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AnrAIRSUt MEXICO. A careful examination of oar Mexican flloa satUAas aa that tkars atiU exists a germ of discontent In that repub lic, fort wo awhslpals it* Anal anuibilation through the rig or aad wMoa of Prnaident Comonfort The attempt at a counter revolution by tbe combined military and clergy a hi here proved dangerous, had It not been detected MMIatetmw. A movement, banded by anch men a* La Vega Nxvarro, Migttrl Bianco ai.d Gamboa, an J tome tiled by tha still more formidable influence of ecclesiastical fa vor, would undoubtedly Kara severely tested the viability and strength of the Oowranlort administration, had it pro needed to a downright, open dcmoo-tisbon It must not be forgotten that hitherto the clergy have constituted an essential element of the Mevioan polity; as Ministers of the artihlishsii rcligioa of the country; as the recipients of a very targe proportion of Iu wealth; as the spiritual advis ers and direct ora of evety family, they enjoyed a populari ty and wielded power which seemed to bid deflance to all oppofMpe. It was a bold stroke of Comonfort to eetab Itah Ike decree of expropriation. It wax a hardy, an al most audacious effort to assert the authority of tire govern ment over that of the Church. No wonder it excited uni versal commotion, roused the ciergv to rebellion, and gave origin to secret combinations ana conspiracies for the overthrow of the existing government. And yet the Las Lerdo was the mildest form in which Comonfort could have embodied bis determination to abridge the extraor dinary privileges of the clergy. It did not seek to de privs thrui ol their wealth; to aiest from them a single dollar ol their ooormous riches, but simply proposed to convert their real into personal property, by requiring the sale Ol their lands and tenements, tbe avails of which were to be rigorously accounted to them. No one can doubt that immense amount of real estate owned by the Mexican Clergy invested them with a dangerous power over their Counties* tenants. The curtailment ol so vast a monopoly Was a matter of absolute necessity iu a republican govern ment. We believe that this admirable law will be sus tained by a large majority ol the enlightened classes in i Mexico, and that the Executive will continue to evince the | same tinnn-ss and independence in carrying it into effect, which he displayed in promulgating it. For some time yet we may look for occasional disturb ances in Mexico. The wiaest forecast, the most judi cious statesmanship, the most resolute administrative pol icy cannot at once remove the myriad evils and abuse from which that unfortunate country has suffered. But we have no reason to doubt that Comonfort knows the people, and understands the value and expediency of grad uated aad progressive reform. None other will suit Mex ico The boldest step yet taken is the Law Lerdo, and wc have seen with what violence the clergy resell' the smallest encroachment on their privileges. Klscwtici., as in the case of Vidauri, lawless and unscrupulous men protit by the commotion to raise the standard of revolt They are inspired by that sordid lust of office and pow er. which has to often animated the public men ol Mexi co There is no apprehension of the success of Vidauri' plan of insubordination. He is not regaded at all formid able, and the government is prepared to put him down promptly the moment he becomes so. Our hopes ol Mexiran regeneration reeieed from witne-a ing the earliest measures of President Comonfort. Every thing lie has since done strengthens the belie! that anew era will soon dawn upon that long benighted nation.—.V n fire A Marise Locomotive.—Mr. Win. LotisJell, a machi nist of Memphis, Tennessee, ha* invented what he terms a marine locomotive, ami which U designed to tie substi tuted for the presell', steam water craft, by making the base of the boat the propelling agent instead of pad-lie wheels, as now used. The invention consists in using tan huge parallel hollow screws, in the place of the present keel, and revolving them by means of steam power, so that they will cut their way through the water as a com mon screw cuts into wood. The screws are constructed of iron, and, as before stated, ara hollow, but are divided into compartments, as a precaution against nuking, in case ol an accident. The cabin of the locomotive will tie constructed on frame work, elevated above these screw and will altogether be more pleasantly situated than tin cabins of our river steamers, admitting the passage ol fresh air beneath tta whole length and breadth. It is be lieved that, when fairly pul upon the water and under ail Tantngeons circumstances, the locomotive can make about thirty miles an hour, and thus compete with our railroad trains in speed, as well as in safety. The model lias been put upon trial, and lias performed to the satisfaction ol the inventor and numerous witnesses. Grasshoppers in immense swarins are making (earful havoc among the grain on the I'pper Mississippi. At Little Falls, Minnesota, they destroyed all the crop*. At Elk river they appeared io a awarm that seemed like a cloud, and lighting upon a twenty acie corn field, destroy ed the whole ciop in a short time. At Crow Wing they alighted upon alarm and destroyed 61MmI bushels ot outs. A Tsais Overboard.—I-asl week, a freight train on the llliunU Central Railroad, consisting of five cars ami the engine and lender, was precipitated into the Galena river, from a bridge twenty feet high, the draw of which had been left partly open. Tile hands jumped off lietore the train went down. There are now the second week ol the session, 1(H) stu dents at Emory and Henry college, Va. It is rumored that Gen. Hamev lias been ordered to Florida, iu command ol the troops operating against the Indiana. The anniversary of the death of Lopez was religiously observed at New Orleans on the 1st instant. Kohl. Tvler. son of K a - President Tyler, arrived with his family at the Yellow Sulphur springs, Va., a lew days ago. Rev. J. J. James, well known throughout Southwes ter . Virginia, died suddenly on the 27th ult £ A new Catholic Church at MoutiJaville, Va., was dedi cated on Sunday. 1.4 R D, FA FI. ,1 S56. MERCHANT TAILORS. SOU BROADWAY, NKW YORK THK undsrstvnrst, »inc» llie death of their father, having tacctt tlrd In (hr bavinet" under the same Arm, he? to invite atten tion to our stork of good* n..w arriving for Fall wt-ar, rnmprisit.g * larger and better assortment than we have ever before had the pleasure of offertag to our custom* rs. Thv •sin-- good taste and #-yle In the rutting and making of our good* that ha* so lung characterised our house, ^father having been at It?* head for twenty nine years) will be continued and every effort Will in- made to retain the confidence of our old customers. aull -lm _ A. A U A AKNOI X KANII, RI.IVIkN AVI* IIOORN. THK undersigned Is engaged in the manufacture of 8a*h, Blinds and Doors, of the heat quality of material arid workmanship, at low price*. Orders respectfully solicited amt promptly executed- Persons ordering 8a*h, Blind* or doors, rrnni tne by mail, may rest assured of getting as good work, as moderate prices, and as prompt attention as If ordered In person. (Hating done very low, and any quality of Ola** u*ed that may I*- designated Constantly on hand In hy 14, in l»y 12, and S by In 8**h gUxed—also. Blind* to suit the same Factory And building above Haxalls’ Mill*, Klrhmond, Va aulft _ IHA %C J MFKCFK si ininini \> wiiihkey* ff.lKOM his |>UUlleri«-» in Augusta county, li>< subscriber will All Ml orders, in any quantities, and for any part of the United State*, for this celebrated WHWKKY. It was awarded a riant cu btrtjoi* at the Fair of the Mechanics' Institute.in Richmond. No vernber K»l This Liquor Is intended for family and inedicluaJ use, and for the best Hotel* It may be ordered of any age from two to Ave years. Orders through the mails promptly ittriiibd to. Ad drew* WILLIAM KF.KK, ocA—dly fkaunton, Va. ■ .lit I >11 IRHII \ i oi ll \% l lit* 01 i hi r LATENT BTYLEB -Ju«l to hand a large variety of *ewelry of the ow*t fashionable styles, among which some entirely new styles The assortment consist* In part of Cameo, Gold Ptor.e, l.ava, M >-ak and Diamond Pins; Ear-Rings, Finger-King*, and Bracelet*; *l*o, a large variety Watch Keys, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold Pen*, the best manufactured, and a larre variety of Ellvrr Ware All g ods warranted at represented, and will be told at a living nrnflt. if 34_ MVFRfl A JAN HP, 75H Main street VAI.I % HI. I. Till,I, PIIOPIHTY toil >ll — RAILROAD MU I.H, LATE TAt.lAFFRHO Mil.!.** - Tf.at valuable Water Power, with Flour, Grist and Pla*t«r Mill* attach,d, situated just beyt.nd and adjoining the city limits, in Rocketts, lire port of Richmond, and immediately on the line of the York River Railroad, connecting with the Ya Central and Dock, containing about eight acrev o' land, is now offered for sale, commanding, at it does, water power available for the erection of millt, foundries w<»tk aod machine shops Beautiful location for a ltrrw-rv It |* par tleuiarly adapted tor a Paper Mill, as there is a pure spring which can be used for that purpose These M lie are noted for the supe rior Flour and Meal, both for home market and exportation Tt I* property will be for sale a limited time only, and if not disposed of oy the 1st October negt, will be withdrawn from the market For further particulars, apply to aulS-tf_OOIHUN A AI'PKRPOM, Richmond. Va. Antivi s* t i > \ iMf frames, Oil sketching paper, Sketching Board'. Ea-lrs, palletie* and Pilkite Knives, O.l colors In tubes In great variety. Camel. Fitch, fUlde and If g If sir Brushes, Badger flair Blenders, colored Crayon#, and every oilier Implement use»| for Oil Painting and I>r*~'ng. fur sale by WfLI I AM BATTLER, auW Artists' Color Htore, 143 Main street jnikk TA/.LU LLI/H si IIOOL, GRACE BTKF-ET, BETWEEN T*h and nth. fll^I Btxth Bess I n of Miss Tas-wrll’* Brhnol will corn men re on M the flr«t day of October and close the first day of July. Mks Tate well wifi be assisted by a gentleman whose attainment* and eaprrteVKw render Mtu a con«*deraMe acquisition to the B<Imm| AH other requisite information will be commuti (rated through civ cat art srhleh ran he obtained on application. Taaisa-payable semi annually In advance . For Board. fpxt on Higher English Branches. 40 00 rnmm. ho mi Anckr.* and Modern Language*, each go 00 Most* *nd T>rswing. PrnfcNnn fees au??»1m U JWKT BPHI €•«!•—TllfB ESTABUPMM^NT I* N^»W gF OPEN, with handsome accommodations T> • new Baths, ju«t completed, are m<«at spacious, convenient and elegant, containing hand* me re eption and private dresslog rooms, all handsomely r*r pwt*d and furnished, foe both ladle* and gentlemen I am Instructed by th* owners of tht* property to spare no efforts or expense to make it one of the most desirable summer retreat* in Ihe mountain*. L. NORYFl 1. sail - tm SI/I H Ar PIMI P, No 34. M* * srell selected amort me nt of GROCE BIBB, (tuxtogtcatlng ll *uor* exrepsed.) which they trill sell at a small profit for each or ap ffwfwd etty acceptance SvUrulir .Ifanllon pal, to ml— of Country RrMw* »rvrm,r i RtzrR, JO* _______ WfLUAM A FHAI'P AS* S AU Wk * VKAH. An A«-nt I, aant—I in rrrry <p ■ ******* town Inin. 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Ar W. ar, non rerM.ln* lb, lar(*M and m<, baauiifnl urnmni -f PlafaA Wan* rrrr nSy*4 In ti.1, markn, c one own importation, from on- of lb- ha* m.niifarlur-yi in lb wnrM Tba abnyy ayfi-l— ay* I’latrA upon lb- porr ''Alixlin Wnrr% awl wr IM ryyyy conS4*»<-- in rpromm-nAlnp It-rm If, „-w i n-fom on .n.| thy put'll, fan-rally sri.RI.rV S CO , anSn 1*7 Main ,lrr-l |)Of RI'T ri'TM HI, AuM raorttr, Alrrrf from lb M M»a«»a, t,ir»r«. ia> S.-fp-r, A Ron#, an, Oao W -fa-i oIln ( no a, a InrM an, nUt, aaaartmrnl of pm -n<1 Pxrk-t Knlrra an, Sw Ml- by JOWjntn* A BRAVAFftRH auSa Spi of lb- Oroaa Cut Baa, Ho HR Main H. Cant, M- bw ant* Ham Rail San, Dap at / nnSn LSWU MILL. t ( H I K I 1 N KHIim. CAUTION TO MKKCUANTK AU ditnnwlM and luvsutioas ol approved value, as pre servatives ol Mill, or rrmedtee for diassse, give rive, un fortunately. lo pernicious counterfoils mad imilalioae. The more popular ike article, the more eagerly it* name, Ua credentials, ito external appearance art- copied by unscru pulous knave*, eho, destitute ol the ability to produce anything uselul themselves, have ju»t sufficient cunning to 1 make capital out ol the discoveries ol other*. It has been said that "hypocrisy u the homage which vice pay* to virtue,** and it might, with equal truth, be reoiarkro, that the counterfeits of valuable remedies are the tribute paid by poison monger* to practical science. When the puie medicinal restorative, now so widely known as Wolfe'* Schiedam Schuapps, waa introduced to the world, undor the endorsement ol lour thousand leading 1 members ol the medical profeasioo, some five years ago, ! its proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly es cape the penally attached lo all new and uselul prepare ! lion* He, therefore, endeavored to invest It with the strongest possible safeguard against conterfeiters, and to render all attempts lo pirate it difficult and dangerous. It was submitted tn distinguished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity and properties having been thus ascertained, •ample* of I'te article were forwarded to ten thousand phy sician*, including all the leading practitioners in the I'lti ted Stairs, lor ptirpMM of experiment. A circular, re questing a trial of tits preparation and a report of the re sult, accompanied each specimen. Kour thousand of the most eminent medical men in the Union promptly respon ded. Their opinions of the article wets unanimously fa vorable. Such a preparation, they said, had long been wanting by the profession, as no reliance could be placed oo the ordinary liquors of commerce, all ol which were more or lews adulterated, and therefore unfit lor medicinal purponea. The peculiar excellence and strength ol the oil ol juniper, which formed one ol the principal Ingredi ent* ol the Schnapps, together with the unalloyed charac ter of the alcoholic element, give it, ill the estimation ol the faculty, a marked superiority overt-very other diffusive stimulant as a diure tv, Ionic and restoraltve. These satisfactory credential* front professional men ol the highest rank were published in a condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle ol the Schnapp*, as one ol the guarsntec* of its genuineness. Other precautions against iraud were also adopted; a patent was obtained for the ar ticle, the label wa* copyrighted, a tac simile of the pro prietor's autograph elgnatutc wa* attached to each label and cover, his name and that ol the preparation were cm iHwsed on the bottles, and the corki wete sealed with his prirate seal. No article had ever been sold in this coun try under the name of schnapps prior to the introduction nl Welle’* Schiedam aromatic schnapps, in 1861; and the label was deposited, a* hi* trade in*rk, in the United State* District Court for the Southern district ol New York du ring that year. It might be supposed by persons unacquainted with the daring character ot the pirates who prey upon the reputa tion ol honorable merchant* by vending deleterious trash under their name, that the protections so carefully thrown around the schnapps would have precluded the introduc tion and sale ol counterfeits. They seem, however, truly to have stimulated the rapacity of imposters. The trade mark ol the proprietor ha* been stolen ; the endorsement which hi* Schiedam aromatic schnapps alone received from the medical profession lias been claimed by mendacious humbug*; his label* and bottle* have been imitated, hi.* A.iv.vrf * t>*ratthr AAs'tl hi* pirrularrt ffiii.i than all dishonorable retailer*, after disposing of the ge nuine content* ot hi* bottles, have tilled them up with common gin, the unist deleterious of all liquor*, and thus made hi* name and brand a rover for poison. The public, the medical profession and tha sick, for whom the Schiedam aromatic achnappa is prescribed as a remedy, are equally interested ailh the proprietor iu the detection arid suppression of these nefarious practice*.— The genuine article, manufactured at the establishment of the undersigned in Schiedam, Holland, i* distilled Imm a barley of the tincst quality, and flavored with an essential •'Hi act of the berry of Italian juniper, of unequalled purity. Hy a process unknown in (lie preparation of any other liquor, it i* freed from every acrid and corrosive element. Complaints have been received from the leading tirms in many of the Southern and Western citie* of the sale of cheap imitation* ol the Schiedam aromatic schnapps in those markets and tiavcllcrs w ho are in the habit of using it as an antidote to the baneful influence of unwholesome river water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam I Kittle*, is frequently palmed off upon the unwary. The agent* of the undersigned have tieen requested to institute inquiries on the subject, and to furwaid to hioi the names ot such parties as they may ascertain to be engaged in the atiocious system ot such deception. In conclusion, the undersigned would say that he ha* produced, from under the hands of the moat distinguished men of science in America, proof* unanswerable ot the purity and medicinal excellence of the Schiedam aromatic schnapps; that lie has expended many thouaaud dollars in surrounding it with guarantee* and safeguards, which he designed should pro tect the public uud liimsill against fraudulent imitation*; ttiat lie has shown it to be the only liquor in the world that mi be uniformly depended upon as unadulterated ; that he lias challenged investigation, analysts, comparison and experiment, in all its forms; and from every ordeal the preparation which bears his name, veal and trade mark has come off ti lumphant. He therefore f-els it a duty lie owe* to his fellow-citizens generally, to the medical profes sion and the sick, to denounce and expoae the charlatans who counterfeit these evidences of identity, and he calls upon the press and the public to aid him in his effort* to remedy so great an evil. L' DOLPHO WOLFE. caction to reasons who diink at bars and hotel*. Since the iulioductiou of my Schiedam Schnapps into the United States a number of liquor mixeis in New York have commenced putting up mixed and poisoned gin, and calling it "schnapps;” the name belongs expressly to my article; all other* arc coun terfeita, and impositions on the public. I understand a number of bar-rooms in the city keep tlie poisonous gin for sale, on account of the cheapneaaof the price—two dollar* and a hall a dozen—when pure Holland gin is worth hy the pipe one dollar and fifty cents a gallon. Look out lor such imposter*. UDOLPilU WOLF E WOLFa’s SCHIEt>AM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. The popularity of this article as a medicinal diet drink, and its intrinsic superiority over all other alcoholic stimu lant*, are established facts in the history ol dietetics, which uo man venture* to deny. F>en those who inveigh against the use of diffusive sti mulant* under any circumstances, hare the caudor to ad mit th*l A olfe's Schiedam aromatic schnapps it the purest of them all. It would be I terally flying in the face of demonstration to do otherwise, for the most tccorute and eminent che mist* of the United States have analizcd the prepaiation, and pronounced it tree irom the deleterious elements found, in a greater or lev* degree, in every other kind ot spiritu ous liquor. Nor is thi* all; more than three thousand physicians, among whom are numbered the greatest names belonging to the faculty ot medicine in this country, have certified, IlVwr their ..all .e I.. I I... •lle.I.U a.ejiei.-.l __ parties of such an article as the severest chemical terte have proved the Schiedam aromatic schnapps to lie, and have accepted it ns a mint de-irable addition to the mate ria medica. A pampldrt containing selections I'rom the letters ol about live bundled .if the most distinguished ol these practitioners has been published by the undersigned, and mav be procured of bis agents in New Orleans ami oilier cities of the Union. Such are the scientific endorsements under which the schnapps has been introduced into hospitals, dispensaries and private medical practice, as a diuretic, tonic and re storative, with striking and unilotm success; while its agreeable flavor and the absence ol that caustic and de ■ tructivc ingredient known as “fusil oil”—a poison which is present to a greater or less extent in all other forma ol alcohol—lisvc commended it to those who use spirituous liquor us an occ isiotial beverage. The Schiedam aromatic schnapps is manufactured at the factory of the undersigned, at .Schiedam, Holland. He is the sole importer, as well as the exclusive manufacturer, ol the article, and no preparation bearing the name of “schnapps,” that is not ptocured either from hi* establish ment in New Yoik 01 I’hiiadelphia, or Irom his agent* in other citice, is gcimino and reliable. It is made from barley id the finest quality, selected with great care from the products of the most celebrated grain growing districts; is flavored with the essence of the aromatic juniper berry ol Italy, and is rectified by a pecu liar process, which expels from the spirit every acrid particle. A* a mean* of preventing and correcting the disagree able and often dangerous effect* produced upon the sto mach and howtda by a change of water—a visitation to which travellers, new settlers ai.d all unacclimated persons In the Wed, South and Southwest are pectiliailv liable_ the Schiedam aromatic schnapps will he found absolutely infallible; while in rasas of dropsy, gravel, obstructions of the kidneys, diseases ol the bladder, stri lures, dyspepsia and genetal debility, it is recommended moat •rnphatically by tii« moat distinguished members ol the medical pro fession. It is put up in quart and pint bottles. In cases of two doxen each, with the name ol the undersigned on the bot tle and cork, and a lac aiipile of his signature on the label; and it for sale by all re*p*ctablc druggist* and country merchants UDOLPHO WOLFE, No*. 18, 20 and 22 Heaver street, New York, Sole manufacturer and importer. worse's schicdsm »toastie s< msspps as s aai.ictaa. Among the complaint* for which the schnapps ha* beeu deeltred a specific by the eminent physicians who have corresponded with the proprietor, arc dropsy, dyspepsia, debility consequent upon long continued sickness and old Sge, epilepsy, asthma, gravel, rholle, affections of the kidneys, and all chronic disesaes of the genitourinary ap ptratua For these and mai.y other disorders it is now prescribed wirh great sueeeas by more than throe thou- I sand medical practitioners in various parts ol th« United States wol»*'* s. inrnaw saoMATtr arnsxrra n cowsxagn with vtftANDV, rtf’. The highest chemical authority in this country has en dorsad the schnapps as purer than the hr It French brandy »hde i» price it is much cheaper that the worst The , ^grsp. crop, has raised the value of genuine brandy (if indeed inch a rarity i. pro curable at .11, to . figure which places it beyond the resell : : "f “ur • mcdleln* It is on °f ‘h° " •" bshitu.i , hr.v. e 1 ' I •',*1 '• purchns*d St,he ! W *" " •« * * Hher an good far • Wrdfe'l r” *" •• • le v. rage, sa . »•*++** TO TRATtlLKa*. " * "m"* * the deleterious properties of unwholesome water, Ike Schiedam aromatic schnapps L absolutely uivalusbl* to the traveller. It wlU Infallibly prevent the dysenteric and laxative disorders which at tack strangers who oe* the water* of th* Mladmippl. lh< Ohio, the Alabama and other W eetern and Southern river* It stimulate*, in a moderate degree, the digestive organa and thus enables the stomach to resist the otherwise die turbing Influence* of the varietiee ol the universal fluid en countered on a journey. Nor U this all. Th* diffrren kind* and qualities ol liquor fall the more or leoa impure which every one who use* ardent spirit* a* a beverage o corrective must necessarily meet with at country hotel are no le*e pernicious than the change* ol water, and there fore the advantage ol having alway* at hand a liquor o unilorai strength and purity cannot fail to be appreciates by ail who hare become habituated to the moderate use o atimulanta while travelling. THE WHOLE A Bill'll ENT IN A NIT SHELL. It ha* been proved that for those who us* liquor a* i beverage, the Schiedam schnapps ia th* beet; that in pu. rity it i* unequalled; that for many painful diseases It i* t specific; that whenever it U proper to administer spiritu ous liquor* for any purpose, this ia the article that altoulij he given; tliat the faculty endorse it; that the press ap prove* it; that it ha* friend* and advocate* everywhere, and that it* open opponents do not amount to a ‘ ‘corporal’i guard.” I beg Irave to call the attention of th* reader to testi monials in favor of the schnapps:— Lahobatmby, New Yobh. Mr. Cdoli'Ho Wolve :—Dnir Sir—1 cannot speak too highly of the purity of your Schiedam schnapps. It it decidedly superior to anything ol the kind in the market It Is perleetly free from the admiiture of lusil oil or any ol those amylic compound* which produce such a mischie vous and irrrparabie effect upon th* constitution, and which very few sample* ol alcoholic distilled liquor* arw without—must ol them being largely impregnated with it. 1 have personally inspected the various processes of distil lation practiced at Schiedam, and know that unusual care is taken to separate the noxious elenieuU from the pure al cohol, and your schnapps is a striking proof of its success. A* a medicinal audit for chronic slid real affections, I have successfully prescribed it, and recommend it as an agreeable cordial amt harmless stimulant, and shall conti nue to do so, as well as to use It as a source ol pure alco hol for chemical investigations and experiment*. Your obedient, Asaiaii Deck, Consulting Analytical Chemist. Dr. Charles A. Less, Commissioner ol llesllh, Balti more, write* as follows iu relation to the value ol schnapps as a remedy in chronic catarrhal complaints, Ac.: 1 take great pleasure in licaring high rroditalde testimo ny to it* efficacy a* a remedial agent iu the diseases for which you recommend it. Having a natural leiidoucy to the mucous sutla. es, with a slight degree ol stimulation, I regard it a* one of the moel important remedies in chronic catarrhal affections, particularly thoae of the geuito-ui ina ry apparatus. With much respect, your obedient servant, Chas. A. Lea*, M. D. From Dr. C. L. Leonard, Louisville, Ky.: 1 well know the difficulty ol obtaining genuine, unadul terated spirituous liquors ol any kind lor medical pur poses, and therefore rejoice at auv attempt to render cer tain the purity ol those article*, and at the same time to improve the medicinal properties. Perhaps in no article is this improvement more desired than iu Holland gin.— We frequently fail to prescribe it w hero it might be use ful, having no lailh in obtaining a genuine article, and of O'”™ "sow “>■ “=sr v. .. one. I shall take great pleasure in receiving a bottle of your schnapps, aud hope it may prove all that it it de scribed. Dr C. Robbins, ol Boston, celebrated Tor his cure of epi lepsy, cholera, 4c., complain* ol the greatest difficulty of procuring a pure Holland gin, and speaks of the Schiedam schnapps as follows; I l.sve commended your article in four case*—two In Connecticut, one in Vermont, and one in Rhode Island.— An article ol this character is much needed. I have been unable to find a substitute in the materia medica for pure Holland gin. C. Robbins. Philadelphia. Mr. Udolpho Wolve, Xo. 22 Bearer street. Xew York : DtnrSir—Last season the writer received, through your agent iu tliix city, a bottle ol your Aromatic Schiedam schnapps, and since that period has ptesetibed the same iu certain forma of uiinary complaints; also in caaes of de bility in aged p« isons. So tar the schnapps has been of much benefit to those using it. * * * Iu conclusion, wlieie a diuretic and stimulant is required, 1 should use the aromatic Schiedam schnapps. Thanking you for your kindness, I am respectfully yours, A. D. Cualoneb, M. D., Xo. ISO South Eighth at. The subjoined letter from Dr. Paine, of Mancheater, X. II., relates to one of the moat valuable medical properties possessed by the aromatic schnapps, and show. that it acts a” a specific in a very painful disease, the gravel; Mr. WoLEe :—Permit me to address you a few lines, which you arc at liberty to use if yon think proper, in re spect to your medicine, called Schiedam schnapps. I have had a very obstinate case of gravel and stone, of some five years' standing, causing very acute pain in eveiy attempt to uiiuate. Alter using many remedies, without much re bel, 1 was induced to try a bottle of your medicine. In the course of three days it proved effectual, dislodging Urge pieces of stone, some of winch were as large as a ■narrowlat pea. I continued the cordial, according to di rections, and the patient eontiuurd to gain, and is fast ro coveting. I think a medicine ol so much value in so dis tressing a complaint should be known to the public and the world at large. And I, for one, must give it mv ap probation and signature. Tuns. Paine, M. D. From Dr. John S. Reese, chemist, Baltimore, Md.: A number of our physicians arc ordering the article, and several having already piescribed it. Persons to whom I sold it speak highly ol its qualities. A gentleman of mv own personal acquaintance haring suffered greatly with an affection of the kidneys and bladder, took two hnllle*; and subsequently pas.-ed a stone of considerable sin', and was gtcully relieved. It will, no doubt, go into general use. Dr. Chester, of Boston, writes thus: Having a dropsical case that I should like to try your schnapps upon, I am induced to accept your kind offer. UDOLl’UO WOLFE, Sole Importer. rSALDt LENT IMITATIONS Ot SlTI.KIOR COMMODITIES. Among the many dishonesties of trade which the moral sense of the community is called upon to suppress, we would partieuUrlv notice a most pernicious and infamous practice adopted by unscrupulous dealers, of imitating and rounteiCeiling the exterior appearance and precautionary labels of |H>pular drugs, medicaments, and other ai tides of personal consumption, and thus, hv seizing upon the well acquired reputation of an enterprising trader, palmiug off most destructive and worthless compounds, to the sore detriment not only of the consumer, but to the character of the man who has expended thousands of dollars in hiinging the genuine article into esteem aud demand.— These petty larceny thieves are the pest of all honorable den lei* and traders, and the tradp is as much highway robbery as the violent appropriation of their neighbor's purse; in fact, they are beneath the burglar and highway man in dignity—for these latter felons exhibit a bravery or recklessness of character in no wise distinguishing the mercantile assassin who stabs in the daik. And ought they not to be rewarded with a punishment commensurate with the cowardice of their crime * We are led to these remarks by accidently observing a spurious counterfeit of I'dolpho Wolfe’s Schiedam •chnappa. The labels were imitated perfectly, with the slight addition ol a few letters to plead technical avoidance of the law against counterfeiting ; the bottles whip very similar, and everything carefully prepared to impose upon a carrlesa purchaser. Sow, is not the man who perpetra ted tl<is fraud a felon, a robber* As.uredlv he Isi tor » Mr. Wolfe has expended large sum- to bring bis genuine imported schnapps into popular demand, that demand may tie justly considered a part ol his capital in trade, and a follow stealing a part of his reputation is a« much ol a thief as if he had stolen a barrel ol his schnapps in bulk. And to this crime lie adds a further one of defrauding the com munity by giving them a ruinous article for the money they intended to expend lor a commodity in which they had confidence. And lurther, every man who participates directly in tin- Iraud, by selling spurious srtich «, is at much of an offender as the principal who planned the im position. The remedy of Mr. Wolfe should lie in his holding all concerned up to the contempt ol the community thus swindled by their operatioi a, and unconsciously imposed upon by their noxious composition. We trust that Mr. Wolfe will obtain the names, nut only of the conroctora of these counterfeits, hut of every man offering them for sale, and then publish them to the world; lor his own reputa tion and the health ol the community demand that all parlies should be lulled to the pillory of popular execra tion. [/'ram (hr Nr* York /MspofeA.] Ax Ixrauora III sixras.—When an enterprising msn strikes out a new husiness, to the establishment of which he gives his industry, time, talents and pecuniary means, can anything be more contemptible than to have another steal in, and under specious pretexts, hold ont to the pub lic su inh-rior xitirle.and todeavor to obtain their patro nage? Tray, what difference ia there, so lar ea the honesty of the thing Is concerned, between purloining the business by which a citizen hopes to make his bread and stealing the bread itsell ? A common thief, if lie take without h are, however hungry, a loaf of bread from a baker's shop, is apprehended slid condemned to the penitentiary lor daring in a surreptitious manner to appea-e his appetite; hut put a respectable looking cost on his back and a few dollars In his pocket, and ha may with impnnity, nay, aven with tha applause of hia fellows, by knavery, lorgery, or other Infamous means, take the business ol an honest man from him, and go unscathed of justioal All this ia wrong Home years since a gentleman ol this city (t’dol pho Wolfe) introduced to the citizens of the United Htetes • medicated article of gin, which was highly approved by profeaeional gentlemen as a superior tome snd deobstruent, and the knowledge of which he, by advertisement and otherwise, disseminated throughout the country. Ho anon as tricksters, who pass in tha business community for honest men, saw that Mr. Wolfe was likely to have handsome re turns lor the time and money which he had expended, they set about (urging his labels and palming off upon the peo ple detestable and poisonous compounds, which they have the hardihood Pi call "Hehtedam aehr.sppa ” In some In stances they hava gone a i far as to put Wolfe's name to thei- vitiations fir; old a As this horde are growing bold in their rascalities, it ia time tha pulrlie In town and country ware put upon their guard. Conanm*f**ahonM be sore that they pnrrhase the genuine artlrle, or elae their health may ha irreparably injured by oaing the horrible stuff that unscrupulous men. because they can buy It cheap, will offer as the genuine article. Pure Hrhiedauiaehnapp* ran only be obtained at the stores of rrspcrteble mei chants ami druggists In town and country, end at the eatabliehment -it Udolpho Wolfe, Jfoa. 18, 2<> end IV Beaver street, In this city, where it ia gotten up exclusively. We think it a duly which Mr Wolle owes himself and to the community to publish, by name, the rascals who are thus attempting to defraud forth him and those who would be hia customers lie should not permit his modesty to hold him Imrk from making so righteous an expose ( /’rota lltr .Sunday Aradrr, A apart 17 , J Momcax Cocvrrarrtrras — The knavish tribe* ol mo dent counterf. iter* de*erve the aevrrest punishment, snd yet thus lar they hava escaped their merited reward — IWdt which deserve thw Slate prison pus for oisrw buai «*• trsnsactions. Thw more valuable an artiofe to thw iuoiw certainly it U counterfeited, by persona wbw are too luv to work and too cowardly to steal. Tha act ol coon tetfailing Udolpho Wolte's excellent and undicated gia, toe instance, U th. lt and robbery of thw worst kind. Ft la palming off upon thw public an article inferior and unwhoi tor that which ia geuuinr. While people would frwwlr use the genuine schnapps, they would shudder at the thought of introducing Into their la tribe* the poison ous counterfeit. Both Mr. Wolfe and tha publir are Im posed upon and cheated by theaa baas and unprincipled counterfeiters. Thw schnapps of Mr. Udolpho Wolla arw counterfeited both In city aud country; bin empty bottle* are nought up at a high price, for the express purpose of filling them with the spurious article, and palming l« off u the genuine aromatic schnapps sold by Udolpho Wolfe, of lit, Hn and HH Beaver street. The public, at least, should be protected from the baa* Imposition of which we have spoken. They should not be poisoned with Impunity._ Mr. Wolfe shoalJ devise some mean* ol protecting tha public from the imposition that is so bolillv ard shameless ly practiced, even if it be necessary to publish the name* of the offenders, and brand them with the disgrace which they deserve. Something should be dune, and that quickly. (A’Vorn the Sun Joy TIjnw, .1 tiguit 17,] Woura’s Scuxidam Sews Arra —Greatness has It* infirml ties. It is the painful privilege of excellence to be per petually subjected to imitations. Kvcy thing good ia counterfeited, and the more it la counterfeited the more we may persuade ourselves that it ia not only choice, but popular, for few will take the trouble to counterfeit much that which ia not intrinsically valuable, and the poor counterfeit dies out with the poor original. Thus, pennies are seldom counterfeited, even by the neediest rogue, but ol sterling gold the wot Id ia full of baae imitation*, and probably always will be. Judged by ibis rule, Wolfe baa some reason to be proud ol the daily compliments paid to bis “Schiedam Schnapps," fur the country abound* with counterfeit* of it of every kind, and scarcely a city can be found that haa not its imitation of this famous beverage.— Sonic of them are the boldest snd most unscrupulous in the world, and Wolfe, the original manufacturer and im porter of the “Seheiilara Schnapps,” vliaw place ol busi ne«« U at Nos. If, So and S8 I leaver Street, would he jus tified in prosecuting all who live in this illicit manner upon the character so honestly ca-ncd by hit genuine pro duction. Wolfe’a “Schridam Schnapps" ia not one of the common, uorthles* articles of the day. It i* a pure spirit, distilled in the most costly manner, from juniper and other aromatic ingredients, with a single eye to the pro duction of a stimulant at once wholesome and agreeable. , It is a diuretic of the finest kind. Asa tonic it stands unrivalled. It call be taken by the weakest stomach with advantage, and by the strongest with benefit. In short it is one of those cordials that no family should ever be with out under any circumstance*. h'rom the Sun.lay Courier, -f ug. 17.] CorxTiBFXlTra*.—There is nothing so despicable or more deserving of severe condemnation than the attempt to interfere, by undue means, with a business established by eucrgy, experience, and an outlay of capital. Legitimate competition is the life of trnJe. Hut when a dealer is sub j< ct to the annoyance of having hi* labels, style of package and ttadr marks so closely imitated a* to deceive the pur chaser, the baud should be denounced and its perpetrators exposed. It ia wrll known that Mr. Udolpho Wolfe, a merchant of the most respectable standing, introduced a , few year* since, for medicinal and other put poses, a pure article ot gin, to which, by a very liberal and judicious system of advertising, be gave a widc-*pre*d and well-de- J served reputation under the name of Wolfe's Sclicidaui , Schnapps. Ilis success naturally excited opposition, t which he hail reason tu expect, but aa an eitennixe Hum neaa ha* been done, chiefly with country merchant*, by j imitation* in appearance ol hi* article, he feel* that he i ha* the rijrht to complain and direct public attention to ‘ thc*e di*hune*t attempt* to interfere with hi* profit*. Of | courae, the gin told by these swindlers is of an inferior , quality, else they could not undersell the genuine article, ami we advise those who value their health to avoid it* , use, under any circuuiHtancea. Mr. Wolfe would tie justi fied in publishing the name of every one engaged in the j sale of tliis pernicious stuff, and lor the sake of protecting the public horn a shameful imposture, lie may be prompt ed to adopt this course. *e S—law4w FOK RENT. KOOtl IOII Ur,\T.-A room over our store 80 . fprt 1 nf and 91 I *et «idt* will be rented not at a mode- Ga ralr price, for any light fancy business, for which it to ad- >'■ 1 in Irabu suited Possession given let September. W. P PERKINS A CO.. * au99 _ _ No. 141 Kagie Square. J 1,1011 K EKT.—The office and room above the uor on 19th 1 street, in the rear of my store; also, a large room over my * •lore Enquire of WM. A WALTERS, i au23 No. 14'* Main atreet. * fsloiC I* ENT*—The Orantte Front Store on Cary Street, be ' tween 19th and 18th, now occupied by Messrs. Branch A Oo. p.*,«*-..i<>n given on the loth in at. For terms, npplv to 1 JuA—dtf __DAVID I. BURK < 1.1QH 14 I> I'—An«l possession given immediately, a neat M/ and camvrnlent DWELLING, on 1st atreet. between Mam JUS. , and Cary, containing eight Room*, and a Kitchen with four Rooms , A 1*0. I A large WAREHOUSE on 9th street, near the river, suitable for a Carpenter’# Shop or for Storage, which will be rented low. Apply to JySft—dtf_ HILL A RAWLINGS. 1,10It RENT. LEASE OH MALE.-The HOUSE JT and 1-0 r on Main street, fronting 96 feet, adjoining the H foundry of the Messrs Barnes, recently occupied by Mr. Wb F. J S-rns, a* a turner's shop. Possession given the 1st of January next. For terms apply to JOHN A. ROBIN* »N, 1 jy95 Corner Cary and Virginia sis. ■ Kill II Having removed to the Basin Bank, to , , 1 JT the house r cently occupied by Thotnaa J. Peyton, Kaq , A~A the Store I left. No. 95 Cary street, next door to Messrs. kie. Harrison A Oo., to for rent—a most cxccllcnl stand for any kind of business. Ivll-tf _ __JL_J FRY. 1.1014 KlilTa-A two Story Brick Dwelling on 90th ._. 1 r Htrwt, between Franklin and Grace iti., East Side, con- gA i taming 4 Rooms ; with the necessary out hu.ldings, and a i B well of most excellent water in the yard. The whole to now under olng a thorough repair. Apply to C. J. 8INT0N A CO., ma80 Sign of the Circular Saw, 71 Main *«. i l.lnil KKNIT—And posaesalon given immediately, the . new and line large four story house second door below A’A the corner of main A 9th streets known as the Capitol House well. .l. uiatcd fi r a large Family or boarding house,, onum-i g at least fifteen rooms, a good Kitchen and water near the door, gas fix ture* completely arranged with burners attatrhed through out the huuse This is the most pleasant and best arranged house on Main •treet To a good tenant the rent will be made reasonable. Apply to the subscriber, comer abova. B. JON KB. ap 98 CAPITAL PRIZE *30,000! ALA HAM A~LOTTE R Y. (AtrriioatxtD av tu* state or alabama 1 SOITHERX MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY, CLASS G. ( To be drawn in the City of Montgomery. Ala ,ln public, on KRIDA V, September 12, 1^66, on the HAVANA PLAN BAMUKL SWAN, Manager Prise, amounting to <00,000 UOI. (. ARM Will be distributed according to the following n a u n i r ■ i i; x r s c 11 »: « i;. It 1.1 Mill TICKETS ONLY! I I Prig, of .*.VI,(K«| la. 8*1,000 I Prise of <S.nm» lu. SS.nno I Prise of . 11,1100 I*... 11,100 1 Prise of. 10,000 I,. Ill,l»i0 1 Prise of . e,iuai is. 8,IAW 1 Prise I,r. 1,1100 1,.. .. 5,000 1 Prise Of. 8,000 I,. 8 ODB I 8 Prise, of . 1 ,i»«o la . H.mai , lo Prise, nf. Sou are. I.iaal , ■.ip-ii-.of . ... 400 are. 88,000 ( 100 Prise, of. loti are. *o,i*«l • rramiuaTinb raissa 4 Prise* of $pr» approxiroating lo V*prise,are . fl.tkll 4 " m«i •• *1,0n0 •• •• I .But 4 » *;,• •• I1d»a» " •• ... Ijxet i 4 •• ITS •• 10,000 “ "... 7oo 4 " lflo " " “ .... 8mi i 4 “ 1*1 “ &JW0 “ “_ Soo ' 4 “ loo •• 8.000 “ “ .... 410 4 " SO “ 1.000 “ “ 8*0 4 " TO “ 1.0W “ " .... <80 4 " 60 " I AMI "... *AI 40 " 40 “ Si*! ” " .... 1.800 I <10 * 80 “ 480 " “ ... 8,800 400 “ lo “ BA) “ "_ 8.UW0 1,000 prise,, amounting to . . .... 8*00.000 Whole Ticket, |lo . Ilalre, *1. Quarter, #1 50. PLAN OP THE LOTTERY. The Number, from I lo fhi.iaxi, corresponding with IhoM Number, on the Tick'd, printed on aeparate ,ltpa of paper, are encircled with •mall tin tube,, and placed in one wheel The Sr,t *t«l Prise,, similarly printed and encircled, are placed In another wheel Thr wherl, are then revolved, and a ntimher I, drawn from the wheel of Number,, and at the samw tint* a Prise I, drawn from the other wheel The number and Pria, drawn out arc opened ami ex hlhlted to lit audience, and registered by the CommlMionrr, the Prise being placed sgslost the mimherdrawn. Tbit operation Is re peated until all the Prise are drawn nut. ArraoxniiTiox Pairs, -The two preceding and the two aurreed Ing Nurotter, to tboae drawing the Brat PXI Prise will l>e entitled to the Arn Approximation Prlae, aecnr Ing to the Scheme OT The Manager,, drtrrmlned that their Lottrrle aball . seel all other,, Offer to the public the above Scheme, whl' h, for the brilliancy of It, Capital,, and the chanre, of obtaining Priae, ha, never been equaled fW Remember that, very priae le drawn, and payable In full without deduction. |8P All prise, of 81Z100 and under, paid Immediately after the drawing—other prise, at the uaual lime of thirty day,. All comuiunlcatlon, strictly eonBdentlal. The drawn number, will he forwarded to purchaser, Immediately after the drawing, Priae tickets cashed or renewed In other tlcketa st either met. or Orders for tlckeU can he addressed either U> S SWAN A 00 , Atlanta, Oa., or aalA 8. SWAN. Montgomery, Ala. nil UANIftMirw I8VMIOHA lull l-r- mmend rd lo the public, relying upon lie Intnntle rirellenoe to secure I It famr for all Rtllooe Attack,. It may be truly and ,afelr rcllrd upon at being folly capable of removing the diseases for which It le recom mended, an I for firing tone and rigor to the general eyetem Its qualities bare been folly tested In a long practice, hr the pro prlctor Through the urgent aolfrltatlon, of many who hare used and hewn benefited by It, the proprietor bar been Induced to place It before the public ror all Bllloua Derangement,, Sick Headache, Chronic Dlarrlwwa, Habitual Coetlrenem, Blllou, Cultc, Dyapepela, Palo In the Stomach ami Bowel,, Oeneral DeMllty, female Weakness, Ae, _ I for sale by Druggist, generally, and by PT7BCEI.L, LADD A CO , I Mo. M corner of Main and 14th eta . Oeneral Agents; and by Alex'r I Dural, No lift Main street, B. M. White, IT# Broad elrewt. and alsn by Sanford A Co , N. Y. 85-lf Notick to ai,i. whom rr mat oonokrr whersaa the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company has, had the | misfortune lo low their freight Ionise In Richmond, ae well ae a pur linn of their rolling stock, they are ennelralned for the praeenl lo j deliver all down freight on the tiding of their road on the depot lot lo tide rtly, a, won ae the train, mall arrive; aatd freight to he ' immediately removed by those to whom It may be consigned er be long, a, the Company will not he reeponethle for the safe keeping of I the same, and the parties Interested, or In any way concerned, will I therefore take notice that all down freight, a, before slated, will be I at their rim ae soon ae unloaded from the ram * 0. OAMPNKLIn I Jell -tf fbiperlotendent of Transportation 8 4kdk NIATTN JAVA 4 OffKK. rereielng and for I f fit .ale hr JOHN N CORDON %flf«lf 41 ItttHI TfKMTH, Large iwd smaB * A v I Moetcai Boles, Tiolina, flutter,, ftwOnM, Accordion,, and J Ban)'*, al lem than coal, to close oat mock fee sale be 71MMRRMAN, I (tea IM Main. Corner llth rt ■.AfMIT ATDVF.A, 8 04*1 NATH*. Mil* 084 M1 S»», Sponge and Infant', Baths, foot St.i»ee. healed with rand or hot water, and a very desirable article for th- rtuo, and , most he sold at great lorn h wd ElMMERMAJf, J1AMI8MI 8>8,A*TK88r-l<Bt hMa. land!** and toe 1 by DAVENPORT, all VN t ... Ct A 8e 88 8 1.4*4) 8014 MA8.8C. A taper, or article, wlmel. J 7 W feet |,l*b. treed 4U Indian, tongue beni d' wn In euli nern | ee8 LEWIS DILL •VtffcHni.B N8 88 4**4 I.K 4 VA 8*481, AMJ8. • |8 W 8) hbda Wert India and re bothd Molasae,, Dei I Ms (Tipped No I llerrtngu. AA KM, No 8 medium Murkerel, *»r sal, by 1 autR M. JONES ■ ■ ■ M l I _8TBAMB0AT8, A« Info . at 4 o'clock —FvlR MTW TURK r... mil rfWHi FOLK — Freight rccolvoj w 4ajr. tMomley.l an.) ap AkflHMs to th. WoocoTt o'clock, f M., TWaaday. Ik. tth t ftuRi.H an nqwfoj to acid down for Utclr food. lo-d»y. Rhlopmarc nqnfo.it to nd the name. of thfor unRaiM Toao d*r ak.ra.on, oc their fo.li.mrau wilt h* coaotprad to irA.f. fo—Rii. an ngaafo.it to ho oa board bfoara the hoar of 4*aer um, 4 o'clock P M.IWiay TV-kfoa and Rerih* neared at oar >4R><o Routh forte of the Bo.In PaeaoRO to No* Turk, -n.lu.tln* meal, and foato-reofo, aaly till. Rteorage paaeage naif $*• Pa nano ta Norfolk naan u bp the rlrer boat*. •ed —at _LUDLAM A WATSON. STKAHKit ■KI.VIDKMK-IOI RAL-fo aM TIMORR - Freight receleerl to-daF. ■»«■—*-. .Cy n-fAWf and up to the hoar el I o'clock. P. M . Toeodk/i th. Mfondkanifoa. 9th I act Ooufogwrr. an teqarfoad to aend for thetr goaAa to day. Mtlppon an reqaefoed to toad la the trainee of their caaMfaoeo Teniae afternoon, or thetr dfoanu out he cooalRaed to order. n4—» _l.rDLAM A MATRON EWM PHII,ADi:i.PillA.-Ttie avparto, Rut oar r aalltnc ahr RMILT ANN. H.mprr mafocr.haeiuR the prater porttoa of her cargo eagagrd, will have dhpatch.— ■“ For deck height, appl) to nS -41 __W. D. OOLQl lTT A OO. INOH R.tl.TI<IBRK.-The regular Paeket Rohr *m 1 A HAMHLITON, Chpt. Joaea. ha.In* the greater pm Um lloa of her cargo engand aad going ou board.vill hare dU patch. Par baton c. of cargo apply la •<-*41 W. D. OOUIl’ITT A 00. ■rNOAt 4il.D ronr, \imrm k * d «»H W PORTttMOCTH.—The faeorltc .tcamhoat A17- Ptt Tl^fmil II l TNT A, Cap! Wa C. Ram. haring hero thorough Ij repaired aad r< Riled for the waaonr, and fornlahed with a new wrought Iroa for a ft, new water wheeta, Ac., wilt neatae her place upon the line tala Port Walthall! between Richmond aad the oho re place, oa WKltNUtOAY. Uw M dap of July. The cart, running la oaaaocttoa with the Auguata, will lean the Rtchaaood and Peteraharg Depot eeeey Monday. Wedawday aad Friday, at A o'clock A. M Returning, the Augu.ta win Ware Nor folk on Tweodaea, Thurartaya aad Ratardaya, at M» o'clock A. M , touching at Old Point dor tag the waterlog aekaoo, aad all the land nga oa the rlrer. Fan to City Polot, $1 00 Pan to Norfolk, Ac., 9 tat Pan to lendtugi abora Oran, 1 M BoreauU, through, 1 to Da on the rtree, t tat Children over 4 aad not one 19 yeara of age, half price. Meals estra, B0 Meals for children and nreaaU. *S Jyl Til08. DODAMRAD, 8up'«. W HITK AAD BUIk^Sl LPuW SPKIIUS. THU* delightful Wsirring place Is now open lor Ui* reception of visiters. It ts situated on the line of the countries of Roanoke Mill Botetourt, surrounded by mountains, soil In oue of the most Kesuttful, picturesque and fertile portions of Virgin!*, and itunic listely on the Hue of the Virgin!* snd Tenne—ee Rail Rosd. within INI y srds of the ro*d Itself, snd shout ItsJf s mil# fr,»n» lion Rack's Jrpot, only Serf hours from Richmond snd Petersburg, snd about two hours from Lynchburg. Persons leaving City Point, or Petersburg, or Richmond, In the morning, be the South-Able snd Donville list) Road*, snd tsking the •art of (he Virginia and Tennessee RsU Rood st Lynchburg, reach BonsarVs depot, about 8 o'clock, P. M.. the ssme day, where an >mmbu*. Ac., will meet them snd convey them to the Spring*. There are 8 White snd 8 Black Sulphur Spring*, whose Curative Properties can be attested by scores of persons who have been entlro y relieved by using the waters. The reputation of these waters 'or half a century past has been established in the surrounding rountks for haetr.g cured many persons afflicted with various CHRONIC ANDOTHVR DIBKaBBB. They are not surpassed by any mineral waters In Virginia for the •ure of Dyspepsia in it* various forms, Aflrctlous of Ihe Liver, Ktd isys, and Bladder, General Debility, especially of the Nervous Bys etn, all kinds of Cutaneous and other diseases of the 8kin, and ma ty of the diseases peculiar to Females. They are gently purgative and diuretic, with a strong determlna iott to the skin. ▲ few certiBeale* of the many that might bo fur ilshed.are given below. THK BUILDING8 are spacious and convenient, and almost entire y new, consisting of Motels, Cottages, Ac., affording sccoaunoda l Ions equal u> any to be found In the mountains of Virginia, for I ibout bw persons. Th* Furniture and Fixtures are sIhyui equal u> hose of the bf*l hotels In oar cities. The Bedding Is unusually good rlth Hair M»ttnssn throughout the establishment—as to all whleh re incite visiter* to nomine and judge for themselves. N.» pains .are been spared In oblautlng the best Rervanla, and the most ex perienced and beat qualified Assistants for every department of the staMishmenl. Tt*e general management l* confided to J. A. HRF :i.KINtIKK. Esq , late of Cumberland, Maryland, assisted by AL KKI) K. JAM KB, and KO. J. READ, late of Lynchburg, who wtU no oubt give satisfaction to all who may visit the place. There will be BOW UNO ALLEY!*. Ac . for exercise. A PINK BAND OP MURIC is already secured, and aTELEORAPU ►PFIOF will soon be cstablUdied at Boasack's depot. TIIK TABLE will We found equal to any In the mountains, the fe ll i ties for securing supplies being about as great as they can Well Mt tm J A HKKH KINtIKR A CO , Proprietors. A I. L II A i ls ! ! ! SOMETHING FOK THE MILLION 1 ! I PRO V, WOOD'S II AIM RKSTOMATIVE. WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF 4LL, OLD AND YOUNO, TO this wonderful preparation, which turn* back to Its nrlgl ial color, gray hair—covvrs 'lie head of the bald with a luxuriant rowth- remove* the dandruff. Itching, and all cutaneous eruptions; iusi a Nafetll flow of the natural flu d* , and bcnc*. if used as regular dressing for the hair, will preserve Its color, and keep U rora falling to extreme old age. In all its natural beauty We call, lien up ui the bald, the gray, or diseased In scalp, to use it and urely. the young will not, as they value the flowing locks, or the rttchlng curl, ever be without it. Its praise Is upon (lie tongue of bounds. WsTtaro* *. Ma«s . May 1, 1W PROP. O. J. WOOD Allow me to attest the virtues and mafic lowers of your Hair Restorative. Three months since, being ex eedlngly gray. I purchased and soon commenced tou*e,two hot ties, ud It soon began to tell,in restoring the silver locks to their native «>k>r, and the hair which was before fry and harsh, and falling off, tow became soft and glc«sy. and It ceased falling ; the dandruff dlt ppearrd, and the scalp lost all the diagreeable itching, so annoy* ttg before, and Dow, I not only look but feel young again. Respectfully, yours, etc. CHA9. WHITNEY. Nbw York, Del. 9, 183ft. PROP. O. J WOOD—Dear Sir : After reading the advertisement it « nr of the New York Journals, of your celebrated llair Kestora kve. I procured a half plat bottle, and was so much pleased with it hat I continued Its use for two months, and am satisfied It is de id ed I y the best preparation before the nubile It at once removed II the damliuff and unpleasant itching from the acalp, and haa re* torrd my hair naturally. :snd, 1 have no doabt, permanently so. You have permission to reler to me. all who entertain any doubt >f Its performing all that Is claimed for it. Ml** FKKKR, *26’% Greenwich, Ya. I have u«ed Professor 0. J. Wood's llalr Restorative, and have ad n'nd he wonderful effects It restore*! my hair where it had fallen >ff ; It cleans the head, and renders the hair soft and smooth—much sore so tt»an oil. Louisville, Nov. 1,18ftft. MARY A ATKIN80N. State of Illinois, Carlisle, June 9T, *30 I have used Professor O. J. Wood's llalr Restorative, and have dmirrd Its wondrrful • ff« ct. My hair was becoming, a« I thought >remaiur« ly gray, hut by the use of the ••llestorattv*." It lias return* d is original color, and, I have no doBM, permanently so. SIDNEY BRKH*E, Lx Senator United States. [From fAe Witdkingtcm Star.) Among the many ^-reparations now in use to. the restoring, pre ervirg and beautifying the hair, th« re are none that we can re omtnend with more Confides)as than Prof Wood's llalr Restorative, tow In general u»e throughout the Slates This preparation po« esses the most Invigorating qualities, and never fails in producing he mo«t happy results when applied according to directions. W*e efer our readers to the advertisement for a few of the Innumerable rrtifl< ate* which have been scut by parties, who have been benefit ed by It, and who feel happy In giving testimony to Its wonderful Sects produced on thrm. O. J. WOOD A Co , Proprietors. A19 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, Jk Louis, If Sold by all the principal druggists, and In Richmond, by *4ii* A Irav and Pure* II. I.add A Co. apYfi— 6m au26 ft Ml Nil Nl PPLf Oft' TUI ,>ltli. WE are opening THIS DAY, July *NUi,( Hfiothrr ripply of those hard Russet s>le Leather Trunks, made by the very best manufacturer that we have ever known, to our’ etler. They are made in the very best style, _ -nd In the most substantial manner. Pome of them are extra large ite, with Indies Bonnet Boxes on the inside, which renders them ery convenient for ladies. We invite all In want of Trunks to give « a call. We keep a stock o' them on hand at all tiroes, and will ell them as low as wr possibly can afford. PUTNEY A WATTR. No lift Main street, Richmond, Va, r ii \ rs. vKiti hi I'i iiioii ^ . m CALF OXFORD TIFF, CITY MADE.—The suhscrh^^^^^J *r h»i now on hand, of Ills own ;nanu'actttre, a full and complete i wonmenl of Ornilemen'a very superior French Calf Oxford Ties, I hat are hard to beat, either for quality, l*eauly, or durability. Those who want elegant drr« -hors will please call and supply hentlvea of B I FRANK Lift, nu2M No. 214 Broad Ml, Mhockoe Hill. ric t VIIIIV. (!MI PAIKIND „ TRUNK* AND CARPET IU(18-On hand HBuJJU oid for sale at low prices, a large assortment of ^HnTTlX rravrlling ami Packing Trunks and Carpet Bags KkflLLLJJ J|*IIN Tilt*V|*j*ON not <| f I I II’OHM \>VOIC \\ ItOl MUON. From groves of sweet flowers till* perfume was culled. Where deep golden summers rXalt the perfume. Where the hrerae from the Mouth In the deep glen Is luBed, Wh* re Motsoms exhale, hut forever resume — To impart this aroma, 'its the sweetest, the best, It stealso'rr the senses as the nectar of Jove, To the bouquet of beauty It gives a new »e»t, Is the pride of the toilet and Die perfume of love. Distilled with great cars from the choicest Flowers of the Mouth, evprs'slv for the BOUDOUR, TOILET AND HANDKERCHIEF And for sal* only by *e6 _ DOVE A CO . Virginia H\i II t\ %NIk FBTONAC III l< It INfJR. ■ I ho l hit No. | and 2 Halifax Cut Herrings, Htf do No. I Potomac do do VO «|a do do Gross do Foe sale by WOBBLE A CLAIBORNE. se4 No. II, Peart Mtreet. tr'nm il^l A POWEMU only ran get. and are in sup ww ply, of "Pare Rye," which they defy to be equalled anywhere. Hits celebrated Whisky I* warranted In be over nine years «dd. and alwavs taken back If not approved of. Its superiority Is gslnlng for It a permanen nd extended reputation by conmdeeurs throughout Dm* city and s i vending country, ami lo Frederics story, Lynchburg, California and 1 • York, besides many other blares of small note. Those who have never tried It, we invite, and the lovers of a //urs Xrttel* gerx-mllf me IV »f 19Mlflis. N. o. AMM I HA SI hAHN. • Ilf 100 Idols Coffee C yellow sugars. lot) packages l/uf and Ch'd do. 6f»l hsgs La and Old Java Coffss. to bht* Mocha do. 400 hags Rio do. 7& packages Teas, good quality. IM» Mds N 0. Molasses. 4*t t.l.d# Cuba do. M tierces do do. kno h«.ir« Adamantine and Tallow Candle# 1&it h dM Hoap Mst do glass, A by |0 and 10 by It. 1«n» dot Brooms I non r- ams Wrapping paper, large and small. km doc bed cords 10O do painted buckets. 100 halls wirking and twine. •00 hags shot, asserted flooo lbs. bar lead Rice, Pepper, Bptea, and many ether artlrlee for stle oo reason# kfd lorms hy a«rift KUOII W FRY 4 MONA I AO It v % f I I HO tl si oil I IN ft 1*0 A II MIA lt lomy Plaster 1st quality from Wlnsor, N. S. No. g, Markerel, No 1. Herring* Pereerved L*»t»*t. rs in I and 9 % eans. No bit Herrings, Dried C«>dflsb end Pollork, Rawed Hlitngfre and Rawed Lalh*. R..sindale and Jamee River Oement, Roeklsnd Idme. now landing on the Dock, Land Muter Calcned, do Roeln. Plastering, Hair, Hay. Potatoes. Ae BRIDOFORD A CO„ nI Corner goth, Do* k and Cary sts. gi if o cor AT mcjf rtf: r titw i i-ykti W > A cnmh netlon of the purest Chocolate and Iron, designed eepe etally f*»r persons whoee stnmache are weak and will aot retain Irnn as iisoally administered ft te prepared lor use In the ordinary men* aer with Milk Ar , and the moel detleate ean drink H with ImpunHy, not looting the Iron, tot realising *11 of Its good etfoefs. F#r sale hy MEADE A RARER, Pharmaceutists, cad IM, W W Oo. nor «.f Main A l*h Mu CIO A I, WIT Off,. -«> Tierces and barrels, of good q •silty, J for sale by DAVENPORT. ALLEN A OO. VOI , fffl IICt'INfj'R \\ Ah*ll%f.rON.~Lt«o o Georg- Washington,by Washington Irving, sol td. 1tw»o. I,A0 The Raked Head ami other Tales- The Reroeed and for sale hy autd A. KjRBIM. No 17 Main str..», | < 111. prime N Y Cheese. v/ I Cases prime Apple do. or sate hy _ MIXER A Pll A UP. 94 Main *t _ nsRHNtiYIl. ••a.AIH MNARI, I ANRIftt TM, K ERaEYd Ae. are meitoferfrtred at the Virginia Peniten tiary. t<> a rngtdrfslM extent If.-ret oms before going North are Invited to rail and rxaudne our etoek at the PENITKNT1ARY RTORE, and No. IT Pearl ArM. It % i it f If J for sole by R. II MK1NKFR A Co, as«9 Cary street. HARDWARE. fALPARMTAWi^ ■*• T. HOOKE * CO., IMPORTERS AND VHOkMUl MtLUl IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, HKa. S4 PMri .(.pout. ■. W. Fry-., IMm*, Vd„ rwelwd dire, i Am Dm Mulkrtann la Rngtaad a lull aad complete uKrtaetil of Birmingham aad She*. Id II. so the manufacturers la IKI. country, a ruN supply ef Aiaertcaa tfouda. Their stock la ihis large and complete, sanite lag la part at— Wossaakelm’t I tie Pan aad Packet Kale**, Parkal Kate** *r 1.1. S. 4 aad A blades, Beak. kM*,sWay. aaaaa aad l.ery handle Kale** gad Parka, laarp haadls Kales* aad Parts, to sets 61 aad M pieces, Baaurs of Wad* A HuicWs,Ro4ger'*.Woatenholm'i aad Orvav.'s manufacture, of eaarp alyls sad quality, Brtaaars amd fthears af ear teas makes aad atytaa. 0*ngt* and doubt* barrel sues, soma eery superior, PWU. R.iva. BIB* B.rreT. and MonauiT^ Trace, halter, log, nail, an* aad longaa chains. Weeding aad hilling tinea, aB glmm. A sea af Collins', Btmmoas', and Virginia make. Hand and panel save. Hammers and lUicbat*. Mill, pll, cross cal aad circular saws. Spades and shoe,I* af Am**' Matrlaad aad other mite Anvils. Vines, aad Maliks' Bahama. ^ Sledge and kand Hammers, Stocks aad Dias, and Acres Platte. Blister, shear and rest Steel, square and octagon. "" Castings, llorse Shoes aad Horae Shoe Nalls, Wire Selves and Sifters llora. Collar*. Blind Bridie* and Hama*, Bridle Pitting., Wormed kslos and IHrths, Locks, II Ingas and teres,, af a very description. Planes, Chisels, Angara and Pi lea, of all klada. Platform aad Cannier Beals*, patent Malaaoaa and SteelTscJ. Tngltah, American, and 0 D. Percussion Cana, .J»rua, Uav aad Manare Parka, t, I and 4 prang. Tea Tray* and Walters, aud all other goods usually found la Hardware Stores. ‘• »«r r~ds hav* been purchased an tha moat faeorabW terms. aad selected exclusively fur Ik* Tlrgtnla. North Carolina and TVo Basse* trade, wa feel coiitdeal wa can odev strung IndacMaau to asrrehanta vialUag this city, and raapectrully invite teem lo aa axa minatton of oar stuck, uwisrs determlasd to seU aa low as any house ta this or soy of Ih* Northern cities P. S—Orders promptly and carefully attended to. aa* H A R D WAR E , ro« THi: npki.hu. 1AM nawtn receipt of myBPNINU STOCK Of ^ m IIARDWAHB, of Itngttah and American m.ou fseturr, illrwct from ter maaufaclurers, to which I respectfully Invite I he auet.tiou of my rr lends, both In town and country, assuring them teat they shall I have every article in my tins aa low aa It can be had In oar cHr.— My atock consists In part of— Ivory handlv Knlvrs and Porks, of B1 pieces, of Rodgers' and other oukft RiKlKrrt* Ivory h*ndlp Knlwk, without fork* Double plated table and dessert Porks, (dated on extra toe Urrinan »llm RcKljcrrs1 Kivtl various oilier makes of buck, bon* and buffalo liamllr Kulvr* and Fork* Rodfrr*. WooUfnholm and other make* of pocket and pen Knlvre Rfdce.*’ and Wortvnhoiin's Sclaaorw, In ffrent variety, aome of (hem lo emmet Wool on holm's and W. A B. Rutrbei’s Raaore Pruning and bf<l|v Sl rmrt Wallers, single aad la setts, some of them very handaum* Bad Irons, of Rue quality Iron Tsa Kettles and Sauce Pans, tinned and untinned Bell metal and porcelain preserving Kcttb-s and Iron Puraaca* llollow-warv and Plrc-Dugt, a general assortment Tall and Aat bottom brass Candlesticks and BouBbra ; cross cut hand, panel, rip, compass and tenant Hews , Braces and Bus, soma of teem of very superior quality ; hand, broad and pole Axe*: naU, brad and cafpel Hammeri, shingling ami lathing llalcheu, nil oam , Baldwin's Hun**, a general assortment, carpenter's and rail road Idles. Chisels. Uougce. Squares and Bevlla; two and four Add Rule* and Tape Measures, Slocks and Dies and Screw Plates; Smiths' solid box Vices and dedgr and hand Hammers ; horae-shoe cut and Wrought Nalls and cut Splkts, of every alas; Angers aad auger and giailrt Bits,all rises, Va pateot IV Locks; pad, slock, UK. chest, cupboard, mortice, rim and closet Locks; round, square and flat Bolts of every Use. wrought and cast; curtain lias and curtain Bands , hank aud wove Wire, all slsss ; Mason’s ChaUengc Blacking; Ames' and Rowland's Spades and Rhovsls, long and short handle . manure and hay Porks aud garden and hay Rakes Swell's weeding, hilling and grubbing Hoes, all uses; trace, halter, breast, log, ox and wall Chains; garden Trowels and garden Hoes, Bull lllngea, of every alar and kind , plate, hook and aye, strop and T lllngea; Iron Hooks and Staples and Hasps and Rtaplos ; Piles and Rasps, of all siaes, together with almost every other article usually kept In my line of business. J W. RATCLirPK, Corner of *ith and Broad streets, •pi® Opposite R. P. A P R R. Depot. NPHl.tU lUHDWAHi:, OM. SMITH, RHODES & CO., (LATE SMITH & HUBERTS,) IMPORTERS AXU UKAI.KRS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY GUNS, SADDLERY. &o., Xo. 22 i'rarl Street, Richmond, )V, H AVE now In More, and are receiving from the manufacturers of England and this country, a Urge and well selected u.>. k of Goode, especially ^Df adapted to the wants of the Trade of Virginia, North flHBaflMH Carolina and Tennessee. and we respectfully Invite Merchants, Had dlers and others, veiling this market, to call au«l examine the same Our Mock Is hall and complete, comprising In part as follows, vis : Tools for Carpenters, Masons, Haddlers, fanners. Millwrights. Coopers, Htniths, Ac., In great variety. Building Material*, as Locks, Bolts Butts,Screws, Ac., Ac. Heavy Goods, as Chains, Auvlls, Vices, Hteel, Hollow Ware, Axles, Springs, Axes, Ac. Safety Fu«e, Hcvthe*, Snaths, Stones and Rifles Straw Knives, llay Knives, Brier Ho<»ks, Forks, Spades, HltovrIs, Haim s, 11 • vgr Skins A flue assortment Hr (lies. Saddles, Stirrups, Bitts Whips. Pat. and Enamelled Leather. Sheep Skins Fhtx Uils, Boot Trees, Crimp Boards Cutlery, of Rodgers', W'ostenholiu's, Butcher's and of her makers Gun«, double and single barrel, Rifles Pistol*, a good assortment Fancy Goods, as Port Monnales, Brushes, Purses, Ac. rah 14 III K IIUM K A OSHOII Nf COACH DKAI.KRH AND MANUFACTURERS, No. 21d Main Street, Richmond, Va., HAVE In Store a large assortment of fine fash- ^—gg> tn lonablcCGACIIKS, CARRIAGE*, HUGOIEH, BDULinitnl BAINBI « (-.>Untry and 1 city use, made of the bed materials, and put to- W W— gather with usuch care, which we will recommend to our frit mis and the public, and sell on such terms as will secure the mutual interest of all who favor us with their patronage. From loug experience In our bualucss, and by prompt personal at tention, we hope to merit a continuance of past favors. Orders promptly filled and shipped to any part of the United States, frt—ly _ CAIIBIIAUEBt CAB1AGFJ. Ukl. HOSIIKK, Hrccxjteoa or Jamas Hosukx wm| ww • Has on hand, a large **aortn»cnt of Carria- 'f j&y ges and harness. Among which may Ik- found some fine Coaches with outside Scats, 4 and f seat Reck aways. Slide Scat Huggte*, and Buggies with and without tops, to which he particularly Invites the attention of those In want of any article In the Carriage line, as they will be drspoeed of on accom modating term* by application at his manufactory, No. W8 Corner of Main and 9th streets. Jal4—ly. f,l I II V I TB II B. WAIIF.VIOOTIX 1 RKMOVKD —JOHN A BELVIN hat mno v*id hie Furniture WarerweOM to that well known building, “OGRNTIII AN IIALL," (the old stand of Messrs Joi.es A Potts,) Main street, square above the Banks. lie lake* pleasure In saying to his customer* generally that he has e«tahll»hcd himself In a large factory, which gives him decided fad lute*, and with which he is again prepared to get up the Very best styles of Furniture to order. In addition to this, lu* is constantly manufacturing every ankle In tlw Furniture line, and will keep a rho*ce and well arrange 1 assortment of such styles and qualities, aa he kuowe arc ad anted to the varied wants and taste* of the pen pie. Thanking a generous •'immunity for the liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance, and pledge* himself that nothing shall Ik- wanting in effort on his part to give full and entire satisfaction. JOHN A HKLYIN,also gives hi* personal attention to the UN DERTAKING bu»inen*-bclng at all timet well supplied with “Me talk Burial Cases," Mohogany and Ponlar Collins, Burial Vestments new llrsr*e. *i,d nil tl.r r. « f. r funeral*. Orders left at"Oo rithlau Hall" will meet with promp attention. iua?9—ly ■ hOTII’K*-1 ant lu receipt of lire fall fashion Nats and Cape, to which I most respectfully invite the^S^ attention nt the public. aulf. JOHN TIIOMPflON ENGLISH CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL. J H. BINKOltD, I Associate W T. BAILEY. A H . | Principals. F | VIIY. undersigned will i-pen a firhool on Monday 8#pl Yfth, In U>« I. large and commodious rooms on 7t!i street formerly known as the City fiprlog Institute They design opening a school of the high est grade, where hoys will be thoroughly and accurately prepared either for the University, or for any of our Colleges, or fitted for the business nf life. fipectal attention will be bestowed upon the English Departments a« it la considered to be loo much neglected. Tin- services of an ex perienced and rompeteut Professor of Modern Language* will be secured. TERMS. Payable, semi annually In advance, session 9)% nmti'ha: r>|HARr—e»M ♦ I • Latin and higher Mathematic# . fst.tst Ore.k IfiJpfi J ci r h, IW4. Mr W P llalley graduated at R M. College with honor, In June last, lie proposes to devote himself to school teaching. I cheerfully and confidently recommend him for scholarship and high moral character, and with some experience In the buslneta of teaching arid m i.v. « t«> enterprise. I have no doubt he will meet ll • < xp«• fstmns of all reasonable patrons. WM a. HMITII, Preet. of Randolph Maron College Mr J. II Hlnford If a graduate of the University of Va , and has been successfully engaged In teaching (luring the last four years, both In Eastern and Western Virginia Testimonials from the Pro fessor* of the Universliv and hl« patrons can he seen, If desired, at Meuars llinford A Porter’s Cabinet Warerooms. Franklin fit J H BINFORD, au1—tf __W IP. BAILEY, A. B I OI IM4 Itllllk M IIOIHm ’W « IHX Mary Pegram will open a Boarding and Day firhool, for iTI Young l«ad|r«, on the 1st of October, at her residence In linden fiquare, Franklin at. The course of Instruction will he the rough and extensive, reach ing from the elementary to tho highest branches of education. Com petent Assistants will be employed In each apartment, and great care be used in the selection nf Text Books Th- English Department will be utid’-r the Immediate supervision of Miss Pegram With a full sense of the responsibility, she assumes site will devote herself assiduously and honestly to Its proper fulfil ment, aiming at the highest standard nf Female Education, and n r oner ten tlous use of the m-ans essential to Its attainment. Mathematics. Latin and the Physical ficlences, will be taught by a |gfih Mi| WrII <|il*liftcd f<-r the task Italian and German, hv Native Masters of each tongue. Music on the Plano, Harp and Guitar, and Hinging and Drawing by the best Professors The Preoch Language will receive special attention, and be under the charge of a French Lady, who will reside In the family ; the ob ject being to teach the Pupils, both the Philosophy of the losngtsege, end t»* apggfi *t VMA p*«e MM n . urary. To this end ll Will be the medium of communication In the family The Junior and fienlor Classes, shall receive equal attention. Miss Pegram proposes also, the formation of a Belle# Lrtters H»n for the rtudy of English Classical literature. Young Ladies who hasa left school, may find this a material aid to self-Improvement, and those from a distance, who may wish to coma as Parlour Boarder*, mi Join thi« rlaaa Mrs J W Pegram, will have rharga of the Boarding Department, and will unite with Miss pegram, In rontrlhwtlng to the comfort and proper training of the Young Indies. Txnna , - Board for the entire Heeelon —ftOO. English Coarse. $4n Foreign Languages, each.—fiBO. Music ana l>rawlng at Profeetort charge*. Persons wishing to enter Pupils, or In make further Inquiries rela tive to the firhool, will apply to Mrs or Miss Pegram. jylfi dif lianaw fiqrsaa, Richmond, Ya. EUOMY tnDKKtNl (OM.Etii:. WAHRI.ftUTOS COl’NTY, VIRUINM. Till f.ll Raaatnn nl thta Intiliutlon *111 romnanao on th. tld 4a, of Anri« noil. TRRMf. folllon ftor ronalnn of ft month* ftW,no Snw4 « " •' 4VJW Sno) • « •• <J4 Wnahtnf» mm BJM Oonllnf.nt rharfo « h l,M •70,7« thorn —.till, * aohoot In *hloh th«1f *on, nr —ifA, ma, rorotr. . -I r..11r,),t« or haatnoaa oiltroailon »r» rr<pir worl In rnmMrr I No •ilruiior-* Noro ofttrrA Tho thorooah mono nf rlnAf, N..I'f fnl Inoallnn. rrmnionrrn from any lorn, oNol.oo 0 Blnrlftllna, ion, ri porlonoo «n.| ahlllt, of tho ftoonltj. fnftrthor *1th tho rAoo/mooo of our Urmo *ro polaia worth, of n,oital notloo Bar a* Alt tonal Ififoroiaiion or for a ratnlnftno, aMint B. ft WIt.KT. ProrMoot Jo !A Am _ Rmnrr ft. o v« jSSR. I.RIIHtlll’i «< IlffOl .-i IV* ihlo InMKnimn *111 npon n* tho tot 4a, nf Ortnhor. 1 AM, ao4 ol»ao on tho tat 4ar af Jail, 1Aft7 T»a*a — SoorA ftftAft; Waahln, Bftn; Rn»1wh Trillion ftlfl; Ma4ora l.anouao—oorh, ft,*; I,alio ftf i Mnatr on Plano, Har|i or flnttno, ft*-!, ftravln, from Katnro M*>; Palm In,, wal>r color n, $4n, In nil, ftftn Prlmar, l»r,a«mont ft* rhIMron smt-r ion ,oara of an- ftftn Itrraatrr to -fttrnna of tho ftrhool: Hi,l.i R.r H .N p Onhho of Alabama. Rot Smart. I» llolfr, D 0., R.r, T V. Moor*. P D , R»r R OtlAoratrrr. PicflTT - Rubor* P toArlroro, A M , Prlnrlpol, Rot R R Rot>|4oo, ■Ur W R. Wohh, A M , John ft. lAttlo, M D , R A l,o*tT, M p„ Jar. Ml.arA, John A Pal,o. P W. Thllon, Mira Onrrfon. tin Taylor, M*4nm- Rattan, R’llr fair,, Mini ft Rnrliott, M’IIt Tillrmot, ftronrh O' r-rnraa. All lotion in ha 4lr*rt*4 la _ 1,7- 4m ___ JHTRRRT ft LftftRRTRR._ s hhi »i. mb:si far. estAft'H aau appi k '*•# RRANDT, lor anlo JAMRi WISSISM. RAILROADS, Re.__ BRUT N«HTHKRN AND MVTMKRN MAIL. HOUTE. Y1ROIN1A CRMTRAL AND ORANOR add ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD#. FS*RAINS Irate late* telly, Sued y arming* unM, tor Wuh X luatoo via Oardaturllla hi •« A. M and T4AF. M . c.aa.ct la# ai Watelngtoa uith tea North*** Mall Uaa, ate al »■-*■ with tea DaaelUe ate tea Richmond and Ntaralwr# Railroad.—<u | tact Dante , Through ttckrlr giraa, and baggage .hacked from Rlchmood to I *“**'“•*"* Far* teraogh, Including aU chargoa tor rmaltou ate huat ton. |»». Through ktohato alee a ear tea Dost Hi. Nkgrrag and Stag, llna from Orranahara' ate Itoorllia to Washington ran be **" "*** »* rthar of tea _«*»»_aom* m. TlMSrRLAKR. gurrrtetrmtoal Daily unr to tnr viroinia sfrinim—orntral Railroad attended la Mllbaro'. To Rockbridge Alum, Bate Alum and Warm terlug*. and lo Lrilaglou lo one day. ToWhlia Sulphur, Rad and Haret Spring* Hi on* and a half day., and to w,n Suh.hur raoate day In tea ere.lag Vka Hack la no* being laid, and hy tea lot of July will hr open to ■Bburo', B4 milea from tha While Sulphur Spring., fr.ua lha Heal ing, US mil**, Mol Sprlugr, SU ml Ice, Warm Spring*. IA ml loo; Rate Alum, 1» taller; ate from tha Rockbridge Spring*. A mllra. Yamrnger* laarc Kichmoud al Uu A M. dtea at Staunton, orrIra al II libera a I 4.1* PM, Ihanor hy stager to tha Warm Spring., to topper. Leant uait day at 4W A M, laming hy tea Hot and Ileal, lag Spring*, and reach tea Hhlta Sulpl ur hy 1)* PM, tha Rad Ram* and Uld Sweat to dinner, and tea Sail Sulphur hy night tea Through Ucktta hy Harman A Brown** Stag**—to tea White INI pbwr. til; to tea Sweat Spring*, *10, to tea Ink I.Rtw, *IR-*laa. to all the other Spring* and to Lrklngtau. BC Sr* Tick at Agent In Richmond. Thera are many object* of luUrret on tel* Una, hat Um MOCN TAIN TRACK, gaealng ever the top of tea Slue Ridge, al RsckAte "IS repay a ride of S*r hundred mUaa. It ha* bean worked with portoal mm** fur more than Iwa yaare. __ „ „ . _ JNO H. TtMRRRLAKR, iwpt. Oteo* Ya. Central Railroad. Rlcbmoad. OCR UNI OF ST A OSS Will leer* lha tormlou* of the Railroad Immediately after ter arrt ralof tea car*, ate reach tea Warm Apr lag. ha tore • o'olack Thla la tea old familiar route la llie Spring*. *ud I* undoubted!* the heel. From MllU.ro- lo tea While Sulphur team I* fear Mnptfng If atgAf alto ihan hy any aUiar route, wHh Mill a greater dlghr moe In favor of lha rondo. Tim |*Mlc may roly on »ur always having ahunlani *#ogc ae without crowding. aud a wry effort Winy made to plea** the travelers, by having careful driver* and winking good <"»• HARMAN R BROWN. jett-U _ MIL'HWOND ANDFETKRlBliHU H AILHOAD ON and after thla dole, Um train* on this Rond will run aa fal lows : main uuva aicanao roa rrrannauao Express, through Passenger dally, Sunday's ex cep *wd,) .D* o'cl’k R. M. Mail, through Passenger, daily, at...8 M p. M. Accommodation and freight train (Trt-Weakly,) vta. Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays nl .9k •• a. M. Norfolk Train Monday*, Wednesdays and Fridays. 6jf “ A. M. Tax ms leSAva rwrmaaacau roa bicuwosd. Express.through Passenger daily at...6 M A M. Mall, •• M ** (Sunday's excepted,) M p. ||. AcoomiaodaUon and freight train Tri-Weekly, via. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at.HJf M A. M. Kichmoud to Cloerr II1U. A passenger car will h« attached to the Coal Train which Iravee RichroouJ dally,(Sunday's excepted,) for Clover Hill at....8 o'dk, A. M. Passengers coming front Clover Hill by this train must be at Summit IWpot by. 10 •• A. M. The Express trains will not stop on the way either to take up or put dowu way passengers. The Mall trains will stop when there are passengers to taka up or put down at Manchester, Templet,Rice's, Half-Way Station, Clover Hill and Port Walthall Junctions. The accommodation train will stop at all the regular stopping pig. oes when there are passenger* to take up or put down. The Express and Mail Trains from Richmond connect with the ttm.lharM train* ml Pri.rahurg fnr U'-I.t.... Uml.-t.rl \VII..,Ums. Am Through Ticket* to Weldon can be procured at the ticket office In RWhimtod. The same train* from Petersburg connect at Richmond with th* Northern trains tot Washington, Baltimore, A«. Through tickets fur Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia, can be procured at the tick et office In Petersburg. Fare for white persous.91 R “ Children over 5 and not over 12 ye era of age. 4ft “ Colored persons In servants' car. 4ft Colored persona will not hr permitted In the first c lass cars except when In attendance on Infaut children, or skk persons, absolutely requiring their care. In which case the same fare as for whits persons will be charged. A discount of 10 cents will be allowed on each fare when tickets are purchased at the office, and to persona getting on the cars where no tickets are sold. Servants travelling by themselves must be furnished by their mas ters with two passes, so that one esa be reta* ;ed at the office, and It must be expressly stated on the pass that they are permitted to go on the cars. THOMAS ODAMKAD. Superintendent. Office R. A P R. R Co. __ March, fftth 1404 VIKUINIA ANH TENNJMBE RAlLUOAU—St'MMKIl SCHEDULE.— MW JSSP*lt*4m This Koad Is now In operation to Seven Mile Fora, ^IflT mile*,) arid the track Is being extruded Westward at the rate of sight miles per month. Uu and a'ter the 1st May. the passenger train connecting with the train trotu Richmond to Petersburg will leave Lynchburg at 12.40 P. M , and arrive at 12 o'clock, M. Stage connections dally, Sundays excepted. At Buford's depot, for Buchanan, 14 tulles. rack's and Salem, for Swrct, Kcd Sweet and White Sulphur Spring*, 44 utiles. At Newbern depot, for the Red Sulphur (88 miles) and Halt Sulphur Springs. The Turnpike Road from Newbern to the Red Sulphur Springs has been gt rally Improved, and is now one of the best In the mountains. Passenger* arrive at these 8pi lugs on the evening of the second dav from Richmond, At Seven Mile Ford, for Knoxville Tennessee, rare from Richmond #28, through In 8k days. Tie Virginia and Tennessee Railroad passes lu the vicinity of Coiner's Alleghany, Montgomery, While Sulphur and the Yellow Sulphur Sprtugs, llte accomodations at « ach of which have been greatly iucrcascd since last season. The Him* of Telegraph from Richmond will be completed to the Montgomery While Sulphur Spriugs early In June. E II GILL. ap24—Im General Superintendent. Rlt llllOMi A.M» DIVVILLi: HAIL. ^ ROAD —RUMMER ARRANGEMENT.—The Pasern- „/l ger Tralii leaves Richmond daily (Sundays exempted) at 4 nkdjl o'clock A. VI , arriving at the Juuction (Breakfast Houk)BI1£uk at 8.4»» A. M and at Danville 1.85 P. M. Keturtil'-g,leave :U«n»ille at 12 M., arriving at Uis Junction 4 90 p M and at Richmond 7.14 P N FARE TO Dauvtlle, ♦-» 4o 1 Alleghany Hpringx, |S on Farmvtile, 2 I Mnntgomvry Hpringx, 4 25 Lynchburg, 5 40 | Yellow Sulphur Springs, 8 45 Sweet Springs, l‘» no . Knoxville, Trim , 25 ««» White Sulphur, 11 to I Grrenshoro', N.C., 7 99 UeJ Sulphur, 12 25 I Salem. S' C., 9 (Ml tt E IICO11SON, Ticket Agent. Richmond, June 21. 1454. j*2*- if CHANGE OF SOHEDULE 41 V I €» II i: It 2 2 U. FARE FROM RICHMOND, FffiV> Lynchburg 48 50 | To Lexington 94 ft9 M. To Buchanan 4 00 | To the Natural Bridge 4 N) Fare from both Richmond and Lynchburg to Charlottesville, |2 50. Satisfied, on a fatr trial, that the majority of travel on the Packet 1 Boats arc better accommodated by leaving in the evening, w« return to the old hours—on and after the 22*1 Instant, leaving Richmond Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 P. M , reach New Canton at I A M , and BcottsvUIr 12 M. of the first, and Lynchburg at 5 A M , and Buchanan and Lexington at 6 P. M. of Utr second day. Returning, leave lluchanau at 4 A. M , and l.ynclihurg at 7)4 P. M , Monday, Wednesday and Friday, reach Hcottsvtlle at 10)4 A. M , New Canton at 1)4 P M , and arrive In Richmond at 6 next A. M The Boats connect at New Canton with the stage for the Institute and Buckingham C. 1L, and in ScotlsvlUe with the Stage for Char lottesville. 0T See Time and Distances, in Card below : £*<ir# HU'Kmaud Monday, Iiuii Lynchburg Monday. Wtdn*»*iay and Friday, at Wtttn^ntay and Friday, at 6 r. M. 7* /*• * A MBIT I AT TIMS. BILIM ARRITI AT TIBS. BILIS Manaklntown V r M IT Staples' Mills, 11 r ■ IT Judes Ferry, 10 9 B 99 Dent Creek, 9 a B 80 Michaux'* Ferry, 19 m 81 Tye Hirer, 4 44 88 Cedar Point, 19* a b 88 llardwlcktrills. Big " 48 9 “89 Warminster, 6J* *• 48 Pemberton, 4)g *• 47 llnwardsrllls, 8 M 58 Columbia, 4)g M 57 tkoUaelllc, l9)g ** 67 New Canton, • •• 46 New Canton, 1 lg t M 80 .Hcottsrllle, 1 Jig r b 79 Columbia, 8)6 - 9*» Howard** tile, 9)g •• 91 Pemberton, Mg •• 100 Warminster, 4 " 99 Jefferson, T)% •• loT t llardsvlek r tile. Mg •• 1u8 Cedar Point • -114 Tye Hirer, 6ig •• Hr* Mkhaul's Ferry, tig •' 116 Bent Creek, 8Jg •• 117 Jude’s Ferry, 11 - 194 |! Staples' Mills, ll)g r b 199 Manaklntown, Ig a b 199 Lynchburg, 5 a m 146 Richmond, 5 -148 i BOYD, EDMOND A DAVENPORT j Richmond, October 18,1856. oolt CAIftlllAUKNI CAIIKIALI.NI! CinJL j ALFRED KINO, MW oarejaus MAVurAorrasa, nm sqcarb bbu>w bxobabob ■i'Tbl, Ml 1 I I II I STBSBT, 1 HAt on hand s large assortment of best quality, and most Fash ionable Styles, Coaches, Ooaeheee, Charrtottees, Barouches, Rockaways, Slide Seat Top Buggys, and Buggys with and without j I hare also at my Repository a large assortment of Northern mads Carriages, manufactured hy the most apprnred makers, ranging from the lightest style of no top Buggy, to the finest order of ceaches | Those In want of carriages will find It to their interest to call and examine my stock, as 1 am determined to sell on the most reasons Me terms. *e94 NEW PI.OW. WE hare been engaged for some time past j In getting up the patterns for a new --f Plow, especially designed for turning under the \ keariest growth of regetaMe matter, and w»■HBfelBk hare now the pleasure of informing our ftrlevids, that we think ws hare fully aocotnpiUhed that end. We would call the attention of the Farmers to this Flow, ss well as to our large stock of Flows of ersry site, Cultirators, Corn Weed ers. New Ground Jumping Coshers, Large 8 Horse C'u It I raters, for putting In wheat, Harrows, Ac , Ac. All of whkh are made In oar own shops, hy good workmen, end warranted to fire satisfaction GEO WATT A CO.. Franklin street, t •e99 tquare below the Exchange, Richmond, Va. •IH I h Til l. A ROIVI I HN, i GENERAL COMMI8HION *1 i: hi ll 1 IT*, U8 WATER MTHKET, YEW YORK. WE will mske liberal C'Asa ad ranees on ron*tgnment* of PIjOCR. WHEAT and other produce to the abort address. A L. ROT8TRR, BRO A CO. Richmond, July 19th, 1858. )y!4- ly ( IIU kKRINLS PIAN0-F0RTE8, TO HR II*I) AT N (» . 1(111 Y| A I N ft I |lt K R T, -j tPppnriir (A. KWA.iny. Klrhmimtf, ytrfftnirt, )»IA- ly NATIIANIBL OAHVHI, Aula Afaat III > M I T, Ml I 1C A I I Hill II. |i.,l ... I. | DHt'GN, >1 EliK’lYES, PHINTH, 0II.S, DYER, WINDOW oi.aa*. *criiioai i.Yrrm'MHiT*, rritrt'MRRY C.mhi, Itrurhra, 1aiK> Afltclfl. TbhM.n, OI|(,ri, Dr»- CrwJ Paint, Whiu UbI, Zinc, faint Oil. Ac. An lit Jtnin Mr,*, JyIT _ Ricvw.n, Va. REXOVAL. THOMAH DOUGLASH, AOI.B AUTNT FOR RRR** BRACT, i Mtrrhnni. trmf^rlrr, J/.rn., fn, fa re, norl wtolrmt /><*iltr In Krtry tfr^ripTUm nf A VI f it 1 ( A N ll I H II It AMP, M BERRAfaN ATRFFT, _j*M_NEW T0RK._ nil KOK’N PATf.IRT PORIAMIf I IIII H AHIl WINK Mil.I. —1fill, mill r»*« In «. hlfhl* rnnam.n (*d, ,nA .. I.,,, mrn In b«ll«T» H In ba IB. h»«t Cider Mill In naa W. Mvllclt nrd.r» frlc %nt*1 RAl.DWIlf, CARDWRM. A OO • ■til -im ___14* M«in ami, Richmond Cin-PAMTWKMMMP.—Tb* ninMMi Mnlku tii M / mdiM ilinMbn an er Ih. atpla of ftrM PAI Mt* •ON 4 10, ft*. Ih. purpnaa nf cnndnclln* Ih. Afrl. nll.ril Implement and fte.d bneihean, .1 Ut» '44 Hand, No *n Main met Intel/ ncea TM hy ih. amine yartnar. *M FAI.MRR, WM H fAUntR, -it W. W. TCTF1II. Amthira h hkii with a» hich «i m. TAINTT A* ABUT AND TTYTR -No on. can harefrelinvi i nf Ih'. dlatreanlngdlnen.. while In |maa»nab>n of Da JAA1TR cl/ip TON'* NiMKt'IT* Aim, Acrcfnla, filandnlar ftwrlllnfa, diaraaea nf Ih. Tl.rnal, *■ aid H.ad, T.tl.r and all Mh*r d'eraa., of Ih. akin Nim.rntia teatltnanlal, ran h. a' Id. Roam. **. Kirhan*. Knid where h. may h» .am until *atarda* N.km r.median n.n yr.M-rlnltona fl».n In .ear, ran. Nn h'imh„g in that ' Call and _ ...» «t HI "if AUrs MM II WON !• AM« |'|TIPV 4tl MfRU RAII. ROAD *TO<m. In» aal. by . - JOHN A. LANCARTUt A F0N, ' __ _____ _ _ *ITk *r..k,r. 161061 aI.W HiiAVI Ai Ml vi » ti i i B NUm OAT*, hr Mia JAMB WINATtiR.