordinary m»chanlc. JaM—if UROCERlEtS, m m. TEAS, &C.. FALL I860. W I VSTOY A POIYERI. Have now In atorc, and reed ring cor ttnnUy, which they offer to the trade *7* hhds It own Sugary, Porto Rico and Mutcortdo, tome cho'ce* 4Mi tihlt Refine*! do , of oil grades. 7UU bags Rto, Logunrro and Java Coffee*. SOS Pipes, N pipes, V, ‘r, 1-1* and bbb of Llquora of *11 grade*. 1*0.1 aides of assorted Sole Leather. «v hhdt. *nd bbla MoUuea tod Syrnp tf nil grade* With a heavy slock of eaerythlrgebeoauiHy kept In * wholes,la Irocery, which they offer on foaoi able trrma to the trade. Sept a—dkm Nilll» KKOKCKACSE. rHR onderalgned haye this day termed a re partnership under the style of » ILLSPACGH A READ, for the parpooe of con luctlng the SHIP HROREKAGF business, and respectfully aoBotl ho patronage ol their frtssdo and tbs public. A. MILLSPACGff. .'AMES G. READ, Cary aad 19th streets, near the Doc*. Richmond January 1st. Ugfl |efg_ty PRE.Mil'M PLANTATION ' G R I ST MILL. 11HIB la • staple, durable and efficient Plant«Uon <»KI8T MILL. It baa btuo awarded Aral prcmluma at all Pain where It haa ecn exhibited. It la adapted for Horae, <iln, Steam or Waur >owe’*, and will grind from rls to twelve biflltels per hour, accord og tn degree of Cneneaa itquircd. Price $£0, and |26«atra for io'.i to making flour. Fend for de»crtpM?e Circulars containing testimony from farmers u.d otliera, and address WM. L HOTfR k BROTHER, Implum«nt ManufaHor* rm, »dt-^1rn__ Ptdl*d< Iphta. \vj r ,mv Ar at vmw’ SEWING MACHINES. ISVBXTgti KV J. V. GIHI1N, Mill Feint, POCAHONTAS COC.VTT, Vi., A NI> fa nanofarrured under pstente granted to him and James IV Willem, dated Jwne f. llftt. re l«eu*d July I*. IN. Patintcd luguat lit, IV*, Ft* inary 31, lr<SO A'so Un«cu< J under ala other *atent‘i. covering the er.iln- construction of the Machine ; ronee [U* nil v, there can be no 1 ligation lu regard to the patent Hgh*. It Is less conit Heated and the moat perfect working Fewiog Ma hlne ii. w In u»e. It foms a flat, evrn and elastic ** arc, which la warranted not te Ip In wrte. and la reliable upon *■11 kinds of fat rice. Price Rlihto |.'h. Etery MacUce warranted. JOHN A. DKI.VIN, Belvl. *a Flock, •*l»t 13th and Dover aor at re its. JULix itoitix a t o ioiijiAc. J1HK rndeulned haring hero appointed m ag.au in Ihti city . fr.r the aale of the aboee <1.1 sod will known bread of Cog-go Irandy, to rail the aPtntkn of th» trad, to the vrtjr orerlor quality of u.l» article, alilch the/ off,r for rale ham kiM-ru \t aanoH-r-, and to arrtre direct. They now offer tor aale a aUpm.ol. a part of which larf the •. I a H lit V IN PORT I'X IHA Ml.Mi OLD IHCHII? W IM S. l7 I i clod ag the Herat qutllUea hrointhl to this cool try, of oar twa » ictoitatloa, Juat lauded aad for atle by RKLDEN 1 M Ll.T R, •el 9 Oor. Pearl and Car/gt*. I v LD WINER inn IIQIOHU.-W. hare at all tbuM If a tu’l taeortaent cf the aimer goo.la, which we warrant of lie vrrt l e t and point qualltlre Ion orted, tad whhlt we will aril it thr lea eat price*, lu qu.otlti, a to auit po-rhaar ra. FKi.hrN * MILLER, •e19 _ Cor. Pearl and Cary tta. SHARPLEBK BROTHERS, lORNKR OK CHK8TNCT AND VTH FT’., PHILADELPHIA la the Mate aquare aa the C0MI.VE.VT4L AMI blK.Uill HOTELS. A RR rnnataritly ircrletug of their can importation. til the new a cat and r chert tlylea of UCH 8ILKF, Paris shawls, ORE.VI PINKS, P0CI.ARDF, PO PUNKS, I LACK 8ILKF, KMDRDIDKUHL fukKibbing (iooiis, HMHKR 6TUFF* TIi:\ A!VI> BOVS WEAK, IN GREAT VARIETY. Oeneee carefully »rS—AAai COAL OIL LAW PS t SHADES. CHIMNEYS AND WICKS, WE harr rn haml eotnc 45 different pattern# of COAL OIL, STAND, HANGING, end RIDE LAMP*. «BADE», WICKS, 4*. ffhlch we offer lo the City and Country Merchants, at rrry low irle The heel am! cheapest light, e*cep» flea, new In nee WM. V HITLER A NON. »»19_No. 18 I carl Street. PALL AND WINTER SALES. FOKKIUN AND DOMESTIC IIHY GOODS. BREEDEN k I OX, , 217 Broad Street, WILL open on Monday, 17’h 8ei t« infer', iheir Kali Feck of Goods, imb’iiHng >11 the new dtslyni In Lad! s' Drew Hlks, Mnted Momrin* s, Kfrn«b menu- »s. Iilb I ©i lit s, Val-nGa*. Ya nrrs, Ac, wLh a full s*«-ck of plant.* Iod ai.d hoa*cket pine g oda. javloiltnpoiiciii p**t of oar Forel* n Goods dnrt we hlnk we 'an offer extra Induct. ui*n!• to oer rlty and c uuUy ftWt.dt . Cloaks Mantles and Shawls, f (he most fashionable sfyKs la reiver. Cloth. an1 <4h*r matcrinls; Ca^retihri.D afgrtsand Rugs; A r.ill stock !n vi |v»« Tap- str*; Bnus« la, a pi/ and Ingrain, all of which ve shall offer on the nost reasonable terms. DIKaDXf A FOX, se 18 f 17 Broad > treat, JTKRKOICOPEN AND aYrm KOhCOPIC ^ VIEW*.- We have a freeh supply «f those recds. just to hand, it prices that cm* not fall te give Mtisfadlon. Fie*se rail and ex* imine them at WM. BATTLIR A CO’S. »«94 lit Main Hr eel. Dm. j. a. mows fliNriNR nrsniViKKl^ I have this d»y received a lot of the above medlcii as, wblrh cm warrant pore. Also, pare Medic'nsl Brandy and Port Wt»e# or tale in butties. This Brandy and Wine are of superior qoall y. W. L. WARING, i*91 Ko. 107 Broad *t., above 9th. ilftA.—w« have In store 80 half chests and am* ler pa* ksges of the cb-dcrst Gunpowder and Oolong Teas, which we offer o the trade on reasonable terms. ••Oft WTWgTrtff A WrT, Shark .ulAbt* va 5. stH». BLACK TWOOTOAhb. SLITH. HAIR UKI OAHa BUTT*, FANCY CA** SUITS. BLACK DftEBfl BLITS. The above goods art well Bade, nicely cot, end will be offered it fa'r comi eting prices, at 12* Main street. *»'•>•» WM. IRA SMITH. 4 T .91 tv A IS K Ac IIAKKK’K Drug 8'ore, Physician» wfl I /\ Hod the m*»*t complete aasortment of Purg.ral iLStrumenU md appliances, and all th* ra e and valuable Fharm«ceo leal ^rv^reiifn*. P1ns»i*sh eM Remedies _*irtl tUlfllY KKFINED LARD, for >*l. In H.rf.?, and 1 ami petle. oS-Al*_WM W > I LACE HQ'S ►A HHD9. PUI.RE POKIO RICO IDUAH.Ior jU.aVly oeM -1* WM WAI.Lai I Br K N ETPN COCO LINK. -Thla coctaioe a I arc oro pcrtlvi of C oaout nil, anA »the beet aid chap Ml hair lrt ,al: k la th, VirLL For aale by W. PrrE»*>NACO ael* Drurgi.t. lfi&M.fn at PKR»’V1AN. -ftPOOhega Frmrlan Pw«* In Dock an. I for gala by oeia-IX ADMOXH D«VK«F<»i-TA C GAA R9LN. FAT Ko. 3 NIKlIlliM 1HA(KB* il Mr RFL, lurt reralfeil, for Mle by **IR-1* • WM. WALLACE RON*. I