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:HIrspatT. Ten *> 1S6S py the AtlftflMc Cable. KN'OT.ANn. . cr??, Juno SO.? Charles Franeis PI' parted for Now York in the N av:n rhino on Saturday tho 27th. N 'nnc SO.? The debate, on the 1 v?vi4h Wfl8 continued in the V'"' ( T nr.is la*t n^ht. The public in "tt'ismdiroimfl"^. The crow, 1 wtk* -a in the calleries was greater than ??<*??? " "** wnt S:t o^roctca that a division would take - ^ ?r:nro of Wales and Prince Alfred ,Vp?ch !" *+ .s the suspensory bill, strongly ? vV -V immediate parage. He reeret "T.w the roval commission on the Irish A' h 1 1 vet mad<i no rpp?rt? rb be ' "U cure that ft?onc t*lC>'r r<vcomTncn(ia T " ' there would ho one for adoption of a ' .Xbrr ??? appointments in the Irish ? burch. , ? * The r( ?<?. ? -1 of the supervisory bill , . .tiary loss. The measure rou ' r r .t Fenian?, but the peo V'fJ irr'ln 'I ? Irish Church estab lishment ^ ' "? anient wrong, and nh..litton I ' -l the wounds of Ire i" 7jlC ; , one of policy, not of property ? ? , , T? e Hihlsop of Oxford saul tne measure tnuld r:r,t pacify the Irish people, -rho wanted nothing less than separation from Ei ?,1 and. ? ? Karl Rugcell said the Irish Church had failed to accomplish the objects of its ex i-:rnce. The equality of the terms of corn ice;* made at the union of England and Irflnn 1 hnd never been kept. He depre , -n ted the policy pursued nn this question h the Ministry, and ended -with an Clo ^nf appeal tO the BO.TWrOHity of llirCto M rnment, and iloclaring that if the afrec ? ns of the people were sccurcd the Crown it ;M lose nothing. IjOrd Cairnes complimented tho House for the jrnod temper shown in this debate. He reviewed the course of the frarners of the I and spoko strongly of the injustice done to the clergy. He disputed the asser tion that this was merely a measure of ! At* 3 o'clock in the morning a division took place, and the bill was rejected? 07 against 192. The result, was received with cheers by the Tories. Lo sdos, June SO . ? Midnight. ? In the House of Lor is to-night the Scotch Keform hill was ngreed to in committee. The Irish Reform bill was passed to a se o.ml reading. 1TAI.Y . Ri?mk, .1 une SO. ? A bull has boon issued . !,?? Fope summoning a penernl council uj in the Vatican on the nth of IV cenber, 1F09. All persons reqvired to at tet. 1 1 !:e council must appear either in per son or by proxy. IUVARIA. BKRl.iN, Jnne SO. ? Bavaria has ratified th?. treaty with the United States for the ? >tect;i"U of naturalized citizens. \M> The following from the letter ? June of the Richmond correspond ed ?: the New York Herald is about as truthful as most of his scribblings : " There is much dissatisfaction in regard . ! nt-s from Virginia to the Con . , t nd steps are being taken to send .i! itM.de delegation, which will pro biiblv vield more intiuencc than the regular , :i ?? iruc. tnen of high posi , ; i \ i ? ili represent tho Chase Coulter Cabell, J. Har ...:ucr.;' H&ymond, and <u T'.e Nt-w York Herald of Tues 'ivo columns of articles in favor of ? t- tin- Democratic nominee. K. Jr.HNSTON* Pardoxkd. ' 1 .bi.soph K. .lolmston, late of the ; ierate scrviee, lms received a full par lrom the President through the in uk-iicv uJ Air. .Secretary Seward. This is i " fir?t pardon yet granted to a full gene ral in iiio Confederate service. General .l.i-mfton arrived in New York on the 30th \iHimo, t/i route to Europe. Thk Alexandria Traoedy? A Third 1' vi it ? Fi n'kuals of thk Deceased. ? Tlie ? at tra-< Iv in Alexandria lias had a yet ??. 1 1 shade cast upon it. Mrs. Susanna !, ;.y, : ho luster of Miss Sliafer, whose n ? hiiicliolv death we recorded on Mon .. . >iic l yesterday from the effects pro <:uce 1 upon 'it by the recent lamentable event;). Mr ?. ivas ill at the time of the ? ibMit. 1 ?( ? v Mild probably have soon i eon well . t' shock which ensued in >n the ret ?; her sister's death. Miss Shaft - ? i>' 1 on Monday after ii' 'On, and hei >vas attended by a very large cc ' persons. Vuung Tennesson i . eathed his last just <s the funeral ot M'ss Shafer was about siting out. His body was committed to tin- 'iiirt alongside that of his betrothed ? tci ! iy afternoon, his funeral being ? k"-1v iitHMi'ied by Masons, firemen, and : eomm mity generally. ? National lit- j : k'.lu, > . l*r.n:ifs Chl'kch, Baltimore. ? The <. iiiirrtration of St. Peter's Pi'otestant Epis church of Baltimore met in their ? H ii.-o of worship for the last time on ?Si ?:!: lay. The rector, Rev. Dr. Grammer, in bi- ,-ermon related the following inte rtsting facts : "In the eixty-four years of St. Peter's church there have gone out from it three Mehops and sixty presbyters, 30,000 Sun Jav -school scholars, 15,000 free-school ^?iii'larts. There have been 750 marriages, baptisms, 1,500 confirmations, 1,131 ^ rinlss. The holy communion has been "1 mini tiered to 2,220 persons, and there !. iw i.oen contributed for charitable pur ples $150,000." The Socjktv of Friends. ? From the of the yearly meetings of Friends recently licld ia Dublin and London it appears that in Ireland there are 2,898 I'teuilcrtj, 1,320 of whom are male and 1 female, and in Great Britain 13, *li> member-. In Great Britain there ' ' recorded ministers and about 409 ''^recorded. The 2G5 are distributed in j - ' meetings, leaving 192 without any. i ^ u ?oj. Honors. ? Miss Bessie Payne, of j ^'arrenton ; Miss Mary Octavia Dunn, Miss Imogen L)unu, and Miss Bettie Cuthbert, of i'eterstmrg, and Miss Emily ^Nxlliamson, of l^rt-uiouth, Va., were among the recipients literary honors at the commencement of M'jum ?.le Sales Academy of Visitation, ol l'uluiuore, on Monday, ' "auity. ? During the last three years fA<j citizens of New York ? Chauncey and ''? ary Rose ? have distributed among chari ly. e associations, in an unostentatious > '?anner, the large sum of $1,150,000, | '-'luivnlfut to or over $1,000 a day during j the whole period. !l>e Maryland delegation to the Demo cratic < onveution leave Baltimore to-day in a train tenders! them by the North tr:i '-eatral Railway Company. "'e deficiency bill reported by Mr. Ste VUH.?.n Monday appropriates f 6,000 for I'rgiuia reconstruction purposes to 30th " "e, unci $93,000 lor the ensuing year. Hint) (j Chronicle opposes a permanent ^,|vurwa?j*t ?f till D?9??b?r? The Crops. I The wheat harvest in the Valley has be gun. As far as can be inferred from the appearance of the ripe grain, and as it falls before the reaper, the crop is good. Yet there is a ead discrepancy between the ap pearance of a crop as the sickle is put into it and the yield when it has gone through the thresher. There is no certainty about ?wheat until it is threshed and in the garner. The Valley crop has a most healthy ap pearance. It seems to have been unusually free from injury. Yet we understand that it has been assailed by a new enemy to that portion of the State. It is a species of weevil not known there before, which was introduced through seed wheat brought from Pennsylvania. It does not impair the growth. The germ is deposited in one or two seeds in a head. The seed fill out as the others, differing from them in a slight curve to the side to which the insect is at tached. This pest begins its ravages when the wheat is matured by boring into the grains, consuming them and propagating its species. It has appeared in many crops, and has occasioned much concern. The Lexington Gazette of Tuesday says: " Mnny of our farmers are now engaged in their wheat harvest, and we are glad to learn that the yield is very fine aud the grain of an excellent quality. " The crops of oats and corn both promise well, and we rejoice to know that our farmers will be amply repaid for their la bor and toil." The Scottsville (Albemarle) Register thus speaks of the crop : " We should be truly thankful to the Giver of all good for a bountiful harvest. Our farmers are now reaping an abundant crop of wheat. The grass crop is also^most excellent, nnd if nothing happens to it th<* vield will be very hc?vy." Daring Robbery in* Wai.Tj Street ? $60,000 in Bonds Stolen* and Rkcovkreo. A most daring theft was committed in a banking-house yesterday morning, which fortunately proved unsuccessful, though not through any fault of the police. It appears that at about half-past 11 o'clock Benjamin Herts, a lad in the employ of D. A. Boody & Co., whose banking-house is located on the second floor 01' No. 12 Wall street, was returning to the office, having in his posses sion a bundle containing $60,000 in Govern ment bonds, and as he was ascending the stairs he was assaulted by an unknown man, who seized him by the throat and beat his head against the wall until he became al most insensible, and was compelled to re lax his grasp on the bonds. The assailant then seized the bundle and fled. He ran through Wall street to Broadway, and crossed Broadway to Rector street. As he waa running down Rector street he jostled rudely against a gentleman who was walk ing towards Broadway. This gentleman, not relishing the rude treatment, turned on thf fugitive and " squared off" at him, when, to hie utter astonishment, thief threw down his bundle and continued his flight. He was soon lost in the crowd, and made his escape. The bundle containing the bonds, which were found to be intact, was restored to the owner. The lad, though severely bruised, is not seriously injured. He gave a very good description of the as sailant, and it is to be hoped that the police will make some effort to arrest him. ? Xeic York World, June 30. ( A Terrible Scene op Si:l?-Ml*hdkr. ? i A. J. Clifford, of Mexico, Oswego county, ; committed suicide on Tuesday last, at the j house of his wife's sister, near Pratt-sville. : His wife had retired to their chamber, and had placed their two children in bed, when Clill'ord entered the room, having in his hard an open pocket-knife. Mrs. Clifford asked him to go to bed and to give her the knife, which he declined, saying that he waB capable of takint ?-?are of his knife; nnd on turning from hi to adjust, the bed he dxew it across hid throat, tn:ikinc the cut deeper ou the left side, aud but slightly wounding the breathpipe, but probably di viding both jugulars. On turning round toward him she discovered the blood flow ing very fas: from hie neck, which she tried to stop with her hands. He tore her hands fro w the wound, saying, 41 Keep still and be quiet." Soon help came, and it required the strength of two men to hold his hands from tearing open the wound. He soon fell to the floor, and expired from loss of blood in about five minutes after inflicting the wound. ? Rochester Express , June 27. Another Victim of Kerosene. ? A most melancholy accident occurred at Mill Creek, in the township of Millburn, 111., on Thurs by which Miss Margaret Tucker, daughter of Thomas Tucker, farmer, lost her life. The young woman, who has been lately keeping house for Rev. Father Dal ton, of that parish, was in her room at the time of the accidcnt, preparing for bed. She was in the act of loosening her shoes, and in doing so upset a kerosene lamp which was in front of her on the door, causing an explosion. The burning fluid spread over her person, and in a moment she was in a blaze. Iler screams brought persons to her assistance ; but as she had secured her door much time was lost in forcing it. She wis so badly burned that she expired the next morning in great agony. Horses Killed. ? We learn that during a storm on Monday evening three fine horses belonging to Captain Paschal Bu ford, of Bedford county, were struck by lightning and instantly killed. The ani mals, with two others, had sought shelter under a tree, when the bolt descended, kill ing three and wounding a fourth. The fifth escaped unhurt. ? Lynchburg News. Fatal Accident. ? A young man named I Henry Gilliam, who resided just across the river, was fatally injured yesterday morn ing under the following circumstances : He was engaged in cleaning out a well on the premises of Mr. Benjamin L. Shelton, near Elon, in Amherst, and remained at the bot tom of the well while the bucket was drawn up by his assistant above. Unfortunately, the rope broke, and the bucket falling, struck Mr. Gilliam on the head, and inflict ed upon him injuries from the effects of which he died in a few hours.? Lynchburg News. ' New Southern Department. ? It is said that the President has determined to create a new military department to be carved out of the southern States, over which General Kousseau will be placed in command, with headquarters at New Orleans. A Charge Corrected.? Senator John son haB written the following letter to Dr. Naphegyi, of Staten Island : " Washington, June 25, 1868. " Dr. (J. Naphegyi , Staten Island, N. Y. : " Sir,? -Having become perfectly satisfied that you are innocent of the charge of having forged my name, made against you several weeks since, 1 deem it due to you to say eo ; and regretting the trouble and con-, cern the charge has caused you, I remain, very respectfully, your obedient servant, [Signed] " Reverdy Johnson." A Tobacoo .Exchange is about to bo estab lished in Baltimore, fitted up after the style of the Tobacco Exchange of this city. It will be located in the warehouse No. 6 South Charles street. Reports from various portions of the State of Indiana are not favorable to the wheat crop. The weevil and the mxdge are cutting it badly. New York merchants are preparing for a heavy fall and winter trade, but business TTith tfc? m in tvrribly dull jurt ?9ir? I The Prospects op the Cotton Crop in Alabama. ? F. Cridland, the British consul at Mobile, writes to Lord Stanley, under date of May 20th, some facts about the cot ton crop in Alabama. He says : "Some months ago, owing to the very low price of cotton, tiie planters of Ala bama were entirely disheartened, and talked of giving up cotton -raising as alto gether unprofitable ; but the great rise in the value of cotton during the months of March and April has produced a general reaction, and the belief now exists that with a fair season at least 400,000 bales will be produced in Alabama alone. The overflowing of many plantations and other lands, occasioned by the never-ending rains of the last thirty days, has done no mate rial damage ; for the cotton is up, as well as the Indian corn, and the negroes are work ing and conducting themselves better than I usual. This is owing, probably, to the fact that the political excitement among the blacks before the election of last year is not likely to disturb their minds this year. Money is again more plentiful also, owing to the rapid advance in cotton : and now that their shipping season is about to close, most of the cotton having arrived at the ports, the planting interest is stimulated, the depression has disappeared, and the prospect is highly favorable." During the rebellion, General Van Dorn, of the rebel army, was killed at Nashville by Dr. Peters for an alleged insult to his wife. The affair cast a gloom over the whole family of Dr. Peters, although he was justified by law. Dr. Peters became strict church member, and received his wife back, but never recovered from the j gloom that overshadowed his life. A short time ago his son committed suicide, nnd a few days ago his daughter, a beautiful and accomplished young lady, arrived in St. Louis for the purpose of taking the veil and devoting her life to religious seclusion. She pr^forfl living at a distance from the scenes of her family misfortunes, nnd in time will take the irrevocable vows of a nun. ? Forney's Press. The ladies of the Mount Jackson Memo rial Association had their third annual floral offering on Saturday, June 27th. The ceremonies were participated in by a large concourse. Rev. J. A. Snyder officiated as chaplain on the occasion, William Wirt Bird as orator, and R. W. Harris as chief marshal. Moses Walton, Esq., late a member of the Convention, has been nominated for the State Senate from the district composed of the counties of Shenaudoah, Clarke, and Frederick. Dr. J. L. Campbell has been nominated as delegate from Shenandoah. The cars on the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas Gap railroad arc now running to Woodstock. It is expected that the cars will run to Mount Jackson in August. Thirty Bocieties with bands of music made a grand turn-out on Sunday last in St. Louis to welcome Bishop Keunick home. General Howard, of the Freedmen's Bu reau, has been elected President of Union College, New York. By the close of this year London expects to have a second tunnei beneath the Thames open for passenger traffic. Colonel Thomas Hayes, one of the dele gates to the 4th of July Convention from California, died in New York on Sunday. The venerable Thurlow Weed, of New York, is about to sail for Europe for the benefit of his health. Mr. Stanberv lias resumed his law prac tice in Cincinnati. SJ/jWDWDEB resorts. HE IIOT SPRINGS, BATH COOWTY, VA. BATHS VARYING IN TEMP Eli ATI TIE FROW SEVENTI -SIX TO ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN DECREES FARE>"IIEIT. James A. McC'lttno. Manager. S. C. Tardy & CO., Proprietors. J. E. Williams, Resident Physician. WILL BE OPENED TO VISITORS JUNE 1ST. The Hotel has been recently enlarged, anil new baths constructed. No expense or effort lias been spared by the proprietors to render this famous watering place as comfortable as possi hit to all visitors. The hot waters here have been well known for more than half a century to possess In a wonderful degree tonic, alterative, detergent, and stimulating properties, and have become justly cel ebrated for the cure of rheumatism, gout, diseases of the liver, skin, bladder, and womb ; paralysis, the result of Injury or serious effusion ; contraction of muscles and Joints, diarrhcca, and dyspepsia, ac companied witn sore mouth and tongue. Route from the North via Orange and Alexan dria railroad to Gordon 8 ville, thence via Virginia Central railroad to Mlllboro' Depot, thence by Trotter & Co.' s stage line over turnpike road to Hot Springs? distance, twenty miles. Route from the South via Richmond or Lync!i burg and Virginia Central railroad to Mlllboro*. A new turnpike from Covington to Hot Springs Is now under construction, which will pass through the beautiful valley of Jackson's river and by th? mamiilicent falls In Alleghany county. This road Is expected to be finished by July *1.-4. and will shorten the stage ride several miles, while the pas senger will be saved the fatigue of crossing the mountain and enjoy the opportunity of seeing the fine scenery of oue'of the most beautiful valleys in Virginia. A RAND OF MUSIC engaged for the season. Flue large BALL-ROOMS, BILLIARD ami BOWLING SALOONS fitted up, <fcc. For descriptive pamphlets and circular?, apply to S. C. TARDY A CO.. post-office box 517, Richmond, Va. ; or to J. A. MCCLUNG, Manager. Hot Sprlugs, Va. Board? $<3 per day, $20 per week, $75 per month. my 22? tl5Jy Y "Bellow sulphur springs.? These celebrated and popular Springs, situated In Montgomery county three and a half miles from Chrlstlansburg depot, are now open for the recep tion of visitors, and the attention of the springs going public is respectfully Invited to the advan tages tney present. The waters of these Springs are unrivalled In all cases of dyspepsia, cutaneous diseases, and uterine affections, and in cases of debility act as a " POWERFUL RESTORATIVE. They have proven eminently useful In many female diseases, and In CHRONIC DIARRHCEA are regarded as a bi'KCIPIC. The natural advantages of this place are UN SURPASSED BY ANY IN THE STATE, being situated almost upon the very summit of the Alleghany Mountains. The air Is always cool and bracing, the climate Is healthy and salubrious, the water of delightful temperature (55 degrees fahren lieit), the grounds are shaded and protected every hour in the day by a thick grove of forest oaks. The hotel and buildings have recently been en larged, renovated, and refitted, and the proprie tors flatter themselves they can offer to their guests accommodations unsurpassed by any watering place In the mountains, and confidently ask a visit from the public. Visitors to the springs will stop at Chrlstlans burg, where comfortable coaches will be In at tendance on the arrival of each train to convey them to the springs. KATES OF BOARD : Per day $ 3.00 Per week 18. 00 Per month 60.00 For a longer period than two months, per month 50.00 Colored servants, and children uot.occupying seats at first table, half the above rates. Dr. JOHN B. RADFORD, Col. HENRY A. EDMUNDSON, Maj. JAMES P. EDMUNDSON, Gen. G. C. WHARTON, Proprietors. J. A. Davis, formerly of the Norvell House, Lynchburg, Superlndendent. je 25? eodlm THE JACKSON RIVER HOTEL is now open for the accommodation of BOARD ERS. Persons In quest of a nice SUMMER RE SORT will find this place admlrablvsulted to their wants. There are good ALUM, SULPHUR, and CHALYBEATE SPRINGS In a short distance of the Hotel. ? The table will be well supplied with all the DELI CACIES OF THE SEASON. Board by the month. $45 ; children under teu years of age and servants, $17.50. J. A. COGBJLL, Jackson's River Depot, je 3? 8w Alleghany county, Virginia. TTARIETY SPRINGS.? This delightful V summer resort, situated fifteen miles west of Staunton, on the Virginia Central Railroad, will be opened for the accommodation of guests on the 15th June. Business men wishing a retreat for their families during summer will have everyad vantage hen-. From Richmond, Baltimore, Washington, "and other cities, thev reach these springs on the same day at 5 o'clock "P. "M. Seven different kinds of water, and, agreeable to analysis, of superior quality. The cars stop at the door. Tjkiims : $3C per month, $10 per week, $2 per day. Children tinder twelve years and servants half prlc lUU^UU* JkW*M^TOBUBS. it-lm TTT.T .tcgrafhio news. Latest News from Washington; Special telegram to the Dispatch. Washington, July 1, 1868. j THE FINANCE COMMITTEE WILI. REPORT IN FAVOR OF COLONEL MUT>ORD?9 CONFIRM A- ! TION. In the ca?c of Colonel Mulford, nomi nated ftfi collector of the third irginia district, it is understood th.it it was recon eidered by the advice of Com miss inner Rollins, who testified to the correctness of | his accounts and his business qualifications, and the Finance Committee now intend to report unanimously in favor of his confirm ation. REPUBLICAN CACCT3 ? ADJOURNMENT ? THE j FUNDING, TAX, AND TARIFF BILLS. At the caucus of Republican senators this morning the question of adjournment i was discussed, but no conclusion was reached. The general opinion was that it could be effected between the 20th of July j and the 1st of August. Considerable discussion occurred on the propriety of considering the funding bill j a3 an amendment to the pending appropria tion bill, which Mr. Sherman advocated very earnestly. The opinion prevailed, j however, that it would delay business too I much to encumber the appropriation hill ; with such an important measure, and Mr. Sherman finally consented to withdraw the bill for the present. The tax bill will probably be reported to the Senate to-morrow, but it will hardly be taken up this week. Such a large number of members are obtaining leaves of absence that it is feared that a working quorum will not ho present in the House next week. The tariff bill was reported back to the House to-day with a number of amend ments. The most of the committee are of opinion that the bill can hardly be acted upon this session, though Mr. Moorehead, who reported it, thinks differently* GENERAL BANKS AND THE ALASKA APPRO PRIATION. It is asserted in high circles that should General Banks succeed in carrying the ap propriation for the purchase of Alaska through the House he will receive the nomination of Minister to Russia, in place of Mr. Clay, who tendered his resignation several months ago. Speaker Colfax be lieves the money will be appropriated, but by a very close vote. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. In event of Perry Fuller's rejection, it is asserted that Mr. Risley, long an officer of the Department, will be nominated a6 Com missioner of Internal Revenue. Wallace. Congressional. Washington, July 1. ? Senate. ? Mr. Trumbull spoke against the bill excluding the southern States from the Electoral Col lege, and moved to strike from the bill Flo rida and Arkansas. No action was taken. The consideration of the civil appropria tion bill was then resumed. Mr. Sherman withdrew the funding bill which he had of fered as an amendment. i The House has under consideration the ' Alaska bill. Mr. Washburne, of Wisconsin, opposed i any appropriation to carry the treaty into ! effect. The understanding is that a vote will be takeu on Thursday next. General McDowell Relieved. Washington, July J- ? The President has relieved General McDowell from command >f the Fourth District, He is ordered ;o report wiiiiouC uoiarr vo iLc W*n* ment. Gillemsuccecds McDowell in command of the Fourth District. Florida? Surrender of the Slate <*ov? crnmcnt to Governor Keed. Tallahassee, Fla., July 1. ? Governor Reed received the surrender of th^ govern ment of the State to-day from Governor Walker, in compliance with the order from General Mead", according to General Or ders No. 92, fr m Atlanta, dated yesterday, "that military rule ceases in this State, and the commander of the sub-district ir ordered to abstain from interference with the civil law upon any pretext whatever." As no appointments have been iuhH? for State and county officers, the old ones will hold over till appointments by Governor Keed and confirmation by the Legislature, which meets on the 7ih instant. Highly Important from New Orleans -isscmbllnff of the LegiMlattiri'. 1 New Orleans, July 1. ? This morning", before the hour for the assembling of the ? legislature, a section of artillery and a squadron of cavalry, prepared for service, occupied Lafayette Square. Two compa nies of the First infantry, commanded by Captain Viele, occupied the sidewalk front ing the Mechanics Institute. A large body of police were on duty in and around the building. No one not giving a good account of his business was allowed to approach. Appearances indicate trouble. Colonel Gentry and General Neille, of General Buchanan's ttafl', were also pre sent. The Senate was called to order at quar ter-past 12 o'clock. Few Democrats were present. The roll of members ? only those who took the teat oath, including Campbell, as stated yesterday ? was then called. After the minutes were read, the commit tee to which General Buchanan's order was referred yesterday reported that they were of opinion that the action of the President in requiring members to take the te.st oath should be fully sustained. A due respect, however, to the wishes of the Gener.il com manding the armies of the Cnited States induced the committee to recommend a dis continuance of the test oath, and that here after members be allowed to qualify in accordance with the Constitution of the State. A motion that the first paragraph be stricken out created considerable discus sion, and was finally tabled. The report was then adopted as it came from the committee. A motion was made that the roll furnish ed by the commanding General be called, and all members wishing, to be sworn under the Constitution. In calling the roll, the name of Sambola, ousted yesterday by election, was omitted, though he presented himself" to be sworn in. Fifteen Democratic senators took the con stitutional oath. Several motions were offered, when Lynch called attention to Article 159 of the Constitution, which states that no action of any kind can be taken by the Legislature until action upon the fourteenth amend ment. The Committee on Credentials and Elec tions was discharged, on motion of Mr. Kay, in order that a new cue be appointed, on which the Democratic side might be repre sented. The. Legislature then adjourned. Sambola will probably take his seat to morrow, and contests for scats will proceed regularly .r- - - The House proceedings were of a similar nature, but there was more opposition to dispensing with the test oath when the roll was called on asecmbling; but subsequently, i vrhCfi tiae rvii was caUcd of tli?? eltwd "who had not qualified, but three qualified vsnder the Constitution. More "will pro bably do so to-morrow. The House permanently organized by the election of Charles W. Lowell (white) as Speaker. The^ House adopted a joint resolution ratifying the fourteenth amendment by a vote of 57 to 3. A resolution was offered by W. Pope No ble, one of the three Democrats who quali fied, that the roll of members as returned by General Buchanan be called, and that | members qualify whether their seats be , contested or not. The motion was tabled, i It was resolved by the House that none disqualified by the fourteenth amendment I or article ninety-nine of the Constitution, or whose seats are contested, be allowed to take their seats. It is authoritatively stated that the ap plication for the presence of the military to-day was made by two Democratic sena tors. Florida Cons-rpssrann Sworn In. Washington, July i. ? Hamilton, mem ber of the House from Florida, was sworn in to-day. Oliio Politics. Cincinnati, July 1.? The Thirteenth District Democratic Convention held at Newark, Ohio, yesterday, nominated Geo. Morgan for Congress. General Sapior in Paris. I ^ Paris, .July 1 . ? General Napier, of Abys I pinian War notoriety, arrived li^re yestor i day. He is the guest of Lord Lyons. Ife 'rill be created a Peer on his return to En,r ; laud. ? Valuable Carjsro. St. L^uts, July 1. ? The steamer Benton has arrived at Leavenworth from Upper Missouri with skins valued at 875,000. The buffalo is plenty this season, and all kinds of skins better than ever known before. The Indians continue very troublesome along the river. Domestic Markets. New York, July 1 . ? Stocks strong. Gold, 140 Exchange, 110>?. Money, 3@4. Old 5-20's, 113% ; new, 10!) W. Ex-inte rest 10-40's, 107%. 7-30's, 109J<. North Carolina ex-coupons, 73. Virginia ex-cou pons, 5G ; new, 55. Flour dull and decli ning. Wheat nominally lower. Corn a shade better. Mess pork, $27.80. Cotton quiet at 31 l(c. Freights quiet. Turpen tine quoted at 44l?c. Rosin quiet. New York, July Afternoon.? Cotton a shade firmer ; sales of 1,800 bales at 31 ^ @32c. Flour ? State and western rules strong; southern drooping; common to fair extra, $8.90@$10.40; choice, $14.50. Wheat dull ; Georgia new, $2.70. Corn, lc. bet demand. New mess pork, $27.75. Freights firm. Government secu rities closed weak. Coupons, 108 7jC. Ten nessee^ 6'b, 71), < ; new, 70. Virginia G's, 57. North Carolina G's, new, 74. Goki closed firm at 140}?. Cincinnati, July 1. ? Flour and corn dull. Cotton dull and quiet. Whiskey firm. Mess pork offered at $27.20@$27.25. 3acon ? Shoulders, 12c. W ilmington, J uly 1. ? Spirits turpentine firm at 39c. Rosin declining; strained, ?$1.S5; No. 1, $2.50. Tar declined; sales | at $3.25. Charleston, July 1. ? Cottm quiet and rather easier ; sales, 84 tales middlings at 30^c. Augusta, July 1. ? Cotton ? Market dull ; salesl35 bales middlings at 30c. Savannah, July 1 . ? Cotton has advanced ; sales 357 bales middlings at 21c. Mobile, July 1. ? Cotton ? Sales yester day, ]25 bales; exports, 301 bales. Themar 1 ket to-day closed linn and low ; middlings, 27c. I New Orleans, July 1. ? Cotton firm; middlings, 20c.; sales, 63 bales. New York sights premium. Gold, 139J0'? I Flour firmer ; superfine, 67 ; treble j X, ;:"j. Corn firm at 95c. mtLI' Foreign Jif nrkt'S. . London, July 1 - Soon. ? Consols, 045v ' I ni< ed States bond-, 73^. | London, July Consols, ? Li ? bBi'xni., July i. ? A007? . ? Cotton dull , and declined 1-1 G; sales of 8,000 bales up I lands at 4!?@4^d. Com firmer. Wheat j and .flour heavy. Provisions steady. After - j wo?). ? Cotton easier. j Liverpool, July l. ? Cotton dull; sales 8,000 bales uplands at llV-SllWd. ? | Orleans, U%@1 2d. WINES LiQIIOSSS. ~ A BARRELS " MOUNTAIN COVE " t/U WllISK E* Ibrsalcby PALM Kit, HARTSOoR A CO.. jt* 23 Agents for tills whNkey. FINE WINES. i *Vo have Just rtcelvc.l an Invoice of fliu CLARET, PORT. AND SIIERRY "WINES. GEORGE I. HERRING & CO. [J? 17-1 m] XTENXIY MILLER, WINE MERCHANT, 1503 MAIN STREET, Je IS Richmond, Va. PURE MALTED RYE WHISKEY. GENERAL LEE BRAND. I have now oil hand 100 barrels of this article so desirable for familv use and medicinal purposes. I warraii' it to be PURE MALTED RYE. COP PER-DISTILLED und FREE FROM ALL ADUL TERATION, and consequently claim ibr It that it is the very best article of whiskey in this mar ket. STEPHEN MASON, 1501 Main street, Je 11 ? 3m corner of Seventeenth street. Office ok Lancaster & Co. THIS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY the 4th instant. Bills and notes maturing that day must be attended to the day previous. jy 1 ? 3t Beware of hatters, tailors, AND SHOEMAKERS REPAIRING YOUR SEWING MACHINES.? Alwavs take your ma chines to a PRACTICAL MAN. You can tind hiin at the Union Manufacturing Company's Works, on Cary street near Fifteenth, where you can get NEEDLES and any part of any Sewing Mac nine manufactured. I put the Improvements on the Sloat Elliptic, Wheeler .? Wilson, Grover it Baker, and do a general SEWING-MACHINE REPAIRI NG BUSINESS. All repairing WARRANTED. Je 20? lm GEORGE H. BROWN. "YyOODEN WARE. 50 .dozen TWO-HOOPED PAINTED BUCKETS, 50 dozen THREE-HOOPED PAINTED BUCK ETS. 25 dozen TWO-HUOI'ED VARNISHED BUCK ETS, 25 'dozen Til It EE-HOOPED OAK -GRAINED I BUCKETS. 25 nests PAINTED TUBS. Ac.. &c., for sale by WAGGONER & HARVEY, No. 3 Pearl Block, Je 24 Fourteenth street, New method of washing CLOTHES WITHOUT LABOR.? The AU TOMATIC CI.OTHES-WASIIER AND BOILER does the work in twenty minutes. Can be used on any stove or range. It has been thoroughly tested, and pronounced unequalled aa a CLOTHE S WASIIEK by the thousands who have It In in?e. For sale by GREGORY & CO., je 18 1417 Main street. $10 A DAY MADE BY ANY ONE with mv PATENT STENCIL TOOLS. 1 ^re-pay samnlea free. Beware of infringers. My circulars will explain. Address A. J. FULL AM. t je 8? lm SpringtleM Vermont. V'OTICE. ? The Board of Directors of the _L i National Bank of Virginia have declared a DIVIDEND OF FIVE PER CL XT. out of the earuiugs of the bank for the last sttc montns (free of tax to the stockholders), payable on and after the first day of J ul v. jy I? at J. B. MORTON'. Cashier. P~iG IRON. ? No. 1 and 2 AMERICAN PIG IRON for sale in lota to suit purchasers bv GORDON Jt C RING AN, je #11? lw Pearl Block. MINING FUSE of every variety offered by manufacturer's agents. aD 1 WOO DM. FAY A RKRD. 1 aTaLES GUM ? SORTS" FOR dALE ;on',} rALXXS, HA3IBQQ& A CVi a<MTHIWO. QLOTHING " AND FURNISHING GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. DEVLIN'S, 1007 Main street, orrosiTK post-office. Jy2_6t RICHMOND, VA. Light cassimeres for pants Just received, which we will make to measure In the latest styles. ALSO. LIGHT CASSIMERE PANTS ready made, In irreut variety, at * WM. IRA SMITH & CO.'S, jy i 13 OS Main street. H IGH PRICES KILLED OFF AT BALDWIN'S. C L O T 11 I N G GOING OFF WITH A RUSH. Corner Main and Tenth streets. NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS. Je -7 I IN EN AND ALPACA COATS u AT 1300 MAIN* STREET. FINE CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES at 1S00 Main street. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ALL KINDS, at 1300 Main street. PEMBROKE WHITE DRESS SlilKTS at 1300 Main street. CLOTHING AND SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER at 1300 Main street. CALL AT THE OLD STAND, 13uC Main street. E. B. Sl'ENCE, Agent, Je 10? lm . Merchant Tailor. 1517 MAIN STREET.? CLOTHING FOR SPRING, CLOTHING F<>1' SUMMER, anrt all kinds of READY-MADE CLOTHING In style at reduced prlccs. Boys' Clothing, Youths' Clothing, Suits for chil dren three years and upwards ; Garibaldis, Bls mareks; Alpaca ; and Linen Suits at $2.50. for youths of all sizes. Always on hand, a carefully selected stock of CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, and VE STINGS, of the latest style. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. Also on hand, a large assortment of FURNISH ING GOODS, new style of HATS. TRUNKS, UM BRELLAS. CARP ET-H AGS, VALISES, &c., at Richmond Clothing Hall. my 23 JULIUS K BAKER. Merchant Tailor. NEW, COMPLETE, AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING MARVELLOUSLY LOW PRICES AT M. W. ROSE'S, 828 BROAD STREET, CORNER OF FOURTH. Also, the largest and most varied stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS ?f the latest styles, VALISES and UMBRELLAS. which he has selected with care for this market, 'nd embracing every article kept In a first-class c othrng-hoiise. Remember M. W. ROSE. 328, corner Fourth and Broad streets, my 15? 3m DRY GOODS. A PLEASANT SURPRISE: To find that Goods can be bought as cheap as before the war. and some at even LOWER PRICES THAN EVER! Call and get some of the bar gains : Tlleached Cottons at 10 and I2?c. per yard : Neat Calicoes at 12 jc., worth 15c. per yard ; Mozamblques and Berates, 20 and 25c.. very cheap: Best Jaconet Lawns at 25c., pretty styles : Brown Linen Drill and Duck it 25c. per yard ; White Linen Duck and Drilling, the best and ehf-apest. ; . Splendid assortment of Cassimeres and Tweeds; <-i Organdies, Berages, and Grenadines, for i rhawls; i'alm-le.af. Linen, and SBkFaiis. of all kinds; Plain and Beaded Parasols, latest deblgns ; Alices Silk Sun Umbrellas at low prices ; j Swiss, Nainsook, and Checked Muslins, Dlml i ties. Brilliants. White and Buff Marseilles, Irish ' i lneii-. Linen Lawns, Organdies, Grenadines ) Black Silks. Table Damask, Napkins, Towels, I Marseilles Quilts, Pillow-case ana Sheeting Lln ent?, Hoop Skirts : Hemstitched. Embroidered, and Lace Handkerchiefs ; Gloves, Mits, Hosiery, I Ribbons, Bugle Trimmings, Embroideries ; Paper. I Linen, and Lace Collars. Ruftlings. Ac., Sec. Our :>:.o<:.k be.ing very complete and prices low, we feel I confident of suiting purchasers In everv respect. WILLIAM THALHIMER & SONS, No. 315 Broad street, between Third and Fourth, and also 1519 Main street (Ezeklel's old stand). N. B Mr. GUS. TllALHWttB has charge of the Main-street store.ja.nd Messrs. H. Koi'FKL and N. Si n v ftsk are with us, and will be pleased to serve their frlcndfi.. je 20 W. T. & SONS. A MEKICAN TKADE PALACE, No. 429 il BROAD STREET Just received at the American Trade Palace another beautiful stock of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS : Beautiful Lawns, fast colors, 20c. per yard : Cheek Muslin, lffc. and upwards : Beautiful Dotted "<\vlss Mn"lln, 25c. and upwards; Ladles1 and Mis*-*' H.'ts. loc. and upwards: Ladles' and Misses' Shaker Hoods. 15c. apiece : Beautiful Plain ?<iiil Beaded Parasols, $1.50 and upwards : Beauti ful Satin-striped Leuos and Mo/.ambioues, double wf fth. 23c. per yard, worth 10c. : Beautiful Prluts, fa^t colors. )0c. and upwards ; every style and i|iia1itv?<fLadle?.' Misses' and Gentlemen's Gloves, very cheap. Silverware, Jewelry, and Albums. In ?rreat vnrletv. verv low. [jo 20] S. HEINE. jSJO HUMBUG. SELLING OFF AT COST. U In? compelled to move, In order to have our store enlarged, w? shall therefore offer our ENTIRE STOCK OF DKY GOODS, which Is complete In all Its brandies, AT COST FOB CASH until the 1st of September. HIRSH & GUGGENHEIMER, 027 Broau street. W. C. KEAJf, T. C. CllENBRY, Salesmen. Je is CELLING OFF I SELLING OFF ! ! TO CLOSE ! TO CLOSE 1 1 With the view of engaging In another business I have determined to close out my ENTIRE STOCK OK DRY GOODS, which Is very large, for a short time only, AT AND BELOW COST. It would be useless to attempt to enumerate any particular goods or prices, and will only say that the stock Is complete In all branches, and every ar ticle mcst be sold regardless of cost ; and what ever remalus uusold within a short time will be disposed of at auction. llils la a chance rarely offered to consumers of dry goods, and will be to the Interest of all In want to call early at ISAAC HUTZLER'S, Je 3 No. 529 Broad street, corner of Sixth. New goods? new goods.? VALENTINE PLACE.? We have Just re ceived our supply of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of DRESS TRIM MINGS, WHITE GOwDS, NOTIONS, Ac. We desire to call the speel.nl attention of tbe ladles to our well-selected stock of Embroidered and Thread Edgings, Real Lace Collars and Laces, Em broidered Handkerchief?, Parasols, Ac., which we are offering at very low figures. ARMISTEAD A BFBB, ap 14 corner Ninth and Broad streets. TOBACCO PRESSES & BOXES. r)BACCO BOXES. ? Use WHITLOCK'S PREMIUM TOBACCO BOXES. A compli mentary premium awarded for my boxes at the fair In Richmond In October, and also at the fair In Danville In November, X?67. for style, materia] use<l, and exactness. Examine my stock of lum ber before buying the boxen, and you'll be con vinced that It Is thoroughly seasoned. CADDIES, HALF BOXES, T H ft Kfc-O CARTER BOXES, and CASES, kept constantly on hand. Boxes carefully put in sliooks for shipment. R. IL.WHITL OCX corner of Eighteenth and Cary streets, my 4? 5m ?EBfTiSTB?v DR. C.E. ku)EBER (DENTAL?TO ROOMS No. 902 BROAD STREET, RICHMOND. VA..) Inserts beautiful ARTIFI CIAL TEETH on the VULCANITE BASE for twenty to thirty dollars per set. Particular atten tion given to all operations necessary to the preser vation of the natural teeth. Correction of Irregu lar tcetli, cleaning, extracting, and the treatment of deutal diseases generally. my 2* SPEARS'3 FRUIT-PRESERVING SO LUTION, for preserving all kinds of fruits, torn i toes, wine, cider, and milk. In a fresh and wholesome condition without the use of patent cans. Many narilcs used this lire server last year, and cau testily that It sates both trouble and time, and will du all for which It 1? recommended. For ?ale by R. W. POWERS, lY 1 >'9t AW Xftlu t> _ mnSER RESORTS. ^ JJOCKBRIDGE BATHS, ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, VA., OPEN JULY 1ST. 81tnsted directly on the road to Lexington, nine miles south of the Virginia Central railroad. Persons leave the cars at Goshen depot, Virginia Central railroad, where ample stage and express facilities connect with the dally western and cast ern trains. Th? road from Goshen to the Baths (nine miles) Is now being put In thorough repair. Terms : $3 per day ; $18 per week ; ??o per month. je 23? ?tt? HARMAN & MAYO. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, GREENBRIER COUNTY, WE8TVA. These SPRINGS, so long and favorably known to the seekers of health and pleasnre, will he open for the reception of visitors on the l?T of JUNE. With extensive Improvements and a general re furnishing of the establishment, we will be pre pared for the comfortable accommodation of from FIFTEEN HUNDRED TO TWO THOUSAND PERHOT AND WARM SULPHUR BATHS, ^ so eminently serviceable In connection with the Internal use of these ALTERATIVE WATERS, arc always at the command of the ?lsltor. One of the best city BANDS OF Ml .SIC will be !n attendance to enliven the LAWNS and tb? HALL-ROOM, and a suitable LIVERY will be open to the use of those who may desire to Indulge in hors?*bi\ck and carriage exercise. In addition to other amusements, thepmpnetors have provided a new ?nd elegaut BOWLING AL LKV and BILI.I AKt>-KOOM. Charges will THREE DOLLARS * day. or EIGHTY lHH.LAK>tver month: children under ten years and colored servants, half price; white servant* acfcX'flngto accommodations. No effort or e'sjwnwj will be spared on the part of the proprkton to manage this establishment In a manner iHtt calculated to promote the comfort of visitors In every re?.|>eet. PEYTON'S A CO., White Sulphur Springs, JelP? 1m West Virginia. L~OCUST GROVE.? This delightful SUM MER RESORT, conducted for many years pa*t by John S. Cocke. Emj.. two miles from Green wood depot, Virginia Central railroad, will be o|>eued for visitors on the M r-it of July. 184S. Terms : $3o per month. $10 per week. Address, A. K. YANCEY. JR., ? je 22? im Greenwood Depot. Albemarle, Ya., Petersburg Index and Norfolk Virginian , ? and send bill to A. K. Y.. Jr. SEA-BATHING AT COBB'S ISLAND.? This delightful summer resort, situated eigh teen miles northeast of Cape Charles and eight miles from nearest main land, Is rapidly growing, to become one of the most attractive places on the I'oastof America. Its pleasant, pure, and delightful breezes, giving strength to the Invalid, will never be forgotten by those who have heretofore enjoyed them. We have made many Improvements, both In the furnishing of our housws ami general beauty of our grounds. The surf-bathing is on a grand scale, and cannot he surpassed being perfectly safe, with an abund ance of bath-houses. Shooting, Ashing. and boating cannot l?e excelled on the continent, with an abundance of bo?ts and (? vperlenced men to attend to the wants of visitors, with other amusements? bowling saloons, billiards, Ac. A BAND OF MUSIC hag been engaged. Passengers leaving Richmond and Petersburg, arriving at Norfolk on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Krldavs at 0 A. M., will connect with steamer to Cherrystone, and thence by a line of hacks across the peninsula (four miles) to Nottingham's Land ing. and thence by steamer to the island, arriving at 2 P. M. Terms : Per day. $3 ; per week, $1* ; per month, $W. COBB BROTHERS. Proprietors, Cherrystone post-office, je 2 3m Northampton county, \l? WARM SPRINGS, BATH COUNTY, V A. ?CHANGE <>F PROPRIETORS? Having recently assumed the proprietorship of this old and fashionable watering-place, and completed our arrangements for the entertainment of visitors, we now solicit the patronage of the public. Every effort has been made to restore to this establish ment Its former reputation. The remedial proper ties of the waters nave been sufficiently attested in the numbers who have l>eeii relieved or Rheumatic, Gouty, and other Affections, while the luxury of the Baths, when once enjoyed, cau never he forgot ten. Persons desirous to have full lnforruatloa concerning the character of the waters may con sult our circular, which will be scut to them, on application, free of postage. We pledge ourselves that our table-shall not bo Inferior to any kept either In city or country. The ii" uu of our .'manager is suHlelent to luaure good ' ng. The route to the Warm Springs is by Richmond and Staunton to Mlllboro' depot, on the Virginia Central railroad, where a line of stages connect* with the trains, enabling passengers to reach the Springs the same day after leaving Richmond, Lynchburg, Washington, or Baltimore. Rates ok Board: Per day. $2.5o; per week, ?15 : per month (four weeks). *3c. * 1 DARNELL A REVERCOMBE, Proprietors. Major Peter H. WOOOWARD, Manager. May 1. MM. my 5? 3m Mountain house, CAPO?* BPIttMGSS Hampshire county, west Virginia. This delightful and well-known SUMMER RE SORT Is now in a state of preparath n for the ap proaching season, and will soon be in complete repair. ? ?KM. .111-1 VOL. KWOW..J ...... .1 hv stage-coach twenty-li >'? tulles. From V. ' via Richmond, Washington, and Alexandria, by Manassas Gap railroad to strashurg, then stage seventeen in lies. The proprietor takes pleasure in announcing to the public that he lias secured the. service"- of.MJ LIIjS C. WADDLE,, Esq., who is well and favor ably known to the visitors at Capon as former proprietor. Tariff of Rates: per month of four weeks : JUS single week : ?3 per dav. Je U? -ia S. M. CARTMKLL. ,, A UOUSTA WHITE SULPHUR AND ALUM SPRINGS, (FORMERLY KNOWN* AS SIR/UMNO'S,) Thirteen miles from Staunton, Augusta, Va. -J. A. HEFELFINGER, Proprietor. This dellghtrtii Mountain Retreat, thirteen inllci northwest from Staimton, directly on the Warrer Spring and Harrisonburg turnpike, has been un dergoing Improvement for the last year and wll he ready lor the reception of visitors on the 1st o; .1 inie. Persons leaving Baltimore, Washington, Blclw tnond, or Lynchburg, arrive at this place the same day by 7 P. "M. The TABLE Is supplied with the BEST FARE to be had In the cottntry. With an experience of manv years as the lessee of one of the finest watering-places in Virginia as his guide, the proprietor flatters himself that he will" be able to afford satisfaction and pleasure to all who visit '.he Augusta White Sulphur and Alum Springs for the restoration of health or the enjoy ment of pleasure. GOOD MUSIC has been provided for the season, .Hid a full corps of attentive and efficient servants will be on hand to attend to the wants of guests. Tariff of Rates : *2.5') per day, $15 per week, per month. A reasonable deduction from the above price* will he made to families wishing to remain two months, or the season. J. A. HEFELFINGER, Je 17? lm Proprietor. T) OCKBRIDGE A LUM" SPRINGS. \ , OPEN JUNE 1. Tula* most favorite resort, alike for health and recreation, is now Iji complete order for the recep tion of guest-. Our aim snail he to keep it better t ban It lias ever been kept before. Its remarkable medicinal virtues need not now be advertised to the Virginia public and the South. For full Information as to all part leu far*, apply for Pamphlet, with map of railroad routes. Ac., to TURCELL, LADD A CO., Richmond, A. B. RUCKER A CO., Lynchburg, or by mall to FRAZTER A RANDOLPH, Proprietors. Board. $3 per day ? t1*" perinonth. Passengers leave the cars at Gosiien Depot. Stage fare, $t. 50. Throngh tickets can be bought to the Springs. ray 25? 2m AOBICU1TUBAL A VIRGINIA" IN VENT [ON',- We have J.JL now on exhibition at No. 14. oa Fourteenth street opposite the Exchange Hotel, the la w ami valuable uiachiiic known av AJINALL'S COCKLE, GAKUCK. aud SMUT SEPARATOR, the only machine known tint can perfectly sepa rate cockle* from wheat without regard to the ?i*e of the cockle. In this machine the new principle of ADHESION, as implied to machinery of this clans, Is strikingly and successfully demonstrated, and we Invite the millers, machinists, and busi ness men of Richmond generally who feel inter ested in the agricultural development Of our State, to call and see for themselves. We are now offering for sale COUNTY and CITY RIGHTS in th? State- of Virginia and West Vlr rinli, and wiii be glad to see any gentlemen from die country who may be vh-ltliig the city. Communications must be addressed to us at Charlottesville, Va., or to Captain T. C. Morton, Exchange Hotel, Richmond. \ a. Jy 2_Jm MINOR A PEYTON^ TH RE SHI N G MACHINERY. ? GEI SER'S IMPROVED THRESHER, CLEAN Klt. AND HAGOER, for feur horses ; WESSlNU HO USE'S THRESHER AND CLEANER, fur six horses ; PITT'S THRESHER AND CLEANER, for eight horse* ; SMITH'S THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS, for four, six. and eight hordes. Having the Richmond agency for tlie first three machines, each unrivalled In its class, and manu facturing the last ourselves we are enabled t.> supply promptly every want of the farmers iu this liny, and in all csaea to guarantee perfect satisfac tion. No delay in lllling orders. MONTGOMERY'S IMPROVED ROCKAWAY VAN, with latent Improvements for s?j>araling the cockle from the wheat. now iu store. Jo 30 H. M. SMITH ACU, Manufacturers. NOTICE,? The city carta will remove all garbage placed lu boie? or barrels aud de posited ou ilve curbstone# or iu the throu^h-alleya of the city, as follows : _ In Monroe aud Clay Wards ou MONDAYS. In Madison Ward ou TUESDAYS. . In Jcffersou aud Marshall Wards ou WEDNES DAYS. Commencing on MONDAY the Nth Instant, ami continuing their weekly rounds as above stated until further notice. liy order of the Commissioners of Street# gei?e rally/ GILL, 11 il-M Wl AWilflW.