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* BY J. A. COWARDIin DAILY DISPATCH is •entd to nlneiflxn ,« fix »*0 A St'ARTrR CF.WTS rr.n wen. payabl* to g, e Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, &t a your in gdvanca. TV Wr.FKLY Dispatch Is Isroisi every Friday, enri mailed subscribers at $1 per aunuiii. FOR KtINT. UEN I'.— ILc . s I OKli recently ««•- «np >'d I t Mi'DonalJk Lyons, from tho present v> th ' Ist of April ue\U IV ring moderate, by enriy ' A VOTT k CO. KKN I.—l have (or rent u very <te . rt»bbrick iio««e on f lay n.rret, >« twec-n t-t M rot tuining tix roon s with the )>*«< . u> The boose ha* recently uuderjone a iho r-'Uih r«'P«tr» such *s palatine, w hlt<-wn»Un<. tc iv. KIIWD D KACfiO. < c fi't - rni Agent aud Collector. KLM .-I have t««r rent two Small T'-amieole in tiie town of Fultou, containing t>vc : :<»>• each ard a M'.chci:, all in food ic[air. ,V J f»ti bo had at once. Apply to EDVYD. I>. KACHO, j iu(lCoHv(for* I,\iß RKN I"—A neat little store, opposite r . Ii ■Ut Market House suitable for a Coufee -0 -s or Krait store. Po- *«am can be bad at m»ce A; - KIHV'D. I). KACHO. J Genets! Acnt and Collector. l/« n: HI N I.— 1 have tor lent, near the • i' r K r •, a small Brie* House, containing five «\. i 't '•* v.tctie.i. iuf * c«n hi* bad at o*ice *;p'vto KDW'D. D. KACHO, IV - >_ General Agent ted Collector. jVoii lUKK.— 1 liaM-i'or hiie for tie ha£ 1 pi tfc v. k-. a WOMAN, Wlio is mild to he a .. v. untie." ai.d Irooer—without incambraucc. s ft* LDVV'I). I) KACHO, 1 C'" r..Tui Agent aiid Collfcior. KK.\ i —The House on loth street, r.Tpully occupied by Mr. Oeo. J. Saniuer. Ap- R. M. BURTON. 1/ ■i: KE N T.—Tie Brick Tenement i"( I v . < upn?d by Mr. Jolin K Doagheiy, near U. - ■ t J oartfc aid Cuunl atr><eu. Rem $iw pti i- i. Apply to TOLEK t COOK, ' * Ajifuts. !/i )K Ki.NT, the store on Cary street, at pre** " occnp.ed by .... Blair. Poastamon given ;« Ja-iuar> urxt. Appiy to I l ' l JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. ii'l-..NT—Over iuv Store a LODG iNU ROOM. J SO. THOMPSON, * *1 No. 87 Main st KKA you SALE Oli KENT.— .1. rill- situated abontoue mi!e Wf. o! H - niur.nd, is f.ir falo privately—and it r.ot a.-d o', will be rent* d for the entiling year. The ■- • .onru.iji tw< .ity.ti;bt acres nt good land. end;> an 1 rabfy suited >■ r tiie purjK>sen of a MAJI OARDtN. dwilirg-hotise, (containingß rcM ;•!.) and oibcr. b\..UiU>gs are in goed repair, aud •«( I-ut uati inn the preii.infH Apply I; Mrs. E. i .TuSev. rorner of Franklin and >tb streets, or to Dr. \Y. Oi'ibon Carter, at ttia offioe, jon. l r of Marshall street aud Brooke Avenue, oc 17—if ("~VSTK I ( f 1 UN ON THE I'IANO . KOU'l E AND IN SINCINO —Mr. JOHN DCN- I-'EKi' VLE ri :» cttul!y announces to h.a friends mid tSm i übiic ?ei.'-i-lly, tlia: be is now prepared to re fc-jtiie iht duties of h:n profensiou as Teaener of the P.ano Eon*- said ot Sii'g.'i?. Any conjn.nmcatione ad ty. ii t.t Mr. l>. through Ih" Post Office, care of &!•-vfj. Hurro.'di, Murray, 177, Broad street, or left ■-t i".• -•- r ii.Hikelort, u i.i meet wiih piouipt atientionj UM" \"ALi Ai;i.i:"l I'.NEiMEA i i.N MARSHALL FLATF-, FOK SALK.~\Ve are %ivAiMrltn,a io ihe uiicidie t<*ufu*cut la Mttifihaii ¥>« ce. Tu.s property is eo known and ho highly ap nr- Ait' rh'i -i d'>cnr-tioa ie UL-eaicd nuuvc^'uny. ' GOiitlN i. APPERSOX, cicll—tfl Auctioucers. ♦JO.METMING NE\VDAGL EKIiEO -0 I HATS.—Wmist nearly nil descttptioun o* fi?ulit ts wearing apparel Lave undergone , iiia great meastu . maintained «*-.k v np.ti-ii shape Ami yet tvt:y iubo of taste is j :<»u : . t tijst that shape is muet defective. It r w u; .jit ot e>beit< riiig the bead iron: ram or re the rays of the su'i; ii in aoytinog cite than or:, v: tia and js a tr< .fblesouit* uriitit* to carry tuy wlicie tic- ill. ion the head. Now, whi'ut the an fit'i-.jivtd JrHLtkiy coulese's fhat !:»• f>?s no incovation io iu|» otr* upon the present fashion, b*) m-vertbe- I'x-m e occasion to say 'hat Le ha* uiade arpir.ge- Uib iie whereby he can aon aieater value to the mod tsru rtjnittry on.atiients. H<_» proposes to iutrt-due# 1 to inmds ajid customers the. DAGI KRKhO 1 VPK an arucie every wty tauitiess m manufacture mode, stnd posiesdiiig t, beautiful miniature iike ol ihe owner. Will h b t'ris ■r>d« and tb" pufcHc cail in iff? >' rcr r, tShu:S '■: Hill, and exaaotie specimens, lit-has iiK'-wlte in store, til entirely new and si lf;t stock <"f Kail and Wiuter li A T 6 and CAPS, wtiieh he is prepared to sell,either wholesale or re ma, tor a email cash profit. HATS made to order auci warranted to pUu£«. BICHARu MOORE, frc fi—lra No 187 Broad street. -po MAJsLiFACTUKE kS OF KAll^ I ROA i) CARS, IRON, will be r-r* ivt'd at the otiice of the "Jiourd et ft'bile Works *>i Virginia," tn trie city ot Richmond, until 3 u'cloelr, I'. M., on th" tir»t MONDAY in December uext, tor rum it fling the Freight acd_ Passenger CARS requiied for the njuirrneat of the Kei*teru and W estern divi sor - of the ( OVINOTON AND OUIO RAILROAD. tor th*: CAST fKON work roquired in the 50ii(-tructioii ot the Tracks, Turnouts and Bridges oj ■iiai'i road Ai'-'j, proposals for furniifcinj; RAILS for tho track ui paid road, to be made at each end thereof Each proposal must be endorsed, "Proposals for wars, Iron Work, ir.'' ti,:(i sbaK state whether tae »r!ici< e proposed to te furnished will be tuaau fsctnred on the line ofthe road or elsewhere. The prop jsaisto be addressed to the undersigned. JAMES G. PAX ION, Superintendent of the Covington and Ohio Railroad. Richmond, Sept. 13,1856. se 11—3iawtd VhU 1 Oltlv LIFE IN BU li ANUE COMPANY.—Great prosperity continues to at ienj the business of this company. "The last quarter's report ot i'r, transactions has just come to hand. s}arin« the 3 months cp to the let inat., 121 new Policies have been issued, tf.e premiums ou which, ■iucludiuz premiums on ail reocwais, arooutit M $82,«!> 26 paid dunng the same time on 12 X'oii cits, amount t0..... 23.9T0 11 "jerives this gvia added to previoasassets..479 1 2 Tot*! auKiuct of the present ac «:jnm!ated is 07 For Insurance, call at the Baptist Boek Depository, •No. ii J Maia street. i 7 CHAS. \\ ORTHAM. Agent. t>i-\VS FOK SALE.-Those v,ho desire to * ; urchaae PEW'S in St. James' Church can do so ■i'/ <*! piyttix 'ae subscriber. H. J. CHRISTIAN, jy2B—2awt« Treasurer of St. James* Church. i /ii;J:rLiFE AAD A 1 rkINE 1 RANCE. —The Richmond Fire A»sociatiou are prep-' "ed to iwsue poiicresot Insmance on the tt-iw.-t ascription of risks on as rea-tonable terms f»s t,' j company, and rt-spec-tuliy ask a t.nare ot v.'; (".! ■ !luage ot the public. Applications will Iv? re f.-veii it ; ■ ■ o.fice, No. 223, corner of -Me.u and yirj *i'.: t'. r . wh( re the otilcers will chcsituiiy iurnish all H •>, i'Mil t:uit may be required. Aii losses prompt ly -i.d liberally adjusted. J AMES KOSHER, President. J< 's li. Boshi k, Secretary. tiih 17 i A.ND Full SALE —We are authorised I A u . ; , Tract o: L tnd, com. iniujt If' »cre», ly ( ,i ,i i h * tejliLid couiiy, about ihrtts iplltt tn>m ''• > ; cd the Tujuj :kc leabuij from Aiau r ;,.» , r i* VcuJ Pits, niA boui:rl<-d by the iakosof v • ;. I, >, , , JU Mr. tihaote r, Thuii.as 1.- . i .t r aiii the waters <-l Iteedy Cr« ek. 8e tw..:....,j !>t> acres of tiiis loiid is >" woid, the t l * iu a iiich slate ot in [ rovi-rit £)■■ , . B loLEIt A. COOK. -itb-criber has. just receiv. diruiu 1 \ -tir Philadelphia ai.d IJaUi:«or«. tiu heat ( .S.Si.MKHKS niid VKSIKNOs to be « ... i'; : Motki ta, which be w>» •»<»*« > \ , n ri.ji at'd in tii<3 wit fiijthtoEalii« *}}■?• ti • a oiiuie tit public patronage. Kxaaimu for f UiY MAI>E CLOTHING of every qutijty, : .,i u„;aatttciure, u» a* at any other 11) Main at. 4' ! JiIJJU. —WeTtihidl ill Future i> H4 ( ,:„d wib wrfi rfiwi ??£££ * -> tvw know tAi« be the best 111 tfl '- " -Hiu* u.ow li*bt then othwa wi I -,m w. cm t-'iiie our lr««uo* th*l lb«J ■;■»«M« *<*>d article r i • ' \ AJ.'iKn ' •( 5..:-, o. 1". 1-i H.,d i'i P i,cr ,*vVii r « d Floni..--:; Dt ootuU .1 ttd «'» »* ; .. !■ rn«; Toiiftf. Wtre •*" 01 -. r j „ .Oijij Hid u, i-y^ s p p EVANS, '.- -a No. I n v, '" t Maiu at. I>Ti.S. CAKKK, Ac.—J *»" l< . from u« d»rin* eoiitiaiua** «« »' ** V 111 >i«* Siftet. daily dispatch. VUL. iV.-M). 12 l v dispatch combined ° f *" the D,ul y P«pereof Richmond Richmond, FA , Tr - MORHINO. NOVEMBER 1, MW Agricnltural Pair! Ihe Stat* Fair ot Virginia begins under suspiefoiH skie«. If we are not mistaken, it will prove an era in the history of both the country and the town. Agriculture, always the favorite pur<nit of our people, and in dastry, in all its departments, will receive a new and powerful impetus from the exhibition which begins to day. Apart from its effects upon these great public inter estate Pair will exert a happy influence in bringing together citizf ns of varions parts of the State, and in promoting a better acquaintance between fl'e people of the country and city. Wc wel come our country friends with the most heart felt satisfaction to the metropolis, and trust that their visit may be one both of pleasure and profit. The fyirpatch. will daily publish the most full and accurate accounts of the proceed ings of the Fair, and every matter of interest connected therewith. Liomziug. It ifi expected that Kozsta will soon come to America, and it ran scarcely be ebpposed that fhe opportunity will be missed by the people of the Northern cities of indulging their peculiar passion for lionizing celebri ties. The fact of celebrity is the claim which is neve made in vain upon the cockneys of the large American towns. Merit as great as the world has ever seen, need not put on a mask to escape attention in our huge hives of humanity. Let it only show im own hon est ard manly face, and no one will know it or care for it. Genius of the most exalted order, if its powers have not yet been recog nized by the great world; Virtue, the most pure, lofty and disinterested; Patriotism, as brave, unselfish, and devoted as that of George Washington—might appear npon our shores without eliciting a single testimonial of public or private admiration. Hut let No toriety appear, and the citiesopen their gates and pour forth their crowds to welcome and worship it. Who does not recollect the abject and nauseating homage which was paid to Dickens, Lord Morpeth, and a host of other titled and untitled celebrities, and last of all, to Kossuth? Of tiiis man, they made almost a god; and in a month afterwards, there were 'none so } - oor as do him reverence." They neither i.aew nor cared whether Kossuth was or was not a man of real merit. It was enough for them that they had an opportunity of exhibiting a I've lion in the streets of N. York, and it was supreme felicity to dangle at his tail. Kossuth, although a great orator and a great man, was himself deceived by this splendid pageantry and idolatrous Hun worship. YVh' n he looked upon the great, swelling tide of humanity which rolled and heaved «nd roared from one end of Broadway to the other; whin be saw the windows ot"every hotise filled with multitudes of Indies, show ering bright glances and beautiful smiles up on the Hungarian hi ro ; when the huzzae of the vast m iltitade rang like the s-tormy voice of many waters in his ears, he thought this was a genuine and overwhelming demonstra tion in favor ofthe independence of his native land. Never was there a more perfect d«lu gion. Not one individual in fifty thousand of that crowd had ever read half a page of the history of Hungary, or would have comribu ted the value of a continental dime to deliv er him or any of hie people from the bottom less pit. Not one in a hundred thotwand en tertained ae much disinterested regard for Kosscth himself as would have made the smallest imaginable sac ifice to save him from political and personal perdition. Kossuth might go now through the same streets where he onee passed nnder triumphal arches, and received more than t' honors of a Roman conqueror, and lio would not command as much attention as a prominent member cf the Empire Club. Not one man in Broadway would turn to look back at him, and not one woman would p<* p from the windows at him. And why ? Not because there is less sympathy felt by those people for Hungary or Kossuth, but because he has answered their pnrposes. lie is tis much of a lion as ever, but he is a lion whom they have seen, whom they have followed, whom they have heard roar a hundred times, and whom they are tired of. The citizen of New York is mad to gee the hippopotami, or the sea serpent, or anv of Barnum's collection of genuine and manufactured prodigies, when it appears for the first time, but th-y do not wait even for nine dajs to ixpire, before they givo Mr. Barouni the opportuuity to show his curiosi ties to an audience composed exclusively of his country friend-'. 8o it is with foreign ct> kbiities. While the novelty lasts, the lion who has just landed is king of the beasts in New Yelk ; but, let him not await the arriv.d of tho next steamer. It may bring over an other li.'ii, with a .-htiggit r inane, a iie-rcer eye ; a louder raar and a longer tail. The foreign celebrities who receive in our ! lar„'o cities to many demonstrations of eiot«- ive servi.ity and obs< q liousiie-s, sometimes ! imagine that real reverence for their character a'id social position lies at the foundation ot these exhibitions. '1 he celebrities are imu h mistaken, 'ihe cockneys love to li .u\z«, „ut o'l account of tho lien, but for their own Batisfat li 'fltey are fond of bhowaod p trad", anil, in ertkr to acoompli-h this ob ject, it is a godsend if they call pr.-ss into their V, r \ i, i; a lion. They ai>k no high, r honor ,h in to act as showman to the mwnareh ol the forest. They «Hmb up by bin tail win n he is in an atrii.»ble inuod, in » r.itr to ex.»lt their p eritioii in sot i ty. They feed him, even when he sni ps s ivagi ly at tho hand whi.b thrusts the meat b tw< en the bars of bis cage, and they list up their ehildrm in th.lr arm.-, and teatb them to look at ami to aduiiio a real lion. The vast, prurient uiaw or ftew i or* cockneyJom, is now wido to swallow ttiCIIAIOAI). TIESDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1853. two new victims who ar« at present on their way to these frhorm. Martin Kezeta the nangarian, and John Mitchell the Irishman, are the unhappy men. Both are worthy par son?? and true p itriot/, who dwerve a better fate than to be m ide ashow for the entertain ment of an ignorant and conceited rabble. If th ;re be a spark of genuine sympathy with the canse of Hungary and Irel-md, or with their representative*, let it be thown in giv ing them that "material aid" which will ena ble them, by honest industry, to obtain c< m fort and happiness in the land of the r adt p tion. Better fill their stomachs with meat and bread, than their brains with the empty fumee of glory. Better line their larders with f«t chickens than ornament their hats with chic ken feather*. For the honor of the country, wc invoke the cockneys ef New York to re strain their appetite for lionizing others, at least so far as not to make .isees of them selves. Nav.il JRefoxm. We are pleased to tee that the press so generally is devoting its attention to naval reform, end urging the subject upon the at tention of the next Congress. One rmpor tant step towards the increased efficiency ct the Navy has alrcsdy been taken in the es tablishment of such a school for midshipmen as that now in operation in Annapolis. The best facilities arts attorded there for acquiring both the theory and practice esaenti.J to the education of an officer of the Navy. Not only will our officers be more thorough ly educated hereafter, but they will be better practical seamen. Uitil the estab lishment of this school, midshipmen were not required to perform any of the manual du ties of sailors. They were a kind of append age to the quarter-deck, a sort of "walking speaking trumpe ," aa Jack called them, and learned the details of seamanship as spec tators and not as participants. Now they arc compelled for a certain portion of the time during which they are attached to the school at Aiiitapolii to p« rform a cruise as sailors in a ship belonging to the station, and they havo all the duties of sailors to perfo'm. Hauling the rop«s. and reefing topsails are matters with which young geutlemen now become acquainted by actual experience, and we may" anticipate from it much more thorough seamanship among our officers than the naval ei-r\ice of the L'uited states, ex cellent as it is, has ever guen. Hut there are other reforms equally neces sary. One of these is to have a retired list upon whiih all ofiiiters, who have become incompetent by extreme age or other causes, should be put tipon half pay. Another ta to promote according to merit, and not accord ing to thy dite of a commission. Another, and one of the most important, is to increase the pay of sailors, so as to secure in the na tional servce American seamen, who are now attracted almost entirely to the mirc-antile murine on account of the higher wages which they obtain there. But, if we intend to make the Nr.vv effi cient, so aa to render it in any degree ade quate to the protection of our commerce, and '■uahie us to Nustaiu our honor iu that jajreat j struggle with our enemies in Europe, whicli must sooner or later occur, and of which the ocean will be the chief theatre, we must iu troduce into our ships the important improve menus adopted in the iiritieb and French na vies, especially the conversion of a number of our largo vessels of war into propellers.— The application of steam in this way is the only one whi>'h bids fair c6seuti illy to change the character of naval warfare, and it conse quently demands the prompt sad vigorous action of our (Government. Wo doubt not thattho ISecretary of the Navy will call the attention of Congreaa to it at the next ses sion. Stages and Railroads. If any one wishes t<» appreei ite the fall comfort, advantage and luxury of Railroad?, there is no better way th <n by ona trip from Stannton or any other point on the main Western Koad to the city ot Kichmond. It is a common saying that we don't realize cittr until v»e «.re deprived of theui; and the truth applied with great force to tho present subject. I>et * progressive mortal, of the Nineteenth Century, be cooped up for twenty four or even four hours, in a stage, "cribbed, cabined, coffined and confined,' with nine or ten other miserable prisoner.-, iii! packed together aa closely m a box m< figs, travelling at the rate of four in-led au hour, und neatly jolted to death; and then let him exchange this crimped ard wretched cotiditu n for the roomy and ha.nd.iome cars oi'tuo Central li -ilroad, where he can talk, and stretch himself at Lis ease, as if in his own inn, and tf hia heart does not over flow with gratitude to the railway inventor, ho liae no heart at all, a"d deserved to I, if oondcmL-i'd to stage travelling for the r- - tu iudt-r of his useless life. VVu never quit one of thf-e travelling piiloile*, beyond 11 a chain's river, without iuteruaily cjacul .t n.» btossingrt on It ilroaiie iu ceueral, on the CcU tral 11 ii!ro..d in p trticular, and on its p 'liti<. accommodating i fliccra and conductors; hih! may tho soon ai rive when the iron horse shall drive all the t-tavjes before him, to w in dcr tip nnd down, in vacant ami hopeles.. iiii-- ery, ou the bank* nf tlie Ohi-> or the b:j x~ IlinviST is Ivsg!.a«l>.—The intelligent L>ondoii cirmp indent oltho National ln te!;ig. tuer, under d.jto of London, H pt. lyifc, .-iijo .*« li a ;» I ti.nl in deli iutt rcoun-je tvitu ygncultur su>, and is tit.rry to find th£tt iu ouc of ih.; principal corn growing di-lrktd «.f tli king It till iho prevailing iuip.-ttti. n i.- th.d tho quantity of land pi ntcd last y ear wilj lvhi ut *v h only . bnuL four tilths of the a\t ragti« stent of Into year*, and that upon the (Jin.(i.itl,cd rirl'iU t> til i. ud jtl .Ilted too wheal proiui < d id not nt.iro than two-thirds of an ..vcr g •« rop. It*tli«t>e data b ; i.urrci t, t en the produce of iho h.rvLtt ii only eiyh li '.cewih# .if mi nver g«, or ii tl<: uioru than ouo li«Ji>— A truly meUarbol/ calcul. tion, w.'itu if i? mnemb. rod that uuuy of thu oomiurutui mtimis, particular j France, aru aVo dtfi oieuf, and that Wut auy prwbabljf iuurcja# the difficulties and the expense of procuring supplies from more distant countries. 'The writ« r adds that wheat bas advanced full 5«. per quarter during the week, and further ad vance is confidently calculated upon. New wheat has fetched 80s. tha quarter, and flour is quoted at 70s. per sack. American flour, at the (late of the letter, was 3s. per barrel higher than on that day week. The accounts from Ireland respecting the potato crop are not so satisfactory as they were a few weeks ago. Spirit cf the Press. Yesterday'? Whig has an «rrick:on the "Priceof Wheat,' showioj tbe effect of the recent foreign news upon the market, and tui'geeta that the farm ers adopt some measure to protect themselves from the schemes of speculators. Tbe Afiii considers the question touching the threatened war between Turkey and Rassia tbe most complicated and uaresc.lva ble" pubject that has come up «W« the prospect of a North west passage woo fi'"at brca< hod to tbe world, and giv. s extracts fro«u late forei.Ti intelligence to .-how how deeply mystified are tfaeacccuntu hitherto reci ived from the Ea.-t. The Mail also comments upon the revelations of Kdmund Barke,ofNew Hampshire, to show that the nomination ot Gene ral Pierce wa* the result of a long concocted and deeply laid gi hctne. The E*q ir.r eays it is no loncera mere varue j-uspi'ion, but a well-deliued ana woll accredited ruinor, that the Bii i»h Ooverumetit is concentrat ing all its power in the effort to accoinpli=b the abo lition of slavery in tie island of Cuba. After en" largicg tjp:m this point the Enquirer states that it bM the most positive and satisfactory assurances that "the Administration have adopts prompt and coergctic measures to thwart the intrigue* ot Bri tish diplomacy anil to protect the country fiom the consequences of a blow aimed at its vital interests, il not at its very existence. In his message to Congress, President Pierce will show the South' that in a cri.-is ot peril to its institutions, he put *br:h the arm of government to defend them,, and will convince even the bigotry of party that he is the reliable champion of Southern rights." EXECUTION OK PERRY. A# we announced yesterday, the execution of Samuel Parker Perry, for the murder of his wife took place in RaleL'hon Friday last. Acorretpon. dent of the Petersburg Ef.prasi gives the following accouut of it: Raleigh, Friday, Oct. 3). —Thi« day, pursuant to sentence recently pronounced Ly the Hon. Judge Manly. rfatiruelmarker Parry,was pul,li ly executed near this ci y. At half past 12 o'clock precisely, the .-piritof the u/iforrunate man was launched into etertii y. It is estimated that at least 4<oo per.-ons witnessed the exei ution.aml I regret to inform you, that anions the number were a great many women. 1 never witnessed an »xocu'ioo in n:y life, and never expect to, I ut uniieieiaml Perry exhibited ureal emotions ot fear, as the fatal hour drew near, fie was very much agitated—t vety limb in Ids ht.dy trern ting iike au aspen leal —and shortly be fore the rope was adjusted, he engaged in prayer with his S[ irrual advisers. Not a tear, I learn, did he shed, during the u* !ul period just previous to his exec uti n lie oro leavins the pn-on-hcuse, he eonfe-aed thut he prc> ij> ated his wife into the "well," where the w;l It uu... tis iaied l y an old negro, who is now de«d. He sta ed, that a* -he "e»oopo<l over to lift a .bucket ot water out, which she ha t just drawn, he ami the ne_:ro caught her f y the feet, and pitched her in."' infalliu?, he sai l, she caught hold the rope, and was in a tair way to net out, unhurt, wlieu lie and the negro took the windlass to which the rope \va* attached, < ft' i:s bed, and tumbled it down on her This i- the way iu which h«* accounts for the marks on her head He posi ivcly denied having struck her wiih an me. But lew, i believe, ctooul.i-. story. M »mi;B RocAaMi.—A letter from Paris to one of ou- journals f;iver- the fcllowine account of the r«*;otit career ottiii* noted woman : "Yi ur readers will recollectwbat aneXii'ement was created two or three years ato by a murder committed by a Count dk Bocarme aud his wife on the brother nt the wi'e, The Count was tried F.nd exe uted, and the wile acquired. The properly of the murdered brother, which was very large, tell by lilrht to the widow, hi- filter. . w he also became, by a Set ision of the court, guardian ot her two chit dren • y the Count. Thi.Uady is fxiwK-SBed ofex traoidinaiy pei sonal attractions, and, from this fact and tin* pec«oliariry of her posiiion, her wealth, and her y urh, ha.- been the heroine ol many *uvel ad ven urest-ince the tragic death* of her brother arid buenauri. The French and Belgian new-papers have fi uml in her a perfect miue of romance and 0 i.'inali'y. One Wo.e Engjiah nobleman who had s« her hand, willed her all his property, and ili-d »:>on after, Others travelled hundreds ot ndles to lay their hearts at her feet, like pilgrims pi lug to Mecca. Several time* rfie has been on the point of contratins an alvantasrerus marriasre, but Vy a me means or o'her, ic has a« often failed. At la t "jue'i ehas been seized of her," as lawyers gey. One of her lelativ.-a has cited her before the t i utml tor the in,ru!»r mode in which she admia it rsher affairs; or. in otherword , ithasbeendi.-'- ci v.-red rha she is leading a di-solure lite, that her mind ia sli ,'ti'ly turned, that she is la t squandering her p ropery, and setting an ex.unple ol prodigali ty before her children which it is thought improper aid lonier e.xis'. Thetri* unal ha« ju-t dec ided that "the l.ydle-Victor e Jowphe Fouai.ieg, wi low of M. Alfred Juli- n Hippolyte, Count Visart, ot Bo arme, t atim t hereafter plead, transact, bor row, receive mo* -able < ffo ts, and cive, di charge, alienate, nor squander her hynothecated goods, &. wi'lout the ait of a certain le.'al gentleman th- r. in named who hasbeen call-d to her a-sistance 1 y ihe ecu t in the capacl'y <A legal guardian." Ta«c GcakoTkadc. —The followiuc informfction, ' a .-, j | !P ,i t y the Sentinel, of t-unday, n i t be r.-a < wi'h jrea? interest; Accruraif.ee of the Virginia A?ri- ultural .Soci •y, of Vle.-gra. W. Bouiware and Johns on liaiOoU', had an interview ye-terday, wi li the fietideiitc-f the Uni e.l States ou the fun jee.Ti't ihe guano tiade. Tin ir object, repre-eu:- iu the views of the Aeaociation and of the people ot V wi hout to iu.'uce the I'resi ded to auopt proper mean- to rid the country ol the odious monopoly ia the trade in this article. Wo e. iauiiaii u<» monopolies ou "selves, and we should, tor it still stronger reason, p rait no to rei 'it country to estahlish theui among us. We are lihi"' T to learn that ibe IVeei ieM concurs wi-.h then I i'l ti.eir vie**', and is deteituiued t" carry Oil-in ou: with energy, aod » i-U a-1 tho means hii j/oei: ji* till-iios uitn. L»os*r, —We leai*n from the ' i ll Ik- the Am ieut MetropolH that the vote on Thurs day la<-t <;u the questi mof consolidating tie Cin , i and iJiIU-orou-h ami the Marie* a & t-'ia ciimaJi Mail read Compati -s, reeulted ia 140 shares oii'y hi iaj voted lor it an-1 a.ninst it. Mr. John Dane van!, jr., whom an irioicr. ; nei;t f. r murder had been Lotted, has been Ou haree l l y tl e Court <1 General he-*»iati- in Charie ton, the Grand Jo y U-fiud a in? bill. The indictment was Im-oo u,»ou the duel in ul.i.h Mr. Legaro wa- Ulied. I oss ok a fjriiocsf:*.—Tfce-csbopMr R. A. Hen i.in , wi.i. h conveyed tt. i tSailabe «»>en Cbarhv tow, Key Wet and HuTin;« »a I *t <lu iuar tho late call'. Thecup'Hio, cri vr. ami mail* wcre«ave-!. T.e Mintcorae'}'. Ala., Advertiser of tie i;.th uH, auaimiicei the ariivalut frortand the depar ture of tiiiet!§e. ItirAur A uiau n,ai <1 ArnWrong la* beer * by the rtroncana of th-f law aod 10.1g.-J in ail, ia Mourcvecuoi T. «- r having two witea The howe of Mr. P««r B. Bo»ti,k, in Monroe c.«» j. ™ destnyaJ ty fir« on Uaadaj wmL PRICE ONE CENT. LOCAL MATTERS. THE COMMITTEE?— —to Award P wrrm will n*-,: on tf, e Rbow Ground of the Agrknltar.l Fair, THIS MORK .NO. AT 10 O'CLOCK, lttte or CLE. The State Agriocltcral Fair begins this morning. under suspicions cireumstsEcrs, if the weather holds good, wo have oo doubt it wiil prove the most attractive ezhibitiao ever held in Vir ginia. Yesterday we spent several hours upon the jrouiid. examining specimens of labor-saving ma chinery of all kindd, poultry of ail kinds, imported and thorough-brid horses, cattle, aheep, and hogs, owned by the farm en of the State—ud such sptei tnens, too, a-> weald do credit to any State in the Union. As far as thorough-bred horses are concert ed. we"have no hesitation in saying that they will far surpass any that has been on exhibition North of the Potumac for many years—while the Devon, Dorhini. Ayrshire, Kfcau-i, and mixed breed of cattlc, now at this Fair, will compare favorably with any to he found elsewhere. The preparations icsde for thisgraurf exhibitiou ty the city are most ample, even surpassing those of other and larger cities. The tents, for meeting un der and for miscellaneous exhibitions, are of the best kicd, and the entire arrangements st em complete.— 50 ,#r < then, as Richmond is concerned, she has dene her duty ia putiiug the great agricultural bail in mo tion; and if the firmer* do not now keep it roliinng, until the waste places of the State are made to re semble.garden spots, the blame will be their own. By the regulations of the Society, none but mem bers and their families will be admitted within the enclosures to-dny, in older to afford ths judges a suit able opportunity of receiving subjects of exhibition. Baton to-morrow the entire public can goiu admis sion by the payment of a small gate fee. For the information of visiters, we give the names of the Marshals who are in controi of the exhi bition : Col. C. Q. Tompkins, Chief Marshal; Capt. R Af. Niniino and J. hi. Sheppard, S. W. Ficklin, Dr. R. Kidder Taylor, Col R. O. Haskins, Win. S. Wood aud Peyton Johnston, aids. The above named gen tlemen were upon the ground, yestctday, the greater portion of the day, busily enzaged in receiving stock and articles for exhibition. The receptacles for fa brics, fruits and flowers, were not ready early yes terday, and consequently many things designed for shelter, were not received, but will be taken in at an early hour this morning. In addition to the gentlemen mentioned above, as aids to the Chief Marshal, we understand that Dr- W. B. Bail of Chesterfield, D. W. Haxall of Chirks City, J. R Kent of Montgomery, Gen. R. T. Preston of Montgomery, Col. E. O. Cramp of New Kent, Thos. Watkins of Halifax, Robert McGandlish of Williamsburg, and Dr. Jehn Prosser Tabb of Glou cester. have arrived iu the city, and will he requested to act as aids to the Chief Marshal. Duties have beeu already assigned to them—suih as arranging fruit*, Sowers and shrubbery, aud classifying the stock, etc. The office for the sale of tickets wiii be opened on Main street, Wednesday morning, where tickets of admission and badges u:ay be procured. To-dav none other than members will be admitted lu addition to the permanent buildings erected for the Fair, five handio.ne tents have beeu put up, eacb Heating a penaut, with a suitable inscription, front its mast hi ad. The cc n're tent is designed for the meeting of mem bers and the delivering of addresses, from Chs mast of this floats a peuant bearing upon it the V irginia Coat of Arms. The Western tent is far miscellaneous puipojej, ai i s streamer declares. The Eastern tent is for fruits and Bower?. The Northern tent is far the oitcers to meet in for the transaction of bnfclnees. And ihe Southern tent for the uepo*':to? oaauffce t fires, etc. The square, upon which the Fair is held, contain ir.g some tea acres of grnuod, is snrrcuuded by co vered sheds, which are divided oil into fetalis for horses and hoi aid cattle, and pe.it for sbe«p and hogs. Eacb of these stalls is numbered, and when occupied, cards are placed upon them, exhibiting the uame of the owner and the Lroed of the animal on exhibition. Commencing then at the entrance gate on the North side of Main street, and following the w dkway, we propose to name such stock as baa ta' ken their stauds at half past 1 o'clock yesterday af ternoon ; BLOODED HORSES.—Oen. B. Peyton of Aioe mark, »xh bits a sorrel blood mare, called "Nannie B> 11," dam by Sir Charles; having at her side a fe male colt seven mouths old. Oen. B. Peyton exhibits his bay colt, Priam, jr., by Pritm. 19 months old. Col. VV Owynu's g. c., 1 year old, by Revenue, dairi Andreweiui. Rob* rt Dunn's sorrel mule, Jenny, 6 years old. Win. H.-Belts' Arnbiftn mare and Kossuth eolt. Wni. W. Gilinerof Albemarle—siargoawiei male mare. J. I*. Po lard—saddle horse Diamond,6 yean cid. W. Sliepparcl—a tine two jean old colt. Wm. Y. Johnson of Cumbsrlsnd, exh'bits Bailie Peyton, a stallion, 6 yearn old. R H. Dickinson of Richmond. a match of Cue har ness horse*. John R. Kerr—hi» riding mars, '•PiiiliU," 10 years old. Wm. Snead exhibits a yoong rta.iic-n, "Citwen," 3 years old Wm. Richa'dson, jr., exhibits his ataiiion "Ru»e oke," 8 years old, by Sir Charles. John Brown of Augnsia, exhibits bis bay horse ••Henry," 7 years oid. John a. Nicholas, of Bttclunjaani. exhibits his utai iion ' Star of the West," 4 jearsold. Geo. S. Ilolloian, of K.uvanna, exhibits his b. m. "Fairy," 4 years old. J. W. Loyan, of (Jjechland, shows a fine horse, 4 years oid, by rrince Albert; also a fins riding horse, ■ Roush and Read)." 9 years old. Jac/b W. S-nithshoM n b.L "Tom Morgan," of Pennsylvania, 8 years old. braxton Gariick—b. h. "Beverly," by Trea»arer,7 years old. John. C. Jefferson, of Anie:ia—b. h. ''Galea, jr." 4 years old Wm. U. MsnsSeld, of Louisa—g. h. "Xiasrod." by Blut-streak, 9 years oid. Jehu O. Kasiey—l). h "Hylander," D reait old. h. C. Slacoi.—o. h. "Tally-ho," by tto»toi , 8 \ ears old. John Harrison—' Dandy Jim," 3yaarscld. 8. D. Usher—s. h. "PeTasue," 4 years oid. Wm. C. Rives, of Albemarle—b. b. "C eva'.aiid Ba>," 2y»»-.rxold iss: March—imported from Kianoe. Jfsrsten Foster—b. ii. "Peyton, by Bailie Peyton, a years oid. Atso, «v h. •'Baiiie,*' by i'-ji.ic \ too. 6 yenis old Win. W. Joues, of Cumberland—s. h. '-Red Eye,** 3j \« o r s cid jf H. J. Smith—b. h. "Ku--8Gt1.." C vears old, by N. V. Bliick Ba»k, the cballei-ger ot the wor d for two \.sr«. John R. A'iet.—b. m. "Lady Cliff >rn," 8 years o.d andcolr. This maze h'is trof.td a i.iile it 2J6. being the fastest t:ia« ever msde over a V coiuse, Wm. H. Beitfi—au Arabian mare, with ac-oit by So-snth. R B:anken.kip--"Msry Wilkinson." 4 yetiri old. bv Bailie Peyton. H. W. Bern :g«, of Buckingliani— it sli. on '•Telem at liua" 7yeai-. o;d. Al»o. ik/ru-t n.are "tid tiL," 5 year* old. C. C C eke's stallion "ilorri-.og Sal'," 4 yoars oid. Bay mate Kate, with ccit by'lajl\-ho. ij< r;ei hJUj Whisker, Syeajsu.d. Bay tiiey Chiti'vUe, 2 je.t# old. 'i Nomas Soiling's Virginia Black Hs*k, a 2 year old M'!.l.ior.. O O.y 's Alice Gifforii. Sy^srscld. ir.t/.A. b. f. ly Cbs*de of-, s. fcr<-oil rume Huarsmouka, i»* Pciw. d_>oi by Sir Al !j>fi; hu . J«'_ t t'e. Gohsiina awi f-ir A'tr»a s'ook. Dr. K. </. tia-.'« »orre! ooit, 1 year oid, by Pio»ec tion, cut t f a Ptiam mare by B->»toii. J. N. G'ddsboroagb, of Maryland, f. m. br»od mare i'ue, t-J ins old. hi! sum Tiou '* «. h., fax name atd tail, riawy, by F.cli;, «e. J y.s-s oid. Also, b. h. Jsck and Dun one, F wiu#, U _.tsrs oid; ai-d b. U Jerry Dighttoji, 2 yetus old. _ ft. H. CubelPs colt, 6 moctln oid, ly Rtvenue, dam Mian ti'ttf. .... „ , CH. 11. 'lhu<3' », of Ch ••Unfieid, b. e. C -tlilin. It «i> r.t; »< P. *• d a brauty Wat. f owlti'i b. b. atttbees, t falMlooi ...i iaj port'd A »W«>- . , . _ I) Pither, of CiaocfcUoo, ». h !>»•«**, 4 yen* old, by Star of the Ksat; •. in. Ci«r» iftjifaer. S >«»rt oltl. A. W. RW. Row'-tlT*, of Buckicisham, i. b. Itaruf tb<- Ki.»r. IS yt» « u»d, uiipisrwci; »!«u, SUt of Hi- Kmt, jr, * uUi J. W. C *U)[jbeil'« *wrel jukui r ejd;n»a4 S v«ar» old. Spei»x Cutem»u, of black >nciav Ui»ck W atriur, 6 vtai* old. Win. J. Blackford uf Jeffeauo, d.h. Orpb«& Bo?, "rHFTjAILk MMWIW* CA»H TOftMS gr AP> f *»*»'-, I iaMlw.|tM| I *|hk, I mtmak...9l • \-—*m. .5....da.... I 06 1....du. .5....4».... M W *is I jmt mm- Linet <>* lbm Milt * i(Bill) lna>w wwrtunwiu charged ta exact »ri;*«rti*». and pay by Orphan Buy, • yr*r* old. A very large 111 Mt tM'oi >gim»l rvrkuncaa. o •• Bwe#p*ak«^#«*, fci.i, bjr Sir ef the East. In eddirion to the hone* already ntn«tM« t iere are a large somber of other* ta be fcured rbla mo-r.rar. The renowned racer "Reteoaa," sad tk* -Nina,"*with many other* of «lsbrUj, wit be iliowa to-day or to-morrow. HOGS -I»this branch of the Rxhibfcioa there are some admirable animal*. The C heeler Ho* Mem* 10 6* very much in vogae. There are aama cf thee* from the very head qoarteraof the breed. Wo five below e Hat of thoee on the f roand at • itte Mar jea-crdsv ; hat there were at alia yet to bo titled. .Dr. J. R. Wood*, of Albemarle, sevaral aowaa&d h*® ln <" Cheater and croaaea of tha Chester aadl »* bLaro, with tome other breed. The entire eoUw hob was very Sue asd the pigs were very waM grown. " Kicklin, of Albemarle, two 17 weeka pig* of ' i!Cheater aj.d Rosaian err at—both vary large} alaa * Cheater boar, t> month* old. y Harvey, of ('better county. Pa_, three very baa Ch 1 ?" , 1 " boara. only « months aid. "• « ckmiß, of ChetttrcomiiT.Pi., II jAmotbeih i EST* 14 R_Cieineot, of Philadelphia, foar very fine Cbee fif two anvgof the «&n>e stock. bJi- Goldaborongb, of Maryland, a fine Creator p'ga" of Henrico. a very ficewr aad t Dudley Oilman, of Henrico, a very Urge Byefiold sow and or.e trig. * Augusta* Hancock, of Chesterfield, wry Kmm so-vs. s'i? c £*t»rfie)d, pigs of the No-boa* and Beriihire breed*. 5 mouths old. L D. Crefishaw exhibit* & boar of Delaware atooh for hia immensity i» incomparable. Mr. C. baa othl other tine specimens of the hog family. W. C Rives, of Albemarle, exhibit* a vary fine * youug boar, of what stock oar memorandum failed M tote. SiIEEP —Of Sheep the exhib'uioo waa admirable bat tho Merino waa rather scarcer comparatively thaa we anticipated. » R. Cienjent, of Philadelphia, exhibit* araperb lot • of CoSiswold »U(i Southiiewa. Col. J. W. Ware, of Clarke county. In thia State, contributes a large number of Cotawold, soma at the in imported. They are noble sptcimi.ua of that . atoah. Wis C. Rivra, of Albemarle, baa a lot of "Soatk* down and Oxforddown," that are really aaperior. tut those that struck us as apparently excelling ha fleece and texture of woo', ware six "French iferi noea." exhibited by Mesaia. J. It W. P. Brady, of Ohio and Brooke counties. The gentleman who at tended them said they would shear 30 pound* Ce the tleece, and were the representatives ot the pan-baa die section of the State. James N. Goldsborough, of Talbot county. Mary land, has tive sheep of the New OxJbrdshire ***ed very tine. S. F. Christian, a lot of Spanish Mertaft. James B. Newman has a lot of Cotawold and Oa fordshire. J;ihn Willi*, a lot of Cotswold and other*. J. R. Wood* a handsome variety, but we eoald net ascertain the breed. CATTLE.—In this department th« exhibition to tfc« , finest ever intuit' in any .Soatheru St-ite, except pei b.ips Maryland and Kentucky. Wc meutiua km tha order in which they appeared In tha stall* yuu». d;iy. lUrnsiy McHenry, of Maryland. Ay resh'ra heifer, Shndow, 1 year old; do.. Tc.atle, 2 year*—Ayreshb* bolts, Home and C'ajt. DaJtefty. Huxli M Nelson, of C'larfe c anty, two Durham offers and a tina fatted cow.— These cattle were greatlyudmi.ed. Tbos. K. Nelson, o' Clarke couuty, exhibits a white Durham hull. 3 years old—a superb animal. Dr. J. R Woods, of Albemnre, two beautiful red tulls: ncross of ibc KbaUi and Ayreshire breeds.— They are 13 mouths old and noble looking mint*!*.— The cross with the Khaisi promises to produce a* excellent stock—symmetrical, large, stronx and ani mated. In his lot were also a Khaisi heifer and a heifer crowed with Khaisi and Ayreshire. Togeth er reith several cows aud heifers, a cross of A jreshira and Durham. \V. ('. Hives of Albemarle, a fine lot of Durham's, iaeltidinx a yea;ling heifer, a fatted stser, a aow, a splemiid young white bull and very larje red bult iniportedl W. ti. Crenshaw, of Orange, exhibits a fine 1 year old Durham bull. L. 1). Crenshaw, of Henrico, haa a fine display of cattle—including a grade cow and calf, an Ayresnira eow, r. 1 year old bull, grade; Devon cow, a trade cow, i years old; two yearlings, Ayresbire and De von. VV. L. Wight, of Goochland, two s«peib work oxen. J. N. Gcldahorou&h, cf Ta'bot county, Maryland. Devon, Durham and Native buii, aud Dt vcn ajui Durham heifer; also Durban bull and Durham sow, very large. G. V. Worthington, of Maryland, an Ayreshira aad Durham bull. David Dua!op, of Petersburg, • well grown Ayra» sh*e» boll, 1 year old. Robert Dunn, of Petersburg, AyresVre S"« i Walter Scott, 2 years old. The twj iast reoeutlj im ported. Ko. H. Khun, of Henrico, exhibits • number af cattle—seine very tine—including a very ine Dnrhaaa bult and a very remarkably formed buii af tresses dobs neck and shoulders, of the Ayreshire Kid D«u haui cross. Alse a Khaisi and Durham heifer, and Devou and Ayreshire and Devon and Durham aa4 grado cows and heifsrs. Mesars. R. H Haxall and B. W. Hsxall, made as extensive exhibition of blooded cows—including in* Durham r.ows and heifer*, and eame Ayruahlra and Devon and mixed stock, very Hue; and a Durham Ml Ayreshire bull. Charles Marx, of Chesterfield, eight ocas and tit heifers of Ayreshire, Native and Durham aad De von stock, and • year old bull, Durham and Ajre shire. Daniel E. Gardiner, of Henrico, a native heifer. Joseph Fulcher, a fat Devon cow, raised by Thou S. Watson, of Louisa, and a tatted sow raised by Lu ther George, of Albemarla. B. J. bar hour, of Orange, exhibited fat Oiea, weighing over 30»!0 each—very fine. R. Newman, Jr., of Orange, two tiae oxen, NuVva and Devon. W. ti. drrfnor, of Hanover, a voka of work un, very large." w A. D. Bell, of Augusta, two beautiful 4 year old oxen, very large and <-ery fat. Ckarlej H Rhodes, «f Chesterfield, Red Skin, a 4 year old bull. T, L. Parish. of Albemarle, Ben Bolt, a kali, aad D iit% Maid and Anne Lewis, heifers—all. Ayreshire atd Durham. Jos. C Burton, Native oi grade heifer, foarteaa months. L. F. Chrw-ian, of Augusta, Durham aad Naite* cow, 2C month*, very large, and Devon and MatWe, 18 months. Ray Mots, of Chesterfield, a large Durham sow, said to i ve 7 gallons of tniikperday. F. P. Wood and C- A. Price, of Prlticd Edtmad, bull ffir. Penn, Devon and Aldertiey. R. W. H. Nelaad, of Albemarle, a floe grade M«r. POULTRY.—Ia this department there lsa£o« dia play Th.-want of arrsngemeni yesterday, however prevented our petting a fuli description. Wa (ivt U Ww ail we could obtain. By CC. Bur.on, R chmond—white Shargfitia, tw» months old. red do., four months; red aud grey Stun #- ha-.", three mo'kst red, b!a* and grey Shanghais, eight mouths; one pair imported Breican geese. By A Clements, Phi'adelphia'-Ci.clun CSJusa and v/hiie ihmghit fowls—• very hae coUect-ou. By John J. Tarpic, Cloverdale, near Dotainiciii .Shanghai and run.pleas fowl*. J-iaey BlcHk f.iwia and byiird ducks; Brainab-Pooirsfow s; Jwl Nankin ana Mudeddo.; IrnperUl Ch.uese, Po.andaaa crested du k», wild g*-ise; Persian, rumpless aud f.k/i <i fow;«j Dove co ored turktys. of Mr. 7W~ pin's re» : ! g—a vry rare speeies» lii»riiarra Pkra satit. Gau»e and Calcutta fowV; Imperial Chinese do. ai.x moats aid; Pea-towi aaa Dorklof; crested torke) txd net-se. liv Martin Gjid-borongh, Maryland—A or.lUctkw of Polaud Coch.u China Iww.a. Act of whMb w were unab.- to 00. jin a Ki.i description. By William Palmer, ttichuioirfi— Four very tv-ad" settie Pulai d geese. by Dfdlej k Cj., R cfcmoad—Three grey Chltta gcop. six itu>pth* «,<d; three yeiiew SLanghaia, sia t.-o..tU>; (rorbea' last importation -J thre-; white du thn e moatlks; (the .uctb- rof th s- ch ekeos w«igh«4 tv' | oubdo. ana said for ®> ) ihiee giey CluttsawaM t.x n.ou:hs; thri e red S»ualiih<.t'ir. a 'j.ovlhsi t| re.' Suaog'jsiA three uioatae. A very U; collactior, My Gaorge Wo J'jh, Ueai .oo—Ot.e to <p o| sop« ri or >oi;t:aba;s. Mi. Wnwifi# bu also ou tUe grotttig 2ij fine Stuu ghais tot sate . By C. G. Tnooaaot.. Richmond— Oss gunva aocki ®M f-W®.", ksilf Bet.jal } out* hack puilai; ot* t(.c' g Idas ph 'ifSitl. bv J. Jacob nt.*CT, Baiiiaiare—C .njgaw, cr vrili turkev of eiouth America; Guans; wi-.J tarkey <i ii. sciw ; a pair ti partridges trout Biaril; white J» mi gees< ; white China, Cau<td», Africuti. black in Chlva- biemeti geese—all tmpoittd; black Java Ow eu aitd other varetu-s c due' a; is »b« *»$* cu) iec'iub of iuwU we observed Malaj*, U.;u-a« Pte« rauts, l!i»C4 I'vltti ds. Peuil W'oita Onifciuga, Jii grc or hairj fowl, sa.aU Malay*, red Sh..ug!ia %J--r.ei b'.uea. Yellow btiaogiia.., t ••chit, Chiw th rclsa.se* heattltrl '.oiUcwOd of Pi/aotx, to a ' t'f'.s ug BUi't U:lv-r Wiug Ta.fcesa, Mmi'« White liud-, Kau tails at a White at.d Red w:ngTu i bets, Mr. Bower** feather d family n'uacud U u untied adauxattoa at tha Uio Stats Fait of Mar t lai d. Toil ia hut asa.all portion of the poakry as exb bhitm. V\ e will rescnu J»c subject t--joorrow. , ■ MACHINEaV AND AGRICULTURAL. IMPLJ , , MISNT3.-4>k lat as the artic es lulei.ded for axhtt ttou had anived on the ground yesterday, thera vn . videt ce of a fine dit piey. We hrst oU< rved r bu.hliag elected for the oecasiwa a very htuidaoa sUiUnary steam TO nine, of 4t> horse-power, trom tl I feuudry of *Br >th> r, Rich>uood. ll#rse-|wwer aad A»w-tttlll, iW the Eagle fottodr f Rivh.aoi tli PUvlip Kahtu. Hotsa-power totesUer, repeater end eleauar aad t tLrtahet »ud separator, togsihtr wuh a graai Var'o