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ARRRIVAL. OF STEAMER CANADA.
' Halifax, July 6.—The steamer Canada
bring? 83 passenger*.
1 ENGLAND.
Parliamentary proceedings were unimpor
"xhe house of Dixon, \\ alve &. Co., at Liv
erpool. had
The libel suit brought by Dr. Achilli, the
apostate Roman Catholic priest, against Dr.
|Sp«msnn, the apostate from the Church of
England for charging him with numerous
specified seductions and debaucheries, has
for three .toys, and caused great interest
London. The jury gave a verdict of
guilty. ... , „
I'he Negotiations going on between Eng
land. France and the United States, relative to
a reduction of postage, were still pending, no
g!) «»ft having liecn received from the United
States.
Tlx >rhr. Isabel, tilted out by Lady Friuk
iin. will soon soil.
The University of Oxford hod presented r
splendid gold salver to the American Bishops
now on a visit to England.
FRANCE.
The continued manifestation of opposition
to the President had affected the funds.
The Indian mail has arrived at Marseilles,
but brings nothing important.
On Tuesday the Assembly had under con
fjdciation the budget, and refused to assent to
some items. Louis Napoleon, who was watch
ing the proceedings from a private box, there
upon sent a note to the Piesident of the Assem
-11% stating that they had overstepped their
powers in refusing 'o assent to amendments
sanction* d by the Council of State. The meet
ing tii'ii broke up in confusion. Next day the
.\--enihly ugaiu took up the budget, and threw
overboard a grant of 1,745.000 francs for a do
nat'on of Senators. I'his iiad caused a fall in
th;- funds.
Cahet, Chief of the Nauvoo Icarians, an
nounces ttiat he will leave London on the 18th,
and that the fraternity intend applying for na
turalization as American citizens. He de
signs founding another Socialist Colony in
Testis.
Changarnier, Laitioirciere, Bedeau and
l.t do, have been cashiered for refusing to take
the oath of allegiance, but are allowed half
pay.
Two hundred and fifty political prisoners
had arrived at Havre for shipment to the Colo
nies.
TLe Moniteuris to be removed to the Palais
Royal, and published under the supervision of
a Governmental Committee.
> ROME.
Letters from Rome state, that the Pope will
commute the sentence of Murray, the Eng
lishman, into hard labor at the galleys.
SPAIN.
The French exiles in Spain had been order
ed to remove beyond the Ebro.
The l". S.frigate Cumberland, Com. String
ham, arrived at Gibraltar on the Bih, in 21 days
hom Boston, and sailed on the 10th for the
Mediterranean.
PORTUGAL.
Strobes' salt monopoly had cau. Ed a discus
sion in the Cortes.
The Explosion of the St. James.
New Orleans, July 5.— the steamer St.
Jaß;t - , whilst returning from Biloxi this morn
ing, brrst her boilers and burnt to the water's
edge, on lake Ponchartrain- About 50 persons
lost their lives, among whom were Judge Isaac
ot the Supreme Court, corporation
attorney Wolf, wiiha number of our most
prominent citizens. Many ladies and children,
returning from watering places, also perished.
Much distress arid excitement prevails through
out the city. The St. James was racing with
another boat
1 he steamer Cherokee has arrived from Ha
vana.
Frightful Accident —Dreadful Loss of Life.
ISlw Yohk. July 6, 12 M.—A frightful acci
den , accompanied by a dreadful loss of life,
occurred yesterday afternoon at Staten Island.
It took p'ace as the steamboat Hunchback
was rounding to at V'anderbilt's Landing. An
immense number of persons, men, women and
children, were upon the wharf which connect
ed 'he steamboat landing with the shore, when
it suddenly gave way, precipitating some six
ty or seventy into the river. Twelve bodies
were recovered up to eleven o'clock last
night, eleven of whom were women and child
ren. There are a great number seriously in
jured, besides, it is feared, many more are
drowned. Mr. Green, one of the editors of
the iN'ew York Herald, with his sister from
Philadelphia, were upon the wharf when it
gave way. They were rescued, however, and
will probably survive. The most of the un
fortunates w ere Irish and Germans.
SECOND dispatch.
New York, July 6,1 P. M.—Five addition
al bodies have been recoveied, making seven
teen in all. W.th the exception of this catas
trophe, the anniversary of our nation's inde
pendence passed off very pleasantly.
Native American Convention.
Tre.nton, July 6, 1852.—The Native Ame
rican National Convention assembled and or
ganized at this place yesterday. The Hon.
Jacob Brown was elected Chairman. Ten
States are represented, and it is supposed the
Hon. Daniel Webster will be nominated as
their candidate for the Presidency.
SECOND DISPATCH.
The Convention has adopted portions of the
Whig and Democratic platform. The name
of the party has been changed from Native to
American party. They adjourned to meet at
two o'clock this afternoon.
We understand that the statement in the
National Intelligencer of Alondav, on the au
thority of the "Courier des Etat (Jnis," that M.
le Comte Sartiges. the Minister of France
had been recalled, is incorrect. We can add
that we have teason to believe that his recall
or withdrawal from the Mission would be as
little agreeable to the Government as it would
he to society here and elsewhere.
National Intel.
(<reat Cure for Bowel Complaints.
The most sate and sure compound for Bowel Com
plaints, Pains in the Stomach, Cholera, Cholera
Morbus, Dysentery, P»iin in the Back, Sides or
Limbs, Toothache, Bruises and Sprains, is Dr.
Rose's Pain Curer. This remarkable preparation
gives metant relief to ail pains, and is used by the
old and young. Thousnnds have been relieved in
a tew minutes from the most acute pain. Jn bot
tles at 12J, i! 5 and 50 cents, and for sale by Bennett
Ac Beers, Adie<k G ay, Purcell, Ladd <fe Co, R. R
l>u»ai. O. A. Strecker, A. Bodeker, J. Blair, S.
Zichrisgoa, W. P t,odd Gavnor<fc jeSJ2
L Ijluiinent, 1m
K-uVflmeu!, Pr je re*», Growth. —Tnese are now the
order vt' tbfc day. And the great desire for these is
tlif, u-oving cause to the great advancement now in
operation in the Medical world. New light blazes
up and old practises and old mixtures are discard
ed. Ti.e six new astonishing combinations in the
Mustang Liniment enables it to penetrate flesh,
nerve and muscle, and drive out disease and assist
nature to recover her lost powers, and become
healthy, which is evidently the true cause why it
is so suciesstul and why so many physici*ns that
are acquainted wtb its virtues prescribe and re
commend it.
. rr If any .Han dounts that H. G. Jarre I's
Arabian Liniment is me greatest benefactor o' the
age, let him look around and he will Bud abun
dam evidence to scatter this scepticism to the
winds ; he will find ttiat as an exiernul application
in the disvase* both of man and Deasts, no medicine
wver discovered his effected as many and as re
markable cures. See advertisement.
For sale by PUtiCELL, LADD * CO.,
jy 3_2w Agents for the Proprietors.
e-- The Office of Che New Vork Her.
niladelphia ledger, Baltimore Sun. Baltimore
Clipper, and Gerund for all the Newspsoers.,
Magazines, arid Cheas Publications, is at 109J
fir.^ad str«*t, opposite 'he Broad Street Hotel,
THOMAS H. GREHHAM,
k . is General Agent
TKLbUtiAFHIC NEWS
TH AHBWTTBD fOR THE DAfLV OISPATCB
Csiinn,
Washington, July 7.
In the Sknatx, Mr. Clemens introduced his
resolution relative to the public printing. A
bill providing for the better security of life on
steamboat! was taken up.
Inthe Hol'sk, after discussion on the Senate
bill establishing roads, the Deficiency bill was
taken up.
Honors to the Memory of Mr. Clay.
Buffalo, July 7.
The remains of Mr. ClaT reached this citv
last night. Bells were rung and guns fired
and a grand torch-light procession escorted
the illustrious dead to the steamer Buck-Eye
Slate, which immediately left f or the West.
The, Remain* of Uot. Calhoun.
St. Louis, July 7.
i he party from Santa Fe. with the remains
® Oov. Calhoun, reached Kansas on Satur
day last, where they interred them with Ma
son, c honors. (It will be remembered that
Gov. ('.died a short time since, while on his
way from Santa Fe to Washington.)
Native American Convention.
» Trenton, July 7.
1 he Native American National Convention
nominated Daniel Webster for the Presidency.
Election of Telegraph Officers.
Washisoton, July 9.
At a meeting of the Washington and New
Orleans Telegraph Company, held in Wash
ington, to day, for the election of officers, the
old incumbents were re-elected, viz: Elam
Alexander, Mncon, Ga., President; Amos Ken
dall, Treasurer; Daniel F. Clarke, Macon,
Secretary. 'T. O.
Free Soil Convention.
Boston, July 7.
Ihe free soil State Convention met at Wor
cester yesterday, and passed resolutions
against slavery and in iiavor of intervention.—
Delegates were appointed to the Pittsburg
Convention. Subsequently,a resolution was
passed recommending Hale or Chase for the
Presidency.
Sailing of the Mngara.
Boston, July 7.
The steamship Niagara sailed to-dav for
Liverpool, taking out 70 passengers and $25.
000 in specie.
BALTIMORE MARKETS, July 7.
Sales ofßoo bbls. City Mills Flour at $4.18
to $4.25. Grain unchanged.
Ur. J. S. Hose's Narnnparilla.—
BLOOD PURIFIER.—A Great Spring and Summer
Medicine—This Sarsaparilla compound is made
trom fresh Honduras Sarsaparilla, and being com
bined with other ingredients, renders it the very
beet Sarsaparilla compound made, for purifyingard
enriching the blood, and to cure all skin eruptions
and skin disease*, scrofulous sores, venereal dis
eases and its bad eft'ects in the constitution, dropsi
cal swellings, rheumatism from the use of mercury,
biles, old sores, kidney and bladder affections,
cleansing the system trom mercury, and raising up
a weak and impaired constitution trom any cause.
It improves the appetite, enlivens the spiiits, and
as a summer drink in cold water, it is a pleasant,
useful and medicinal beverage. All families should
have a bottle by them. Quart bottles $1; small bot
tles 50 cents.
For sale by. Adie & Gray, Puree!], Ladd & Co.,
Bennett & Beers, R. R. Duval, Gaynor <fc Wood, A
Bodeker, O. A. tftrecker. J Blair and W-P.Ladd.
BP PRESERVE YOLK HEALTH
Now is the time for Cholera Morbus, Dyspepsia,
Bowel Complaints of various kinds, Dysentery and
Bilious Fever. Persons subject to either, or all of
these complaints, need not fear their attacks if they
will hut use a few bottles of Baker's Celebra
ted Premium Kitrem, the best tonic and alter
ative that the skill and science of man ever yet in
vented. These Bitters are purely vegetable in
their composition and entirely free from "all those
poisonous and nauseating substances that create a
languor and nauseousntss of the stomach wlien
taken; but having an opposite effect, they exhiler
[ ate the system, sharpen the appetite, expel impro
, per secretions create a healthful circulation of the
blood, and produce such a flow of spirits as of itself
tends greatly to relieve from indigestion and bil
ious affections. They may be taken by ooth sexes,
in every condition of life, and will be lound an in
valuable medicine for infants and aaults.
To be had in Richmond at the Drug Stores o!
A. BODEKER, ADIE <fc GRAY, BENNETT A
BEFRS, PURCELL, LADD <fc CO., and GAYNOH
& WOOD, Main itreet; H. BLAIR, VVM. P. LADI
and SEABROOK &. REEVE, Shockoe HilL
my 24—ts
The Greatest Spring Medicine! •
Carter's Spnnish mixture—The only Pu>
rifier of the Blood.—This wonderful and truly
valuable Medicine has been tried by a great nurn
ber of our citizens, and has performed more cures
(some most astonishing) than all the balance of the
articles so extensively advertised put together. It
is the only certain and unfailing remedy for MER
CURIAL DISEASES. It will cure Syphilis in the
primary and secondary stages, as can be testified
to by hundreds of grateful patients whom delicacy
forbids naming in public. For diseases of the
LIVER it has never failed. It positively cures
Scrofula and Eruptions of all kinds. Blotches on
trie Face, and roughness of the Cuticle are in a
short time entirely removed. Numbers of certifi
cates from gentlemen of the first respectabi ity
could be given, but as the article is made in the
county ot Henrico, any one not acquainted with
the medicine can s< e the maker in person. It con
tains no noxious or hurtful articles, can be given
with impunity in any weaiher, and will be found
the best medicine for the Spring which can be used,
or has eve t been tried.
Call and see the directions ,with a description
and history of the medicine and a number of
wonderful certificates from persons you know.
BENNETT Si BEERS, Druggists, No. ISS Main
stieet, are the sole Agents tor the sale of it in
Richmond, who will supply Druggists and others to
sell again, and to whom all orders must be addresi
ed, as it must pace through their hands.
my 4—3 m
[3P JilVEli PIL.L.S.—PREPARED FROM
Tilt MASS OBTAINED AT THE ROCKBHIDGE
(Va ) ALUM .SPRINGS.—The.e Pills are Diuretic,
Cathartic, Tonic aiwl Alterative in their effects up
on the system. They excite the actfbn of the Liver
ill many cases in which Calomel would have no ef
fect. They are also peculiarly efficacious in Fe
male Diseases.
The wonderful success which has attended the
U«e of the Ryckbridgr Alum Water and Pills for
many years, in a great variety of diseases, has ac
quired tor it a celebrity rarely ifever equalled, and
is steadily increasing. The most eminent Chemists
of the day have examined the Water and Pilss, and
found it possessed extraordinary Medicinal proper
ties. It has !>eea declared by the best authorities
to be a cure for every form cf Scrofula, Chronic
Liver D'seaseu all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach
mid Bowels, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diseases of th<j
Eyes, Mercu-ial Aftections, and.particulerly adapt
ed to ca.es of Passive Uterine Hemorrhage, com
plicated with derangement of the Liver and Sto
raach, and many other disorders arising trom im
purity of the blood-
For sale by Druggists and country merchants
generally throughout the United States.
Price •! per vial, $8 per dozen-
Druggists Bud others wishing to purchase in
Urge quant ties, or become Agents for the sale ot the
above celebrated Liver Pills, will
BOOTH ANDERSON & CHRISTIAN,
Alum or
j e 7 Columbian Hotel Kichmo d V«- _
TOBIAV V£N£TIAM
Hunt', do, Mexican Mustan* Liniment, Hewes
Merve and Bone ini'neut, tor sa'e by
jy« BENNETT * BEERS, Druggists.
AINT BRUSHES.—A lull aJMortmwic of
Adam* beat Paiut and Wall Bru«he< t Jusl to
b „a„d,o,-l,b, o. A. BTRECKER.
WANTS.
W M WKT NURSE, for whica the
y. %«*« price will be paid.
L*£*V® r Ml " • f-'°d COW and CALF.
- Jy "~ Bt ROBERT HILL.
W IMMBOIATBLY. -Five cr
Cerpenter* on a farm in Henrico
\mw Z* lw *sf l ® ei from Richmond, to finish *
ni which wh commenced under contract
oy Ed win Cocke, and which is now abandoned by
« '•» P ,y 10 NATm. L. PALESKK,
On the Farm.
W b > a youth who write* a lair hand,
»» a Situation in some «tore in tbe city. Satis
factory relerences can be glTen. Apply at this o -
° c * Je 19—ts
a gentleman not residing in
n,i« nd ' * ' oao . of ,rom *4,000 to
80,000, secured by alien on Real E'ta:.-, either
in or out o» the city. Interest will be paid semi
annually or quarterly as may be preferred Add. ess
Box 6.19 at the Post Office. je 26 d2w*
«TtUTLE SOL'Turtle Soup
Te-Day at "OUR
HOUj>E. All who w»nt something
first rate are invited to c»ll
jy 7 —T C. G. THOMPSON.
TURTLE SOLP
bp l ,»« rv el TO-DAY at -'THE
ARBOUR. Drop in and try a bowl.
, _ „ „ R W. ALLEN,
jv 7—2t Comer Main and 12th streets.
SUA .HIS to my house, on Oregon Hi:L
on tbe 28th of June, 1852, a brindle and
white COW and CALF. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove pro
perty. pay expenses, and take them sway.
jy B—lt* DAVID JONES.
TlfrU/ a STRAYED, from Mr. Walthall's
Shop, on Friday last, a ted COW, tole-
large, and has a smooth crop on
:be le't ear. |Any person returning
sai l Cow to me, or any information that will lead
to her recovery, will b<- liberally rewarded.
BENJAMIN HANCOCK,
jy B—fit* Near Hawaii's Mill.
MSTRAV COW.—Strayed trom
the residence of the subscriber, corner
ot Leigh and 'id streets, on Friday, the
id irist., a small young Red Cow,
with a white streak down her back the tip ends
of her horns sawed -.ffand a leather collar around
herneck She was raised on the farm of Capt.
Jno. Goddin. on the Brook Turnpike road, about 3
miles from this city, and is probably somewhere
in thit neighborhood. Any information that will
lead to her recovery will be thankfully received,
and a suitable reward paid, i£ demanded. Apply
to D. TRUE HEART,
jy B—2t* Corner of Leigh and 3d sts.
STRAYED, trom my residence,
on the Ist July, a bright red Cow, with
8 " 3611 borns, which are a little crooked,
very heavy with calt when she lefr.
I will give a reward of S5 to any person who will
return said Cow to me, or any iiilormation that will
lead to h.r recovery.
CORNELIUS JOHNSON,
2nd door this side of Wesley Chapel, on Valley st.
jy 7—3t*
SFtIR UK.NT—A neat Cottage, suitable
for a small family, on Bth, north f Leigh
street. Aoply at this office. jy g_ 3t
F'tUt HIRE—A valuable house SERVANT
and Lady's Maid, with one child, for the bal
ance of the year—well qualified for general service
in any decent family. Terms moderate. Apply a:
this ' ffice. jy B—ts
LE.fr T in my Dressing Room, about six mouths
ago, a very good SACK COAT The ownpr
will please come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take the coat. L. B. SMITH,
jy B—2t Exchange Hotel Dressing Room.
bmah »nm ot MONEY wrib picked
up on the street by ray aon. The person who
lost it, by giving a description and paying for the
advertisement, can obtain it by applying to me, at
the stoiv of Hart Sc Moses, 63 Main streut.
jy B—3t Mac. HART.
Books for thk hovie circle.
NAsH &. WOODHOUSE, Eagle Square, have
received—
Dollars and Cents, f<jurth edition, tw.i vols—l 50
Qupechy, by the author of the "Wide, Wide
World," 16th edition, two volumes
Hood's up the Rhine, with wood cuts, two parts
—05 ci nts; tine edition 75 cents
History of the Electric Telegraph, 8vo —$1
The Polypi of the Larynx, &.C., by DrH Green,
Bvo—sl
The Memorial to J. Fenimore Cooper, Bvo $1
Journey to Iceland, by Ida P hie Her, 12mu—25c;
fine edition 50c
iiotee Shoe Robinson, by J P Kennedy, revised
edition—sl 5u
Swallow Barn, by J P Kennedy, plates, revised—
61 75
The Napoleon Ballads, by Bon Gaultier—2sc
Book for a Corner, by Leigh Hunt—2sc; line edi
tion 40c
Hind's Popular Treatise on the Solar System—
25c; line edition 40c
Wide, Wide World. 18th edition, lv >—1 50
Claret and Olives, by A D Reach—2sc; fine edi
tion 40c
Home Narratives, editei by Dickens—2sc
Laj ard's Nineveh and its Remains, unabridged—
$1
Head's Faggot of French Sticks, filth edition—Sl
V alks ami Talks of an American Farmer in Eng
land—2sc; fine edition 40c
Hood's Own, with comic wood cuts—2oc; fine
edition 40c jy 8
Roughing it in the bush.-j. w.
RAN IJOLPH has for sale. July 8:
Graham's Elements of Chemistry, new edition,
w;th notes and illustrations, by R Bridges, M. D.—
Part I—»1 50 *
Cooper's Lectures on Surgery—s3
General Scott Almanac, 1853—6 c
Diary ot a London Physician, by Warren—2sc
July No De Bow's Southern and Wesiern Re
view. This number commences a new volume.—
Now is the time to subscribe
Wild Girl of the Nebraska, by C W Webber, au
thor of "Old Hicks, the Guide," die—'2sc
The Texas Virago; or the Tailor of Gotham,and
other Tales, by C W Webber—2sc
The Ruined Abbey; or, Gipsies of Forest Hill,
by Dr J H Robinson—2sc
Life and Pub'ic Services of Wintield Scott—l2c
Roughing it in the Bush, or life in Canada, by
Mrs Moodie, —2 vols
Nos 12 and 13 Putnam's Library—so
jy «
Choice suumek keaoing.—at
THE EXCHANGE BUOKSTORE.
The Sunny Side, or the Country Minister's Wife,
by the author of "Little Kitty and herßible Verses"
—37c
Letters of the Britiih Spy, by William Wirt, new
edition—62c
Craigallan Castle, or the Stolen Will, by Mrs
Gore—2sc
Shannoiicale, by Emma D E Southworth, author
of "Retribution," &c —25c
HWoise. or the Unrevealed Secret, by Talvi—37c
Hearts Unveiled, or "1 Knew You Would Like
Him," iy Sarah Emery Saymore—soc
Passages in the Lite of Mrs Margart t Maihard, of
Sunny Sido, written by herself— 50c
Ivar, or the Skjuts-Boy, a romance, by Miss Car
len, from the Swedish—2sc
Dream Life : a fable of the seasons, by Ik Marvr 1
—1 25
Home Ir duence: a tale for mothers and daugli
tera, by tirace Aguiilar, 2 parts—7sc
The Mob Cap, and Eleven other Tales, by Mrs
Caroline Lee Hentx, 1 vol—soc
The Rf»«ri?» »f a B;'ji^! n r, or a Book of the
Heart, by Ik Marvel—l 25
The I)a>s of Bruce: a utory from SeottLU Lit
tery , by Grace Aguiilar, 2 Vo s—sl
A Peep at "Number Five," or a Chapter in the
Lite of a City i'aator, by il 'Frusta, cut nor cl "Sun
ny Side ' —50c. For sale by
G. M. WEST &. BROTHLR,
jy 8 Under Exchange II jteL
ICOT'S LUSTKAL HAIlt TONIC, for
preservation, beauty, growtn, and restoration
of the Hair.
Do you wish elegant, luxuriant acd beautiful
hair f It you do, then hasten toprocure a bottle of
Picot's Lustral Hair Tonic. It excites the scalp to a
m w and healthy action, cleanses the be.id from
dandruff, and prevents tne falling otf of the hail ,
and renders it soft, glossy and beautiful.
No lady's toilet should b* without it.
Price, 50 and 25 cts per bottle. For sale by
jy 8 E. J. PICOT, Druggist.
LAKD.— 5w pails nice family Lard, received, tor
•ale by
jy 8 R. M BURTON.
PEPSIN* —Liquid ani Powder, tor sale by
BENNETi <fc BEKKs,
jy 8 Druggists.
Rectified whiskey.—3oo barrets
••Mountain Dew" brand, receiving and for a*le
by
j, g DAVENPORT, ALLEN *. CO
•^actssjfg&sijc^.
Drawn Hoe. Delaware Lottery 1 aa .
47 50 « 43
as" 1 * «•« -sKTSISyf
Also Caoitali: 95,000,1.500,1,057, sof Mn t~r
number*, 14 drawn. Tickets §15^
« LOTTHKY OFFICE,
No. 118 Broad Street, Shockoe Hil', opposite Fred
ericksburg Depot.
Drawn mos. Bel Air, 27:
77 30 46 39 16 37 62 67 52 72 23 6 19 1
Whole, 1 30 72
Fer Te-Day.—Carroll, 32 —Capital*: 1 of
?20,0«U ot 8.j68, 10 of 1,750, 1 of 750, 10 of 400,
10 ot 300, 4tc. 75 number*, 12 drawn Tickttt #5
shares in proportion.
, A 1 ® 0 ' p » t «P«o. 189.—Capitals: lof 1o f
1,350, lot 3SO. 78 numbers, 13 drawn. Ticket* tl
my 24—1 m SMITH
Pl'ATHA*l»s LOTTERY OFFICE,
WALL STBKRT, UNDER CITV HOTEL,
(Chalk's old stand.)
Drawn Nop. Patapsco, 187. July 6ih
-22 13 Ml 50 74 48 a 70 45 36 20 73
For To-Day.—Carroll County, 32 — Capitals :
€20,002, 8,868, 10 of 1.750,10 ot 780. 75 numbers,
12 drawn. Tickets #5.
Also, Small Fry. Tickets tl
jy 8 W. H. STATHAM.
LAMBERT'S OFFICE,
14th Street, under Exchange Hotel.
Drawn No* of Delaware, Extra, Class 30, July 6 •
72 37 5 9 14 75 62 2 11 22 74.
Drawn Nos Delaware, Class U'J, July 6-
47 50 69 43 20 6 30 34 78 70 76 54 32 64
Ticket o4 70 76, a prize of $.',468 80.
„ LAMBERT.
For To-Day.—Tbe Delaware State Lotters,
Class No. 31. Capitals; $22,000, 8 JOO, 4000, 2500,
2358, 15 ot 1000, <kc. 75 numbers, 12 dr& w n. Tick
eta i 5.
Also, Delaware, Extra, 32 Tickets $1 50.
jy a
STRATTON'S OFFICE.
For To-Day.—De:aware, Extra, No 32. Capital
$5,0 i >0- Tickets $1 50
also. Delaware, No 31. Capital $J2,000. Tickets
jy 8
OLGUi ili IT IN ibi, ItLf-il; or,
Life in Canada, by Susanna Moodie—l vol
12mo clo, 2 vs clo and 2 vols p»per
Up the Rhine, by Thos Hood—with comic illus
trations
The Knights of England, France and Scotland,
by Henrv Wm He.-bert,author of "tbe Cavillers of
England''—"Captains ol the Old World "
The Poetical Works of of Fitz-Greene Halleck—
new edition
Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph, in
cluding its rise and progress in the United States,by
Alexander Jones. For sale by
jy 8 A MORRIS.
OTS OK MiW BOOKS!—THOMAs H,
GRESHAM, 109 1-2 Broad street, has ju«t re
ceived—
GLEASON'tj PICTORIAL, V 01.2, from J«nua
ry to July, 1852, bound in muslin, gilt back and
edges. Price 4i. A splendid ornament for the
parlor or centre table.
ROUGHI'.G IT IN THE BUSH, anew number
ofPntnam's Library, by Mrs Moodie, 2 parts—2s
cents each.
THE PRAIRIE SCOUT; or. Agatone. the Ren
egade, a Romance ol Border Life—price 50 cents.
THE RUINED ABBEY, or the Gipsies of Forest
Hill, by Dr J H Robinson, author oi the Wnite Ro
ver, Rebel Spy. itc—price 25 cents.
Gracy Aguiilar's new woru, THE DAYS OF
BRUCE— #1.
LIFE OF FRANK PlEK.C"—price 25 cents.
KUSTATIA, or the Sybil's Prophecy, by Mrs
Sarah M Howe—price 25 cents.
THE GENERAL SCOTT ALMANAC for 1853
—6 cen's.
WEEKLY HERALD, TRIBUNE, POLICE GA
ZETTE for July 3.
PICTORIAL PICK
PICTORIAL PICAYUNE.
BROTHER JONATHAN.
Ya.nKEE IvOTiONS—all for 4th of July. For
sa!e, wholesale and retail. jy 8
wrttbt <iau w riITE h t i. fll l tt
O SfKINGS.—REDUCED FARE, INCitEASKD
ACCOMMODATIONS.— shortest. Cheapest,
most Comfortable and most Expeditious
Koute to (he Sweet and While Sulpliur
Springs.
From vVa-hington by the Richmond and Freder
icksburg and PotoiriaC Rail Road.
From Baltimore by the comfortable and low
pressure steamer Maryland, Capt G' E Mitchell.
Connecting at Richmond witn the Richmond and
Danville Rai'road.
Fare fr m Baltimore to White Suphur, $15 00
" Baltimore to Sweet Springs, 14 0'
" Wai-hiiigt'-ii to While Sulphur, 15 00
" Washington to Sweet Springs, 14 00
" Richmond to Whity Suiphur, 10 U0
•' Kichmond io Swee Springs, y 00
Leave Baltimore every Tuesday and Thursday
afternoon, at 4 o'clock, connecting at Aquia Creek
with the train which reachet. Richmond at 4 1' M,
the succeeding days.
Leave Washington every day in the week at 7 A
M, and 9 PM, and on Sumoay at 7 AM Passen
ger# by this route can arrive in the morning at 6
o'clk, at Richmond, and proceed thence, at 7 A M,
by'tlie Richmond and Danville Kailroad, 54 miles
aud by stages 6a miles to L,y neb burg, which point
they will reach at 10 PM. Leave l.ynchouig at 6
A M by the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, and
go 40 miles to breaktast, at Buford's, at 8 A M;
tnence 47 miles by stages, and arrive at the Sweet
Springs, at 8 P M; tnence on, 17 mile", over a
smooth Turnpike to the White Sulphur.
For comiort and expedition tbis route is unrival
led, and will recommend itseii to invalids ana gen
tlemen travelling with their families; and there be
ing only 4 meals to be taken between Ricnmond
and the Spring*, will mate it tHe most economical
route.
Tickets can be had on board the steamboats on
the Potomiic, and lrom Capt C E Mitchell on the
steamer Maryland and at the office of tho Rich
mond and iJanvil.e Railroad, Richmond.
jy B—ts iOHN H. OSBORNE Supt.
DIAJiKIUEA CLUED IN 30 MINUTES
by tue use ol th-' Cholera Mixture sold by
BENNETT &. BhEKS, Druggists,
jy 8 No 125 Main street.
A.MPTOM'S TINC.
l UftE, tor »ale by
jy 8 BENNETT 6i BEERS, Druggists.
KS. XJKKIS' CKDAiI TAH—price 75
cents, for sale by
jy 8 BENNETT *' BEERS. Druggists.
*J\J store and tor sule oy
jy 8 FRY & McCANDI.IS3.
OIL.— 20 bbls Machinery Rt fined Oil, tor sale
cheap by
jy 8 FRY fc McCANDLISH.^
UUitRMLVtII.- ioiissas QdicKsi;ver, just
to haud ana tor sale low by
jy 8 O. A. STRECKER.
BA.NiV Oh' VIKUI.MA, T~
kichmo.vd, July 6th, iC-V2. }
'PIIE President sua Directors of the Ban* of
A Virginia have this d»y declared a dividend ct
of four and a quarter j er cent out ot !be profits oi
the Bank tor tne last t.x months, subject to the de
duction of 4 per cent, bonus to the State, which
leaves four per cent or *2 cO {.er share, paya'-ie to
the tf.ckholdcrs on demand
jv 7—<l2w S\M'-"- MARX, Cashier.
,\j OTICE.—The President and DJieciors of the
i-« Clover Ki'l Rai,roaii Company have ceclareda
dividend ol fix percent. upo.-» the capital sloe* out
ot profits of the last six mouth® paysSj!e at !t»e of
fice of the Company on in 1 after the Ist day of
August Bi-zt. D. S. WOOLDRIDGE,
j? 7—diw Treas , C. H- R- & Co.
FAI q LIEK Si*Hl J*«»yr
4SS&S&&* VIRG'A CENTRAL RAILROA )
rci-ccd C» 99,
from Richmond to the F»uquier White fculpuur
Richmond at 6 12 o'clock
days, Thursdays onJ S«turdays, ay • w th „
Railroaa to Gordonsville, then"® Tuesday*, Thurs-
Springs. Leaves th« Spi®*V. p y aLt j arrives
day* and Saturday. * 4 »'«£**• * ■."*
in Richmotid . pfewant and very corn-
Passengers w»« coaches and teams are
fartabkj route M j£f dllctor , driver, not only
a.i good and - but gtctlcmen.
charged l»U the
can be secured at the' Central »•«-
Richmond, and ot D. M. Part* at the
9 - r • BAWYEa -
AUCTION SALES.
a===s==s
FUTURE DATS.
■T WHUWCTOW BWMII. ~
nniIABLI RfcHIDENCB OK LfiGff
AJjJTREBT FO* SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII
SjmMoo FWDAY AfTEUIOOM, the 9th July,
the premie commencing at 5 o'cioc*.
Wfc rt, , 1 ? Residence for a small
srj tftsn!f °2. g ,, *«*« newly opposite to
br Mr w>l • and lately occupied
Cow"<«»- THe bouse is L too/or
AfterWhieh im'Ef" kl,cbCT - *c.
Inn ting » fa£^,^ ll , *V?"" t L /* «»j°M»*fc
feet toandfc£ 8 * treet - ranning back 105
time and made known at the
il 3
— W. QQDDIM. Anct
•T JAMBS Si. TAYLOR
BMSSSKS3R&&™ on
SSS2Vv , ?ISS^mS>«S.
LOT situated on tbe ? * 9 uth T *?*f
luu-rsecuon with 24ih street, on «?' , iU
Chapfllaftely stood, fronting 70 feet Wesley
back 100 ft et This i, one VtTmS
i it °nte. ha ? J i ° U,,|t im P rovi »8 P»rtof
and will be sold in one or two Sou, aa purchwn
may desire.
Tbbms very accommodating, and made known
by application
jy a JAMES M TAYLOR, Aoct
TRUSTEE'S SALE, OF A LOT ON
UNION HILL.—By virtue of a deed of trust
executed by John 'W. Childress to the subscriber,
as trustee .to secure the payment of a certain sum
of money mentioned tbereir, and at the request of
the bentficiary therein, I shallower at public auc
tion, on Fridfty, the 16th Ju!y, the property con
veyed by said deed, being a Lot of Ground situated
on the north side of Venable street, near the Me
chanicsville Turnpike. 22J feet and running back
120 teet to a 11' foot alley.
'I he terms will be announced at the sale.
JAMES M. TAYLOR, Trustee.
Alter the above sale, will be sold a Lot of Ground
fronting 41# tret on she north side of Veuable
street, nenr Elijah Baker, Esq's., adjoining «tie pro
perty of Mr. Meyer, and running back 155 to an al
ley, and a Lot in rear ot the above, fronting 41 1 2
feet on a street north of Veuable street, and 155 feet
deep.
Terms very accommodating,
jy 5 JAMES M TAYLOR, Anct
BY GEORGE J. SUMNER, Auct.
Extensive mlhuk new and
FASHIONABLE FURNITURE AT AUC
TION —On Wednesday morning next, 14th
July, commencing at 10 o'clock, will be soltj at
auction, a large and desirable assortment of new
and iashionable Furniture, now in storage and open
for examination, at tbe Wareroom ol'Mr Da
vis, on Governor street, consisting of Marble and
top Bureaus and Cabinets. Centre-Ta-
Oles, Card Tables, Secretaries, Rocking Chairs,
Nurse Chairs, Mahogany Parlor Chairs, Sofas, Ma
hogany Te.te-a Tetes; City made Mahogany Ward
robes, do Ladies' Cabinet Bureaus, French Bed
steads, Sideb ards. Cane-seat Cnairs, 4ic, See.
Terms —All sums under $50, cash; over $50, 4
months credit on good and approved negotiable
notes. Sale conduct'd by
jy 8 GEO. J SUMNER, Auct.
SALE AT AUCTION OF FINE CITY
MADE FURNITURE-On Friday After
noon, at 4 o'clock, at the residence ot Dr. (i A.
on the corner ol sth and Grace streets, will
be sold at auction bis entire Household Furniture,
consisting ol the usual variety. It is of the very
bkst quality, nearly new, anil made by Belvin, in
this cily. Terms cash.
Sale conducted by
GEORGE J SUMNER, Auct
Dr. Wilson also has tor private sale a fine irrm
grev Riding HORSE, on?y six years old. je 7
BY JOHN It. ». PAYNE, Salesman.
French consuls household
AND KITCHEN URNITURE AT AUCTION.
M Paul, (French Consul) about leaving the city,
will sell on Monday, trie 12th of July, 1852. bis
househo d and k tchen Furniture, mostly new and
some very fine, consisting in part of Centre Tables,
Card Tables, Sofas, hocking Chairs, &c; also
Feather Beds, Bedsteads, Chairs, Glass and China
Ware, dcc Acc, The sale will tak" p ace at his resi
dence, on sth street, near Mr George Taylor's, at 10
o'clock.
jy I W. G.
'HAHiK NOTICE.—Great Reduction in
A Prices.—As the season is far advaucing, I will
cow offer my entire stuck ot Dry Goods and Fancy
Articles at great reduced prices. Those wishin* to
purchase great bargains, are rtspectfully invited to
giv.! me a call and satisly themselves.
Also, another lot of those well known patent
Manilla Coided Skirts, received this day by sleamei
Roanoke. HLNRY ROSENFJSLD,
175 Broad street.
P S —All persons indebted to the late concern of
HENRY ROSENFfcLIJ & BRO, wi.'J please com"
forward and settle their accounts, ■ s longer indul
pencr cannot be given. jy 7—l m
CUOTUiNG, CLOTHING.—STOCK FOR
' SA.LE, STOnE FuR RtJNT— SELLING OUT
TO CI OSK BUSINESS.—The subscr ber having
determined to discontinue his present busiD ss, will,
during ihe month of Julv, close out his entire
stock without regard to c >s , consisting ol tr.e usual
variety found i i a clothing and gentleman's fur
nishing store. The nock is large and seasonable;
and to ail persons in want, an unusual opportunity
is ottered of supplying themselves at much less
than the usual rates.
The store is for rent. It is one of the best stands
on the street for almo.-t anv kind of business.
PHILIP DORNIN, No 90 Main st,
Jy 7—lm* Next door to Purcell, Ladd & Co.
PUKSE L.OST.—A lady, on Friday evening
last, passing along 8:h street, lost her Pane
between the Pieebyterian Church and Marohall
sireet. It «as a l.jirg Puree, made of steel beads,
ar.d was of a grey color. Should any person find
it, he will receive a liberal reward it he will leave
it at this office. jy s—3t
tLTKUIMti STO>Kf>, iO.-Ju>t re
receiveu, a very superior lot of Malta Filtering
Stones for purifying .lames River Water, at the ex
ceeding low price of 50. Cdl quick, before
they are all gone. HUGH A. WATT,
jy2—6t No ?8, China Hall
GKOLND PUPPEK AND itt(J«TAKO.-
125 boxes, ground pure txpressiy to my order,
for sale by
jy 7 JOHN H CLAIBORNE.
CANAL, OPEN.- (Jnandafter
S3 vlonday next, our Boats will run
dtilly as ueUii.
BOYD, EDMOND Sl DAVENPORT.
jy 7-6t
FOH SALE—An excellent Spring
tf3g£p*OAßT, with Harness. May be seen
at Thomas Kppes', Broad street.
FOtt CHaKLEiSTON. t*. C.—The
2jj3Bsuperior fast sailing schr. JOHN J. TAV
commander, is now ready to receive
freight as above. Apply t >
jy 1 ROBERT RANKIN
jsntk FOR KENT.—A h. use on Main, oetween
Hl'ili Ist and 2nd stre< te, suitable for a «mtll lami
!y! For further information, apply to NORVfcLL,
JONES U. EGGLESTON, No. 14 Pean street
jy 3-*d>B ______
tfSi CUlt KfaNT. —Intending to give up .he
CiS Gr. eery and Granary bu-ine»« I e "' ou '
m> Store, DwdJiag. and Lumber House, that I at
present occupy, on Main It is a good chance
"TvTHy Wi " tiDe 10 M'CrRDEY.
DTOBAIiE.—^ (iuano, mclasses, rish, Ac ,
O receivtd on storage in the large cellar under the
Virginia Central Railroad Depot.
s HUNTER, Ag-nt
. ACune wool) L,ANI>,UN wic.
V4l UAMSBDRG ROAD, TWO AND A
HALS' MILE-S HE LOW RICHMONU.-For sale,
-Ml acres of Wood land as above described Be
sides beins well wooded, upon some portions of it
iher* is good timber. Apply to Rj A Mayo,
W. GODDiN.
rtoK SALE, Pew No. 34, desirably situated on
f the western aisle St. Paul's Church Apply
to WELLINGTON GODDIN, or
jy 7—3t HALL MEILSUN
OUT, on Sunday last, • lady's Uald Bresult
fin, with the figure of a bunch of a rapes, with
two a nail cha:a» eoooected with the Breastpin.—
The finder will be liberally rewarded bj leaving it
at this office. jy 7— 3t
i>!RD CAGES-—M-eking Bird, Canary aud
L> Breeding Cages, a large aud handsome as« ort
mentLjuat rooetved.for sale by
K. M. ZIMMERMAN,
jy 7 Coraer M«i» aad iath streets.
AUCTION SAL
THIS DA*.
»* WIUINBT9N MIIOI.
Sni^FTS:emmCß HILL, FOE SALE AT
( 7. <>11 -^ TbB wbacrtber intending
n.»jl will expose at wrtw oa
H™"? 11 ' Jal * **. etljVtioA.F. ELtks
hWrf OWBed *»<i occupied by
•* Cinreb Hill, attfwcor
r«*e hS? T^H'S^
of excalleut water on the prnwiiacr The Lot I*B3*
fcetfront,running back 145to.uf(x*J£t
Tmmu or —One till cub: >
and 6 month* with good endorsed —r-tiihhi anhn
interest added, cr title retained^
Sale conducted by W. Gcddik, Aactr^^^*
jy s—3t*
BY JAMfca iM. TAYLQt,
M "tiS? and H £i FWl ArAvc
, TION—Will be no, oo Thnr»day. the Btb
RiVhVV 1S p Ciock p -* -" <»« '<* of William
wo..' > 0D C *' adjoinio- Tina
ley • Baker j .three fine Milch Cows and two Heifers,
P^P*' l * of ■ gentleman who baa no furthar
ior them.
T*m*s— Catb.
1,7 J. M. TAYLOR, Anctr
fc * ALEXANDER NQTT St CO.
H°Nm^ d , L T D ASU *•>!*€ UEN FUH
jAT AUCTION -On next Tkm.
oast 9 ovTiSfc*' *ke Bth July, eomcnciaf at half
'w! 1 J h »" "0 « public .action, a
the remnant rfMrH*« d ***** , ' ortitar,? ' l * ta f
now #DOUt Ch»n Jt X ° ' ' chutte * *toch, who is
sth and Bro^S:" 111^' " «"* -
jy 7 ALEX. KOTr ft. CO., Auctf.
The world netbh bkfobs aaw
CUCH A MASS OF HOME
GIVEN 10 ANY OTHER
Consumption, Neurul K ta, Pain i. thewlu.
Messr*. Mortimer <fc Mowbray— Gentlemen• his
with pleasure I can testily to tlie great heaWoow.
er» ( t Hampton's Vegetable Tinrture. u«
wile had been afflicted for three years, laboring un
der a constant hacking cough, witn • mm violent
pain in the right aide, neuralgia of the heid, and •
dimness of sight—very little rest, day or night, and
much emaciation, and to all appearance* a rapid
consumption inevitable. We had the moat emi
nent physician in Annapolia. but his medicine did
not give her any relief at ali but growing worse if
any change in the least—and after having read one
of your pamphlets, in Ju'.y last, she concluded to
try Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and after takiog
but two bottle* of which (under a kind Providence)
we perceived a very great change lor the tetter—
her appetite improved, her skin became quite ckar,
cough, pains, neuralgia, *c, entirely left her, and
by the time she had taken a few bottle* more, she
was completely cured, and is now in the enjoyment
of most excellent health
I have seen also its bcnefirial effect* cn several
other ladies of Annapolis, and 1 thick 1 can say,
from what I have seen of the Medicine, that £ do
not believe its curative powers can he equalled. A
sense of duty to the afflicted nan induced me to
drop these few line* for their benefit.
Respectfully, EDWARD SANDS,
Master of scbr. i-eorge Barber,
Annapolis Packet, No. 3 Tobacco Warehorse, Light
Baltimore, May Ist, 1852. Street Wharf
TKUTH STRANKER THAN FICTION.
NONE NEKD DESPAIR!
A Lady's Testimony, after 38 Year* mt
Muffering.
Were there not real virtue in this wor derful Me
dicine, could itpertorn. the astonishing cure* which
are made by it f
fuwTHAMPTrN Co, April 13,1859.
Messrs. Tyler & Ada.r: 1 have been Afflicted
with Rheumatism at times from my twelfth year.
1 will be 50 years of age the 18th »f this month;
the attacks were so seveie «t times as to render me
helpless. 1 havi tr.e*» various remedies to very
little effect, l.ast October I was attacked In my
shoulders, sides, back and hip»; I could not rest
day or night; 1 could not move any part of my
body without crying with pain. At thi* time 1 al
so tried manv remedies, internal aLd ex ernal,
without relief I was »t last ad v: ted to try HAMP
TON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE Before 1 had
taken one bottle of which, i felt much better, and
ai 1 continued taking it 1 felt strength coming into
my back and limbs, and my stomach strengthened
and revived every way 1 nave taken five bottle*
and am much better than I ever expected to be.—
1 intend to ueci it whenever I need, aad would re.
commend it to the afflicted, b*li<-ving it unequalled.
Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWELL.
Messrs. Mortimer & .Mowbray :
Mrs Elizabeth Bagwell is a lady of the hignea?
respectability,wealtnv an J influential The cure la
ber ca*e speaks vo'umes in favor ol thi* wow erful
Tincture. Several other persons we have beard at,
have derived great benefit from it* use In our
country. We are entirely out of tbe article, aad
havedailv anxious enquiiers to kjo* when we I
will receive another supp.y We fcxjcect large sale* '
of it from the present demand, and watt you to
send us a box as soon as possible
Yours, I YLER & aDAIR,
April 12, 1852. Northampton Co., V*
Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture, by it*
mild action on the Stomach, Liver and the Kid
neys, will cure Dyspepsia, Cough, Asthma, Bron
cbial and Lung Aff cticns, Pains m the Back, Hide
and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula Rheumatism,
Gout, Neurahria, Fistula, Piles. Bowel Complaint*,
Worms, Nervous Debility, with ail diseases arising
fr-m impure blood, and is the greatect Female Ms
dicine ever known.
Call on those having this woiderful article for
gale and get pamphlets gratis, and read certlticstes
from the best men in the"country.
F.r Cholera Morbus, Cholic, Diarrhoea, and all
diseases incident to the bowel* in the summer sea
son, it hue no equal.
For sale by O. A. STRECKER, Main street, Rick
mond ; G B. JONES k. CO., Petersburg, Va;Dl.
COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER t MOW
BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggists generally.
, je9
UKXICAN Ott CUIA » KKl),—The
ivl. suostitute for the Bene Leaf (forming in a
few minutes a bland muciisginous drink, especially
adapted to summer complaints. For sale by
PURCELL LADD A CO.,
jy 3 Druggists, 92 Mala street.
HOUSE HAIR ulovkm ANUstraw
Tne use of these Gloves and Straps, by bring
ing on a healthy action of the skin, invigorate the
system generally, and will be found highly s*rvte
able to oi-ltcate females and persona of sedentary
habits For sale by
PURCELL, LADD* CO.,
j~ 2 PT»g gists. 92Main street
SAVE VOUK FlLEH.—Jewelers',DentiMs',
lawyers', Carpenters' and Machinists' Files and
Rasps made to order. Also, old File* re cat aatf
warranted, at the Virginia FJe Works, Manchester,
Va.
Orders left at the store of Mr Seagara, Hih st,
near the Bridge, or the Works, will be promptly
attended to. J* 30— las*
A.Nu lilSliN COATS.—Pure trim
0 Linen and Poplin r*cf, a luxury lor hot weath
er, with many other cool ixingt, at
E. B gPEHCI'B,
je P No :*0 Main street
BSLLINU OFF AT COST, at Urn Frank
lin Store. 13U Main ktreet, opposite
Esale Square, Richmond, Va.
Having a very large stock of Hammer G'lalh
log on hand we will, Irem !be Ut ot July, seil at
coet (or cash only, un fl the entire stock is sold to
makp room for our fail stork. It consists in part
ol tack and F.-cck Ccat# of every ityk and variety
for £umnser wear. Blue, Eitck and brown French
Twilled Cloth Sack and Frock Coats, While, Buff
and Figured Marseilles Vests and Linen Vests, ia
endless variety; White L:neu Drill, Linen Btripaa,
and Fancy Liren and Summer Cassimere Pants of
every sty.« imajjjiiibJe. Also, a very Urge stock
ol Shirts, Collars, Cravats, iidkis, Jblose, Giovsa,
Ac , 4,e.
jya-tlOJy R. DECOO 4k CO.
VOTICK.-R. R DUVAL having this day te
i-" »en bis brother, J. P. DUVAL, iato eo part
aertiop, tlte tuaineas will is fiuare ha goadaatad
by R. M. Daval & Bratfcar, at the old stand,
under the American Hotel. Mr • are now nssdvlag
a fresh supply of Drjga, Medicines, Paints, OUa, *«
icz , and hope, by strict personal utosßna, to aMrit
» portion cf public pttrrmtgt. R *®PVAL,
3. f. DUVAL.
Richmond, July Ist, 1862. jy I
OUT BTOC'K,-
As the seaaoa has Mr advanoed, we propoes
selling the nmaiader of oar Bammer Stack at aaat
for csah, and woald invite the m»rtn» of a> who
with to purchase cheap, to soma of the mm cfccfcn
i. nf mu inasna »hich we hare yet oa haad.
1 HEMRY RUAFKR 4 CO,
Clotkiag Kmporium, comer Maia and 1«h Ms.
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