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^V(), ,.ME 64 ..RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1860.__SUMBEB 28»
RICHMOND DAILY WHIG. _
Dally Pape*. IS per amaa-TfeSTwarkly. ft; Week*. IS; ah
■an In adv anna. Remittance* may be made el the risk of the
fttfehert la at: HM when vvtdeaoe la taken oa the deposit of •
latter la the Peat OSes containing money.
a»»—tan
One Sqaaro, (1* Uaaa) or leea, one Insertion .... <1
Ieoh addMoaai Insertion. *
One month wtthoat alterattoc .W »
Throe da da .lo 00
■i do da „.*>' 00
Twelve do do .WOO
Two Igaone, Three montha..IS DO
. Ha montha .IS 00
Twclec montha .SO 00
0T* Me advertisement to he oooeldeied by the month or year
Salem •periled on the Maaoaortpl, or prvvlouelj agreed npon bn
bmtia the portion
An adv. rtleemeal not marked on the oopy tor e opeclSe.l nam
bee of Insertions will bo contlnned antll ordered set, oad payment
•■acted accordingly.
jy Knrua A m man sent. —T" avoid any mlaandentaadlng
••the part ol the Annual Advertlsera, It Is proper lo stale ifiartucUp.
that their prlvllegvo only extends to their immediate bualneea. Real
febate. Legal and all -thsr AdvertloemenU seut by them to be an
•Adlti.ii.al -'large, and no rotation.
(T Real Rstate and General Agent*' Adeo tloemenU not to b*
Inserted by the year, but to be charged at the usual rate*, subject
I* eu h discount* ss shall be agreed upon
• fW“ Ikotkaellera and yearly advertiser*. *eoemUy. engaging ooe
ar more tpuare*. with the privilege of change, ahall not, »o their
yearly average, in any one week, insert more than the amaont
agr- d upon ue the standing rule under the contract, and all ex eve
Sox sach amount to be charged at the usual rales.
A leertisestcnts inserted In the Semi Weekly Whig at T5 cenl*
par square of IO line* or leas tor the 9rst Insertion. and iO cent*
pc- »quare f.,r each continuance, or If weekly, 7i cento.
HOOFING!!
UKAVEL HOOFINK*!!!
BIOTEA I iUR FELT) ROOFING MM
TIM HOOKING.
We ar* sow prepared to pat on the ORAYtL ROOFING, of •
Tory sopertor quality, eRhoi la loan or country.
Alto, nil Usd* of OUTTRRS,
CONDUCTOR*. _
and LIGHTNING ROD*.
CHARI.XS, D. TALI A CO.,
apt*—tf Iron Block Governor Street
LlttRPOOL AMO LONDON
FIRE MMRA11E I'ORPAIV.
Capital, #10.000.000!
• ANNEAL INCOME, li.J50.000 l
Daily M. y mu.- S7.e00.00.
INTWTIP IN TH1 UNITED STATES, OVER *300,0001
AU Dinctro r*rmmaUp Ro*lmmal'U for tA* Any jywnowls of
_ fA« (vmpamp.
W£ respectfully ms attention to the security of the Liverpool
%ud Lon i- n insurance Company, to It* policy holders In Us
large cash capital and In vestments, m staled above.
The large capital and Income of the Company enable It to tabs
lines convenient to parties requiring large amounts of insurance.
la addl'd r. to the onttnary mode of Insurance, this Company la
sue* PER V.l \ EXT POLICIES, on the payment of TEX AXXfr
AL PREMIUMS Property Is, thenceforth, PERMAXEXTL T
7X>’CRE/>. Th» PsBey can be cancelled at any tins, and the pro
a. ia will bs returned lets 3 per cent.
v Phis Company will make Insurance by loss of Rents by Tlrs, oa a
ne« and most . «e*al principle.
Coder the Policies of this Compaay all claims are paid apoa :>re
* se Italian of s »i^factory proof of loss without i\it+n*mt »r J*dmc~
Mow A*r t* teres* aad not, as is usual, flm oats after p resen ta
ll >a of proof. WORTUAM A WTATT, Agents,
43 Main ato>< under Si Charles Hotel.
b r<M H* IOK MILK.
4\fkf\ ROtNORk VALLEY RAILROAD 1ST MORT
• P" W "VP tsge. * per cent bonis, connecting with the
Rtohmvod an 1 Dan v die, and Raleigh and Was ton Railroads, .11
miles i ns cowing over oa« million of dVlars, with a mcrtgvg- of
only 4SU.0U •. For a minute description of the prevent condition and
future prospect of IPs Company, pamphlets c*a be had St our of
fer.
, — ATjh>—
• 4*bk) V* and Tennessee, id mortgage
, « 8ihi Lid R v**r S per cent Bonds
Sea* Virginia 6 s
h-i shares R chmond Fire Association
• fO do Fire and Marine
• 4000 do Bank of the Commonwealth
v- r: tf C w PURCKU. M cnl
Was HIVE IN *TOK* AND OfttVr fur N tic
on m favorable terms as ths article can be Imported for, flf
ty pa Sages ( M. X and X pipe*) of purs and bust quality FRENCH
BRANDT. of our own importation.
• t t»4 AtYRT A I.IP*TOms
CHICKENING PIANOS.
• 4 HHW And foil supply of thesssptsnild Instru
•A meats have been received.
In addition to the beautiful Sola de Nola, IheClr
wular Action, and the Grand, we have now the Bou- IT ff V I •
4d-)lr, a beautiful Instrument of an upright form.
The Chicterngs have received 3* first prise medals, all over re
jpowneri nmp»1Birs and from first rank institution* and foirs of
. America and of Eur- pe. They have maaufacturcd aad sold more
% F'.anos than any focsory In the world.
From the Chi?keHngs have emsnalcJ the best and most perma
nent Improvement* that have brought the Plano to its present per
fbtion. and by the great rapital they have Invested in manufac
turing conveniences, they can sell fully fifty percent cheaper than
Mny other factory. None of their instrument* leave the wareroom
without having been fully Inspected by the best artists.
As this factory hM never more than one agency in a city. Id
Richmond these Instruments can only be sold by the subscriber.
The factory warrant* all Flan* we selL Orders promptly at
tended lo.
Wareroom*. north side of Broad street, near 3th, and at HtHIb
ton A Brother's, No. 1IB Main street,
mnlfi !CATH*L CANC3I, Bole Agent
AGRUl LTCHIL AM* HOHTlll Lfl HAL HIPLE>JK\TS.
A GRICCLTCRAL AND BOfiTIwTLTTRAL IMPLEMENT'*
x\. It every variety, C",.sistlng >•( P ■•»<, Harrows, Cu live
t r» H^rs? lloes. Horse Powrrv and Threshers, “*om F ell- rs
Portable Grain v Ills, tlrsin fsnv Hay and <*»*'t«*n Presses, Rrrg
huw Evapor *ters, Farmer's Boi •• », Furtnblu Cider Mil s. Wi «
Mower, and Maine's r mbteH R-sp-r and Myww, llijr, Hir»w
and FoM r U .ttr-s, with every thing for Die Farm and Ward a,
at Wholesale and Retail. Improved breeds of Stock carefully se
lected and shipped to order.
PARCH ALL MOR1IB,
Agricultural and Feed Warehouv*.
sr.'*'—dim 7 th and Market, Philadelphia.
gV*iUustrate«l Imp’ementi.Seed sod Nursery Catalogue*, lur
• skied o • remission of stamp*
n RICHMOND FOTTEKIES,
. FJOT OF MAIN STRBIT, BOCIETTM.
A»D
CORNER OF CART AND 12TH STREF.TS,
HICMSOVe. VA.
KEESEE Oc PARR.,
norai(OB&
Tm ,ut»-iih«r« mp-ctfti ly 11 lorm U>» merchant- of Vlr«taU,
V ,rth (Imrollna an 1 Tennessee, that they are manufacturing
the beet quality of
STONE-WAKE,
Which »v y Will tell at th* eery lowtal price*, with a lihtnil <«*
Itr All uar* told by us atll b* delivered Is any part of Iba
. Ot, tree afcharge T OK. W KKESER.
■tft DAVIO PARR.
~ PLMIt! PLOW*! PI.«W»:Pl«W*l
I*. II. OTtKki:,
• MABt'BACTUBBB ur
AfiliICCLTl'RAL IMPLEMENTS,
NO. SS MAIN STREET,
Hichnof, fit.
Iwnrr.n eatl aii«nU..i to Ib* fact that 1 htve been awsrdel a
Pitjat Raht on my ne» iWhero f.«, a Ich ha* been tried
by a eer.l bandred good fvurrs *»d ha* *•*'“ •* r< «'n',al
a-tiafse ; >a. I verity bel eve. then toy other plnu ever ofcrrd to
thv pah ic. I have no* completed a fill »et of palte-nt. of one,
two three an 1 four H rte Plant. both wr ■ogh-. anl cud pdn e,
r! -ht and left band. and k-vp eeotitntly #•> haad a to I a-anrt
m-nl of til rivet, made etiret.lv for Vlrglnlt Pt'tn rt. and trar
ra ited of ihe beet ave-ltl tad vor mtnahip 1 alee make the
litir.ett.eo PI i«t both Wrought aid Cat* gh rirt. ay aei| at Hill
eide Hob aell and M.w Ground PI ei, Cu t vaio e *-d llarrout for
putting la Or-la, anlkrp a full tup. ly of Yield and lit den SeeJa
u V eta iee hand f- H. HTARJLh
;g- I h tve i i«t received Time thy. Uerde Urne, Orchard Great,
Kentucky Hlue (tree, ted Winter Oala ore
" FOR FA KM I.HS.
PRISE HEAVY BKOflANS,
;MADE EXPRESS FOIt US.
Air* *■»»« In Store a large »n,ck of rare teperior SHORH, made
If to *«’ra t'tlr, of all «l* *, for Men, W..om and Boy* aieo,
-dea’# heart double Ion* leg BooV tall able for ditcher, and farm
leant*. Three rboet vrlll ever Couil* aa lorg at any can be
ma le la vrg-i.i*. «e have told them to tome of the large-t tnd
* beat ftrm.raln Virginia, ind they pr- nouoce the* lo he the h-.l
bee ib-y hare ater give* the r te van .; they have won them
twelve month* We In.lie til In want of really prime SB-a, to
call and examlue ‘be n. We have alao Ih# Men's Armory Sh «*,
and Men’s and Soy . Seaad Klchn. eod made Brogaoe. We util sell
them eery Le for the quaBtle*. _____ . „ ,
KJJ PCTNBT h WATTS
UOCK'S BOOB UM*mTAR
FOB RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
* LUMBAGO,
And pahaa tf sll kind*, tor sale by all Deagg Me.
J. W. GaBUCB, Apothecary
M^| Mi Affwnl
WESTON V WILLIAMS^
WHOLESALE DIALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES,
LEATHER AND TRUNKS,
MO. I A,
Pearl Street,
KirhotwiiR, Vlniaia.
auSI—It__
1 a f o il S.H D N a R i
Oa Ikf Car*|NTia Plaa.
CITT OB NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 Cts. per Day,
CITY HALL Stic ARE, CORNER OB BRANKBORT STREET.
(Oppo-ite (Tty Hall.)
Meal*, a* they may be ordered In ibe spaefeu* Refectory. Thar*
to * Barber's Bbop sad Bulb Boa me attached to the HotcL
N. L-Brwuv tf Baaatrt aad Racbmta,ubo
aty at art toll. B. BBBSCM,
» aM-to PiaqtoWto
nrnriBN UCB* BHBI LBBBR toe-ily aad
W tor >J<Y| **ST 1. A 0. A BATBRBORT.
CEXTI.EWE*
MAT SAVE TIME, TROURLR AND MONET
»t poouicm m#
CLOTHING 1FI KN1SIIIXG GOODS
AT THE OLD ESTABL1BUED HOC**
lOxS MAIN SlREET
Where for more than ’treaty year* Brst clam ,i»J» hlT' b**n
sold at rixht prices.
orHemoniber-fl
They Warrant erery article they sell, and offer at all times the
LARGEST SIOCA !
LATENT STYLI8!! BARGAINS'!!
"A Word to the Wise"'
not* KAKN. BALDWIN A WILLIAMS.^
< JL< JTHING-.
DAKKH OTT, II \KKIS A CO.,
I I'A M AIN' STREET.
HATE on hand a lar*e sunk of CLOTHING, such as
Orl If Bearer Or, reoats
Mw'» Br «nr do.
Kng I h WH n*f do.
Drab B<*uver U*i racD
Black Prtershaiu do.
J*Jlvrr NlxoU'Mlu U
Grry Cam do.
YcWelrtU llur.Un* Muits
Hia< W and Brown fr« nch Cam Bulls
Blark an i f ancy <Vt Punt*
Pati' T and BUck 811k V.sts
mack and fADcy VrUot VwB
8h ru. Collar*, 0 >rkt .and Tie*
Ui dec 8hlr*w and l>rawn
Port* <*lothlnp, Children's Cl thing.
Por Bargains •* all on DA BR ICO IT, HARRIS h OCX*
aolg IH Unto »r—I.
Hi: a a v CUfflMR
FOR WINTER WEAR.
OK ,oc<l qnallie. made In the latest style, and proof axalnst
Mala anUloll!! t*tren«lh, Dur-.bllliy, and sppear
ance, art n.cessary qualities always found In the goods offered tor
sale at lt*> Main Afreet
Buy a here you ran «et the most for your m nry, and were
commend W Main BHeet at the place
W. S. Tl’PMAN, Ayeot,
m.o.) 109 Malt) CtrseL
TllE FA lit!
The Fair!!
I )I8*AOTI vUitlny the CHy during the FAIR, will do well to cull
I nnd rtaminc our s »K*k rf
KKADV-MADK CLOTHING,
which Is the best we have erce itrt'i-o up and prices to
M IT ALL HI YEKS.
BIMPdON A MILLER.
0|>po He Mitchell A Tyler's.
W. B. Davtt-^'S, Salesman.__oc.0
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING'
NOAH WALK ER Ac CO..
(Branch of the Baltimore House,)
103 fwrarr Mala aud 14ttt or Pearl Streets,
RICHMOND, VA.,
DEALERS IN READY MADE AND MANl'KACTCRERS
OK
,<r,vc sen v.urrufii rive rioTttivn
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a large .lock of CHEAP CI.OTHLNO, adapted to Servian
W ear, to »ht< h ve Invite U>e apeclal a'tentlon of
Tobacco Manufacturers and Farmer*,
oclb __
SILM .MIXED fA‘X.»I ITS.
BLACK TKKXfT OAhS ACITP,
hair line Cass *crr»,
FANCY CAPS SUITS,
BLACK GRKB8 SUITS.
The above good* are well made, nicely cut, and wlU be offered
at fa'r competing prices, at IN Main street.
„ti WM. IRA SMITH.
NOTICE.
THE subscriber barlog made a change In hil burioeM on the lit
of July last, makes It necessary that all account! due him pre
vioot to lhat lime should be closed He would, therefore, ask of
his old friends and cu.towers to come forward and discharge ihe'r
Indebtedness. Thankful fc" oaat favors, ha woold ft a continu
ance of their patronage to the new concern of 8PKNCE A II ARY.
K. B. SPENCE,
No. IJn, cor Main and 13th Sts.
Richmond, Aug. SU. lkM. _»ukA
COPXKTNEHSHIP,
T HAVE this day associated vlth me. In the Merchant Tailoring
l and R-adv Made Clothing Bualne*s, WM. O. GARKY, of
Boydton. M. cSIenburg. Co., Va, said Ooparuienhp to dale from
July lit, lv»>. The bua'nra* will hereafter be coudacted undet the
name and atrle of Sptnce a Garey.
Grateful for the very liberal patronage I hare recelred tor the
past go years would most respectfully ask a continuance of the
tame to the new concern. R. H SPKNCK.
teAt No. 1 go corner of Main and 13th Street
JOIlllT. SH AFEB ft CO,,
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
KACHAN t>E BUILDI.NO.
141b STUCK I , UK HMOXD, VA.
Would respectfully call attention to their new styles of
Kali and W inter Good:-*.
teM
IMPROVED FRENCH YORK SHIRT EMPORIUM.
Gentlemens FurnishingGoods
YYrK BOIV on hand ©v«rSu»> do* Bh'.rta, *11 price*. qualities
Y ▼ *q I »tyle». which wc are closing nut et reduced price*
TTieee Shirt* **e *11 mode with the famous Improved french
Yoke* *nd *re warranted to flt.
Our AMo'Uneet of Tic* an J Or*v*U can't be beat In the city of
■MM
W<9 would c*ll Attention to our larg- slock of Under Shirt■ *nd
Drawer*, which » verv hill, and coutain* full line* In Silt, Uatue
Hectares. Linen *ad i'otton
We have Incr.-need our facllltie* for ranking Bhlrts to order, at
th- shorteat powdble notice, *nd * perfect At warranted.
Also, on hand, * flue stock of Beady Wade Clothing.
STt’RTICVAST A WAGWIRB,
No. 94 Wain mreet, Cor. !4th flt._
PA BAG* OLD GOVBHN.nKftT JAVA (OF
OU KlE
9“ bble 4,B’* C» ffee Sugar
2»» •* Patent Cut do
10 ** Crushed do
10 44 Pulverised do
20 half ches>» Green and Black Te*>
:u» boxei Pine kpple and Kngtleh Dairy Chee**
A large *«»orifneot nf Rngllsh Sauce* and tickle*.
Ale». French and English WualanL
Jo»i received and t«*r sale by YANCEY A H 4BRIP0N,
oe!9 219 Wain street
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
IIINFORD .V POHTEli
( A BATEPl’L f<r the patronage conferred on
I % % W w . 1 Inf mil
V . xr.-.-Mt »U" K
of Puml*ure we have ever had of our own man
u‘act ur«, embracing every v«rie‘y and style, to which we have ad
ded a large stock of cheap fer it j e, embracing a variety of Tot
tage »*ette, lr<»m covxm< u to v* rv tar; Bure mis, tddehoards.Bofas,
Ch *tr«, Bedaleads and everyth'ng In the Cabinet line, to which we
invite ad In w .ntto wive u* a call* a* we are determined to veil a*
low a* can be bought In thla mar* e*,
SPRING HKDS.
The n.NKK !<FR|N0. the beat tor th* price made, to which w*
would Invite the trade and all In want. We are preparing li fur
nish them at manufacturer'a prices, by the quantity or single bed.
UNDERTAKING.
We ire prepared to attend to at alt hour*. Having
every atylv of Metallic Burial Caie, with wood Coffin*, v-r«w
of ever* kind, a wry fine Hearae, Shroull and liacka, furnlahed
W«e?il',^r*d B1NP0KD A PORTKA
MlWkOi: Mil l
RICHMOND (iROUND PLASTER.
1AM now pr. pared to supply any demand for PL'STICK Patsii
Uaot an for the Pali eropa
My It ^k or Lump U large. Selected from the pureel Wlndaor,
(Nova ScotiaMduarrle*. with vpecial leferrnee to 111 rkhnm la
supliate ef Lime ThankfMl forthe heavily increaaed patronage,
the opuiallon or my brand thall be fully tuMaloed for purity, and
proper pulverlaation. JOHN II CICtlltORNB,
aeIS _Office No 11 Pearl at.
VREANL' EXTRACTOR,
r»a autiTiN
PAIST TAB, WAX,
cm art t:sx> or
(1 R E A S E,
non ill aura or _
SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND PROM
Broadcloths*. Cassimeros, Sec
VWumt lAe MgMmt injury tu tlu fabric*.
THIS article haa been uaed by many peraona throughout th
eounuy, undhaa received thehlghert recommendation!. It
*Uo received the vllver medal at the laal Mechanic!1 Pair. It ll
w,a. In thla city, and deaervev the patronage of the South. To be
had of the principal dniggWU and at my laboratory, corner Mala
and loth at*. Richmond, Va. RDWARDT. PINCH,
Analytical ChemlaL
JAVA COFFEE.
>>, (A Poeketa auperlor Jara Coffee, on coalignment, far aale
,51 Ml by WM 8 ROTSHW,
n„. 4 Cor Cary and t irglnla StA
(-1ENTV BROAD TREAD HOOTN.-Vcry aupert
T ^r and cheap, at No. Al Main Street. Sign of ^ WALgH
Hl<t «HE*.-U'g' aaaortmrntcf Bru-hea of every deaerip
ton. Perhima and Toilet arUclea g nera’ly. Prcah Drngi
ard Chemleala; alto, a aplcndld article of Kra'nc f M. wMrhwv
offer at a reduced price. W. PITFKS A 00..
noj4 1; (i Mato Street.
■ )41 NT ft.—A lurge atock of all klnda In rtore, and far aale by
IJ W. PKTERSON A CO ,
no!5 __1SS Main Street
flUKMH AND tNOlDH CHINA.-Prench and
' KoiC’jRh Dto n«r »nd T<» •rrvicev, d«cora*rd, *M And plAlu
vhl’e-aad by m« down or tiaglo plecj • Ter*
u. hw WJf. f. Fl TI.Ir k cV'N,
** _ No. It Faarl drwi
n|lf, I’liKMLD and PLAIN GLANuWAHE.
Rftmy dvicr5|»tl jj and quality, luitaUa for family uae, rh<1
for aaalow at retail, by p |nTLn *
B j No. 1» Pearl rtrart,
HAIR BRU*HB*-Pr»^rh aid RnglUh pattarn. In greal
vtrlatv an 1 xt a11 pr c«a, far mI« by JNO. T. GRAY,
Haccc««nr to Adt* A wray.
lAO.RADK*, UtIB OIL*, Ar.-k complete aaaort
I mentor toiSih. f rench and American romadea. Hair Odn
leatorera and Tonlca J-* T, v
(taeccaaor to Adle k Grayj
nolS___Nu.rgt._L_
Haim hrimiknmad «*».rbs.-ab *|m»R>l
og Ifcgl an Hair H uahrr, Shed, India *°Lb" an‘l Hon
Oomb*. lor .ale by . * *•”»?*• .
( uceetaor to A«ua k Gray j
nolS Uru«r,t
8tL MIDItb»M lb* *al Soda, pul up In key, ,f«’ *»■• co°
vonleuce of retailer a, will be aolO low. J T. t.RAi.
ij'acvvmor to Adle k Gray,)
a-IS_ DraggwA.
pHMT, I * A N D r*MM ■BTIM.-JJ! ««•
VV . g jment and for >*le by WINsTON A POWKRfl,
Mi 5 Corner Pearl and Cary li re*,
CHOICE OLD WHIIKIB-,
garden"-verv oil and ml'd.
•‘Pure iya" - very old a*d of rich * iwf,
*■*" •».!««. Wockofvortcu^ndamfc*'*\*|tg,
a,lS Camar rrarl and Cary ttrvaU.
RICHMOND WHIG.
KKSISTANCK MKKTISG IN MOBILK.
yro.it the Mobile Advertiser of the ltWA.
Pursuant to call lor a meeting ol all who are of the
opinion that “Alabama should not submit to the election
of Abraham Lincoln;” an immense assemblage crowded
Temperance Hall last night, aud overflowed its en
trance*.
The meeting was organized by the nomination of Dr.
Geo. A. Ketchum to the Chair, and the following gentle
meu as Vice Presidents, who were nominated by Gen.
Butler: U. G. Humphries, Richard H. Yedwood, N. Ha
ralson Urowu, Joliu Scott, K. S. Dargan, R I Watkins,
A F Hopkins, W J. Anderson, T. J. Riley, W. B. Holt,
W. W. Mordccai, Z. C. Deas, P. Loughry, D. L. Camp
bell, 0. H. Binge, S. W. Roberts, H. S. Smith, .lames
Hagau, K. J. Rawlings, W. A. LeBaton; R LeFearn, A.
F. Irwin, W. B. Hamilton, J. A Crowder, II. Fallon,
John Parham, J. O. Cummins, F. K. Gordon anc W. A.
Smith. Motors. L S. Lode, Johu Slaughter aud J. P.
Rutland were appointed Secretaries.
On taking the Chair, Dr. Ketchum made a brief ad
dress, iu which he stated that Ills vote lor Bell and Kv
erdt was hia last compromise for the Union, aud hence
forth he waa for Alabama out ol the Uuion.
Hon. Percy Walker wa« called on, and amid much ap
plause look the staud. After a few remarks, he read a
document which he had prepared at tiro rt quest of a num
ber of citiz*ns, and having been submitted to a commit
tee of gentlemen, had met their approval. The purport
of the paper was, that the acts < f the people of the North
justified u Southern Suite in seceding from the Union.—
Col. Walker then submitted a series of resolutions,
brief and pointed, which, with tbe document, will be
duly published iu full. The liist resolution was lo the
effect, That the election of Abraham Lincoln was a vir
tual overthrow of the Constitution. The seoomf, That
bis elect ion should be repudiated front one end of the
Union to the other. The third, That the power of secei
sion was vested in the people of Alabama by provision
of the Constitution of the State. The fourth, That it is
tbe opinion of the meeting that the State ol Alabama
should immediately withdraw from the Union.
The readiug ol the resolutions was followed by the
wildest applause, aud after a brief and eloquent addre-s
vindicating the tenor of the resolutions, Col. Walker, ri
lired from the stand.
Pending the putting of the question on the resolutions,
Dauiol Chandler, K q . took the lloor. He knew that
States held the right of secession and believed that the
time had come when the South should no longer submit.
But he was not in favor of the precipitate ac ion pledged
uuder the last of the resolutions. | Bisses ] He thought
the slave States should meet in convention and determine
ou a course of united action. He would submit substi
tute rest lotions tor those presented. These he read.—
They differed from Col. Walker’s mainly in that they
provided for a convention of the States prior lo the se
cession of any one. "
Judge Hopkits, spoke at length, advocating Col Wal
ker’s tesoluuoLf, arguing the tight of secession, and ur
ging its propriety at this time.
Judge Dargan sooke in favor of Col. Wulkct’s resolu
lions. For nearly twenty year* be bail lelt and urged
the poller of separa'ion, and he was ready, if need be,
to die in the aece-eiou ciuae.
judge Meek was loudly called for. and delivered a stir
ring and eloquent adureas iu support of the W.lkcr res
olutions and iu opposition lo the Contention resolutions.
The States were already agreed without a Convention.—
They had one heart in the matter of tho duty of seces
sion. They would all be toge;her In that, let each
Stale u.ake the uiovcmeut for lierscll—let m uail to the
mast our own Stale lltg, aud our sister States would soon
be with ua.
Mr. Chandler stated that liudiug his views did not al
together coincide with those ot bis Iriends, and wishing
haimony to prevail, lie would withdraw his convemiou
resolution*. (Upioarious applause )
CoL vValker, after a few remarks, then moved that the
resolutions be put upon their passage, and asked for a
hearty, cordial aud unanimous approval. They were
unanimously adop cd amid demonstrations of the storm
iest enthusiasm. The yeas were given with a roar from
a couple of thousand throats, which seemed to shake the
bui ding to its foundations, and the call for the nays was
without response. _ __
JOURNEY OF THE PRESIDENT ELECT AND FOUR
CONVICTS To CHICAGO—MB. LINCOLN’S
SPEECHES OX TUK ROUTE-1113 RECEPTION
AT CHICAGO, Ac.
Oh H aiti), Xov. 21, 1860.
Mr. Lincoln, the President elect, left Springfield for
this city at eleven o’clock this forenoon, accompanied by
Mrs. Lincoln, Senator Trumbull aud family, and Don
Platt and wile, of Ohio. Mr. Lincoln purchased Ilia tick
ets and traveled in a crowded and inconvenient car, like
other demotratic sovereigns, ueilher the company nor
conductor showing him any courtesy whatever, although
the same CO' p irat on recently titled a foreign Prince on
a special train o or their road with all the honors. The
cot djc’or pern i ted four ironed convicts, ot e a murder
er. to enter the car ami take seats between the fa in lies
of Mr. Lincoln aud Senator Trumbull. The Sberitf hav
ing the culprits in charge is a Douglas democrat.
A large concourse ol citizens weie prescut at the de
pot in Springfield to witness the d) parture of Mr. Lin
coln. He heard many a "Cod bless you,” and "Safe re
turn."
Although the visit of Mr. Lincoln to this city wa* not
generally known in this State, yet crowds of people as
sembled at every depot, and congratulatory demonstra
tions of some kiuil were made at the town of Lincoln.—
Several hundred Isdies and gcmlemen assembled at the
depot, and shouted for Lincoln until he appeared, when
some enthusiastic "Sucker” introduced him as the Presi
dent of the United States. The crowd cheered vocifer
ously, when Mr. Lincoln said :
Fvu.o»-Cnu«xs—I thank you for this mark of your
kindness towards me. I have been shut up iu Springfield
for the last few months, and therefore have been uuable
to greet you, as 1 was formerly in the habit of doing. I
am passing on my wav to Chicago, and am happy in do
ing so to be able to meet so many ol my friends in Lo
gau cour.tv, and if to do no more to ex-thauge with you
the compliments of the season, and to thank you for the
many kindnesses you have manifested towards me. I am
not in the habit of making apeeche* now, and I would
therefore ask to be excused from entering upon anv dis
cusaion of the political topics of tbe day, I am glad to
see so many happy faces, aud to listen to so many pleat
ant expressions. Again thanking you for this houor, I
will pass on my journey.
Bowiog to the enthusiastic crowd, Mr. Lincoln entered
the car, which was already in motion.
At Bloomington a very large crowd assembled, and af
ter many calls, Mr. Lincoln appeared and spoke attain, as
fnllnws --
t'ell'.u-l 'ili.-ettA of Itluominylon and MrLtan County.
I am glad lo meet you after a longer separation than has
|>e u common between you and me. 1 thank you lor the
good report you made of the election in Old McLean.—
The pi ople of the couutry have again fixed up their af
fairs for a constitutional period of lime. By the way I
think very much ol the p. ople, as an old Inend said he
thought ot women. Ue said when he lost his first wife,
wboTt-d been a great help to him in his business, he
thought he was ruined—that he could never fiud anoth
er to fill her place. At length, however, be married an
other, whom he found did quite as well as Ibe first, and
that his opinion now was that anv woman would do well
who was well doue by. So 1 think of the whole people
of t'eia nation—they will ever do well if well done by.—
We will try to do well by them in all parts of the coun
try, North and South, with entire confidence that all will
be well with all of us.
A federal salute was fired while the Itain stopped at
Bloomington.
After Mr Lincoln concluded his speech, Senator Trum
bull was called out, and responded brii Dy.
Mrs. Liucoln received quite an ovation at this point,
as well as her husband. She bore hersell admirably,
bowing gracefully to the crowd, and shaking hands
with those who approached her for that purpose iti the
oar.
On the arrival of the President elect at the depot in
thiscity he was met by a few gentlemen, who took the
party in private carriages to the Tremoat House, where
thev arc quartered.
The arrival of Mr Lincoln was not known in this
city except to a select lew, until yesterday’s Herald
arrived here this evening, about an hour before the Pres
idential party. Hence there was no demonstration at the
depot.
Mr. Uamlio is expected tomorrow.
Mr. Lincoln will remain here about two days, and then
return to Springfield.
The Wide Awakes turned out about eleven o'clock,
with a baud of music, and are serenading Mr. Lincoln as
I close this despatch.
DISPATCHES FROM KANSAS AND MISSOURI.
I.xavxnuobtii, K. T., Nov. 21, 1800
The stRte of affairs in Bou-bon and Linn counties in
this Territory cause much talk, speculation and excite
ment here.
Many rumors are alioat in regard lo the movements of
Captain Montgomery. Various reports say that he has
from three hundred to four hundred men fully armed
and equipped, and is threatening the lives and property
of the pro-slavery men in the vicinity of the countiea
above alluded to.
The citizen* at Fort Scott arc reported as expecting
an attack, and they are removing their goods and chat
tels.
Nothing had transpired up to three o'clock on Mon
day.
Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 21, 18f>0.
A messenger reached here to-day, bringing the follow
ing despatch, which has been forwarded to the adminis
tration at Washington:
Clinton, Mo ,Nov. 21,18*0.
The Abolilionist*, with arms newly imported from Bos
ton or the East, under the command of C*pt. Moutgnm
cry. numbering from 800 to BOn men and increasing in
numbers, have attacked Fort Scott, Kansas, and broken
up the Court, compelling myself and all the officers ol
the United S ates District Court to By for our lives. They
have t»k -n the town* ou the Missouri line, the Fort Soot!
Lind Office, A j. They intend to invade Missouri.
J. WILLIAMS,
United State* Judge Third Judicial District, K. T.
A military company will be organized in this city to
morrow to aid in the suppression of this outbreak.
At a meeting of the citiaeus of Clinton, Henry coun
tT Mo. to-dar, it w*-* •••oleed to wire a volunteer cotn
pauy to defend their homes, and, if necessary, the west
ern border of the State. A committee was appointed »
wait on the Governor of Missouri and lay the facte be
fore him, and request a supply of arms.
The following letter his been addressed to Governor
Stewart: Curroa, Mo., Nov. 21, I860.
Sir—I am here to inform the citizens of this State of
the following facts, aud I have been requested to preset t
them to you us Governor of the State. The abolition a s
uiuler commsud of Montgomery aud director Tennyson,
to the mimber of UnO to 500, armed with Sharpes Titles,
dragoons' sabres, navy revolvers and bowie knives, have
suddeuly commenced a war of extreme fciocily on the
law abiding citizens of Southern Kansas, in the counties
of Lima and Bourbon. These arrived by the wagon loud
at or near Mound City, about oue month ago, in boxes
marked as donations for Kansas sufferers. Montgomery
has been in Bos'ou during a part of the summer, au.l re
turned with plenty *of money to enlist recruits. Many
of his men are newly imported. He has taken posses
sion of Fort Scott and other towns on the border, near
the Missouri liue, He ha* murdered Mr. Moire, a grand
juror, Mr. IIirri-on, Mr. Samuel Scott, Mr. Hinds, and
obliged all the United States officers, including myself,
to ily for our lives. Ilia own c xpreased design.made in a
public speech, ss be said without concealment, is to keep
possession of Fort Scott aud other places near the Mis
souri liue, to prevent a fire in the rear, while he cleared
out southwest Missouri of slaves. So tar he has eariied
out literally his declared programme. The citizens c f
Missouri, on the Oiago and Merimator rivers, in Bites
and VeruoD, are Hying from their houses into the interi
or. He baaats that he has money aud arms to equip aud
sustain one thousand men. My court was broken up by
them, the United States Court for the Southern district,
and I suppose that they have seized the records of the
said office as lie publicly declared tha’ be would d» so.
J WILLIAMS,
United Slates District Judge for (he Third Judicial JDh
trict of Kansas.
Kansas, Mo., Not. 21, 1S60.
United States Marshal P. T. Colby aud party, of K rn
sas Territory, arrived here this evening. They bring the
following particulars relative to the operations ol Cap
tain Montgomery aud his gang of Jay Uawkers, number
ing nearly live hundred men:
Fort Scott, Nov. Ill, 1K80.
U. S. Judge Williams aud the officers of the court
have been obliged to Hee to Missouri to escape attack
from the Jay Hawkers.
Samuel Scott, of Linn county, was taken from his
house on the morning of the ISth iust. and hung.
Many of the most prominent citizcus have been ar
rested, but as yet their fate is unknown.
Messrs. Reynolds A Co. of Fort Seoti; Messrs. Craw
ford A Co., of Chouteau's trading post, aud other mer
ehauts In the Territory, have remsved their goods to
Missouri.
The roads are lined with teams leaving the Territory.
Mr. Hafluagle, Pcsuuaster at Uapleton, was arrested
to d' v and threnteued with haugiug; but he succeeded
id making uu escape.
THE DISTl’RBAXCE AT HARVARD COLLEGE
Boston. Nov. 21, INtio.
The names of nophomores Huspcmled at Harvard Col
lege y ester tl.i\ for hexing the fres*'man are as follow*:
Charles Jick»on, U mod; Charles Emerson,St iteu Irlaud;
Augustus H iker, Albany; A. C. 11 -/eltine, Philadelphia;
John L. Ward, Salem; Charles F. Ecariiig, New \oik; J.
T Kilbrelb, Cincinnati; H J. Edwards, Boston. Jackson
was dismissed fer two vearr; the others for one year.
Gkoiujta.—We learn from the annual report of the
Comptroller-general, for the year l SCO, that the total
amount ot property returned ou the tax digest for the
vear, in Georgia, amounts to the immense sura ol $*'72,
322,777. Accord'ng to the census of l S.V >, there was a
fraction over .'>21,1310 free white inhabitant-; aud it is a
reasonable calculation that the increase in ten years will
swell that number to at least 550,000. These figures will
show the fact, tha-, if the taxable property in the State
was equally divided among the people, the amount lor
each free white man, woman and child would be within
a fraction of $1,222.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL..$400,000!
THE PLARTElTs 8AVIRU8 BARK,
or THK OITT or RICHMOND.
THE PLASTERS SAVINGS HANK, having an ample Oaah Cap
ital ami Chartered bv the Legislature of Virginia, will receive
Deposit.*or Five Uoliorw aud Upward*, on which latere*!
wld be paid at the rate uf HU per eentuui per annum If remaining
ilx month*, nr Five per centum par auuom If lass than alx month*.
Interest payable Nenil-Anniiallr, If dealred.
Deposit ex received at their offlee, at the xlore of Mexara. Duke A
Hutcheson, No.AtiMnln Street.
’ J. J. WILSON, PreilttonL
0. A. Ht>swsv>s.TrrMxrrr msll—tv
j,am Nil HU FPL V FAMILY U It OIF. H IKS.
10 flrklns No. 1 Goxhru Butter
1.X it'll Buck wheal Flour
SO hbltcoperflne Extra and Family Flour
Hm> ked and Ph-k-ed Salmon
XX X bhls No. I N ft Koe Herrings
S.X pi,i No. 1 Mackerel
85 bv* English Dairy, l‘lne Apple and Goihen Cheese
Oat Meal, Rje Flour, A , ae.
Just reci Iced and for tale on the lowest term* tor cx«h, or to
nroient customers, at MINNI8 A CO.*8 Family Grocery,
' „„14 *d and Main Ml.
Hook HINDUS!. in ti.eCity of Rlchmoiidb a at laxt been
brought to perfection. Atthe Mechanics'»xMMGonju t cl tied
we hot) the pleasure of exara'nlnga I e 'g. r and Journal bound In
paonel slyle, beautifully t tnbelll*!u-d wi>h gilt, and flnlshed In the
m -rt exqali'te manner Both v-lames were flttsd on rollers skill
fully Inierted In Urn- boards to prevent rubbing, and the riling In
each w-s not onlr neat hut elegant.
These Bockt were gotten up under the direction of Mr. Jos. J.
Exit I-li -ortmtn r.f J W. RANDOLPH, by whom he has hern
uonttantly employed for more than twenty ytart.-Af.Ainon./
Muyiof-A.
AT 121 MAIN KTIfBUr
Can be found at all t'ran a good stork of HOME-MADE
ACCOUNT ROOK**.
All kinds of Book Binding done In superior styW. nol.X
MKADK * B KKH’N KLIMK fAUMVA
BANK It made In the most careful manner from the best spe
cies of Pernylan Hark (that from whl.h Quinine la made) U Very
palatable, and highly recomme. drd he on. own Physicians for
prcvenUriK a relapse After Chill* *nd Kcve.i; for Hm of
nljtht sweat*. and ai a Tonic In enfrp .Ini oo» dltlons of the s)sUto.
MKADK A HAKKR, I’harmarcatitts,
orll - Main at , MT. ab.-.vr I’. 0.
DRV ROOD* ! DIM roods::
OPR stock of every thing tew and drslr tb!e In the way of Dry
Good, for the Fall and Winter trade, has never been as good
at this season at It I. now.
To reduce It as much si possible, we will, from this date offer
eve-ythl'-g at p Ice* mu-h aitn-ctn
Our stock of Cloak. Is largr and conpletc.aa also clot's of oil
qualities, which we are still prrpu-ed to make up at rhort not ox
8ol!citlng a ca'I from all in want we ran inure them of liar gains,
„ 20 CHILIS A CIIKNKRV
DOVK A rn.’g iwnruvnu mm r
PAKIU.A - Keere bottle waaranted to contain the virtues of
s pound of the root. Prepared and for laic by
n„2U DO V K A OO .Druir vista.
IT | St 11 ! KITH!! KISH in
i' Whole ht>l-. Large No S Mackerel,
Ha’f and Whole bhls. Small No. it Mackerel,
Cl'ppr I and (Iro-S Herrings, Fo. I,
For sale low, by WIN-TON A POWERS,
noia Corner Pearl and Cary stret 1i,
UlliVKH PLATED and other UOOIH.-CW
“ Plated Caaiort, Tab's and T-u Sp-ioni, llatter Dlibea and
Knives, Ivory Handled Knives, Tra Trays In sets and single, Ja
paned Toll t Etta, Rrlta Oi ff -e and T a Pota, Coal Oil l.am| a, a
.real variety. For sale low at retail bv
* WM. F. BOTLFK A SON,
Dot No 19 Pearl street.
LOUKI.VU GLASS A.VD FRAME MAM'F.UTOKY.
J. V. SUNDBERG & CO.,
209 MAIN STREET,
Hlt-htnond, Va.
Giltohnatiknt.il nihhoih,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES
OIL? MOUI.DISOS, Ac.
\W~ Old framea regUJeJ, paintings and pictures clt aoed and
varnished.
fdF* The Silver Medal awarded by the Virginia M. ehanlcs' In
a: I ute. oe2 y
ULAN K KTS I IILANKKTN!
J > ECKIVKD per PIONEER, direct from Llvrr|>ooL
in hales heavy blue-grey Blankets; an I In store of cur own (spor
ts ion.
AOS) pair medium and extra heavy twilled Bum- and Macktnaw
Blankets in great v u iety.
tOuO pair eomn on grey do., very low-priced, which we offer to the
trails at (really reduced prices.
noli KENT, PAINE A fO.
Now Ready:
A NEW'CIIFAF NTKKKORCOPK, conUInlngSd
A views of KOYPT, ITALY, HOI LAND, RUSSIA, At. l’rleo
SO cents. The Stereoscope Is in the lorm of a Box
Just Ready:
The STEREOSCOPIC ALBUM, Non I. a d II. Published reml
monthly, each containing 12 different views.
Now Ready ; The Ninth EiKtkn o?
THg STEREOS OOP* FOR T ‘E M LUON, combining II views
of Niagara and the (ireat Eastern, In a Pocket Stereoscope.
D APPLETON A CO , Publish! n,
Nca 4 Ft snd gift II road way.
THE STEREOSCOPE FOR THE MILLION w II lie lent by malt,
postpaid, on the receipt of 2A cents; TUK STEREOSCOPIC AL
BUM on the receipt of V> cents. Tit- Bus Stere.iieope cannot te
forwarded by mall, hu'. may be ordeted of alt Boekrellrrv, or will
be sent by aunt by < xpreaa at the esp-oie of the ptrson remitting
the amount.
A liberal Discount to Biokadlers, Csoraasera and News agents.
if___
HLKA4IIKII (LOTUS I IILKA1HKD
CLOTHS!! !—2U»l pieces of thoie celebrated vard wide Bleach,
ed Cotton, soil ffnh.lt at l*X cents yard Ju»t received at
ALFRED MOSES,
no!9 Iff Main FtrecL
FOR SALK IIV
BRIDOFORD ate CO..
ukn'i. con.niMion mkkiiiaiits,
ON THB DOCK.
8 000 btih Ja tea River Uydrau'le Cement
600 *- fftuendale ** “
MHI bales Shipping Hay
1,0 0 bu he a superior Oats
Nit do Plaa. rlnw Hair
SOfl bbls Calcined Piaster
400 cases Howard’. Matches
100 ton# Lamp Pl'gtwr
1,000 bnta of Ash, comprising Cut Herrlnye. Ornts do, Read,
Salmon, AlewlTis, Mackerel, Ro. Herring and White
Fish
100,000 Began, Maori ed brands from ft to fffO per M
N) hhJ« FhonlJera nnd Hides oelJ
riiiir. mu rpriimg ;>r< pnrtor
X of C SI EUT.NUT (JROVK
WHI KY ( he purist vt,,llcloal
/rent ever known,) has f r hi
ed the community asiliru'ant,
purr, healthful and Invi.-oraf log,
«t the same time a mild I licloua
>ere age It Is r ilcalstei to do
iwst with the rile drugged stuff
hat Is palmed off on the roaau
h|it, an 1 which Is Ir Ju bus to
tody rnd mind. In ad it! n to
the' e titlcaks beneath, he hafl
rece'ved a Dlplrma from th§
HTATE AmiOCLTURALW IK
f TY. and add.tbnal testimony
from Dr. Jack.,.1 Hoi 00, who testlBes under oalh to Its abso
lute put Ity.
CKRTIPIC 'TEA.
PmtiPKLrniA, Sept. 9.19SS.
We have care’ully teeted the sanrile of Oheetnu' Oroye W hliky
you lent u», and fln.l that It conttint none of the Poisonous rub
•lancet kn ,wn u »uell Oil, which la the characteil.llc and injurlou*
Isgredlent of,he Whlskys In general u«e.
BOOTH, OARRKT A CAM AO.
An I'tlcal Chemists.
Nkw Yokk . Sept. 3,1*»
I have analyrcd a sample of Chntnut Gr-ve Whlity tecclved
from Mr. Oharlre wharton, Jr , o’ Phlla lei,Ida, an t having ca-e*
fully tested It. 1 am pleas "I to state that I'. '• entirely free trom
jMiisoncui or deleterious suUtsncea. It Is an u lu usl y pure and
fine tlavored Whisky. JAMK3 R. Cll UToN,
Analytical Chemist.
Rnroi*, March t. Iu.’>9.
I have ma le a chemical analysis f commercial simples of
ChrslouiOrove Whisky, which proves to be free from the heavy
Vti.1l Oils, and perfectly ,urc an 1 nnadullera«.d. Ihe line Bsvor
of this Whisky lad-tired from th» (Ir.ln used In manufsrtotlng n
Re-pretfully, A. A HAVE*, U D., State A Mayer.
No. it Boytaton Street.
Fcreals by 0 WIIARTON Ja,
7 Sole Prlnrlpal Agent,
OC.II—«ro No. 116 Walnut Street. Philadelphia^
Sri«NB,D»T«fH»Kso(o#n.t
The subscribers brg to announce that the.r as- n B
sortment of PIANO FORT'S was neeer better.— “ ■ “
Their Inttrunienls, with “over strings." entire lr< n frame and
French grand action, are teall.v eiqn.slte, giving them depth, rich
ness ant purity of tone, t ■ gather with durability and a leae I abili
ty b, get oat of tine Th ty oBrr them upon as good terms as can
beoblaioed of the manufacturers. _. „„
JAMES WOODHOUPK A CO ,
It,ok.■ Ilers, OUllomrs and
0).,(, Daaleil In llsao Fortes.
j^lUj HALF UU if Wood1* Mastls Oarollaa hat) Res •••
*0 half bills of Worth Carolina Family Shad
.’. 1,1.1s, f Wo. .I's N. C. Family Cat Herring*
Siam lbs of Mountain Buckwheat
.’si bags I' cat Buckwheat
• In tubs of suj erlor Pre h Ituttrr
10 ehe«ts of do Green and Oon Powder Teas
Bvklng Powd rs
George A Jenkins family I, rd
Queen O'ty H sms
Paml y F,otr
I! lei nit, llran, BrownjtulT, Shlpltutf
Clean Oat* and Corn, Ac., for sale by
KOUKKT A. F_ DABNKY,
OC.H l or. Broad and 7th Strret*. opp.vs'te thr Theatre.
THRYIKKIHH N BAKflAIAMX DST HOOTS.
NO TIMA I.IKK THK PRESENT g‘15,l*>U WORTH OF NK"
AUCTION HAROAlNS-MsIRK HOODS THAN ROOM TO STORK
TdKM LARGE SALES. SMALL PROPITS AM* QUICK RF
TuRNA-J. MIlLIII-KII A BROTHER. I9S BRO*D STKKKT,
Are now o penlcg their la'est purchases from the large auction
isles In New York, at the prevalltrg panic trices ther*. and can
Iru y ass ire their fries<ls snj fu^uirrs that better rulue/or IMU
money cannot be ha 1 la this tnatket.
The ladles’ particular attention i« respectfully requested |q th*
GOODS, la be l-unU In any eelablljhmeit In the clly, without any
exception.
3.OKI y li POPLINS, Silk Figure.-26c, cort 50c.
2 in o j,|«. WORSTED VENETIANS— fOe , worth T6c.
1IXH) yih. All SI k POPLIN*, at 71c. an.! ♦ the yard.
5 000 yili. of New Lrr • SID», greatly below lent month', pri-ce.
N. B.—Adollhmal force employed to wait on Ihe throng of cu«
tonrri expected. and of running off the good* rapl.'ly at the pop
ular prlci a for which IDS Broad urtel It »o
0C1J J. Mil.LUIEKI A BRO.
IMCII.MO.VI> FEKTI I.IZiiK
MANUFACTURING MILLS,
ROCKETTS, RICHMOND, VA.
g. IIAKT.MAV. - - Gcn’l Agent.
MANUFACTURE and offer for aale In loU to au’t porch-nere—
Fin.- Ground Bone., with llieir organic maOer. llariui.n »
Aminonlati-d Soper FhogpluUc of Ume, n.ad • of hone* demmpoe
e-l by Sulphuric Acid. AI»o, lliirtman'a Improved M.ulpuluted
Guam, made of l.e.t Phoephatlc Ouann, one half, (deeompoeed
with Sulphur e Arid,) anil of lire! Peruvian Ouatio. Them Eri'lll
sere have hern uae.l allh Ihe mo t tallafarb.ry reaulta. / lao, offer
for aale American. 0 lumblau, and Ner-jua Gunnoe, at the loweat
To be'lia I at the Mil's, alio, of Mr-iri. WOMHI.E A CLAIBORNE,
and Conilo'.i,l 'ii Merchant* grner.llly._aul-i—ly
ALL TriK FUKMII'MS.
PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWS!!!
STARKE'S PATENT SOCTIIERN PI.OW
\VrA8 awarded a Patent by the Patent Horn
f y mi«*l ntr »t Washinfton, on tie 20*h
dav of August, 1H60, and »t the late Fair of
the Virginia Mate and Cen'ral Agr'rultural
Societies, held lu hlrlimoid In O.tobtr, wsm
awa dad the I'remlom for being Uu* beat one
hor^e PI .w. the bext two-horse Plow, and the be»l Ihre.-horg
ur f >ur-horie Plow on exhibition, over *|i the m<*«t popular in We.
of PI >wa la the Slate, and v» awarded ihe kilvei Modal at the
Fat- o'the Mechanic*’ Instfit * of the Mate, held at n I
at Ute Rime time. The Farmer who do«-t had Plowing nutlet*
bad t rot: thetcloro, send your ordi r* aod g* t the heat to be had
P. II MTABKF,
No. M, 3 doori above Bt Charle* lintel,
nol 4 _Richmond. Va.
III!A 1> i|i;AKTKlK8
SOUTHERN MILITARY DEPOT!
fllKK luhacriher* having largely Increased their etock of *
in I LIT \ 1C V HOODS I
at.I pnggcMlrtg superior facilities for obtaining both the Foreign fi
and Domestic flood* *n this line, are prepared to offer extraor- m
dinary inducement* to all in want of
MILITARY kiQUIPMFNTB.
Their itock embrace*
Kpauli-ttes in every variety
K’TulaHrn Swords and Italia
Ituttons, Lace*. Rinding, Webldng,
and a general assortment of the usual
Trliumliiss for liilforma.
MITCH KLL k TYLER,
Main Street, Richmond Va
Dealer In Watchea, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Spectacle*. Military
and Fancy Hood* nefi — dlm ^
ATTENTION, LADIES!
Jr ST rec ived .it the Fashion aide Hoot and Shoe establishment,
No. W Main Street, the following nets and beautiful s yks of
•her* fi.r I nli*i :
Ladles' Com ick R.vots, entirely new
•' Balmoral Shr.es •*
•• Slip Sole, fair stlteh kid Congress Boots
" *• •* ** '* Lace **
•» Heel bntion Halters, thick and thin sol?
•• M C.ingrtss *' very nuperior
•• •• hide lace •* '•
Together wl h the llnrsl assortment of all rdher atylrs of ladlea
shoe* I have ever had. Ladle* are respectfully Invit d to call.
JOHN 0. PAH*. Jr.,
oc?t 98 M aln Street. _
""MILLINERY FALL TEA HE, Mill.
V DKSIRK to call attention to ray removal fr..m No. 1t*9 Main
I street, to the cuminedious new building No. 229 Main street, ad
joining the new
"8POTSWOOD HOTEL,”
between Rth and 9th streets, where I am piepared to eshlhlt a larg
er stock of
MILLINERY GOODS
and ready-made Millinery Aitichs than heretofore, constating of
Silk. Straw and Velvet Bonnet*, bonnet Plume*. Ribbons, Fretuh
and American Flowers, bridal Wreaths, llaad Dresses, Dr«-»* CVs,
r*nu' Caps, Ha's ami Cloaks Ruches ami Tabs, Ac , la a I style*
In connection with the general Millinery huslnrea, I will in inufac
lure to order Cloaks sod Mantillas, of ah kinds, In the latest fa h
lonxble styles, at reasonable price*. All cr ier* will receive prompt
and special attention. N. C. RARTON,
Mt 22* Main SC
CMKKSK.—Ooidien and Kngllih Dairy, carefully selects d. for
Kirby JOHN N. (lOltDON A SON.
PREMIUM PLANTATION
GRIST MILL.
rpiIIAIa ailm le, du" bl* and efficient Plantation dl{HT MTJI.
1 It has be-n awarded drat premiums at all Pair* wnere H h *
been eshl'd'ed. It Is adapted fer Horse, Gin, St*im or 11 e
Power, and will grind Irom sis 11 tsrelre bushe • per hoar, aecor
In* lo derree of fineneu required. Price Act), and ex’r* nr
Bolt for making Ilsur.
Send for de* ripilve Circulars containing testimony from farm; rs
ard others, and addresa
WM. I. B YER A BROTHER,
Implement Manufacturers.
oeDO-lm___Phil) 'lelwbli
1.UOWEHPOT9I „
? FLOWER POTS!! _
FLOWER POTS! I!
Of all alaes. For sale cheap at . _ .
KESKE A PARR'S Pottery,
ocg Cor, of 12th and Cary Streets.
CHOICK OLD WIN KB Mild IsAQrOB*.-* «f«U
assortmc it on band, tneiuding the finest Ilramllei, Mwdrlra
and Sherry wine*. Imported Into Ihl* country, for lady In quM'd
lies to salt purchasers. SELDKN A MILLER,
n„18 Cor. Pearl and Cary sts
I RON, IKON.-SI tons llagnall’s best shat'ny from 2 to S
1 inches round, rtcclrlng |.er hark Pioneer,direct from UverpooL
ALSO
10 tans 'i and O Common Kngllih. for sale by
nog _ EDWIN WORTHAM A 00.
n<i:HtiH II) A N IS DKNTAL 1NSTH H IN K NTS
^ Pbya elim' Pocket Caen, and Saddle liaga, In great rar.ety
for aale hy W. PETERSON A C l.,
n'lt _186 Main Bt rtf.
Wg DOW <■ LANS PIJTT¥ AND OILS, for tal
In all quantities, at low price*, at
J09KPII LAI DLKT’S Apothecary,
SKIN OP TUB RED MORTA R,
nrQ _ftth and Wain Uriwla, Richmond.
fsiRNUKKS FIHK mNW, ^BorRii AND
I1 TONGS — He have on bat..l a rood luppljr of render-, rno?
alt, Tor** and flrr HUnde, which we are off rtnff(•*. for «•*>, or
pun, U.l customers. T. ROBERT^'N A»QIM>^
CHRWINO TflBICCO.-* «• •#ok" *
celebrate i I*ecompia, an I Worihaa# f Ir*a Alao, a ear tty
of othar f.rorlta brands, for .Me hy ^ m,n„n ^rri„
PLANTATION SHOES.-Per Her, Women and Boys
that cannot be excelled, and rheaper than usual, for th<
qualUy, at No «, Main g reet, slgo of the big boot^by wglgH
100 ■■V5i°‘n" WW,'F~,0r ,ilf * M. JONH,
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL*
ESTABLISHED A8 A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY.
The Only lare win:re u Core can he Obtained*
DR. JOliNATS hi* discovered the most CerUln, Fpeedy tod
only Effectual Remedy in the W*nd for Weakness of the
| back or Limbs, Stricture*, Affections of the Kldoets and Bladder,
I Involur ttry Discharge*, Imp' looey. General Debility, Nervous*
! ness, Dyspei via. Languor, Low B| lilts, Confusion of Ideas, Palid*
t-tlon of the Heart* Umldltv.Tremb inss, Plmne a of light or Gid
diness, Disease of tne Head, Ihroat, Nose or Pkln, Affections of the
Lings, Homarh or Bowels—those Tetri* le Discrderi arising from
the Beil tar y Habits of Youth—those sacarr and »oliti ry practices
tn re fatal to their victims than the song of Bt rent to the Mariners
of Ulysses, blighting their most brdliant hope* or anticipation«,rtn
dering marriage, Ac., Impossible.
YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that
dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untime
ly grave th usands of Yeung men of the mest ex tiled talents and
bri llant Intellect. a ho night otherwise have entranced listening
Betiates with the thuaden of rloquence, or waked to ecstacy the
I living lyre, may call with fall confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being
aware of phislcal weakness, organic debility, defoimiUes, Ac ,
speedily cured.
He who p'acrs himself under the car i of Dr. J. may religiously
confide In h s bon- r as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his
skill as a Physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
Immediately Cared sad Full Vigor Rtslorrd.
This Dreadful "Iseaae —which renders l ife miserable and Mar
riage Impossible 1* tlis penalty paid by the vl.t'ms of improper
Indulgences. Young persons are loo apt to i omndt excesses from
not btdrg aware of the «lr»adful con»e«lUi nres that may ensue.— ,
Now, who t**at understand th- sutj->t will pretend to deny tha
Ui * power of procreation la lo t sooner by those fall ne into lm
preper haldU than by the prudent * ItesLIm bring dcprived of the
pleasure of beaJihy offspring, the irost serious amt destructive
symptoms to belli body and mlud arise. The n/stera treomrs De
ranged, the PhsHral and Mental Fund ons Weakened,!,'as of Fro*
erettive Power, ItWvoua Irr11abllit*, Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the
Heart, Indigestion. Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of the Frame,
C*High», ConsumpMon.Sc.
OFFICE NO. 7B0ITTH FREDERICK STREET.
Left hand cl V going from Baltlmoie street, a few doo • from the
corner. Fall not to obs rvc name and number.
Letters must be paid aid contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diplo
mas hang In his office.
DR JO If Nf ON,
Member of the Royal College of Burg-cut, graduate from one of
the most eminent Colleges In the Un tel Plates, end the greater
part of whose life has been spent In tbe hospitals of L ndon, Par
is, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has iffec'.ed s* m- of the m< at as*
t 'nlshing cures that were ever known; many troubled w th rlogiog
In the head and ears when ss cep, grert rvousne.s, l»e ng alarm
ed at sudden sounds, ba>hfulne»s, with frequent blusMrg, at
ten'ed sometimes wl h a derangement of mind, were cured Isn*
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr J. add. rates sit those who have Injured the^s-lves by Im
proper lr*doV«n e and solitary habi’f, wl Ich ruin both body and
mind, u: Ct ing them for either business, study, society or mar
nag-.
These ar- some of the sad and mt-lancho y effects produced by
early habits rf youth, vis : Weakness of the Back and Limbs,
Palos In the lira J, Dimntss of Bight, Loss of Muscular Power. Pal
pitatlon of the Heart, Dyspcpay, Nervous L rltabhlt/, Derange
m-nt o?the Digestive Functi on, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption.
MaNrsLLT.—Th-! fesrfU! effec.;s on the mind are much to be
dread'd—Los of Memory, Confusion cf Uua«. Depression of Bplr
Its Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Seif D s rust, Love of
Brdltud-, T mldltv, Ac , are some of the evils produced
Thousands of persorsofall ages c«n now judge what Is the cause
of their declining health, bring th-.lr vigor, becoming weak. paV.
nervous and tin trial- d; liav.ng a singu'ar appearance about the
eyes, cough and syirptoms of comminution.
YOUNG MEN
Who have Injured themselves by a cert-.ln practice indulged In
when alone a habit frequently learn-d irem evil cotm anions, or
at cc' nol, the effects of which are nightly fe t, even when asleep
an* If not cured re dcri matriage 'mposslble, and destroys both
mind ind body, should apply Immediately.
What a rlty that a young man, the hope of hit country, th
darling of li*« parents, »hou d be snatched from all prospects and
cnj-iymem ui irr, »y h.c cuu c (ur^e ui awng irpiu uic pawi
of nature and Indulging In a certain secret hlMi Such persona
mot, before ccnlempIaUng
MARRIAGF,
reflect that a sound mind and body arc the mest necessary reqclsl
Man to pronatt cooaiMil bapptoma. Isdaed, wttboot these, Mia
journey through II'e become* a w**ary pilgrimage ; the prospeet
hourly darker* to the \l«-w ; the m'nd he -enrs shadowed withde*
pair and flltrd with the melancholy reflection that Die happiness of
another be end blight# d with our own.
DIAKA8F OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided aod Imprudentvotary of pleasure finds he
lus imbibed the sect Is of this painful disease, it too often happens
that an ill- lm» «l *> tue of shame, or dread of discovery, *Mers Mm
from applying t<» those who. frome«!ucatl »n and respectability,can
alone befriend him. He falls into the hands of (he Ignorant and
designing pretenders, wh.». incapable of curing, fllch his p*« uniary
substance, keep Mm trilling month after month, <-r as long as the
small* »t fee can be obtained, and in deft»alr leave him with ruined
health to sigh over Ms galling diasppolotiornt; or, by the use of
that deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the constitutional system of
this terrible disease, *«ucli as affection of the Head, Throat, No*r,
Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapidity till death puts a pe
riod to h's dreadful sufferings by sending hint to that undiscovered
country from whose bourne no traveler *eturns.
ENDORSEMENT (>F TIIK PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this IndPuth.n within the U»t
eighteen years. and the numerous Important Surgical OperatMi a
performed hr Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the report* sof the “Pun”
and many oth r pa|**n, notices of which have appeared again and
again before the public, besides bis s'enoing a* a gentleman of
character and responsibility, U a sulth lent guarantee to the af
ttlctcd.
f KIN DISK APRS SPFKD1LT OURFD.
Persons writing ahould be p.irileuiar in directing their letters to
his lustllutlMi, iu the following manner :
JOHN M. JOHVhTON, M. I).,
Hall! more lock Honpita'*
Bi tlm re. M ir% t ui i
e t. u i i s roTj
(or K. T. Wf* TOS a CO.,)
COMMIHSBOJ Mi:it€VIAST,
Will give Ms persona! attention t* the sale of
Corn. Wheat, Tobacco, Oat?,
Or any other Country Produce entrusted to Ms csre.
Office nt Fisher A \1 IiiMoii'm I*2o .tlain Strict,
RICHMOND, VA.
18b().
I) U Y G o o D S,
KPR TIIK
r A I. I. T 21 A l»E.
WF are prepared to offer to Merchants the largest and best
stock of foreign and A merit'nil IIry Goods,
ever exhibited by u* Our stock* of Urf 'sh and Fren h Goods art
of our own Importation selected in the European Markets, by on* 1
of our firm. We have a larg stock of American fabric* of every
grade, suited to the Southern trade, ail of which we will sell as low
as they can be bought In any market In tills country, to the prompt
six montlis sad c ish trade. Ail such we are determined to please
If they will give us a chance.
*#8_ BARff A PR1WKT.
TASUEII A CUBE,
li a scr sc roar a.* or
1* II OS PIIA TIC F K UTILIZER,
ME IT AM) BONE COMPOST, til ’A NO BOSE, fce.,
RESPECTFULLY beg leave to ca’l the attention of the Farmers
and Planters of v irginla t> the above articles aa am ng the
bist an.l cheapest MANi'KM in the market, the *i experience o'
many will abundantly testify.
The first, as a Phosphate, w? brl'eve, has no superior; the sec
ond Is compos* •! of sueh msterla t as cannot fal to Insure a gor,,|
return ; while lb ; value of Hone Dusl ne«d not be meolione«l old)
to warrant a pore artic e
Phos. Frrtllltcr #l»» per ton of S OM lbs. 1 At our Factory,
Meat and Hone Compost f io *' " ] (Jor. Hill 8t and
bone Dust, *• “ “ j Idngton Af'e,
Superfine -140 M “ " J Philadelphia.
For sale also by
J. F. WREN, Rh-hm nd, Va.
R. F. LKST«R, Pe»ers*>ur|f, “
G. P. ANDERSON. Norfolk, M
JAMBS BRADLEY, Fredericksburg, •*
T. 0. A 0. H. WORTH, Wll cington, N. 0.
oclfl—_ _
IN PECTIN E.
Tin* IVrxian Fever Cpariii.
PR th* prevention anil cure of A’erer and At/n* itml Ultftnu*
f rerrt. Thi. wcnderful remedy vaa brought to the koowledst
I of the present proprietors by a friend who has been a great Irav
tier lo Persia ami the Holy Land.
While going down Uie fiver tup rules, eipenenreu > nfrrrc
sttack of Fever and Ague. On diacov rins Ms condition, one of
the Boatmen took fri.ni his person sn An.uut, saylug *4 Hear tHU
ami no/crer will Vmck yon." Although Incredulous ss to its vir
tues, he eouipll.d, eod experienced In.iued’atr relief, snd has since
always found U an effectual protection from all malarious com
plaints
On further investigation he found that the boatman attributed to
It mirucuhai* powers, and said that it could only be obtained from
the Priests of the bun. bemetime afterwards the gentleman in
conversing with a Priest, obtained from hire the secret cf Its pre
paration, and ascertained where the medklual her be were found,
of which it was compounded. The wonder'll! virtues of this arti
cle have induced s full belief In the minds of Uie natives In the
miraculous healing powers of their Frieat*.
Since his return to A merles It has been tried with the happiest
effect by several Kidles and Gentlemen of high character, who
have given It the most unqual fled praise. This remedy haring
been a specific In Persia for hundreds of years, for the prevention
and cure of Fev-r and Ague and B'.Li ur Fevers-la now offered
to the American people.
It will sent by mall, prepaid, for full direct ons for its use, on re
ceipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot and Manufactory. 1>S Mam St, Richmond, >a
Branch Office. Bank of Commerce Building, New York. Address
jy*2—ly _WHeflOX k UP
W. FALL TRADE. 1800.
COACH MATERIALS.
IRON AXLES — 10,OU0 lbs Iron Axles, from 1 to
3 Inch.-«, »lth pine or nuts ; 50 sets Tomlinson's
and Ives' pat, and Taper AxVs.
8PRIN09.
19,000 lbs. Tomlinson's Sweeds Steel, tempered aid common
Borings, frem 9 to 10 plain,
HUBS, FFOKEF, Ac.
950 sets Gum Hubs, 200 sets Spokes, !00 rets Felloes, Shafts,
Poles, Bows, Ac.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Curtain, Coll sr and Dash Leathtr; In air riled Duck, D.ll'i. g
Mas In and Moleskin; Broad Cloths, Lac©*, Fringes, Tassels, Head
Lining*, Damask*, Bauds Castirp, Mots, Ao , Ac.
150 kegs Hammered Horse and Mule lhoes.
To «?a*h hovers and prompt cuitomers, »e »ri prepared to offer
goods at tfry lore prirtt. WILLIAMS A SLLIOTT
Importers, whol'»«l« and reUll dealers la Hardware, Guns.
Coach Materials, Ac., 67 Main sUeet, nearly opposite Charles
Hotel. ___
RICHARDSON’S
IRISH LINENS,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMER? of RICIIARD-ON’d LINKS’?, And thote deilrou.
of obtaining the GENUINE GOODS, ihonM we that the arti
cle they purch.ie .re .ealed with the u I Dime of the firm,
J. N. Rich* rJ.on, Son. anil ftwi'ru,
u a guarantee of the .oandnrn .ml durability of Ihe Ooodp.
T ip e.utloh I. rend red .Mrntlally seertury, i» Ury• qaanll
tlee TInferior .nd defective llnct. .re prepared leaion .ft r iea
MR tfier .caron, and ..-.led with the name of RICHARI SON, by
Irl n Uoupee. who, ley.rdlrn of thelclory thiu Inflicted .like or.
Amcrh-.n ceneomor .r. 1 the ntaiufectu eri of the genuine
Goo " D no* readily .t an 'on a hiulneu.opro0t.hu-, while par
,lu can be Iropocd on with OociU of a worthlr.- character.
c J BULLOCKK A J. II LOCK*.
,y Acet.1. I'd Church atree*. New Yrrk.
2— || A.UK of ant all .lie, cared by H. B. Jonei, of Orange co.,
!> In .tore nod for eale by
_**
LI YIP’.—I,-JOt* M It. ire.h Rockland Lime, now l.ndtrg from
ihe 8chr. to. Girgory, anJ for uie by
noli_BHIPGKroRD A CO.
Blf OV, HU ITKII, Ac.
‘ l' I. '* pilroe Bacon FMee
15 do d j do Should-r,
15 key. prior Go.l,en Butler, hr (able u.e
1C) ban Mcr.er Tot lore.
Je,t reeel-e-1 for uie heCH‘? T WORTH»M k OO
PURE HKUOMNK OI L, al-nc-t eotoilni and oJtrltu,
that baina without any amokr. frr eale at
JOSEPH LaIDLRY'? Apothecary.
SI3N Of THE RED KORTAR,
b«4 (A and Main t'-re.te, kkaacod
x -f 1
$ 80UTHiM 1018 Mm'FAT0RV* M.
DWELLING Lock* of every deecrlptloa ; Sliding Doer lriui*
mlnge of the beet quality. Ateo, IYaod end Bank Loeka :
Hlogee and Bella of any height. Bella htny, with or olthvut
Tnbea.
ALL KINDS or REPAIRING DONE.
Aa I aelt no work bat my awn menufaetorr, I am prepared to
Warrant It to give entire tatlefaetlon to thoto who may faror mg
with a call.
WILLIAM READT,
MO Main Street, betwea 9th and 9th.
felO—ly_Ricwore, Tg.
SHARIS’ FATEXT
COLTER HARROW. ,
WX inv te the attention of the Farming Community z
Uj this
NEW HARROW
which haa been tried by man. practical Earmrre, and prnnoonred
by them to be tbo v<rv beet Implement yet male, for preparing
the land for .redlrg email grain, ami effectually co.rrlnglh. tamo
after eroding with two horara doing tlie wotk of ala tingle P!„we.
Wc have pure baaed Ine right for tile State of Virginia, and are now
manufacturing them for the cnaulog aeaaoo,and reapn tfuliy lotlto
an caamlnatlon of them.
lyll_GEORGE WATT A 00.
GKO. B. IrOWNKB WM B COOK.
LOWNEX St COOK'S
Foundry and Manufaotorv,
BttITI bTtBBT, BB1B MAI I, AKMHOBD, VlSOlBlA.
Having mads Urge addition to oar shop, to salt th e Sootier!
trade, we will sell at the Northern prices of 2^ W. have
overltiO different designs of Plain and Ornaairotai Hailing,
Vrrandus, If it I f*o ii I a, Porrli Plcc« a. Uiadow
Guard*, Ac , Ac., Vault aod Cellar Doers, Iron Hash, hhnutia.
and general Blacksmlthing and finishing done with neatness an J
despatch
|2F~C«metery Railing for the country, made so as to be put up
by an ordinary mechanic. Ja£o- tf
Sllll* KKOKEKAUE.
THE undersigned Imre thli day formed n copartnership on.trr
the atyle or a ILlJfPAL'GH A READ, for the purpoae of con*
darting the 8HIP BROKERAGE buelatoe, and respectfully eoliclt
the patronage of their friet.de and the pabllc.
A. MILUPACGH,
JAMES G. READ,
Cary and 19th streets, near the Dock.
Richmond January let, 1980 JrVA—ly
WILCOX <fe GIBBS’
SEWING MACHINES.
ISrZMTiit BT
J. Eg GIBBS, mill Point,
POCAHONTAS COUNTT, \g.,
AND Is manufsesarrd andcr patents granted to him and James *
WUJcox, dated Julc 2.. rs Issurd Joly |h,ISfH. Patent* d
August 10,1*vV», le> luary 21, lwSU A*so liocansed under six other
Patent s, c overlng the entire construction of tiie Mac1 loe ; consr*
quentlr, there ran l»e qo i ligation In rrgsrd to the patent Hgh*.
It la less complicated and the most perfect working lowing Ma*
chine now In use.
It forms a Hat, even and elastic srtm, which Is warranted not to
rip in wr»*, and is reliable upon *U k!nd« of fairies.
JOHN A. KELVIN,
• Bdvti 's BJ jck.
Kept 19th and Governor streets.
.H I.i:** HO 151 \ A CO. COOVAC.
mint rnrtetalnrd having been appointed -our agents In this city
X for the tale of the above chi uud writ known hr and of Cugrao
Brandy, to call the attci>tlrn of the trade to the very
lur.erior quality of this article, which they offer for tale from
th-si-Mi WiwtHuVitv, and to arrive direct.
They now offer lor sale a shlpweut. a part of which Is of th#
vintage of W*._sell—9m_ I Alt UAWNI'OkT
1;\TICA PINK OLD MIKHICY \HNM
j clud ng the finest qualities brought to thia eoaulry, of oar own
laj ortatlon, just lauded and for aale by
iELDKN A M LIAR.
•el9 Cor. Pearl and Cary Sts.
OLD U IMIS AND LI 1*1 OH*.-W» h.^.t ail ttr. i
a ItJ'l assortment of the above goo<ls, which we warrant of
th* very be t and purest qualitlt* !n>t cried, and which*. will aril
at the lowest prices, In quantities to suit parchasrts.
hKLDEN A MII.LKR,
•el 9___C«r. Pearl and Cary IMs.
Ml tltl'I.CM UMOTIIEKK,
CORNFX OF CllF8TNGT AND -Til 8T»., PHILADFLIUIA
1. the Hint M|U.rr u the
COBTINENTAL 1.VH KMIAHP HOTELS.
ARK r>.nsuntijr receiving of their owu importation, all the new*
eat an.l richeat style* of
R1CU SILKS,
Paris shawls,
CJKKtUDtttn,
FOULARDS,
POPLINKS,
BLACK BILKS,
KMBR0IDKBIK8,
FURNISHING GOODS,
H'MMKB STUFFS
MU* AM* I501K U UAH,
IN GREAT YARiLTY.
Oansai carefully executed._ seH—d*«
HTLKKONCOPBS AND 8TBRROSCOPIC
VIEW A.- >Ve have n fresh sopply of those goc4Is, Juki to hand,
at prices that cannot fall to give satisfaction. 1'lease call audn*
amine them at WM BATTLER A COIL
»eV4__ 1*9 Main Mreet
I \H. J. s. UO»rN «.JhNI INK M KDICINKN. -
1 P I have th*i d«y rrCrlved a lot cf the above tuedh liie*, «hhh
I can warrant pure. Also, pure Mrdlrlual Brandy and PortWlLe,
for salt in bottles This Brandy and Wine are c f tu>»**rlor quali
ty. W. L* WARIM.,
tc91_NolOT Broad it., above 9th.
f|1KA. —We have in store h& half chests and stna ler pa* k a ret
JL of the choicest Gunpowder and Oolong Teas, which we olef
to the trade on reasonable terms.
•rifl_WIMHON A POW9B8,
fBDMi^SHnqtt
-•FAMILY RY'l FAMIIY RYE
Wiisni^MHisKi:^
f I’ll! above PCKK WIIIHK Y, COPPI tt It’hTILLFT# from MAf T*
I * D CRAIN, berg superior and.uniform In quality, and high
ii in | roved hr age. U p eferred by cot *cuirr» to all other Whis
kies, and parti. uUtly rtcotrtnerdrd by the lost Phyn'clvr* b!>4
t-hfuiists, as j rofesa ng all lb* r» quin inrnts of a TRLKTi'MC,
INMGoRATuR, and REMEDIAL AGENT.
T •• gehov Iklll Water, of Philadelphia, osrd In the dUtPa'ton of
this Whisky, l« proved by auslysla to be the softest at.u porrtf wa
ter 'ii the United PUtra. ard t«i f la may, In a great digree, be at
tributed the excellence of this Whisky.
For sale by
FREEMAN A SIMPSON, Phrtnli Distillery,
l>« <Ae SchuylliU Aire,-. /’A/Zuc/eZ; A tf.
Owe* 9G W*ail gTkaxt. Naw Toat;
109 K.t ra Float Mr., Phils obi rail,
And ran be had In Richmond of W illlam Taylor, Duke A Hutch*
Inaon, Alexander Walker, Kdmrnd, Davmpoit A Co*, Libby A
Burton, Johnson, Tmehart A Vaughan, Jot rs A Co , EgghsUn A
El zg-nld, Wll.. n Wt|i|ams, Uio-tcn A Powers, Jot t> W. kk likes.
h. ii. naarir.s, norae « aggicsion, Jam* a u. t-etjWiun.
rrh'M—41e
1)04*4* ETT & A tin: It SOt,
GOVERNOR STRICT,
ARF receiving for the Fall Trade, Carp*tings, Oil Cloths. Mat
lings, Curtain O ©da. Lc micro and bands, Windo* hhides
Paper Hangings,Curled Hair and Most, for lal at low pikes
Carpets, Curtains, beds and Mattrerge* ma<G to order a*, short no
tice. Paper hanging done la the dt/ cr country by superior uork
men._[oel—
M.HflKIl CARd7
I^CGENK CARRINGTON, having purchased the stock r f lumber
j of the late Edward K. Dudley, will coo*lone the business at
0 e old yard, Corner Franklin and 19th Ptree*s, where hr stile
happy to serve the old customers of Mr. Dudley, and the f ubHc
generally.
Clock on hacd.Whlte Pine, Yellow Pine, Flooring, ** a'nut. Cher
ry, Ash, Mahrgany, Maple, Button-Wo-d, I.aths, flhlng ef. Ac
EUGENIC CARRINGTON,
not_C r. Franklin sod 19ih Buttta.
men < i oods~
OF DIRECT rUPOKTATIO*.
RICH BCFF, Hlu.,fir..n,r«v<> »r.l M.rcoo drcuiUj DINMK
AND TEA FETd sad by tlic piece.
\\ hit*- Grau.te Dinner Ware of the beat quality.
TOILET WARE.
Ingltsh and Jaran'd Toller feta
Rich Plaitd Go* ds of every variety.
Out t nd Moulded Glass Ware of the most desirable pal*
terns.
FANCY and HOUFK FURNISHING OOODF, CLOCKS, Ac.
VUPrrs to the Fair are respectfully solicited to ex*miner urstock
which has been purchased exclusively for cash, a. d Is therefore
offered on the moat liberal terns.
BTBBBUfB, PULLEN A CO..
o*93 101 Broad street, corner of ith.
ARDEN NEED FOR FALL SOU IMi*
Karly Large York Cabbage
Do 0* he art do
Do Hugarloaf do
Large Drumhead do
Do Flat Dotch do
Karly Cauliflowers
Round Pavoy Bpan’ah
Griffin Curled Kale
Early Butter Lettuce
Do Hardy Hammersmith do »
Black and Spanish Radish, for sale hy
_W M PALMER. SON A CO.
GENTS’ HROADTRKtD SHOPS. - Very Met rat
for winter wear and Double Pole, very ■> ptflsr and cheap,
at N 43 Main Street, at Sign of Hie big Boot, by
_WM. IVALPII*
l)ORT WINE.casks pure Port Wine, for sale hy
I no!4—lw_DUN'LGP, v (INCUR* 4 CO.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.-;:* this, CD hand and
for sale by
noli—lw DUNLOP. MONCURt A CO.
SWBBl CIDER.- HO bbla. WHvuq'b flurry County rt
Older, pure juice of the apple, and rvreedtnrly Are q aBly,
Just received and for sale by BVLHkN A Mil L* K,
POlQ_One Fear! and Cary »t*
APPLE lIRANDt.-ISbtd*. Wilsons Bany C»wwty A 7
pie Brandy, warranted pare, high A iv«r*d ar d fl m qu I'itv,
. nst received and for tale by BE1 DEN A MII.LEX.
Ml§ Cor. Paa I and Car> •>
BRANDY*—Blackhuri a If. nucssy Braody,various \ n'agtf,
on hand and fer sale by
noli lw DUNLOP, MONCURE A CO._ *
BARKER’S MCI -SOWN, with silver plated h indies, ex*
t*a quality, for sale low, by C. J ‘INTON.
or'iX Tt M*ln St
(1 V7ITARS* VIOLIN*. BANIBI, Dill MS .Ar.,
Y with a large srsunwent ' f W-eet Mcs'.c in hind, at L H.
TAYLORS Music *t re, l*i Mala »L ffi i
New oaleans MOLAssKB.-ofp»fn#q'i%i r. at
■ tie by WIVSMV A POWERS,
oolfl Corner Pesrl and Cary street.
T_ ROBB FARM FBI ROOT~-Just receive,d a largo
•upoW of these celetraGd Esnutra Long Leg Dooble Bola
lewed Boots, at No. 43 Main Street, tigs cf tba big-btoj, b?
ocR WM. WAUII,

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