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** ntlloW) vrUXTCTSH It T«CII««." CONTEMPLATION Ot’KAN, the illicit is on thee, anil the union Sleeps, iMlmly sleeps, upon thy placid liraut, ') is plt-ii* mtut MHWdit mi hour to sit Atone hy inim gm> ruin, who**1 sole crct I> the green ivy, giiilaml ma unlit To gr.iru its brow ol beauty, for although Tw»«in'tl by time anJ tempest, still it seeini Not all devoid of bounty, as the lie am* Of the pale moon it* rilled niche* show : fc’en such it ruin is my desolate bead And l ho fond thoughts of many n by gone day, thill fresh its ivy garland, loth to part. Yet scarcely finding minute, this decay, Yielding to grief the hopes of Life's bright noon. MISCELL A NEOUS. .Modes of Siilutution.—Greenlanders have none, ami laugh >tl (lie idea of otto person be ing interior to another. Islanders, near the 1’hdippinrs, lake a per. ton's hand or toot, and tub it over their face. I, tplatiders apply their noses strongly a gninst tho person they salute. In New Guinea, they place loaves upon the head of those they salute. In tho Straits of the Sound, they raise the left foot of tho person saluted, pass it gently ever tho right leg, and thence over tho faco. Tito inhabitants of the Philippines bond very low, placing their hands on their cheeks and rise one foot in the air, with tho knee bent. An Ethiopian takes the robe of anothot, and ties it about him, so as to leavo his friend almost naked. Tho Jupunesu take off a slipper, and the people of Armcitn thoir sandals, ill the street, ■ nd their stockings in the house, when they salute. The negro kings, on the coast of Africa, salute by snapping the middle linger tin cu times. Tho inhabitants of Carmcno, when they would show a particular attachment, break a vein, and present tho blood to their friend us a bovorage. If tha Chinese moot, after a long separa ration, they fall on their knees, bond their face two or tliruo limes, and use many oilier affected modes. Tltoy have also, a kind of ritual, or “ Academy of Complaints,” by which they rogulato tho number ot bows, geuullections, and words to bo spoken upon any occasion. Ambassadors practice theso ceremonies forty days boforc they appear at court. In Ouhoitn, they rub their noses together. The Dutch, who are considered as great eaters, have a morning salutation, common among all ranks,—smaakelyk eeten !”— ,l 'lay you eat a hearty dinner." “ lloe va art awe !”—“ How do you sail adopted no doubt in tho early periods of the republic, when they were all navigators and industri ous fishermen iiio usual salutation at Cairo is, “ How do you sweat ?*’ a dry hot skin being a sure in dication of a destructive ephemeral fever._ Borne author has obsorved the haughty Spa niard with the trivolous Frenchmen, that the proud and stoady manners of the former were expressed in his mode of salutation, “ Come osta r"—How do you stand?”—whilst the “ Comment vous pnrtez-vous?”—“ How do you carry yourself?" was equally expressive of the gay motion and incessant action of the latter. Thu common salutation in the southern provinces of China, amongst the lowest or ders is, “ V a fan ?”—“ llavo you eaten your rice J In Africa, a young woman, an intended bride, brought a littlo calabash, and kneeling down before hor lover, desired him to wash his hands ; when ho had dono this, the girl, with a tear of joy sparkling in hor eyes, drank the water; this was considered as the greatest proof sho could give of her fidelity and attachment. Afairless Swimmer.—A case has been in • ximinalion before the United States Dis trict Court now in session at Boston, which exhibits a recklessness of death and of dan ger but seldom equalled. James Riding, a seaman, bolwoen whom and his captain con siderable difficulty had existed in conse quenco of a certain mutinous conduct, form ed a determination to leave the ship, which. • t the time, was in the port of Trieste, lie was prevented from deserting while in port, bv being in closo confinement, nnd not pla ced on board until the moment of sailing. The ship went out of the harbour of Trieste to wards evoning; the next morning Riding was missing, and all conjecture as to liis prob able fate was unsatisfactory. lie was known to have been a venturosomo sailor, nnd an expert swimmer ; but that he should volun tarily throw himself overboard in tho night, when there was scarcely a possibility of his •scaping immediate drowning, was a height oi rashness; which it was supposed ho would n >t venture. TIioGulfof Venice, where the ship then was, it is remarkable for a rapid ar.i strong current; against which it would be impossible for tho most athletic powers long to hold out; and the impression bo canie general among the crow, that they •hould see their messmate no more. Nothing was heard of Riding, until some tiino alter news came that a seaman floating down tho Gnlf on a spai, had been picked up on the morning above alluded to, by a Vene tian coaster. Ho had survived nine hours in the water with nothing to sustain him but this slender spar. This case in Court was brought to recover his wages.—fission Trur. •Uc r. The American Soldier.— In the bat- ] tlo of-, Colonel Jesup suspecting \ tliat his troops had expended nearly ail their cartridges, passed along the rear nl the line, to make inquiry as to the fact. Several soldiets who lay mortal ly wounded, some of them actually in the agonies of death, hearing the in quiry, forgot for a moment, in their de votion to their country, both the pain they endured andthe approachof death, and called out, each one for himself. “Here are cartridges in my box, take and distribute them among my compa nions.” A soldier in the line exclaimed to his commander, “ my musket is shot to pieces. * Hid comrade, who lay expi ring with his wounds at the distance of a few feet, replied, in a voice scarcely audible, “ My musket is in excellent order—take and use her."* It is no extravagance to assert, that an army of such men, commanded by officers of corresponding merit is hter udy invincible. In the Illinois Monthly Magazine is a paper on the geology of that State. It abounds in Mincralf. Silver, cop per, lead, salt, coal, (valuable, as wood is scarce,) and mineral springs have been found. One of the latter yields F,j*som salts, by boiling in a common kettle The Choice of a Wife.—The whoU secret of choosing well in matrimony may be laugh*. in three words—explore the character. A violent love tit is always the result of iguorrnce; for there is not a daughter of L'vc that has merit sufficient to justify romantic I »vo, though thousands and thousands may reasonably inspire tlint gentle esteem which is infinitely better. A woman worshipper and a woman hater both derive their mistake from ignorance of the female, world; lor iftlio characters of women were thoroughly understood they would be lound too good to he ha ted, and yet not good enough to be idolized.'-—Chris. Iler. Itching fret.—Among the minor evils to which the human frame is subject, there are few more tormenting than that of violent itching of the feet, du ring seveie frosty weather, caused by incipient chilblains. The following specific is so simple and cheap, that no person ought to be ignorant of it; it is merely one part of muriatic acid, min gled with seven parts of water, with which the feet must he rubbed for u night or two, before going to bed, and perfect relief will he experienced The application must ol course ho made be fore the skin breaks, and it will ho found not only to allay 'he itching, but prevent the farther progress of the chilblains. The feet, may be a little tender for a sh >rt time, but this slight inconvenience will soon disappear. .nr* PERT* VARIETY AND GROCERY STORE. G1 W. WOOD &CO inform tlio pub I • lie that they have juet received a handsome stock of such articles as are m com mon demand: viz, Looking glasses, toilette and shaving, Cut glass and plain Decanters, Cut and plain flint wine glasres and Tum blers from 7.) cts to $3,50 pet doz.—Quart and pint tumblers,—l’itchurs, bowls, urea, dishes, plates, Cups and saucers, of various sizes, loaf, lump and lirown sugars, best Cof lee, Imperial and Gunpowder Tea, Ycmiir Hyson, do. Houshong do. Powder and shot, Rico, ginger, pepper, Allspice, Cloves, salt Petre, salts, Indigo, Fig blue, Sperm and Tallow ('audios, Turpentine soap very cheap, Shaving and Fancy soap, Unisons, Figs, Fil. borts, Almonds, cheese, Cider in bottles,Lon don Porter, Molasses, Rest Mcdcira, Claret, port, and Muscat wines, French and Applu brnndy, Rum. Whiskey, &e. Riding bridles of excellent quality at $1,50 each. Razors, and straps, Knivos and Forks, Pocket and pen knives, Seidlitz and Soda powders, Castor oil, Cologno, Florida, Rose, and Lavender water, pepermint, oil Cinna. nmn, Cloves and Lemon, Cloth, hair add shoe brushes’, plow linos, lainp-black, &c. Sait > per sack, Rest Chewing tobacco, (,'igazs Snutf, with many other articles, fi. W. W. &co. believing such a store as they propose to keep, will bo a convenience to the neigh bourhood, where it is located, and intending to sell at fair prices, rospectlully usk a share ot public patronage. September, .T—30. tf SAL A2RATUS. 1AL /ERATl’S is a preparation from | 1^5 tho well known article Pearl Ash, purified and highly charged with Carbonic Acid Gas, (fixed air.) A cooling and agreeable saline draught is made by dissolving a small tea-spoonful of these salts in water, and adding thereto a table spoonful of Lemon Juice or good Vinegar, to neutralize the same, producing a strong eirervesronce. The salutary effects of this medicine are well known in allaying the preternatural heat and thirst attending fevers. While this article is beneficial to health, it is grateful to the palate, and may lie substituted for the -Spa and Soda Waters, as a constant drink in sultry weather, forming un agreeable beverage. It eorrecis acid in the stomach, and consequently tends to prevent Dyspepsia and oppression, especially if taken an hour after eating, and we know ol no me dicine whose use may he persisted in with less incon venience. Nor is it less useful for Culinary purposes, a very small quantity of these salts effectually answers tile purpose of yeast or eggs in making cakes, bread, puddings, Jfc. light. It will also sweeten cream or dough-when a little changed. It imparts to Cyder the life and brilliancy of Champaign. It is mi invaluable article for ship masters on long voyages at sen, as a preventive of the Scurvy. The above is carefully prepared and neatly put up’in vials so that it may be safely transported to any part of the world, tlold liy GEO. PULLING CO. FIE subscribers have just received a 51 supply of Uie following articles:— Cologne Water in various shapes—Perfumed Oils, Lavender Water in fancy bottles. Halm of Danmocua for the growth of hair, Ophal ic Snuff for head ache, Aromatic Sails for do.—L'lniltenlmm Snlts, Ijee’s Essence of Muata'd for tho cure of Khrunia tism, Uotit, Lumbago, Pnlsv, White Swelling, .Niiinh ness, Sprains, Bruises, sc. I^e’s .Mustard Pills for do—Cough Drops, Together with an additional supply of Drugs Medi cines, Paints, Dye tstuffs, and a general assortment of rjlUE subscriber has on hand, immediate E !y opposite the Old Tan Yard, now oc cupied by Mr. John L>. Craven, bdOO pounds prime Bacon 500 do. do. Lard 500 do. Oak Tail’d Spanish Son! Leather 300 Cotton Yarn, superior to any 1 have sold, at <> and 0 pence pr Hunch I 15 sacks Liverpool tilled Salt, at $3 25 per sack—2iki Loaf Sugar, good q’y. | 2 hogshead* good Drown Clugnr, It! a 1 12cents per pound 5'1'i his green Cofiee, first and 2d quality 300 “ Shot, alb cents per single pound and 7 cts pr lb. by the. bag. Also-—half pint Tumblers and quart De canters, Crockery and Earthen ware, Window (rlass 10 by 12, and H by 10. Putty, Lamp Oil, Sweel Oil and Castor Oil, Rice, Indigo and Pepper, Madder and Copperas, Bunch Raisins, Almonds and Figs, Scotch and Mac cuboy Snuft, pint and half pint Flasks, fine Mats and coarso Shoos, Domestic Colton (.loth, Shad, Mackerel and Herrings, French and Apple Ifrandy, Sweet and Dry Malaga W ino, SV hit-key and I'tim, Wraj,ping Paper by the Ream, superior Writing Ink, Pepper mint, Cordial in bottles. August 13—-2 JOSEPH BISHOP COACH MAKING. OHN 1 OM^KINS has commenc • «d the Coach Business in Char lottesville, on Main-street, opposite the Central Hotel. (laving first rate work men from the North will enable him to execute work in the neatest manner and newert style. Sept. 2U—S tf ALMANACS for 1831 ! jfift Q Mk CcnU prr gro««—25 cent* /r pvr dozen— G rent* ninr/Jr puro v\ incs. geo. pulling \ t o. wintj and Music r snfe by K VVATTH *>«t(,fcrr 1 Medical Information. Doctor, ii. bramhau in forms those* who arc ufHicted with Dyspepsia or Indigestion, that ho is authorized to use in his practice, the new method of treating that disease, lately discovered in New York. As the ellicacy of the treatment has been suiiiciently tested, ho deems it only necessary to say that he believes the theory on which it is founded is as ra I tional as any other in the science of Medicine—that the treatment, when judiciously used, and varied to suit the circumstances of particular cases, is always safe—and more generally successful than any other treatment heretofore pursued. Charlottesville, Oct. 23. • iXcw I <,r/i, ()rt. 5,1830. 11)0 hereby certify that 1 have com municated to Dr. Horace Bram ham, of Charlottesville, Virginia, rny theory of Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and have fully instructed him in my method of treatment. 1 consider him well qualified to manage any case that ma ybe presented to him. TALMADGE SUTHERLAND. i V1RGINI A, to wit : AT Rules held in the Clerk’s Of fice of Albemarle county Court, in October John Woodson and Francis his wife, formerly Francis Garland Pllffs. AGAINST Nelson Garland, Isliam Ready and Polly his wife, Richard Bruce and Nancy his wife, late widow of Ander son Garland, deceased, Nathaniel, Ro bert, Cynthian, and Anderson, chil dren of Anderson Garland, deceased, Daniel Martin and Elizabeth his wife, late widow of Peter Garland, deceas ed, and Janies and Goodridge Garland, children ol the said Peter Garland, ; deceased, which said Frances, Nelson i and Polly arc children, and together [ with the said children of Anderson : Garland deceased and Peter Garland I deceased, heirs and representatives of ] Nathaniel Garland deceased, Defendants. IN CHANCERY. The Defendants, Isliam Ready and ! Polly his wife, Richard Bruce &, Nan i cy his wife, Nalhamel & Robert Gar j land, not having entered their appear ance and given security according to j law and the rules of this Court, and ii appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that they are not inhabitants ol this State —On motion of the Plain tiffs by their Counsel—It is Ordered, that the said Defendants do appear here on the first Monday in Janua ry next, and answer the bill of the Plaintiffs, and that a copy of this Order he forthwith inserted in a paper published in the town of Charlottes ville, called the “ Charlottesville Advocate,” for two months succes sively, and posted at the front door of the Court house of this County on some Court day. A Copy—Teste, IRA GARRETT, D. C. October 2*2— 12 Sw TO PRINTERS. rHlHE Subscriber offers for sale on roason dl able terms the Printing Establishment, recently employed in publishing the works of Mr Jefferson, consisting of two cast iron | medium presses, one standing press, also cast iron, of great power, type, chases, metal fur niture, press boards &o Arc. If immediate ly disposed of, a credit will he given until tho 1st of January noxt. FRANK CARR. July 30—’30 tf Printers will confer a favor by giving the above one insertion. JUST RECEIVED A ERES1I supply ol' tlio beat Green x3L Coffuo, Sugar, Molasses, Tea, Salt, Iron, 10 barrels of prime Whiskey, Read and Armstrong's frct.li Troy Ale. A fresh and constant supply of GROCE RIES, too tedious to mention—Also—A constant supply of nice white Corn Maul, Racon, Outs, Ac. —Also— A Carryall, with a top to it and harness complete for travelling—low for Cash. Terms low lbr Cash, opposite the Stono Ta vern, Alain &t. Charlottesville. SAMUEL THO.WBH. CAm^ET MAKING. ~ 7 SI I IE undersigned, having served a regu _&L lur apprenticeship in a first rate ostnb aliment in the City of Baltimore, and work od in different shops in that City, lor several years, deems himself well experienced in tho mnnutacluro of fashionable and tasteful Ca binet Furniture—and now offers his services to the Citizens of this place and its vicinity to execute any article i n his line, and assures them that Ins work shall be done faithfully and elegantly, on moderate terms. His nlaco ot business is at the siiop of Mr. Joint Tomp kins, where his work •limy be seen, as well as at several other places in town. GEO. W. BAIN. Shepherd’s Improved, I^ORMLKtY Judkins’ i’atent Specific Ointment, for tho cure of White Swel hngs; Sore Legs and Ulcers, Rheumatic Pains; Sprains uud Bruises; old and fresh Wounds , Scalded Head ; Ring Worms ; Tetter, Ac. Ac. We have received a parcel of tho above to sell on commission, from John If. Eustace, Richmond, which may bo relied on as genu ino. Certificates of numerous extraordinary cures and directions for using tho ointment accompany each jar. P I<\ BOYD A BROTHER. 03^ BOAUD1NO. I WILL receive Eight or ’ten young Gentlemen as Hoarders in my fa mily- t. A. XAVPI. Sept. 24- H_tf NOTICE. ALL sums due to the Establishment of tho Virginia Advocate prior to, and m clu ling the present publication of the paper, either for Subscription Advertisements or jobs arc payable to the Subscriber only, or bis authorised collector, Wm. K. Carr. An immediate payment of all sums due, is ear nestly requested FRANK CARR. GROCERIES, &c. THE undersigned informs his friend* and the public in general, that lie has just received «» now and complete supply of Gro ceries, purchased on the best let ms "for cash und of the first quality, which he assures them shall be offered on the most reasonable terms. Every article which ho may sell ho warrants to be fresh and good Among his present assortment are tho fol lowing ; 80 s icks Liverpool filled Salt, Bacon, Lard and Butter—Whiskey by tho bbl—Apple Brandy—good old Poach Brandy—French Brandy—Hum—best Madeira Wine_Mo lasses of best quality, and all kinds of Sugars ALSO—constantly on hand, Flour, Com, Corn Meal, and Oats. Shad and Mackerel! Goshen Cheese, now Albany Beer, and fVesh Crackers, bv Jainuison and Dill, low for cash together with every other article usually kept in a Grocery Store. A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited Get 8 U. MOSBY, Random Row SUGAR, SALT, &c. JUST received 2 hhds 1st quality New Orleans Sugar at 12 1-2 cts I do 2d do at 10 cents—3 bags green CofTec : 1 hhd N. O. Molasses at 50 cunts ; •10 sacks Liverpool tilled Salt ; 750 lbs. Cot. ton Yarn at <► and 1) per bolt ; 700 lbs. now Cheese at 12 1-2 por pound : 400 Loaf Su gar at 17 and 20 cts per pound ; 0 boxes Candles very low by tho Box ; 6 do. Tur pentine Soap, do. do. ALSO, Looking Glasses, Tumblers, Decanters, Pint and Half Pint Flasks ; Glass * by 10, 10 bv 12; Putty ; Nails o' all sizes ; Liver pool,Queens, Crockery, Stone & Tin Ware ; Dupont's best Gunpowder at 54 cents per lb. Shot of all sizes at d cents por Ih; Foolscap Writing Paper; now Rice; Muscatel Rai. sins ; best Spanish Segars ; Copperas ; In digo ; Madder ; Allspice ; Popper ; Ginger; Salt Pctre ; AIItiin and Mustard ; lino and emusc Shoes ; llcdcords; Plough Lines, Crackers, very low by .ho Keg ; Mucker ol and Herring. Also on hand, a lew barrels of Family Ilnur at $4 50 por bbl ; together with other goods too tedious to mention, all low for cash, by II. M. WQLFE, Get, I Mam St. Charlottesville Approved Family Medicines & rfv, 111CH arc celebrated lor Iho cure of w most diseases that Iho human frame is duhjoct to Prepared only by the sole pro prietor 7. \V,Dyott, M L). grandson of tho late celebrated Or. Ifobnrtsoii, of Edinburgh. Ur. Us. celebrated stomach Elixir of Health lot tho cure of coughs, colds, approaching consumption, whooping cough, asthma, pains in tho breast, wind in tho stomach, dyspep sia, bowel com pin i nts, dysentary, Ac. l’ric ono dollar and lilty cents per bottle. Ur. Robertson s Vegetable Nervous Cordial or Natures Grand Restorative. _ Recoin mended for the euro of nervous com plaints generally, inward weakness, depres sion of iho spirits, head ache, tremor, tainl ness, hysteric tils, nervous debility, intem perance, inetruri.il disease, impotenev, dis eases peculiar to females, &c. l'rico one dol lar and fitly cents per bottle. Ur. R s. Crtrbiatr.fi Gout Rheumatic Drops. A sate and clfcclu.il cure lor tho gout and rheumatism, lumtmgo, alone and gravel,swel ling and weakness 01 the joints, sprains, bruises, pains iu the head ami lacc, frosted feet, Ac, Price two dollars per bottle. Dr. Robertson's Stomach Bitters. Celebrated for strengthening a weak slo inuch, increasing tbc appetite, and a certain preventive against the lever and uguu, Ac. Price ono dollar ,per bottle. Dr.R's. InJallihlr.H'onn Destroying Lozenge*. A medicine universally esteemed for ex pelling ovory species of worms from the hu-, man body. Price .>() cents per package—large packages one dollar. Dr. Dyott's Patent Itch Ointment. For pleasantness, safety, expedition and certainty of cure, is uuequnled by any oilier medicine in use, for the removal of thisdisa greablo, tormenting complaint. It has no un pleasant sinell,aud may bo used on Iho young est infant w ith saiety. Price 50 cts per box. l)r. Dyott s Anti-Bilious Pills. Which, if administered in time to remove the bile Irom tho stomach, will prevent all bilious complaints, malignant fevers, ague & fever, bilious cholic, pleurisy, worms disen tury, head ache, heart burn, loss of appetite, colds und coughs, disgepsia or indigestion, habitunl costivoncss, Ac. Price 25 cents p«r box—large boxes 51) cents. •Dr. Dyott's Infallible Booth .hhc Drops. Price 5<' cents—small vials 25 cunts. Dr. Vickers Ointment for the cure of the Tet ter, Ring IVorm,fyc.— Price :t7 1-2 per box. The Circassian Eye Water. Celebrated for curing most disorders of the 03’es.— Price filly cents—small viuls 25 cts. Mu/ii/s Approved P/aislcr Cloth. A soveieign remedy for all ulcers and sores, sore breasts,biles, sore legs,swellings,sprains, cuts, bruises, pains in the back und breast, cut ns on the feut, Ax. Ptico 25cents, 50 cts. und one dollar for each size plaister. Approved and recommended by Doctor Rush and Doctor Physick, of Philadelphia, and by the most eminent of tho Faculty in the U. Status. Just received and for sale by GEO PULLING A CO. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! 10 75 PF. BOYD & BROTHER will dis • pose of their stock of Hats and Shoes at very reduced prices ; they have a great many of each article, some of which are of the beet quality. They will enumerate a few of the prices, viz. Black fur lints, at 2, 3, 4, and $5 Do. do. best quality, 7 Ladies' best Prunella Shoes, £1 Do. 2d quality, 1 Do. 3d do. Chi Idi cn's Shoes, 37 1-2 a 50 Coarse Shoes, 50 a 75 .Morocco Shoes, 50 a 1 00 They are determined to sell oft*their pre sent Stock, and therefore will accommodate persons who wish to buy, “ low for Cash." N. B. We have on hand a prime parcel of BACON &. LARD—we believo it better than usually met with, and the piice the same as others sell for. II. A B. August 13-2 tf NOTICE. THE connection of tho Subscriber with the Virginia Advocate has. for some years past, compelled him to limit his practice as a Physician for tho most part to Char lottesville and its immediate vivimty. That connection is dissolved ; & he will again re sume the practice of Medicine on as largo a scale as the patronage ot his friends and the public will allow hirn to do. FRANK CARR. July 30—'30 tf Flour, Oil and Leather. ^^AMILY flour, and tanners oil for sale by 9 tho barrel, also beefs tallow and bees wax,a parcel of nico wnxed upper leather with a superior lot of oak tanned soal leather; also negroes brogues for sale low immediately opposite Mr John D. Craven's tannery bv JOSEPH BISfloP. I OR PRINTING, of every description, executed neatly, acruratalv, promptly and moderately . NOTICE. rilH K business heretofore done in this BL plnce under the fiimofGeo. Pulling & Co. was dissolved on the 1st insl. by mutual consent-. GEORGE PULLING, THOMAS PULLING, MU8CO L. DAY. 'I ho subscribers have sold tho stock on . hand, together with the debts due the firm of Geo. Pulling & Co. to Mr. Wm. J. Webb, who will ulso pay nnv debts due by tho con* corn. PULLING & DAY, Of Kiuhuiond. Tho subscribers bavo connected themselves under tho firm of Pulling &. Webb and will continue tho business as hcrolofnro done by Geo. Pulling & Co. and respectfully request the continuation of that patronage so liber* ally given to the former firm. GEORGE PULLING, WM. J. WEBB. Nov 5 tf Souvenir & Token for 1831. TOUESE beautiful publications have just JL been received and are offered lbr sale. t.inlifUishmcnt uj' the Souccuir.—1. From tispieco—The Shipwrecked Family, engrav ed by Ellis from a picture by Burnet. 2. Shipwreck ol Fort Koug» Calais, engraved by Ellis from a Picture by Stanfield. 3. Jn* fancy, engraved by Kelly, from a picture by Sir T homiis Lawrence 4. Lady Jane Grey, engraved by Kelly from a pictuie by Leslie. 5. 1 hree Score and Ten, engraved by Wear, ney from a picture by Burnet. 0. Tho Horn ofResl, engraved by Kelly from a picture by Burnet. 7. The Minstrel, engraved bv Ellis troin a picture by Leslie. 8. Arcadia, on graved by^ Wearncy from a picture by Cock erell.^ 9. Tho Fisherman's Picture,engraved J by Neaglo from a picture by Collins It). ; I he Marchioness of Cnrniortlu n, Grand daughter of Chat lea Carroll, of Car rollon, on. graved by Illmaii &. Pliillbrow from a picture by Mrs. Moo. II. Morning among the Hills engraved by Hutch from a picture by Daugly 12 Musieos engraved by Ellis from a picture by Watteauw. flNHE TOKEN has the following cnibel bailment : 1 Presentation Plato. 2 Title page. 3 The lost hov. 4 Just seven teen, engraved by 1. Clicny, after a portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence. 5 Music fSfCe cili.s). fi Blind Mother. 7 Isabel, painted by S. Newton, und engraved-by M. S. Uan lorlb. 8 The Shadow. 9 American Scene I ry. 10 The Snow Shoe. 11 New Tyrolese j Waltz. Other new works have been received. Ah | so, on hand, :iii extensive collection of Law, i Medical and Classical, School und Miscella neous Books. Being desirous to extend the ! business as much us possible, tiie undersign ! sd will endeavor to keep a constant supply of [ such books as are in demand, and to sell them . as low as they can bo had in the Slate. Nov 5 C. P. M’KENNIE. . NOTICE. i HE subscriber lias just received froii) i .*3 the Ninth ii very superior Slock’ of Blue, Black, Brown, Olive ami Drub ci.o Tins <$• ca ssime n es— I Also—n variety of Vestings of tho Inteat iln : porlntion ; all of which ho pledges himself to I innke up in tho neatest manner and on the most accommodating terms. He has also just received tho Fall and Winter Fashions for 1830 nnd '31, furnished him by Ward ! Williams of Philadelphia, and Saguer of N. ; York, which he exhibits at his shop lor tho ! Inspection of his friends and customers October 22 H. PRICE. N B. Constant employment wil hn given to two or three journeymen. ESTRAYS 1 tray Steer, with a crop and un derkeel in each ear, white on the back | and under the belly, with a Jew white hairs between his horns, and has on an old bell—about twelve years old, and appraised to ten dollars. Also, a Ram, white, with a crop in each ear, and an over and under keel on the left ear, appraised to one dollar and twenty five cents. The owner or owners can have the above Estrays, by proving properly and pa ying charges. JVICHOLAS B URJYLE Y. Aon 5 ittp “REVIEWS, &c. 7B1I1E undersigned is agent for tho follow £i ing publications, viz.—North Ameri' can Review, ,95 per annum ; American Quarterly, ; Edinburg Review, $5; London Quarterly Review, $5; Westmin ster Review, $6; Library of Useful Knowl. edge ; Library of Entertaining Knowledge ; Encyclopedia Amoricana. a popular Diction ary of arts, sciences, literature, hisloty, Poli tics. and biography, brought down to the present time ; on the basis of the 7lh edition of the German conversations Lexicon .•— published quarterly at 9*2 50 per vol. each containing more than (JO0 large octavo pa ges, to be complete in 12 vols. Subscrip tions or orders for any of the nbovo works thankfully received by C. T. M’KENNIE. Nov. 5, ’30 . tf NOTICE. f jTlIIE subscriber begs leave to in Jl form the l*uI>1 ic9 that his son Ed vvard P. Barbour, will wind up bis bu siness in Albemarlo. Messrs. Peyton, Southall, Gordon and Gilmer, will either ol them unite with his son, where they may not be opposed to hi n. And he has no doubt but that any member of the Bar will do the same. P. P. BARBOUR. October 29—IB -It notice: Land, Houses & Lots for Sale rSMHE undersigned is authorised to JL sell the LAND belonging to Wil liam B. Philips, lying and being in the county of Fluvanna, and hereto fore advertised in this paper:—ALSO, his I/nuses and Lots in the town of Charlottesville. Terms liberal and accommodating. If not shortly sold, that on the Main-street will be for rent—it is well calculated both for a private residence and a place of bu siness. J. W. SAUNDERS. October 29—13 4t FOUN07 ON Thursday morning Inst, a pair of Saddlebags, which Inc ownor can have by giving a proper description of them and paving all expenses. RICE BAILEY. Nov. 5 3t Jl'HT received a fresh supply of Shoes, Mackerel, Cheese, Albany Aloand Iron. Low for Cash. B MOSBY. Also—12 bbls of first quality old Rye Whiskey. Cash given fur Oats, ity# and Cora North Blenheim for Sale. THE Subscriber having more land than he has hands to cultivate to advantage, offers at private sale, this valuable Estate, containing by a re* cent survey, Nine Hundred and Seven ACUES, of which about iivo hundred are cleared and the balance in Woods^ The improvements are extensive and valuable, and the soil is admirably adapted to the culture of Tobacco,. Wheat and Clover—it has also the rare combination of other advantages in be-* ing situated within the immediate neighborhood of the Uuiversity, in a very healthy climate, convenient to navigation, and last, though not least, surrounded by a society inferior to none iu the State. The terms of sale will be accommodating and' a liberal credit afforded the purchaser by his lliving Bonds with good security and a D< cd in Trust on the land to secure the peyments. If more desirable, this estate will be divided into two equal parts. Persons who may be disposed to pur chase will apply to the subscriber »•** siding on the premises. EDWARD O. GOODWYN. North Blenheim, Oct. 29-13 if JNOTICE. “ INTENDING to move to the west,* I offer for sale the tract of land on which I reside; containing 470 acres, lying in the North Garden, A1-* bemarle County, on the north ftirle of Hardware, between 8 or 9 miles from Chailottesville. l'he new stage road passing through it that leads from Charlottesville to Lynchburg. This land is in a very compact body and well watered, containing about 130 acres of low grounds; and has an ample st.pply of timbered land of good quality for tobacco. 1 wish to sell this valuable tract of land im i mediately, as I am determined to move. 1 deem it unnecessary to give a lurthor description of the land as it is well known in the neighbourhood; and persons living at a distance will viaw the land before buying : the buildings arc ordinary. PAUL DURRETT. Oct. 8-10 tf N. B. This land will remain for sale until sold. ►Splendid Lotteries To be drawn shortly. EW York Consolidated Lottery, No.lO,fur 1630. Drawn in New York on Wednesday next, 17lh inst. Splendid Prizes : 1 prize of l 1 1 80 114 114 114 «&c. &c. &c. Whole tickets$10, Halves $5, lers 62 50. $30,000 15.000 10.000 6,500 1,000 200 100 60 5, Q,uar ! UNION CANAL LOTTERY, i O. 21, for 1630. To be drawn iu -L^l Philadelphia on Saturday, 20th ; November. Splendid Prizes : * 1 prize of 1 1 1 1 1 8 6 &c. <5*c 20,000 10,000 5.000 4.000 3.000 2.000 i,ouo 500 &c. Whole ticket $5, Halves g2 50,Quar* ers $2 25 VIRGIN IA State Lottery, for the benefit of the Petersburg Btmevo lent Mechanic Association. Class No for 1330. To be drawn on Friday iiOtfi Nov. Splendid prizes: \ Pr*ae of $10,000 1 l 1 5 ]0 10 do do do do do do 10,000 10,000 4,270 1,000 500 300 &c. &'c. Whole Tickots $5 Halve* 2 50— Qr*. 1 25. * Orders for Tie/cets or Shares in tho above Lotteries, will receive the most prompt attention if addressed (post paid,) to &■ M’lMTYRE, Managers, . Washington City. Uj An official account of the drawing will be forwarded to adventurers, free of postage. Elegant Chairs. WF. have received a few more dozen of thoso handsnmo Gilt Chairs, with Set. tecs to match. They are considered very cheap. We havoalso several dozen lower price. BOYD & BROTHER. FLORIDA YVATER. A supply of Florida Water manufactured by J. M. Larogue ; just received aad for sale by GEO. PULLING & CO. JUST received, a large assortment of fresh Drugs, Medicines, Paints &c. Compri sing, with stock on hand a gencrcal assort ment of established and new articles. GEO. PULLING A CO. H^MBROCATION, or Whilwell sor origi JTj ginnl Opodeldoc—For biuises, strains, sprains, gout, rheumatism, cramp, numbness, weakness, or stiffness of the neck or joints, chilblains, chapped hands, stings of insects, vegetable poisons, die. Ac. applicable’to man orj>oast. Warranted more than double the strength of tho hard Opedildoc. Recom mended by one of the first physicians in Eu rope or America. GEO. PULLING A CO. o BLANKS F various kinds for sals at thi* Office.