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THE latest NEWS. 1
Th«; Senate did not sit to-day.
Hot'** or Representative*.—The House
a ,eeJ the bill allowing the Washington Ga«»
,jht Company to increase their capital atock,
in j 10 extend their p pea into Georgetown;
,<1 also the bill to establish three additional
sod offices ir. the district of lowa. The bill
authorise certain soldiera of the war of 1812
£ exchange their bounty lands for othera was
f ,t taken from the Speaker's table, and de»
~ted by many members until the termination
,i'themorning hour; when the House, passing
Mm ii« consideration, took up the bill for the
of a public printer, &c.; which was
abated at length by Messrs. Marshall of
iveotucky, Haven, Clingman, Florence and
i f r. The said bill » finally amended by ihe
.(option of the substitute reported by Mr.
Marshall of Kentucky, from the select com*
aiitee on printing, with one or two amend*
as thus amended, it wis finally
-sssed. And then the House adjourned.
The Calamity of the Henry Clay—Mr.
Speed's Body recovered.
\rn Vohk, July 30, !) A. Sl.—The body of
Mr. Speed, found among lh* drowned of the
Henrv Clay, is lecogniaed beyond a doubt as
•rjat of J. J - Speed, Esq., of Baltimore. One
: his handkerchiefs had J. J. Speed, Balti
ore, on it- His body has been brought to this
,ty. and recognized by some frien.is here.
So far 3/ bodies founJ have been recongniz
-10 were unrecognized, and 11 are missing,
making a total of 58 known to have been lost,
f.lcre may, however, be more that have not
i, yet been discovered. As the clerk of the
.at had no record of the names of the passen
gers it is impossible to ascertain exactly how
oianv or who are missing.
Ni.w \ork, July 30.—Up to this time fifty
nan' dead bodies have been recovered from ihe
wieck of the Henry Clsy. Lucius Robin
?on, an eminent lawyer, is supposed to be
anions the lost. The hull of the steamer
*il! be raised tomorrow, and it is expected
:: any dead bodies w ill be found under it.
1 lie owners of the boat publish a card, de
ling that she was racing, and stating that an
agreement had been entered into by the own
er* of both boats not to race.
The Boston Million Loan.
Boston, July 29.—The City Treasurer has
negotiated a loan of one million of dollars, for
tie purposes of the Water Debt. with the Bar
of London,and Hope &, Co., of Atuster
jam, ut 4J per cent, interest, at par.
Loss of the Sloop Gleaner.
Albany, July 29.— The sloop Gleaner, la-
Jen w itii corn, and consigned to W. B. Darl
i:ig & Co., Providence, ran on a rock near
Hudson yesterday and sunk.
(Jin. Scott and the Alabama Stales Right's
Montgomery, Ala., July 29.—Gen. Scott's
•.newer iooui Southern Rights Committee has
been received by it in this city. It is veiy short.
He says lie will not write any other political
ietiers, and refers to his letter uccepiing the
nomination of the Whig National Conven
Loss of the Schooner Henry Delano .
New Orleans, July 27th.—Later advices
ironi I'exus report the loss of the sehr Henry
lJelano Cupt. Dale, bound from Matagordo
Lav to N.York, with a cargo of cotton, sugar
*nd molasses. The vessel was run ashore in
consequence of hav ing been discovered leaky
and will doubtless prove a total loss. Veiy
liule of the cargo would be saved. The vet,-
»el is believed to be insured in ttie city of New
PIKiFV THE SV.STE.tI.—The intense
h' at wliich ha>> prevailed tor some days lias
created tiliousnes? in almost every human lrame,
and hundreds of person? are daily physicing them
t»:veo to death with caiimelano p i : onous minerals
j| various kinds, under the; elusive hope of finding
rr-litf for th> ir annoying maladies. To such per
rons we can only say, try a bottle of Baker's
Premium Bitter*, and obtain immediate redet.
Being purely vegt-tabie in their composition, and
eutiieiy Ire* in their operation from those sicken
.tig, i.aus< »tir>g qualities which are the effects of
must medicines, they at once create a healthtul re
a jtion throughout the patii nt, sharpen the appetite,
improve the digestion, give vigor to the liver, expel
the surplu: bile, and thoroughly purity the blood,
thereby diiving out every unwholesome humor
that may have become secreted in any portion of
the syett m An an Aperient or Tonic, these Bit'erg
have no equal, while, at the sum • time, by their
healthtul aciion on thr stomach, liver, and diges
tive organs, they at once check any inclination to
diarrhcßa. Let the atllicted try them, and satialy
th>-:iieelves of the superior quality of ibese Bitters
over ihose of all others offered in our city.
To >je had in Richmond at the Drug Store* ol
A bODEKER, ADIE <fc GRAY, BENNETT <i.
fcKKRS, PIIRCELL, LADD & CO., and GAYNOIi
it WOOD, Main street; H. BLAIR, WM. P. LADr
md .-EABIIOOK te. REEVE. Shockoe Hill, CHAS
WILLrfPiUGH, and THOMAS & MCCARTHY.
UtttUOKY dc iYlAUitk,
Mtcrendorn to J. W. Maury <Jk Co.,
Office, No. 62, Main Street.
Drawn Nos Delaware Lottery, Class 49, July 30:
4 37 45 9 44 a 54 63 51 75 2 1
Scheme To-Day.—Capitals: $25,000, 20,000,
7 000, 3,iX'o, 2,000, 1,669, 1,000, 500, 250, 200, 150,
ka, dtc, Slc—7s Nos, 13 drawn —Tickets $8.
SMITH'S LOTTKKY OFFICE,
Wall Street, under the City Hotel,
CtiALK'S Oi.D STAND.
Drawn Nos Patapsco, 208, July 30:
32 29 6 70 24 13 49 44 17 1 19 20 60.
Ticket 19 32 60, sold and paid.
For Ta>l)nv. —Washington County, 36. Cap
■U »: lof »J5 000, 1 t 6uoo, lof 3000, lof 2076,
of 500, di.c. 75 numbers, 12 drawn ballots —
Tickets £B—shares in proportion.
Also, Patapsco. 210.—Capitals: 1 of $10,214, 20
ol 1250, 199 of 100, iic 75 numbers, 12 drawn.—
au 2 SMITH.
R FRANCE CO.,
(Succetthors to F. Morris SF Co.)
For This Dny .-Capitals: $25,000, 6000, 3000,
2076. 200 ot 500, 4 of 400, A.c. 75 numbers, 12
orawu. Tickets «8
Also, the Patapsco Lottery—Capitals: $i 0,214,
20 o! 12C.0, 4c tickets $2 50.
Drawn Nos ol Md. Consolidated, Class 13:
Gi 72 47 73 36 23 75 5 13 17 34 22 20 62
au 2 C. W PURCELL.
afltA'f'l OW'S OFFICE.
Dr*wn Nos Delaware, No 49 July 30:
4 37 45 9 44 3 54 63 51 75 2 1.
Drawn Nos of Delaware, Extra, No 52, July 31:
66 52 37 16 23 20 63 39 30 3 53
For To-Day—Delaware, Nosl. Capital: 525,-
t>o Tickets $8. au 2
14th Street, under Exchange Hotel.
Drawn Nos of Dtl»ware, Clss> 4<», July 31:
4 37 45 9 44 3 54 61 51 75 2 1
For To-Day.—The Delaware State Lottery,
Class 5' —Capitals: $25,000, 20,000, 7000, 3000,
2000, 1669, 10 of 1000, itc. 75 numbers 13 drswu
Tickets *8 — shares in proportion. au 2
STfcVKNTV-HIX CASES J. C. dc CO'S
) Licorice Paste receiving, lorssle by
BU 2 BACON & BABKKRVILL.
PRIJIE BKItiUT SHttDLDKR».-10
fchde. landing from steamer, for sale by
au 2 WILLIAMS & BROTHER
7II.AKTFIEU AND COFFEE SUOAH,
Li Mustard, Ground Pepper, Uinger and Allspice,
in store lor sale by wyLLlA||fl & BROTHER
I AMD.—A few bbls, receiving per steamer, tor
au 2* b/ WILLIAMS 4 BROTHER.
THK DAILY PtBI»ATCH
*t the Hirer mm 4 Harkar BUI.
with the Appreprtfttloa t« Jnm
Washington, July 31.
Yesterday, the River and Harbor Bill pasaed
the House of Representative* by a vote of
103 to 75. The amendment to the bill ap«
propriating $45,000 to the improvement of the
navigation of the James and Appomattox riv
ers, waa previously adopted by a vote of 105
There is hardly a doubt that the bill will
pass the Senate with this amenJment undis
Later from the Isthmus.—Arrival of the
New York, July 31.
The steamship Sierra Nevada, Oapt.
from Aspinwall, Navy Bay, July 22d, arrived
at this port last night. She brings gold dust
to the amount of about $11,000.
Affairs on the Isthmus were much the same
as usual. The Panama Railroad Company
have erected a light on the extreme point of
Navy Island. A fatal affray occurred on the
1« tli of July, between Col. Wood and James
Dyer, resulting in the death of the latter.
The steamship Columbia, Capt. Dall, ar
rived at Panama on the 19th inst., from San
Francisco, with 70 passengers, and $550,000
Mr. Rice, Consul at Acapulco, had been
called to the city of Mexico by the U. S. Min
ister there, in order to have an explanation of*
his arrest. The day after Mr. Rice started, an
express was dispatcned by the authorities at
Acapulco to seize and bring him back.
Dates from Valparaiso to the 28th June, had
been received at Panama.
From Guayaquil we learn that Flores was
still three miles below the city, having been
deterred from entering by the French frigale.
Other reports say that he hud taken the towm
and others again that he had attempted and
fulled. Nothing definite, however, had been
Sailing of the Humboldt.
New York, July 31.
The Humboldt sailed for Havre, via Cowes,
at noon to-day, with f 100,000 in specie and 131
passengers, among whom we notice the names
of Lorenzo Draper, Esq., U. S. Consul at
Havre, Mr. L. Pengnet, bearer of dispatches
and Messrs. Travers, Jentinetta, Hafelyn and
For the Fisheries.
New York, July 31.
| The steam frigate Mississippi sailed this fore
noon for the fishing ground, be aring the broad
pennant of Com. Perry. This mission of the
Mississippi, it is believed, will shortly be ac
complished, and will not interfere with her
connection with the Japan expedition.
More of the Wreck.
New York, July 31.
Nine more bodies have been recovered to
day,making iu all seventy three. Others are
still missing. This morning a derrick was
made last to the iil-futed steamer, but little
could be done owing to the entangled state of
Double Execution at Poughkeepgie.
PoUGHKEKPiiiE, July 30.—Ann lloug and
Jonas Williams this day suffered the extreme
penalty of the law in our Court-house. The
former was convicted of the murder of her
husband, Nelson Hoag, in the latter part of
June, 1851; and the latter of the murder of his
step child, by the commission of a rape in
January last. The woman was 31 yeurs of
age, and the negro 27. Both declared their
innocence, and marched to the gallows with
firm steps. The woman was convicted of poi
soning her husbt.nd, and although she admit
ted he died from the effects of arsenic, she de
nied her guilt. There are many interesting
features in her case. Site was a woman of
noble appearance, naturally shrewd and in
telligent, but without education. The bodies
of the two were this evening buried in the
grounds attuched to our Court-house. Sheriff
Moray performed his duty well.
Boston, August 1.
The schooner Helen Maria, of Gloucester,
Mass., was Eeized on the 26th of July, off Sablo
Island, by a Biitish cutter. The crew of the
schooner asserted that they had not been fish
ing, but only put in for supplies.
Secretary Corwln in Canada.
Albany, July 30—A dispatch from Mon
treal says that Secretary Corwin passed
through there to day, having had an interview
at Quebec with the Provincial Government,
supposed upon the fishery question.
Death of General Jesse Armstrong.
Rome,N. Y.July 30.—Gen. Jesse Armstrong,
a well known and prominent citizen of this
place, died this morning. He was a member
of the Assembly in 1849, and was the Demo
cratic candidate for Senator last fall.
BALTIMORE MARKETS, July 31.
Sales of 1000 bbls. Flour at $4. Grain
NEW YORK. MARKETS, July3l.
Sales of 10,000 bbls. Flour—prices un
changed. Mixed Corn 6o eta.
ry Once ayaiu must we call attention to the
praises volunteered by the customers who patrou
ize the Virginia Daguerrean Gallery, at
No. 145 Main street, of waich Mr. WM. A. PRATT
is Proprietor. „
Hays Mr Fabius Lawson: "Mr. Pratt has takeu
four Likenesses of me, all of which were not only
satisfactory to me, but have been said by all to be
exact The one to-day, being the hhh, is rather bet
ter than those taken before."
Savs Mr. Hurley, ot Prince Edward : '• Mr. Pratt
is the only artist that his ever taken a good Like
ness of me, the eyes in particular/
Stys Mr. J. A. Winston : " Mr. Pratt has thU day
takeu throe Pictures of me, which 1 think perlect as
any i ever saw." _ . . .
Says Mr. Sawyer: "The five Likenesses taken
of me by Mr Pratt to day I consider first rate."
AU th« above are copies from the album of the
Virginia Gallery, Wo. 145. Main street au i
tr To the Citizens ol jMehmoad sad
Transient Visitant.—lf you wish to have your
hair cut and dre.-sed in* the most fashionable and
tasteful style, and your whiskers chaag ed to a beau
tiful black or brows color, please call at thi Hair
cutting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, under
the American Hotel.
N B—Hot, eold, and shower baths can be bad
daily from 6 A M to 10 P M, and on Saturday at 11
Single bat b25 ou; five tickets for #1. Entrant*
11m street. jy 24
jgf. "t'Wrt to A* If^MMn
™g»»Ui» MCw forth, Prwr«Uta f dlmm.
U € * to
r o£o tt A D lrrE& to^^
g «tu. a,,
article, so extensively advertised put together h
i* the omy ceruin and unfallin* remedy for MFR
CUKJAL DISEASES. It wilTSure afluSZ * the
primary and secondary stages, as can be testified
to by hundred* ot grateful patients whom delicacy
lorbids naming in public. For diseases of the
LIVER it has never lailed. It positively cures
ScToiula and Eruptions cf all kinds. Blotches on
the Face, and roughness of the Cuticle are in •
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 uoxious or hurtful articles, can be given
with impunity in any weather, and will be found
the best medicine for the Spring which can be used,
or has eve, been tried.
Call and see the directions ,with a description
and hiuory of the medicine and a number of
wonderful certificates from persons you know.
BENNETT ii BEERS, Druggists. No. 125 Main
stieet, are the sole Agents lor the sale of it in
Richmond, who will supply Druggists and others to
sell again, and to whom all orders uiiut be address
ed, as it must pais through their hands.
my 4—3 m
m BP Great Core for Bowel Complaints.
The most sale and »ure compound tor Bowel Com
plaint*, Pains in the Stomach, Cholera, Cholera
Morbus, Dysentery, Pain in the Back, Sides or
Limbs, Toothache, bruises and Sprains, is Dr.
Ruse's Pain Curer. This remarkable preparation
g;ves instant reiit-f to ali pains, and is used by the
old and young. Thousands have been relieved in
a few minutes from the most acute pain. Id bot
tles at 124,25 and 50 cents, and for sale by Bennett
&. Beers, Adie &. Gray, Purceli, Ladd Sl Co, R. R
Dura). O. A. Strecker, A. Bodeker, J. Blair, S. M-
Zachrisson, W. P.Ladd. Gay nor & Wood, je 22
BP LIVER FILLS.—PREPARED FROM
THE MASS OBTAINED AT THE ROCKBKIOGE
(Va.; ALUM SPRINGS.—The>e Pills are Diuretic,
Cathartic, Tonic and Alterative in their efiects up
on the system. They excite the action ol the Liver
in many cases in which Calomel would have no ef
fect. They are also peculiarly efficacious in Fe
The wonderful success which has attended the
usb of the Rockbridge Alum Water and Pill* for
many years, in a great variety of diseases, has ac
quired for it a celebrity rarely if ever equalled, and
is steadi'y increasing. The most eminent Chemists
of the day have examined the Water and Pills, and
tound it possessed extraordinary Medicinal proper
ties. It has been declared by the best authorities
to be a cure for every torrn of Scrofula, Chronic
Liver D'seases, all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach
and Bowels, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diseases of the
Eyes, Mereu-ial Atiectione, and particularly adapt
ed to cases of Passive Uterine Hemorrhage, com
plicated with derangement of the Liver and Sto
mach, and many ether disorders arising from im
purity ol the biood.
for sale by Druggists and country merchants
generally throughout the United States.
Price 81 per vial, S3 per dozen.
Druggitts and others wishing to purchase in
large quantities, or become Agents for tne sale ot the
above celebrated Liver Piils, will please address
BOOTH ANDERSON «fc CHRISTIAN,
Alum Springs, Rockbridge Co.. Va , or
JOHN H. SEAYRES,
je 7 Columbian Hotel, Richmon
CHOLERA, DIARRHtEA, CHO-
LbliA MORBUS, CHOLICS, CHAMP, (,RIPING
PAINS IN THE BOWELS, SPASMODIC AND
NERVOUS D!SORi)EItS, &c.. be cured by
Stub!er-*8 Great Summer Remedy
None genuine without the signature ot R. H
Stables M. D.
Ckilla and Fevers, Ague. Bilious, Remittent
arid Nervous Fevers, General Weakness, Weari
ness in the Limbs' Chronic Debility, Jaundice,
Dy.-peptia. &.c., may be cured by Stabler's Great
Ague and Fever Speciric.
None genuine without the signetnre of R. H.
Stabler, M. D.
Stnbier's Alterative—A valuable remedy for
Impurities of the Biood, Erysipelas, Boils, Salt
Rheum, Milk Crust, Rheumatism, Bronchitis. En
iaried Tamils, Sore Throat, Dropsy, Ulcers on the
legs, Swelied Glands, Deranged Liver, Oppression,
Palpation of the Heart, Tetters, die, «fc.
All of the above for saie in Richmond by GAY
NOH & WOOD,DOVE & ISAACS and PURCELL,
LADU A. CO. R. H. STABLER, M D.
je 28—3 in* Alexandria, Va
I)ttguerreut) pi'« ot"Children, Fami
ly *.ioup», single Portraits, iie ac., executed in
a sryle equal to the finest ivory pairitiug and quite
as durable. Copies made from oil paintings, Da
guerreotype*, and every other description of pic
The friends of Mr Clay can see a very tine Da
guerreotype of this great statesman, lrom whi'h
copies ot any size can be made, a d set in pin*,
rings. &.c , Ot' tramed, making a handsome and
valuable ornament to the parlor or drawing room.
Mr Clay himself stid ot this picture, "Thai it was
the best he ever had taken."
M. P. SIMONS,
jy 1 151 Kagle Square.
How many expressions of commendation
I ever hear in my saloon. " Why, he takes them
every time." " How beautiful that is.'' " That's
you. Kate." "1 never saw any thing more per
fect." "Oh! why, how he does lake them." '• I
like his style, his positions." "Oh, the dear little
thing ; why, be took it laughing, at the first time."
And many more of the same sort. Those who
want a beautiful, durable and lifelike Portrait at
ail, will come to MOULSON'S,
Patent Process Daguerrean Gallery, 110 Maiu st,
door above Mitchell & Tyler's Jewelry store.
Don't mistake the ulaee. jy 1
gf A Common Expression.—They are cer
tainiy the most life like Daguerreotypes we
have ever seen—so say persons almost daily, on
visiting our rooms. We endeavor to make them
appear natural and life like, in position, expression,
and finish, and how far we succeed, we leave the
public to decide; and we are p eased to say that
many decide in our favor, daily We Invite all
who aiay wish Daguerreotypes, and the public in
general, to call and examine our Pictures, our se
lection of Cases, Frames, Lockets, Puis. and prices,
and after such examination you think you can be
better suited elsewhere, we will think just as much
of you as if you had patronized ua. Unless we
merit your patronage w< do not wisn it
MINNId & WATSON,
Daguerreotvpists end dealers in Stock,
35J Main st, (Mansion House) Richmond, and
Sycamore st, Petersburg, Va. jy 31
ty The Voice of the Pre*.-" Simon*'
Lik-ii esses are the nest we have ever seen."—Eve
ning Poet As our citizens are leaving (or watering
places, &.C, a likeness of a friend at aucta aperioc U
always received as a special gift, to be treaauied as
a household god. What young man is there who
would object to a beautiful likeness of his "lady
love t" or what young lady would reiuae a smiling
likeness of her beau ? or what patent or child ex
ists who would not look with deiigbt upon the iike
nes3of each other? A more truly valuable gift
cansot be conceived of than the beautiful, artistical
and richly colored Daguerreotypes, such as are ta
ken at M. P. SIMONS',
jy 17 151 Main street, Eagle Square.
jy Mexican .Uuacaug Liniment, 1m
provement, Prugress, Growth. —These are now the
order of the day. And the great desire for these is
the troving cause to the great advancement now in
operation In the Medical world. New light blaze*
up and old practises and old mixtures a'e discard
ed. The 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
it so successful and why so many physicians that
are acquainted with it* virtues preacribe and re
"fey The dilec mt the New"York Her.
aldTPhiladelphia Ledger, Baltimore tea, Baltimore
CUooor. and General Depot tor all the Newspapers,
and Cheap Publications, is at lOOJ
Broad atzeet, opposite the Broad Street Hotel,
THOMAS H. GKEgfIAM,
MiIMOTB fill* CONCKKT, ?*
»®W ORLEANS OP&BA TKOUPE,
oNd^»n&iSf,Ss20 N d^»n&iSf , Ss2S fc !L , t: t
*o£iZ!L to m,
i Gold r«Dd(i
3 Gentleman's Rial
3 Ladiea' Caff Pin
• Miniature Locket
7 Ladies' Kins (diamond set)
g Gold Pen and tlQver Pencil
}? Ear Rin *«. witli settings
11 splendid Brooch
13 C«.ff Pin*
13 BUver Bouquet Holder
14 Gole Pencil
15 Young Genu' Bine
1« Set Toilet Box
I? Tortoiie BheU Card Caae
18 Mine*' Ear Rings
1# Gold Pencil
20 (Splendid Gold Watch
"*"1 every person, purchasing a Tick
wlted wUhn„f rt h ° U **«■»■■, will be p-e
--r.-,^ h person attending the Bnxes will
Receive fw. N.-Wj,., , to
In addition to thU
«> fi Troupe will appear in
KAVANAGH WITH UK IRISH SONGS
Lynch and Katner with their Ballade and
Boxes, 50 cents; Pit, 25 cento. Gallery, 50 cento-
Colored Gallery, 25 cents.
Seats and Tickets can be secured during the day,
from 9 AM. The Jewelry can also be seen at the
Theatre. au 2—lt
-r-.IT""" , k. military asm civjC
inc Virginia Rifles, Captain A. Bodeker, will
make an Excursion of Pleasure down the river on
board tbe steamer CURTIS PECK, on Monday
Evening, August 2d, 1852 The boat wiH leave
the whan at Rocketto, at 7 o'clock precisely, and re
turn about 12. The Armory Brass Band and
Cotillon Music have been engaged lor the occasion.
Relreshments on board as usual.
Tickets for a gentleman and lsdy 61; each addi
tional lady 50 cto—to be had of Messrs. Haskins&
Libby, at Rockette, any officer of the compaay,and
at th« boat upon the day of tbe excursion.
N B. —Should the WKiiher prove unfavorable, the
Excursion will be posiponed until Wednesday, the
4>h August. jy 31 —2t
SHERIFF'S SALE.—WiII be sold lor cash,
in fiont of the County Court House of Henri
co, on Monday, the 2d day of August, a Negro
Woman named Sahy, the property of Edwin Hill,
to satisfy two executions 111 my hands, in favor of
John A. Hutchison vs Edwin Hill,
jy 31' ALEX B HUTCHISON, S. H. C.
Notice.— richmoad building fund
CO PAN Y.—There will be a Meeting of the
Stockholders of this Company at Boshei'i Hall,
Monday Evening, August 2d, at 8 o'clock.—
Mr inbeie will please pay the August instalments to
the Secretary, before 9 o'clock of that evening, as
there will be more than the usual amount of busi
ness betore the meeting.
jy 30—2t B. W. KNOWLES, Sec.
SITUATION WANTED.—A Gentleman of
good business qualities, industrious habits, an
excellent pei.rnai), and a superior accountant, is in
want of a Situation in this city. He would b.-. glad
to obtain a place as Clerk it Book Keeper.
The very best testimonials as to integrity and ca
pacity, will be glvm. jy 31—3t
'I^OBACCONISTS.—EngIish Essential OH of
A Bitter Almonds.—3o lbs, warranted puie and
genuine, imported direct from the manufacture e,
in London, tor our sales. Also, 100 lbs fiesh Si
tily Oil Bergamot; 50 lbs Oil Cinnamon ;50 lbs
Oil Cloves, Lemon, Annise, &c, all ot the best
quality, which we cell low.
BENNETT &. BEERS,
jy 31 Druggists, Main strent.
Five DOLLARS REWARD.—Strayed
Iroin my resioenc .several weeks since, a dark
red COW, —the ends of her horns sawed wtf, no
other marks recollected. She was purchased of
mr R. Lipscomb, near tbe Oaks, in Hanover coun
ty A reward o. io will be given for her delivery
at my honse, near Mitchell's Spring.
jy 31—2t* BENJAMIN P. PRYOR-
New books for the country.
The BLlherdale Romtnce, by Nathaniel Haw
thorne. ]2tco—7s cents
Time and Ti. e, or Strive and Win, by A S Roe—
Houghing it in the Bush; or, Lite in Cacada, by
Susannah Muodie,'2 parts—so ceuts
Up the Khine, by Thomas Hood, with Comic 11-
lustiations, 2 parte—so n-nts
L,it!le Pedlington and the Pedlingtonians, by John
Poole, 2 vols §1
Papers from the Quarterly Review, 1 volume—
Memoirs and Biographies of Literary Men, con
nected with Newspaper Literature, from 16U0 to
180U, by Joseph Buckingham, 2 v< Is— $1
to line, or Magnolia Vale, by Caroline Lee llcntz
— 50 cents
A Faggot of French Sticks; or, Paris in 1851, by
Sir Francis Head, 1 vol—Bl
The Knights of England, France and Scotland,
by Henry W Herbert, 1 vol—Si 25
The Days of Bruce, by Grace Aguillar,2 vcls—
A Step from the N w World to the Old and Back
Again, by Henry Tappari, 2 vols—sl 75.
For sale at
j> 30 MORRIS' BOOKSTORE.
A COMPANION TO UNCLE TOM'S
Thompson's Bank Note Reporter for August—l2c
Life in the south : a companion to Uncle Tom's
Cabin, by C H Wiley, ot North Carolin'a, author of
••Alamance,'' a c.. embellished with fourteen beauti
ful illustrations from original designs, drawn ex
pressly lor this »urk, by Darley—soc
Harper's Magazine expected this evening. at
ii. M. WEST t BROTHER'S,
jy 20 Exchange Buokstore.
CIHAMOIS, OR WASH LEATHER —
' For cleaning carriages, silver piate, sc., for
saie by PURCELL, LADD tc CO.,
jy 29 Prut gists, 92 Main street
LARD OiL.-j bbis, in hue order, f«,r sale at
lowest market piices, by
BENNETT * BEERS,
jy 30 Dr'-g gists, Main street.
BURNINU XLLIO.—IO btils treat), and of
warranto J superior quality, for sale by
jy 30 BtNSETT at BEERS, Druggist*.
|>HOMP.-ONIA.\ MEDICINES.—A full
J. supply of Composition, Cayenne Pepper, Wo
man's Friend, Bay berry, Mandrake, Lotie.ia, Blood
Root, Spice Bitters, Number Six, Black Root, 4tc,
for sale by BENNETT A. BEERS,
jy3o D'Uifji.ts, Main street.
Boilei linseed oil and DRV.
ING JAPAa—ior sa.eby
BKNNKTT St BEERS,
jy 30 Druggists, Maiu street-
FRESH BUTTEH,onice, receiriogcaily «nd
atlling low by thepouud or package,
HULST dt KING,
jy3o Old Market and 232 Bro»d street
UiCKUMi Vi.NUbiAit a.*U BfiCba
M. A tuil assortment at loweat prices, ior sale by
bULST tt KING,
j? Old Market and 23jBroau street.
I "i Ik/tQ BUiS HKST PERUVIAN
UUaNO, in store and daily expect
ed, tor sale by
jy 30— Baw4wif HUGH W. FRT.
AWTKB TO Himt,itiw«LHUtturßOT
to wait in tore.
Jy 14 ft. M- ZIMMERMAN.
JLD WHISKEY.-75 bol* t>e»t branda, for
•al by „
jy 30 DAVENPORT. ALLEN A CO-
L> ECTIFiBD t * rreJ *
' Muuntam Dew," forsale by
jy 30 n*VKMPOKT. ALLEN *. CO
AGUE AND FEVER KILLER—These ftUa
are beyond all doubt the moat speedy aedcert#*
rtmeuy fcr the cure uf the Ague and
and Fever in its various !<***■ m*r broajttt betore
the public—for the Mat rfyeara and the expert****
of hundred* nave proved it such. Try 8, yon woo
Tal. J. PICOT.
VWrUtli biVa 11 J ll
»T JAMM M. MTU>«.
S Bt, M
LUMBER, AT AUCTION —WOJ be nld oa T«
**%■»«■ Hwto eoMtr.kklfa
of wttow «rf I »wbii
1. a ■•
good OU PUnk, fcr 2?? 00 fa—
ScMUiiig, 10 to 25 •« 3b»<
wain edge P'.ank, do BedsfeLl Lf"' "*
Hickory, „wed. for * mb ~' "* >«* of
Ta.Ma.-Fur the Mule, and fco^
months credit for appromd negotiable iun>«
BY JAMES 3f. TAYLOR.
FOURTEEN BUILDING LOTS ON
r UNION HILL AT AUCTION.-Will be sold
on WEDNESDAY, the 4th August, at 4 o'clock, P M
upon the premises respectively, fourteen Building
LOTS, situated on Union Hill, near Aabury Chapel
—three of them front on 28th street, at iu lntersec*
tion with O street; five on O, at its intersection with
29th street, being within the enclosure of John
Watkine, Esq; one on Venable, ne»r 27th street,
I and fire on 27th, at ita intersection with P atreet
u,?!? are «M of good size, and lie well fji
Tzaifs made to mit purchasers.
J"^- e "toye sale *• peremptory, persons may
attend with lhe assurance that every lot offered
will positively be sold.
j /.?° .v v. JAMES M TAYLOR, Auct
Alter the above wiU be sold a Lot of Ground,
fronting aboat 26 feet on Short street, near the res
idence ol Dr. Strecker, aad running back 132 feet
being one ot the prettiest building loU now to be
bad in that very improving part ot the citv
JAMES M. TAYLOR. Auct.
TWO HOUSES AND LOTS ON 2ND
STREET AT AUCTION—WiII " .old on
i next, the 3rd August, at half 5
o clock, PM, upon the premises, two Houses and
Lota on the West side of 2nd street, adjoinina the
store of Mrs. Downey. Toe Houees front about 21
feet each, are in good order, and at all times com
mand good rents.
Terms at sale.
jy 29 JAMES M. TAYLOR. Auct.
BY GEORGE J. sUfltfrKKl
A D UOLD* AND A k'tCHEN S 'f URNrrURK
Thursday Morning, sth August, commencing at
10 o'clock, at toe late residence of JS. M. Kewburn
dee d, on Frank:in street, opposite the Old Market'
will be sold at auction, the entire Household and
Kitchen Furniture, belonging to the estate, and con
sisting of the usual variety. Terms—All sums un
der ®jO, cash; and fjr all sums over <50, ninety
days credit on good and approved negotiable pa
RICHARD SEDGWICK, Adm r.
Sale conducted by
jy 29 GEO. J SUMNER, Auctr.
BY GEORixE J. SUMNER.
ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, com
mencitg at 4 o'clock, will be sold at auetion,
on Fourth street, between Broad and Marshall sts.,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, consisting of
the usual variety. Terms cash.
Sale conducted by
«u 3 GEO. J. SUMNER, Auctr.
BY WELLINGTON UODDIN.
Beautiful and desirably 10.
CATED FARM TWO MILES WEST OF
RICHMOND, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—By re
quest of the trustee, I will sull at public auction, on
the premises, on Tuesday, the 3d day of August.
1852, commencing at 5 o'clock that most beautiful
and attractive Farm now in the occupancy of Dr
Gregory. It contxins ISO acres ot land, and lies
about two miies West of Richmond. The toil is
red cluy. and is believed to be (qua! to any in this
neignborhood. Tne improvements consist of an
elegant Gothic cottage, newly bui t, containing 12
rooms, finished in modern and handsome siyl<,
with extcding arour d the greater por
tion of the dwelling. Besides the hiindsome dwell
inir, there are other bui dings upon he place, (suit
able tor its accommodation,) such as barn, stable,
carriage house, servant houses, &c, See.
After the sale of the Farm, (of which due notice
will be given.) the growing Crops will be sold.-
Also, the household Furniture, stock of Horses,
Cows. Farmiug Implements, dec.
In the meantime, that i«, before the sale at auc
tion, the Farm m»y be pui chafed at private sale,
together with ever} thing upon it, and an arrange
met. t made to hire the Negroes tor th s balance of
Terms—As to the terms of payment, they can be
made ver*» accommodating, upon tne pay men; of a
one-fourth or a one ttiird el ttie purchase money in
cash, the remainder ca:i remain for a period it tire
years, the interest being paid half yearly, and the
principal properly secured.
Pers .ns deriroiis ol purchasing the place are re- !
spectiully invited to examine the same.
jy 29—ritds vV. GOUUIN, Auct.
CAL.E UNDER DKCRKIC OK THE
>3 COURT —By virtue of a decree of the Circuit
Court of Chancery, pronounced on the 4th May,
185 a, in the suit uf Colquitt vs. Ellis k. Co., I will
sell to the highest bidder, tor eaah, a Neyro Wo*
man, (Vanon; at the auction room ot N it. &C.B-
H., on THUKSDAY, the sth August, 185*.
THOMAsi VV. DOsWELL,
jy 29—r)td Commiesi-ner.
a ■C* STRAYED from my residence,on
the 20th instant, a chesout colored
ji Cow and a small Heifer about 18
■®™.uonths old. with crooked horns and ot
a brindle color. Any information that will lead to
their recovery will be thaakfull received and libe
rally rewarded. MICHAEL NENZEL,
Franklin street, 3 doors below Trinity Church.
jy 28 Corner of Main and 12th sis.
£V-_ HOUSE AND WAUON FOR
I offer for sale a large, well-made
Uuitt about nine years old, works well in single
or double harness, and sold lor no lault; and a one
horse Wagon and Harness A bargain may be bad
by early application.
jy 28 JAMES M.TAYLOR.
TO THE PUBLIC. —WM. C- BAI
LEY respectfully announces to the Ladies
and Gen'leinen of Richmond, that he haa
now the best C vTILLON BAND in the
city, and that he is prepared to furnish Music for
Excursions, Pie Nic and other parties.
Ordeisltfft at Mr James H. irvin'a, on Broad »t.,
next to the Swan Tavern, or at Mr George Sad
ler's Hotel, will meet with prompt attention.
WHtrfß) TO TRAVEL LEtt 9 .—To
BCC i i iathoae contemplating vi.iiiag the
V\springs. Bathing places, or any
'wnere else that business, health or
pleasure mry entice them, 1 wish to say a word or
two. It you want to buy a Trunk of any descrip
tion, be sure that you come down or up, as the case
may be, to No. 43 Main street, sign ot tne Big Boot,
just below the City Hotel on the oppuMte side, aa
I tee' sure you can save money by soOolng. as i
have just received • targe lot ot them
they will be sold very low, at WAL»n ».
Recollect sign of the B t Boot. }'
~~S7 PUR BOSTON. —Toe superior Us 1
MAitY WJSE.Capt Croeken,
??RTei?y to reeeiye Ireigbt as above, mi will
sail with ail possible dispatch.
Forfreightorp— S e, W 'y^ BT
rjntUlß HOUSE MOUUtIIWe-Ju hhds,
t/°«** Jeby DAVENPORT. ALLEN * CO.
ASU BrtfKTlAli ruWtfh*.
JV 700 kegs, warranted ot best quality, for sale
3-1 DAVENPOR! ALLEN * CO.
S"y tf gs«>t—trtsao. sugar, asolassrt, itsu, etc.,
received oe storage in the largeeettar under the
Virginia Central Railroad Dgwt
jy 3—la » HUNTER, A (rot
aiui MMrrV fLUUtt lAktuLß, in
dUU good ortter tor saie by
je» I7i Main street
'sssn c 6.
kone Miitßuuy iNaloiiyaikar arMn.
""Nmfymilttw i<lnlfw -"--in. tat
f »P'<ii <i|ti*lor thn last ihmiiw Wl rf
>«fanwo(Bt waaDyi inifr. frwMi
Iroadftti nliqlwflmd extant, Sat
»fe wureally aburden—lb* NMkni«M«f>
ereat to th»t oaaay crbrr person of I ka*e
leard.at time* tt was tike the palpitation of «•
there wit i eooKtst tfaaopißc mm! benfatf
without intermiuioß, abost the n-gioe of Ike heart,
and Woaaaeh—aone of the attack*
wr wanka ij mom eh was —efc dirtendtd. wfch
great weakoeaa and constipation of
_ .i 1 ccb;<l not eat tka moat simple load
•itoootDain. I also sniferrd |r atly from dieanse
SJrf Wttk ®onatant pain in the baak, ao
oajy with (tmidifficult,-Itrted
thwiiKmi'Sr 1 1 »jJ UMIia4M-
I related to five it a
though persuaded by my friend*. *atTl m
ch wed a tew bottle* and m * *°"P* r "
After taking it a few lime*, it had a -' T ?
etfect upoti me—mj cocfidence increased —
taking three bolt*., my Dyspeprt* or
the atotnach, waa nearly if not enure,* earaZ i
now teel myself a new man, and in batter health
toan for years. lam certain that the cure ba*
case was made by this H«mpto<.'a Vegetable Tfan
tureaiunt. cfioce my cure,! have recommended
the '1 incture to a number of my friends, who have
also been relieved by it. Pome of the cures hare
been made u rapid aud equally wonderful as miaa,
1 present my respect* to Messrs Mortimer it,
Mowbray, the proprietors oi this valuable Medicine,
and say to them it* value is above price, and from
my cure and what I have seen ot toe effects upon
others, t shall ever feel it my doty im recommend
it to the suilenng. 1 have no douot many valasbln
lives will oe prolonged by iu use 1 hope the af
flicted will cast asiue their prejudices and give it a
lairtiial. Yours most respectiullj,
HEV. VEENON ESKRIDGE, U. a. M.
Portsmouth, Va., Aug 18,1891.
Mr J. E Boueh—bear&ir: While lam in n
ral opposed to Patent Medicine*, candor compels
me 10 state tnat 1 have great confidence in the vir
tues of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. For several
months past 1 have used it in my family, and in
dyrpepsia, loss of appetite, dizziness, and general
debility, with eniire success. So tar as my expe
rience extends, therefore, 1 take pleasure in reeam
mending it to the afflicted as a tale and efficient re
medy. 1 am, respectfullv, yours,
Chaplain U. c*. Navy.
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy it*
mild action on the Htomkch, Liver arid the Kid
neys, will cure Dytpepsia, Cough, Asthma, Brofr
cniai and Lung Attections, Pains in the back, Side
and Breast, Consumption, Scroluia Rheumatism,
Gout, Neuralgia, Fistula, Piles, bowel Complaints,
Worms, Nervous Debility, with all diseaaes arising
from impure bloud, and u the greatest Female Mn
dicine ever known
Call ob those having this wonderful article for
lale and get pamphlet! gratis, ana read WitMf
Irom the best men in the country.
Cholera Morbus, Cholie, Diarrhoea, and fell
diseases incident to the bowel* in the summer sea
son, it has no equal.
for sale by O. A. 3TRECKER, Main street, Ricfi>
mond ; G. B. JONES 6t CO.,Petersburg, Va;Dv.
COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER it MOW
BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggitta generally.
IV iiW LAW.—No iid Braiuiwaue'c Keirtsfwct
i ™ of Practical M- uicine and Surgery— $1
The Upper Tea Thousand, iietcben of ftmwtrnn
Society, by C Astor Bristed—so cents
Vol <5 English Law and Equity Kepoits—l2
No 20 London Labor and London Poor—l 2 eta
Second supply Dickens' Cleafc House, No S
Abbott's Mother at Horns, new edition, improved
and enlarged—plates, 60 ceuta
Abbott's Marco Paul's Travels, Forests ot Miami,
and Adventure* in Veimont—so cents
July No North American Review received, with
othei new Books, by
jv 29 J. W. RANDOLPH.
LlV*. UOLitjAtto KtWAUU.-Uuu a»«y
r irom (he subscrioer a lactory, on 23rd June, a
negro man named LEWIS, the property of Ma
Sarah B. Watt, and hired o! Mr. George Watt.—
The said negi ois about 45 years of agt, ol low stat
ure, black, and speaks quick. The aoove leward
will be paid lor his delivery at my factory, oppoaile
the Danville Railroad Depot, Kichmond.
jy *B—2<v J. B WALKER.
sLA'I t—l htu piepaiea to e*«*
cute wiih promptness and diayateh, all "or"
dera entreated 10 toy charge lor (ha above article'
Sample* may be aeea at my cilice.
KOohltT HAN KIN,
jy 34 G'oraar i&d and Wftai at*.
OlLi—73 baaksta, (uiuoki
ulacturing, fur aale at market ratra, by
B&NNKTT ft BhtRS,
jy 31 Druggiat*, Maw meet
M~ ACCAMOSii.—lOboxeafreah llallaaflac
caruni received, fur aale by
jy 31 *R. M. BURTO*.
Marshal.!, HALT.- 400 Mckalo Sbr*
10. aale by
jy 31 WILLIAMS A BROTHER.
BAO'Oft ft 1 ORB A hit
hbda tor aale low to eloae a coualgnaeirt.
jy 31 WILLIAMS * BROTHER.
V*l»» HAZpOMjb.—A am 11 tuppl) St the
) genuine ejwiw Razurt, made by the cilibmM
Jaquea Le Coultre, received per tad ■ learner, aad
lor .ale by C. i. oINTON ft CO,
jy 31 lmportera ol Cutlery, 71 Mate rtrert.
IJL.Y eAfHtt.—J. W RANDOLPH hi for
' aale the celebrated fcgjpttaa Poiton Paper,-for
the deatructiou of fliea, ftp—lß centa jy
LI; .UK fc.lt.—so,UUU tett Wblte fate, aaaoTtedfc
120,000 leet Button wood aad Oak board*, m*
aoned; 4U.000 :eet 5 8 foplar; s.OOOleet I mcfado;
35.U00 let t Maple and Uu, landing and ior aale by
jy 2»-4t R. H WMITLOCK A >pM.
BAU uTtUnUß.—ttaiiroada aad Muleracaa
■' be aupplled with • auperior article.
jy fRY A M CAWDtMM.
£ Black 'lea, fur Family aae.
jy vil FRY It M CAHPLMH.
T«» fLMCHA&Jt,, a
hand lrou Chert. Apply •* J(d#
jy lt> /_
ajliPKHiOft SLACK bII>M Mltifc-
O We have juat reeled a lot of wy Wfrtkir
black titlk Mitta; aiao. ladiea* aad gentlemen'. Wtotte
and colored Rid Glovea, (AlexaoOer'a) at
CUARLta MARTW£LL * CO,
jy 29 Oppoaita Bwan Tavya.
•aACUA coaaury Itam « «»;.
0 per lor quality, lot tale by
jyS R. M- BURTOM.
tAsRa "Boaeer at Wuaor.'a" toperior &gar
cured MAM 4, for aale by
jy a» LEWIS P. CRKNRHAW It CO.
CtUltUKKee WATKR.-A lurtcer fpi*f
> Saratoga W aier. Congre** Spring, juat ra—ivad.
direct. PUKCiSLL., LAIIO ft CO..
Jyi* Dnagjfiata, ill Main auajfe.
XWrnOKMB'S AbW BOOR.-rijttH
■ ft WOOIiaOUBE have received the BlitMMe
Romance, by Matfal Hawthorne, aodlor of ***W.
"—'— ' «t T —i "i Hiit" ><
jy *» . : - a
M amicabu tiiymr>iw bag*, «rW*~
"A ru>r quality, ft>r aaite by
jy » DAVt.il PORT. ALLU M CP.
ACO-> *»A.up».—m law khdasosaii HSSr
atse Sugar curcd sed catvaaaed Maau, Me£4f ■
and for aale by '■ 5._
Jii» w " jum *
| 3u boaaa dbaa* reeafMg a»for
v> Bales low to eioae.
jyawt WllXtAM* ** V
01 t-.i, i, I aad H |d*A •W*_ n-Mtur —"
Alaa, WCM el •"*
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