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VOLimiS 66. _RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY MORNINQ SEPTEMBER 17, 1861. NUMBER 68.
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RICHMOND DAILY WHIG. I
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MM •pedfl*. 5 on t . v antu^ript, or prsvlcusly agreed mpen be
IW2aVdrerttiiraent aot *soksd on ths copy for aspacWed ■
ly of insert! .m wfll be routlnusd until ordered «rl, nod payment
i.Ki- i ifMfdkklJ.
iy fcujct i a Ai*ci*TW** arm. —lo avoid any mlsuijderetandlni
tithe part Of V * ••■«: \dv~ils-'rt, It » proper to stale </***•£%.
itA« their prvVefdioniy erteo.toV' their Immediate business. He*} j
kiaic, Legn' tad all ther Advertisements sent by them to be *f ■
ad »•*-»..♦’ e> ar^u, and no variation. _ . . v
%T Beal Esta;.* ar-l General Agents* Adve-.tlsemects aot to be
I inerted by the ye.wr, bc» A be charged vt the usual rates, inbjoc
• such discounts as shall be ajre-d ui n*L
UT Books ;iUw and yearly adverus-n, geaeraily, engaging on* ,
I* mm apaares, vrUh ths privilege of charpr, shall n.t,on thai ,
yearly averageany nc week. Insert more than the amp-art
agreed upon a* the standing rale under the contract, and all tse«p
k.n» *uch amount • bt chary d al the usual r*»»£
Advertisement* inserted in H e Beial-Weekly Whig At 15 owb
nor square .f 115 ttare r lets !br Vie ®n: tnsertloa, and 50 ?*nv
ftr «T‘**r, * * ac '^t.r sanee, or If weekly. 7 i c-r.ti.
_LAW CARDS.___
J O. lur vt" * “ «Utt
kntl'OOT •% WALLKR,
ATTORjLVS AM' COCSSULOKS AT LAW,
" DALLAS TKXAB.
R. B.—Prompt oUrnUoa to C^'ectioi »od Land C:»!mo.
KirkkxS'.Ks—^ATine1 M. Garland, Amherst C M, i t; Jofct
fhoMMOB. Jr, Amf.orat C 8, T»; 0«r!vtd * Chri.liAB, LpeoK
bar* V», Uos.'y A ri-*•). do.; Join-- !*. M. Burton, D»ilu
T( m. Unn N H. DameU, do _raMO—dAcl*
DAV il> S. G. CABELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PRACTICSil In allth' C urLs of the count!*, offleUon nnd
Amhrrtt. He will attend to ujrln bulceee enUueUd t,
bid In the adjacent coootle*.
fwr A iilrcoe. fjc Steer Wnrehotue P. 0., bieUon Co., Va.
iai»--.y___
(A” Tl PATTESOW.
ATTORNEY AT LA.W
WILL 1‘RACTIS* IN THX 00CRTB f>P
BUCKINGHAM, NELSON AN ) AMHERST.
«>m< e Cecktusbiiu C. H.
deM-^tm _ _ _ _ _ _j
PAKEtL POnREXTLK,
attorney at law. j
Rl< lnaoail City, Va.
WILL practice In All the Coart# held In the CHy of Richmond,
...I the ■ono’.lei- f Chderfl.. I. Henrico and Powhatan.
D2i,‘ on the eornri of 14th, or PeArl And Mein blwd, eee the
Bb.rv .if N"«h Walhe- * 0c._dell ■— lr
WALTAR U. ROBERTSON,
attorn ey at law.
kiohmosd, va ,
WILL practice regularly In all ihr Court* held In the (My of
Blohaoul, and oounlla* of Keertco,Cheaterfleid and Ame
Ha
OSce No. 1 Law Building, franklin Streel_defl to
PROFESSION AE NOTICE.
WOOD OOUAPIS and hi# #00 WOOD B*,l LUIN, Jr.,
h»ee nulled In 1 e incite# of th# l»w, In the coanilee of
C IA'1 tu. H*ul .1 end M. :#’.»abor{.
WOOD BOL'LDIS, Jr., WOOD BOCLDIH,
B ydtoa, Taleot*. Po#t OBce,
Mechlenborg, county. _ ChArlotte cou niy.
##1B—ly__’__
j. TtivnPhOiV browv,
attorney at law.
RICHMOND, VA ,
VUILL pemi'll-e In the Court# or the cttlr# of Richmond and P»
\y teraharg, nnd the count!** of Henrico and Chmterfleld.
Olflee In Rele'n’e Baca, tilth etreet, near Hut# OL H. 4niff—tl
El STAGE GIBSON,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
VITILL PHA0TL*E la the Court* <#f G12«*, Mercer. Monroe,
Tf Montft and PcUatl; and wlL collect and remit punc
tually for all ctalm* placed In hi* hand*.
fo*t CNBce, Gilei C«)un H u**, _JT»~ J
JOII\ W. <aKEC.V
ATTORNEY at LAW,
WILL PZACtIBS In tb# O^art# of tb# CHy of Rleh-iond and '
County uf He r oj. dulct attention will be given to all bu- 1
line## «nw uited to hire fS’ 0See, for th* preeent, with LI# fa- 1
Uw. fa flTien. loath-Wfl tat. Mam and Tthlta |vH-dlf j
K. O. & B. C. BOULL1N,
ATTORNEYS at law,
CHARLOTTE OOC1T BOCBE, VIRGINIA.
foerU.-Cd.arlc'to, Price* Edward, Appomattox, Mechlra- j
bark Aid LaBoaburr-___*1**-** j
li. ■ DOCULAd, I. GRB008T, .'a,
AyieU'e, K'-f Wo. Old Oho ret, HtccTtr.
DO l iil.AS A UREtltfRV
Ttni.L attend all the Cl-iurt* of Ring William aad Hanorer. B.
kV a OOVULXS w*.. aiko attend tho Coorta of Ring A Queen
aadOarollaa._ _
.icuM-njonaou. Alan. A en.uoa.
JOHNSON <5c GHJIGON
attorneys at law,
RICHMOND, VA.
f*aetl*eln all the cowrit olthe cite t Richmond and oouhty *1
Henrloo. Mr. Johnean w»U practice in ChuaterSeld.
fWOHce. V.hlt *’ •' tur, on Prtnklto Street._l>»
nR. ttM‘.M‘ta •• li<jrea»ut(S th# practice of LAW In tna
. olty of Richmond.
Oflceu Beieto'csew cull ding, on lllh, fronting Rank street,
laM-tf _ |
VRASf l‘OWDEKA—J W. GAR. |
j|tj£ LICii R cl.' rood, Va, macuf-cture# “Semple'»Infbl* i
Ihi# Baking Powd-v" Ilia le the only factory of the kind hi tie 1
Snath, a >d heir ; - .v.trr!' < *u.'t'.shthe entire trade en ac r»a«cn
uiieterm* as N.-rt-V ro rroV'.im »t -lple'e Pow \er U a Vir
ginia preparation, -pi . rod by all wh-> sued it.—fiicAwaetd RA.ff.
f r tale he p- and iiwcsn kanaeally._
gOVI b'f 111 Mj* lj „,t COO UNO WATER. |
W* bare on hand a aupply o' the *>•“« Jure whim we are cell*
lu cheap and at we hat* no 1-* «'“» fern le ehould hive then.
CVi at ' RLEnhk A FARRW Fwttcry, I
jjj Comer of ldur anl Cary etreoU |
NO. WtU tK.-MhbdA fair to prim* aue.Rte. for anl* by
. Jygl -lw PCBUlP. MOXCfRr A CO.
JULY 1*TII, 1M1.
MILITARY Ai\D OTUEIl GOODS.
rilHO.VI IS K PK C« & CO., h*« j*»top«A*d
A few Gray Cl tha
©rev Caee'ncrek
Bite Twrodi
Plaid Oaeetmaro'fdr shirr#, rhlrtin*. Prto©, Ac., Ac., for Soldi era
Alan, on hand, a large a tea
Irish Llneaa. Unrn DockA
Teaching, Cheeked Linen*
OaRoi't* B -ached OoU.ua
Bleached daecilnga, Xro. Drill*
C l re-1 Lewri, Bareg-e and ether Drooa Oooda
They Intend to tel! their eVieb. bought before the war, at about
old ra'ee bnt apon su?V gnoda aa lb •» bar* had to bur reoeruy,
t hay muai place an adeuc*,** they hare la pay a l*. ary addmioo
$Z>' T. E. PRICE A CO. !
EXCELSIOR CATP BEDSTEAD.
\TT B beg laare to oall Is* attention of the to dlera to our Camp .
VV ft.-d.t-al wMoh we'hck L eriperl-r to toothing In the
market It haa the an-inaliltd comm email u of Ihose c Sc era I
whe have u-.d it. ‘'em* and >e* K, indeed wlflbatalladed of ft
perfect ad ipt >tlon to the waat< of the ioldie*.
w* hare alto on hand and are dally manufacturing Camp Btocla
and Cams 0 eat a, of earl m ttylee and price*,
flail at the PurnUurt Warurcoma of
BIKTORD A PORTER
Jy 11—dti Cor. lRlhand frank!'n rtA
Window olara—
an beam Vrroeh Window Club
SO do American do
10 but reined Saltcetre, la .lore and 'or sale by
aa* W. W. W0dL»RlD«l. 15th UreeA
dot Mmtern aad Rraoma
100 do Maiehoc
1W do Bod Cord* and Mato, to atom aad
lo, ml* by W. W. WOOLDRIDGE.
Ml IMAMrott,
t SPRING JRADE. 1861.
HAT3, CAPS AND STRAW GOOD&
ROUT. L. DICKINSON,
Succe-.sor to
BllflORD, DICKINS05 A WEI MGER,
RICHMOND, TA.
a AH open and In atora, a fall and oompteU aleck of
HAT*.
OAPI.
and BTRAW GOOD!,
the lateet and molt faahtonable style*, which wil'. be eold at
tholoaie and retail, on the meet farcrable term,.
The attention of roerthantalamoetrexpcctfally eollcitedto oall
tnd examine lor themeclTce.
.T1ILIT.VKY HATS AND CAPS
Hade to order at the thorteal ootica
CASH PI'RC1I A«k»H will Bod It to their lnterext to eall and ex
amine ny alock beforejiurchaalng. ___
aSI’liING STYLES ' g£i
• F Hath AND « API.
ifV aaeortment of HATH and CAPS for the Spring trade 1, now
>1 complete, embracing all the new xtjrle* and colon of Soft
date alao. Moieekln, itl'a and Caadmcre Data, and a great variety
>f new ityl- of Oapt, Leghorn and Straw Hats In great variety.—
tleo, a general aaaeitment of gentlemen'! furniehing got da, Urn
irelias, Walking Cam., Ac., Ac , all or any of which will 1>« told
)t u good tarma aa at any oil er e.tabllfhment In the city. 1 moat
-ear ecthilly Invite a cal. from purchaser*.
r ^ JOHN THOMPSON,
No 1 Ballard Hooae.
SPRING- 1861. ~~
SOlTHilUS RAT MAXI FACTORY.
ESTABLISHED 1888.
rrt anbaeriber respectfully Invites the atteo
tlon of the Merchant! of Virginia, and North
hart'llna, to this ,-ilenelre alack of hla own and
foreign Manufactured Hat*. Purchasers will Snd
it to their Interval to call al hli houae, prevloua to
Clog farther North, aa he la leaving nothing on- ___
ne. sparing no eaprua* er palna to keen tae
tcolhern Trade at the Sooth. Goode eold In this Hone will be
♦arrante.1 tc rom; are favorably, In quality and price, with good*
routing from a y olher market There will be found all the quail
dee of WOOL, ft R aud STRAW tlATS, from the low.at price
aegrohat, to the Co.»t quality fer gentlemen. Alio, Bon'and
Jhttdren'a hats aud caps of all gr ide* and Style*; and Ladles
Riding Hale of all the various qualities.
Purchasers will do well to eall and examine.
mhtt JOHN DOOIXT.bl Main |L Richmond,Ta.
1861. 1861.
ELI.ETT * WEINIGER,
HAITI’FACTl'RIRS AJII* WHOLESALE DFALER8 IH
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods
Now Iff Main Sugar, torroarra Kxcaaxoa BixxJ
SicAnumil, Fa.,
Have ready and are near offering to the Merchants of Virginia,
forth Carolina and Tenneaeec, at price* to enlt the times, a com
.le!e mock of fpr'.ng and Hucn.er G. oda, which for variety and
ty e cannot be eroeUcA Buyer* .rill do well to give us a call be
ore purchasing aDewbere. .
aw,yg XLLBTT A WE18IOEB.
BKAND Cl'TTING.
rtBACOONWTR, Vl-rchanta, Grocers, Manufacturer*, andth.
public generally, look to your Interest. I am fully preparer
o ex.iute all orders In the Band Cutting business, vis: Brandi fo
*ook«, Cardi, and Sne Embroidery ramp* of every design. Men
U blalet, Iter marking elothlrp with Indelible Ink. tenl to any pari
,f li e country on Via receipt of SO eenta. In pottage etampi or of
,rw*se. I M. llWli Brand Cutter,
at Chat. n. Langley *e Tin Btcre, 18th Blre*t, between
apis Main and Oary, Richmond, Va.
iCTUOUIZEl) CAFiTAla.•
THE PLASTERS SAVIStiS BASK,
0J THE CITY Of RICHMOND.
rHI PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK, having ar arrplr Oath On,
ilal and Chartered by the Lcgblatu.c cl Virginia, will reeele.
lepoaltet o' V'.w Uolluri aud upwarde, on wltlih interest
el,. *» paid a' the rate of Six per centum per airnam If lecalulni
lx month., or Eire per centum per annum If lest than tlx months.
Interest payable Srml-Aimtially, If desired.
Depot!', et recaleei at U-eL- office, at the etore of Meean. Dnke A
intchetr.u, Nc. AOUalff Street.
t. J. WILSON, PreMlent,
A. A. Btrooranox. Treaenrar, mall—11
ItltllTIO^D.'AI U. I I. IS6I.
WE have new on hand g . da aultab e fur ■< .here, manufar
tur a In Virginia, whlca wae porcha->rd by t’.e acnlcr part
t r of ihe Cun of A ex IliUACo. Abo, we have In rture, joet re
el red, good! •ulutile foraold'en, purcbxe d I. Charles.on, R
)., widen alii be told low, aec rdiig lo t|i:x.lly.
ALK.X. Bill 00,127 Main 1.
P 8.—Carpe| Rage, Valloee, abo on hand, purchased lu
loarlntoa a U, by
aul5 A. 11 * CO.
OLD WHIEKV.- ShbUa Banger's old Whisgy, squall*
anything is the market, for tale > y
aotS EDMOmD. DAVENPORT A CO.
OWI tALM BAMBBL CliNS.—1 baye etia a few Eng
lith double barrel Ouna. if my own Importation, which I of
*r at old prices Ti e remark* In one of the dally papers of the
ity, of this mm nine. In the Local Colnmn, In reference to an
uormoo* ad ranee To warlike Implement*, doce not apply to me
rating la no lot lance charged a farthing’* advance.
0. J. SINTON,
apgg Importer of Hardware. 71 Main et.
BOGtil Tf tAA iVrKNOA,
GOVERNOR STREET,
a XI receiving for the Tall Trade, Carpetlngi, Oil Olothi, Ms
3l tnge, Curtain Oioda, Cornices and Banda, Wlndov Shi Jar
•aucr Uxnringt, Oerle-I Hair and Moat, for ial* a' low prices —
Jvpeu, Curia,n*., Bed* and Maltrenct made to order at ehort ns
doe. Piper hanging done In the city or country by superior work
ten.__fool—
w*'T^a»A CAK1I.-Aa wo havo to pay cash for
Wt—*5a r.eariv every thing now needed In the line of our ba
lnea., »c w.il, from this ilatc. decline continuing accounts, ex
: pt with thoeo parlors who have regular'y tetllcd their bill wllh
j let of January and July.
Accounts not paid lit July Juat petted esnnot bet-.-reused.
T. JL PRICE A 00.
a <y l llk. I \t: iSI Kw or VIRGINIA
■ |MiK teparat no bcwtetiih* N irthrrn end Broth . n State* hav
l a g doubilt-.a biconu lertuanem, you atU.ln a great meaaure,
ne »ap. ctd to aupp y the Sja'h wit MITTEd, aid harng brea
cog ged eaters'ftly for mxny yetrt In thalileenf bot ntu, I lake
he dberty nf tog -ret ng *h« p cp lets of beating yner liuller well
tefore packing It; and a't of potting op In tuba larger at ih top
than the t o'lom and lend to ma’ket at aoio af er packing at you
vMebly can I would b- picked Vo rec lee u on coutignment or
;urcbaae IV— allow nr Ih* ht.-hea' market p Ire; and, aa I dial r x
clarively for cm.b, will urntah )o» go- <1" a. the low,-el a rkel pri
-ee or i-1' the cvh promptly, f ,r whatever r ay be »<nl me. I
am confident that 1 ean raak* It lo the intereit or both 'he farmer
.ia wtUai myactf. I would he |l* i lo reoelve any other ountry
'roduct. b l my prlmlpal object la to call your ptrllcu or alien
onto Bolter maa'ng Large .uppllea have been tent hrretof, re
M the South from the North.whim we can make am furnlahlt our
sajewa. I give no televen*e from the fact that I have been engaged
n bualneea In thla city I-r the laat thlrty-flec years. Alllaaklaa
trial—feeling confident of giving aa'nfaillon
SAMIHON JONCS. agent.
Grocer and Commit Ion Merchant,
an?—dAo lOor Main an-l »lh ita.. Klcbon.nd, Va.
MAX I u ri ltl.B TOBACCO.
f fllk PtelUSiJ E Lan-hcrne * Sou's superior CHEWING
iuu TOBACCO, if l- e followingbraada, .rom Lynchburg:
Standard pour da
Do I alf p-un 'i
Extra flat Gold Leaf, pound*
Jacob ft; t • Kotey Dew, do
Huuf ru a. pounds
Ch-r.y Red hslfpcucdt
O.tawba do
City T ado, poind*
Lone Star do
Croneko do
ALSO,
1,00<I package! other well known brurde.
On consignsent, a.d for sale by HUNT A JAMES,
Corner Virginia nod Cary streets,
anU RUhmond. Va.
MAHRV JOCKEY-OLUU SMOKING TOBACO'I, to much
sought after by snaokert, lor sate hy
nil_ w. pgy i;:,S.)N A 00., IS# Ma n t reet.
CAh«IVlK-.tr «>V- H’HlSTS.- Sway blag
i sally nice, for aa‘-c at 114 Main street.
aug?4 W *. IRA EMITn.
RICIINIONO VIAItEJ RftWIE K NIVKM. at reduo
edpuce*. Slid t'roas-Cut, Hand, rannal and Teion Saws,
of alchmon.L man u suture. Bflltannla Tea and Table Spoon*,
for sale by CLARKSON A CO,
any No, 104 Main Street _
Mtkll COHD.-t" lbe flash Oord, fcr sale by
B t 0. J. PINION,
aatl Sign of the Circular Saw. T1 Main street.
~~ wilTlitTPAPER.
FAMES WOODHOGSK a CO., purchased, last preyloul to thi
pr.aent blockade, the I argent and heal dev ef
WRITING PATES,
which they have ever had li fere before, embracing footseap,
Letter. No!*, Demy and medium payer*, of varlooa quailtiat, whleb
will be sold st their usual priest, for ea*E, *c lo strictly prompt
customer*, payable 1st July ensuing
They have alar on hand a good stock of elhor Stationery, V •
gi-ther with every deaoilptb-n of Blank hooka unally kept for
«ale.__ _ _Tl0
A A BBLS. Portland 8YICP
*4- U »J bbla prime K. O. MOLAlflEP—In store anJ for sale by
W. W. W00IDS1BGE,
,„lg PIMeooth street.
avlLUA.K'd
14- EOHOOL OP THE SOLDIER
ixo
School of CD. Companr, Illftnlry u1
Papa* fidi; mat I P 6-'>t
'•Ilham’s luatrucllona for r«U Artillery; paper McU; nrnjlln
Co%*rt C tvalry Taet'oa, Manual for Oott'a Rerolver and Maa
miaher'eD.lIl for Maaaled TrtfOpe. *Je;
1S1 Main Etrset.
BOOKS for tala at
WWW 0 .IIUWOTSINNI Ucnktanra
CURET WINM.—1*# CARKS, IN ITOBB
and for aaU by RKLDEN A MILLER.
—f w flee of lath and Oary.
\V’ A NT KD.—Brandy and Whlaty botUae. f.r aWI will
WpvagndpHeu .
(the RICHMOND WHIG.
I ADDITIONAL FKO.V LMIOI'E.
MR. RUStKL’3 LETTER ON THE WAR AND PR03
PK ITS OK THE UNION.
From the New York Herald, S<pt. 11.
The steamship llairmnnis, Cap'oia SchwenBin, whioh
I left Scu'barnpton on the 28 h o! August, trriv. d a’, this
i port at half-past Bix o’clock yesterday cvcuii r, brirfi
1 mg the c.aila pwecgr rs. cars, and fi ts of European
papers to her day ol sailing
laird Palmeistpn was ir-.S'allcd, wi.b ill the aueiict
ceremonies, Vas'tr ol tie Oinqie Pure, st Dover, E R
land, ou the 28 h of August. In a speech he d livcred
on the PcccS'on he rulogii-’d the strong defei s »c meas
ures adopted by England Ho sa'd that pf j-i t defence
trat the only rtab'rfjundatinn of friend’ll rnefirni rlA
foreign potoere. lie alluded to tbe battle of Bu I Kun as
an evidence ol tie powerlesam as ot nteu individually
brave, but imperfectly drilled, against an orgauiz.d
| army.
Ea 1 Russe l, in a manifesto oa tbs Spanish occupa
■ tioo ot ban Domingo, nays that American forbearance
1 1 an not be ealcu'ated on as peruianent.
The Paris ctrrotpondent cl tbe London Times, wri
, ting on tbe 27th of August, rays:
This is brewing tins for prlitics. The winter and
spring clot k being exhausted, and the first dtltgnia o'
roposo and rustication having panel wi h tbe dog days,
I the labor o( laying in f.esli stock has beguu this year
on her than usual No wonder. There is plenty ol
1 -till'lor lerirentation and brewing. Italy, Rome,
, Naplte and the British fi e', Hung try, Poland ,;Aro' duke
Maximilian and the Anglo Austrian al iancs, King Oicar
and tbe United Scindioatisn Kmttdooi, Imperial lamily
a 1 a: css—there is material to construct tbe “ last mips
of Europe.”
The Paris lloni.'eurof tbe 2fitb of August m.ktn 9
formal denial c-f tho arsenion of Mr Horhuck about ice
convention concerning tbe cession of the Inland of tsar
din a, which wca g veu in tho nor-i fiirial tulleiiu of t ;e
Moniteur. I< is couebtd in rather strong terns, thu :
Mr Roebuck, member of the Bri.i-h Parliament, has
Ittelv aiscrtvd, in a speich he made at fcbiflicld, that he
knew nl a convention accordii g to *h:ch the island 01
Sardinia wid be even'ually eedeu n Pm co. Wo oppose
;o thisars rticn a lorrnol denial. N t only hes tho docn
[ mtDt dot our c d by air. Ko. but k no cxsoi.ee, but even
be thought ol tut- ring inio 1 egotiauOL* ou this ruty ct
eith tbe Cabinet ol Turin Lever cuuitd mio tho head ol
,lo govetnmett o| the Emperor.
The London Jierald ol the 28: h of August says :
A viustl hawing been chartered to convey a cargo ol
fire hundred Mormonitca Item Liverpool to the Uuiied
| States en re nte to the eeulemi nl in Utah Territory, about
•eventy men, women, bo; n and git s, farming the cou
tiugerii supplied by tbe London district, asscmbl d rn
Monday morning at the E iston Wriulnui ot the L mduit
and Northwestern Riilws), under the charge of-’Edi-i"
I Joseph tiibb*. A l seemed to belong to the working
classes, and toe proportion of the sc 1‘ s was noon i qual.
Vary of th-ir relations andlillow “seltiis" attouded at
tbs station to bid them f-rewe I
A terrible accident bed occurcdon the IHgbton (Eng
land) Rtdroad. Two txentaiou tr<c!i; came in collision
in the tunnel. Twentj-three persona were killed and a
consider!ble minihcr i jured.
The m w G l«ay and New York rerpw line of steamers
bare ml.cud dcu Hampton lor tie r headquarters.
Tee steamship Fi.1 on, fiom N w York, strived »t
Southampton on the 28 ol August.
TnetiKamsbip Kangarco, Irom New York, arrived at
Qu'euelbwn on tbe 29th of August.
The Ftramtb'p Ci'j of Manchester, lor New York, has
£88,000.
The steamship Norwegian, from Quebec, arrived at
Liverpool on tbe 2?ih Ai£u<t.
MR RUSSELL’S LETTER To THE LONDON TIME?
Wahuisutun, August 10, 1 s»rt 1.
TUI WAR MAILT TO HtCOUI A STRl'dllLt FOR AH0UT10.V ’ R
TUK FARFlTttATI&M CF ALAVaRV-—TRU'AS OF AHA ABjLi
TlOMsrS IN C.'SURA'S
For good or for evil, the issue between North and South
U rapiuly appioacbit g to that which the South | rediuted
and teared, undjtie North at lira; disowned and does not
now altogetbi-r accrpt—tbe atiugglo if it couticu s will
be narrowed to a contest between slavery and Abolition.
It is not improbable lh*t in a day or two the Prrtidrut
will declare that >11 i laves within the licet of the United
States army become free.
On the very l»s: day of Congress li e bill which Ret*
free slave a belon ging 10 rebels ei gsge 1 iu war was signed
with nluc'RDoe by Mr Lino*I', ai J was all lu loe>: by
lapse of time, for, had he noi been persuaded to ovi r
oome his templets, the Congei>s would have a'jourued
without. the signature of the President having bee n given
to that act. Indeed, but for the prol-ngaiion ol hall
an hour agired upon, the eignaitne could not have been
obtained, cs the President at first refund p: rrmptonly
to put his n-me to tbe bill, allrgirg that '‘it will lose ns
Kentucky;" but ibtro was a pmsure cf Sartiers put
upon him, and be vielded at las’, but ten minutes beton
the House rose. Oa such occasions thr President com s
down to bis room in the Capiu 1, and atlii a l.is name, or
receives the effi ill visits ot the hgvlitors, and if the
cluck bed to: b tn put bae k, and the fittings carried on
I b»youd tbe tims agreed unon for the aiij rurnnient, this
j bill could no* have been presented to tbe Senate. B it
| now, after the lt[sco( a lew dais, ills seid that a
step (ar in advance ol that tnue-urr r.'iil b) taken, and
J that tbe glove will be thrown down to the South,
1 and to tho democrats of the North aa well. If so,
| there c»n be no longr r auy doubt ns to thr nature of the
; fight, or aa to the tnccnw to be use d In it, but it argaes the
yopeot nioil in uo common wumo au'i n< i. re liner ou
| the pari cf the republicans 10 cSfer bi llo cn the qu suou
at. the very tnouiPt t 'hat the D.-mccra-ict Convention ol
New York ha* refused to act m common wiih the repub
ticaaf, aud wueu “a peace at any price and comprctu se
if you can pill)'' >e bfginuiug to ntr.kw its. If heard iu
the Northern aud Northwest- rn parts cf the Union. In
revolutions tho moderate politicians who start up before
the lest act of the drama appr oaches iu Older to become
mediators, cr to propose terms to tbu co iteodirg fac
tions, are generally crushed betwixt the upprraudlhc
nether millstone-; but there are txccptions to that ru'o—•
the violeut and fanalio tections are sometimes either
neutralised, absorbed or overcome by -he j‘u,t mi.itu
' Much rs Am-rk-ais might v-i h for such •> resul', and
greatly as European polittcUrs would really desire the
r, union ol t.e States by the age’’<y of comprorr s«, i.
U hoping agojt st hope to rxpnt they will be grai li.-d.
l'OMPM>WI*E t’l.ASSKIt AS A DI5IJN — TUX TATTCSKII VI.AH OF
THX ITMOX CAKAOT DS PaTCH»D.
Before Mansrsas somo wonderful crmbiaatlon of good
luck and dex-erity on the part of ‘-the devil of compro
J mi e” might have led to an i dj-t-tn ect, or a pa-chi )g
up of tho torn seams and tatten d thg of tho tepublic —
I Tho North could not now in honor rubm'd lo atuilgatna
j tion with a l the taint of b s - metal oa her part of the
; compound. The continent of America con'd not hold
1 No: them men In the free of defeat, lurult aud contempt
1 from tho meo of the South. As well might the comrade
1 ol ancient TUtol hope to live on good conditions with
all truculent friends b-cause hr h d su'imifel quietly
j to the pulling of his noso aud the kicking of hia person
I as a baris cl anii’v and rqualiiv. 1’nilosophio statcsmi-u,
like Mr. Sumner, may not be afTrcted by luch considers
j tion*. They look, like him, to great principles Mere
Americau politician.--, caucus mongers, wirepullers, like
Mr. Blair, do not appreciate any result w.icli docs not
produce an immediate i Sect ou the votes of tho houva,
tbe appointment* to cffi.v, or tire leterdemain of official
life, in which they arc ali glorying aud disporting. M> n
who have studied pa ieotly and loug the whole of the
political m< c: aoism ol the Union are so much enamort d
of the fineness of the macliuiry anil tbo beautiful pity
of its prris that, like Mr Seward, they think if ail the
bit* arc put trg'ther, a little cil applied, and the steam
cot nc I up, with a good whietio lo clear tl e way against
England or Spain, or some European Power, it is turer
to preserve iu consistency and ruu iia course as of yore
th* ixFLrx or noortt to waswsotoi—uavahai. hcott
VAST TRA! r)lIP, AM) GAR. U Ci.ALl.AS VXRT ttNP.AST
I Meantime troop* are pinring into tho neighborhood
! of tbe capital. Although Genoial Hoof, is very trarq 11
I and is eath.fied that the Confederate* can mike no »gi
I greoeivc movements without signal chastisement and de
pt*, General McOlellan i* most uustay and apprehensive
of danger, and is argent in detr.amllug mors men. ile
prefers his demands on all who ctra* near him; and
some amatota one, at least, was to mu h imprer-ted by
his statements, that, on hi* own re*p>v aib'ili-y, aud with
out any consultation with the Government, he tele
graphed to tbe Gaverror- of hit State to scad on at once
every regiment he coill mcs:-<r to W:uhlugton. Aot
ii-g on hia own aocctnt, end wi hettt General Bcoti's
knowledge, I apprehend, Gjnerel McClellan hsa also,
from time to lime, cent regiment* to po-nta which be
considered menaoed or moat in need of reiuforoemonU.
He la vary short lo a proper oomplement of oavalry sod
field artillery. Bis troops am as raw .is can be ; tbo of
ficers are rot a wtit better as ret than tbe Ball Run Of
firtr Is fact, h!s a-tny I not a fighting machine, which
1 can be hrnd'eJ in any way, nor do 1 tbirk tbe (.touted
cratet nmob belter in auy wry, except in cavalry. Tbe
tnaicriil of sum-of tbe Northern regiment* cannot be
expelled. SplenoiJ men, yout.g, tall, rohu*t, iateiligeut,
aid accustomed to adventure; if the workmen know
ttuir bu-iocas, there is plenty of stuff to make a good
I army in their Lauds.
ax xxuLtsa entimatx or nrr dav,s’ army—cxx ANOTH
ER RATTLX ID HUL'd G.OO?
My estimate tf ,V!r. Jiffatson Uivis' forces it cavalry
and guns was not Ur wrong, lu', by this time be bat pre
tiably received reinforcements to bid borae power and has
certainly increased Us artillery.
Bui, alter all, wbat * i 1 another battle tffret! Krcnjl
the remit at Manastaa be reversed there is little likelihood
that lucre wit be doue thau ii creasing the fet Png of bit -
terness batweeu the extremis;* mid it fresh Ire- of h'e,
for the federalists would be as little able to Improve a
viitory a* the Uonfedi rites weie, and eveu tbe posses
sion oi R chmood c r el Waehrogtou would r-ot enable the
vi irorr to dictate peace. It is all very well to talk of an
army ol 60(1,' 00 men. It is a large forcr; but, if i be,
Imsricait s il: larger than it* action. A rapid tfevtl'p'
mentbf the railroad ty*tom has l«!t piri- of America n
wb'ch ills war mu.-t bo waged distituie ofordiie ry reads,
and 'h* dlBculty of moving provuions mid material :»
enormous in ct ni laii-ou with any part of Ejrope. Ncr
is the country fi. for such marches •* ci-i be made acres*
the steppes, a* in Indii, or in Uie op in lauds of Europe.
, Such rout- ts exist are generally cat drop in tbe soil,
’ with high link*, the la id is covered with forest, and the
cleared fi Ids arc filled with etntupr fatal to borae cr
1 wag m. Tuen there arogicit rivers and mountain paset s
1 foodlees and devolatc. An ar.r.y of live bnudred thou
I -and iu*o sea'.tend over tue Southern frontier (I tbe
Unit. d S a.es, with its rig .t extending dowu into Vis
' sonri on the borders of Aikanvas and its lift r-**t’ng c-u
Kortrtsi Monroe, represent* a feeble chain, which could
t>* broken at any place. It it forma a strong corps, the
| difficulty ot transportation of food and miterial arises—
1 It is greater than una would inugioc who bss not arm
bow widely scattered is the population. Tn* State ot
Georgia, for example, whioh ii as Urge a* all England,
ba* lrs* than a ro Moa of people. Tuc lUflher tbcM
corps advance tbe greattr nrj-t bjeoroe ib.ir difficulty
lney u.u t uivergo as th*y advance, and the enemy will
get in hotwc.u them ti d operate in th ir rear and ou
the coniniuuicailJL* with it c.r brvr. Tac p.ople oi ihe
Bo'Jih dcthtre they are ready kr a gueiilla war, and llie
remark. 1 Lave madi presuppo.e there is no lug
amount of Unioa Id I ug in any of tbe t iccdcd Slat: s
which would rtv'.we and b. entne cctiv* o.i its appear
nuce of a friendly army. II we wtro to judge of the
! Sin es gem rally by what b taking place in Mi-.-tmri.boa
I over, it would seem as If a l uge uumber of lb - inbabi
j unt» preferred lu 1st Unionist and accea.-donL-t fight it
cut by tbv msclvea.
Till MILLION* SAIO TO HI IXDtrrXRXXT TO THE WAR ISRCK8.
Governor Jackson and Lb friends—General Eyou and
(Via: el hire-1—tight ar.d retreat, sdvance and counter
inarch, and engage in numerous utirin'ar.c*, wnnnni an
' ding one particle ol force to the ciiim iu which they arc
! engaged, and the mt-8 of the people s’and neutral be
tween tl.eir. Gov. Wine dice through Western Virginia
! bifrre the Federalists, burning bridge* and Scaling up
rs I oad*, ai.d lb-* inhabitant?, possinly, arc ditgu ted
iqually with both side?. Tbcae d—i ltory opeiatk>isc:n
ribu’c httle or nothing to (tie eud of 'ho war. And bow
he poor p-iole euff r. Wc do to; know what lakes
j I«ce iu the South, but the cri-s of di-tres? ir. the conn
I 'ry exposed to the Federal troop* are loud and lain -nu
, |.. Genera'* i«suc ord. rs, but the troops do not mind
* lUim. Houses ire cnlerrd, properly !•> pillaged Kren
in Maine, far removed from the rancor ol hos'ilitica, the
mob hv recently been showirg it* rr»p-ct tor Ireedom r f
I opinion by attacking Demociatic newspaper oftjc s and
demoting and burning all they could lay thiir hands on.
i In tfarrland the voice of cou|liint is loud and lud.g
' i-aat. Rvspictabilny of suticn and attachment to the
| L'nicu avil but little. Oje offi er in oommand at Alt x
j udr a. within right of the \V lie lionet, 18 oUgcd to
' recommend the pe< p'o to fix ll.u Siars and i3tr*p.s on all
i their property and over i It their l ouses, and then hepre
r tuiscs if that dors cot do, to nuke atriot inquiry into the
cases of outrage.
SOCIALISM, RXVOLrrtOW ASP KIKANCIAL DlKTItXSA IS THE
ci rim.
One docs nrt know where to look for a solution of the
dilBoul'iea wbiili are springing up on all eidcs. Not tha
l -s«t of thoui is the dai gerous social a irnremen', which
I foretold »ome time ago, among the woik'ug in
the Northern iliies, where we may ytt hear tiio terrible
j orv of the Freucli K' voluiiou re-echoed by tbo n n-ara
whom the war has plunged into pov. riy New Vork,
Boston, Philadelphia may well grow pale at (be thought.
These n ass meetings which demand bread or work from
the government mean no pood, but a' p*es*nt they only
iueiento approachirg danger ra'li»r than ns a-tual pru
s cc.; and, meanwhile, tue (xpriiditurs ol ibe govern
ment is goiDg on at the rate of o. c million two hundred
thousand (1.20d,000) dollars a day ! A rain of paper
money ia threatened. But the cap:ta!i*t'e* e the mischief
too tl iatl* to abandon the guven Hunt iu It* rxtrcmiiy,
and it ir said hero that Mr. Ohs*) basiueeeedrd in the
ohj«ct cf bis Interview with the moneyed men of New
Vork, and is hopeful of success in getting ad the mom r
lie want* on tolerable terms. Of all lb1* yon w:l receive
m0f, urcuratc accounts from your regular com spondent
at New Ycik. With the new Treasury note* at four per
cent bri«w par in Wall street the future was indeed low
eii- g, lias i' ceased to he w? E.en Garibsldi, whom
some people b« lievo to be c judiig out hers, can scarcely
give tbo government sunshine unless he brings oct with
him a loan ftom France and England, and if anything
could induce tl.t-SJ couufries to iu*ke an advanco it would
h« the pleasant tor.o adopted toward* them both by the
riTKIOTISM Of THK CHRISTT AS CllfRCHM AN^ CONTRACTORS
If the munoyed people held luck, there can be r.o
doubt the oturchrs arc coming to the rescue, and at the
I congregation* melt nicy fm'o th» ranks, Ihtir pa*tars
I fti'ltv them “a eolantling." Bishop and Gen Leonidas
I’clk ot the Son'hvrn ainiy, has been followed by a
I number of hia clergr to tbc cimp, ard ore of them
htelr wrote a most i.ffaclirg letter to ooo of bia rcri resd
brethren In the North, in which he declared with tfo
tine ion cf a covenanter that h* u uU unite hip and
thigh, the cfaretaid retertnii hrt/e-r, if he 'nr, nntir’d
him in the flesh on Southern toil. The rclieion of the
1 South ia ter Vint. No Cabb*i ite "res ever in worte case
! in lata litish hands than will the tUck republican be wlio
iiist find himself in the grip if g od, God-fearmg Gro -
ipans or Carolinians. Thero has been a bleseirp ot digs
j and a cursing of enemies c l over the States, the like if
i »hicb has never been seen sinoa >hi time of the Crn
] sides—let us fay in a general fashion. As one of the
, colored brethren obs.rved of a celebrated BiptV min
i-ter, who® ho fell iwed ia SiVinuab, “VVc don’t n"
much for biin blcstirg. but tis lussin ia ji-t bewciful
1 and make wo feel awful happr.” Bat cursing is gener
ally done. It mua' be avid, by implication.
Notwithstanding the great expenditure, tLore ia but
fittle exoiteuieut visible at Washington, uulcsv one gees
into the War ar.d Navy Dtpirtments, where crowds of
conlrsctors b'oek up th-i pissag-’S, each waiting for hia
interview with an unhappy Minister or his representative.
In America tbeso porsonai interview, are the rule. Kaeh
man is entitled, psrh&ps, by the theory of the cons itntion,
to walk in and tiki out hi* own share of the public time;
but the pressure is so great that como meu hi7« been
there for a week or ten days without seeing the pxnicuh r
person they desired to fa'cr
j the street* are now clear of sol hers. Tte galloping
of ordcilios is very much reduced in proportion a* thing*
ret into order, and on the 0 her side of the river there
j j, icccfsaut drilling ar.d plenty of hard wotk, principally
in completing a great abalti* Lem Fort Ellsworth, at
Alrxtudria, across the front of the position. Noue of
this, however, is seen in tbe cap!: l itself,
axws irxns rROM TBfeoirrn—rtwciRAfotRoi’iTjaiTTO
OXNKRAt. tIXACRXQARP.
It wou'd seem a* if tho torpor which prevails atiWash
teg-on Lad ite countepart at R’chmcnd. Tha Southern
pipers attribute the InacUvi J to dut gu-“ a g eat tot p
i soon to be made, and i' is rrctasary to be c .uUou* and
i to be ailcnt." Oa both aide* the utmost oare U taken to
.screen such marc tactile at miv taka place; pasrea are
; strictly exvraired at all the txiu and entrance* ol the
Northern eamjn.
General U’ Dowfll, who wi» in a'tendance on Prince
Napoleon last Thursday, »o atoi ped by one of hie own
sentries because his pats was ret tee regie Gtrersl
B-auregard evince* tho utmojt scraitivcacM in respect
' to any approach to bia lines. Prince Napoleon was,
however, received with feeling* rirouger*lhan respect
by the Confedrrate*
On Thursday morning ea-ly ths Prince started with
M. Merrier, the French Minister, and bia sui e, fiom
Wavhitjgtop, and proceeded to Ahxaudria, attended by
General McDowell, who provided him with an eecort of
United Suite cavalry. Oa arriving at tbe eutpoete tbe
Genera! r.uurnrd, and the Piece's party went on till
•her in t the Cui.fed.Tata pick't*, by whom, arter a I ri- f
del«y, th*y were perndt'eJ to p.as on taivird* F irfsx.
1 ! kt o» but lictlo of wbst h' pp ted, except tbet the
Prince saw Ge era! B.'jttregarU and General Ja'ist r,
ar.d elept a: th - q .arter* if tie litter; that ho extiuiu* 0
the battle field ai far a> tbe horrible odor wculd ptrni:
acd '.bat Lc returned 'ata on Friday evening, pm I y well
iwtitfi d that Perr are not mrch to cbooao bclwe- d tbe
two armies, but that the federalist* ware on th - whole
the butcr of the two, and that be would tike them for
, choice.
General Beauregard d:dnotmiko a very rood i npree
sioj on the Prince, it U siid, ai hoti’lt hi* Jienc i is
natural to lint as u New 0.leans t rente.
It is BtiJ b;, ih* people who can sec a long way into
millstcoes tbst tbe IMtce wiil •eitsinlv trepo?# an a.- • -
tration, and that bis vis t Is n>al- with the object of se
curing lor Franca the poai. loti which would certainly be
givtu to the Power that might render an agree ru-jut pos
-l ie. Mr. Seward not only exhibited an inclination to
let the Piinc’ go if he liked—be seemed to think it would
1 not be pouiblc to fiad any sound reason* ta ohjrctto the
cxpi dition.
Mew, it strikes an tubider ll at if the United State*
gorermnent was angty wi'h Gn at Biitain lor placing the
Oat f.deta e States artry on the fooling ot b-dlig »re ,tr,
and if it bos altr&T* maiut lined that the troop* of tbe
Ooiifederate Pta'is army, ro called, are rebels, tbs visit ol
the heir to lb* throne of France, minus one m tbe pre
-•'Dt irapiria! tucc saion, at e. ded by s United State*
1 General and escort to the camp of the rebel* and to the
! generals’ in command of them, with the sanction of the
United Stab.* government, sod the return of tbe per'y
to the United State* li>-r*, is cue of the most ex raordtn
sry pas s that imsever b tu permitted to cctu.- by auy
govetnmer.' in be world 1 doubt if any neutral prince
1 would have !> ten allowed to pass from Aliitl line* into
, n-bre'opol sod to have returned to the allies by ei bar
| s'J*; but tuere coji I lot cu “if" t r tbe malar at all bad
i the ore side considered and proclaimed the other to b
i rebel*.
I wis late on Fridiy wl en the Prlr.ce nturned,
1 on Saturday he left Washington ior lie North in c.rr.
i pony with Jkl Kerch r.
Ills t leit will be corstraod in rainy wavs, rone ol
; them jut—the a:g 'fiT.nr-e of the act will b: mayu.fi e
atul I d importance exaggerated. Pifpl here c.unai
understand that an !l!u-'r;uu persot :ij* trivt'ling incog
ci'o a* a neutral can visit bot'i camp* within', iruptop i
c'.v, ai d tlist I- i< a- iuisted I y tootber.deeire t* ta tha
of seeing with lit o*n cyi stne rc uJ condition ol (hr
cjnleriltwg pArtier. In I'tie'f srii •, tbe visit of fh
Prince wilt b • regarded 8 noil i g less llan sn art o
preparation I r tl.c foinisl recognition of the Cos
fejtrary. With cuir-e'i ti*’io g rod taste, the onl*
j urnsl in tic world capable of such mingled follv am
insolence etlects the tcca-ion of tho Freaeh PrfnctV j
visit to accus- France e( a sserct hortility to the Uniter :
State*, and .o u-uouece the Pi ince him*. If e* a spy, and I
in a:t acciat cf absurdity. wi; ch really looks as .1’ the I
[>r\per i: qur Alton were in the [ay of some bi'ter enemies |
of iho Uci'cd Sfatra wto ere determined on its ruin, th; j
journal, bwing uintfiJ that Franco i« encr-uregod by |
Engl. , d, which ».l! eocn folow her rumple, to br.ak i
the blockade and recogn tie Southern Confcdorr.cv, ,
demands, by wav rf ccnciliali g the twogrea’ tr.aritme
Powers of ice nnMd, lha' a foicc «b»!l I e immediately
prrpen d by the fkcrrttry < f If o h.'.vy to refi«', tLe unit
ed If 'ets 0:1 «'a, where at the prebeut moment ho lus
failed in establishing a hi cicade before l.U own ports —
Howevt r, this is of a piece with rimiiar c-icduct, and can
o.iiy by explain'd cn the ground a'ready suggested.
SIl'TRAI. aiottrs AND Tits MARITIRB Rl'tES Ok 1111 I'BIOX. |
Iu nothi it is the wealftai ol tbe Fed nl Government
more s rilUngly »' own than in those q :• ationa cn mari
time tighij on whicti it was wont to mii. tain aucb d< C
ant lat.gusgc aud haughty utt'tude. Urti. maliaee South
ern privateers as pirates, and nett* th en as prisoners of
war. Let us uow see what will bo done in the case of
there men who were raved off the wrerk of the Confer
crate v> ssi 1 Pet cl, the rto' .-n pro-er y cf the United
Sates, commanded by Confederate cfficets, which ait i
ally engaged a United Slates frigate, a: d was sunk by
her.
Every Reagoitg Titrel to the United States, except
five, which aic now Ixing it fit'rd is in neiive employ
m nt, the greater majority of the ve si is sfleat are sail
ing chips, ami it will be observed with surprise tb.t the
new steamers ordered compree a lumber of paddle
wbril vessel-. Of 1,551 comaisrioned tdicers in tbe
uavy, 512 were from iho Confedirate S'at««, of whom
521 have resigned; and it is f< arid that mere are macy
cfliiers in thceervice who-c hca.-ts arc cot in the right
place on this qncstior, or who, to use the Ameiics:>
elirg, ar> “..ot >quire on the goose.”
cn % arcs is or faki;
From L)iu liturs to bcottavllle.
OS aaP all r the 9.h Inatani, the firs on nir Wt_> -,r.l..i:h
Ileus from l.y.ih' u a to Rcolltn.le will he J
, railed to ten enl » he:I cent* per rn'!e, snd for tote mc.u nt p .Ioffe
in iwees Die taopl.rcfe. Beiow VcoUavtlle, and fr. m thence to
Kbhiiund, no alteration In the fare.
.,6____ 2. EPMOSD k CO.
lAlFrhTViPKlT-ti.lar Wood and Olive Fo l 1 i[e». ftr camp
I ric. for sale by W. PETERJOf< A CO ,
aoll 1 ‘A Mrln fetr.ee.
LILtritliLBIt V ItltAWDV.-A U| .or .ril'le.prs
> eared a..d snl.1 by W EAl fe-nhoK k CO..
■tain OrnrelfeO 155 Wain iiraat.
Endehs, st rrona (Wit Isikwi*——**
tee bor.dt of the Stain of
btegtnta,
Nonh Carolina aid
tell—Iw Tennefefeee _
HOP*, HOPS. Hops, Hops. Hops.—A sni ply of
frtfeh Ilona, liat recrlreJ and for fair by
JUBEBT A E DABNEV, |
Whoeaalr and Retail,
Sell Comer of Broad and Tth etreeli. |
H% V 1NV CIO A BS.-A lul very ntee, for ul« by
at-__HOVE A C_V, OroegUu._ ,
,\EU FI.OL'K.
-| (S/\ tape lorn* Pem'iV flour
luU N O nble. sea Huptrflue floor
1M, do Pino do
101 do CnHs-mbldT.ny do
for Ids ty HUNT A JAMES
( 2_Corner Vs. sad Cory eVccU.
a L tavlob, j. h baptist 1
KOrrsiERI
PRISMS') AND WJllTINl) UK ESTABLISHMENT,
flay, Dclwt'cn 37lli nail 38tU SUM
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
TAYLOR A BAPTIST, liueieeore to Tailor A Ilsrsrove,) Print
try and Wrl l.v Ins Manufactory, tele p eatore In an.
Donnelly to the A u-hern I'eh'dr, that tin'r Id’s factory U sow in
ancersa ul OJ'-r *' 1 -n f-.r the manufacture of every diiorlpllon of
frintlnv and Wiltlut; INKS,: which they are yrepsr
e<l to to (nrnlrhonrcaiooab c t.rcu,
NEWS,
BOOK, and
JOB
INKS,
Of every description, a'wayi on h and. Writing Inks of all eol*
ors Inure.
ESP” aU orders pro* ptly ettea cdto.
iadreee, TATLOR A BAPTIST. |
s'il>-la P. 0. Bos So?, Blehatoad, Va. ,
RO.l P.—*,<W4 ibv SAL aODA, far sale by
• DOTE A CO.,
ad_PrwgirtslA. |
IOQ1DK PoTAHPltM — lt« It*- Iod.de PoUMtem, for
ra'e ty IKiVE A 00.. .
aU_ _ _DrnggUU.
THE WHITE SUEI*HCJH. SPRINGS,
(IRKkNUfttKK COUNTY, VA.
REDUCTION OF CHARGES.
OWING to the mbitmstcd slate of the eccntrj, the White
Dul^.orB, rinya Company hss diAennlnoI ui-en the .following
chare ee for board.
*■«* per day,
lie per week.
ISO per month.
White servants Iwo-thtrf pries. Children under 10 and over I
yean and colored i< rvaots half-price.
An soundest (apply of loe has teen secured
jd4.-- _J. HUMPHREYS, President.
IIOPhTiriPe. Hope, Hope. Hope teopw —A
11 tapply of f.-teh 11 p«, Ji-t rec-Uedend for (a>.
I hate el o for enle. Old Hi mrardner, and Old (Ian-' Ilrandy.
R. A. r. DABNEY,
W< ole-ale end Brt.lt,
(ell (Vrntr o( llrcm and 7:h (treats
HOPS, HOPS, Hops, Hope, Hope, Hope-A
supply of frrab llopa, jo-t rec rived and for eaie bv
S. A. K.DAbNlY,
Wh.desale md Belatl,
rail Corner of Broad end Tth etree'a
N EW PAM ILTyLOBK—OMk quality new family
floor, for talc by
a- S—10; DUNLOP, MONOCII A CO.
VIRGINIA IWWIR KNIVES.—Wsoffsr tor eales
quantity of Uda formidable weapon, etrietly of boms mans
factors, at wholesale and retail,
myfti SMITH. RHODES A 00.
UNIFOHblS.
bOO.YY CNIfOlM 00ATS
<9 31.CC PILOT MILITARY OVERCOATS
for tale at WM. IXA 8Mmr<,
my ISUA Mala Street.
BI OLIBLDHIHIIS AND VIPUS.
BAS] Promt, Kettlt Drome, 1 rom Heeds, Dram Snares, Tram
Cords Dram Sticks, Ui»le Mouthpiece, Bogle Crooks, Esse
wood fifes of the bssl quality, a! P. H7 TAYLOR’S,
seiMode Hors, 1M Mato strook,
Q ATM-1M0 bdUt Wlntor OdM. sure |
.wuCi'WR
• ~ i
THU HAT.
VI QkVIB. PBOFKEE k j .
fi/h KKOnOCS,-We *1:1 mi I II n o r It/, »i o’el al
•/U my like y i nn. DAY)/, Dfl'PKIZ A 00.,
jyllOdd t iiow.'Ha I, cor, Uaye and frAaluln lb.
BY S. n. ITOK B8. Anct'r.
i) e NEGIdORN.—i will tell THU M0A.Vi.Nfl, M 11 o’clock
61D Twenty-ire Likely Negron
K. H. PTOKM, incCr,
_npSTFrnnkiln. kt tool below Wat' at re at,
BY HILL!All i QO. Acel;.
.> X N EG HOK0—W* wli: tall £• Ukeiy N efToaa,to-dAy, (I 11
61D o’clock. rjLLUM 1 00.. An«U.,
Odd FellJWl Hall.
*1. B llonaa f.rvaeta, Ooola, Wuhan and Ironan for aali
prtralay,__fll
DUNLOP, MONCCRB A 00 , ACCTA.
rilltf &T BILK OK WINKS AM) LIQUOR*
I AT ACTION-On Tt.uraJuy, the lllth lcat. at II
o'chtlt, at on- WAn home we will Mil, cy ao hoiUy of tha Trua
t r, a 1 t u* Wine*, Lltiuoii, Ac.
Tenta «t »b. DUNLOP, MONOUKV k CO ,
j *«l* H * AutlLuaeta.
OPriOK RICHMOND A P. R It. CO . i
Bictnnm, Va , Kept. 10,ldfl. f
ON and After Wiiln .lay, fcp rn-b-r 11th. IJJ rs^unBK
the tralna on tlalw read will lean aa *tw tUPRIW .
fotlowa:
Mall tra'a leave. RhhKand, daily A A. M.
Yr le t and ac oniaodatloi. leave Aicbaond dally (except fun
dat) I P. II
freight and “ “ Pitenbu-y, “ “ " 8 A M.
vta'l t-aln teaviv Pet*iafcorg daily, 6 P. M
The aali tralna aluDc concrete suit tba rcada loath of PflA<§
ha-y.
iO’Traveile a will bear In ratod that the Governor raqalti
til pvttonv It arm,; the ct y of Richmond, to have a puiporl.
yet* 1HI B. H. WY.vr.k, eupt.
DIEUACAL CARD.
•Dr. A. Y. P G-arnott.
ry AVISO nao?H bt* residence from Wuhlagtoo, D. 0.. to
O, Rlebsioo'i, will bercefter pursue the pr&ctlce of his profev
. »olo this city QcVf vicinity.
Urr:es—MftU) tttreei, ever f. U Tsylort—next doer to Mead*
% !-•.* t’n png M n mo>.% In
^OCTIlMi* H K.4VI PISIVATERH
‘7 C0\IV • n V — ?e:eo&* iln rous r( proia.ctlrg this
braoch cf our NqUia&aI Defence against tar eaeal<e, can *«?t flod
4 few -hm* <>♦ the blocs to tab/cribe fwr, atthecff.ee No. 14 Peart
t.vct.flrrtfi o , where &J inform i!>n can be ! ad.
Starve |ij*.*; e-ACO in A *No. 1 tt.\\ jyitf—if
*• R. L. f. II.”
ATTENTION BLUES!
IIIAYV depo.it -! wltli JAN A, BUOTT, r..|, (l.rmer let LI ret.
•• K la I. U.”> sepv h e drafts for pejr due to dlich t gei tnria*
oertofdie R!ch.so: d LJy t Infaniry liluis, up toiiielcth Judo
oil
air. Fcolt wl I s^nd or <V’ ter thee* rn proper a; plication, ac
comp an. e l by written re* e.pis for the same
O. JENNINGS Will,
oi m) - dlw Captain R. L L IL
ALUCKT HIIMAPAVGU,
t*E OD 0 C E COMMISSION HKBOHAMT,
OORSIU OAST AND 18TB t’TKAVTB,;
JIICHMOHD, FA.
WM. H. HOWAR-', Clerk, Torkcaanty._aoM
TO THE MTEEI48
tr tui
CONFEDERATE ARMY
• MlTliriM IILIC OM.TEH ALLY.
|!HI und.nlgued i Her for »tlr, by pierage ar otheinlar, a Am
L sitoitmmi of r g«r« and .Tin tin fur tu rod To*
burro, of th* tarot *jp;oved br.ndt.
tt'e are tbe Hole /graft for teve.nl of lie laigwt ilanofarturera
in the Sis«e n' Vl-gt-.U, and are tbia Jar recelrtog a general aa
•ortmrsta’ all kli It of Tobatro. ra-glne fioin .* to IS rooia
pe- pou-.d Ai*i. aft kluua haiohiug Tobi.c o.
ISintriiia Utah. U A* MAIM A CO,
Under Pp.jitwro d Hotel, kVhiaeod, Va
P. 8 —special attention pa's to orieri fro® ra'lm and Mer
chaato alto are oupt lying f1.- u*m r_%"*>—<b
G1 I I N".—tan'pj r. c and bet* breru tiia. o, Biailpul-ted ,
I (loano, macu actured by u ;b inbrcro l-bulkanl ground,
for • le by
»,.l_ _kPu'OWD. DATe-KPORT A CO
’ AMElUCAN GLAXO.
»jp A TON£ of tblj vnluab:«Gl'A*0 l.i toruiod ctfe*e<J to
>)« 'v the f i.'intr* M4 deilera &• a ferlluit , wMch bu been
a«e>T duiin* the p**t ihiee »rv. &■ wl*l» ■ «*U*f*Aory re all tqu I
10 th*t * I.'V a :C '• • M.y ID lbttl«, Ui %t »0 PM CUT. Lira THAI
?B*rv a* ar. 1 t'> rt* cur uuu ?»*» Mx him laiho Gc'aso
ft will be tup llrd La tiapt or bureli, at «h • op*k>n o' tbe pox
ebaec-. A!l|a <ape» will bear njr naoe an 1 will be wa'reot.4
{enulne • r.d p*:re. T> |u>chacers of lirfe qaa itltiee, It all: be
i Id upon mVI'actcy term«
Ih? *b >re th’e ho i.lr.4 t©fr it a)i of thit vaiaaNe feril^aei in
ihta »rk* i, at* i oar friends detlrirp lo ecrare it shoal t etll let
aoII telj Fall! X >f CAVK.
anH’ -d1*n H*Mr'i ni/y*M ibh•*»•*»
DRl’CI, *«.
Alcohol
Oaror Oil
AMafrtida
Lard OU
Qaialae
Morphine
Tannin
Oaapbor
Milch ri •
Oiaille Soap
Patent i-lat
Adhealra Pluttr
Mouaege, Ac., Ae.
Jolt iretired thla day by i ,t Luae. gn>ka I R. R.
ltdJ- P. DUVAL, PrnglVt •
’ IN»LKE Toll14 LIFE AT HOME!
THE VHIGIMA L1FEIS3URASCB CO MPAS V,
(ornce corner op main and eleventh struts.)
INSURE white peiioat for life cr for a term of yean, and iUTM
forme or m-re (not oactedlngfonr) yrara
Granti Aldo lie* rod Endow*:-nlo on the melt equitable tenet.
Tb>. Tanki-e comnanlca haring ma le known the".- Intention to
repudiate 11.e pol.rlciof car feilcw-clt'ient who Bay ke killed la
defence o' their hoaioo, either by taking ap arms, or by lympa
inking od h, cr by leading aid aaj c, uiiort lo Southern Rebels,
eve.v rrudri-t men. Inured by Uicta, ought at oaee to oaacel hla
policy tan tntarr at noma
B_o :s rr .talning the necessary Information arr furnlehod at the •
Xce of Ok Octapany.
*AMUFI. J. UARRIBDN, President.
J. ADAIR PLCABAXIB, iwduy.
Bed.a FPkWS-!., M. D., Medics. Examiner.
J. t. KoCaw, hi. D., Consulting Phynldan.
Rone* * B. llgATP, Legal Adviser._
1/Vs, HnFa, HOPS. -» baba u.ce Heps Just u haai
onrouign-ecu' HOMT • JAMB,
• X Car. Va and Carr alrreU.
»TT I M F.--htierry aad Kaceira <Mtu c( super!..r qnallty, 'or
If aaleby
,.3 BPMOHD, DAVFNPOBT A CO.
DirilV'S PBOPHVLAC1II' HLClII—Thlshthn
l'f?l r-n-dr fir wonVs and sires, and the bed DMnfse'anl
v rnt 1* k Ir.dispeaaat.lc lathe tick room,and U h'ghiy reooat
mcnde-l by tie best Phytleitnt In the b uth for aal« by
W. PaTbRbDH A CD, Emirate's,
Mjg _lift Main Wrssi
IfACIIIifR ntXTlNn-fgabbsr aad Leather)
i.vi Cotton "nine all rbtri
Mt.m bops and Co.dsro
C.f'Ti Van s mo. tel sins • foo ! anp?*y OB hand
Alia, large Wrepp'ng Taper.
r ENOtVLSI A tVALfOBD,
,,45 I ft »mln “treei.
OI,D « IXI> All) LlQI ORh.
WK have co hand a choice at-—meat of the finest oil tv ase
Cad L'qnen Imported Into IM* country, wMeh we will sell
at oar uniform el 1 or^n, Jast ae we hare alwayi aold there | re
rtooe to the war. Panin who detire to tttpplr t'.-incites with
choice ccode can do as, la quantities to tall their waou
b Bri DCN A MIILFR.
%c0 Ce.roer I4tb and d-re “»r-. ta
WII.LIATI F.OWENV.
ie6L
BPBINO GOODS
to* •
OEHTLEAIBNf
NEW STYLES AND LATEST
15IP0BT1TI0IB.
Tcgrthor with a freih aeiortmest Half Hoae, Whtte French lin
en HdkX, Glores and Cnderwtar of every dtaerlptloa.
ur-btilru made to order by cteanrraaat aad II (UruUsd, >
Hew flyl-t Preach Bosotni jnat opened.
oM4 _ W. t. OtCBHA. Balthnwra
130IRK VIKG1MIA APPLB H*aASDir.-« Vie
1 rare V1-gtn!a Apple Brendy, three yean«Id, la Boro and for
‘bJ,by A 1-VET A LIPBOORB.
Ta « n.-Vti bhle A.Trail A Cd.’l pare ». L »«“. high proof,
l\^for tale by_ALTKT A LI POOP MB
tlOLDIOKU Wl 1TKH CLOTMIJIO
H jninomfftiJiffrMm**
2.7) <!o do G0*rrs
prs fcmwcrs, Trill tad Canton Flsnnol
PtK> Cesslmeie, aad other blue a of Orerahlrti
JISJ Water Proof Orercoa's made ef Enameled Cloth
IM Oil t-1o'h M.nkete, .
And various other atlleln eal able for * l
■tie tt fair prlc.-s lor cash only. Ill tU'n Btrswi.
VIAL*.—I' g-wl4 and los giase jara
u do 1 os calomel Bottles for eale by
_g DOTE A 00., Dngrieti
■ lAMIliVHACOfl AND LAI r- he Bam. Mm
ill Family Lard.
■ ,.la_
■SIT a JRSmioSio .
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