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IHK i*A T NK VNH&
Affairs.—We e*tr«ct the foi
lowing from the Washington correspondence
of the Baltimore Sun:
I believe, I can eav without fear of being
rmtradicted, that Mr. Webster will not accept
,he nomination lor the Presidency tendered
himbv the Native American Convention of
Trenton, New Jersey. Neither will Commo
dore Stockton accept such a nomination.—
Mr. Webster is. from the sole of hie feet to
the hair of his head, a national man, and will
neither join a geographical patty, nor « sect.
Th>» is the *er\ reason why he has not been
nominated at Baltimore.
li is stated that Mr. Crittenden w ill go as
MiiiiMer 10 Kngland. This is to be understood
a* a refusal, on the part of Mr. Webster, to
accept the appointment.
The Collins amendment will yet pass, from
national cunaideiatious. It is inconceivable
that i « passage should have been so seriously
oppooed. We cannot be a great country with
out commerce, and commerce cannot flourish
hout navigation. The greatest naval pow
ers ha»e always been the most commercial
ones.
Political Trouble* in Georgia,
Charleston", July 7.—Ths Savannah Re
publican publishes a letter from Charles T.
Jackson, declining to support either the Whig
or Democratic presidential nominees. The
Republican thinks that General Scott cannot
pet r:i electoral ticket in Georgia without ihe
a,d of Mr. Jackson, and that as the Union De
mocrats "ill certainly have a ticket of their
o* n,the w nigs can then decide whether to sup
port it or nominate another ticket of their own.
The Hon. Alex. 11. Stephens publishes a
letter in the Augusta papers, recommending
the nomination of an Independent Union ticket.
Thi Day Trial—A Maryland Secretary o)
the Xavy.
Washington, Julv B.—The trial of Day,
for the murder of" his wife, is now in progress,
a full jury having been empaneled to-day.—
One witness was examined, and his testimony
was substantially the same as in the previous
trial.
It is generally understood that Judge Cham
bers, et Maryland, will succeed Mr. Graham
in the Navy Department.
Preparations for the Reception of Mr. Web
ster at Boston.
Boston, July 8.-—Mr. Webster is expected
to arrive in this city to-morrow, and the most
extensive preparations are making for a public
reception I here is to be un immense civic
procession of his friends, and all manner of
business will be suspended after 12 o'clock to
morrow. lion. Rutus Choate is to delivei the
address of welcome.
Anti-Scott Meeting.
Boston, July 7.—A meeting of Whigs op
posed to the ratification of Gen. Scott's nom
ination. was held this evening, at Faneuil Hall.
The saloon was about two-thirds full. Heurv
Williams presided, and the Rev. Hubbard
Winslow was the. principal orator. The ora
tor declared that Mr. Webster, aside front Mr.
Fillmore, was the only man that could com
ma rid tire vote of the South. He lauded Web
ster, and characterized as unwise and impoli
tic the action of the Baltimore Convention.—
As a political demonstration, the meeting is
considered a failure. Resolutions were adopt
ed to call a convention without regard to party,
to nominate Mr. Webster, and appointing a
otnniitt- eto draft an address to his friends in
the several States.
Vermont Democratic State Convention.
Burlington, \T.,Julyß.—The Democrat
ic State Convention assembled here to-duy,
and made the following nominations:—
For Governor—John F. Robinson.
Lieut. Governor—Jefferson P.Kidder.
Treasurer—John A. Page,
Electors for the State at Large—Step'n S.
Keyes and Lucius Peck.
I'he Baltimore Democratic Platform was
fully endorsed.
Massachusetts Free Soil Convention.
Worcester, July 7.—The Massachusetts
Free Soil Convention adjourned sine die at a
lute hour last night, after electing delegates lo
the Free Soil Convention, to be held ut Pitts-
Lurg on the 11th of August.
Guberuatoriat Aomination.
Montpelier, Vt., July Bth.—The Whig
Stat>» Convention ha= nominated Erastus Fail
banks Tor Governor, and Mr. Kittridge for Lieu
tenaut Governor of Vermont.
Extra Session Mexiacu Conress,
New Orleans, July 6—Dates have been
received from the city of Mexico to the 19th.—
The government has called an extra session
of Congress.
Two millions and a half of the American in
demnity had been paid to British landholders,
and was to leave Mexico on the 18th.
Mr. G. VV.Carlyle Whiting, of Virginia, has
become a member of the firm ofSelden, With
ers &Co., in the Banking business in Wash
ington.
Gen. Ilayntiu, the Austrian butcher, spent
the past winter at Graelenberg, where he was
cured of dropsy in the feet, after taking thirty
cold wet sheets a day in December, without fire
in his room. He is said to be about 60 years
of age, quite feeble, with white moustache and
beard. He has purchased an estate in Hun
gary a; 100,000 florins.
World's Faik at New York.—By letters
from the Turkish Ambassador received in this
country, it appears that arrangements are mak
ing lor sending a Turkish steam-frigate to
New York, wiih the various productions arid
fabrics of Turkey, for the exhibition at the new
Crystal Palace.
(11TY BATH!*, tso. 119 Matn Street.
■> C. BE(JK ukes pleasure iu exiling the atten
tion ut the public to his BATHS, so long knowii as
the " City Hatha " Th<»y are open every day. from
sun rise until 11 o'clock, P. M. jy 10— It
SELECTED MEDICINES.—BENNETT a
BEERS, DrUigieU, No 125 Main struet, return
their thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed on
them. und take tt is occa«ion to inform their friends
and public, that th<-y still endeavor to keep cou
nter..i> on bard only the purest and best medi
cines to tje had, which they lurnish at no higher
rates than i« charged for i.riicles of more inferior
tjua'iitv. Atnoni" their stock will be found, Her
ring s Blue Musi Howard's London Calomel; all of
Mander's, Rigger's, Allen's, and Haskell's selected
Powders; Extracts and Chemical preparations,
which-cannot be furpr.ss» d for purity and effect'.
Extra Turkey Khuoa'b, powdered; Hyd Potass,
aud every article utual y found in a well recuiuted
Drug H-use Our personal attention is given to
c aud dispensing pioscriptions in the
nean j-t and best manner, and tit reasonable charges.
City tnd country physicians supplied on low
.erms. jy 10.
r T. T.-We are stilt telling choice TEAS at
1 • very low p. ices Best Gunpowder and Im
perial Teni we tell at CI, usual); sold at $1 50, and
we will »t:l! * Tea at 7 j cents that will compare with
any dollar T> ain the city. We only charge 50
cents tor the lest Black Tea. The reason wo can
sell cheaper than any other retail house is this, we
aelrct the ebHicegt Teas from the cargo, and bring
the in direct fom the importer to the consumer—
fesviog our euat >mers neve al profits, as Teas gene
rally pasit through ttiree or four bands before they
reach the retailer in Richmond. Samples Iree to
try HULST it KING,
jy 10— 6t Qid Market, and a 33 Broad street.
4 l ODK KOII HIKE.—We have a middle
*- aged M*n, who is said tibean excellent cook,
whom we would hire out for the balance of the
yeir TOI.ER 6l COOK,
jy !0 General Agents.
|i!t'kliKO (*A I. JI ON.—We have just opened
" two tierces of new No. i Salmon, retailing at
only 10 cents per pound hereon* wub'.ng a prime
article, will please ci Ii soon at
HULBT it KING'S.
10 Oid Market and 2M B oad street.
-Wk W*.
' m p UjUL y pmfATCB
tWa
fetfttl ■«. B.rut.
m ,f rn 7 n rr ' ble 4rebroke •*«lhtoeitjr' yesterday
uT,SL 1 ?° C, ° Ck ' «U" corner of Su
SEE"?.***" '*
V An,m « n ">* number of build
*,!, v ° d " ln y«l> including Corn
the Ch C |!l*T ß^ hOP '" ChUrCh * nd P «'«e
the City Market, Cattle Market and Hospital.
SECOND DISPATCH.
„ St. John's, July 9.
1 he fire was still raging in Montreal at four
o'clock this morning. It i. reported thkt the
military barracks, Donnegafs hotel, Theatre
and Dalhouaie square have been destroyed,
comprising in all more than ikree hundred
buildings. The distress that prevails is
beyond description.
Mr. Webster nml the Presidency.
New York, July 9.
Mr. Webster yesterday, in conversation with
Mr. Taltmadge, deprecated the further use of
his name, in connection with the Presidency
and avowed himself for the regular Whig nomi*
nations.
Cou great*.
Washington, July 9.
The Senate agreed to postpone private bills
to take up the bill providing for the bettersecu
rity of life on steamboats.
In the llol'.-K, after a brief discussion on the
Postage bill, the Deficiency bill was taken up.
BALTIMORE MARKETS, July 9.
Sales of 1000 bbls. Flour at $4.12. Grain
unchanged.
BOUND BOOKS.—III addition tu my large
and superior stock ot NoVEt.B, MAGAZINES
and N J WSPAPERS, there may always be found
on band at ruy PERIODICAL DEPOT, 109 1-2
Broad street, a small Out select assortment of
BOUND BOOKS, embracing all the newest publi
cations and standard works by the most popular
authors. A fine assortment of STATIONERY,
SCHOOL BOOKS and MUSIC is also kept con
stantly on band, tor tale either wholesale or retail.
Particular attention paid to orders, and subscrip
tions received to all the NEWSPAPERS and MAG
AZINES, foreign and domestic.
THOMAS H GRESHAM,
Cheap Publication Dealer, 1091 Broad street,
jy 10 Opposite Broad Street Hotel.
Death to koachus, hats and
MICE !!! —These terrible pests to all good
housekeepers may be gotten rid ol by the use of
one box ot BURGESS At GO'S ROACH, RAT AND
MuUSi-. EXTERMINATOR. This article has been
tri»d all over the country, and testimonials ot its
efficacy lurnislied by numerous respectable per
sons Price only 25 cents a box For sale woole.
sale ami retail, by TWOS. H GRiCSHAM,
jy 10 l'eiiodical Dealer Broad street.
r PHK Sl/BSCIimEIiS, proposing to sell
A the remainder of their stock ot DRY"GOODS
and HARDWARK, at auction, the close of the
present month, wi 1, until that time, offer their still
large assortment at such priccs as will furnish
great bargains in both Summer and Winter goods.
THOMAS <fc CHARLES ELLIS Sc. CO ,
jy 10 106 M iin street.
OIL.—IOO baskets in order, lor sale
by
jy 10 DAVENPORT, ALLEN Si CO.
CLT UEKttINUS —300 bbls strictly prime
quality, inspecting this day, and lor sale from
th» wharf.
jy 10 BACON' <fc BASKERVILL.
MASAtiJSiI'K OFFICK.
R. FRANCE dt CO.,
(SuccesNors to F. JHorriit «fc Co.)
Splendid Scheme for Thin Dny.—Capitals:
$3=,000, 16 000, 14000, 6000, 100 of 750, 182 of 300,
&.c 78 numbers, 13 drawn. Tickets $10.
Also, the Dollar Lottery—Capitals: $5000, 5 of
1000, <fcc.
Drawn Nos of Carroll Co.. Class 32:
72 62 74 52 6a 75 10 19 18 34 56 33
jy 10 C. W. PURCELL.
LAiUBIiKT'S OFWCiii
14th Street, under Exchange Hotel.
Drawn Nos of Delaware, Ex,. Class 32, July Bth :
24 33 54 39 65 41 68 34 1 7 38 72 16 36
Whole 32 54 68, a prize by LAMBERT.
Drawn Nos. Delaware Lottery, Class 31, July 8:
4 19 12 45 68 7 16 59 39 2 37 51
For To-Day.—Sso.ooo.—The Delaware
State Lottery, Class No. 33.—Capitals : $50,000,
21,000, 15,000, 10,178, 6of 5000,10 of 2,000, 10 oi
l,t'Oo, Ac. 7b numbers, 15 draw r. Tickets $15.
Also, a One Dollar Lottery. jy 10
SI'KATTUM'S OFFICE.
Drawn Nos Delaware, No 31, July ti:
4 i 9 12 45 6e 7 16 59 39 2 37 51.
Drawn Nos Delaware, No 3.', July 9:
23 22 9 74 63 69 8 45 3 66 20 17" 12.
For To-Day.—Delaware, Extra, Class 34.—
Capital $4,168. Tickets $1.
Aiso, Delaware, No 33. Capital $50,000. Tickets
$15. jy 10
SMITH'S LOl'TiiKY OFFICE,
No. 118 Broad Street, Shockoe Hill, opposite Fred
ericksburg Depot
For To-Day.—urand Consolidated, 18. Cap
itals: lor $38,000, I of 18 000, 1 8000, 1 of 4,000,
100 of 750. 182 of 360. 78 numbers, 13 drawn.—
Tickets $10, shares in proportion.
Also, Patapsco, 191 —Capitals : 1 of $5000, sof
1000, Stc. 75 numbers, 12 drawn. Tickets $1—
shares in proportion
ray 24 —Im SMITH.
UKKUOUY & iUAIK) ,
,)l aonxers.
Successors to J. W. Maury & Co.,
Office, No. 62, Main Street.
5 Drawn Nos Delaware, Lottery, Class 31, JulyS:
4 19 12 45 68 7 16 59 <9 i. 37 51
Novel Scheme for To-DayCapitals:—
130,0U0, 20,000, 15,100, 10 000, 6 prizes of 50u0, 10
of *ouo, 10 o 1000, 10 of 500, 15 of 300, 400 of -'00,
163 of 150, ate, c, Ate. 78 numbers, 15 drawn.
Who e tickets 815, halves $7 50, quarters $3 75.
jy 10
LO » T.—AOwut a week ago, a lUemo ifindum
Book, containing $8 in money. a due bill of
Mr. Wm Barrett, of King and Queen, and my free
papers. A liberal reward will Oe paid lor the de
livery of the same to me. on 17th street, or at this
utiiee WILLIAM WILLIS,
jy 9—2t* A Free Man of C«ior.
PERUVIAN liUANO.-I am u.>w prepare*
to deliver to customers, Guano in laigeor smail
lots. My stock is of late importation, aud war
ranted to be of the very best ouality.
jy 9—law4 w HUGH W FRY.
Even's K&TItEAT —ll you ; to
spend a tew hi.-ars pleasantly, and get a
No 1 country Dinner, make up a party ot 8 or 12
good fellows, and gel Seayre's Omnibus aad take a
ride to Allen's Retreat, on Brook Avenue, three
mil s from ihe city. You can get the Omnibus any
morning fromß to i 2, and return at 7J cr fj o'clock
i' k You can also get a good Horsa from Beay re's
to ride or drive. Cali at the
jy Columbian' Hotel.
I,' Oil ill Kh —A valuable house SERVANT
f and Lady's Maid, witn one child, fjr the bal
ance of the year—well qualified for general service
in any decent family. Terms moderate. Apply at
thU..ffice. jy 8— ts
FOU>D.— a small »nm ot MONt* wa. picked
up on the street by my son. The person who
lost itTby giT.ng a description and payiug fur tee
advertisement, can obtain it by appljing to me, a",
the store of Hart * Moses, 63 Main street
Jy 8-31 Mnf HART.
I UOUs AT PKICKS TO Hill V THE
\jf XlMKrf.—Calicoea at 5 cents; Shirting at o
cents; Sheeting a« 6d; Check Muslm at 12 12 cents;
Swi s at 12 1-2 centJf Je»os « 6d; Collars at ofc
Muslin -ieeves ot 37 12 cents; Lace do at 50 cents;
Chimisettes at 37 1-2, cents; Lawns at 10 cents
Oiniiham at 12 1-2 cents; Summer cravats at 12 I J
cuts; Shirting Stripes ai 6d; Bed Tic* at 1°
and low of jother cheap Good*. Call soon, Ifelort
the bar^tins are all disposed of
ABRAHAM LEVY, J* , 801 Broad street
jy»
ONhJCO>!» Sli*JittlOJtMiUii-< rwUtt.,
i.'S'T"' lOim H. CLA.'SOKSE.
* H«USI WANTED.—Wiaritod, •
Bnnae oo Shockoe HIU, batwe«B 2d and 6th
sueett, either sloe of Broad, containing six or Kv
en rooms. Apply at this office. jyl9-3t
competent Book Keepei, In a
J* .WtrtMSwtßf. Address L , OUpalch office,
with full name, references given, and amount of
salary required per annum. Jy 10—3t
W A *T BD ~ A WET KURSK, for which the
" highest price will be Daid.
f V*/ or ■ f uod COW and CALF.
jy*" 6t ROBERT HILL.
W \ l ?*¥ K0, —* g®t*H«n«n not residing in
al * loan of irom 94,000 to
•"iOOO, secured by a Hen on Real E»ta*, either
lu or out 01 the city. Interest will be pa d semi
H n ° u *''y° r q««rterly «s may be preferred Add.ess
Box t>J9, at the Post Office. Je 26—d2w*
Jk &IABONIC NOTICE.—The Offi
'^rSrTQ rt l ? n r, m^ lber ? of Lod s e « Nu» 10.14.
\JT ?' ; i6 ' 51 -p 3 ' *"<1 ®, «re hereby notified
/ ▼ V adjourned meeting of the Con
a* the MaJI!u 0 u ?i " aid Judges wIU *«ke place
a the Masonic Hall in this city, on Satardnv
evening next. (10th inst.) at 8 o'clock. T
for Du[rt r t°Noß. e
- JOHN C PAGE, Jr. Sec.
fUILAUKLrHIA
May.—The spl. ndld
■MSBS» far ThU'!) Will sail
p»"' Mas s%
in For ,rei ? h t or pasaaee, apply to
-111 MAYO St ATKINSON
a STRAYED, from Mr. VValthalls
Shop, on Friday last, a led COW, tolrv
rably large, and has a smooth crop on
. „ ' le 1 RBr ; <Auy person returning
said Cow to me, or any inlormation that will lead
to her recovery, will be liberally rewarded
. „ fi(i BENJAMfN HANCOCK,
B ~ 6t Near Haxall's Mill.
r I>HK .\OTKB oi tae Southern .Uanufac-
A Hirers' Bank of Washington City, and of the
Corporation of Fredericksburg, will be re
ceived at par icith Virginia Bank Notts at our
counter. C. W. PURCELL &. CO.,
inv SO Exchange Brokers.
A> I) FOR SA l.t, —We oflw lor sale about
120 acres of land in Hentico county, about se
ven miles north of the city—one half of which is
cleared—the balance so wooded that enough wood
might be spared from it to pay for the land. It lies
weil—is conveniently situated, and is of good qual
ity. It is without improvements and will be priced
accordingly. Apply early.
TOLER & COOK,
je 15 General Agents.
BANK OF VIRGINIA, T"
Richmond, July 6th. 1852. >
THE President snd Directors of the Rank of
Virginia have this day declared a dividend of
of four and a quarter per cent out of the profits oi'
the iSank for the last six months, subject to the de
duction of i per cent, bonus to the State, which
leaves tour per cent or 82 t-0 per share, payable to
the stockholders on demand
jy 7-d2w SAM'T. MARX, Cashier. •
[V OTICK.—The President and Directors of the
i.* Clover Hill Railroad Company have declared a
div idend o! f-ix per cent. upo:i the capital rtock out
of profits of the last six months, payable at the of
fice of the Company on and after the Ist day of
August next. D. S. WOOLDRIDGE,
jv 7—dlw Treas., C. H. R. R Co.
WAGON BOXES.—Heavy ground Wagon
Boxes, of best quality, from 2+ to 6 in
store anifor sale by W. S &G~DONNAN,
je 26 Importers of Hardware.
'pK.N BBLJi. Obit UVK WHIfiKEV,
A brand F. Funk, prime; seventy do Virginia
Apple Brandy; one pipe Holland Gin, just received,
for sale by
jy 9 LEWIS D CRENSHAW & CO.
I HJIMKIt'E, SWEET OIL AND
I J CRUSHED SUGAR, in store and for sale by
jy 9—3t LUDLAM t WATSON.
WISKEY.-At sw bbls of the above
eelebratue Whiskey, expected from the distil
lers daily. Customers will please give in their or
ders to arrive.
jy 9 JOHN H CLAIBORNE.
BACON. —100 hbds Sides and Shoulders, for
sale by
jy 9 JOHN H- CLAIBORNE
LAWNS, LAW.V*.—I have a lot of Lawns,
good styles, at 10 cents per yard ; also, a good
assortment of tine quality at reduced prices.
jy 9 WM. J. SWORD*, 225 Broad street.
QAA PAIR OF BLACK AM) SLATE
OUKf COLORED GAITERS AT SI 50 per
pair, just received at HIII ». —The subscriber
has just received another supply of Gaiter Boots, at
the low price of 81 50 per pair. Thfy are a first
rate article for the price ALEX. HILL,
je 21 No 127 Main street. Richmond, Va.
/"< I'ANO. —HOOC bags No 1 Peruvian Guann,
VXput up in new strong bags, cargo of the barque
Fame, direct from the Island to James River , now
discharging and for sale in lots to suit purchasers
je 29 S McGRUDER k SONS.
11/ATJili COOLEttS.— Just received ano
* v ther lot 2,3, 4 and 6 galion Water Coolers.—
Also, Ice Picks, Ice Travs, Ice Mallets aid Tumbler
drainers, for sale by R M ZIMMERMAN,
je 29 Corner Main and l2th street 1 !.
WIltE CLOTII.—A full assortment ol Wire
Cloth, suitable for screens, seives, covering
windows, &.c.,for sale by
my 12 VAN-LEV* & TAYLOR.
o'fltK LICuRiCE. —72 ca»es hue Calabria
St'ck Licorice.
30 do do Spanish do do. in store and for sale by
je 29 BACON fc BASKERVILL.
MOLASSES. —15 hhds Cuba Molasses
10 tierces do
50 barrels NO do
5 hhds prime P R do
50 barrels N O Syrup
For sale by
jy 7 EDWIN WORTHAM & CO.
SMOKED BEEF. —Just received b, steame'
Roanoke, 400 pounds of choice newly
smoked, for sale bv HULST &. KING,
iy7 Old Market and 23a Broad street
S"AL SOi#A.—lo bbU. lor sale by
jy -2 JOHN H CLAIBORNE.
BIKD CAfcSES.—Mockii.g Bird, Canary am
Breeding Cages, a large and handsome assort
ment, just received,for saleby
R. M ZIMMERMAN,
jy 7 Corner M»in and 12'h streets.
CASKS FOR sale, two
splendid Show Cases. For further particulars,
apply to L. GINTER,
jy2-6t 137 Main street.
ntY BKL'SHES AND KtATHKK
f DUSTERS.—Fresh supply just received for
sale by
jy 2 R. .M. ZIMMKRMAN.
LICOHICJK. —60 eases J C &Co Licorice,lresh
importation.
10 do Yuurria do do, warranted pure, just re
ceived, for sale by
j e 29 BACON A- B4SKEKVTLL.
PAtLME."".—I bav« just icocivea s
£ lot of the above article, which lean lecom
mend as fresh, and an excellent article lor family
use. Call at ASTONIO PIZZiNI'S,
j e j Utider City Hotel.
G<ENT*' DRIiSS BOOTS.—Another s»p
--r ply just received oi these b audful end supe
rior French Call Dress Boots, at No 43 Main street,
s!;m of the Big Soot, by
c j 0 i 9 WILLIAM WAI.SiT.
BA^4N>». —A supply of tr>is J*acious and
" uo 6 : healthy of .i-uits, just received by
JL AN PIZZINI.
Also, a lot of fine Pine Apples. Call in ni-xt door
io Exchange Bank.
18
VA MUVHK BUOWN.—ISU lbs. Vandyke
Brcwn, a very superior article, just received
and for sale very low, ny W. M. DADE,
Chetnid and Apothecary,
■ y 5 Main street, near Old Market
BRANDING FA!T, ol different colors, lor
TobacconisM.—You that are u-ing paints jt a
oale, dirty color, and which clog up the orands.
should give my Paints atria!, and thus avoid the
evil, a* they are prepared with great psin*, and
warranted to give satislacti'-n
W. M. DADE, Chemist
i v 5 Main street, near Old Market
SUiUJIEK C LOT HI N G .—SbLLING
CHEAP FOR CASH.—The subscribers have
on hand a large stock ot Alpaca Linen and Silk
i oat*, which tb-y are willing to *c 11 a! a smail
advance on the coat. Those who wish to keep cool
this warm weather, are rrque*ted toca-1 it No I'-
Main street, and rcjplj thenwelve*, fob a vebv
low «> c it. g MERCHANT * WETSIGF.R.
and Cents, fourth ,- OT j. , „
ftuwhy. by tin author oTtka "WtiUmll
World," IGth tditlon. two vohunea i Wide
Hood's up the Rbiae, with wood etta. two
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Gore—2sc
Shan none ale, by Emma D E Southworth, author
of "Retribution," &c—2sc
H"!oi»e. or the Unrevealed Secret, by Talvi 37c
Hearts Unveiled, or "i Knew You Would Like
Him," iy Sarah Emery Saymore—soc
Passages in the Life of Mrs Margartt Maihard, of
Sunny Side, written by herself—soc
Ivar, or the Skjuts.Boy, a romance, by Miss Car
len, from the Swedish—2sc
Dream Lile : a table of the seasons, by Ik Marvi 1
Home It fiuence: a tale for mothers and daugb
ters. by Grace Aguillar, 2 parts—^7sc
The Mob Cap, and Eleven other Tales, by Mrs
Caroline Lee Hentz, 1 vol—soc
The Reveries of a Bechelor, or a Book of the
Heart, by Ik Marvel—l 25
The Days of Bruce: a story from Scottish his
tory, by Grace Aguillar, 2 vols—Bl
A Peep at "Number Five," or a Chapter in the
Life of a City Paetor, by H Truata, author ol "Sun
ny Side ' —50c. For sale by
G. M. WEST &. BROTHER,
jy 8 Under Exchange Hotel.
T H. UHtfHAJI'S NEW BOOK LIST.
JL • —THE HISTORY OF THE LEMOCRACY
OF THE UNITEI* STATES, bj the author of the
Republic of the United States, will be complete in
30 numbers, eacn containing a splendid steel plate.
No. 1 now ready—price 25 eta
A ROMANCE OF LIFE IN NEW YORK, or
the Sf-cret Band of the Seven, finely illustrated—
price 75c ,
MARCO PAUL IN NEW YORK, by J Abbott
price 50c
MARCO PAUL ON THE ERIE CANAL, by J.
Abbott—price 50c
MARCO PAUL IN VERMONT, by J Abbott
price 50c
MARCO PAUL IN THE FORESTS OF MAINE,
by J Abbott—price 5 jC
THE LIVING AGE, No. 426
All the New Books ot the day at
soon as published.
Subscriptions received to all the Magazines and
Weekly Newspapers. T. H. GREStiAM,
jy 9 10!>£ Broad stieet.
Rouuainu IT 1M THE BUSH; or,
Life in Canada, by Susanna Moodie—l vol
12mo clo, 2 vs clo ana 2 vols paper
Up the Rhine, by Thoa Hood—with comic illus
trations
The Kciahlsof England, France and Scotland,
by Hems W m Herbert,author of "the Cavaliers of
England''—"Captains ot the Old World "
The Poetical Works of of Fitz-GreeneHalleck—
new edition
Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph, in
cluding iu rise and progress in the United States,by
Alexander Jones. For sale by
jy 8 A. MORRIS.
ROIUHINU IT IN THE BUSH.—J. W
RAN DOLPH has for sale. July 8:
Graham's Elements of Chemistrv, new edition,
with notes and illustrations, by R Bridges, >1. D.—
Part I—iSl 60
Cooper's Lectures on Surgery—&3
Geneial Scott Almanac, 1853—6 c
Diary ot a Lr-ndoti Physician, by Warren—2sc
July No De Bow's Southern and Western Re
view. This number commences a new volume.—
Now is the time to subscribe
Wild Gir! of the Nebraska, by C W Webber, au
thor of "Old Hicke, the Guide," A:c—-25c
The Texas Vimo; or the Tailor of Gcthaxn,and
other 'i'alf-s, by O W Wt-hbr-r—2ic
The Ruined Abbey: 0., Gipsies of Forest Hill,
by Dr J H Robinson—2sc
Lite ana Public Services of Wiutield Scott—l£c
Roughing it in the bush, or life iu Canada, by
M' » M. odie,—2 vols
Ncs 12 and 13 Putnam's Library—so
jy 8
I.UFTII OF JL'LY ACCIDENT.—Be
tween the hours of 10 and 12, A. M , to follow
example, WARKOCK was compelled to shut up his
Newspaper and Periodical Depot, which deprived
those in want of cheap publications of procuring
them on thac dav, but he is happy to state, (theac
cident oeiug a slight one,) that he is now open daily
fiom 5 o'clock, A M., to 10 o'clock, P M., where
may be had all the Boston, New York, Philade'phia
and Baltimore Daily and Weekly Patvr*, also.
Harper's, Graham's, Godey's and booker
Magazines for Juiy; and he police to the fol
lowing l'st of Novels:
Wilfied Montressor, or the Secret Order of the
Seven: a romance of New York, by the author of
Florence Delacy. Brother's Revenge, Slc. &c., with
numerous engraving —50c edition
The Corsican Brothers, by Alex Dumas.
Roughing it in the Bush; Putnam's Library for
15th July, m 2 p*rts—2sceach.
Eusutia, or the Sybil's Prophecy, by Mrs Howe.
Prairie Flower, or Adventures in ; price 25c
The Far West, new edition, by Emmerson Ben
cett.
Leni Leoti or Adventures in the West, sequel to
the Prairie Flower.
The Texan Virfigo, or the Tailor of Gotnam, and
other Tales cf C VV Webber, author of Shot in the
Eye, Ac dec.
Call at WARROCK'S News Depot, 1(54 Main st,
opposite American Hotel jy 9
LIFE OF GENERAL SCOTT.—a Ro
mance of Lite in New York ; or the Secret
Older of the VII, by the author of "Arel Parsons,
or Brother's Revecge," &c , beautiiuily illustrated
75 cents
Lii** end Services ol General Winfield Scott, in
cluding the »iege of Vera Cruz, the battle ol Cer
ro Ooido, and the battles iu the Valley of Mexico,
to the conclusion of peace ard his return to tbe
United States.—by Edward D Mansteld, Esq, with
em: ravings—sl
Portraits of Scott and Graham, end
Pierce una King—l 2 1 2c
New Carricaiures —13c
Tbe Life o! W.ctieid Scott, cheap edition—£sc
fror sale at the Exchange Bookstore,
jy 9 G. M. WEST Sl BRO.
Tj»lt <J7'"> LL'STItAL 11AIK TO.ilt:,ior
r pi enervation. beauty ; growth, and lestoration
oi the Hair.
Do you weh eWar.t. luxuriant and beautitul
Lair i It you do, then tiasten to procure a bottle of
Pica:'* Lustrhi Hair Tonic it excites the scalp to a
new ana beaitbv ac'ion. cleanses l--'e bead Irom
dfJldruff, ai d prevents the failing ottot the hai',
asd renders it tolt glossy and beautiful.
No lady's toilet .hould b»* without it
Price, 50 and 25 cut. per battle. For sale by
jy 8 E. J. PICOT, Druggist.
O l I At RfaS WOOD LAND, ON WIL-
LiAMSBURG HUAI), TWJ AND A
HAL.- MILES KELOW RICHMOND—For »*e,
241 acres of Wood land as above described Be
side* being well wooded, upon *ome portion* ol it
there is good timber. Apply to Ro. A. Mayo,
jy 5-'.ot W. GODDIN.
T~ 081 AS' VENETIAN LI.MMBNT,
Hunt's do, Mexican Muetan? Linim-nt,Hewes'
Nerve and Bone i.ittinrent, for sale by
jy 8 BBNNF.TT A BEERS, Druggist*.
PAINT BttI'SHES.—A luti assortment of
Adam s best Pain; ana Wall Brtiahe*, just to
ba id and Sor sale by %
Jy 8 O A. 3TRKCKER.
ll* lßitUl|)fcßr.ll PAMASOLS—Ahaod
■A some lot of the above new par**m*, tor (ale
v.-ry cLuap ic ilo*e, at W64. J-
jy ') OS Broad street
FOft SALE AT AUCTION —The win nisi fi
••ndJnf to remove from Virginia, wlB expose to
pnMie anction on the premises, en Tnssiay, fee
«* Jnly 185 a, rrxamsnring at 5 o'clock f
on the New Bridge Koad, two miies
E**of Richmond, containing 53 acres—of whi-U,
about om; half is cleared, balance in wood—mostly
!»M. cedar, and oak.
consist of a dwelling, (nearly
">oms, besides kitchen, b«n,
fern '• well supplied with excel-
,ad hM MTer « i goodlocetfcms for tee
balance at & 13. and
fc ß cu^. l^s^ mbte
Saie conducted by W. Goppnt. &10.
BY WEiiLIRUtuN UODOIN.
so, , d ° n THURSDAY AFTERNOON, the
July, lfc>2, upon the premises, commemamt it 5
o'clock, the Tenement on Governor street, now in
the occupancy of Messrs. P. M TaSb ft Son. The
lot fronts 22 feet, runs back about 96 feet
Txxms—One third cash, balance at six and
twelve months for negotiable notes, interest added
secured by a trust deed, or title retained,
jy 9 W. GODDIN, Auctioneer.
Handso>ie private dwbllinr
ON IBTH STREET, BETWEEN GRACE
AND BROAD STREETS.—WiII be sold on Fri
day afternoon, 16th day of July, 1852, upon the
premises, commencing st 5 o'clock, the residence
now in the cccupancv of Mr James L Ege, situated
on the East line of 18;h, between Grace and Sroad
streets; the lot fronts 24 feet, runs back about 130
feet, to an a !ty; and has upon it a dwelling con
tainicg six rooms, (exclusive of kitchen, which is
in the basement,) and a laree wooden stable, all of
which have be n bui'.t within a few years, and are
now in perfect repair.
Tb&ms —One-fourth cash: balance at 6,12, and
18 months tor negotiable notea, interest added,
secured by 8 trust deed or title retained,
jy 9 W. GODDIN, A uct.
BY JAMES iff. TAYLOtt,
Brick house anu on union
HILL, AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold, on Fri
day next, the 16th inst., commencing at 5i o'-
clock, P. M., the Huuse and Lot on Union Hill,near
the residence of O A Strecker, Esq., and occupied
byJ.P Pearson, Efq. The house has b c en recent
ly built, has 5 or 6 rooms with a basemtnt, and is
in good order. The lot is ot good size and lies
well. This preperty is beautifully located in the
most pleasant portion of the Hill.
Terms liberal.
Jy 10 JAMES M TAYLOR, Auctr.
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 tt ereir, and at the request of
the bentficiary {herein, I shall otier at public auc
tion, on Friday, the 16th July, the property con
veyed by said deed, being a Lot of Ground situated
on the north tide of Venable street, near the Me
chanicsville Turnpike,22J feet, and running back
120 feet to a it' foot fciley.
The terms will be announced at the sale.
JAMES M. TAYLOR, Trustee.
After the above, will be sold two beautiful Lots,
one fronting 4112 feet on the n->rth side of Vena
ble stoet, near Elijah Haker, Esq's., adjoining the
property of Mr. Mejer, and running back 155 feet
to a2O toot alley, and the other fronting 41 1-2 feet
on the street north ot Venable street, and runnidg
back 155 feet These are really pretty Lots, and
if improved, would pay a handsome percent
Terms at sale.
jy D JAMES M TAYLOR, Auct
BY ALEXANDER NOTT & CO.
DRY GOODS, nvr», BONNETS, &C.,
AT AUCTION.—PKRBMPTORY SALE.—On
next Tuesday morning, the 13th inst, com
mencing at haif pact 9 o'clock, we shall sell at pub
lic auction, at our store, for and on account of
whom it may concern :
A large lot of seasonable Dry Goods, such as Cal
icoes, Lawns, Alpacas, striped Hike, Cashmeres,
Shawls, irith Linens, Linea Diaper, Drillings,
Pocket Silk and Head Udkfs, &c, Stc. Sec
Al»o, a large assortment of Hits, such as Panama,
single and double Palm, Children's and Men's
Braid, Leehorn. and C hina Pearl.
Also,a large assoitment of trimmed and untrim
med Bonnets
Sale peremptory. Terms at sale.
jy 10 ALKXANDKR NOTF & CO, Auct
GLASSWAIfcr. ax AUCTION. —* n next
piuturday morning, commencing at half past
9 o'clocs, we shall sell at public auctioo, a consign
ment of4i bcxt s Glassware, i f th" fnllowina styles
and patterns, direct Irom one ol the Wheeling man
ufacturers, 10 try thismarket. viz:
60 dozen I pint taper of Tumbler*
C'J do i pint pillar 6f do
30 do i pint Afhbu: toa do
25 do gill bar do ground
12 do do 6f do
30 do i pine 10f do
Z5 do i pint Ashburton do
18 do small bur tit do ground
18 do i pint bar 81° do do ;
12 do Webster do
2J do Webster Goblet# and Champagnes. ■
10 do do Wines
20 do Ashburton Goblets and Cfcam
pagnes
The above goods will be sold in lot* to suit the
trade.
Tuns—All sums under $50, cash; over that
amount, 69 days for approved negotiable paper,
jy 10 ALEX NOTT A CO, Auct.
BY ALEXANDER NOTT ft CO.
A CCTION SALE.—DRY GOODS, GROCE
ill RIKS, QUEEN AND GLASS-WAKE, LI
QUORS OF ALL KINDS—The advertiser intends
changing his business, will offer for sale, on itloa*
day iHori>inj() 12'h July, at half past 9 o'clock, at
bis store, on broad itreet, opposite Brook Avenue,
the following goods, .iz: Dry Goods, Groceries,
ot all kinds Queen and Glass Ware, Hats, Boots,
and Shoes, a good stock, Liquors, of all kinds, • lot
ot Oats and Coin, Ac
Term* made known on day of sale.
WILLIAM J. CHICK.
Sale conducted bt Alex Nqtt h Co jv 9
tt¥ JOHN It. O. PAYNE, Saleaman.
French cum>vl» household
AND KITCHEN UftNITURE AT AUCTION.
M Paul, (French Consul.) about leaving the city,
will sell on Monday, the 12th of July, 1852, his
househo d and k tcheo Furniture mostly new and
some very fine, consisting in part of Centre Tables,
Card Tables, Sofas, hockii.g Chairs, Ac ; also
Feather Beds, bedsteads, Chairs, Glass and China
Ware, itc Ac. Tne sale will take p;ace at his resi
dence. on sth street, near Mr George I ay lor's, at 10
"fff-
IIY GEOKGK J. KUWNKK, A net.
Extensive walk up new and
FASHIONABLE FURNITURE AT AUC
TION —On Wednesday morning next, 14th
July, commencing at 10 o'clock, will be sold at
auction, a large and de>irable a»*ortment of new
and tasbionable Furniture, uow iu storage and open
fur examination, at tbe Wareroom of Mr Da
vis, on Governor street, connsung ol Marble and
M*b»gsuy top Bureaus and Cabinets. Centre-1«-
blej, Card Tables, Secretaries, RockiDg-Criairs,
Nurse Chairs, Mahoeany Parlor Chairs, Softs, Ma
hogany Tste-a fetes"; City made Mabngany Ward
rob-:*, do Ladle.' Cabinet Bureaus, Frcnch Bed
steads, Sideb-.ards. Cane-seat Chairs. Ate, Ac.
Terms —All sums under 650, cash; over $50.4
months credit on good and approved negotiable
Sale conduit-d by
jy g GEO. J SUMNER. Anct
FAC((OIbR SPRINGS.—
VlttG'A i.ENTRAL RAILROAD
AND oTAUiS LlNE.—Fare reduced to 33,
from Richmond to the Fauquier White Sulphur
Springs.
Leaves Richmond at 61-2 o'clock A. M , on Tues
days, Thursdays end Saturdays, by the Va Central I
Railroad to Gordonsville, thence by stages to the !
Springs. Leaves the Spring* on Tuesdays. Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4 o'clock P. M , and arrives
in Richmond next day by 2o'cloek P M.
Passengers will find this a pleasant and very com
fortable route, as the cars, coaches and tfr.ms are
ail jood and the conductors and driver* not only
steadv and attentive, but gentleman.
Servant* are charged full fare cn the
Static
fjp Seats eat be secured at the Central Rail
road Office in Ric union i, and ol D. M Pattie at the
Spring*
jy 7-d4w F. P SAWYER
SHARP'S UKWVNIi PLASTBU, ireata
r-und and puie, to cal# by
jy 9 JOHN H. CLAIBORNE.
ft J; ?|Sgsjj|j
_ _ -Jt jMmmm ' ~
mavdeatre «»«twoto®, as yarcW.
Taaats very •ctotnmodatin. „j .
by application- ®* *•*•.
Jya JAMBg M T WLOt a-^
Te® WOULD NETS* lllttliiiiv
SUCH A MASS OP HOME TUnikra!
GIVE* 10 AMY OTHER IIEDICISIU!C™ZI
NeanU«la, Pal* j,
Meter*. Mortimer & Mowbray—Gentlemen • It fa
with pleasure I eao testify to tfie great b*albcbow
en 0111 amp tea's V rgetabie Tiactare. u,
wile had been afflicted lor three toms, laboring un
der a constant hacking cough, vita a most violent
pain in the right ride, nenraigia of the head, aad a
dimness of »uht—very little reel, da* or sight, aad
much emaciation, and to all appearance* a rand
consumption inevitable. We had the moat emi
nent physician in Annapolis, but hi* m» didae did
Bot B 1 *" her any relief at all bnt growing worse If
any change in the least—sad after Wine read oae
« your pamphlet,, la July last, she ccneladed to
Hampton'a Vegetable Tincture,and titer taking
out two bottles of which (under a kind Providence}
W * ,er * 5 Te « change for the better—
improved. her akinbecame quite dear,
1 have seen a.'so its beneficial effects on several
other ladies of Annapolis, aad I think 1 eaa sai
from what I bare aeen of the Medicine, that 1 do
not believe its curative powers can be equalled A
sense of duty to the afflicted has induced me to
drop these few lines for their betefit.
Respectfully, EDWARD SANDS,
Matter of schr. «eorge Baiter
Annapolis Packet, No. 3 Tobacco Warehoc *e, Liaht
Ba timorc. May Ist, 1852. Street Wharf
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION.
NONE NELD DESPAIR!
A Lady's Testimony, after 38 Years at
Sufleriny.
Were there not real virtue in this *vor derful Me
dicine, could it pertorn the astonishing curt# which
are made by it J
Nomhabjpton Co, April }3,1852.
MeMrs. Tyler ic Adair: 1 have betn aMcted
with Rheumatism at times from my twelfth year.
I will be 50 years of age the jßth af this m< nth;
the attacks were so severe at Uu.es as to render me
helpless. 1 havi trie., various remedies to very
little <'3ect. Last October 1 wrs attacked in my
shoulders, sides, back and hr.pt-, 1 could not rtat
day or night; I cou d not move any part of my
body without crying with pain. At thin time I al
so tried many remedies, internal and ex ertial,
without relief. 1 was st last advised to try HAMP
TON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE Be-orelbad
taken one bottle of which, I felt much better, and
a> 1 continued taking it I felt strtm h coming into
my back and limbs, and my stomach strengthened
and revived every way 1 have tafc<Ti five bottle*
and am much better than 1 ever expected to be.—
I intend to use it whenever I need, sea would re
commend it to the afflicted, believing it unequalled.
Yours, ELIZABETH JJAGWiiLL.
Messrs.Mortimer &. Mowbray:
Mrs Elizabeth Bagwell is a !ady o! the highest
respectability,wealthy and influenzal Tbe cure in
her case speaks volumes in favor of this won- erl'ul
Tincture. Several other persons we have heard o£
hare derived great benefit from its use in our
country. We are entiiely out of tbe article, and
have daily anxious enquirers to know when we
will receive another supply. Wo expect large sales
of it from the present demand, and want you to
send us a box as soon as possible
Yours, TYLER & aDAIR,
April 12,1852 Northampton Co-, V*
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy its
mild action on the Stomach. Liver and the Kid
neys, will cure Dyspepsia, Cough, Asthma, Broa
ctialand Lung Affection*, Pains in tbe Back, Side
and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula Rheumatism,
Gout, Neuralaia, Fistula, Piles, Bowel Complaint*,
Worms, Nervou* Debility, with all diseases anting
from impure blood, and is the greatest Female Me
dicine evtr known.
Call on those having this woi derful articie tor
sale and get pamphlets gratis, and read ceitihcate*
from the best men 'n the country.
For Cholera Morbus, Chollc, Diarrhoea,, and all
diseases incident to the bowels in the aumtaer sea
son, it has no equal.
For sale by O. A. STRECKER, Main street, KisJ
□sond ; G. B. JONES 4c CO., Petersburg, Va;l f.
COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER A «o>-
BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druegikts generally.
Je 9 ,
•gten PIAMO KIIKTKS.—P.H.
HhaHtldß TAYLOK is constantly receiving
n S 1 [I llsuperior Pieno Fortes, rom Nana
II * ™ II Clark, Bnd other oelebrated mak
ers, and asks the ait- ution of purchasers to his
Stock, which he wij warrant, and will sel'. at very
moderate prices.
Piano* repaired, Tuned, let on hire,and taken
in exchange, at his Piano Forte anc Musifi Store,
je2i—ta 1«6 Mats Street.
rnAHE >OTICK —Great Heduetion la
A Prices.—As the sea»on is far advancing I will
now offer my entire stock of Dry Goods and Kaney
Ai tides at great reduced price*. Those wiahiug lo
purchase great bargains, are n speetfally invited to
give me a call aud sabsiy toemseives.
Also, another lot ol tho*e well known pateat
Manilla Corded Skirt*, received tbi* dayky ateamei
Roanoke. HENRY EOS£NPi»LDi
175 Broad street
p g —All persons indebted to tbe late eoacera tit
HENRY ROSENFKLD A BRO , wi!l pleaae come
forward and *ettle their accounts, > a longer indai
gencr cannot be gi*ep. )f
CiLOTUINU,
/ BALE, STOnE FdR RENT-BELLIM6 OUT
TO CI OsSE BUBINESH.—The aubacrber having
determined to dUrontr.ue but pretent boatenaa, will,
during the month of- July, cloae out hi* entire
stock without regard to coai, conaiatteij o« t=« uaual
variety fcund n • clothing and gentleman * fur
ouhiiig ktore. The atock » large and ataaonabte;
and ro all peraona in want, an unutual opportunity
is offered of aupplying tbem«e!»ea at mock lea*
than the Dtnalratea. , . . .
The Store ia for rent it ia one oi the beat rtuida
on the (treet for almott "»» krnd if bwineaa.
PHILIP UORSIR, Mo 9# Mate at,
ty 7—lrn* Next door to Purcell, Lata A Co.
BTObX*, <•-
J; received, a very superior lot of Malta Filtering
Stone* for purifying James Kirer Watar, at the ex
ceeding low price of •-
thov ire aL cone. JaUuJu *■
jy3-6t No 78. China Hail
W». CASAL OPItH.- Uuaua alter
nest, our Hoata Will ran
u.i., « £ p MOMD *. DAVEfIPORT.
jy 7—6t
rtypw ««B— Guano, augar, molaiaet, fwh, 4us,
O received on Horace in the large cellar ouder the
Virginia Central Railroad Depot.
jy 3—lm 8 HUNTER. Agrol
p.ußitUS RIU (.titKM
0 U ttore and toi Bale by
jy 8 /RY a McCAHPI.IrtB.
IL.-liO bbi* Machinery K< tinod Oil, lor ante
canftp by
j, 8 FRY A MeCAWDLtBH.
1 \ llCKHll.VJili.-15 H »k» QuickaiiTer juat
VV to hand anu lor aai* .'»w by
jy a / o. a. tvraecKKß.
AMD.—9»p*i*aice lanilly Lard, receded, tor
ia.e bv
jys * RM. BORTOW.
PftPKift* —Liquifl ao«i Powder, tor atto by
f ENHKT*" * mUBMt,
jy 8 [ DnU>—
<a HOXKH NORTON* PIN* ** ,Ut
lAKREKKA UUKi*
by the aae of ifc.- «g
g BEMXETT * *^XSBSSm
IIAiMPTVN* ViNV
" tSJ&r *
msnimmgWMit tak-p*. r,
A !>«,«*..
iT*CI *>«»«
Oew" ***«. .*» for •*
by . . DAVENPOKT, AU OI * CO

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