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'"VOLUME 65. RICHMOND. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 24. 1861. NU.*?
BICHMONo whig.
'mILUNERY FALL TRADE, 1860.
Inge SR to cal’ attention to my re- -oval lb>m No. IbJ Main
i, t the ocnm—tin* new bnildLnx No. J2VMsinetree.,aJ
ftotn n r the new
* -ttKvrtwooD horxL."
be; »»-n -th and Wh (t-eela, where I am prepared to exhibit alarjt
«T (lock ol _ _ _
VILLINK&T (MODS
„ I e., »r r>»>» Mll'lnery ti I * than heretofore, renel-ttng of
(HU ctf ir \r*.| Velvet K >nneta, Kotv i I 'atti -a Ribbons, French
,.: t n-.i an (..'Were, Krtoa* A'reaths. Head ftveaaes, LI rt Cn*s,
Li - Cap- *n ‘ *• rti'ka. Crap* an I No*I*a Co an and Kteeves In
fm t*’Caps. Ha* end t'l akx K-. i - a; d Taba, Ac , I- all' -t
I,. oanvetien with the £• a■ ral M.lmcry bnalrrss, I w ■ ra mni ar
u 4 TO order Cl iaa* a 1 ktantlliaa, ofa.l kinds, in the latest fa fi
le i . a-yle/. tt re isjuablc prices. All order* wl.i receive prompt
aa ! special alt- atioa. N C. OAKT>'N,
1 w* Mata «
£ STRING JRADE. 180.
EATS, CAPS AND STRAW C.OODS.
KOUT. I,. DKhlXhOY,
Bccreeeor to
BINFOUD, OIIKINWh & WCIKU1RK,
R!C»MON!>. VA.
nvp open and in (tore, a fad and complete (took of
HATd,
CAP*.
and 9TRAW GOOn*,
O' the latest an meet fiab ’liable stir*. which wtU be aold at
who.e,%ie »n 1 -etall, on the nt >st fav raiie tar z».
T * a.tenil 'a of merchant* U most respecl'ally solleite-lto call
and examine 'or them*..»e*.
fill.IT VKY II RTS AID CAPS
Id t )e fo or «r ih** »h»*n«*v t
C ash pi’fcCM w n ftn lit to their Interest to call and ei
t- __
■ SPRING S YLES fl|
A&9 OF M a T fi A A If CAP*. «
MV a-p-tae'.tof IIATS and t UhJ 'or -heSpringtrade la r.ow
aiplcr. embracing ail the n-wat»i« and eol-re of »* ".
H lU «.* > M l-»k a.el's audCtssImere •‘ats.aod a «re*t vari/iy
Cf n ■* st e|* t aps, Leal or-* and M*»* Hsta n g-eet vari-t* -
A. o. a d' nersi *a*o turn*, of gentleoje:j‘i fuenlyVef go-da l *a
f. - - 1 as A'»!»i c Cacc>, Ac »c , all or any of wh’sh will be y.<ld
on as /no.l tv-ma as at suy -tl.er est ab.ishment lu the city. 1 must
rei.'cctfully Invite a cab from pur.baser*
JOHN THOMlrib'N,
8PR1NG 186L
SOITERES HAT !AAl FACTORY.
ESTABLISHED 133G.
ril r iAb«nHr>w r s*yiI>tr >nv <«*• The jitt-n
X *1“ "f the .it* f WjtiU, %-■■ 1 * ;th A.J
Ca a v' b ’ % -f h:* wn 1U*!
P, v M iaa'ii ur-c* Hdi *r* wll 5dJ
ll u» t .t r lit - *Jt u> e*:» it his hois*. p" vloui U>
L; < ffcrt* er N .rV., fc* he s leaein* " “ *ng an- _ >% ^ ^
a*, tvwriny ow •«k»»*Tv*e «r pa ns U> k**r» the
to . ;G.*r-i frude *♦ «.*>* *•’ oth. <i 4s *•• <! in this Hons* will he
SBrrsotoJ u> -ompiiTe hversHv, tn quality tod price w!*h % *o Is
do n * rf *iy -»the» mar.et. ' h '? ■ • will be foucl all iht- <;*:aT
L b of WOOL,' PC* and S *t\W .1 %rs% fro a the low ml price
tf^mhst, i. the flouii qiivirr f--r »c*ntK*.uett. AU^, Boys* and
C . ! Iren’s * «&s nd ©*►•* <»f al* »r% .lj adJ Stjlei; aa4 L4.tic*’
k *i*i/ Hat* of all the rr'sci r.lAiitlrft,
V "’hadcrs will do w*l| U> tit I -t cnlae.
n*cj8 JOhM l>t>OLX>.‘'l Mai* it Rlohnoed, Vs. ^
186T 18
KLLF.TT & U EMGEK,
MAYt’FAiTl KCKS A.A!» W HOLESALS DaALRES IT
Huts, CJnj's and Straw froods*
Ho. !•! Mai* Stuiit. . r.'(iTi raewASOi 3i« J
At \mon t. Til.,
Hit * retdr and Arc now off.-rlng to the t*erch*Bts of Virgin!*,
H ■ »h •'aroina mi 1 Tenncta- r, a*. price* to »o!t the tim.*. * com
, .torg->f Spring a'd Mun-:tr ti mi*. wi:cb fct var'ety ana
J , ,ra«. cnc-lled. Buyer* will do wci! to (it* as a call bw
‘ S?r* BMW • »B»WB«a
i:\toi WAGE
SOUTHERN MANTEACTUKES!
Dn XtX Mid reuretally If *»• raw ob'-tln •« dea.-ahle Ootui*
wt*.i at pa.i -g a * c* 're *or tnna than their actual worth.
THiinirtsHtw »«ou:h ttmi’txv
of tht< lit; ..anSi'il !**• a.a-, and In ord. r t ■ uaX »ucl) o ‘a t*
M would not etrspete with btr wu>1 '*th«r aid other Sort .ft
matii i t.-ra t y furnishing 'dee and at”!e» of Q .<v!sth»t h***
,,,.. ,fnre h-eo .3 V.r.L* ». thrr 1 "d tbolr >i'U ■ 111
M.r‘ yifthe ■.■ a; I f lit q’j-.iily. T!.uy are now c.an. fao
,.- >■ fn ;yi »K-soil CU?T4n off »»ory »W. etr. f: *n tine
» « rao , | v,«t.io » . • , and *o<kd. the .ttcotl n of tn«
ta*-l2'rfl*. ••! otr i.y.' la A! » Uw*r --e.n the A* VY
K| * ' ' V
j | pronounce ti i .t Uaat r^atl. If not MSiiariuc In ua Uliy,
l iv’. y hl l tinea * ' fine hereii'.'ro, and 4«lte *1 -heap.
' ft o \ . n. and 0«m. .1 tth »■»»»• »“d'“ 'n —<ir
r .■'■••
fii’l V .. fi th-'r It' •!> ;'y.n f 'TO.JLaS tiOOitb. which In
t .dciv.o.c'ciwttAiia.wU. Uankrm.Ao
Pnrvh ...»rs tiia* r-tr 0,0', -t.- j f ly e o' Good* manufaetareil
gv a* Vug w .at it 1* reor. oBWd, an I 'tntlot co elrcuntU' fi
w>l! this C -iu»ay he lr>4u:*4 t r wore •’■i..,d.r m Ihtlr tr>.siiV». a<>r
;f •! j cuu . any i.u.3 w . 'ir • >- ■
LlWii U. CHASbaAW, TreeldeoX
SattW Y M.rrwsu,)
™'LlyL* V Directors.
Jose M Mnaraut's, .
P W tiaaw VP, J
A., tg'ht* f >* the *a'e nf the &>>d* marafi.-turod hy the Crea
»k.»« * *v-n Oom-isny t Riohn-'ii I V ... we hare a w in hsai
.yt yard* . f 8-- t lain and fan.-* fla«>e and Doable
H ■> - 'Mi'dri and C*ith*, h**litca *t tof 8ne BanXeta^ahd
, uh .wl* and are man t'setur-g »t h« rate o»
ya- I. p-r we dr. all of whjch wi iffer to tho traJe at fal" prtcue aid
•• — - it. ootlre Conadenoc t‘ at the ect ••'• c w't! re
L.< a liberalauvport. CKKN3UA* a 'h. , a-o
frttt-H _ V«
*.*«'» kltliLf 4h f- r Hahn* tggy. Xyg Tower*. >». Artipu
Li »atl La bpo*>a#» to he hid of
\7ia*) THO«i A BtTLKLyy M OO.
S 15.000.
CLOTHING!
ASP
Geat.s’H Fui’nifshing (Goods,
POK BA!.I
at ro^t rose on,
Vo Uvnt* (hr Whole Stvtk.
TUB eaheeribor h • adel.eo font the pr |.<i tor to eft the
«“■ at ca »o hand. «• aavre noUecl and iaelteo alientlca
l ... .1. . -I 3i 'W 'lu.ity a ca client on* to
.. . ...• g.v I .ca. sad* UP 13 n.< U-.I manner iMWrtt
a. ..; pafu O' a» KMiAalvl* ♦ ., _ ._
,. U0oau D tskln Paata ManeU ea * -ato
Ptjv.1 Jo *»a. Can P«oM bk *>
^ y v cJ'U Cmu*W« ao
AUK),
Mt.rU ©*••«•
l>r*w« N*** 7'*t
Mut'lie^UN NufcwUh *A.»rU
itj «f u«y hrit op 4 kri* fc»T IHfcl!
mbacbato
r » Un* t*« <-Hp #if »»**«« P«-' *r* *' %* *«™
| tt» *n u» we ihin* m.ir.ry o*n be m4«Je, nod »e wf thete m
:*io •• *•* *•- a*
mfti«»_________
CRENSHAW CASSI.UERES.
j \\ i: T II I* K E I. L*S t' tSSlJIEBEI*
Y(*13^ AWES'TES’S CASStMEKS.
M1 LLHli’S CA^SSIMKRES,
A !L ■ Southern T»a»ufl»»'tnrr%»t'*,jiSaad*«ilk*J
U-C.4.al’*f>'er » -A' *«*. A'** ’ '*
OS HiUTARV WLAtL
. «•» tv, ta A 'ou'hr* 3 V,u.C.clorj or li.r.* .l&nJltg, (AT
, , - ■ : j, ft aHM>kf of 4* er*ah
, 4 4 »• •'.
. ,t » -IWwow ;lrp- V. A*»«r« ,t {» i« nf
„ • m, kn-fn w. anj an wit r t eaa gt*a t£e cciloa
•rift-. .( 1.1’ <n w. dee
p. . i. » ac ajJ New B*ura,''ut old .ta-d.
1M Mata ?« *et,
wib9 WII ,St SVTrn
iu . . ■ .■:••<'*
|J . 4 . _..T ,, ,.-a dt-tr.e «U .taeaaea art^ng friia
‘ - • >'''••'■ . -
W P* 7fl>OV A . IVtwwa
h«l. srUiYU TBAWE.
SHAFER. HALSEY A CO..
MANirACICRiRd AND PfclLKlU IN CiAlTUING,
110 Main St.. Richmond, Va.
m IX %:u&l on of nerchA^U U CftU«l W a d«v aq4 Well ieioclr
i e; ,t. - T- of - k il\K* 0*J>t-tlsG now cp« ill *or l*e
'"4
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WESTON WILLIAMS,
No. IS Pearl Street,
MI'BMJBD, VA.,
HA VI ait racelrad a fait aad couple • Uaortment ol
HOOT* ar. i SHOet
E At^iwt la IN, prraea* ant, la adtttton to Oelr I erg, aad
a» . -- i ,iv ) at bat- c fiotta.1k*»a Cu * “Wl '«*
V.e oisUH (. .1 S .uui 'O, »*., w'—At ta liturg oal
K tert ,.4.iil* .f wo I u aaj taihecvaoirr __
J^aatr, tofUtawto ar. ra«Mt* *•£**»; wTlTi^
a 3u -t, So »S fwa 1 ■••'«♦«
1 so as gwwmiaai"
L'tf-*" “* **•■ *'*"%.» ». M4909 a »o«.
pLKTHieu .IT reject*all7
Vy ta.iu tiic aUrasi- a al oowatrj aarctaata •• °wr tar,, aaa
Mlraakfe aoca -t _
M'Kl\U CLOTBIWi
Ai-’ •# fM4 hi b*wr. moDu/w-tirrd Hr -umlew Ki wpwH»w rtjW,
AaAwr rrawt a !*\rtajvf and w »Bwf«i o^oa lb ■>»»* ttoeral Ursa.
ta .»aa.ia«u«a a f,»o>ftm» «m Ue.-d . ...
ahM in, aaLPtwiN a ttuiiMt
porroi V AHSk_WWW Nortfc Carolina ra-aa,
V *Na tta UwtetrUU and W, Paiia ractdMaa, »f »«J iwpo.ter
lwaMr.taaamaa4toraal.br
__Kurt, PAOri * 00
1 W*KT5»-MM laito PwiNl ala, l,W U I««IH
n kf JOO W. • arlj<?*, Aaa tk *0417. b.
■U MtUi BtoS h«i>«i totot
l ■
.1EW AtCTIOA HOl'KE,
rt.ie iau or NrofiOKs.
mm un<l*r«l*ce<i hit thk r wn ec-—* lh«* Auction bOTneth,
l forth# sale of KKGK^KS Uthi *u t!ra on mnkbu
Hr* •, | i* civ *«* «p|« d by BVTTs A lUlHMY
He wilt aril e< both paM ly » -d priTmre»7, •*<» aMi.-’ti the
p%tro **e of h»a fr.-».«U *n<i h- j»«r>'ie |faff%l»y- **** "•*
t* pTMbtWlh; ltd reat r !••• p itroaa; M'* hi act.
th,*k'r »m M* !nr-f experience In th»* tr*-l *, t-«» hr enat!« i to
obi «l* tfc<*Mt heat marfctC price* He will »%ke llker*! Mlv4n *a
on *1 pr-petty In hA«d—a d it prepared to b n* t pe*tnn» en
gn-nl to the tr-%<.te, V3<1 fcbo their atrcAn*^—h»»inf oniple 4cc »«a

On FntneWfi, Sid J or below V. id itreet.
April 15th, 1>4U
...
FOOT OF Mill SI KELT. ROCKETTS,
AND
CORNER OP CARY AND 12TH STREETS,
HICH.nOND, VA.
KEESEI3 «2c PARH,
Mi'PKIKTOKS. , _ . ,
f |fSH *nbp—bet respect ^ ly j. tor*- i!.e r-'rc-.bzta c Tl:, ai%,
X N#rth CnmilnA 4I.J Teaitea#ee» Ihot they nmnofacto. .ng
the be»*. ^uAhty *>f
STONE-WAKE,
Wi ich ih>jr will tell Ul!r very kitct’ price., a iittrn! rti*
ensl'iwuMAi
f-W~ Ail H .retold by at rrtll b« deSrer**! in »--» pv’ r. ,.1*
aorr..oxrWn. T-ioa -r. tiKffitr,
,„JS DAVID PAk<
WILCOX * CURBS’
SEWING 3! ACKilv'ES.
iSTBlTTKi' »»
J. MUM', M • ■! I’cSat,
b-CC >\T*S Cc STY, .
i SDIt M l’- P*’..—- ' 1
A WUlc *. U’wd nut*. ls5I vw ltsoe.1 volt IV •«.*•
Aogutt l*>, ISSs, »• -=rrv ’■ dneen^d ttldpp i.z r>l-e»
Poteotll, COVf
uaMily. Vhi-racm l*e oohti/Htt-v \~ to .?d*. •* r
| It la 'e^a coin^icAteci oaU tic co*i, wr.ect wording i*ewxg Ma
. • •*<
I rip la we*/, wrd it rei.fcble up n *11 hie is o: **“-c**.
Mct|3&to I'S. Iv«y JU.aLic wtrrtn^L^
■elTlr’s t',ch,
Mp4 _ Ifehtsd Governor tW-rin,
-J * | HHSMI B l> l»N *‘1’'
1 In vtoremiJ by_ “'V: ''* *■ T t CD
1861. NEGRO HIRING. 1861.
F- A. J. CLOFTOT,
Real Kstate Hiring A -rent,
OFFICE CORNS! WAII. AS1> FCkl . ! IN hTK' ! Pli, OPB'>
SITh l>lc«1N.'ON. UIIL k CO,
TT.ICiilN-3 C.TSrX), "^vN ,
Tirw tab, r ber b o to r,tura 1 :j rich - svitdRcaroria to M#
friendt fid p»«r<’Bt ft-r lb. rfaT rttiuri:.;- b. ?„«»!■* >*»-«,
»a4 »vi*U taform them i'.,» be »*• » C-Btlnuct .be h . n ** o'Hl«
lN-1 OCT NMik-.i-ri, BKNTING ODT Ct'LLiOTlNG
claim*, vi l »UbJti'.,« -er'.i- Ir.R to 4 G.acrtl Agnacy, to til
: which he gitet Nit pervarlf <itU->tio*.
.ye* In ihec un r* who m»/ fn.'n*’ tne - .'' .< o lr. j-r
N. giuet t. turn ui»y ml I'.aTi<’l every alU'.CoP bring raid tn
II BOM r tat I •■•'•••■-•’ I -
fa the event of riehn.«t. the b«et m-./»/y.e. .id, n
thGI wiwnv, be vup.dl' d Mr h*.vr * large c,*':.for*nl’i' *, <tri
ment. ennaertmi with hU oltee. whe■« , -rvnr. • wno sre not
provide 1 with p!*--t vostiy *1 ntgbi Jorijg tb« hlrijj, m.v re
c., will » good fire, m«» O' CMatui
h -g.- -» for hire tier! ng - ««■’, L*J htliex ue tea-, .a t. ice If
7i>Vko*t at a dief.ru’* f. ■ m / i“» ptnarjtUf urtU i-n, J '■«(,’
»• rrfir ’>• thtjU iriv
Blchnon l. DVkio«on “H A Uo; K I Queen coa*.*J, ;>
Tr.-ituas Laian-, ArCior Tempis. Jo' » ; »mo. in, Tho-cas h'qnctlr
roy W-ataorelaod county. Lr. f 1> Wl eelwrixht, Rev. Ytrrs K
Locke; Klr< W< llara c maty. J' ho L L« a:.e, W. 0 Lataer, !»r.
John Lea to; K'ncGecrc.- -<-~t • George Turner, Rk.'i -rd Turr.e-,
F hi ig-skies, Th nna* Le»: t.roiln- county. R- IT: Id . P* ■'•>' n
p Butler. Feaex countv, S. J B Wh'ilor*, Dr. Jv-rea H. Inane,
g »wa: J y. .V-L, Beverley D uoy, J do;- Micou. IWss-y Foyr.
p_,.jaT Wright; Gtoae—vr county, D- Thom.t. t’ t.J f
fkre -a Httil-he, Jasper C iluxh. s 'tiu-s < I'trw... y. ' «'•» <*
Richmond cour.iy, D . Rob rt A Puyur; New K .-at c-mi.'y, » i .
K Cloptro, R t. t Howie, Dr L C. r«r .-, John A lacy, R. t.
Luc-; Louis• coaly,IKburv Purr, .. Carat rl-.ud v.'.y, M'm P.
Q i-H p stef; Lasso bam county. •* m B >«
county, J D Cv ewuiug, Prince ilii-Ura imttj, bn, J. VVierc*,
Nor' lk, C»i»t. J. 8 Middleton, Jcha (icoitj.
deel8—<11 etc t n__
NOTilJE.
EUGENE CARRINGTON,
LUMBER UKAT.ER.
CORNER FRANKLIN AND NINETEENTH ATUtETS,
R'ceuosd, ViaoaoA.
ALWAYS ON HAND * fine assortment of All kinds of LUMBER,
rii ;
White Pino, A«h,
kiahogauy, Mi-kory,
Black Walnut,
nh-rry, iia.'l-, _
Pox 1 Ar 1 »ia n VTood.
\ALoaW PINE.
1 ineh B-orda, We.o ,.r n.ArdToi,
g do do florid* Heart Pike,
Mep PlADk, Oar '«» RMM,
flouring, Bear.s-'-t, 4c.
—ALSO -
Oetilof B„AT.M, Heart and Bap 8Mn*lrs,
Lathe., Cedar and Oak Peals, edit
ttjMCSIt spillTG l!<HII« 1,!E AND ('IT*
LKRY Wetreu - -ce-los icoin;.i.te AssortmentcfHrr -
warn nod Cutlery, f-rrlcr. ir.d domestic, n nprlalng In part {of—
PoeXet and Pen K- ires,
Tih'e Cu"-ry. of nc.r y errry kind.
Raaors sad Aeisaor -. a lure, a-s ri'irent.
Oora and Cl .ver Blade*, beet klud.
Cutlets, a I trge assortsm'
Am. . Hr a Its ard SI c *. s'l sz-«.
Rowland's Spadsw a lt shot. A, nil s.-a*.
Ma-.u e a*d Hay Fork-, A Urge lid.
Horse sod Falrfli :r akd Horse Nalls,
Plated 9js v ns an Fi rks.
Herat Coll ,rs a-J BLud P .—.a.
CL alas I -I kinds sue
Merv* . Kn-b, dock. Pul, Of. tt and Cupboard Locks, In
great variety,
Wth every article kept la nor like of bnaltteti too tedious to
rrertion
We invite our friends and th- public to call cr. us. all. sell
ba xalaj for cash or to punctual customers
TlirO. KOBKR7PON’ A »"N,
mh.28 _ No. U M-e --
T HNDllR |,CK * ^’H._3U0a.lrv lflbberts, for ssle hy
“ RHWIN WOKTMAVi A CO.
.J • • II r. r i • I <i;;n A ' •• illMl. tK
as * * (lured Fainllv Huh a, lr su.rr and fyr '.rVr h>’
, W. B tLUSAXTB
' N J* reeeltloj and h.r .alrot
a\ nrf.j W AT.I a JUHtUTON-U koAkvcre.
SPRING |««»NNbCY*i PARIS rl' i >*■ Ju rest :d
WsMidartr et a t d' l'-e tf.e 8- t.t Hot-1. » rr ■ -a ^
of Drea, Hals, dire, t <rom Ha.da ; also, Pprine sly I* Htr.u V, j
Bonnets and Mlsatii’ llata.
La li re *b.ut leaving t'.e city can pr.i. a re Uonnets, la the I el a
bl.-Bpri-g sr-.x. of either 8Hk, Ptrsw ' Crane.
Ii*j arttde af MUH *r mid M • . ■ • ■ •
at short notice. [ahll] N. O. HtkT"N, 2- 9 Main s’ ck
UFPIM U SI It A its.
,pa vpwin wmrriiAV a rn
,)» TTKS AMI PIHKINS Ml PKUIUK FRK'H
ORANGE ComY BUTTER,jmIreesdved by s<>amer York
town
2! kegs and ha!' bolt. Ylrclrla Moun'am Rutter,
*0 bugs Si- -X Liauxyrs. Java, Ce>le - IN, Pcne*,
20 btla. C- .*he-i, Cut, Grauu.a,*'d, T.lvet,.e'l, Codec and
Hr, srn 8ayar,
loh.slf rh-viahra* Green aed IVaek T-- .
likl btls. Famiiv Extra and SitoetHte Fioer,
23A ?ugsr*cure J t^uern City, Todd's no.. *•' .'n Dvrs,
1TJ Thin Dreaa pie ea, bhoulucrs auJ J.-le, Ba-ea,
50 h.-xea Paradne, AJaatacUnc ar. i Ta;1 -y Oss iiet,
l'Mbusb (trey. Crow'sr an I Back-h*. > «,
200 ■-usk Abkr M.reer and P.'A. ii HVw I a,,,-rs.
London Porter, quarts and pitta. Port a •! "tUrs Wire.
London Dock Brandy: and pure Old Fa 2 *1 iky,
F. r tale wholesale an! retail, by J - ‘iCREkCT'-.iN,
apg Ct.rnee t^teernor *i I Frar,dn etreeta.
T II OKK E—Btamlord Licence, !c stoTt xzd. #-»r s&le bv
|j a'J_ __ I M I
It TOC UAVK A U' Ml'Lt ‘a ba! corAiti^c. Irv l^u
t' Ml A- Niarlnir* lias raid* Ttlle * . U Wi th flr:«
j '.:oe« lh« pries of It for improving ihe co; did i of Ac.
I and prcTentlnc and curing Acta, Worms, hide" 'und, Citrmper,
Am J. P. L-CF,L.
9cW Macufartar.-r and Pr mdetcr
I (B^SoIdby a't Druggist* in the late United Staler and In tin
I 9ftothera C ntedmey. _ _
iintrii'K fr-oK viiUtmnf n lon.i
i SKR*101f.—lo ***p»ra»ii.n ara *11 be , o1':sb?d l-sc-edlatrir
I a Manual of tactic' I-" V iian’ ■ »rs In A*«Sv“ rerr'-r. .i:ij>ite.
f amlhrlat- t S'aMiAM ACTM kit as, nera. i-.g lU a t» p
Ual tor T-eo, * in actlt* rerri'-e Be Col *1 11, BnaanbiMl, ir
%rt LT HKiI'V
MAXr.tL PON TIOOPh'ld AND t-OUSTED RIFIUM'N ’ -
I‘We would cal! your an cotton to an lmpora t m'tt.ry wos ii
I the e' liteof pull!-‘I n by car tcxns. an. A Morrl . >, ubli
I and booaaeUer. lit* Ir ok ha* been prepared by tot, J. Lad n
-.sets. of the Army, cut t id, ’Tus lb. r.ea'e V.»w« it.’be' •:> • »
[ filiation and aurid/em *rt of the d*;l ! r idocclsd r'-- mru lit ad
I dtttaa to which la re printed In ful.lf stklr- biSera 11*11 to.
I> yinctrl Rife n. .1, hr Cap' - a, to a corre- deal re
ferted «o favorably tu ogr column- a few we Vi »g\ IM1-!/.
i BOOKS A M> STATIONE\.
j y \g. tUABOLPN, lit Main 9t.v«t, hai for aav a ft;!
, J . etic* of W-huel ac i teire ‘•an-'u. Bocks fav, Itltv, P..;<
I W applng n p«r—P-.ua ’.at, lurrtotr-, Iik»**bd», Prnciu
I Blank Bo an, and other article* of Stationery. Also erw an
I standard Music hfl
EsnoMi, i)\V£.\ruHT \ co., o;ru roi
gale BO* landing.
Onto, S'dlj, Madet-a Wines,
Hennener Bren dr In X pipe* And it, cash.
Vintage I-#* Ir Bond,
pipe-a Htidaich Wins,
Cut Loaf Sugars,
Gunpowder and Black Tima,
J era Coder.
London Morward,
Porto Bleo Sugar and M lasses,
ALSO
Jamaica Bum, T years Is Bond.
IMPORTED GOOIflt.
' Cheddar Chew e. of rapcrVr qneH*y, and heaultTurj put np
Uutoh Cheese. In bails, of supe:ter quality
OUt-s. Cana. Uirr* Par*
Oiaode CUartlmi** Onrdla1, (white and green)
Maccaroni, VertnreclB, US M Cigar*
Chow Chow, Cau! d*wer, onion*
W tier Sauce, Sorer*, Scab, PlqUAStc Bluer
Mustar i, O'Jr* oil and Sards**
Brandy 1TSC, Champagne* ta magnascs, quart*, pints mil ba
pints
da-eta, from good to very superior
Jato-tw ,Utb/ HLAI2 A CHAMBESLATXV.1
» BOOK ABOl/T BOC I OHS.
^ W29T k J0HS3TCJ
; -OOC81XLIB3 AND BTATdONIM,
- 143 MaU itreel
Hat* rece*red tbA teUo wc*
HIV BOOK*:
I A BOOK ABOUT DOCTOB". By J Cordy Jefferson, ac-.hor <
-Norris and Norv’lsU,'' Ac. Illustrated. Bl.*5
| Td« NATIONAL CON r*VB2SY ; < r. The Voice of tbs ViAhv
■ponth state rfthe Ooontry lir Jos. C. Mi.-, 23o
I THt EirBTBATVfr NORSK Dl'CTOA. By tdward Mai hew, B
I ( f < gi Ml.
MACACLAVN BNOLANta—Vol telfto*. *od»ro Me an*gift
ANNUAL BOIINT1WC I>IBOOT*NT oc, T.-.r Bool. of‘
Brio no* and Art. Id led by Darirt A. WcQa, A. M. fl 43
“.•CioSSS T:.T*rTT,°Z2T.'?-.
nmma•n*!^?*bwi'*raSm, ama
1 |Ut
IlALTliHOKF. LOC K HOSPITAL.
j ESTABLISHED AS A KEEL HE FROM QUACKERY.
I Ur linlf lam M hcre it Cure mil be Obttilnvd.
DR. JOHNSON h»a discovered the most Certain, Bpeedy aad
only l ltrnd Remedy in the tVor.d L.r tt eaknes of-he
Back or l.imhe, dtricturea, Aifectiona of the Kidneys nod Bladder,
lov !u-it.rT ''Isch.vrrea, Imp-teney, G-riT'l Pfollity. Nervous
n.je, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low d, iilta, Oonlusionof Ideas, raltd
t.,tl It, o- M e I'e.r*. TirnldM i ,Tremb loss. Duifie-s of Eight or llld
d-nrw, Hire ise of tlie lie ad, 1 hr oat, Nose or 3k.n, Affections of lh»
Lanv», d oir.ai h or Bowel.—Oifse Terr.’!e Disurilirj arising bom
tve.j..;-rj Ha‘ Its, f Youth—those btuirr »nd -oMtarv prarti as
rt i e . to t rir vlc.iire than the s..ng of 3- rens to tut Mariners
, f Cl.vs.ui, a ight.cg the't most brilliant hop.', tr o-tic.pajt-ns,ren
dcring mf,rr**.ge, Ac., ltupoasibla.
YOUNG MEN
Ft-t al'y, who hare become t:.e vollm of flolllarv Vice, that
dre.-Jf! act d-. street?-e habit which annually e-t-s to an untirr.e
|. j~aye rhcusi-tds of Young no u of the most exalted tsicuts and
br*.t.'.ar.t Intellect, «ho m ght otherwise have entranced lisltnit.g
N ,o« with the thunders of eloqu-ucc, or ru.J to ecsla.y the
living lyre, may call with full confluence.
marriage.
Vrrrled Persons, or Young Mon contemplating marriage, being
aware of nhrsical weak! esa, organic delddly, deformities, Ac.,
speedily cured. ....
lie who p'aces hint'. If under the cars of Dr. J. may religiously
co. fin hi. honor as a genfletnan, and confidently rely upon liis
aiuii as a Phv.lc.ac,
GRGAVC 1YFARSEN8.
Iraoi' :'at»!y Cured ar 1 Pu l Vigor Rea. or- d.
•• 1 • which rendars life miserable and Mar"
. ,y~ npouibh—t* me penalty paid by ihe vi.t nj of Improper
ir ' : . n'W Y ' tg | e:>' ti. uir t,,o apt to conu-.lt exreasts fr. n,
n.-.t being iwar- o' the dreadful consequence* that ruav ii.»ue.—
v ' . t ;«t un.i ’■wandi the subject wj!i , resend to deny !1 a
- 11* lost aoonar by th.se Miig Ms to*
. i - be;. ■ prude it T BerMej being deprived of the
■ ■ -.ifcrr '! t v. ’ v ■ ' u. tl r.oat t Tunis and destructive
avrnptot '• '• ! -'rd arise. The system beooaes Do
■v . ,n . •; nul ranctiona Weakened,Loss of Pit.
c.ctivc {*•'*- r, Servona ’-rital dftv, Dyspepsia. Palpitation of tl t
■ .... I- dig :-.C,:,.,tltau .ua'Deli Jty, a'.Vail,ng of the Frame,
Coughs, C'onauioption, to.
orritii >0 7 BOOTH FKXDKRIOK PTEKKT.
L hind i it g.dng from N.lumor- street, a few doo t from the
i : c- Foil nut to oi-s.rve nates sed camber.
I | ■ ijhi'J i-c, aid and c tala a stamp. T.ic Doctor's Dipio
nsjl-arglu Ll*o2!c*.
DS JOHNSON,
Member of th • Boy?.! Collt-.v-' ..f Sc.. ns, graduate .'coin one of
(.- r :•■■•.!'?"• i • - 'n tr, . i uri.,:..
.trt »•*»-. se life bai been lytet In tl • 1.1 Ion, Par
is. PI iudelp! .a and c'«■ w . -re, lira effeeloi s-rae of the mist as
u'n',' -..g rare.- that were cvc. known; many troubled with rirginy
Ir •*.• head tnd ear* whan asleep, great n rvoasoevs, ba.ng alarm
e a- andlin :-c.-de, haihfRlliam, wi;r. fr-q.io.t bloliil&L at
ter. . ‘ scrjcttmw wlih a derangement cf mind, were cared lin
es h».<..y. r\RF PaRTTOTTLAR NOTT'.’K.
Pr J. add-*!l those who havetRin-ed thsr-s dvcs by 1m
pri-.-r 1 •: ! and soil's -y hat.Iis, which rain both body and
uc 1, r.cli: leg teem for either bnsiuess, siuoy, society or mar
r.« ge.
The. • ares.rcie of the sad and p-flauchn v .r-.-ts produce i by
ear.-. h»b:i • of ynnt.*-, vtl : Wc»lrr.e«H of ir Back aud Lhnhs,
l rJr !n the HtkJ, Ditrr.rsa of 3lght, Loss o: Mcsculsr P.-wer, Fa!
I, »)- range
rr-.-nt ofthc Dtgwtlve FuncUons, General Debm.y, Bynjptomi of
Oonaumptioo.
Mr .,ur.-The fejrful eff .-ts on the mir.ri arc r-nch to he
,'r.,i1 i I.-.a ' MLtnory, uonrtislon of Idear, Depression cf Spir
iu. ! vi! F-rtb- -Dog*. Aversion to S-elety, B« Mt-s-.rust, Love of
£ '-iu.lt*. To i'.tv, Ac . a*c "ins of . e evils pr tecs-!.
*! * - tt - vis of pr - -rsofall tges.an now judge what Is the cause
f thdr dectirlng health, ls«uig thalr vigor, i. otulng weak, pale,
ne;. ...s .. -1 ei.-.ael«P-<!; hav'rg % singular appearance about the
.res, cc u-h and syn-ptorts of eonsarupli n.
YOLNG MEN
Who have Injur, 1 themse es by a oeriain prs.-tlec Indulged in
wh- -. si -oe a habit frequently !,-»rn-d .’roro evil compani ns. or
' »■ . . -• ;he . y -etj of which are niyhtly f«-.t, even when asleep,
I an if ti t cur.-1 reed.-r* marrikee Impusslbl*. and deslroys botii
J n'od nd l-ody, si -uid apply |g,n.. ' -t?ly.
i what a ■ v a yaung m.n, it e hope of h1’ c -juiiy, the
. ..... le«tMlll|i , I '
o? natures .dlrdni.-nr !-• a err.air. jr-irc: hab't. Such ptrsonr
a.oT, o' 'ore : ri'.ciu.laUng
MARHAQE,
rcfier'lha* a trcr’ rdr.d a-.d I. v a • !l r most EL-eetaarj requ'iih
tiMto proa" it ••(•PBuMa! ha,.places. Indeed, without fLtise, Un
•y r ill. becomes a wears pilgrimage; the prospect
... . i ■ .i....j.-.'
pair an •:!••! wt'*- >e r el.-chcly ier 'an ta;.: the happiness of
anulh r bareau» 1 Usd.l - J a '■ tk our c»n.
l)th..ASR GE IM I'kUIitHiCS.
AT . •’ cisp.d " •! a" t ImptuH.ui .i,.rj o! pleasure llndite
has '<<<• • • Mr of thU palnM Ike. -, It too often ho; peas
’> Jut." ■,'[«!ef ahat ■*, or ••r-.-j jof d'senv. rv, d’.'.ers Mra
from applying to those who, frost tdn iiImu lretabl Hty c
--Vne befriend ldin. lie falls into the hands of the ignorant ar,l
designing prst- nd ri, who. Incapable of cn lag, flkhlui pocBabn
sub.tsrr* k ep bin tril'rg nrnlh sftc* no ufh, or aa lung as t!.i
sciil'eat ft .'*a e obtained, au i In despair h ve hl:n with relat'd
..... . . r, by the i to)
that d-adiy ' o: ", *1 . r. .re, ha,., .tb- • ":! "r.tl system of
Throat, Won
- . ■ ■ . right! ' ltd :t I •
ri -! t h’» ■!,•■» . G.-rlngs byaencirg him to thet undiscovered
c nntry ftom wh h erne no trayeler ctcris.
i-.i -.Kb: fft-r OK THE PKKS8.
The many thousand* cared at ti ls ItuAL'jti. n within th» last
eight.-. i .ears, aud a.e numerous Important Bu'glc.%1 OpmUions
ra !!.• Or. Jobr. I a, witness d by t' e cj.ortc.anf ih» "Sun’’
aLd many oth r papers, r dices of which hare appear'd again and
again More the public, bes'nes hi* standing »a a gentler «d o'
character and responsibility, is a safhclent guarantee to the af
L'.-t. :.
SKIN bl.KEASK? SPhi'DILY CVEuP.
Person• wrritlnr v rc '. I b- pertleu'a ta dirt Jog their letters to
Ilia Ins' itutljii, hi the I<El i i,»i. r:
JOHK il. J'lliNaTOS, M. 0..
£n.Umure L ck ITi-ipItaJ,
aubJ— ’y Ca.thnjre. A:ar/,*nd.
TO THEJRADE.
■»Tp‘. - uid c*’: *h: sHio' an of u>r;hunts slitting the e
»♦ cl's toourls-pe and we'1 i*’ clrds ock of Dh.COS/Jf:'*
MU • III.'*, WINDOW GMP8, DYB- W
b i'lli re, PATENT MldllClNiB, Ac., Ac.
Co-oprss'.ng tn part of—
Ai'ici, Ginger Af.'Mte,
Aioes, G'nc-r A fr'ran,
Anuatt', Glue,
Aisenl'. Gum Arabia,
Ali.lt> iC'Ugv,
AHcplco, Ink,
Alcohol, K’rrossna Oil,
Bla'-isg, Logwood,
Blue S’on5, LI... red Oil,
Brlru'lone. Madder,
Burplnc »iukl, Pepper,
Bruch.<• of ail kinds, Rt i 'tJ,
Camphlat, Bab 8- da,
Car..pi nr, 8>'p. Ccrb. Soda,
OaelorGil, Stsdlcts Pawdrrt,
Closes, Bps Irish Br~ wa,
Pcpp" '«s, Spie s of si Limit,
Cicac Tartar, TmstlU Se*
Correct*'.. 4 Lye, Tarnhhrs, ‘
Fp- n Pali* nr»,.,f l^a l,
I Logwood, Window «' hi va'ICCi
Fustic, sires.
Ha, ... -..It to Hur i cur store with all the '•indent iiaprcvc
meets !■' • ' ilthe hn»l cm, we are enabl-1 to gte-the uG
SuStdlso-s'chso - 'I orders entrusted to us promising our Indltldu
al al'.endoc,aide! by competent amisi»nt»
i'JtiS V. OK AT, Druggist,
nhl«i ?fo. 147 Vein «t , K cbitond Ts_
ISCSI. S P K 1 N G TKADfii lh«l
DOVE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
><». 3S J7Aln M.,
nATF. In store tf. .r ftdi -lock of Diugr, He-Hdnes, Palnta,
t>l:s r-i (s., Ac., which t y are prepared to sell Tory low
. • ■ cb nr to »",.* eu.A>m«r. on rig months time. Ail poods
wr'.uaGt of tile best quality. bU'cli conslrtlng, In part, of the
frillorlng articles:
In 1cJ, Bmcilrg Tobacco, (ercry form)
8op. Cl I'h. Soda, (Fngllsh) Tu'f Oh,
F; s. Balts, Alt »trr I'eaHe,
bat L geood Medicinal 8 and7,
Ounnh irJ Alndtciaal Wires,
Ocorras, V rrel ujrs, (all kinds)
Cea-.-r iM, P1I », (art klndsA
Laudarum, Concentrated l ye,
Ginger, Soups, bll k'nd*)
Pepper, PeldlilS Powders,
Atlsulce,1 Cherry Pect-ral,
Nuruv-gs, j Alustang UBlmeat,
Put'.v, Gum Arabic,
OTvcitn, T 'nqua Beans,
Upu. I'a'-pept'ne, Bscrlng,
> «•: >h, (a'l binds) Coal Oil,
Window <• «■•, (all .-lies) Bur Log Fluid,
Obewi c Tpi aeco, Ma'erme,
ceira-s, (all fradts) Machine OR,
Tanuetw' OH, Iduseed Oil, Ac , Ae.,
T . ■» - e vcrl»ty of Pi rfumcry. Tooth, Hslr and Nall
Bra.h.s, .,11 Pc i.' Weiioiuee, and every variety of goods usu
ally f 'Vt In a mug it re.
Cs rful al'.eou n paid to packing and shipping,
ap'd' TH)A 2 A CO.
PAiMCfltUfS, IA JfcAMN»r».T,
At AVHOLFeAL* and KFTAIt^
IlvJ -SK.PU 8T~ AlldK. No. 'Ll Melnstre-t
Jo" h- 1 • 'rso to -n'sor 'be d. Hat a ta.ge ct ck "f
rich l.awn, »t T.t,, e 10 a..-l li cts ; st'.e Jacui ct- r.hd Oigar.dles,
'.2jw. Is. A-.; t. ..'■», . cu toow.ar.d higher; Be'e ee, all col
ct u i-, - r.e.ac.; ■ u l.wu lri'Ulc ll-r- e bid1.' bfcswls, w'th
Oil., u' .e K- l -i ! -y. a* J f". w r t- tf ■ •; H ack an I Cclsied Wik
Pa-ii'la from «nd m »» is; furl c.'ored C ■ I!. ■ a'
and > cent •, ch« ,t> *1 lt<; Ladies'(4 k Thread G*ovee S"1 Oaui i
le'", at I'-L a: d a' ■ nl ; -l.ort a. d long Bilk M:ts, at 87)tf aid 5U
!»>•■’! 11' er, audlir.iom H- wan—' Mark Dig in • Phsetlag;
Piiu.« C.ist '-li s in au l T.--ding; Krra.h Nte.be-Work-d o< Hat*
fr. ; 1.., : <5cls.; Cambric an it !>» :•.» Hunts, the Caest work la
to fir M. da jwear;
I Bia’k at..i Colored MIS'., and great n.anv . .ore Ur. i, too num.T
„aa to me..lion. wi'lhe roa-,1 ut prces that i>Usli!. carry body
tiiicao at No. 47 aiiia street. Loot out lor the ri-ht place,
j apll • JCBFPH BiaACgC.
| TC1H: Mi M i*m FkKULY GliOfBRISa.
; r —
10 fir'-. * No. j Cornea butler
13 1 Mi Burk-rheat Flour
80 to ’i cu.'ertlrc ? ttra ant Family Flour
I gap ke-1 and Pickled Salmon
■ 8ft \ bill No. 1 N. C. &oe karrlugs
85 ,.kr» No. 1 Mackerel
S5 bee Fugfleh Hairy, Pir.o Apple and Goshen Cl.eeao
On* Meal, Kj « Floor. A- *c.
' et* rroalrt J ard for sole on the lowest terms for oath, or te
“ prcn.pl customer*, at M1NNI3 A CO.’S Family Grocery,
role id and Main of.
Limp PL IN 1 RH.-25ft tone ls't"0 Plaster, on tho
Wharf, aad to orr.yr, for sale In lotJ to su-t PU'cuairr*. by
apt R. K. aOMkRVILLKA 0 \
ASCPPLY op TIIK LA fSWT.i:i sso
At MORRIS’ EorUtero, 87 Main street.
T- e Rival AVslti By Cha irs Gr-bc. 25c
3*er of T ee Trarsrrl| t n brllliante. By T. ftfiBrown. 75.
the Obe’oa Frlka Hj ttrvbo. 8fto.
fupCnl’’ c W ad'-e P »ne. New song. By J. P. Webster. 80c.
Hong ft? IS -uty ByW. H. B urne. 55c
A Stsidrn's Prayer.' Written and adapted by W. J AVetmore, 8.
D . -V.
Carat ra, uu Ballo In Waacbe a. Arranged for the Flano by Jas.
Bella* 25c.
Jennie’s Oraye. Net Pear. By J. P. AVcbster 25c.
The r': a iger on the SBil. Words by Buchanan Bell. Music by V.
B B Mo
GeaUe W'JKe Ward. Written by Tr. James Cocper. Composed by
R T Cnrtls 25c
, The Harriet Lrne Polka. By A Allmorh. 40r.
Tbe flpy Guard Oulctslsp. Cump>sed and reaper*tally dedicat'd
to Ibe P«. .-aba g C.tj Guard, Capt John P. May. By klodorc
Camps 40c.
s The Artisr’* M ottioch. By Jamea BrlLtk 40c.
- L’o Sailo In Maschcra Opera de Verdi, Nocturne Cantablle. J. As
altar.
Lorena. with Tariatlons By H 0 g!*-fert. 50c._
• JrPKHIOR OLD HVF B HIftKY.-’IW hb’jpttt
Country and Weatarn Lisuncd Bya Wh:ssy For aale by
, ».«0*t ____ !. A r. II DAVENPORT.
IK .N A \Nfctf IKON VA SUN 1 IKON V • SKI!
Oru jnuatal Cast Iron Vases, of ail sixes, fur sale low, at tbi
CMr a Store of 8TIB6INS, PCLLKN A CO ,
, _Corner Broad andjAh Sts.
\\rWeatarn WHISKY, eelebrated brands, for tall
b* apl* I. AG. It l)AV SIN PORT.
> *1 liLBR NiCilsBtfl A Bit* HOKStFN.-I hear FjV__
'1 Jaat retriTcd, dl-cct from Ear.tacky, decidedly the^£*5
- bast lot of mules that has been In this market fi r yea**—both broke
t aad u broke—from 8 *o 6 years oM; all of which! wIU aell or ei
. t&is&ssssa&$$fiSg
THE KIUUaUIEWJ WiiUx.
i'orrc.Spoiidt ncr of tlio U hit;.
bROll NKW YORK.
Xvw York, June 9th, 1 SGI.
7o the Editor of the Whig:
The tvrauov and terrorism practised in this city at the
present time and the deep seated malevolence shown to
virile Southerner reeidirg hete have been so general!;
denied by the Northern men, that I depart from my
usu.il habit of silently watching the current of events,
and a nd you the account of a scene which I witnessed
here semo two days ago.
Uadere anding that a Southern physician of eminence
here was to he assailed tor his political feelings si d
d ivea into an explanation and apology before the Medi
cal Academy of this city, I determined to be present,
and accordingly, at 8 o’clock, P. M , was at the hall ol
meeting. Te.is body, let ms rematk, is a scientific sot i
e‘y, Cv in posed of the mo-t eminent men of the Nt rth,
and meets monthly. When I got there the room was
crowded io the i«fte s, and all seemed eager for some
cti-.-mg sport The meet!! g was soon called to order, a
ranttou 'o go into a committee of the whole adopted,
and a tiuly eavage icoking M. I). by the name of Den
bold cull d to the chair. Ills liist act was to order ill
who a etc tot Fellows of the Academy out of tbo room
a> d the dcors locked. Mery, peihaps fif.y or sixty in
terloj ers, drawn to the tpot by n port of the affair, w« ut
out, but yi tr correspondent kept quiet, determined to
sec and expose any feu! play.
The chair now appointed a secretary to supersede the
regularly appointed effir-r, who, I learned, was the cul
prit Hgitt s: whom nil this mysterious proceeding was di
rected. The nomination being accepted by the society,
a young, gcntlemanly-lookii g man, who was seated on a
chair next the president, rote and yicldirg his place to
the new eppoi toe, took a seat among the members. A
gentleman next me infotmed me that this was Dr. Gil
liurd Thomas, the person who had proved obnoxious.
He is quite a young man, of qtief, Southern demeanor,
was dressed in deep mourning, and although evidently
much grieved at the painful prominence given him, seem
ed wonderfully ccol and collected. Of the cn'ire body
fee seemed the tno-t ycuth.ul, and though all eyes were
turned upon him, he appeared the calmest man in the
hour-o. I could Dot he'p warmirg towards him, for he
seemed entirely friendless and alone, amidst a multitude
wbo.-e looks told a determination to crush him. There
wa-i pouiethii g in hv manner, however, that to.d me they
would h vo their hanik foil if they intended to humble
him.
an nv-rv arn violent di.-tcmslon new took nlace as to
the propriety of nllowitsg cue against whom grave
elr.rg. - existed to Isold an elfin of honor in the Acad
emy, and gradually these charges were developed.
They all came under the simahead—he Fyntpalbized
w»iih tr-iors and rebels. As a man and a physician
even b:. bittr rest focc p aiseu him ; but he sympathized
with the South, would not be driven or frightened into
a d. s.id ct mch sympathy, and therefore should be e!im
jn ;e;i from the society. Over this they wrangied for
twj houis, a few taking Dr. Thomas’s part, and one,
Dr. D i egan, denouncing his p rseemion in eloquent
and p inging terms. Apparently afraid of > xpeiling one
n^rs' fir whom no charges could be substantiated, the
o a*d n.o«t eminent men present then addressed
p.rrCUil appeals to Dr. Thomas, urging him to recant
and apc'oikze, or, as they exprersed it, “explain his po
rtion.” Through si! this tempest the man about whom
,t ha! arisen rat an g-icouccrurJ ep ctator, apparently
t'.iinkieg of something disconnected with the scene.
Af.< r two or three bad appealed to him, he rosq and I
thought was about to yield to the pressure ; and, al
though I should have legrulted it, 1 should not have
bUiusd him—th* content was so unequal. As he lose
tin re wi s a round of applause, and when it subsided he
s'a'id. in h clear and manly vcice, that he denied the
jurisdiction of the body width was attempting to try
L m ; that he would not submit to fiieir Interference »i h
his poiil cal, any more tl.au with his religious, convic
tions, and would neither plead before them nor “cxpUit.
i.:s positio i." llv liked fur a von*, and declared Lie
willing _t -a to abide by the wishes of the mojori'y ; and
a \o e oci: g taken, to tho shame of the Academy be it
recorded, it w*g lug. ly *grir.»: him.
A new aeries of ardent p-.reoi.al *pp als again occur
red, the president, among others, urging Dr. Thomas to
. jp.«i\ ; ai d Dr. James Watson, after lauding him to
•he ski r, alntvst begged him to help the A;»'l niy out
of ft dU n n.s : y bowirg in -■•la.xk'ion hi fore it. Siler “
being re**_,-,reji Df, T. flguU rose—and uow i thought
(he game ni" up; but ui ue lot-lied round, 1 caught his
eve, i m once c sognii my uiiud. He again del kd
the tub’, of the Academy to try him, refused to >i-Id
tjac.ib, and, resigning l.is tuu.e, withdrew, leaving
behind him a discomfited ana sheepish-looking tribunal
of i bout luO men.
1 tried to see and become acquainted with him after
wards, but he had gone, from a member present, bow.
ever, 1 learned those facts: 1h*t Dr. Thomas is a native
of Cciembit. S. 0 , and lu» b eu a t^-ideut tu b\ w Yoik
eight years; that, urtbou^n t oi yet thiity years ol age,
he has attsim d no ordinary eminence hero and abroad ;
that be h.is made some great addi.lot s *o obstetric sci
ence ard art, by which many livts have been Payed, and
that he l as alwsys been a nio.t popular and highly-es
teemed man. llui, although ho spoke thus of the ac
custd, he esid ,<ni!y thought the action of the Academy
porfec’ly justifiable, if Dr. Thomas really sympathized
with the South.
I have given you a full account of this disgraceful
procedure, tor the papers here have kept perfectly silent
abeir it, aod it should not be allowed to go unrecorded
Tho b»si3 of the whole illkir was evidently a desire to
remove a duigeraus rival front the field.
A Northern mob mlyht thus pros uute the name of
pa-tio Lot to base cuds, but a scientific body—never.
Hoping soon to bu on the soil of the Old Dominion, I
remain Yours, respectfully,
u., of Ya.
CONSTITUTIONAL RESTORATION AND REFORMA
TION.
Henry Co., June 19th.
To thi SdiUr of thi )!7i.'p:
It the Convention is pn pared long-'r to tot' rate gene
rally the deifg'jible Yankee system c-f popular clectisra
maupmated in Virginia by the “R-forrucd" Cocstputiou,
subversive as that system is of whowsuiae and effective
government, will tWy not at least provide some othei
mode of appointment ofvheiilfs* It were idle to di§'
cuss the propriety of circling these off. ers in the mod*
uow prescribed by the Constitution and Liws. The only
question admitting of doubt is, not whether these off
cers tiro properly 11 ctive by the people; but whether ii
be pns-iblo for the wit of ary deliberative body to de
vise a more vicious sys tm of appointment.
The list Conveutiou, in their z»al to cater as fir at
possible to the greed manifested among the people fot
office—though at the express of the revenue and of im
portar.t and del cate public and private interests—threw
eu' ibis bait, among the rest, for a dirty scramble. Aof
whilst almost every interest confided to the hinds cl
these cfdcrr3 so elected has grievously suff.red, they
themselves have in many, if not in most instances, be
come bankrupt morally as well as pecuniarily. But few
of them, utterly incompetent as they have generally
been, have realized anything from the office butpecuni
ary distress, excepting thoee instances where the sue
ce-aful candidate had the nerve and good sense to farn
it out. The sheriffs incompetent themselves, how wer<
they to rely on the fidelity of deputieB who, a
others’ expense, weie electioneering all the time to sue
ceed their principals. To say nothing of other publii
and private interests, the loss to the revenue for tei
years pas*, muvt be immense. Nothing is becoming mon
common now than for sheriffs and clerks elect to vent
their offie-s to the highest bidder. I do not obj- ct ti
this, as things now are, for without the traffic in offici
we should in many instance* be without any clerks a
alL
Now, I propose that the sher'ffdty in every count;
and corporation in the State shall he farmed out by thi
Bute, and that the proceeds shall go into the treasury
This suegcstioD, if adopted, will secure better am
more effective officers, and yidl revenue of not les
than $150,000 per annum, and it may secure as mucl
more from taxes ai.d fiaee, which are now but partial!
collected. If every convict who finds no difflcuhy ii
1 avoiding an arrest upon a capiat pro fine, and ever
’ voter in the Bute who baa beeu returned insolvent b
1 (he "people’! sheriffs” were putierttl Into the pubii
iu:o the hearts of our enemies for their numbers, at
least. Very respectfully yours, W.
NELSON COUNT V.
LorixosTON, June 18:b, 18fil.
To the Editor of the Whig :
Having noticed nut y communications published in
your paper from o.btr comities of the Old Dominion,
showii g with whit promptitude and alacrity their noble
sous lmve responded to the call of patriotic duty, I have
concluded to send you a word from Nelson.
Three companies have already gone forward to bat
tle for Southern honor and itdipendenco, two more are
now being formed, one of which is to be organised on
next Friday, numberii g one hundred men. Forty or
fifty of our brave young men, being restive and eager
for the field, united their destinies at as early stage of
the revolution with companies from adjoining counties.
Our companies are composed of valuable cit /.'ns acd
sterling patr ols, who, knowing their rights, wiil daunt
lessly huzird their lives in this struggle for independ
ence. Our court hag made very liberal appropriations
for arms, and lor the support and maintenance of those
who, feeling flint no consideration should be allowed to
take precedence of that of pvtriotism, h»ve gone for
ward to stay the tide of vandalism that threatens to in
undate the South.
The errps in this region are very premisiop, the wheat
especially. Having hoard that mau) families have been
compelled to leave their homes in Eastern Virginia, I
will state for their bom fit that our village eff rs to such
a pleasant place of sijourn duting the summer month/.
Board can be procured on reasonable temu Lovings
ton is proverbial L.r its hcaltbfulcess; situated in the
mountains, four miles from the Nelson statiou, on tho
Orange and Akxaudiia railroad, and a quiet and pleasant
village. NXLSOX.
1CR THE W'lIIO.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CONVENTION OF VIR
GIN I A.
The ordinance to provide against the sacrifice of pro.
prrtv, Ac —in other wordr—“the *tay lam,” havirp been
rtfeired to a committee for revi-ion, I take the liberty of
suggestiig some amendments which appear to me as
obviously proper. Otheis ra'ght be euggis'ed, but, as
their propriety might be debateable, they are omitted.
1st. Embrace in the provisions of the law all processes
for the sale of property by a Sheriff or other officer.—
Wby should landlords be permitted, by dietren wurranf
or attachment, to compel a sale of their tenants' effecT*,
while their tenants cannot, by legal prcces*, conce the
pavmeut of their dues ? Or, why should the credi s nud
i ffec's of a debtor, in the hands of another, be liable to
cot fixation and sale upon a judgment against a garni
tftee ! 1UC Iiw NfiUUaU I.C Ituptuuat iU UB
it i.ov stands, it is anything else.
2d. Restrict the prohibition of jury tii.il to those cases
in which the verdict H to be rendered for debt or dam
ages, and the judgment for the piyrr.eut of money.
Why should partirs be p.evented from proceeding to
try, b.fore a j ny, the Validity of a will, or the titie or
right cf possession to real estate, or the amount of d m.
agea to bo awarded upon the establishment of a public
road, land:.' g, or ferry. Much injury has, already, been
done, without bent fit to anybody, by the arrest of pro
oe< dings in cases of the character just indicated.
But would it not be b-tter to repe.il this provision al
together, and leave parties free to p uceed to judgment
.".ud acquire a lieu upon the real estate of their debtors,
preventing them only lrom enforcing the payment o'
money by legal preccs:? Is it not worthy of consi ere
tion, in this connection, how far reuegadi s, traitors and
a!i n cm miss, may avail themse v s of this provision to
defraud th* ir creditors—loyal cit;/. ns—by nhccaltor.s o!
their real estate.
Do s the word “and,” fo lowing the word “Coromor.
wraltb,” in the first clau.-e, defloittly at,d precisely tx
pr«6s the mear't g of the Conv-ntior; should it net ue
“or?” A; it now r<ads, no *>> .' fw to* or <eiiuitioni n
poni* can ivoce even sgaiu.-t a non-rcsideut, except in
favor of the Commonwealth. Was this the intention of
the fr-mers cf the Ordinance I And tx ept for the
• tibet ol a eubs. quent c!au. e, even the Commonwealth
could not sue out aa tx.eution against any p. rsen < x
cepf a non resident.
The above augg-stions are thrown out, without argu
ment, for the consideration of the Convention and of
the Committee b»-“ug the ruljec in clarg-1.
TO the writer, the whole law seems very impcr'ect, and
very o'y ctie^ahie. But, having been enae'ed by old and
wire heads, he hesitates to cj pose his un views to thc^e
of the test tabled wis lom cf the L:atc. TYRO.
IitCHaoiii'; June al, Idol.
| Prom tht A’ete Orltnnn Cretetnt]
FROM CA*P MUORR—PREiEhTATiOX uF A FLAG
TO TilE VlRbiSlA BLUES.
Camp Moose, Upper Divtciox,)
Tangipahoa, June j, litul. )
Eiilor Crttcenl.—V. is pjoa»aut to tbo-e engaged in
the null rou toe end tnonoto y of Cutup life to have the
frequent recurrence of a: y little incident out of the beat
■n rr.icli cf set duty. Such an one occurred in the Upper
Division of Camp Moore to-day, on the ccca-ion of ti e
presentation ot a beautiful s1' of tviors—an d.-bo ate y
adorned Coufede<e'e S?»it> dig—to the Vtrgini* Blurs,
G«pt. D. A. Wilson, Jr. The fiig was preseuted on the
psit of the ladies of New Oilcans, by M;»e tiower, a
young miss ot about nine years o! uge, who, in present
ing it, aceompinied it with vie following btief Out ap
propriate sp -eeb :
Gentlemen of the Virtjint* B'net—ln bihilf of sotne
of your Uav friends of New O; leans, I present you these
“s'. iri and nsr*,” ocaiiug your title. Wtien on the bat
tle field, amidst ball ami shell, may they serve as guardian
atig-ls to you May you return with them spotless as
you lecrnvo them, crowned wiib Fame and Gloiy.
Captain Wilson responded os follows:
Ladie»—\tt, behalf of the company which I have the
honor to command, I act- pt with pride and grat f,cation
the h'au'itul 11 ig with which we have been presented.-—
It bears upou its folds the name of Virginia, t c honored
mother of Sta es and of s>U‘ostuen, a name beloved all
through our Sunny South, but now more beloved than
ever, stpso toe invader has touched h-r hallowed soil, ai d
threatens ruin and destruction to her gallant people.—
Beneath such a dig, aud lighting in such a cause, we
slall know t o such word as fail; but ihe rallying cry of
all will he the same, “vi toiy or death.”
Wherever the fortunes ot war shall carry u?—whether
upon the eh O'-.-s of the inichty Mississippi or she plains
of the honored old Conmionweailh whose name is em
blazoned upon tbst banner—it will net ve our arms to
strike a more deadly blow when we think cf the eeene
which we now wi'uess. If anyth ug could stimulate our
natrlotlem, already glowing wuti iMeusry, it worn i be
the reliction that fair hands have prepared the flig that
will float over us, end gentle hear a are beating *ith
warmest aspirations that tictory may ever perch upon
our tlandaid.
The time lor action has row arrived, and tue tramp
of the foe is heani upou the G ids of our brave South.
We will cherish this tl >g as b doubly precious gift, aud
if the fates shcu’d decree that i: he ewrremrmd, it
may be soiled wirh the dust 01 the conflict, or torn aud
tattered iu the fierce stock of arms, but nevir, never
shall it bo dithonoret?!
Three hearty cheers for the fair donors and the young
debutant on the oratorical st->g.> were then given by the
company and the multitude c.f lookers on, aud the B i t s
marched proudly on, hearing wi h them their magnifi
cent bauuer. Long may i. w ive ! V.raNmttu.
TBF. HOR?E PRESENTED TO GEN. WISE.
We have already s'aU-d that the citizens of Augusta
county had purchased a ttob'e charger for Gen Henry a.
Wise, lor which they paid the sum ul $:itm. On W. d u s
dsv of last week the file snimal, calbd ‘Legion,” w.-.s
presented to G?o. Wise, the commander of the * Parti
san Lrgiou.” The presentation address was d< liveted by
Hugh W. Sbtlf v, F.-'q , whose felmitons speech oa the
occasion, says the S annum Spcrtalnr, showed that the
proper person for the performance of such a duty had
been chosen. The same paper states that the horse seem
ed to be conscious of the compliment conferred upon him
by becoming the bearer of such a noble rider, and de
meaned I itursIf in quite a proud manner. Though ordi
narily quite gentle, he was, on that occasion, as wild as
Bucephalus. Whilst the audience were cheering the elo
quent remarks of Mr Shelley, he became unmanagea
ble, broke loose from the man who washoldirg him, r*n
1 over some of the bystanders, aud broke the be of » sol
1 dier belonging to the 1st G- orgia Regiment. Gen. Wire,
, in ac eptiog the present of the horse, mad • a fine speech
of fttteen minutes in length. He promised that he would
' ride him, in spite ol his spiri', and was consoled by the
1 reflection that if the horse chose to charge upon the ene
my, that he was too weak to prevent him from doing so.
IMPORTANT FROM LOOISVILI.E.
1 Louisvtu.*, June 19th.—Reports from Grafton Vir.
. ginia, coming through various sources, render it quite
| certain that the patriot army of the Virginians is moving
westward, under Ex-Governor Henry A. Wise.
* Two thousand three months volunteers at Camp Dam
1 nlaoD, near Cincinnati, have determined to go home.
REVOLT IN THE MISSOURI PENITENTIARY.
JiFFXRftos Citt, Mo , June 19 —The inmates of the
r Missouri State Penitentiary revolted to-day, and attempt
f ed to make their eecapa. The movement *« quelled
3 howsyer, efter it* bed been killed end four wounded.
IMPENDING RUIN OK THE NORTH—PRfHPECTd
OK A SPEEDY WAR HETWEEN GREAT HiUTAlI
AND THE UNITED STATES.
The diy hxs parsed for miticirg «p?o h, amf timid pro
te-t*, on th-part of this) who srlll retain any »i c re af
lection for the American Union. Only cowards am
fanatics, who either cannot or will no', lock the truth ii
the face, fail to prrc* iv.) that the country i* ou U't* verge
of ruin. Within tfree months 'he Un ed S'l.-Us have
ceased to bs a Republic, and be-jems a dispo’i-m. A
ruthli rs, anti-slavery autocracy at Washington has rob
b. d the peof le of every right which the tradi iocs cl
centuries had caused the Arg'o-Saxton race to hold
sacred. The usurpitions of a Syracusan Dionysius have
been thrown in the shade by the aioia'ione of the Con
s' itution of President Lincoln. Mob !*w, a gag npo
the freedom of the Press, and liberty of spee. h; ili. gd
enlistments, and a blockade of Southern ports, in defi
ance of international comity; the seizure of telegraphic
dispxtchei; the invasion of Viignia; the false
pretense* upou wiiich war was foro-d up*on
the coun-ry; the mw-sacrea at St. Loui.; tho ui
cunstitutional proclamation of martial law in the D.s
triot of Columbia, Marylind, Mi-enurt, and Alexandra;
ili * su .version of the military hi d naval school* at West
Print and An*mp>lis; the augmentation of the nation d
debt by tens ot million* of dollars; the atrocity of suspend
ing the privilege of ihe writ of hahtan rtirpnn ; the sub
version of Older i:i the army, and the annihilation ol
every security lor the prop-tty and freedom ot pr.va'
ci» z ns, might have be*.-n thought enough ; but me Ad
ministration t as not contented itself with this long 1 st
of iniquities. It has brought the Ui.i'ed States to the
eve ot a war wi b Gieat Hut.* n, and reduced us to a
condition of impotcucy, troni witch only au interposi
tion ot the Aliment? can recover us.
Five wnks ago the Daily N*>ws prediced the
state of things which has at present arrived. Diy
by day we urged upon our fellow cit zens the duty of
pouderiug well before involving the State* iu au iut*r
necine itri.'e, which Loth Alexander Hum lion &ud the
greater Washington foretold would be the inevitable
precursor of foreign intervention. I was out too char
that, iu the present alioual orisi-1, no pretext ot inter
ftrcncc* wou'd he wanting. The i lea t :at England would
respect the b'oeitade of a coast extending f.om Capo Hen
lop* n to tie K o Grande, with a licet to) iceble to r.
lake For! Pu.aski, wou'd have been preposterous, even
it it bud not been, a* it was, idegul aud uncons .totion-t 1
to a’lempt it. To suppose that tho Southern r>uves
wot.ld be pronounced rcDrli by the P.Jm-rstuu mini-ity,
in the free of twenty instanced t.fV rd< J by the United
States Government, lor tho r.c'g .ition ot it.su*rveti.in
is s against legitimate authority, iu nil the lour q lit
ters of the glow*, would hate r-quiied n*ariy a taou
loui stretch of iroag-nation. To *ir*-am tf «t tho scorn
witli wui. h he country, under the Pierce Adm'n stra Iji ,
hud greo cd the pr vaU-eric-g ihe r es of me trca.y
of Pu-is would be f. rgiveu aid forgotten bf
eijn ( O'irts, in opprs'ioi to ihtir own lau-rcsts, at ilie
first beck of an irrepressible Secretary ot Stute, without
aa indorsement ot his aunuiission hv the United Slavs
Senate, was a f t-h of prisa-nption ot wb-ch ouiy ltr.
Rewind could h.a»e hoe1* guilty. To think list the m s’,
powerful nations under ihe firtnament would he fright
ened int) ju i Ik' imity by smh high- ound.. g dispute. o>
a* were sent to Mr. A* ana and Ar. Duito.i, or hy the
t *r. at to give passports to Mo is er-» at tile natir n il c-.p •
‘al it t' ev should u-rc to speak their minds lre*-lv, w a
to be po-e-r• *1 l»y a bt(iliuti t* Iretizy wnolly int-xt in xo .
Yet ttie 0 b net of Mr. Liocoln committed f isc h*urdi
t *«, a* d itu-y w r • » - p!v ded by the Republican I’rta-, a.
th sublimity of wisdom.
Canute d d not ccniiuiand the wives of tho ocean to
roll u-ek mor- vaiuly than will our cr i.y Audition n:t*rs
tie roil ol ir,dig.'.a'.ion with which Powcis abro-td are
nn-nared r*i r hike I e let-ble. r -imriiill* mm -ane whi-:h
ha* pre'.erdrd to prescribe luv*~ to loo world. England
hi- ul eady r cog- it d the L’uufcdct >tc Stales aa billt:;. r
o'«ts. She 1 as also declared that thtir right to j riv.itci.r
iog is nmbubn-d, at <1 mat even t ic «cc<-»»on ot ti c
Washington Government to the treat; of Pans does in t
hind the Monru lUterv authoiiiv- .Mr. Stw.ird's trick
cam.- too laic. Lord Palme -o sill ii-t re-Ogiizi the
l. ucolu p per bh ckwi-. mnl Kran-.i, i! we tin.;, j Jge by
ihe tone ot the l‘»ri- j mrual-, is • qully iiUiapc cd to
do -o The entire Fre-a ot tne nia .ufkctnri g di- r;< ts
•it Great H itsin rcho-s 'i e language ot the nov p.pu?
ot London, that Uie cot on trad, with the Sooth etiall
n it be tf ropnrnj wiih, ai d t‘ at, “ cith- r by lair meats or
foul," oniuterriipred eommunimtion shall bo prei-< rv» d
wih the ports of New Uri. at;.*, Mobile, iStVaunnh and
Gbarlegton. Q loti.-.g Mr. Reward’s wu^-.ilcq’icuv to • ur
mlt.l-t* r *n Pali*, the London Times -ays: “ No *i?e man
bo;i: a a d.tii id* a«.a dangerous war with language iik •
thiy. "'he language of conlid> at exultation if, us tve kno w,
be ,'ouii: g in these who P.ke tneir ai u.or • It but vt r; i-iiL*.
coi i'ig in those wl.o i.rc putting thrir nrin r on.” The
Economist declare* that •‘the peuutlul disruption of the
Union should be most hopefully welcomed e.< an a I mo i
uo&liojtd advantage. At d civil war,” i; cocticut#, ‘ is
mi uimret unmui,!“t d tr. -ch>! ” Tr.e London organ ot
tbe Palmerston ministry authoritatively tnaint iostbat
“no one at the present time £*n doubt or cpiostion the
(it fficto indi-pendc-ues ot the Southern S.a cs.” Mr
Li d.-ay, whet was ro i~.ve.riy in t .e United States, ard
whoia Authority is consid red to ho o’ great weight in
Parliament, baa taken open ground for the J tT. rsoi. D •
vis movement. I*' exclaim d on ihe 22 1 ultimo, ia ihe
House of Cnmaiu.is : “A* Lard John Hu-s-ll l as taken
one step, by ucitnowled- i- g th-i Southern Confedtrsey
as belligerents, il would bed iirahle, wh-n the prop r
time arrives, 'hat he should take mother step in advance
*:.J acauowledg • it as an irdi-p-adcnt power. It mu
come to tin', and it will atsv :h ; cry cf vengeance o!
the North ataius' the South.” Ho ti icuied tin; idci of
an < ffective bloikade, and ms.iutair.oJ that no other
could be respect* d.
“Ur Sr-ward,” s«ys 'he London Times, “ may belie-e
and tve mb Is, but we sre not di-posed to do litter the
cncor the other; the oracles ol bis 1 cal divinity do not
pngs current on this ei 'e of the Atlantic.” In a wore,
Air. Linculu and bn adviser? Lave succeed, d in chtu'.i. g
America, but will not he permi'ted to Iran pie upon the
interest., ol England also. Gr .at B.-itui'i is»rr«ycd in vir
tuai hostility against us, and if the lofty preti moons of
three we< k< ago are sir nuoii* y upheld, the two couatries
will be involved in war bei'oie theiluse of the summer
months. Is 'he U. Sea es p-epnr* d to meet such an in
cr * c of embarrassmei t f Before many dajaa battle w il
have been fought ia Virginia Whatever section tray
he viutoricu’, it will prepare the way for new conflicts.
(Jed only can forns-e where our civil war wiil ei d Can
we bear ihe superadded burden of hostilities with a for
eign r e r>y ? When our floet is sw, pt from the ocean,
our comm, rce is destroyed, our ports, iu t; eir tun,
blockaded, wdl any pirty in the land continue to ep
piuud tbe insane c<u ae that has plunged this R- public
into an abyss cf evil*? Alas, we are reasoning with tl c
whirlwind! The sobering hand of dis-stcr has not yet
reduced public sentiment to the level it must shortly
reach.
TDK LATE ELECTION IN MARYLAND.
The Baltimore Exchang*, in an editorial upon the late
election, expresses the following views in regard to tho
present position of Maryland :
“ Most of the Northern j rurnals h&v1 altogether tn's
apprehended the import of the late r lect oo in this State,
and are congratulating themselves upon it s* an indies
lion that the people o' Marjlmd in'eDd to adhere, hei.ee
for>h and under all circumstances, to the government of
Mr. Lincoln. Much as tho “Union ” men here have
exposed th»mEfives to misconstruction, vet the ma
parity of them have certainly done ncthirg which
w.mints ti e Northern Dress in trea'ing them as cor
di <1 and faithful allies There are, it is true, some tew
Individuals whose sentiments thoroughly co ncide with
those of the dominant faction in the North, and who
would be content to witness the subjugation of the Scutb
There are soma few who are wilitcg that this war aball
ha prosecuud unti', in the language of Gnvernoi
Tnoaias, the valleys of Vi.giuia shall be filled up with
bones, or who, like Mr Fiery, would devo-e one halt •>
the Southern 8tat s tv destruction it tre remainder cou'c
be thus reduced to cb di. nce to the Administration. Bui
lue number of p -rsous who approve these views and eec
timents is alwoiu-tly insignificant. Nine-tenths of th*
peopled Maryland are n it only anxious that this wti
should end, but in order to secure that result thi y ar<
ready to acknow ledge the independence of the Coded
crate States; and w>- hizird nothing in saying that the
vast majority of them e rotgiy sympatniie with thi
South, and will insist that this State ahali share tl.e for
tunes of that section as soon as they are satisfied tha’.thi
Dnio is hopelessly dissolved. The “Union party” hen
has not, as is erroneously suppos'd, been twhtioj
:or the Government. The great mass of these who com
p ate it have asserted nothing in the late caiivrt
which is iuoois stent wi'h a determination to ideutih
themselves with the South, if the disruption of the oh
Confederacy is an inevitable event. They are merely i
the position ol men who aro unwilling to real xe a pain
tul fact, »ho h'-sitate to prepare ter an unwelcome
though irremediable change. They cannot bring them
selves to the beliel that the Union is dtsiroyed ; the;
cannot forego the hope of its reconstruction on it
former bids They and their opponents merrly dill'.*
about the practicability of r< storing harmonious rela
tions be'ween the people of the dis-evrred secions, am
of preaervi g in their intr grity the old poli-ical connex
ions between the States. They have no sympathy will
the mn.ive* which prompt the North to carry on thi
cures'. They have no feeling in commou with, th
anti*s:avery faction, and they have no dirpositio
o en’er upon a struggle for the maintenance e
he comnurcial or political supremacy ol the North
ern States. They are only clinging de perately t
lopes which every one of their fellow-citizen
also cherished a little wh le ago, but wh ch a larg
proportion of the people of tho State have been r.
luctantly compelled to abandon. But when they d
come to the conclusion that a reconciliation between th
North and 8ou h is hopeless-that inexorable fate ha
decreed the dist uption of this Republic—then the bu!
of the “Union party" will, we are satisfied, declare f<
the South. There will b« upon that point, whenever
ehatl come fairlv before us, an unparalleled unanimity i
sentiment in Maryland. At what moment the “Unic
partv" will recognize the nee- sei y of accepting and se
tling that is<ue, is, in our judgment, solely a qtics’ion
time. That they must meet it sooner or later we conn
doubt, and we are equally sure bow they will dstarmli
(t, Ihsy, thwofore, greitlj »Uuko M*»jU»d who iu
p>»» tan’ the .ale vote It In .1 at.ve of a di po-finn O'l
me part of her people to al y il.im utij wiJi ,!ie ,W.ii
upon tfc final diiwoluiioa of the Uuion.
Tiia Orand Army *t Cairo—This KvrvT.— Opr latrrt
account* from Cauip Deflai ce are to th« eflec-. :hit a
grand ainiy—of mcwquitoe*—ia m*r that grr«t fiaiigio
point, ard that thi* uavrnpulou* en>my * p-cd erg a ^
good deal of troohle among the vo unterr*. Thc*w ,n
rec'A(from their* they are cared Li da ar f air ) are
jutl no* more annoying than l>en<-ral I’.How, Ih n Mc
Culloch, or He*'.regard, arid tho ti'>0(« * md i: trare
fear of 'be blood-pumps of thc-e VOtRciOOR pta a t! an ail
the r.flcd cannon lu *<vee**iondo»n. 7 .•_> i .• j »»;r
a1, the C’-ii.agi Tribune, recommend* the *cnd;ng down
of a few to.* of nitirq mo hum to rerve a* dcfenc *, and
in the tame connection he* lb* following:
“Every compir.y rhould be provided with good buck*
■kin glove* to protect the hand* of the ar.ldler* from tho
murqu toes aii 1 • at*n ling guard. They would off rd a
inuc.o needed pron e ion."
The editrr of the Trbune evidently ha* nero- hr n In
Cairo in rummer time. The idea o t cod b n • kiu
govr* foMni gary protection »gai‘«t the r ■ ■‘i|M,oct
tt e e i* proponteroua. Sheet-iron glov'* rr - t' only
kind th-u h.v- cur been tr id. whit 1It CUVt |y i .. -.<■
tho ai imtl from biting throng1’. Hmktkin :.t net auong
enougu n.ateti I.—Lmierdlt f‘ hi rr, 1 A.
Faiiirvk—Tli’ Horton flw’et.n civr* tl * f»-co«ir*
rtati'iic- from itw report* lelniv- to fa., ne Mi l m pH -
riot *, for the three w>ck* thd.cg J-.m 1, ltd I, in t! e
lolhwing cit'c*:
V w York, three wecLa. ending Jin- l,‘'r*ytwo.
B i'-tor, three weik-, ending June 1. liKy-tiro.
Phi adelpbia, thr<e wetka, t- un e J m 1, thir'j-two.
<ii n'una'i, three wet kj, endir g Join I, un.
St. I, mi*, three we> k-, endit g J i •• I -cventet n.
ASHY JOilNS'J.VS MoVfcliKNTS.
I.rxiM.T.oN, Kr , Juno I*.1—Andrew Jo ,m-oi arriv'd
hero to-day en runU for Washington. He tj" kc Lite
three i o >r* tor rubrnmi •‘■ion.
|<MtKtff HI TT. K.
1* FS Un* <cp'rlor Fmh Batter
i b i i lie r km*
Juit reeelvil 'r a Aa-on* 'nnnty, by C r TV ? ! • y,
t*M Uu> Fevcri Bio* FotaUio, Dir* and fraaa f r p. i H
ing
Family, Kxtra, and tttip'Tflr* FI n
Wuo .t bo. 1 berth Carclint ft "‘net
in: j, J H •• •
mylS—U.t) Cur. Gov ami fm bill *•-• **
J> \ B1 'i tr t.l FSrVBK « f.AII » M <
3 .piait and p nt I. 0 «i, of retUr ti r i|idln-, »: U -.t wry
mode * * priori for »al*- by
r-v* — or m AIR • C1IAWBFRI AWt
\’ .. . . n ■ I*.
tan IOIIN % fiOKIklM a AON
/ XOPt't’.ii - * 1 lag* l.a/ujra C> C e
TSpo-ket- Java no
ur-en *nu u.ark Ti»*
(i.arrr Pepper and ai!>p'c*
fn itorrand for ia!« by
J'«__ AI.VfeY 1 I.fPPC'.MB.
tal'iVtli* ’* < M»*» NMI I.Aii. UHd l.i brie ti'IC
U’ *•!•, jail rci ,lrel a..a for *»! ty J r I, it
Jl# _ Ml. ••'»«*.
CA1 PllltbV lllll'tl It i 11 ; . rm \
.I'M I II lilt it I MtL .'I . 1 A \ l i .It I v» i. I,
• be ■ '!.(■•,’ ■! I I. i II • fl IIIM*.
- ft. all s r»« a- *1 Ii . of h» I* | j • ,
»■ m km in t s >i •. i .i1 i • • > • i . •
»«• t we rie.u -t. <1 to cal! at "r > n ..i - t. r - -r l
.Muia a re-’, ur t a 'V -i-I
ML it i,
Jrll-dtoi rro-rrf Pros! and H.h fr. •«
'J l \ i't. t r, •' .
I uki, vi a
If Cliar .'al |M.y 14
IX co 10 hr 14
IOC *r 10 1., *
)C Charco - y 12
IX - Id by 1 i
IXX " 12 by 11
I a X “ 14 by i1
J :is K c.v>jn>\"j g ■ i t,
nvot
II AH t*, 141 i I-B •
I l tlca. I • . p -i In 11, v t’uo •• t > ''.r, ft
' 1ST * J HNbTO.t'B H
Bo'V an) Fta k»r.e-y Ph re. 145 Main ."L mtm
X. B Order* Irt.m the cuwn* jr rou-'. t e ac n., » 1 - '
rarney. ru JR
u Ii a* ft I W IXTKO. Lea • Hi ha ..f i Wine
IT and ft tel ft neat, of all grades, fr q common tu g 1 . ..
Reoelrm trl.l please alrr us a call
h it eOMRpviM,} ( i’ii.. ;.t. i ,
1! . If. 1 bla Bull Hatter, for »*!e by
I lVS' 1JA‘
sp/6 Cor. Va a.d Ca-v Mu ■ t*.
CUU.ltfUlt ClttAKI,
4 Just reael red and for aale hy YANClYAlt.s .
rr.'. I •
/ uiVHHMiti’:' noi • r »i .tun. “< ■
* T
per for »*,- heap, or exchange for an artlUry ftr-;' »a <1
jj hell. Apgiy to 4. P. 1 t't ' 1-.
r... f ur,' r 1. in and M ilntl • ..
SHEET 1BON.ft n B
aytR
Cl A ARBI WINES.—ibO < .M , UBE
i an 1 f- r aale by
8ELDIX !» mu Eft,
my Is Pr.r. pt, a.,I Carr.
C IT \ EH !>?’ <«£ I .TO.
r«vn:
J at t.rx r* p rl of an »na y» a ma le h» p.i.fetuJ,
Rep rt:—Hi' ssap.e cf Guano rent me, epon ai:a!;.»lt, **•
f and t" ip ’sin :
Inr.-gan > M.tter • <4
Vie i*. L'tt.t .i ac I loadable labatatee,
I lie* 1 uii and Alumina. Oil
Pnw photic acid con.bleed with L'me and Wag
n -alx, 24 s2
Organic Matter. 1179
C-paule cf producing An-rucnla, 67
Water 44 debt ere, 54 f 7
lO'bJ
The Ph-tephoHr Arid a. quoted above, combined w-ilh I'm- add
m-gni-ita !i eq i I to 64, !?'■* per crnl °f n* Pb"* I’MI. • f? m-.
feigned, O. A. LMi IJ, 1% Jlr.
W-t hftve, with the above flokno. 90 p r rent of H e 1 * 1' art
ar. Gu*uo and be cgdrel'rus of loir' dm lug It acntg'he PaT.
era. offer It for a. e, in aii.a.l lots at * Id p . i n
«M. lit!VST * f0.
JeT lBth Hreet. near Care
/XLK.1K V. • r , R
L, WATER PThTEreft,
WATER PITTt”tS
We bare a few w-.ter PUtora on hand, c: mr • t» -oarufai lurcg
cf it ■ ' • ry brat i(jality. b
apll Crrorr 12th and Cary fetreeta.
I If HP PL.XSTKH.—Pf-rtaiolo lout mil pu- ' ei • by
J mTr K R. ftoMftKVIi.I.ie A 00
POT At «)fcS.-10 fcua'.ti* Ir'-h pot .«• <a.f r aale
WM. II l’I-EAB < NTit.
I.tBA « UKkSY—4bh-; I K.ut'er* f r.detv
l1 ir.V..
Nr XV TI1LITXKY WlIBKI.
J >V RAa.tfl PH, 1*1 Ma'aFt-aet,
Ha« *0- ai!“, Dav'i’TToupe ’# Var.u ,1 f i.ii
Wtll'am't Mlllte-y T *t beck 7-V
Bue.nr lia'i tc enee oi W ar, or Tactics for rfflewrarf rnfanfry.
Cavalry, and Arilliety Tfc
Hu khnita'a Infantry Camp Duty, Held Pirt!"cst't n and C- nat
OefePee BOil
HrCli-llan'i ReguUtlona and Inatructlon t r Cavalry la Use o|
War 45
Hot,UN A< NT 1*1 KL.-NtfM* * i i • > 1
A MORRld, »T Main « r «t
The Fable (Toad—a Fou’he-n tale with Northern retrtn ,ti By
the author .f ••T e Footbsl e View n* Ki*~— * "c
Au1 kloorephv Lett*.* and 1! >;w; ni'«:rl o' * :-s I’ -?.!
(TVralc)— Edit d with cote, and »n in!iud»e'o*y account of her
life and w-ltlree hy A. taarw«rd, E-q 11.50.
Vo. 5th Macaulay’] England, *vo FI 95
Th* Crow-d P»lh, or, raetll. A ftory of me a era IIV Tty V.n*.u
Co!H-aa, author of‘‘Tie Woman In white 11 ( ' oh fl V6 *
<1.00,spin
ritEAS IOO PACKAtifcr.O. P. Itap.-ri I • I ■
I X my2h »» WsihAOt. ho
>rnUAGF PKPPMK, Pimento ar ) trtnrer, • r e f ly
r)U rnyvo WH. WALLACE BOMt.
\rm .|M V UOUli; KMVIF. Wtctt-r for rsl«A
i|j»ntily if IM* fonnla»t2e weapon, strictly tf hot c mar.u
I factor*, at wholesale an 1 ret-i*.
m)*l BMITII, RHOnRA A 00._
RICHVIOMt I t'N AHD SlREli H OUKSI.
Itai t. ti Hr I-cr, s|l <T ».
li«J buudle. K Kn t*— rd* and -qi, do.
loo .0 half rl»—10‘ bundle* ova s.
loo 'll P.gty Ft .Tiers—H» e Iioa.
Be -o*d F 0 • Nie , r.| lie*
H-r d, H op, Brr»'l std Te.pt el Iron.
I’u- oi.ed M o he-s a N.
P inched ! uc.eU f t Cotton Rsl-s.
For sale near .be Pa . rthttry br'-’g*.
It 15—*m__ JA«FB Ht’NTT«._
iWtilLV PLdJl/'H, In bsrrels and bugs, of ‘ • and loon*.
e«. b, just received and urs-1 by
1 nyW_HPWTA JAMES.
G! ,\ SHOT \tO0NnN.-Tarf <■>•' 7
ktallng preparation for g.n-shotw. uui< lu t.• wo id Man*
> ufac'.u-ed only by I*1"'*- * ^tt. I ru .
m- » It e» CM0. Va.
BOUKi.NA HAITF***98.—Jw*» rrcelsad.direot from Eo* , « * Ink
of.uperior Bob ,gne Reus-yea, for •« r by b Ct.< Z,
%p(l * No ■, tCTtb-ne* Hloek.
I I*’1LOLK.-In0 bbl« Rlvanna Fi'perfln* floor,
r lift do do Extra ao
1 100 do Oltf Mills Fupcr. do
ion do do Extra do
> JN) do ai-xena do do
flo do Fine do
ReeelveJ and for sale by _[mUT] HrUT A JA
w \ liiaist,—A luppij of best qodt.ty I nd;»o, Ju*t r re* red M d
I |r r sale by W. FKf tKi O.* A CO , i‘r*i,.gi ta,
I jet 1R Mai f.
i Tll'CKOirKTLKT , for fnvnlrjr or Ari l ry
f> s-rrwfc •.—Just received a lot of v re mpe i , 14
• mtde Buck Gauntlet*. WaIKIKFA 11 KLFN,
! j,j 159 Mai air et.
’ 1; HE IiH V C ft III A I*-A moft dell-lout beve'Vfe, suit*
9 O bl* for hot weather, u.aJe lo Germany. Pur ta « b»
! 0 CHAV*
I rry 20 Ko 9 Ex barge M eek.
* MANILLA KOME.-In store and for eel*, a a re Meek
y lTl a*, tied J», *, *. 1, 1 *,» ¥. “ J* ’**'
3 auielar, by i r. XU) rtillil, 1--1J ► * L _ .
e VOTKIF.-I’a urther notice, we shall sell our Ooods only
0 mvVC,‘h,CrlU U>‘e,,L_U»H paicg A c*_
* Ha w Style Army Camp Htd»lrud.
* T AM now making a Urge supply of the sb re a U 2-.
k 1 be used either «• a bed . r sea* andlein be 11 ed In 1such^a
r *ma'l commas, t st It can be eesir c*^'f “d*rt’b'
r c r* of ihe %*ra? uni Mhert are retpcctfo!** to rail ao4
It examl-e them. \ also bare on band a DUleb"(.0 ,Ui01*
if and Cot*. 0nTe^or between Mala and Fr.nklln, and
11 my 16 I’-th st . between Mali and #rankl:n, ' p < *P f'lr_
^TbOXENPARAPINE VAXCANDLtS-iMW
i 25 S. >...«» u«e.. -‘•'•‘V*
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