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The National Crisis.
The Sarto!k /,-n/J says “We learn on pretty good
,„thorii» lhz» Lieut Hen. So»U has said that, in the . rent
a, Virginia secedbg, it «a* his determination to radgn
h . eommiMOO iu the a-my, and make Virginia hi* place
, reMdemv lor the remainder of his days."
T >e House of Representatives of Rhode Island has con
c, rt d in the action of the Senate, rep aling the persoual
liberty law. Tr.e vote stood ayes 4'.i, nay a 18.
T e Crittenden resolution* were tak* u up in t^a New
j.... v Senate Thursday ou their final passage. Speeches
w,,0 made by Democrat* Sanators iu favor an i Repub
hcV, Senator* against They passed—11 to 6; ton Dvtn
p. ,u and one National Union man in favor.
, Tli so, ,1k It.iv B ->* says the Untied Stites steamer
• g Jen ki* been ordered to sea immediately, and that
t« > companies of United S talas artillery, uuder Captains
\ j I s an 1 Liaghoru, hare gouo ou board from Kor
trri* Monro**, fully equipped lor actual service. Their
de, i a-ion is unknown, but it is generally believed that
th* y sre ou route lor Pensacola.
F irt Ned, a small, but strong little fort, lying on Pain
1,,., river, between Washington, N. C., and Pamlko
Si .riJ, has been seized by citiz ns of the former place,
a.. I the Palmetto flag raised over it
Four thousand stand of arms were sent from Charles
t. u a fe« days ago. They are fioin the arsenal in that
tin. and are intended for the State of Florida.
T.,e l> -uiocratic State Convention of Ohio wa* held
th , week and resolutions adopted in favor of the adop
tun of either the Critlwuden or Border State compromise,
‘ it »:rtua;:T ncomni„‘udiug a National Convention to
p0: ^ amendments to the Constitution, upon appl ca
tion ol two-third* of the States.
The Apalachicola (FU.) Timet cotne9 to us with the
me* of the lion. Wm. L. Yancey, of Alabama, aad
U r . lam - II. Hammond, of South Carolina, at its head,
»ci r lidau* foi the Presidency and Vice-Pre*idency ol
,• “Southern Confederacy."
v T •• $«ee*uoi ol L >ui*iata will, it is stated, be follow
ed hv a [reposition iu Congress for the repeal of the su
gar du tie-'.
IMPORTANT ARMY INTELLWENl'E
i, .eral Scott ha* issued orders to the follow i g
effect
Officers on leave of absence, w ho have bceu abscut
n ihitv for a p-riodof e'ght month*, will immediately
,_V.J u> j j u their respective companies or station* —
ii ,.er* ati-en for a Ka* pciiod, but whose leave ol ab
e excee t- light mo’ith*, will, iu like nianuer, re
t. .. to du'.v at the expiration of that number of
month*.
II officers ab ent on account of sukc-ss will present
t n.vlte* lo a medical officer ol tlie armv lor exam -
• a o i, who m report—forwarded to army h*'aih| i.tr
i. - ; i: iltvi-.ou—will give a minute ld*lor> of the ea*e,
d Iv statiug whether the officer can, without i-j try
tali - h. »ltb, travel to hi* statiot ; whether the stain n
i< i i a tiou ot couutry likely to tetard hi* rvstoraiiou
t„ , and, ai.-o, whether piojn-r medical attcutiou,
in ev.: v resjieet, can there be rendered.
CUMHlASloNEUS FROM NEW YORK.
ii Tt, .1 ,d*v. tu the N w Yo k Legi-lature, a me sage
a ,. r«c ived front tioveruor Morgan, accompanying the
.r--ii. : on* of t e Legi-1 vlure oi Virginia, which appor t
•i. gate* Iron that State 10 meet the r« |vre*en «
;i.,ueh oth< r Siati-s as may see tit to send similar
; -»tie *. at Washington, oft the 4th of February —
i, ,v ti-.r Moreau urg a upon the legisla.ots the propriety
a 1 duty ol accepting th.a peace off ring lroiu the O d
ll-i.nmieti, and appointing -Minlar representatives, and
a! ■ 11>ii .he* them that it r* the part of statesmen and true
(. .it- io I- ,.ve untried no honorable • dott lo preseive
t •• petev and oneness ot lb"- I’uion. This message cans
v l , oii-i 1- r iblc deviate in b.vth bouses, and its lurthcr
cwn J. ration <*a* adpurtn d to a lulurv <Uy.
CONDITION UF AFFAIRS AT FORT SUMTER.
\ r from C.ipt. Donbl.-da) . datvd at Fori Sunit. r,
J ,„ | * u.d *,i, denies th* report of mutiny among the
j rr:-,.!;, and state* that the commandia tu cheerlul spir
* i-i prepared to detetid the loci to ihe la-t il attack
md con'r.idiot* the report in the t'tiarl *tou papers
*‘x“' the londitiou of the troops, Ac. He writes that
n * have been platiU'd on Cummings' Point th • oear
1 ’ * I to Fort Sumter, bv South t’arolinia troop*, and
tlit two steamers w.ilrhed the fort all the night of llie
b.h
W.LI. KMSI.AND RKCOtINIZR A SOl’HFKN CON
FKDKKAOY*
The news Iroru Toronto, Canada, that the British gov
v- rneiit intend* to acknowledge the tudepend«me ol
t.- S-'ithern Confederacy, as soon a* it is regulaily or
edir -d and make* application in due diplomatic form,
ere it e* a piofound eerativo in New Y ork. The Expre.as
my*:
Tie urual which make* this announcement—the To
ronto leader—is high official authority, and of it* cor
rectness in the case, the most intelligent of our people
<io rot ap|war to have ativ doubt.
1 c general convention of the cotton States, it will be
r-Mi,M!:'m-d, assembles a. Moutgouicry, Ala , on the 4ib
ot February—a month in advame of Lincoln's inaugu
ration. Tne programme is to organic ‘ a provisional
government at once, (with President, Vice-President,
•V , i ai>d then dispatch ambassadors to England and
France for recognitiou as au iud--pendent power, so as
t> be read? for the constqueuces, whatever they uiay
be, n ler the republican r»<fi.we, by March 4ih.
Tbc cautious and very diplomatic *p»-ch ol the Brit
i- Premier, at the Southampton dinner, on tbe b.h,
**miujIv adverse to “eoerii «u"—now ui questionably
iuran* much, iu this connection—aud the meaning may
t - intervention—(beside* recognition)—in case we goto
» >ik cntt’inr one another’s throats, and blowing oue
another's brains out.
THE LOUISIANA SECESSION ORDINANCE
Kirov Roc ur, Jan. 25.—The following is the ordi
nal, ce of secession, a* reported by the committee of fit
tevn, to the Convention. It will probably pass to-mor
raw ■
An ordinance to Dissolve the Union between the State of
Loui-iat a and other Slates united with her uud.r the
Compact entitled the Constitution ot the United Sutew
of America:
We, the people of t”e State of Louisiana, in conven
tion assembled, do declare and ordain, and it U hereby
d •> la-e l and ordain* d, that the ordinance passed by us,
N irember'did, I7b7, whereby the constitution of the
I ited S a-e» of America, and the amendments to said
• : stiuiuon, were adopted, and all law* and ord.uinoe*
hr which LauUnui* became a member of the Federal
l u oti, be and the same are hereby repealed and abroga
ted, and the union now subsisting between Louisiana rud
o'.I e S ates under the name of the United States ot
Africa ia hereby dissolved.
And we further declare and ordain that the State oi
L >vi» an* hereby resumes the rights and powers hereto
! - • dr gated to the government of the United State*
ot A i.cries, and her cituensare absolved from allegiance
to »a.d government.
And w.- further declare and ordain that all rights ac
‘l lired and vested under the constitution ot the United
rub -, or auv act of Congress or I eaty, or any law of
l;‘ - r ate, not incompatible with this ordinance, shall
,r ■11:1 force and have the same effect as if this Ordi
-n*e had not been passed.
*‘-e following resolution was also referred to the con
vention with the ordinance:
A'.. ■ •*«/. That we, the people of Louisiana, rccogniae
te tree navigation of the Mississippi river and it* tribu
■' hy all tiieudly Stale* bordering therooo.
Al-o that we recognize the right of egree* aD*l ingress
1 the mouth of the Mississippi river by *H frieudly
> ates and powers, and do hereby declare our wilUng
L" ' to enter into stipulations to guarantee the execution
*»t these right*.
FR»»M WASHINGTON.
T ie interview between the President and Cabinet and
1-udriit Tyler look place at the White House
‘ cirsday. Sev, ral prominent gentlemen, Including
•^ttitor*. were invited to be present. Of the details of
interr tew the public will be duly apprised.
KePrwwident Tyler w<H, while here, by spec al iovita
t" n sojourn with the President. The object of his mis*
•|JU, wnich is to urge upon the President to avoid col
■ ou at cbarlraton harbor and Penaicola, will undoubt
«•!' v tw successful, so far as the government is concern
T! ’ 1 ''V'* authonties of Charle ston make no attack upon
‘VjU,t*r ‘here is no danger of trouble. It rvsu
» ^ them to avoid »uch a caUmity.
, ^ « between the President and the Virginia
C-nwMoner resulted in tb« President determining to
1, ■ *.~T- - *• covering the Virginia reeo
l£j^Jt*-ft«4da«» T,W ■*~u ***• again
-i^massr ,re“ •»
rJS5S^u*r to*** Senators and Rep
BUbve. 10 all the governor, of the border Stales to
_
meet the propositions of Virginia to appoint Comrnia
sio: ers to assemble In Washington, on the 4ib February,
to settle our national difficulties. Thia is uow believed
to be the only hope of saving the country.
Speechifying in Congress is only doing barm in border
States, aud tbere are upwards ot thirty names of those
who desire to apeak on the list.
Tiie Boston committee headed by Edward Everett,
arrived to-uight, and are booked at Willard's. What
ever effect they may have on the South aud the go
vernment, it is not expected they will have great weight
with the Republicans. If personal feeling is enlisted,
their appearauce is more likely to solidfy republican ac
tion, rattier than otherwise, for all the commit ec save
one oppo-ed the election of Republican Congressmen
from Boston di-tricts, viz : Anson Burliugamc and Alex
11. Rice. The committee are to-uighi in consultation, and
unitedly present a body of great intelligence, patiiotism
aud inttueuce.
A POTENT INDICATION.
The Railroad Convention in Washington, at their
meetmg Thursday night, appointed the following com
mittee to report resolutions expressing the seutiiuent of
the Convention in regard to the political difference* uow
agila’ing the country : J. Edgar Thompsou, of the Penn
sylvania Central road; Erastus Corning, of the New
York Central road; Nathaniel March, ot the New York
aud Ena road; Mr. liirnalt, of the Baltimore and Ohio
road, and S. S. L. Hotuuiedieu, of the Cincinnati, Ham
ilton at d Dayton Railroad. This committee reported
t e following resolutions to th .• Convention uext tnornit g,
which were uuanimously adopted :
A'not ed. That the plan embodied in the resolution
submitted to th • Senate of the United States bv Mr.
CritCrudeu tor the adjustment of tbe difficulties now
threatening the existence ot the Union meets with our
approbation
A evolved. That with veiv full opportunities of ascer
taining the sentiments of the people in the extensive dis
tricts traversed by the roads here represented, we do not
busitate to express our rouviction that tuch an aojust
meet would meet with the decided approval of a very
larjs majority of them.
An few/, That from our con versa t iot s. we believe the
people of tbe North desire aud would be satisfied with
such a settlement of tbe slavery controversy as will fot
ever banish the slavery ipiestion from the halls of Con
gre- > a d the areua of federal politics.
Mr. Vibbard, Secretary of the Convention, was in
structed to furnish a copy to Mr. Crittenden, of the Seti
a‘e, and Mr. Corwin, of the House, aud ask to have them
p.eseuted to those bodies.
ITEMS OK NEWS.
The constitution of North Carolina dots not permit
Jews to hold office. A bill is now before the Legiglatuie
to remove this unjust pyovision, and should be passed at
cnee.
The house in which Thomas Jefferson was born, at
Shadwell Depot, iu the county ot Albemarle, was burned
on Thursday night week.
The S. cretary of the Trea-ury acknowledges the re
ceipt, bv in til, of seventy dollars, "belonging to the gov
| eminent,” from some person uukuowu.
T e receipts of the United States Colon'/itiou Society,
1 at year, fiom all sources, were $14,SOS.
A letter from Washington says that IL M Magraw,
E q , of Baltimore, Las declined the appointment ot con
sul to Liverpool.
Th. Count ess of Kglin'.on d cd on the Slst ult., very
suddenly, at Egliutoa Ga tie, Scotland.
It is estimated that -txtv out of every one hundred
carriage and harness makers in New York are out of
work.
Snow fell to the d» pth of eight feet in the vicinity oi
Montreal on the 16th inst.
Mrs. S. M. Walton, mo:her of Madame Le Vert, of
Mobile, died in Mobile las; week.
Ti c ringleader of tlie negro* - who murdered Mr. to ood
rutf, neir Seaboard, Nor It Carolina, and whose arrest by
some it groes we have chronicled, was Lung by the eiti
z us oi 'hit plaa'e without c 'lemony.
We b arn from the •’ iirleston l/.r nri/ lliat in con—
.|>i. wee "i the kale. bu<*■ i . g. Smalley, oi New \ uik,
the agent of Gob’s revolt rs in that city has refu-ed to
fill anv t rd rs irom that State lor tho-e wiapou*
General IWvwing-en, the filibuster, is now in Mont
gomery, Alabama. His movements in that direction are
douVli-s in c mncction with the separation ol the
Soulhi rn S a'es from the Union. Geueial lleuiiing* D
i*an earnest advocate ot Southern lights.
G tveruor Perry, ot Florid*, improved his visit North
by ptirchisii g arm-. Tue Savauiiili papers aui.ounce
liis arrival in that city on his return home with l .«*•»*•
Maynard r tie- and N,iaa> Minnie muskets “lor the use ol
the St *te.”
A new counterfeit on the Bank of the State of Itnli
ana has j i-' iu ide its appearance. The bill is a "two,”
and lias an emigrant wagou ill the centre, and a head of
Jtilersoii ou the right, at the battotu.—The engraviug is
most exquisitely executed, but tuc bank has no such
plate.
Mohilk to Maw phi*—Ou the loth instant the final
rail required to connect the Mobile and Ohio with the
Memphis and Charleston Bill road at Coriulb, Mississippi
Wti> laid. But lilleeii miles more ol irou require laying
down to Ci liipietc tbe road.
SM.LIM. Our — It is silted that Kx President Pierce
has sold out all his bank -locks and stocks ot every de
scription, and converted the proceeds into -pcile, wldcli
L' has deposited -pecially in a l>atik iu Concord, N. II
A Iiwiuim. DisraovKu tv Fire.—The dwelling house
o'Dr. Win G Rogers, near Karlasville, Albemarlecoun
iv, Va , was eon-utiied by lire on the 1 •'•th inst. The loss
su-taiued is about *.'i 5**0.
John B own, Jr , has made Kis appearance at WL d
s >r, Canada, where he is endeavoring to peisuade the fu
gitive slaves to emigrate to iiayli.
Ole lull is at home, or pretty m ar home, in Sweden,
giving concerts that excite as great enthusiasm a* nearly
twenty year* ago.
T e people ol Jamaica have made up a sent of money
sulGc vut to give Geu. Garibaldi a handsome testimonial
iu silver.
An address to the Queer of England fur a separate Irl-h
Parliament, and the right of self-government, has alrca
dv received over SO.iWM s gnatures iu Ireland.
T e Toroulo (Jloh* concludes a review of Seward’s
sneicti: “The Senator from New Yoik will not save the
Union.
General Wool pronounces the treason of South Caro
lina a* far Iran-vending that of Beuedict Arnold.
Cr »r. Iswrahavi, Late or tiir Navy—This gentleman,
a South Carolinian, who, when the Au-trian th-et was in
lhe harbor of Smyrna, did not hesitate w ith a single ship
to open his batteries upon that fleet, which had kidn.ip
p v) Ko-/'a, only a naturalized citizen of the United
Silt *9 tneu, eieciriueu u» cmuujiuni, UIU me »unu,
too. br hi' gallantry, return* home iu the Arago, no
more an cMcvr of our Navy.
The Court journal iuforro* usthatifueen Victoiia, with
a view to revive the depressed trade of Coventry—40,
iv ai of whose weaver* are idl*—has ordered specimens
ol alt ibeCoventrv good', her Majesty intending to make
them t .shioo'hle. Her Majesty has al-o headed a sub
scription hat w.th one hundred guinea* for their relict.
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(R» HM'VNP, V IfttilXI !,)
Will iiaie on the lit February next,
•• KLOWERS OK HOPE AR1) MEMORY.”
A collection of Pv>EvS. by
VI r a. CORNELIA J. M. JORDON,
Of B..tford County, Va,
In one handsome Iftmo vole. ttijop. printed on beautiful UoteJ
paper, a id embellished with a line etcel portrait of the author.
Pile —$l:a
RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
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VOl. 1 ■Mla>_ CloUt, $1.
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j/,? A. MORRIS, Pablither.
ROBINSON'S PRACTICE.
WEST A JOHNSTON,
llfi Mein Wreei, Richmond, V a ,
PubB* I the PractVr la Court* of Justice in England and the
United State*; by Conway Robioson A vole. S2A.
The niinei««i r* t mm^uditloo of Rohlntua’i Practice 1# from the
Judge* of the C urt of Appeal* in the SUtc of Virgin!' :
Hr.rs Coiar-Hotoa, Richmond, No*. - • 1 "*,•
Met'**. West A Johnston: Gent!rmeu,-Thc aMurne* of Mr. Con
w*< Robi^ton's n, w work on Praedc* have come to our bands a«
tl ey have laaurd icrrr*»lrely fr m the ptt-s, anJ we hay* from
Umr to time re'erred to and examined their content*
We Aa l the a rk a fud and copious trestle*, in a con,.erueu
form, upon the subjects to which it relate* embracing, to a large
extent, principles as well as practice, marked with great accuracy
Iu Its referenr. . and citation and the dlalinclion* wb’eh are Isi 1
down and explained, and written In the ler.e nod conci* style so
appropriate In x work of th's character. , _
We r.gard the work a* worthy a place In the library of every
lawyer, and think that whether a' the Bar or on the Bench, he
whl Bad it g rally lo aid and abridge hi* labor* In the lnveitl
g»ti. U* of subject* coming within lu scope, aad. aa mich, w* re
commend tl to the probation lathe State and elsewhere.
Very respectfully, your ohed eut s-rvanU.
UKO H LEE. JOHN J ALI EN,
R. C. L M in CURE, WM. DANIEL. JR,
WM. J ROBERTSON.
We have In prrea a Dig. st of the Criminal l aw* of V Irgtnia, by
Janies M Matthew*, Ks-i , Attorecy st Law This book will cer
toluty be puMl-h-d earl r In Pehrutry, A ■!> pp., priccfl.
Persons b» rtmlll g us the price will receive It Ires «l P0"***
or freight. Ad Jrcss, WIST X JOdNSTON. Pul l ebera.
jail _1A5 Main Stre t.
AliMOlY, RICHMOND, Vs., Jxa’x 8. laAl.
f W. UANDOLFM—/V.I/Jfr-Thc popular work# upon
*1 . ro tary matters, sow before the pubi c ore confined to or
d nary drills and parades. What i» Bow wanted, la a treat lac go
lug to show wb-a ike various movement* of Artillery, Casa ry. *“■
faulty *n.l Utile, a* taught in their respect ve drills, should be
used in pre* ce of an . ntury—what ground' sb iuld be •elected
fi r battle and encampment what pree sutioua.lo be taken when
ad’anengor retreating when to art In column-wh-n inline,
hew to post the dlffrrrt i arum lo act the most fav n ably—Infor
mation most c'seuUal to success, and with ut which, no mabel
hew personally brave troop, arty be, they are rxpjnrd lo alm< »•
ret andaasUr la presence of an equal bomber of we l drilled
ami eell man .uvred troupe, and thii laforaatrsa Oapl. RuckholU
faru she* In M* work.
1 bay* Bo hesitation In recommending It.
Very respectfully yours,
CIURLK8 DIMMOCK, Capt Ac , Ac.
Ticl’r* for o« en of In antry. Cavalry ant Artillery. Ar
ranged and OMspUed by L. V Bu. kho la One Yo.'wtuc, '2mo ,
Price fl
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THIRTY-SIXTH (’OllGRESS—Second Session.
WasiiiJioroN, Jan. 25, 1861.
SENATE.
A Urge number of memorials in relation to the pre
sent crisis were presented by Messrs. Bigler, Anthony,
Polk aud others.
Ou motion of Mr. Slidell, it was agreed that when the
Senate adjourn to-day it be to raeetou Monday neat.
The Senate then, at 12 :ti*. took up the spicial order,
being the consideration of bills upon the private calen
dar.
A bill for the relief of Robt. Stockton was pissed.
Several other private bills, of no general interest, were
considered, when the Senate, finding itself without a
iju >nim, at an early hour adjourned I ill Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at 12 M. Prayer by Rev. Pr.Butler.
The morning hour having expired, the Speaker called
up the regular order, and Mr. Nelson, of Tennessee, took
the Uoor upon the report of the committee of thirty -
three.
Mr. Nelson said he rose in the consciousness that lie
was encaged in the greatest cause that ever fell to 'he
lot ol mortal man, that of pleading for the life of his
countrv. God grant that in pleading a cause so sacred
as this, wh'ch ndated to the great disturbances which now
agitate our country, he might be able to do his duty and
not be considered as lurtbeiing the came of the republi
can party on the cue side, or the cause of 'lie #• cession
pirty of the South. '* A chauge had come over the spii it
of our dreams" within the pist fe* months or a year.
Thousands of laboring men bad been thrown out ol im
plovmeui; the tocsin ol war and the c.&sh ol aims are
s mnding in our ears; we have witnessed these things con c
o-'er our bt loved country, aud shall we make no attempt
to save it ? Shall we fold our lauds aud sit still, or ratio r
shall we not stand up like men and rally round the tlag
of our common country ?
Week after week, ar.d day after day, the representa
tives of the people rise here and discuss the-e great sub
jects which involve such great interests, and arc acting
with the greatest in difference in this terrible drama. W hat
spirit is it that broods over us? lie went on to note in
detail the grievances of which the Souih complained,and
said ther had just cause to do so. lie then called upon
the North to make oi dos imethtog of justice iu the any
of conciliation. He would ask the North to give them
the Missouri compromise line.
Mr Stratton asked if the gentleman would say that
the South would accept it if they would give them the old
Missouri compromise line?
Mr Nelson said they would accept it in accordance with
the present advanced state of the country. Be said the
North had no tight to interfere with slavery. He
thought that the Crittcudeii propositions were the very
ones on which to ba-e a plan to save the country, and he
was glad that ill good olJ man had thus been able ut this
period, so near the close cf his mortal life, to otter pi op -
sitions of such a conciliatory character. And when he
was gathered to an honored grave by a mourning people,
10 mm III me upp r "unu wo ..vu.v ... ----y
would shake hand* in joy over tin* returned hopes of ih> ir
country in that happy Uud. [Loud appl.ui.-e in the gal
leries aud on the lloor.]
He said that the gentleman from M assachusetts (Mr
Adams) had, although he came from lie very bitterest
port on of the Northern part of the Confederacy, offer! d
a proposition in the committee of thirty-time grant.! g
more than the Constitution git trail tee-; the propot itoti
provides that slavery shall uot be interfi led with in ll e
S'ates »itv out the consent ol all the States, and that tl e
prop -i'iou must moreover tome first from a slave Si te.
The Constitution allows that a two-thirds vote may
atn-t d the Constitution itt any rispeet. lie said the
North had beet a rouged by misrepresentation, at.d
quoted from Southern pti'dicatloia to show the Get —
Judge the party by the Republican Chicago plat
lie did uot call this up in order to uphold the Repub
lic in party, but let justice be done though the heaven*
fall ' , , , .
Mr. Burnett aud Mr. Fouke both read resolutions
which were introduced las. session, repud alii g and de
ni ing the tight of prop -rty in man.
Mr Nelsou said that the Governor of South Catobna
said iu bis message that the South come into the
S lulln in Confederacy, lie in a Tetiin s etn, wotl'd SftV,
i;,.it the p. ople would not be coerced by cither ihe North
or .c.-s-ion , arty of the South. The in. tt who h id b en
rep:• s jilted at the battles of Kutaw, K g’* .Mount slit,
Yorktowu and the battle- of Mexico, would never be fot
ced inti) anything And they would resist 10 arms, and
to 111 ■ .lealh, a movement which would cause ruin to
come, not on the politician, but on the labeling men of
the country.
Mr L'ako, of Virginia, obtained the n jor. He declar
ed lire the eh el ion ol Lincoln w.m cau.-c lor secession
Not pieci-cly the election it ■ If, but the evidence which
11 gave of the fact that that cause exists. These great
billows of evil lud risen up and tolled on until they bad
over opped our b.-acoo fight, and hidden our lighthouse;
and wiieu the good ship of State had been btoken to
pieces, and the sh ittnii.g fragnu uls were floating on the
great ocean ol pipuhr tumult, ihey of the Sou h wer«
ru led upon, aud it was »veil demanded ol them, that
they should come aud help to put the -hip together again.
II had no idea of a reconstitution lh • gentleman from
Virginia, his colleague, (Mr. Clemen*,) had quoted from
liio FareIV. II Address ot Washingtou. l*id not the gen
1|,.|„ ,u v< ry well k: OW that in th it v. ry a.ld'Ct* he warn
ed hi' countrymen again-1 the evil- ol sectional strife.
The Governor of Ohio and the Governor of Iowa h id
bodi teiused to deliver up fugi ives front ju.-tiei aud
criminals upon req ii-uti m. In tile lor n, r eise the pro
par ulli ltvio were alljx.d, and the reqiisitiau fully and
atrictlv legal.
In the l.itt r c tsc the Goieuior of Iowa refused to
give up u crimiual on the p etcxi that the alli lavit was
only made befotc a notary public, and mure than that,
he had given notice to the criminal of that fac b. foie
the so-called mistake could be rtc ifie I. In the North
th.-y hud not only sun t fie I ciitu , but they made
il a high crim • and a misdemeanor to obey the
highest law iu the land. Virginia would most ceil duly
g Ton before the 4th of Ma oh next, and when the tc
p iblicans d d meet ou that day it would uot be to inau
gurste a President, but to install a miserable kit g over
their provinces, instead of binding their brows w .th the
glorious wreath of conciliation. Il they u fus'd it, un 1
were determined to hold the Union together by force of
a-m-*, in God's u mte he would bid tbem welcome to it
Mr. l’ottle, ol N. Y., addr ased the House He was
willu g to coucede all that he could eonsiatenlly with the
Chicago platform, aud if the South w ould not ace pt that,
he washed his hands of the whole nmlU r. If the South
_.11 . I ts. I«w u.,11 uti.l irru.a?' if IHtl lit* llllil for Pfl*
O'CtOU.
Mr. Grow, of Pa, introduced a resolution insruet
ing tbe cOiuuiitUc of five to inquire whether or not uoy
O'guD x tiioo • asts in tbe District of Columbia whose iu
Untiotis w«re to seine on ihe federal property.
Objected to in constqueuee oi no quorum being pres
ent,
And at 41 o’clock the House adjourned.
I i*IIUHKY WINKS AM> POUT WINKS eitremrlj
JN uhl an.I tine qualities of ourown lm| ortatlin In store and for
by SKI.KEN * MILLER,
Jan. 91. Corner Pearl k Cary Street*.
/ tllAJIPlG' K WINKS IN HALF PINTS, -f
V J very superior quality, for sale bv 8KI,l*EN k MILLER,
J»u. 21. Corner P.arl k C«ry Streets.
GUANO, OUA NO.—We have on hind a full supply of
Elide Island Guano,
Reese's Manipulated, do.,
Sombrero, do..
Cast -r Pumtnaee,
tlroue.I Plaster.
All of the above sold al lowest prices. A. Y STOKE! A CO.
js'JI—1 m_
I'PHOLSTERY AM) l*AI,KH-HAMil\tiS.
Til K subscriber respectfully solicits a call from till friends and
the public generally, to examine Ids stock of goods In the above
Une, consisting of the following:
Carpi'tlnga.
Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels. Three ply, Venetian, Dutch, II. mp,
Ac.; Hearth Rugs, Door Mats and Stair Rods.
fitrlnIn Goods.
Brocatel, Satin Ptrawk, Union Damask Tassel*, Gimps, Lace
and Muslin Curtains with a splendid assortment of Window Cor
nices, Bands anil Pins. Window Shades—a large assortment of
all the latest styles, with Satures of the most approved kinds now
n use.
Floor OII*('loth,
Of all the best patterns, and from the best quality to the lowest
price.), which will be cut to At halls and rooms of all dimensions.—
Also, Table Cloths - a large variety.
Fa po fills tl tr I new.
A splendid assortment of all the latest styles, as follows: Velvet,
Gold, Satin and Plain Papers, of every shade and color, with imita
tions of the different kind* of wood and marble. Being a practical
workman myself, and having the l» st workmen employed, all work
will be warranted to give satisfaction.
All orders for anything In the above Une will be punctually at
tended to, both in the city or country.
WILLIAM A WAITERS.
p. 8.—Hair and Shuck Mattresses and Pesthcr Bed* ou hand,
nd made to order, of the best materials. [oc*] W. A. W.
TUNE OLD WINKS AND LIQUORS of evet? dc
I1 scrlpUon, sultab e for Christmas season an t for sale In quan
tities to salt purchasers. 8KI.DKN A MILLER,
drc19 Cor. Pearl A Cary 8t-e«ls.
FVT.1TO PS.-50 hbls Superior Northern Mercer Potatoes,
just received and for sale by
del* HUNT A JAMES.
g)iv CASKS Til III A SONS SCOTCH ALR.
Zl F Just received and fo- sale by
dels _DUPLET A CD., 79 Main St.
NKGRO CLOTHING
AT
KENT, PAINE & CO.’S
WHOLESALE CLOTHING WARE ROOMS.
WK have on hand a large supply of NEGRO MEN'S au.l HO Vk
CLOTII'NG. jut manufactured of the following goo 's, vlx
Itab, A rginla
Fulled I.'lo’h, estra quality
G-ay do do
plain aad TweedeJ Kbce/s Grey Satinet.
The above floods are made In the most substantial manner, and
willl be sold cn icasonable terms.
de19 KENT, PAINE A OO.
HARD Tl Tl KS AND COLD WEATHKR COMB
TOdETrt IR.
rgxHK.S sa»e miney by saving foet, save both, and 'o- a,
I crease your comfort at the same lime, by proeur'ng
HEATERS, RANOt 8 and ETOVkS of the latest and most iiMl
approved ronfracUon.
The “Victor Gas Burner" warm* two r oms with one scuttle cl
coal, and never W*er» tire. „
••The Partible Orate Is both cheerful and sen* ble
Stove* told by me, In year* pa»t, repaired or taken In exchange
f°ETF”.Second hand Stove* *ol I cheap
il o. Plumbing. Gaa-llU ng and T.n Wort done with despatch
•t th* -Governor Street Solve Store," B-lvin . Row Richmond
at Ute Governor aw eR0R).K STARRElT.
V^-Terawcneh. dell-tue
BALTIMORE LOOK HOSPITAL.
ESTABLISHED AS A RRFUflK FROM QUACKERY
The Only • lace where a Care can be Obtained
DR. JOHNSON h«s discovered the most Certain, Speedy am
only Effeclusl Remedy In the World for Weakness of th
Back orLImMs, BtrictBT**, Affection* i.f the Kidneys and Bladder
Involuntary Discharge*, Imp- tenejr. General Debt ity. Nervous
ness Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Bplrlu, Oonfusloa of Ideas, Palpi
tatiou of the Heart, Timldllr.Ticmbdugs, Dlmne * of bight or Old
dturea. Disease of the Head, Ihroal, Nose or Bkin, Affections of thi
Lungs! Biomarh or Bowels—those Terrll le Disorders arts'ng fron
the Solitary Habile of Toutli— those sscaar and .olltary practice
more fatal to their victims than the song of Rvrens to tlie Mariner
of rijtaes, blighting their moet brilliant hopes or antlclpatlons.ren
dering marrisge, Ac., Irmo-Jible.^ ^
Especially, who have become the victims of Rolitarv Vice, tht
dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untlwe
ly grave thousands of Yeung men of the most exalted talents ant
brt.llant Intellect, »ho might otherwise have eD'raneed llstenlni
Senate* with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecalacy thi
living lyre, tnay call with full confidence.
" ’ ' MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage,heln]
aware of physical weakness, organic debility, defoimlties, Ac.
speedily cured. ... _
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may rellglousl.t
confide In his honor as a gentleman, ami confidently rely upon hli
sxil, as. Physician.
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored.
This Dreadful Disease-which renders Life miserable and Mar
rlsge Impossible—Is the penalty paid by the vlct'ms of Improper
Indulgences. Young persoUS are loo apt to commit excesses fron
not being aware of the dreadful consequences that may eueue.
Noy», who D-at understands the subject wilt pretend to deny thi
the power of procreation Is lo t sooner hy those falling Into 1m
proptr habits than hy the prudent ? Besides being deprived of thi
pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious and desltuctlvi
sym touts to hath body stidjnlnd arise. The system tecomrs Pe
ranged, the Physical and Meutal Functions W eat entd .Loss of Pro
creative Power, Nervous Irrllahldtv, Dyspepsia, Paly Italion of tin
Heart, Indigestion, Constltnth nal Debility, a Wasting of the Frame
Coughs, Consumption, Ac.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doo-s from thi
corner. Fail not to olu.rve nxnte anil nuiubtr.
Letters must he paid atd contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diplo
mas huog In his office.
DR JOHNSON,
Member of the Royal College of Burgeons, graduate from one o
the most eminent Colleges In the Tin'te t Stales, an I the greatei
part of whose life haa been spent In the hospitals of Lyndon, Par
Is, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has tffecled si me of the most as
t-nlshing cures that were ever known; many troubled with ringini
In the head and eats when as'eep, greet n»rvuusneis, be.ng alarm
ed at sudden sounds, barhfulncss, with frequent blushing, at
ten'ed sometimes with a derangement of mind, were cured tm
mediately,
TAKE PARTICITLAR NOTICE.
Dr J. addtesee. all tho.e who have Iqjtirtd tberselves by Itn
proper Indulgence and solitary habhs, wbleh ruin both body anf
mind, unfit log them for either business, study, society or mar
nsge.
These are some of the sxd anJ melancho'y effects produced bj
early habits rf youth, via : Weakness of the Back and Limbs
Palnalu the Head, Diinniu of Eight, Loss of Muscular Power, Pal
pitatlon of The Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous I liability, Derange
merit of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms o!
Oonsuinptlon.
MsgTiLLV.—The fearful effects on the mind are much to Ik
dread' •: -Less of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Bpir
its Evil Fbn boding*, Aversion to Society, Belf-ulitnsat, Lot* o
E. IHude, T ti.idltv, Ac , are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persot s of all ages can now judge what Is the exult
of their declining health, Using llitir vigor, becoming weak, pale
nerviui and emaciated; having a slngu'ar appearance about tht
eyes, cough and syn ptnms of consumption.
Who have injured theinse^ el by » certain practice Indulged Ir
when alone » habit f-cqut nt y leara-d from evil companions, 01
at school, the rff-ers of which arc nightly felt, even when asleep
and If not cured renders marriage Impossible, and destroys bolt
mind ,nd tody, shoulJ apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country, tin
darling of his parents, shou tl be snatched from all prospects am
enjoyment of life, by the consequence of deviating from the patt
of nature and indulging In * certain secret habit. Such peraoni
wear, before contemplating
MARRIAGE,
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary rrqultl
tion to promote connubial happiness, indeed, without these, tin
jourt.ey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospecl
hou'l.v darkens to the view ; the ulnd he nines shallowed with ties
pair and tilled with the melancholy reflection that the happiness o
another be.omta blight.d with oar own,
MSKAflK Of IMPRUDENCE,
When the mtagijhM an I inq rud„nt volqry of pleasure Static hi
has Imblhe l the seeds of this paiuflil disease. It too often hat p»ni
that an III 'Irt.d sense of shame, or dro.il of discovery, deters hill
from applt u g t" those who, ftuin education and rrsp. rtulnllty. car
alone heft i.a.l him. lie falls Into Ihcl.anjsof the Ignorant an,
designing prettnd* r», who, Incapable of ruling, tilt h bis pecuniar]
substance, keep him trifling month after mnutb, or aa l-ng as thi
smallest fee can be obtained, and In dopalr leave him with ruinec
h, ab.li to sigh over Ids galling disappointment; or, by the use o
that deadly poison, Mercury, hast- n the constitutional system o
this terrlnle disease, such as affection of the Head, Throat, Nose
Bkln, etc.,pregrts.log with frightful rapidity till death puts a pe
rlo:l to his dreadfu's ifferings by s.-ndlng bint to that undlaeoverei
c. untry from whose bourne n - trav-ler teliirns.
ENDORSEMENT OK THE PRE.dE.
Pit-many th.ii.inui* cured at lids Institution within the las
eight, en yt ars an-1 the numer->tu Important eutgical Gprralloni
performed by Dr J.-l.n-toii, wituess-d by tbereporte * of the “Hun'
and srativ c.tl. r p*t~ rs, notices of wh'ch have appeared again am
igwiu before the pahtic, besides M« otandlng at a gentleman o
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the al
fllCted.
AKIN DI-EAHEd PPEEDII.Y CURED.
P- rsot s writing should he particular in directing their lettera L
Ids Institution, in the following manner ;
JOHN SI. JOHNSTON, M. I>„ *
Baltitnor lawk Hospital,
auSt—ly Baltimore Maryland.
pn CIS N Ik I II 1.1 N 1*0 K I Kit Just received fl»:
•ft 1 easel Dubl'o Porter, the best Portir .nqiictnl. for sale li
qilaut tie. to suit,by Ll’DIAV A CO ,
n i' ;: m tin street
IMMIOVKI) MUICH YVKSSUIKT EMPORIUM,
(toutlc*mens Kuril ishinhf(«oodf
\Ar *■ now i.n h%n<l ov»r?*“" *to* Milrt*, nil prkr*. quiHtlc
Y f
Them* Miliu »r-* all mail*- with Ihe famou* l.nj.r'-vrl PreBCl
?*'ke, ai.d ar»- warranted fit.
Our Maortnienl of Tie* and Oravats can’t be f*i*wt In tie rlt y c
Richmond
He would call attention to our large *tc*ok of Under Shirts an
Drawer*, which la Verv full, and contain* full line* In tfilk, Owut
Meri«j'«*a. Linen, and Cotton
WV have liicrt*a»**d our farilitlr* for making Hhlrta to order, a
the aborts at po«*lls|e nolle**, and a perfect fit warranted.
AUo, o& hand, a tine *U>ck of Heady Made Ch thing.
BTURTKVANT A MAGHIKf,
MS No. 94 Main tfttevt. Cor. 14th At.
“<»liT TIIK KEST.”
Splendid .Stock ofPiano?.
WORCESTER'S NEW SCALE
WE offer for a ale a full as nrlmsnt eftbe most superb
PIANO roRTEM
ever offered for sale 'nthis market, and a<k so examination froi
those Id waul of the BEST PIANO."* st Hie /,-u- *f pn. <*.
A. MORRIS,
oc.'6 B.mkseller and Dealer In Pianofortrs,
MILLINERY FALL TRADER ML
1 DESIRE to call attention t-i my removal *r. ni Nu. 109 Mai
street, to the commedtous tier building No. 229 Main street, at
joining the Dew
'•8POTSW00D HOTEL,"
between nth anil 9th streets, where 1 am p. epared to exhibit a lari
tl stork of
MILLINERY GOODS
and ready made Millinery At licit s thin heretofore, ronil-tlng t
Silk, Straw and Velvet bonnets, Bonnet Plumes. Ribbons, Ernie
and American Slower*, Bridal Wreaths, Head Dresses, Dress Ca'i
Lace Caps and Berthas, Crape and Mueiiu Collet- anil Sleeves It
fant*' Caps, lists and Cloaks Ruches and Tabs, Ae , In a'l stylo
lu connection with the general Millinery business, I will tnanufai
lure to ordtr Cloaks and Mantillas, of all kinds, In the latest fa.-!
lonable styles, at reasonable prices. All orders will receive prom]
and special attention. N. G. HAKTnN,
sel _ 82f Main BL
gQ ilAGR OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COP
9<i bbls “B" Coffee Sugar
20 •• Patent Cut do
10 ** Crushed do
10 ** Pulverised do
20 half chests Green and Black Te«s
SII boxes Pine apple and Engtivi Dairy I'neese
A Urge assortment of English Sauces and I icklrs.
Also, French and English Mustard.
Just received and for sale by YANCEY A HARRISON,
ocl2 219 Main itre.t.
tar SEWING MACHINES. J&
SLOATS
CELEBRATED ELLIPTIC LOCK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES,
AKK MOW HAKITtCTBRU) DV THK
UNION MANUFACTURING CO.,
(Late Lester Manufacturing Co.)
Ol'Richmond Virginia,
ANI> ARE YOU SALE AT HTORE
No. g:tl iTIain Sired!!
These Machines of Home Manufacture, are warranted t'ebe
Id use.
PLEASE
_CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. no8
" CLOSING OUT PRICES.
ANTI01 PATINO removal to our new store, we dcs!re to sell o<
our prtseDt slock of
WHITER CLOTHING,
And to this end offer extraordinary Inducements to purchsser
Call early. KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS,
ja$2 112 Main street.
Cl O H \ ST A Kill—For making puddings, pies, Ac., for sa
J hy de24 DOVE A 00 , Drugget.
SUGAlt. -250 bbls. Crushed arnl Cut Loaf Sogar, fer .ale l
j»7 EDMOND, DAVENPORT A CO.
PLANMG MACHINES
AND
STEAM ENGINES,
MADE UPON
-SOUTHERN SOILUI
THE
UNION MAN UFA <’TI1 KING COMPANY
or
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Are now ready to furn'.h the celebrated
WOODWRITH
PLANING MACHINES,
WHICH require no other recoinin'nda iuu than Uielr alreai
established repu'allou.
AND ALSO
STATIONARY STRAW ENGINES,
Of from 25 to 100 Hone Power, which they tei’l Imihl nt <i It
price per home jnneer than they ran It fnmi-Jml nt nny Kori
cm K.tahH‘hmmt
Th-se MACHINES are built under the pernonal mpervlslon
JOHN H. LESTKK, Krq . formerly of Brooklyn. N. Y., wh., as
Manufacturer, Is well aid widely known, and they are wairaidi
to give aatDf'Ctlon
ttr OFFICE NO 231 MAIN STREET, IXA
Hit'bisioaad, Vat.
UifSeDd for Descript ve F.-npl.let, noiS—If
LEWIS WEBB dk JOHN O. WAKE offer for si
SUGARS.
25 hhds. Cuba Muscovado
25 lib's A Coffee,
50 do. Kx C do,
25 do. Cut L >tf,
12 boxes Loaf,
80 bbls. new crop, New Orleans Molasses,
70 do. Small and medium No. 8 Mackerel,
luo Pockets Java, I r -
800 bags Laguij ra f U0"”
18 tierces prime new Uce._ de24
SILK LBATHBB.-fcOAdes, for sals by
jatb 1, A G. B. DAVENPORT.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tn* Amalgamation or Langlagkn.—There is a grow
| ing tendency in this age to appropriate the most express
ive words ol other languages, and after a while to incot
porate them into our own; thus the word Ccphxlie, which
is fiom the Greek, siguifying “for the head," is now be
coming popiilarizid in connection with Mr Spalding’s
, great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a
1 more general way, and the word Cephalic will become ns
1 common as Electrotv pe and many others whose distinc
tion as foreign words has been worn away by common
usage until they seem ‘ native and to the manor born.”
I
’ardly Renllzed*
ni ’ad ’n 'orrible 'eadache this hafternoon, hand hi stepped
binlothe (apothecaries hand savs hi to the man, “Can you
liease me of ban ’eadache?" “Does hit hache ’ard," says
’e "II xcreding]y,’’says hi,hand hiipon that 'e gave me a
Cephalic Pill hand ’pon me 'ouor hit cured me so quick
that I ’ardly lealized hi 'ad ad 'an 'eadache.
'Hkahaciic is the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatevt r from the natural
stale of the brain, and viewed in this light it may be look
ed ou as a safeguard intended to give notice of disease
which might otherwise escape attention,!ill too late to be
remedied ; and its indications should never be neglected.
Headaches may he classified under two names, viz :—
Symptomatic and Idiopathic. Symptomatic Headache is
exceedingly common and is the precursor of a great va
riety of diseases, among whioh are Apoplexy, Gout,
Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases. In its nervous form
it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach, constitutii g
lick headache, of hepatic disease, constituting hiliuui
headache, of worms, constipation and other disorders of
the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affections. Die
eases of the heart are very frequently attend-<1 with
Headaches; Anu-mia and plelhotia are also affections
which frequently occasion headache. Idiopathic Hind
ache is also very cotnmou, being usually distinguished by
the inline of iiervemi headache, sometimes coming on sud
denly in a state of apparently sound health and prostrat
iug at once the mental and physical energies, und in oth
er instances it comes on slowly, heralded by depression of
spirits or acerbity of temper. In most instances the pain
is in the front of the head, over one or both eyes, and
sometimes provoking vomiting; under this cltas may al
so be named Neuralgia.
For the treatment of either class of Headache the Ceph
alic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy, re
lieving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and by its
subtle power eradicating the diseases of which Headache
is the unerring index:
BmnnrT.—Missus wants von to send her a box of Ce
phalie Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills—but Pm
tbiuking that’s not just it naithe r; but perhaps ye'll be
after knowing what it is. Ye sc she’s nigh dead and
gone with the Sick Headache, aud wants some u.ore ol
that same as relieved her before.
Druggitl.—You must mean Spalding’s Cephalic Pills
llriJyet.— Och! sure now and you've sed it; hereV
the quarther, and giv me the Pills and don't be all day
about it aither:
Constipation or Cos} I vent as.
So one ol the “many ills that lltt-di is heir to” is so
prevalent, so little understood, and so much neglected as
Costivcncss. Ofteu originating in carelessness, or seden
tary Imbi's, it is regarded as a sVght disorder of too lit
tle consequence to excite anxiety, while in reality it is
a |>reecur.-or and com|>aniou of many of the me.si fatal
and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated it
will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
the lighter evils ol which costiveness is the usual attend
ant, nre Headache, Colic, Rbrumati»ra, Foul Breath, Piles
and others of like nature, while a long train of frightful
diseases, such as Malignant Fevers, Abscesses, Dysen
tery, Diarrhcen, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria,
i Hypochondriasis, Melancholy and Insanity, first indicate
| tlu ir presence in the system by this alarming symptom
i Not unln quently the di-e.i <s named originate in Consti
pation, but take on an independent existence unless the
cause is eradicated in an early stage. From all these
consul, rations it follows that the disorder should receive
immediate att» tuinn whenever it occurs, and no person
.should neglect to get a hox of Cephalic Pills on the first
jpprarunce of the complaint, as th* ir timely use will ex
(m 1 the iu-idious approaches of disease and destroy thl
r dangerous foe to human life.
A Iti-iil niemilii|{.
Pfiytieian.—W* II, Mrs. Jones, bow is that headache
Mrt. Junet.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pdl you
' sent cured me in just twenty minutes, and 1 wi-h yon
, would send more so that I can have them handy.
Pltgtieian.—You can g-1 them at any Druggists. Call
f for Cephalic Pills, I find they never fail, and 1 recoin -
l mend tin rn in all eases of Headache.
. l/r.« J ’Htt.- I .»ha!! ser.d for a hox di-ectlv, and shal
( tell all my suffering friends, for they are a rt.il Llruittg.
Twenty Millions or Dollars save!i.—-Mr Spalding
has sold two millions of botth - of his cch brated l’re
pared Glue, and it is estinmted that each bottle saves at
hast ten dollars north of broken furniture, thus making
an aggregate of twenty millions ol dollars reclaimed
from total loss by this valuable invention. Having made
bis Glue « household word, he now propo-cs to do the
, world ‘till greater service by curing all the aching beads
wiih his f'i ph die Pills, and if they are a. good as his
Glue, Headaches will soon vanish away like snow in July.
, Over Etcitemext, and the mental care and anxiety
• incident to close attention to business or study, arc
among the numerous causes of Nervous Headache! The
. disordered state of nriud and body incident to this dis
trussing complaint is a fatal blow to all cncgy and am
bition. Sufferers by this disorder can always obtain
1 speedy relief from these distressing attacks hy using one
of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symptoms appear.—
! It quiets the overtasked brain, and soothes the strained
. and jarring nerves, nr d relaxes the tension of the rtonr
' mrh which always accompanies and aggravates the disor
i drred condition ol the brain.
Fact woRTn Knowing.—Spalding’s Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache Ner
vnua U..a.la..ha l'/uliui.kcs „,,.l H........ I n..k:l:._
Grkat Disrovvr.v.—Among the most important of all
the great medical discoveries of this age nmy he consid
- ered the system of vaccination for protection from Small
Pex, the Cephalic Pill lot relief ol Headache, and the
use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either of
which is a sure specific, whose benefits will be experienc
ed by suffering bumauity long after their discoverers are
forgotten.
t$TDid yon ever have the 8i< k Headache? Do you
remember the throbbiug temples, the fevered brow, the
loathing ami digital at the sight of food. How totally
unfit yon were for pleasure, conversation or study. One
of the Cephalic Pills would have relieved you from all
it the stiff ring wl ich you then experienced. For this and
other purpofe* you should always have a box of them on
hand to use as occasion requires.
CEPHALIC PILLS,
«■ CURE SICK HEADACHE I
CEPHALIC PILLS,
>
Cure Nervous Headache!
CEPHALIC PILLS,
CURE ALL KINDS OF HEADACHE!
By the nee of these Ptlle the periodic at ticks of .Yerwou* or Sic l
ITtadackt may be prevented; and If lakea at the cone ence
ment r.f an attack immediate relief from pain and alckncea will bi
obtained.
They acldom fall In removing the Xtituea and fTcaJacke U
which female* arc so subject.
They art gently upon the bowel*,—remo.isg Co tirenenn
y For Literary Men Stnilent*, Delicate Female*, and al' peisom
of nitlavtary huliUe, they arc valuable aa a Larntive, Imprnvlni
the nji/ietite, giving tone aril riyoc to the digestive • rg tnf, am
restoring the n <t rat elasticity and strength of the wholf system
,A The CEPHALIC PILLS are the rrtu't of lor.g Investigation in.
I care u'ly conducted rxperlmtnta, having been In use many years
( durhig which time they have prevented and relit vrd a vae
„ amount of pain and autT-Hog from Headache, whether o Iglna
fd ting In tie nertuait system or from a deranged itate of tie
nlomark.
They are entirel* Vegetable In their composition, and irag be ta
ken at all time* wl h perfect safety, without mak ng any chan re o
r diet,amt thealncnec of any dittfrotahU tonic, remle-n It eii*|
to adminlnUr them to children
BEWARE OF COUNT* ItPEITS !
The geautae have Are alguaturee of Henry C. Spalding on eacl
Box
Bold by Druggists and all other Dc d<rs In Medicine*
A Box will be sent by mall prepa'd on reei Ipt i t the
PRICE 26 CENTS,
AB order* should b* addressed to
IIENRY C. SPALDING,
dett—dclwly 48 Cc**r Mreet, New York.
RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
TERMS:
Dally Paper, f 8 per Mean; Scml Wsekly, f 5; Weekly, ft; a
eeys lo advance. BemlUanees may be made at th* rlek of th
fablkhcrt In all oaaee wher» evidence Is taken on the deposit of i
alter in the Toil Office containing money.
anvsarauae.
lot Square, (ll) line*) or leae, one Insertion........ t
Cecil oddltlonal Insertion. 1
One month without alteration.ft i
Tl.rie do do .10 0
Six do de .SO 0
Twelve do do .„...f6t*
fWO Squares, Three niouttia.15 0
Six months.*5 0
Twelve month*.50 i*
fff No advertliemei-t to be eonsldeied by Use month or yea
euleta ipedfled on the Manuscript, or previously agreed upon be
IWcen the parties.
An advi-rtlirmrnt not marked on the copy for a speeded num
ker of liuertlun* will be continued until ordered out, end pay men
undid accordingly.
0T It soon a Am.xavii'koiivm—To avoid any mlauadentandloi
»n the part ol the Annual Adrertlacre, Ills proper lo (late diuHncity
that their privileges only extendi to their Immediate business. Rea
■stale, Legal and all other Adveilltesnenu sent by them to be at
additions’ charge, and no variation.
|V Real Estate and General Agents' Adve UiemenU not to b<
Inserted by the year, but to be charged at the usual rates, subjee
lo such discount* ax (hall be agreed upon.
fW Hookaellcrx and yearly ailycrtiacrx,generally, engaging oni
jr more *puares, with the privilege of change, shall not, on thel
yearly average, In any oue week, Insert more thee the emaun
tgn ed upon at the ttamling ruie under the contract, and all excee
ling inch amount to be charged at the usual rates
Adrerttscmenta Inlirted In the Semi Weekly Whig at 75 centj
per iquar- of 1 () lines or k« for the first Insertion, and 50 cent)
pet square for each continuance, or If weekly, 75 ccnU.
«GRTLia BJI
MAY SAVE TIME, TROUBLE AND MONEY
nr n acuaHko thus
CLOTHING I FURNISHING GOODS
AT THE OLD' ESTABLISHED H0U*E
102 MAIN SI REET.
Where for moie than twenty years first class Goods hays baen
sold at right prices.
WRememberJD
They Warrant every article they tell, and offer at all limes the
LARGEST 8TOCd I
LATEST STYLES! 1
BEST BARGAINS!) I
“A Word to the Wise!"
no16_ _ KEEN BALDWIN k WILLIAM!
CLOTHING.
KAKIUCOTT, IMKItlhd CO.,
112 MAIN STREET.
HAVE on hand a large stock of CLOTHING, such ax
Orl tl Beaver Overcoats
Moscow Re>vcr do.
Eng Ish Whitney do.
D*a'.i Beaver Garrackt
Black P< teratiam do.
Silver Mixed Cats guile
Grey Case do
Velveteen Hunting Spit,
Black and HruWu french Cart Suita
Black am Fancy ':«•» Pant*
Fancy and Black Bilk V. ,»u
Black and Fancy Velvet Veita
Bh'rta, Collar*, Seeks and Tie*
Under Shir's and Drawer!
Boy«' Clothing, Children'* Cl .thing.
For Bargains call on DAKUICOTT, HARR1B A 00.,
nol6 112 Main Street
WINTER OLOTHINCSL
LET IT CtO|
A GOOD opporlunly It nnw c acred to purchasers to get good
stock at l»w price* We propose working down the whole
rtock, and think * . ,** pirate tbv public latte, both in style and
price.
WE SELL 'Ell CHEAP.
Over Coat*. Business Bull*, Ca*slmere pant*;
Velvet and Bill Vest*, Merino Shirt* and Drawers;
Gloves. Neck Ties. C« nt'otts. Collar* and Suspenders.
Any and every thing cn the hoard marked down.
For the neat month we shall push sales stnng. Ohs re roa Cash.
W. 8. TUPMAN, Agt,
dee .* 10y Main st.
Ti LE FAIR!
The Fair!!
I3FRB0NS visiting the City daring the /'.!/«, will do well to call
and examine our s’oek of
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
which Is the beat we have ever gotten up and pi Ice* to
SI IT ALL Ul YERS.
8IMP30N A M1T.1.ER,
Oppo ite Mitchell A Tyler’a.
W. B. Da vine..*, Salesman. oeJO
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
NO All WALKER CO.,
(Branch of the Baltimore House,)
103 C(trnt>F ilniu nntl 14ft or Pearl fttri-cta,
RICHMOND, VA.,
DKALhRB IN RFADV MADK AND MANUFACTURERS
OF
GENTS AND VOITHS’ FINE CLOTHING
AND FI KNISIIINO GOODS
Alto a large stock of CHEAP CLOTHING, adapted to Servants
W ear, te whh b we invite tin special Vlenllon of
Tobacco Manufacturers aud Farmers,
odd _
CLOTHING.
Immense Sacrifiee*
III A v K i». *t*u*k iboiit lt*> Or. r rojts and Iu4t» z* Conti, c f dlf
fe.-tnt <t udI il^Ui, left over from Inst >ekr, which
hive «tlrclnl out tixl
MAKKKD DOW .V,
to kt*iuirnr h If of the UftOfc) SKI I'NO N't L
Call Mill • XkU.lf e t • rn, ar <1 all those * <*t tlr.l down to fml.lr.i
ckii eel a gne d artli lr for a very small prlco; a »n»d to the *!••».
Cali e*:ly ni.»l taka k chaut, ihli Is no humbug, I nuao all
»ar, iv*e gooii« are here, and kL*»t oo.
M9 WM IK4 MUfH, IN Mahigk
NOTICE.
flAllK subscriber having made a ehang. In h.D hutlnei. on the 1*
1 of July last, makes it oeetssarythal all acci.unl* dug him |.r«
vlous to that time slnuld be dosed. He would, therefore, ask o
his old friends anil curio" era to rume forward and discharge tbel
Indebtedness. Thankful fur oaat favors, he would a-k a eontlnu
anee of their pairouage to the new concern of 8PFNCK A GARY
K. It. 8PKNCK,
No. 140, cor Main and 13U) Bta.
Richmond, Aug. 20,1(60. _au2.*.
COPAKTN S- KSlfl F,
1 HAVE this day auoclated with me, In Uie Merchant Tallorln
and R-aJy Made Clotiiirg Purine*., WM. O OARhV, e
Boydton, Mecklenburg. Co., Va , said Coparcuershp to date frni
July l.t, I Stilt. The business will hereafter be conducted under th
name and stvle of Bptnre A Garry
Oraleful for the very liberal patronage I have received fbr th
past 2u years would most respectfully ask a continuance of th
lame to the new concern. K. B 8PKN0E,
|v81 No 12n corner of Main and t3th Btreet.
JOHN C. SHAFER A CO*
DRAPERS AND TAILORS
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
14tta STREET, HK II.nOIVD, VA.
Would respectfully call attention to their new styles of
F a 11 and W inter Goods.
_S«K
HOOFING!!
GRAVEL ROOFING!!!
BIOTSSIA (Ok FELT) ROOFITOMM
TIN KOOFINO
W* are now prepared to pat on the OKAVkL ROOFING, of
Vary superior quality, either lu town or ccuutry.
Also, all klbds of QUTTERB,
CONDUCTORS,
and LIGHTNING RODS
CHARLES, D. YALE A 00.,
ap!8—tf Iron Block Oovernor Stree
STOFKft FOR SALE.
ROANOKE VALI.KY RAILROAD 1ST MOR1
fp»>\f\J gage, 8 per cent bonds, connecting with Ui
Richmond and Danville, and Raleigh aud Gaston Railroads, I
miles long, coaling over one million of dollars, with a mortgage i
only 480,00'*, For a minute description of the present condition an
future prospect of the Company, pamphlets cau be had at our o
flee.
-ALSO—
6000 Va. and Tennessee, 8d mortgage
8000 Yore River 8 per eent. Bonds
6000 Virginia 6's
80 shares Richmond Fire Association
60 do Tire and Marine
4000 do Bank of the Commonwealth
sett-tf C. W. PCROELL A 00.
WB HAVB IN STORK AND OITcr for Sal
on as favorable terms as the article can be Imported for. 8
ly pa kaget 04, X and X pipes) of pure and beat quality PRENO
BRANDY, of our own Importation.
ap4 AT.VPY A LIPSOOMP.
WESTON & WILLIAMS
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES
LEATHER AND TRUNKS,
NO. 15,
Pearl Street,
Richmond, Virginia.
auSI—ly
T a 1 0 II Sill 0 N a H d
On tile European Plan,
CITY OP NEW YORK
Single Rooms 50 Ote*. per l>a>
CITY HALL SQUARE, CORNER OP PRANK PORT STREET,
(0|>|iO-it<* (I|lv Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered In the spacious Kefeetorv. The
I* a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel.
N. It.- Ili ware of Kiinnrra und limit men, wl
,ay are are fulL K. PKKNCH,
oe*ej—ly Proprietor.
,A t > f till- r.vry ll.uvg'st and Grocer to purchase 8eir.pl.
Infallible Baking F..wde- Farmer,
17th and Franklin Stree1*,
JOHN W GARL'CK,
jFclI Hole Proprietor and Manufacturer.
WIKCHKNT K’< RVK('P OF TIIK HYFI
PriOHPH AT‘H, p eparc i by fir Cbureblil's furuu a. a
eonsLIneta most Valuable reinxly In the Iriatme t fo** the Cc
■umpihi t. For sale, wlih manr new and va'nai le pn-paialions,
MEADE A HAKES, I humaceutleta,
detl I'd Main il cor, above P. O
s/tA Ran* A D t BIANTIN K OA N RLHR.-I
11M f ,al- lie * * '* WM. WALLACE SONS
CRYSTALLINE JELLY.
OVER 8 quart* of tr.n -pwent »Hi Jelly can he made w!lh o
pakage of SPARK 1.1 Art GELATINS, I y oar Improved dir
dons, and that with* ut boiling or the use of • eg*.
ME*HE A BAKER, Druggists,
jal I'd Mala St. corn r above P. 0
1 A/1 BASKETS CMAMPAfiNF. -For sale bv
iUU iej» WM. WALLACE lONI
^ 801TUKKI LOCK Mt.lVFiTOBT. ^
DW KI.MNU f-orka of every dererl) tlon , Eliding Door I rim
mlnge of the brat quality, A too, Prtaon and Hnnk loeka ;
I Htngra nod Bulla of any hclflil. Bella hung, will, or wtthoi I
i Tuhee.
AIJ, HINDU OP REPAIRING DONE
Af I aell no work but my own manufacture, ! air, prepart J to
| Warrant It to give aotlra aatiafacUoa to tkoaa wbo may faror at
I with a anil.
k WILLIAM READY,
k 990 Main Itrert, betwen 8th and 9th.
I f«10—ly__ Kifwuuau. Va
! * SHAKld’ PATENT
| COLTER HARROW.
YET* Invite the attention of the Farming Community
i Wu,w, NEW HARROW
which hu been tried by n.aoy practical Earnera and proaoancrd
I by them to be the Very beat Implnm ft yet made, for preparing
I U.e land for .eedlcg ainali grain, and effectually .-overlne th. earn*
1 alter feeding, with two hora.-a d'lng the work of rla alogle PI, wa.
We hare purrhaaed tne right for the Hate of Virginia, and are new
manufacturing them for the anaulng reaaon.and r.ap.. tfully lavtla
an examination of them.
1 _Jyll_ _ ORORGE WATT A CO.
8I0.B. LOWNEH. WM. B. COOK
I.OW.1ES A COOK'*
Foundry' and Manuiiiotorv,
Man graawr, nil una, amaaaoan, viatuau.
HAVISO made large addition to our ahop, to anlt tha Anther 1
trade, we will fell at the Northern pileea of lfM> We har#
over 100 different dealgua of Plain lend Ornamental Hailing,
Wrandaa, lluli-onla, Portia IMerea, Wludow
tlllft rd«, Ae., Ac., Vault and Cellar !»oora. Iron Haih, til,altera,
aud general HUrkaulihlog and ffnlahlng done with Draueaaaad
deapatch.
BF"Cemetery Railing for Uw eanr try, made to aa to be put as
by an ordinary mechanic. ]aV* If
\VIL,( ?OX HIIIMS
SEWING MACHINES.
txvnrtn nr
J. V. (JI lilts, viin Point,
POCAU0NTA8 eOI KTY, VA.,
AND la manufacaured uuder pateuie granted t, him and Jairea
Wlllcng. dated June 9, ISM. re larued July IS, )*.\s Pat.nlad
Auguat 10, If*', Eebiuary SI. l-dln A ao llrrenred under »lx ether
Patentla, covering the entlr- eoMtnicilun of the Mae) lor eonae
quently, there can be no I ligation la regard to the patent rt»> ■
It la leaf ccui.licaud and the uioat perfect working AMrlar Ma
chine now In nae
It forma a flit, even and etaaUe aeam, which la warranted not te
rip In wear, and la reliable upon all klida of fabric*.
Price |b5 to 175. ICvery Machine warranted.
Juno A. PEL VIM,
a .. . Bcld. ’a Mock,
•cpn 19th and Governor atrr,la.
f|Vf^ c-iierk.ruing proptlttor
* of CM BBTNL’T ghovb
" 11 '* «. t «* | ure*l Mr.lirlr i I
'gent ever known,) ha* frrrbh"
U the community a stimulant'
r»o.*.*, healthful and Invigorating
t fie fame rime a mild deRrioi a
>*e age. It ia calculated to da
•**r *l*h *he vile drugged atoff
hal Is palm*- J off or* the commc
tr v, an I which la Injurious to
ody and mind. In ad.ltl. n to
lie ertlrlcatea beneath, he baa
eeelved a Dlpl-ma from Iba
bTlTK Alilrri.irUAI. HOrIK
_ *1* add.tional testimony
from Dr. Ja .*, . uoa on, who te.iu * * uuuer oaih to Ha abso
lute purity,
CRRTIFICATkB.
pH LsboieHii, Sept. 9 HIM.
We have carefully teat d the avmj lr ..r Chestnut drove Whlaky
you sent oa, and find that It eo't ilr.a none of the Potior oss >ut
stance* known as Fusil Oil, which la the eharactuis'lc and Injurious
Ingredient of yhe Whisky! ia general ii»c.
BOOTH, GARKFT k PA MAO.
Aa Dtical Chemist*.
Nkw Yoak, Fepl. 3, |-,5a.
I have analysed a sample of Chestnut dr* ve W Maly, received
from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr , o' PI adelfll*. an.l I using care
fully tested it. I \m pleased to s.ate that it is tullrely free from
poisonous or Jelet* rl ui substances. It Is an u u tally pure and
Bne liavorcd Wl.ltky, JAMbS K f lilt TON,
Analytical Chemist.
Bom *, March T, 1 s"9.
I have made a chemical analysis f ccinm. r. 1*1 saa pies of
Chi *tnm Grove Whisky, whleb provi * l be fr>i from the heavy
FtHI Oil*, and perfectly | ure an.l nnaduIWraleri. The Bne flavor
of thl* Whlaky i* d lived Irom the dr do used In manufacturing it
Re pcctfully, A. A HAVI.S, M D , State Assaycr.
No 16 lb-vial on Street
Per sale by C WHARTON. Ja.
Bole Principal Agrr t,
ocA'- dm _No. lit Walnut tired, Philadelphia.
rilHK above PLRK WHISKY, COPPIK IHSTII bFDfroas MATT*
1 M) GRAIN, be Lg superior and uuifortn in quality, and l lgb
ly Improved by age. ia p rfrrred by cor anmera to all othi r W hi*
klcs, au.l particularly r*coo.me. »U-»I l.y the best Phya'clana »rd
Oh* mists, asp's-eaang all the requirement* of a TKI’I. TtrMO
IN VIltt.KATOR, and KKMkIMAL AURNT
T e Schuylkill W ater, of Philadelphia, used In the divtltation o
thU Whlaky, ia proved hy analysis to be the softest and pur. at a a
ter In the United Slate*, and to t la may, In a great degree, be a
tribute.! the excellence of this Whisky.
Pur sale by
ttfUKKlTIA* A klNPKON, Phrsnlx DktUlwg,
On fAr .VI huylkiU Miter , f hilaJtlpAia.
Orrc. ae 96 Watt graver, Nan You;
109 B..ctb Fa.>sr hr., PwiLanttraia,
ml 91—dly
IMMHiKTT A ANDERSON*
I (HiVRKNOK 8TRRKT,
1 A RK receiving fo» the Fall Trade, Carpetings, Oil Clolba, Mat
1 /V tings, Curt sin O odr, Cornices and Hands, W lndov eba. a*
Paper Hangings, Curled Hair and Mon, for sal at low prices —
, Carpets, Curtains Beds and Mattrcste. made to ord.r at then t».
: Uce. Paper hanging done ia the city or country by supeilor work
man_ _ foel—
LVHIBRR riRI).
I,1UOFXIs CARRINGTON, having purchaseil the atork of Inmbes
J of the laic k.lward Dudley »||| ron'lnuc the hu*li.. >■ at
the old yard. Corner Frmklln and 19th Hirer’*, where he wilt be
happy to aerve tl.c old customers of Mr Dudley, an.l the pul.Its
‘ generally.
Htock on hand,White Pine, Yellow Pine. Flooring, * alnut,Cher
ry, Ash, Mahogany, Maple, Button-Wo .1, Laths, FhlngV* Ac
Et’dFNF. CARRINGTON,
not Cur Franklin sad link Hirer!*.
10 flrklna N«. 1 Goshtn Butter
15 1 bis Buckwheat Floor
8o l.l.ta superfine Kxtia and Family Flour
Hmnke.l and Piek'edBalrcon
05 to bt la No. I N. C. Roe Hen Inga
95 peg* No. 1 Marker.!
25 bvs Fngllah Dalrv Ptne Apple and Goshen Cheese
Oat Meal, Rye Flour, Ac . Ae.
Just received and for sale on the lowest term* for caah or t«
» prompt customer*, at MINNIH A CO.’B Family Or rery,
9*1 and Main 81s.
| < anvr.o .ir.ru run MIHI.lt..
\J H Ea-ly Large York Cabbage
Do Osh-art ito
Do Hugarloaf do
Large Drumhead do
Do flat Dutch do
' Early Cauliflowers
r Round Savoy Spanish
Gridin Curled Kal*
if Early Butler Lettuce
•t Do Hardy llamme: smith do
f- Black and Spanish Radish, for sale by'
bcV__WM TAl.MAR, SON A CO.
GKNT*’ IIIIOADTHKtl) A II4IKS,- Very high cm
for winter wear and Double Hole, very snpirlrr and rhear
at Ho 43 Main Street, at Sign of the Big tool, by
__ WM WAT All's.
8WKKI < H> I-H. - 3* l.blj. Wilson's Hurry County gweei
Older, pure juice uf the apple, and exceedingly floe ut alily
just received and for tale by bU.IGN A Mlll.kk,
f IhH Cor Pearl and Cary su.
I flTilONK FAHMKK.k HOOT -Just reeHved a large
u JL supply of those celebrat'd Farmers Long Leg Double Sole
Sewed Boot*, at No. 43 Main Street, sign cf the big brot, by
or*3 WU WALSH.
, I860. I’AI.I. TRADE. 1860.
COACH MATKIUAIX
IRON AXLFH —VP.Ptkl lbs Iron Ax’rt, fretr. 1 t. I a aaaian
8 Inches, with | in* or nuts ; M» tots Tom ,n*..n’s^*Ji^L,
1 and Ives'pat., and Taper Ax'es.
hikings.
12,000 lbs. T. inltnson's Hweeds Steel, tempered and tcmn.on
Springs, from 2 to 10 pistes.
III'BS, SPOKE*, Ac.
VA sets Gum Hubs, 2u0 sets Bpokre, 100 rets Felloes, Shafts,
Poles, Bows, Ac.
CARRIAGE trimmings.
Curtain, Collar and Dash Leather; Enamelled Durk, L. tiling.
Mus In and Moleskin ; Broad ( lotl.», Laces. Eiinges, Tassels, Head
Linings, Damasks, Hit,.Is 1'astlngr, Mott, Ac , Ac.
- 130 kegs ilsmtru-re.l llorve and Mule r hoes.
To ca*h havers and prompt customers, we ar - prepared to offer
goods ut rrry low prim. WILLIAMS A H.I.IOTT.
lmpo-t.r*, wbol.tal sod rrtall dealers In Ilsrilware, Guns,
Coach Materials, Ac., 67 Main street, nearly o| p. alle Ht. Charles
• I "let. ^ OCXS
• KICHAUDSON’S
IRISH LINENS,
* OAHAtvKN, I»IAI»i:i(S. Ar.
/‘NONblJMERS of RICHARDSON’S I INENS. and those d.tlroui
vy of obtaining tlieGRMJINR OOOl H, should see that the aril*
Cles lh«y purchase are sealed with the u I r amc of the Srra,
J. N. Hlrli" r el son, Nona anil 4k»w<*t*n.
* 44 * guarantee of the snundn. is and dur I lllty r f the Goods.
Tula caution Is rer dereil essentially necesssrv. as large qttsall
lies of Inferior and defective I Inens are p-epared season aft*r sea*
JO" af^r season, and sealed with the name of RICH ARI MtN, by
h Houses, who, tegardlesa of the Inju’y Ibu* ii.fllctedahk.cn
- the Amer:ean cummer and the mat uhdrira of the genuine
•* Goods, w II r.r.t readily al.ao ’on a business s. prof t1 hie, while pur
d chasers can be imposed on with Good* of a worthies- character,
► J. BOI.IOCKR ALB LOCRB.
>y j»7—1y Ager.ls. 34 Kr ade Btreel, New Ysrk.
Dot f a oo.** nivipoiMi sun p KARRA*
PARII.LA — Ever* bottle waaranted to » ntalnthe virtues of
°r pound of lit* root. Prepared and for rale bv
n. I Dot R A DO . Dru r r l.t <
HAIR OIL*. POIRADR*. HKMTOHKH*. Are.
A supply of the m> st app ossd always tor sale b«
te- nntft rOWk A OO . Di ugtUr*_
MRITIOINR CHRSTSvf mil site* so Uble for family and
Plantation use. Alto, Phyrirlass Pocket esses. Disserting
— Case* Surgical and Dental iMtraments. for *>le at Philadelphia
prices, by PETERSON A CO.
mo24 LM Main Mrs*

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