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A‘*‘T -,«-■ tbe commissioners Iroai Alabama,
*”» F: Tuesday morning. Judge John
Sii: - i-^SrSSKJSSW
£«* ''‘"farted upon hi- h»«hly imporunt m.s
„r may KxPresident John Tyler aUo
t01Tes«erdaTmorn * )W<tf4.T morning. a» tbe
proc>'rd*d «0 tr'lu Virginia to Preside u l Buchan
£*< Judge John W. Brockenbrough, one
£ Melearn «i . e^ (,inWj by the LfWatnw
of fift c°h M*lar comniL-wioners from other Suits
W*** *a oJ adj.istme .t, arrived in the city jreter
op*9 • p
J n ..TTra,—Another of ihoudaUghtful “hope, *
fi*" '.enured ,he Exchange Hotel ard Ballard
•*,K‘h ,ou!*r with man* of It* fair guests, took place
H.ii* *° a ,hc ball-room of the Ballard, and was
T-lino 1^ «be ‘‘most brdiiaut of the season." The
crKvdeJ •*» ked thrlr prettiest; the beau* were all
UiKSpre^'j jon; ,h(, ojatic was enliven.ng to a de
**D‘ h ,rt everything conspired to gild the Heetiog
P"' jmpert memorable erjovinent to the par
J.’JE* to vbe festive scene._
. , wlU1Traf -In the Senate yesterday, the House
TH* .ting *1 is*0 tiftO for the defence of the State
*nrr*'Pr •l,U^ * 9 a a a.
b “ * i mith afitt o linens, which will, no doubt, he
•** F*i» concurred in by the House. A joint resolution,
r °r;! „, for a recess, »*' introduced in the Senate yea
p 1 hr Mr Thomas, of llenry. It is the general opin
1 k , .i . resolution, or one similar to it, should bo
*“ 1 \ 11- th members take a recess, and draw their
'ike-____
, Raita«at>.—The lumber to be m*d in the con
' ,'iof the ci.j railroad may be eipected daily
*r vj. rida A* soon as practicable, after its arrival,
jyV.rk 0» laving tbe track will Iu* commenced.
iTg<_Tbs ‘Boom of Dev'dle” will be repeated
. , v with Mis» Joey (lougeokeim, iu tbe character
,, **L,wnne "
I Tr*th .'—Hundreds die annually, from
", ,, I couch* and c« 1 Is, when by tko use of a siug.e
■i of M i'«< f’Anryther
I’lIIo ild be preserved to a greeu old age.
pfo-H fkt /Ve<», l‘kna<Utpkiax Ih~latter 7, IS'.u.
c,ns \ Pasraain (ii.uc.—To have a favorite nie« e
a cMpped or broken, a pet book with its binding
it rV a rice piece of fumituie fractured, is a terrible and
| ‘ j .troying nuisance. Not wiMott: remedy, as
n testify'. Mr. Sliding, who advertises his I’re
. ,;ia,. i,i Tke />. «*, to day, s**nt us some of it ye-U r
We l. vo’cd two hours to its practical apalica ion
two carved chairs completely rcsiorvd, many
y '. *ud ends of rhias and glass m tde tu for use, a tat
tereJ map m *d- as good as new. sever.I dsgaencolvpe
renovated, and an old *olio edi'ion of lierodoti.s
j Uomer, printed in the year whose Antique
t, ,,rt:- - literal y foav*/) w. re split, made strong enough
to „ i lor another century or two. We might have cit-ti
■ j ,. v ,| i.atitv of children’s broken toys, but caved in
sivr ait honr a: fhe worst of them. This Prepared lilue,
» icb is * liquid about as thick as glue, and applied by
aii-ush wi ich accompanies each bottle, is so iudispeu
,!• in a house that we now wonder how we could have
ease without it.
>s, J E L I. I WITIIOI T i:«V§
H or belling, can be mad* with the “darkling facia
t , . . I Ltlc or nu trcuble. For »al« by
JOHN w. garmck.
Market Face, F.anklln *t.
m I I, A VOKlHi lATRAtTS
K. ,, , Kncliah Mustard, Curry Powder. Sc , Sc. foe sale by
JOHN W GaKL’CK,
,;e Market Place, Franklin st
m« Home Article.-SKMI LS S 1NFALUBLR
blSIMi P"W'I>Kit s strictly a Virginia ariiel-r and la fast su,.er
all .‘cillsr preparation*, being cheaper and better than any
, Tin Arkek Give It a trial. For tale by ail druggists and
__*»_
U AI.IOIIU
AGENTS FOR
I.'fb and Fire Insurance,
Herring's Fire and burglar Proof Safe*,
Machine Bel.Inc. (Leather and Rubber)
Menreiy’s Church and other Bella,
Dealera In Cotton and Linen Twine*,
130 MAIN REST.
(x-9 Rlchm* nj ST
_LAW CARDS.__
CAll PATTEMML
ATTORNEY AT 1AW
WILL PRACriSK IN THE COURTS Of
BITKIN'GUAM, NELSON A.VO AMHERST.
Office Hnrklnshatn C. H.
de.l dk-n
PARKS PRI1IDEXTEB.
ATTOR N E Y A T L A W.
HI. IiiiikuiI f’llr, Vtk.
TIT I Li. practice In ail the Court., held til (he City of Richmond,
** ai. l the . 'untie*of Che,t. rBr d, Henrico and P<>*h*tan
«11.. • on the -ora,- of l ML, or Pearl anJ Main Mreet*. over the
h N *i W , k«l % Co d.20—ty
Walter u. robkrtsox,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VA.,
YVr!LL practice regslar!)’ In %ll the Court i hcl I In Iho City "I
»l K.-Lnoni), Mill Cviiiitifi of Hroilco.l'acilerfltM *i»«J A»u*
111
• .It’ ' t
PROFESSION IL >OTII E.
\r(SOD HOB I.UIN end hi* aon WOOD ROULDIN, Jr,
V r have «■* *eJ is l e practice of the law, lu the couullee of
C*..rl i>, it. 'ii and MccklrnbU'g.
W lO.i HOLLlHN.Jr, WOOD BGULDIN.
Bi.yiiba, Taictdl Poet Office,
Meoui-nburg, county. Charlotte county
jul*—ly _ __
J. TMUWR BKOM >.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VA ,
1RT1LI. practice in the Court. of the citle* of Richmond an l Pe
11 wraturg, and the count!*a „f Hearic and Chr.terSehl,
Office in Helvin'. H* ck, lith s.rct, near State flt II *u.'7—If
EVITAVK Ulltok,
ATTORNEY at 1*AW.
TRTTf ! PRtmsv la the C'urt* of Olie*, Mercer. tL.nroe,
M Ni >B!<a>iaery nn.! Pu'feikl, %nU wiU eolivct remit i>u&e
(oil v for %il cUlot* yltireJ !n L - h^r.Jt.
I » _ JyiT -
JOHN W. «ME£!«,
ATTORNEY at LAW,
IV’ILL PRACTISE to the Courta of the City of Richmond »nd
IT C int> of Henrico. Strict attention will be given to all 1 u
•I* e'.L. titled to him. ART* *ttft e, for the preaeut, with hie fa
lter Vo Green, south w.rt eor Maiu an l ilhsl*. JeV7—dly
R. O. cY B. CL BOX I.OIN.
A TTOR V EYS AT LAW,
CHARLOTTE COURT UOUBK, VIRGINIA.
i «>un« t irr'up, riw«-« j
bur* a**1 l.utiBftburg. u.v .
H. b*. IKKCX1IR1NI.
ATTORAF.Y AT LAW.
'■VRACTICKS ia the 0 urtucf Botetourt uoJ adjolntng .vunUau.
J AJdrrs*
ffM-lj Pattonaburg. Botetourt county, Va.
■l B. DOCGLAB, f. GREGORY, Ja.,
Ayl-ti’s, King Wm. Old Church, Hanover.
UUIOLAS A CRKCiOKY
Wurts ..f Ktug William and Hanover. B.
B IHH GLAB will aleu attend the Courts of Slug .1 Quern
»..•>- felS -ly
JOHN K. LAV and W.W. I*. UI'HWKLL have
w .. .. maetvvs fur the i'nti lice of Lata, lu th«
bounty of Chesterfield.
JOHN 9. LAY also practice* to Potr'.ialan. AJ.lreuu, Bubletft
P. 0., P -what an.
WM. P. B1 KWH. I, also practices la all the Courts of the t tty «l
Alt ;aonl au.l those of the county of Henrico.
* V h, . bee!' reuuvcd to franklin street, 8 doors below the
* ._mall—ly
WM. W. 11KN UY.
A T T O K A F. X AT I, A W ,
AUeu la the Courts of OharU tte. Prince Bdward and Halifax.
Poet 9 e. Charlotte a H.,Va aplT—If
Ul» llHiHlKB has renamed the practice of LAW In the
• city of Richmond.
09 -r lu Belvis't uew bulling, oa ’1th, fronting Bank street.
)tM~U
HEAD Ql AKTEItA
SOUTHERN MILITARY DEPOT!
fltlff sut.scri.en having largely Increased their atoek of a
1 MiLirtm (MODS, I
an 1 - eaeeer.g superior fsci lt ■ » for obtain'ng both the foreign fl
» ’> • » t> de In this line, are prepared to offer eilraor ia
dlnary iDducemcnta to all In want of
MILITARY EQUIPMENTS,
The' r slock embraces
Kpaulettes !n every variety
Re.nilaUrn Sword* sad Belts
Buttons, Laces, Binding. Webbing,
bat t general assortment of the usual
Trimmings for I islrortna.
MITCHELL A TYl.fR,
Main Street, Richmond Ya.
Dealer fa Watches, Jewelry, River Ware, Spectacles, Military
and fancy Goode nuA—dim.
NkVI tBLIASI HIL.iMI.-IW khlk prime New
, . M . f, r ,ale ’ v _
EDMOND, n.AVKNPORT A CO.
SHOCK*'S MILL
RICHMOND GROUND PLASTER.
f|MIK a| KM 11IHKR is prepar d with a full stork of
l ».ndt. r t v»v « Books) Lump P.aster, to supply fresh ground
P' inter io any .giant.
He begs >»ve. at the present time, specially to Inv’te the stten
*'*>•' of ifie far era to this article as a mute, riau.MST and vat.
f»Hj Inpri Y»r, ptrfsArrd
. AT HOME.
•ram select ons of pure rich Lump, qvalliy guaranteed, an ‘ fur Ian
sd at less cost than In any other market, for similar qualify.
JOHN U. OLAIB RNK.
)%« O®. e No. U Pearl Bt.
|.’IHM|| • A R PICT Htlik, A t LINKS. al„ IN
■ KT.at abundance.— We have a large as^etm-nf <>t french
ftoryet Kays and Yabeeu. of all elaea and uasiltlea, t > which we In
• he ib. sue-1 „, ->f all In want, as we will sell them at prices
A> i annul fai to please. Also. Le<ti«e Bon-t Oates, la gnat va
riety- AUAANllU HILL A IV,
NT Ma'n Street,
a..*t El. be».,a,L Ya
PHEPAKK POR < HUIHI WAN.
\LJ K have just rece've.l a* other supply of
" B ark Dreae Bolts
fancy I'aaslmer. Business Suite
Bis » Beaver Oiolh Over Coale
Brown do do do
Blue ftlok do do
Wnh god Without Capes, for both men and boy’s wear, so at to
ah In w sal of Christmas cloth-w to be soppitesl, at prices to
•eh the times. NOAH W»LKXU A CO ,
W!*- li*, fener Main and Hlh or Peurl Bta. _
G A K. -3U hhds'atr to eholee New Or van* Sugar, fue eal*
“ *>p j*yi wm. Wallace y>wa
UAf ON NIOM.-ful.hd, prime Baeuu Rdeu, fot sale by
W !w WM. WALLAOBfo'NB
\V ** '"R V.-lbun bkU Vbkaky, all quulilleu, for sole by
’» labl-lw _ H M WkLLkCI BONfo^
— TW attention »f grocers and merchants gen«r
i shy. w riHriUke«plv<i l.falllbl (g-sh lug rotor
■«P at me usslciw, sad swpertor to muub uf On klt-d befose the
rt(bTr®N » AMM.-lm boles ’ L'.i.o MUM, ' toe gate b/
^ f*-1 L A « B. DAVfNPOkT
--
OHIA.MS.
FROM WASHINGTON.
RAMROAP COVtTatmojt-*ROPOHR|> nKSIIi* ATIOX ©V MRU
BMLR or COmitlMI—TH| rORRAMIlill AT rCMSACOLA
aso the ruima or the riort.a them.
Washington, Jan. £ird —A Convention of delegates
representing the grand trunk railroads of the Eastern,
Northern, Middle and Wea'ern States, hare been in ses
sion here lor the purpose of adjusting their schtduies of
freight and chatgvs. They say that their freight business
has been largely increased in the Northern Atlantic
States, while in the Southern Atlantic it has fallen off—
These gentlemen hare manifested much concern about
the coaditiou of the country, and hare endeavored to
irdnee the Representatives of their respective districts to
adopt the Crittenden or some other like plan of adjust
ment.
A number of members of the House of ReFrerenta
tives have signed a recommendation that they all resign
their seats and go home, leaving it to the people to clevt
a new Congress 'o assemble before March. The reason
assigned is the inability of the present Congress to ad
just the difficulties of the country.
A naval officer has been sent to Fort Pickens with
such instructions ss will prevent a collission with the au
thorities of Florida. •*
Capf. Armstrong, late Commandant of the Pensacola
Navy Yard, arrived here to-day. He icjiorts to the De
partment that of the sixty officers and men under his
command at the Yard, three-fourths were secessionist*,
who have joined in the revolution. He says that had
he attcni|>’«d resistance with his men against the four
hundred under Col. Chase who commanded the surrender,
the secession feeling was so ioteuae among his own men
that it would have thwarted the effort. He relates an
instance of a man beiug stabbed for avowing f’nion sen
timents. Shortly before the surrend* r, he says the se
cession feeling was far from being so strong, but CoL
Chase had greatly stimulated it by means of public
meetings.
When, under the order of L'eut. Renshaw, the Araeri
cau flag was being lowered, it sudd nly fell to the ground,
when a loud shout went up front the exulting luulutuJ-,
led by an officer of the navv, attached to the steamer
Wvandotte; which vessel, Ins been since drlered to
Philadelphia. Lieut. Sami lets, who hid come to Pensa
cola, as bearer of dispatches to him, ^Capt. A ,1 had then
demanded ot him the surret.der of his (punters for the
use of the Secessionists. He refused, ami was told they
would be t.ken firm hint. He replied that it would te
an act of war against the Uuibd States. He was after
wards condncUd to the nav v vard, and into the prere ice
oflrpt Arms'roug, who had then surrendered, when
finding resistance unavailing, he consented to abandon
his quartets lie says there are only eighty men at Fort
l'icken, to matt -4" guns.
CONGRESSIONAL PRi K2EKDINGS.
Washixotun Jan. 2-!td—Sfiwit —Mr. Iverson, of
Georgia, at his own te-pust. was discharged from further
service on the Committee ol Claims.
The bil p'ov d ng for the removal of the St. Louis
at set al, and the -ale of the laud oa which it is loi red,
pass d.
T'im IVit-Anil.-n reaelirinns were laid ever uni th.
T riff bill was ukeu up, and referred to a special com
mittee.
Th - Pacific railroad bill was taken up, and a warm dis
cussion arose between Douglas and Trumbull, and sub
s tjUiUily between the former and Bet jarain. The came
of John Wrutworth, as one of the corporators, wa
s ticken out, and a large number of names of gctrlemeu
count eted with railroads, including James Barbour, ol
Va , added.
Mr. Green of Missouri, suggested that Wendell Phil
1 ps and John Brown Jr,be added, as agents of the
cu Jergrotl"d railroad.
Wtu'e the bill was still under discu sion, the Senate ad
jourued.
Home.—The report of the Committee of Thirty-three
was ag-in tak- n up.
Mr K bridge, of Tennessc, endeavored to show that
no sufficient reasou exists for di-union, and that no
da iger need be apprehended troni the rule of the R pub
icais 1I-* made a long and element sjieech in favor ol
the Union.
Mr Lov. joy, of Illinois, made a strong speech agait st
auv eon prom'se by the North and in favor of eoercitif.
the seceding States.
Thu Speaker communicated a letter from the members
of the Georgia delegation notifying biro of their with
drawal trom the Hou-e. in consilience of the secession
of their Slate from the Union.
Mr Montgomery, ol Pennsylvania, proposed that every
number of tic House resign aud thus bring the subject
directs b> fore the people.
Mr M.Pherson denounced the Southern movement m
th« diabolic il organization and conspiracy of disappoint
ed ambition.
Mr. Winslow, of North Carolina, obtained the tl >or,
whan the llou.-c adjourned.
LATER FROM EUROPE
AKKIVAL UK THK AltUiO.
Tin: Jlg'Klt.FO F.\ A'llfti OF FA I'LKS.
EFFECT OF THE AMERICAN CRI
MS l> EI KOPE.
AFFAIRS AT liOME.
Saw Youc, Jan. j .—The steamship “Arrago"arrived
to h>y, bunging London papers of the 9th.
Among her passengers is Captain Ingraham, United
St;4 N 1VT.
The bombardment of G icta continued, and on the
5th -hells were thrown into the room immediately over
that occtipi-d by the King, the danger coming 60 close
home to liiui that his Mimsters urged him to change h;s
qusi tors.
Uungaiian, Polish and Garil. Idian voluntee s were
arriving at Pisa, for the German Principalities.
The Emperor of Austria has proclaimed a general am
nesty to jolitieal offenders, comprehending Hungary,
Transylvania, Croatia ard Sclavonic.
A deficit ol two millions of francs appeared in the
Bank of France, Wednesday, and the prospect as to the
future operations i regarded as discouraging. The dis
turbance in the United State- affects Fiance as disvt
rou.-ly as it does England.
The “City ot Washiugloii’’ will bring out Learly half
a million in specie.
Placards were posted in Romo the 5 h, exhorting the
K .mans to await the arrival of the Sar linians. The Nea
politan troops l.ad been ordered foine. A depot of aitrs
had beeu discovered in th F’oro Appio.
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA,
ccators sight ai.vk.Mi k»—Jttrniic-os navis k k krksi -
llKNT— Lkmas ro THK GOVKRNOB.
CiiakLCStoN, Jan. 2a — Monday night, the sentinel at
the Battery on the beach of Sullivan’s l-knd, discovered
a boat containing tl.iee men, k| proaching the shore, with
muiiled oars, from Fort Suiuter. lie hailed tin in, but re
ceded uo a’.swi r. He theu warned them off, but they
paid uo attention to him. He theu tired iuto the boat,
n itit*v tur. . d about and went awav. Soon after, a
uoisc heard at Fori Sumter like that made l»y hau1
iug up about. Oue man is said to have been wounded.
It is supposed to hate been an attempt at desertion,
though some persons think it was a desperate scheme to
ruu tbe gauntlet of the sentry, and spike the guns of the
battery.
Ytsierdav the Sen a to refused to make an appropria
tion for tbe purpose ot hying a sub-marine telegraph
connecting the fortifications ol the harbor with the War
U |K»rtiu. nt iu the city. It is supposed this work will be
executed when it becomes more ueccs ary.
Hou. Jefferson Davis was expected to arrive in
Charleston last night. He is spoken of by many persons
“here in connection with the Presidency of the Southern
K. public. Iu the eveut of war, it i* thought he will be
elected.
Tbe legislature is expected to adjonrn Friday or Sat
urday. The Convention will then be reassembled.
Among the letters rveeivid by Governor Pickens are
luanv anonymous insulting ones from the North. He
has al-o received one Irom a vouug man ot the North
tendering his services in the navy of South Carol.m,
which have been accepted, provided his testimonials are
tatisl'aciory. His letter is a noble one.
roCKSDUtOSO*fttGEORGIA CONVENTION.
Milleiioeville, Jan. 33.—The Convention has deter
mined to go iuto an election to-morrow ot ten delegate
to attend the Convention at Montgomery, the 14th tf
February. The members are to go under instructicns,
and all tbe Southecu State* are invited to send delega e .
The special order for to-day, the ordinance concert
ing tbe Afikan slure trade, was taken up and after be
ing so aaiecded as to change the penalty from death
to imprisoumeut in the Penitentiary, and the clause pro
nounc ng it piracy stricken out, was passed unanimously.
Mr. Hill, of Troupe, offered an ordinance (which w. s
relered) for continuing iu force the present postal, rev
enue and other laws. He said we would soon have
another Government established on the basis of the old
one. . ..
Judge Benning presented an ordinance for continuing
in force tl • laws concerning the inter-State slave trade;
also, a resolu ion lor the appointment of commissioners
to all the slave Sutes. , ,, .
Mr. Cobb reported an ordinaDC' revoking the federal
jurisdiction overall lands cedel to the Gtu ral Govern
ment, and authorising payment for the for.8, arsenal <,
Ac. It was laid over.
It is generally conceded that Toombs and Howell C bb
will be two of the delegates to the Moutgnuery Couvtt
lion. There b &oom dbagrtemeal as to other dtlcgit a
no precedence being given to the members of Cougnss
There is general satisfaction expresaed at the passage el
the otd nance concerning the Alrtcan Blare trade.
« y RTH CAROLINA.
CONVENTION BILL STILL IN OOCBT—COMMISSION*«S TO
VVXSHISIITOS.
RtLBir.n, Jan 33 —The Couveutiou bill was sgvin un
der distfu-.-ion to-dav, the point in i-sue bring Ur lime
at which it -hail meet. The fate of tie measure is still
iu doubL
A resolution was offered to-day lor the appointment
of Commissioners to Washington, iu accordance with tl e
invitation and action of \ irgmia. It w.ii made the spe
cial order for to-morrow.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH BRITON. w
Pobtland, Jan. 23.—The steamship “North Briton,
from Liverpool, has arrived.
Sales of Cotton for the week amounted to 67,< 00
bales—the market showing an advancing tendency on
last week’* rates. Friday, the market was active, but
prices were unchanged.
Flour dowuward. Wheat also downward. Corn dull.
Consols 91 3 -4 to 91 6-8.
FROM MEXICO—CAPTURE OF MIRAMON.
New Orleans, Jan. 23 —News has been received from
Vera Crux to the ItHh mot. Miramon, the defeated lead
er of the Church party, ha* been captured by a paitv of
ludiaoe, three of whom were siaiu iu the attempt Juv
rex left Vat* Crus for the city ot Mexico the 6th mat.
FROM FLORIDA.
rxNSA'-oLA, Jan. 23.—Florida troop, are mouutiug
two I’olumbiada at Fort Rarrancas, to-day. Tbe *' Lone
Star'* saluted in pa&ung.
Forts lVkrns aud McRae are being invegled by the
allied troop* of Florida and Louisiana.
RETURN OF A FUGITIVE SLAVE.
Clivkland. Ohio, Jau. 23.—In the case of the fugi
tive slave girl, Lucy, Irom Wheeling, arrested here, the
defence was withdrawn to-day, and she will be sect back
to Virginia to-morrow.
FROM LOUISIANA.
Baton Rein a, Jan. 23.—The Legislature of this State
is dow in s< ssion. Tbe Governor, iu his menage, advo
cates the secession of the State. Ihe tone of the docu
ment is uncompromising.
MAHK*T8.
Xew Vo-a, January 28.—Cotton 1 .wer F our heavy and un
changed W heat lower; white he* 'eel red one to twe ceot. Corn
* e*vy; mixed 68© (9c ; 8<u torn while 75©T8cen't. Lard quilt
a* li H©°*.« Sugar dull; Orlesu* f l*©6J4. 8pts Turpentine
Arm A SO.S©37. Kudo < u>I at t i 2 Co I Works hlghe; New
York Central* 79; Virginia 6 * 76)4; Missouri's fi-*4.
Bai.timo-1, Jan. 98.—Flour steady; Howard Mr.-.t and Ohio
45 50 Wheat ready; red 1.3 ©ISA cents; white 141 to 1GJ centa
Corn Arm; T- lliw Cd©A3c ; white 6* to 70c. Provision* active;
Mm Pork 41J Lard lOJf. Whisky, lower, 18c.
TIE STATE CONYENTn N.
»r^iRRr»KWICkC'OlIllTl.-HeRn.
Oj- Editors —Col.James It Mallory wr» announced here
to dav *» a cauill la e tor Ihe C* nvtuti in. It h«sbe-n may year*
siuee he hi* taken an aitlfe part In pill lea; tut Ihtt fact 1* one
of, r. commend ill n to our support He Is wet loforu rd, Intel
llgent, conservative, and Arm, loyal to the Union rs lone a* we
can preserve our lights In it, and true to Vligtnta, and rlllier In
ter.-s'», whatever fate may betid - her. He Is 'cr arsrit'ng alt 'he
right* of the 8 uth; but he will ethatsl all mean* of re Irus In the
Union, tefore ho will l ok elsewhere f r redress No belt r ran
ean to fouad In Brunswick c u-ly, to whom we may conA le the
vastly Important Interests wo hue at sink* In the convettkn.
Yours, respect ally.
Lawrenceville, Jsn 19. 1361.
ll \*OY LK <*OI'ATI. —At a meet
O'ln< i f .'tils ns of Minever count;-, held In pursuance
of notice at th Oourt-Houre on Hi * 22.1 of January, fav rable to
endeavoring to otlaln the rights oT the s, uth in tti • Unljn, before
r s >rtlr* to tx ren.e me- sorts, Edmu d IVmston, Esq , was called
t • the chair, an t II F * sualian a| p in id Secretary.
U. too I n, WM. NEI.AON, Kiq., was unanimously select d as a
candida'e to.- the Convention.
A committee haviug wail.-1 on Mr N I-or and li.krmed him of
bis n-minatlon, he app. a-ed l> fore the me ting, and accepted the
p nil Inn I a terns ks gfowin with patriotism, declaring his l..tei t on
It elected to do »ll It 1 It power to malot«ln a- .1 it cure i rtry riyM
of t‘ wSi u'h ar.l at the same lime to m vke a I honorable eltorts to
do do so to the Union.
EDMUND WINSTON, Chairman.
li F V >i ...nx. Secretary._j 24
TO TIIK « ITI/.Klh or KING
a»-v W ILLI \M.—Messrs Editors: 1 teg 'he sp~e* In your
coluniiS to rail to the notice of the dtireus of King Wll lsni ihe
n .ins of B. 11. DOUOLAS as a candid .te 'or the Conven’lo Ills
luno.ty, fidelity, abititr and d.vctlou to yrur rights have been
evted In a th. u;and dilfereiit ways, and whin veryrur lights are
iso led or y. ur Interes’s Involved. Ms eloquent Vi I-e 's always
heard v indicating the one cr defiudi g the other. 11 • was a mem
ber of both bodies on a slmllvr oc-a-lon bet. re. and received the
plaudit of well d ine gutd and faithful servant. If you tr, him
aralr h • will be equal to Die task.
* jail—v d A. 8. XWENT,
COL. GEO. \V. Ki€IIAMl>h01l
Bs ^ will be a candidate to represent the comity of Hauo
vcr In the Convention to meet on the lJJi rebtuary Mil, at uie
earnest call of
)»«-»!. MANY VOTERS.
FOCI THE < O* VE VriO.V
y* Jt ROllf f. MORRIS will be voted for as one of the
l) leg*.** to the STATE CONVENTION, flom ti lt city, by many
voters who ap ree'ate bis peculiar fitness lor the posit.cn.
j*2l—td _ __
TO WOOD IUI LDI V
.!K Dear Sir We, tn c ,mm*n we believe, wltn an ove
whelc mg majority f your fellow-e l set*. desl'e that yru .hall
epresentthe county of Chi’lotte In tne Convention t f the State,
ehieh has just been ordered by the Leglsla’u'e. As the day of
election 1* tear at hand wet«ketld» met'o I of presenting veur
name to the vote s of the ccunty, and hope yen will expte.a ytur
willingness to serve them.
Thus P Richardson, B M Gipson,
John P Brown, A. A. Wllbon,
Winslow It .blnson, Hits H Adsms,
Win W. Hmry, Tho* J Spencer,
Ro H Robinson, J W Pgg’cstor,
Powhatan HoalJln, ti-o. N tantstall,
Ai red R Watklnj, Thos Pugh
JamuJ. W, rJ, JihnG Smith,
A Barksdale, 'Vnt A. 8* I h,
J It K..rd, 1>. H. Merton,
J. W. Marshall, W D. «**land,
Junes P. Mar-hall, Rufus Primer,
Th. mar K. Mirth til, H Handley.
January 1C l‘C’. 1*19—fit
V it LOTTE ror^TV.-Ms-re
Th ' I as P. Richardson, John P. Brown, Winslow
R. hin.on, Wm W. Htnry and others
Genll-men-In obedience to the call of yourselves and other
!eti *a, I annour.e myse f a candidate to represent the paep'e o’
lha. 1. tto in the approat hing St ite Convention.
Verv respectfully, your lilen l, Ac.,
WOOD BOOT.UN.
Roanoke, Jaw. II, '981- __ _ J»*l ■
3^' > Q iff Rj. —As the time m v. ry limited
#t ,j . that we have to confer trpeiher, t ■ s lecl a deleg.le
:o th • convention,* propore thu* th* people ol the three c .unlit*
New Kel t, I a le* City, an.) Jam.s City, shall m.el at their re
p-el ve ouit Druses, on Wed' e,day the 18il tr at , an I that we
«h.ll app lot de’eg ite* from su It county to meet, say at Charles
•’y Court Hon»e, on the teat .lay, (Ihuinlay the N't.) to aelecl
i .. egate to ti e convention. It I* hoped that this will m*et with
e approval ol alh T i.ue of meetlti/, »ay 11 o’clock.
Let every one attend witho.l regard to weather.
JaH-t.t _ _
KIM: GRREK, J.inuarv 18, leAl.
EDITOR O!' THE M **■«
Peiit Ms : Please announce ine a* a Candidate for Ite
ipprnicUrg State Convention, front the Dlst'lel of which the Le
aidaiure shall dctcrmlr * Powhatan shall ks a putt. As die (eaarn
f the y ear, the almost Impaaslhillty of the roads, ard tho short
Ime allowed for t-e -anvasa will render anything >lk » a g.-arral
>er*. n»l c mutual atlon »ith the people of the District Impossible,
1 sha l pr sect them with an address, as a substitute therelor.to
vhlch 1. especially beg U.t'rklnd c nil h ration.
Yocr*, tiuly,
jaK-_C C.I.EE.
TO JOII\ O. STEUEK. E«*<{ ,
ir. lina Sia Psli.v.ng that. In the preset' cits a. f the
c oiin'ry’aaRal's, theb stun! mist rel able tnrn al. ullberaledlo
Mat .(gnd in ,w I.g th it you |.o iro M e | isltri Ml
I iuS 'rn s.;e to represent th-lrue mtt rests ol Vugli is It. the.- at.
it to bi htld, we earnestly rtquekt yon to ail wjonr
Haiti'* tube pre-ente I ! . the vutei* o the city a* one tf tlie'.r del
egate* to sa'd Convention
Very respec folly,
Your fri i.dl and fellow ritiiens,
Geo. W Hobson, ttam'l J. Hair son,
K H. Meade. P. T. Moore,
llnbert P Kf kvra, J U. Clvb rue,
W. White, 8 iu. P Pa tucr, M D.,
T Robe.ta Baker, V. B. M ade,
V. M Claiborne, Jno. P Lil le, M D,
A M Udirv, GeO W. Jones,
Wa. G Wiliams, A Morris.
T). Pollard. M 1*., Loral, r V J..ne«,
Jo*. 8. James, J P Duval,
K. 8. Ta'iVetro, K Pay son Reeve,
P A. Welfoi.l, W. L Baker,
Chas. A Rose, N P. bheppard,
Tho*. K • rice, James M a sh.
R P. Richardson, J H. Mur.ford,
Ed C. Drew. R M Nlmtno.
MaswellT Clarke, J H. blalr;
Wa'ler I. Marlin, W. O. It *rvie,
B«K. Ms.de, N Bampsou,
Lewi* H. Blalr. W. ti, Pollard
Richmond, Jan 1th 141. Jan 17 - tf
Rii'iitioKP, Jan. lt'tli, 1uOl
To M.asrs Geo.ge W. Hobson, Parnuel J. Harris .n, It. U. M.ade,
P. T. M .ore and othe.s
lisMikstt —My attention ha* been called to your 1 tier In the
Dlapateh of till* morn ng. req lift g that I would allow my aaine
to I e p - settled to the voters of Klthmoa I, at u Candidate for the
state Convention, to he held on the Id h of Eebtuary tie*:. Unaf
f-cledly .li*tru*tful ol my quallth-atUm* fut so h!g . and r.sponsl
ble a p .sill'll. Il would he 1.1 >re tg'e ab e to me personal y, that
the trus' should be confided to some one more able and eaperlenc
et than myself. Hut In the present crisis ol our alfilrs, demini
ng lu my judgement, the promptest and most 'tclde.l meisure*
for the protection and preservation »f the right* of Virginia, In
..... . If noaalhle. If not. then cut ,f It. I do il .t feel at liberty
to »l l,hoi . lr«.ui my native State any service, which 10 large and
rrspeclsLL :i portion of my fellow el'-lieni may ih'nk It Is In my
power to rend. r.
You are at liberty, therefore, to use my name aa you desire, w.th
the assurance that should It b- the pleasure of my fellow cttigeaato
cooler upon me so distinguished a trust, 1 shall endeavor to dis
charge it with firmness and llJellty. Whl’e, gentlemen, I have
confided my name to you, to be used as you may de.-m best for
the promotion of lhoje high Interest! ahlch are so dear to us all
you must permit me to espress the earnest hope, that you will at
once withdraw it. wheneve" the success of those In'eres's and the
cnrulal un on of our f,lends shall demand It Tiiankingyou.gtii •
tlemen, for the kind and too puitlal sentiments expressed In yonr
letter,
I am \ ery truly
Ycur friend and fellow cU!z»n,
JOHN 0 8TIC0ER.
NhW KENT, January Hi, Ihdl.
TO THE EIHTOK OF THE
3- WHIG —I desire to call the attention of the counties
,.f ,\L.» gem, Charles City, and James City, to the name of aa
Pr, sided Tt LKK, as the mo-t fit and appropriate person to repre
sent us In 111 - Convention. 1 have not heard a dU.etillng voice
every one acknow.edges that 1 e is the man for the piece. This is
entirely without Mr. Trier’s knowledge. Some have asked will he
accept« W thoat knowing -u} thing from him dlrec.ly or Indirect
ly, 1 will undertake to answer for him. Join Tyler will ueter
sh’iink Iroai any duty when his native St ite stands In need of his
services Then, with one voioe. let his name be enrolled as the
Delegate from the above counties. NEW KENT.
JntS—Id
^TIIE CONSERVATIVE AIEN
of lh s city will vole for and usun tont.«CT the fol
lowing gc Yemen to represent Richmond In the State 0 nvenllnn :
w. u Uscraacahn, wvsdham aotiaKTSOS,
uariira a MOUAOX,
JaiT_COV88RTAT1V t_
I I1EREBV ANNOI NC E Nl
BvaP SELF a CANDIDATE for the CONVENTION from the
Countiei of AMELIA and NOTTOWAY.
jal«_td _ S. 8. WKI8IQIR.
T. DANIEL is a Candidate for tbe
yyv^r. Convention from the City of Richmond.
Election ftbroa y UVh. JaM— if
GREASE EATK.UTOR,
FOR RKM VI10
PAIflT^ TAB, WAX,
OR AST K1RD OF
GREASE,
race an. nits of
81LK AND WOOLEN DRESSE8,
AND PROM
Broadcloths. Cassimores, &o
Wilkaut the tlivkUM injury iu IS* fabric*.
run 18 article has been uaed by many persona throughont th
I country and has received the hlgheat recoromendatlons. It
also received the sliver medal at the last Mechanics’ Pair. It Is
made tn this city, and deserves the patronage of the Booth. To be
had of the principal druggists and at myJaboristory, corner Main
and Kith ata, Richmond, Va. EDWARD T. flNVH,
f^ls-ly Analytical Chemist.
rtEPnPD MFC IKS, err lo»f, ikimikd,
K puWDKHBD, VKANVLATKit, COFFEE,
Mlft lHN In ."re and f-r sal. by 8‘LDEN A MILLER,
®J® ' I Liner Pearl A Cary etr ets.
_ |'T|P Pg, t!t rER>«ds Ions on board schooner Geo. V
janB°U' F°r ,4U bJr_ •8HRILD8 A 80MKRVILLF.
AllVf y oytRCOIT*' ARMY OVERCOATS !
DI HR ACOTT, HARR'S A CO. have this day received another
lot of Armv Overcoats, large sites and of the beat material. C»U
i;\,j...n,procure. llAli.ACOTT, HARMaCO.^
tite_ state convention.
HlEflURl. WW. II. HAI FA!!.
HOST LAND. JOHN miNOH MUTT*. AND
nAlt aADUKB JOHN*»T.-R»« uwjWe a p.r
tluo of your fell >w ritiseoa, having unbon tded confidence In your
ahlllty paolotiam, virtue, and wli Jom, and of your davoth n to
the Union and Con t tu liu of the "Wtod Mate., aa well ai for the
de p later cat and honor of Vlrg nla, reapectfudy rak you to repre
.aut ui (II elected) to the Convention to be bell lj February next:
Chari sa Palmer, N J Read,
Thoe Sampson, J»™“ « Bilan,
K T James, Ct>‘3“.
Mai tin Burton, M D., £»»'><* L*Jdon,
Hamad Putney, rntsr A " J^slt r,
J A hlchardaen, ADpoctley,
B H Smith. J BBoyter.
Joseph BruuimtU, S»^*£ ?, Word,
Stephen Hugfcea, W m U Hi bbard.
Joan Piiinu, £VS\? 0irdDer»
Peter Ma', *d
Imc Davmpoit, Sr., ® 1 “*•
H War.lwell A 0o„ *A ko _
ii W Chalk Tno» M Kimbrough,
Tf T Honda’-, Samuel II Dove,
Ro V Prlddv, iuhn Neaton Van Lew,
Pat It Butler, Tr.ow Nowland,
James H Man hall, S*o Palmer,
(leo W 8a.l h, Wirt Robinson,
Wm S Roy-ter, Iho* A Mrander,
Patr ek b’RMy, * ° Farley,
A Y Stokes, Th0,„'al1"'
P W Hsrwcod, *»» Qi,c“k,n*.
J B Stegall, T,|os Walsh,
John IMJaarlea, i;hn.Bon r,
H M Smith, Charles Oeneett,
Wm Sears Wood, Pleasants,
John K Whitlock, * R Naglard,
Bcverl. Cloploo, Wir. I „w. r»,
J 8 • ■ raves, Peyton O Baj ly,
John W MeKIrl, Thompson Tjler,
Francis J 8m.t , wN°is»' .
W Holt Rlchardaou, Wm M RttelllTa,
Jr ha Wider, ,
WmAll.n, Joseph Q Dill,
J hoTnomjiOO, K'rk’
j j pry H L Men tliih,
I'hisF Butler, £ ‘Weed,
O. o W Du starry, “ „ Col<,>
Wm F Harwood, ,
R U Blulon, 0 w Coagdon,
Jar.b Kzekle', John N Montague,
I bos Dlddrp, A »* Ibrook.
Ihrs II Humphrey*, « A Turner,
Benj F Uump're)*, A Be I,
Tim ithy Riardon, J L Reese, jr,
J dm Horan, W h Chalkley,
0 as J klutcn,
\t B Dabney, WraJ Barker,
ihoaF.nnlg, MhJoi Oraves,
K twaid liiilbi, '»vl (irifflii,
Charles Dugaii, Martin Kltornn,
ML had Callahan, Morrlt Morlarty,
A M Janr.ev, Kersey,
Daniel Hint, Reiten Smith,
R A Burroughs, Joseph B Sacrey,
Joseph Trimmer, Htnry C Arnltt,
Thos C Kpps.jr, Ludwe'l Penny,
Ja* 11 Butler, A A Adklnson,
Tlieo E more, Jo* M Carroll,
R F Rodford, Benj A Hooper.
R Maynard, w“ R Holland,
W (ioduln, * Richard Aroell,
Ja* Pa terson, A " Bason,
J II Perkins. J Lsnge.
John W Ke'ley, J Matey Voehtl,
J M Lorkrane, John F Regnault,
SJAroail, Ja* Jones, jr,
J L Reeve, •' M«.icr,
ADTiasley, 0 tlerriminn,
Jas H Ptcol, R 11 Howell,
ThosTIn ley, John On *s,
J ,S F Win. Held, W H Todd,
Wm II Dai n, James l.trd,
UW Leigh, John W Ow.n,
Leweiiyn inonpson,
D II Collin*. “ W elker,
Wm N Tlneley, W in Maggcrseppl,
P W Kin*. M t>uium«*r,
Jo in W Woolly, W m Katie,
A U L'pscorub, J 8 Tnamle,
Rpetlle. August wllltnorf,
Welter Mackey. «• "rge Specal.r,
L .1 ger Perrual, W in N William*,
Will A Dillard, K W'lngfleld,
I. W D wuer, U KUher,
Fra .k Pierce, J »*'• Mlflon,
N W Welsh, J»s Leaven,
Tine Kelley. W 11 Merlin,
Tbn« Connelly, David Lambert,
Ro l> Longeet, WlrtRober'.,
Jai T Feld, J M T‘>b
Omni n 8 fatter, « * Polleaua,
B lUagg, B 8 Ellington,
T T Taylor, Logan T 8ult.r.
Geo W At.e'ln, Hyram W Tyler,
v J Addington, John Prltchelt,
Job AiUns. W Muon,
J W llilvatd, * 11 Pollock,
Jamee Hamilton, W Knlpe,
ll.o T H Halo, Thi a Duke,
John U Gentry, B Coi»,
fa »ln L'|»-omb, B T Rieno’ll.
Wm B Tin.mas, Johi *n“ Tit pin,
R T AWcy, J ' R'lnoe.
Hugh N P'en', WmHIyler,
E n HI. If rd, Luther Libby,
Ileury C Tyrer, J*. B Oall.her,
A Ml epaugh, * * JL'f.lf'"‘ od*
UATiavere, RT Walker,
Ji lin THa-del. k, Beo 8 You g,
JEM* on, Jemee Turner,
Samuel Ga>blight, John Brothers,
llenry T Stratton, John Tamer,
J. n W C?c»lT Wm Pfuan»er,
M ir in M Llpecemb, J 8 B.rney,
John II ll-rueek, «*» Brooke fm Ih,
Win Alegre, John 8 Wlll'emi,
Kill, ml T Hale, M 8 Cooper,
I.swieooe N, Ian, J M Co .|.tr,
Vtlrliai I Ci eiy, A E Graham,
And W dale, B W Hmoie,
John "nl I’t, JeeMHI'l,
Wm Batoliff, Wm° Hill,
die hen i li lellan, Ejwal.l P Hill,
Albert ll-aufo I, John «rott,
Samuel It Ki.nilenhash, Be: j Bull.
Juki Hum) hrey, Henry Bull,
J L Tru heart, Thu* fleer),
gen url P Trewu'o, F W Rtev unge,
'*i tl Delh Wm 8'iaake,
R’eha I r. Writ, w-m H Green,
John A Pavne, John A Ptevenaon,
Daniil Limterd, Jaiuee P.n-,
W Ba'lvn, John Many,
T rele J Frailer, Win II Harrieon,
J II Lamb,lli, Jaine* Adame,
t K Bootwilght, R Aim.tn ng,
R A Hio k, H K Fo rd,
Geu W Peinheiloo, Simon Gay,
Peter C Pimbeilon, Patrick Creamer,
Al nr i J Chappell, » B Pleasant-,
LG focie, PC P eter,
R i hard T llo' k- r, David Richardson,
H A Ta'um, MD Dillon McCormick,
M I. Tun u. A B Hall,
Gto A Ourtere, JasCusily,
Danie' llundley, W m II Klee,
G W Cassidy, J llendireon,
R II Nailer, WTPrarrl*.
Jataia II May, Til Fio'ta,
/ DMo.w, Jm AS ott,
Antelo kii t s, DertWcll Pi intuit,
I*, II Koraugh'y, Jno Pruett,
Jonas W* dtaraou, Jno Wood,
Da»l.l Ought on, JslSexton,
F D Willi line, Ja. C Mil'*,
Wm C WTI.Iami, J.arph Yane'e,
Th s 8 Albev. Philip klcGehee,
J icph 11 Colquitt, M* llo Phlne,
Win H Sutherland, Ben Woody,
Jae J Sntbeilaud, L Barlor l,
John G Winn, Marlin Haughty,
Thns D Gua He, Ja* B William.,
ad li h Rug era, Che* P Tallaid,
V J Clultir, Daniel biller,
I D vaux. Ctiger Altcchre, Jr
Jr.o A Whlteford, P fll.ude.
Win A Wyatt, August Gras*,
C E Orohiuwatd, B W Allen.
G II ltriehng, P Vincent
H Stockman, Jo# Door ding, r,
P Plrye, P«tii< k M- Nt*»l,
R Hrumnorr, Wm A A lev,
0 Brumrner, Joo T PriDcIi,
0 On k, K H An Irrtoii,
K Clash am, JnoLiweon,
II Buck.rl, Jai P Gallagher,
Louis Peter*, E K Loe aood,
J M Lyi emen, B P W'slier,
Wm I oilman, GroSYoung,
Then H Roberta, Ja. Turner,
JUTvhr, W'm Hrumini r,
J’aLPge, EPBamei,
C K Chapin, J 8 tarn.*,
Jihn Tyler, 0Grady,
Ro C hlrhulaa, Jr JnoSar.ay,
1 W_1 III.,. . J I. Tvia. L
K Adams, Criarlei Stebblnr,
J:u Bolton, MU F McCarthy,
I’ G Coah/, Augustus Morris,
O G Cosby, Andrew Pixtlnl,
J II Word, J HarroW,
A Gould mao, " ® W»lff,
Jto H Anderson, David Baldwin,
Thos Lawson, Jr James G Kea I.
Jnn T Anderson, Christopher BolUer,
Ja*4-2t
ROBINSON'S phactk k,
WEST A JOHNSTON,
145 Main Street, Richmond, Vs ,
puhlls’i the Pract’ce la Courts of Justice In England and the
United States; by Conway Robinson 4 veil, 124.
The annexed te uminendatlon of Robinson’s Practice Is from the
Judges of the C urt of Appeals in the Bute of Virg nlt:
Ptitx Corar-Hoisi. Richmond, Nov. 22, 1M0.
Messrs. West A Johnston: Gentlemen, The v-duxes ol Mr. Con
way Robinson’s new work on Prac-lce have come to our hands as
t! ey have Issued successively fr m the press, and we have from
time to time re'erred to and examined thetr contents.
We find the w. rk a fu.l and copious treaties, in a condensed
form, upon the rubjccts to ahlch H relates : embracing 4' a large
extent, principles as well as practice, marked with great accuracy
in Its references and citations, and the distinctions which are laid
down and explained, and written in ths terse and concise style so
appropriate to a work of this character.
Werigardthework as worthy a place In the library of every
Iswyer, and think that, whether at the Bar or on the Bench, he
whl fiad It g- eally to aid and abridge his labors lu the invrstl
gctlona of subject* coming wlihln Its scope, and, a.t such, we re
commend It to the prof trion In the State and elsewhere.
Very respectfully, vour obedient servants.
GRO II LEE, JOHN J ALLEN,
R.C. L MTnCURB, WM. DANIEL. JR,
WM J ROBERTSON.
We have In press a Digest of the Criminal Laws of Virginia, by
James M Matthews, Kt<|, Attorney st Law Ibis bonk will cer
tainly be published early In February, M pp.. price »4
Persons bv remitting us the price will receive It free of postage
or freight. Address, WEST A JOtlNsTON, Publishers,
j,og 145 Main Street.
WINKS.—Madeira, Sherry, Port, Olaret and Champagte
Wines for sale by
j4ly ___I. A G. B. DAVENPORT.
INDIA RUBBER DOOR JIAT*.—A good supply of
the above desirable Ma’s, recently opened, also, an assortment
of other Door Mats, to be had of
i4lS THOS. A. BULKLEY A 00.
FXRA'I'IIERS.— LIVE GEESE FEATHERS, for sale on con
1 slgumeut, by JOHN N. GORDON A BON,
ji is 14th street, near Exchange Hotel.
COPPEif, UKAZIEHS, SHEATHING, TINNED, BAR
and Ingot, for sale by
jl!4 _JOHN N. GORDON A 80N._
I1EPPKR. AUSPICE AND RACE 44INOER,
for talc bjr
ji 14 _JOHN N. GORDON A BOW.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! —We still have a very dealrable
etuck of OLOAK4 on hand. To reduce them before fprlng,
w* shall offer ttiem at prtees wh.ch will ensure their sale—i ay 27
dol'a C oHti f»r 120, and i th-r* In like proportion.
We base a few very pretty Cloaks and other wrappings for
children, to be sold equally low.
j,S _ CHILE9 A OHENERT.
OA/ k KEGS SUP. CRAB. SODA.-For sale by
^V "" * ja22 _DOVE A 00., Druggists.
WHEAT WANT* D.—Cash paid for WM-e and Red
Wheat, delivered at Richmond
ji’T _EDMUND, DAVRNPORT A C0_
OX'S UNRIVALLED SPARKLING GELA*
TINE—From whl hthe richest 'hrystmlne Je ly is made In a
few minute* without trouble, and almost without expense For
aile by W. PETERSON A 0O„ 155 Main street_
Hair brushes.-a full assortment always on hand
and for sale by DOVE A CO ,
del _ __Drngalsts.
G~ KNTV IIROAD TREAD BOOTS.—Very super
r.r and cheap, at No. 48 Main Street, Blgn of the b<g Boot.
oc2R WM. WALSH.
Tobacco factor v for rent.-The large t*
liacc i Factory on Cary eWet, between 11th and 12th elreeU
with the vacant lot adjolulng, for rent t.y
d* U _KENT, PAINE A 00,
Cx tNDLKS.—100 boxes Jackson’s Candles, for sale by
j j»i5 _I. A O, B. DAVENPORT.
ACON SIDES SHOULDERS, HA.VIS and
HKKABTd, for sale by
dt2S -lw WM WALLACE FONB.
COFFEU, PFPPER AND S-’GARS.-IAU bags
prime Jsva Coffje, *50 bags prime Laguayr* do ; *0 bag*
prime rilled Pepper, 854 bb’s. Rtfioed Bjgarr, (all grade*,) r«
celvtni for sale. JalT^Ssr LE»18 WEBB A JOHN t) WADE
SHEET AND PRUSSIAN IS|NOLA'S for sale by
DOVE A 00., D.uggUls
_ AMUSEMENTS.
SiCW RICHMOND THEATKE.
KtTNKKI. A MOXLEY.I.mm »*r> Mtvaosae
I. B. PtflLLIPP ...Ptaqk M issues.
Third reck of the Eogagemeit of the Beiutiful Artist,
Mi Hit JOEY GOIJGENHEIM.
THURSDAY EVENING, January t* h,
Will be performed the great ledg.r Roman:e, dramat’sjd by
Robe.t Jonea Esq., entitled the
DOOM OP DIVILLI
Mral'lfoel, }.MI“ ict* 0 uKtche'm
Overture.Orchestra.
Th j performance to conc'ude with the laughable Farce of a
MODEL IIUPBtND.
HOMES FOR THE LM)l'STRUM'S,
IV TUB
GARDEN STATE OP THE WEST.
THK
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVE FOR SALE
1,400,000 Aort a
Of Rich Farming Land**in Track* of Forty Acre a and
Upumrd on Long Credit* and Lou Price*.
milK attention ofthe enterprlalog and Induitrtoua portion of the
-I- community la direct) d to the following statements and liberal
Inducements offered them by the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
which, n they will perceive, w.ll enable them, hy proper energy,
perseverance and Industry, to provide comfortable homee for them
selvea and faml!lee,w.th, comparatively speaking, very little capi
tal.
LANDS OF ILLINOIS.
No put.- In the Valley of the Mississippi offers so great anl-.duce
ment to the settler as the Plate of Illinois. There Is no portion of
the wcrld where all of the condition! of climate and soil a) admira
bly combine to produce these two great staples. Cjbw and Wiikit,
as the Prairies of Illinois.
EASTERN AND SOUTHERN MARKETS.
These lands are contlgunue to a railroad *10 miles In length,
which connects with other roads and navigable lakes and rlve.a,
thus affording an unbroken communication with the Eastern and
Poulhern markets.
RAILROAD SYSTEM OF ILLINOIS.
Over $100,000.0)0 of private capital have been expended on the
railroad system of Illinolf. Inasmuch ai part of the Income from
•everal of these works, with a valuable public fund In lauds, go to
diminish the Mate expenses, the taxim ski unity, and must conse
quently every ilsy decrease.
THE STATE DEBT,
The State debt ie only $10,lu6,«93 U, and with in the lad three
yearehai been re lured $4,939,748 nd, and we may reawmabiy
expect that in Un yeare it will become extinct.
PRESENT POPULATION.
The Slate Is rapidly filling up with population ; ?64,04J> persons
having been added since 1 951’, making the present population
1,719,490. a ratio of 101 percent in ten years.
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
Tf.e Agricul'ural Products (f Illinois are greater than those of
any ethi r Slate. The products sent out during the p.ast year ex
ceeded I 300 POO tons. The whi at crop of i960 approaches bS.OOO.
otio bushels, while the corn prop yields not less than 140,0(10,000
bushels.
FERTILITY OF THE SOIL.
Nowhere can the Industrious farmer secure such Immediate re
sults for h:s lsh.tr as upon these pralile soils, (hey being composed
of a deep rich loam, the fertility of which Is unsurpassed by sny on
the g'nbe.
TO ACTUAL CULTIVATORS.
Since ISM the Company Atpeeold 1,300,000 arree. Theye. IIon
ly to actu.ll cuttiratore. and ectry contract runtaine an agree
ment to cultivate The road h <e tera ranetruited through them
lanrie at an rxpenee rf $30,000,000. In 18*0 the population of
forty-nine Covntiri through irh'rh It /meere erne only 8A.V-9S
lines irhlrh 479 Si'.l hare been added ; mat ing <he wholepnjrula
lion bl 4,$91, <i gain ofUh per cent
EVIDENCES OF PROSPERITY,
As an evidence of the thrift of the people, It may he stated that
600.000 tuns of freight, Including 3,000 070 bushels of grain and
130.000 barrels of II rov were forwarded over the line last year
PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT.
The prices cf these lands vary from $8 to fib per acre, according
to locetlnn, qu illty, Ac. Firs', clast farming lards sell for about
$10 to til per acre; and the relative expense of suhdul-ig prairie
I and as ctmpared with wood land is In the ratio of 1 to Id tn favor
of the former. The terms of sale fur the balk of thrsc lands will be
ONE YEAR'S INTEREST IN ADVANf E,
at six per cent, per annum, and six Interest no'es at »lx per c nl„
payable reepec Ively In one, two, three, four, five an I six years
from date of sa'e ; and four notes for principal, payable In four,
five, six and seven a ears Trim date of sale ; the contract stipula
ting than one-tenth of the tract purchased shall be fenced and cul
tlvated, each and every year, for five years frum the date of sale,
so that at (he end of five years one-half shall be fenced and u jder
cultivation.
TWENTY PER CENT. WILL HE DEDUCTED
for the valuation for cash, exerpt the same should he at six dollars
l er acre, when the cash price will b» five dollars
Pamphlets dewilgtlve of the lands, sol', climate, productions,
prices, and terms of payment, can be had on application to
J W. FOSTER,
l.and Cumniimloner, Winnie Central Uaitrood.
Chicago, I nine's.
For the name of the Towns, Villages and Cltlis situated upon the
Illinois Ctnlral Railroad, see pages lcn, 1*9, 190, App'eton’s Kali
way Guide. jail d-Awitm
1t>f| BAGS PRI1IB LAdUAYRA COPFKE.
receiving for tala hv
jal3 LRWIA WKhH A JOHN G. WaDK.
DONNE’S SPECIFIC.-- F r the InMdUta a permanent
cure of secret dl*e«»es. For s»le b»
de4T W. PmfRION A CO., Drugg'si*
Hit H I .’I. — Ilay Rum, of luperlor quality, jwst r.celved
and for sale by
dr!7 W PBTER-'ON A CO., Druggists.
WANTED.—LIGHT KOHASQIao Baltimore, Philadel
phia and New Vork.
ALflO,
GOLD AM) SILVER,
For which the highest rates will be paid.
deT_ R H. MAl'RV k CO.
• IT! u WJ len KITUSVIIV DlTVIllrSIS Trnn
IT and Hro,:inl Fenders, for sale by
Jals TU03 A. BULK LEV A CO.
POTATOPS.
WHITE Mercer, Burk Eye and Peach Blow Potatoe*.
0HEI8E.
Pine Apple, Imitation English Ooshen Chesse.
Buckwheat, Prime (loihen Butter.
Also, a lot of SUPERIOR APPLES, arr vlng per steamer this
day. •
Also, on hand superior mountain Batter and a general assort
ment of Groceries. SAMPSON JONES, Agent,
22 Cor. Main and 2th its.
TIGHT!
J LIGHT!!
LIGHT ! !!
OA8 CHANDELIERS,
PENDANTS,
BRACKETS, Ac.
KeroilneOII Chandeliers, 2, x and 6 burners,
Some new and beautiful patt.-rns, Just received and fors-lelow
by 8TEBBIN3, PULLEN A CO ,
j»lj fni- LUh and Broad Sts
WIRE FIRE GU % RDM.—A further supply oflldi use
ful article jast received and for sale by
W 8 AO. DTNNAN,
jalT Iron Front Building, Uovernjr St.
BLANKETS,
BLANKET!.
We have yet on hand a full assortment of Servants' Blankets of
nearly every grade, which we will close at the precise cost of Im
portation. _ do 27_KENT, Pa INF. A 00.
Refined sugars.
50 bbls No. 1 and 2 ColT-e cugars,
80 do. Cut Loaf, Crushed and Powdered, do
For sale by Jt2l-0t_ A. V. STOKES A CO._
BACON, II.ICON, —Sides and Shoulders for sale by
Jt21 6t A Y STORES A CO.
C“xandlTs:
J 500 boxes Adamantine Candles,
20 do. Sperm and patent Sperm, do.,
50 do. Tallow, do.
For sale by_J»2I—fit A. Y. ETOKEt A CO.
1 an TONS FRESH GROUND PLASTER, se
X Vr vy letted from the purest and richest quarries lo the Brit
ish Provinces, ground especially to our older, and for sale by
Ja21 BRIDOFORD A CO.
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.-We have In store a full
and assorted slo.k housekeeping goo.li, comprising every
thing which Is usually eall> d for in the liar.iwere line, which we are
selling very low for cash, or to punctual customers
dels_T. ROBERTSON A SON,
JERVIS* COUGH CANDY Is pure’y vegetable, snd Is
a certain remedy for Colds, Hoars.-Dean, Cronp and Irritation
of the throat and lungs. For iale by
W. PETERSON A CO..
jalft 155 Msin street.
CYTHEREAN HAIR OIL, or Wish for Improving,
restoring, cleansing and embellishing the hair. For Ssle by
W.PETERSON A CO„
jalt 175 Main street.
Military shaving soap—ti»- wainm on
Military Soap for sba.ing, U superior to ill others. For sale
by W. PETEB80N A CO,
jalt 155 Main street
PEARL DENTIFHICE.-A delightful preparst'on for
cleansing, beautifying and preferring the teeth. Prepared and
sold by W. PETERJON A CO.,
jalC 155 Main street
RIO AND SANTOS COFFEE.-We olfer for sale pr!
vstely the cargo of Coffee, now landing by the bark Bailie
Magee, direct from Rio, consisting of
2870 bigs prime Rio, in double bags
7uU '* Santos, in 110 pound bags—this Is equal to the
beat Laguyra.
deilMHEDMOND, DAVENPORT A CO.
mOnACO^.-lOO box.. Chewing Tobacco, l'almitlo brand,
X two years old, foriale by
jv<l_|w WM. WALLACE SONS.
PEICH BLOW POTATOES cf prime quality, raired
in Amelia county. In Lags df two bust els erch. foriale
by 8ELDK.N A MILLER,
Jan. 21. Corner Pearl A Cary Btrcets.
New crop new Orleans sCgahs and
MOLASSES, Insinre and lor aale by
SKI DEN A MILLER.
Jan. *1. Corner Pearl A Oary 8treeU.
SPALDING’S CEPHALIC PILLS, for sale by
J. T. GRAY.
Jal!) Suceeasor to Adle A Gra», 117 Ma'n H-eit.
V CASES PARAFFINE CANDLES for lie by
OU jal2 _I. AO. B. DAVENPORT.
MARYLAND PLAIDS. p-s. Maryland Penlten
tlarv plaids, for sale lo v to e'osa. T» e maoufaeH^re of tfeeas
goods has barn discontinued, and they will soon be nut of mark at
dear __SENT. PAINE A OQ
WHEAT WANTED,—Ws I.avs -id n t» r both Whits
and Red Wheat fur shipment. Re-elvers will pleass glvs
ns a call jaS SHKILU8 A 3JMEKV1LLB.
* A> ,.V>» • iluuJU i

AUCTION SALES._
FVTCBK DAY*.
AK’TION KALB OF NTfM'K. w HI be sold, at our
office, at 12 o'clock, on WfcDNkSDAY, JANUARY OlT.I,
Ibi etitjr Mum of Trader*’ Bank Stock.
iici—uin_jno *• Lancaster a eon.
ItV ( IUKI.ES T. W.UTHAM A CO., AUCTS.
CARGO NSW •tHLUA'It SUtUK AND MO*
I.ASsKS AT AUCTION.—On FRIDAY, '.'Mil Januiry, at our
warehouse. on the Dock, commencing at II o’clock, A. M., we will
■ell the carLn per eohoocer John Aumirk, direct from At akapu.
La., coaslitmg of
YSG lihde prime to choice N 0. Sugar,
2:t- hbli choice N. O Molasle*.
Ttteus or Pile.- K r all luma tinder |I00 cash ; over f ICO f :ur
ra^mhi i redlt, for approved negotiable paocr
Will also be adJtd-4M) «>ck floe SALT, Jeffrey A Darey, and
Worth’igton standard trands, on Loaid ship Morn'cg Etai.Just
arrived at (Ity Point
jifj -td. Cg«S. T WORTH AM A CO.. Aorta.
I K K A U Y OF THB LATE JODGB F. V.
J DaNIKL, to lo fold at Auction, by catalogue, on MONDAY
ASTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, Jannary t'lh.al Auction Rrom Ml,
Main street, consisting of rare and valuable Law and Mlseella
nesui Works, which haveteen kept In gned order, and are worthy
the alt nt on of cv.ry one wish t g to make v t'ueble additions to
the'r Library, kletsis West A Johns'on at 143 Main strest, will
attend to buying for psrtle unable to attend the sale.
CatHogues now ready, and to be h.d at tie anetlon room, and
Weal A Johns on's B< ok Store.
Also, at the eame time, will be sold, to cover advance*,
1 set Prescott'. Mexico, 8 volumes,
1 sit Prescott's P tu, 2 do ,
1 set Irvlng'l Works, 18 do ,
1 at Irving's Washington, 5 do,
11 elf Hours, best authors, 8 do ,
M.vauiay's Essays, 3 do ,
Macaulay’s Sketchi* 1 do.,
Khc.i clopa-dia American Literature, 9 voil.,
Engl sh edition Shaksptare, 10 do..
Topi er’s W„ik*. 1 do..
The above Books are all In g .cd order, and hound In half calf
binding, and will be sold wlth.ut teaerve.
Trav-t—Cash J. IT. DIGGED, Auet.
D. F. Boom. Salesman._Jail—td
1 Y I. A G. D. DAVfcNPORT, AucU.
Bootn, sh<>#•;* and iiatn at aittion.—
On TUESDAY. Y'JTII JANUARY, we wlil sell, at 10 o’clock,
at our Auction Store, '.’JO cases Boots, rho ■ and Hats.
Ja!5 _I. A 0. II DAVENPORT, AucU.
Fjrkimported champagne wine at
AUCTION - Ou TUESDAY, i9!TI JANUARY, we will sell,
at 10 o’clock, at our Au'tten Store. *UO casea, 154* baskets, quarts
atil pints, Pure Ini' orted Champagne Wine
jalS I. A 0 B. DAVENPORT, Auct*.
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF PCLLIAM a IIETTS havlngthl*
day ceased, WILLIAM U. BETTS wlli continue in the Negro
Auction IIuui liras, and has taken Into Co-partnersh'p with
him E. J GREGORY They will conduct the business under the
Arm of BETTS A GREGORY, at their Saies Room, on Frankilr
Street, four doors below Wall Street, and aboat one square below
the former office of Pulliam A Betts, and reepectfully solicit a con*
tlnuance of the patronage which was to liberally utended t) Wm,
H. Betts while in the firm of Pu Uam A Betts.
They have obtained the service* of Mr. Bcshrod W. Elroi*, u
Clerk, who ha* an Interest In khe buiine**. WM. H. BETTS,
E J GREGORY
ALEXANDER SIMS. Auctioneer._my 10—y
A t’AKTICI LAR BTOTICE.
WE return our sincere thinks to our friends, customers and
the public generally Dr the liberal patronage that we hase
nercxoiore receivtru, an<i rupc ivki »ncunwu ™ vhwucn »«»
merit a continuance of the same. a« we are now making large pre
paration! tocary on ou- business more extensively than formerly.
A MX. mu. A CO . No. 127 Main street.
Manufacturers and Importers of Boot* and Thee*,
Richmond, Vs.
P. B. We are now prepared to settle all account* which are due,
that may be presented to the Arm of Ale*. II1U A Co., or to Alex.
Hill Individually and we hope all persons who are Indebted to u«,
wl’l pi ase come forward and settl-them forthwith, as ell account*
that are patsed due and rents'll unpaid, will be placed in the hands
of a collector, [jsd] HILL k CO.
NOTICE.
CIAPTAI'S of Vuluutrir Companies throughout the State
/ ar» respectfully Informed that the Commla loners sppolntr.l
by law for the purp seof obtaining accoutrementi, Ac.,have made
cont-acte for these items, and as fast as they are delivered at tills
a st, they are Issued immediately, according to priority of date
oferden. CHARI K8 DIMMOCK.
Cantain and Superintendent Arnrry.
Richmond, Va , January 8, IS jalO-tf
NOTICE.
\rOI.rNTKFR Officers of the State are respectfully 'nformed
that b.-alde the bond* required by law, there moat he an or
.ferfrom 'he Adjutant General to author ae the Superintendent
of the State Armorv to is ue arms, Ac. detS—tf
IMPROVE YOUR EYESIGHT!
FRAN RUN fit CO.,
OPTICIANS,
Offer to the public their Improved
CRY8TAL
PEKISCOPIC SPECTACLES,
for preserving and restoring the Impaired vision to Its prime vigor,
OhryatalGla.se* setln old frame*. Also, a very large assortment
of MlCROttOOPKS, TKLHCOPKfl. OPTRA GLASS KB AND MATHE
MATICAL INSTROMTNT8; AND
The finest collection of 8tere*copca and
Ntcr.'ncople Picture*.
Ja9fl— dly N Ub Main at., Richmond, Va.
CO-PA KTNKBSH IH.
JHAVK this dav as* .elate 1 with in • In the commls.lon buslneaa,
Mr Kn b.lph King, who has for a me years been in my employ
.»-n'. The butlutia a ill herralt.r be conducted under the alyle
of L. Waller A Co. Itriurnlng my thar-ka for the very liberal pa
tronage here'oft re l eat owed on me, I respectfully aolldt a con
tinuance of the same for the new concern.
jal—dAclm_I- WAMjtt.
SHIRTS. I860. SHIRTS.
AND
Fl’RNISHINU GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN,
W. F. OWENS,
‘JOS Baltimore M«
|"J A VINO u’.'fA me the measure of those for whom I mad*
SIIIHTS AND DRAWERS
While S.oftii; fitisaiiis'hu in ICis'limoiid.
and being largely engaged In manufacturing, will be pleased to
receive their orders, and promise apecial attention, and In all In*
-uncrs guarantee satisfaction My stock of
Fui niching floods
'.* very large and complete mostly Imported for Southern sale*.
w. y. OWTNB,
tell 2ttA Balt. 8t., formerly 162 Main St., Richmond, Va.
a - HOBU1I*
A. PI Hl.fSIl TR and BOORHCLLKR,
(Ri.iiu.ixp, Viaolau,)
Will issue on the I t February next,
•• FLOWERS OK UOI’E AND MEMORY."
A collection of PoKKB, by
Nlru. CORNELIA J. VI. JORDON,
of Bedford County, Va.,
In one handsome' .’mo. vola. SI2pp. printed on beautiful tinted
paper, and embellished with a fine steel portrait of the author.
I*.Ice
RKOINTLY l’DllLIflHKD.
MATILDA S POKMS A new volume of Poems, hy "Matild* ” 1
vol. 1*2run. Cloth, |1.
HOPK'B POF'MB A new volume of Poems, by Jaa Barron Hope,
ffsq.
j> IS_A. MORRIS. Publisher
IV OK KEXT.-Tle two three story Brick Tenem.nU *k
I on Grace, between 2-Vh and *26th struts, (Church Hill) H|
at pn-s.nt occupied by M-ssrs Win Taylor and Frank Pott* The
bonus are nearly n-w, have pa* and watrr. and all the necessary
out hr us s Possession of one of then can be had on the 1st Fib
ruary. and the other on the 15th March.
At ply to O.J.PINTON,
JalS-tf 71 Mnlo Street
AAA ltl!N. I* ft IVI K KKEUOAT8.
A/jlyV/V/ 1»,OfO but Mill Offal,
Faml’y, Kura and ^uprrflne Flour,
Wf.or’.ey’* Food for Cattle,
Oil Cake, Oil M**al. For sale by
HI.AIR k NARVIK. Cnnm talon Merchant!,
ftlS—1m_Cor 11th andOary street*.
KEMEMBCK!
Uncurrent Money of Every State in ths Union Received
at Par for
DRY GOODS
Of Every ppKtriptloii at
PRICES reduced Insult the present great .monetary an I politi
cal crisis The panic now at at hand muit he met, I am
therefore disposed to offer the whole of mv valuable stock of
DRY GOODS,
at any sacrifice from the original cost for
CASH ONLY!
Recollect I h ive nne price for any goods In my valuable stock In
exchange for Specie or uncurrent Bank notes. M.v frten Is and
customers would do well to avail thrmtefves of this opportunity to
buy some of the cheapest Dry Go ids ever offered In the Stats of
Virginia. Call at the Bouse of Trade of
ALFRED M09ES,
decIO <-'< Main Street
H. L. WIGAND’S
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
I BEG leave to tnnonnee to the Ladles and my customers, In par
ticular, that I have opened In my new store, on the North side
of Broad, belwren 5th anJ 6th streets, bul t and fitted up espress
iy by myself for that purpose In handsome style, <in entirely new
and extender stock of Millinery Gold*and ready trunle millinery
of att kind; also, Kmhroidtrie*, Real 1 art {\Heart, Woolen
Good* for children, and a large aeeortment of fur* at very low
pries. Respectfully,
nofi—8m H L. WIGAND.
I86L NEGRO HIRING. 18GL
E. A. J. CLOPTOIf,
Real Estate Hiring A^ent,
OFFICE CORNER WALL AND FRANKLIN STREETS, OPPO
SITE DICKINSON. IIII.L A 00.,
ptiCH-ivroisrD, -v\a..
THE subscriber begs to return Ms acknowledgements to Ms
friends ar.d patrons for the r favors during the past six years,
and would Inform them that he stl'l cr nttnues the bu-dneu of HIR
ING OCT NIGR0E8, RENTING OCT HOUSES, COLLECTING
CLAIMS, and all best- e«s perialnlng to a General Agency, to all
which he gives his prrtonal attention.
jW Patties In the c untry who may entrust the hiring of their
Negroes to him, may rest a*tnre 1 of every attention being paid to
genln them n- ne other hut good homes, ami the best price#, and
In the event of slckneu, the best medical and pereonal attention
shall always he supplied He has a'so a large comfortah e apart
ment. connected with his office, where those servants who are not
provided with plaeca to stay at night during the hiring, may re
ma'n, w'th a good fire, nuts o* ciua-.x.
Negroes for hire the coming year, had better be sent In to me as
early after Ohi lstmas as possible.
To Home at a didance to whom /am personally unknown, 1 beg
to refer to the ful taring pt. aorur .•
Richmond, Dickinson, Hill A Co.; King and Horen County, Dr.
Thomas Latane, Arthur Temple, John Lumpkin, Thomas Fauntle
roy; Westmoreland county. Dr. F. D. Wheelwright, Rtv. Thi s E
Locke; King W| Ham county, John L. I.a'ane, W. C. Latane, Dr.
John Lewis; King George county, George Turner, Richard Turner,
P. Maglnolu, Thomas Ltr; Caroline county. Kn limit 11, Dr. John
D. Butler Essex county, N J. B. Wh'flock, Dr. James U. Latane,
Edward P. Noel, Beverley D. Roy, J Roy MIcpu, Vtilscy Fogg.
George T. Wright; Glouces’er county, Dr Thomas C C optoD, Jef
ferson Stubbs, Jasp< r 0 Hughes; .lamia City county, Pi rka Sla’er,
Richmond county, Dr. Robert A. Payne; New Kent county, Wm.
E. (Jlopton, R be t Ho.le, Dr L C. Crump, JohnH Lacy, R T.
Lacy; Louisa county, D tbnev Parrish; Cumbi tland county, Wm. D.
Clopton, P B Poiter; Lunenburg ci.unty, W W Brown; Cu neper
toanty. J. B. Obewnlng; Prince William ccunty, Wo. J. Wicre;
Norfolk, Capt. J. 8. Middleton, John Goitnley.
den18—dlyAcIm
l\n. pi BUT IKK A 50!%,
19 Pearl or Fourteenth Street.
INPORTKM OF CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHEN WARP,
AM* DKAliLM.H IS
LAMPS’, LOOKING GLASSES, SILVER PLATED
AND BRITANNIA WARE, WAITERS
JAPANNED WAKE. AO.
HAVE now on hand a general Spick o the above Qoodr,
soluble for the Trade, Hotels or pamlllrg, to which
they Invite rspeelil attention brltevlrg they can give en
tire ta lafsi tlnn In both prls a ard feed.
MEDALS OH ('MAK.VIW—Giving a beautiful Melalnc
type Likeness of the candidates for Prrsldcntand Vice Presl.
dent A full supply of these meriaH may be found at my store
on 1*i h rtreet near Cary. It Is moat elegantly and 'aatetalty got
ten up. an ; the Mends of the candidate, arc InvPed to call and
Mr U rm. They are all- wed to be the most beaut ful hadye which
haasver been goVeuup. auit u A. K. GRAHAM'
y#Ht «s8 jBr-csoyj RiiwHi laii.-dyR | / i
Ifcft I JeJne
Al'Ci’M'bAiifo._,
TBtbOAY. **
M1 IJA V Id urrr lid A ■
» » A KKGMOl l,-»i will Mil I I IT. ,m ,ug, *1 »* o’clock
Ol/ Tt irty likely klare*. DAV Id, l»*t I’Jt t k On ,
jy 13 O'l p.-ito* •’ Hall, ccr Mayo end 7 r art Mb gtc.
BT BETTS A G33QUK ., Au A
1 A N KGHUKI,-Wi win cell TMi Morri-f, at IS • clock
X U 10 likely Negrete. BETTS t GtP.GOJIT, Anct’rt
franklin Street.
BT Pri.i.uM a r<,7 A wet*
I) t NPGHOKk » e *u;» / Ll.elj S-wro.e.trvdey, el 1#
eS*I o'clock. PULLIAM i CO.AucU,
Odd Pettowe HaIL
N. B.— Qouee Sere Ante, Oooke, Waehtri and Ir'-rre for «al(
privately,___fit
tii r >; j. k Dotid •--»
PA N BOKOES.—Thle day atUo ck-k I will eel’ "y .’kely
OU Slave*. HECTOR DAVIS.
JtSS—dtf__ Aim
BT DI0K1SB0B, HOL A 00. A Ate
NEGROUN.—T1 iIS DAT, at 10 n’ -le ek, wt I he ««I4 ie - •
gree, coaelXIng of Men, Boye and fl'i'e and 3o set an i Obit
dren. DIO* KtOH, BILL it 0u„
deU—dda \. ” r •• i a.
royaiThavana Wrmt.
TBX next Ordinary Drawing of the Royal Ha * ana l.ot •
terpteondacted by the Epanieh floTr-cs-ent, nr.dec We it •
perridon of the Oaptaln General of Cuba will take p'aae *1 He ■
vent, on
SATURDAY, PfHBI AKY Mh, ll«l I
$800,000 1 I
SORTED NUMERO fW ORDUfARiO.
Capital Prist; $100,1:00.
1 Priee of..-.$100,000 SO *• cl ...
l « of. MjOCO «C “ of.
1 •* of. *0,000 IS* •• o.'..
1 •• of. 80,000 SO AjptoriwAlIcBe....... k,*$
1 “ of. 10,000
4 approilmalloca to the $100,000 of t*11) each ; * t *4v»i to $9u,
000; * of (400 to $30,000; 4 of $400 to $1.0,OOo, 4 of $4ue W $1*,.
000.
KtT Whole ticket* »S0; Halve, (10; Quarter* $•.
Prtiee cached at tight at S per cent dlrccer.t.
Bill, of the Rtchmocd City Banke taken at par,
A drawing will be forwarded ea too a a. the recall *•*•»*$
known.
All Order* for Scheme* or Ticket, addreeted DON RODRJfiUtZ,
care of City Poat, Charleeton, South Cart lint, will meet pro j pt at
te-tlon._j,
GKR.IT KKDGCTION IN THE
PRICE 07 MATS AND BOOTS.-7.00 IS
to SO per oent. lAved by bnylng from
J. H. Anthony.
COLUMBIAN HOTEL BUILDING.
Moleekin Hate, of beet quality. $1 90; do etc
•nd quality, (8 00; 7aeklonable8Uk Hate, $2 90;
Pine Oalfikin Sewed Boot*, $8 90; Oongr ta Gai
ter Boot*, $8 89; Pine Oallkkln Sewed Rhoee,
* J. II. AITIIOIY I_I
Etc made arrangement* with one of the he*! maker, In the city •
Philadelphia to enpply him with a handeome and eubetantl.: Calf
(kin Sewed Boot, which he will well at th- unprecedented low ertr*
of $* 90-__del _
RICHMOND MADE
r'Jn.ssirrmT’fis mid TOlnnlrnt,»
FROM Till *
CRENSHAW WOOLEN COMPANY.
WE hare Koine of thete beautiful Cass mere*, equal in .trie and
texture to the finest French and English goods to which we
nvlte the attention of those needing busi-es. or dreaiiull*. Also,
uperlor Bed Blankets made la our own city.
WATKINS' k FICKI.KN,
N. B.—A iplendhl assortment of all kinds Uiy Goods, very
Cheap. decs V. if.
The Annual Law of" Virginia,
JIAYO’S CUIDK TO .TIAGISTHATKM.
A NKW EDITION.
Just PuMl-hed.
A Guide to Magistrates, with practical forms, fir the Discharge
of their duties out of Court to which are added preeedents. for the
use of Prosecutors, Sheriffs, Coroners, f'omtstl-s, Rachi stale,
Clerks, Ac., Second Edition, in which the laws ate brought down
to the present time, with notes, by Joseph Mayo, I'ourt-llor at
Law and May off Richmond, price (I, mailed free of postage on
receipt of the amount.
IN PRKffl.
A ntw edition of Tale’s Analy leal Dlj est-l ln-l»« of the V igl
nla Reports from Barradal! to the p <-*< nt time, If. h Orsltan. In
Inclusive, tnetu ling also the Declitors of the special Court of ap
fleals, by Alexander It Hands, F-q , su h >r ofthr | Id- rv ot a Ho t
n Equity The New American Form Hsok and Editor of the
Quarterly Law Review.
The labors of the f rmer e.Iit on has been thoroughly revtsrd
with the Int-oductlon ot many new titles re srrang-d, gr-a'ly in
larged and improved and will eoraoend itself to the I baral patron
age of the Pr- fessloa. ft will be found a complete and a vurats
Indea to all the Virginia Reports
arLixniD umti or taw books rwx-TixTLT ox mxn.
The largest and mo.t complete clock of Law Hooka to be f> uml
In the Biuth, at the lowkst mica, to which we wool I beg the at
tention of the Legal Profcsi'on. A. MORRIS,
jail Publisher and Bookseller.
Til ALA IA Ml ISUBA H t E COM PAIV,
HOYTCOIllIltY. Al l.
Authorized Capital, ...... . ... f.Wu.OfO
Capital paid In, .. .. .. .*.... IN ,*4e>
DIRECTOR]*.
w. c stun, a s will »»*, n. *. cnax,
»vi n. Kivrs, wn a. RMsoks, j ■> nrrotiveoe,
S. L. SRMIM.Ti X, WSPKKXraK, J. M WILLI vX,
VPPLICATlONfl recelred at our office, i'l t'.vtrme-ce Rnct,
Montgon ery, * la. IF 0 bl"B Post
The subecribt r will take PISE, M A RINK at d SLAVE RlfUtP, at
el'y rvtci. Office for the preset l at mi Factory, eorn -r f*th aid
Canal Streets. Richmond, la Applications uid'essed tone, ly
letter or otherwise, will receive prompt a ttntlon.
jail—ly J. H. F. MAYO,Agent.
n«H NAIsK FKIVATELY. A Si. 1 HF AVRTRE-o*
£ and C8AMBKK-MAID. Any one wishing to purchase wdl
please all at t*,r Amarl an if <■ L j*12 -ts
Jam KM E« GOODIN,
NO. 3 BKLVIN’8 BLOCK,
REAL ESTATK A\I> NOTE BROK ER
WII alto Necotlate Cl Ims o( every desc.-lpUcn, upon strictly
builn.s. priori lei.
pEf IIe refers, by permission, to Mn-rs Jay M. Tayh.r A V>n;
Me-srs Darli, Dcuprec A Co ; Messrs. B McGrurtei't Sons; M.ivr*
Goddln A Apperson A. D. Williams, Esq ; Larkin W. Gist h ook,
Esq.; Messrs. Jose,.h Br.imnel A Co. at lv
IlCORIt ll PANTE
J Jn cases Gomez Fatveho Brand,
3 “ R M Gomes <!b ,
?» “ Wails A Co. do.,
3 “ 0. /. vh>..
On conslgnmcct, for sale by ROhlNfl'.N A ROBERT*,
j.il - Oor. Cary and I i h Hts.
IBlPORIAfiiT TO UOUSliktfkPkitH.
E. K. Dt'RKEE Jk CO.’S
SELECT 8FICEH.
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURB,
bat ground from fresh splcea, selected and cleaned by at express
ly for the purpose, rrlthout reference ta eoet They are beautiful
ly packed In tlnfotL (lined with paper.) to prevent injury by keep
lng, and are full weight while the ordinary ground flplc-s art al
most Inrarlahly short. We warrant them,la potato! strength act
rlohnees of flavor
BRYOIfP ALL COMP A ROOM,
AMastall*trial will abundantly prora.
Manufactured only by U DOUR* A 00.,
lalfl—dAwIGf a«1 Pearl street Now k.
ALAHGK NIIIUHEK OP LOTH IN TH' A lly
OF RICHMOND. AM) LANUl* IN HR'RICO COUNTV F.)K
SALE, BARTER OR KXCHA.'GK —The -ubterlbtr will sell up-u
the rsuil trims, say q In esah, ft. 14, 13 and 2* months, for the
residue, a large number of l-te In th* illy, for the mnet part lu
rapidly Improving lor-lltlea ; also, aev- ral tracts of laudin Henri
co county, of fair quality aa to sell and heavily I'mb- red Or w ill
barter or exchange them for any approved Block al current prices.
For plats and Information a* to this property applv to
JAMFh R.GODDIN.
Ja!5— dtc‘2w No. h It.Ivin's Blork
FHKSH BI TTEH.
Strictly prime fresh Orange county Butter, for 2S cents
Prime tiosh-n Butter, for 2& cents
Good Cooklrg Butter, from IS to 20 cents
Receiving Freeh, twice a week.
S.SOOlhe. Mountain Buckwheat
Dried Peaches end Apple*
White Hominy Bean*
Black Eye Pea*, For *ale wholesale sod retail by
J. 8. ROBERTSON.
defl—1m _Cor. Governor and Franklin flit
THE CHF.APEfir pine.- Ill the CITY to buy
a Looking Glass, Picture or Photograph, square or oral last
GEORGR EHRENBRkG'S Manufactory, opposite the Kxaiulner Of
fice, on Governor street.
N. B —Old Frames re-guilt at the lowt: t possible price*, by GRO.
EHRKNBERO. Mirror* of all iltet and uatei os, made to order.
no iv—au
NOTICE.
THE firm of E. P. NASH k CO., Is this day dissolved l.v l.mitx
tlon. JAB. E. KOI TU,
JOB. A. NAP 11.
Petersburg, Dec. 31,1S<0.
THE undersIgiMd, partner of the late K P. N*m A Oo., will con
tinue the Book ail Plano.portr Busloru, »< <t«olJ
stand, corner Sycamore and BolUnghr. ok stivets, where all per
sons Indebted to the late firm will msLe payment.
j. e. RorrH.
Petersburg, Jan. 1,1*61._J*fi- tf_
U SI TUEK LAND,
", 139 Main street, Rich
mond, Va, manufacturer
and Imperter of Eire Anna.
Constantly on hand
Muskets and Flints, Swords and Belts,
Guns, Sashes,
Pistols and Belts, Drums and
Rifles and Slings, Fifes,
Powder and Balls, Canteers,
Caps and Primers, Gauntlets, Ac., Ac.
aoSO—ta
YAZOO COTTON LANDS!
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR NEGROES.
THE undersigned proposes to sell, or exch.nge for Negroes,
from 1,000 to #,0i*> Acres of the finest Cotton Lands tu the
Yasoo Va'ley.
Some of these Lands are In cultivation, with Steam Mills and
Gins—others sre deadened and can be cully Improved.
These Lands are In the richest portion* of Yasoo and Washing
ton counties— sre e**y of access and convenient to navigation.
Any person* wlshlog to negotiate, sre referred to Meesr*. J. R.
Anderson A Co., Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Vs., and rau
address J W. BARNETT, or
H. LtWRKNCR,
dt-9—dtf Yasoo City, Miss.
S^OTICE.
The co-psrtnrtshlp heretofore existing between the undersigned
Is this day dissolved hy mutual coi sent. The sfialrs of the con
cern will be fettled by Wm. B. Isaacs, who la authorised to asetha
name of the firm for that purpose.
JOSkPH BRCMMEL,
WM. B IflAACM,
WM. F. TAYLOR.
Richmond, 1st January, l&dl.
The undesigned will continue the Exc) anpe and Banking Busi
ness of the late firm of Tsaaca A Tay lor. It will bn conduc ed un
der the style and firm of WM B. IBAACfe A CO.. II H Bndtb, Jr ,
having an Inter*»t therein. WM. B IB A AO.
lit January, ISfil,
In withdrawing fmm Ihe Exchange and Banking Business, ws
feel '-t due to our tucres*or to s.tv, ttiat from a lung pe’sonal sc
ipm n'apee and business connection will. him. wc have exery r u
fi.ler.ee in his means .ib Illy, lol-grity sn.l pri donee In the msi.agr
ment of Ids sITstrs, and do meat cordially re.-omm, nd him to our
f lend* and the public as every way woiihy . f th.lrcr i.fidm. r and
patronage JOSEPH BPUMMEL,
___ WM. F TAYLOR.
M INNING LETTS H.-On the Jlth December laid,
Met*rs. Klikland A Cr,, Bankers, of Yew York, alcr.-.*- .! i >
me a lette', enclosing their cheek on tl. • Continental Bank. N. w
York, for ♦III* Slip*. able to try order,and 'wo pieces Land fl tip,
one of which. No. Tf-tlT (old L sue) for twe-ty acres, andaaigrrd by
Bo. B. Bsghy. the other No. II.InT for K.aer. a,I so. .1 to the tu Ira
of the late Jc hn Dandrl Ige, a capU n In the war o the Revi lo l .n,
and atelgncd by ice, which letter and A* contents lure failed lo
reach me
The payaent af the cheek has keen s'opprd, and a no t hied
In the Grner 11 and Off. e, Washington, and all persona ara ran
lioned not to purchase said Pe-lp
Its return to me at my ofilce, No. 113 Main stleel, Bl.hinoud,
Va.. vill confer an obllgatUn on UKO. BAlibV.
Jail—la*_ ___
A LOAN—$10,MV.
A GENTLEMAN from the country d. dns to uegatlair a'oats
o' |10,000, based epen ample security • bn Act p rwonal or
real Addas*, “A 0
jald—tf , Car* <d Whig OAr*.
CHOVKL9, TONCrrN, PAR ER*. FFNDFRN,
^ Fire Pi-otrcior', Hlj»eg SV» Dog*, Coa) Katina
C n.li r Shovels. Ac , la it -it m.d f r ssh- by
C. AkKP"N, A»BB»w N A ff»
JsM Ho. 1U6 MaU iUv*S
. »!•«*«« MRVLin
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