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VOL i—NO 260
rill- 1 i> \I!,Y DISPATCH
- IAS COW ARDIN. Proprietor.
Hit;:! uTFi. KASA >TS, Edlf r.
■ i 'is»rtioi»Bo 50 | X square, 1 month 64 00
, 'V' o 075 i 1 do 2month»7 00
, l i°. do 100 1 do a do 10 00
* A iw.Hk 17511 do 6 do 1600
: - 0 •> weeks 2 751 1 do 1 ye*r 30 00
1 c> tow are chargod at the itme
M Jf M «walk
' y-yr- f \ i'.< or .«» nakt a tqiiart; longer ad
~ , n». t*'-3 exact proportion, and payable Inad-
T \<gr advertisements inserted once a week, twice
• wrt-k' or three time* * week, will be charged SO
'f r the tir*t insertion, and 37jt cents (or each
4) Enusnot'.
r^ 9 " Marrafi' 1 notices inserted for2sccnU; Fu-
cotices cents; Deaths, without obituary or
i t . h. '.ovitatioß, 121 centa.
The •' Daily Dispatch" i» served to subscribers
ar ,d n tpuirter ctnlt per ttcek, payable to the
w ,o; w. e»:y Price for mailing, $4 a year In ad
vsase. ___
li publish-J every Friday morning, and mailed
alei: for»io tairteen copies; for 815 twenty co
p!"i for $20 twenty-aeven copies.
iW TlON.—office in Exchange building, next
d -to the Post Office, Richmond, Va.—ACCU
g.Vt.OOO.—M B DEAN, President. Finance Com
m:;tee: Wm. I'atton, G C. Wood, H. B.Judkins,
A Wilbur, Actuary.
Tcis A>? ciation has declared a dividend of thirty
£r- si,d one half per ce'.t for the year ending April
Ist. ir."'2 No liability U etsessment.
This is an Association of Working Men and
others ior the mutual assistance of each other it
ca «,, ot sickness or accident.
By the payment of the following annual deposits,
yen will become a lite member, aud will be entitled
t a weekly benefit (first week excepted} during
li!>, if you* should be disabled by sickness or ac
eldest Iruw attending to your ordinary business or
occa;j»ooi.. reiumre wfli draw in case of sickness
c m-'n' U to both sexes.
Table of Kates.
S.pryr.draw ©•<:prw'k. S7 ft yr. draw 87 pr.w'i
3""3" 8 " " 8 "
4"4"9 " " 9 "
5 " « 5 " 10 " " 10 "
6"" 6 "
Taoseover fitty years of age will be
p«r cent, extra One dollar an J fifty cents admu
f a fee will be charged, iu addition to the above,
the nrstycar, and must be pal' ».t the time of f.p
pi; ftUon, and the first year's deposit within thirty
References. —Dotrget Si Andi rson, Upholster
ers, corner Kith aad Governor sts., Richmond, Va.:
Geo M West & Bro, Booksellers, Exchange Place;
Smith <t Marvin, Merchants, Main St.; Bowen Si
Bruce, Wushingt >n Hotel; McDonald i. Lyons,
Regalia Manufacturers, Exchange P'ace; Hublis
l u Si. Bro, Furniture dealers, 13th St., do.; Thomas
Hurnbrook. merchant, Wheeling; A Laintr, hard
ware do, do; George Hardman, builder, do; J K
Wharton Editor of Times and Gazette, do; And.
Mehaffv, Esq, Gosporl Foundry, Norfolk, Va; Geo
W Baini Savings Bank. Portsmouth; J M Bianchard,
ident on Seaboard aad Roanoke Railroad,
Portsmouth, Va; Hon Reuben Wood, Governor ol
Or.io; Hon Joseph A Wright, Gov'r of Indiana;
Hon Augustus 0 French, Gov'r of Illinois; Hon
Austin A King, Gov'r of Missouri; Hon Ricbird
Brudhead Senator from Penn; Hon James M Por
ter, Easion, do.
All communications should be addressed (post
paid; to A. WILBUR,
Actuary and General Agent, Richmond, Va.
my 11—ts
v.-*,- Jv. » NOTICE . — DAILY I.INE
fctufHUh. cPitINGS—Fare 810.
Leave Richmond at A M, arrive at Staunton
same day by SJ P M.
Leave Staunton at 7J A M , to Bath Alum by niuht.
Leave Bath Alum at daylight and arrive at White
Suipl'ur at hail past 3PM
Leave White Sulphur at 7 A M and to Bath Alum
by night
Leave Bath Aiuin by daylight, and to Cocke's by
night. ,
Leave Cocke's at 5 A M and to Riehmond by 2
t are to Staunton ................9 5 00
dj Bath iiliiio or Warm 825
do Hot Sulphur ......... 8 s< :
do White Sulphur 10 09
do Lexington 700
do Rockbridge Alum 850
jy 28 WM. FARIBH .C CO.
TAR. —The most successtui roiueuy
t now in use tor the cure of Consumption, Bron
chitis, Cougns, Colds, Asthma, Dyspepsi*, Piles,
Kings' Evil. Diseases of th° Kidneys, Liver, <fcc.
Opinions of the Medical Faculty.
Baltisiobe, March 17, 1851.
Mr/ B B Xorrig—Dear Madam: It gives me
great pleasure in recommending to public favor
your valuable medicine, (Cedar Tar) as an excel
lent preventive or curative in the first stages of
bronchial affections, or diseases of the lungs, ana
also as a very valuable tonic. Yours, very lespect
tally, T B.WRIGHT, M D.
I subscribe, with pleasure and lull confidence, to
the good effects of the Cedar Tar, as prepaid and
•old by Mrs Norris, in many cases of disease, hav
inif prescribed it frequently, and always with good
evicts A. RICH, M. D.
March 27, 1851.
Mrs. B■ B. Horris—Madam : It gives me pleas
ure to recommend to the lavorable notice of the
public your valuable medicine, (Ceaar Tar) in bron
chial affections and diseases ol the lungs.
Baltimore, March 27, 1851.
The Cedar Tar is daily gaining popularity in this
community, and softie of our own physicians are
recommending it to their patients.
We are permitted to reler to the following per
sons, citizens of Richmond and vicinity, out ol a
large number, (who, Irora motives of delicacy, pre
ler that their names should not be made public,)
who have ?, great benefit from the use of the
l»> Viv f <'ru.yr oati*i H. Mnseke, Jas. R
Moore, Juo B. Dodd.'Chariotteaville, Va.
Call and see certificates.
Cir b,-u are of counterfeits. The genuine arti
cle is for Shle by
P HORTON KKACH, 91 Main street,
Sole Agent for Richmond, and
au 4 General Eastern Virginia.
DISSOLUTION'.— Tne partnership hereto
tore existing oetwe™n the subscribers, under
the firm of WORD, FERGUSON &. BARKsDALE,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All per
sons havug < isuns against the concern will present
them, ana those indebted will please make pay
meat as early as possible.
July Ist, 1652. I. R. BARKSDALE.
('O-PA HTNtßstill*.— J he (übscribers have
/ this day tormed a co partnership unjerthe findi
ft Word, F>r giilou A Co,, fcud will continue
the Dij Goods, importing and Jobbing business at
the olu stand, No 12:1, Main street, wtiere tbe®
be happy n see their old friends, promising to do
all in their power to pieasc.
They tee: confident, as tneir Fail Stock will be
entirely new in the Fancy line, and puichased tor
cash, that tuey will be able to offer greater induce
tnenta than eve». Ail orders will be promptly at
let-ded to. QI'JN M. WORD,
July Ist. 1552 W. H WORD.
!n retiriug from mc ttercatitiie business, I eor
> recoinmf.n i ij all >,/ my old acquaintances
ana friends the new con-em feeling every assu
rance mat iiotynly justice and goodscaa bo
' ad, but they vv:i tind thwe higa minded and liU.-
ia io aii trajmcUuU*.
July Ist, ,1:52. I>AAC R BARKsDiLE.
«■» 4—lin
IJ OU H.Mi • i.A'X'k —I am pieparea to rxe*
•* * cute with promptness and dispatch, all Oi •
d r* entrusted to my <marge t > r tile above article.
Samples Uaoy Le seta at my offl;e.
I) Cornel 22u ana Watet sis.
MFOR RENT.—A neat wooden Tenement,
near Mr Glenn's brick yard, West ol Brook
Avenue. It has three Rooms, and attached in a
Garden containing many Vegetables Kent, f6 25
per month. TOLER & COOK,
8(1 18 General Agents.
®11 OI'SK FOK RE > T.-1 he brick
Dwelling on 7th street, near the residence of
Capt. Wm. Y, Sheppaid, at present occupied by
Mr. A. <5. Sale Posseseio*eiven in a few days —
Rent $200 per annum. TOLER Sc. COOK,
iy 30 General Agents.
iffC' FOK KKNT—Those two large brick
13ii Tenements situated on Cary street, 2nd and
•lid lrom the corner ol 17th, now occupied by Mr.
George D. Harwood as a Tobacco Fictory. Pos
session given Ist January. For terms, apply to
»u 9 Druggists, No. 125 Main street.
tffiji t'OK KEMT—A House in Bowling Green,
B'-3 containing six rooms, besides a kitchen, a
large yard, and an excellent well of watt r attached
to the same. This may be had on very reasonable
terms if application be made immediately to
Earthenware Manufacturers.
To be found at the Old Market. au 17—2w*
nement, corner of Marshall and Madison sts.,
now occupied by Doctor Walthall, is for rent, and
immediate possession maybe had. It has two ex
cellent basement rooms, two rooms on the first
floor, and two on the second, and has, in adaitior
two large ar d convenient closets. The lot is exten
sive, and has on it a wood house and a well, which
aft'ords a la'ge supply of the best water in Rich
mond. Rent SioO. TOLER & COOK,
au 20 General Aeenta.
FOK KE.NT—Tne upper part ot the
pffi house occupied by Mr Divid B. Franklin, on
Broad street It has five good rooms and twj
closets, and in the yard are a good kitchen and a
hydrant The premises have lately been repaired
throughout, and may be taken in possession imme
diately, at a very low rent, say 8150
au 5 General Agents.
FOK KENT —That most oesirable Store
Siij on Main street, next below Col Titus C Rice's,
lor some time past occupied by Messrs Drake Si
Loriisou, dealers in Carriages. This is considered
one of the best stands on M»in street lor a la'ge
Grocery, Dry Goods or Clothing business. The
house is large, and would be found convenient in
almost any line ot business, being situated in the
best business part of the city, about equi distant
from two of the railroad depots. Possession may
be had in a few days. Kent S7OO per annum
au 5 General Agents.
tT:» FOK KENT, two uewly built three story
Houses, with jrns pipes throughout—on Main
street, b tween2nd and 3rd street? Appiy to
my 26—ts W. GODDIN.
dfja FOK KENT —A la'ye lront Room over
iijiig our store, on first floor.
au 5 No. 102, Main street.
i'CS. FOK KENT. —Rooms over ir.y btore, with
.Mill kitchen, sc., suitable for a small family,
au 3 W. M. DADE
Main street, near Old Marhet
fjaj FwK KENT—A lodging ROOM over my
je-ji store, 87 Main stieet
/*• Q. .NOTICE. —I hereby cotify my old
customeiß and friends in general, that
Collars can only be found at my Ba
ft tablishment, on Franklin, between 16th
and 17th streets, and at I). A Browo's, Shockoe
Hill. There will be the initials of my father's name
stamped on them, " W P. B." on Nos. 1, 2, 3, nc
co'ding to quality, and none other Collris are
mine C. J. BALDWIN,
au 2—lm Successor to W. P. Baldw
and straw MlL
gkJ^jLlNEßY.—Having a very good at
m&fi*sortment of S'lk and Straw Bonnets, IsS*,}
Flowers, hibbons, A c, and being de
sirous of reducing the stock considerably before
going North, I will tell all now on hand at a great
reiuction. MRS SWORDS'
au 3 Millinery Ware Room. 225 Broad street.
JMHBwislies to call the attention of her^^£~
friends and the public, to the fact
has taken the lower Tene
ment u f the MANSION HOUSE, No 33* Main
street—Mrs Phillips' old stand.
au 10—dim
have this day received two thousand Canada
fctruw HATS, suitable forservants, which I am dis
posed to sell at a very low price. Those in want
oi harvest Hats for servants will find it to their in
terest to call at No. 87 Main street Also, a beauti
ful article of India Straw Hats for sentlrmens' wear
&il A t'ARI).-l am in receipt o i the Fail
JufeFashiona ol Gentlemens' lints.
au 9 87 Main street.
HOUSE WANTED. —We wish to ren
a house on Church Hill or Union Hill, with
not less than five good rooms, and a kitchen. For
one of this description, v»e wilp'iy a lair price.
au 2 General Agents.
subscriber having purchased the Stock ol
Goods belonging to the estate ol E. M Ntwbern,
deceased, and opened at the store formerly occu
pied by him, takes this method of inviting his
triends, the customers of Mr Newbern, and the
public generally, to call and examine his goods He
wi!l keep constantly on hand a general assortment
of Hrrdware, Pocket end Table Cutlery, edge tools,
ii.c, which he will sell at very low prices.
Corner Franklin and 17th streets.
ilr The upper part of the Heuse, with Kitch
en, tor rent. au 16—d'.'wwlt*
' dueed Prices.
S. MERCHANT & WEISIGER, No 112 Main st,
have still on hand a good assortment of Clothing ol
every quality and style, which they will sell at a
very small advance, as they wish to reduce their
stock. Call and supply y< ur»elves for little mo
aul4 No 112 Main »l.
Anthracite coal.—i am now recei
ving my supply of red and white aoh broken
and screened and Lump Anthracite Coal, which I
will deliver in any part of the city «t>r «5 75 per
ten of 2'JOO lbs. taken from the vessel, or §6 trom
the yard. JOHN W. WRIGHT,
au 6 Dock Wharf.
I.AI Ks.'tll'll EOR 111 RE.—A young,
strong and healthy man, said to be a tolerably
good Blacksmith, will be hired out for the balance
of the year, upon reasonable terms.
au 14 General Ageuts.
place to get fine Sky-light Pictures taken for 41.—
We would invite all to call soon, as we shall Lot
i a ke low pictures but a lew weeks.
We have made arrangements to take pictures of
sick or deceased persons at their residences Our
prices are from ©1 to 810. OSBORN'S,
Opposite the Banks, sign of the American b lags.
.iy 13
w'TJCA vV WKO Uti a T VEALS.—atraw
O WioughtLace Veil*, a new and very pretty ar
Black and white Laoe Veils
Lace Capes, Collars and Sleeves
Uiganaies, Lawus, Bareges/I issue*
Ami other varieties oi Dress Goods v» i.l be si !J
Ht gr- at reauciion in price, tor bargains, call at 99
Main stieet
ae-RR N4»».—w bOi» un.i.y Uentngs
20 ao!» Nova Scotia Cupped Co
i's do Hauias and Norm Carolina do
''au 24 WM. EGGLESTON.
I STATES hank, Washington, D. C., will be
redeemed bv ff e in Virginia money
|Q 2
Remaining In the Richmond Pout Office
on the 47th Aug., 1832.
Z Xf Persons calling for Letters in this List will
please say they are advertised.
Allen Mrs Susan P Alley Miss Louisa N
Anseil Mrs Mary Adcock Miss E F
Bowen Mrs C G Baber Miss Mary
Buffin Mrs Jme H Bullington Miss M F
Bayers Mrs Matilda BurchMiss Mary D
Burns Mrs Maria Branch Miss Lizzie
Bene Mrs Martha W Bagby Miss Juliet
Buckner Mrs Sarah E Bass M as Henrietta A
Bowis Mrs Sarah H Bar.ow Miss G P
Brooks Miss VV P Barker Miss Ellen
Branch M ta Martha
Clark Mrs Margaret E Calbert Mrs Mary
Christiau Mrs Mary A Crowley Miss O A
Carter Mrs Nancys Carrinjton Miss L T
Crump Mrs hEB Cot ke Mies Maria E
Cnildrey Mrs Eliza Cauthorn Miss Maria A
Coleman Mrs Harriet Cole Miss J F
Campbell Mrs James 2 Coleman Miss Elenora
Cralton Mrs Mary A Caruthers Miss C V
DiHara Mrs C A Dickinson Mrs Liliie
Dobien Mrs M Durham Miss C
Duke Mrs Sarah Davis Miss Juiia
Dyer Mrs S G Duval Miss Su*an F
Davis Mrs M H Dabney Miss C C
E*stern Mrs Rebecca Eubank MUs Emma
Eddins Mrs xMary Ege Caroline
Fitch Miss Mary Fuqua Miss Mary E
Karqubar Mrs E S Frayeer Miss Rebecca F
Foster Miss Emma M 2 Freeman Miss Sarah
F'olkes Miss Elizabeth A Folkes Miss Virginia R
Fore Miss Mary A Fore Misses V L and M A
Goodhue Mrs Mary E Goode Miss Susan
Gay Miss Emelme Gardner Mies Sarah E
Gardner Miss Hellen Gillispie MUs Sarah J
Gallagher Miss Letiiia Glenn Miss Virginia
Glial Miss Maria
(lagan Mrs Ann Hersmin Miss G A
Hubard Mrs M M Hankins Miss Lettie P
Hope Mrs Mary A Hiiiiard Miss M A
Has: Miss Sarah J Hill Miss M E
Hart Miss Henderson Miss S
Hudgens Miss A J
Isbell Mrs Tabitha Jordan Miss Nancy J
Janell Mrs Elizabeth
Kirby Mra Eliza 2 Keilley Miss Bridget
Kmciard Mis Mary
Leahman Mies Lester Miss Jane
Ljnch Miss Gather ne Littlepage Miss Mary E
Lumpkiu Miss F A Lumpkiu Miss Mary E
Mallory M-s Ann H Mason Mrs Margaret A
Man Mrs Charles Mosby Mrs Marti a S
M.ore Mrs Elizabeth Moore Mrs Mary K P
Martin Mrs E H Maxweil Mis Margaret
Marten Mrs Louisa Merecith Miss Letitia
Merritt Mrs Lucy Menzies Mrs Eliza M
McKenney Miss C 2 McKennon Miss Maria
Newman Mrs Eliza Nunnally Mies M B
Noble s Mrs Sarah
Owen Mrs Mary S Osborne Miss Lucy A
Otey Miss Eliza R
Pritchard Mrs Elizabeth Pollard Mrs Susan
or heirs Perry Mrs Savilla L
Perkins Mrs Mary F Patterson Miss Bella
Pledge Miss Susan F
Quirk Miss Eliza Quay Miss Sarah
Riddle Miss Eliza Sullmn Mrs Sophia
Strider Mrs Martha Stewart Miss Mary L
Smith Mrs Mary A Smith Miss Mary A
Stewart Mrs Mary A Streat Miss Georgianna
Smith Miss Caroline 3
Tillson Mrs Haniet H Talley Mi si Lelia A
Teller Mrs Ann E Tyler Miss Eliza A
Trip Miss Mary V Tazewell Miss Martha
Vanzile Miss A C Walker Miss Martha A
Walthall Sirs Sarah F Wingtield Miss M E S
Wood Mrs Sallie J Woodall Mies Mary
Wallaen Mrs Mary E Wright Mise Mary C
WaldenMrs M F Walker Miss Mary
Woody Mrs Jane Walker Miss Jane C
Wade Mrs El'zaWeth W Warton Miss Bettie
Wells Miss M E
Arsell A Andrews Joseph
Anderson Bernard Alley Leonidas S
A 1 vis Joshua Anderson Robert
Appleyard John Armestead Kobjrt B 7
Aveu Joseph Adcock W F
A mi ear John
Baldwin John H Barrett Wi lism S
Bradley John E Billings Abell S
Bullifunt J M Capt the heirs
Butler Joseph of
Brown James Brizzolara Andrea
Butler Laiayette Blackburn Caleb D
Beard Patrick Boswell C
B'aukmship R E Burnett C
Baker Richard Barrett Charles B
Bernard 8 Baker Charles
Baptist S G Boswell Dr C W
Brown Shepherd Boaz Daniel E
Berntam &. Stulz Messrs Bruce E S
Beck Thomas Brower E 2
Bel Viucent Beier F
Bullock Judge WF 2 Boggs Rev Francis J 2
Briggs Rev William Butier Geo W
Benson William H Baker Geo W
Butler William H Bell Geo
Bengam William Bryan Geo W
Braxton Dr William P Builington Henry
Brooke William G Butterfield James G
Bate* John Lewis Bates Bisbop Jr Jacob G
Beattie Jr James Barnary James M 4
Brown Joseph C Bradley John H
Brr.ncan James Bowers John
Carry Cornelius Clark James L
Clark Charles W Charity Covisa
Crowley Edwin H Conneil Michael
Cole E C CabiH Patrick 2
Cowley Geo Craig Robert
Courtney Charles Cannon Geo R
Clopton Hon John B 2 Carter Richard W
Cainerc n John E Clark Samuel B.
Cui rie James Cooiey Thomas L
Cou'.y J jhn N Curtis Capt Wm
Cclquit J D Calwell W B
Coughieu J Carter Wm H
Chisbolmßev James Carlin William
Chappell James A Chapman William C
Ciosley John E Cape CaptW D
Clark John S Childs Capt Wm W
Jrowley John C Catlett Rev Wm C 2
Ciump Dr Wm C
Davis A M Davis J H
Drake &. Co Davis John N
Duncan D P Drewry Samuel
Dikes Frank Dickens 'l'hos
Dews E; Daced Thomas
Ha vie Geo W 2 Duley Thoi
Doi.lan Henry Davis Thos 2
Divoto J Downey Dr W T
Dornin J L
Egg Henry Ellington N B
Erglieh Chas L Eubank John
Fisher Adam Foster J
"old Andrew H Farthing Jones A
Falien E B Ferriler Nicholas
Fl.uznoy John T Faunan Patt
*;izgera d John Fioyd Col Ben B
Fanelly Jam-s . Flournoy Richard W 3
reuliin Juhn Fey Thos
Fuz j 4 hni e» D Ford William M
t uitell Rev John W
G '
Gary C*ry Gundue John W
Gia■ ifi E H Goddin James £
Green Euwin H Grubns John 8
Gail George W Graves M L
Col George the Garland Prof LC 2
heirs ot Goldsmith L M
Lt Geo the Giant Capt Feter heirs of
heirs of Glazebrook Richard
Gr.thta Dr Corbin the Gilu Robert
heirs of Graham Dr Ste heirs of
Gibbons J H F Glidings William
Gay Joseph W Grines Capt Wm heirs of
Graves Maj John heir* of Gray Capt Jas LtWm
Graham Dr Wm heiri of &• Lt James heirs of
Hill Alexander 2 Hunter Jas
Hardy Alexander V Howard Jamrs G
Hiiiiard Abner Harper Philip H
Hr nry Capt Halihan Peter
Hatcher A B Heislop Rice B
Hay Benjamin T Hickok Richard T
Homes B G Hewins Richard
Howell Chas Haywooi Robt
Hagen Chas Hurste Robert
Howard Franklin C Hare J
Hart George Healy Simon 2
Harvey George HarusTheoCG
Hay Hamden Hooper Thos W
Hardaway Harman Howell Tcos
Hitchcock John H Hargrove R D
HuxJack Hunter Jas
Hunt James A Hopkins W B
Hockaday John T Hutchinson VV H
Hancock John
Irving Carter H J urvis Gideon
Jackson A A Jotes L C
Jones Chas B Jones S C
Jones George M Johnson Col W P
Johnston Robert
Kenneday Andrew King R
Keiley John W Kelly Stephan
Kenealy Laurence Klotter Vaientine
Kauimann Marcus
Lindsay A Lo<tus 2 Lumpkin Wm H G
Loebmann Mr Loving Wm M
Lockett D M Lipseomb Wm A
Lee Henry H Lynham Wm L
Lipscomb John B Lannence Wm F
Lyons M L
Mahone Aquiila Mitchel Richard
Moore Austin E Morrisett Robt
Mathews E Moles Sam'l A
Minor Edward C Moran Sam'l
Mill»r Frederick Mountain S P
Mu.lins Juo Mitchell Sam'l P
Mathews Jno Morris Thos S
Muldowney Jno Mitchell W D
Mountcastie James J Mathews Wm
Martin Jno MayoWm
Mitchell Robt Miuchpaw Wm
McCammon & Co Buck- McMullen Jeremiah
nor McNamara Jno
McClangor C McCarthy James
MeCoun David 2 McKecna Luke
McClarty Donald McNahy Michael
McNau»hton Daniel McGovern Patrick 2
Mcßae Duncan K McCiery W7l W
McGraw Jno MeFarlaa Dr W H
McKei.zie Kenith
Nichols Andrew J Nag'e Richard
Newrohr Henry Nichols S S 2
Neagle James Nunly Theodrlck
Neofett James C Norment Win E
Newman Jno T
O'Donovan Daniel O Conner Jno
Oliver James C ODoaneil Michael
Oakley Jame3 A Obnen Wm
Orern Jno E Ogleiby Wm
Poliock Alex A Parser Capt J H
Perkins Edmund G Pepper Jos E
Purvis E D Poner Josiah C
Peppercon Francis I'utnaLu Jno
Pilcher Geo W Pearce Morgan
Pettibone Geo S Powell R
Pleasants Jno Hampden Pa:mer Richard 2
Pate Henry Clay Pollard Samuel B
Potter 11 W Patrick Capt Thos W
PoUet Henry Pollard Dr Tbos
Phillips jno C Palmer Wm H
Reger A G Riiey Richard
Richards B 2 Roe John
Reed Bernard Rucke. L L
Rovster F' VV Rives >iat
Raffia Edrnond Reed N C
RudolDh Hon B Riodell Robt
Roach James Radeiite VV VV
Rowlet J J Randolph R J G
Reed John T Ra ta VVm
Robertson R E Richardson Ira
Saunders VVm O 2 Stickin James
Strange Wm G Saunders Jonn VV
Snellibg Dr Wm O Sherlock Joseph
Sheppeison & William Sanders Jonn H
son Stark Joseph
Shelton W M Saunders Henry
Shannon Thomas Stracban Henry
Sands Wm Thomas Sondorf Monsier Henry
Sbeppard Thomas Strider George
Singleton Stapleton Swac George
Scotield Robt C Schmidt Fnedr
Smitn Robert Stores Edwd VV
Stevenson R M Sneail Edmond T
Slaion Robt G Samuel Einaniel
Shar Patrick Smith David
Staicos N A Stewart Daniel
Sweeney Martin Smi:n Chaa
Smith Lewis E Shaw Charles
Swank Luther L Sheppard Andrew
Smith Rev L L Shaw Andrew O
Seaman Jas S Smitn Aoram
Scoheld James
Turpin Wm H Tompkins J
Turner VV W 2 Tinsiev A G
Trott VV H Taylor Auis W
Tyler Wm C Thomas C ~VV 3
Taylor Tinsley & Tattle D A
Tucker Sylvester Timberlake D
Tayior ho TaiisJ-rro Edwin 8
Tally Ro H Thomas Geo S
Totty Robt B Thomas Geo W
Timberiake Madison Turner John
Vauuhan Robt P Vard"n Jos M
Vai.«han Laurence Veugaaii Thos J
West Richard E Walker Nathaniel 8
Ward Robert D Williams John
Williams Thos C Word J F
Wallace Thos D Williamson John
West Thoa J 2 WarDurtor? John E 3
Woodward Thoa C Wa:sh John
Weiez W Winnfield Jas C
Watkins Younger P WawbancaA
Wilson William Weiford Dr
Willis Wilm m Woodward Rev
Win e field Wm M Williams C
Williamson Wm VViiJtinson Chas
Williams Wm VVaud tdward
Woltf VVm W WaktSela George
White Geo
au 28 THOS. B. BIGGER, P. M.
LEEtilJie», LfcECHHS.—The public are
hereby informed that 1 have just receited by
Adams' Express, a fuperior ot Swedish Lee-rhes,
waich will be applied upi n reasonable terms. 1
can always be found at the Hair Dressing, abating,
Shampooing and Bathing Salo> n under the Ameri
can Hotel—entrance cn lith street.
N. B—Cupping and Leeching attended to at the
shortest notice, and upon tie most reasonable
terms. 8U 17
mv** W GAITERS —We will receive this asy, by
Siraiuer lioanoke, another lot ot Ladies' Gaiters;
also, some other descriptions ol Ladies' Shoes,
whica we wiii selllow. HART &• MOaES,
au 23 63 Main street.
i l»ht,tOAL, WOUIi.—I ain prepared to
V> sujjpi> consumers with Anthracitc aud Bttumi
nous coal. Coke, and Wood, atcurreat prices,and
soi.cit orders trom my friends and thepui»ic.
au 4—3 m North side the Basin.
IMiEsli LH.UUiNf9.-i" ooses kemou.,m
J? pame order, just Roanoke, ana
for sale bv ANTONIO FIZZ M,
au 14 . 42 Main street, undT City Hot j 1r.,.,
r.,., , v mi KAZOItS.-A saiail invoice
J- ol tiie above Razors, inaiiuucturcd Irom the
beat and purest Adamantine
Razor warranted to shave with ewe and cumfort.
uu 21 Corner of Mam and 18th streets.
O have Just receivedi per bark Cora, fnnMew
Orleans, another let of those excellent Regalias;
ana t invite the attention of suioksrs to come anu
ana i tonus ifce ANlowlo fizziKl,
au 13 o 42 Main street, under Cltj Hotel.
the daily dispatch. I
THE FISHERY troubles.
... . rcm I the ocdon *•»•, A«g. 13.
Ihe fisherv quegt^o n i■ 'by* n<l ean» ca'cuUte^d
the anxiety that has been excited by the
bellicose tone of some of the less accredited
United States journals. Mr Thomas Baring
of the eminent lirm of Baring, Brothers & Co.'
is about to proceed lo the United States by the
next packet, and has offered his good services
to Lord Malmesbury with a yiew to bringing
about a satisfactory arrangement of the ques
tion—an offer which has been accepted by her
Majesty's cabinet. It will be remembered that
Lord Ashburton, another of the Baring family,
negotiated the treaty so well known as the
"Ashburton Treaty," and in view of the great
influence exercised by this firm in the United
States, arising in a great mea*urefroni the vast
extent of their mercantile and monetary trans
actions with that republic, there can be litt'e
doubt that the efforts of Mr. Baring will be aN
tended with success. The announcement will
be received with satisfaction, as proving that
the Derby cabinet are sensible of their precipi
tancy in provoking a quarrel with America,
and of the necessity of adopting a conciliatory
tone in their future communications. Rumors
to this effect were current in the afternoon, and
tended to strengthen the feeling of the market
towards the close, bui there are other influences
in operation, as we have already iutimated,
which have contributed very materially to the
production of the remarkable check now no
ticed. The most important of these is the wea
ther, which is now regarded with general soli
citude, as it is feared that the heavy rains and
cold wind will cause much damage to the
The correspondent of one of the London pa
pers says : —
It is rumored that some untoward accident
has occurred to interfere with (some say to
break oft' entirely) the President's projected
matrimonial alliance. In quarters that ought
to he well informed, it is denied that a rupture
has taken place, though it would appear that
Something has occurred, not, however, as 1 am
informed, of a serious character. Every one
knows that the "course of true love never
runs smooth," butlbe.'ieve it would be prema
ture to say that it has been definitely inter
rupted. '/'he President's brief absence within
the last day or two, has also given rise to a mul
titude ol rumors, and that about the marriage
was one of the first. The Presideut returned
to St. Cloud last night.
The London Sun save:
Notwithstanding the confident assertions of
some of our contemporaries to the contrary, we
have excellent reason lor being convinced' that
the Ion? talked of marriage between the Prince
Louis Napoleon and ihe Princess of the house
of Wasa will never take place. Almost in
surmountable difficulties are, we believe found
to exist.
Considerable anxiety appears to be felt by
the ministry of the Prince President as to the
course likely to be pursued by the refugees,
the majority of whom are understood to be ra
pidly congregating in Jersey.
The giund Napoleon festivities for the 15th of
August, are about to be simultaneously cele
brated throughout Europe, by the representa
tives of Louis Napoleon's government. A ban
quet will, in this manner, be given on Monday,
the lfcth of August, in London (the anniver
sary of the Emperor'a birih day falling this
year on Sunday)—to which banquet all her
Majesty's ministeis are invited.
The steamship Severn arrived at South
ampton (England) oa the 12th inst., bringing
the usual monthly Brazil and River Plate
The news from the River Plate by this pack
et is of a somewhat important character.—
Buenos Ayres wac again placed under a dic
tatorial government, the duration of which it
was impossible to foretell. General Urquiza
had efl'ected a coup d'etat a la Louis Napo*
leon, and the community of Buenos Ayres
was much alarmed and exasperated, fha
public press was effectually gagged, the Cham
ber of Representatives dissolved, and four of
the most popular and influential members or
dered to quit the country as demagogues —
Such was the sorry prelude to the anticipated
national organization. A private letter, dated
Buenos Ayres, July 51, says :—
General Urquiza has played a desperate
game, arid is irretrievably lost, unless be can
achieve some dazzling triumph by constitut
ing the nation; anil in this great enterprise, to
wiiich we heartily wish success, the chances
are problematical. The Governors of the pro
vinces appear all in its favor, but oth--r coui
•nullities, where the influence ofGen. Urquiza
is less telt, may take the same stand as Buenos
Ayres. Should that be the case, he has not
the power to enforce obedience, and the exam
ple he has set hern may be quoted to bis dis
advantage. In short we are once more at sea,
without chart or rudder; and God only knows
what may be the late of this unfortunate coun
try. Meanwhile foreign troops perambulate
our streets, uight and day,and it is ditficujt to
banish the idea of a citv with the "heel of the
conqueror on its nec*. Busiuess, ol course
paralyzed confidence in suspense, and all eyes
strained in fruiilesely peering into the womb
of a dark and mysterious future. An ominous
cloud hangs over the south of this province,
aud over several ol our interior provinces to
the not th. A single spark may ignite the train,
involving us in the horror of a new civil
The British Packet remarks as follows:
The coup d'etat has left the city in profound
tranquility and peifect order; but no doubt
there is a*rankling feeling ol discontent, not
the less dangerous, perhaps, Irotn the con
strained sileuce to which it is subjected. At
the same time, we see nothing to justify the
slightest apprehension for public order; and it
successful in constituting the nation on a
brortu, secure, and liberal basis, Gen. Urquiza
will readily be pardoned, by the judicious and
disinterested, for the bold and unceremonious
step of which zealous theorists, with a spe
cious show of reason, so bitterly complain.
A Yank" Svohl. —Two Yankees were
impelling through Eastern Teuuessee in a
sta*e. One of them, a tall, lanky, red necked
specimen, seemed inclined to aatonish his com
panions by wondeiiul stories of yankeedom:
und umoiig other tilings mentioned that one of
his neighbors o*neu a dairy which produced a
million pounds ot butter, and two millioa* of
cheese,every year. Perceiving that bis audi
tors did not seeui to swallow the story, he ap
pealed to his friend for proof of his veracity.
"True, i*n'« it, Mr. S.f Deacon Hunt's
dairy; you know Deacon Hunt?"
"I guess I do," answered the other. M I don't
know as I ever heard exactly bow many
pounds of butter and cheese be makes in a
year, but I do know that he keep* twelve tate
mil It running by the buttermilk
Charles Herghleager was killed at Gettysburg
Pa., on Wednesday night last, by falling into a cop
per mine, eighty feet deep.
Hare you ne»» heard, in ,
aome chord, whicho'er
Fs ™ l bof a moment'* maaic ronS^
Then .Tlently depart™ ° ttn4 '
Bu! with the echo on the air
Rouaed by that nmple lay,'
It leares a world af feeling Uiere
We cannot ch%ae away.
l**\£?*T* 4 . , ? und hlth Pow« to bH then
te?Jdliom r e otten nCpe *' childh;>od '•
When anting in your ailent home
Yougaxe around and weep,
Or call to thoae who cannoi come,
Hor wake trom dreamless sleep:
iSru c 80 °ft "you bemoan
t, and the dead,"
J back the f4nci,,d tol >e
Yea *oice that's a«d !
Youth'. half for,o^£££ r lb ' m com *~
bered home! pei ' cMMhood • remeaa •
A Yo^.dir^gC sw d «- •*
Th*y strike fo»e chorda, and imiie. deoart.
As, rushing o er your .oul, ae part,
Then untold feeiingj of tha heart
Awake and spurn control I
Yes, yes—a sound hath pcwar to bid them come—
Youth's half forgotten hopes, childhood's remem
The Maidek and the Hero.—On the
night of the battle of Brandywine, 1 was sent
with a message from General Green to Count
Pulaßki,a noble Polander, who took a promi
nent part in our freedom. He waa quartered
in a neat ftrm house near! he upper fords.—
After our business was finished, the Count
asked me to take sortie refreshments, and at
the same lime he called oul—
'Mary, my lass, Mary!'
In an instant a rosy cheeked girl entered,
her face beaming with joy, it would seem, at
the very sound of Pulaski's voice.
'Did you call me, Count!' said she timidly.
'How often have I told you, my little lore,'
he said, bending his tall form to kiss her
cheek,'not to call me Count; call me you
dear Pulaski. This is a republic, my little
favorite. We have no Counts, you know.'
'But you are a Count, sir, w hen at home,
and they say you came a long way over the
oceaa to fight for us.'
'Yes,yes, Mary, very true; I did come a
long way, but one reason why, was, I had to
come, in a measure. Now, can you get for
this gentleman and myself a little refreshment!
He has a long way to ride to-night.'
'Certainly, sir,' and she went out of the room
like a fairy.
; A tine pleasant girl,' said Pulaski; would
that I had the wealth that 1 once had,l would
give her a portion that would send half the
youth hereabouts after her sweet face.' # *
On ths morning of the 11th of September,
1779, the British Army advanced in full force
to Chadd's Ford, for the purpose of crossing
the Brandyvvine Cieek, and bring on an ac
tion with Wnshiiigton. Sir William Howe
diove Maxwell's division across the creek, by
ten o'clock, at one of the lower lords.
I he Hessian General Knoupliausen, with a
large force advancing up the side of the creek
aud uniting with Lord Cornwallis who com
mand d the left wing of the anny, crossed at
the upper fords of the river and creek.
It so happened mat during the raging of the
conflict, in carrying orders 1 passed immedi
ately in direction of Pulaski's quarters, that
I had visited the night before. Situated as the
house was in the midst ofbattle, curiosity in
duced me to ride up. Suddenly a sheet of
flame burst forth. The house was on fire.—
Near the door step lay the body of Mary, htr
head cut open by a sabre, and her brains ooz
ing out of the terrible wound! I had not been
there more than a minute, when Pulaski, at the
head of a troop of cavalry, galloped rapidly to
the house. I shall never forget the expression
of bis face, as he shouted like a demon on seeng
the inanimate form,
'Who did this?'
A little boy that had not been before noticed,
who was lying amid the grass, his leg dread*
fully mangled, said:
'There, there they go."
He pointed to a company of Hessians, then
some distance off.
'Right wheel, men, charge!'
And they did charge; I do not think that one
man ol that Hessian corps ever left the field*
except to be placed in the grave.
The last I saw of Pulaski was on the bat
tle ground of Brandy wine.
Murder by the Yankton Indiant.
We have bad news Irom the far north.—
Pierre Bottineau, of St. Anthony, arrived a few
days ago from Selkirk, bringing intelligence of
a murder lately committed by Yankton Sioux
Indians, at tit. Joseph, a trailing post and half
breed town, 500 miles northwest of this place,
near the British line. The victim of this atro
city was a young man named E. Terry, a
teacher in the Methodist mission at St. Joseph.
He went there from Si. Paul iu March last,
and has a brother, a printer, residing in this
city. He and another man, who fortunately
escaped slightly wounded, were together when
attacked by five armed Yanktous. The people
of St. Joseph have fortified N. W. Kittson'*
trading houses, where they have united for de
fence, as other attacks were anticipated, The
murder was committed on the Hsih of June,
two or three days after the trains lelt for St.
The Vanktons and Cut Heads are alike bos
tile to the people 01 Pembina, and now menace
a general massacre of that distant and unpro
tected community.
For several years past they have been wa
ging a murderous war upon the half-breeds of
Pembina, and they have now commenced kill
ing and scalping the white people settled in
that remote region.
The state of affairs in Pembina demands the
instant action of government, and we have no
doubt but our vigilant delegate in Congress
will immediately bring the subject before that
body and the President, and that both tbe ex
ecutive and legislative departments of the na
tional government will make efficient and iu>«
mediate provision for the protection and secu*
rity ol our distant frontier. To doubt this is to
charge our government w.lh egregious folly,
improvidence and cruelty.
A strong military force should be sent at
once to Pembina, and the Indians in that far
off region should be taught that tftey have yet
to learn that the United States is a powerful
nation, pursuing with determination, and pun
ishing with severity, any people, civilised or
savage, who venture to make war upon its
citizens, or those enjoying its protection.
[Alinnetota Democrat.
Man Killed by hi* Stepson.—On Than*
day afternoon, sih in St., H. C. Boyd, living
about eight toilet below Little Rock, Ark-, >o
the river bottom, wa« kitted by hii itepeon,
John Mariow,a lad about thirteen yeare of age.
It appears that Boyd and his wife had been in
town during the day, where Boyd bad procured
whisky and got drunk, and after their return
hoiue, had tell upon hi* wile with all the force
of a brute, and white thus unmercifully beating
her, the boy, with the natural inetinet of a child
for the protection of hie moUier, drew a pistol
and shot Boyd in the left aide, which resulted
in hie immediate death. The boy was lodged
in jail, but bailed out on baturdoy.

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