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VOL. 2—NO 268
the daily dispatch
Tas.A. COWARDIN. Proprietor.
ca-'H terms of advertising.
1 M«are 1 insertion SO 50 | 1 square, 1 month *4 00
\Tio iinsertions 075 1 do 3 months 700
{ T n 3 do 100 1 do » do 10 00
* do 1 1 75 1 1 do • do 16 00
} i 0 9 weeks % 751 1 do 1 year 30 00
1 communieattoaaara charged at the tame
fas« ** sdvertistmente.
>*• fn tries or less nail a squxtrt; longer ad
farusemeus exMet proportion, and payable in ad
**r3r Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice
a iwk. cr three times a »«k. will be «harged SO
«anw tor st e hr,t insertion, and 37| cents tor each
aoctinuan ce.
rjr Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Ru
«ar?notico» 2T> centa; Deatha, without obituary or
f«n<ral invitation, 12i centa.
The " Daily Dispatch" ia served to aubacribera
at gtx*nda quarter cent* per week, payable to the
aarrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year is ad
thk weekly dispatch
U published every Friday morning, and mailed
far oyt doll ah a vkab. To Clubs, for $5 six co
pies; fur SlO thirteen copies; for $15 twenty oo
pies; for 820 twenty-seven copiea.
r".'l ui i,"" PklNHS—Fare 810.
Leave Richmond at 6i AM, arrive at Staunton
same ii<y :■>' PM.
I.fave S:nu:.ton at 7J A M, to Bath Alum by night.
Leave B»tu Alum at davligkt and arrive at White
Su:pfcur &'• i2&il past 3 PM.
Leave White Suiphur at 7 A M and to Bath Alum
by night
Leave Bath Alum by daylight, and to Cocke's by
Leave Cocke's at 5 A M and to Richmond by 2
P M.
Fare to Staunton ...8 5 00
<1j Bath Alum or Warm............... 825
do Hot Sulphur.. 85C
do White 5u1phur.................... 10 00
do Lexington ...................... 700
do Rccabridge Alum 850
jy 23 WM. FARISH A CO.
CIEDAR TAK. —'i'ne muit suectsslui remuuy
/ now in use lor the cure of Consumption, Bron
chitis, Cousin, Colds, Asthma, Dyspepsiv, Piles,
Kings' Evil, Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver, &c.
Opinions of the Medical Faculty.
Baltimobe, March 17, 1851.
Mrs. B B. H'orris—Dear Madam: It gives me
grean pleasure in recommending to public favor
your valuable medicine, (Cedar Tar) as an excel
lent preventive or curative in the first stages of
bronchial affections, or diseases of the lungs, and
a.j'i as a very valuable tonic. Yours, very respect
fully, T. H. WRIGHT. M. D.
I subscribe, with pleasure and iuH confidence, to
the good effects of the Cedar Tar, as prepared and
soi«l by Airs Norm, in many cases of disease, hav
inz urescribed it lrequently, and always with good
ejects. A. RICH, M. D.
March 2f, 1851.
Mrs. B. B Norrie—Madam : It gives me pleas
ure to recommend to the favorable notice of the
public your valuable medicine, (Cedar Tar) in brttu
chial affections afid diseases ot the lungs.
Baltimore, Varch 27, 1351.
The Ceiar Tar is daily gaining popularity in this
community, and some of our own physicians are
recommending it to their patients-
We are permitted to refer to the following per
sons, citizens of Richmond and vicinity, out ot a
large number, (who, from motives of delicacy, pre
fer that the.r names should not be made public,)
wno harp received great benefit from the use of the
Ta." Va* I ' iiiaj' DoatUl, U. Meseke, Jas. K.
Moore, Jno B. Dodd, Chariottesvilie, Va.
Cail and see certificates.
Beware of counterfeits. The genuine arti
cle is for sa'ie hy
P. HORTON REACH, 91 Main street,
Sole Agent for Richmond, and
aa 4 General Aneiv.X. for Eastern Virginia.
MJ A.UES COJLLINS would respectfully
citil attention to bis Fnll Style of HATS.
They are unique, well adapted tor the season, and
essential to a gentleman'* costume. No pains has
been spared t> sustain the high reputation which
aiy Hats have attained throughout the country.
Cephalonietron.—lt i* considered one of the
greatest and most useful inventions of the age; it
would be impossible by the minutest description
to give a correct idea of its utility. Hats made by
it will fit tne most difficult heads, conformirgto
«ny protuberance aud depression of the cranium:
thua preventing the unpleasant feeling of a new
Hat, and painlul headache. No one can properly
its advantages, without having one of
my superior Hats.
Please call and ses me, and examine for your
6e!vee. 1- COLLINS,
No 45 Main street, Practical Hatter.
rnut: .«■>( :uscuibek uavinu oe-
A CLINEJ BUSINESS on his own account, re
turns his siucere acknowledgements to his friends
and the puviic tor the very liberal patronage ex
tended to him, and begs a continuance in his new
H" has arranged with Messrs. C. HARTWELL
i CO., where he will bo able Jo aJlo* iis all am
tomers a choice selection of every thing in the
DRY GOODS line, and will be able to sell them on
the same liberal terms which he has offered in his
old business, and which have proved so generally
Hislrieilds are invited to call and see him. Ilis
old customers will find him from this date at Messrs
HARTWELL <fc CO., and he begs them io call as
soon ><s possible and adjust their accounts. It is
very important to him to wind up his old business
at me earliest date.
au 16—ts J. G. CHENERY.r:
piace to gftSne Sky-light Pictures taken for g I.—
We would invite all to call soon, as we shall not
take low pictures but a few weeks.
We have made arrangements to take pictures of
sick or deceased persons at their residences Our
prices are from Si to 810. OSBORN'S,
Opposite the Banks, sign of the American Flags.
jy 13
-IV ing engaged the skilful mechanic, 'I'. RAY
MOND, I now prepared to make Gold Pens to
any pattern oi size, and to suit any haud; also, can
re point old Gold Pens, and make them equal to
new, if not, no charge will be made, at
Manufacturer and Importer, 96 Main street.
Next to J. N. Gordon's.
N. B.—Speetaclea made to order, and glasses
fitted to suit any sight in ten minutes; also, the
Fountain Pen repaired and made to order, wu 9
T W. a. & G DONNaN, Rlchmooo, Va., are
receiving by ships Fidelia aud Yorkshire, and
steamer Arctic their fall importation of Birming
ham aud Sheffield Hardware, Cutlery, and
<xuna, and from the manufacturers in this count y
•an extensive assortment ot AMERICAN GOODS,
all of which t.iey have purchased for cash at the
very lowest prices. Among our stock is t be t und
a very and varied assortment of Table Knives
and forks. Pea and Pocket Knives, Razors, Scis
sors and Shea's, straight and tine twisted link Brace
Chains, pad. < best, closet, till, stock, rim and mor
tice Locks, bra»s, white and mineral Knobs, Ames,
Rowlands, and other makes ot Shovels and Spades,
Hay aud Manure Fork*. Curry ' ombs, Hatchets
aud Uamtner*, Axes of Virgiuia. Collins, Simmons,
and other mcuufacture, Coal Hods, Fenders, Steel
Fili-s and Rasps, Double and Single Guns, toe*ther
with every ces.ription of Carpenters' and Black
smites' Tools, aud other articles kept in the Hard
ware Uine.
We respectfully Invite merchants and others
visiting Richmond to an examination of oar go ,ds
and prices, assuring them of our ability aad deter
mination to tow, aad that every effort will be
made to cite entire satisfaction.
W. 8- * a. DONNAN,
au 30 No 19, Pearl street.
kegs Brigf's Family
LAUD, fur sale bj
an 23 ft. M. BURTON.
AS FOR KENT, the Dwelling over the sub
mf'A scriher'a store, containing »ix rooms, porch,
Etcnen, *c, suitable for a boarding bouae or large
family. Possession given in October next.
Corner above market house, Main street.
sa 2—l2t
nement, corner of Marshall and Madison sts.,
now occupied by Doctor Walthall, ia for rent, and
immediate possession may be bad. ft has two ex
cellent basement rooms, two rooms on the first
floor, and two on the second, and has, in addition,
two large at d convenient closets. The lot U exten
sive, and has on it a wood house and a well, which
artords a large supply of the best water in Rich
mond. Rent tioO. TOLER A COOK,
au 20 (ieneral A tents.
MFUR RENT—i'tae upper part of the
bouse occupied by Mr David B. Franklin, on
d street It has five good rooms and two
closets, and in the yard are a good kitchen and a
hydrant. The premises have lately been repaired
throughout, ana may betaken in possession imme
diately, at a very low rent, say #150.
aa 5 General Agents.
MFUH Kt.M'—That most desirable Store
on Main street, next below Col Titus C Rice's,
tor some time past occupied by Messrs. Drake &
Lorrison, dealers in Carriages. This is considered
one of the beßt stands on Miin street for a large
Grocery, Dry Goods or Clothing business. The
house is large, and would be found convenient in
almost any line of business, being situated in the
best business part of the city, about equi distant
irom two of the railroad depots. Possession may
be had in a few days. Kent 8700 per annum.
au 5 General Agents.
MFOU R ENT.—A neat wooden Tenement,
near Mr Glenn's brick yard, West of Brook
Avenue. I( has three Rooms, and attached is a
Garden containing many Vegetables. Rent. 86 25
per month. TOLER A COOK,
au 18 General Agents.
®FOK KENT—Those two large brick
Tenements situated on Cary street, 2nd and
Jrd Irom the corner of 17th, now occupied by Mr.
George D. Harwood as a Tobacco Factory. Pos
session given Ist January. For terms, apply to
au 9 Druggists, No. 125 Main street
BEIIR KENT, two newly built three-story
Houses, with ,ras pipes throughout—on Main
street, between 2nd and 3rd streets. Apply to
my 26—ts W. GODDIN.
Mt'Oit ttKMT—Alaige Irom Room over
our store, on first floor.
»u 5 No 102, Main street.
MFuK itK.Vr—A lodging ROOM over my
store, 87 Main street
MM NOTICE.—The suDscnoer takes g]|
JH this method of informing his friends and
the public generally, that he is now receiv
iug direct troin the manufacturers, and will,
by the 15th day ot September, nave opened and
ready for sale, an entire fresh stock of Boots,
£hoea, Trunks and Carpet Bngs, embracing
all the different kinds necessary for a genteel retail
store. This will not interfere with the Hat and Cap
department of my business, as I have engaged a
gentleman of experience to manage the Shoe and
Boot branch; and in the Hat and Cap department,
I pledge my personal attention and the aid of com
petent assistants. Particulars hereafter.
au 25 87 Main street.
J That 1 have now on hand, the §
largest and be6t assortment of
Doolh and Shoes, of good quality, ever
ottered in this city; selected by myself ex
presaly tor retail, both ot my own manufacture and
the best Philadelphia make. Among my assort
ment can be found something extra, to which 1
would most respectfully call the attention cf all in
want, as they will be sold low, by
Manufacturer and dealer in Boots, Shoes,
Trunks, Carpet Bags. Valices,&,c,
Be 2 No 127 Main street. Richmono, Va.
tor The subscriber has just received a large
Bassortment ot Ladies' Gaiter Boots, both
thick and thin soles, at 81 oO a pair. They
are something extra, tor the price ; for sale
se2 No 127 Main street. Richmond, Va.
The subscriber has on hand a stock ot Hro
gnns, of his own manufacture; they are made
very heavy and strong, both bl«ck and russett,
bound and unbound, suitable for Plantations and
Railroad purposes, to which I would most rpspect
fullv cill the attention of all in want, as they will be
sold as low as at any other house in the city.
Be 2 No 127 Main street, Richmond. Va.
£5--— [SILK AMU STttAW iHIL- gva
BijgE*JLINERY.— Having a very good
sortment of S'lk and Straw Bonnets,
Flowers, Ribbons, 4c, and being de-«"*"*~
sirous of reducing the stock considerably before
going North, I will sell all now on hand at a great
reduction. MRS SWORDS'
au 3 Millinery Ware Room, •£& Broad street.
aßaMwishes to call the attention of
BHPtriends and the public, to the fact
***" that she has taken the lower Tene
ment of the MANSION HOUSE, No 33* Main
street—Mrs Phillips' old stand.
au 10—dim
UTKAW WttOtUiilT VElL.S.—straw
O Wrought Lace Veils, a new and very pretty ar
Black and white Lace Veils
Lace Capes, Collars and Sleeves
Organdies, Lawns, Bareges, Tissues
And other varieties of Dress Goods, will be sold
at great reduction in price. For bargains, call at 99
Main street.
r\i OTACE. —The subsc.ibers nave formed a co
ll partnership under the style of CiUARLES 4
BROOKE, and will contiuue the Hat and Shoe
Bualuess at the old stand of the senior partner.
CIUARL.ES & bKUUHK, dealer* in Boots,
Shoe*, Hh'b, Caps, Bonnets. Trunks, <kc, Ac. No.
Pearl street, Richmond, Va, are now receiving
a full assortment of goods suitable for the fall
trade, to which they would call the attention ol
country merchants, farmers, and the public gene
ra.ly. Their stock is large, and comprises one of
th» most complete assorim»Lts to be found in any
bouse; aud being desirous of selling on the moat
accommodating terms, they think that they can en
sure satisfaction M their customers.
They are largely engaged in the manufacture of
Shoes, which wUI enable them to furnish a superior
article and in most cases to regulate the size* to
suit purchasers. Believing that a good article is
always cheapest, they will at all times endeavor to
furnish such goods as will prove astUfactory to the
customer. Purchasers are respectlully invited to
call. au 31—dim
The subscriber solicits the attenUon of 1 obae -
co Manufacturers hi' superior Presses Mid Mills,
of every deacriptioo. f , '
Eagle Foundry, Cary below Pearl street.
■a 21—6-a
HERttlNttS! HKRRINUSI—iio hail obis
Family Koe Herrings
50 bbts No I Halifax Herrings
50 do No 2 do do ,
]o ctore tod furaiie low by A. S» LEE.
au 10 —*• _ _
7Slosin« out summer stock—
* j At Use teuoz hat far advanced, we propose
selling the remainder of our Stunmtr Stock at coat
for caafa, and would invite the attention of all who
wish to purchase cheap, to some of the most choice
coeds of tue season, which we have yet on hand.
Clothini Emporium, corner Main and 14th sta.
morning. September 7, 185$.
RV.-The subscriber invito the
the uade to hia new and extenaive Fall Block of
HA r8 and CAPS, which comprises all tba mimn
grades, styles, colors and quatMee of Geatlemeat',
Boys' and Children*' Hats and Capanow in uae.
Merchants of Virginia, North Carolina and Ten
nessee are particularly requested to examine before
going further North, tin aim oat infinite variety of
gooes now ready for their inspection at thia estab
lishment Those who have the disposition to pre
fer home manufactures and encourage home in
duatry, can do an with advantage by supplying
themselves and their customers with Richmond
made goods, which will be warranted as fine in
Duality and perfect it workmanship as can be pro
uced in any market in the world, while the priees
shall be reduced to the lowest and moateconomical
American standard. Those who may wish to pat
ronize the manufactures of other Stales can be fur
nisbed w th Northern and Eastern goods at the
manufacturers prices The stock consists of the
usual variety of fine fashionable Hats and Caps, of
old gentlemen's broad brims from the finest to the
lowest qualities; Servants' Hats and Caps of all
kinds, from one dollar per dozen un; Child™ n and
infants' Hata and Caps, Ladies' Riding Hats, all
Ihe various styles and qualities of aifi Hats, Tar
paulin,Wool and Glazed Hats, all the grades of
Caps, hair, seal, cloth, leather, plush, (cetton and
silk,) Fur Caps up to the very finest Otter and Be a
Ladies' Fura—Muffs, Tippets, Muffatees,
Cuffs, Victorinea, Foot Mutts, Miises' and Childrens"
Muffs, Victorines, &c, aa complete and well aasort
ed a stock of these geods as is usually kept ia the
most fashionable fancy Fur stores of New York.
au 31—2 m JOHN DOOLEY, 81 Main st
JOINER, would take this method of informing
his friends and the public generally, that htving lo
cated himself on the Corner M C ay and Bth
Htreets, he is prepared to execute in the neatest
and most substantial manner, all kinds of Carpen
ters' Work tb&t may be entrusted with him. He
ieels confident that from the long experience he
has had, that he can give entire satisfaction; and
flatters himself that his workmanship will equal
that of any of his profession, as regards durability
and finish. Orders for either town or country will
be promptly attended to at the earliest period,
se I—6t*
Wl GOODS—Just received per steamer Roan
|f[f oke and Virginia, from New Yoik and Phils
■ 11 '■ delphia, a large assortment of Cloths,
Cassiuieres, and Vcatings, which we will be
happy to makeup in the inubt fashionable style, in
short notice, and on reasonable terms.
We have on hand an extensive assortment of
Ready Made Clothing of our own manufac
ture; also, an assortment of Gloves, Suspenders,
Handkerchief., Shirts, Collars, Socks, Drawers, Sic,
&c, which we offer as low, if not lower, than they
can be purchased elsewhere in this city.
A call from our friends and customers is desired
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers,
f e I—6t No 110 Main street.
jrl TAILOR, opposite Exchange, 14th ST.,
llin Richmond, Va., is receiving his Fall and
Winter supply of Goods, to which he would
most respectfully call the attention of his custo
mers and the public generally. In addition to his
usual stock he intends keeping an assortment of
Gentlemen's F'ine Furnishing Goods, to which he
would invite the attention of all who want nice and
handsome (roods of the kind. se 2—dlmw4t
The subscriber having taken the store 290
Broad street, (formerly occupied by Royall ParrUh.)
has now in store and will keep constantly on hand
a well selected stock of Fnmlly (Groceries, to
gether with Horse Feed of every description,
which will be sold low lcr cash, or to punctual cus
tomers. He solicits a call from his old friends and
the public generally.
scriber is prepared to furnish WOOD, COKE
or COAL as cheap as can be bought iD town.
Yaid at Danville Depot—office on Pearl street,
opposite Albambra Hotel, and immediately under
Messrs Toler & Cook. All orders left Mr P. Wool
folk's Grocery, on Broad street, (formerly Elli»')
will be attended immediately.
Lump Coal $3 per load.
ly 23—3 m THOM\S FOSTER.
JL c frame School House, with a complete
set of desks ai.d other nccessary furniture. The
building is in one of tbe most central and eligible
locations in the city, and where a flourishing School
has been sustained. Apply to
au3 —dts W. GODDIN.
Ist October next, the subscriber will be
prepared to receive a limned number of Gentlemen
as BOARDERS, who may desire to practice the
French language. This is tbe first opportunity that
was ever ottered in Richmond, for the object above
stated, as all the members of the lamily speak
French. Persons desiring to cultivate the SPANISH
and ITALIAN languages, will likewise find an op
portunity of so doing, as Messrs J. Michard and H.
B Michard have been for the six last years, and
are still employed as teachers of these languages in
some of the principal Acadmiies of this city.
se I—l m Main street, between Bth and 9th.
(JOJIiHOM JiXl'llJiSSlON.—They are
certainly the most life-like Daguerreotype*
we have ever seen—so say persons almost daily, on
visiting our rooms. We endeavor to make them
appear natural and life like, in position, expression,
and finish, and how far we succeed, we leave the
public to decide; and we are pleased to say that
many decide in our favor, daily We invite all
who may wish Daguerreotypes, and the public in
general, to call and examine our Pictures, our se
lection of Cases, Frames, Lockets, Pins, and prices,
and alter such examination you think you can be
better suited elsewhere, we will think just as much
of you as if you had patronized us. Unless we
merit your patronage we do not wish it.
Daguerreoiypists and dealers in Stock,
354 Main si, (Mansion House) Richmond, and
Sycamore st, Petersburg, Va. jy 31
By express we have received a new loi of
Crape Shawls of this fall's importation, consisting
of Plain and Embroidered ones, from S to 25 dollars
apiece. We are enabled to sell the same for ccn
siderable less than the usual prices, therefore those
wishing to purchase will please give us a call.
Also, several pieces of the same dark grounded
Merrimack Prints at sixpence worth ninepence.
bhirtings. Sheetings, Tickings and Flannels, at less
than manufacturer's prices.
If you wish to save from 25 to 50 per cent by
buying your goods, then call at
au 10 193 R'oad st.
NOTICK.— All persons indebted to the late tirm
of PEAKE, BRADLEY ii CO, either by Bond
or open account, ere earnestly requested to come
forward and settle them, as no longer indulgence
will be given. Tbeseaccounts are of longstancing
and must be settled.
Alto, all persons indebted to us, whose accounts
are due, are requested to settle them speedily, for
we are determined to have them settled without
au 31—ts BRADLEY it BROTHER.
jSh*. FOR BRUlttbN —The well known
SjJHgind lavorite ship WESTPHALIA, Wessel,
uuicr, will load for the above port. Cash ad
vances made on consignments of stems and tobac
co by her, to address cf our friends, U. H. Meier £
Co., Bremen, tor freight, apply to
ttOH£,COAL, WUUII.-1 am prepared to
I supply consumers with Anthracite and Hltumi
nous Coal. Coke, and Wood, at current prices,and
solicit orders trom my friends and the pabuc.
au 4—3 m North side the Basin.
of the above bonds, endorsed by tbe Virginia
and Tenntssee Railroad, in bonds ot 91,000 and
t"i,UOO, iultre*! payable semiannually in Lynch
burs. For lurther information, eaß on
* C. W. PURCELL * CO., Bankers,
an 24 And Dealers in Kynhwe.
c , w . roraLllt|co .
Ex.ncTion.-The Preaiden.
UU nampaign haa now fairly opened. Politfelnaa
* mustering and drilling their
fjreea. Oratora are on the atump—the political
J* 4 wlttl «*Uyi«g calls, reaolutiona of
™ "nd praise of the candidatea, Ae-
Ac. The time for thebattlefa rapidly approach tog
Another mouth after the preaent wffl bring ua to
the field of Waterloo. Tueaday, the Sd of Moves
bar, ia the great day of trial. On that day Inobe"
dienoe to the present law of Coegre«, every State
ia the Union must choose her electors. Who will
be the conquerors—wlA> the victorioua party, time
must decide. The forces are pretty equally divi
ded, and beaded by officers selected by each wing of
the army for their valor, patriotiam and
Both partiea appear devoted to their reapective
leaJera, and both apeak confidently of gaining the
victory. We could not, if we would, give a well
founded conjecture aa to the result of the contest.
Politics have become a tangled web, which nothing
can so well unravel as an election. Nearly all the
States have become debatable ground, nicely ba
lanced between the two great parties. Principles
and "platforms" change almost dally—and the acale
of succesa is constantly alternating, first in favor of
one and then the other party. The shrewdest cal
aulatora are now puzzled in forete'ling results. In
their zeal, however, they areas usual, busy in figur
ing out the chancea. To aid them in thia task, we
give below some data which may be uaeful the
vote in the several States at the last Presidential
election. The States in italic voted for Gen. Tay
lor—those in Roman for Gen. Cass, aa will be seen
by the figures:
Taylor. Cass. Van Bnren.
Maine 35,279 4U.138 12,124
New Hampahire. 14.781 27,763 7,650
Vermont 23.122 10 948 13 837
Massachusetts... 61 300 35 398 38 263
Rhode Island.... 6.778 M,f4B 730
Connection..... 34,316 97,047 5,0<3
Acts York 818 551 114 192 120,519
tiew Jersey...... 40,009 36 880 849
Pennsyleania ... 188,113 172,661 11,800
Delaware 6,421 5.898 SO
Maryland....... 37,702 34 528 lis
Virginia 45 013 46 9
Forth Carolina.. 44,000 35,319 go
Mouth Carolina*
Georgia 47,544 44.732
Alabama 3'J,515 313 3 5
Mississippi 25,918 26.55<j
Louisiana 18,352 1a.34l 1
Arkansas 7,588 9,300
Missouri 32,671 40,077
Tennessee....... »>4 459 58 452
Kentucky ....... 66,988 49*54
Ohio 138,396 155,113 35,456
Indiana 70,159 74.C98 8 643
Illinois 53,215 56 6.9 15 6 4
Michigan 23,949 30.687 10,389
l«wa 10,557 121.51 1,126
Wiscoiuin 13,747 15,001 10,418
Florida 4,537 3 233
Texas 3,777 8 193 3
1,367,757 292,314
*Kor Cass by Legislature.
BLKCTOBAL VOTB 0» 1848 AND 1852.
Wo add the electoral rotes to which each State
was entitled in 1848, and the number to which each
are entitled at present, classify ir.g the States as they
Toted in 1848:
Taylor Staus. 1848. 1852 1 Cass Statet. 1648. 1852
Vermont 6 5 Moii.e 9 8
Massachusetts.. 1:2 13 New Hampshire 6 5
Rhode Island... 4 4 V.reini* 17 15
Connecticut 6 « South Carolina. 9 8
New York .....38 35 Alabama 9 9
New Jersey.... 7 7 Mississippi 6 7
Pennsylvania. ..36 27 Arkansas 3 4
Delaware 3 3 Missouri 7 9
Maryland 8 8 Ohio 23 23
N. Carolina ....11 10 Indiana 12 13
Georgia 10 10 Illinois 9 ji
Louisiana 6 6 Michigan 5 6
Tennessee 13 12 lowa 4 4
Kentucky 12 12 Wisconsin 4 5
Florida 3 3 Texas 4 4
163 161 | 127 131
In 1818, there were 290 electoral votes, making
146 necessary to a choice. At present, under th«
new apportionment, and with the addition of Cali
fornia and her 4 votes, there are 296 electoral votes,
making 149 necessary to a choice.
Our political friends have now the data for going
te work and solving the presidential enigma with
pencil and paper. The Democrats declare that they
intend to take New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland,
North Carclina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida )
from the Whigs at this election. And on the other
hand, the Whigs claim all these States, as well as
the others which they had in 1818, and declare that
they intenu to add to the list Ohio, ludiana, lowa,
and perhaps Virginia. Whatever may be the re.
suit—whichever party may be victorious and give
us a (-resident, we do not anticipate the ruin of the
country. No such serious result need be appre
hended from the election of either Gen. Scott or
Gen. Pierce to occupy the White House at Wash
ington for (he next four years. There is fortunate
ly no one-man power in this country. Here there
is a remedy if the King do wrong. The people and
their more immediate representatives possess ell
the supreme power. The framert of our Constitu
tion wisely provided too many checks and balances
upon the atveral departments of the Government,
to enable either to perpetrate much mischief—
These guards and the intelligence and patriotism
of the people have already carried our country
safely through many trials, and upon them we rely
for safety in future. We are aware that there Udo
small amount of ambition, corruption, demagogu.
ism, office-seeking, and aeluahness in the land, and
that with the age and growth of the country we
may anticipate its increase. But, we do not expect
to see the day when we shall 'despair of theEepub.
lie." We have no evidence that either Gen. Bcotl
or Gen. Pierce is deficient in patriotism. Both, we
are bound to believe, have at heart the interest and
wellare of their country; and whichever may sue
ceed in the approaching contest, we do not an lid
pate the happening of as many direiul calamities to
the country as some of our politicians are predict
log. Our country has flourished heretofore under
Whig and Democratic Prealdenta, and oar hopes
are strong that it will continae to prosper de»piie
cf Presidents of either party.
We are pleased to believe that thus for tbe politi
cal eampaijn has teen conducted with less exdte_
ment than has marked the several preceding eon.
tesU, and that leas asperity and more goud feeling
have been indulged between political opponents.
We are not amongst those who quarrel with osr
friends because they do not happen to agree
with us on political subjects; and we are surprised
at ibe folly of those who partus a different course-
Parties are e»cntial to the salvation ot the cosatry.
We should deprecate tbe day when they should
sense to exist. They secure s watchfulness, ad»a
cession of principles sod measures, expose eorrap
tion. eJcit the truth, and by infusing activity and
life into tbe body potttie, preserve U from corrup-
Uso and decay. Nor, would wa wish partiee toss
sqoaliy balaneed than they are et present. Efual
liy of strength exerts a most hsweHrtsl laflnenes.-
Uetrvasaea cheek politicians, demagogies,
tyrants, the corrupt, cfflce-holders, fce. A power-
ful party can act aa it pleoaaa. A minority ma, be
trampled into tbe duet, and there ia no
Notao, bowerer. under the preaaut division ofnw
tiea. Neither eaa "jUy fantastic tricks," and ex
pect to be auatained by the strength of p„ty. Let
either go wrong, or counter to the Intereata ot the
country, and the other aoon huria It ftou power.—
of party upon oarpnblieageata. Why, then, should
we quarrel and exhibit bad feelings and prejndicea
towarda each other, merely beeauae we happen te
occupy different aidea on political eutyocta t Amo
ment'a sober reflection muat convince every —
mind of the folly of such a conrae. There fa, it is
presumed, aa much patriotiam and honeety in the
one party aa in the other. Let the canvaaa, there
fore, be conducted with harmony, good feeling, and
brotherly lore, and all will be well. j
We take the following further particulars
of the flood at Mobile from the Tribune of Sa
turday :
The water subsided entirely on Thursday
night, and yesterday morning the day dawned
bright and cheerful, but looking upon a scene
of destruction which brought milmh | Q the
hearts of many of our citizens.
In the lower pan of the city all along the
margin of the river, including Water street,
the scene is singularly impressive. Every
wharf there is completely broken up, and tim
bers, old roots, boards and firewood fill up
the ways and render them totally impassable.
From Government street down to the extremi
ty of the city, this scene of devastation is most
marked. Houscb are in ruins; wbsnres com*
pletely removed from their superstructures or
broken into pieces; boats driven far up on
land; limbers which no force can hardly re
fliore to the river lying in the streets—every,
thing is a melancholy wreck, and a striking
evidence of the power of the wind and the an
gry element which was its instrument. \
The walls of Marston'a warehouse are bro
ken in and the building rendered untenantable.
The pilot boats Liberty and Clara, and the
schooner Elizabeth, are lying close up against
the warehouse?. The Elizabeth is of consid
erable size and lies where there is nut a parti
cle of water, right in the middle of the street.
The water boat Ray is sunk in the slisp near
the same place. The schooners Handy, and
a-.iother Elizabeth, and the Liura are just
above Hitchcock's press, high and dry on Wa
ter street. The pilot boat Margaret lies back
of Hitchcock's press on Water street, as dry
as the day she was launched.
The upper part of the city presents the same
general features. But there the loss is not so
obvious. All the floors of the large stores
were covered, and the damage is done to arti
cles of merchandise. The wharves there, as
below, are so broken and injured as to require
entirely new constructions. The losa by this
cause is estimated at $100,000
The damage to the railroad is much lesa
than was generully expected. It was thought
that the embankments in several places would
be entirely swept away. We are glad t« hear,
however, that such damage as was done may
be repaired within a week.
Apprehensions are entertained that the foun
dations of some of the stores, particularly those
in course of erection, are so much injured a* to
require reconstruction, hut this, we presume,
is imaginary. The chief general injury is in
the destruction of the wharves, and it is feared
that unless extraordinary efforts be made to
clear the streets, sickness will inevitably fol
low. The first object should be to effect this
purpose. The floors of the submerged stores
should alao be immediately raised and drained
and limed. With such precautions as these
we think there will be no danger.
Below Choctaw Point the whole coast is
swept clear of its drift wood—as clear as the
beach in the neighborhood of Pensacola. In
some places the bay road has been torn up and
made entirely impassable. Trees in that re
gion ofgiganth growth have been thrown
down, including magnolias, pines, china trees
and vast numbera of valuable fruit trees.
A most singular and almost indeed miracu
lous event, occurred below. Washington F.
and John L. Grant, sons of Capt. Grant, were
out on Tuesday night on a pile driving ma
chine lying at the Pass. The storm increased,
and they were carried out to sea. On Wed
nesday the wind and current changed, and
they were driven back to Biloxi. Thence they
were again carried out, and finally brought up
near Pascagoula. where they were rescued.—
They were on this perilous voyage thirty six
hours without food. We think they ought to
be üble to graduate as full educated naviga
tors. _
The Mobile Tribune says that half a million
of dollurs will be more than sufficient to
cover the whole damage in that city.
The Victim of a Dukl.—A young man be
longing to one of our most respectable Creole
families, Mr. Ernest Le Blanc, fell in a duel
yesterday, with Washington Baldwin. Mr. Le
Blanc was a young uian of twenty-four, and
leaves parents and numerous relatives to mourn
over the unfortunate occurrence which has taa
ken hire from than, its the prime of youtn.—
The cause of the difficulty, we are told, waa
an insignificant quarrel in a coffee-house. Tbe
parties fooght with double barrel shotguns,
and Le Blanc received the ball of his adversary
in his chest; the wound caused immediate
death. An inquest was held on tbe body yes
terday, and a verdict, iu accordance with the
facts waa rendered. The verdict of tbe coro*
ner's jury, we are assured, will lend to judi
cal proceedings.—New Orlcant Delia, Au
gust 31. ,
Other Ddiu>— a duel between
two young Creoles, on Saturday, in which the
two parties escaped unhurt, we have beard
mention made of another, which took place at
Biloli, between two Spaniards. They fought
with broad swords, and, if the report wt hear be
correct, one of the combatants, almost severed
the bead from the body ui his adversary •—!*>•
Schoolmaster Wanted.—A provincial pa
per i n France publishes the following certifi
cate : . , .
We, the undersigned, mayor of the commune
of J. ,certify that Mit-iiel , farmer and
profeaaorol the art of destroying noxious ani
mals, and an inhabitant of this village, did
avow and declare to ux that be had killed new
\h« edge of the woods a »'ie wolf whoae pews
he happened to meet. We immediately trans
ported ourselves to the said paws, accompa
nied by our colleague, who immediately recog
nised the beast as having been killed, not by a
shot, but byastick of wood. Having exam
ined particularly the a**x of the animal, wa
ascertained that the aaid «he wolf was % be
wolf, for which reason we did not extract from
its body its yoaog, nor M-cord the premium,
except for lite be wolf only, still accompanied
by our colleague, whose rare wo cot off to
annex to tbe present eertmcate.
A Gkhtlk Hirt.—■ "Ifour band annoys mo
exceedingly," stud the Prince of Lo Roche
suryon, to a talkative person who was silling
near bim at dinner, and who was constantly
suiting the action la the word.
"Indeed, my lord," replied the gabbler, M we
are oo crowded at tbe table, that i do not
keow where lo put my hud."
"Fat it iayour moetk," eaidthe Prinoe.
Dr. Murdoch McWair. mi r^t.
M taa., met his death lately - -
fo f. tlm P ar PO«w ofexaminiac a aia£
bole, leaninghia ran against a log, aad after
tbea attempted to drawlihe gun an
Sg °- of . *»» >»nmk weat
"• fM.Wpd the contents ia hia richt kruu
•ethng hia coat on fira. Ha MI tnmihis hana*
sxwisr h " ■t^£?Ks3i
ly^Aft^l^ru"P ,r * d inuMdiato.
V BK> * • in * ul « «nd
•adeat a hole Wh^f'
wain fnnn/i ,»."_ '***'• When hia remains
*7? 1 to*"***- p dT b VW&^JS
One of these fine aon :
"SP ~--STtaTSt
** fet7 of *2
taken low, aad all transhipment avoid.
fim Cabin 18, berthi and maris la.
do 3ad do $7, do do j n
o f<m * h 10 NeW York *** PhflsdriphlTw,
iP?f e i. M * y meal *
ittving about halt the expense in visiting this de
lightful bathing place. Apply to '
N *J* TK ' NS i ' A f ent, < fctehmood.
n B ~ T , be •h»l* returning, leave Phiiadetohla
every Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, A M. Jyl
Sulphur 6 ° Ter 3 411(1 * d * y * to the Whlto
Schedule far Comfort.
a l * i, y-« t 6iA M; and arrived
at Wh te Sulphur in a and a halt daya. Atriweek
ly line leave* Staunton for White Sulphur by Natu
ral Bridge, on Tuetday, Thursday and Saturday,
arriving at the White Sulphur in the fuTift time.
Schedule for Expedition.
7 hose who are willing to encounter some night
travel lor the sake of expedition, can procure extra
Stages at Stauntun, leave at 4 A M. and reach White
p M ,econ y lrom Richmond, at ,11 e'ciock
Between Richmond and White Sulphur Sprints,
passing the Warm and Hoi Spring!,,, *10 U0
Between Richmond and Lexington, 7 00
do do Staunton, 5 00
do do Charlottsivllle ° J 50
de do Lynchburg, 4 50
do do Culpeper C. House, 450
do do Fauquier Springs, 500
Through Tickets
Can be obtained to New York and Philadelphia,
by Steamships Roanoke, Vlrgi-ia and Philadelphia.
jy % E. H HILL, Superintendent.
A POINT, Ac.—The steamboat Augnsta, Capt.
War. C. Smith, having been refitted for the sum
mer travel, will resume her place upon the line
via. Port Walthall, on Wednesday, the 3d of June.
The Cars running in connexion with the Augusta
will leave the Richmond and Petersburg iJenot
on Monday, Wednesday and Fiidsy moraine at 6
o'clock. *
Returning, the AUGUBTA wil 1 leave Norfolk on
the alternate day*, via: Tuesday*. Thursdaysand
Saturdays, at« o'clock A. M. '
Ihe Augusta will touch at Old Point during the
Bathing season, going and returning, and all the
landings on the Hirer.
Fare to City P0int,................... fi 00
D«. to Cokes or, Grove Wharf,... 1 SO
Do. to Old Point, Norfolk and Portsmouth,..! 00
Children over 3 and not over 12 years of axe.
half price.
Servants to Old Point, Norfolk and Ports
mouth 1 so
To any point on the River not below the
Grove, 1 00
Meals, 50
Do. for children and servants, 33
ray 22 Superintendent.
Life and Adventures of Mervyn Clitheroe, by
Ainsworth— 50 cents
Mary Seaham, a Novel, by Mrs Grey, three Eng
lish volumes complete in one—so cents
Fair Rusamond, or the Queen's Victim, by Pierce
Eg&n.Esq—so cents
Aunt Phillis's Caoin, or Southern Life As It I*,
by Mrs Mary H Eastman, second supply—so cents
The Trapper's Bride, a Weitern Tale— 25 cents
Viola, or Adventures in the Far We t—23 cent*
The forest Rose, a Tale of the Frontier—96 cts
Prairie Flower, by Bennett—2J cents
Leni Leoti. sequel to the above—23 cents
The Pioneer's Daughter—23 cents
The Dal tons, or Three Roads in Life, by Charles
Lever—so cents
Homeward Bound, by Cooper, 2 vols—so cents
The Pilot, a Tale of the Sea, by Cooper, 2 vols—
Beidenmaaer, • Tale, by Cooper, 9 vols—so cts
The Rsd Rover, a Tale, by Cooper, 9 vols 50
The Sea-Lions, or the Lost Sealers, by Cooper,
2 vols—so cents
The Chainbearer, by Cooper, 2 vois—socents
The Red Skins, by Cooper, 2 vols—so cents
The Oak Openings, by Cooper, 9 vols—Bo cents
The Prairie,a Tale, by Cooper, 2 vols— 90 cents
The Crater, or Vulcan's Peak, by Cooper, 2. vols
—50 cents
Together with all of Cooper's Ncels complete,
2 vois at 25 cents per vol
For sale by G. M. WEST A BROTHER,
se a Under Exchange.
BOUK-4, htationmuy and fancy
Hli. late Drinker A Morris, Mo. 07 Mais street, in
vites the attention of the city and country trade to
his large and well selected stock of Law, Medic si,
Theological, School, Classical and Miscellaneous
Books, Blank Buoks, Stationery, Fancy Goods and
Musical Instruments, now on hand, and to which
he is daily making extensive artdjiteas to mm* the
want* of the fall trade.
The country merchants of Virginia, North Caro
lina and Tennessee are ass a red tost they will Had
his stock aa complete as anv la ton Northern mar
kets, and toe terms equally favorable.
A. Morris is Sole Agent for the sale of Worcester's
Piano Fortes la Virginia and North Csrokae, md
he particularly aakr toe attention of those |a want
to his fine toned and beautiful laetra—ata. ee 1
FA KM FOK HALR-Ms ha«a tor Mia,
about sin miles from toe eity, a Farm ol Itt
acres, lying oa a railroad ; 30 acres cleared, toe ba
lance in wood of original growth.
The improvements are a good dwelling house,
and ail out houses aa Pessary.
an 31 General Agents.
1 whitening a»d preserving tos Te«h sad healtog
reeomaaeaded by ■ g
I Old Niffcils
He Qajfca ;aiy >f
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