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THE DAILY DISPATCH.
~ BY J AS. A. OOWABDIN. the Dully Uhpnlrh la nrmd In rnbeerlbert u IIS AND 1 «JUA«T«« CKNTt rca win, payable to ih» Carrie* weeklv f tie* fhr maillot, *4 a year, or §i JO for six months, la advaaoe. Of* The Weekly Dtapaitfe la taaaai wry M> jay, and mailed to snbsoribeie at f 1 par aian. CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS. t HII.DKKNm AND YOU T IL*' CLOTHING.—The subscriber baa bow'the largest and beet eaaortment of CLOTHiNO for Children's and Youths' wear, that ha ever had io offer comnriMßf all (iaea. styles and qualities. I'trfnU and guardiaaa, and all o>h-rsin want of such wonlfleeve much time and trouble by calling immediately ou me, aa I am determined to otfer eve 1, iu<i icemeat to ieaure perfect aatisfactioo, and wilt !J low for eaah, or to punctual eaatomera. J. H KIUDICK. • Na. Ifi-1 Main at., oppoeite the American Hotel, a* 2S—lm* lea K. J» JlrbliKOV, itierrkaal Tailor, Governor Street, a few door* ab«ve Maia, S-Ji Ha* joat received a beau.itul aaaortment of «_l3u GOODS. adapted to gentlemen's wear, con* «.!'.»* of C!cth* and Csstimere* of all eolora, Vel vet*. Silks and Cashmere Vesting* of tbe moat beau tiful <i>eenpti,>n, all of which ba%e been recently ■fleeted by htmae f In the Northern cltiea, aod be is now to execute order* with promptneaa. oo lr „„,r»h!» tfrnil ae 18—2 m T»« ISO TICK.—!'. UfcltlKK «fc HltO. TMER Merchant Talon, No. S6 Main street, J J below the Kt Char!<-a Hotel, are receiving If» their fall and winter stock of goods, consist inj ,>t a large and varied assortment of ft eaeh, Knglish ana tie "nun Cljtha, Kancy Si k Velvets tad Bilk Veet :;u£t le . which we are prrj>arrd to make up to order, in (he iat-aiatv lea. and at abort notice. We also keep (...natantly on hand a tood and general aatertment of ftanionahle Hearty Made Clothing, tnanoiactured by ourselves: g-ntlenien'a furnisiing gooda, boys' end children*' clothing, See , ail of which we aball be happy to farniah to our eaatomera and fHends, oo term* » l ir" ran't fail to r>l«a*e ae 17—lm* BOARDING. BOAK HI Nt» —'» hp HUlmrrlferr Hhh two ▼«. y [i!«!:shq( vacant rooms,suitable forsingle gen tlemen. or tor jcung ladies attending tohool in tba ct • lv stir would l>« pleased, »!»o, to hsve several more I)\Y bOAH.Uk.KS. *nd will use hrr belt enaeavors tc t vt ei tue satisfaction to thus who may favor her wall their pationage. MRS. tt. P PHIPPEN, Over Mrs. Kimpel's, «»• SO—lm On broad above 4th st. 7 «\[it hbt hKtv ilulAK, raraor «f irran- I hn mi i3d streets, will be opened on tbe Ist of October next, under tba superinlti. deuce of Mia. What ion. Families aud day boarders can be comfortably ac commodated. ae 23—2w V(jTI pleaaait roauu, tvilh i) Board, may be bad at the Boarjinf Hou«e of the Mixta MURRAY, on (Jrace. between sth and 6th airects. tbey hsvin* concluded to remain at their pre sent residence A few gentlemen can be accommo dated as day boarder*. ae 9— ta MO VI'I) I Nt» M , UKKMMKD AMI) UN DRESsEi> LUMBER—Belvideae Planing Mills, on Hth »ireet. south of the Basin, in rear of the Pe te rshu r g Hero!..—Planing, of all kinds of lumber, Tioguing sufi liroving done in the best manner — Dressed Kloorirg, 8-4,6 4, 5 4 and 4-4 inch thiak; Shelv ing, Partition aud Car s uif on hand and for sale. Also, Krauie Timber, Oak Fencing, and building ma terials Builder*' Mouldings, sixty different patterns, al ways on lisnd. seS-U.u S.C.ROBINSON. vJ It. I>KNOO> lia* tor snle 600 KnaiuH iled Orate*. Venders and Summer .Pieces, em bracing Square Topped, Circle and Eleptie Pulterns These gra'l-t are of my own manufacture, and shall i,e sold at the lowest prices. Orders from town nod rouutry prompt,y attended to Ths Virginia Me chanics' Institute awarded a silver medal, tbe highest premium, to Sam'l 1). Uinuon for tbe best speci mens ot Orates and fenders. Also, for sale a large stock of Bella, Bias* Brick Moulds, ke Apply at my B»il end Brass Koundry, No. Main street, be tween Bth and !>lh, west side Richmond, Va. jy 10—dm At'AHU.--W«% the underaiKtied, nieui ber* ot the RICHMOND INSTRUMENTAL MUSICAL CLUB, which lies now been in successful operation about ens session under the airection of Mr V. 81.-.ch feeling much graitied at his ability t« a Conductor and Ai ranger, lake great pleasure in recoii-meudingbim to the public, and we hereby cor dially invite the co-operation of those musical ama teurs wiio may be disposed to unite with us from the commencement of our next session, (the Ist of Octo ber.) and aiao later, in order to make this Ciub per manect and worthy 'he countenance of a relined and inlei ieeot community. CUT" Appy to Mr. P. E. Gikbs' Ambrotype Rooms, Corintciao Llail. W. Lsigh Buston, Violino Primo .vsHof, L ; CkA " AR 'i vi « iiDi s^i. J no. J Ksv, Viola. P. E. Gisks, Violoncello. Ji:XSS ! 0. A. Ericsson, Clarinetto Solo. V. BUSCH, Conductor. In ndditioo to the above card, I take pleasure in In formlOE tlii public that a Svujing Society of Ameri can gentlemen is about to Ue foimed, which, after hav ing tern sufficiently drilled by uie, is going to be tuiird with lbs "Richmond 1 instrumental Musis Club," so that both are to be connidered as a Soci* ty, ciiiimating of one Instrumental and cue Vocal sec tion. Gentlemen wishing to join the Vocal division, will please call for information at Mr. I*. E. tiibbs' Am rrotypa Rooms. Corinthian Hall: at Messrs Har rold i. Murray's Book and Music Store; and at my residence, on Back, corner of 11th streets, opposite o.,dam's Hall. OLOF A. ERICSSON, se lo—lm 'I'lib beg leave lo In- A torm their (rends thdt they are receiving from >*niladelphia and New York fresh supplies of KaLL GOODS, and will in a few days have in store their entire stock, which will comprise the best and most complete assortment we have ever had; and all we aak of our friends is lo call and see and examine for themselves, before purchasing elsewhere. We are determined to sail cheap, and give all who may be disposed to patronise us, value received for their mo ney "Quick sales and suiall profits" is our motto. we deem it unnecessary to enamei ate all the arti cles we have on hand. Suffice it to say, we have ev ery thing usually kept in the dry goods lioe. For far ther particulars, call at JOHN L. SMITHER U BRO.'S, se 22—lm No 29 Main st. DUtiUKYT <& AmUfcittSUlV bi*auii- STKRKRS AND PAPER HANGERS, COR NER OK GOVERNOR AND FRANKLIN BTS., invite the attention of their friends aud the public to MieirstockofKAi.fi GOODS, being the beat assort ment they have ever had to offer in Kreneh and Ame> lean Caper Hangings, all qualities; Muslinand Lace Cuitaiuh, Damask and Delaine Curtain Goods, Cornices l/nncs and trimmings for Curtains, Table and Floor Oil cloths. While and Check Coco Matting, Window Shades, Matt/asses, Feather Beds, wuh luaay other urticiea in the line of business, which will be sold or worked up on the most reasonable terms, se 20 -3m. V ALIAHLK "KAKJI t'Oll liAL.ii.--l offer for tale privately my FARM, "Laurel Meadow, situated in the county of Chesterfield, four miles froui Manchester, and one and s half west of tb» Kroad Rock Race Course, containing 540 acres—2oo tre opeu and in a high state of improvement. There is also a large piece of rich meadow land. The ba* ianre is wood, a large portion heavily timbered The improvements consist of an excellent dwell ing-house, negro quarters, stables and barns The b&ma are well supplied with water from a branch, liy means of a small water wheel. There U a ream engine, eight horse power, which drives the thrmhing machine; also a steam saw, grist and plas ter mill. The place is well supplied with good water, and has two fine young orchards, peach and apple, and is one of the most healthy locations in the State. The te.mswill be made accommodating. K»r far ther particulars, apply to myself, on the premises, or to Thomas Taylor, of the firm of Vim-Lew, Taylor 4. Co , Richmond. J. WHITEHEAD. M v P'isi office is Manchester. se 1 1—dlielm I I'aKK CliKAfliJUt to iutorwi my trleurta I an.i tlie public at largo, that every arrangement U made it> ceinmsnee the KKHCINO EXKECIBES, iu my (telle d'Armee, No. 5Sw», Maia street, on the Ist t! October* , ~, Apji'icatioui to be made in ckUisu at my store .(itf Main s'.reet. I'r,, * 5 f ° f ' ° f I AMI WaHHANI«. I wl«b to parcliaa* • ' to till an order. United States Bounty L*nd War iMMied for military «ernce« in the war of 1514 — will pay the fall market BAGB y, so B—| m « 13th St.. ov«r O R. Peske's. jyJ —in IHM M-ertchnnm Cigar Tubes , Amber do Cigar Cases and Cigar Lighters Btat collection ever in Richmond, jast reeelved at CHAJILICS HICHARDSON'S Cigar and Tobacco Store, •* it— ts Amer'can Howl Bnildin*. tMUMKIIIVJ SAKUAINH HAft * * obtained by calling at the established sueap store. Ju»t op*n«d ux cuaes of the cheapest Bleached »ver olrcd ia this eiiy. Tbey were bought «i auction at a tremendoassacrfiee, aad wiH »e soid at atisr following prices: 46 inches wide IJJ <;t» |,rr yard; 8-4 wide at 36 eettu. aad D an 4 10-4 wise »■ i»li i..ju tali early and see ore a pieoe before ti»»v niaajJ sold. ALVItJtU MiJHKH, '< 4 B3 Main street. UAH. WIMIO * " HY is laid otl in sistloes. aad are for eate. U*y on* wishing u> uurcbasn. apply to JO UN JUSO*OkD, Bup't DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. X.-NO. 95. THE DAILY DISPATCH. Tqe.d.y ttfrmlut, Uct.ker », (Mo. ™* Charlmto* Duki—The Olurleaton p*. per. publish additional letter. concerning the late 3t Unkt wben Dp Format, ear rlo<J Mr. Bbettg note to Hoo. A. Q. Migrxth, a*sum. tog the authorship of "A NmlliaerV letter., one of Judge Magratb'a family waa critically 111; nor eould '***• '**'• arreet the dael between Mr. Ta ber and hi* brother, he dispatched to the city the following letter: "At* an, San Jay. th. h.VJt : 1 b **® j o,t received, through the bands of Dr 1 batman, a bote from Mr. JEdmund ■ . •'■%' , ® i og toe that he 1* the author of an article ip the Mercary—that Edward baa challenged Tab»r—invites me to meel him, with the usual cere oiooiee of a challenge * * 1 am graceful to Edward, bet aorry that he chal lenged. Ml the matter be t topped, or stayeel until I ret eh home. " 1 ah ail come down io the car* of Monday; to that I wlil reach the city at 5 o'clock F. <M. My wife 1 wi.l have to bring with me, lor I cannot leave her here. Send word to my houae to have a fire—la any chamber that is carpeted. Verily, theae gentlemen •earn disposed to bunt me to the oeath. '• You • ever, 1 O Higiith." B. R Carroll, to whom the above note waa ad dretaed, publiahea a letter, in which he says: "1 made known Judge Magratb'i wialiea to aeveral of tbe irienda of the gentlemen eniaged in tbe dael, and dlaeovered that tbe time, place and circumatanoea of tbe aame were already known throughout the city. Maaiatratea knew them—eooaervauvea of tbe peaoe knew tbein; and piooa men, and even clergymen, were aa well acquainted with all the factalu the par tie* iniereated. "Accompanied hy a few friends. I attended at the railroad lo meet Judge Magrath, on hia arrival in the afternoon. Hia brother JLdward and Mr Taber had met before he reached tbe city; and not loaf after taking Judge Macrath to my hsuse, we learned the iesae of the duel." In reply to this tbe geconds of tbe parties publish a card containing tbe following paragraph: " It becomes our imperative duty to atk of you, to whom of Uie underfilled did you make known bis wnbti. and erpeciaily hit intention to be in the city on the afternoon of Monday? And in the meantime, it is our atiii more solemn duty—charged as we were with the lives and tbe bonot, aud the most saored feelings of tbe parties we represent—and of all parties—to state that to us. and to neither of us, officially or un officially, direotly or indirectly, was it made known by you, or by any other f.iend of Judge Magrath, what were bis wishes and intentions. We were not permitted to know from himself, and we were in formed by no one in any way conuected,with him, what part he meant to play, nor when be meant to be in the city." Death of a Noted Mas —Dr. Branch T. Ar cher, the father of the Texas revolution, died in Brazoria county, in that State, on tbe 22d ult. He was formerly a member of the Virginia Legisla ture, and went from Richmond, Va , to Texas. There he soon became popular and served in the Legislature, lie was elected to tho consulta tion of 183 ft and by that body Made its President. On its adjournment he was sent with Wm. 11. Whsrtcn and Austin, as Commissioner to tbe United Slates; was elected to the flrst Congress in 1836; and from 1839 to 1841 was Secretary of War. Since tbat time he has been iu retirement, enjoy ing the society and friendship ot bis old friends, wbo entertained great respect for him. Dr Ar cher wata polished gentleman, a ripe scholar aud an eloquent speaker. • Atttmpt to Mob a Judge—The Cassvllle (Ga ) Standard, of Thursday last, says : We learn that a crowd of men undertook to mob Judge Brown in court in Marietta, last week, on account of bis having lined several of tbem for dis order in tbe courthouse. The marshal and officers of court being present, came to his relief. lie lin ed aad imprisoned several of the mobitos to the extent of the law. Suicide ok a Mukdehek.—W. P. Allen killed E S. Hamilton, iu Claiborne I'arrisb, La., on tbe 12tli of July last. On the 3d of September, by aid of a handbill, he was arrested in Brownsville, Texas, and while being examined la tbe Judge's office, blew out his brains with a pistoL Acquitted.—Jeremiah Baldwin, who wa» ar rested by the Planter's Bank at Memphis, Tenn., for obtaining goods under false pretences, has been acquitted of the charge. lie has sued the Bank and others for false imprisonment, laying bis damages at §00,000. Big Porker —A hog exhibited at the Chilicothe (Ohio) Fair, last week, weighed 1,135 pounds, and measured 9 feet in length and about the same iu girth. He was two years and three month* old. Bible Presidential Ticket.—The Bible Times, a religious publication issued in Baltimore, by the Rev. Thomas H. Stocktou, nominates, upon it's own responsibility. Judge MXean for the Pre sidency, and ThtDdore Frelinghuysen for the Vice A Million Bushels or Wheat Raised in one County.—'The Rockford <111 > Register estimates the present season's wheat crop in Winnebago county, at one million bushels, and yet "not one fifth of the land is in cultivation." New Era in Whaling —The Liverpool Times of the 2<>th ult says: Au American whaler, the W. F. Staffoid, of New York, has arrived at Queenstowr, on her return from Nova Zembta — On her voyage, which wag an experimental one, she captured three whales by a new method, first practised by her master, Captain Hays, and which consists of tiring a kind of small shell at the ani mal, which explodes after entering its body, the practise of harpooning, as is well known, being both dangerous and uncertain. Extensive Robbery.—Friday night, about 12 o'clock, the house of Aaron Hurscbfield, Utica, N York, was entered by burglars and robbed of about $3,090 worth of gold watches, rings, chains, ear-rings, Ac., together with some certificates of deposit and bank bill*. A man named Itche, a professional robber, worth $30,000, was arrested for the robbery. Bloody Rencounter—a bloody fight occurred at Edgefield, Tenn , on Monday evening, between Win. Pentec&st and Thomas Richardson, both re sideuts of Edgefield. Richardson was shot in the body, the ball entering his side and breaking one of his ribs; he is supposed to be mortally wouuded. was cut in several places with a knife, but is not seriously wouuded. For Kansas.—A company, consisting of 12 citi zens of Columbus, Miss., has been formed in that place to go as an emigrating party to Kansas, and £1400 contributed by the citizens, for their support. They wore to have started on the 29th ult. MIMSTKR HILD JiJtSl ONSIBLK.—The daughter of Mr. Fehl. keeper of the United Slates hotel, at Pittsburg l'a., has eloped with a maa named Floyd, attached to Spalding St Rogers' Circus— She was but sixteen } ear* of age. Her father in tejads prosecuting the minister who married them The new Ohio State loan of fJ,400,000 at a'.x cent, interest, reimbursable at the pleasure of the State, after December 31, HSSO, was awarded in New York last week to Messrs. H. A. Johnson & ■jo at lffiii per cent., tbey having bid for the whole or none at that figure. The bids were near ly threeltimes larger than the loan, and ranged from 102 to as bigb as 110 per cent. HItAVT Loss.—The packet boat "Oregon" got id rift Wednesday morning at Troy, NY., and capsi*e<l- She was heavily laden with flour and merchandise, mueh of which floated downtheri ver and sunk. The loss is estimated at $15,000. Naval—The sloopof war Cyaue.froro Boston August 36th. on aerolite, was passed ~»th ult, at 3.30 P. M, 30 wilesß. W. of Cape Race, by the Uritish steamship Africa. DEATH FROM OARIUMSMS "^; tletield, recently came to her death ini Koakport, Maa., by her clothes taking fire fromtheexploson of a can of burning fluid. She was pouring « up on her kindling wood to wake a Are in the stove- Rev. Leroy M. Lee. of Utchmoud, was to proath n Portsmouth, Va., Sunday night Wilson's tower mill ia Warren county Va., waa ■old last week to F. W. Minor for $J,.i00. Uon. John Jobnaon, late ef Mary land. died is Baltimore, Sataiday morning. There war# 40 death! In. Norfolk, Vs., lMt month • The U.S. atoreahip Belief,and aorfey atemner Ha;zel,arrived at Norfolk, Friday. I The season at the Lynchburg theatre ctoet» Saturday uight. i Knwtu* Corning It fc« Democratic nr mluee f » Congrwe'«tbe Albany District, Mew Yark. RICHMOND. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7.1856. Completion of the Va. and Tenn. Railroad ! CELEB RATIO* AT DUIBTOL. rkmajuu or num. ww h cook and otiieeu [REPORTED FOB THE DAILY DISPATCH.] In th* Dispatch of yesterday, waa given tha de tail* of thia important event, wbich waa celebrated at Briatoi, on tbo 21 Inst, by a larger number of persons than ever congregated before within our Stat# for ft similar purpose. Time waa aOewed the numerous visitor* for a thorough inspection oj the town, aud the work* of the Company and the various improvements which have been projected, of which a large number availed themselves. At the hoar of 12, and when a majority ef the visitor* had gathered in front of the depot, Colonel J. B. Dunn mounted one of the flat car* standing on the track, and called the assemblage to order. Hav. ing briefly announced the object of the meeting, and read the order of exercises, the first one of whioh was an address from Wm. H. Cook, Eaq of Carroll county, that gentleman, atter a few grace ful and appropriate opening remarks, aaid : In the history ef a t nation. there have bees pe riod* set, apart for aa universal hoiday. Woo die not feel a thrill of Jey when he heart the 4th of July and the 2«i of February mentioned. We had m»t tuia2ddayof October to celebrate an event which would never be forgotten by our children. Peace b»tb bar victerios as welt aa war. We now wirneaa ed ttie triumph of peace, progress, civilization, atd the full fruition of our Lopes Virginia waa not degenerating When this charge was male, people forgot tbu all Virginian* dii not live in their own atnte; they had built up th* West aad South-west— our people were in the sunny South, in the hamlet* of the West The day bad paaaed vheu she could be called letharg e. ia two years Virginia has had eleven Railroad* In progress. No road had made a more gratifying progress, through ail difficulties, than the Virginia and Tennessee Km I road. Mr. C gave a biatojyof its inception, in which he alluded to ihe services of (Man U. Clay in it* behalf. He regretted his absence, but knew ne was with them in spirit; <h ugn be was absent, one no less its friend, (Mr. John RobinMcDauiel,) was here. (Cheer* ) Ine:>n tinuation, Mr.Cooa «a.d that tha road had identified the people living along the line with every interest of the country, commercial and otherwise There wai noroaaei its magnitude in the State, and but lew any where else. It cost mx millions three hundred toousand dollar i, being a tatal of *30 000 per mile, it was tt>* first road whose iron borse had crossed two mountain* It had gone where the eagle soared in his prnuu flight, and in the valley where the rattle scaae only before had crept. It nad always been a working road from th* time efibe completion of the lirit ten tniles it bound the people with bands of Iron. He then proceeded to give a description of the country through which it pasaed. praiaed the hos pitality rt the people and the beauty of tbe women (Cheers ) He made an allusion to Tennessee, aud said tbai he was sorry to find that a feeling of despon dency existed as to the practicability of completing the £a»t Tennessee snd Vi'ftinia toad, which con nected with this. Tcnnusaeeans should not let the word "fail" be known in tbeir dictionary, itailronds were a political necessity, and bound to be. He ad drt* ied a few words to the Knutuckhna present. He wautedtheui to extend their lineof • amends to inter cap: ours. Then would be heard tha thundering ef the brother of our Iron horse, from Kentucky, bring ing it* tribute of wealth to us. He spoke of the moral intliienco railroads bad on the manners and customs of tbe inhabitant*. In conclusion he passed au eulo gy on Virginia hospitably tie found wherever he went, that Virginians had notfoigotten thecharac te-istica which made tha Virginia gentleman com mand respect! At tfie termination of ASr. Cook's speech, a faint outline only of whioh we give—the College Band of Lynchburg, led by Mr. J. S. Lacy, played "Hazel Deli" in a very pretty manner. Col Dunn than introduced F. B. Deane, Jr, Esq., ef Lynchburg. Mr. Deane said that, though the call waa entirely unexpected to him, yet whan he saw be fore him citiz-na of Virginia. Kentucky and Icnnes see, coming togei her to rejoice tt the oomplation of the road, he could not resist the inclination to say a few woitls in its behalf. From its inception, its friends had always niarohed forward with sLeady front, resolved on victory, and they had achieved it. He predicted tbat V.rginia would yet be the great, atrong aim of this Confederacy. He spoke of the services of its earlier advocates and friends, and among them the iate distinguished Engineer of th* road. Col. C F. M. Garnett, whose valuable services were highly exteiied. 'ihe Virginia and Tanuetse* Railroao was the grsat central link of a line that is now stretching from tbe shores ef tha Chesapeake to th* waters of the Misaissippi. It had cest but little in comparison with other roads, considering tbedlffi ealtles overcome. Mr. D. also spoke of tbe blessings of Union. Tbe people wno surrounded him knew bow to appreciate it. tor thsy ware deacandanta of tbose who fought at King's Mountain. For bis part, if tbe road had funds enough he would go for building a monument to each of these old hero**, whose graves were not far dis tant. He closed by an allusion to tbe sunrises of Col. Hamuei Goodson, the Delegate from Washington co , and of his anxtetv to get tba bill for a charter through tbe House. Mr Deane's speeoh was followed by one gun and music from tbe Abingdon Brass Band A. M. Taylor, Esq., ot Carter county, Tanneaaee, re sponded >o the call made on Tennessee. VV ben con templating tbe clreumatancea tbat brought them to gether, he felt buoyed up. Thia waa indeed a day of iuopor ance, on* that all p> uaent would be happy to te coiiect He endorsed the sentiments of Mea>rs. Cook and Deane, aa to tbe value of the Railroad interest to tLe three States represented. Tbat interest wa* net dormant in hi* Stat*. Work bad already begnn on this end of the line ef the East Tennessee and Virginia Head, and it would go on until the load wtts comple ted Acknowledged that th* Virginians bad tbua far beaten Tsnnasao*, hut they would not stay beaten — Von, aaid he, have th* corn, wa the coh; we will meet and divide tbe chaff. He predicted a bright future for Bristol, which he truthfully aaid waa a moat delight ful spot fur a large city. Music by the Jonesloro', Tennessee, Btasa Band, and ooagun. Mr. Preston, of Louisville, Kentusky, (brother ef the Hon. Wm. C. Freston) responded for his State; said she bad played tba laggard, yet sba waa now en gaged in tb<s noble w*rk Before long ber improve ments of this nature would join yours, which, consi dered iu any light. Is oae|of tbe noblest and grandest of tbe age. He spoke of tbe feeling of despondency when tbe project warfirst started twenty-three yeais sins* at Abingdon He was her* to congratulate them en what had been since achieved. He did s* heartily; but he yat wished Virginia to draw Ken tucky, her daugLfctr, to her boaom mor* clcsaly. This could ouly b* eon* by iron bands of communication between them Mr. F'e remarks were followed by musio and the lond booming of cannon. When those caaaed, Col. Dunn announced tbat th* axcroisos had •losad. Nut*.—ln reference to this road, it is within tbe bounds of truth to declare that there are but few which excel it in excellence. Tbe cars do not rock, and indeed move along so easily that one can walk aboat without the risk ol jostling anything. Twenty three first class engines are now lequired to work tbe road, and there is every indication tbat maay more will be required within a sbort time to ac commodate tbe business, now daily augmenting. Its popular Superintendent, E. 11. Gill, Esq., has introduced many reforms, while consulting a judi cious system of economy. It is hardly posaible that a more popular officer could be chosen than iu worthy President. CoL John Robin McDanlel. In truth, in all its appointments, this great State work start* out on it* mission under good auspices. DEATH FROM Fwght.—On Wednesday last a horse attached te a buggy and driven by a lady, in passing the elephant belonging to Rice's clr eus en tbe road between Frederick and Jefferson, wheeled suddenly at sight of the ugly beast, fell hi the shafts, and quivering in every muscle, ex piredin twenty minutes. Abont tbe same time a horse driven by Rev. Mr. Bage broke loose from the boggy by a sudden dash, at aightof theele phant, and raa for his life, without any fatal re sult however.—Frederick (Md ) Citizen. John Davenport, formerly of, Jefferson county, Va.,i*the American .candidate for Congress in the St. Clairsviile district of Obio. Three hundred engine drivers on the New York and Erie Railroad have struck for higher wages. It is estimated that from 30 te 4P children are stolen in New York every year, and never after wards beard at Major William J. Clarke, formerly Comptroller of North Carolina, bas been chosen President of tbe San Antonio and Mexican Qolf Railroad. Tbe Savannah Board of Health report 20 deaths —of which 16 were whites—for the week ending 30th alt. Hon Henry Wood, Fillmore elector for tbe Meek lenbarg district, of Virginia, has resigned, and come oat for Buchanan ■ E H Pegram, clerk of the centre market, Pe tersburg, Va, died very auddeuly oa Saturday night. A man ha* been arreatad fat Norfolk, charged with stealing froia a drag store a barrel of balsam copaiba William B South was eoavlcted la the Circuit Court, st Ripley, °J, ■daughter in the second degree Ue was charged with tbe sartor of bis owa sea, under circum stances ef great auweitj. N P. WUUs baa written a letter fit (avar ef Fra heretofore. BiKtWivm u Roromus -A eormpoodn-, of the N. r. Herald, writing from Balixe, Honda rw, on tbe sth Angaat, aaya : Oj tbe Bth hiatant a violent (bock of an earth f"!t in ' h |". t .°T a - It took place about So dock r. M, end laated nearly half a minute — Theaboek was attended with a heavy rambling •onnd, very mnch like the diatant thnnder, and at eroekery, glaaa and wine bot tl« in the hooaoe—and, in fact, oar hontee them •elveo-began ahaklag and dancing— »o vlotent waa the motion, and «o fearful the cracking of the timbera end board*. The whole population ran Into tbe atreet*, many yelling with terror, while othera, on their kneea, were crying for mercy to Hun who maketh tbe earth to quake. Tbe aame iboek extended to the ialand* lit ear vicinity, waa felt in Jamaica, and waa very aevere at Onion, where there were 108 abocka, and where it waa felt for eight days, slightly. Tbe aame may be said here, as a very slight trembling in tbe oarth 14 occasionally felt np the present time Crcisi or the u. 8. Sloop Vanoaua—Fight villi Pirates.—The U. S. sloop of war Vandalis, Commander Roote, has arrived at Portsmouth, N. 11., after an absence of three years and sailmz 54,000 miles. The \andalia was tha working ship of the squad ron. Nina months was the lotgsat consecutive pe riod ahe remained at any one port, and that was at Shanghai. She was present at the bom bard meat, aa sault and capture of that celebrated city, aad,daria< the whole of her stay there, maintained on share a guard or seamen and marinea. to preterva tbe neu trality of the foreign aetilement, and protect the per aons and property of American reaidenta from being injured in the atniggle then waging between tbe Chi neae lmpenaliata and Insurgents. Thisabip a'ao aaaiated to exterminate tha hordea of piratea ihat infeat the Chinese waters. Upon one occaaioo, while lyinr at anchor, becalmed, in the delta of tho fear I river, near Hoag Kong aome of these miacieants were seen boarding and plundering tralieg Junks, almost within racgo of her broadside. Three boats were luatau'ly lowered, and manned by a party ot aud marines, undef the command of Lieut. John W a.autt. who went in pursuit. The pirates, iAden with booty, took to aa inland about two mi la* distant, where th*y ensconced tberaiel/*« behind some precipitous rocks and kept up a cent inaous fire upon the advancing boats The Vandalia'sdasbed on through a shower of grape and musket hails, lauded, aca'ed the rocks, routed out the neat cf rsscsls, and killed and and wounded an unknown number, where upon ihe re*t escaped to the jungle. The work of destruction waa then completed by burning their junk* and hovsea in the vicinity. Two piisoner* were taken who were afterward* delivered to tbe authorities. In thi* gallant aliair, Lieut, vvaicuit had oqlj ona one man killed and one wound- Iu conaequence of being detained eo leng upon the isaat India elation, she had a great deal of sickness lhree of her officers were invalided and sent home, aud others (lave been detached and exchanged, so that very few of the original number reinaia. Nineteen ot tba crew have died including six by casualties,in a complement of two hundred; a small number, con sidering thoir exposure, the gr at length of the cruise and the unhealtbioets of the climate. Tne Protest ant Convention.—This Convention assembled Friday morning. Tbe Com mittee on new Dioceses made a report favorable to the application of California for admission. Mr Trapier submitted a proposed amendment of tlie fourth artie'e of the Cocatitotion, for reference to the Committee on Canons. FenJiug tha conaidaration of thia pronoaition it waa laid aaide, aud tbe order of tha day, the amend ment to the sixth article of the Constitution, waa called up. 'Ibis amendment provides that th* court for the trial of Biahopa aball be composed of Bishops an y. aud that the mode of trying Biahopa and Deacoua may be inatituted by the .Convention ot the Dtoceae until the General Convention ifutU prttide a uniform m'jde of trutl. Jndge Hoffman of N York, advocated the change Judge titroud, of fennayivania, could aee no ad vantage in delegating to the Oeneral Convention tne power now pos.aaaed bv the Dioceaeaof constituting their own courts. He waa for allowing thinga to re main aa they were Mr. Willi*ina, of Virginia, was the next one in de bate. He would inquire, and put it to the go.-d sense ef thia Convention, whether it waa beat fitted to |ov< ern Diooeaea in thia wide-apreau Union, or whstLer tueir own lacal Convention* were preterabl*. The latter alternative was, in bis opinion, the beat Ha followed the comparison drawn by Jndge Stroud, be tween eeoleaiaatlcal and political government, and •.tincided in the viewa of that apeakar He proteatcd againat placing tbe power, which in ita nature ahonid bi luca 1 , and naceaaarily governed by local influences tn the hands of a body of men who could notably and rightly legialate and con ril matteisrelative to which tuey nad no vompetent knowledge He called upon individual metnnera preaent to decide whether or not tbeir own reapective Dioeaae* were not propsr one* to legislate. Although willing always to alter whate ver was incorrect, or found to be prejudicial, yet until iis evil nature was preven, be would oppose ail effort* to amend or reconaidtr. Rev. Beecher Johnson, of Oaorgis, referring t* th* churaater of new die cases upon tbe extremes of our territory, eited tbe difficulties under wLiih they la bored, aud mentioned the impossibility tor any one united body to legialate for them. Mev Mr. Johnson, of Oeergia, urged it es impossi ble for one united body to legialate for all, and eape cially for tbe new dioceaea on the boundaries of our country Tbe Rev. Dr. Vinton, of New York, combated the argonianta of Judge Htroud. and urged tha impor tance of aettliug upon a uniform mode and manner of trial, and a unitorm code of lawa by which justice shall be administered, and alao aa to who ahould sit cnthetiial. Judge Chambers and Mr. Evans, of Maryland, con tinued tbe debate. An Invitatian to the membera to visit tbe new Ma aopic Hall waa received and accepted. A number of propoaed alterariona te canons were referred to the Committee on Canona. Saturday wa* occupied in discussing tha amend ment to the Gth article. Sunday, Bi'bop Johns, of Virginia, waa to preach in the Church of the Atonement, and Dr. Sparrow, of Virginia, in the Church of the Epiphany. More Court Etiquette.—The English seem to have a particular horror for any thing yellow. Fro feasor Mahaa abockod the a-aambly at the Qo>eo'* ievee by his yellow vcat, and new eoin* American*at the Court of ih« Emperor of Rusaia have diaturbed tbe nerves of tbe correspondent of the liendon Daily Newa by wearing yellow plume* in tbeir chapeaua. He aays they were the most atare4-at indivi iua ! e ia tbe place, whieb i* nothing aingnlar, for a ive Yan kee generally inanageato rnaka himself noticed wher ever he goe*. An equal brcach ot etiquette in the oorieapondent'a opinion, waa, that the Americana, on leaving tba Imperial presence, turned their backa upon the Euipe'or. He hi* country that Englishmen < a'.y retired with th*ir faces to roy alty, walking ba*k wards like a erah. Snow and blest in Seiticmbe*!—This ia a Strang* announcement, but nevertheless true! for we saw it with our own eyet. It was seen also by many others, in thia place, oa Tueaday last, SO.h of Sep tember. It ia needless to say that overccat* and fires are in demand. Strange—strange w*atb«r for bep tamber.— Ca»stWe, Ga., Standard. TwoMpn Killed by Sufcocitio*.—This morn ing two celored men, named John Baldwin and Al bert McCummiu, ware found dead In Parker's stable in Byron street. Botli of th) bodies were found in bed, iyiag in natural positions, and there is no doubt the detihs w«r» caused by suffocation from co»l |*s, which escaped from a small stove in a room adjoikinf the one in which the inen laid —Ration Ledger. Fatal Accident.—At an American mass meetiap at Atlanta, Oa . on the 3d in»t., Jao. MeUahuaa. ens of the delegates from morgan county, while fastening a flag on a pole fell from the height of W) feet aaa died immediately Dinnckto Hon. P S. Bsooks - A public dinner to Hon. F. S. Brooks, eameoff at Ninety-Six, 8. C-, oa Fr.day. Col. Brooks was presented with a (old goblet, a silver goblet sod two gold beaded csnes. Hpeecbea were made by Heoator Toombs of Oa, Oov. Adams aad Hon. A. P. Bntlar of loath Carolina Shocking Accidkmt.—A littie son of John W. Daffy, Esq.. of ilaidy county,. Va . accidentally foil back Mr aid* lato a kettle of boiling apple butter oa Wednesday last, boraing him so badty that he died from ita effects a few hoare after the sad eecarrease. Ccoscn—The exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, held st Boftoa, oloeeden Wednesday last. The net receipt* wire about •*O,OOO. Morumckt to Coha.—l'be notorious Belle Cora Is causing to be erected a costly mnnumet t at San Franeisee to tbe memory of Charles Cora, who waa executed by the Vigilance Committee for (ha murder of Gen. Wm H Richardson. It is said that no expense would be spared «• make it as elegant a* possible, awl that 14,000 have ai ready been expanded upon the work It la to have, among other inscriptions, the following : " Mur dered by the Vigilance Committee, May 23d, 1856." , Sidney Hodgson, examined in Loudoun couny Va., for shooting and killing Daniel Ayres, on ihe 3d ult, has been acquitted. Five new chaichss are now la process of crea tion at Pecttaad. Mai Onaof them la to have a tower Hit feat high aad a chime of bells Francis C. Still, a wall knowa printer, of Bos ton, is if tad Parodl fave a concert fe Boston on Thursday night PRICE ONB CENT. LOCAL MATTERS. Interesting Suitemaui— Oa Sunday olrht Mr Jonathan Cross, Mupertateodeut of fa> Virginia and login the lactam room of Presbyterian Church, Chureh Hffl, ,»)„* ' highly interesting account of hi* reeeat *i*l& th« North on purposes connected with the Tract SIZ ciety. Mr Cross stated tbat he had been absent fram Richmond for two month*, had traveled fire tbon sand miles, occupied forty-one pulpits in New England, and delivered addresaee averaainc one * daydnringthe whole period of hi* abeeooe to congregation* averaging aboot tweJveTjandrpd— He visited in bia tour New Jersey and New York. He found Massachusetts the chief theatre of fana ticism; bnt, even there, he think* there is much lew anti-slavery prejudice, and a more encouracinc state of public sentiment than there waa upon bU visit nix month* ago. Hia addreaae* generally oc cupied an hour and a quarter, and in them ha en deavored to set forth the true *tato of thiols in the South. He waa generally heard with respect ful attention, though, after his addresses, he wis frequently subjected to a public catechism occu pying an hour and a half, in wbich question* were I ropounded to him concerning the South and slave [ ry. which he eheerfotty answered. Thia waa tha cafßemi^a dOTer ' wber " * large theoiogi i .^ r ' CI L OSB «I«o iayifed a meeting of Boston min istera, who attended his addres* to the number of about one hundred, aud, after the address, a foil a! w! £ ree c ° D . ver ** tion u P°n slavery took place wbich seemed to be satisfactory to most of those present. 1 hey asked Mr. Cross whether Dr Ad a™' fcoulh wde View of Biavery was in aeneral correct, aud ho replied that it was „ nearest sutemout ot affairs in the South aa had aver been givcu by a Northern man. They also wished in kuow what ho thought of the fidelity of Mm Stowe's hoc it, and, upon his aiwurina them of It. falsity, said that their own imprest w£\o t£ same effect. 000 statement made by Mr Croae at the North seemed to strike them forcibly/viz- tht the number of members of churches in Virginia L> one in seven and a half,-a much larger proportion of church members Ulan can be found In anv freS otAte. J Mr. Cross says that the number of political preachers even in Massachusetts is not as (treat aa generally supposed,—rot more than two ia teiT and that the remaining eight confine themselves to the Gospel Great harm, he thought, had been done to religion at the North by the abolition ex citement; the prayer meetings being much nee lected—often not more than fifteen attending in large congregations. He found ultra men wherever he went; he found the subject of slavery everv where agitated, but thought the great mass of the people desired quietness and peace. The old men both among the clergy and laity, were not the run mad portion of the community; these were prin cipally the young and hot-headed. The pr-vailin* sentiment everywhere wai that, if the South would testore the Missouri Compromise line, it might go ou annexing territory all over the poutinent for any opposition it would receive from the North This is but a brief outline of the highly interesting addrensof Mr. C'rose, which was listened to with marked attention by his intelligent audience Fairfield Sucre.—'The fall meeting over Fairfield commence to day, and from present indications, the week is to be one of rare sport, fast time, and close contests The colts' stakes have all fhltd well, fast crabs are to go for the two and three mile purses, and the friends of the various stables are sanguine of the success of their favorites Nicho las and Sue Washington, two high flyers of speed and beauty, are cxpected to meet and fight their battles o'er; and if boi.h are as floe as represented it will be no easy job to foresee to whom the prize will go. Sebastopol, the Rirhtnond favorite, is ex pected to take a three mile fly with the renowned and venerable Revenue, and the famous Frankfor!- aud Lucy Phillips, Adelgiza, and other "cracks'* aro to meet in a grand struggle for a pile of shiners. B --sides these we may mention that the lightning like Carolina, joined by Engineer, Terrifier, and a host of others, will be on hand to add to the sport now about to commence. The new Club, we are pleased to learn, have determined to spare no efforts to make the course a pleasant place of resort during the week; and to effect this object, have secured tbe services of such a police force as will insure good order. Tbe Pro* prietor, too, has resolved to give his undivided at tention to the meetirg ; and, as our citizens are willing and anxious to see the restoration of thos» good old times, when Virginia was the itreat race fl.'ld of the Union, and Fairfield the track, we have very little doubt but tbat the attendance will be large. Racing—legitimate racing—in essential to the tearing of flue blooded stock, aud it is there fore tbe duty of all to encourage it, and at tbe same time to see that it ia conducted in tbe most houcrable and unobjectionable manner. This the new Club are bent on doing; and if tbe people will aid them with their presence, they will suc ceed. Tampering with Nrgrors.—James Boyd a eon vict in the Penitentiary, sent there in June, 180.'!, from Taylor county, for three years, on convic tion of robbery, wa* indicted by a special term of the Circuit Court Grand Jury, yesterday, in two caaes, for advisiog slaves to escape from tbeir ma* ters. He was afterwards arraigned before Judge Meredith on tbe charge of persuading Jefferson, slave to Joseph R. Anderson, to abscond from bis master, and plead not guilty. Tbe evidence proved that after tbe burning of the Penitentiary, .Jefferson, with other slaves, were employed in re building it, and that during the time of that em ployment the prisoner was overheard by aome of his fellow convicts, to persuade Jefferson to ab scond to the North. As soon as tbe priaoner's term of service expired, he was to meet tbe ne*ro and aid bim in making his escape. Those who beard tbe arrangement* made, reported it to CoL Mor gan, and tbat officer bad Boyd taken before Judge Meredith for trial. A large number of convict* were in attendance a* witnesses, and as a conse* quence the case was not concluded last night Charged with Theft —At an early tour last Sun day morning, Watchman Andrews arrested Jas. Dixon, a baker, and took him to tbe cage, on tbe rharge of stealing an axe from the Richmond Fire Department The officer stated that Jim bai been quite uproarious the night before, and had also made a useless noise at the burning of tbe Rich mond House, but was not then taken into custo dy. Some time after he was seen to take the axe and make tracks down Cary street, when be was eaptured and caged. When brought before the Mayor yesterday, he was held to bail for hi* future good behavior in tbe snm of $ 100. Injured.—A Ud, About twelve years old, was ran over last Saturday night, by No 3 engine, near the • iraer of 17ih ud Main street*, and badly injured. Ooe of the firemen who witnessed the accident •aid the little fellow war entirely to blame, and thinks that two of the wheels must have pawed over his head. Jack ifsAore.—David Perdue, a dark specimen of the ebo race, and sailor on board tbe Entire, now lying in tbe dock, made hi* debut into the city last Sunday without tbe permission of the Captain.— After taking "smiles" enough to make him more than "half seas over," be filled bis meath with a "long nine." set his cap for a grand perambulation and then started op Car? street, puffing smoke in to tbe faces of ail who met htm. On arriving in tbe neighborhood of the pas works. Dave raa afoul of officer Ferris. who immediately fastened his "grappling irons" info bis collar, with the inten tion of "bringing him to" at the watch boose.— Feeling no disposition to cast anchor in that port, Dave|eommeoced a violent reeUtai.ce, bat was sooa overpowered and locked op until yesterday morn ing for safekeeping, when the Mayor ordered him a dressing with a rawhide and then handed him over te his employer. Treupcuing.—A white man, named James Gib son, was committed to tbe cage by tbe police for getting drunk and treap*sting on William 0. Bat talia Yesterday morning, when called before tbe Miyor, be bad cooled off. and promising to be more abstemious in future was sat at liberty. Getting high-—A negro fellow called Nad, slave U Cosby <fc Winfree, was pat through a course of uproots yesterday morn log, by order of the Mayor, for refusing to give the sidewalk sa Sunday* after noon to persons passing. Am ordinance ef tbe elty requires all negro** to take tbe mMda ef the fx>t way* when meeting or passing white pars off s, aad if any ef them fall to do eo, they subject themselves to punishment. Let *f—But for the im ef bad liquor the po lice woaW have nothing to de, aad tbe eag* would be useless. Oa SMnrdarsight and Sunday aen-a ral persons ft* thssiaefvee ealabuoeed, by imbt blcg freely and afterwards bacimuag au4ey. 7%s atmef M *° w exhibited at the the} aire, is oa* of the grsndaat and most thrilling i> Intsreettag cxhlhMnas aver wttoasced la this eity, aad should baaaeal by mtt who bare aay taste for admirable acenery, aad am Wstriouls ra*r«seata lloas Oar lady readers will be mora than delight ed with au evening at the theatre this week. THE DAILY DISPATCH ■T£BMB OF ADVERTISING. tHMfi, ila—rti»a.#o M ] eqaare, Imoath..#* ft 1....40..2....de.... OIS t l« lawatka 1 N 1 00 mJI (*C 1 W It«H #0 ||«|*|o>lS*«»>|o««« J75 JMlaatJl # OT A#rertlee*aati p*Wd>ed antfl forbid, will W •IwHAiHti per Mun«f tea Haoe fartttVnl ' 1 TUB nil Zowc Grai-Oo Batarday ■%« laat the Or# goo Hill patrol paid i viait to Bowllof Green, sad (ten eaeeeeded la eaptariaf aboat nee doxea ne froee, who wore aeewabled la a enaft grocery, piajiof earde aad dice. The fceeper of the eetab- H'htaeot, who ia a white nan, refeaed to adarit tbe offlfer» without a warrant,bat la ardor to beta the «afe lido aad carry oat tbe law at tbe aamo time, a portion of them wbwimM tbo boaao aad ■warded it, whilat other* woat to a wgfctian aad obtained a warraat. AU tbo prieeeera wore taken before Joatiee Baker of Honrioo, aad by Ma order ■onodly flogged. Ring the BtlL-Tbe Virfioia Ceatial Bafinad Company were flood $5 by tbo Mayor, yeeterday. for falling to eaaae a bell to be raag wbßat one of |*a ecgioea aad a train of cAre were paaetaf along . **£ t • od ot tera. aa tbo ordinance ryf*?l Tboyontof tbe Company fare aa aaex rnae for the offence that tbo ncpiar twitching oa gine, wMeb bad a tell, bad ben takra to thoibop 1,1 ** M ahoaid nrmyAmo- I TbocnaaK Bnrta waa teld to bailyeaterdajr la tbo aan of #100. for hi* fata re food behavior, on conviction oftbrowiae aweo at Elizabeth Hnbbard*a boaao to Loeaat Alter, laat Sunday alfht, adnf obaedne laa«aafe (n tbe •treat, aad reeiatiaf watchman Boltoa, who aaw him caat tbe atone, aad beard liuit , Tom owned np to the eharfa, laid tbo entire on whiskey, aad promlaed to quite each capeia for thefatare. The Suamer Augutti, on her pataage from Norfolk, oa Thursday lsst, waa compeM to atop at KlrgV Mill Wharf, in conaequonee of the Dim of bar boiler leaking badly, it ttWI hn nnraaaar j for ker * to atop a few days to bare them caulked, when she will resume her plaoe apon the line Attrition Veniriemi* —The regular term of the Circuit Court will commence to-morrow morning, and, a* the docket ia a heavy one. Judge Meredith baa Intimated kl« intention of fining an who were summoned there and fail to attend. Sudden Death —We understand that Mr. Andrew Alien, residing on Jefferson street, m*mr ftrat, died suddenly at hia residence on Sunday aAeraoon Uat Close Shave— Nathaniel D. Hooper, of Lotka county, waa found drunk in the street »"** taken to the cage, where he waa held In eustody until yes terday morning, when he gave bafl for hia good behavior, and waa discharged. The County Court of Henrico commenced Its Oc tober term yesterday, but disposed of no criminal business. Dislocated—A free negro boy. Bob Beott, ftU through a oellar door on Main street, near 17th, yesterday afternoon, and dislocated his left wrist. Heavy Fall —One of the firemen, said to he a member of No. 6 company, fell through the third s'.ory flwring of the Richmond House, last Sun day morning, and bruised his person badly. JVe Papers —A yellow fellow, known ax William Blnford, came before the Mayor yesterday morn ing to answer the charge of having no register — When arraigned he proved hiefreedom and waa discharged. * % The City Cwincil will hold a called meeting to • ni<ht to consider and pass upon several ordinance a bow lyiog en the table. »AI>«LK AND HAKNKMM iZ&mCK business, Ugjmgp Hhorkoe Hill. Klchnoad, Vn. * The subscriber hsving taken the stand re cently occupied by Mr. C. Brown, en Broad street, between Ist SDd 2d, would respectfully inform the cit*zein of Richmond and vicinity, that he will eon linne to csrry on the SADDLE AND HARNBiS MAKING BUSINESS, snd will keep constantly nn hand a general mpply of Sxddlrs, Harnes*, Bridles, Whips, Collars, and every o'lier article <n hia line, snd solicits the patronage of the public and former cufomers of Mr Brown! WM. A. TRUEHRART. N. B. Repairing thankfully reoeived, and eaecated In the neatest style. oc 3—6t* BlCUi)IONI)NOIUIAL«L'- Z££3BaK§ BICAI. AC AD (CM v.—The Jnvenile jTrflf Clses of this Institution will meet 'J » V J >1 THIS AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock, in the Lecture Room of the Ist PresbyUrUu (Dr. Moore's) Citarch, and regularly hereafter on Wed nesday and Saturday evenings, at the same hour.— Terms for the session of twenty lessons per scholar, $3.25 The adult class will meet on Monday and Thuraday evenings at 7} o'clock ia the earns room. Terms per uholar, *6 26 It is Important that the I upils of this school it end the first lsasan. oe 4—ft KIC'IIiUONIMUADK HHUUIHM. pair Richmond-made BROGUES, for sale by N. DKVEREUX, oa 4—d&clm 134 Cary, between lithaed 13th s*s /S-A NOllt'K. ~Jmt received Had opened, a complete a**ortment of BAD iffiffHf OLE and HARNESS HARDWARE. I 4" alio have on hand every article nsnally kept in a Saddlery establishment, all of which I bind utys*lf to tell at wholesale or retail, aa low u they cm be purcbaaed South of liaaoa aad Dixon's lina. Country Saddlers are solicited to eall and examine before purchasing elsewhere. t ALSO, on band, ready made Saddle*, Harness. Brl dlaa. Collars,4.C., Ac., which will ba fold unsuallvlow forcaah. CHAB. J. BALDWIN, oc 4—lre Franklin at., between Iftth and 16th. ..a—wae. CAKHIAUKS, t'AHKIAtiKM. Tba rabecriber baa on band, at bl« Coach miv "i uii -> Making Katabliahment, on Lombard Air lay, between Main and Cary, <.13th »nd 14th (treat*,) aear the Columbian Hotel. tUACHKS, CHARIO rE£B, BAROUCHES. BUOGIES with and without top*, and SULKIES, all of hie own make, ef the beat Material* and workmanahip. All of which will be •old aa low aa good work of the hind eea be la the eity of Richmond; and I respectfully aak a call from thoae in want of any artiale In the Carriage line, aa I am de termined to make to erder and fell at the laweat price* poaeible, and all work aoid, that la new, w*. ~ "foaLdJim MICAJAH MANOUM. HkIUT HURmK VVK TEAS, at WILBACHEII'S. oc 2 Ho. W Msia sUaet. rviO MJIWINU iMOTUKK abould be with in out the "MOTHER'S BREAST CLOTHS."— They have performed naay remarkable cure* in o*r city, and have never yet failed to PREVENT tbe Risen Breaat, or Mammary Abac eea, if applied in time, tine pair will laat a life tl«e. Price one dol lar, for which, and 12 cent* in postage at am pa, a pair m ill be aent by mail to any part of the country, for sale by the Agenta. ' MEADE It BAKER, Chemist*, 186, N. W. corner of Main and 10th at*, •e 2y—dfcclra Richmond, Va. MTUUACITK COAL,.-NOTICK.-l mm now receiving order*, to ba filled during tbe tall month*, for the beat ANtHRACITE COAL, taalad- Ing White Aah Lamp, editable for farodriea. and Red Aah. *uitable for eooking react*. grmtoe aad fur nace* Tbia Coal will be boaaht in Philaietphia for eash, aad delivered to purchaser* upon the Mm* term* they receiving 2340 poanda to the ton.iaataad 0 f ]«o the n*aal weight from eity carta The terme on whteh 1 propeee to order Coal for parti a*. ia to charge them a coinuii**ion of 10 per cent, ea the a«- tual coat of tbe article, invoice* of which will at way a be*ub|eet to inapaction. . ... Par*oo* wiahtng to ley In their winter supplv, will find it greatly to their intareat to avail themeefvee of thU opportunity, aa their aappiia* will be delivered ea arrival, from the vessel*, free from dirt, aad at a aaviag of at ieaat 50 cent* a to* over the usee! terma ° f n»j addrae*, through the Po*t Offlia, or left at my brother** Law Office, near the earner of Main aad 12th atraeta, or wtth my brother, at Cel. Win. H. Brawn's oompting room, coraef IJth aad Ca- ' ,OBOpt ' U wVRT ROBERTS. —k K \ viiN U ALLri, m mew mm* fa I (ttieia for the Fr«»ch a*4 fcofiiah !U«S - ji"3 » ~ "•'"" zas»!yct»»»iiu,i..co.. ia H—tin 14» Mill Owl. VA.lvoni\my M-t »■•***»* N3ffS i S3SS£GEfI£SES u kl« wkaUMkirMHlNtoU C»4; tiwftUirni* 8 fcj~«g? i "■" -i -u- 1 ■ A ,, 1 ■?w"''BTnrßrTffiriYß 15,000 SEBFBjSg»Wpg -Sr* 4