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1 ISPiliil^ V i W*: _ NUMBER 109. RICHMOND WHH-. MILLINERY FALL TRADE, 186D. TDc-i-hk to call attention to my remoea! horn No. 1W Mala elrrct, to the co.am dl '0* new t uUJitv No. 82* Main street, »J tolmne the new ^ “SPOTSWOOD HOTHL." between S»t. and Mh streets, where I am prepared to exhibit alar* if (lock of hill.LINERY GOODS tad ready made Millinery Aitoi.* than heretofore, ocnsbtlae of BIX Straw and VeWei ...onnets, Bonnet Plume*. Ribbon*. Preach aad American Plow -* *>r dal r-elha. Heal Dr«.et, I'reu CVs, La e Cap* an I R r ha*. I'-upe and Manila Collar* and 8.eeee* ln fana- Car*. II* * xnd Cloak* Ruche and T ibe, Ac . in a.l »ly lea. Ia -onnc lou • itb 'be t ->«ral Millinery l.nsioess, 1 willm»nttf*o ta'« to orde r Cloaat and Moat! lias, of all kind*, in the latest fash ioner'- style*. tlre.tsoaafcle price*. AU order* will reeelre prompt and special attention. H C- BAdfCN, _ MJ Mala St 1 SPRING [RADE. Ml 1IATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS. KOBT. I.. DK klViO.Y, foffeiPC to H1NPOKU, DlCKIVtON A WHISK.EH, RICHMOND. V.t. H AS open and la store, a foil an 1 complete stock of HAT*. OApa, and STRtW GOODS, Of the Utest and mu* fashionable stylce, which will be sold at wholesale ar.d retail, on 'hr mul fa» r«ble term*. T -• at teat]..a of nsc-i’ 1* moat resnectiuliy solicited to call tad '• \ udI*p for tar ms* vvi. TUI.IT\KV II ATS ASD CAPS Male'0or..et at the shortest notice. CA«H ITTkt H t-MS w.ll Hid it to their interest to eall and ex amine my x'.o k h •' r- pa ;v iglng a SPUING STYLUS Ei op hats and caps. MT vieortment of n AT? an I CAP? for the ?prin,, trade I* now complete, embracing all the new styles and cot- rs of Ho ft Fate also. M .testa, bl't and C tss'uirre lats. and a great variety of new style of flaps, Leghorn and Htraw I! it* In great earirty.— Alio, ag neral assortment of gentlemen's fu-clshing goods, Um brellas. Walking Cane*, Ac . Ac , ait or any of whie'i wlilhc sold on ax goad terms as at any ether estibilxhment In the city. 1 must respectfully invite a cal. from purchasers. JOHN TII0MP80N, mh23 _Nn 1 Ballard II mw. SPRING 1861. SOlTHKii.T HAT MAUI'FACTORY. ESTABLISHED 1630. TdHK subscriber resp-rctfblly Invltr* the at*cn . Una of ihe Merrharu of Vl.ylnU, and ^trth Car«*K i\% to iSb rx*«e .«'.** block of Ms cn a::J Foreign M inuf« “ur-d Ha’s hu hasers vi!) find It to tn»!r in!*rt«s» •«» •'%!! at h't» ! ax.*, previous to g ».:u* fUri i - North, K> he » Iim\ *» ’' ui*- -- A tqp, sparing ro nr |»*i'"* »o k •? the I* mtherr* T’-ade at the ,*«*utb. Ckn ds soWl in th'S lious • will bv wurrAQtc l U> w favorably, in quality *1! price, w*h d» 00m' ipr frrtm v y •'♦he* B»:.rkrt. Ther«* will b*» found >11 It** quali Ue« of WOOL, Fi'Rand briitW ^AT3, from the loir-si price Bf-aTt h\t to the 4 j %*s 1 y f r (eutlctccu. A'*o, B v/ viJ ChU Iren's haU il 1 c*»>« i*f a'.’ /t\ ' § and Btyles, auJ La I. a’ it !"»k* Hats of a' the vmSca i|U%'itlct, Fur-hasers will do wril t/. and esamine. mhti JOHN IbHUIN.M Main si Richmond, Va. I sill. ^U.MIUAUK. l>(;f DU ETT A WEIOIGF.K, MAMFVTI KEK> AM> WHOLESALE Di'ALKUS IX Hats, (yfips ami Straw (tooiIsi Sc it; M.xix fhuit, .oi-r is.rt Lieu .Nun Bax. J k. kmtmJ, In., Have rexdv and are now . IT rir .* to .he Merchants of A'leginla. N irti. tr.-i -. 1 an I Tenu.-si e, at pr es to salt the tin. ., a coo* plete k «f ipn g a-d Hummer <1 .>.!», which frr eaficty slid •i.le cinnot iwexeoUedL Buyers will do well to give ns a call be fore pwhaxing el- -wl.ere. M l.KIT A ■» bl’j?|f, R. KXCOt'B u.K SOl'TIIKliN MANFFACTFliKS! 1 V I Ha), an 1 rape, illy If y>u can obtain »a MraUsIhw h, 1 * -itheat paying a v more for them t>an their actual worth. THi: 4 HLkkflAW HIKHKN A'OM P t N V of lb:- c'ty or gaols -I I y. ir, and 1 i or.t- r to mak such ti..o h aa* >sMnit compel-with, but would rat'--aid other Sou* ■ n m.muLc urera. by furu xhing gr.nles anil style, of 11 >od«lh»l baye nev* h. r 1 fore been made in Virginia, they title I th -Ir Mill w Ih m'le’.i , ,.f the and flu St ip.a iiy. Th.y a< now maanfae tuttrig An-CA?jIMKI:»: i ,.l CU*TUH of . . ryi,. rte, from Hus i it-r as I.-. I at - [. , i. ! cX ulh i t . r I. lx .AH who has- x-eu th • A HMY CLiVTII.' .aiuia tu- I ,1 i si expr. -xly ' r the A .rglct* Mil1.' i.» U-.,' ,.r..nurture ih. m at least e.pi ,1 if o ' -ui.eil r In quillly, to those they had been buying ... in I .|iilte »x eh ip Ti t rgin'a Htale sn i Central .Ag-hUtar.i' g.icUUes, at their F.ir held .n I. i city in i'etoher las', aw u led in this •'"tupai.y a (bit Medal for th-ir . th'i-.tl.m of WOOLKN (»OOD?, w'.t'h in abide I biuic h-iutiful Hliasls. Bla-ik -la. Ac Pan'., r. in n rely upon every p.e e of Goods manufartu'-d bv u. be'nj «• il it lx Ten rex. nlr I, ao ' under no clrenmstao x w , this I' ..npans be in ia ■ I to w rit shoddy in their Goo is, n r wtil they ■-•--•I any extu.a wlih tbrir «s.o>l Lb. a 1? i>. CRAN8HAW. ITiatdent. Pascsc P Mmmeu,1 JW“l irMo^aor^' } F. w* duwii p, J As A/euu f f ibe t%l« of the floods Btinuf setorr ! by the Ct*-n ihiw w t.t>n (Vrnp«uiv »if liachn-. sitd, V*., «e bo.* n w na liAtid thnot i»*.»1A» yAr lA of f»r.f pl.*»; i An l fA). *v Wnflf %f»«l DouMr H^ 'lCAAAtmcrvA And Cl ufis, bus. !**6 a I n of fln- Blunkcto mid Ov^tb'BHrn’s • Ais'l %rt m«nufdi« tur.' *r tbc r-*tp of 4 y%r>ln jnrr AK--'k, <*!’ of »hr 1* ■; oil1 r »t I'a Ic it f*i’ »tj<1 on !ih. r%l wilb cotlro coofidpo'p th si ih*? eat*rprt •• will r« Cc!vv a libpfjkl supikorl. CRRNBHAW A CO.. A^n's, _|g R«fhmood, V%. HOILEON far B l Bn* ►/*., Towers, Sffg ramps A and her i*p« 'ns, to be bad of _ . „ -nao TIIOK. A BCLKLBV A QO. 8 la.OOO. worth -»r CLOTHING! AMD Gents’s Furnish ini? Goods, FOZ 8ALI AT CONI* FOR C ASH» To Clou* the Whole Stock, psyir suhacnher h • ailaires f oca the pr>prl.torto off r the 1. whole 9t >ck on han t, aa eaore r• »tlr-r■! and iavites attention to the tosortmen, bn iw.n; the MOflVlMf an eicellent om to purchase goo 1 Wabries, made up la tbe beat manner Thelttnrk ha* ill I ron made up witbu too laal sia or eight muulhs, and pre tool* rare oj portuuii-t a u __ l)rrM Coau t» rtkln Pan’* Marjell.es t .ala Proo« do Pane Casa Pants 8tU Business Coats ©sasimere Ve.ts Caaliiaere do A 1.90, gh’rts fjlorcs Co'lAfl Draws Socks Neck Ties HandkeehWb Shawls. Pcs’* All a elected it the best mvk, it fnr ■•»»!! Trade. MKICHANTN Ylaltlnf the <dt? fnr ftprln, pur, hate* are IotH -d to an eyamlna Dat n aa we think m ,nejr can be uia.l-, and we offer thr« In ducements for tbe pu P to of raisin, £^TrPW,y mh*> t,» w.m wr. e, CRENSHAW CASS1MKHES. w ETIIEREL L’* C \ SSI W ER ES. TOVSC St WEBSTER’S CASS1.WKRKS. MITsTKK’S CASSSIMERES, VLL ' Noulbrm K.tBBf*< tu r«-, now !n hand and will be male to order, tc the latest style, either for C1T1/KN OR MILITARY WPAR. aetr.-rahrrihli :a a fk.u'fern Manufactory of Ion, star, lieg, (IT yea-el a:-J ou sprung up fr m neceatlty of the cnala ' Belua * practical man at 'hr hiulueaa. i-ia f w.d k»e«op . ..at / .rfjswc .tier yea'/de’. aa-ae l»c* .1 La'-ier my Sr Ahai I a now my baalu-as. aui an .Wic, It can glee the cuatom er the betutl'. of It*'- an wo Call at th. la.-,a and -Sew Store, but old stand. 1U Main Street, kI 29 \» M IRA SMITH OR RICH A VMM IN-SSUISRT WIN •: BITTR**. will are mere eff* tu .lie than a'J o her m-dlctne all d aeastta artoc, from a d.aor iered Stomach and Bow. la P ‘ SAW by rnh w. w PSTRMOH * 0° . Peae-etela HU. IPRI.14) nUPB> SHAFER, HALSEY & CO., MANL'PACTl RKRS AND DCALKU IN CLOTHING, 110 Main St.. Richmond, Vru fil l, attention of stervbaoia 1* cd to a new and wall awiwcP 1 ed a*a,r mm* of 'PitlN'l ©UJTdlNO. aow ope la, for tha trate rURNIsHlNtl GOODS In great-a-Kte. A cad la rvapect ap’ .«ll VCR. IlktoOV A CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. WESTON -V WILLIAMS. No. 1& Hearl JUr.il, KICintOSD, r.L, U ATR just ryeelred 4 lull and complete asaortment of BOOTH and 8I10RS A l«pt«J It the pr-aco* ae la-n, aad, la addition to their larg* and Well ... . vrd .lock of RaeAeCA cmda, hate the r.ii a auav y for tbe iiieaty factory at S’aaalia, Va., which it tonlnj oak at.l-e and u talHIra of wo k equal to aay la the country O'ua^y Merchants are rrqueuleJ to call nud efor them ItIim WftflON • WlltUAVIt 5® ,a •tr^t _ T jy k MU. OLD RYK WHlbRY of auperiur.uO.iTln J. I at.,re and toy sale by IM»J _ L“* f* ^ fc' **'* JOHN N GORDON A RON CLOTH IN,, at WHOLU RL*. We respsrtfcl^ lav tie iv au nu• ti of cooalrj sorctAAaU W our 1at(« am ®Ua*cl1V« OvtoTk All NCKING CLOTH I WC», All of which has bewa ssaanfa-tared hyoiryrltya la superior style, ••due »re«i ads aatagea aad l. offer*,i upwa tha most liaeiai leruia. As namlaaUua Is rawpwcUuUe rot mtrd RkKN. BALDWIN A Wil l 1 AMB._ CtOT TON * .% IIVI. -to.UMt pour da Ilorth Carolina Tarru. > from toe Uol.adle aad At, Pahs fa. lories, of aery super .ur yasilly, la nor. and tor tale by ap»_ KRMT. fAlWR A 00 Wants*- .mu, j.uoo iaa. b-*«m by JOHN W. OARUOH, Apatoweaey. Aw, ■All Market Maes, Praakrln aUeek. PIT HE enterprising proprietor 1 slCHoINUi' G.ViVI W'dlrKY, ( he putcs' medicinal Agent ever kro»n,lhaa tan-lab rd the commottlty a stimulant, pure.lwslthiulanu nvigornung, t the nit t‘me and!.' delicious •eve age. It it • Jcui/vleil to do ,wsv with t ie vl'e dragged Stull ihat U palmed off ea the eMutt ilvv,and aid. h la injurious to o.ly and mini. In s IdlU-.n to the .-crUffcat •* beneath, be 1 M , erelveJ a Diploma trom the pT.tTff ARIOL'.TtEALHO' IK __ , Y. and a ld’.ti nal P »t:ir ..lj Gee. Dr Jai.s^TTT den.whot .tides uc-ler oath toltsabso lot.- parity. OiaTtriCATB>. , , W- have earehtlly tested the sample of y. o it us, and ffr-.l that it co-t tins none 'f the Poisonous buh •tan re* kn. wn as Vua.1 Oil, whl -h la the ch tract erislie and injurious iugredlcnt of the Wlnskys Ip general use. BOOTH, GA&RET * CAAIAO. “ * Anal’tleal Ohcmlsta. Nvw Vova, Sept. 3, IShd. w I have analysed a sample of Chestnut G* ve W'hlsay. received from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr , of Philadelphia, and having care fu.lr tested It I am pleased to state that it la entirely free from poison.-us or deleterious substances. It is an ujuiuslly pure and Hat tla.oied Whisky. JAMA- R. CiilUnN, AnaI) ileal ChemlsC Bo-tov, March J,HM. I have made a chemical analysis 'f commercial samples oi Chestnut Grove Whisky, which prove* to be Tree irom the heavj Pusil Oils, and perfectly pure an 1 unadulterated. The Bnc ..aroi of this Whisky l* dericed from Ike Grain used lu manufacturing lb Respectfully, A. A. U AYE8, M U., State Assayer. No. Id Buytiton (Street. ffer aala by 0 WHARTON. J* . Bole Principal Agent. ocSI —«ra No. 11* Waintri tre-t, PMUrV:..M\ QtO. 8. LOWNtR. ~. ***•' B LOWXES * COOK'S Foundry and Mnnufactorv, ■tarot stasst, saai wan, aicuoin, v.w.iu. HAVING made large addition to oar shop, to suit thoBouihtr trade, we will sell at the Northern prices of loo* We havi over ldo different designs of Pla'n and Ornamental Kail! ltd. Verandas, Uitlcon! a, Porcl, Pieces, H’lniiow ani genoral Black, jihing and finishing done with cea.uest at-f despatch. enetery Railing for the country, made 10 at to be pul uj by an ordinary mechanl- }*£•'—tf WOOD'S NOMTII C AKOLINA FA7TIL Y KOE >? HKuRlMGd SO half bbla. of N C Family Roe llerrlrgt. Wool's brand, S'l bhhi of N C Family tiros* Herring-, IVooi’* brand, H hbls of N. 0. Fauii’T Cut Herring*, Wood'* brar.d, l’Nt bhli of F.trlly Floor, that cannot be tu passed, 10 chet’* ol superior iiren, Gunpowder and bit-* Teat, S.thh) bush-• of Mill Offal, tuch a* Bran, liruWbatuil and SlJp Maf 1,0(0 hale* of Timothy and Clover Hay, lot’ bales of Date, 1,000 tfueen City Him*. Old "umgarduer \V‘ '«ky, Ota d Britndy and Champagne Wlne-t of tho Very beat quality. For *ale on the most reasonable term by KOBT. A. K UABNKV, ap'.' Corner •>f Pr.a 1 ard Tth »ts , : pnileTbe.tre. N EH li 1 ru \ HI * SE, FOR T.IK SALK Of MOtf'i:*. rilllK unt! r*:$ne«i hw» inis d*v commencv I tl* Auction bodies Ir on Fra Iniwfy o,- urf-«! » J R8TTd A GRriUOKY H- will jm .1 Keen ri both p«MI-!y %-*d private!c, mn.l * -Melt* tV p4ti . of his fri t: *« an-! th»- public gcne»W» L$ pl^'ice* his rfferl* tn prom >tw the i : rtrst »t l » p t’rorj ; >a•*. i!*Uer» 1 ii.r. If th%t from bi» lor.g triperifcrc In th~ trad % he win be niki-lcl to obteiu ihsMthesi n*trk-t prlc * II.• will m*kr Rber<*l hdranTO on ail preptrty ip ho :u—and is prrpired to b^ard pr ions rn* g^Fil in the tr* lv, and ibo their acrvwnls—haTiuf au*pic accuU m^dA’ions for botf. K If STOKpS, On Franklin, -ltd door b !Will itrcct. April 1 h, IS RICH31 UNO I’OTTERIKS, FOOT OF MAUI h'TREST, ROCKETTS, AMD CORNFJl OF CART AND 12TIT STREET?. UCHWHIB, V.i. KEESEE <Sc PAP.a, FROPRIRTOR& rilHS tubs r.be.-j respcit'u iy I tort. the rarrcban>* uf Tlrgtr'a. 1 North Caiollna and Teoneesr e, thatlhcy ate tran-ilaiiurlng the beet quality of STONE-WAKE, Which th-y will sell at the Tery lowest price#, *e<!( ■ Wurat dU >i .<i«A nr- Ad tv are sold by a* will be dcilveced h S’ y pact of *h- I City free of charge. TITO?, w KtdCFKB, au PATH* FARR_ \Y 1 Lj< oX & < i 1 BBS* SEWING MACIJ11NES. l«>>\T»|i HT J. F. filHRS, Iflll P*itut% IHKJAIlONTA> OUl’NTY, Va,. VND U manual wared under )• itmu kt-*: ’• <i u» Mm * d Fame* N v i«i . dy i ‘ I ' 1 v • aa* v 21, 1 A ' • >i- h.i • f Bln is • |u•''i •1 , iknv i »:.«■ • O't l ! Ik all i. r* V || 1 - i .* - * ' :Y" It L. !»• >niidit 4tc I and the moot ]»erf >t , ; ■»i,.K Mr chine now lii ii ««•. li fv. ii.ii •% fat, rv**n j%n i e1:Mtl»- wMch !« tr^rr tn>d rol If rip *n wr it, an l ui r« IlnMe* U|.a»:* all kt&dj «»f fabric* (J3RI hkfl^lellK Kvcr> Machlue warranted. JO-H A. UFLYIN, Ht i.d. tttaxk, a<*pt 19th and Oovtrn«>r etrcHf, 111 HI9On II \i ON sIIIFMw o :«» do .lv Rh. u I-FS, I 'i : r .• t%nt' ft r -.*!»• Kt •I 4 V 81OKW A CO 1861. NEGRO HIRING. K. A. -». CLWPTOS, lif'nl Kstato tX Iliiimr Aucent, 0FF1CK CORNKR WALL AST) FRANKI IN FTRKKT3, OFT 0 F1T) niCRlNSOB. HILL A Co , iFtic^-ivioisrx}. -va, 1m ,uh.. rber b g» to r-.turn h.s acknowledg -tent* to his fr'e- ds and patr. us f..r the r favor, during 'he pa.tsix vears, and . il.l Inform them that h. »U't e ntinuea the ou.l’iese nf HIR IN.i ofT RRNTTMG OUT H CBM. COLL)(TING CLAIMS, and all besi- o« pertaining to a General Agency, to all which h. gives Ms jwrwsl wIWuMow ...... tyr- Parties In H.e Coun ry who may entrust lh» hiring of their Negroe. to him may rvst assured of every ullcoti. n '-ilng paid to (••Its them none uthcr but goo.l home., and the be.t prie. a, and In the event of sickn ••■«*, the beat mtdiatl and /„ ,i»e»iffw shsll alw.vs be supplied. He has also a large cumf-rlabk spar! meal, eonnocteu -— — provided With place* to .lay al night during the hiring, may re main, with a good Are, rasa o» CHaaun Negroca for h re the com.ng year, had better be tent In to me as early after Christmas as possible. 7b tlUMt <ti a dint-rues to»>umi l im pomtm il'y arU-iwn, 1 boff t,, rrJtr to £A< JuL‘otriny p*t «<«. : Ri -hmon I, Plekiuron. Hill A Co . Ring and yueen county, Dr. Tip mas Latane. Arthur Temple, John i umpkln, Tiiomas F.untle roy. Westmoreland county. Dr. V D Wbeelwrlyht, Rev. Thol *. Locke King W1 Ham county. John L La'ane, t\. v. Latane, Dr. John Lewi. King George county, George Turner, Rich trd Turner, P Weirtnuiss Thomas Lee; Caroline county. Ro Hu i„Ia, Dr. John l> kuMer k»e* county, N 1 B. Whillock. Dr. Jam.-* H. Latane, LwMlP Noel. Beverley D. Roy J Roy Micou WH,e, Fogg George T Wright; Gloucester county. Dr Thoin.ai C Ch pL.n, Jef ferroS tHubba, Jasper 0. Hughe.. Jame. City county Parts n.sfer, Richmond coumv. Dr. Robert A. Payne; Sew h at county Wm. K Clopt.m. R be i Howie. Dr L C. trump, John e L uc y R T. Lacy; Louis a county. Dabney Parrish; Cumbirlan.l anly. Wm. D. C In Ion P B P rater; Lunenburg county, W W. L.own; Cu p- per cou “v J. B Che.uiog; Prince William county, Wm. J. Wlero; Norfolk. Cspt. J. A Middleton, John Oormley. Reels- -dlvAclm_ notice. EUGENE CAl'i RING TON, LUMBER DEALER, CORNER P RAN KLIN AND NINITKIiNTU STRUTS, Rkwuosp, Titonu. Always ON HAND a ttne assortment of all kinds of LCMHIR, »1« f YPhtte Pine, *»“. Mahogany, Hickory, Black Walnut, Oak, Cherry, Maple, Poplar, Button wood. TH.LOW PINT. 1 inch Bnardm Weather-Boar Hug, g jo do Plorida Heart Pine, Pa op Plank, Garden Ralls, flooring. Scantling, Ac. —ALSO— Celling Boards. Heart and Sap Shingles, Laaf.es, Cedar and Oak Post*, mhl INK KM I M'KINt. HARDWAHK AND (IT 1 LKRY.- We arekow receiving accuplttc a«J rtment jfliari. war# and Cutlery, f- reign and domestic, comprising In part4of— Pocket and Pen Knlve#, T.ole Cutl-vy. of nearly every kind. Baton sml Scissor., a large a .-rtment. Corn and Clover Blades, beet kind. Castings, »'«*» atscrlmenL Arne’s Spadra and Shov Is, all site*. Rowland's Spades aad Shovels, all alien. Manu » and Hay Porks a large kit. Horse and MnleAh. es and Horae Nails. Plated Spoons an t Porks. Horse Collars and Blind Bridle#. Chains of all kinds and eisea. Mart-'**, Knob, Stock, Pod, Chest and Cupboard Lock#, In great variety. With every article kept In our Bne of huslne## too tedioua to 10 We'invite our friends and th» pnMte to call on us. We will i*!l eargains for esnh or to punctnal MaT90N * * mhg.s No e;. Msb! street. SPRING GOODSil IIAKCII IMI. KENT. PAINE #V <^0.. IMPOkTEKS AM* WHOLESALE I) E A L K H S 19 Foreign nml Domestic i>k v noons. No. 163 rand 16o Nlraiis Mrcvl. Hl< Wi are receiving and have nuw In Store, a large and dc«ira ble slock of FSISH SPRIN3 GOODS, Contis !ng o' ths osusi variety, and embracing every dc*lr*hl» style uf Foreign and Pomestlc Goixla, which wo are prepared to offrir to oar customer*. upon the most fat»rsbl< terms. We thall. lu consei|uene# of the dls-urbed condition of Commer cial mailer, e uAns uur tales U> C.eH tab rnourr sit w-umo- SCT rot Br: i.i.s reran, and to seen, great Inducements will he offered. Our stock will bs kept up, during ihe season, and not be sur passed ra variety and ex-.eut, by any house lu the Souihern States. CLOTHING DRPARTMtNT, We are prepared to rvhlblt a large. Psa'.ionahle, and Fresh Stock, of our own manufacture, and gotten uprapresaly for our own Wade, gn-mWOS AND SHIRTINGS, Will b# told at n«tt pri '-ra for caan la bankable funds. &r Ordere are sodcUd, aad wtil roc#fvv car prompt and per |«KHT, PAINS A 00. li A ITI MOItt LOCK HOSPITAL. ESTABLISHED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERT. Tlie On! jr ' lace win re u Core cun be Obtained DR. JlMINrON hse discovered the most Certain, Fpocdy and ulIv Effectual Remedy In the Murid for IVraktuis of tlie B*i k or Limbi. Klrk-lurcs, Affrctlcu 01 the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Duu-bargcs, ItnpoL i,cy, Usuits! Debility, Ncrvous n(■’!, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low 8| M’s, Confusion of Id- **, Palpi tation of the Heart, Timidity ,Tremh lugs, Umbel lef IMtllM dines*, r;> se of the Head, Throat, N«»c or Bkln, Affection* of tlie Lung*, 8 oma li,-rl<.>t.N those T irltle lnsoid.r. arising f-om the 8 lltary Hab'u of Youth Du.se Hucmtr and solitary practices more fatal la thtlr victim* than the son* of Syrens to Die Mariner* of Ulysses, bl'gh-ln* their most brllllani hope* oramlclpalicnsjcn Jertug marriage, Ac., Impossible. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untime ly grave th. usands >f Youug men of Die most exalted talents and brilliant lidrP t, uho might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with Die thunder] of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyro, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debility, deformities, Ac., speedily cured. He wh i p'aces himself under the care of Dr. J. may religiously confide In his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his •kill as a Physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored. This Dreadful disease—which renders Life miserable and Mar rlage Impossible—1* the penalty paid by the vlct'nn of Improper Indulgences. Youug persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful consequence* that mav ensue.— Now, who that understands Die suhject will pretend to deny tha the power of procreation Is lo t sooner by those fall'ng Into Im proper habits than by Die prudent t Besides being deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious and destructive symptom* to both body and mind arise. The system leeom.s De range.l, the Physical and Mental Functions Weakeaed,Los* of Pr<> crcstlve Power, Nervous Irrltahllitv, Dyspepsia. Pali Hatton of the Heart, Ind'.g, ttlon.Oobt llutioaal Debility, a Wasting of the Frame, Coughs, Consumption, Ac. OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET. Left hand tide going from Baltimore street, a few doo s from the corner. Fall d-j» to obs.rve name and number. Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor’s Diplo mas hang In his office. DR JOHNSON, Member of the Royal College of Snrg-ons, graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges In the United Slates, and the greater part of whose life has been .pent In the hospitals of L.ndon, Par is, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effect! 1 some of the mist as tonishing wane that v-eie ever known; many troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, gre-1 nervousness, be ng alarm ed at sudden sounds, bushfulneu, with frequent blushtrg, al ien led sometime* with a derangement of mind, were cured Im mediately. TAKE PARTTCTTtaR NOTICE. Dr. J. add-eesea all those who l ave injured themselves by In. gr per Indulgence and soll'ary habit*, which ruin both body and mind, utfit !ng them for cither business, study, society cr mar risge. These are some of Die sad and melancho'y effects produced by early habits of youth, sWeakness of the Ba.-k and Idmhe, pxlas in the II- ad. Dim ties- of Bight, Loss of Muscular Power, Pal pltation of the Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous 1 rltal IMty, Derange ment of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption. X ...... _TV. •! .*.-/•!■ IV. -.!-,! ... _„„V I. V. dread'd—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, IV, session of 8ptr Hi, Evil Foreboding!, Aversion to 8 lety, Self-Distrust, Lore of Solitude, Timidity, Ac , »re some of the evil* produced. Thonrands of perso: * of &1I ages can now judge what Is the cause of (heir decUping health, I sin- their vi, r, l.r orr-.'rg weak, pale, nervous and emaciated; having a singular appearance about the eyes, cough a id r.ympt-'ma <-f c> t'»umt>tlcn. YOUNG MEN Who have Injured theinse ce by a certain practice Indulged In when r.i -ue a habit frequently learn d from evil companions, or af-o'ool, the efT.-cts of which arc nightly felt, even when aslrcp, an 1 if n >t cured render* marriage Impossible, and destroy* both mind md body, »h uld apply Immediately. What a pity that a young man, Use hope of his country, the larlbg of h'* psrenU, shoo d be ei at. l.ed fr- m all protpert* and enjoyment, of life, I y tl j consequence of deviating from Die path o‘ itiiure and Indulging lu a certain lecrel habit, b'uch pereon* ar.-T, before coctempUtlr.g MARRIAGE, reflecttliat a a und m!:id an l trdy ar. Hie it. at necessary requisi tion W promote connubial 1 a-, Indoed, without these, tl.e J, nrner Ihr.ugh life l-t • iu aweary pilgrimage; tie pi-ipect neu-ly Hu . ,u« t« the view; tl» min i he nme* shadow) I with des pair and tilled with IK melancholy r- Section that the happiness of another become* KvMed with our own. DISrlAhE OF r-IPRUDI NCE. When the mlsgul I- 1 a id Im. -n lent votary rf pleasure find* lie hsa imh'bed the seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens that an Ill-tin. 1 .-use of sha.oe, or dri .d of discover/, deters him L orn sppl,' : to those who, fi< m education and rcsp'-cUbltltv,can alone befru n l him. lie fills into the bauds of the Ignorant and designing pteteni -r«. who. iccapaldr of curb g, filch lii« pocnrlary s : la ce, keep him lr' ing month aflei c nth, or a« long as the smalle«t te can ce ohtaired. aud in despair lea’ e him srlth rulotd 1. i’th t. over hii c .1 e disappointment; nr, by the use of tb.d. dea My ; oison, M r ury, I s-1 -n the r institutional system of his terrible d , such as affection c' tin- it .d. Throat, Nose, Akbi, etc., • r . n frieh'ful rapidity tUI death puts a pe riod to his drea -fu! sufferings by Si ti ling him to tliat undiscovered country from wh* o I corn*. no traveler iclurna. indowmist or the i*kess. The many theusan is- ure-l at this iu-tl’ution w'thln the last eighteen yearn, and the num, mus Important Surgical Operations perf I by Dr. J hnsten, wi»oe*teil by Uir ut« • ••ft;.* “bun" a-.I o-mny oth. r paper., notice* of wiiieh. hsv. appeared again and ng un before If •• public. I. -d-le* Ms Handing as u gentleman of rraractcr aud r.>; nsihility, t* a lufilricni gosranlee to the af flicted. 8KTN DI8EA8E8 SPEEDILY CURED. Alb Viter* to his Institution, in the following manner: J011N M. JGIIN8TON, M. D„ Baltimor, L-wk Hospital, nuSfl—1y Baltimore Maryland. to tTiejrade. \I7K weal! rail the aitrntioo of merchant* vlaltlng the /% ,V* I...., hir«* and w •*' s. !■•*•* : •tr.cy of MttDICI' •*. Oil.-, WINDOW l>v*. yf FTl*F , J. l**.Th\T Ml DICING, Ac., Ac. JLS CnmprUu&g la part of - A urn, Glnper White, AI.m<, Olnwr African, Aus.attO, Glue, Ar»mi\ flu-n Arabia, A«# Allspice, Irk, Alcohol, Her. »•*)« Gil, l!li V, ■.*, IsHlBu.f, Hint* LlisM ^IOII, Rrl'nfetano, Madd o, BuA'du# Fluid, IN|>|*-*r, Bru.<» tl1 kli. ls, Kt-I Wt*i9 C«mpMof, Ht! Mi, Cnm|jho% QnrN. M »<la, CUilf.r Oil, Hr l U. lx PowHen, Ctovr*, Fp**nlsli Br %», Ospi^rai, Fpleet, of all kloda, Ciunni Tartar, v«rDi*tl »n tied, Conct-Ltr*UU Lye, Varnlthrs, Bps m White Lead, Fx« Logwood, Window (Has*, of Yartaui r IUv r.u lately re fUlcd oar flora with ill tk« modern improve* for CArrjrlne on iha bust ♦*.;*, wo ate cnablrii to ifivt the ut moatditpatch Ui all or-trrt eotrusvod to us. promising our Individu al attention, aided ly competent &*»iatania. JOHN T. GRAY,Dninrift, No. 147 Main si., Richmond Va 1M1. 8 PR IN Cl TRADE. IMil DOVE & CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 38 Main St., H ATE in «lore their full stork of Drug*, Medicine*, Paint*, this DyntufTs, Ac., which tbry are prepared to sell very low ft r cash, or to j rnmj't cM-futner* on six r oath* time. A.I goods w trranted of Die beat quality, block couautlng, lu part, of the following articles: Vn.ito#. aTnrtklmpTnhac.ro. /cvrrv form) Hup. Curb. Benia, (English) Turf Oil, lips. Hal's, Water Pearls, Ext. L- cstock) Medicinal II a:idy, Camphor,) Medlr'ntl Wines, Ci peras, Verm I uges, (all kinds) Castor Oil, PH's, (all kinda) Laudanum, Coucentraled Lye, (linger. Reaps, (all k'nds) Pepper, Bridl'.'i Foutiers. Allspice, Cherry Pectoral, Nutmegs, Mustang Liniment, Putty, (lum Arabic, Olive Oil, Tonqua Beans, Hpta. Turpent'ne, B acking, Va'nlsh, (all kinds) Coal Oil, Window Glass, (all sites) Burning Fluid, Chewing Tobacco, Malchet, Rega-t, (all grades) Machine Oil, Tanners’Oil, Linseed Oil, Ac , Ac.. Together with a choice variety of P> r turnery. Tooth, Hair and Nall Brushes, all the Patent Medielnei, and every variety of goods usu ally sold In a Drag Store. Careful attention paid to packing and shipping. aplO___DOVE A CO. 1) VNI( PRICE*, I* EARNEST, At WHOLESALE and RETAIL, By JOSEPH ST PAUSE, No. 27 Main street Just bought at levs than 40 cents on the dollar a large stock of rich Lawns at 0^, 8 lit and 12 eta ; Fine Jaconets and Organdies, 12X, la Ac.; Debagrs, 8 ets., 10 eta . and higher; Bereees, all col ore, at la, 25 eta, Ac.; BOO handsome Bcretc Stel a Shawls, with Chenille Emhrc|dery, at | BO, worth 25 00; Black and Colored Hllk Parascts. from 75 cents and upwards; fast co'ored Calico, at 6 is and S centi, cheap at 10; Ladies' HI k Thread Gloves and Gaunt lets, at 12,ty and 25 cent ; sh rt ami long Silk Mils, at 8714 and 50 cents, worth double the money, lloieries, Linen Handkerchiefs, Irish Linen, and Bosoms; Brown and Black Shirting an I Sheeting; Pillow Case Muslin and Tosrellng; French NeedleWorked Oi liars from 12V tt 95 eta.; Cambric and Swiss Bands, the finest work In the cdy,"Ca»slmert« and Linen Goods f-tr Men and B.ys’ wear; Bla.-k and Colored Milks, anl great many more Goods, too numer ous to mention, will be (oond at prices that asloLish every body that calls at No. 27 Main street. Look out for the right place. aplT JOSEPH STRAUB*. JEWISH SUPPLY FAMILY' GROCERIES. 10 firklm No. 1 Goshen Batter IS bbls Buckwheat Floor 20 bbls Superfine Extra and Family Floor Smoked and Pickled Salmon 85 X bbls No. 1 N. 0. Roe Uerrings 2? pkgs No. 1 Mackerel 25 bis English Dairy, Pine Apple and Goshen Cheese Oat Meal, Rj e Flour, Ac , Ac. ust received and for tale on the lowest terms for cash, or tc prompt customers, at M1NNI8 A CO.’S Family Grocery, nol4 2d and Main Sts Il'MI* PLANTER.—255 tons Lump Plsster, on the J Wharf, and to arr've, for sale In lots to suit pu-rhasers. by XI,9 K B. SOMERVILLE A 0". VS1 I*I’Ll OF THE LATENT Ml NIC At MORRIS* Bo, kst-re, #7 Main street. Tt e Rival Walts By Cha les (ir< he. 25c Ever of T! e- Transcription brilliants. Ity T. M. Brown. 75. The Obe'on Polk k By Oruhe. 2V. Tap On The Window Pane New song By J. P. Webster. 80c. Song of Beauty. By W. H. B urne. 95c A Malden’s Prayer. Written and adapted by W J. Welmore, M. D. 25c. Cavatina, un Ballo In Waschc a. Arranged for Ihe Tlano by Jaa Beliak 25c. Jennie’s Grave. New Hong. By J P W. lister ?5e. The Strange r on the Hill Words by Buchanan Bcld. Music hy V. It K SSe Gentle wtllte Ward Written by Ir James Cooper. Composed by R.T Curtis 25c The Harriet Lane Polta. By A Alltuuih. 40c. The city Guard elalckstey. Comp-srd and respret'ulty dedicated to the Pe:erabu-g City Guard, Cap! John P. May. By Eludoro Camps 40c. The Artist’s Hcbottisch. By James Beliak 40c. Un Ballo In Mascbtra Opera dc Verdi,Nocturne Cantablle. J. As cher. Lorena. with variations By H 0 RleferL 50c. sjIPKRIOK OLD RYE WIIINK v7-1t» bbls pure uS Country and Weateru Distilled Rye Whisky. For sale by ap20-« _ I._A O. It DAVENPORT IHttH V ANEW I IRON VANE*; IRON VANE*! I Ornamental Cast Iron Vases, of all sit's, for sale low, at the 5,in. Store of 8TMIHINH. PULLEN A 00 ri} ,« Onrnfr anti 9UI HU. VV '*'"IJob'll. Wrutern WIIIHKV, celebraled brands, for sale b, .pH LAG fc DAVENPORT. MI'LKH. MGLKN ARID HORSKN.- I Law* l ist received, direct flout Kentucky, deold. dly Ikt^A best lot of mules that has been In tb s market for years-both broke idJ «abMkt-froB H to 5yrtr* |H; ill of wtHh I will or ei* ch KtL** on bv niual i'‘(ODBoil&UAKUnni, at Da via k utrheaooV fvna.rij JaWaa Hxxd «ublea, franklin *hll . kDWlN WALKER. CEPHALIC PILLS, CTRE SICK HEADACHE! CURE Nervous Headache! CURE All Kinds of HEADACHE! By the n*e of the*e PUli the periodic attarkt of AVrrr>u« or flfcl BeatUiche may he prevented; »nd If taken at the coxnnence meat of an attack Immediate relief from pain and *lckne*« will be obtained. They eeldorn fall In removtrg the Nausea and Bead-ache to which femalee are 10 tubject. They act gently apon the bowel*,—removing (betIrenes* for Library Men,8tudenU, Delicate Female*, and all pemnt of «< dantary habit*, they are valuable a* a laxatire, Improving the appetite, giving forte and rigor to the digestive rrgac*, and restoring the natural elaitldty and atrength of the whole lyatem The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long Investigation and care'u'ly conducted experiment*, having been In us* many year*, daring which time they have prevented and relieved a vaet amount of pain and ruffering from Ileadache, whether origins ting In the nervous *y*ten or from a deranged atate of the etoiruich. They are entirely vegetable In their compodtlon, and may be ta ken at all time* with perfect safety, without u.ak'ng any change o.' diet, and the absence of any disagreeable taste, rendert it ea*} to administer them to children. BEWARE OF C0UNTIRFEIT81 The genuine have five algnatute* of Henry C. Spalding on each box. Sold by DniggMi and all other Dealers In H.dlrlne*. A box will be lent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the 1‘RIC‘E, 25 CENTS. All order* ihocld be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, 148 Cttlar Street, New Kuril. THK FOLLOWING ENDORS EMFNT8 OF SPALDING’S CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, THAT A SPEEDY ASP SERE CERE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. A« these Testimonials terre unsolicited hi Mr.Frsi.tr mu, they ufiierd unquestionable ]<rcuf of the efficacy vj this truly scientific discovery. Maw.Sviixk.C..™., Feb. B, lhM. Ma griuxxa, Bm: I bare tried your Cephalic Pill*, and / like them so veil that 1 want you to *eui me two dullats worth mme. Part of there are fur the neighbors, lo whom 1 (are a few out of the first box 1 got from you. Bend the Pill* by mall, and oblige Tour ob’t Servant, JAM Kg KENNEDY. Hav*kfo*d, P*., Feb. 8, 1S«1. Ma. 8fau>i«o.*C3 8m: I wish yon to •> nd me one more box of eonr Cephalic Pill* 1 hare received a yreattU.il of hene/t/nan them. Yours, re*pe l.'ully, MARY ANN HTOIMIOUBE. Brace* Caxxi. tli xrixnrox Co., Pa., i January 13,l'8l H. C. grAi.Msn. Bia: You will please *end me two bnxe* of yonr CephaHc Pill*. Bend them Immediately. Respect fully yours, JNO. It RIMONM P S.—Jhtive used one bom of your Pills, and/ml them to. el enl. Biaxa Ynurnu, Onto, Jan. IS, 1«M. Hsvkt 0. ReAi.oiuo, Fst). please find Indeed iwent flee recta, for which tend me another box of yonr Cephalic Pill*. 7hey art truly the best Pill. 1,'oirt ever t. ud. Direct A. STOVER, P. M. Belle Vernon, Wj an dot Oo., 0. Bn xai y, Maas., Dec. 11,1*0. It. O. Bpaijiiso, Fjtt|. I wish f.o some clr< ular* or large show Idlla, to briny yonr (1. • pl xlle Pills more nartlenlaily before my etislotners. If you have anything of tbe l Ind, plesse tend to me. One of my ruxtotui rx, who 1* sat-jrrt to severe Hick Rcadarhf, (usually lastin’ two days.) tuts cured of an oUa.l In ot.eh.url y your P.tin, width I sent tier. Respectfully youm, W. B. Wli.KEB. RttYNi’l n io nn Fa* vxt.tw Co., Onto, I Jauuaty 9,1‘81 llyxar C Sr tun so, No 49 Cedar at., N. Y. Dbaii Hm: Incloaed find twenty-live rents,(18,) for which send box of “Ce phalic ldlls’* bend to address of Rev. Win. 0. Filler, Reynolds bury, Franklin Co , Ohio, Voitr lulls tcork like a charm-cure lle.ula.he almost In .tan ter. Truly yours, WM. 0. FILLER, Vi-ilasti, Mich., Jan. 14,1S81. Ma. Spai mao. Sm: ' Not long since I sent to you for a box of Cephalic PHI* for the cure of the Nrrvnux Headache and Cctlvenesa, and rectlyed the same, and they had so ymut an e/ect 1 vas Inde ed to stud fot marc. Plsase lead by return mall Direct to A. R. WIIFFLFR, Y)>*t!anU, Mich, Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which they were Imadt, vis: Cure of headache lu all Ita forma. From the Braminer, Norfolk, Va, They have been teeted lu more than a thousand case*, with en tire success. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or have been troubled with the headache,send for a box, (Cephalic Pills ) so that you may have them In cue of an at tsek. From the Advertieer, Providence, R. 1. The Cephalic Pills arc ssid to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headache, and ore of the very best for that very frequent complaint which hu ever been discovered. From the Weetem R. R. Gacette, Chicago, IB. We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivalled Cephalic PUls. From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va. We are an e that persons suffering wl h headache, who try them, will (tick to them. From the Southern Path Fimler, New Or leant. La. Try them I you th»l are afflicted, and we are sure that your tes timony can be added to the already numerous Ust that hu receiv ed benefits that no other medicine can produce. From the St. Louie Democrat. The Immense demand lor the article (Oephalle Pills) Is rapidly la pressing. From the Gate tie, Davenport, Iowa. Mr. Spalding woold not connect hla name with an article he did not know to possess real merit. From the Advertiser, I’rovUlence, R. I. The testimony in their favor Is strong, from the most respects ble quarters. From the Daily Newt, Newport, R. /, Cephalic Pills ire taking the plsce of all kinds. From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Matt, Bald to be very efficacious for the headache. f/V»m the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio. Suffering humanity can now be relieved. tank single bottle of SPALDING'S PRKPARKD GLUt wll save ten times Its cost annually.^^fc] SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE I SAVE TUI PIECES I ECONOMY I DISPATCH I BP-"A Stitch ne Tisi Saves Nixx."_0.J As accidents will happen, even In well regulated families, It I very brsirable to have some cheap and convenient way tor repair Ing Furniture, toys, Crockrry, Ac. SPALDING’S PRKPARKD GL0« meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford to b without !L It Is always ready, and up to the sticking point. “CSKFCL IN EVERY ilOIHR." N. B.—A brush accompanies each Brittle. Price if. cents. Address, HKNRY O. SPALDING, No. 4S CEDAR Htrect, New York. CAMION. As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to palm < If o the unsuspecting public. Imitations of my PREPARED OLL E, would caution all pr tons to examine before purchasing, and as that the full name, ^SPALDING'S PREPARED SLUR I • ob thsoatalM wrapper gall otters ars swtadfiag SW ttvfsMi C'sRA-U __ __ the Richmond whig. FROM WASHINGTON VIA KKW YORK. The following items are taken from the New York Courier and Ktujuirer of the ttth : It is not considered for the public advantage that er roneous statements of proceedings in the council* of the A dm nintration should go abroad. The assertions that that the Secretaiiis of State and of tin* Navy ha*e differ ed from their colleagut * nnd from the I’r. idenl—Waver ing when ti e othirsare firm nnd rnrigetic, are without louudaiicii. Equally untrue arc the r*po:l.< circulated iu othi r quarters, that the Secretary of the Treasuty dif fer* in II.o eatne manner It out the 1’treident or oilier mem bers of the Cabinet. The fact that *ueh erroneous ideas obtain cunencv is regirded ns the hist evidence that the consultation* of the Cabinet arc, as they ought to be, confidentially kept. The above is predicated on information Irom the high est authority. The teporU of Grn. Hartley being divnfFectrd to the Government, are nltogtlher gtoui.dlrss. He lias addres sed a letter to bis friend, Col. 0. Fallen, of St. Louis, declaring that he will never serve under any banner than the one be has followed for forty years; that he will continue in service of the Government which has be stowed it* honors upon him, and so long a* he h..s bren'b will be be i s laiihtul and loyal soldier. Hu denies the right cl' secession, says it will lead to universal an archy ; that the seceedonists design to tstablish a mili tary dictatorship, have mt.de war upon the Government and dishonored its fhg; and that secession would be utter rain to Missouri. He implore* hit fellovr-eitizess of that State not to be seduced by designing men to be come the instrument* of thiir mad ambition, and plu; ge the State into revolution. Ue declares that whether govirccd by fellings inspired by the Ihg he has s* rvpd urdcr, or by his judgment ol duty as a soldier and cit izen, cr by Lis intenst as an owner of property and re*i dent of Missouri, he feels bound to stand bv the Uniou, aud, remaining in its rerviee, will devote Lis » Boris to the maintenance of the Federal Government and the per petuation of it* blessings to posterity. Gem ral Scott forwarded di-patches to General Butler yesterday at Annapolis, placing tiie Marsachusett* tith Regiment r.nd otlcr troops at bis command, and giving him three days to take possession of the Relay House at the junction of the Haltinicre and Ohio aud Baltimore and Wasbitgton Railways, nine miles from Baltimore and thirty Irem Washington. Gen Bntier responded, and informed General Scott that be would have re'igiou* service* on the grtund to day. Tbt tith Regiment went up eatly this morning. Tl.« movement w inadp to cri.on.*ra'i* with till* Penn 8jlVania troops now advancing upon Baltimore on the other t-ide. Governor Buckingham, of Coni'ccticut, has arrived here. The 28th Regiment, from Brooklyr,and one Oompany of the tilth Regiment of Brooklyn, reached here to night. An order has been issued prohibiting the absence of troops frcr.1 thiir quarters alter half-past nine i't the etc* ning, util. si on special duly. Tliero is more strictuess than In rotofore, with a view to quiet end ft preservation of the p B'liC p ace. WA.-itiMiTON, Mav I —The Committee of the Mary land Leg:.-latere, in their interview with the I’lCsident this morning, admitted both the right and the power of tho UoveriiiiiHit to bling troops thioiig'i Ballimt re or the 8uii., and to tak. any ni a-ilus (or the public safety which, i.i tlic discretion of the l’re-ident, Blight be <!.•• mar ued either by uctr. .1 or reasonably apprehended • xi gencieJ. They expri stt d tiieir belief that no immediate < flotl at seect -sioti or re-rstai.ee of the federal authority would l>e attempted by the Legislature or S ate authori ti p, and Asked that, in this view, the State slioul I, as long as possible, be spared the evils o( a military occu pation tr a mere revengeful chastisement lor former transgressions. The President replied that riu i- fiiggesl'ors and ropre seuUtrous should be c'reidered, but iha! ire pfotild now sav ro more than that the public int-rests, and uot any spirit of T. venge, would actuate his measures. WvsmmiTON. Mr y -I —The friends of the Adniin stra lion a ■ not a little amused at the represetitatiens itt New York and papers el cwhire published, that it i Rh< irjaii,—not sufficiently set ve in vi.-w of tire pre»«'nt crisis I hi v pe int to the fact that Fort Pickens ar d all the (oi ls in t! e Gulf, and Fortress Monroe and Fort- Mc Henry, ::re fully tcinforeed ar d supplied, a blockade i c tually orgnnixtd, the eapitul of the country securely guarded, and a formidable army ready for ativ emer gency ; and lx si cs these things, the strei gthetiii g o( the Nuvv with the least possible delay. The War Department espcc ally ke. ps its t (Beers em ployed night and day. An immense ainouut of bush ess is transacted. The telegiaghie wire l.-adit g directly to the very efficient chief clerk’s room is both convenient and t mi--living, and is t-o: stantly employed in the transmission an 1 receipt id tin -ages. The Post Office D< jvirtiii-mt, after earryii g in'o ofl-«t its pa.-t orrh rs as In c.llices, wiil chi: tlv cor line ils action lo Mlpplyit'g vacancies by death and rcr ignation, and In rt niovi.l lor can e. This is d.« nted a proper iiditito to the patriotism and loyally of the p ople i f the loyal Blair -, in \i -w ol th • new and coutioiling i sin s of fit) veminont Among' tie recent prominent ariiv.il* is Senator Wil son, of M . i. hu-etts, who is a .-idiioi -l earing an I pro vid: g lor li-c.- ei lelorl of the troops from that Ooiiiiiinu wealtll. Wa iiiinotos, M iy I.—Major Anderson arrived here this morning, and reported hinisrU to General Scott, utnl then called upon Serietary Cum roll and upon the Presi dent. lie w^s cold tlly iiveivcd, and ill <-ei h instance was highiy lonip'irnented fir his gallant course at hint Sumter. He badjja very Ir. e inUr<-hange of s< niiment witli tin'. President, and was assured by the latter that it was hia disire to grant M.jor Auder on a generous leave of absence, as Ira health was poor, lint more especially in view of the long and arduous duties he hud p 'rfcrincd under the most trying circumstances; and the 1’ritid -nt remarked that Ire should not change that determination unless some t x'.ruotdinary mil Lary nrccFsitv should de mand the valuable experience of Major Anderson. The M.-jor expressed his gratification ut the interview with Mr. Lincoln, in course of wi ich he took occasion to com pliment the President for the wise policy the administra tion (urrm d relative to the present perplexing diUkulth s in the nation, and especially with reference to the affairs at Cbatleston, in view of the embarrassment it had to encounter in assumitg tho responsibilities of Govern ment. Mr. Aspinwall, ol New Yotk, accompanied Major Acnersoii ix: oia yh»u u.«: i lu-iuuu. Twenty of the Z;uavisure in irons for breaking into the steward’s pintrv. Others were found with stones in their pockets, and many now parade the streets singing pa triotic soi g3. New Yorkers are rather disposed to laugh at thtir prat ks. The C.ildnet have streuuotisly opposed the pulling of the District under martial law, but it must and soon will be done, as it has become an absolute necessity. The Virginia troops that were stationed at Alexandria, numbering six hundred or thereabout, left that city last night. All the Disunion guvda that recently swarmed around the approaches to Alexandria and Alexandria county from this city have been withdrawn, and inter course between the two sides of the liver is now free from Disunion molestation orany inlet Terence whatever, the Virginia maiket people being allowed as heretofore to sell and buy in Washington. It is supposed at the War Department that the Seccs aionists have gone to Harper's Kerry, at which point it is known there is a large gathering of Secession forces. It is also believed that Jcllcrson Davis iutends to make an early host Ic movement, tbe lirst step of which will pro bably be the burning of the bridge at Harper’s Kerry, crossing tbe Potomac River. In this connection it will be interesting to know the exact number and positiou of our troops, which informa tion, coming from headquarters, may be relied upon.— At Chsmbersburg 6,000, York C.t.OO, Laneestcr 5 000, Hatrisburg 10,000, Washington 5iO,ouO. Brooks, the spy, who was arrested at Annapolis the other day, was tried before Gen. Butler, convicted, and will probably be bung. He seems to be a clever young fellow is of a good Maryland family, ami says he opened the dispatches to prove to others that ho L id genuine documents, and that, in tin end, all will ba found ns he save. It is a fact that Gov. Sprague has been offered a Biig aditr Geneials'dp__ _ Mount Virnon.—The Augusta (Ga.) Cbrouiclo of the 8oth lilt , eajs : « As Virginia is to be the great battle ground between the contending seciors, and the lirst collision of armf is likely to take place on the banks of the Potomac, wt hope that both parties will consent to respect one spot a- sacred and neutral ground. I.et the grave of Wash ington bo still venerated by his countrymen of boili sides, and let bis ashes not be disturbed by the clash ol hostile steel or the roar of cannon. Let thero be one spot where the descendants of the men who fought un i der Marion and Sumter, Putnam and Greene, cm meet without shedding each other’s blood, ami if ever an am icatle settlement of this unhappy civil war is to bo at tempted let us keep the holy ground of Mouut Vernon, dedicated to the pmposes of peace, and there let tin arbitrating convention, which sooner or later must treat on some terms for an adjustment of hostilities, meet foi the purpose. Let the press, the only organ which rail now speak t( ihe people, South and North, claim from if"* leaders or both aides that no “ military necessity" shall excuse tin defilement of the soil of Mount Vernon with carnage, oi its air by the sulphurous breath of battle. 1 Caution —Persons who use tire arms should rc-membci that perctia»ion gnus or pistols, are sometimes discharge* without the caps. A Southern paper says: A jouiq nun wes )>nilv wounded in this city yesterday, by tin 1 a< cidental d'ncbsrge of a pistol in the hand of bis friend It is worthy of remark, that this pistol had no cap on it but it s -ems that a small portion of the percussion pow der was on the tube a id this was Midi ieiit to lire th powder. Ltnchip_A while abolition mi’crcant was detectr 1 a few days »go, in the fiendish business of cutting away 1 railroad bridge and lear'ug up the iron tiack, near Wi r son N. C., hoping then by to throw the cars with troop off the track. Kor this he deserved lummary puuisi meut, and justice was quickly Eatnfied. He was swuc up at short notice. —a LATER FROM EITROI’E. Arrival of i!ir t'ily <»f Cnlfimorr. The screw steam-hip City ot Baltimore, tlnpr. I’etrio, from L'verpool at iu.Su o-i the morning ot the 24'h, a: d from Q loci litown on die uftcrnoon ot the 2itn ul'i.co, artiv.d at. New York the ilih. Thr advices by the City of R l.imote uro r’.r Liver pool, barely a day later than tho e per thr Adriatic; hut by way of t,i icenatown, they are two days lalor. o:t»Ar nmniN. Tho debate on the Budget, in aenoureod hy the A.lii n.1 ir ; wan coniluCUct d in the Bouse ot Cotumono ou the 22 i ult. Mr. T. Barii'g led <T the opposition In a genual de Mi.ii i Him of Mr. fit d-tone's firancuil pnlirv, and general debate pro and eon cmtil, but no * mend merit was effer- il by the Consorvaiitos, and fi ally the deltaic vat adjourn-d till the 25 h April. The. oj position was imib ly directed again*. the repeal of the (taper duties a? d the n.ainlei anec of dntv on tea and sugar. Hutne of the jonrtials taunt the o[ position for not followiug up their attack ou the Budget with an amend ment. Lord Detby gave notice to the II. use of Lor.1t that he intended to move that the new Bankruptcy bill be rtferre d to a select committee of ibo Lorda. This w da regarded as lac Unto unt to k .1. feat ol' tbo meas ure. In the House rf Commons cn the 23d, Vr. IT Berkcly mide liia annual motion for leave to bring in a bill in favor of volirp by ballot. It was rrjecicd by a vote of yeas 151, nays 279. Mr. Dunccmbo moved lor the production cf ail the correspondence relating to the seizure by,the Turkish Government of certain arms which were being conveyed to the List under the Sardinian ll-ig, and cha-gcd Lmd John Hurst 1 in inis matter with having violated the prin ciple of noi -interventinu. Minister- opposed the production, and were sustained by a msjerity cf 8»5. A prospectus 1 ad been issued of a Company called the Liverpool and New Orleans Steam Navigation Com pany," with the olject of istabtishing direct steam com munication b< tween Livei pool and New Orleans. The capital ta fixed at £200,000, witli power to Increase, and many iiilluenlial men are engaged in tbo enterprise. It i- alio announced that a Company had been foiuud in Liverpool far i stablu-hing direct communication be tween that ptirl and Charleston. The fiist steamer of the line expected, is to bo dispatched from Liverpool about the middle of July. At the usual foriuigUily meeting of the Itoya! Ge< grapt ical Society, interesting letters from Dr. Living - stone to Nov. 2iith, were read. Rumors Lad been current that Prince Napoleon in tend* d proceeding to K: gland to ask » xplauutious of the Duke D’Autiulo relative to bis lute pamphlet, hut I’aiis lettrrs pay that the idea had been abandoned. It w m stated that the new treaty of comnurce be tween Fiance and Belgium was signed at Palis on the 21st ult. The Pali- Flour market was dull and lower, but Wheat was without change. Trade iu general continued dull thro* ghoul Franco. The Paris Muni tear of the 2”.d sava: — ‘‘The late events at Warsaw have been unanimously commented upon by the French Pics*, with the tradition al sympathy winch the cau«e cl Poland ha- always ex t ill-4 ill tint wept of Europe, lint theta* eXprossi-Ml* of iu :* n-t would .il rv* the I'oiisli cause if tin y hod the * II cl i>( uiisl* ii g the pnbhc opinion, by allowing it to be p ppo-i d that the Emperor of the French i UeOutag'S t o[i s which he n ii'd m t rati-fy. The gent r uts id«a* disphiyid by ihu Emperor Alexai.d. r, especially in the • in incipatioii ol the peasants, arc a certain token of h s desire to tealize the atliel.orations admitted bv the stale of things in Poland. It is only to In wi-hed that he insy not lie prevented from so doing lit ru n.ib station of such a nature n» to place tie* dignity of the politics’ interests *lt the Rus ian Empire iu antagonism with tl.o U-ndcn cie-i of it- Sovereign " The V’li .'i aticourecs that ordrts had be'it sent to Ton Inn to rrmpl.to the firing out of the fle*:t destined to bring lif k France the troops now in Sx r;». The F.e .«• i •> m-rnmem had given notice that foreign c > to i goods in polled into France for the purpose of being dyed “Ii .Il conic iu free, specially willi llioxo in t> t d d for 11 i' c, r.u condition that they arc also to lie exported aftt rw*r is. The lull for the abolition of the sliding scale in corn, with •» view to protect the French mercantile marine, pr poses liili'etcmial limit's between ;;rsin import'd m Fiench and foreign bottom-. The duly Is .Vk\ per 100 kilogramnei in the one case aid If. .Vie. mi the other. The lionise was linn on the 2.:d at us,Jut. ITSI.V. It is stated that on the 21-t ultimo, the day followirg the imp «t-nt del. ite iu the It ih in t’h imhocs relative to the at my of Southern I'aly, (! inhabit held a Conference with hi- former superior oilieeis, the n njoiity of whom were in favor of accepting the policy of Count t’avonr. The friends of (iaribaldi wire in I*u|k-h that lie al.'O would adhere to that policy. T! i (fhamberof Deputies, on the 22nd, agrei d, by a Inigo majority, to lake into coti-iiier.itiiiii tin* pri j et ot (laiihnhfi, in reference to a mil g the country. The Ministry voted for tin ret-o Intinn. tiaiih -ldi was not present. The Turin (i.ixette oubliplie- a latter from <> 'n. CM dim to Ihatibaldi, ii-e.-dling the friendship and admiration fit- had alway fen lor him, hut ileelariug that, hid (l«*ii hihliV) I .stmts painfully affected him. Ci.xldini says:— “I arrive at the -eeret idea ot ymir party, v, h eh aim- at rendeiing itself master ol tin* army an l the country, threatening u.-, il unsuccessful, with civil war.” A letter from (iaiibuldi in replv to the above, rays:— “ Strong iu my conscience ns an Italian soldier and citi zen, I will not descend to justify mx.-elf against these accusation*, as by so doing I should fail in respect to the K ng aud the* Army. I know nothing of lit* orders said to have been given by me to Col.-Tripoli. I gave orders that the Italian soldiers of the N* r-hern army should be received as brothers, although I knew that that army had come to put down the r jvn!utio:i, which, according to the words addnesed by Signor Farini to Napch on the Third, was |>ersonificd in me. I believe in my quality of deputy I have stated to the Cuamber a few of the wrongs which the Southern army has sus tained at the ham’s of the Ministry. I believe I had the right to do so. The Italian army v.’ill (itid iu it* ranks one sol iier more when it has to fight against the entmy of Italy. You are well aware of t’ais. All that others may have said of me is a calumny. It Is not true that, when on the Volturno, we were In a bad condition. As fur I U’rmw firn.v hag • i i I I th*» 1 rPs» At ii moderate words of the stldtc- whom tlm ftili-tn l:o:icr In' t>> .-ri an olj tw^^^Vip r'll l is lilt*. If any one is offended at me f V^PBPfcr in rov own name only, I wait calmly for satisfaction to i»e demand'd for mv words. I desire the establishment of a nat.oud monarchy.” The Tuiia (fauttr publisher a letter from General Sir tori, oxpr. ssing regret on account of the publication of General Cialditi’s letter, and giving some explanation in reference to the words which Sirtori pronounced in Parliament, and which were alluded to by General Cial dini. In this letter General Sirtori ulso ex presses his desire (or concord, and says that Italy is personified In the Parliament and the King. The trial o( those concerned in the late conspiracy in Napb « will shortly take place. Thu number Ol persons to he tried is 18ft. The Independence Beige states decidedly that the nego tiations between the Courts of Paris and Tutin for opening R->me to the Italians, arc approaching a favorable con clusion. SPAIN. The Ct.rrw>pondeneia A ntografu denies that the Spanish Govrrnnn ni intends to reject the offer ol re incorporation by St. Domingo. The Mmistcr of Foreign Affairs had held another con ference with the Ambassador ol liny ti, who was said to have requested, in the name of his Government, a Span i h protectorate over Hayti. Gkn. P. G. T Bkaukkuakh.—For a few days rart the Northern papers, ar d Abolition icltet wi iters from Wash ington Ciiv, have been giving out that this distinguished commander was hovering around the D strict ol Colum bia to ascertain it9 weak points. It seems, however, that it was only Lin ghost that was frightening away the pence of the detestable crew; for he passed tiuough Atlanta yesterday morning on his way from Charleston to Mont gomery. When the crowd about the depot learned that he was on the cars, lliuv culled for him vociferously; in response to which lie appeared on ti u platform of the ear, aud was rapturously cheered. lie was introduced by Captain L. J. Gartrell, who remarked that the Gen eral was not as much in the huhir, of making speeches as lighting our enemies. Gen B. then address* <1 a (ew wotds to the crowd—thanking them for the compliment, lie alluded to the brilliant and bloodless victory of Fort Sun.ter. That no one was killed—especially on our side —he regarded as an inteiposition of Providence; and that Providence was certainly on our side through!, lie said our cause was just; and it we hut acted w*ll cur put—always doing right—God would lie with us to the cad.—Southern t 'onfedt tv try, .'it A. Wot sunn.—A serious shooting affray occurred at Knoxville on the 7th, caused by the taising of a Union li.g. Some twenty shots were fired. Doug’as. one ol the Uniofi leaders, was I ghtly wounded in the fight, arid a limn named Ihll, an outsider, was mortally wounded. Morgan, secessionist, who shot Douglas, brought h s com pany to the city, hut was persuaded to return to the camp. Tho excitement was inlet so. Gcon kok Kaxiuckv.—Dr. L. P. Blirkbtirne, who made the eloquent aridri a few nights ago on Lifavette Square, on the subject of true Southern feeling in Ken ‘ tucky, is doing good work for that Sttte in New Or leans. He his purchased 2*00 stand of small arms, aev , eti pieces of heavy u* till iy, (mi kegs of powder, 12,000, ■ tith) percussion esps, and a valuable machine for rill n; » muskets. This kind of thing is more eloquent and iin preeaive than all the Doctor could ray, cveu though In I were a second (To ro.—A. O Courier. » Trxau Panokrs rob Virginia.—Major Ben lleflol — loch arrived yi s.erday by the steimsbp M itagord* <ii * rect from A da*, in, where he had been for several week' - He is s'oppmg at the St Charles Hotel, and will tarr R here two or three data. We understand it ia his inter tion to tender to the Government the aervioee of a reg meet of Texa‘Kit'g'i* to protect tke frouliu of Vir pi’ i i, p ovkJt J there be ary lighting liter*.— iV. 0. /'if ayu H4. jrr.un the lyo. hV.rjr ' li/n'«n ] GENERAL ROBERT LRE. We have nowh-ro seen a moi» plowing, and 4t tik4 Mioe time j ..it, notice ol this di-Uogui?hed non of Vir ginia, and lea ier of her aimios, il an the following which ».. ti j;i il l- New York k'sj rrti from it? W**hir.gton . orr. sj.iiiiI.'Im'*? m.ih r dal'* oi Apid ‘.'*»ih. Th*‘ l*ct l.eie trTf.iu •• that G. .ill Lee r.-Vcd the idxi.di-hn ents of the Adu'ir.i-lraUoii, t-» take up t.imi in defence of iba h.uior of hi* niilro State, must ei dear him the more to o .r p op! ■, *'.il t it exhibit* in I'.iikii g contmei, 'ha diLener ev oi his late diatinpirshi 4 rbW, joor old Gen, fc.Mlt VV twdd Hut tbo ran ol a Yirg. in enu, ae the? ah all ba rr fleeted from ihe bright blade which Virginia gare In t' e tie n d Lieutenant Ge.ieril, might, wbon he again treed* her anil, blind the orbs of ibe man who hi now pieparii g to draw that turn'd against bta uative tj.ate. We turn aside In.m the i ickeuing ►pictacl* of drivelling imbecility to cootemp! i.e a true man. Hays the k'jprrin, now a Lincoln organ * Tiie redgi ati m of f.'ol Koher If I.’f, of A a . ha* not yet been accepted. 1’. ia icpert'd tiiat the Ad-uiniora tion intend to strike him oil the army roll a dc*. rtcr. Rut ti.i* : probably untrue. At U o commencement of the p c-cr.: trouMr*. Gci>. Scott urpc.l upon the Got. erntrent the Imports nee ol inviting Col. lm to it* conn del?, to co-operate with him and I n 1 him the »id of hia great military laielits. lie proton o*d him the first -sol di. .- of the age, and declare* that I .* service* ahouM be dccured hv the Govt-rum tit at ar.y pric*. Li accordance with tl is ncct tnendatiou overtur * w. re made to I’d. Lee, accompanied by the mo-t tempting offer* ol null Ury rank, and i.i line, by other it iocrarute that few tne i < /t M ! ave r .-istcJ. These • f r* were all declin* d by Col. Lee and he is now at the :e»d cf the army of Virginia. CoL Lee graduated at Went Point, with the highest bonois ol his class, in lSz'J, and lh> n colored the Engi ne.r Corps, iahcriui g the gi st t ilitary geniu* ol hia fithrr, General Henry Lee, th.efri’t.d and eulogist of Wndiiiiipfon. |G* devoted himself to the higher dalies of hi* profession with cuorac’e, i»tic ta-iduity ; he v.sited Frame and other palls of Europe, to ?*curc th< ?« advantages lor improvement which could not be ob tained ut home, ami his elegant m inner* and profound a< iiulrerner fa, dCenred him the mhrr to the hou-es of t- e great savat.d and mdtuiry rni-u oi all nation.* resilient la Paris, and bis marriage with the . augbeer ol Mr. Cue ti-, the representative ol Washingum, id.t.Gli.J li’iu till nu rc closely with the great Chief, than did his dee.-cut from the groat Cavalry i flicerof tiie lb volution, already uuntioned. By that marriage, he betaine, at the death of Mi Custis, the proprietor of the splendid domain of Arlington House, ami oiler great cs’aU’* in A up. is, ... . ... ..1__I .1 . VI. . U’a.l.i. of/., in the county of New Kent. During Die Mexican war he woe entrusted by fieucrala Scott anti Totten with the im portant charge of the Engineering Department cf tlio army in Mix co. From the capture ot San Juan dc I I los, up to the storming ol the ca|-i<:il ol Mont, zu t x, the genius of tat- wa* triumphant over every ob*ta. le, and to l.iui, iu military circle#, ha* been chcerlolly ac corded <<| lal credit with Scott him*.' f, lor lot* #uce«-lei on duct of that memorable campaign. When Ute two II. S. O.xv/tlrv llgimeiit# were orgti / d, he wa# If te l a i.ietit-Oloin 1. v of the 2.1 which he x. .-epted, re-ig. iug hhl poet of Captain ot Ktgin.ii*. II- son I'u-ii* I. e, who like his father, graduated at th* In »d ot In* clar-, is row a Li. u:.'i :intol Engineer*, but will probably >o.*n rt^igti at..I lollow the forum. - of hi* father. Col I.''.* wa* for several vest* at the head of the C. S. Military Academy a*. Wot I’oint, utid it i* loured tint the Southern i linn t* wl o were educatid ut.der Li* • ill ai! imitate hi* example, regarding him at the Bayard ol the Atn.'ii.au at my. FROM TFAAS. The Oslventon (T* xa#) S w* of April 25 ray#: The San Antonio II n d is inforni I that the Confede rate Sure- (roverntn-nt have re*olved to eatabliah it* Military School in Tex i“, ai.il that Ss i Antonio ha* been selected for i’* location. A party of Mexican#, fifiy in number, r aiding in La r 'do county, got under arm* about t.-u data, ami de manded ot Mr. Murreit, tin- Cuatom# Collector, the mo r.cy and county and Sta'e ptp.-r* iu hit po*aea*io i. Cap:. Solan started at ouce, with 'll men ot h.a company, to give the g nth-men a light. Capt. Ingraham, O. B. A., arrived this morning from New Orleans, with despateh.* from Xlontg..mery lor Col. Van Dorn and M j..r McCulloch. lie came to Berwick Biy by tiie Opelousas Riiiroad, on Monday, to take the M itagord i for tin place, in.’, tin tiling her < fHeer# lie had important ■ i , Ktch. .*, but :■: e would net receive any p isaer gera. Fort Itli.-’J m ’.r It I’.ien, ha been surrendeed by Col. J. D Keeie, I S. A., to Col. .1 tin. * \\ Mi tiotlin, State Coinnus-toiu r. The I . 1- troop no r del leaving- . n t! o 2!ilb lor Sun Amo:.in Til* t 'oituni- i >n.-r woiihl rt< • im a latg'* supply ol Her. - and route aim-, 'wo <• pound, r*, and a lire* amount of aii miiniti m. Tl..* provi-ion* in the tort will ullicc ll.iee comp .in. < for rei. rsl mm th*. Fort Quitman h.u d o b-<-n turunl ot«*r to Colonel McColhit. TheT. xa I’pbropal Convention ha been in c ion 't Austin (or route day-., Bi*hop (Irc'.'g residing. From the t i .1 / tic w.' In ill. that it lit - been necid. .1 to rend a delegation I • Montgomery, Al.i, ill July next, to met niili rj. I - / it ion* from the Arvi ml dioo *. * ot th.- #eci .ltd State*, “and to decide whethci or not tl.irfvei i rable rid inlluenti.il religicu t body rh*M recede Itoui the Not them church.” Tlii* i* the hr.-t Episcopal State Convention held in the net eJed State# in u-lert nee to this subject. (»xn Hot aio# Aiu.ht Due warn. —The tialverton (Tex**) Civilian, ol Aptil 2 >, rav* : We under; land th it a sailboat, in wl irh Con Houston and Col Motgan were proceeding from the residence of the latter to Ban Jaciuto, ta-l Moiidsv, eaptized in thirty fe, t wafer, at U both these geuthmeu were in danger of drowning, fi n. Houston 1ms very ini|*rfcct ire of an atm and leg. and Col. Mnrgm i* totally blind. Mr. Koa Motgan happened to be just Is hind them, in aiofher boat, ju»t wl the time of the accident, and when he canto over the start both were undir w*tir. (wii Houston roro near the boat, and wa* seized by hi*crip; led arm with to much carnertm rs that be »*k. d to he le: go. Col Mor gan's first expr. s*ion on getting his hra i above water war ilnt they could not drown him in any way they could lit it. He wa* once before capsized, ai d, though Gill III O 0110(1, (U lU OU KJ UJC MOUOIU u.•• IM Ml WCIU5 the other two persons were warhed off and drowned. THU CITIES OK NEW YOKE, PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON, ALL TO BE BURNED. The following bugaboo appears in toe New York Exprtun of a late date: Some days sine- the police were informed that the Cro ton water mains were to be nut near the LI gli Btidgc, and the city simultaneously filed in several places. A sirong guard wus iinmcdiat* ly stationed upon the line of mains, and tice* then it h .s been materially stieng heu cd. It is not believed that any alien pt to i fleet such a barbarous destine ion of property could now he sui-crrs fully attempted, as the police Lave been on the alert ever since, and full preparations were made to repel any at tack. hi-.cc then, however, the Superintendent has re ceived information of so positive a character that there is but little reason to doubt that the plot was really planned, and is yet intended to b - cavrif d into e x< culiou. Ci i tain prominent men are de« ply implicated, it is said, in this infamous plot, which extends to Boston and Phila delphia Ttie three cities will he comumed upon tbo same night, in d at as neatly the same lime as possible. It is bard to believe that any body of men < onld be en gaged iti i o di it olical an enterprise, but the facts all war rant the opiu on that the plot was Ui I, »ud that parties were sworn to cany It into execution. The Knights of the tio'den Circle, as Ufusl, figure in ihc transaction quite prom ncutlv—tie y, in fact, being suspected of having originated the plot, and of furnishing the men who were to execute it. The followii g letter was re ceived last evening, by Superintendent Kennedy, and it has an honest tone about it, likly to excite attention, if not create alarm. Il« re it is : LonsTini, April 30th. Fir: I hive tiavelled four hundred miles to be ahlo safely to mi.il thin letter. A thoroughly organized plot b now in prokr*ss ol • Ifcuiiou to burn New Yoik, Phila delphia, end Boston. A portion ol the men assigned to your city are a'rcady in your midst, and oihtrs are on the wav. / ktu is ir/int / *ay to b* trur. 1 dare not tell you how I know, tor that would lead to my inevitable detection, the cornu quecco ol which you can readily guess. The intention is to fire the three cities simultaneously, at as many places as possible, and at the mine hour at night. This is to be done the night before the attack on Washington.’ • * • has the diiectinn of the whole pin.. One hur.dri d aid twenty-five on n have been a.— -ignoil to your eiiy and Brooklyn, and eighty to each of the oil c:s. 'I his is i ot a movi merit o' tee (lore rnment, though known to D»vm. At lir-l he < i<wouniei am-ed it, but Since Lincoln's proclauial on ho has withdrawn his opposition. Tb** men emm-ted with ihc i-xceuiion of tbo p ot all lx-lor g to the inner temple of the Knights of the Golden Circle. The plan has been maturing for two months, lut did not include New Yoik until within a week or tfn days. The trim assigned to Bos'on and Pluladc phia have hern at their pasta a week, but the deirrmina ion to include New Yoik ha? caused a delay, and now the time will depend upon how soon Davis is to attai k Washington. I have told you uol all that I know, but all that I can with safety to myielt. Th-‘ charces »re you will disre gard the warning, but I feel that I have, at least, d s charged toy dutv. ' * * * I am not your friend. 1 am one of the mo«t unrelenting of your enemies, but I am an open, and, I hope, an honorable foe. I expect to fight you to the death, hut rot with ludfcrmatches and ca in phene. Do not the people of the South the injustice to believe that one out ol ten among them would for a moment sanction this hell b< gotten scheme. It ia foreign to their nature. * * . . ... We arc no' at l.berty to e'ato anything connected with the author of this letter, but he is respot • ibk and enti tled to consideration, at ieaut, so it is mi 1. The whole ’ ti,iiig, to say the least, ia very iu'eresling to the reader about tbme exciting times. • a or buxKN BlllflHT ANI» LKtDrD tin - XaO PLATE, For sal* by JOHN N. nOIBOW A So*.