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THE DAILY DISPATCH.
ftM*T Manila Amgmmt 1, IHftO. nmdeer Likerty art Slavery. Tbe great work of Profile* Bledsoe, of tbe University, on Liberty knd Slavery, I* exciting the adaiiration of thinking and conservative ■ilnda in variou* part* of tbe Union. We under etand that in aome portion* of the Free State* it is reeorted to by the friend* of tbe Sooth a* an tmory from which te draw weapon* of defence acainst tbe eaemles of ©or institutions. Tbe more lii, known and studied, tbe greater wiU be Its fame. Oar contemporary of the Enquirer, In an article upon this remarkable production, says • The breadth and scope of Mr. Bledsoe's work b»re not been appreciated and comprehended by •areless and hasty readers. He is modest as be is learned and ingenious, and does not push his tbeo rles to their ultimate hut legitimate consequences. Probably hi* course is the mo*t prudent and wise one for the time. Possibly be saw that he would mar his book as a work of art, were he to attempt to cover too much ground. He cStrles on no of fensive warfare. He doe* not employ history and statistics to detect and expose the general failure of emancipation, and tbe universal deterioation of tbe human condition, where laborers without pro perty have been released from slavery to humane masters and remitted to the more selfish, unfeeling and exacting despotism of capital. He lays down principles that jnstify slavery in the general, and leaves their application to the exigencies of times, circumstance* and race He only *pecially de fend* negro klavery. and shows only the failure of negro emancipation. He has probably left that offensive warfare which the starving, riotous, in fidel and revolutionary state of free society invites, to other hand*, or reserved it for tbe subject of another book. Hi* work i* "tntut leret et rotun. Dat " It attempts enough, and doe* thoroughly what it attempts." About forty page* of the book are devoted to a powerful refutation of the do«trine of human equal ity, And an argument to show the necessity of adapting the degree of government,be it slavery or what else, to the moral and intellectual wants and capacities of the individuals to be governed. He maintains that slavery is neither right nor wrong j»r $t, and may bo imposed, or withheld, just as the necessities of 'society or of the individuals to be governed or restrained, requires. Slavery is but " that social station in which the will of the superior stands for law to the inferior." He says, on page 148: " An eq-iality of conditions, of po' lltical powers and privileges, which has no solid basis in an equality of capacity or fitness, is one of the wildest and ino<*t impracticable of all Utopian dreams. If tft the divine government such equal ity were to prevail, it is evident that all order would be overthrown, all justice extinguished, and utter confusion would reign," &c. Again, page 118: "It was much nearer the truth to say that all men have an equal right not to act as 'one wills,'but to have their wills restrained by law. No greater want is known to man, indeed, than the restraints of law and governments— H nee, all men have an equal right to them, but not to the same restraints, to the same laws and go vern-nents. All have an equal right to that gov eminent which is the best for them. But the same government is not best for all. A despotism is best for soma; a limited monarchy is best for others; while, for a third people, a representative republic is the best form of government." I'age J32 : " The truth is, that all men are not bora equally free and independent, but equally without freedom and without independence." Mr. Bledsoe, by his works on this and other sub jects, has won from intelligent sources the high compliment of being the first thinker of this coun try, and probably of the age. He tills with great ability the chair of mathematics at the University •f Virginia,and is an accession to that institution,of which its friends and the State at large have great reason to be proud. Northern Mchool liooUs. At the late hducational Convention, President Smith, of Randolph Macon, who presided over that body, called the attention of the Convention to the fact that ad the text-books of the South bad been furnished by the North —aud that these books reflected upon the institutions of the South, and •ontequently furnished improper materials for their study. Iu accordance with his sufgjstion, a committee was appointed on the subject. There i* no greater pest iu Southern education than the evil complaiaed of by Dr. Smith. If her* and there Southern men are to he found who do not sympathise with Southern institution*, the •ante may be traced to the poison which ha* been Imperceptibly imbibed in these Northern text book* or at Northern seats of education. That the •vil Is not more widely spread, is owing pet haps to the fact that it is only in the last quarter of a century that abolitionism has gained much foot held iu the North, and that, during the same pe riod, a corresponding degree ot vigilance and dis trust ha* been awakened in the South. Yet, not withstanding the awakened suspicious and appre hensions of the South, text books, manufactured in the hot beds of abolition, are placed almost as freely a* ever ia the bands of Southern children. And professedly literary newspaper*, tainted with abolition doctrine*, have an extensive circulation In tbe Southern States. If wa thus place the minds of our children and newspaper reader* at the feet of Northern mas ter* and inttruetors—wo care not what law* Con grass maj pas*, or neglect to pass—the day* of Momhern initiations are lumbered. A Virginia Free toiler. TVe copied last week a paragraph stating that the Masiillon (Ohio) News, a Fremont paper, was edited by a Virginian, formerly of the Wheeling Time*. We are happy to learn from a respectable •Itlien of Wheeling, that the editor of the New* is not a Virginian. He formerly edited the Wheel ing Time*, but was a native of Massachusetts — Our friend informs us that hi* course whilst editor of the Time* was so strongly disapproved of that he relinquished his connection with the Virginia press and removed to the more congenial atmos phere of Ohio. Tbe boast of the Masiillon News that there are now five hundred Fremont vote* in Ohio county Js no doubt a mere random, reckless assertion — The Wheeling friend referred to says that the only Abolitionist* in that region are a tew importation* from the free States, and that the great body of the people are sound to the core in thiir loyalty to the domestic institutions of Virginia. Aniuts l)fmoerntlr .Heeling. The speakers at the Augusta ratification meet ing on Monday last were Thomas J. Michic, Esq , of Staunton, and Hon. John Letcher, representa tive from that district in Congress. Several other distinguished Democratic members of Congress who had been invited, and whose names had been announced, were unable to attend. We heard an anecdote tbe other day of a land lord of certain Springs, which shall be nameless which shows the different estimate placed upon aulphur water, (or upon the human understand ing,) by different persons! A waggish proprietor of one of these popular resorts, on seeing a fourth •r fifth stage drive up to his door, crowded with remarked, tub rota, to a companion' * Here comes another stage load of d—d foels to poiaon themselves with sulphur water!'' . Oh, horrible • The next moment be waa all •miles and grace, uaheriog in the " d—d fools " to til® ab#dei of uud plc&iurc. e 6 eiUsD * ion of Central KtiJrotd ° r Buunun, traveller* to Lexfag tou tear* the ears at Uosheu, a village west of Staunton, and , * stages at that point for Lexington, a dis t»»ee of eighteen miles Storm Westward—There was almost a t< r at Cincinnati. Tuesday afternoon, accomna. f 1 * 1 b J * of rain. The wind uprooted trees, demolished awnings, and blew down fcnlll op™i kiU ' n * ou *p™ wowSILg Tkt Mprlaca. The tartar 'ocreaaed titrd of thU *ea*on to the Spring* i« no doubt principally dua to the greatly inertued facilities for reaching the various water ing place*. With tbe extension of railroad* come* an increase of viaitori. If Ibe Covington Road were estended to tbe White Sulphur, there would be ten thousand visitors to that and other Virginia Spring* the flr*t year. People who lire in a rail road community are certainly Barer going 1b •earch of amutement and pleasure by a atage. The New York Falter Dlellino—The New York paper* contain the particular* of what came near. If it ha* not proved, an " affair of honor. John Morrhsey, the pugilist, fell aboard of It Young and whipped him, and received the follow ing note: New Yobk, July 2S. 1856. Mr. John Monriseey: Deeming myself and abused by you, my pbyaical aopenor, and believing you to poaaess *ome gentlemanly traitf, I hope y will accord to me that which i* dee to a *' utler " an n Wh*t I mean, *ir, ii satisfaction. The who will deliver this to you bu been by m« - Mlecteo to receive any communication, either verbal o j note, you may be at pleasure to^ij E K The initial* "J. K. K." are underslood to be those of Mr. Kerrigan, a member of the New 1 oik City Council. The parties had gone off with their friends, and tumors of a fight had reached New York. The Drought—The Crop*, (fC. CO RRESfOSDF. »CE OF THIDISPITCH L> Alt VILLI, July 30,1856. We are now having tbe most alarming drought we have bad since 1842 It is with much difficulty the people can get their corn and wheat ground. Our mills are grinding day and night, and the peo ple are coming here from a great distance, and have to stay sometimes two days before they can get their meal In addition to tbe drought, the chinch bug is doing great damage to tbe corn crop. Tbe farmers are complaining very much, and say the growing crop of Tobacco will not be more than half; but Tobacco can wait for rain.° My impres sion is that it will be ablate crop, bnt with good sea sons from now out, there will be an average crop as to quantity but as to quality, rather inferior to the crop of 185."). There will be rather over an average crop of wheat, and I understand tbe wheat is very superior. The crop is not as large as was anticipated, but there w*a more seeded in this country last fall than nanaL Your friend, CHARLIE. Death of a Little Boy at the Ilockbridge Alum. CORRESPONDENCE OF THE DISPATCH. Rockuridqe Alum Springs, July 30th, 1800. A casualty happened here a few days since, which yesterday terminated in tke death of a very interesting little boy, a son of, Mr. Barnit of New York. He was playing on the mountain, and fall ing down a steep, received some internal injuries, which, notwithstanding every thing possible was done to save him, terminated yesterday in his death. He tvas between seven and eight years old, and a very interesting child. There is nothing rise new or especially interest iag here. The company is very large : yet the great capacity of the establishment for the public accommodation enables the Proprietor to make room for many more. Many invalids are experi encing decided advantages from the waters. H. Damage v.y Storm— Murk of Lighining.—'l'ht Cincinnati papers of Tuesday give an account of a violent storm which passed over that city on Monday afternoon. Several buildings were blown dowu, a large four story brick building fell, and the ruins falling ou a small house sccupied by a man named Oammell, with his wife and child, Mrs. Cammell was killed Instantly, and her little daughter had her thigh broken. Several other persons who were near the building were severely wounded. Iu Boston the storm was very severe. A large wooden dwelling at West Cambridge was likewise struck, and a correspondent of the Boston Trav eler says: The lightning entered a chimney on the west end of the house, and then in four directions went dodging from one room to another, up stairs and down, into twelve different rooms, apparently trying to see how much mischief could be done in the shortest possible time. The house was subse quently visited by probably a thousand persons. Mrs. liurgin was ill in bod. The electricity en tered her room, moving her bed into the centre, tearing the side of the window near which the bed was placed, and within two feet of where she was lying, breaking down the plastering and demol ishing the furniture. Mrs. B. was rendered insen sible by the shock, and remained so for two hours. Two ladies sitting in the room with her were not in the least injured. A bureau placed against the wall was completely shattered on one end and moved into the room; a looking glass on top was found unbroken, whilst the frame was torn to pieces. Iu the upper room we noticed a bedstead as com pletely flat as if just taken down, while the bed ding and clothes were stripped into inch pieces — Another bed in the same room was also rolled up into a heap as if just ready to move—the roof was made a complete ventillator. I n the t rout parlor the fluid went bobbing aronnd, not actually touching the piano, but coverting it with splinters, laths and plastering, from one end of the room to the other, and forcing portions of the window side into the opposite wall, breaking three images on a tabid; what is singular, it is only in this room that there is any discoloration, as to scorching; near the edge of the wall paper, it ap pears as though a person had touched the ceiling at intervals with a light and smoked It; passiag through the wall it came directly on the bell wire, and passed out near the bell-pull in a most uncere monious manner, tearing the door from top to bot tom. Out of fourteen rooms in the house, only two es caped injury. There were seven persons in the house at the time it was struck, not one of whom was injured, with the exception of Mrs. liurgiu The roof, the west side and east L, show the in gre«s and egress of the electricity, and it is sur prising that the house did not take lire, as a barn a few rods distant, was enveloped in Haines in a mo moment. Our RelatioiNs with sj-ain.—The Washing ton correspondent of the N. Y. Journal of Com. merce, writes : Tbe government of Spain has given an answer to our Minister, Mr. Dodge, upon the several points he was instructed to present to that government, for the settlement of past and the prevention of future difficulties. This government urged, first, the establishment in Cuba of some tribunal or au thority whereby questions of au irritating nature arising between citizens or authorities of the United States, and tbe authorities of Cuba migbt be speedily settled, without the delay and embar rassment of a reference of the subject to the home government at Madrid. Second, our government ask for the removal of certain restrictions and embarrassments from the commerce oi our citizens with Cuba: and, Third, for the adjustment of the claims of Ame rican citizens upon the Spanish government for spoliation and wrongs committed upon them by Cuban authorities at various times. In regard to tbe first demand, the Spanish Gov ernment replies, through Mr. Dodge, that it eannot depute imperial authority to any of its officers in Cuba, for that would be tantamount, it says, to rendering the island independent of the Spanish crown. Concerning the second point, the government of Spain promises to enter into reasonable arrange ment*. Bnt as to our reclamations, Spain demurs. The present government could not allow tbein without hazarding its popularity, and giving offence to tbe country. I nder the late administration, the Black Warrior claim was admitted and p*id, to the ex tent of forty thousand dollars, and It was a sub ject of earnest reprobation in the Cortez, and no more such concessions will be readily made. Product of Virginia Land.—The Freder icksburg News gives the following as a specimen of the productiveness of Virginia land: A Spottsylvania farmer in Jaae 'J4, planted .'lO,- 000 tobacco plants upon six acres of land, which yielded him nine thousand pounds of tobacco. He sold at an average of 911 per hundred, which amounted to Iu October '54 he sowed the tame six acres in whest snd reaped twenty bush els per acre in June 1£55, which he sold at to! per bushel—making £240 In all tI.&JO profit on six acres of Spottsylvania land in twelve months.— Besides stable manure be used salt and plaster and 100 pounds Peruvian Duinos, and IGo pounds Mex ican guano per acre—costing about j.er acre.— lu Caroline this year, we learn that $1 ,">OO was tbe net profit on eight acres in tobacco. Robert Baird,father of tbe editor of the Wrs." era Christian Advocate, died at Zanesville, Ohio, on tie &id inst. The small county of Greensville, in this Statr, Ms contributed tbe sum of tret* hundred daUart o aid tbe emigrant* who wtU soou leave that setrtku •» r Hsosas. TELEGRAPHIC news. KIPORTRDFOB TH B DIRPAT OH ItenluUMf mf tk* New Vark DniMnMe C'MrraliM. » STRACMK. N V, Jo' 7 31 —Tho Soft Conven tion yesterday fased with the Hards. After loaf discussion. a joint committee waa nominated.— A mai* J. Parker,waa nominated for Goven*>r. To-day Judge Vanderbllt waa nominated for Lt Governor. and Addtaon Gardiner and David L Sey mour, Electors at large. WaiklßftM Jtema. Washi*oto!», July 31 —The (team frigate Min nesota, now anchored off Alexandria, will leavs on Friday for Philadelphia, under (team alone. The number of land warrant* Issued aince the late law ia 156,000, covering nearly 19.000,000 of acrea. Total isssued aince July lit, ia 9000. CaifßMiaßal. WASHINOTOS, July 31. —Senate.—The Senate passed a bill amendatory of the bill for defraying the expenses of Indian hostilities in California. It alao passed 16 Western River and Harbor im provement bills. Hon. J. W. Geary, of Pennsylvania, was con firmed Governor of Kansas. /louse.—The Kansas ejection case was taken up. Mr. Wasbbnrne, of Maine, admitted that neither Whitfield nor Reeder were legally elected, bat as the latter had received more votes than the former, he tho Hou*e to admit him to the seat now occnpied by Whitfield. Mr. Smith, of Tenn., inquired whether might or was to prevail in this >raae. Mr. Waabburne said the Honse was competent to admit either. Mr. Stephens of Ga, replied, deprecating the course of that party which could thus trample on the rights of the people guarantied by the Consti tution in the case of Mr. Sherman's amendment to the army bill, prohibiting the poeple of Kansas from carrying arms for self-defence. Mr. Sherman, from the Kansas Investigating Committee, replied to Mr. Oliver's minority re port, sn-1 endeavored to snstain the truth of the majority report Mr Savage declared the whole transaction an assault on j aat ice and truth. He said that instead of facts, the majority rpport contained the grossest misrepresentations and talsehoods, not to say per jury—entitled to no credit whatever. The whole statement was a great Munchausen. He de nounced the Emigrant Aid Societies—their sup porters and abettors. Mr. Oliver, of Mo , followed, defending the mi nority report. He said the House would be lost to a sense of justice and decency, if it admitted Reeder. . The Clerk of tba House then commenced to read a .'statement from Gov. Reeder, who is sick in Philadelphia, but the House adjourned bef&ro iu conclusion. From Alcxico. New Orleans, July 28—Advices have been received at this city from Monterey to the 15th in stant. Vidian has refused to surrender, and has detied Comonfort A fight was expected. The Drought on the Seaiioard.—The Nor folk Herald complains of the drought, and says so piessiug it the demand for water in some loca lities that ci-tems in which it is held in reserve for the tire department, have been broken into in or der to obtain this indispensable article for drink ing. The cistern nnder the pavement in front of the Trenbyterian church, was thus forcibly open ed by ripping up the hatch of the main-hole on Tnasday. A The Argns hears from a gentleman just arrived from the ltoanoke region in Virginia, that the drought is most severe and that planters who ex pected a thousand to fifteen hundred barrels of corn from their land will, from present appear ances, barely make one buudred. Tornado in Sueeolk —Ou Tuesday between one and two o'clock, the town of Suffolk was visit ed by a tremendous gust of wind, which blew down Mr. I'ruden's carriage-bouse, (over the bridge) crushing bis carriage and buggy to pieces, and killing a horse. It also blew down two or three small shanties at the upper entrance of the town, and blew down a number of trees along Main street, and from those which withstood its violence it tore off large limbs and scattered them to an immense distance. The gust, we rejoiea to learn, was followed by a heavy rain which poured down incessantly for half an honr.—.VorfM J/ur old Arraignment or Arrison on another in dictment— \Ym. Arriuon was brought into court at Cincinnati on Wednesday, and arraigned by the prosecuting attorney on a charge of a mur der of Catharine Allison, in the first degree. The prisoner, during the reading of tlie indictment, preserved a composedjlook.aud after it was through Judge Key replied on his behalf that his plea was "not guilty." COLD —A t tlie "Tip-Tap House" Mount Wash" ington, N. 11., ou the night of the fith inst, ice formed to the thickness of an inch. It is, howev er, an /ce-olatcd situation. Geo COOKMAN, father of the Rev. George G Cookman, formerly chaplain to the Senate of the United States, and who was lout in the steamship President, died recently near Hull, Eng. Sad Railroad Accident—Wednesday after noon Mr*. Callahan, her daughter and grandchild, resident! of Corduville, Mass., were run over and killed on the Boston and Worcester Railroad. pOUHHBE ST. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. W. A. RENNIE, Instructor. The location of this School, at Saunders' Hall, in rear of the Third Baptist Church, ii convenient to Shockoe Hill and its Western vicinity, and is also de sirable for being retired. The roomi are comfortable and well arranged, having been built expressly for school purposes. * The design of this School is to prepare boys for College or ordinarv business. It will be composed of three elassee: Inf. Rudiments; 2d. English Branches; 3d. Higher English, with Latin, Mathematics, and Book-Keeping. It is hoped that experience and for mer success will be esteemed a sufficient guarantee for success in future. The next session will begin on the loth September, and end l-sth July, 18.57. TERMS: Ist class, per session of 10 mouths $25 00 2d do do de do 35 00 3d do do do do 40 00 [Payable quarterly.! Persons wishing to see the subscriber, will please leave their names at Mr. D. J. Saunders' store, haad of Broad street. *■ W. A. RENNIE. ANU ««■«■ J H. BINFORDTT. W. T. BAILEY, 3 Associ *te PnnclptU. .k n « e, 7 gne open * School oh MONDAY, # 111 ? l** 6 and COBL *modiou« Room* on 7th street, formally known as the City Springs In stitute. They design opening a School of the high est grade, where boys will be thoroughly and accu rately prepared either for the University or for any of our College*, or fitted for the buvinuse of life it ®PJ? ciai _J tlenti °o will fee bet*'owed upon the Eni luh Department, aa it it considered to be too much neglected. The services of an experienced and competent Pro fessor of Modern Languages will be secured. TERMS : [ Payable leiui-annually in advance—Session OJ moo. j English Branches.... $40 00 Latin and Higher Mathematics 50 00 Oreek 10 00 •July 25th, 185 C. Mr. W. T. Bailey graduated at fi. M. College with honor, in Juue la*".. He propoae* to Aevote himself to School Teaching I cheerfully and confi dently recommend him for acholarihip and high mo ral character, and with nine experience in the huai neatof teaching and motive* to enterprise. I have no doubt be will meet the expectations of ail reasons bie patron*. Wm. A. Smith, Pres't of Randolph Macon College. Mr J H. SiNFOBO i* a graduate of the University of Virginia, aad haa been successfully engaged in leaching during the laat four years, both in Eastern and Wcatern Virginia. Testimonials from tlie Pro fessors of 'ha University of Virginia and bis patrtns. as to bis capacity and qaalitications, can he seen, if desired, by ca'liog at Msaar*. Binford it Porter's Cabi net Wart rooms, Franklin aireet. J H. BINFORD, an I—2tawlmtstawlm W. T. RAILEY, A. B. JIFFKIIBUN .UAL.K IAI'AOK«V Title Inrnation, located on 25th. between Clav and Leigh streets, Church Hill, will bs opened lor the re ception of Pnpiis abut the midJle of September ne * t \.. ln to the ordinary English branches, we will teach the Classics and the Mathematics, and intend to make the Institution worthv of public pa. tronage. " Our petrone may feel assured tbat each pupil will receive our special attention. For particulars la quire of either of tbe uudvrrigned . jt 1 W PF.TH ER BRIDGE, au I—dim- THOS. H. JONKS **» 1 PU'KLKU uVnthmk-h -mall lot oi the finest kind received this day and for "i*V _ . THE ARBOUR, "* 1 Corner Main aad 12th straets. I\OTiCK.-T». iatereat due ike lag July J V ? tJo * r * ot 'ed Boads of tbe Chesapeake aad Ohio Canal Company, win ha paid aa applies tioix>Q ilkd i(ttr tiiii date. _ , . WILLIAM A MONCURE. 2d Aud'r Bawod Auditor*• Offlje, Aug. |, If#. tu i-.j t DIBD, rw the morning of the fill of Jllji JOHN H■< H and Mary U. Hoiiw, aged 3 *■* aVdTmy little Job.., r». Mv darling lefant fled; Aad (■ »T littl. Joh-ny # To »«mb«r with U»# 4«m- AtkarmMiM*.!' this city. oaths Slat Instant. Wn SARAH W. DAVIES, of Amharit county, is will pi— COPT ißHuwr'r. at aTngMnu of Col. J. U,U Dnreit Ida, thou hMt toft f< And thy loss we deeply feel. But'tii God that hath bereft aa, . f He cm ell onr sorrow beaL -o At hie father's reside M*. in tbo cour ty of Chw t«rfield oo Tuesday. ths»th insfant, at 1 o'clock in tho mernmf, JUDSON. the onlvson of FmmvU Jams* T. Winston, M»<l » months. ThEHTINY DKMIIMSTRATKD'~Praf«' \J sorL 8 respectfully in forma theladiesand gen tlemen of Richmond and vicinity, that information will be given in all the affairs relating to life—such as sickness or health, wealth, love, marnagejoaroeya, law suits, difficulties in bns.neaa, absent riches, legacies or estate, and all concerns of iif»— Any person wishing to know a true and ment of all things-past present and futore-Biusj bring or send their age Apply in Adam s \ alley,-2d hou£ from corner of 16th, on Poplar street opposite Lancas»erial School, over the creek, No. 2, Ftof. L on the d<*r. , Tcrms—so cents each. . gy Ail kinds of distempers cured in quick time, an I—lm* MUST i»K HOLU-Aad that withsat de lay, a new and commanding atoek ofTJonse keepin* Hardware of every description. Rllver Plated Brittaonia and Block Tin Goods; Table and Pocket Cutlery; Bathing Apparatus: Water Coolers: Ice Cream Kreezers; Wood and Willow Ware, Fancy Articles. Ac. Purchasers now hsve an opportunity of supplvirg themselves with these, among many other articles, at low prices to the subscriber, and must be so* te close the % mILUAn —sTvASTXfnrPttlNclFKTnuiAiwr«r the following clauses, viz: - » REGALIA. PREMADOS. LONDRES MILLER, COMMUR. PANETELA and OPERA' Also - inrkey and Virginia Smoking Tohaccoj Vir ginia Chewing Tobacco; Meerschaum. Cydroli', Bo hemian. Oenoise and Powhatan Pipes; Amber, Pearl. Cherry, Zebra and Jessamin* Stems; Meerschaum and Amber Cigar Tubes—and all ether articles in the To bacco line, can he had of CHARLES RICHARDSON, Importer of and Dealer in Havana and Principe Cigars, American Hfftei Buildinx, i tf Corner of Main and 11th streeta. — Veaterday in my atore, a small 1/ sain of money, which the owner can get by de scribing the same and pacing for th f s advertisement. * THEO. ROBERTSON'S, na -1 2t* No. 145 Main at MlAlj.-The uudereligiicd hiviag entered j ioty partnership for the sate of CLOVER HILL COAL, are prepared to fill orders promotly and at the lowest nrices. JNO. WILLIAMS, au I—eodfit P. H- GIBSON. \|ANIJKK».— i>ly carls are again ready Lvl to haul, at short notic**coal ashes or other ma nures. Address roe, through my Box, at the door of Lipscomb's Livery Stable, en 2nd street. N. F. BOWE. an I—law 3* rsriSBBD BAPTIHT As»OCIA AMtJBMRK3 TION MEETINGS—To be held at Salem Church. Chesterfield County, near the Half-way Station, on the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, on Saturday, the 2d, Sunday, the 3d, and Monday, the 4th of August. PersoDs going from Richmond to attend the above meetings, are hereby informed that the train* will leave Richmond as follows : On Saturday, at 5$ and 8} A. M. and 3 P. M. On Suodsy, at 8J A. M. and 3 PM. On Monday, at 5} and 8£ A. M. and 3 P. M. Returning, the trains will leave the Half-way Sta tion on each of the above days, for Richmond, at CI P M. Tickets will be issued, to go and return, for 75 cent* the round trip, each good until Tuesday, the sth, in clusive. THOS. DODAMEAD, Supe. inter) dent. Otice R k P. R. R. Com'y, ) July 3<>th 1856. 5 nil I—2t UUA\», ATI'KNTIUN. —Attend a re *nlar Company Drill, at Lafayette Hall, on thie (FRIDAY) evening, at 8 o'clock, punctually. By order of Capt. El.iott. JNO. T. ROGERS, Orderly. SPECIAL NOTICE.—At a quarterly meeting of the Grays, held at Lafayette Hall, on the evening of the 2otb July, the following alteration of thejfth art, 6th sec , of our Bye-Laws, wss unanimously adopted: Any membnr missing four contecutiv reyular driUt, shall be notified by the Orderly of the fact, and upon his neglectin* to make a gecd and sufficient excuse therefor, shall be expelled from the Company. By order. WM. IRA SMITH,. f «'i I —lt Secretary. XDttIUDICAL. NOTIC K.—The members ot the Grand Grove of Virginia,- United Ancient -Order of Druidst, ha members of Liberal Grove, end all bteth ren of the order, in good standing, are in vited to meet the members of Metropolitan Grove, in their hall. THIS EVENING, at 6 o'clock. t» con fer in regard to matters of importance to the order, acd to partake of a colla ion and refreshment, that will be furnished them. au 1— It Bv order of the COMMITTEE. AKAKK CfIANCK la sew ofiered thoae who may wish to purchase Furniture at private sale, consisting of Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room Furniture. Also, a Cooking Stove and Patent Re frigerator. The Furniture is of very superior quality, just as good as new; for it has only been in use two months, with great care Those who may wish to purchase good Furniture at low prices, will do well to call immediately at the CAPITOL HOUSE, 2d door from 9tli, on Main street. The honse iselso for rent. au I—Sl* W 'lITUHtI,U MACON.—426 pieces Ba- con, hog round, White's curing, for sale by WOMBLE k CLAIBORNE, »u 1 No 11 Pearl st I HUUS. SIDES AMU SIIUULUKKN; 10 tiercss sugar-cured bagged Hams For sale by WOMBLE k CLAIBORNE, au 1 No. II Pearl st. PUKE KU>1..»50 bbln, (Unfilled to our order, pure, tji Tobacconis's; for aale, to arrive, hy WOMBLE fc CLAIBORNE, au 1 No. 11 Pearl st. HORSE FOR SALE..-A flrst rate yft'ding and Buggy HORSE, perfectly gentle and sold for no fault. Apply at Lee t Over ley's stables, or to C. Watkias, at Smith Rhodes k Co.'s. an I—at* MFOR RENT.-A large Warehouse on the Dock. Possession given immediately. ALSO FOR SALE—A front FEW in St. Paul's Church. au I —dim OEO. P. PALMER. va TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS RE -OSF WARD—Ran away from Mr Jacob S. Atlee, en the 18th instant, a negro man named GA- Jw BRIEL, a Blacksmith by trade, about 30 yeara •iJLaof age, black and pretty stout in size, end hear ing tee marks of small-pox The above reward will be paid for bis delivery to me, in Richmond, or to Mr. Jacob 8. Atlee. an 1-dts |RO. .1. CHRISTIAN. IIOARO IN THE COUNTRY.—The an D dersigned has established a Public House at Dow dall, in Spottsylvama, near the eld Chancelloreville Hotel (which has been converted into an|Acadeoij), and can accommodate eight or tan Boarders veiy comfortably. The locality is on* of the healthiest in Virginia—the air and water pnre and delicious.— My price it only half what is cha-ged at the watering placee, viz : six dollars per week, children under 10 years of age and servants, half price. There is a Post Office on the spot and a daily mail. aug I —ts P. B. DOWDALL. VUtlSli MVt»ON UULUKN CHOi'.—Xtiia 1 la the finest Tea grown in China. It ia of the first piekmga, and escela a 1 other Green Tea*for ir« delicacy and Savor, strength and aroma. Price 01,50 per pound. The aubaeriber iiaa for sale TEAS of every erica, from 50 ceuta to £1-50 per pound. They are pat up in leaden covers. to preserve their strength, flavor and fragrance. He has all kinda of Oreen and black Teas, which he retail* at wholesale pncea, dene ud in I and 1 pound package* tf. P. BKMPLE, Druggist, *° 1 Main st. C'O.M.MOM PAUI MNft, ikc.-Jsst S. > ceived Common Palm Fans: Patent Belts ito. kc. ' K»ther ' CHAB. HARTWELL It CO |_| ANUbO.UK PLAIU »1A.1i.«5.-Our ss. RA sortment of Plaid Silks is very good, and we afe selling them at very low prices. * *. nl C. HARTWELL k CO. A OMI MNTRATOK'S MUTIC All wd j gainst the estate of Ber nard Weinman, deceased, are hereby reaueeted to !u wl* 10 m ° for ana all debts due the said Weietuan, nut be paid to me so 1 BERNARD PLACEMAN. - '- a'm* Adm'r of B. Weteman. dse'd. nMIIMID'S INDIA CUULAUOUUK^ „t h.r kfi* V * r ' remedy for Fever and Ague aad other bilou* dUeeeee, for sale by . J. W. POLLARD, 1 ' Droggist, 17th treat. UuytMUA« VMMKhT- For meading broken Oisee, Chiaa, Wood aad •*»rj description of fiaoy articles, for sale bv . , JNO. W. POLLARD, " 1 Druggist. I7ta street. UML.L.INU UFF AT I'Udt.- TlraaSwH -2 H^R^W^d^Tt^T" The attention of the trad* is pertlenUrly called to the above notice. THOU. A. RUST, ftu I—m BfBdAL HUIIUM | g3 aa i—ls* . Agent. K^aT f i , Tb!r , H on*f lElaetor for the "tats, will address tkeeUiseDS of this (FAIbAY, ovoaiagi at th. Afneen Charch. " J " MrHkMkM QUI sSkIotS tS2'.HSL t £!l r*zs"" *- "^Tfesiii.w~ ° f .uffit' Secretary. mahtith HEWS PORT Of RICHMOND, J sly 31. ■IS! WATSa THIS OAT AT 31 O'CLOCK. ARRIVED, jjchr E Bell. Rowe, Rappehaanock, wheat, L N W |fcbrWm k Alonsto, Watson, Nansemond, shells to C *Sloop Aid, Foster, Nansemond, shells to captain. SAILED, Schr Henrico, Scraatoa, New York, mdze, D k W C Schr O K Adams, Finney, dowa the river, light, gchr Leave, Fogg, down the river, light. ARRIVED AT CITY POINT. Ship Muscongus, F W Carter master, from rhila delphia, ia ballast te Palmer A Clopton. DHi»ULU THIN.—The Co-partnership •! HAX ALL k CO. was dissolved on the let mat., by the withdrawal of B. W. HAXALL. ' K. B. HAX ALL, W. H HAXALL, B. W. IiAXALL. Richmond, Ju!y 31st, 1856. CO-PABTNKKMHIP.-The Mlllluc kual ness will be continued by the undersigned, unaer the same styIe—HAXALL * CU-u formerly- JL vi MA A W. H. HAXALL, T. B. GRUMUY. Richmond. July 3!s». 1856 »■» 1 ~* iw i 1 actus CACTI/» oKIKTN: j aat received by express, a email lot ot \M»ite and Colored Cactus Skirts, at K. GOLDBMIT 3 Cheap Store, an 1 2U5 Broad HUOP WUACfcBUi-aJkS! Ueep Whsls bonss ! —Juat received, a full assortment of long Wbolebonas, some three yarda in length. an 1 E QOLDttMI T ?"5 Broad st. IUNUUA fOMTKR-itaarts and piats, in -J fine order, new landing aud for e*ie by SELDEN k MILLER, j T 30 Corner Pearl and Cary streeU. |«AK»KILIiKH Ol Ij—Freali and la floe if X order, just landed and for sale by SELDEN k MILLER. jy so Corner Pearl and Carv streets. UItSU rKACHfcM and Mountain BUT* TICK— For sale by SELDEN & MILLER, jy 30 Corner Pearl and Cary streets. OLUATft'>S PALK SOAP and PKAKL STARCH —Just landed and for sale by BELDEN k MILLER, jy 30 Corner Pearl and Cary streets j. AIILCU COW A>I>CALF AT PRIVATE SALE.—We bave tor sale, privately,a splendid young Cow and Calf, sMfiSSHMraised in the city. If net disposed of by Saturday, will be sold atpubllc euatiou. Apply to jy 31 LARUB k SHINT. UK. AUUIAUTON U*rH<ta« M ate,) Dentist, manufacture* Teetk ex* UTrWVMpressly tor each particular case. Kull 1 ' I J ' sets of Teeth, or any parts of sets, made with artificial Onms, in one continuous or solid piece. The eost is the tame a* sin no Teeth shaped in moulds in large numbers, and sold for general use. Dr. A. also extracts, fills and cleanses Teeth, be sides restores the gum and mouth to a healthy con dition. Office on Main street, second square above the Banks. jy 31 LMIU HIKK—A young WUMA.N, wltk htr F first child, about 7 months old. The child is verv healthy, bos never been sick. She is a good NURfcE and HOUSE SERVANT. The hire wMI he made mod*rate for a good home. Apply at this office, jy &>-B'* HOUMK ANI> »iUN PAINTIMi, UI.AZ INO, be. iiC.-The subscriber, in consequence of the late destruction of his Paint Shop by fire, has fitted up, on Mayo street, near Odd Fellows' Hall, a new and commodious Shop, where be is prepared, with competent hands, to execute any work in his line of business, which shall be done in the beat manner with pure materials, and at prices to suit.— He respectfully solieit* a |continuance of the patron age of his old friend* acd the public generally, in town and oountry. He promis** to us* his best en deavors to give satisfaction to those who may employ bim. B. T. CHALK, Painter, ke , jv3o—lm* Mayo street. LWMIIiV ANUKXTUA KLOIK-Inbur -1 rels, half barrels and bags, for sate by , jy 33 * J. J. FRY. r pil EK.YIO.»IKTKK»—Very accurate und X cheap; for sale by LAIDLE i It ROBINSON, Chemists, jv 31 4th and Franklin sts. MOliA»Slitt.~so bhds. Cuba .Uascevado Molasses. For sale by jv 30 CHAS. T. WQRTHAM k CO. HKAIiIM* CANS*—J oat re< eivrd £7 a lot of Spratt's self sealinc Cans, for Preserving Fruits. GEO. J SUMNER, jy3f> No. 20 Pearl (treat. IfW| ÜBLH. No. 3 MKDiIiU JiACRIi -lUU REL— For sale by jy 23 WM. WALLACE k SON. /MAUIIAM*, tiIKUHAHS-Keeelved a VI superior lot of Ginghams, which 1 am selling at ISJ e s. per yard, much below the importation price. Also, Black and White Glnghama, superfine, going at 1 shilling per yard, at AUGUSTUS MAIt/ERT'S jv 28 No. 41 Main et UUTbli UiUNIMIIftSES. J—Twe Omni basses, made by John Stwengon. N. York, with harness complete, for sale cheep. Apply to THOS. W. KEESEK, jy 33 No. 20 Pearl street. TJKK(,'IC» CHUICK BIJWAU. CUtttlD HAMS—for sale by jy SI THOMAS JONES t CO. Of I Hhde. FliliHb BHUtLUbHR AMI OU SlD£:S—for sale by j, 31 THOMAS JONFB It CO. UAKDKM'H HORSE POWDERS -The XA best article f.ur horses and cattle in use For sale by jy 31 F. J. PICOT. Blasting powder, jsoo krg», Sporting Powder, 6(K) kegs; for sale at reduced pi ices by DAVENPORT. ALLEN U CO. HERRING'S SAFES. - F 1 RE, BUR GLAR AND roWDER PROOF.-We have a tine assortment of these invaluable Satks Mer chants, Lawyers and others wbe have \aluab!e Books. Papers, Jewelry, fc«, may secure them irani loss by Fire or Bnrglare \y placing them In one of "Her ring's Safea." Call ai Stationers' Hall, No. 21, Pearl ,lr *«£- B. W. KNOWLES, ■>* 3 «~ 5t Agent. UAL.M OF A TXIOL'SANE FLOWERS-- For cleansing the teeth, for beautifying the con plexion, for shaving, for the toilet, curing diseases of the skin, tc. aale by DUVAL k. NORTON, . _ Druggists and Chemists, JT 30 8. E eemer 10th and Matn.ta. PATENT L\:n PITCH to. Kit—A eapplyof X Britannia an d Silver Plated Double lee ritchirs, just received, fo rsale by STEBBINS k PULLEN. PUJtH BttilNDY.. tf halt pipe. Jamea Heuneaaey ] <raudv, vin'age* 1846. IMS and 1849, fcrsaleby DUNLOP, MONCURE It CO. J J 28—lw If LUtK-VVe will make a llai* a. Ed quantity of Family Floor at our mill. Per son* wanting wil I please orders. jv W—lot DUNLOP MONCURE <1 CO. ABAKK Aflll fUOKI-|'AUL.K INVKHT- MtNT—OO,OOO IX BOX I) 8 OF THE RICH MONI). FREVARICKSBVRG JXI) POTOMAC RAILROAD CC'MPAXY, bearing an intaraat of 7 per rent, the principal redeemable in 1875, and con vertible Into of the Company at the pleasure of the bolder.—' fhe eubsoriboia are authorized to receive until the 10th. day of July next, when the aaroe will be opened, ia*M propoaal* for the whole, or any portion, of <*• loan of •*IO,OOO, authorised by the Stockholder* of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Conipaay.at their late anneal meet ing. No bill will be considered at a laaa rate than par, aad toauc/i extent as they may be acoepted bid der* will reeoieethe b«nds of the coupaay, payable 00 the Irt of Jilj, 1F75, bearing aa intereat of 7 per cent.,payable ei ml-aunually, at the office of the com pany in theeity of Richmond, and convertible at the pleasure «f tha ihelder into stock of the company. For the information of the public, it le deemed proper to *ut<» tiat, by tit* express provisions of the charter of th« company, alt divideade upon iu stock, and all protita anting from It* work, are exempted from any tax -whatsoever; aad as during the whole period of it* operations— now Mere than twenty year* -the average of dividend earned aad paid'by the M«paay has exceeded C 1 per cent.. a'ter a deduction of every itata of expenditure ia the way of working !sff T' "i »• weeoaable to iafer the? wltb the expandkare of the loaa authorised la the farther i«pr oveeseat of their work, the stockholders wUI receive a greatly iacreeeed return apoa their ia coaeepoently aßord to the parobseers of the boads aow offer ed a auoag ladueemeat for the conversion oS the same into stool of thelo««eiv nlXm tHaHJT lo "h ¥>1 A"Uar taferana i® rtfird! to th# Maltnci of wi cttmmbt, tad tfco aadoubtad eecurity of the loaa aew otfstad,apply JksudeMiMi * RO. H. MAURYfc ccf in AMtWBMB UTS. 'QUMcmr* /citTcuccsT"' —"" WH. C. HAXAHif, ProprteUr. 13, M, 15 mod Mffc. T ' *■<* FOB FOUR DAYS ONLY! hJlf^rtS* 11 " 10 " * 6t *' CWMf# * «•"»* mdlle, franck vie, <The Star of the WarU ) Madame BHOWTEB. (The eelebrated Mwp »4 Tmiumi D , h> . W. O'DELL, (The great Trick and Iwu Rider of the Ac*.) J. BHOWLEB, (Tbe Hareata* of tb* Anna.) Tha Veedeea Brothar*. POSTER ui womi SON 5 Mmtar CHAS. SHAY, and a bore Ulaot, will appear. " tW 'or particular! *aa Bill*, ia principal Hot.u ao 1 —dISt WANTS, WANTK D.—F«r the Houta Carpantar, with a annul f.mi 1 T t,'.* rids at Magnolia, la tight of Richmond. H* bare eharactar. energy and intelligence, and ba will iaf eitbar to work at hi* trada on nay own ptopert* ar *apariatend my farm operation*. Such a man ma* nlkr joan>afß>an'* wage*, and barn a koeae, milk and other extra'* farnlabed him Apply by Utter with rafaranca, thr-uth Richmond fo*t Offiea, ar bt Box, at Lipaeomb'* Li vary Stable, 1 N. F. BOWK. anf I—lawSt U7AINTKU-WIIT health? I' geateel young woman to act ia the above ea pacity. will be rendered comfortable with Hbenl waaeao—one without iacambrance preferred—by a* plication to thl* office. 4 aa I- tr \*7ANTHt>, A »KKVA,\r.»U w,|»7 »» honeat colored mma wanted for the balance ar the year, aa rORTER in my More. #f an I—3t WH r. BUTLER. 79 Mai* *r. \X7ANTKO - Marble, Granite and Briwa \ t Stone Cutter*. Apply to JOHN W. DAVIES, Marble, Oranite and Browa Stone Work* eu l-3t Mai a. between Bth and 9th at*. A N *P It l»—six r»er*i»nta far Diaiac Room aod one Cabin Maid, for the Mw*et Spring*. Apply at an »-• 8t H W. FRY"*. \I7ANTKD, lAUIifUIAriILV-slx er N M tirat-rate CARPr.NTERS. None but tke *ar» boat need apply Inquire GREEN A ALLEN, Carpenter* aad Builder*, Cery *treet, between an I—t* llth and iifth. n»xt ro Alex. Outal'i. ANTKO-Wl gea<l jsMraey men Henae CARPENTERS aad two tfath and Blind" ~ kera. Apply to JACOB MARTIEN. It 90—-st" Manchester. VVANTKO, HTOKAIiK—The bulk it 3,000 bbl*. can be itored at my w*rehou«, o* the Dock, whence it can be put aboard canal boat* or veaael* free of oharge- A. 8. LEI. jy 29-'( s. > WAATKUmlmairilliittlr a lew JHL active, able-bodied YOUNG MfcN, forth* ID) United State* Dragoou*, to *err* *a iho _C! 2£ South Western frontier' For further in formation apply *t the "Mounted Rearaitini Rendu, voue," Franklin atreet. opporite Metropolitan Hall, between 9o'clock. A M.. and 6 P. M. B. H. ROBERTSON, lat Lt S Dra'ca, j*23.-lm* Recrnitins Otfuer. WANTKU-K AiiS .— The eabecrlber hi anxion* to purchaae Rata in large cr •nia!l quan titie*. f >r which the higheit caah price will be paid — He canal way a be found at hi* (tore, on 17th *tr**t, between Broad and Marahall. PHILIP TOPPIN. A*'t Refer*, by permiision, to 3. M. Conrad, £«<].; Ve**r*. Tbos. Jones It Co; Win. Hurler, Esq.. *Mi M**sr*. P. T Woo re fc Co. I*2B—lm* WANThII-By n young nan it nittixtion in tome business where he eou'd make hiinaelf generally uaeful; one who ha* bad an exnenene* ofaev* era! year* in mercantile bu*inea*. Beat of references given from hi* laet employer Apply t* WILLIAM GOULDIN, Agent ard Collector Governor *tre*t, or to SAMUEL J. COTTRFLL, iy2B-lw Main itreet. IXTA.NTKIJ —A geatlrmau, who la a trad T T uat of the Virginia Military Inatitste, and an A. M. graduate of William and Mary College, and who ha* bad eight year* experience in aucceaafnl teach ing, desires a situation in Richmond, cither aa Pna ctpal or Associate, in *ome acbool, or will taka charge of aichool. If arofficient number of *cholari i* engaged. Addr»« TUTOR. Midlothian, Che*ter field eo , Va.,er thie ortieo. jy 26 - 6t* WAISTKII— several nhl»--botllt-»i I.Hbor. cr* for the remainder of the year, to work iu our Mill*. CRENSHAW fc. KISHKR. jy 26—tf WANTKU-l wNh lo employ 30 coed hand* to lay Track on the line of tbe Richmond, Frederickibnrg and Potomac Railroad, about rhirty *even mllo* from Richmond Apply at thia office. WM. N. BRAGG, Supt. Office R. F. k R. R. Co , > Richmond. Jnly 22. > jy S4—ts U/ANTKB-To rent or lea**, with a pro*- » y pect of baying, a large and handsome House, with not le*« than from 8 to 12 good room* and accom modation* for (errant*. One with oaei'ND, stable and carriage bona* preferred—located between Mam and Leigh street*. and 12th and 2d atreet* Poa**aai<A will be taken at any time by tbe 15th September.— For information, apply to Mossr*. HARROLD k MURRAY, Bookstore. Broad atre»t. Thi* adrar ti*ern*nt i* iniertedJbelieving there may b* some per* •on* who might rent or cell who will not adrtrtiae. iy 24—t* U/ANTKB-Two food WAfciONKUB for y y the remainder of the year. j T a 4 CRKNBHAW fc CO. X\T ANTED—To hire for the balaore of the rr year,* few able-bodied NEGROES, far *«- face operation*, at the Coke Mine*, my 27—t* JOHN J. WERTH, Agent. LOST. LOST— On Tueailay, the ilNth leat., n pnlr of GOLD BPF.CTACLKB, marked O W. Wil«r. The finder will he liberally rewarded by leavlaf them at the Diipatch office, or at R. C. HOWL'S Fnrnimre Store aa I—-It* 0»T Betweea .'lr. Jan. AllroY an Broad atreet. and 28th (treat, I ehild'i OOLD SLEEVE LOOP, marked "J. N. W„" for which » liberal reward will be paid if left at thia oSce. an I—3t* I OMT~Ob Ike M*f .lilf. betweti litllk i-J and Duval (treat*, my FREE PAPER# Tke tinder will receive • reward of one dollar by ietnag them at tbu office WM. BINFORD, au I—lt* A Free Men of Colar. U. S. MAI I* STkAMSHir ROANOKE leavea City Point SAT URDAY morning, at 9 o'clock, for ■■■■p NEW YORK, via Norfolk. Paeeengara desiring to take tbia cheap and eomfort able route to New York, quit leave here by u* re teraborc car*, at H o'clock Saturday moraing. Ticket* and bertie (ecured at oar office, South «M of the Baein. Paaaage to Naw York, including Meal* and State room only $10. Steerage paaaage oulv jy 31-2t LUDLAM L WATSON f'KNUN* VBKNCM L.AJtTi«|tE " * PILLS, for Gout: for aale by LaIDLEY It ROBINSON. jy 31 Chemiata, 4th and Krankhaau CKNI'INK KNULISH HOOP**'® FILLS—For aale by LAIDLEY k ROBINSON, jy 31 Chemiata, 4th and Franklin «M --jJltknli TA.UA Kl ftl>f»- far fjle ky I LAIDLEY fc ROBINSON, jy 31 Cbemiata. 4tb aad FraakKa eW-_ 1> ATKNT *TAKI U—Which to "•*V^ * oat boiling, *od impait* a beautiful polub l« »• fine good*; for Mi* by LAIDLEY 4 ROBINSON, jy 31 Cb«mi«U. 4th «od franUm I AWNS AND Li p*r steamer, a nice lot of Lawn* *t I*4 et "*T* Jaconot* >! 000 ihilliog. The* too& **i"» worth doable tits money. AI»o, a Bie* ' 0 ' ®' broidarlM, OtoToo, Mitt*, Hdkf*. Sh**ti»g ho JACOB A. LtVT jy« IS Mf** ICK *■* BritUcii, ana wurmntod to ke«» ie* w *J* r . , tioiiM u long a* not other titeh*r Tbo** who tried them or* uuenimoa* in T fc CO Gtoa* and Proueh Chin* Colofoa hjj** (at Capo and fcw«n, u 1«« Itu jy SI IS3 Main, oomar !**> UATMINU A Pl* ARA T '«• »'!j O Tub*. Alp or Kid*. Shower, Bpoago. » 4D * Shower, Inland and Foot Botha. For jy 31 ZiMMKRMAI^. I# ATM- BlttiNHhM.xLead ««>»,««> w«jfi,a.Rg /UOSINU OUT! CldlhlM) vv good* low In (tor* will bo *Md at W"* 1 ? 7Z. Ctoo*. h 1 to iui«M to r*da«* my *«*•« *V — Jiog ia bow npsti** Tho*» to wont of *«J "fJT to tho wey of Dry «o*d», o*o m* ■oooj by **»"■• •t the Cheap Dry Good* Store _ *eb jrttfcnsr is.".-jJjS jy Ss—to No. » Pew' *■