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tW~P IUiI.V DISPATCH
»>« learn Iroui a passenger, by the
packet, jual from Staunton, (says the Lynch
burg Express of Saturday,) that there vn to
bav* been a meeting of the citizen* on Thura
4aj to conaider the recent case of rape in that
cautjr. He atatea that there wax a determioa
aiaa aot to let tbe ruffian* escape the gsllows.
If tbey were not condemned to death, they
woald b« taken out by tbe populace and
bang. The trial took place yesterday.
TBECHARGEuF rftUKUKKAOAIRST LEAHET.
—We stated yesterday, that Leahey, the
•jlook of La Trappe," bad been committed to
jail at Pardeeville, on a charge of murder.—
Tbe MilwaulHe Sentinel says:
% Mr. Leahey, (who once lectured in Milwau
lie which caused a mob among the Catho
lics' some two vears since,) became suspicious
•t an Irish friend, by the name of Manly, of
having too much intimacy with his (Leahey'»)
wife, and sued him a few w«tek* ago, but failed
Id convict him. On the 25th ult., they bad
Mother trial, and Manly waa again cleared;
wben Leahey drew out hi* revolver and shot
Vaaly, causing bis death in a few moments.—
Leahey also shot twice at Morton Squire, of
Pardeeville; once he missed bim, the second
time the ball passed through his clothes,grnz
ed his body and lodged in his arm. AII of this
occurred in the court room, while the room
was crowded. Leahey has had his examina
tion, and been committed to jail for murder.
CoimCTioK or Coolies. —The U. Stales
skip Saratoga arrived at Hong Kong liom
the eon«t on the Bth ol June, and brought
down 100 of the American ship Robert Bownea'
coolies, who mutinied and killed the Captain
aadcrew. A court of investigation was held
m board the Susquehanna, before the Com
mnrior* and the United States Consul, at
Canton. Seventeen of the pr eoners were
found guilty, and handed over to the Manda
no* at Canton; the remainder are to be sent
hack to Amoy.
Arrest of a Woman is Male Apparel.
—The police of Boston, a tew days ago, arrest
ad a young woman on the Common, who was
dressed in male attire. She gave her name as
Thomas Hastings. After she was ascertained
to be a woman, she dropped the christian name
she had assumed. Her true name is Mary
Jane Hastings. Miss Hastings is said to be
long to Providence, and is about 20 years of
age. She is quite pretty, and would have
played the deuce with the "sex" as a "churin
h>g" fellow had she been allowed to retain her
assumed dress. She was suspected of being a
pickpocket, whirh led to her arrest, but there
being no proof against her she was discharged
and sent back to Providence.
Fire in Staunton.
Stackton. Sept. 4.—Last night we had a
ire in this place, which destroyed the large
stable attached to the Virginia Hotel, suppos
ed to have been the act of an incendiary.—
Less to Mc Clung &. Co,, about $5000. By
the indefatigable exertions of the citizens, the
frame buildings surrounding the stable, were
saved —thereby saving perhaps the town.—
Three horses Biid harness were burnt together
with many bushels of grain.— Whig.
THE ARBOI'K, /~N
Comer Main and lath'fe/pV [o J
streets.
Blue Wing Ducks
t FreshSora; Cherry Ston« Oysters
York River Crabs
Ire a part of the delicacies now on hand at this fa
vorite Restaurant
«<> 3 R. W. ALI.EN. Proprietor.
CHINA. EAHTH-t j»i
ENWARE AND GLASS.©?!
William F. Butler,lHX|
11 ate VVm ' Butler &Co )
'^ a ' n street, has now opened in
store a very large stock of
FALL GOODS,
Of his own impoi tation, which he offers to the trade
at reduced prices Also, Canton China Dinner
Sets, and a lew Plates, Dl.hts, and Covered Dishes.
e* 4 (j 'J W
• |<U HOl'fb-IVhtJ'tU.'* AM) THOSE
1 ABOUT COMMENCING HOUSEKEEPING.
The subscriber respectfully preseuts this notice of
kia usual assortment of House-keeping articles,
which is known and universally admitted to be the
■urn extensive in the State of Virginia He has al
ways been tee !ir»t to introduce novelties that are
reify valuable and will continue to add to his stock
careful and judicious importations and selec
tions, at the same time confidently assuring those
about commencing housekeeping, that they can
•are time and money, net better articles, and select
from a stock almost equal to any to be found at the
■ortb. The enumeration of the following articles
kirnistut a sinsll portion which may be found at
lis establishment, such as tine Table Cutlery, im
ported direct from Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Shef
ield, and other celebrated mskors, sold ia setts or
Unives without Forks; Albata Warn, consisting of
Tea CoS'ee sets, castors, <tc, &c: Ten and Ta
lie Spoors Forks, Toast Hacks, Snuffers and Trays,
kigh and low Candlestick*, Salt Cellars, Muslard
tc.tc. The above a>e imported direct
from the houses oi James Dixon & Sons and Jo*eph
Yates &. Socs, Shfffi-lp, are tqual to silver for use,
and at about i.ne-ii uith the cost. Britannia Metal
Ware, Tea and Cotlee Pots, Tea and Tail-; Spoons,
Soap, Sauc-* and ioddy Ladles, L&mpß, Candle
sticks, 4r.c, &:c, &.c. Block and Planished Tin Goods
—s>*9b Covers, ot the newest and most elegant de
signs, »>blong Covers in sets and singly from ten to
twenty inches, Plated Covers to maicn. Plate Heat
era, Water Piates and Co7ers, Covert d Meat Dish
es, for hot water or with lamp heaters, all sizes
»rom twelve to twenty inches, Fish Dishes, Oyster
Stewers, Coffee Biggins and Filter., Coffee Ma
sques and I'rnsofal. sizes, Coffee Pots and Boilers
Ac,fcc. Ja r annery—rino English Tea Trays, all
Mu* newest shapes aud patterns, in sets of 3. 4, 5,
and 6 pieces, W alters to match. Br. ad Trays, Cheese
Trays, luilet Sets, Japanned imitation China-Nurse
iy Lamp* with China Cups and Tea Kettles suit
■Me for the sick. Cast Iron Hat ami Umbrel a
£rM° m 0" el K gaU d r ig ° 8 ' ,ire " ,ub Prelera
i j Mahogany, being cheaper, more durable, and
kwdsomer, Bronze*ud Steel Goods-Fire Irons,
m sets or psirs, of plain and richly polished steel
standard to match or singly. Brass Fenders, Nur
sery renders. Library and Folalng Fenders, And
iron* ot all the latest and most desirable styles
Kitchen Utensils, adapted to Ranges or Stoves.—
Miscellaneous—Brushes, Brooms, Door Mats, Wil
low Ware, Wooden Ware, in fact everything the
■K.»t ingenious house- keeper can desire, to be nad
*'• toe House Furnishing Store of.
- , L. GINTER,
* p6 - lw 137 Main street.
[VOTU E.—Union Steamship Compuuy.
derr S" e<1 ; 1 »» T « D g."o the 19ih ultimo,
resigned the agency of tnis line of Stesm Packets,
to take eße« trom ihe Ist September, instani,
wou d respectfully reler shippers and others w'io
MBErVkAKKIM lhi v Uue 10 lb<ir BUCCesß °r. Mr.
mrj information ' Wh ° " tces
* e 4 ~ lw MAYO fe ATKINSON.
C£ A BUSIMiSS.-F.JU jtrM',
J(a a smal. tous-i suitable tor a grocerv situated
U>e South side ot the Canal, i,est above the
fcrtdge leading t j the Public Warehouse. Also, the
1 t adjoining, an excellent locatiou for keeuiai Ca
sal horses. With ihe two united, a good business
nay be done. Apply to
'« JOSKPH ALLEN.
Ul£lktAl£ Plt-KLKS,—superior mixed Pick-
J Irs, put up in wane vinegar, in half gallon
»cd pl.t jars, lor sale t>v
. ANTONIO PIZZINI,
an 30 No 4J Main atVeet, under City Hotel.
YAM.tK HiVJSItS.—A new supply~7>7the
Chipp«*a Warbler, containing all the popular
Waij Songs ol the day—price 6 cents ; f jr sale oy
*>« G. M Wr>T h HHP.
KAiiiUUAU OAL..—Wcotlu on, tor railroad
use, iur «by
■-« I>aVF.*PORT. ALLEN 41 CO.
I OVILUi.NU'S COFPEK, StUAK.-lOJ
Jj fcbls, landing and tor ale by
is 4 DAVENPORT, ALLEN fc CO.
WHITE VOFPKU SLIiAKS, lor mii by
se«i DAVENPORT. ALLEN * CO.
M'OISACt:". -Uraveiy's, Wluuws' aud euera-
X 10,000 Cigar*. (5 to 930 per thousand, for sate
*JT [«t 31'] W*. EGGLEaTON.
4EHIVALB AT TBI PBISMi WtWS
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
EXCHANGE HOTEL.—S Pence, Mr* M
H Morton, Halifax; J T Goodwyn, C P Pel*
ha**, S C; W H Brandes, Cbeaterfield; J H
Marks. New Orleans; T P Hugers acd lady,
B A Ceacbman, lad v, child and a;rvant, SO;
Miss Ford, SC;CP Burruss, Richmond; J D
Butler, J W Harrison, Caroline; W Usgett,
N C; J B Taylor, Ala; A E Cox, Ala; H Den
sing, N S Chase, S C; W Barnes, No Ca; H
Hura, J M Carroll, Ga; 1) Marksten, S Ba
w-uar, M Marx, Mobile; A Weyl, N Orleans;
S Marksten, Mi**; B A Dryer, New Orleans;
F J Rosenberg, Savannah; W R Rawlins,
Texas; A A Keblinger, Charlottesville; G T
Jones, University of Va: PH Oliver, James T
Lonein?, Ga; A A Monteiro, Jas M Monteiro,
Va; E P Gaines, J C Colley, Petershurg; D S
Cowan, W& R R R; N W Noch, Acconiac;
J Chapman and family, Arkansas J Chspinan,
Orange; 1 Lyon, Richmond; W S Archer, Va;
A Mayyck, SC:J T Caldwell. Va; J A Sel
den, A P Crenshaw, Charles City County; Ed
Johnaand lady,L D Johns, Lynchburg; John
Hagan, New Orleans; J Brandt and lady, Bal
timore; W Furness, Boston; J G VVill, N V;
C Seculowick,ship Argiro; J F White, Staun
ton; R L Walker, Albemarle; L Thompson, la
«lv, 2children and servant, Miss F Ruulhue,
NC; D E Gardiner, Henrico; J Christian, A
Campbeli, Middlesex, J B Watkins, Robert A
fame, Richmond; K A Musgiove, B C Flan
nagun, M Smead, Charlottesville; R M Green,
S C; iVS Keinner, D Kemper, B Kemper, W
H H Kemper, Un of Va.
COLUMBIAN HOTEL.—W Watkins. Hal
ifax; S Ford, Greensville; P Watkin.<ou Cbes
terfield; J M Fitch, Appomattox; J Mclver and
Mr Garland, Campbell; Dr W Fuquuand R
M Seuy, Cumberland; S S Blackburn, N C;
SJ Walker, Appomattox, W H Wilson and
son, Amelia; H Bell and J Mason, England; J
H Crump. Henrico; V Dibbrell, Washington;
J E Homer T S Tinsley, Lynchburg; W P
Kiddle, Buckingham; A G rSievens, N C; C K
Cnrrinirtnn, Cartersville; P F 'Trent, Cumber
land; E F- Ninningor, Franklin; J S Shungle,
Prince George; F iNeison, New Keui; Capt B
Cosby und E Mayo, Powhatan; ci Marks,
Goochlimd; Gov Towns, Georgia; J B Jones,
Chesterfield; T W Farley, Nelson; D C Dunn,
lady, Miss Dunn and Sd Clark, Abinglon. H
Kudd and DGoode, Chesterfield.
CITY HOI'EL —J T Mason, Fluvanna; A
C Dickinson, VVoodville; S S iiuker, Rich
mond; J H Siller, Geo; J W Smith, R Fuit,
J T Wills, Petersburg; S Hart. New Orleans;
M B Smith, Va; J T Whaling, QWH A AD
F; J Taylor, Caroline; J M Daljney, Mobile;
Wyman, Philuda; J W Price, Hanover; W J
Halie, Essex; S C Colburn, Richmond; S B
Edwards, L P Mitchell, Ala, J H Fossct, M D
Roach, W M Vernon, G Howes, J Luhon, S
C; C Davidson Ga; S F Hut wood, King aud
Queen; W Harpy and lady, Natchez; A Hun
ley, Ga; Mr Smith, Charlesfin; S Dawson,
Miss E Dawson, J Dawson, Ky; Jas B Hali,
Goochland; C E Wallers, D J Hill, Lobos Is
lands; W E Winn, La; L Seldon, A Isaacs, N
York; T Doswell, Hanover; N G Burton, New
Orleans; G L Joftnson, Ky; John H Metierl,
Heniico.
AMERICAN HOTEL—Capt B Darracott,
Miiford; Mr Sterling, Washington; A M
Smith, Baltimore; J Dubhs, Halifax, C H; M
Derbey, and H Fowler, Newburg; J Nixon,
lady, two children, nurse, and G 11 Adams iSc
lady, Ala; J Smith, Newark; J H Boucher,
Pbila; J H Marshall, Mobile; C C Hudsall,
and 'I' Whyte, New York; A J Morrison, N' C;
C Rosera & J Rogers, Baltimore; D Holme.-,
La; R Wilson and lady, Alias E Wiluc.ii anil
Miss M C Wilson, Baltimore; S Lindsey and
lady, Phi la; J Horrv and family, Md; W Pease,
Albany; D H Morton, Farmville; J Todd, Ala;
H H Richardton, NC; H Chapman, and L
Nicolls, New York; W McClusky, Frede
ricksburg; N R Sebastin, and Miss C Sebas
tin, Memphis; E Drontgoole, Brunswick; E
Peirson. Troy; G Patridge , Burlington; J W
Downey, N 0; RL Madison, Peteisburg.
Itnnge ol the Thermometer
At J. W. itANDOLFH'a. No. 121, .Mam street,
YKSTEI'.DAV
7 a. m. J IS a. | 5 p. m.
I 7'i I 74
MAKINE NEVVfe.
POltT OF It IC 11 i>l o > i>.
AKRIVED,
Schr Ellen Goldshorough, Stevens, Baltimore.
Schr Columbus, Hes«. PhiUdelphia, coal.
Schr Mobile, Lewis, Hivre de Grace, c ial.
SchrChauncy, St. Johns, Bedlord, Altauy, lum
ber
Tunis, Depew, Bedford, Albany, lumoer.
Schr Alida, Delney, New York, railroad iron.
Stephen Hotchkiss, New York, au°to to
H W Fry. s
Schr R L Miers, W T icks, New York.
Schr Aiiadna. llawkini New York.
Steamer Belvioere, Gifford, Baltimore, mdse to
Ludlatn &. Watton.
Steamer Roanoke, Parrish, New York, tndse to
Ludlam &. Walson.
SAILED,
Schr Oriana Gray Port Waiihall.
Scar Ann, Smith, Pt i'adelphia.
Schr Mary I) Sculi, Scull, r hiiadelphia.
Scar Sardii e, , Fredericksburg
NKWSI'APKIt S, i*l A«A.
ZlfiES, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, ic. for
sale at the Literary Emporium oi T. H GRESH
AW, Broad street
LONDON LANCET,for September —50c
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, as it is—3lso
CLIFFORD FAMILY : a tale of the Old Domin
ion, by one of her Daughtetn—cloth $1, paper 75c
THE DISCARDED DAUGHTER, or, CHIL
DREN OF THE ISLE, by Mrs Souihworth—7sc
KNICKEKbuCKER MAGAZINE, Septem
ber—'Joe
ALEXANDER TARDY—2Sc
MARY SEAIIAM.by Mrs Grey—soc
434 LIVING AGE—lite
THE HEIRS OF RANDOLPH ABBEY—2Sc
FOKEST KOaE- 25c
AUN f PHILI.IS' CABIN, by Mrs Eastman—soc
YANKEE NOTIONS tor September—
Gieasou'a Pictorial, Flag, Banner, Wave.iy, Ar
thur's Home Gazette, Courier, Museum, Evening
Post, Pick. Picayune, Police Gazette, Boston Paot,
« cekly Herald, aud all the papers for this week,
Sept 4th, together with everything ia ttie cheap
publication line, wholesale and retail.
icou o a . Tlios. h. gresham,
Broad street, opposite Brosd Street Hotel.
v" l ,. riiCHVed ' Blar 8 SM<l !»ie afsortment
loy Books, I'rimna- rs, &c, 4tc. 8e 4
I U> *■*»«. SALt.
A-i As the agent and trustee ot THOri. H BLA
KEY, I will sell, privately, in iots containing one
or more acres each, to suit purchasers, eiaht or
ten „ -es ol the laad now owned and occupied by
the said Blakey. 'i hese lots are b- autiluiiy situa
ted on Union Hiil, Homing on the road leading to
Biakeys Mill, about smile and a half only irun
the old market.
Terms accommodating. Refer to John Shore or
to the subscriber, at his office No. 71 Maia street
up Btairs,over Messrs. Sinton &. Co. '
au 9 3tawts L R. WATKINS.
I W1«»H TO COM'UACT Immediately ,or
X the bui.ding ot a bnck TOBACCO FACTORY
in Manchester, oO by B'J teet, two and a hall stories
st™™ iwh !h B '? rUl u aod Wurk a ""« well and
„ 3 i 6 ° k * od wood wIU see
ine and give their pricei.
se I—eodfit WM GRAY.
Mp»""•'""If ou -i'h street
called 'h IMyers house, now occupied by the
Heth ,o ir r ' y tDe "" K Mr *-
Heth Rent Alterauons at a co#t ot from o-ie
3—t*w6t"
»A W—R Hoe tt Co s Circu
A j r from 8 to 6i inches. hlwuvb on hand
i? u J • sinton * co.
«< the Circular Saw, 71 Main street
BAt *
* DAVENPORT. ALLKN 4c CO
/ < KlNUsTOMifs,—a lot in Uruustoue* a*it*
VJT expected per schr Round Point, sod for sate
* 4 ROBERT RANKIN.
FALLIMFrtRTAtm*,
STEBBIM, DAKRACUTT *
\wl CO., Importer# and Demleri In
Bartheisw*!*, China «nd Glass,
11 bsve received by ships Empire
State, Bherid»a and Forrest Bute.
Livei I oo . their fall stock of
Earthenware and China, din et from the manufac
turer* making their stock large and complete; «*d
by arrival* from the ooriheta cities, they are re
ceiving «>mtr suoplks of Glass Ware, both rich and
plain/Looking-Glaases and Fancy Articles, well
adapted to the country and city trade.
Merchants visiting our City may be assured of
having inducements offered which will induce them
to make their purchases with us.
BTEBBINS, DARRACOTT & CO.,
le 4 {Front Iron Building. 101 Broad St.
Aa NOTICE TO »HOK AMD ffl
DEALERS. —tirinnell &JU&,
Jenkins, No. 208, Market sin et, Baltimore,
wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Capa, Bonneta, dfce., have now is store, *nd
are constantly receiving a large and well selected
stock of Fall G :ods, which they are prepared to of
f.-r by the package or doxen to cash or prompt
time dealers at the lowest rates, and tr quest the at
tention of Virginia merchants to their stock, coro
p»sed in part of
Thick Boots, fine Calf and Kip Boots
Coarse Brogans, Kia, Calf and fineMorocos
Rubber Shoes of all kinds, at manulacturera
prices
Silk, Beaver, Kossuth and Wool Hats
CI tth, Silk, Plush, Glazed and Velvet Caps
Satin, Florence, and other Bonnets, &c, itc.
Cal and oblige
s* 4—dl2tw3t* GRINNELL Sc JENKINS.
FOR THELAUIEs-Beautifol
Goods—We have just received,
per stenmer Pennsylvania. an additional supply ot
Ladies' and Children's Gaiteisand Jenry Lind
Boots, witb ro«ettes, irom the most approved man
ufacturers in Philadelphia. We now are enabled
t j offer t j the ladies the most varied assortment of
styles and colors, of those handsome Gaiters «t one
dollar and a half, that wehsve ever had in store ;
also, Parodi's. Jeuny Lind's, and a new and beau
lifularticle cf Diamond Ties, with tosettps ; and we
shall continue to receive, weekly, during the sea
son, fresh supplies cf fashionable styles <>i Ladies'.
Mifses' and Children's Shoes, all of which will be
sold at our usual mode'ate prices.
WHITE &. PAGE,73 Main St.,
se4 3 door* below Dooley'a Hat Store.
t'has. R, Uarreyg. John A. Burgees.
HARRETS & BURGESS,
HOUaE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS,
No. 165, Main Stbext, (nzably ofposite
thr Kxchangk Bank,) Richmond, Va ,
WHERE they will thankfully receive and
promptly execute all work entrusted to
them.
N. B.—Orders from the country respectfully so
licited. ru :i()—.lm
(VIIDLOTHI AN COAL, ANTitliAClTti
irX COAL, AND COKE.—I am still delivering
the beet Lump Coal from the Miclothian Pits, at
seventeen cents per bushel, and am prepared to
deliver Coke ot the best qunlity, also at seventeen
cents per bushel; and Anthracite Coal at
per cart load. Orders left at my office on 14th
street, near Mayo's bridge, or at my coal yard, at
the Richmond and Danville Railroad depot, will
be promptly attended to.
«u 28—2w CHASTAIN FARRAR.
CMJOD KKAUINU FOKtVKKVBODV.
T Harper's Library of Select Novels, containing
The Discourse, by Buiwer—price 25 cents
Florence Sackville, or Self-Dependence, by Mrs
Burbury
Tne Caxtons, a Family Picture, by Buiwer—37
cents
The Bush Ranger of Van Die man's Land, by
Chailes Rowcroft
Gawrie, or the King's Plot, by G P R James—2s
cents
The False Heir, by James—2s cents
The Step Mother, oy 2 part*—so cents
The Forgety, a Tain, by James—2s cents
Jane Lyre, au Autobiography, by Currer Bell—
25 cents
Thirty Years Since, or the Ruined Family, by
James—2s cents
The Banker's Wife, or Court and City, by Mrs
Goie
The FBte, by James- 50 cents
Stuart of Dunleath, by Mrs Caroline Norton—2s
cents
A:ma and Obstacles, by James—so cents
Retribution, or the Vale of Shadows, by Mrs
Southwoitn
Sir Theodore Broughton, or Laurel Water, by
James—2s c:uts
A Whim and its Consequences, by James—2s
c°nts
Together with » great variety of Cli°Bp Publica
tions, for sale by LEWIS L. SMITH,
se 4 Opposite American.
BAPTIST HOOK uErosiToKY.—Just
received, the annexed publications :
Tbe Design of Baptism Keviewed in Relation to
the Christian Life, by Irah Chaee, D D
Providence Unfolded, by Alexander Carson
Christian Daily Treasury, by Kbenezer Temple
History of Palestine, illustrated, by Kitto
A Wreath Around the Cross, by Kev M A Urown
Outlines of English Literature, by T B Shaw, B A
Contributions oi Q Q, by Jane Taylor
Discourses on the Application of Chiistianlty to
the Commercial and Ordinary Affairs ot Life, by
Thomas Chambers, D D and LI. D
Old Humphreys, feasant Tales, His Addresses,
.?ea Captain, Grand Parents, North American In
dians, die, &c. For sale by
au-24 CHARLES WORTH AM.
LIFPIMCOTT'W <J ABJiS il T HISTO
RIES OF TliE UNITED STATES, written by
T S Arthur and Win E Carpenter. Histories of
Virginia, Kentucky and Georgia now ready—eacn
6 m 2)i cents.
In this series of histories tbe author, while pre
senting a concise but accurate narrative of the do
mestic policy of each State, will greater pro
minence to the personal history ot the people. The
dangers which continually hovered around the
early colonists; the Stirling romance of a life passed
tearlessly amid peril; the incident* oi border war
tare; the adventures ot hardy pioneers; the keen
wavhfulness, the subtle surprise, the ruth.ess at
tacn, and prompt retaliation—all these having had
au luiportaD* intiueuce upon the formation of the
American character, are to be faithfully recorded,
while the progressive developments of the citizens
ot each individual State, from 'he rough forest lite
of the earlier day to the polished condition of the
present, will exhibit a picture of national expansion
as instructing as it is interwfing. Books "sent by
mail when desired.
my a) HARROLD & MURRAY.
ROU*lft4» »LA'lb. —i urn prepared to re
ceive orders and furnish the aoova article to
all who may favor me with their patronage, and am
satisfied that it would ce to tile advantage of ail who
are in want of a superior article of Rooting Slate, to
call at my office and judge tor themselves, as sam
ples can be seen of sizes of qualities.
RUBT. RANKIN,
Corner 22d and Water streets, ou the Dock,
se 2
NOTICE. —in order to make room jor my la 1
supply, I will otfer great inducements to all
who wish to buy bargains in Dry Goods I have
left some very desirable patterns of Lawns, French
printed Muslins, embroidered Swiss. Bareges, Tis
sues, Chaliies, ic, which I will sell ott'at coat.
WM. J. SWORDS,
BU 3 225 Broad street.
ANI'HKACiTE coal,. — landing lromacnr
Harrison Pries. 200 tons of superior Red Ash
Anthracite Coal, which 1 will d w%rin any part of
the city, atSa 7iper load. Persons wishing to lay
in their Winter supply, wouid do well to send in
their orders. JOHN W. WRIGHT,
au 27 Dock Wharf.
WA.'.TtO —A Young .Man, wno can put up
all kinds of Prescriptions, and who has a
thorou«n knowledge ol the Apothecary and Drug
bxeiuess Apply to TttoMAS E. PACE,
au -ii) 222 it road street
HAVE you ever tiie i the Tea or Milk-Bis
cuits made at WM. FALUONhR'S Bakery,
171 Main street ! If not, we would to
try them, for they aie really flue, and only six
cents per dozen au 20
ELLINU OK* AT A UitbAT SAC
RIFICE.—A large 1t of remnants of Kerage
d- Laine and Lawna ; also, a lot of Embroidering,
patterns which we are ailing et hail tu6tr ralue.
Don't forget. 'All rsroad street.
se3 ABRAHAM I.P.VY. Ja
I >l'TTEU.—as paccago* ut butte , received
tJ per a.et*fler, lor aalc low at who.esaie or te
tail, by HULST Jt KINu,
se :> Franklin rt, opposite O'd Market
L'OU (>KKAT BAHIiAINS i.\ »LfE.
A rior lleady Made Clothing, call on
J. Li.GOODMAN.
No 131 Main atrmt, opposite Eagle cquern.
N B.—Kit* guarsnteed. an 30
If *'EACE ratfAKK you WAK.-lIW
piece* Moaqnito Melting, for sale at
JACOB A LEVY'S,
tf and S9 Mats atrcet
fflffglgklfEkW nHl'igufC
U New aad CswfsrtaMe dehadaiea.
TWICE DAILY FROM RICHMOND TO NfcW
YORK. WITH TRANSFERS OF PASSENGERS
AMD BAGGAGE, THROUGH THE CITIES OF
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, AND PHILADEL
PHIA, FREE OF EXTRA CHARGE.—On and af
ter the Ist of Mareh, the following qaick and com
fortable schedules will be run over lie inland route
between Richraond rad New York: Leave Rich
mond, daily, at 7 o'clock, A. M, and 9 o'clock, P. M.;
arrive in New York, daily, at s*, A. M., and 6* P. M.
Fare to Washington, Ist class seats $5 50
M " 2d " " 400
" " Baltimore Ist " " .7 00
« .. .. ad ..
Between Baltimore and Philadelphia by nil
road 3 00
Between Baltimore and Philadelphia, by New
Cattle and Frenchtowo line 2 50
Between Philadelphia and New York 3 00
For Ist class passengers, and #2 on each for 2d
class do.
Besides the through and direct connexion named
above with the main Northern Route, through
tickets, direct, can be obtained at the Depot of the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, in Washing
ton, for Pittsburg and Wheeling via the Ralay
House on the following terms t
Between Washington and Pittsburg—
(Time 24 hours) .....ill 50
Between Waahiqgton and Wheeling—
(Time 32 hours) 12 50
For through tickets to Washington and Balti
more, or other information, apply at the ticket of
fice.
It is deemed proper, in addition, to state, for th*
information of passen/ers, that four daily lines are
in operation between Washington and Baltimore,
by means of which the traveller who, through
business or nlp*«tr*. ha* Wn delayed in Wash
ington, nas iv always tn nls power to proceed at a
convenient hour directly on his journey to an;
point north of that place. THOMAS SHARP,
Agent of Transportation.
Offick R., F. & P.R. R. Co., >
Richmond, Feb. 20,1852. $
P. d.—The Night Train will not stop to take up or
put down passengers, except at the following sta
tions : Cottage, Taylorsville, Junction, Chesterfield,
Milford, Ginney's, Fredericksburg and Brooks'.
N. B.—By order of the Postmaster General, no
mail train will be run between Richmond and
Washington on Sunday nights.
fe 21 T. S.
P JCmioNl»"AM> DAM VI IL
IV ROAD,OPKN TO MOORE'S ORDINARY,
SIXTY-FIVE MILES.
On and after Monday, August 16th, 1852, a regu
lar Passenger Train will run between Richmond
and Moore's Ordinary, connecting at that point
with Flagg & Co's line of Stages for Burkeville,
Farmville, Halifax C urthnuse, Charlotte Court
house, Danville, Mikon and Greensboro'.
Passenger# for Lynchburg wilt atop at the Junc
tion, and connect with Flagg Sl Co's Line of Sta
ges.
The will stop for passengers only at the fol
lowing points:
Manchester, Powhite, Robiou's, Coal Fields, To
mahawk, Powhatan, Petersburg Road, Mattoax,
Scott's Shop, Amelia Courthotue, Wyanoke, Jen
nnigs Ordinary, Haytoknh and Liberty Church.
Leave Richmond every day (except Sunday) at
7 o'clock, A M. Returning, leave Moore's Ordina
ry at 1:50 P M
Children over 3, and not over 12 years of age,
hail price to any points except the two firstnamed.
Servants travelling by themselves must be furnish
ed with two passes, so that one can be retained in
the office; and it must be expressly stated on the
pass that they are permitted to go on tbe Cars.
A Freight train will !e»ve Richmond every Mon
day, Wednesday and F'riday. The Wednesday's
Freight going only to the Junction.
N B—The Mage leave 3 Moore's Ordinary every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 10:30 o'clock,
A M, arriving at Danville next day at 9i A M, and
at Greensboro' at JO P M, and returning >neets the
Cars at the same point every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
Through ticket from Richmond to Danville, 89
Do do do do Greensboro', 10
Through passengers not providing themselves
with tickets, will be considered as way passengers,
and charged ah increased rate of fare,
au I 2 IOHN H. OSBORNE. Sup'.
LNITE.D STATKS .HAIL LINK.
STEAMSHIP ROANOKE.
FOR NEW YORK VIA NORFOLK.
I'be ROANNKE, Capt. PAKBISH
will receive Freight Monday at 12
JjSSdjiyyo'clock, lor New York, and conti
to receive it up to the hour of
1 o'clock, on Tuesday afternoon, and leaving at
4 o'clock on that day as usual.
Passengers can select a Berth from a plan of the
Ship at our office, South-side of tne Basin.
Passage to or trom New York, including meals
and fine state room accommodations, only.. .810
Steerage passage to or from do, oniy hall price.
For freight or passage, apply at our office, south
side of the' Basin.
au 16—ts LUDLAM &. WATSON
Daily link to i* uu ha nan in
LESS THAN TWO DAYS, BY CENTRAL
RAILROAD—ALSO DAILY BY NATURAL
BRIDGE TO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS—
Leave Richmond daily at hail past ti, A M, to Staun
ton by night; second day to Buchanan by 5, PM.
Ou the return, leave Buchanan at 3 o'clock A M,
arrive bi Richmond next oay to dinner, by half past
1 o'clock, P M.
This makes a daily line via Natural Bridge to the
White Su'phur Springs.
Fare from Richmond to Buchanan..... 8 8
do do Richmond to White Sulphur, via
Natural P. rid ire 12
au 6 E. H. GILL. Superintendent.
JLAOiKS' CJAl'A'Kii!*, LAIJI bS'
GAITERS.—We will receive this day, by
steamer Roanoke, another lot of Ladies' Gaiters;
also, some other descriptions oi Ladies' Shoes,
which we will selllow. HART &. MOsES,
an 23 63 Main street.
LOST, on Thursday evening, prooabiy between
the Airican Church and the City Hail, a f'oek
ct Book, containing some $30in money, and some
papers valuaole only to the owner. A liberal re
ward wiil be paid lor the recovery of the Pocket
Book and contents. Apply at the Dispatch office,
au 21—ts
FARM FOR SALE We now ctfjr lor
sale one of the must attranive little F'arms in
the vicinity oi the city. It contains 36J acres of
laua in a highly improved condition as to soil, anc
which is a eo well improved as to buildings, having
on it a large wooden d welling and every needlul out
house, all in good rtpair. it is situated but one
mile lrom Richmond. ToLEK & COOK,
au 31 General A gents.
LIVKItI'OoL SALT.—4OO ate us, tor sale
from the wnail' by
se 4 DAVENPORT, ALLF.N A- CO.
Blttkk. —-'i tirmus superior Goihen cutter,
for sale by
se 4 CHAS T- vVORTHAM & CO.
(lOFFKh.- 100 liags Rio Cotiee; 100 do L.a
--) guayra do, in store and lor sale by
se 4 CHAS. T. WOKI'HAM &. CO.
SJL'tiiAU.— 5-hhds Cuoa 50 ao New Or
-5 leans d for sale oy
se 4 CHAS. T. VVORTHAM A CO
OOLtfNi. lii.AlK TKA.—
0 A lr<ssh supply of this really ■ xcelleitt 'lea, at
only 50 ctsper found. HL'LSI' ic KING,
se 1 Frank'.in st, opposite Old Mai ket
fpO>QUA BKANS*—SOU pounds very supeiior
1 Tonqua Beans, just received and lor sale in lots
to suit purchasers, by
se 1 JOHN A. ROBINSON.
.XT KiV FAMILY FLOL 1t,—200 ools Bragg'*
11 famili Flour, tor »aic by
1 JOHN A.ROBINSON.
>)i| JiAUKbLA AtV* ii.iOlMA Af-
OU PLE BKANuY.jus. received, f>r raleby
au 30 L- D CRF.fi.SHAW 6l CO
LUKs'l' NIiVY »*t: have ju»l
I opened our brat lot of ntrw Pickles for the sea
ton, selling at the old price— 37$ per gaiiou.
iiUusl'dt K;NO.
se3 Franklin »t, opoo«ite old Market.
WANTtO-A »vline or uoloieQ M,'i«oc., rur
one who can come well recommended a liberal
price will be given. Apply at -.5 Broad street.
au3l
SUiaAU.— New Orleans, Portj Rico, aud Uuos,
in store, for sale ny
ae 3 WIL! IAM* A BKO.
C' LIIA i»IOI.A»SbS.—.4 uca* just IcGCl'.d,
J and tor sale by
SB3 WILLIAMS ♦ RHO
L liKi* tUoto-AU- Htilitu, ai 11 Cm ol s.uped
•TV Irish Linen sacka, Just the ioea tor uhmo But
days, with many oiher co.fi nxsngs, at
I*lo V- » *»PEN<;K S Hi'. I#> *f«»n •»*•«V
A UUH-ULTUiUt LiJifc.-Jvo oo.s, lor
A*, aa • by
*a 3'J WSI EGGLE3TON.
IMM BLII
X John Lake's testimony, a yeatlaman aftea
slvely known, ihoagh upward* of «Uty 7 cam of
in mow enjoys tha health and aetivty of youth
be cheerfully recommends this «■Tmcture" to all
Many, by Ma charity, hart bee* re* to red to health
by it, aai in the city of Richmond, numbers will
testify it has eared them whea ail other remedies
hare failed; bat its feme has meed through the
(Juion, and every where the afflicted hail it aa the
wonderful discovery of the age.
The world never before saw such a mass of
home testimony given to any other medicine.
Poxtsmovth, July 9th. 1851
Mr. J. E. Boush—Dear Bir: I feel it a duty to
make known the benefit I have derived from Dr
HAMPTON d VEGETABLE TIMCTUnE. For a
number of years I have suffered from disease, bat
to a greater degree for the last three years—one of
the forms of mv disease was Dyspepsia. From this
dreadful malady I suffered to such an extent, thai
life was really a burden—the attack on me was dif
ferent to that on any o'her person of whom 1 have
heard, at times it was like the palpitation of the
heart— there was a constant thumping and beating
without intermission, about the region of the heart,
chest and stomach—aume of the attacks would last
for weeks—my stomach was much distended, with
constant pain, great weakoess and constipation of
the bowels. I could not eat the most simple food
without pain. I also suffered greatly from disease
of the kidneys, with constant pain m the back, so
that I could walk only with great difficulty—l tried
nearly all the most popular patent medicines ot the
day, but found no relief. 1 had also the best medi
cal attendance —one of my physicians frankly told
me it was no use for me to be paying him for advice
as he could domenogoed. i gave up almost in des
pair and thought my disease certainly incurable.
At this juncture 1 heard of tlamptoa'a Vege.
table Tlnctare. i refused to give it a trial, al
though persuaded t>y my friends, until my son pur
chafed a tew battles and requested me to try it—
Aiter taking it a few times, it had a most nappy
effect upon me—my confidence increased, and aiter
taking three bottles, my Dyspepsia, or disease of
the stomach, was nearly if not entirely cured. I
new feel myself a ni w man, and in better health
than for years. lam certain that the cure in my
case was made by this Hamptoi/s Vegetable Tinc
ture alone. Since my cure, 1 have recommended
the 'i incture to a number of my friends, who have
alao been relieved by it. Some of the cures have
been made ts rapid and equally wonderful as mine,
I present my respects to Messrs. Mortimer Si
Mowbray, the proprietors uf this valuable Meaicine,
and say tu them its value is above price, and from
my cure and what 1 have seen ot the effects upon
otners, i shall ever feel it my duty to recommend
it to the sudering. 1 have no doubt many valuable
lives will oe prolonged by its use i hope tbs af
flicted will cast asioe their prejudices and give it s
bur t rial. Yours most respectful!},
JOHN LUKE.
REV. VERNON ESKRIDGE, U. 8. N.
Pobtsmocth, Va., Aug. J 8,1851.
Mr J. E Bough—lJear Sir : While 1 am in gene
ral opposed to P utent Medicines, candor compel*
tne to state that 1 have great contidence in the vir
tues of Hampitn's Vegetable Tincture. For several
months past 1 have used it in my family, and in
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, dizziness, and general
debility, with entire success. So far as my expe
rience extends, therefore, 1 take pleasure in recom
mending it to the atHicted as a sale and efficient re
medy. lam, respectfully,yours,
VEKNON ESKRIDGE,
Chaplain U. S. Navy.
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy its
mild actiou on the Stomach, Liver and the Kid
neys, will cure Dyspepsia, Cough, Asthma, Bron
cniai and Lung Affections, Pains in the Back, Hide
and Breast, Consumption, Scrotula Khecmatism,
Gout, Neuralgia, Fistula, Piles, Bowel Complaints,
Worms, Nervous Debility, with ail diseases arising
from impure blood, and is the greatest female Me
dicine ever known.
Call on those having this worderful article for
sale and get pamphlets gratia, and read certificates
liom the best men In the country.
Fur Cholera Morbus, Cholic, Diarrhoea, and all
diseases incident to the bowels in the summer lea
son, it has no equal.
For sale by O. A. STKECKER, Main street, Rich
mond ; G. B. JONES &. CO., Petersburg, Va;Df.
COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER &. MOW
BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggist* generally,
jy *29
MLiiDi-.it WILijL OL'i'.—it has long been
an acknowledged fact, that the first " good
Ready-Made" Clothing ever brought to the Rich"
mond market, was brought by me old house uf
Keen & Co, now Keen, Chile* & Baldwin. At that
lime the clothing tiada was in the bands of small
dealers, who we>e not so situated as to make up a
stock of goods in got.d style. Now, the best cloth
ing sold, is sold ready made. If you goto the pro
per place to buy, No 102 is that place ; and as the
stock on hand is much too large tor the season, and
the amount of cash much too small, great bargains
may be had Come with cash in hand, to
au 2 KEEN, CHILES &. BALDWIN.
i^OTICB.— K. K. DUVAL having this day la-
Li ken bis brother, J. P. DUVAL, into co part
nership, the business will in future be conducted
by It. li. Duval «fc Brother, at the old stand,
under the American Hotel. We are now receiving
a fresh supply of lJruge, Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c
&c., and hope, by strict personal attention, to merit
a portion ot public patronage. R. R. DUVAL,
J. P. DUVAL.
Richmond, July Ist, 1852. jy 1
Dit. KOSJU'S COMPOUND VLUID EX
TRACT OF BUCHU, for all Diseases ot the
Kidneys and Bladder ; also' a specific for Gout.
This is decidedly one of the best remedies ever
uatd for diseases of the kidneya, bladder, See, and
also for gouty affections ; always highly recom
mended by the late Dr Physick, and many of the
most distinguished medical m n abroad. For sale
hy BENNETT & BEERS,
au -3 125 Main street.
I4MNK Ctl.AKfH.—We have now in store and
X for sale, a very large stock of liavauua
and Principe Cigars, of the best brands. Those
wanting a good Cigar can tind it at
PURCELu, LADD St CO'B,
au 21 Druggists. »i ain st
liEST ilAiit U V iift.—i'oaiuii a Chug
ic Dye is one of the best; it colors the hair
and whuaers the moment it is applied, a beautltui
and natural looking brown or black—as may be de
sired.
The Trlcobaph has been long before the public,
and is too well and favorably known to need com
ment. These, together witn other Hair Dyes, are
for sale by PURCEI.L, LADD & CO-,
au 21 Drueirists, 9-J Main st.
'JMIIS Suit.* we "FTTi. IMI-Jbil)
A STATES HANK, Washington, D. C., will be
redeemed by is-i in Virginia money.
WM. N TINBLEY.
au 2 3m
PASH WANTED AT THE LARGE
CLOTHING EMPORIUM OF J. D. GOOD
MAN, No. 134 Main street, opposite Eagle Square,
lu order to make ample room for Fall Stock, and
to change into Caah such goods as will be desd
capital at tne expiration ol six weeks, all Summer
Goods will be sold without regard to prorit. Au early
call is respectfully solicited,
au 16 | n n m., 114
V'PEA U PACKI NO.— Landiug trom Juliette
O a good supply ot % and } inch Rubber;
and in store every sue ot do. and Heinp Steam
Packing, for sale by
WILLIAMS <fc BROTHER,
Agmta for manufacturers,
aa •*' Corner Cary and Pearl streets.
BACO.N & BASKKttVfLL. lor s.le~~
140 hbds Porto Rico 1
lti7 do New Orleans
130 half boxts Loaf Sugar,
43 bbls Crushed aud Powered j
117 bbls Coffee aud Clardied J
51 a bags Rio )
434 do Lagaira
ei do Cape Coflce.
87 do Java
30 do Costa Rica St Mc?h« j
i 25 bbls New Orleans Molasses
45 bhds Porto Kico do
50 bbls Sugar House Syrup. au 17
IyKVV VtlitK LIFE INSURANCE COM
i.™ I'ANY —The Agent of this Company respect
tu.ly soiiciu a call I rom a! disposed to lay up a lund
for the widow and orphan. Tne business of this
Cowpat y continues to be very prosperous
lu accumulated cap tal on the l*t instant was
Ssiß.dOO, principally invested in New York and
Lulled States Stocus. Total number of Policies
U4Ued upto that time was 9,761. Dividends made
annually on all Lite Policies in the shape of slock
beaiin* interest 6 per cent Dividends heretofore
h<vealways averaged frcm 40 to 5u per cent. For
ail other information call at No SO3, Mam street,
square above tue Bank*.
BU a CHA3. WOItTHAM. A K ent.
tt boxes Lemons, is
p,irne order, just received per Roanoke.
lor sale by ANTONIO fiZZiNI,
>u 13 48 Main street, and-r Citf Hot-l
OUKAU, UOLL-, BlsClilT, CttACK
bf srs, «ic, made of the ehnieest brands of new
Flour, (or sals by WM. FALCONER.
»<»80 171 Main street
I College efSSS^^
. IT) oflara hU tor*.
K * JT"
sJiteaiSStSHSSSU
Rev Re.Rvland, A. O. Worthamß n
F. Butler, E#q, Richmond ' D - W«'
Professor 0. A. Usrris Prnfn»™ «rv -
Professor W. R. Handy, Pro* CO ®°H
ter N'.ble T) D 8.. Rahlmor? OC «*««dL?
(TMHK«te) Deatla»-prsc»hteii J L Ma -
U^T3Mjiß4 .t7 b . TiD *
. duced prices, desire/, *»■
known to every person, that he will . !? fc *ks
manent the I blowing charges for bis w^* tteper *
EE"? tb,, r
ed better thsn under bis oast e*r,,kw P er " n «-
How sol Because he and *»-
full exercise, and make more
Extract tooth. 85 ets; fill wiTiii.
etr, with gold. 73 cts; Pivot Txth
script!on of risks on as reasonabfc
rimflar coropanv, and *■»
losses promptly and liberally adjusted 40
JoHW H. BoßH«if3^reu?v. Hf:& ' Prei^® 1 -
Coach-making establishment, on LonZrH
between Main and Cary, (i3th sad Uth li
near the Columbian Hotel, Coachea
Barouches, Buggies, with and without
Sulkies, all of Ens own make, of the best n.»>'
and workmanship. All of «hkh
as good work of the kind can be in th? e£ T
Richmond; and Irespectfully ask a call fromft
in want of any article in the Carriage?°«
determined to make to order and
prices possible; and all work
"SS-dfc MICAJAH mangur^'
|T1 IMPORTANT NOTICE Tn Z
JUfcHAT AND BOOT WEARkRS— The t
cheapest place in the city to buv is at J H ■
ANTHONY'S, where
Silk (R y " re * t ® 3 50 - Kcood quality S3
Fine Calf-skin Sewed Boots «
Patent Leather Congress Boots" a 2?
Patent Leather OxtordTies 2
Patent Leather Monterey Boots.".*.""". 3 .«
Together with an assortment of'f'auaa.* I«
horn and soft Hats, Umbrellas, &c. *
mh gO COLUMBIAN HoTEL.
■BEpiNAtiH & WOODHOUSKarecon-
H § 1 P'tantly receiving supplies of Pi„ o
li mj| h Fories from three ot too best maau
factunes in America. The character of the inatru
ments which they offer is established, and pur
chasers may safely rely upon getting a good article
They turnish them at northern prices, and a 'arm
assortment may be found, varying from the lowest
priced good instrument made,to the most eleaani
and costly. s
Also, for sale, beautiful and sweet toned Guitars
of Martin's make. '
AU of which may be seen at their Book and Piano
Forte Warehouse, 139 Main street, Lagle Square.
ADIE dc GRAY, DRUGGISTS, 147
Main Street, have in store, and are recel»«
ing, large additions to their stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Surgeon*' Instruments,
Pnints, Oils, Dyes, Window Glass and
Fancy Articles, which they offer for sale on the
most favorable terms to cash and punctual dealers
Win CROCKEKY, CHINA AND
GLASS WARE-R. L. HICKSON, 218
map Broad street.—Dinner and Tea Sets, Look
ing Glasses, Chamber Sets, Decanters, Gob
lets, Tumblers, largo giltar.d decorated China Cups
and Saucers, with mottoes, a large supply of e.e
gaot Bohemian Cut Glass Toilette Bottles, Castors,
iStc, ic, all of which he will sell very low for cash,
au 21
OBisKT t . HttOAUDLfs utters lus servi
ces to the citizens of Richmond and the public
generally aa a general Collector of Claims. He
pledges himself to attend strictly to all business en
trusted to his care. His office is in the rear ot Mr
James R. Sutton's office, in Law Building, Rich
mond. Va. mv 4—6 m"
wunn; scijfttuu. A .■> u
' OTHER MINERAL WATKRS-Webavejust
received a supply sf White Sulphur Water, from
the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs.
Fresh Blue Lick Water, direct from the Blua
Lick Springs in Kentucky.
Saratoga Water, from the Congrru Spring, Sara
toga.
Oak Orchard Acid Mineral Water, from the Oak
Orchard Acid Mineral Springs, Geaessee county,
New York.
This water is highly recommended by medical
men, and is coming rapidly into use for various dis
eases, such as chronic affections of the digestifs
and urinary organs, and some ot the cutaneous dis
eases, chronic dyspepsia, chronic diarrhoea, chroma
dysentery, chronic dinresis, ctironic cystids, dia
betes, in cases of low typhoid fevers, in cobvsles
cenee from protracted fevers, to excite the appehta
and promote digestion, piles, dropsy, &c
Ordinary dose for an adult, a wine glass full, di
luted, taken three times a day.
Pampnlets embracing its analysis, by Professor
Silliman, opinions of medical writers, and various
letters as to its curative properties in certa.n dis
eases, furnished gratuitously oy
ADIE & GRAY,
je2l S-le AgPtits for the State of Virewit.
'pills. it! lii-.lts !i«*e associated
A themselves for the purpose et conducting 10
this city, a Tobacco and lieneral Commis
si on Business, uailer the Firm of KKNhEI'T It
DUDLEY, and respectfully solicit your patr-iiiaije.
Our business will be exclusively a Com~.'ieiua
business; and an experience ol twenty yes.-soy
our senior partner, in active Mercantile ill ' '3 tE; *
city, and a determination on the part of both, to
promote the Interest* ot our friends, will, we bJ P*j
secuie to us a liberal support. We are prepared
to make the usual Advance on in
hand, and to purchase Produce, 4tc ,on the cus
tomary terms. We will occupy the large sn«
commodious Warehouse, No 14 Public Landing-
JNO. KENNKrr,
JNO. W. DUDLRY.
Refer to Jas. Warwick, Esq.; Js*. Thomas, U-*
Esq; Messrs Thomas dt Sam'l Hsrdgrove, W"
Sutton & Winston. , , ,
Cincinnati. April 12th. 1852. 1* l*- 3m -
WttIVATE f KACTiCE.—Ur PLIME «
1 CO. may be consulted, con.identially, l" r "*■
treatment of the following diseases: Eruptions,
Sore Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, or en
largements, Syphilis, and all morbid discharges,
whether recent or chronic. Also, all those cuin
plaints termed female diseases. The
invite attention to their chemical extract ol « »<•
Flowers, which may be regarded as the very Des
article known, to give tone and vigor to certain
abused aud debilitated organs, as well as to reno»«»
a system shattered by dissipation or
Medicines securely put up, with lull directions,
ana sent to order. Post paid letters proaipt.j«■
tended to. Office on Franklin street, bel*>* ""
change Hotel, and lira! door below Trinity churea.
Ricnmoad, Virginis -
WPItES fUH PICHLi.NU,
0 ING, 4,c —Mace, Cloves, Nutmeg*
Cinnamon, Allspice, Race Giuger, wwte af
Black Pepper, White do
L ing do, Cayenne do
liiocx and wbite Muttard Seed
Turmeric, Ceiery Seed, Sweet Oil
For sale low by WM. M. DADE.
Chemist and Ap-Jth'cary,
au 27 Main street, near Old Matk>-t-_
/ CXOTIIIMU. Selling H
vy duerd pricea. „ ~. u .
S. MERCHANT St WEISIGER,
have still on hand a *ood assortment ol Cow *
every quality and stye, whish taey w "' *' h '. r
very small advance, as they wish 10
stock. Call and supply y «r,eJves lp' "J* ...
ney S. MKHCUANf fc WHalOtH,
iuM No I la Maia «t
IINK '40. ISJ*.— tfo» *•*
1 York.
Plain Swiss Muslins
Dotted do do
Cheesed and plaid Swiss Muslims
Colored Sprig and Dotted do
Jacuuet Cambrics
Tape Che k Muslins
Furniture Dimity, very cheap ..
And • Tariety of otksr dsslraWe^
j«25 Me* Store, © Msi«

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