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RICHMOND WHIG fill M11UY BOHMUli, l*#V. 1, I860. to r0Ui(Gi<rO8DE.Vr8. lW | rnm I III l» lie.I III mMrw.nl larl* ‘MtUtrqfUt on butA iUm u/ a < ftywr will »8 *4 pnKitA <i nitUa KlMobdl. n*4 *4U in mt on* *4 dryarUd from. otUunry no*K44 4no44d tf »ifju Mmc a04 cXorynifor 44 tdtrrtt t4tac\nob andortoJuturoton njr-Uit dorimiOTM •» tost ruauo*ST, JOHN HELL, OH TistNSSrSK. IOH VK8 rsU2*ltik>T, ED WAHL) EVERETT. or mahsackumtts. ElEfTOUA. Pi*t. 1st. L. II. CHANDLER. of Norfolk City. •* iud. TRAVIS H. E1‘KS, of Nottoway, •• Sd. THOMAS BRl'CR, of Halifax. 44 Avh. JOHN T. THURSTON, of 1*. Edward. “ iib. JAMES P. JOHNSON, of Bedim J. •• iil>. MAKMADUKK JOHNSON, of Richmond. ** 7th. LEMUEL J. BoWPKN, of Wnlianuburg - sth. JOSEl'U CHRISTIAN, of Middlesex. 44 *tb. B. U S HACKRLEU HD, of Fauquier. 44 loth. ANDREW K. KENNEDY, of Jefferson. 44 lith. FRANCIS T. ANDKRSoN.of Rockbridge. 4 lith. W. R. STAPLES, of Montgomery. *4. isth. WALTER PRESTON, ol Waah'rgtou. 44 Uth. J J. JACKSON. Jr , of Wood. 44 lith. A. B. CALDWELL, of Ohio. Ipraklag at the Club House To-Night. We fcavo the gra'Static n to anoource that the Hon Joms S. PasnitTON will address the citixma of Ri h ’mood on this (1 BUR-DAY) evening, at 7J o’clock, ai the Club Uouae. Mr Pituuu't is one of the most elc q ent and brilliant orators iu he Oommoi. wealth, au a r. h and rare treat may be eipec ed ibis evening. L t t .ere be a rousing audience present to he ir him. To Itoe roll*! To the Polio! Whigs and Aoieiloans of Viiginia. stand shoulder t< ah culder for the nett few days, and he up and doit., w t’i all your might for Bell and Everett. See every uia: a your nighborhood, district, county, toen ; imp!, rr each one fa 30 to fAepol'i. Let no Uuiou man stay aaiy and refuse to vote, but everv man of you go to the poll * .11_I oalXHo.ewe>4 AUnaaU .*« to Voter*. Vfe earnestlv admonish ever* voter in Virginia to te ll-c-tcalml. and di .passionately upon the question of a dissolution of the I’uioo. If Virginia casts her vote for Breckinridge, we ahsll perbspe be called upou very soon to look thie momentous and frightful quest ion square,\ iu the face. Let every man examine tor himself, and do llt>‘rate well, whether be has suffered iijurie* ecoug! under the present Constitution to justify him in voting to bring about a civil and servile war as a leaser eviL arouse : troui, I Vrieode of our Constitutions! Union, sre you resdy fot t te great fight? Only a few days more remain in which t • work and prepare for the final struggle. We are near i mg the brink ot the precipice, perhaps, sad all the faith ful labors of all the true mcu of tbe Republic are neces ' aary to prevent the final catastrophe. Perhaps all the., wane ‘ail, and the Uuion be numlfred with the thieg that were. But it is the most solemn duty each of u has ever beau called upon o perform— this vote we ar to give on Tuesday, November tith. L.t us eudeaeor K do that d tty with an eye siogl- to the best interests o‘ o tr whole happy country—leaving out every ccnsiderr tion of parti** and of men, and votirg for onr row*try alone. Mr no* r«*; ividl Lvt not Ihe people ot Vitgiuiabe deluded by Brt t k'ti r'tige organs aud crater*, and t-y Br. ohiuritlge prot, -- aUrn*. into the idea that there is no fixed purpose on th. part of the originators and *uppo>icr-i of the Brecki: • rilg-* faction to dissolve the 1 ulott. Evidence, the ui- n overwhelming and oonvii ciog air. „dy « xist, and is daily ace imnUtiag, that such is the unalterable purpose ot l! r •ecedsra. freemen cf Virginia, let esc't of yon renumber tha the next vote ca-*t by yot w 1! be the meat important xe* gf your life. There is uo tc Ting the ttsoha wh'ch mu ' attach to it. 1! you desire dias« lotion, interna! diwei - aians, and civil war; if jcu desire to sec this fair laud drenched in fraternal blood, vote for John C. Brecki: ridge. If you desire to aveit these dire calamities, and nip treason iu the bud, thru vote fer John BvIL The re sponsibility rest* upon you. Rook te Tour tickets. W* ooulj advise the Bell aud Everett readers of ou pap r to ciip out th* same* of the Electors that they Iiisy compare them aith the ticktts on the day of el.c tioii. The Vance yitra claim to bo the Coustitu ioual Ihioo party, and their conduct, throughout this cam ‘ patgo, •* ar# torry to s*v it, prove* than every way •quail..ed for the perpetrat.on of any sort of trick that tuav giv* them a vote. Lock not only at th* heading of tour ticket, but at ilit namt* that art on it, and that s*r fks.* )«<* lrt rohng r<;;ht. •all a P.a ts|*(ll Th# Presidential ejection—the grvatest contest th.-.t *vtr occurtwd iu our history—is only a few days off*— • The period lor action is it sited to a small compass—a great deal has to be doo.—mighty < ffirts of pa trio'L-in must be put forth— for eitliin the small apace of time »! . e.rat nation’* deauuy for seal or for woe May be settled torovev. tu« occason aud iteousequencc*,immediate acd pror pective, .hculd cause every pu’»# of the body politic to thrill with nnaented eiciu-ment, and abocld induce all the Union to labor for its preservation wiih t sea!, ainglen.a* of purpose, tod po«er of conscious rectitude, worthy th* descendant* of the illustrious men who Miff.red, fought, tied sad died, to cuate i\ Ttie duty derolring upon us is a high and a holy ou.. lla magnitude cannot be o»er r timated. We oee it to out mix. aud to posterity, to see that «e transmit uuim paired to future generations the iaeatiaahle hi. using* o! ciril aud reLgihue l.brety uur fall.:, left In our keep tag. i» »ly a lee day* off! And the country threatened with toe terrible enemies-fanaticism ou the cue Land, an! ffisanion on the other • The Constitution der ded in the North, and oue act there threatening to break down i * barters m order to oppress another Melina, aud another S it m the South .rowing the r date, mi nation to disM.!r« Ins Union In the happening of a certain erect, whether a ta of uncocatitutiooiiUtv are remitted or not! Thin t te of affairs ie dreat f d to co emplate. and ahou J . wo into action erery patriotic;.bm rl luiougbout the l*uglh and breadth of tin- Uud gnip elCeawrralltra. The rons.re.tire men of Virginia and the South hire * Wain and manifest duty to porfcrm, a duty which they owe t» ihrm teleas, to their country, to the world, a id to po» trr. y. That duty ie to revs', the treasonaUr and tien’ like dwsigra of the L'iiuubnuU by c.t»;i=g at touch 8 luthrru strength as poreihle against tha dUuutoo ca - did to ior the Pendency. There ia nothing the Umuc . io d*ta so much deprecate and dr. a I at th-time m an exhibition of conrerratire strength in Vtrg.uii mid thr rent of the atorrholding S-.lee, and rm-'l an eihiti ion ahou'.J and must be the prime purpose of all wco wou!d ■are the Republic from swift aud utter rum. If there are any patriots ia the Ureckluti lg.‘ patty of the Sou I', as «e know there are, let them roue out hi ouco !.. m a parry, to which th-y O'ght nerrr to hue belonged, and go for the Union, the Cjus'itutioo, and the K lorcsiu nt of the Laws. Let them cast «uch a rote agai^ t the Di- - ■a<oi omdiislei on Tuesday neat, a* thall appiU the | Duuuio' Ut ia all tb® W&4. U U«r»i4 In Time. People rf Virginia, you rrc Ul I that the only fn*nda the South has a' the North are the supporter* of Bred • inridge there. We te'l you that tAeyore mhw «" '*»»P*' rladfiog, »ud the rery worst enemies the South has any where. They oppose the only insurmountable obaiar « to the defret of Lincoln,aud, ia a con tumat-coo* and train orewa maauer. re/w.* to enter iuto any comhina ion to •oeure h- defeat Cm you no tre i • It is the tm h and you wilt Had it ao wheu it - too Ute. BE WARN ED IN Till__ II Virginia eould preeeut the Disuoioatot* from drag wing her into political ruim apd d .honor, she must toy baud heart’i oo them oett Turedsy. diming U the Proapel 1 m 01 every pait of tte Slate we receive the inoet i bet nog accounts from our friends of the onward pro gress of our glorious cause. I.et every patriot iu ti e Comtcoowtslih rally to tbe stand ird of our notde cau dida es ou Tuesday. We are engaged in a deadly stiife for tbe porpetratiou of our Constitution, Union and cheiishtd Institutions, bequeathed to us by a coble ac cestry. We lonundLOttor party or the promotion of l>arty; but we are contending for a greater pr xv. We are contending for our liberal institutions and tbe right* of man as secuied to u« in a written Constitution. The ifuestiou is Union or Disunion—Faxes or War. I**t p .rty platforms sod paity dogmas “ be cast to the molrs aud the bats.’’ We have something higher, nobler and more holy to accomplish than the defence of these ephe meral myths. Whilst in the old woilJ events of the most intense and thrilling character are following each other in rapid succession like a panoramic show, we in the new are hastening—culminating to a most iinpar ant point in the history of our country. W e call upon the friends of our common country to come—hesitate Dot, and marshal t icmstlves under the banner of liberty, peace and har mony. “Our cause is juat, and in God we trust, aud when we shall have doue ourdu y—saved the country then fioro the quesdon, “Watchmen,*hat of the night ? ’ •he glorious re-ponse will come, “All is well, all is we.L The country is saved, our labors are over 1 All is well! aU is well!!"__ A Thorough l Uuialon Parly. Tbe Bn ckinridgti parly is a thorough disunion party. Very many cf its Waiters and number* are endeavoring to so “sbspt events*a* to britg about disunion. Aery many more arc utterly reekle.-s if they should assist in *o “shaping eveut*;” and the remainder, if there is a re mainder. are the tools aud instruments in the bauds of the more cunning end dating. They must either Wave their associations, or become imbued with the seuti of the coulrolirg leaders and reckless mas1. Mr. Breckinridge may not himself favor disunion at heart, but surelv be is the very msu to lie used as tbe instrument ot his party. He has been seduced into the abandonment cf Lis former professed principles, lor the empiv bauble of ibe condidac? of a party which does not desire hts election. Be has been prostituted to the base purposes of dividing his own party which he pre t nidid to regard as tbe only hope of his country, there by furthering the prospicls of another parly which he regalds as uttar'r Los'ilc to his own section. He is clsy ia the hands he potter. To a hat base uses may he a jt com* at ? We seo bir. one p*tb of July open to the voters* of \ it ;iuia. Vote for Bel! aud F.rerett, the Union candidates, lad tbeitby r.bike tlie spirit cf disunion, and . I* r, if possible, a union Frefidvut and Vico President. Then shall 1'ave law aLd order, aud peace aud quiet, and “out rights.” __ Who Broke I the Hr. s klnvUilte Parti » The Breckinridge*" say that DoegUs did it, by insist ing upon Popular Sovereignty in the Territories. Mr. Var.cey is more magnauimous, and says that A< did it a saseY. in bis Mimpins speech, which has betu pefc . ,*d by his friends, iu an attempt to show that he was 1 I and had tht Ma at mv ftal " l'n* tad that he went back to Baltimore is cited as ev iience that he was willing to let -he Union stand a little shde longer ; hut he admits that he had atrtaia brvkm t\, y, ,r'v, anil had the Union at his feet. Failing to .ecompll-h seme obj et at Baltimore, he coi.tinned the eork he had done at Charleston, and hr his owu aduiis < on. the party, as the result of bis conduct, is broken up. md the Union U ouly a man if straw 1 Aud Jet, Mr. Vaucey is hailed by the Breckinridge politician*, as the . adtr of the * National Democracy," aid a great inend »f the Union! ^ __ J >hu Bell i» l!»« Man. Doe* any well iufoimed and unpr.judiced tnan believe hat either Soithera or South, ra .-evriouali.-m would be ountwoanced duiicg Bell’s term. sheu'd be be il.ctsd? Jo such believe that either Douglts or Breckinridge cow ■* elm ted hr the people? Is i not at least probable hat B. 11 can be so elec ed. should ai! conservative men, .fall paries, unite iu hi* suipoit’’ What, theu, t* |he ictate of common sense and pat.iotbci? Cle.ilj. tha i.i who .hpiecate the irretrievable lU.n ol our Beloved >unuy should, * i h clc accord, combine their. IT. r s in . half of that ticket, the nocces* of which would, as it . ere b» magic, di-lFate the clouds that air. a ly envelop* ,ur commercial inures *. Uiwutcuiog to undermine the i .uudaiion of our existence aud sweep us Iroui the cata >gue of iuilepeniKnt cations. Iu a werd, Jaba Be l is the man for all patriotic men to vole for in the pres, nt crl-is. I’eople ot Virginia,rwi V IB one nun, on Ti«d J nett, to the tupport of the jaiy #4te ciuditUtf io the tL*!d. _ Tbc tfairtot’a Inquiry. At the p*e*:Dl moment the raraest Inquiry of every true patriot is, which of all the candidates now b.fore .he people is bett calculated, by hi* present attitude and ay his past acts, to allay the uuDatursl fever of the conn •ry. and to bring peace and prosperity onto! sectional .trife » If the question is left to the cool, dispassionate, and unprejudiced judgment of each vote-, reason, with i s uneiring linger, will point to John B-ll a* the man for the present era*, lie is no trading politician, outer, ng into intrigue* to buy the favor of one iection ol the criotry or to avert the pr.judices of another section.— Uis whole political life ha* been one of devotion to the Union. Bis record i* without blot or t ain. It was .node, not with ulterior views of popularity, bat it is the record of a 1 f- devoted to our coun ry, and, upon every page boar* the Iroptcsn of a statesman guided by the iu ^rii? of hi* pu.poecw aud the purity ol his principles. Ichu Bell i* the o..ly true Uoioo candidate In the field. Ad who aie in favor of the Union, and believe the qncvt'on Ol •,.* cm linuai ce to bo above all other question*, will vote lor John Bell. TI-. <>«*'>' Nnlloativl Party. Tliere i» but one ca'ional party in the country and that party is marshalled uuder ibe banner of Bell and K. • It is the only patty that can beat the Abolition p.fty—theofl*party IVIN music ui IVioh”—and John Bell ia the only nun living whoatinds lC remotest chance of keeping Abraham Lincoln, au tborof the ‘ irreprcaib’e ootflioi" doctrine, out of the Presidential chair. Ia ci-*9 Lincoln is elected his partiaans declare that .be whole power of the Federal Gorernment will b? cm iJoved to the >■ jury of Southern interests and inutile lion-; and in that event, the par iians of Breckinridg •, ail ever the South, boldly proclaim their determination l5 i,te4t up '.he Coofcd rtev without waiting for OTett a t*. or anything of the a>rl! So, between the two fac tions, the true ua ional patriot cannot find room to put bis foot. There Is threatened oppression on one aide, itnd thro, t eiK-d di.-union on th? Other—and ouly lei or <Ar« Jam remain to the Constitutional I'oiou man to decide tl e q leatloo in favor I the whole oouutry! Utmiu uii Dum nr gl** • A pubi c meetiug in St. John’s Parish, Santee, South Cirolina, on the 2l*.h u!t, unanimously resolved, ••That we will support vv< ry and any measure that may lead us successfully out of the Union— peaceably if we can fora ibly if we must. -That the alectiou of a Black Republican President, up>n avowed sectional grounds, would demaud the with drawal of eveiv siaveholcing State from a Confederacy » both is so hostile to their institutions, and subvt r»ive cf tHtfir T**FV ••Toat wc would regard the revival of the African slave trade as a measure calculated to slrer.gtbeu our po si ion. politically and socially, and the beat mean* of a taUi.iiug our agricultur.1 prosperity. •That as » measure of retaliation to the State legisla tion of the North, in nullifving the Fugitive Slave Law, „„ would regard comter legislation, affording protection to their ci-ix-ns ei gaged iu the importation of Africans within ih-ir borders, as not only expedient, butj istih aiuoug th* slave S’lWi Irft the freemen of Virginia remember that Bteckin r dg» is the chosen candidate of the rampant D suuion is a ef South Carolina, and. remembering that, let them V0'e for John Bell, for the fske of the Union sr.d for the sake of their oxn domestic peace and dearest in to re »ts.____ B.-rckluv dg »w Mrcnjth In North. The strength ol the Breckinridge faction iu the North, as shown by the la'e election, i* ca fellow*: In Maiue, ihe Seeew ionista didn’t even m»ke a show of a fight In Connecticut, tbev were just “ «« *har." Iu Ftoosyl ».u i., the Democratic ca-id dite for Goieruo.-, although p,ofc»si-g to be a Duuula. min, endeavored to “tide both sties of the Siplitig." It is istimated that the Pies ,dent's it fi lencn in Ibis State will give Breckinridge about one-fouixb of the t>. operatic vote. In Iudlara, the Bmckinridge roeu went over to the Republic ute, "borre, foot and dsagoo: a.” In Ohio, they dldi’l »hu* fight — Tneaa are facts. If ant body can now figure out ho* | John a Breckinridge can by any pocaibdity get vote* I enough in the North to elect biui, *e »OuM like to ree 1 then try it on. He won’t #*rvy a single precinct in the North. ir: M* **«*y *>r ilwSw11 1 Patriots ol Virginia! Aro you ready to decide tho moat momentous question that has ever yet been submit ted to you ? But a few short days remain. Are you prepared at all point* * Dave you thoroughly canvassed tour respective neighborhoods? Havo you made ar rangements to bring every Bell snd Everett voter to tbe polls? Has no neighborhood been neglected? Has every legitimate influence been brought to bear in favor of the I'oion cause ? Has every effective argument been employed? Have you ail worked as patriots should work, in a criais like this? If you have, the 8tate of Virginia is sure for Bell and Everett by a rousing ma jeritj. But if you have not—if you havo left anything undo: e —employ the next few days unceasingly and diligently in behalf of your country. The time is abort—the emer gency is pressing sod vital—and the l nion expects every man to discharge his whole duty. 1)0 it, ami earn the gratitude of your contrymen, and the blcaaiogs of your Gon. The Duties ol aa American matnaun. Hauy years ago, tbe Hon. John Bell, in a speech in tho House of Representatives, thus defined the duties of American Statesmen: *• To calm the lising elements of discontent, to as suage the feverish symptoms of the body politic, is the business of every American statesman. An Aiutrican statesman! Who and what are the attributes ot an A-ucrican statesman at this day ? They are, or ought to account themselves, the high-priest* of Liberty, ad niin'sti ring her rights for the benefit of her disciples in every country; for this favored people first, and theu for all nations. Such is the high and noble calling of an American statesman. What is the first great care ol an American statesman ? To preserve our institutions. I will not go into an argument to ahow that the ouly ef fective mode of discharging this great trust is to preserve and cherish the Uuion. That is an axiom in American politics, I trust, too firmly establshed to be overthrown by the theoiics of any new professors in the science.how ever distinguish!d tor genius and talents. Whutiatiie next great duty of American atatesinen ? So to admin ister their cilices aa to secure uomfort and happiness to the greatest possible number of the ciiixens of this free country. These are the whole law snd the prophets for the guidance of American statesmen. These are the sum of all the commandments in the book ot our politi cal lailb ” What a noble, patriotic, comprehensive appreciation of the duties of an American Statisman ! MenofVir* ginia, Whigs and Democrats, natives and foreigners, u no'. John Bell the very man for the times, aud the very mau for your votes on Tuesday next? The ComjDC Storm t At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Georgia Air-Line Railroad, h*lJ recently at Atlanta, Ga.,the fol lowing resolution was adopted: /iWiW, That in view of (he unsettled state of pub lie affairs, and the depression in the financial condition of the country consequent thereon, that the progress ol the Georgia Air lcue road be suspended until the rail meeting of this board, and that this board now adjourn to nnet in this place, on Tuesday, the ^7lh day ot No vember next, at 10 o'clock, A il. So we go. Wotkaol internal improvement stopping! Ltbort rs thrown out of employment! General stagna tion and distress! Well, if the a/iprchtmion cf disuuio.i c in Jo so much, what will not di.-iiuiou itself do! That is a question that cannot bo pondored too deeply. If fan of a particular result is fraught with disastrous con s quinces, what wide-spread ruin will uot the result it S.lf bring about? A Fwrt to be Muted. It is a singular fact ilia*, uiue-tentha of those actually aud directly interested in the institution of slavery, and who possess iu addition as much intelligence and patriot ism as any other class, are conservative iu their views aud feelings, and look upon a destruction of the Union as the greatest of all cal unities. The enemies of the Uoicn are mostly of a class who have uot the capacity to appreciate the government under which they live, and because it dees not footer them by bestowing place with out requiring capacity, and coufiring wealth without la bor, regard our insti uiions as a failure. The day mu-t tome, sooner or later, when the Son’h will see her owi inter.'*'; when she will cut ioo'o from >he net of abolition aiders aud abettors, who, under the guise cf ex'reme Southern zral in her cause, are destroy ing her. Winn this day comes, the men who hive coun sciled conservatism, peace aud justice, will be regarded as her true.t sons. Un-il that day the patriot will seek the private sta'.iou as the post of honor. -- > Brcchluriilne Hypocrisy. The Breckinridge-Yancey party loudly protest they ate not for dUuuiou ; that the charge is a slander, yet they n »t ot ly never utter one word in defeucc of the l nioti, b it they stigmatise every man tl at utter* a word ut ainst disunion, as a “submission is t," a “Union shritker," Ate.— If they are for the I'uion, why do they denounce every appeal to the people in favor of it* perpttnatiou ? Why d m’t they try to P" serve it ? It is a notorious fact that e.iry Breckinridge spiech aud editorial is a studied ef fort to intUme the passions and arouse the prejudices of the people of the South, and cause them to regard tho Union as a cur8e instead of a blessing. If these are Union men, they have a very singular way of manifesting their z al for the Vnion. What of (lie Might! Union-loving men of Virginia, what of the night I— Arc you, each and all, exerting your whole powers; are you given up, heart, sou’, mind and body, to your coun try? Your country expects this of you, and it is but a r-a-sotable eervice for all the blessings you crjov.— Woul I you transmit tluse blessings; would you transnd our gtori' Uv Oonsiitutional Union to your children aod your children's chlldien? If so, uow is the time to be stir yourselves for “the Pbilisiine* are upon us." Toe Yanoej -Breckinridge DUuuioniits, look at what they are even now preparing to do, and balk them in the r insane purposes by giving Virginia to Bell and Everett by an overwhelming majority! A 8s nrvy Trick. The Savannah S<f,»l/iicun fsya thet while it) the Et tern scctlou cf Georgia, the Breckinridge oratora are trying to get the poor men to vote against Bell because be owns “(cur hundred slaves," in the Western portion they are tryiug to create ptijudices against him because bo owns no elav.s at all I It would be well for our Breck inridge frietil', before geirg before the people, to hvvr a consultation and agree which tide of the question they aiil nil tike. No doubt o sides, though, will suit their purposes better.__ Hon at Old Joe Lane. In niaspeecu at m uiar.fi p i us our one t-auc iucu um lir.guage: ‘ It has been charged that the party ni'h which I hive the honor to act, design to employ tLe Federnl Govern merit for the propigaiion ot slavrrv. This I deny. I deny that run national demouratio party) DESIRE TO PROPAGATE SLAVERY IN THE TERRI KIES." John 0. BrtcfcinriJge has already declared that Hi: “nti.oMivn to xo party which nap ip. an nia rxtkxsiom or xlavxry." Both are fit leaders of a party which professes iu Vtr to be ultra Southern, while in the North they Mir the Republican ticket. Yuurrylsni. WE SHALL FIRE THE SOUTHERN HEART, IN STRICT THE SOUTHERN MIND, GIVE COURAGE fO EACH OTHER. AND AT THE PROPER MO MENT BY ONE ORGANIZED. CONCERTED ACTION. cE CAN PREGJPITATK THE COTTON STATES IN TO A REVOLUTION.— Yauety'e Slaughter Letter. k few weeks ago, more than two geare after that letter tear written, Mr. Y’ ineey made a four hours' »p ech at Memphis. Iu that speech he reverted to the tlaugh <r Latter, aud said: THERE IS NOT A WORD IN THAT LETTER THAT I TAKE BACK TO NIGHT. THERE IS NOT A SKN TIMFIN'T IN IT 1 DISAVOW. Go it Yaxeiyl Go it Baxcaixamox! Whit a Purer ! Whit a farce for the Brecks to be speaking ot John Bell as dumb—when tbeir own party is under a promise to make B.-eck auswer the Norftlk questions, aud can’’ do it, although ha «ook-i for litre* hours on the stump. Brc-ck is a grea‘ Uikiog mau, but is a poor answering man—iu fact, he w ru'i answer, either for questions or President. How to I> U-at L in o u. When we hear an intelligent man express I,is fear of Lincoln's ilection, a; d at ihe same time expre-s Ids d. termbaliou ofWutbg for Breckinridge, we doubt his sin cerity. If Lincoln is elected, he will owo Iiis ehctiou to John C. llreckiniidge and Junes Buchanan. Ti e men «hi really desires to defeu Lincoln—if he understands the true siato of i flail a—wi.i vote lor John Bell. Folltl ■ et Ihe lulvr rill). The students of the U .iv. ray opened a Poll last Sit urlay for the purprse of indicating their prefeieuces for the diff -rent Presidential candid iU a. 503, out of eix liuu d-od aud odd, vo es wire ca-f, embrssiug studiuts f.om nearly all the Southern States. The Poll stood Breck inridge *15, Bell 232, Doug'as 29. Of the Virginia stu dents, llell received 102, Breckinridge 157, aud Douglas 14. _ Old Joe i.anc uu Coerrlnr is State. In his Indianapolis speech Joe Lane drc'ared that he was ready to draw his swoan aoaisji thx krxhixs cr th* Umor amwhxm. It would be well, then, for the Stcei*ionises, before they undertake to break up lbs Ur ion, to remember that Old Joe Lane ttande pledged to whip them back I HIGHER LAW AT HOME. REVOLUTION RECOMMENDED AND BEGUN IN VIRGINIA! unconstitutional resistance to a CONSTITUTIONAL ACT I A LAWFUL ELECTION TO BE MET BV LAWLESS REFUSAL TO SUBMIT! THE FROERtMIlE OF REVOLUTION AND BLOOD! The Norfolk Argus of ihe i'"b gives, what it styles, the proceedings of a “Grand Mass Meeting and Bart e oue in Princess Anne county, Virginia,'’ held last week. It says: We had the pleasure of attending, on last Wednesday, the largest Masse Meeting ever held in the eouuty of Princess Anne. There were between eighteen hundred and two thousand persons present, including some four hundred ladies. A sumptuous feast was spread, and there was enough to eat and driuk lor everybody and plcuty to spare although tl e crowd was mucu larger than any one could have anticipated. The day was lovely, aud all nature seemed to coutribute to the enjoyment of the occasion. The presence ol four hundred ladies, among them some of the loveliest of Virginia’s daughters, seemed t> inspire the orators of the occasion with unusual elo * The Mas* Meeting was organized by call.ng Col. Ed ward H. Herbert to the chair, aud appointing Eigar B. Macon, Esu., Secretary. The Hou. HENRY A. WISE, (now a citizen of the county,) was introduced with a few appropriate remarks bv the President. Governor Wise niaele one of the most splendid efforts of his Ihe, riveting the audition of his rudieuoe, aud catrying them with him in his soul-stiirtug appeals lor a Uniou of ihe South lor the safety of tlm Sou'll. //> disclaimed parti/ feeling, and uddressed the people irrespective of party, iu support of the lullowing ,,r, amble and resolutions, which he offered, rt e will uot attempt a report of the Governor's speech, which was received witli the greatest enthusiasm • “ We, a portion of the people of Princess Anne coun ty, here’ass.mbled, desiring to coufer with our fcllow ettizens ol the Commonwealth of Virginia generally, aud to express to them our views upon me impending dan gers threatening our property, our lives, our social safe tv, our political equality, our character as a people, all the securities of our peace, and the means ot our com mon defence—do earnestly appeal to their solemn con sideration ol past, prevent and coming eveuts, touching tnese dangers, aud the protection ot these dearest rights of a Irec people. [Here follows Gov. Wile’s account of the rise and growth of the Abolition mania, from which wo extract the following reference to the relation borne to it by tbe larger wing of the Democracy at this day aud the candi date ol that wing now for the Presidency.) The next arcb-traitcr to Democracy was a pupil of Butr, Mar iu Van Boren, of New York. From Burr, through him, comes down to this day .be desceut of that wing of Democracy which is now aiding the great Fanat ical movement which bus succeeded iu breakiug down both the old Federal and Dcuiocra ic parties, aud which sill, in a few days, probably, elect the Chief Executive of the United Slates, to dcstioy property m staves every where, lirsl iu Districts and Territories and soon iu the S utes. The clectitn of the Younger Adams revtvrd Federalism in 1S24, and Yau Bureu revived Buir.sm iu 1S.H'. 'ihe temporising L-uui™.»ua “““ -— w ith the "Hunkers,” as they were called, ol hi- adminis tritioti from ISdO to 1st", ou the slavery question, hid t ,e :oui.d»iiou of the disruption which ha- resulted iu two d vLiuns of the Democratic party iu 1800. Vsu Bureo, liimnlf, chagiiued by his dilcat iu the slave States, opm U wint over to sati-slavery. Ilut most of bis tree-soil pditUans remained in the’Democratic party, and have .-nee. ) ded in so wielding minorities iu tlieacu-Demccrei ic u„ J ami-dwirv States, as to claim the power ol con trolling the m joiuies iu the Democratic and slave-hold iug r-utes, and cl'dictating tott.e party its nominees and u ctuoge in its principles iu the form of what is called ••.S’yuutttr Soeenigntg" [Alter a few o her similar observations the I’reitnb'e ss-erts that the triumph ot Republicanism is •• ce:iaii.;y pr jbatle iu the next thirty days,” ami then undertakes o portray what is involved in that triumph, aud * hit Wi! r suit from i —a: e / hieh coir ee the following: J How, then, ie the election of it. candidate lor that Ci ief Kxccutive power to be viewed by us and by a'lr— His aud tus rival's sentiments ate both proclaimed—they aie the same—“the government cannot endure half alive at d half free— it is an impressible eot II ot between op po-ing and cuduiitig lore s—lbs United States must and 'wdi auouer or later, become u slaveholding nation, or cii ttrtl't a free labor nation." There are the sentiments ol the 'coining Hliek Republican tiiumph—a triumph by -uih means as we have i-een. h hat then ? 1st. Tue election of Abraham Lincoln to the Piesi dency will be an open andtllieial avowal by a popular majority ol the North and ol the nation that th; past eg ireksionsol Black Repttblieani.-m arc right. •Jud. That they are to be per.-Uted iu with great ag gravation, lor the future. Sd. That the slave States shall not govern themselves n respect to their own prop rt) iu their owu limits, but ihat whilst territories ate to be allowed to prohibit shi very in thir limits, the Slates will not be permitted to I rotect it in peace iu th its. 4 th. That the slave States and their citizens are to be etc reed to subm.s-iou. Aud such aggression as this amounts to actual war. It is pioclaitncd already, ut.d iwaits only Ibo election for the power and the means to voi ree Eubmiss.on. The election will give it both. And it is the worse lor coming in all the panoply of a mere farm of right. Thef.rin is the election— and the dec ton Will be canititutr/ual. That is to bo the pore out of which the courage of resistance is to ooze. The fo m of the election may be constitutional bn: its iulet u: d purpose is our invasion and a violent infraction ol ti e Uousitution. No matter wbat may bo the form, the substance is aggression—the sggie.-sion is to us—vital! If we eubmit to it, toe are at once eubjugated, and if we intfnd to iovist it is time we wire pupated lor the .ontiict which we cannot ropro-s but may repel. loves ol these issues wo deliberately resolve : Ht. To appoint “committees of safrty," as in Revolu tionary limes, to consivt of six persons lor each magi le rial di-trie', a majority ol whom lor each district may act. I'hey shall devise and'control measuiea of police lur our safety, and for enrolling and organizing a body of "Miu cte Men,” for whom in al! revpect* they shall provide.— And quarterly, or oftener, at euch times as they may ap point, the respective committees of tbo districts, or their icpreUtiUtivtl ehail assemble, in whole or in part, as they may direct, as a gemral council for the county, which slisll sit under a chief cf minute men, to be dieted the several czUDciii and removable at their pleasure. The Minuto Men shall ex*cute the order- of the district .omm ttees and of the general council, and shall, whin Lecesvary, be provided with the proper moans. 2d. That it be recommended to every county in the Commonwealth to organize iu the same or a atmi ar man ner and in publish the vauio as ao now order fer notice to our friends and co operattrs. tid. That the moment the election returns are nude known and it is ascertained that Abraham Lincoln is elected Pns'reut of the Tutted Suites, the gem ral com , il nf ibs couii v shall s lid one diUgite from each diatiiolto meet euca dil-gabs as may be appointed by o her counties, to asse.ubie in Conveuiiou at Richmond, to dcertn ne upon measures for prot cling our own safe tv and h our as a people, tor dt-lending too llonsiitut on of ibc U iteJ S'atrs, for saving our rights in the Uuioo, and for obtii. tug the sanction of tho sovereign state 01 Vir .’inla f 4 th That these proceedings be published at Norfo k and Richmond, and copi s be scut to cai h county in the Commonwealth; ami that the President and Sect etary of the meo'.ing hi order*d to sec tl.ia duly cxrtlit d. 5th. That a coaimittco of five be appointed by the Chair to cor.due a correspondence in this snd other States. And a committee of live in each dis'rict be also appoint* I'.to raise fuuda to defray auy exp. i,sc of print ing and distribution and corresponded ce. Kttnhtd. That in- clings fcclnld in etch tn.igLreiial district within a week fur the purpose of organ zing sc ' cording to the fi at resolution. Tlie r< solutions, at the request of Gov. Wise, were then offered to the people irrespective of party, by the Proident and carried by accliuuition and enthusiasm ; although there were uumbers of Opposition men pres ent. Alter the Govcrnoi's speech, the meeting adjourned to partake < f the barbecue. After dinner, Gov. Wise again tloquently addressed ;hc assemblage iu re: ponso to a question coucernlug the resolution*. David J. Godwin, E-up, of Portsmouth, As-detaiit Elec tor for this District, followed Gov Wise in au able and eloquent appeal to ibc peofle to discat J Juba Boll for I; s unsound record and rally to th- support of the true Dem ocratic nominee. Jehu 0. Breckinridge. Wm Limb Elec or for this Dintr'ct. was then intro duced by the Presideut, and addressed thengsetnb age.— Wha'. our frieuls thought of our speech we will Ljavs them to s*v. John W. Young. E q , of Portsmoirh, then followed in a forcible and efT.-c ive speech, aft r whi.di the gran ! assniblsge di-p-rsed amid much enthusiasm The people of both pard-s, (there is no DouglIS par ty in this county)seemed to think rliat ih • meeting was the most important ever hrll in Princoui Aline siDce the Revolution. A thin to n to tlaiWL—holders. Th Louisville Dinoerat niters a timilv caution tc aloeho'ders, iu t' c event of the election of Lincoln, tc be wntcbf .1 of ilist clao of property. An impression prevails iu som ■ places thit that event secures their free dom, end rroit enre should be taken. In the event of ■ di-s lotion of tho Uuion, it nuj result in horrors toe great 'O be depicted We are on the border*, and wil rrcrive the firs', blow iu the conflict. Dodging tbs Dnnger. The i lea or fotming a Pouthern coofcdi tacy and bar ing out tho border Rta’e-, is certainly a very unchival r ins one far the border Stit 9 would have all'the fight iog'o do, a-’d a l th) danger to brave. Oku the veo man y of Virginia be willing to do all the fighting am brate 1 h - dangers of <ivil war, to gratify th? wbimi of Cotton Stat Di-unionists? If not, vote fer B 11 am Everett. ^ _ On the 6th of November ou - citizens will be calbd oi to perrorm the mot’ solemn duty, of all tbsir lives. Ar thsy pre; ared ti perform It worthily! Are tley rJv;®l heart, tout, mind and strength to tho preservation of tbei country from destruction ! Worthy of Rramkriiri. Kvery Southern Diauniooist it to be in favor of Breck ioridga, although many, if not all oftbeta, art con vioctd that be cannot be elected, and support him in the hope of thus facilitating the election of Lincoln and their consequent effort to precipitate a revolution. If,therefore, the kfreer could be elected, would not h!a success endan ger the Union? Having received the unanimous ro e of the Yancey “ precipitators", would he not deem himself ob ligated to heed their counsels'! Breckintidge, probably, is not a voluntary Disunlonist, but may we not infer that he would, by outside pressure, be-forced into that atro cious Heresy / He evidently lacks firmness and indepen dence, or he would not have evadeJ erery effort to elicit the expression of bis opinion upon the expediency of dissolution in the event of Lincoln’s election. Seeing that he dare not run the risk of offending bis revolutiona ry friends, by openly disclaiming ail sympathy in their treasonable designs, can we reasonably suppose that, if elected, he would resist aud rebuke their rllbrta tome him as their tool ? None but an independent man who will promptly and fearlessly utter hie sentiments on that momentous subject, should be trusted when our national existence is at stake. People ol Virginia, remember this important fact on next Tuesday, aud vote for the firm and loyal patriot, John Bell. Sir. Yaat-py ia Introduced to llie Prince. The New York correspondent of the Charleston Cour ier, speakiug of the Prince’s reception at New h ork, says: "tien. Scott was there, as were also Gov. Morgan, ex Governor King, Collector Srhell, Surveyor Hart, Peter Cooper, Cyrus W. Field, ex-Gov. Fish, aud his son-in law. Sydney Webster, our ticb uabob, W. D. Aster, the British Consuls of New York, Philadelphia and New Or leans. The South was not unrepresented. The Hon. Win. L Yancey was among the notables. He was dress ed in plain Southern homespun, aud at first declined to bo introduced to tbe Prince. “But this Collector Schell and other well known Dem ocrats would not allow. He being a d.stinetive repre sentative of the South, and regarded aa a “fire enter," they wouldn't let him off So the great orator wag presented 10 the Priuei; a few co. dial woids passed between them, and from the looks of each, they evident ly had a mutual wish—“May wo meet again.” This “may we meot again,’’ we suppose refers to the time worn Mr. Yancey shall go to Saint James, to place the Southern Confederacy under the protection of i he British Lion. Let our Irish fellow-citizen Uke care that they are not converted into British suhj-cts through the action of the Yancey Breckinridge Disunion faction! Ciiolre Bxlrii tsirsmllie “Lynchburg Repub lican.*' The Lynchburg Republican is at present oue of the most violent Yancey-Prct kiundge organs In the State — Let us see where it stood long after the adjournment of the Charlottesville Convention, aud even down to the meeting ol the Baltimore Convention. In its issue of May, the'CS b, we find many choice things, which the D.mgiaa men will enjoy now prodigiously. It publishes, in the first place, the resolutions adopted by a Demo cratic meeting in Prince Edward, which, it tells us, “were ablv advocated by T. T. Treadway, W. C. Flournoy, and ...i._•• ... i . ir.ni...i “h» i vnin nt ten to one.” Among the retoluiion*, we call ipecial attention to the following, which reads thus: ••2. Retdved. That with reference to the tpeeial t abject J diiagreement between the tection*, we hold that the true and etlablitlied principle of Democracy it non-n ternention by Coeigrtt* with tlavtry in Slirta or Terri tory.” The Republican endorses these resolutions in the fol lowing emphatic language: ‘•Thtte retdution* art of the right itamp, and the pet - pie are alt right, if lit alone by the politician!. There is scarcely any division of sentiment in Campbell aud Appomattox, and we have no doubt the same may be sdd of maily every county in the 8iate.” fu another article, under the caption of "Let Juitice b- Done,” the Republican says: •‘The enemies of Judge Douglas say that tbeSecedetsit Chat lest on were forced out ot the convention by the ob stiuate conduct ot the Douglas men. This is ail gammon. Judge Douglas' friends did not do » single disbonorab'e or unfair act iu the Cotmn'.ion. They did not attempt any innovation upon ibe established mages of the party or its conventions. They did to: change, or seek to change, the two- birds rule, which has always been re gsrdt d as the ample sifeguard to the South. They did not fo> k to change the Deinocra ic Platform, or give to it their pi culiar construction. ‘•There wa», therefore, no innovation or attempt at in uovu ion by the Douglas tneu at Charleston. 7he only faction* proceed ngi there were enacted by the Southern S edert, who toughl to fight off the vote on the pla farm in a manner which wat ditguiting to many of her turn frit nit—so much so that one of them from Florida protested agaiust it. The Douglas mm acted fair ly and honorably throughout tbe whole convention.” Toward* the close of lie same article, see bow it com pliments Douglas, and what an extravagant idea it eutei itius cf bis popularity. It says: “We believe him to be a gooJ Democrat aud as re liable a man as those who tbuse aud slander biui. And we b. lieve be is tbe strongest man now in America, "ex cept General Jack-on,"«td that, if nominated at Ratti more, he will b-at Lincoln, Bell, Yancey and all the tec tiunal nominationt which hit enemiet can place in the field between now and November” That is a good egg. According to the opinion of the Republican, on the 28th of Msy, Douglas is obliged to be the next President of the United States. Roll on tbe ball! But, here Is another extract, which we call the special alteration of the Tenth Legion Democracy to: "THE TENTH LEMON ALL 1IMIT. “A very Urge and enthusiastic meeting of the Democ racy of Rockingham county was held ou Mouday lait, and resolutions udopted fully endorting the principle* of non-intervention, and the course of tbeir delegates in the Charleston Convention. The whole Tenth Legion is right upon this question, and we believe that nine-tenths of ibc Democracy of the State are right. There will not be a aingle authorized delegate from VirginU In the Richmond Convention. The whole concern is a "bogu,” alf„ir, unauthorizel by a single State in tbe Union, and it will be treated as such by me people of Viigiuia." If the Tenth Legion Democracy were “all right” in May Iasi, they are certainly “all right” now. Let the rneu of tbe Tenth Legion, being “all right," as the Re publican says, stand boldly to tbeir Douglas guns on Tuesday next Here is another extract: “Tilt SECESSIONIST*. ‘ Mr. Yancey, of Al ibama,de. lar.ia ihst be is utte lytf* puncu w me n—— —-.n —. Convention, am! that he ia opposed to having Alabama represented in that Convention. This show* the disor ganizing tender cy of Mr Yancey’* mind and purposes It shows that he is unalterably bent upon the disrructlcn of the Democratic party, and in favor of a sectional con test, I -t the co.tsequ >uce* bo what they may to the coun try. It inch a mm a tafe leader ! Art hit eouiutl* tneh at tkould control the Sou'hern people in the present a arm n i emei g‘ sey l Ws THINK Sit’ Hue ia anotl e with which we dote : "We are pleas' d to rej the movement in the South to choose other delegates in the place of those who seceded from the Cuailssiou Convention. This is tight. Then gentlemen, by going nut anti organizing an independent bode, Certainly forfeited all right or claim to resume their tea's in the Rational Cunnentioa " Thtre i9 what the Lynchbu-g Republican, now a ram paot-Ysncey-Seccs-ion-anli Douglas organ, said on the ■JNth of May la»t. Lot the people read ! Let the Doug las mm ponder! Twenty years .ago. persons avowing the treasonable sentiment* that we row sometimes bear in Virginia, would hare been mol eJ. Why is it i,ot so now ? Be cius* Drcckinri Ig- and his cohorts have deceived a few people who are * i'l at I eut faithful to the Union. Wo entreat them to lay aside their false gods and to return, with renewed devotion, to their love for tho Union. If there is any <dtizea who does not understand the im portune • of the * zeroise of the right of suffrage, bunt him up ai d try to male a wiaer and better man of him — Teach him that the man who doesn't vole,is governed by him who does. Tho trei'O' ab e attempt to dissolve the Union U bringing on its first fruits—a pressure in money matters. We trust and prsy i'. will be the least evil that is brought upon us by Vance? and Breckinridge. Work row, B II and Kv-retl men, while the day lasts. The twilight is falling, with ominous shadows, upon the Union, and tl e uigbt wi I tome when to man can wotk. A terrible night it will be, and fruitful of evil. Wby is it that every Disunioniat in the South is for BrrckioiiJge and Line? Can it be for any other reas on, than that they are Disunion card dates? Edward Everett declared in 18:6 rhat ho stood ready to buckle on his knapsack and ra .rch to tb» defence of the South. He reiterated the same srutiment last De cember. CANVASS IN NELSON. To the Kditar of the Whig: 1 The Union Dirty gave a b irbccue at Arrington a i ! Depot, no last K.idav, (Ool 26.) Several hundred per | sons were in attendinec. The audience were en'ertain | ed l»y an able and elrqoent speech, from Hon. John S i | Pendleton, ofCulpepet; also by an iff.ctlve and humor . | oua sp-eoh from Thoa. Whitehead, E-q , of Amherat — The Bell part? of Nel-on are thoroughly aroused and de I u rmined to slva a majority of which It may ba proud.— r , We hope and believe we ean five a maloidty of 400 for Bell over all otlur oacdldatee. poasaocmgrAJd. Orvicw or TVS Wiki, October 91, 1M. BANK STATE V CRTS. The following U * comparison of the leading deport ment* of the Fa mcc, B.nk aid Bank of Virginia, and their teapot lire branehei, on the lit Oel 1809 and ISM: riant i ana Fperla CtrealailoQ Depcrltea DW-oanta 1859 .5.M,*** J,d*9 485 1,'M.tf* 5918375 ISM.451,959 1 136 0 4 1,606,964 5,7*9 149 Dec.11(5,737 193,481 199,893 199,99* (tae nr viaaixu. So-He Oiriulaliou Depoattea Dlaeoante 109.474 149 1,177 533 1,4.0 911 4 639 790 ISM.411,000 1,015 669 1,469 561 4 6 0,619 Dec.*33,149 161,369 , 19,38* 39, 49 The foil .wing la a etatement of thaaame department! for Bra years, on lat October: nairais mar. Specie Olrcul* lun Dep'sltes DtrcounH 195*.677.TI6 9.191.64T 1,723 3>9 *,*'4*60 1*57.456,864 1,941*31 1,7(6.980 6,085,9*1 1958 .591 H4 1,53 . 91* 1 978.145 5 799 157 1159.551.996 1 629 481 1 73* 159 6.918,376 1860 .453,959 1,4 ^,*04 1 606.2M 5,749,149 aiaa or r aaiaii. Specie Olrralatlon Dap-ult se DlaennnU 1856 .563 3*9 1,617,61* 1,459 098 4 .95 5<S 1857 .511,419 1,579.9 >4 1491.899 4,657.1(31 18.51.617,085 1,964,.31 1,545 480 4 8t9 lW> Is59 .4i4U9 1,(77.534 1480 981 4 639 790 i860.4tl,000 1,645,469 1 468,539 4.MC.649 It will be observed that the condition of three departed, ns on lit Ice: aliora no material variation from their condition at tha eorr.rponiljug period of 1859. The ltankj have evidently been I vetoed foreevenl yean by a polity of gradual cintractlon — Compared with lit Octolier, 1856, thcr* haa been an aggregate lota tf *946,819 In apeclr; a curta’lm-nt of *1,817,68.) In dreulatlor; a diminution of only *100.6*9 In depoal ea, and a contraction of the oetetandlng debit, *.60/97 III t D. On the 95t5 Inrt., of typhoid freer, at the residence of her father, In Budurd eonnty, 111m FIANCES WILSON, In the Tld year of her age, leavl-g a large circle of f lends an J rilatires to n ourn orar be; an linely demise '-Bleated are the dead who d'e In the Lord ” At her r.sldeocenear Waablngton il'y, un the 99 h day of Oelc. ber, Mr, Jl LIA M. uICKINStdN, wife of W. F. Dlcklnton, In the *5lh year of her age. Rlchmind papers copy. At M mtrrua w,.,tmor. land county, <n Wednesday the *5th In •tint. J«MH LRR V, aunol J. B. aid Lucy Jett, ajed ooa ytar and twemy rrveo diys. A \U. 1 COOK. WY. have for sale, privately, a No. 1 Co .It, between thl.ty and th ; ty-flvc yeti' of «g«. ^ ml- _ DATT* DDEPgKACO.Aut a THE TJISrXObT PULPIT FOB SALK BY UKOBGF. L. BIDGOOD, No- 101, n.lB Nt., Hlcltntontl. Pi ice &L.UO UNION PULPIT —A cone*pindent of the Alexanlrla Ftntintl thua ape ka of the new book teccnfy luaed lo ILla c.iy celled the “Un on Pulpit.” I h«v. recently oeen reading tha ‘ Union PulpU” a > ook of aer moo*, by rom*; thirst -four * mined tulnUteri of cliferent denomina tions. and I dnlre to say 'o ihe reade • of your piper, and te U*e i uMio g*n*-r«lly, that i very much doubt whether an abler collec tion of termor a were ever published. I have never been aom th Int retied, edified an I Instructed, In the perusal of any work, (ex tent the H h r,) aa I have been, lu the perusal of the “Colon Pti • nlt/’-w th the content of the publish* rs, I will add the word * Anglican, * ao aa to read the “American Union Palpi*.” Thla coil «-c Ion of sermons dora very great crrdltto the American pjlpjl. Wlhuut dt >1 tug to m*ke aoythlag I ke an Invl lou. dU tlncJon, vaU the a'-rmot.a a o fl-.e ) I may he allowed lo aay that tl»* a*r*nona of Doctor* Fuller, Wo A halt!;, Palmer, Doggett, C ark.Hiockton, llutle *, Campbell, V r.ton, McC lnto*k a .d Adam* are the ve*y flora! apeclmma of pu’plt eloquent*-* I ever read. The l. r;u n of l>*. iicl hie one of the m at profound, logWI and able •erra »na It h t ever bem oiy pie rare to r»a<l. Tt contains »f*ac postage* of the pure t e oquence I tvtr aawlu pilot Every srhul ar lo the land ought to have a copy of this Admirable work not-St __JrxicB. More new' loods BY LAST PT• AMKR. iS-A-JNcL X_J -fcJ J-f JVL. <3C Have jost recelfe«l K extol new Dress fllkv Dress (tonic, Iq every vailety. Near styles Glo*ku and Arsis. S*W*h*M I. They offer frrat bargtlos it.I |o It ch lireri silks. H.k Hub** D.-tciae Rcbrs, mtoy of them at half cost. They offer also. Naw Osulmtr s, of Pouthern maoufjrtura* N^rth Carolina Goods, which rc eiinl the pre mium at the Stale Fulr. Georgia Casairneres, fer men and boys’ wear, Ac. not_ __ LlMIBEIt CARD. 11UGKNK CARRINGTON, Lav nj purchased the stock of lumber !i of the lat- fcriward K Dudley. • 111 'oa*liue the business at tbe olJ yanl, Co-orr Frank In and 19th Stree s, where he wl'l ha h«ppy to serve the old ru^totnerj of Mr Dadl.y, and the public gene-ally. block on hand,White Pine, Yell iw Pine, Flooring, alnut, Cher ry, Ash, Mahogany. Maple, Button Wo d. Litha, Hhlnf ee. Ae 7 AUGCNk CAKtlNGTON. ool C«t. Franklin and 19*h Street«. YOU LOOK IX VAIN". For a Grey Hair on Hie H.-ud of • prson whn Veea REIMSTREET'S INIMITABLE IIAIR RESTORATIVE. Tos will Bnd however on thr head. of those who u«lt LI XI HIAN r liLOMV HAIR OF OillGIN AL COLOR, AND A CLEAN NCALF* *0 MATTIE AT WHAT AGE Of LIKE IT U USED. tui roixowiaa Tvrvoir n ooanreua. Mi.'ox.Qi., March 28, 1840. Meeera. Briwaar A Bonn. Havannsh, Go. Oenfi.—I roc rived the package of Helrnetr.et’e Inlmltkblf U»!r Restorative, end, after ulng one bel'lr.t c.n eafely u; H ti the hrit .rll.de of the kind I know of ll will do .11 It claims to do, to reetorluc thr Heir to lu original color. Beipectfully, JONAH ». BKKSLKT. Ornoe Horn Mutcil Kimr A Mum lucmci Co, I St. Louti. Oct. 29, ISM. f We here turd Hc'.mi'rert'k Hklr Prcptr.tlon, ■Inimitable Eee toratlre) »nd Snd It to iniwer the purpoece for which It to design ed, belter then an.thl g we bare ever need before, and can rec ommend It In the highest terms. B. B. HINET, 0. L. CHIMT1B. . O. V. CROSS. Saranaa, Qi, May 19,18*0. Mcnra. W. V. H tan A Go, Troy. N. T. Onn/t.—Ocr Arm haring lold large quantities of yonr Infallble ll.lr Krstoretl.e, end hearing It to unlrcnally commended by many of our patrons In the hlghe.t mtnner si to Its "limitiil■ * qualities, I was Induced to glee It a trial, baring fee rat ye ire been trouhl d with felling ofthe belr, d*yueee ofthe icalp, aa well aa the add tlonel annoyance of many grey heir.,—the scalp hetrg apparently diseased. After faithful r utl g one email bottle of the Reeioritlr-, and Boding Its g >od qualltlea apparent, I com mence! th* u«e of t' e second and my hair la now to better condl tlin than ere- before during mr reeol'ertlrn It ba> Hopped f.llin- out and li t icalp hee >einmed lu functions. I most cheer fully recommend veer art deal hiring el. the vlrtura you claim for lu In a idlllnn to my o.n caae. /can point out at Irani fifty ptrtonn in our city icAo han Had t/u mint (te/we-ienre in Ur unr an mynrlf. Ton are at liberty ti uae tb'e letter a< you may eee proper, and I *11' be h.ppy to recommend your article peraonally on any and all occasions. Yoara respectfully, JAMBS STCWABT, Ofthe firm of Stewart A Butler. “Rejoice I ye with gray hair, and bald head!, for the /nimltabU wll teetore Ik. former lo lie original beauty, and cover the latter with a luaurlant growth.— Trot Bwlgti. “If you with to hare the rail color, instead of the dall rough look whl-h hair dre Impart*, use ZMmntrnaft Btrioratirt, which it,rlgera'.. • the rootn of the hair and mike. I- yonug again; no matter how much It mar be faded." - B nton TrattUrr, Sold everywhere—price fO cen'a, and 91 a b-ttle. W. E II AOAN * CO., Pr»nrletornf •a'«••»/. N. f. Pituis A SHueaao, Agents._angr ■—**»» mill e- terp'l. ng nrcprl-ltr Jt or CHIBTNL’T UKUVK W“l KT ( h* | ae. at Mrdlcloal A rent aver known, )ba< f.r M pure, healthful and iorUoratlog, it the aarne time a ml!d d'llclou* rve ag- It la r ileulaled to do w«v atth the etle drugged fluff hat b paltte 1 Off on the coon u :lte, io1 which la iiJu»l<»oa to body rnd mind. In add<tl n to the* e tlflcatiB heoca.h.he hag ree'red a I I pi ma from tig ►TATE ARICtJIeTTBALSO IE m TV and add U cal teatlmony from Dr Jack.—..1 iKito i, who tei'Hlea under oath to it* ebeo lutjpailiy. CBATIHC tTK8. 1'Rii.thkirii'i, Sept. 9. lvhS. We have cat Wally tooted the earn l< of Ol citna Orove Wrleky y utentut and find that I'rorl tint none of the Pole .roue'u tvancrt kn wn >• tutll Oil. which U the characletl lie and Injuiloce byre,.lent Olyhe Wraeky. In , CAMAn. An I tlcnl Chetrlrte. New Voex. Sept. 3, I'M I havexuxl;te.l arampl'of Chee'cut Or ve WhU.y reeelred from Mr. Chert* »f a ion, Jr. o Pailaielplila. in I hartny ca-e fully Ittted It. I am pxat • I to t at i that It In enUrrlv free Iron p. I tin- ut or delrt.-ricui eulattnceu. It I* an n '* 7 P« fr and flue tlavorcd Whleky. JAMES R. CII'lTvN, Analytical Chetnat. IVtiTo*, March 7. INI. I hare made a chemical aoalytb f eontr.errl.I aetrplee of CVitnu. G . Te Wn'tk. , th'eh prores to be fr e from the he ey ln.ll Olie.and p.-ife tly part and unadulterated. The fine Savor of this «t.laky led lived from the tlr-ln oe-d to mrn jfartuiloy It. Re.p ctfaUy, A. A UAIfE1, M. D , State Attayer H 7’ No I * B >y te'on Street. Per tale by ? ."255°? ', Sole Principal Aged', ceS’.-din No. 116 Walaul Btrett. Philadelphia f ’leOTIIS AXI» CAShl tlERES. WE or t< the tpecU: attention o' the trade to our tgry ’urge atock of Hilgara, iu» »o»,k and oUier celebrstel irakra, of Cbih* »n I Doc«VIn*, apl** did 6-4 Fancy and Blac* Fr»n h Caaal mere* Tile la, Beaver Tluiha, Me Thefe goodt were b' uvbt by ••uneivea in p«nuo, In Lelpoic. /x l* lb»prllf, and t iher Kuro pe3ii mark eta. rn the mo*t fatorable teraa, and we w.ll aeli then at very low price, ^reduce our rick. ^ pm? ^ ItREtt H WINDOW fiuss. Mf. -,r r.,. l.y 1 urn*) HO . e A t.0 , vtl.o mu e DrufiUt»._ VAHNINIIKNf — C. ach, Copal, Bltck, Atohaliuui, Japan, • amar, Ac. all of which are warrat lod, f r ta e by out30 IxtVB A CO . Who eesle l>m;ri»tr. PAINT AND VAUNINH BHIIHI3.-Alarfeand r >mplete ateortmtn', foresle by _ tclt.j DQV t A CO.. Wholeeal* Dru.fglate._ f IIHI RNKN.- A full nea.rtmcnt of thu moil approve I pitente pCfj,o'llc l } DO't * CO . W) o'etu'e Orntrth tx_ OLD WHISKY OF irPBKIOH qUALITY Jg? br nl- '°; “k b/ J A O B DA VRNPORT. SOFT SOAP.-1U h ice Oi l Domini n 3oep M do e peril rPdnl ep M (to Pale Itmilytoep, fn rtore and for tale by nedO- Ct CHAS T WORTHAM A 00. RICB.-ia tler.ee freeh, for ta'e by 1orffi_LAW Id WRBB A JOHN O. WADE. PKINTKKS. HINDKHA, C.IBINBT AND Ooope • white (Hue, for eale cheap I y V W. PETERSON A 00., o0jT__If ft Mt'n Street —ROUtXBO.X * HVUDKII, COMMIS'I )N MEHi MASTS, Corner Uttry nutl 13tSMr. eta, Of PER for tale— HO v at Peruvian Ouano, flo - Araidran “ U “ Bone D el, hi caaaa 0. Licorice, l.OcoEi# An.-i ttura Tnnqoa Beane, BN) •• Para •* “ 9.N) t n beta Clover Seed, ltt > " Orchar I itreee do , ho “ Timothy do, B perio Earillr Ptaar, Extra BcperBoe, Pm* and Mddllf.de., A(«nt* of Manhattan OHCoapa y. New York. Eanple* of their •88r C“‘ - * ..•"’WWMOM A ROBERTA tub •xnbhatbb bittbu For years medical science has been used and the akin ef the p yi-dia exhamUd In t» a bop* of discovering eosne remedy a rail nbl* lo cur* that moat distressing of nil dlanaar*—Drsrsmu, aa well aa it* long train nf nrlla nndar Ibtlr rarloa* nnma* Mo medicine etriMtd which would speed ly. pertnuneoliy, tffbe laally, and rad’cally ear# und expel Oira* di teases from Ui# aya Urn until Dr. (/run mad* known hia dlacorery of th* OxyceMiftl Bittern. Such Id It* remarkable power and peculiarity, thut cane* wh'ch for yeuri hare baffled ibt moat potent medidne und tbt hlgheut fro fcselonal skill, j I eld to thl* remedy a* readily as If the oleeie* were but of a day's staudloy. For all diseases of th* Stomach and X I ymUm droits, and for (imrral Drl-Utty, 111* edually nalutarF and certain. ' ..... Typhoid Bower, Dyeprpnla, end Defcllltf. The following letter from ernrsna Lev nr, Esq.. n web-known and worthy eltlnen of Lake Village, la but the toollmony al thorn anda of llho suffersra: _ „ _ . Laxl S ri■ .on- Mot. 4, IBM. Meters 8. W. FoWLa h Oo., Boston.— ... „ ... Gent'emenBght year* slner I was nUnrked with Typhoid Firm, which left -y diuretics organ* In n eery fee In conolllcn. I was t .tally unable to perfoim labor ; I < old eat bn* the lightest and mrstsmplef ©d .Id out caution distress; and the various medidne* which 1 bed taken produced no favorable elierath n In th* dleease. I continued In this ml erabl* eoodttkm fer * ever at months, nct'l a br ther- n lew, (Sir Jo*«*• BunUt. ■ I Beet Bo* ton )s nt men hr til* of the Otrue srtn Birmss, with eachetrrn* assurances of Ms vrtj.s thut I was I riueed to give It a trJjL I hud not exhuuitml the contents befoe* tbs effect we* quite trlaible. end gteeaofflelent encourneeraeat to perlrrereIn It* use, end I was In dne ernron restored to a comfort ,ble tlsUal health. Thte remedy I hove slnoe rrcommenrled to eoui* of my dyspeptic ►leu e, und ulwuyu with she most satisfactory results Yonre, STEPHEN LEAVITT Prepared by BETII w. POWLE k CO., Bostoo, und for eel* at wholesale and retail by ABIE A OEAY, PUBCELL, LAD» A 00 W PETEBBOW.J P, DUVAL, El hmond, and by all drugpteta and dca'cr* In medicines In dty and country. focIV dcAwtm _ FEV ER AND Afsl'Ba AND ALL DBVBBS are cured by pcr.everuikce with BBANDRETH'S PILL*, which takes *D p;leone, of whatever naturo they may be, from tho circulation. Mr. John Y. Hal (hi, Supervisor of N a' title, Westchester foon ty, Mew Yort, gtya, November, IBM; -"I wie, two fear, ago, at tac'se I with ferer and ague, which, notwithstanding the best med ical advice, continued lo aorely afflict me for elf led oue mouths ; I became yellow as saff on, and redo ed to skin nod bone. Midi cine and phvalcians were abandoned In despair. Assn experiment, I concluded to try a s'ng e dose of ala of Brandr.llr’s Universal . Vegetable Pills, on an empty etomach, early In the morning. Tin Bret doe* seemed to arouse all 'he latent corrgten of my eihane'ed frame. I feared the worst -their purgative sffert won dlffe cut f om anything I had ever ues-d or heard of. At leogth Uiln rlfeet cea e IJand I teemed lighter and br .athed freer. That eren.ngl was inde ds- nalb'y better end slept soundly all night. The n-it dty I followed the seme course, and cootlooe I to take the pl’.ls lo th'e way about th ee weeks, when 1 found myself enilie y cured. My health has been surprisingly good erer eluce." Price V6 ernta per box Bold by all leepectxble dealers In medicine- o -ET -Jiwlm I M I» II K <• i: I» i: Ni T F. I» M l - ■ , ,, - CEBU.—The excitement tn behalf of XlaAec’e Celebru led /', t-rniurn /VU/crecon'l rues loioc'caoc thr oughout Virginia and the South, aod the demand for it hat become to great that the Proprietor Buds difficulty in *upplylng It. As a cure lor Ague end freer these bltli re are ulthout a rival, and wo have yet to team ot the Bret Instance where they have failed to check that nauseat ing, loathsome discs,*, when taken sect r log to dlrectl. ne. For Dyspepsia.Cholera Morhut,?Uuin-r Complaint, Torpidity of the Uvrr.eour stomach acd indigestion, three Biters are without* rtral; ana f„r Hereoiis Headache, tosy have been known to cure the most r olent euatn, »fl-r the h*rt ph'sic ana h.d g.ven them op aa hopeless. No faml.v, where liter* are young ehlldree, should he without them In lire Spring end Fell monthr, ae they Improve the appetite and strength-n he system Being entirely free from ell poleonott* rnioerel ■uhrlance*. they can betaken bv both ester at any time an I under all circumstances. If you need a p e>a*i t and effective tn edlcine, try them aod Judge (or) oureeler* of their vtfttftf To be had of all the promts-ni Druggists Id the dty <f Elchin nd and elsewhere In Virginia and North C.r lira. Also by St. IV. Junes A <! >, Memphis, Teon ; E *\ hml h, brandou, Mms ; Fyms A Prnvsn New ur lea a- D U. Mlile-, OovJjgton. Ky ; C Btott, SV.shins too cl y, D. C.; Canny, Gilpin A Co., balllrnorr; M. A. Vahncatook A Co , Philadelphia, and harnet A Park, N Y. Orders fl'lel by addressing E BAKER. P.oprletor oc5 Rlehm >nd, Va tow*-- tnrifg'_i t giii'g L. ^ CHEAP MTORJL—The subscr b»-re hare on hand a varied assortment of Ladles Congress Lace Gaiters, Morro^co and Kid Boots and Buskins, shleit they are selling at such less than Erst cost. All in waul of cheap Gaiter* will please call soon, at Jett ALEX. HILL A 00,1*1 Main si, APPEAL TO SCIENCE’ If yon wt’hlo be sure of obtaining a perfect hair dee without o-e detrteiloui element. Cate aif an’i 1'iaui >* Dvsls the irJy one erer luhmltUd to th's ordeal: It has been ANALYZED BY CHILTON. the fl-ii Chemist In the e mntry end hi* eerttBeat* telling forth ltd harmieeeoeu 1* within the reach of er.ry buyer. THE EYOI IhITL Htv lI TY of theluatrona black' end brown*, ehleh It p-oduc t with un-rring eerta nte In ten n Inutra, ha* fairly won hr it thi »| pel* lorn/ Me mml a-rfimrf Ik ilr dyt eeee inrenlw*. Pel i te-ry.he-e. ep •lied by ell Hair DrrMen. CaMTanoan, Ho « Alter H'u«o, Uew yerk _o.-iji— iAvlw SPECIAL NOTICE—76 cento to S*~2 |1 W will buy one of Graham'• unail itenctle, for marking clothing with Usn.aii.11>1. Cell and examine sped mene, or If you flee In the country, fend for t (ample, *ncloeln| ■tamp, Alto, every variety of Rrande made to order. A . K. GRAHAM. Brand Cutler, ee6—tf Hext Door to the Columbian Hotel, Rlch'd, Va. ANNUAL HKKTI.NO or in* Stockholders of the Virginia Central Railroad Ompary. fllHK ANM AL HKRTINU OF THK ITi I K X holder* of the Vpg'nla Cenirxl "allr ad C.mpaer will he held In the city of Elchin .nd, on Tlimradajr, U* Hi day of November, 1S(0. Kx'rart. from the by lawa of the Com pane : 1 Ho Proxy shall be esltd given more than vxty days prior to the meeting of the r'ompxoy. “No Proxy for IndMdtial Stockholder! shall pam frtr point la or retarnlog from the mectlngi of the Oompanv, unlete be ii him eelf a Stockholder." “The books of transfer that! be closed fifteen dayl prevlcoa to tny general me . ting of Ihe Company." 1 GARRETr, Trgasarer. Orricu Va. Crnnii A R. Co., I Richmond, Oct 17,1 s«0. (_pel—tlSeoe ftOXR'k OR L ATI NR.-Cor per'. ‘hert and hhted 1,1a V/ (Usa and Prnwlaa laic*lsea, for aale by octSS DOVK A U> , WVleaale Druxiietl. I JLANTATiON iHOEH.—forkleo, Women and Boee, I that cannot be excelled, and rheaper than os-iai, for the quality, at No 43, Main Street, .igo of the big boot, *y OCRS ___WM WAiSU, LOOKING CUSS ISii FRAME MAM'FACrORL J. V. SC.VDBEttG 4 CO., 209 MAIN 8TRERT, Richmond, Va. (jr,*'T * PORTRAIT AND PH.TCRR PRAMf* (tILV MOL’LDINOS 4c. fan Old frsmss rsgllisd, p*lallogs snl pictures cl«*o«d sod ▼tro’shed. AT The Silver Medal awarded by the Virginia Mechanics’ In s I ute. __ VIW UTOCflC OF DRY «;OOM.-Just rscrlre* a second supply of eullrs.y new and dptlrsbl* styles of DHE®.*! GortDJ*. Cloak* of alt the oewrsi acd best s yles, daily ras^e la our own esUblisbmrrt A Urg* sod good a#sort<uec I of every ihng'nthr waytfderra t’sCuh'ng, BUukei. tf lauleDhin a*k« Mhetttog, Ac., Ac., for sile at t^e l*w«st price bv orti CM 11 E< k CHkNrtV. IT- Broad st. IHAVR JTAT R < RIVRRafrch (upply of KVRO ■ «NK OIL, which Ii n mo*i as limpid as »a«r, and at cltar a( cr> etal. for aale and oonal sntly o * band at W. L WaUNO'S Drug ■•ore, oc46 No. 107 Brord itrrel above H- Ih. BICHHOND4 DANVIi LI RMUf’AD, 1 gcrexixrtrPtxT * C»rio*. V ■icwuoxd. i-et S3,1546. | NOTH'* TO RUIPFRHS -by A Itiorrngh (relght at rADremem with the S-iqih Mde Ralhutd frdthi frr Lynch bnrg whl.h U cent to the Rl:l.mund D-pot before I o'clock 'n ib( •ftornoon will reach Lsnchnu-g at dayl ght the following mom np. Pr. ight from Lynchbnrg t< Richmond w.U arrive in Rlrhrn-nd ea ly ox the morning of tlx day following hat nn wh'ch It war shipped. C. G. TAI.COTT, ocjl Saperint ndtnt. SI rKKIUli ear*!, UU..-VW1 recei.en a .11 lue p.-ett'e, 1 and cleared Coal nil that *• haee erer < fferrd t-i iha market Wax Hot a call fromthoee who oat Ih • Oil, fee'log eon # Jen: that ther *11 be pie ieed. DOVE A 00, oct<* Whole,al- Drnggi'A lift FALL TIIADKT 186ft THE labxerlben won d call the attcotion of merehin'i and oth er i to their large an 1 well selected etock el Boot, , nd Sh-.ei, of Uie heat quality, aeleclfd with great cire from the hex Btar.o factneerv In Phlladel -Ida, New Vork, and the Emt wRh a large amount of work of oar own manafectare end Imported work lea den nor > ock to the me'chant, farmer or famldti cne of the moat deelrablc to (elect from lathe ett -. A call from all In want la meet real e- tfull j (elicited by ALEXANDER HILL e CO., 141 Ma n Street. eels klehmrnd. Va. ADDITIONAL tlPfUEI. or DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, Ac. yyK are offering ORKAT I' DOLEVI TJ In 1 OARPJSTS find RUGS. SWORD* A THAW, ocftd—lx llh Er AI BA, between M'i ami If*. t. .Jules, Robin «te Co., Cognac. y\j K *r« the agents !n »h*» cliy tor the of the a otc old on I H v I1 knovj brtnl of Rra'.ly, an j hair* Bn«liiCMl->« Matt* . t rp art tow lc • romp ’•in* IM blatant of 1*4* *nJ lflffi fci • c »nat»ntly be lappUe 1 wi'h :h« nf our otrn imitation, And Lite trade can rely «n obtaining the paie aud gn u u« mi title fio<B u». otiJ I A O. I l>AV|..\pOkT ClIESr PHOTf CTORS FOU pe.sooi of net* La"»*, for »al# hy JOitPH L \IDLWT, Ap fhoeary. !»,u of the R- d Mo Ur. Mitt f.th - r •? vt»'i tt. k’ 1 rn U, Tie / 1 H4TINP,-' . > Malic, C < • \T P.efloed fthred aod Fu-et (Matin* or !>in»laM, for m.ki.g JelUei. Blase Mange, Ac A i^, P«*lk 0«'jt n •, for talc at J08KPI1 LAfl>l.>TV tpr^hwfLry, Hlrn of ih Rrd Mortar. oot°f r i»th an-I Main • ’• , 111 litnond, Vs HbiET THE BEST.11 Splendid Stock of Pianop. WORCESTER’S NEW SCALE. Wl offer for aale a fall ee*ortme't of tha meat laperb PIANO roBTEA erar offered for aato Isth'j mirk-’, and oak an examlcatUn from iLooeln oant of the BEH PIANOS it the tvimaf j.rim A. UilKEt*, (HI_ft >o It taller and Dealer la Pianoforte.. PLATKD PilHES AND NPO INN, of m; crior quail ty, made expreeily for family uae. lor tala >y 0. 1 SlNTON, Importer of If ardearr. oe49 I xafo ft BA ME P M’N Ml IM IIS, wPh ell ter p’aiet idJi anued hanillee, for eali by O J. MNT N, Sign of the Oircalar Haw, orV* __II Main IN INNULIMI IIIEV t HBCftB.-Ncw Vork Stale col J I nj (’beeae- gOU b.xco, for (ale be wit-a_* davenport GKNTV BROADTIlKtl) h HORS.- Very tig*«t for wl ter wear and Doable Sole, Terr iupert.r and cheap, al No 43 Main Street, at Sign of the B<g Boot, oy ort»_WM WALSH d_ GENTS' BltOAD TKRAD H'hOTN. -Very eupert er and cheap, at No. 43 Ma n Street, Sign cf the big Boot, ty ociP__Wt WaICH GBNTV MI1ELRB BOLE BOOTS.-Alro Single Bole, that cannot be , a.e lod for darabUly or rraoly. »nd che-p at___WM. Wib-Vfl EA in. Mr«IT*f EAHLV WHBITItr *'U ealo hy_ BACON A BAAAaETI'J. CtUllI KW packiffei Mitchell ( Boptrlor H.draaiig Caad a, fcr ealo kf ecly- a L 4 «. A »A VENSOET^ Xji