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f L° n nlm«tion of Scott and Graham. Robert
$, n e" wasrhosen IVsident, with one hundred
v p President". Resolutions were adopted
cardmlly-ndowng (He nominee..
Tjio meeting was a-Wreseedby Col. Hoff
\i.. Toinlin«on, from California, and Jas.
tt'hVrd'on, of Owego county, and the Fill
to ,1,-leeme from the 22nd district, who con
1,-I II J- Raymond'* seat. The proceed
are marked bv unbounded enthusiasm.
The name* of Scott and Graham. Fillmore,
\V>bstft and Clay were, greeted with deafen-
was »>y n «-
' v ,< M ,eikers, and the proceedings will
.; ni n» till a very Ute hour,
I!imr 23, -The telegraph has in
formed u< ol the nominations by the Whig Con
' ,j on a ; Baltimore. The announcement was
rt , f ,«itii decided favor, and thus far has
rirril satisfaction.
Mu>r6o*KKV, June 23,—The nomination
of General WinfielJ Scott and William A.
Grahsin has given full satisfaction to our friends
in th>< place. A salute has been tired in honor
of the event.
Vicksburg, Miss., June 23.—The nomina
lions of the Whig National Convention have
been received hT<\ and met a hearty response
from every good Whig.
Baton RmlT.e, June '23.—The telegraph
Ins informed us of the Whig nominations. All
pops on bravely.
Montpklikk, Vt., June 23.— The Whig no
niimtioiis tiave come to hand. All appear sa- I
Charleston. S. C., June 23.—The Whig
nominations have been received. Our friends
are for the nomination.
Mach.n, (ia.. June 23.—The nominations
of the Whig Convention have come to hand.
Georei'i lias been disappointed in not getting
Mr. Fillmore, but she will stand by the nomi
nees.
Alexandria. June 24.—A Whig National
salute in honor of the nomination of General
Scott and Mr. Urahnm, of thirtv-one guns, was
tire I yesterday, by the Mechanical Artillery, of
this place, under command of Capt. Duff;y.
Pittsburg, June 23.—The nomination of
General Scott has given the greatest satisfac
tion to the Whigs of our city. The most in
tense enthusiasm prevailed, and last niglu the
city was in a lever of exciteineut—fireworks,
music and hurras. A Salute of fifty guns was
fired about sundown, and at night an immense
ratification meeting assembled. Addresses
were delivered bv the Hon. Moses Hampton,
Captain I'orter, 1). Ritchie, Captain Naylor,
uuil others.
Wii.MiSGTON, Del., June 23.—An immense
gathering took place this evening on the occa
sion of ratifying the Whig nominations for Pre
sident and Vice President. Speeches were
delivered bv the Hon. John M. Clayton and the
Hun. J. W. Houston, and resolutions endor
sing the nominations »nd platform were adop
ted.
National Agricultural Convention.
Washington*, June :24.—The National Agrr
cuituiiil Conveniion assembled at the Smith
snnir.n institute to-day, at 10 A. M. Marshal
VW 'er • Massachusetts, was made President
A ievolution was offered and adopted to
form a National Agricultural Society. A com
mitee of one from each State was then ap
pointed to draft a constitution and report busi
ness for the Society.
Daniel Webster was presented as a member
by the Massachusetts delegation, as also were
the officers of the Smithsonian Institute, Prof.
Ewbank,C. L. Fleischman and others, by dif
ferent delegations.
Numerous propositions relat ng to agricul
ture. were submitted and referred t > the com
mittee.
After a recess, Mr. Elwyn of Pa., chairman
of the committee, reported a constitution,
which was amended, discussed, and finally
adopted.
The convention 1 lieu adjourned till 7 o'clock
to enable the committee to repoit on other bu
siness
Twenty-three States are represented by 154
delegates.*
Evening. —The convention re-assembled nt
7 o'clock. Mr. Holcomb, from the majority of
the committee on organization, reported in fa
vor ot the establishment, by Government, of
an Agricultural Bureau.
Judge Douglass gave notice of a minority
repcit. lecomniending the establishment of a
Department of Agriculture in the Smithsonian
institute.
Tiie committee on organization were then
instructed to name officers for the Society, and
th< members signed the constitution, paying
over their fee of $2 each.
The Very Latest by the Niagara.
Halifax, June 24.—The official quotations
of Cotton by the Niagara at which holders
aie willing to sell, are, fair Orleans 6 3-16a6jd;
fair Mobile fair Uplands sjd; middling
Orleans izd; do. Mobile do. Uplands 5 3-
16a5|.
The weather has proved very favorably to
the growing crops, and commercial affairs all
over tiie country promise well. Reports of
the Continental markets are highly satisfac
tory.
A letter by the Niagara states that Jenny
Goldschmidt arrived out, in good health aad
spirits, and was greeted by many friends.—
The letter further states that she had already
received several propositions to sing in operas
and concerts, but declined uutil further time
for consideration.
The designs of Louis Napoleon upon Bel
gium, are attracting much attention in the po
litical circles of Europe.
Violent Storm.
Albion, N. Y., June 22.—At 1 o'clock to
day a violent storm, with wind, hail, rain and
lightning, passed over this village. The light
ning set fiie to a barn in the rea? of the dwell
ing liousti of Mr. Phelps, killing at the same
time a span of horses attached to a wagon
leaded iviih grain, at Gardener's warehouse, a
rod or two distant.
Later from Chili.
Boeton, June 24.—A letter from Chili,dated
May y, stiiies that another insurrection had
broken out in the carrison ofTrespurth, part of
whom took uruis and imprisoned the remain
der. Tiiev were subsequently, however, re
pul-ed, and nine of them escaped to Cobija,
and nih'-rs to the Argentine Republic.
A I 'itertrom Perm, dated May 22nd, says
that Flores having got rid of the inter inter
vention of the Swedish frigate, Mr. Cushiug.
the Aitietican Charge, attempted to interfere,
but was censured bv the American coinino
doir,and the mutter thus ended.
Mutiny on Shipboard.
Nrw Yoek, June24.—The ship John Rave
ns!, of Charleston, has arrived from Liverpool.
On May 23th, James Burnside, the chief mate,
made attempt, supported, as he said, by the
crew and passengers, to put the captain in
irons, wliwn the latter rushed into the state
room, and, seizing a pistol, shot tne mate
through the heart. The captain says he can
«s»ign no cause for ih» mate's conduct.
Accident to Bishop Whitehoute.
Albany, June 23.—The Chicago Tribune
says that Bishop Whitehouse bad bis irm bro
ken in two places by tbe upsetting of the atage
between Aurora and Ottawa on Saturday.
Laying a Corner Stone.
New York, June 34.—Tbe corner atone of
the Bible House, on Fourth Avenue, was laid
<bis evening bv tbe Hod. Theodore Freling
huyseo, President of tbe American Bible So
ciety. A targe concourse of people wore pre*
•wt. The new tuildiog will coat $80,000.
TSLECUUfHU; NJilWa.
:r •A «••»«", >Tr «
#f Gardiner O.
m • „ PtTtn.imo, J one 25, P. M.
ta fi ue r c o hl^S >V ?rT Th< °' K! ofU " U Mon
tague, charged with the murder of Gardiner O.
1 iiompson, came up for e*amin.Uon tc-dnv
before Mayor Dodson. The evidence »„
conclusive a. to Montagues .hooting Thomp
The accused produced evidence, with the
purpose of proving that he acted in self defence.
He was, however, sent bv the Mayor before
the exsmining Court, which meets on Fridav
next. The excitement upon the subject .till
continues to be great. Yours, dtc.
National Agricultural Convention.
Washington, June 25.
The National Agricultural Convention, after
passing a resolution respectfully asking Con
gress to make an appropriation to aid the great
interest of Agriculture, adjourned sine die.
Cougre.s.
Washigton, June 25.
Senate.—The Senate went into executive
session, and afterwards took up the private cal
endar.
House.—After ineffectual efforts to recom
mit land bills, the House took up the Peniu
sylvania contested election.
Money Market.
New York, June 25.
Barring's Circular quotes Virginia bonds a)
90J exclusive of dividend.
BAL IIMORE MARKETS, June2s.
Sales ot 200 bbbls. Howard street Flour, at
$1 12. Grain steady.
$ I 00 ItKUAUD.- Ranaway from the tub
W *- ' 'vf scriber on Wednesday, 23rd instant, a
y..uog Mulatto Girl, between 18 and 19 years
old, very large tor her age. She answers to the
name ot LUCY. Si me £ weeks previous to her
leaving my premises, some $1600 was missed, and
it is supposed that the gui carried it with her. She
had, for some time previous, been endeavoring to
procure a pass in order to effect her escape ou the
Northern ears. I will give a reward of $ 100 for the
recovery of the Money ;ind Girl, or $5 for the Girl.
Edward bloomer,
je 25—1-* Valley street.
vril OF JULY COTIhhO.N i'Aii'i V
AND RtVEK EXUJKSION,
On Monday, July 3th, 1552,
At' If'ancick't Spring Jive miles bduv Richmond.
' subscriber haserifcaaed Warwick's spring,
1- on the banks ol the Jani -s Kiver, for the above
occasion. A limited number only, will be taken
and it is desirable the party should be made up be
fore Monday, the 98,-h inst., so as to enable the
subscriber to make the best arrangement possible,
for ihe comfort of the party. Prompt application
should, therefore, be made to secure tickets.
THOS. STKKLAND.
Tickets #2 50 (for gent and lady,) which will
include refreshments and transit expenses. Tick
ets to be 3t cured of THOMAS STFRLAND, Li
berty Hull; or at SCOFIEI.D'S New York Saloon,
Main street. je 25—9t*
LOST, on the 23rd instant, between the Colum
bian and Exchange Hotels, my Free Pa
pers. Any one finding the same, will confer a
a rest favor by leaving them at this office,or the Co
lumbiau Hotel.
je 25— 2t* JOSEPH CHILDRESS.
'PO CONTRACTOR* - On the 12 day ot Ju
1 ly proposals will be recieved for building a De
pot 8t Medium's River.
Specifications and plans will be exhibited at the
Engineer's office of the Virginia Central Railroad at
Woodnlle on the 9th day of July.
T. COL DSN RUGGLES, C. E.
Richmond, June 1852. td
AUIS'B tO.NcEM'KATKI) tXTKACT
OF JAMAICA GINGER.—Price only 25 cents
per bottle. This article is carel ully prepared from
the beet wh'te Jamaica Ginger, and is warranted
eqaal to Brown's, or any other preparation at only
halt the price.
It is a very efficient remedy for pain in the
stomach, nausea, flatulency, tec., and a preventive
to cholera. It is also the best form of Ginger for
flavoring and cooking purposes. Pieparej and
sold, wholesale and retail, by
VVM. M DADE,
Chemist and Apothecary,
je24 Main St.. nearly opposite Old Market
LIiAR THE TKAtJII-TltA V tL.
LING TRUNKS. — We are determined to close
out our stock ol Trunks, at low rates, for the ba
lance of the travelling season. We are almost sure
to suit you, as to styie and quality, and as to the
price, that shall be satisfactory, loi we have them
at very low prices, as well as the best qualities.—
Call and see them at the Boot, Shoe and Trunk
Saloon, 73 Main stieet.
je 24 WHITE & PAGE.
WE HAVE on hand yet, a rich assortment ol
Fringes; black, white and colored Gimps;
Braids, Buttons, linen and cotton Trimmings, Faaj,
Combs, and other fancy and staple Goods, which
we are disposed to sell at reduced prices, the sea
son being ou the decline.
HIRSH & BOTTCHER,
179 Broad street, Shockoe Hill,
Next to Harrold &. Murray's Bookstore.
je24—lw"
STRAW WROUGHT VElLS.—Straw
Wrought Lace Veils, a new and very pretty ar
tide.
Black and white Lace Veils
Lace Capes, Collars aud Sleeves
Organdies, Lawns, Bareges, Tissues
And other varieties of Dress Goods, will be sold
at great reduction in price. For bargains, call at 99
Main street.
je 24 CHRISTIAN &. LATHROP.
ROBEKT F. BROADDUS offers his servi
ces to the citizens of Richmond and the public
generally as a general Collector of Claims. He
pledges himself to attend strictly to all business en
trusted to his care. His office is in the rear of Mr
James R. Sutton's office, in Law Building, Rich
mond, Va. nay 4—6 m*
WATER CL.OWKTS, BATH TUBS, dfcc
HAVING added to our present business that of
HOUSE PLUMBING, and having engaged
workmen recommended by the best establishment
in the city of Philadelphia, we are uow prepared to
put up WATEK CLOSETS, BATH TUBS, STA
TIONARY WASH-STANDS, PIPES for hot or cold
water, &c., which will be done at prices to suit the
times. Persons in want will please give us a call.
G. A A. BAKGAMIN Jr.,
mh26—ts 201, cor. Main and 10th streets.
SONS OK TEMPERANCE who intend par
ticipating in the celebration, to-morrow, are
solicited to call snd supply their selves with white
Vests aJd Gloves, at No 134 Main St., where also
may be found, a large and one of the richest stocks
of Summer Ready Ma«le Clothing, compris
ing every style ot goods fo" Coats, Pants and Vests,
now in market, from finest to lowd>t erodes. Also,
a jreat varietvof Furnishing Goods, such as Neck
lies, Stocks, Gauze, Merino and Lisle Thread Un
dershirts, &c One and all in want, will find it
greatly to their advantage in giving me a ca'l, as
th" goods must and shall be sold at the smallest
CASH PRICE. J- D- GOODMAN,
je 3 No 134 Main st, opposite Esgle Sqr
HE HISTORY OF RICHMOND, BY
JOHN P. LITTLE, M D.-A very
ing work-written in an easy, graceful style
well calculated to please-containing ™j*|j
ble information respecting this ?!. th ®
Dominion " No Virginian should be without a co
py of tbi» desirable littie work. _ k
It can ba obtained by calling at MORE 8 8 Book
Store, where also can be found a
stock of every thing corop isedin the Book and
Stationery line. , „
Do not fail to call at 97 Main St., before pureh.s
ing elsewhere " *
fVEARRHCBA RBMBDV.-p« experience
II of hundreds in this city who hare used this
cr itxk;
tickneif of th® stomach and all derangement of the
suxnach and bowels; for sale by „ t/vv r
uu C""MOO*.**o" ***"
s»!»!«pafc r-fc
•ttn return by moonlight, talking the dUtanc?.
guinr and returning, about ISO mild
Bach an opoor; unity, by so Urge and fine a
£•*»*, haa never belore beet printed. She will
T e ■*-'* berth, at Rocketta. at 3 o'clock precisely.
A seoUMoan with a lady will be charged only SO
c ' s ° t * f*^V,. * gentleman alone 75 oenta.
fp J~^~ c be provided tor the oecaaion, and re
.iu caß bad on bo rd the boat.
boat 016 Wh ° Will ® u ' wl " W u they enter the
jH24* ntl excladod > except with families.
MOOWLIWHT htciiu.
JMSfiHKbiOM, MILITARY AMD CIVIC —
•a* tiff "J""??; Lieut. A. llicbarda, command-
Rlwr e « .L r fltth anou * l «*eur*ion down
u wharf at Rock*tU at half naat 7
pany Sadler, or any o«cer of the com
J.S3-1W A.iA^ L fc»™,Y&.
MFINJK FASHIONABLE HATS "
Just received a few dozen more of th w W
uiar new style Canton Straw Hats, which <V,r ,h»
latt lew weeks have been so much called for
AU-.efew more doiensof those beautiful Milk
white Nankeen and Pearl color.high and low crown
soft t reach Felt Hats for Gentlemen and Boy (
Public attention is also invited to a good assort
ment of very hands ime fashionable Black Moleskin
dress Hats of my own manufacture, at the low
prices ot $2 50, $3, $3 50.
JOHN DOOLEY,
* 9 8i Main street.
PIANO FOttTtS.—f.H.
Ep[|-*S Vl f is constantly receiving
U 7 9 f? fl««rerior Piano Fortes rom Nunn
u » II * & Clark, snd other celebrated mak
ers, and asks the att-ntion of purchasers to his
Stock, which he will warrant, and will sell at very
moderate prices.
Pianos repaired, Tuned, let on hire, and taken
in exchange, at his Piano Forte anc Music Store
je 21—ta 160 Main Street.
gfgryyj?) TKUNKS • —1 nave a large sup
p'y of Trunks on hand worth from
25 to §26, embracine all sizes and
styles of lini h ; also, a large assort,
ment of Carpet Bags. Being exceedingly anxious
to dispose of *he whole lot. the greatest opportunity
for great bargains is now offered, for cash. Call
and examine—l've got the Trunk to suit you
J. D. GOODMAN,
je 21 No 131 Main Bt., opposite Eagle Square.
«STIL.I, THEY COME. —A very
large Turtle will be served in every
style at THE ARBOR to-day. Tnis
is the fatiest one we have nad, and
those who feel like extins something first rate, may
depeud on getting it to day, by calling at
ALLEN'S,
je 25—2t Comer Main and I2 f h street*.
WILLIAJI JltAlt bef;s leave to
inform his friends and the public general
ly that he hxs commenced the Hoaae,
Sign and Ornamental Painting, wiih his
imitation of Woods and Marbles, which he is de
termined to do in the best manner. Orders punc
tually attended to.
Shop, on 4th street, between Broad and Marshall
etrepre. je 14— im*
MBY THK STEAMER ROANOKE,
I have received 9 cases of those beautiful white
and pearl Nankin felt Hata, ta which 1 invite the
attention of all gentlemen who appreciate an ele
gant and comfortable head covering.
JNO. THOMPSON,
67 Main street.
P. S.—l have still on hand a full assortment of
Canada Straw lints, as also every kind of Hat
that atcient or modern history gives any account
of- J. T.
je 23
MKOR ItKNT, a first rate large Brick
Dwelling, with every convenience, situated at
the intersection of Marshall and Sixth streets. This
house has lately been repaired and beautified
throughout. It has about 10 rooms, and is delight
fully situated. Rent 8400 p»r annum; and posses
sion may b9 had immediately.
TOLER & COOK,
je 2-2 General Agents
«Jj| FOR KENT. two newly built three story
JEt'ls Houses, wiih jaa pipe» throughout—on Main
street, b tween2nd and 3rd ttr< ets Apply to
my 26—ts W. GOD DIN
aFOK RENT. — J'bree ortices, suitable tor
professional men—one adjoining our office,
in Lisli's Row, and the other two in the Law Ruila
ing Apply to us. TOLER <3c COOK,
je 17 General Agents.
FOR RENT —A small brick tenement on
■iiil Church Hill, near the residence of Mr.
Uutchiuson. Rent, $7 per month.
el 7 TOLER &. COOK, General Agents.
MFOR KENT— PogMesNioii given ini
mediately—The dwelling over the store of
Mr Wrn. S. Thaw, on Broad street, containing 5
good rooms and one bath room, w th all neceseary
out hou« :s. in good repair Rent $1 75 per an
nu:n. Appiy to WM. GOULDIN,
je2s—3i General Agent. Governor street
t HOUSE WANTED.—Wanted, iti th-i
upper part of the city, a Dwelling House, suit
tor a small family. Apply at this office.
je 25—3t*
KoU WAsHI.MiTON AND ALEX
25S&ANDR1A —Th>. good schr. Ch»s. F. A.
Call, Myers, master, having the greater portion of
her cargo engaged and going on board, wiil have
immediate dispatch. For balance of cargo, apply
to
je 25—4t W. D. COLQUITT.
VIRGINIA WORM K.ILL.ER.—This sate
and certain worm destroying medicine is in
the form of a pleasant sjrup, so palatable that
child ien readily and eager y take it. Tnere is no
mistake about this. It can be depended upon as
safe sad prompt in expelling worms from children.
If no worms should exist it will act only as a
getitie purgative and no possible injury can result
to the most tender infant, from its use. For sale
by E. J PICOT,
je 23 Corner opposite the Old Market.
HAY.— 214 bales Hav,fper schr Martha Collins.
JB7 bales per schr C P Brown, daily expected.
For sale to arrive by
je 24 JNQ. W WRIGHT.
Great bargains in cabinet
FURNITURE —We return our sinceie thanks
to the citizens of Richmond for the liberal pa
tronage we have received, and beg leave to say to
them and to our country friends, that owing to the
small space we have to exhibit our Furniture, and
the quantity we have on band, we have come to
the conclusion to sell the following articles at cost:
2 dozen Mahogany Parlor Cbairs, spring s-eat
30 dozeu Cane sea'., variety of colors and shapes
18 Ladies' Dressing Bureaus; 2 Secretaries
8 Book Cases; 10 Solas, 10 Mahogany Rocking
Chairs
6 elegant Marble top enclosed Wash Stands.
Also—Wardrobes, Sideboards, Taciles, Bedsteads
of oil kinds, Cribs, Cradles, Hat Rack?, and a vari
ety of other articles in our line, wricb we will sell
20 per cheaper than can be purchased in the
city. J. & W. SATTEK WHITE,
je24—4t* Corner of Franklin and 1 8th «t».
CUUPKKT£&B' TOOLa.-W. S. Jt. «.
J DONNAN ask the atteution of Carpenters
and others to their c( rapiete assortment of tool*,
cousisting of—
Bench and Moulding Plane*, every variety.
Hand, Pannel, Tenon and Cross Cut Saws, part
•uperior.
BestC. Steel Socket and Firmer Chiaels, all
size*.
Turner'* Cbitela, Plane lions, Drawing Knives
Shingling, Chopping and Broad Axe*, Ca*t Steel
Augur* and Bit:*, Iron and beat Plated Braces,
with IS to 48 Bitta
Measuring Tape*, Hammer*, Compasses, Di
vider* and i and 4 fold Rule*; part of tbeftaeatfia
iihed Ivory, which we offer for sale on thai a west
term*. W. 6. * G. DONNAN,
j e 23 No 19 Pearl street.
F" AkIJLY AMP Kim FJLOUB.—We
have toote superior family Floor,of the follow
lag brand*: C T Mllla. Oeaito, Haxall and
McCiußg'*. Also, extra Scott*viiia lnapection, for
**je 16 FRY fc McCANDLIBH.
!»*»■»"■ "'■■'tS ***
37 14 eta a Mt StotjTaSwS
37 I S cta_apatf;Bwtoa Edging,and Inaerttoga,very
eheap; white dotted Maslina, besides a great varie
ty of different Goods too numerous to mention.
Gentlemen a' ai.k Umbrella* $3 SO. worth #6.
„ Alao, the remainder of a atock of Ribbons of a mil
linery establishment, from C to 19 1-2 eta per yard.
Come and see, yon will sot be diaappointad.
I. MILLHIBER k BRO.,
J* 81 193 Broad street
RUN, ICIJN, HUM! White yon are running,
don't forget to atop at ABRAHAM LEVY'S,
Jr.. SOI Broad street. AS in want of Dry Deeds
•r Aksss, should give LEVY a call. Be ia de
termined to close out bis stock as early aa possible,
and, therefore, offers great inducement* to parcba
sets. He haa on hand a complete assortment, and
insiders it uaeless to enumerate the variety of ar
ticles and the extremely low pricea at which be ia
selling, out earnestly aoiicitaa call from all in want
of article* In kii line. Those who do not feel in the
humor, or are not able to run, will bear it in mind,
tbat Naylor't Omnibuses will to hit
•tore for the small sum ot 6i cents, and they can
make a save of at least from 10 to 25 per cent in the
purchase of their goods. Recollect the place for
bargains is at ABRAHAM LEVY'S, Jr.,
J* 22 201 Broad street.
R SOLUTIONS AND DEBATES OF 1798—J
w - RANDOLPH haa published a new and
more conveniently arranged edition of the Virginia
Report of 1799, 1800, touching the Alien and Sedi
Don Law*; together with the Virginia Rosolutiona
of December Si, 1798 The debateand proceedings
thereoi in t'.e Home of Delegates of Virginia, and
several otner documents illustrative of the Report
tlso ° - : 18 V0 ' hßtt Ca,f bindin ß-pnce
The Ba'tiinore Convention having made the Res
olutions of J9B a part of the Democratic plctform,
ui W -°IL S aß , becomp an important and indispen
sable 1 ext Book for all the faithful.
As but a small edition was published, and as
there are a great many persons that swear by
these resolution;, who never read them, I would
ad vise an early application to secure a copy It
will be sent by mail iree of expense, to all who
will remit the price in money or stamp, por-paid
Jf22 J. W RANDOLPH.
Bargains in spirajiEit dress dry
GOODS.—I have in store a large assortment of
Lawns, French Muslins, embroidered white and
colored Swiss Muslins, embroidered Hernsnnis
super rich figured (.plain and satin plaid) Bareges'
Barege de L -ines (thin texture.) All new et |lee
purchased in New York this season. A'so, em
broMered Cur ain Muslins, nice fig'd black Lace for
Caps and Mantiilas, nlain and checked Ginghams
Summer Cloth end Drilling. All will be sold very
cheap lor cash, at WM. J. SWORDS',
j ft 1~ 225 Broad street.
Richmond building and loan
FUND ASSOCIATION.—An act of incorpora
tion having been obtained, it ia desired that every
member of the above Association will attend a
meeting [postponed from the 19th on account of
sickness of the President. Sre ] to be held at
Bosher'a Hall, on SATURDAY next the 26th inst,
at early candle light, whea a constitution and laws
will be submitted "to themembera. Kach and every
member will be then expected to pay in his first
instalment of $1 per share.
je 19—7t THE COMMITTEE.
M ROSENBERG, of Poland, Fashionable
• Hair Cutter and Dresser, praciices
in Cupping, Tootli-Drawing. Bleeding,
Leeching and Vaccinating, opposite the City
Hotel rtar Room, Wall stree, Richmond Va.
Mr. R. has exercised bis talents in the above
branches iu seme of the principal Hospitals of Eu
rope.
N. B—Surgical operations performed with little
or no pain.
Mr. R has always on hand a fne assortment of
Swedish, Hungarian, and Poland Leeches. Give
me a c; 11 and you will find my charges reasonable,
je 22— lm-
JUNE 18, 1854—8Y ROANOKE.—Just
received, a handsome lot of Fashionable Be
rage Delaines
Children's and M sses white Cotton Hose at 131-2
cts per pair
Striped Linen for Boys' Summer Clothing
Embroidered Muslin Curtains
White Linen Drilling lor Pants, very cheap,'at
HART 4 MOSES',
je 18 New Store. 63 Main street.
FLEAS! FLEAS!!—A fresh supply <f the
celebrated "Flea Poison," just m»de. Last
wraraer tnis preparation gave entire satisfaction; as
it is perfectly simple, and in its application to dogs,
cats, horses, colored children's heads, &c , it is en
tirely successful in removing fleas and all other
troublesome insects Made and sold by
je 23—fit O. A. STRECKFR.
IF YOU DOUBT, COME AND SJKE.-
Lawns at 5 cents, Linen Cambric Hdkfs cts,
Delanes 10 ctt, fienest French iO to*2s cts: Barages,
Tis«ups, Crape Shawls, with a large assortment ot
Staple ai d Fancy Dry Goods, all sailing off at great
bargains. LEVY'S Cheap Store,
j«23 15 and 59 Wain street
HANOSOMfc BAREGES <fc TISSUES.
We nave still on hind a verj handsome lot of
Bar ges and Tissues, together with a great macy
other style dress Goods, which we are desirous of
telling cheap as the season is advancing, at
CHAS. HARTWE'.L ic CO.'S,
je 23 107 Broad street.
WMNGS.-JACOB MULL. 16th street, be
tween Broad and Marshal! streets, is prepared
to execute, in a faithful and workmanlike manner,
the above description of work. Awnings, Sack
ing Bottoms, Tents, Marques, Tarpaulins, Wheel.
Ropes, and all ether kinds of splicing done at
short notice and on reasonable term*.
BP Orders left at the Hardware Store of Smith
& Harwood, or as above, will be attended to.
je 17—lm
NOTICE. —For the benefit of others. I hereby
certify that I have received more benefit from
two bottles of Baker's Premium Bitters, in my sick
ness with the Dyspepsia, than any thing 1 ever hare
tried, with the assured confidence that it will ex
terminii'e that annoying disease. 9
(Signed) JOHN £. BROOK,
Richm. iid, June Bth, 1852. je 15 ta
EDUCTION IN PRICES OF BON<
NETS.—I have a very good assortment of Bon
nets, ((or Ladies. Misses and Children) the greater
Sorticn of which have been recently received from
ew York, and as the season is advancing I will
sell them at reduced prices.
MRS. SWORDS,
Fashionable Millinery Ware Rooms,
ie 19 235 broad street.
N. B. Superior Neapolitan Silk and Crape Bon
net*. of rhe newest styles, at a verv reduction
IVf ARTIN'S SUPERIOR G(JITAK&.—
1" NASH A. WOODHOUSE will receive in
day or two. a choice assortment of superior Guitars
from the celebrated "Mai tin."
They have also tor sale eace'lent Guitars of other
milkers, at low prices. je 19
BACON.— 20 hhds Baltimore cured Sidt-s. part
small; 50 hhds Western cared Shoulders, 5
hhds sugar cured Hams, landing and in store, for
sale by
je 22 JOHN H.CLaIBORNE.
Marshall salt Ari.OAT.-e9Bsack.
expected daily k per schooner Merchant, lor
sale bj
fe22 JOHN H CLAIBORNE.
QAA HAIR OF BLACK. AND SLATE
OU\l COLORED GAITER? AT SI 50 per
paJr, jit»t received at HI!! 9. —The subscriber
has jusi received another supply of Gaiter Boot', at
the low price of $1 50 per pair. They are a first
rate article for the price ALEX. HILL.
je 31 Mo 127 Main street. Richmond. Va.
f MPORTED~CIGA R5.—65,000 superior Ha
1 vana Cigars, part Lordon sixe, in store, for sale
by jell BACON A BASKERVILL
IYJASII dk WOODHOUSE have received—
Black wot d» Magazine Imt June, 1852
No. 4 Bleak House, by Dickens
Part 19 London Labor and London Poor
No. 23 Lossing's Pictorial Field Book of the Re
volution
V 01.3 Lamartine'tHittory of the Restoration of
Mttotrcbj In Khmmi
Marco Paul's Voyages and Travels for children
and youth, bv Abbott
Graham's Msgasine for July. je 99
en BROS PRIMS WESTERN SIDES
OU AND SHOULDERS; < bWa prime Western
Lard, for sale low to dose consignment
jelg L. D. CRENSHAW * CO.
D LASTING POWDEB.-SJO kega afloat,
D for Ml* by
>94 DAVXMPOBX, ALLKX * CO.
d |Mi f 3
i-i y, . -ILSS ■ .W,u , i!
" C^ QEQ, j summer, ABet .
„ ■' *AMB» W. TATLfIiT
FrMa J ■*«) the ad July commcwLi 2* 5
dock,P.M., monute %
Locnat AUey, between Main and Fmfcu
adjoining the property of jJh?
f renting 2.> feet and raoning baek l»2i w
foot alter. The boose i. in
ing been recently tboroaghly repaired adkaiw
pie see nmmodaiions for a large family This nro
perty ia located in the very heart at the city and
ia desirable from ita contiguity to the wriarir.i
places of business. ™
Txbms—i cash: the balance at ft, IS and 18
moatba. for negotiable notea with internet added,
and secured by a deed of trust,
je 85 JAUKS M TAYLOR. Auct
TWO VALLABLK LOTS 09 GROUND
OH C..RY AND 21 ST STREETS AT AUC
TION—Wi Ibe sold on Tuesday next, the 99th
inatant, commencing at 5 o'clock, P. U., upon the
premises, two vacant lota of ground, situated r m
the north aide of Carr itreet, at it< Intersection
with the west line of 21at street, fronting 40 feet 6
inches each on Cary street, and rnnning baek 198
feet to an alley. In view of ita contigaity to the
Dock, and the concent! ation ot busincas there
abouts which must "necessarily result, from the ma
ny improvements in coarse of construction, the lo
cation of this property ia very desirable for a fac
tory, warehouse or lumberyard.
Terms : -One-third cash, balance at 1 and 2
years with interest.
By request of the owner.
■H23 JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auctr.
BY WKLLINKTOWtHtDPIN.
VALUABLE RESIDENCE AND BUILD
ING LOTS IN THE TOWN OF SYDNEY,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION—Mr L HD.nce having
purchased a large Farm, and intending to remove
theieon, wil! expose to sa'e at pubii: auction, on
Tuesday,29th June, at 5 o'clock, on the premis
es, his neat and desirable cottage residence in
the town of Sydney, at the corner of Harvie and
Federal streets, with all the buildings attached
thereto—all new, in first rate order, and sufficient
for tbe accommodation of a moderate sized fam
ily. After the salf of the dwelling, there will
be sold 10 beautiful building lots, fronting on the
North line of Kim wood street eacl c " feet, running
back 180 feet to an alley. Also, 8 wilding lots
fronting on the North line of Ftdfc.v set, of the
same size and depth af the _
Tzkms—One-third cash, balance at 6 and 12
months for negotiable notes, interest added, and
tule retained till the last note shall be fnlly paid
Je22 W GODDIN, Auct.
BY JOHN K. P. PAYNE, Salesman.
P EAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.-By vir
tueof a decree of th'j Circuit Court af Chan
cery for the county of Henrico pronounced in the
suit of Bullington vs. Anierton, et ais ,on the 9th
day of June, 1852. will be offered for sale at public
auction on Saturday, the 19th day ot the present
month, the House and Lot in the proceedings in
said suit mentioned; said house and lot being the
one recently occupied byWm W Anderton, situa
ted in wbatis known as Duval a Addition to the city
of Richmond. The house and improvementa are
said to oe ia good order, and the property to be a
desirable one for a small family.
Tebms—One fourth cash; balance in two instal
ments of 6 and 12 months, title retained until con
veyance i* directed by the Court.
By order of the Commissioner
jelo J R. D. PAYNE, Auctr.
abive sale is postponed to Wednes
day, the 30th June.
By order of the Commissioner,
je 14 J. R. D PAYNE, Auctr.
ALLABLE JIEAL ESTATE O
* LATS THOS. RUTHERFOORD FORSALK.
The executors of tbe late Thos. Kutherfoord hav
ing sold a large portion of his real estate, have au
thorised me to offer, at private sale, the following
property, viz:
About 130 eet of ground, South side of Mar
shall street, between Monroe ind Henry ttreets.
About 60 do Morth do Bread do do do do
About 2C'O do South do Cary do at the corner of
Adams street.
About 300 do on either side of Cary street, or
Plank road.
About 300 do North side of Byrd street, at the
corner of Adams street.
Abuse 300 do South do do Main, between Madi
son and Henry streets
89| feet of ground on a street 20 feet wide, be
tween 14th or Pearl street anci Jsth street, adjoin
ing Messrs. Davenport, Alien Jt Co., and near the
Danville Raili oad Depot.
3 new brick tenements on Pearl street, next to
Messrs Nace & Winston.
2l2feet uround on North fide Main street, be
tween 26th and 27th streets, opposite to Liggon's
factory.
Half acre lot No 105 on South of Broad street,
nearly opposite to Mr. Greaner's resider.ee.
3 or 4 square* of ground on Venable street, be.
tween 29th. 30th 31st streets; also. 3 or 4 squares
North of Venabie street and East of Mr. V. Hech
ler's property.
340 acres of land about 9 miles above Richmond,
adjoining Dr Duval's and Gen 1 Peyton's farms.
A square of 4 acres, near Chelsea. Plats of the
property can be seen at my office.
For terms, apply to
je 7- 2«wlm W GODDIN.Auct.
Handsome farm on tub mead-
OW BRIDGE KOAD, 2J MILLS NORTH
WEST OF RICHMOND, FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber is authorized to sell the handsome Farm
on the Meadow Bridge road, two and a halt miles
north-west of Richmond, now in the occupancy of
Mr. Thomas Trowers, containing sfs acres. The
improvements are ail new, and large enough for
a moderate sized lainily. For terms, apply to
je 24—eod2w W. GODDIN, Auct.
FOR SALE, a FAR 4 ol about 170 acres, 4
miles East of Richmond, in an excellent neigh
borhood, with improvements of the first order.—
Purchasers are invited to s«e this Farm before pur
chasing elsewhere. Terms liberal. Apply at this
office. jelß—Bt*
NOTICE.— Until the lirst day of July next, G
L. BETTY is hereby apDointed and authorised
to sell the stock of Hata, disc., on hand, for cash
only, agreeably to the provisions o< a deed of trust
executed to me for the benefit of bis crediting and
duly recorded in the Clerk's office of the Hustings
Court, after which date due notice will be givm of
a public sale, and until that tiaie said Betty is au
thorised to receive payments as my agent for auj
monies due. EfWD. D. EACHO, 'I rustee,
my 10 —2awtd For G. L. BK TTY.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS—Ttiesub
scriser having purchased of Mr Peirpvint the
right of manufacturing his celebrated Seed Se
parator and Straw Carrier, invtea *M who
are in want to call and e*amine the cheap and stm
ole machine before purchasing el» waeie,
y PHILIP KAHM,
Eagle Foandry, on Cary, between Pearl and 15th J
streets. je 12—2aw6w
I.AO OF OCR l.VlON—*ext week's (Jo
ly 3J) number of tnis splendid LITERARY
PAPER, commences a new volume, and will ap
pear in a greatly improved style, with a new J re's
throughout; a new acd beaatHuUy desigaed head,
new, original, and expressive designs f>r the vari- .
ous departments, and in every respect greatly beau
tified. In the same number will be commenced a
highly interesting novelette from the pen of Dr J H
R6binson. author of the WHITE ROVEH, REB
EL SPY, ftc, entitled
THE LONE STAR,
OR, THE TEXAM BRAVO
The scenes ol whieh being laid in the Sooth and
South-West, among the si rring events o! the early
period vif the history of Texas, it cannot fail to
prove deeply inter) snog, and will be a rich treat for
the many readers of THE 'LAG. To secure the
volume and novelette complete, tubtcribe tarty—
price #2 aer year, aad delivered la any part of the
city. THOMAS H. GREBHAM, Agrnt,
je 24 raty Broad street
SMALL LOT OF F&lftKK BCTTB&,
tor afe by
my DABtfEJT * HAXE&
T AKD 01L.—5 Ibk of Mtperkir qMHtyTFr
li sale by
•j i. :r j j" 'BW - *«"'M «* K
* ' «. , 'V {
m jbuvAi# v
£sS^*Kr3Mffi
mII •dwhSSjT^ilj^j^
<*y willm MM teftSS JSi^Jg**
the m)d will oouMice with the ku
j buuoo'i farm. Hf S4k.
Terms—Oo**Mrt<»sh, balance at four and slate
months, for negotiable notes, interest added. M&T
red by «n approved endorser, or thfe
j"*» w eooptw, A^wi!!ttL>
L**» SJI otfit (fir MU k
a«e« of LAND In Henrico, containing 515
«»i lying about eleven mile* froaa HWimondTrt
is bounded on the west by the Richmond rnJ.
tewbnrg and Potomac Reread, wdo«
f**®?" % *fe« Chickabotniay Crr«k. The wW.
trsct is of excellent «u«ttty. hw about m
tb, «•«
are of the tnt order. We will —»
wto thta land, ahonld the purchaser prtfj 2 £
,toc * rf wr «7 description. and the farmsn*
menu of ew.y kind- A. it rarely
such property m thia gets Into marke» " Jd m£2
is now much sought, we would i*i»d —"
of the propriety of their applying without il-uT^
toßl : W TOLgrajy-
J* 2l Oaoeral A seats
L> It'HMONII HANLPALTOHV _,wi
IVand Silver Pencil Cases; the ever pointed Pall
manutacturcd by as experienced workman u ~
in the United State*, and recond to none.
Spectacles of vaikms kind*, and those rriinsi
by ourselves, positively restoring the sight -- —-
as aitificial means can.
Tlse Ever Flawing; Fountain Pen, modern
invention, combining skill with simplicity, and no
doubt a* expressed by many. "7V invention *f
tkit agt" For farther particular* please call at the
office and examine for yourselves, as to the utiiitv
workmanship, and durability; and decide whether
it is reality or a humbug.
Mmmfactoiy at the corner of 11th and Main st
office in room formerly occupied by the Richmond
Library.
Pens re-pointed and warranted to stand
ap3 RICHMOND MANUFACTORY.
Tiakjs CAKE OF YOUK uinss ANB
YOU WILL HAVE DOLLARS.—The sob
scribers have just received a large assortment of
Ready Made Clothing, adapted to the season,.
which they will dispose ot »t a very small advance,
for the ready money. All who are iu want ctf Cloth
ing give us a call, and you will save 85 to sUper
cent. Our motto is quitk sa.es and small profits,
lor cash only.
NEWMAN ft C.REENTRKE,
Opposite American Hotel, Richmond, Va.
je 12—lm*
'pwo HCNUSBD THO(JI?ANO ~vEg*
J. Susquehanna oosrd°, 25,000 feet Oak Board*,
superior article, for sale low Irom the wharf, by
ft H WHITLOCK,
je 25—4t 'Comer of Cary »nd 18th *t,
IVOR* TABLE C'tTLKHY.—A few lets
Joseph Rogers a Son's Ivory balanced handle
Knives and Porks, of 51 and 53 pieces; also in doz
ens; and Knives only, beirg the residue of oar
spring importation—for sale at reduced prices by
C.J. BINTON A CO,
Importers oi Cutlery,
je 25 Sign of »he Circular Saw, 71 Main sr
VALUABLE ARTICLES OF DI&T
* FOR THE SlCK.—Freshly ground Rice Flour,
Orvls' Corn Starch, genuine Bermuda Arrow Root,
Hecker's Farina, Pearl Barley. Sago, Tapioca,
French Gelatine, Oat Meal, Ac. Ac, for sale by
BENNETT & BRERS,
i R - 5 Druggists. 125 Main street
OTACK TO CLGUKtj OF COURTS IN
VIRGINIA.—J W. RANDOLPH, Bookseller
and Binder, 121 Maic street, Richmond, is prepared
to furnish, at short notice, all kinds ot Clerk's
Books, made of the be<t materials.
J. W. R. has manufactured Blank Boob for
tbe principal Banks, Clerks ai d Merchants in Vir
ginia for the last 14 years. je II
SAFKH.—A further tupoiy,
(a:id we always have on hand all size*.) of Her
ring's really Are pro of Safes at the Mew York fac
tory prices, delivered in the city, warrarted to be
the genuine kind, to stand the moat intense heat,
and to preserve its contents from injury.
FRY <fc McCANDLIsH. Agents,
3 Cary street.
KNTH> DR?«S BOOT*.—Another «■(»•
ply just receivf d of these b autiful and supe
rior French Calf Dress Boots, at No 43 Main street,
sign of the Big Boot, by
r 19 WILLIAM WALqH.
PktMlif.-i have just received•»
A lot of the above article, which I-csn recom
mend as fresh, and an excellent article for family
use. Call at ANTONIO PiZ2tNl'«,
J e ' Ui.der City HoMi.
EMCONOiIIIf WRALTH.-FHAjriLiM
| CLOTHING STORE.—The subocribew,met
chant Tailor*, would respectfully inform ihe citizens
of Richmond and Its vicinity tbat they hare estab
lished, at No. Main Street, Richmond,
Vs., a branch >f their Philadelphia Clothfr;g Ware
bouae. where they now have ready inspection
one ot tbe largest and moat superior stocks ot Beady
Made Clothing in the city Or Richmond, of tbe nrr
best material* and workmanship, which we will
sell from. 20 tt 2i per cent less than any otttftr es
tablishment It the city.
Also, a large stock of gentlemen'* iu-ntsbing
Goods, such as Shirti, Collar*, Cravat*, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Glove*, Suspenders, Ac
R DECOB A CO,
ap 10—d3m Mo 133 Main street.
Nkw PODNULANB herrings.-*)
bbl* landing, for tale by ,
je24 WILLIAMS A BRO.
Afi FAIL.!) FAMILY LARD,ja*tr*e«l»ed
tI vf per steamer, for sale by
je 24 WIM.IAM® A BRO.
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON POtU
Ij TEK.—<O casks Teonent'* Pcotcc Ale and BSb
bert'* London Porter, in store and for sale by
j024 WILLI* M« A BRO.
L'Mf COAL.—A lot ol large tump itirtAra
clte Coal, suUable for f undry purpose*, for
•ale by JNO W. WKIGHT,
Je 24 Dock Wharf.
INSBED 01L.—15 cs»*s prime red Oil,
just to band and for sale by
je 24 O. A. JjTRECKER.
\I7HITB LEAD.- - tons Lewis' White Letd,
* v in oiL for sale low by
je24 OA eTRECKB*.
SPI H. TUKPKfITIMC.-ill bbis rtpt».**r
pentiae, on band awi ffrr rale by
je 24 O A. STBfr.CKEg.
Ground spices—warranted pure..
Pepper, Clove*, Ailspice, Cinnamon, Ginger,.
and Tumeric, for sale by
je 25 BENNETT A BEERS, Drugfial*.
PRESTON AND Mb RHILL'S YEAM»'
POWDEKS.—24 dcz of the superior Yeast
Powder, the beat in use, for sale by , ~ M''-
je 25 BENNETT A BEE*8,1)ru«BBl*.
I/nsBNtKOKCOFPttK-.A ui cent pajwr
A_S save* tour pound* .>f Coffee—«oUl by
j- 25 HEN NET T A BEER*. Dnutteta.
ELASTIC- filtMlt, to wetimu«(%
* feet, eacii with © upiiugs and pipe attached,
for rate by •» t
Je 25 JOHN O. CLAIRORN*
A INS WORTH'S NEW~m»RK.-Tb«n
t\ la*:ra««d Old Saint Paul'*, a ttleof the Plane
in London, by W H Aio* worth—iOct* , n i
Blackwood * *. for Jua«—33 cw t ?
at tbe Exchange Book is tore.
J«2S GEO. II W£§T4t BRtX.
and pure, for sale by
auLsasa.

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