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DAILY DISPATCH. VOLUME 80. RICHMOND. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1866. NUMBER 19. I the dispatch. pV COWAK DIN Jc ELLYSON. p A11. T DISPATCH la deliver*.! to ?uh?crt ?i ?&.* perwenk, payable to the earrlarwwakly. a* iwr ?nn>iw . *J 5? for alx months; ift .nth f.-f ? *h?rt*r period. a*|.WKRKLT ItlRPATcn at *4 p?r an 4 %r as month*. '!!?>? vfEKKl.T DISPATCH at t? r*r annam. MEDICINES. ETC. 4 ,,r \ 1?E MAOXOLIA.-A toilet ?Ie A t t<? ntiy roiogn*'; ti?v<l to hath* ? " ' I . * - ?. t. ? r ? * Iw t It a u L .. . P. i _ i prru'ii; to render th? akin aoft and - j nflamtaalion , to p? rfurnr < lothing; A< It U manufactured from the rick v . ? I - obtaining a patt< nagr * ?-<i J t t* h 1 % vut i if u :tk Mctr^Ni<>t . * ?.* r- it hfl I t>y h , i at oh* and hy dkmas bakne? a * :k. H hole**]* Agents. MllAToi.t M'KINti WATER, 'itJ hy all druggNia. . no"Exactly"'?Solon Mhlrj*;e add; w.-r* tli?r* "every time." If It" felt ? y" in ?h? morning. tie took Plantation If tin f,..r weary at night, L" to.ik Plant* ? r- . ;/ to lacked ?. vet* weak. Jan ttlHtlfvily Oppfe Ss. ?r. he f->. k Plantation a* d ih*'y never fa.led to?et bint ou fit* pine ii 1 T.r tu y,?r p.-r- ne want at.y authority , tut as re* 1 the following ? ? ? I owe mttrh to you; for I ?y it.* Plai.tahnu Bitter;, llavo sired ;;.v W H. WAGONER. Madrid, N?. Y." ? ? ? I httr- boon a groatsufferer .i. and bad to abandon preaching, llo- Plantation Bttf*r?have cured m?. ;:? v i' A MILLWOOD, ?w York City." ? ? ? I had lost all appetihwwa* an ;. tw 1 1 coul I hardly w-a.lt. aud had ? lr- .1 of Society ? ? ? xj,,. ? h r? have -? t me uli right. J.\ML> HEJMINWaY, St Lottia.Mo." ? * ? The Plantation Bltt< r* have , derangement <>t the kidney* and ? that uistro"*' d tu- for year*" They " i (' M't<tJlE, 254 Broadway, N*. V." \ ? ?> M I?KV"K, t anager of the Pnion flotne ? rs tiers < hildr -t. say* she " ha* giren ?. ik and invalid children under her ?. ? tb the >??t happy and gratifying ro. W. have received <>Tet it hundred ream* . r.-rnr'e*!. a. t ut no advertisement n> *?? ? ve ?? ebvt J- "pie theiaaelrea ray of a good . mjr * rts.'.s'and our reptt! ttion* i* at Mitke. r. ? 11 , .at v a tid high character of these .. w . t uned under every and all rir [ - 1 to y lit." already obtained a sale vf ?e. parish, and hamlet, among I /. l i i's B..s? imitator* try to come as r ? at. 1 s'\ us they can", and because I Jt:.h<- rati!.sit !??? Ss.ld its low As It poor olio, i port froto parties wh<> do not care .? :?.'?>* -? ? 1. tie on your guard. See our pri ? iiVi r; . fs rk i' 11 t'KAKK & f'".. New York City SaKaTim?A SPK1NU WATEK. Hold by nil drugging. OVER A MILLION DOLLARS SAVED ! J had a n?'?r<> Juan worth. *1>?. , ...id from ? h*?J hurt i,! I he N< *'jd w* . , ret * v- -.r i I. > 1 u-. 1 everything I . .fu.-Ji'.-ut be|,.,ill, until 1 lll'nl ll?* L.n?un-.,t. jlL';y;Av5iia im-rv, Ala , Juno i". l?i". e;t?nre In Kcnnntndliigthii M?xlcun Lji innnt ..-a valuableandI lndb?|Heima rt, ;i, >.r-s, Scratches, or Guiii men have u*ed it f<<r Hums . men - , Ki.4Mu.~i "iiewiVK t t.ia:. Ivi American, Welle, largo e, ami Harnuen'a E*pre-? . . ,-n' . f niv daughter's unklt?. /Hiasloned ?k 1;*-J winter, wu* entirely rured lu e' - r 'f ?' ? ? linn-nerd using *<Mir ? : M ..-tat g i.lnimei.t EH. StnLKi -IP Mass , A'lg'ist I. H'5 , Vl v!ii):tt."l tart that the M-xirnn Mustang , i. rl- r:u" lu're eur-s in n shorter tsin*. at. i beast, than any article ever din . r-t lainil.es, livery.uieit, anil planteia I i'w?\* nave it ?.u hand iluuknnd Mire, . .. 1- Ad g.-nuum la wrapptd in .^teel v. _ ? . ? v. ... i I 'tut ii rtt i if la. W . ?"!? '.H- A i K* ?' uiit* ?" "'-II' - m b? arin* the ultfMtur* of <>. y> V . " tli.rniM, and the vrivute United . ? . ? r.f Ut.MAs Haxnk* & t I', oyer the tup. ? 1. . . 'f trM II H ' ? 'I l| MA'' I'AU N r.- V? - -? ..... m >' ?. en mad" to counterfeit it with a in- teste label. Ln,ik >'??!#* ' 1/? SARATOGA SPRING WATl.lv, Mild hv all druggist*. i- . aini.M U-lightful Hair Dre?sing. .Ki-urf and dandruft. !. ?. ;?? the head cool ai'-l clean. It: th<- hair rich, soft, and I . r-? v. ?- !. i i turning Kr,1> , V'ik'i r?--hair upon prematurely halu tieau#. ,-t whuiEvoii's Kathuiron will do. It u ? -1-: cheap?durable It la literal V sold bj ? ,,i .a,\yet iii. almost incredible demand .iimmuk. until there in hardly a country i' V keep it, it a family that doe* h TH"M AS LYON. ChomiHt. New York-, sAHATt"iA SPRING WaTEB. hold by all drugglM*. W . w . (l not h.- beautiful ' Who would not : :n,- r beauty? What gives that marble . f '? l h'tiwjat appearance we observe upon - and in* ti e city belle? It i* no longer h Tl.ev ii?e (lagan's Magnolia Halm. 1>* ? i l ri-in"V. - tan, fre? klos, pimple*, anu * . ? -?? Jroui the faee uiid hands, and leave* ? x.-ii * moot h, 11 ana parent, bloom in if, i?nd l'-i!:ke luuuv losiuellca, it coiuainn no r . urn' is t" tli'e hkin. Any druaumt win ? 'f i vou if nof on hand, at So eta. p--r bottle. W. E 11 AG A.N. Troy, N. V., Chemist. HEM AS HARNKS A CO., Wholesale Agenta, New York. b\RATOUA SPRING WATER, bold by a'.l (ii UKgiiith. ?i .it.i-teet s inimitable II v'.r t.'olorlnc >? (not a "Jv. ai. ii.--.antaneo'i.s dye* nre coiupoaed of tunur m. 1 morn or lf-a cieatroy tho vitality and ? 'y .if ih. hair. Ibis ?* the original Hair ? ti ' a'. l I.been . r> wing in favor over twenty v - it res;..r. ? gray hair to l'a original color by ?' < '? ...111> >rp! ion, iii a most rernurkahle manner, i. * *.?o a lieautitul hair dressing. Sold III two , crnlhand $1?by all dealers. C. HKIMhTRhfcT, Chemist. bARATORA spring water, sold l.v all Hrngylate. , l-T'.v ? FsTaArr or Prm Jax Atr a Gi v?b?? for Nausea, Heartburn, siik Headache, ?oi Mi rbu*. Flatulency, A<.. where a warm *' uml?nt i? required. It* careful preparation * 1 entile puntv makes It a cheap and reliable ar i? purity makes It a cheap and reliable ar .' " I i cuiinarv puriiohes. bold everywh"r6, at . . 1 . .-.I 1-1. . ,,l ? . w-- U,,v.. *. ? ? vuil.'iftrv |'Ur|H,pt"? Dt'RI r-vni ? ? U"iri Bl ?t'Ux per bottlu. A?k lor ?'ETt.v'b'' Pure Ex tract. Take no other. bAltAToGA SPRING WATER, *P ly told by all druggiata. L'JKst national bank, A t'-MTED STATES AND STATE DEPOSITORY, No. Hi7 Mais aTar.KT, "s? nooa ABnvr. THiarEEaTH ?Tai?T. Certtfleatns will be laaued by thlabanh, faring .ntereat, payable after ten days' notice, on i an of tka national bank* In tbo northern * It l??n REVENUE STAMPS aold at Government dia ' S. A GLOVER, Cashier. W r yraai Ba, Vlee-Proaident and Teller. 3y it?tm ULoiJR. FliOUR, FI/OUR * barreU Welch'# celobra celebrated FAMILY FLOUR. P*' barrel* HenneU Creek EXTRA FHOCR, ""??ifiiiSS"! c"'iNSHV1W.Dk' . 1? " corner Ninth and Mats atraala. TIM PLATE and BAR TIN receiving * *t?d for sal# by . m^am *? JOHK N GORDON k 80R. SPECIAL NOTICES. I UTTO THE CITIZEN* OF RitilMOSD. In response to the Inquiries which have haou mad* of m*. I beg leave respectfully to *ny, thai ' If It tc the pleasure of the cltlrcn* of Richmond to i elect me to the Legislature to fill the existing ve 1 cancy. I will **rve them cheorluliy and to the Nd of my ability. I am sens.ble of my Inadequacy to supply the place of Mr. Grattun, whose resignation, in com mon with all who reaped virtue and talent, 1 sin , ct-ielt regret And St ia due to candorthat I should say I fear the partial favor of my friend* who have ' vailed upon me ha* Jed them to over-estimate my capacity to serve them. Public life is altogether new to me ; neither my taste* nor my aspiration* have ever taken that direction. And I honestly think that when the material interest* of the city and State are ?n deeply involved In legislation, the people should fcelect their moat tried and expert ; enced citiren* for the public service, and I shall ! gladly give place to any one they may choose, j But if those anion#; whom I bavo lived from tuy J birth, and to wh<>ui I am nnder so many obliga tion*. shall honor in" with their choice, I will de Tote to th?-ir service with earnest real all the ener gies I p^sesa. WILLIAM W. CRUMP. j je Vd?dtde | IT PREftBYTL'KIA^i COMMITTEE OF I PUBLICATION. RICHMOND, VA.-The DE POSlToRY ia on the second floor of No. UHMaln street, where the PUBLICATIONS OF THE COM ! MJTTEE and all the BOOKS In the publlahod catalogue are offered for sale. All orders should be addressed to Kkv. E. T. BA1RD, Secretary of Publication, ? JyV>?dAsw^t Box 42&, Richmond, Va. ???- PAPER-HANGINGS. established hi; KEGNAULT 4 CO. j continue to keep on hand a full assortment of GILT, GILT STAMPED. VELVET, SATIN, and : PLAIN PAPER-HANGINGS; DECORATIONS IN EVERY STYLE, as well as wood imitation*. Rooms, halls, and passage* PAPERED at *hort notice and by experienced workmen, all under the immediate superintendence of Mr. JOHN F. KBG NAl'LT. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, TABLE OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN GOODS, LACE CURTAINS, \ and every aniile in the UPHOLSTERY line al- j ways on hand. UPHOLSTERY WORK of every description exe cuted at ?hort notice. jjJ-D 3in trir RICHMOND SAVINGS BANK AND ' INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTERED FEBRUARY J4, lsfie. Ovficb coKSEii or Twelptm axd Main *trkkt.j, Richmo.vp, Va. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS BANK. This Company Is prepared to make Fire and Ma rine Insurance of all kinds. it will also receive money on deposit In the Savings Department, and allow six per cent, inte rest thereon, whether of large or small sums?thus affording a fine opportunity for persons disposed to lav up money. J"11N B. DAVIS. President. JOHN F. C. POTTS. Secretary. The Board meets for discount every WEDNES DAY at 3 o'clock, 1*. M. Jv 14?t* IMT DEN'TAI. NOTICE.?NITROUS OXIDE GAS.?W. LEIGH BURTON, Dkntist, having a superior apparatus lor the manufacture of this gas, Is prepared to administer It a* an anaesthetic in the ! EXTRACTION OF TEETH, tnerebv rendering the ; operation absolutely painless. As it is highly important that the g*s shonld he 1 lresh and ptire.tf mely notice should be given of a I desire io use It. Office and residence northwest corner of Seventh j and Franklin street*. jy 2? lm* ! JbiTI'KISON LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. ! FOUR YEARS IN THE SADDLE. Harry Oil- j tnor. POLLARD'S HISTORY OF THE WAR. WOMEN OK THE SOUTH. "South songs. ? BILL ARP. For sale by j?3J_t* COLE k TURNER. I Mr IMON 11V\K OF RICHMOND, (SAVINGS INSTITUTION), OFFICE AT THE N ATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK. | SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, *100,000. THIS INSTITUTION ALLOWS SIX PER CENT. : ON DEPOSITS. I. DAVENPORT, Jb., Prudent. JAMES MILLER, Cashier. DIHKPTORS. R. A. Paine, L. D. Crenshaw, W. R. Qnarles, Win. H. Lyons, Jr., K. E. Blauken A. Bodeker, B. B. Weielger, ship, W. A. Spott, Mokon EIIvroii, J. B. Winston, A. L. Ellett, Joh. W. Archer, A. A. Hutchin K.T.Taylor, J. Rosenhaum, son, W. K. Bi'nford, J. W. Hall, W. A. Jenkins, J J. A. Belvin, W.F.Gray, W. E. Tanner, ? T. C. Dudley, Alfred Moses, J. M. Kowlin. The security ofl'ered to depositors is undoubted, ' and the institution should commend itself to all classes. Tho attention of all In city and country is called to thi* Institution. Here they will find security, convenience, and profit. Sum* as small as five . dollars may be deposited, and six p?T cent, lute- i rest received on same. I otfice hours from 8 A. M. to3 P. M.; on Saturday from a A. M. to a P. M., and from 4 to e P. M. |e 13?d&swts HILL ARP ! BILLAllPlt ! BILL AKP! I ! This inimitable book is now ready, and every person should have a copy. To be bad of COLE A TURNER, 1e7-ts Whig Bnlldtug. frff" SYRUPS FOR SODA WATER. ' CHOICE FRUIT AND CREAM SYRUPS furnished the trade at low rAtes by W. H. SCOTT, Druggist, 1e 4 corner Franklin and Seventeenth streets. i TYEMOVAL. L. .?. iarOBTON. V l. FO*?.. LAUGHTON A FoRE, (srcmssoRt to t. j. lawhtok,) j BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, have removed to No. 1313 MAIN STREET, lOYKK NOAH WALKER A CO.'S,) whcie they are prepared to execute every descrip tion of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING in the neatest style, and upon the | MOST REASONABLE TERMS (jy 31?K,Tu,Tb\S4t] |> EMOVAL.?We have removed to our 1 Xi new and commodious store, CORNER TH1K j TEENTH AND MAIN STREETS, and have opened , a large and well-selected STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES, and TRUNKS, to which we desire to call , the attention of our old friends and the public. We shall a I way* keep the very best goods that! can be manufactured in our line, to which we espe cially invite the inspection of country merchants, , pledging ourselves to furnish them goods as low as they can be purchased either in New York, Phila delphia, or Baltimore, thereby enabling merchant* to save freight and other chargea. Wc will also furnish at all times EXTRA SIZES of every description of BOOTS and SHOES to those 1 , wishing to keep up a perlect assortment of goods : without being overstocked with small alias. tng It a Jym-ts putneiT a frills. TWO HUNDRED BARRELS PO#F JL land HERRINGS, 194 barrel* EXTRJ S7wrw? ?*W MACKEREL, 100 dos*t tSS bushsU BARLEY MALT, 4 SSBfr ffiRS Bp?58rt&,b&'at ZX on consignment for sal* by ' ?"*? *** JlH WILLIAM T. KINO A CO. We solicit an examination before going portly SALE.-?Six or nevei rilalN "forninfei to thrse-quarte used mining or other purpose*, but lltll jy l?-lw PALMER, HAKTSOOK A CO. HAXALL'8 MILL8.?We are pre pared to do FULL WORK at on* mUl. an wish fo purchase WHEAT and CORN ' Jy IUXALL, CRENSHAW A CO. PANAMA HATS,?Just reoeived. a Ma. Ill Mala stissl J? n Ma. Ill Malm una gifhmoiul Dispatch. TUESDAY JULY 24, 1866. T1IF. TKXXEHEE LKGISI.ATIKE. Adoption of (be loattltuUoitnl Ameudiifni. The proceedings in the House of Repre sentatives of the Tennessee Legislature upon the occasion of the alleged adoption j of the constitutional amentfmttit are ot ! such general importance in the present state of the country that we copy from the 1 Nashville Unzcttt the report of what took place. It will be seen that the Speaker, j Mr. Heiskell, decided positively that there was no quorum present, and that the reek less majority overruled his decision by voting a positive lie! Before presenting the formal report of what was done by the legislators, we copy the comments of the Gaidte of the 20th July upon their lawless proceedings. The Gatette says : Yesterday our goodly city was startled out of propriety by the appearance of an extra announcing the passage of the con stitutional amendment by the lower House of the Tennessee Legislature (so called). Thinking they had a quorum?nay, votiiuj that they had a quorum?they do not wait even to apprise the coordinate legislative body of their supposed organization, nor to j read the Gubernatorial message, in virtue of which they are assembling. In indecent haste they close the doors and proceed forthwith to their dirty work, some iinpe cuuious member, however, edging in a word about his per diem. So debate is i allowed: no discussion of the merits of a I proposed alteration (?m>< amendment) of the work of Washington, Jefferson, and Madi- j son. The Speaker again declares that no J quorum is present. They virtually ac- i knowledge the fact by ordering the ser-1 geant-at-arms to produce two prisoners.1 The ballot is taken; the prisoners refuse to vote; the Speaker again declares no] quorum is present; the Railsuofethat aquo rurn is present; they declare the amend-1 ment is passed, and toss up their hats in j glee. Boor fools, they think the thing is , done. Is it f Or has all this haste; this vio lence ; this lawlessness; this infainy; been ineffectual t Bitter as the pill may be, they have themselves compounded it, and, nolens volens, must swallow* it. The amend- I ment is not passed. Before becoming a . law it must receive the signature of the j presiding officer of each branch ot the Legislature; and even the Radicals must; be aware that Speaker lleiskell will never j sign the document under the circumstances, j Again, prisoners cannot participate in j deliberative bodies. Such organizations j presuppose freedom of action. Liberty is j their quickening principle, giving validity to their decisions. i And, to cap the climax, Judge Brazier | decides thut these prisoners were held ille-, gaily?by violence opposed to law*. Can j lairs be enacted in virtue of the gross in- ] fraction of latc ? Can the law-makers of i the State be allowed to break law in order , to make law I The following are the proceedings: TEXNESSEK LEGIRLaTTRK. Tiuhsdat, July 19.?The House of Re-1 presentatives convened according to ad-j journmcnt, and on calling the roll, titty- ? four members answered to their names.' Speaker Heiskell in the choir. For the information of the House, Senate joint resolution No. 2 was read, ratifying j the amendments to the Constitution of the j United States; also Senate joint resolution j No. 5, in relation to the death of Judge Rogers; also, joint resolution providing for 1 the payment of members of the General | Assembly. With regard to the last named,1 the Speaker urged some expression of. opinion on the part of the House, so as to enable members to draw some pay from i the Treasury, to enable them to pay their i expenses. > j I The member from Hardeman offered a motion to the effect that the doors be j closed, and that Captain llevdt be sent out j to hunt up members. The Chair suggested tliut the doorkeeper be placed at the door, instead of closing the door; which was ac cepted. The motion was adopted, i Another member suggested that a quo rum was present, two members being in one of the offices and fifty-lour on the lloor of the House. The 41 two gentlemen in the'eomrait tec-room " were then invited iuto the bar of the House at the request of the House, l?v motion, which was adopted by a vote of 30 to 3. The doorkeeper reported that Martiu and Williams said that if the House in. tended to investigate their case, they would cheerfully enter, but not otherwise. The doorkeeper was then directed to bring the refractorjfr members within the bar of the House. ? It was then moved to take up Senate 1 resolution No. 2. The member from Han cock, Mr. Jarvis, hoped that members would have an opportunity to discuss the subject. The gentleman from Buford and Rutherford called for the previous ques I tion. Confusion followed, the member from Hancock insisted that he had the floor. The previous question was called, i The Chair put the question as to whether the main question should he put, when the gentleman from Hancock appealed, and \ the ayes and noes were called on sustain : ing the Speaker. Tho Speaker was sus. taincd by a vote of 37 to 1C. The names of Martin and Williams were called, but they failed to answer. The Speaker then ; declared there was no quorum present, i The doorkeeper was again directed to ; bring the refractory members into the bar ? of the House ; but they refused to come. ! It was theu suggested thut the sergcant I at-arins procure assistance if he was not ! alone able to bring in the members. An i appeal was taken from the decision of the I Chair in regard to thero not being a quo j rum in the House. The decision of the | House was against the Chair by a vote of ? II ayes to 42 noes. The previous question was then called by the gentleman from Hardeman on tho adoption of the constitutional amendment. J The Chair put the question, wliich resulted as follows: Ater.?Anderson, Araell, Baker, Black, man, Donaldson, Doughty, Elliott, Fuson, Garner, Gilmer, Grimmett, Hudson, Hale, Inman, Jones of Claiborne, Kerchival, McNair, Milton, Morris, Mullins, Mulloy, Murphy, Nunn, Patton, Porter of Wayne, Puckett, Raulston, Richards, Rogers, Smith of Hardeman, Snodderly, Thorn, burgh, Underwood, Waters, Walker, Welsh, Wines, Woodcock, Woods?39. Noes.?Clingan, Grove, Jarvis, Miiton, Moss, Mason, Norman, Overstreet, Shep. pard, Sinclair, Shultz, Smith of Obion, Stcgald, Warren, and Speaker Heiskell? Id. The question then came up on the adop. tion of the joint resolution ratifying the amendment to the Constitution, which, being read, was ratified by the following votea: Atm.?Anderson, Amell, Baker, Black, man, Donaldson, Doughty, Elliott, Fuson, Garner, Gilmer, Grimmett, Hudson, Hale, Inman* Jones of Claiborne, Kerehlval, Mason, McNair, Morria, Mullens, Mnlloy, Murphy, Norman, Noun, Patton, Porter of Wayne, Ruckett, KauUton, Richards, Rogers, Sheppard, Sinclair, Smith of Har deman, Sniitli of Obion, Snodderly/Thorn, burgh, Underwood, Waters, Walker, Welsh, Wines, Woodcock, V, oods?43. Noes.?Clingroan, Coward, Grove, Jar. vis, Milton, Moss, Overstreet Shultz, Stu ? gald, Warren, and Speaker Hetskell 11, The naine9 of Martin and Williams were | called, but they refused to answer, when , the Speaker announced the vote and de- j elared no quorum present. The names of the " refractories " were again called, butt no answer followed, and the Chair again | decided that there was not a quorum pre-, sent. An appeal was taken from the Chair, | when the House reversed its decision by a vote of 11 to 42. It was then resolved thnt the nftmes of Messrs. Martin and Williams be recorded is being present, and that the gentlemen refuse to vote. The amendment to the Constitution was thereupon declared adopted amid the loudest applause. Auction Soles This Doy? IIARKISON, GOPRIN a APPERSON will tell on thepremiiMM, at 5 P. M., a most Wuttfiil and deeiral?l?* lot at the north west corner of Clay and Eleventh streets. W. It. KOHINS will sell oil the premises, be ginning at ^o'clock, P- M., a valuable lot on Fourth street between Cary and Canal, a brick tenement and lot on Canal street between First and Foushee, and a lot on the northwest comer of Second and Arch streets. LOCAL MATTERS. PispATVH TOR THP. SrRi*?u.?Persons going to the Springs or othpr summer resorts can have the Daii.t Dispatch sent them at sUty cents per month. Orders left at our counting room will receive attention. Citt Council.?A called meeting of the ( City Council was held at the City Hall ? yesterday afternoon. Present: Messrs.! Macfarland (president), Clopton, Epps? | Griflin, Crutchfleld, Taylor, Masou, and Sty 11. QUARTERS For IT1T GUARD. Mr. Macfarland stated that the object of the calling of the meeting was to consider a communication made to him by General | William H. Richardson concerning the oc. | cupAtiun of the Old Fair Grounds by the J State Guard as quarters. The communi-, cation was then read to the Council. An application for the use of these! grounds as quarters for the Public Guard J was made in June, An answer to that' application stated that General Terry had ) informed the Council that he did not know 1 w hen the grounds would be vacated, and tHat he had received instructions to turn I over the lumber, etc., to the Hospital of St. Francis de Sales. General Richardson renews the application upon the presump-! tion that the Council had control of the matter, and asks that the Council order; that the grounds he turned over to the State authorities whenever vacated by the i United States authorities, subject to such j conditions and restrictions as might be , deemed necessary. ...... Mr. Macfarland then otibred the follow, ing resolution: litsolvtl, That the Fair Grounds of tlio citv may be had and occupied as quarters j by "the State Guard during the pleasure of j the Council w hen the same shall he put at , its disposal. Adopted. board op nr.it.TU. j Mr. Clopton moved that the vacancy | now existing in the Board of Health by ! reason of the resignation of Dr. Watson j be filled bv election. This was agreed to, j The election was then held with the fol lowing named gentlemen as^ candidates: Dr. William 11. Taylor and Dr. J. n. White. The result was as follows: Dr. I Taylor,7; Dr. White, 1. Dr. Taylor was I then declared elected. After granting several private petitions, and transacting other business of littlo j importance, the Council adjourned. Mayor's Covet?Recorder Reqnavlt fre.s i u i no?Mon day Mdkni no .?Wi 11 iam Shaw, charged with being drunk and dis orderly on the street and abusing and threatening the otficers, was committed in default of one hundred dollars surety for his future good behavior. Henry Elam, negro, charged with tres passing on the premises of Mrs. James Walsh, was committed in default of fifty dollars surety. John Lyons was arraigned for being en gaged in a "scrimmage" with his wife. John, whose heart was still soft from the effects of whisky, seemed very grateful when committed to jail in default of surety lor his future good behavior. John Cousins, charged with tlneatening and abusing John J. King, was fined twenty dollars and required to give three hundred dollars surety for his future good behavior. Hubert Payne, negro boy, charged with noisy conduct on the street at night, was I committed in default of surety for his I future good behavior. Elizabeth Morris, nogrcss, charged with | stealing clothes from Mrs. Furbush, was | discharged, the evidence proving no guilt against her. Henry Morris, black negro, charged with ; resisting the police in the arrest of his ? wife, was sent to jail in default of surety i and a tine. Gus Staples, Jr., and George Taylor, i were arraigned on charge of being con cerned in shooting George Johnston, on i Navy Hill, several days since. Tho evi dence went to show that Gus Staples was with the crowd when the affray occnrrcd which resulted in the shooting of John ston, but was not a party to it. George Taylor was not only present, but was a party to it. Th"y were both required to give security in the sum of three hnndrod I dollars for their future good behavior. Henry Taylor, negro,charged with steal, ing forty yards of cloth from M. Cohen, was sent on for further examination. Robert Washington, buck mulatto, cm ployed by B. Wardwcll, man of ice, was arraigned on charge of abusing and re. sisting a policeman in discharge of his duty. It appeared that this negro, in company with a party of negroes, had, upon seeing another negro arrested, made the remark that he would like to sea any j of those G?d d?n policemeu arrest him. Ho staid with Mr. Wardwell, and Mr. i Wardwell would back bim in anything be did. He was required to give two hun dred dollars surety for his future good be. 1 bavior. "Brother" Wardwell "went back "on his beloved fellow-citizen, and ! didn't come to bis rescue, as bad been ex pected. Washington was therefore eem ; mitted in default of surety. Lucy Robinson, Degress, arraigned I for abusing and threatening Maria Coutz, : was committed in default of surety for her ' future good behavior. Mary Murpby was arraigned for fighting her husband. Captain Bibb testified that he lived in the neighborhood of Mrs. Murphy, and that on Sunday afternoon he heard a great noise in her house, and upon going there found Mrs. Murphy engaged in a fight with her husband. He arrested her and car. ried her to the station-house. She abased him, and called lrim all aorta of names, both befbre and after getting to the station house Here Mrs. Murphy, who was boll. I !n? shakintr and fuming with rage during i coulJ no longer K,,f> tf.i.ei S*h^i:.cre^rM put himself In where no "? . What right lias he to interferei wid my p rate and domestic family affai xitrf.srr.VS E,'? IdW'i Suhta ?n)?.hTng J" "oiptaln Bibb.?Tcs, mndom but did not | vou call mo a negro: and am I a ueg # " Mrs. Murphy, quickly: nagur, because them little Bibbs y . called my childhren nagurs, and ray cluR ders an me is no more nagurs than you are, sir." Repeated cries from the Recorder and policemen of silence . Mrs Murnhv growing hotter every moment, and Si h?r red-faced child from one knee on the other: " Yis, sir, mc and ray childers doesn't look as much likey nagurs u he big Bibbs and small Bibbs. ^at ?ibbs ikX as IWr ritaS.*'" A" rlgh.,rll bc 'l>;nt in a n, n nit ; but I'll tell ye, yere Honor, im n j intendin to let none o' ycrc big B to, nor yere little Bibbs, nor yere large BiblWjW>r yere small Bibbs, run o\er me, Iwasnt m Recorder.Mrs. Murphy, don't say another word." sav an ,VK4Icordo"-" can you give mo security for your future good behavior ? Mrs Murphy?" Yes, I can. 111 ye invself. I'm good sound security. If you are not satisfied wid me, here's another cood sound security "?pointing to the aforesaid red-faced baby?" an it he don t suit yez, I've three other good sound se curities at home; and they and mt 11 make five good sound securities; atii if;wo all won't do yez, I'll have to lave oft hisi- j ness wid yez, because ye would be a hard maRecor^er.?"I'm sorry, madam, but the securities you offer are hardly such as the Commonwealth requires." Mrs. Murphv, furiously.? What, sir, won't do f Oh my, it's all the some every where, an wid everybody in this blissed country; nobody has any appreciation or respect for the value in the Irish people. How I wish Mr. Mayo was here. He d fix me all right. Sec here, you man on the bench, I want you to set this case back until Mr. Mayo comes back." Recorder.?"I cannot help what Mr. Mavo would do, Mrs. Murphy ; 1 am bound to do what I think right. I have done with this case." , . .. Here one of the officers took her gently by the arm to lead her to the prisoners bench. _ ? ., . i i .* Mrs. Murphv.?" Be off wid yez, ?nd let Co iv me; I let's no rude, unpolished han.ls take hold iv me ; show me the way to go.? The officer, pointing to the prisoner a bench, upon one end of which sat a big j buck negro , . ,, im, ot , j Mrs. Murphy (indignantly).?"What. an are yez goin to have me sit on the same , Much wid a nagur ?" (Turning to the j Recorder.) " Seo here, sir, I mver intind j to have any dalings wid ye as long as I. live. Ye have trated me shamefully. She then continued on such a tirade that it was found necessary to send her to | iail. She was carried out, bestowing blessings generally on the Recorder, Cap tain Bibb, and the officers who bad her in tow. Act IDKNT.?Yesterday morning, as Mr. j George Taylor was driving bis market wa- j gun down Valley street, on bis way mto the j city, his horse became very mncli fright- , ened and started oil at full speed. Mr. . Tavlor was violently thrown out, aud the cart passing over him, broke two ot Ins ribs and produced internal hemorrhage. He was taken into a house near by and kindly caredjor. Accidkst on the Ckntrai. Roaii^-Ycs- I terday, as the down train on the Central | road neared the University of ^ irgjma, it, ran over a cow, killing her instantly. A little bov named Johnny Kretty was riding . near by on horseback at the time, and his horse becoming frightened, ran oil and threw him. His leg was supposed to ha\ c been fractured. , ITEMS FROM THE CaPITOL.?MoUildy.? ( Evidence of the qualification of Samuel B. I Ilaey, Commissioner for Virginia in the ! State of Penusvlvania, was received and filed. Edward F. Corey, Jr., of New York city, was appointed Commissioner for Vir ginia in the State of New York, j A warrant was issued upon the lequisi. I tion of Governor Swan for the delivery to ! the sheritF of Prince George county, Md., | of Thomas Davis, W. 11. Jones, William ! Plaiter, Henry Luckett, and llenry Rich ards, fugitives from justice, charged with i murder. Philip F. Howard was appointed Xo i tarv Public for the city of Richmond. ; The Robbery at the St. Charles , Hotel.?No clue has as yet been found to I the person or persons who committed the t robbery at the St. Charles Hotel on Satur ! day last. Mr. J. G. Conner*, who was mentioned 1 in the Dispatch of yesterday as having been ' released from the penitentiary, where he had been confined upon a charge of steal j ing, states that the charge against him was | that of unlawfully representing himself to ! be an United States detective. Ho states ; also that he volunteered at the time of his trial to bring on evidence from Baltimore of hi* gnod character and good standing, but was informed that it was unnecessary ; and that he can still prove that he has al ways borne an nnblcmished reputation. ! Grand Division Sons op Temperance (OF Virginia.?This body meets In this city to-day at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the i Temperance Hall, on Broad, between Sixth and Seventh streets. We learn that many ; accessions have been made to the Order i since the last session, and an interesting meeting is expected. Members of the j Grand Division from a distance will be en ' tertained by the "Sons" in this city. j Alleged Robberi.?Charles Felden. 1 heimer was accused of taking awav and ' stealing a horse and wagon belonging to Mrs. V. M. Lee. He was examined on yesterday before Justices Wade and Thomas, and the case was continued ot Friday next. Death.?The many (Viands in this city of Mr. 0. F. Webster, agent of the Na tional Express Company at Savannah, Ga., will regret to learn of his death, on the 10th instant, after a few honrs' illness. 1.0. O. F.?Friendship Lodge, No. 10, 1.0.0. F., will meet at Odd Fellows' Hall at 8 o'clock to-night. Thanks poh Papers.?To the National Express Company; to A. T. Sumwalt, Southern Express. SnrooLi's letter to-morrow. MARINE INTELLIGENCE MIMATURE ALU ANAC?JrltT*'~ Sun rise* 4.54 1 Moon net* j 15 Su? ?*t* 7.041 High tided '.M.J.'.'. It? PORT OF RICHMOND, JCLT U, US4. A BAIT IO. Steamer State of Virginia, Travers, Baltimore merchandise and passengers, D. k W. Curris. ' Steamship llattoras, CUrk, New York, Merchan dise and passengers, 8. Ayres k Co. Steamer Niagara, Couch, New York, xaerchan dl>? and passenger*. O, F. Walion. Steaiuer John Sylvester, Poet. Norfolk, uerchao die* and passengers, A. it. Tatum. i *>r.h^S?.*fr Phillips, Philadelphia,; Coal. Wilson A Robert*. Schooner Independence. Clegg, lower James river, lumber, McKowan A CurtT*. me ? AIMO. Steamer Thorns* Morgan, Hill, Norfolk, mer- ' chandUe and passenger*, J. II. freeman. Schooner I*. Armstrong. Peterson, down (lie river to load w<>od. Sloop Alveretta, Smith, Norfolk, light. BfLor. Barque (Br.) Circassian, Am;, New York. In bal- ! last, t?? Hsixall, Crenshaw At Co., was reported off ' Dancing Point at 12 M. yesterday, beating up. Steainj-r\ alley City, Now York; steamer Nor L * hlladelphla, and a steumtug with the schooner Eleanor P., Philadelphia, are reported below, bound up. They are expected up earfy this morning (Z4ib). SHIPPING. UOtt BALI I MOKE, SAVANNAH, X" AND BOSTON.?P<>wh AT AN Aiarwi STEAMBOAT COMPANY. - *p?' JmTJi* 1 WEEKLY LINE?Leaves Richmond femES every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY.-LeTrJnJaltF more every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. The atoamer STATE OF VIRGINIA, Captain CHARLKft Tbavrbx, will leave here at ? o'clock, A M , WEDNESDAY, the J5th Instant. P * m'^TUESDa Y* ?n?inP to ?o cloek, This steamer has splendid saloons, state-rooms, and passenger accommodations. Passage, meals included. #4. For freight or passage, apply to david k William ccrrie. offlce at Charles T. Wortham & Co. s, . If M->> Fifteenth street. F)R NEW YORK.?a T L A N TIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.?1The new and elegant side-wheel steamship HATTKKA*/ ? Ci.akk Cfinrnander, will IcinUBMaos her wharf at Kocketts on TUESDAY, 24th in slant, at 1 o'clock, P. M. Passage, state-room and meals included, *15. Tickets for the round trip, to return by either vessel, only $25. ' For freight or passage?accommodations unsur passed?apply to SAMUEL AYKES k CO., Jy *4?It Cary and Virginia streets. Ij^OR NEW YORK.?Tbo iiiagiiitloout new side-wheel steam-hip NI- ?? ?< AOAKA, Captain Corcu, wtll leave at 13 M. TUESDAY, Julv i4th. Passage to New York, i..?-t?^i meals and state-rooin, only glS Tickets for lb round trip only F'J5. Freight received TO-DAY (Monday) and up to,' the hour of 11 A. M. TO-MORROW. Tickets and state-rooms secured at my otttce, at i Kocketts, or on board the ship. Jy garret f. watson. ! Glebe farm.?for sale, the BEAUTIFUL AND WELL-SITUATED FARM K^>V^LJSBK/' CONTAINING THREE HUN DRED AND EIGHTY-THREE AND ONE-MaLF ACRES, ON THE RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD, A.vDCRO.*SKD B Y *Al D HA!LKUAD; THE DWELLING OFTHE FARM STANDING Af A QUARTER of A MILE FROM THE DEPOT OF AMELIA COUNTY Co(TRT-HoL>E-At there, quest of Mr. Alfred Paul, French Consul in this city, we otter for sale his beautiful and stylish country-seat called ?? GLEBE," located a* above, containing three hundred and eighty-three and one-half acres, of which about two hundred and j seven acres are open and cultivated land, and the balance in wood and timber (oak). The land lias been greatly improved. It produces we||, as the present crops wilt sh?-w All the roads, as sell as the inside and outside fenc-s, have been lately put i In perfect order. Three line springs and twu ice jionds belong to the farm Close by the house there ' 1* a young orchard with about one thousand fruit trees, especially peach trees, and a large garden. I The buildings are very numerous: The main dwelling containing seven mom*, of which four ! are very large, with fine halls up stairs and down stairs, and two spacious porches front arid hack ; ! has been thoroughly repaired this season, newlv t painted inside and outside, painted on the roo'l | with lire-proof paint, papered all over, and iui- 1 proved after the European style ; the overseer's house, near the main buibiing.'but independent of ! it, containing live large moms; five barns; two ? stables, one for the f irui horses and the other for, carriage and saddle bop-ea: a carriage-Lous* ; a . separate kitchen ; a smoke-house - an Ice-house; . a wash-house, and ev? ry character of building ' usually found on flrst-clru-* real estate?are four teen in number, all repaired, painted, or wlil'e- ) washed recently. They are showing, on the pre* tuises, the result of a complete renoration. The i houses in and around the y?rd are iu communica tion with each other bv boarded walks. The Dan ville cars run through the farm, and pass within I three hundred yards of the grove shading the main | house, from the rooms of which the (rains can he seen. Amelia Courthouse, where are the railroad depot, a telegraph ofllc*. and a po?t-ntllce. Is dis tant only a quarter of u mile from th* dwelling For a country retreat, or the permanent residence of a family, the place possesses unusual a!ir.ee tioiis. The appearance of It fmtu the railroad 1? beautiful and striking. As the owner is inclined to sell by reason of his I return to France, with the prospect, unexpected be fore, of not c< ining back, he will otfer great in ' durements, and would ?ellnn easy terms, giving , time for payments. He would take stocks and bonds at market rates, or exchange for good real estate 111 or near Richmond, if desired, lie will ' give early possession, and willsell with ihefarmall ; the GROWING UK< >I'S, including the tobacco crop ; the stock of HORSES, MULES, Hon* CATTLE. POULTRY, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, an t even, ! at the option of the purchaser, all or a part of hit handsome and exceedingly stylish FURNITURE. CHINA. CROCKERY, rich CARPETS, Ac., all of , Hie best quality, of the most reflnod taste and re. 1 plete with luxury. 8everal elegant CARRIAGES and BUGGIES are to be disposed of. The WINES and LIQUORS can be had also. One can leave Richmond at 7 o'clock, A. M., reach Amelia Courthouse at i>J, and return at 2$ P. M.t to be back in the city at 5 o clock, tbun having * five hours to spend at the farm, In going and com ing back the same day. For further particular* apply to u*. A Hue map ; of the farm can be seen at our ofllce. jy sa-jt Harrison, goddin a apperson. j PANNED FRUITS, JELLIES, PIU KLES, Ac.?The undersigned has received a *hipine>>t of CANNED FRUITS. JKLLIK*, PIC KLES, Ac.. Ac., put up bv William II. Thomas. I Esq.. Baltimore, which are offered at Baltimore ' wholesale prices without any charge for freight' , .. D. B. CLARK, _ _Jy 7L?1? _ No 13t7j(.'*ry street. NO T I C E.?The valuable property (with the fishery attached) recently pur* chatted by the town of Manchester from the estate i of the Ute William Walker will be rented on the premises, at public auction, for twelve month*, to I the highest bidder, on the 31?t instant at 5 o'clock, P. M. By order of the Board of Trnvee*. JL3i-^L K. H. TaLLEY, Secretary, TUBRICATING OIL.? THE v7k~ Ijoinia natural petroleum oil. For all kinds of machinery. Will not gum or heat, ' and is the cheapest and best LUBRICATOR before I the public. It has been extensively and severely te*ted io tbinekj. and U confidently rrrommvndea. 1 , PUKLELL LADD k C<7. Druggists? 1 . jy 11 Sole Agents. Boston lead company.?w?! .J?.*1 'ec'lrcd a further supply of NA TIONAL PUKE OKOUND LEAD, (Vf* tone In I store.) which we offer for sale at lbs manatee- i turer s price to dealer*. PALMER, IlARTSOOK k CO., . Agents here, Fourteenth street, ! J7 " second door from Cary. i p)R SALE, SUPERIOR MEAL, FLOUR, PEACH-BLOW POTATOES, CORN, and MILL OFFAL. f>y k Wfti PHILLIPS A WftlOHT, . t4 Gnio md CouudIwIoii Morehiintf. J* No. UK cary street. T OAF, PATENT CUT IA)AF, and JTie 11 #n.*. WtllUmVs" celebrated REFINED SUGARS, which wr otfer to dealers at manufacturers' current prices. palmer, habtsjok a co., Jy* Agsnts here. E ARE IN RECEIPT OF A 8UP W PLY OF TWINB, surh u to used by tobae eonlsta for tying samples. It !? pliant, Joee not slip, and is a good deal Ism la price than uioat of ViZi;:-'"" "?y^'ni.BtRT blair. For sale, counters and DESKS formerly used by the Flrat National Bank of Rich mood. Countera nearly new. and will be eoldcheap. Apply I? Fust.National Bank. LICORICE! LICORICEI?Twenty caeca "J C. k Co." LICORICE; ten caa? 6 ?nto d ^ It 11 A. Y. BTOKES k CO. "POMADES AND COSMETICS, thn pHAMPAGNE.?A large V own lmportatian luat received l__ O. LEAN I, No. a Ixcbaotf Jy II?ts Fourteenth street. . lot of my and for salt by ie Block. A CARGO OF SUPERIOR ROCK LAND LIME, lo arrive, for sale by palmer. iUKTaook k co.. Jy t F?nrteenth street. I?TUI MYSTKRIEUX at Xj MKAllE k BaKKK'B Prog Store, Jy to Ninth aud Franklin street*. UBIN'S PERFUMERY tU MEADE k BAKER'* Drag Wore, Mat'* aud Franklin atrceto. T?IFTY BARRELS B BROWN 8U? T< ^ * co. fHB DISPATCH. TERMR OF ADVERTDBINO: OtM *)urt, on* insertion |l W On* square, two Insertion* i * On* square, three Insertions 1 7* On* eqaar*. >1* Insertions ? ?? Oa*eqbv*i twele* insertions lt| On* square. one month 1* ?? On* NUN, two months 1* it On* square, thraa months m?o T DRTJOJ^ MEWCINES. fro. BONA It I)'N A O U R t O N f c _ j celebrated FOR ith instant <rmni in AIL CA8ES AKUI.NO FRojfi CHILLM a i n FKVEK. v?su.m AND For sale by J. W. Rleon, W.1I. 8eo?t. A Boa*v.. A Cn.tf'bar,*s Johnston, R W. power* fZtJt l McPlulLB ant * Mo*eley, L. W*giw. l ? Thome*. Rendsrrnter ? Bock, B Blair"JUckao&A StDiita k Welsfget, Manchester. Wholesale agents, Pl'UCELL, LADD k CO je 2> "POPULAR ItEMEDIEs7-^Just r*. A eel red at WOOL'S PHARMACY, Fifth and Marshall streets, ForOEKA'h lODJNIZKDCOD-LlYER OIlA I!EUEMAh'S PUKE A>D FKLtJII CoD-LltlK OIL, REYNOLD'S .'pF.CIFIC, for goat and rheuustUm ; lit?UDAL'tT i? PfcFsJN. VlARCAKD'S PILLS. _ and a general a*suttroeut ot RBI.I ABLE MEDICINES AND PURE CHEMICALS Jy D> ha prescriptions. J|ENNO LDS'S PILLS. MORE EVIDENCE OF THSIK EFFICACT. I certify that tnyaelf and family bare been In ti* habit of tining Dr. T. Rennolds's Hepatic Pltls for a long time, and hare never had anr occsslon eren t<> try any other, fortbey bare uniformly answered all the purpose* of a family pill. ] could say a great deal in their faror, but take It for granted that what 1 hare said will Induce other* to try them ; and, if no, their experience, I hare no doubt, will accord with mine. A. J. OARBER Staostob, January I. Ufifi. Dr. T. Rennolds baring been my family phyet. c an up to the time of hi* death, which occurred about two y^ar* ago, I hare bad fr-qu*nt oppor tunities to experience and wl?n?*e the etwu of hie Hepatic Pill ; and I do not l esltate lo state that ( Mieve they are th* best mc Jicine of the kind that ha? ?r^r ii?-H.n u*ed in th!* section of country. My tielghbors ase them, and think a* much of then a* I do _ ? WULlAM J. D. BELL. ACOCHTA Cocxtt, Va. Stacxto*. Va.. January I. 1?M. I take great pleasure in atating that I hare been In the habit of ualiig Dr. T. K?rinnt<l?'t H.p?Uc Pills In my family for some years, and consider tnem In erery re?pect superior to any medicine of the kind. I bare been engaged for wine time in the iron business, wnkcb rendered U necessary to hire many persons in my employ. I hare used these pilia among them with great succes*. W. A. BTRKB. I hereby certify that I hare need, both for my self and In my tainlly Dr T. Kennolds's Hepatic Pills, and truly say lUeii action 1* more eRclent and satUfaetory than at y medicine I hare erer uie-l, and I most earnestly recommend that erery family keep and use them. Theee Pill* nerer gripe. Nothing is claimed for thetu more than they demur*. B'ijami* Caawrotu. Staunton, \ a. I herehr certlfr that I hare nsed Dr. Rennolds's Hepatic Pill# for several year*, both for mye- If and in hit family, and consider thera a most admirable medicine, such as erery family ought to keep itself supplied witn. I think then, greatly preferable to any other ptll I have ??er *rled January ith, lib. TilvMAS J. MICHIB. SrarxTox, v s., January to, t**?. I hereby certlfr that I hare u??d f?.ra number of year* Dr. Kennolda'a Heimtic Pill, and can assure the public that I hare derived more benefit fr? m thetn than from any pill 1 hare e?er used. Their actiou Is uild&nd oulte efficient JoBN R. ScISITT. Persons tronhled wi'b Torpid Liver, Constipa tion, Ac , deserve to ?utfer If they will not try Rennolds's Hepatic Pills Member* of my family Lav* been greatly benefited by their use UKuKUK L. PEYTON. CSABLOTTBSVILLS, Va. Price, FIFTY CENTfj per no*. To be ha i of all druggist# and dealers in medi cine ev? rvwere. PURCELL, LADD fit CO.. Druggists, ? General Agen'a for the Proprietor, corner Main and Thirl* enth streets^ tnr 1* Hirluiimtit. t* rjOClv BRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS SALTS OR MASS. CAUTION. There Is an artlel* on the market approximating very closely to thie mullein* t* xamk, but differing rerv widely is grserAxes. Persons wishing to procure the BALTb t'F THE R<>< KHKIDGE ALUM t-PRlNOS in Kockbr'Ue county, Va..are notified tliKt ther can be hsl 3*. ."UK SPRINGS .tnd of PURCELL, LADD * CD., Richmond; A. B. KITKEB. Lynchburg; COLEMAN A KOOEKS. Baltimore; nEOKMAN A CO., New York. Other druggists in Virginia and In the other Mate* who keep these MlN EKAL WAI EES on sale in our bottle* will be supplied with the** valuable SALTS and furnished with the rroper credentials and with our phamf hlet. . The kiltiof both Ihii ATLR siud lb** SALTS rapidly regaining the position they held both north and south before the war. Price of genuiu* Alum Mass, $99 per pound; ill.60 per ounce. HFAZ1EU k KAND"LPH, jy tf?iui Proprietors U EALING SPRINGS WATER, moM THK H KALI Nil SPRINGS, BATH C<)UNTY. VIRGINIA. Th* prxprU - n? ?-f theee highly celebrated Spring* har?, iu view of meeting the d>nntn.l of the public, had tin* w?t?r carefully b"Uled at the sprinx, a? heretofore, In each uauuer m to pre* *?rve lt? virtues ?n?l characteristics aa whan uaed it tba foanUln. Its pr?.p?-rt!???? ar? well known, and experience has proved tta *.??'?! value In the following die* usees, which hava been cured oy It* use : Scrofula, Kry?ipelM, Torpidity ??f the Lifer. Dyspepsia, Aph* th* or Thruah, (Ua-na .so offensive discharge from the nostril*, Intructtbte Diseases of (hebkfn, raralyvla, Bronchial Atf?ct?on?, Enlarged I'roa. trate Gland, Enls rgement of the Spleen, Urinary Deposits, irritability of the Bolder, Dues*** of tha Kidneys, bplnal Irritation, Neuralgia, Rheuma tism, Diseases of Females. Chronic ophthalmic Affections, whether dependent noon atratnoua or other dyacraala of the body, and in all degenerate and morbid eoudItiona of the Eye from neglected or improper treatment. Price, TEX D<?LLA ilB par caae of one dorea half-gallon bottlea. Orders enclosing thla amount will receive prompt atf*'itlon. DESCKlPTl Vg PAMPHLKT8. containing certl flcatea of cure*, and highly Interesting lettera from m<>at respectable source, and other Infnrmatloa, can be had on application to 8. A. PORTER, Ileal* lug Spring*, Hath county, Va., or to PUK0EI4,, LADD * CO., Druggists, General Agents for the sale of the water. Ja 7?u AYEK S SAHSAPARILLA is a con centrated extract of the choice root, eo com biaed with other anbsMncet of etlll greater altera* tive power aato afford an effectual antidote for die* ease* SARSAPaRILLA Is reputed to cure. Such a remedy Is sercly wanted by those who suffer from STRUMOUS complaints, and that one which will accomplish their cure must prove, as thla haa, of Immense service to (his large class of our sMIcted fellow-cltlaens. How completely this compound will do It has been proren by experiment on many of the wont cases to be found In the following complaints: Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings And Sores, Skin Diseases. Pimples, Pustules, Blotches. Eraptlcoa, St. Anthony's Ptre, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt Kbeum, Scald Head, Ringworm, he. Syphilis or Veoertal disease Is expelled from the system by the prolonged use of tnle SARSAPA* RILLA, and the patient la left In comparative health. Female dteeaacc ere caused by ?? rote la in the and are often soon eured by thla EXTRACT blood, and are ofton a OF lARhA PA RILLa. Do not discard this Invaluable medleiue beeaeee you have been Imposed upon by something pre* tending to b.< Sarsapenlla, while it was wot. When you haw need aTER S, then, and not till then, will yea know the vlrtnee of 8anapartila. For minute particulars of tba diseases U euree we refer you to At SK'S American Almanac, which tba agent below aamed will furnish gratia to all who rail for It. AVER'S CATHARTIC FILLS, for the eve of foetlveneaa. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Dysentery, foul fttomnch. Headache. Files, Rhea* ' mutism, Heartburn, arising from Disordered Sto* * Pain at Morbid Inaction af the Bowels, srtvs )?u? gURGICAL INSTl k P00K1T CABER, MEDICAL UDDLEJAOE, MEDICAL CUm, fc? JOMM W. BttOV. J#? % Mala aa4TMH urn* TTOLLOWAY*fl PILLS, HOLLO "" tssbo. PAD WAYS KtfADY ggU/fjf- ?* r^SSa. 1\K DUPOMV* golden pills. (HtoFSES?]?