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"the latest news.
The Steamer Atlantic Catastrophe.
Biffato, Aug. 24.—The inquiry into the
catastrophe of the steamer Atlantic is still pro
gressing. l»a«t ni?ht evidence wa» brought
forward which strongly inculpates the officer*
of the propeller Ogdensburg, leaving no douht
that she violated the mles of navigation. It
was also pioved that the Atlantic was well
provided « ill) lite preset vera, but that the want
o? presence of mind prevented the passengers
from availing liipmselves of the means of pre.,
nervation provided for them.
Trouble .I'Hongtl the Buffalo Firemen
Bi'FF'ai.o, Aug. 24.—A1l the (ire companies
cf this cit> turned out this morning, and march
it.c to a point wiieie they had elected Libertv
poies, publicly disbanded. Serious riots are
apprehended to nigh.', should the fire«bells
ring.
Apprehended Ri"t tit liuffalo.
BrFFiLo, Aug. 24.— A special meetirg ol
the common council was held to day, and the
t ipz< ns notified to tuin out to-night in case of
a The military have been placed under
arm*. ns the firemen have threatened to resist
f w attempt to work the engines.
Horrid Murdtr at Uhlersrille, Pa
Easton. Pa. Aug. 23—Last night, about 11
o'clock, a man named Jeremiah Thatcher, a
blacksmith, living ai Uhlersville, was dragged
jrom his house bv two men and a woman,and
•r.ost brutally murdered by them in the street,
bv bei e beat to death with a club or kicked
with a heavy boot. The body was dragged
about a i|uarier ol a mile from where the act
was committed, and thrown into the woods
amoiig some under brush, where St was disco
vered this morning, l'he murderers have not
vet been hi rested.
Hint among Railroad Laborers.
I Hf.viivr, Oil 0., Aug. 24.—A riot occurred
to-dny among the laborers on the railroad, in
ttiiirh one man was shot dead and several
others wouuded.
Steamboat Explosion and Loss of Life.
Si Lot is. Aug. 21.—The steamer Frank
lin, .No. 2, bound to Louisville, burst her boi
lers yesterduv, about 6 miles from this city,
killing 12 or 14 persons, and badly scalding'
,'iO oi hers. A large number of emigrants were
on board, many of whom are believed to have
be n lost. The cause of the accident is not
known.
Washington Matters.
W ashingto.v. Aug 24.—1t is stated that the
Hun. Lorenzo Borrows declines the appoints
ment ot Postmaster General, and that it will
probably be tendered to the Hon. Jus. IJrooks.
A duel is ' pprehended between M»j, l'olk
and Gen. Cullom ol I'enn., on account of
words which passed between them in debate
to day.
l"&~ Daguerreotypes in the Highest
Mate ot" the Art.—All who see SIMONS' Pic
lures lor thenrst time are struck with their beauty,
trutii, an.i strength, ana the wonder is not that our
p-iceis higher than thitt charged by some others,
b i! rath, r that such gems can be procured at any
p.lev. VV e tfi uot pietend toCompete In piice with
a novice, win te only object is the dollar, regardless
o: the advancement ot the art, or credit of its pro
leseorc:, whose productions compare as favorably
with a legitimate Daguerreotype as a figure head
up' l, h Dutch vessel does with th'* classical hgures
ui a Michael Ang-lo; and lor which any piice be
y i:d the mere cost of the materials used would be
an extortion und imposition upon the public.
M. P. SIMONS,
au7 151 Main street, Eagle Square.
Von niUßt not be prejudiced, but
t;ive tbem a trial in cased ol CUOLJSUA
AIOUBI ■« uml M »I.UER CO.MI'LAINTS.
These annoying an j dangerous diseases are becom
ing quite prevalent at this time, ard if not speedily
checked, olten destroy tne constitrtion, and not un
frequently il" j'.self. As a sure and speedy cure,
we know ol no lemedy equal to that universally
popular undiciue, UAKEU'S PHEJllUitl
BlTTEl[>>; nd We therefore advise every one
to give it aii inl As a preventive to indigestion,
aim H f jrr* ctor and pur.tii r of the Stomach, these
Hitters are Every lamiiy should
kei p rj lew hot.let on haLd.
1 o be had in k;chmond at the Drug Stores ot
A. KODEKER. ADIE 6z GRAY, BENNETT 4
BKI- KS, PURCELL, LAUD Sc. CO., and GAYNOh
A: VV JOD, Main street: U. BLAIR, WM. P. LAM
and SEABKt (OK i REEVE, Shockoe Hill, CHAS.
MILLSPAUGH, and THOMAS Sc. MCCARTHY,
au 10— la
' Willow ul Commodore Thompson.
Thousand* of f.uriivs Heur the Sauit*
Testimony.— i ruth is Mighty.—Thisisto cer-
My that 1 have been alllictcd with an atlection ot
the lver lor some jears, and a great debility ol all
my bouliy organs, loss of appetite, and subject to
ap p 'Xy ol ttie brain, violent headache, and affec
tion ill the nervous system, which atlected the eyes
so much that 1 cou.d with difficulty discern the
features ol any p- rs> n, unless very near, and look
i'-- steadily at them for some time. At the instance
ol a tiiend, 1 wa6 induced to take Hampton's Vege
table Tincture, ol which 1 hare taken lour bottlea,
and have new the happiness to inform the public
that the Sib've medicine has had the desired effect
ot completely curing all the complaiuts I have
stated, ana, 'hank God, 1 now leel better than I have
te i lor the la»t title* n jeare.
The Doctor is at liberty to publish this c 'rtificate,
as 1 leel it a duty due to bim and to persons who
are now sufleriug under complaints similar 10 mine.
E C. B. THOMPSON,
\\ nlow ot the late Commodore Thompson.
Washington, New York Avenue.
Call on O A STRF-CKER and get pamphlets
gratis See advertisement in to day s payer.
au 19
(Jreat l ure for Dyspepsia.—Dß. J
S. KOj-E'S D\.-.PEPTIC COMPOUND. AND
FAMILY Ol; ALTERATIVE PIuLS, both costina
75 cents.
1 have cured more than five thousand ueraons of
Dyspepsia ini Liver .Hints with my Uy»pep
tie t OXI2 pound anj fam..y i':::s iteaj ta« loiiow
ing letter trom a gentleman in Virginia, whom 1
never saw. He is one ol thousands who are llviug
monument* ot the great cures made by my Farm
ly Medicines.—J .- Rose, M D.
Dinwiddih Co , Va., June, 1852.
To Dr. J. S. Ho.e, Philadelphia—Dear Sir: Fol
tie sake ol humanity, 1 write these tew lines to in
•mm you and the public generally, of the great
curt your Djspeptic Compound has made on me
in th- summer oi 1&50, I was a'.tacked with a vio
ient diarrhoea, and alter trying the remedies pre
scr.'j-d i.ytwoor three eminent physicians for lb
m it thi, without any effect, and being reduced al
in i: to a skeleton, and scarcely able to walk across
my room, ] accidentally received one ol your cir
cuits, in ufciiii I found my disease exactly de
scribed. My wer.t to PetersDurg and purcha's
< 1 a Dottle Ol tne DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND, with
a b,vx ol your FAMILY OB ALTERATi /E.PILLS,
fciia ; i rtiy gr« at astonishment and satisfaction, I
louna _'i i «t relief in a lew days; and in two weeks
J »as tntiieiy well. At this "time lam in better
m-aiih i have been in ten «r twelve year*. In
short, sir, your medicine saved my lite.
Vour, with respect, GEO. J. JONES.
• -.j ,;e preparations, and ail Ur. Rose s cele
t.ii.-u t aiiui) M^cSiciLen,
tor «*:•• by Adie &i Gray, Purce'l, Ladd Sc. Co.,
B< nnett a. Beers, Ale* Duval, R. r. Duval, O. A.
Strecuer, A. Bodeiier, Gaynor Sc Wood, J. Blair S.
M. Zachrlsson and VV.p. Ladd. jy
Or CHOLERA, UIAURIIUsA, CHO
1-1.n A MOKfit's, CHOLICS, CttAMP, GRIPING
i'A'NS IN THE BOWELS, SPASMODIC AND
NERVOUS DISORUEkS, 4.C., may be cured by
Mublcr's (.reut >umiiier Remedy.
None genuine wiUiout the siguature ol R. H
fc'l AfcLs.a, M 11.
Chllia and Ft*ver», Ague. Bilious, Remittent
a- j Nervous Fevers, General Weakness, Weari
ness in the L.mbs' Chronic Debility, Jaundice,
Dyepepsia, tc., may be cured by Stabler's Great
Ague and Fever Speciric.
None genuine without the signatstre of R. H.
Btabier, M. D.
istithler'a Alterative—A valuable remedy for
lmsvunties ol the hlood, Erysipelas, Boils, Salt
Rheum, Milk Crust, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, En
larged Tonsils, Sore Throat, Dropsy, Ulcera on the
legs, c welled <,lan.is, Deranged Liver, Oppression.
Palpation ot tbe Heart, Tetters, Sec. Sc.
All ot the above for sale in Richmond by G AY
NOR 4c WOOD.DOVE t ISAACS and PURCELL,
LADU St. CO. R. H. STABLER, M D.,
Alexandria, Va
TELEGRAPHIC. NEWS
TRANSMITTED FOR THE DAILY IHMPATCB
Caifren,
Washikctow, Avguat 23.
In the Senate, the Pi inting bill was under
discussion.
In ihe House, the bill for tho protection of
lives of passengers on steamboats, was uken
up and passed.
The difficulty which arose yesterday be
« ween Messrs. Folk, CoUum and White, dur
ing the discussion of the light house bill, has
been amicably adjusted.
M uriler.
Phii.auei.ahia, August 25
Thomas Baxter, a watchman on boird the
ship Thomas Watson, was murdered last night
by thieves w ho boarded the vessel for plunder.
The murderers were arrested.
BALI I.MORE MARKETS, August 25.
Sales of 11,500 bble. Flour at $4.50. —
Red Wheat,97 cte. to $1.00; White, $1.03 to
$1.06. Corn scarce and unchanged. Sales
[>t 4,600 bags Rio Cofff.f. at to 9i eta.
Who does, your Priming?
II you require CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILLS,
or PRINTING of any kind, and want your work
well done, at the Lowest Cash prices, call at the
Dispatch Office, on Governor street, 2 doors lrom
Main.
I.IVEtt PII.LB—PREPARED FROM
Tilt. MASS OBTAINED AT THE ROCKBKiUGE
(\ a ) ALUM SPRINGS.—The>e Pills are Diuretic,
Cathartic, Tonic and Alterative in their effects 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
male Diseases.
The wonderful success which hue attended the
use ot the Rockbridge Alum Water and Pills for
many years, in a great variety of diseases, has ac
quired tor it a celeority rarely if e er equalled, and
is steadily increasing. The most eminent Chemists
of the day have examined the Water and Pills, and
iound it possessed extraordinary Medicinal proper
ties. It has been dec.ared by the best autnoruies
to be a cure for every torm of Scrofula, Chronic
Liver Diseases, all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach
and Bowels, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diseases of the
Eyes Mercu-ial Atiections, and particularly adapt
ed to cates of Passive Uterine Hemorrhage, com
plicated with derangement of the Liver and Sto
mach, and many other disorders arising from im
purity ol the blood.
For sale by Druggists and country merchants
generally throughout the United States.
Price Si per vial, $8 per dozen.
Druggists and others wishing to purchase in
large quantities, or become Agents for the sale ot the
above celebrated Liver Puis, will please address
BOOTH ANDERSON &. CHRISTIAN,
Alum Springs, Rockbridge Co., Va , or
JOHN H. SEAYRES,
je 7 Columbian Hotel, Richmon
Once again must we call attention to the
praises volunteered by the customers who patron
ize the Virginia Skylight Daguerreau Gallery, at
No. 145 Maiu street, ol which Mr. WM. A. PRATT
is Proprietor.
Says Mr. Kabius Lawson: "Mr. Pratt has takea
four Likenesses of me, all of which were not only
satisfactory to me, but have been said by all to be
exact. The one 10-day, being the fifth, is rather bet
ter than those taken before."
Says Mr. Hurley, of Prince Edward : " Mr. Pratt
is the only artist that has ever taken a good Like
uess of me, the eyes in particular."
St ys Mr. J. A. Winston : "Mr. Pratt nas this day
taken three Pictures ol me, which I think perfect as
any I ever saw."
Says Mr. Sawyer: "The live Likenesses tak. n
ot me by Mr Pratt to day I consider first rate."
All the above are cop'ea from the album of the
Virginia Gallery, No. 145. Main street, au 2
DA << t Klk'ltEOT Y PIN G.
Secure the shadow ere the suustacce fade,
Let nature copy that which nature made;
Think not tiuse Portraits, by the sun light made,
Shades though they are, will, like a shadow, fade.
No ! When the lip ot llesh in dust shall iie,
When death's gray him spreads o'er the beaming
eye,
Moulson's lifeline Pictures,mocking at decay,
Will still be fresh and vivid as to day.
My Gallery is open from sun rise to sun set, over
Ridaick A: Benson's store, No IXC Main street, whera
1 shall be pleased to see visitors, to examine speci'
mens, whether they wish pictures or not. For por
traits ot adults by my patent process and improved
instruments, only one collar. A cloudy day is quite
as tavoraole as clear weather
F. E. MOULSON,
au 18 No 110 Main street.
JUST lUCEIVKO BY A. JiOltKl.S,
late Drinker & Morris—
'i he Clifford Family, or a Tale of the Old Do
minion, by one . f her Daughters
Lotus Hating: a summer book, by G W Curtis,
author of-'Nile Notes," Sec , illustrated, by Rensett,
Ttie Child at Home, or the Principl&s ot Filial
Duty, familiatly illustrated, by John S Abbott, au
thor of Mother at Home, Sc.c., very greatly enlaiged
and improved, with numerous engravings.
Evelina, or the History of a Young Lady'a Intro
duction to the World, by Miss Buroey.
No 6 Bleak House, by Chas Dickena.
No 26 Pictorial Field Book ot the Revolution, hi
fi nson J Lossing. uu2l
NKW (iUOlts FOR FALL ISA* Ju l
received, handsome Mouslaines and Calicoes;
Flannels, Blankets, Shirting, Sheeting, <tc. See.
Great bargains will be otiered in Summer Goods,
Many will be sold at and below cost in order to
make room tor the new goods yet to come, and to
raise as large an amount of Cash as possible. It is
the intention of the subscriber to offer g eat in
ducements to all who will favor him with a call —
All Goods will be oflered at a very small advance
upon the cost. Due notice will be given upon re
ceipt of the cheap Goods.
ABRAHAM LEVY, Jj\,
au 26 201 Broad street.
Rt N AWAY —trom the subscriber, on Mon
day momiug, a Negro Boy, named ALBERT
COFF. He is about 12 years old, fur feet high,
and of a mulatto complexion. He Was brought to
this city from Madison Court House, and it is prob
able he ha 6 made his way in that direction. Five
dollars reward will be paid for his delivery to the
subscribe!, or lor information that will lead to his
rt-covery. EMANUEL REBMONN,
au 25—d3:wit* Butcher, New Market.
m NOTICE.—The subscriber takes ■[1
B this method of informing his trieudsanc JaL
JK the public generally, that he is now receiv
ing direct irom the manufacturers, and will,
by tbe 15th day ot September, nave opened and
ready lor sale, au entire fresh stock of Boottt,
Choi's, Trunk-mid Carpet Hags, eniui acing
alt the different Kinds necessary for a genteel retail
store. This will not interfere witn the Hat and Cap
department of my business, as 1 have engaged a
gentleman of experience to manage the Shoe and
Boot branch; and in the Hat and Cap department,
1 pi-dge my personal attention and the aid of corn*
petent assistants. Paitlculars hereafter.
JOHN THOMPSON,
au 25 67 Main street.
If ATTENTION, EAliLfc INFANTRY.
■ —Attend a drill ot your Compauy at Lafayette
nT Hall, on Thursday next, the 26th inst, at 8
o'clock, P M, without Arm*.
By order of the Ist Lieu;. Commanding,
au 25 JOHN C. POWELL, O S.
~ FOR BUK lIKN. —The A. 1 Bremen
SCHILLER, C. Batr master, is now
reaoy to receive height at City Point, andwiil load
with dispatch.
For freight or passage, apply to
au 25—6t SCHAEtt, KOHLER & CO.
-JT., ATTENTION! FIREMEN.—
"Yf The regular quarterly meeting ot the
■HHIX Board of Directors of the Richmond
— — Fire Association wili be held at the ot
tice thereot on SATURDAY EVEMING next, 28th
inst., at half pan 7 o'clock, t > hear e*cu»ea of Fire
men (or fines |aatessed against them (or absence
trom tire* which have occurred during the past
three mouths. By order ot the Board ot Directors.
JOHN H. KOSHER, Scc'y
iV EW FLOUR.—2OO barrels 'Hollina' Extra,
receiving to day and for tale by
au!B LEVVIa I). CRLNSHAW h CO.
CIMAEI, LOAF stUtiAR.—M bbls small loaf
O Sugar, in store and for cale by
A S. LEE.
|N FEACE FKKPARE FOR WAR itKIO
M. piece* Moaquito Netting, lor sale at
JACOB A LEVY'S,
■ u2 « 15 and 59 Main Mrtet.
EDUCATION.
MISS A. M. SMITH'S SCHOOL FOR
YoUNG L A 01E a —Ist Street, Be.
Mtla nod Cary.—The rext ifmlod of
thl« School will corameuce on MONDAY, Sep
temoer 27th Competent Teachers will Mailt In
the English branches.
M. I. STAICOS, Teacher of Language*.
Ttnii!
Primary Department ..930 00
Common English brancbea 30 00
Higher English branches 40 00
Mutic Inst 40 00
Music Vocal, including instruction in sing
ing by note, for each course of twenty
four lessons j ou
Drawing - do do do d 0.... 9UU
Fuel 1 00
au 6—dtS27
rjniE HIB.-UKIBKR takes this method of
reminding bis friends, that the exercises of his
School will be resumed on Wednesday, Ist Sep
tember.
au 25—3t* W. A. RENNIE.
It. FRANCE & CO.,
SUCCESSORS OF F. MORRIS A CO.,
Main Street, Richmond, Va.
Schemed for September, 1832.
835,000, 17.500, 7.500.
Susquehanna Lottery, Class 36, to be drawn in
Baltimore, Wedneiday, September Ist, 1852. 75
numbers, 14 orawn.
capitals:
I of §35,0W| j. of $36T8
1 ol 17,500 j 20 of. 750
1 ot 7,500 I 20 of 400
20 of 300 J
Tickets 810, halves 5. quarters 2 50.
81U.OOu, 15,00 c, 7,500.
Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class 22, te be
drawn in Baltimore. Saturday, September 4th,
1852. 78 numbers, 18 drawn.
P A PIT AT •
1 Of $10,000 j 1 of §i,756
1 of. 15 000 | 4 of 4000
1 of 7,5j0 4 of 2500
4 of 1500 I
Tickets 810, halves 5, quarters 2 50.
830,000, 7,500, 5.000.
Susquehtnna Lottery, Class 37, to be drawn in
Baltimore, Wednesday, September Bth, 185 a. 75
numbers, 15 drawn.
CAPITALS I
1 of 830,000 I 1 of 82500
lof 7,500 10l 1500
1 of 5,000 j 25 of 700
Tickets Bio, halves 5, quarters 2 50.
852 418, 50 of 5,000.
Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class W, to be
drriwn in Baltimore, Saturday, September 11th,
185 A 75 cumbers, 11 drawn.
PAPfTAT Q •
1 0f.... 852,418 |.£0 of 85,000
Tickets 815. halves 7 50. quarters 3 75.
$32,e52, 11,500. 5,500.
Susquehanna Lottery, Class 38, to be drawn in
Baltimore, Wednesday, September 15tb, 1852. 78
numbers 12 drawn.
CAPITALS :
1 of. 832,852 1 of. $3500
1 of. 11,500 1 of 25t0
1 of 5,500 1 of 1500
214 of 750
Tickets $10, halves 5, quarters 2 50.
Orders tor Tickets in any ot ttte Maryland
Lotteries will meet the mr.st prompt and eouriden
tlal attention, if addressed to R. PRANCE Al CO.,
Managers, or to C. W. PURCELL,
au *■*> Richmond, Va
MAN AO EK'S OFFICE.
R FRANCE Al CO.,
(Successors to F. .Morris & Co.)
For This Day.—Capitals : $20 000, 8.000,
4000, 2000, 25 of 500, See. 78 numbers, 12 drawn.
Tickets 65.
Also, the Dollar Lottery.—Capitals: $3750, oof
750, Ac.
Drawn Nos of Bel Air :
70 74 55 51 26 25 57 IS 62 17 37 21
au 26 C. W PURCELL.
UUEUUKV d* JIALKV,
I'lanutjera, Richmond, Virginia,
Successors to J. W. & Co. —office No. 62
Main street.
Drawn Nos of Delaware Lottery. Class 70, Aug 24 :
75 16 17 12 9 77 6 21 67 61 70 73 48 14 60
Scheme* For To-I)ay.—Capitals: 2 prizes
of SIo.OOO, 2of 7,000,2 ot 4000, 3of 2008,10 of 1100,
20 ol 30J, 20 ol 150. 228 of 100, &.C. 78 numbers, 13
drawn. Tickets S5.
Also—Capitals : $9,000, 3000,1389, 1000, &c. 75
numbeie, 12 drawn. Tickets 82. au 26
STHATTIIN'S tIFFtCK.
Drawn Nos ot Delaware, No 71. Aue2s:
29 23 39 46 2 3 65 69 54 18 21 53" 58
For To-Day.—Delaware, Extra, 74.—Capi
tal : 89,000. 75 numbers, 12 drawn. Tickets 82
Also, Delaware, Clsss 72.—Capitals : $16,u00,
16,000. 78 numbers, 13 drawn. Tickets 85.
au 26
LAiUHEKI'-'S OFFICII,
14tli Street, under Exchange Hotel.
Drawn Nos ot Delaware, Class 70 Aug. 24 :
75 16 17 12 9 77 6 21 67 61 70 T3 48 14 60
For To-Day.—The Delaware Stt.te Lottery,
Class Nc. 72 — Capitals: 2of $16,000,2 ot 7000,2
ot 4000, 2ot 2008, 10 of 1100, &.c. 78 numbers, 13
drawn. Tickets &5.
Also, a Two Dollar Lottery. au 26
~ SMITH'S LOTTERY OFFICE.
Wall Street, under the City Hotel,
CHALK'S OI.D STAND.
Drawn Nos Patapsco, 230 :
75 26 45 42 38 16 34 20 63 77 22 2 14
Tioket 20 34 45.
For To- duy.—Carroll 3JI. Capitals : lof $20.-
000, 1 of 8i 00, 1 ot 4000, 1 of 2000, 25 of 1000, 25 of
500. 166 of 214, 78 numbers and 12 drawn. Tick
els 85-shares in proportion
Alao. PaUnsco, 231.—Capitals: 1 of $3750, 5 of
750, <fcc. 75 numbers, 12 orawn. Tickets $1
shares in proportion.
au 26 SMITH
— METALLIC ft L -
i i. RIAL, PATENT METAL
IC, ir» uc.oixilJiy iioi.L AND AIR-EXHAUSTED
COFFlNS—Patented by F.Skiff, ofNew York. Be
low 1 appt-nd some certificates :
Mr McKenzie's children were put on board the
Steamship Southerner, for Charleston, on Saturday
last, and they were both as natural as tLey were
the day they were put into the coffins, three mouths
ago Neither ot them had turned black in the leaat,
and the bunch of roses were as freth as when they
were picked from the stem. Not a particle had
dropped off or fallen to pieces. A number ot ladies
and gentlemen, by invitation, went on boaid to see
them, and were astonished to think that it was eo,
but so it was, and I have no doubt but they will re
main in their present state for any length of time
S. SMITH, M. D.
Norfolk, November 21at, 1849.
We, the under signed, having examinfd a speci
men ol a patent Metalic Air Tight Sarcophagus or
Coffin, patented by Mr. F. Skiff, of New Voile, we
take a melancholy pleasure in stating that we con
sider it worthy of patronage and deserves, there
fore, a favorable consideration of the public. The
durability ol the material ot which it is composed,
and its admiraole adaptation to be hermetically
cloaed. cannot fail to render it an invention worth
tne cause oi science and humanity
D B. DAVIS, M. D.,
W. H. PRATT, M. D ,
SAMUEL MOVE, ftf. D.,
WILLIAM HUNTER, M. D.,
J. C. ALLAUEN, M. D.
Albany, November 20th, 1847.
The above named Sarcophagus are made to im
itate a tine rosewood coffin. They ao not come
much higher than a tine manogany coffin. lam th-?
Ageut lor ihis city.
au lUi—dltwts J. A. BELVIN.
HOL'SE ft.KK.VA.Vrti FOit SALh-To
HfcMAIN IN THfc CITY — A Kami yof Ke
grues, consisting ot a miodie aged Man Servant, ac
customed to House work, ai.d to act as Carnage
Oliver; and bia Wi!e, who la a good Washer and
Iruner and Seamstress, and their Cb:ld, aDout 12
months ol age, all ol excellent character, strictly
hon»st and sold lor no lauit. Apply at Mr. BACON
TAll'a office au a5-3t
m STHA\ UOUst,-Wt« taken uu at
<ny house on Maaduw Bridge Road, about
2 uiijcs troni Richmond, on Monday morning last a
dart iroDgrey Stud Colt, apparency about' 3
years old, which the owner can get by paying for
his board and this advertisement.
au 25—2 i* KOBfaKT K BKOADi't'3
GUILNO Fl^ASTlftt.—2UOO tierce, uiuunu
i'laster, t*>»h grouud, and will be approved
and branded by the Slate Inspector, adoat and lor
*"au &> DAVtNPOHT. ALLKN k. ro.
UUGAK HOUSK sVHDf AND JtuuAß-
O attJ.—A Irw buls best quality Sugar House
Syrup, best Mew Orleans and t'orto Rico Moiasse*,
for sale by GtOKGE J HfcRR'NU,
au 18 Opposite K. and V. Depot.
AMUSEMENTS
a/i I
CURSION down James Hirer, on the
Steamer CURTIS PECK, on WMtey*
August 30th. The corps will be sccompaniedfF*
the ARMORY BRASS BAUD, together vTth twS
Cotillon Bands ihe boat will leave the wharf at
Rocketta at 7 o'clock precisely, and return about
Refreshments at nsnal city prices.
Tickets lor the Excursion SI for a gentleman and
lady; each additional lady 50 cents. To be had of
Messrs Hasklns & Libbw, or any member of the
corps, and at the boat on the evening of the Excur
sion
". B.—Should it rain on Monday, the Excursion
will be postponed until Wednesday, Sept. 1.
au 21—td * r
BAL.L AT HMSY POINT.—The
Dinner and Annual Ball ol tbe season will take
p.ace at tbe Piney Point Pavilion, on Thara.
day, August26th.
Visitors on the line of the Fredericksburg and
PotomHC Railroad will find the commodious jteam
e . r Maryland at A quia Creek on tbstday, on ar
rival of the train from Richmond, prepared to fur
nish them with a delightful trip on the broad watera
of the Potomac to the Point, at which place they
will land at sun-set, and where the uncersigned
pledges hia best efforts to give all who may come a
joyous time of it, as he Las much in store for the
occasion.
JAMES H. BIRCH, Proprietor.
Piney Point Pavilion, August 16th, 1852.
au -JO—td
Life insurance.—for white~per-
SONS AND SLAVKS—The National Safe y
Life Insurance Company—charter perpetual. Office
62 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Capital $250 000
There is no company or agency in Virginia tbat
offers such ; dvantag-s and inducements in regard
to Life Insuran ;e as this The rates ot premiums
for white persons are 25 per cent lower than those
ordinarily charged, ar.d SLAVES are insured upon
the most reasonable for a period of trom one
to seren years Traders or dealers in slaves, are
informed that they can insure them in this company
to carry to any of tbe Southern or slave holding
States. Pamphlets and circulars containing all ne
cessary inloimation, will be furnished gbatis on
application to C. R. BRICKEN, M D.,
Agent and Medical Examiner, Lisle's Row, 14th
street, next to the office of Messrs. Toler <fc Cook,
au 24—eo3i*
WANTED, a Partner with 910,000,
to invest in u sale and lucrative business.
The business is only understood by lew, and when
conducted by experienced persons, is not exceeded
inprotiisby any equally 6ale. The advertiser has
been, lor many years, engaged in it, in one the most
extensive houses at the North, and now having an
unusual oppoitunity for opening an establishment
of ths ,-ame kind in a !arg« and popular city, Hatters
himself that any one desirous ot embarking in a
lucrative business, and having the above turn to
invest, will realize a handsome return. Can give
references trom the most influential and extensive
bouses in the same business; unexceptionable re
ferences will also be required.
All communications will be treated as strictly
confidential. Add ress X. Y., offic# of the paper,
au 20—lw
'IULE OF THE OLD DOMINION.—
A NASH Al WOODHOUSE, Eagle square, have
received part 6 of The Bleak House, by Dickens,
illustrated with two engravings—124 cents
No 20 Lossing's Field Book of the Revolutions—
25 cents
The Clifford Family a tale of the Old Dominion,
by otia ot her Daughters—Bl
The Child tt Home, by Abbott, illustrated—62
cents
Lotus-Hating a Summer Book, by Curtis—7s cts
Aunl Phillis' Cabin, or, Lite in the South—7s cts
Mrs Cabeil's Odd Volume of Facts and Fictions
—50 crs
Book ol Snobs, by Thackary—soc
A fresh supply ot Hawthorne's la»t Work—Biith*
d ale Rom ante—7 0c
Scarlet Letter, by Hawthorne—7sc
House with Seven Gables, dodo—Bl
True Stoiies, by Hawthorne—7sc
The Wonder Book, by Hawthorne—7sc
au 25
C'HIPPEWA VVAitßLEß.—Fariarougna,
' the Miser, a Tale—2s cents
Up Country Letters, edited by Prof B , Na
tional Observatory, illustrated—s cents
The Quorndou Hounos, or a Virginian at Melton
Mowbrsy, by Henry William Herbert, beautifully
illustrated—so cents
The Clifford family, or a Tale of tbe Old Do
minion, by one ot her daughters—bound $1, paper
75 ctnts
Lotus Eating a Summer Book, by Geo William
Curtis, author ol Nile Notes, <fcc, illustrated by Ben
net —iuus in 75 c. Nts, paper oO cents
The Cnippewa Wat bier, containing the Songs of
the Chippewa lilee Club, as taut; by Messrs. Mur
phy, Rutn, Poole and Wharton—6 cents
a complete assortment ot J Fenninriore Cooper's
Novels, just received and lor sale by
G. M. WEST Ac. BROTHER,
au2s Uuder Exchange.
.♦ ~TALK OK THE OH» DO.M.MuN —
For sale by J. VV. RANDOLPH, Aug. 23rd—
Tbe Men ot tea Time, or Sketches ol Living No
tables-81 50
The Master Builder, or Life as a Trade, by Day
Kellog Lee, author of Summerfield, Alc—6l
The Lileol Gen Frank Pierce, paper—s'J cents
The Lives of Pierce and Kiug—ao cents
Aunt Phill.s' Cabin, or Southern Lite As it Is, by
Mrs H Eastman—so cents
Fardorougha, the Miser, a Tale
The Clifford Family, or a Tale of the Old Domi
nion, by one of her daughter*
Lotus Eating, a Summer Bosk, by G W Curtis,
author of Nile Note>, Ac
No 6 Bleak House, by Dickene—l2 cent*
Evelina, or the Histwry ot a Young Lady's latro
duction to the World, by Mi3S Burn«-y—vol 1
Latin English and English Latin Dictionary, for
the use of Schools, by Charles Anthon, LL D
The Child »i Home, or the Principles of Filial
Duty Familiarly Illustrated, by John S C Abbett
au
BAPTIST liOOK DEPOSITORY.—Just
received, tbe annexed publications:
The Design ol Baptism Reviewed in Relation to
the Christian Lite, by Irah Chase, D D
Providence Unfolded, by Alexanuer Carson
Christian Daily Tieasury, by Ebtn.-zcr i'emple
History of Palestine, illustrated, by Kitto
A Wreath Around the Cross, by Rev M A Brown
Outlines ot Lnglinh Literature, by T B Shaw, B A
Contributions oi Q Q, by Jane Taylor
Discourses on the Application ol Christianity to
the Commercial and Ordinary Affairs ot Lite, by
Thomas Chambers, D D and LL D
Oid Humphreys, Peasant Tales, His Addresses,
Sea Captain, Grand Parents, North American in
dians, AIC, die. For sale by
au 24 CHARLES WORTHAM.
\I li WM'Ai'l,lt A.NI) CHiiAf UUOK
1™ AGENCY, No. 104 >lAIN S I'REET, oppoxite
the American ilotel.—LEWlS L. sMITd
(lale wun 1". 11. Uesbam) respectlully informs his
tMends una acquaintances and the public generally,
that he hus lateen the otahd lately occupied by E.
Shepperton as a lottery office, and intends conduct
ing a general Newspaper, Magazine, Periodical and
Cneap Publication business, and earnestly jolicit*
their patronage He willieceive regularly, as soon
as any other noute, all the Weekly New-papers and
Monthly Magazines, and will lurnish them to sub
scribe! s reaconableteims. They will be delivered*
tree of postage, in any pnrt of the city, and he wia
receive payment fur subscriptions either monthly
quarter.y, semijeaili or yearly, as may be pre
terred. Ail the standard Novels k.-pt constantly
on hand, and new ones received as soon as pub
lished. A complete assoitmeut ot Prints, Frame*,
song Boons. Tuy booi*. Pinners, R.ank iiooks,
Uonveisauon, Courting, Visiting and Playing Cards;
Leiur, Cap, Bill and Note Paper; In*, Wiiting
Sand aud stationery ot all kinds. He assures h»
filends and the citizen* that no pains will be spared
to please and accommodate them, and solicit* an
early call troin them. LEWIS L. SMITH,
au 24—3t r Opposite American Hotel.
Hit UAKI) 11. WlllTtOtK Of SON,
wholesale autl retail Lumber dealers , have
sale—
aU UOO leet seaaonei Inch Buttonwood
150,000 leet White Pine, assorted
50,000 leet 5-8 poplar
20,000 leet Mapie Lumber
35,U00 leet A«n do
8100 leet Inch Poplar
10,000 leet Cbair Flan*
120,000 leet Susquehanna Boards
55 000 l-el Honda Lumber, assorted ssres
Besides a large assortment U other Lumber, com
prising in part,Chairy, Walnut, Oak, Hickory,
Birch, Mahogany. *- e - au 24 6t
kJFTs Tl' t»'MTlflit.~ll) barrel* fpu.
BL,a»XT>U FOWIIItH.—€OO ke(j», lor sale
by
DAVENPORT, ALLEN it CO.
AUCTION SALES.
KUI'LIKK DA VS.
John R. P. PAYNK, Mnns.
Vmo^lffaT 1 WUABVPttOPIB.
30thh£ ~ « ■ CCTI ° - -°° M««sUy,
W?.rv«'„, M 8 ° l oe ?7 immediately after tbe
1 will ,1 °/ "r" Lad 'a"» A Wataon are rented,
TalU * ble WLmrf Jf Me ~"
M * JOHM R. D. PAYME
R * P - NSlnsisi.
H IUT?S°AT to ATr?, *I* R HBN FTH-
Priday, Ai^f,"-Will be .old on
cenee on LeSh A M - her '«e real
and Kitchen Fur n H<«»arfiold
ceaaed. The atmve 2*L'Hwriaon de
lor Furniture bW,<b ° me P4r "
fu Stda Re P re *^»e.'.
JAMES Jl. TAyi.un
T At !°
quest of the beneficiary, will aeU at public
on the premises, on Monday, 6ih September at 5
o'clock, P. M , the property conveyed in said deod
being a lot of Ground situated on K or Clay street'
near its Western termination, fronting 30 feet and
running back 150 feet 6 inches to an alley 15 leet
wide, on which lot stands a two story Framed
House, nearly new, in good order, and at preaent
occupied by Mr M G. Gentry.
The terms, as prescribed in the deed, are very
easy, and will be made known on the day of sala
au 25 JAMES M. TA YLOk, Trustee.
| Cft ACRES OF LAND IN HENRICO COUN
AwU TY AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on
Monday, the 6th September, (that being court
day) in front of Henrico County Court House, at 12
o'clock M, about 150 acres of Land, situated in
Henrico county, about six miles below the city, and
joining the land of Mrs Frazier and Bo9weH's Mill.
This land is heavily wooded with pine and oak,
and the cost of the latid could probably be realized
from the sale of the wood. Peraons disposed to
purchase should view the land betore tbe day of
sale A plat of the above can be aeen at my office.
The forms will be mad'- known at the sale.
JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auct
au 4—*2aw3wdtd|
BY JOHN K. i>. PAYNE, Saleainao.
VALUABLE KKAL ESTATE NEAR
THE OLD MAKKLT AT AUCTION —Will
besold on Tuesday next, th>- 31st of August,
1852, at 5 o'clock precisely, tbat valuable lot or
parcel of Land on 17th or Valley street, lying be
tween Franklin and Grace streels, fronting on the
eaot side of 17th street 66 feet, ntariy adjoining the
soap lactory ot Cornelius Crew, Ksq. The addi
tion to the market is now going on, and will, when
completed, add greatly to the present value of this
property. It will be divided into any size lots to
suit the wishes ol purchasers.
Terms made known at sale.
aa2s—dtd JOHN R. D. PAYNE. Auctr
JOHN K. I>. PAYME, salesman.
VALUABLE V* IIAICK PROPERTY
FOR RENT AT AUCTION.—WiII be rented at
Auction, on Monday Afternoon next, 30rh inst.
at 5 o'clock, ihuse valuable Wharves at Rocketts,
known as "Ludlam's" Wharves,,tor one year trom
Ist September next. For tht parties interested,
au a-i—st LUDLAM &. WATSON
BV OiEoltt.fc. J. MliUMilK.
Genteel stuwu hand fukni-
TURE AT AUCTION—On Friday .Horn
ing next. Si7tb inst, commencing at half past»
o'cicck, at my Auction Sale Koom. No 8 Fifteenth
street, will be sold ut Auction, WITHOUT RE
SERVE, a collection ot genteel Household and
Kitchen Furniture, neiog the elf. cts ot a family
about leaving the city, aa toilow» ; 1 tine Mahoga
ny Wardrobe, 1 tirst rate Mahogany Sola, 1 hue
Mahogany Sideboard, 1 Marble Top Centre Table,
1 excellent Spring Lounge, 1 .Superior city made
Walnut Cottage riedstead, Brussels, and three Fly
Carpets, Walnut Cane Seat Chairs and Rocking
Chairs, together with sundry article* of Kitchen
Furniture A consignment ot Gentlemen's
Coals, ot various materials
TEHM*—Caen.
au 25 G ; ;0. J SUMNER, Auct.
ttV ti£OKt»E W lul<tK.
TRUSTEES hAiib.—uy Virtue ot a Deed of
Trust, Irom George L B"tty and wife, to me
as trustee, admitted to record in the Clerk's office
of the i.ustings Court of the city oi Richmond on
the sch day of May, Isjo'J, lor the benftii ot certain
creditors tlierein named 1 shall proceed to S'-li up-
I on the premises, to the highest bidder, on Wed
iienday,the Ist day of September next, upon
terms then to be made known, a certain tract or
pit c.i of land in the County otHcarico, about seven
miles below Richmond, containing fifty acres,
(more or less) at.a afljoming ihe lands ot Albert
Hobaon, fheodorick Carter, and otn rs Tne im
provi m nt» are a comfortable log house, and a
good orcoard. The title, though considered good,
will be conveyed ny me without warranty.
El) D. £ACHO, Trustee. |
Geo. W. Tolek, Auct. au
It V Juu.> it. I». FaV.Ms, Salesman.
BY VIRTUE «.* a htr.l) OF THUST,
executed to us on the ;i4ih day of Juue, jjjoj,
recorded in the Huetiugs Court for the city ofitich
mond, by the firm of John A. Temple 4t C /, and at
the request ot the beneticiarie? in the deed, we
shall, on MONDAY', the 3uth day of August, looA
at hall past 4 o'clock, P. at., on tie premises, sell
lor casti, a Stable at the R. and F. Railroad Uepot,
on the lot occupied by Clarke Hatcher, containing
8 or 10 stalls; ana a Blacksmith's Shop, joining
Messler's boat yard on the Kasin, with Beiiows, An
vils and Tji-Is, and a Wooden Bnea near the stop,
it being a part ot tue property assigned in the said
deed.
au 19 WATSON & HUGHES. Trustfes.
»« HISK.tY.— -i oarre.s ueuesee Wbistey
* » a bbl* Old Bourbou do
10 do Swmk'sOid Rye do
50 do Kali. Hud Cincinnati Rectified do
Dark and Pale Otard brandy
far s le by
uu 24 WM. EGGI.ESTON.
CALb!$< —We navejust rec- ivea iivm uieaiau
) ulactuiers direct, 300,600, SIUO, 1200, I.>o<J 2000,
and 2500 lit Piatiorin sca-ea, o! Browns celebrated
rnske.
Balance from 100 ibs to 200. lbs
Counter Scales, ot all sizes—among tbem, the
Union Scale, with i'»n and 1' lait.rin united, and
weighii.g tioui one hall ox. to 240 Id*
Steelyards of every size
Spring Balances, with and without dish
ail ot waicn we otler lor sale at lowest prices.
W. S. A <J. OONNAN,
au2s Importers ot Hardware. 19 Peari at.
C.4»TI.>U;. —A very neavy sloe* ju»l re.
ceived, eml racing Pots, Ovens, spldere, Skil
!etr, Gndd es Furnaces, And Irons, ate. tor sale by
au oj W S. &G. DUN NAN.
Gil A 1 > BMOV.tiL.si.— e ask me attention
ot Miliers and Farmers to our stock ot Short
and Long Handled Grain Snoveis, just received
lrt>m the manufacturers, tor sale by
HU as VV. S Ac G. DONNAN.
l.Uti, ItOl KI.AM) lii.flK.-WJ ca.asjus 1
received per scnooner Lion, and tor sal* by
HUBfiiU' RAMiIN, «
au 25 On the Dock.
Kthttt'S F.tltl.Vi, ttt.HMVlfAAU
row Root, beet Gum Arabic, Corn Starch,
diet, tor sa.e by q a BTKKCKKR .
CAMi TOBAVi O, ts.tlOK
r ing Tobacco, Maccauban Snutf, Scotch, Rappee
ouurt, Fine Cigars, lor sale by dade
MU
* iwt/l wtf WttlfaT.
KJUjUUv Warned, on tueiatnes and Vol*
kiK-rs and their triouiaries, at full market rate*
r or !.sh. . TUOMAd BRANCH.
fnusttburg, Aujt 21. 1e52 au23—4t
t COtrON 80-NDS.-HO.O'JU
Li of the above bond*, endo«»ed by uie Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad, in bond* ot 41,000 and
*2,u00, interest payable *emi annually in Kichmuna
oi any point desired. For lurther inlorraauon, call
on C. W. fURCELL A OOj Banker*,
au 24 And Dealer* fu Exchange
?*—*Oit SALK-A lot of ShT IKR
lioui a good *tock. Apply at T.
WAbK.jirt'S Store, corner ol S»th and Byrd *treeW.
au 24—3 C
WANTfc.l>,a tltuauou in a dry g xxl> ot gro
cery store, by a youth 16 year* old—can come
w. 11 recommended. Address J. VV. o ,through tae
host Office au 24—Jt*
I 'LM POWDfciK TEA.—A tew cases .upe-
VJ nor jusi received an 4 tor sale by
au 24 WM EGQLKsTON
BitfcAD, VKACK.
tr», ac. made ot the eaoiceat brand* of new
Flour, lor tale by WM. FALCONER,
au 20 171 Main street.
AUCTION BAI,E>
fHifr UAH
** JAMB* M. TAfIOK.
LOTS on XK
wni I .S BV,LLE TUK»PJKE AT AUCTION.
I™ E* 0 *"" ** pwwl«». oa TfcavMlar tW
ri,. 'Hl'L 5 ° cloch p *< tw ° Brick Hcwm h4
°!L "•"■■iewille Tarn pike, ukurt
$£T2i£S L kleraeetioe »«ij Vewble ureet
nooie* have been recently bail', hare abort
•>* rooms each, and are la rery good oider. The
aUe each, tod ran back 130 feet to aa
Tbi* property i« located in one cf the aoel tan
proring neighborhood* ia or n-ar the cut a* re
cent tale* show, and will at all time* field a hand -
some per cent en the probable coot.
T*a*s— One-third each ; balance at C and 12
month* for negotiable note*, with interest added
and tecured by a deed oltru.t on the proper it
aa 19 JAMES M. TAYLORVAact.
BV JOHN K. P. PAYMB, Saleaa^a.
cows, hoss,
£5 CARRIAGES AMD HARNfcs*. AND HOUBE
?j J* RM| TURE, AT AUCTION.—WiII be
•old on Tharaday, the 26th day «l Auguir, 185*.
at the residence ot Ur Wm W Gregory, ia Hearico
county, about two mile* north ot Richmond, on the
riank road, eommeucing at II o'clock A M, all of
J' omwho'd and Kitenen Furniture, consisting
mUchCow a 'J*" et 7.- AJ,U ' • ever * l f 04 * 1 t'orae*.
ot the w" ' B*' Carn»«e* and Harm**, and all
... 'arming Implement*.
au rf * * , * le knuwn « «»e day ot sale.
W GOPDIN, Auct
mtONtoit J. BL'JiMiR.
WORTH OF VA^AbLt W FURNITURE AT
AUCTION.
a d -f! ALE CONTINUED
OA Rare Chaare for Haaaekeoer. • •
> WtDNKSDAY, "t *m^nV.n,
at 10 O'CLOCK, at tbe POWHATA
Win be «'>: d .t Auction, without re»erv*, iteen ire
to thu ctabluhraent, the
<re*t«r portion ot wuicb hm been but itceotly pur.
*o~b-a. «ua >* in first rate oraer* Tne Furniture
PARLOR FURNITURE.
Fine Mahogany Plush Sota—Tete a-'i'etes
Lar t e Arm Chairs, Marole top Side Table*
Outre Tables, French Piate Milrora—elegant
BniMeU Carpet (nea'ly n«w)
CHAMBER.
Most of the Chatnbera are lurnished with Mahog
any French Bedstead*, Mahogany Wardrobe*
Washstands, Hair and ohucit Matrasses, which are
new; and good Mahogany Dressing Cabinets Aic
&c, Jt. *
DINING ROOM, OFFICE, and all the other Fur
niture belonging to the House. '1 he Hi use will be
open on Monday sud Tuesday preceding the
sale, when Triii PUBLIC is invited 10 inspect it.
Should the i-ale not be concluded on the tint
day, it will be continued from day to day, com
mencing at the same Hcur, till the whole ia ciceed.
~ v »' «» «>"nt vder 'tiu'j. cksh; over
that fcmouat, four montha credit for approved Ne
gotiable No.es.
bale conducted by •
«ul6 GEORGE J. SUMNER, Auct,
I3P The above sale wi,l be continued To-day,
commencing at 10 o clock. The largei portion ol
the m.ist valuable articles ytt remain to be sold.
au26 G.J. 8, Auct.
Tmif) CM.OCKJ£K¥, CUIMA AND
glass ware—k. l. hickjion, sis
Broad street—Dinner and lea Seta, Looi
ing Glasses, Chamber tets, Decanters, Gob
lets, Tumolers, large giltar.d decorated China Cupa
and Saucers with mottoes, a 'arge supply of eie
g*nt Bohemian Cut Glass Toilette Bott es, Castor*,
ike, die, all of which he will sell very low for cash,
au 21
A'tlt BtSl' tlAltt Ulb?>—l'naion »ffcag
ic Dye is one ol the best; it colors the hair
anc wniakers the moment it is applied, a beautlfui
ario natural looking brown or black—as may be de
sired.
The Tricobaph has been iong before the public,
and is too well ana favorably known to need com
ment 'I'Q-jse, together with other Hsir Dyes, are
for sale by PURCEi.L, LADD & CO - ,
au 21 Druggists, y-„' Ma n st.
V A.MLLA liij.AiNS.-Une case
i piiuie Vanilla B*aus just received and or sale
by FURCELL, LAUD t CO,
au 18 Druggists, 92 Main street.
tlu.\Rs< —Wc have now in store and
J/ -tier tor saie, a very large stock of llavanua
and Pnncipe Cigars, of the best brands. Those
wanting a good Cigar can hud it at
JfURCELL, LADD & CO'g,
&u 21 Druggists, 92 «in st
»|'« TOIiAll t> .>IA.NI fAL 1I It fc. il."». —
JL The subscriber solicits tne atieiuion ot l'ohac -
co Manufacturers to his superior Presses and Mills,
' of every description. P KAIiM,
Eagle Foundry, Cary below Pearl street,
au 21—tt «
'JUit nave removed tfteir
JL Office to No Jsa Main sti eet, above the Book
Store ol B. VV Knowles; entrance on 11th street.
TtiOMAs <*. CHARLi-s ELLIS A CO.
au 7—! m
HfcUid.Xt?. J.o.i ub la
family foe Herrings
50 bbls No 1 Halilax herrings
50 do N.j a uo do
In store and forsale low by A. 8. LEE.
it u 10—ta
LOsT, on Fnursday evei.ing, pruuab.y between
ibe Atr'.can Cburcn ana ibe City Hall, a roclt«
et Book, containing some IKJOiu money, and aoine
papera va.uacle oniy to tne owner. A iibe r al re
ward wnl be paid lor the recovery ot the Pocket
Book arid contents. Apply at tbe Dispatch office.
au 21—U
VOTICE. —In pu aumce ol a writ ol election
il awarded by the County Court ot Hentico and
to me direet-d, notice is hereby given, tret au elec
lion will De held at tbe Court House ot'aaid county
on the lourih lhursday in Auguat, 1852, (being the
26th day ot the aaid month,; tor the election of ft
surveyor ol kaid county, to lupply the vacancy oc
casioned by the lailure ot Wm. Clopton, (tecenlly
elected to aald office ) to quality iu tbe manner and
within tbe t;me iequired oy law.
GfcO. W. TOLER,
Officer conducting tbe election at the county C. H.
au aO-dtde
V'AU-M.*H. —1 am now manufacturing, on aa
extensive scale. Varmshtaot all grade*, made
ol the pure Atncsn gum, and warranted infeuorto
none in the market—among which are—
Coacu Varniah, Llamar Varnub
.furniture do, Hook binder*'do
Japan do, Picture Varniah
Alee, dark, brown and gold Varniah lor tinner*;
for sale.
au 23 O. A. 8 TRECKER.
IV UK V PbAUL, II h S TIF HIV K— Kor
whitening and preaerving the leeth and healirg
tne Gums, 1 hi* preparation i* prepared after the
directions of an eminent /reach Phyaician, and is
recommended by many medical wuie.a aa one of
the aaleal that could be uaed. it ia teatly put up in
enameiiei jara. Price 25 cent*. For aale by
a j pi co r.
au 18 Corner oppoaite the Old Market.
T~tTrt auul's, >fcW MOOT».— Juat re
-11 ceived, a 'ot ol oeauului BooU, made of Krencb
Call, fit elegantly, and w.li be aold at the low
price ot $3 5o at ,\jij .Uam at, by
WALSH.
Don't forget, at tiga of Big Boot, jutt below City
Hotel, opposite aide au 14
U. uusli's tO.UPOL.>O KliUll) KX*
I K.ACT Ol* BUCHU, for alt Disease* of the
Kidneys and bladder ; also - a apecilic for Gont.—
'l nia i» decidedly one of the oe«t reneuiea ever
d lor disease* ot the kidueya, bladder, 4ts, and
a.oo tor gouty atfcctioua; aiway* highly recom
mended by the late Ur Pbyaick, and many of the
moat oiat.nguiau'.d medical m n abroad, for aale
by BhKNfcTJ' *l BEEfUi,
kn 23 125 Main atreet.
\ tottOna fr'uK ktlukL, —A likely touog
Man, a Woman, and two aprigbtiy boya.
j»u 1» 'I'OLKR fc COOK .General Ageota.
PUl.Ufc Klo A.NU LAIidAYEA COF
ttfc — S\A) baga Rio and Laguayra Coffee, of
good to prime quality, lor aale low by
au lit A. B LEE.
( V AILn, NAILB.-MQ kega Old Dominion
11 Maiia; 500 do Dover do, tor aale by
au 1# A. 3. LEE.
OOrHitli.U'i'n PuWUKlt.—Aa«c«l
>ent aruc.e for Dyapep.ia, piepated and lor
a.le by BtA k KKKVC,
au tf 175 Broad airtrt.
UILLIiICB VAHBOH fUWDJUt, tor
ill Mervoua headache and indlieatioa, prepared
and aold only by UKAiJttoOa kHKkV£,
au 19 175 Broad atreet.
l»tA>s.-iOoo Iba ot Urge and
1 big my flavored 100 qua Beuia , Jutt to haai
and tor aale oy Bt.NXETT * BEKMB,
au 2J Druggist*, 125 Mala atreet.

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