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_ RICHSOYDDAILY WHIG.
•»•»!! •rscSshrsi.V’.ffys* Fbb’lshen la ill oesm whir* evidence I* token oo to* deposit at • Idler Is to* Port Ofls* containing money. One Sqmare, (1# Base) or lea, one laeurttoa.- 2 Inch additional Inoertlon . » One uooth wtthoetalteratloa. H* t, Three do da .1»* m Twelve do da ... 89® w Two ■ leeree, Three months..«® ■in ■nito..„M«... ......to® Twelve month*..90® HP" Co ndverWeemeot to be eenehteied by toe mooto er jew enters specMed on toe kiuumcripl, or pevvloueljr served npoe bee kweea the parlies. An advertisement net marked on the eepy bw a speelted eam bar of Insertions will be continued until ordered eat, and peytuvok enacted accordingly. _ . _, „ (tsun.su Aouanrennova.—To avoid any mlsun Jerdin.ttr g •■Ate part ol the Ann ill Advertisers, It Is proper to state ilutmcL;. Atal toelr prlrtlegea only eitea® to their Irammllalc bevlneea it *1 ■date. Legal *n.l all other Advertbemeata sent by them to be aa add.'tonal charge, and no variation. HT heal Estate and General Agent*' Adve Haement* sot to be (■eerie 1 by the rear. bet to be charged at the usual rate*, (abject to each Haem- uni‘ all be agreed upon. Or~ Booksellers and yaariy advertisers, genemby. engaging or* er more spaa.*. S. with the privilege at change, shall not, on the.r yet- v aeerage to anv one week, Insert more than the amaunt agreed upon as Use standing roie under the contract, and all sacsu ding sorb amount to be charged at the usual rules. A ! rdbrstmu Inserted In the BtmAWeekly Whig at Ti cent* P«r square of 10 One* or leas for the first Ins. rtlon, and AO cents per square for each conllnoar.ee, or If weekly, T5 cento ROOFING!! sstm aoerfaoirt IJOi KM lUH KELTi ROOfUG'IM TW MtltiPITU. Ws are new prepared to net oath* OR.tV(LIOO#lSti,vf( * eery superior quality, ettoer la town or country. Amo. all kin* of GUTTE&S OOIOCOTOM. _ _ and LIGHTWIWO tor* 0MAKL18, D. YAI.B • OO.. Up_if Iron Block GoveroorjUred LltKHPOOLthBUOIHlk FIRE Ilfil RAICE COIFAIf. Capital. 810.000.000! AJBl/AL 1SC0MK, |i.J5o,00*l Daily K. v. uue AT,*00.00. IkTBTD IS TilK UMlTki) dYATKB, UVBK A 3 P.rntun /'sreoaoUy R-ponmUdo for the »oy.«,;»cs»is 0/ 144 (Wpaitv. Wi respectfully use utuotlon to the security nt Ole TJverpool andLoh too insurance Company, to tu policy holder* la Us brve c ash capital sod InreutmenU, as stated aboee. The largo capital and income of the Company enable It to take II is. convenient to partieo requiring large amount* ...'insurance. |*i a 1 Htlon to the ordinary mod* of insurance, this Company to «... PSKMA SKKT POL1CIKS, on the paynent of TKSASSV A!. rttKMlCMS Property la, themretorth. PKteMAMS.VTL k 1 'TJCSSlr The Policy can be cancelled at any doe, sad the pro ^ a n-n will be returned less 9 per cent. ■I T-ns C impanv will make tcraracee by loss of keel* by tore, on s ^F a .« and mod liberal principle Coder the Po.tele* of thi* Company ail claim* are paid upon ora We-ta : a el auaiaiecsury prusu ui ..... 1 ■'• - foiere* and a at, as is usual, s«t U4TS after -resen ta ll .a of proof, WORTH AM A WYATT, Agents, oiAl 4S Mala street. under M Char I-a Hrtel. fiTIH kt i'OK S4LK. Al lit «1»A»|>K< VAUIKV HAltKOAft t«T WORT I II II) ,»g«, - ;wr rent bants, .- meeting with the ■ o,mood and Itans.Ue, and Rale gh and Past.in RalTnsds. At ai :-s I >eg eosm.g nser rne m limn of du'la—, with a mortgage id mlrMuti Tor a Minute description ofth* p«e eat condition an I P-lure prospect of the Corneaoy, pamphlets can bs had al our of • s. — ALSO— «h» Va. an I Te-oessse, Ad leoesgsgo 3KMI To-s a r-r 1 per sunt. Bi n ts *na> Virginia S'1 >1 shares Ri 10mood fire Asnoclatfoa id do Pi-e and Manor tdmf do Bank of the Commonwealth W,M-tf 0. w mUTT f * ™ vlTr! BUB It STORV » \ D 4>Bar lor fcth vf ,!J as favors hie le-ms as Ihs article caa he Imp tried for, «f At p a.-Sagos (t|, V and *4 pipes) of pure and bust )ua£iy PZSNCB »*;; 1.1 rtatlon. ALL Tdki l*Uh HU .'IS. PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOWS!!! &T A REE'S PATENT SOUTHERN PLOW ltr t s awarded s Pa: nt by the Patent Cos V VT mi-sl-n r si Waahiogtooa the *i‘h y^ .das of vi.-ujI, lull, and l the lafe Pd'of ^.-Cia-— ,t).e Vlr ln!a (Hate and Cen-ral tgr eudural Vv A S cletlsa, heid l.i HI how d In i> to-er. -a* um- -v—>a • <i delt-* Premium f*r bsinttfe be. I on h -s- Pt>w. the be t two-h r«o Plow, and the best three-hora • or I ar-horse PI w 00 iMM'l 01 oser si ihs tons, popular tn kes a’ PI >wa In the state, to I was aw-tied the Miser Medal at the file O* the Meehan!.-!' Inst tats o' the .Hale, bell al Ri hmoad nt tl.e aaiae time lb- P incur who does bail Pbieinr make » All crop; therefore, tend your orders and get the b-sm'^ had. fa 51,3 doors abuse At Charles Imtut, ' nnid _Bhhronnd. Va jy KICUMONI) POTTERIES, F.OT OF M1I5 KTICIT, IWtFTW, ABB CORNER OP CART AND 1ST H STREETS, RKRtlOfD, VA. KEESEE Ac. PARR, PSOPSICCOBA T«fl sahw-rlhwrs respect hi ly u form the merchants of Vl-Raln, M-rth Carolina and Tesneaseo, that they are manufacturing ^ - Ike beet AaaHly of ^ STONE-WARE, • Which they will seU at the very lowest prices, teeiA a U*ral tttn * * nr* AU * are sold by ar will be dedeersd ta any part of the flits free of eharga V 1O8. W. EKBBU, «» _DaTID PARE J FOR FARMER*. PRIME HEAVY BROGANS, MADE KXPHK1S FI lit IS. -SITE hare la Store a Unr* stock of ssrs super! >r SHORO, made ST In es-ra s'sle, of ail sties *or M-u. Vo m II an I Boys Ajso, M -0’s brass double lone l«g Boo's euttamc fu dlteh.rs an.l fanu hands These rimes sill uenr double as long as any can be • a<le la Virginia. »' here told them to some ,f the largo-t and Bed farmers la Virginia, sod they pr- noance the a to I- the best • ee they ha ee ss-r gtsea the r te sants; the* haee worn them Awelwe m mths We laslte alt In wa it of rvaUe prim- Sh ea, to aall and examine them. We haee als- the Bm’l Armory Si ee, fend Mew’s end Boy’s Beard alchmotid made Brogans We wUl tell Ahem eery Dw for the uuaBtles , WESTON \ WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 1) O O T si ka IT II V i V/ V/ X ^ v M ^ I ■ LEATHER AND TRUNKS, MO. 15* . I Pearl Sti*e<*t. Rit hmoud, Virginia. Mil —It __ 'i a ioTs.idk ana On ilit* Luropfiin Plan, C1TT or NSW TOM. Single Rooms 50 Ots. per t>ay. CITY HALL SQCAK, COBNSB OP PRANRPOIT TlHiirr, ((fpuotte City HalL) u they moy be ordered •» 'be epertoae lefeotorp. then to . Barter** Shop and Balb Lee ®* attacked to the HolaL N A-fr ware of Huonara and M.*ek—a«,oh. • aa* a# ara fuiL M. VMBBd H. tfca-lB_ rropate».». THE DKIGHS 1‘IANU FORTE. r~ f, ,M a# SclnU*. Arnurkma. .. i W ‘Ml otter adraattfaa rained by tbia method iV of ceUtnalion, are compactor • and oi.»ic d la; oreontb of lb. boo frame, ab ch beartna 'h'^T^T wiv.W mate Of the Mrl aa without any aalaia .ref J II fr .«* me wood, ran ite-tbar ahrlak Bor warp, aa that ate# th' elo feh.ee once aatfed to ibwlr proper tone on, tor loetrwueo will, wa are Informed, remain In use al If • proper SS* *»■>“! moa ka la the ordinary Plena, the real etrenatb depend*, to i IT. a extent, ep a th# Iharaaab eoaeonlaw of th* wood; and hoi mm.* ar. ma le af m»*a frran aad woethlwae'eS, lead an, h. mm hioed tern tor. II n> l««f>r*a all Mranath derleed fbom Iha aon-ce, rdyto* eotol, “po. too em. act and * *" *** °* W, AgJuM StV^i._ HOI ,R-VI RMhllltti BMW fTKBMBS, PL* l LBS A 0 •, bae* »a baud a lar*e aad fraeral am rtmeoi too a foral-hu* 0 ""to, Cbinv Htoee, Ac Pereoae will can. «... . iatereet by r a amm.ila their atoeb. J a a btkBBINS, Pl’LLIW A CO., ^ corner Mr aad Broad hi / 1 H IT A to B. VIOLINS, HAN JOS. DKI SI S, At. f I WHO a ar*e amrrtm-wt it sheet Mule aa band, at P. II T.y!/)«•* tontoc «4.re, 1-Htfaln at._ head a» aktkks SOUTHERN .MILITARY DEPOT! THt enbwcriber* barfn* larael* la.-re.oml their Mock of j MILITANT «'»OOS, I a t a imimiea aopertoc toeiltbeo foe oteaintc* both the Porelab B and Jo meat ic Ooodo to Udo Hoe. are prepared to oter caveor- M d iary ladweemeam to all bo aaat of MILITARY BDLIPMTim. TbmretocA mil 1111 Bpdaleitoo la ereey rarVejr Leanlailoa Sword* aad Seim Batumi, Uooa, BtedUe, Webbin*. and 0 tenoral emorweeal of the aoual TrlBomoltogo far I olforui. MITCWSLL A TTLf«, Mala Streev Slchmoal tb. Boater to W a tehee, leooky, SHeor Were. Upectoct.a, tottoao and Paaey Banda___ aad-dloa ^ UNU1 and bimiw »*nu M D *HfT QHIWIJI0 r*«AOCO.-Af WM>P *•* * »•■ £+•4 *'+*4 •# <*•*■« ToUeoo, *o RiatfaMmit W. MNWi A 0° • *. lNNitolbMl,0w.1M. VEJTLEWE* MAT PA VR TIMR. TROCRLR AND MONET ■T rceuwtsiso wain CLOTHING i FURNISHING GOODS AT TUT. OLD' RTTAILUURD HOU’R 10u» MAIN 91 REET Wh*r* for bin than 'wanly ytara fl-il claaa lloodi Httt *J J at right price*. arRemomberJH They Warrant every article they aeU, and ofer at aU liases tha LA AG »T PTOCA! LATETT PTYLRP! 1RPT Btia.VlNI I!! «A Word to the Wise V •nIP KEEN. BALDWIN A WILLIAM*^ CLOT III NO. D IRKM OTT. lltatRI** t O., • i* main stbkkt. Hate on hand a lar*taslocS of CLOTMINO, l»cS a, * Orl « Bearer Orert-oalS Noti-o* Hr«vtf k Eng lh Wfcl*n-y da. Drab H«n*rf Oa»rafkt Black Fvt*»»hain do. • Mlrar WxtdCnaa Pw'tW ©ray Cam do. ▼clrrt’rn Hutu!nr Suita Black and Brown frmch CaraSutfa Hi act ani F*ncy On** Fanla Fancy and B1 acI FUk Vt »'i Black an.I fancy V.lrot Vrata Ph na. Collar*. B'ck* an 1 Tlea ft de- Rhir • an 1 Drawer* Pot*' n uhinw, Children* Cl thing, ft. Bargain* til oa DABklCOlT, HARRIS • CO., lli Mala frrpH. WINTER OLOTHINGk I.P.T IT «>0! opportunCf U n«w cth-red to pa'cht«ff* to get good Moth at I w pilot* Wo i»*Apo%* working down Ute whole •feet,andiMik wr caw plrwac M»a public i ale, boih lw alylc And WC MEM. *EW I NEtP. Or»r Coe.*, Tu-1'1 **guile, Ceee'mere pants; V,- .el end «l< Yeti'. Merino Phirte eo.l i.raoere; Cil > e Me. It Her. .1. aefkrta, C. u»,. and Suspenders, any end every thin* on He board marked down. V - the Li. vl month v.' shell push sale. si on* Ctie.p roa I tea. IV. A TOTMAN, Ait, HI, Stein at THE FAIR! The Fair!! 1J»Rgr>N» riel tin* the Cl'y dnrln* the TdJt, will Jo well to ckll and exxtuine oar a uck rt KKADY-MADK CLOTHING, which la the keel ae hera ever (ouea up end prices to Ml IT ALE HIYEK*. glWP.tnw a MILLER, Oppo Its Mitchell A Tyler’a W. & Der ma, g.ieemen._ oe-.LI FALL AND WINTFIl CLOTHING. NOAH WALKER ,V ('<).. (Branch of the Baltimore U rate,) 103 I'oraer Mnla ead I Ilk ar Pearl Rir< eta, RICHMOND, VA., DEALER* IN READY MADE AND MANUTACTL’RRRi VIT GKVfS AND foirras’ ITU CIOTHIM AND FI KMSHINQ GOODS. Alao a lar*e stock of CtlKVt* CLOTUlNl). adepied to Perraots' Wear, lo ahn h ae In rite the special s teulloa of Tobacco Manufacturer, sad farmers, ocio __ 8i i h timu» »»». ni ith. BLACK TKIth.TCAgg gCITP, II VIA LI Ns Cara eftT*. fANCT CA’.f PCITS, BLACK DRLg* gl'ITA Th - shore *rode ere wall made, nicely cut, and will he oleted al fa r competing pr.cc*. at ***'■• wree*. w* m.% enirii NOTICE. Til* su^ir-'ber bavlr.it rr»*de a change In hi* buainect on the Id of ju . y Uni ill iccjunte do* him pre *:ou* »<> th^.t ii*ne ah all be e «.«ed lie wcu»d, therefore, at* of ienllt *o4 euato*** era to Cotae forward and disci a*. in *ebt< dn Th mk'ul fi• i*nst favors, ha would a«k l contlm* AUv'W w/th.lr pAtr u*na#(e to the new * neern of 8PKNf*K M i> Ikl. K It SPENCE, N«*. 1 >». cor Main and l Uh Ns. Uchnvong, Au»r. N, !•«._nn» C'OrAMTN IC«HIP. IHtVf lb«a day \i»k‘ 1-1 with me. in the Merchant Tailoring - Ii-i«l:ie‘«, WM <i iJAKKY, .1 \ < • , V. , i, I 0*y n-rtf p «*» date fn.rn iuly l*i. I *Mk*. I t el w* aeaw willht re after be conducted seder the name and *tvl.* of Pp«ucr A Oarey Grateful fur the very liberal pain rage I hare receive! for Uil i>aat wars wool! moat respectfuliy ask a c ntinuanc* of the tame to the new concern. E. B SPENCE, jySl fin. 1h* corner of Main and W h s*reet JOHN t.MIU<N4 lo, DRAPERS A.N D TAILORS, EicHAisuE in Laima, | *»*! RTKRKT, hichiop, V*. Wocl'l reapactltelly call attention to their new ityle* of Fall an<l Winter Goods. .egl . :: .1 ED MUCH YORK SHIRT EMPORIA*. Gentlemens Furnishiny:Goods murK bare now .*■ band ov-rrtw d..a Hhl.U, ill prices, qualities TT and *tv 1*0. *hlch arc are cloain« «»»* »* feduced prices. There *hlrts are ill mid*: with IV famous Improved Erench Toke, and are warraoted to gt. i »ur aaaortraci l of lies and Cravats can t be beat In the city of Elchsn >nd W. W'-u’il call attention to oar Urge stock cf Under Shirt* and Drawer*, which It ror* full, and conulai full line* In SUB, (lauir Mertn'-ea Unra, and Cottun «, have increased our facillllc* far making Shirt* to order, at th* ahortevt possible uotlee, and a perfect St.arrantrd. 4lao on hand, a Hoe stock of Ready Made Clothing, 8TVRT*v*NT • MAflWJRl, J.1J No. M Main Street. C«r Utl, in. *50 rr-’ •*,M oBvattmieBsiT jm ear* »l bbla"B“ C' frr Sagar JO “ Patent Cat do 10 “ Craohad do 10 “ Pulrrrlard do JO half Chea;* Green and Black Tea# 8*‘ hole Pine kppl* and IngHsh Dairy Chee*. 4 lary* aaac.'ment of Cngtlah (knee* and fickle*, Also. Prroch and BnrHah MuaUxiL _ dust received and for sale by VANCBT A HARRIAON, Kt) *1» Main street M tiFEl.lH a wIMOVS SEWING MACHINES. WITH nvw Improrrmrota, at reduced price*, The Wheeler A Wll-on Manufacturing Company haring gained >ll their ,ult* at law .1th Infr ngin: manufceturer* of Hewing Mechloea, propose t at the poblle .ball be heae*t« -d tb-rthy, and bavr *e oordlng'r redu'ed tbe pdera of their Aewtng MaoMne*. After thli data they .in b* sold at rate* that a It |> ay a fair pro.I on the coat of utann't-u-c, caplur. Inverted, and ripen. < of making •*!<*— SO. h r m ... 1. .HI enable them to make flr»t-.-t*«, MacMaa*, and, aa hee-tnf ,rr, euvr.ntee them In every particular. HKlfm.RS, ULK, Ac . at reduced p ice* orrit * a»dmi«»i»4m»ii Ail . ila air, rk, OlthMfwIiVi, yj iks or 1860. WHEKI.ER A WILSON. As Usual. Victorious! AWARDS BT TllUfNIA tHu’dASICS' INSITITR ON NEMlHi MU IIIIE*, TO WHKKLVR A Wll.aoN, let Clam Premium—rUaer Medal. To th* LtwrkR CO of Richmond,kdClass Premium—Diploma. TjOROVgR A II tKS.*, dd CU« Premium - Diploma UN ff.Bi.vi ■ meni.eik lit Premium to WH»ICI “ill A WUPON. Yd Premium to tee LKSIKIt CO. ».»fi-depwt>_ W L. WIG AMD'S MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT. I pro 'ear* to announce to tha tadlea and my cust-mcre, In par ticular. teat I have opened la niy new at-*re, on the North aide of Pro id. hetwe- -Vh and dlh sirens, hul t and fllicd up eiprraa ty by myself fl.r tha' po-poae la ban !nar atyla, «u enWrr ’v 'lew ,tmt ee-tro.iee sAodr./ l/i/.'iaer-y l/'auf*due* r*uly ru-i.fa mi/.’in*? ,,n tin.l; «!•-. fmbm dtrU*, A'tvif Luct <W/»r«, Pooiru £p«Je f-,r children, and a bn-pr orana (maul </ Turn at very low price* Respectfully, nod - dm N- L WlflLD. li. wuttii:hTi:H’« IMPROVED PIANO-FORTES. MAM FACTORY AND SALESROOM, r»l BTP.KNTH ■TMKBT, CORNS* TH1*» avKNl'd, NIW YORK, 1N0K a quarter of a cenUry th* Instruments manufac*ered at 1 the ahoaa eaubhal.meot hare rauded urnon* the Bret 'n tha country. Their durability, asrattylh acJ delicacy of tone und touch are h'lt.My appreciated by all who hat* yteen them a lit r a«*> trial. The Proprietor, by ylritiy his peraonal attention ts thr manufac tare of each In trument. In all Its Malts, la enabled to guarantee superior tacellcoc • and reliability In erery rrspret. ^_oca »rr. Thr abort Instrument* can be purchased of A. ■ORRIS, Rich mond. _ mm ■Aftis« jaiirian. mum manvv, **" Cos's trdned Sparkling Cel Mine, Trench Amber, do., i Trench Ptuk, do, i Cooper's Shred lelnaiaaa. Cooper's Phrel do. i for ewle la uuanllun to ault, by JOHN T ORAT, bojh Toeceeuor ti * die A liras. 1 i pTo,l ft rowt iu*. MVf in kiore * large atoch of ol4 Wh!»k/*, *4 tbU. M?uf« lyf," % br*n4 well Iboib now aboai wine to ten year* old tOfb * buTH rbluer’d. now old ar.l mellow, f *7* *• of Mdilott* brand*, all pare and r ®* \ |<i •• lower grt4e* * g* plpei indhilf pipe* of Ifennea ef an4rtarJ, nwpny I With a hear f *wk of Li<#aors gnnllf, for »%!« low. 4«ft *®_ ; UlliEUACLIKKi uisrrMTCKius or PlIOSNIATIC FERTILIZER, ME IT ill) BOSK CDMYOBf.ttl'ISO BOSK. Ac., UC-PRCTTl'll Y bey leure to call thr attention of the fsranen and P!utters of *lt»it la t> the shoes nrtlctu a* ant’ny the b.el and cheapest NANI KM In the marUet, the atakperielwe of many will abwn^aoUji tratify. . The Artt, u a Hu*ph*te, we brlle*#, ha* B® •wpenor; tie *#e rt(i<| la coa.'poe*d of •®cfl »®»®^®'® •• *®UIK* w return ; while Ike *alwe of ftowe Dual Bet*l wot be »enUoae4 awlf w> warrant a pwre artlc e K:*** fa-rlll»«r N" \*r W n of 1,«* 1 ** ■ at an! ion. Omn#.ot |» •• - 1 &• Pone Dusk. PSS “ " “ ,an*™ a» t, - J Klladelydlm K raaleaW bw J. P. • **■, Rkhm ad, > A P. LI STSP, Pet ere'-alp, • P. UNDCRdON, Nor'ol*. JtPESHRiOLII. Pr.lail IKbawPi - p_o a a a ww. waue—■ *• ° ' ms?*-'" “rrtt sssssr RICHMOND WHIG. WYNDUAM BORKMMOlf, E3Q, ON TOE NATION AL CR1S18. To the Kditor of the Whig: is one who, nerwlofore, Iim been freq iently honored by inerki of the confidence of iny native State in her time of ease, and now bold a responsible trust by the favor of thia important city, I ask, through your journal, to lay before the public my humble viewa in our time ot trouble—a time so full of peril lo al\ that any may crave audience, without presump tion, at the hands of bis fellow citiaeus; and 1 address all, without thought of, or distinction of party. I am ooe of those who believe that our Uuion sprung out cf a sense of eotumou interests aud sentiments of a 111 dual regard -was constructed »th the most consum mate wi-dom—was found'd on a just and equal regsrd lor the interests of all, and the feelings of all; aud stands consecrated to us by the hoi eat of memories, and by such a harvest of h easing', moral and politic il, social and national, as no aork of man ever yet secured to a people. I am of opinion that it owes its past iUOOCM to the loyal tecogniiioo.iit faci as in tbeory.ol these princi ples, of the equal right! ol its m-nib-is, and of the sen timents of fraternal good ai l, out ol which it sprung that its duration a ill be co eileuidvo with the sime loyal recoguitiou of them—aud will no", aud should not, sur vive it. it is plaiu that we cannot, and should uot, live together, permanently, lent a* friend« andei/aa/s. ke', while I concede that.’on the part of lirge numbers, this equality has been violated, and this Iraierual lei ling lost eight of—Istillthiiik by all the memories of the past, by all the garnered fruits of poser,at d liberty,and glory, we now et joy as a people—by ell the hopis ol our great ex pel iuienl for the future il is our duly toourm-lv'S, to our fathers, stid to our children, not to cast it off, or destroy it, till we have made every honcable effort to save i; till we have afforded to those misguided men who have im periled it, the opportunity ol retracing their step’, and of reuewing, if they have momentarily forgotu-u, or ol proving to us that they retain, il we have mistaken them, that ancient good feeling th»t bound us together, aud which can alone hold us together. That done, fruitless lu, I should as earnestly demand a se paration Itom those • no should resist the rppcal, a* they who, without mak ing it, insist on the instant dissolution of our I’niou. Locking at the proximate causes of the fesrful antag onism that now at p.rates the undivided people of the South from the unjorily, apparently, of the people of the non sUvebolding Sint s, and wh cli has brought us lo the verge of D.suniou—if uot war—they would seem at a casual glance, quite inad-q iaie to account lor such an tffect. Th< y are, mainly, the laws iutended to embarrass or obstruct', the recovery of fugitive slaves, the refusal in two or three instances of Free State Uovetuora to deliv er up fugitives from justice, and the dec! tred principle ol the Lincolu party that no slave-holder shall go with his slave into any part of the public territories. No one would set for a moment auy amount of mere pecuniary loss that might Huw from the Personal Liberty Liwe, or of injury that we might snff r from the exclusion of slaves Itom our present Territories, (where source anybody wan a to carry them,) againrl the evils of Disunion.— Why is it. then, that all the slaveholding States and peo pie—those, ever, tin t lure scarce ever lo-c. an escaped slave, or seut an emigraut lo the Territories, with one inind and heart, rise ii revolt, and sire r aly to encoun ter til the untold ills ol Disunion, or war i'seif. against tl ote comparatively harmless measures a.nl designs?— It is btcanss they deny lo ms equality of rights, and im pin, on the part of those who meditate than, a pretension of moral superiority, whkh, while we may not stoop to controvi rt, we yet utterly re!use to ratify. It is the same teasott that would lead us, at home, to su't.marily break off' iu'wrcourte with a neighbor who should decline to ifCeive with us our family servaut*—to hold him an cue say if he harbored our runaway r laves, or have him hang ed if he ttole them. Il is because there necessarily lit a tuvolW'4 and embodied in tucse act- ami 01 signs, al though not avowed ill words, u denial </ our right of property in cur *!are* 4ml an oturtioh of our criminal• li/ holdiug them, or, in tly uiild si view, cur comuiiltirg •0 great a wiong iu holding them, ns io authorize inea aures to be taken by the federal iiover iimen t to edeet •‘the altlwiate eatinetiou" of slavery throughout the Cniaa. ll is because- they proclaim iu clfect the uncon stitutional and anli-kVderal dogmas that “there eau be no property iu iii.tu" aud that “stave-holding is the runt of all villainies." This 1 think is the verv kernel of out ttouhles—the core of the wound that now iuflimea the whale body politic. 1 have cut fealletuly li t > it becitts - I am satisfi ed it i> one that eau never be healed by Mltface treat ment. Let us pause here, and reason a little together — us aud our North rn brethren. la there a word, line, or alau-u) wf the Co*.Stitution which iii'i' mi-.in tbwrwmwtCTt manner, mu man ratty nor Ik' held .v* property, and that to so hold him is a crime or even a wrong requiring to be redressed. Not one.— On the contrary,the priuaiplc* embodied in the Constitu tion are that ho may be so held rightfully—anil that it is no more a crime to hold him, tli an not to so hold him, and that both those who choose to held slaves, and those who choose not, s'and equal, in ail respects, in the eye ol that instrument The provisio s which authorized the conti; ued importation of slaves for tweuljt tears after I.r the .date of it, and the neov. ryol fugitive* from labor, are absolutely incompatible with the denial of the right of props rtv iu nun, or the a-.srip'.ion of ctisuia ility even wrung to the eztrcise ol it:—while the ratifica tion of the ordinance ol ’t>7 showed a like, and just, re gard to the ncilinients and rights of those who were averse to the institution, and to the presence of ilsves among them In vlf- ct and iu fan', the Constitution pro vided for slavery where the people wished it and the cli mate salted it—aud for the absence ol it where the people and the climate were averse uttd unsuited to it. Aud thi* jus*, fair, and impartial principle of adjustment of conflicting view* was again embodied in that great mea sure of healing and peace, the Missouri Compromise, when new Territories made uew provisions necessary; and is the principle, aloue, iu my judgment, in some form or other, en which the friends and opponents of African slavery, as existing smorg us, can ever remain perma nently together under a common (Jovernmcnt. II this view be correct, then every act and purpose, whether of Slate*, parties, or citizens, founded upon im puted defect of tight in the slaveholder to hold property to slaves,or on the criminality, or wrong, of slaveholding, is not only ucwairanted by the Constitu'ion, but directly at war with iu p inciples and spirit. The Personal Lib erty I-aws—the denied surrender of negro-stealers—the threatened eic’u-ion of slaveholders from their equal rights iu the Territories—the adoption of any measure, however "ultimate," for the ex'inetiou of slavery—which the Constitu ion uot merely recognizis, but in part intro duced and extend*d, fall plainly within this category and involve a clear breach of laith on the pait of all whom the Constitution binds—the peopl • of the Stales who ra ifi 4 it through ths i Conventions—their State and IV-deral authorities who al! swear to “support” it—the President, above all, whose oa'h is to “preserve, protect and defend1 it. To justify these breaches of good faith, the plea of “ Conscience" is *et up. It has in en always recognized •s an honest plea for pot entering into engagements at which it revolted,but I know no code of ntorals.or of laws, which admits it as a j ustifleation fur uot fulfilling an en gagement after it it once intertj into. It was not the laud vet ennobled by the fame of her Ames, that was to have bs-en rzpeeted to lurtiisli “ the oceasiou of this op .wlnmi, ” lia said •*/are no exeiDlion to the revved that <• paid among natione to the law of good faith. It ie ihr religion <f Gouernmeute. It it ohtereed if harba rinnt." Of them who broke it, he said "ehame wan'd ,licit to them"—Vid that “aw eh mid tag of euch a race cf men that heir name it a h-aeier harden than their debt." I commend to Massachusetts, to the false idols the baa act up,aud to ail who are Dot quite lost to a scuae of honor, to r ftvah themselves with the whole of that grand an'l eloquent tribute to national virtue f om which 1 make this extract—and then turn, with what appetite they may, to the treacherous tea-hing* of thrir Sumners aud WiltOLS, tbeir Hales and Sewards. As long as this conscientious disregard of engagements ■ as confined to a few, we little regarded it. Though we witnessed with rone ru the spread of bad faith,we yet I hop a revson would sarc<rsfuUr combat, or law effec tively repress it. Mow, it is not only preached and prao tis d by menacing numb, rs, and embalmed in Hute laws _but is th- distinctive feature of that platform of doc trine now advanced to power in the person of Mr. Lin coln. It i* true the tegat ve of that docltinc is shewn to bo held by a majority of near a million of votes in the Union—that it i< aho held by a inajoritr of the nonse and of the Senate, an I br It e Sa icine Court—that uuiu b.us, perhaps large numbers, voted for Lincoln who ate not Kree cotter*—that a c' arg j adverse to it is in t ro gress, aud that ther- is, ihi reti re, uot only no irnm -diatc danger of host 1 Veil ral 1 gislalion, (uu!*.h Sautln m uri ii abandon th • posts it is their duty to maintain,) but every probability—a • ertainty almost, of the difat of X'-puM canism at the next el ct on. B iil I ll ink in view of ail circu t stances, it is best we should come now to an un ler-tanding with tire Ninth, and eithir continue ocr Union in harmony, or dissolve it (i hope it nut be) iu peace. It is too late to speculate now on what uiig ‘t I ave harp-tied, had tbecountr* con tinued cal n. It is t ot calm—hut ag lated to its Vi ry centre. Men's pass ons arc ever, win r.- too strongly and universally aroused—their antagonisms brought out into t «||M lid ef—their interests already too dj. ply uff clod, ants'nwuto be too mu h j .opredixed and too easilr shaken, bv thiir present political relitlons, to make th-ii preservation poss ble, even if it t ould be, uud' r r I'Stiug eiminratanc «, devirabte. piaseBF ions have rf*eh. d such a pitch a* to make a at ttl in nt or tl e quarr I, and i d fiuitr und r» landing aiih our Northern brrf r n, on tat s, imperative, but not instantaneous, nec<a«iiy, Our Kith’ s bad simi’ar woik to do, and did it wi ll— but always took time In deliberate. Their sons n ighl be content to walk, If they can, in their fooutepi —aud wi 1 bw foetus ate, inded, if they do th Ir work n< worse. Wo net d, ■■ it f etas to me. for T-ace’s sake aud aa being only that aheer " Justi.e" which tin Cwnstitu’ion was drigoed to "«ata'lsh," further le giaUlioo to couatevsct or i onish all iuterft r lice o o'ftaclc whatever to the facile recovery of our (ufitivs i'i.*. : A detract coasiitut oral iwcsftiiis* of the duty of iht Ptaieu la which th*y may la** • d, to ai»rre«dr*F»awa •irate.a and sthwr etiaiioate under the *U*w eodaa of 'ha dare hwidiag Bute*; 'mada ncw—ry by the dttoyal aw % % Jesuitical ialerpnta lno, ol the raiating provision, criji i a l« [ ropounded by Gov. Upward, and since ado, led t j other*.) , , , . An equitabli constitutional recognition, tea adjust ment, ol our o ,ual rights in tbc territorio*. Constilu ioml | r.tectiou aguinsl all legis’ation, Fe deral or State, (otl«- than of it* olive-foldiug Slate*,) iuteifering with, or aiming at, the abolition,or eitiuction, proximate or ultimate, ol tlavciy in tbe Slates choosing to allow it. And with all, and pervading,and vitalizing ail, we want, and I, for one, would coidisliy invoke, a revival o( that old patriotic Irate-mi feeling, which made us, of old, one and invincible, and would make ua lorever, one, invinci ble. and iudivisible. Tbi* would be but to apply the |rccise s-lf-seme piin eiples and compromis< s originally iccorporat. d into the C institution in relereu-v to sUv-ry, only adapting them to tbe u w iircu •-taocea in winch .we tiid ours Ivrs placed. The Constitulioii gave the South Alricau slave ry—it gave the Norn exemption from it. The proposed change applies that principle to th - Tertituiies. If il omitted guarantee s again-t hostil • at'ctnp's of the Fede ral Government upou slavery, it was only because no one dreamed at that day that pnjudice coni J so bliud men to du'v and houor as to suffer tbe disloyal thought to be for a moment entertained of directly assiiliug, or indirectly undermiu ug, a social relation fully sustained, and partly estatilisbed, br the Ooaalitu'ion itself. Any just demands of tbe N>rth, if fha has any, 1 would as readily provide for as lor those we may ju*tly advance. A lair art argument of the Territorial quo - tion squally protects tb* a* us. Slavery being au Hi - men', ol political power,they have, undoubtedly, a ju*t claim to be heard oti the question of rc-opeuing the At > (jean slave trade, if it should arise, and, for one, I should f *t no hesitation luaeoenting to a constitutional iuliibi tion of it if they desired it, however visionary 1 m ghl deem their appreheusions. I see uo reason why every man who approves tbc Union made by our fathers might not unite in somcsuc'i adjustniAit as is indicated. If 1 do not deceive mysill. it is founded thioug- out, fairly and exactly, on tbc prin ciple* on which they originally agreed to live together under a common government. And the qu stiou lor til to deters ine is, whether we shall agiis agree on their priiiciphs, applied to our new ucc< s*il:es, or break up our partnership. Could these questions bo f.iily pre sented to the country, and lime allowed for d liherat.ou to take the place of passion, 1 would not br wholly without hope of agaiu seeing our whole country once more rallied, unitedly, under an unmutil tied h inner. 1 w II yet I ops that even M oaaebusetts, and her New K lglar.d sbtsis.will see, timely, the disloyally and wrong towurds u*. iuto which they t ave been betrayed by fslse guides— will not, at llioir bidding, eonscut to fasten dishonor on their fathers, who stood proudly and sllVctionutely b.< our fatliers—though owner* of slaves—bjsb in held and iu council. Tbey will pull down, rather, these un worthy sower* of national and s > i.il hate and discord, and agaiu get in the high places where they uaturally be long—the Everett*, and Wiutbrops and Curtises, w o would not 1.s* sedulously guard their honor or their in ten Its, by presort ing their nice, and maintaining their good faith. An 1 Sooth Cirolitu, betrayed already, 1 fear, Into * premature anu i.uwibe act of inim diate Ili* union, would, doubtless, di'Carding wlat a-cn s a s It erected dictatorship in her midst, liud, under wiser aud not I-ss faithful counsels than these which I ave so lar controlled her, In s curities that the North may be widiug to give, and other South ru State.*, not le*s jealous ol their honor or their rights then her*< Ir, might be wilting to accept, auflicient inducement to return again into our long glorious sistei hood of Slates. Her right to secede, at a mere politi al right of Sovi reignty, I do not deny—but I do deny that her seceding, nee, is right—and as a measure for the redress of In r grievances, I thiuk Secession should only bj resorted to when all otiier proper me* ur>* for ridr.-s-ing them. *;thin the Un on,shall have tab <1. Entering, » sovereign, into the compact of I'nion, «he never n.rrgeil, or lost her sovereignty, and has unalicna'ed and uninuliL* ted the sover ign right to abrogate the compact— (which seeding is) — with mute or without came— the political right in either case, both the mor a! and political right in the former case; but, ia both cases, sut-j t-l to the cc-rqual right of I'm Oth r parties to t*i« compact to acquiesce in her act, or *;rk r dre-s against it, us they, in the exercise of their tone reign an ihar<ty,mn} think proper. Hut. I think h< r proposed ini mediate < aetcisc of this tight, that dissolves her connec tion wish -ill the States alike,both wrongful and ill-advised, tin the concession that there is, as claimed, sufficient cause, os ayeinel the Staten Ilia! hart been faithleee to the rampart, to declare it broken as to them, and to pur sue any tiiodu of redrew s e mi.lit thiuk p oper, I do not think it, by any m ana, folio*-,that slur has any just rbrlif to break il its to State* that ha>*■ torn fa<lhtnl to r*r . —,***•*, "ort a garnet o'l.m eh hie ni around «/ complaint whatever; and il ill • d flic.hies of fiudiug ade quate redress agait.tt the ofTending Stibs be impos-ible to b- surmount- d, except br secesi-i in, then 1 say l ist an extreme nrceerity only could justify a step that in volved the b etch of a treaty with utn (Tending parties— and that, necessity esn hsidly tm adniilt d to he el trente, which fourteen Other S stes, having similar griev ances with bens el I, show th»y da notconsiier to be so, bv their not adopting the same coursa of precipitate ac tion as herself. Ido not urge other oljxtious to lit-r eourse h cau-e they have been often prea tued Xoue,in deed, I fear, can now answer any purpose »s to her, and I would not hive presented this, but that 1 have not ob served that it has been heretofore discussed, at.d 1 wish ed it seen and weighed, It there is any force in it, by me States that are still undetermined as to tin ir coins'. Hut haying touched on tli squestlunof secession, I will add thceapres.iouof my opiuiou, that what right of ccm pl.ltit or n dress soever, the secession of any S ate, or breach of treaty,by her,may give to the other parties to the compact, It belongs to them, a.e perlite a id eorrreig»», and became parties anil sovereigns, and that the United States Govemment, which is neither party nor eovt reign, has no right whatsoever to employ lorcc against her. It would in my judgment be a usurpiliou ol power of tbe mo-it formidable magnitude, for which there is neither wairantiti the Constitution, nor in the nature of the F«d cral Government; ami would call for instant and unqual ified resistance by every Stute that valued that la tent Sovereignty and Independence which alone distin guishes it from a Dependency ora Ibovinee, and makes it, in every contingency, the final and uncouttollcd a bi ter of its own fortunes and destinies. No! the step of secession, one - taken,revolutioniaes all our Governments, State and Federal, and, finally pertiited in, leaves otdy before us the work of re-construction. And it is bcc lut-e it does involve these tretneuduous consequences, that l do hold it a grievous wrong, except in that case of abso lute and extreme necossi y, which I do not t link has y> t arisen, lor less than half a million of people to plunge more than thirty md'ions iuto the vortex of revopitiou, and into all the d lliculliea an-l dangers that must ever at tend the re-construction of Governments. But if, unhippily, conscientious scruples on the partol some, or new visions of power and prosperity, under new and untried schemes of government on the ptrt of oth ers, shall forbid the continuvnce of ad Oil tbe principles which first united us, I yet hope the great body of the Mules and people Svtith and North will be to mil wi Hug to re-aflirm, and to harmonist agtin, upon them, and en ter ou a new career of pro-p -rity, liberty, happiness mid linnnr The F-r.-nt Genual States of t ie North and W st. I do uot yet believe either in point of feeling, or in pt int of interest, are pr -pared, or would he willing, lo divorce them* -Ivor from the South by u rein al of any j ist g-iurd* tbit may he demanded by their p.-cuiwr social condition. U„1r ihttt ijuntiun* can be hr,,uijh! before ikt country for d -vision remain* to be con-ider. d. 1 throw into the common stock the cru'le suggestions that have occurred to me as to what may poisibly be best to lie done, though events may, any day, demand other lines ol policy.— It is, if Congress shill uot earlier have acted to the same end, that the legislature of this S'nte shall, on assembling, take measures to obtain th > co-operation of c- c Legislature* of the requisite number of the S ates in an application to Congress to call a Convention to pro pose amendments to the Constitution, and shad r-q i-st of all the Stiles the eatly convei dug o! their Lig isla'ircs to consider that question. Tn.il the rl ivehold ing States shall proc- ed a* once to call Slate Conventions. That each Convention shall i-jdiea e such amendment* to ihe CbUflitutiou a* ihiv nuy deem necessary, to be pro posed, alt -rsariis, to a Convenli-n ol all the S ales, aud eudeavor to fix a tim», in concert wi h the other Cnuvcn lions, (which nuy he done through a committee of car re.*; ond -Dee,) for the assembling ol a National Couven toa. Tiiat the d- legates to Ihe Nitionsl Ccnveniien from the S'avehoIJing States rhoul 1 be empowered by their rc-prciive coustituenci- s lo collate the plan* of their respective Slates, and prt ,-ent either, or some nea one, ss a plan of settlement whichlh:y believed would he accep. tabic to their cou-titu.-u'S—but not derogating from the powers of the deleg its* to pursue any other eour-e they might deem to be culle-l for by the iutercstrtol thsii rrspeq tive States. A refusal by Congress to call a Coinin'-oil, and the like refusal of a number of States suHi ient to de feat it, miget be luirly cm aimed into a ref usal to grant ti e required amendm-'ti's, and would make other s'epi t'lett ue. easary. Whether such step* should be indicated in advance, or wait upon the necessity that should r- quire them, it would he lor the State Conventions to decide.— If dnappeioted in all ilfortsto save the whole Union, and if no atl, yet the mill notice, of the Union, I hare no fear Virginia wii prove unequ il to her des iny If thrown back on her separate,indr pendent and coini-lete sovereign ty, and for ed to prov de new guards for her future secu rity, she will, dou ill***, uke care, whether alone, or in a new Union that all hi r own gruat interests, her domestic inatitu ion-, lur praiu, her tobacco, aud her mines, her aiaoufau'urcs and her opening commerce, shall all, b: fitly protected, and not liable lo be overlaid, or domina ted over by the alien, ot competing, interests 61 a iv oth er State or combination of States whether North or South. Go where she will, indeed, I rhare her fortuntu —but il is her interes's, her honor, her power and her glory and hap pinna* that 1, and all her sons will mainly look to, and strive to secure, in any future re oigsnla* lion or re-adjutamaat that nuy beenne nee a*ary, ot' hu posers, and her position a* a Sovereign State WYNDIUM ROSKRTSOV jr/a « •■<-a HI gpiy roN rig —Jastrscelvtdt.1i • M t rua Dukl ■ farwr, the kcsl r.rti r uport-il, for -*l« li s* -nili r* is salt, kv 1 L’bLkV tea. etlh__.< a via irsel. GikCtlftl MI Mt HkflM *Uk #U Ami rsMlved sad tar mk kr | I fc!S fcttlMt • OQ.TtMk'atl. PLANTATION BfM>K -J. W. RANDOLPH wll’pubbsh on Wedteedav, December I2lh, the Plantation » n1 F/»ru n rtroctb n. Refutation. Aerord, Inventory and Account I n k, fir the use of nauag era of relalee asd for Rebt ter ordung BB I man egemcnt of plantation and farm business In many particulars Hr a 8< ulhern Planter • Order Is Heaven's Ira* Ue." New ami im proved edltl* n Oapfollo, half-calf, price |l 50 Alto a 'a*ger edition for cotton pleatitloni, price $t 00. Pent by mall, | oet paid. dell R( •■•Mkal Ml Qilcbm! »<«y ef THE FINEST CRYSTALLINE JEI LY, Is to bu”,for as C rts, a pack*re of Pure Oelatine. with wh’ch are !UMPlk and plain prided directions, for making Three Quarts or more of delicious, tlear, cry aniline and t:anspe rent JELLY, WITHOUT I OILING OR UMNO EGOR, WITHOUT rMalNINO, OR CLARIFYING 1N ANY WAY. It may be made wlthont trouble, In m few minutes, ar.d as well In the parLr or chamber as the kilehea. Por sale by Juacru LAIDLSY, Chemist. Main and f*th Hire* ti, (ION OP THE RED MORTER. delft Flrhmood, Va. Rltinio.VD ■ chtii.i/.i:r MANUFACTURING MILLS, ROCKETTS, RICHMOND, VA. •. IHRTWAV. - - Gca'I Afrnl.' MANUFACTURE and offer ffr*r sale In lota to su't purch sere— Tine Ground Rones, with their organ c tna’«.r. Hartman's Ammon ited Super Phosphate of lime, mad - of hones decompos ed by Hulphurlc Acid Also, Hartman’s Improved Manipulated Guano, made of he**. Ptinsphatlc Guano, one half, (decomposed with Hulphunc Acid,) and of best Peruvian Guano. The e Fertili sers have been used with the m<> t satlafactorv result*. / Iso, offer for tile American, C dumbian, aud Nev.ssa Guanos, at the lowest market price. To r>e had at the Mil’s, also, of Messrs. WOMBLR A CLAIflORNP, and Commission Merci an** generally. au’4 ■ y Gl MtlUDEK TKAR-Of nptrfuF .juililv, lS MM and half dusts, for sale by dsA— At f RG B. DAVENPORT. I860. DECEMBER ITII. lM a i*ecm kale. IMPORTANT NOTICE. TR PRI^F A CO., with the view of cl wing out some depatt- | • menta r f stock, will, during the present month, offer at a great sacrjrt'e. a large I t if Elegant 8Uka and 811k Rohrs, Cuh btc and Valenc'a Rob s, Mouila'nssnd Mo-islaln robea, Vel urs Bt d Yd ur Itybes, and many ether DREtl 000DR. Moil of these go *ds are real Frtn A, and are lobe so'd certain- ; ly—to which t‘ e particular attent on of the ladle* !* called. Thev have, s'si, au t lei ant llns of Clo'h Cl ak« an l Arabs, l a dt-aFura, ii Vlctnrlnrs. Muffs, Cuffs, Re, long 8haw|«, 8tella Fhawls, Ac , Ac , all of which they *re dL*posed to sell off very low. To p-event confusion, the Frst named job I- ts will be shown op ml c tec r d tl r de4 _JHOA. * P>>IC<> * R Mil «>|| ( AMEN.-hands* mi- y 'urrdsliv |J ir-l 1POVR A CO., Drurf sis. NRW NIMTAMV WORR.-J. w. nan MHittfl m for sale Infantry Camp Duty, Field, Fo'iilkalloo and Cua t Defence Prepared and arianged by L. V. Itudihoti With PlaWs Pi ice M cents. Rill New < 'or >» u orlbakm MHAItRL hSls , 10 han bids , for sale by WM. WALLACE 80N8. delS- dlw mint. ntllllSCN AND STEAM ENGINES. MADE UPON S O U T H E R N SOILI! 1— THE I'KION NIKI Vt( tl lllMJ (OKir.tlKV or RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, Are no* refelv to furn'.h the ecleVr,'e<l WOODWRITU PLANING MACHINES, WHICH reiju'rc no o her recommend-t ion than their alr»ad> established reputation. AND A UFO MT.4TIOS %Kt KTKAW Of from 95 to It 0 Horse Lower, which tksv irfV huPd at a^ U» jtrit , p»rh‘»ra* jnnnrl'uiM they can Ac fumUSttl at any Xv'th tr<> fC Ui’-'i hint ft. These MACHINE* are built under the personal supervision < f JOHN If. I E*Tilt, >e«| . former -y of llrooklyn, N V , wh*. sa a Manufacturer, U well a d w.d«*!y known, and It ejr are wairanted to give iitlrftrtlnn iwr office so j it ms in ftmket, HhhiuuNd, %m. ITS" d for Descilpt ve Fa-'p? let m>23 - If j MOLIMC9. )0 »lb Is p ine Cnht Mus.-nrada f«n 1 Ms New crop New Or'eans 50 bols. prime Fugar II u’e Syrup. F t a*!e by de19 U WVt H CM A 1 » IN Q W AM u ■ «• a u« H 9f* I hds Cuba Muacivadu 1T Mid#. foito Ric 1 VT Id.ls A. ) bi hMs. it. : m so Mils. Extra C. Stibb's 0 4*» Mill Powdered and Granulate! 4 > bbli Crushed and Cut Lr af. Por sale hr de'S _LKWH WH! t A J.iWN O ft • DdWiW. E- Kentucky Rifle, Ain -riran bpjrtlng, Ind-an KIU>, Mectrlo, Fra and Duck Shooting. For sal# I r I. k O. B. DAViNPOET. CITIIMIMN M A IH OIL* or wash for Improving, naP ring, cleansing and *m lelllthlnr 'he h*'r Fo- aala by W. PETEK* >N A C >., <*ec19 155 Man Blret*. (lIMII'lt.H WIN If. -«••» basket# and cues Equality. Por sale by I A H DAVENPOtT. OLD H% VC U MIMA V of auperlor goal.-y. for sal > deel—6l I. A H. DA VENPJUT. NRYIP, COTTO* amd JUTETWIIE. » * by JOHN N. GORDON A SQM. 1% VIM % AT J WEST A JOHNSTON’*, US Main Street. L vin'a Hr He author of l>r Antaido |1 25 Travr a Its the Kegh ns of the I'pper and L„Wtr Amoor. By T. w. AUtn«on I <50 TIi-* Qu-era of *01 i tv, Idustrated. $1 50 Bit erHstet A Poem ir J O. Ifo! and. 75c. Our Tear; a chllds b.vok. H theautho- of John HaUfa* 75r The habits of Good Society ; a Hard hook for Ladha and Oent’ewen. |l 95. An Faiaf on Proftblonal K l im. By Oeorgu Fhallwood. $1.00. Ihr Pdgilrns Progress for the Young. 50c Hope* and Fears, or Scene# fro-n the Life of A Spinster, 2 volt., $1.50, WEST A JOH"*rON, Booksellers, dH2 _145 Mkln Street. rlESBEHl, PINK ATAWIU. ftllOlELI AND ToNOS —We have on band a good supp y of Fendcis, Shov els. Tor g* and Flr» Stands, which we ar oifrr1er low, for cash, or to pun. tual customers. T. BOUEETSON A SON*, iL>il No. «5 Main elrtei. (lONWRTIQf i: LIYAIEI N, for fixing, darkening, t and p'oducn g a rich lua re to the Ha»r, Whiskers and Mous tache, for s»ic by W PCrEEWN ACA. d,g 155 Wa'n Pt-eel VLLWGH % W % WAfEH, bottled At U»« ipnngx— supplirs now In store, and fo* sain by d,-u W. PETOOt * CO.. 155 *‘aln >t s.KOirvD ALI M II - l,T. lurk■ it »l!N.» ALUM SALT. In fine ordef. on consign .»« H f meet, turiale by WM. H. SOYHTn, •lelt—lw bir Cary and V » rla Will'**: HAIII iaryi n^-t, i... lata by del I DOW A OOl, llt)BWC >1 vi H % PIN, HICK AS I *>, *HOI' 1,1* m *• HI I CON, for tale by WM. WALLACE UUNi. . He'd dlw_ _ ■7 - BBLS. ( II >ICR HRS CHOP !». O. MO I •* LAIA3I8 In lit* e for rale by data nrNLnr, MCNCCRF A QQ \KU CROP NHU ItHLKANM *I.«AH AND MOLAsSKi, In alnrr and to arrive, for tale by del!) - d w WM, WALLAOT HONH. CLOA KN.-I'LO IKS.—We hare a few rery »ni>erior Black 1 brlh an I Velvet Cloak*, of mtir.lv new an 1 e ryant PAlt.rua, which wc offer f traile at pr cea very mu-h redweed. A few of the ab *ve are rery elrgaoi, and differ from anything that hie brrn tcld In Richmond. CI11LK4 A OUI^KIT. d>6 i | I IK, CKnK!NT, 11 IV, FIRM, dkc./lor • 9 Ooft hb!*. Fre h U-v Ic'd- d l.lme 8.n n bMi James It v. r C«ment fi*H) hl>la. R tspr-rialt C%»m i.t l.nx- l.il-t ’•h’pplrg and ReUlJig Hay I ha Out and 0»o«* Hen In*.* fHI ha.f hb • Family Roe “ :'.c» bis Hud tlhhli H.ltnon fr*b*»l«. No * Va^k're! V hb s. No ft McI.mm Mackerel 1«K) ki * No 1 M vfcen I mmbblt Aiulrfri 90rt,*»tKi R»*ga f, nuirted hrnn<*s. Wr have too rx»ra lor the storage of the bulk of 1ft 000 !»• Is. milL'GVOHD A 00., On the Pock. A PPL* HHANDY. of rood qwallty. for *al« by_ ,-e a Si 1- A 0. A DAVkNPOCT. 8CPKICIWM ULlt HVK wHICST.-W FJjJfor aale by del.Y—fit I A ti U DAY IIFDAT. flirt P H I V A r I: FAMILIA* AND rtTMKHN l wlvtilry a cVnVe a-tlc e of cherry. Made va, full, t'rack Brandr, Arrack Jimlsea Rum. ^ntrh, lrl h, and Rye Miipki s, and a fa’I asMrttuent of the br*t brands Cham, agoe. can find them at Uie |o«e*t price In mu ad: I ties to salt, at the Klchratni Wlnt Store. DUDLEY A CO . dels ___TI Main at. WOMAN A N Ik TURKIC <’»IILDI.KN DOH WALK PitIVATALY —I Lave for vale privately a wo in in fend U rce child en. The w nun Is a No. 1 psstry cook, and a housr•servant. Hhc was raised la a genletl family, and sold for "°df“,'L HCCT01BAVIH. ol YRNItiH IMillkH Ml STADD.-U Ua U “ botiln and boxet, fcr *ale by . _ dell DOVi A CO , Prayylat* UTS* DRRNSINU lirtW NA. We have a few, T.r, superior dressing downs. Alan some of 'ower prMML d»l, ¥ Urrll.M A OIIRWART IRlIViri nroHCOinYli purely ret. able «nd ir a e-rt.tn penndy f r Colds, Hoarseness, Croup and Irrtiaklon .1 the throat an 1 luoyA »rr »!. by^ ^ ,c ,, t.Vi Wain H'reit. ■ kill SLR AND SCNCdl.D KHNW.-W' *•" »n J 9 hand a few D ante and dieyle flunk, to*- *n; on* , which ae wLI at 11 trtry I w, av we wlab t • ,rt out nf tne tan trad r. Any pm->■ In wa-tnf a yrod one will A» Will to,Ira u* a call, a* "'Uln,» bUT 1 b‘r<*^_T.BOMATAfWA «CS fllOrtiOC-fRIi- Toe attention «f yrocer* at.d «er,hant* yentr 1 ally, U esLad to Nwapl'-'wlsafMl tlfcle,D»,S»»«,Pw■ st *»r —a home Miiclc, »: d superior to of l! t kUrfi befeee Ik* yubllc___ • f%K L'ASBS SISSUtT awBDDS PDOTB*. I BCSUT A CO, Ti Wall a. , \ ■V Al'THO.iMT OF THE 6T1TE OF VIHGiSU. MILITARY~MANrAL. A BAIK AL or MftTBlirTION ron VOUIR* TKHI AND BILITIA, ur Major William Gilliam. I.ATI P. 8. AMT. INSTRUCTOR OF TACTICS. AND COM ■ANDANF OF CADITF, VIRGINIA MILITARY INlTIIlIT*. 1 VoL Demi vo., nearly TnO page*, and upward* cf ft'OfUcitra liot*. Price tO. THK aohjecl* are, 1st Aa Inf oda tkn, containing a glossary of HMIMi - In os- a**ong military m* n. td Army In which ih- organliat'oos of Infantry, ratal'y, and ArtdVry are • I*-waxed, I •wet * r with an outline of the duties d !in'vlrg Upon ihe various tttf d» partments fid. A'in i ard Ammunition, ennui l*g tr ndenseJ d«*eript'on of the arm* suit -I to an 1 use I by C»» Iry, artillery, and Infantry of the |ret t it day with d rectlon* Lr pr piling the various kinds of an munl'lon tor these anna 4th Ufanrv Tactic*, rtnbraring the, schools of the Soldier, Company, * klrmUher*. and Ratttloo tateo almost Cutlrely froTi Hart re’s Tadics for lie Unite I Mites tro ps In this, die nreva I Ing lysteros of oc<»tt fo In'a try of the hoe. and of Hard** for Light Infan’ivand Rid-men aa adopted by the g-nerd govern ment, are s ri<*t!v adhered to, exc pt some few alterations which • ere neon* try In ha-mool*lng and bending th* two »} sterna, an as to sunp'y a- d adapt them to the mill la service. l» h. Tar> rt Pr c»!ee. C i. Csnlrv Tactict. embracing the schools • f the Trooper, the Troop, the Hqu dr m and t e B»glni?nt, Ukm wi.h prop«r mo.iid call mi Lorn the L\ H. Cavalry Tactics. 7 Ji Art Mery • act Ira, t n> -raring th* roanal of th- piece, an I the school of the Mattery, taken from the United Male* Artillery Tact lea sili Conor* to be p id by the troops, taken from the general re»u at'ons of the United Mat * Army y h forms of Parade*, BevirvsJ Ooa»d Mmo’lrg, Cnl-rs, Musters, Itoder*, GuaYs, taken chi. Sly from, the Aimy legal* 10 h. luterna* O -gan'.XKtlon *f Compsnle*, ar d the (duties of Captains, taken from the Artnv k<gulaitor.s, and drawn from the I ractleal »xi ertenre of Major (fill am llth. Duties in Camp ar.d Garrison, Campa and Marches, f.oiu the «tne »<-uic a. l¥th. Dntl-a of the rtaff Depar ments. together »I hlhen'ces •ary for f momirg report*, .« qu'*IUona, rclurt •. Ac , from the •vine SOU • *. IH h. The Manner of br ng'ngtrorp* into artDn Inwhl-hthe vari us ordtt* of bald •, and the « utlos of Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery, w! en lu action, ar- usse I. 14th. Court* Air r Ul, e.rh»a lr g the orgafilstlDni of Courts, the ru e* of | rxrdure. the find ng-i, sentences, Ac , together w th the dutlrs of t’ e Judge Advocate, the lor in* if the erders for de iaiflag Ikf c -ur, m . Ift'h Music, en hearing the vsrlou* call* for c'uty, Ac , such at Rev i lie. Tv.to i breakfast Call, Dinner Call, Retreat, Ac.. Ac. ItiUi. App !i dlx, cooUla.r»ig.ln«\Art'ele* if War. 1C rt nut front Vie Report of Gen W. II !ihhttrxleont A-tj't G'ette r.it • / Vinjlni i,to the (Joremor. • **Miior Gil am. is a graduate of the Uniiod Rule* MIHary Acad-my, has s-i vrd in the Amiv, and I* »•• I knwn a* ooe if the • cst accomplished ta>ilHant i.f the UniGd.M aU* I have care:ulljr examined his Manual for Vidantsvr* and M.lttia, and report, that so far •• my j id^m-nt Is reiUble, it \* the b*,t work now known to m*,ir that 1 ever •if." will be ls,u< d < o or about the Teoth of December. Urd«ra tided according to dales of reception, sad NOW KEADY, COOIT.KS XAUIMAS MIMIAIU TAUT I US. Thr »v> k u».-J bjr authority In (he Uuitnl Amy. Ity A4JL Oen 8AHUKL COOPKR, L\ P. A. 1 rol 12to., fhi’h. P Ice $1 2ft. u Jt I* J,in nary, 1V4I, in 'i l.litL n A* /.(# /nUrlinear Strit* of ( /•»*» A «, Oii4*« *|« • ami HerAldi, Kill Interlinear Tr«n»lati #n. < lospel of St. John, Hi h In'erlncarTrabalaUoa. china n» Japan, By Ufdnut JAMES D. JOHNSON, P. * N„ cf Ky. Will, Colored Illustrations, Map,, Ac, 1 voL Uoyul 1 '1 no., clotli ptlt. Prirs fl 50. I.liuipaet of »l*liii:iC<il Nature. By J. W. O’NEILL, of Memphis, Tenn. A Natural III,lory, adapted to both (be E.imlly Library and the School De k. 1 rol drnil Sro. Very fully WiutrateJ. PUBLISHED BV CHARLES DKSILVER, 12» CHTHTNI T fired, I IdUdelpIda, Ta. ri'MHINHN & HAILY. BALTIMORE, Md (9*IUutraUd Ca'alogart of CHARMS DKilLVEUfl Publi cations lent by mall free of po.taye, on appReatlrn deft—1m 11 TIIVHIZi:i> CAI'ITAI...*500,000! THE PI,ANTE US SAVINGS BANK, Or THE CITV OE RICHMOND. rid PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK, bavin, an ample Oath Cap ital and Chartered by Ihe Legislature of Virginia, will receive >cp.,r'tes of Ylwc Ihartl.ar# and upward,, on which Inlereat 11 be paid at Ihe rale ..f sli per centum per annum If remalnlny ( ar-ntha, or hive per centum per anuum If lev than ,1a month,. Interoat payable *<-•»!-.« Huuullf, If dealred. Deposit**received at their office, at the More of Meaart. Duke B ’ukcheaan, No. *0 Main Street. J. J. WILSON, President, a. A Hownwaaoa, Traaenrer mall—Ip SOl'THKRN TIONftY.-The Nolea of all advent Booth e.-n B ink*. continue to be received by us In evchange for yonda r on account at par. ,„«4 KEEN. BALDWIN A WILLIAMS. t«ET Tin: BEST.** Splendid Stock ofPianoe*. WORCESTER'S NEW SCALE. WB offer for ,ale a full aasortineot of Ihe most superb PIANO PORT,* ever offered for tale Inlhila mark'!, and aak an evatnlsallon from hose in want of the but PIANOS at the four. »/;>«»« A. MORRIS, nrik R lokacller and Dealer In Pianofortes. NOTH'IC.—Thro. I. Roberta ti !■ no lerye' a partner in the ecneern ot The Roherteoq A S-na. The bu>lne«a will be car ried on In the name of Then, Robertson A Bon. THEO. ROBERTSON, „„1«_ I) M. RoHERTSoN. I MPWNTANT NkSTirr.—Allp.raons Indebted to Cren ft thaw, Q larlea A Co., and Thoms* It. Quarlca A Son, hy note or ot.en account, muat pay at once, oa lonyer Indulgence wl I n.it be given. oeW_TltOS I) QUARLES. all perlorlot of Medicinal Wines »n.l Brandies, 1 • ttore »nd for t,l.hy W PETERSON A CO f no«6l.V> Main it, cor. 13th. WHITE I.HIMIK W1HI.-A f tlstoekof BooUa unrivalled, Iron Slone China, wldch we will well In aela or by the »lrgle piece. mH ^ _ TIIOS.^A. RILELET A CO. C1HIIIH! OLD Hi*M mitel LIU I OHM.-A fall J assortment on hand, Including the finest Brand eg, Madrlrs and Sherry '•leu,imported Into thlu eounlry f.riale ill mi anti ilea to suit purchasers. BKLDEN A MII.LEA, no!5 Cor. Pearl and Cary its. I HON, | MON. —SI tons liamaH's best tha'lns from 2 lo 8 I iBchaa round, receiving per hark Pioneer .direct from IJverpooL A LAO 10 tont V' and J. O Common English, for sale by nnM EDUiN WORTHAM A 00. HLANKITIt HLANKKTm I y t CEI\ El) per PIONEER, direct from UverpooL II, balew heavy blue-grey Blankets, and In More of our own Impor •tu*i ra'r medium and evlra heavy twilled Duffle and Mackinaw Blankets In grrst varl.lv. i'i»!r c«oiiron fr»*y do., very low*pilce«l, which w« offer to ttit trad* ai greatly reduced pliers. gtolh _ _ ICICKT, PAIMK A CO. ,l ■ DOW giL ANN ri'ITT AND VILA, for sale In all uuanlllles, at low pries*, at JOSEPH LAI DLEYH Apnlhscs'y. SION OP THE RED MORTAR, hen aod Main streets. Richmond. NKLMI* (1.01 HIN«.-We are offering great Induce neats lo puichaiert of Berva-.U' (loth'ng. Anilous to re luce our Stock, we are making It the Intere.t of buve « to evil on luce our m KEEN, BtLDNIS A WILLI* Mg IIACUN. HEAMWBI.AL' H Vft Lhda TodJ’i* Hidrt IS »* •* P^ould*ra 31 t*i ** IItin* 1im» bit Fmory adairarUne Oandlf# 4*4i bill* #•>. 1 Halifax timings, Ac for* *nd “V bjr CHAS T. WORt HAM A CO niRCV d.SIWOA AT A CHEAT HKDI d'TIDN, |t W'e offer our large stack of Eiucy Hoods at a great redactioe In pries. They const, t In part of Chl-a. Oohruilan 0 aes ar.d Antleius Votes, Parian Wars In stcV variety, Pancy Ink Star da, C« hgne Bolll-s, Motto Cupa ai d Saucers. Peney Phi a Artldra, Be- u Hal Purler Mache Work Rote#, Wr tlrg Disks ("gw Casco Ac Pt rvonv in want ol presents for (i rlt'ma,, would do well to cull g,s THUS A hUlRt.EV A CO. Spit »:«, »PII E* (Pit PA- ter. UI d rr ah lc, .artaril ed cure Mac -, Clovrt, Allspice. Olnnvmon. Nutmrg, Prpprr Mustard, Ginger, Celery Aeed Ac.. Ac F. r*tlshy JOHN W (1 SRL1CI, Anothecary 4.10 Mark t Pace, Ersuklln >t. COITON TANNA, attor sd Numlisvw. from « to It. Eo Tele I. v _J NO N. GORDON A SON I1>A RALES NA V. new landing and ter tale I y o.29 '_ BtlDliPlRD AOO. Ttft.-ifi LIES. Tar In prims order, regelvtrg and for ttle b »o*rt_EDWIN WORTHAM A OO PitBALLI P. Rum,In atom otd (nasals by ft<> weH_____MJOKAR pwVTA* LINK* Ml CAHAN CABBAAB. \J Well aswart sd fur tala by Atfl I,TAN A. AflBMA A AOM. 0 SOOTHERS LOCI MARl'FATOBVi ^ DWELLING Local of every deacrtpUoo ; gliding tV>«r Trtta. mlngv of the but quality. Alio, Priion and Sink Lock! J Iflngaa and Bulla of any bright. Hr [la bang, with 01 without Tub c« ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. At I tall do work but my own maoiifneturr, I am prcpareJ ta Warrant It to glra antlra latlifactlon to thoaa who m vy favor ma with a call. "• WILLIAM RKADT, MO Main Street, hrtwea Slh and »lh, MO—1»__ tticwuoao. v« SHARIS' PATENT COLTER HARROW. WKEEInviie the attention of the Farming Community l°lhta NEW HARROW which haa been tried by man* practical Earaen. and prannoaerd by them to he the very beat Implement yet made, for preparing the land fur » rdl'g mall grain, and effectually covering the aama after aeedlng with two horaew doing the work of ala alogle Ptowa. We have purrhaaed Inc right for the State of Virginia, and are now mnnnfacturing them for the cnanlng lenion.aad reapectfully la Vila an nomination of them. fyll _ GEORGE WATT A 00. 010. ». LOWNRi WM. B. 000* . LOWMEK * COOK'S Foundry and Manufactory. •aim rum, tmat aim, aloasoaa, vmania. HAVING made large addition to our ahnp, to auM If a Soother t trade, we will tell at the Northern pricea of ISM We hava over lutt dlffrrrnt deatgna of Plain and t.'mamvwUI Railing, Vrrandua, Hnlrunl a, Forrli Hin t a, tl iadaw liwurda, At, Ac., Vault and Cellar Do-ra, Iron tuah, MmUrra, and general Blacknmlthing and dnlahlng dona with naataeai and (teapatch fgr Omrtery Ratling for the country, made in aa to he pul up by an ordinary mechanic JabB—if wilcox iVl gubijh* HEWING MACHINES. nvEtTri) nr J. F. C;11IIIN, mil Point, Pocahontas county, ta., AND is manufsesurvd under patents granted to him usd Jtmrg Wlllcoz, dated June 2.1S57. r* D»u. .1 July 1*, IF-?. Patented Au/ust 10,Pet-iuary 21, 16BD A’so Uncensed under aiz other Patent's, roverlrg «he entlr- construction of U.. MacHue ; ron#e> <iuentlv, there can be no 1 tlgallon In regard to the patent rirh* It la leea complicated and the mogt perfect wurkiof Bevt i# Ma chine now In use. It forma a flat, ersn and elastic Kim, which la warranted not ta rip In wear, and U reliable upon *U klnda of fabrics. Priceto |rr* Every Ma.hlne warranted. JOHN A Bn.vnf, BoItD % Block, 12th and Governor street*. filHIC efitetprie r.g proprietor Sr rn I of Ctf KBTNUT O ROY If / -AW ^ A \ IV HI KV ( he |.ur«vt Mrdlrlnal / . ► ^ a \ / feet ever knowr,) has fjr« U! • f v Y \ J *h« coHimunky a stimulant, / \ (»i|pr,healthful«nd invigorating, f ______ ^ mmm me ^ I 1 ,h< $4me llme • mild JeUdcug f w WUKKFY <] ‘^r,e^duj; V f| i| I |1 flL I Aw I lhat 1* palfr.e I off on the coma u • ignillVllfel(JJ r.ltv, an J which U lrjoilowg to V 3 ody and mind. In addition to Y mik# / hecertlficatra beneath, he hag . TV ■ / eceived a Diploma from the X^ PTeTa ARin.I.rt Ka i. HO It '»Y, and additional testimony from Dr. Jac*»«.n, iM on, who testifies uuiur oath Ito lta aboo lutc imlty. CKRTIFICkTK*. I»m i.sdki HPa, Pept. 9, IVd. Wc have carefully tested the sam* le ..f Uhrttnu* drove WhDky v it .rut in amt find that It collth.s r.ooe of the Poisonous t ul aUr.reakn. wn >• Knali till, wt.lch ii l*u . haracierl.lleind Injorloii* log? rilient of the WhliklA Is general u«e. Boom, O.tRRPT 4 CAM kn An-1'Ural Chen .at*. New Vox., 8epl. 3, liie I hare analy red a •ample nf Chcafnnt Grove Whlaky. received from Mr obar'rt “ barton, Jr , of Philadelphia, and haviry . are fully letted It I «m pleated to ttate lhat It It entirely free from iK,ltom.ui or iMrt.rtoui tul eivuce#. It !• an u-u- utlty par- and line flavored Whltky. JAMIrt R. CUILTt-N, Analytical Cherrla*. Buying, March T, 1 afar. I have made a chemical aralytlt f c- maer.ltl tin pie. of Ch.atr.ui lir. vr Whltky, which prov.a to be free from Ibe he.ay yu II Olla, and perfectly purr and unadulterai. d. Ihe One flavor of thU Whlaky la d riled Iro.n ihe Hr. In utrd In manufacturing It. R, pitifully , A. A 11AYICR, M D . Stale Aaaayrr. No I 6 Roy laton Street. fir tale hy 0 WHARTON Ja , 7 Stic Principal Agent, r,. 11- 6.H * No. 116 Walnut Street, Phllad.-lpl la. fllllK above PCRK WHISKY, COPPER DI8TII LID from MAI T I Kfl i-RaIN, being auperior and uniform In oualliy, and Myfc* ly Improved ty aye, it p eferred.ly cucauoaera to all other Whit tier, and particularly ricorr mcr *ded by the heat PhyaVlara »nd Ch-mlata. a* pca-eaa r.y all the nitu'remenU of a TBLI! TONIC, INVIfi. RATOR, and RKMKIHAI. AHK.NT. T e Schuylkill Wat. r, of Philadelphia, uted In the .Puliation of th'a WI laky, It proerd by analyala to be the lofiett and pnreat a a ler In .|.e Cr.lt. d Statea, and to t-It may, In a great detree, heap tribuled the excellence of till Whltky. For aale by * PHBE.hl.tY 4 RllhfPSOlV, Phirnlx Dlatlllery, On tAe .Sr.1. uj/ltiU Afloat-, /‘Ah’.i./rfy A.n, Orv.ca.-96 Wau. STaaav, Nan Tual, 109 8.«T» Faoxv St., Pmi.At.it.raii, mhSl-dly__ DOCiULTT & A > DIHSOY, GOVERNOR STREET, ARK. 'eeelving fo- the fall Trade, Carpeting!, Oil Cloth*, Vat l nga. Curt,In O od«, Cornlcee and Banda, Wlndov rba.'te Paper Har.gln,-a,Culled llalr and Meat, for ral at low prlcea — Carpet*, Curtalria, Bed* and Matlrreiee made to order a' .holt no tice. Taper harming done la the city or country by iuperV.r k meo. ____ _[ucl—_ I.I hlKEK CARD. 1M70RNE CARRINr-TON, having pureha»ed the etoclr oflntr.her j of the late F.dnard K Dudley, will ro.n-lnue the bua'nete at the old yard, Co.rn r Krinklln ami 19U> Street!, where hr will la happy to ictve the old ca«tom. re of Mr. Dudky, and the puhllo ^'skrek'on hnnd.White Pit r, Yellow Pine, Fleeting, ~ alnot, Cher ry. Ath. Mahogany, Maple, ButlcnWo-.d, I-tha, shlng ee. Ac lr' ' ‘ kCHKNN CAKftlNf.TON, n0| C'.r, Franklin and IVih Street*. ||S||».NI1 MIPPLY FAMILY (iHfMUIU. In flrkina No. 1 Oothen Butter If. bhla Buckwheat Flour 8U hhl« superfine Kxtra and Family Floar Sm- ked and PickledSalmon 85 % hlda No. 1 N. C. Rcc Henlngl 25 pkpa No. 1 Mackerel 25 bia Fngllah Dalre, Pine Apple and floahen Cbrne Oat Meal, Rj e Flour. Ac , it. Juat recrleed and lor aale > n the low. at trrma for rath, or to wren pt cuatomera, at MINNIS A CO.'S Family fir. rery, noli 2d and Main Mu. C1 AH1>K* NKKD FOR FALL NOU INli. r Early Large York Cabbage Do Oxh« art do Do Rugarkaf do Large Drun head do Do Fat Dutch do Early CaolRowers Round Savoy Spanish Griffin Curled Rale Early Butter Lettuce Do Hardy Hammersmith dr Lack and Spanish Radish, for tale by ocf _ WM PALMER. RON A CO. GFPCTO IIItOA D TH KAO t 1IOFN. Very! for winter wear and Double Role, very superior and cheap, at N 43 Main Street, at Riga of the B'g Boot, by ___WM. W A LAB'S. SMEEl Cl DV H.-36 bbb. Wilson's Surry County 8*. el Cider, pore Juice of the apple, and exceedingly 6re qiallty, just reedved and for tale by 8ELDEN A MILLER, ooit Cor Pearl and Cary »u. 1IMO8B MMMBH8 BOOT -Just received a !**(« supply of these celehrated Farmers tang Leg Double $!• Sewed Hoots, at No. 43 Main Street, sign cf the big b< ot, by nrWM. WALAlt 1860. FALL TRADE. I8ti'. OOAOII MATERIALS. , IRON AXLFR. —48,W0lbs Iron Ax'es from I t— 3 Inches, with pins or nuU ; ft) seta Tomlinson's and Ives’ h pat., andTep« r Axice. SPRIMiS. esklm 14,Out) Iba. Tomlinson’s Sweeds Steel, Umpered and tcmmon Rprlugs. from 4 to IU plates. HL’BR, RPOKER, Ac. 4.V) sets Ouro Hubs, .*uu s<U Bpokts, 1UO rets Felloes, Shafts, Poles, Bovs, Ac. CARRIAOE TRIMMINGS. Curtain, Collar and Dash Leather; Enamelled Durlr Drllilrg. Mas in and Muleskln ; Broad Cloths, I.a rev, Filrgif, Tanels, Head Lining*, Damasks, Hinds. Casting*. Moss, Ac , Ac. * l IflU ketfs Hammered Horse and Mole t hoes. To cash buvers and prompt customers, we ar« prepared to offer goods nt very low prictm. WILLIAMS A l|UOTT. Importers, w bol-sal* snd retail dealers In Hardware, Huns, Coach Materials, Ac., 67 Main street, nearly oppcslte 81. Charles Hotel. idft RICHARDSON’S IRISH LINENS, DAHIAbKfl, DIAPERS, Af. ft^lOOTLMriLx of RlCIIARDfON’A L1NKMR, and Ihoae ieahraa vy of obtalnlBR the OOUJ1NK GOOD*, if.noIJ a«» that the alU clem they purchate tee •ealt'l with the u I Lame of lb. Im, J. If. m< li" rd.on, Soon anti Ow(**n, aa » uar.nfee of the »oundn»»a and dnr-MIliy tf the Oooile. T i. caution la rendered raai-ntlally rtniurf. II liiyr titill* tlee .f In'rtlor and defretlve I loen .r. prepared eejtaon »ft. r aea •on .fief •« tion, mil aealed with tf.e non. of R1CHARI I*ON, by Irt . Hoorn* e. »bo, tegardleaa of the injury II a* Inflletrd abb < n lC. tmer-Van cenri Tier an-! the manufarlu'ete of the Rri air.* 1 Ooo w II not readily atan 'on a bualnewaoprnRtatd*, yUepur ,ti,i r* ei n be Iniwiol on with Goode of . wortMtaecbarieter. J. BULLOCK R A J B LOCBV. Hy_1r Ae.ptf U feade ntreet, New V.rb._ r 1\BVK A CO.’S l otiPfli nn Niai'P MARKS. JJ PAB1LLA —le.rv tn.U'e vairanted to a ntaia the llrta.. tf BooaJ of the rocL Pr.paieJ and for iaI» hv • „„,I DO' R A on ,Drae»l»t. ■j a IN Oil N. **0*» ADR*. M RH'fliHI II*. Al - ii a eui plv of them*at app oved alnavc ft' hr „, *> Mivt 1 ro.n»ibi_ MBBIClIf B CHUT* • f all eleae tat l-for family and Plan'aUoa uia. Alao, Phjric ana PreRet Dlmollaj - Ca.ee, ftar«toal and Dantal Inetraaieoli for. laalNdl d.'phla nriwe bv W. HMtrW * Of., 10H !B6 Main _ ^