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THE DAILY DISPATCH.
or To AOV KKTlHKHM.—Theoircnlattoß of the Dumtcii is thui Tina aa large aa tint of any Daily paper In the c.ty of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to nay other aa a ■sdfnm of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i M—day Mwalag, Henwlwae, im JBT Persons abroad from the city Mt have the Dispatch aent to them for any period of time they wall foiMtto or ®er* paying the PoMTtCAL.—The political contest, in the political journals, ia waxing very warm, and those journals ate filled, for the most part,with erticltie relating to politic*. The editor of the Fannville Journal aaya be should be una ble to five bis readers aoy news if it were not for the Dispatch and one or two other papers; which are not filled with politics. Botb parties appear equally confident of sue* cess. The last Alexandria Gazette says: We Stain assure the Whigs that the intelligence received daily from all quarters of the country, eon t nue to be highly favorable to tbe prospects of Scott and Graham. The account by letter* and newspapers agree, that tbe more Gen. Scott's life and services are considered the more the people are entitled in his behalf. The bolting of two or three politicians, is act regarded by, and doea not influence in the slightest degree, the mssees. On the other hand, the Macon (Ga.) Tele graph says : The Democracy throughout the whole country are harmoniously united. There cannot be a doubt of (be result of the contest. The Democratic partv are in the ascendant, as shown by the elections dur ing the last yetr, in at least2s out of the3l states; and accessions from the Wbig to the Democratic ranks are constantly swelling the ranks of the lat ter. The days of Wbisgery will be numbered on the first Tuesdsy ot November next. Route from the South to Baltimore.— Very active efforts are making by the "Bay Line" between Baltimore and the South to se cure the travel. A splendid uew steamboat called the "North Carolina" has recently been placed on the line between Baltimore and Nor folk—the hour of leaving Baltimore has been lately changed from the evening to morning, to forra a more perfect connection with the N. York and Philadelphia lines—and we notice in the Charleston and other Southern papers fre quent "puffs"' in favor of the route from W'eldon via Norfolk to Baltimore, as contrasted with the route by Richmond, &c. Our rail-road com panies will of course keep advised of these ef* forts to divert the travel from their roads and be prepared to keep even with their opponents in the race. We wish both lines success, while we are anxious that our interesting city shall be visited by as many strangers as possible. Demand fcr Guano.—We alluded, a few dayß ago, to the great demand in this city for guano, this season. The Alexandria Gazette states that a similar demand exists in that city and also in Baltimore; and that in conse quence, the price has recently advanced con siderably in both cities. The supply, enor» rnous as it is, is not eqnal to the demand. An enterprise in Agriculture (the great interest of the country) is awakened in Virginia, which with her naturally fine soil and climate, must soon place her upon the most prosperous ground. They that soweth will reap. The ra pid increase of the value of her lands, already shows the success of her newly-awakened en terprise. Thomas R. Love, Esq., sold a farm of 211 acres, a few days ago, near Fairfax C. H., for $25 per acre, which five years ago would not have brought more than half that sum. It was purchased by a Mr. Pryn, of Montgomery county, New-York. A letter to the Editor of the Richmond Examiner says: Much has beeu said of the "«eir» out lands of Eastern Virginia." 1 have just seen a sample of 210 bushels ot Wheat, reieed on one of those same "Old field!" by Rev. Samuel Taylor, of Chester field. He sowrd ten acres—one bushel to the acre —and the writer will venture to sny, that r.o State in the Union can produce a better quality of Wheat, weighing 63 lbs. 7oz per bushel The only fertili ser Be used was lUO 1&b. Guano to the acre. We shall be glad to hear from any of cur farmers who sin boast a better yield. Orange and Alexandria Rail-Road.— This road is now completed to the Rappahan nock River, a distance of 50 miles from Aiex» andria, and the Gazette states that it has open ed a new trade to that city. Already flour is arriving from mills on the Rappahannock ri ver. Some of tiie members of the Board of Public Works, acconpanied by the corporate authorities of Alexandria, Yiewed the road, as far as completed, on Friday last. A Narrow Escape.—lt is stated that as the U. S. mail steamer Franklin, from Havre to New York, was passing through Cowes Roads, on getting abreast of the Royal Yacht schooner Constance, she fired two guns, ac cording to custom, the wad ot one of which passed directly over the head of the Marquis of Conyngham, who, with his son and daugh ters, was on deck. Had they been standing, fatal consequences would most probably have ensued. The Washington National Monument.— Mr. R. Wall, of Baton Rouge, La., has recent ly voluntarily collected $280 for this monu> ment ; and the citizens of Augusta, Ga., have contributed $425 for the same purpose, of which sum $63 80 was collected in the M. E. Church. $33 58 in the Baptist Church, and $7 50 in the Christian Church, on the Fourth of July. New Books.—We return our thanks to Mr. Thomas H. Gregham for copies of Godey's Lady's Book, and Arthur's Home Magazine' for October. The former is, as usual, full of varied ami interesting matter, accompanied with several line and well executed engra vings. The latter is a new work, this being the first number. From a perusal ofit weconsider it "a book as is a book." They a;e for sale at the Literary Depot, to9j Broad street. The Iron Trade.—The recent rise in the price of iron, in England, has already had an effect on the manufacture in the U. States. The improvement since the opening of the year is estimated by the iron masters at the North to be equal to3o per cent. The price in Europe was depressed, some time since, by embarrassment among the rail-road companies. Pastures, Piety ahv Politics.—A warm Democrat of Akron, iOhio, writing to a Phila delphian on business, says ; :_i *?. h «W»y«° «y that we had a good hay °°w 'k® P n,ture » we all dried ** .** ¥» #«*yer of <ne righteous availeth s£vgrass£r i> " - <•■ Indian Interview.—On Thursday lut, the •is Seminole Indian* who recently arrived in Washington, bad quite a long interview with CoaraissiooerLe*. The Coimuiaaiaaar, alter ibe usual congratulationa.invited Billy Bowlegs to apeak, which Billy declined to do thes, ae he had a bad cold, and wished mora time. He said, however, that he eame there to understand all about the treaties, for the men who made them, were dead, and he had been unable to find out the truth. The Commiaaioner then delivered to the Indians a long address, in which he laid before them, clearly and expli citly, the nature of the treaty of 1832. In con clusion, he said that the whole matter was this: The treaty of 1832 binds the Seminoles to remove, and, if they do so, all will be well with tbem; if they do not, nothing but difficulty (rouble, and danger await tbem. Gen. Blake had been aent to tbem to aay this, and no doubt he had done it. If any body advised them contrary to what the Commissioner had now said, he had told an untruth; and if they did not believe the Commissioner now, they very soon would. The Commissioner then invited Billy Bow legs to reply when he was in better health, and bad time to consider. This he promised to do. The Indians subsequently visited General Jesup, the General having known Billy Bow legs and one or two of his companions in Florida. They seemed pleased with the re cognition, and answered sundry little ques tions, as to their past health, die. To one question casually put by Gen. Jesup, "are you going to the country West?" Billy Bow legs, though previously conversing in English, suddenly stopped, and referred to Abraham to give the reply, which was, "J do not know yet." This conversation was not renewed, and the Indians soon left. The Impboted Order of Red Men.— The Great Council of this order closed its session in Baltimore last Thursday evening.— During the session much business wag transa acted of interest to the Order. The greatest harmony,and best good feeling existed, each member striving with the others tor the gene ral advancement of the ?ood, and success of the principles ol the order. The attendance was larger than on any previous occasion, sev eral new States being represented. The Or der is rapidly extending itself throughout the country, and has eniered a new field—the West— within the past year, where its in crease bids fair to excel any other section. Fatal Railroad Accident.—We have already noticed a collision which took place on the Erie Railroad last night.— Later accounts state that the accommodation train running east, was just starting from the depot, near a minute before its time, when it was run into by a freight train, which was said to be running by telegraph, off its regular time. The locomotive ploughed its way through the passenger car o< the accommodation train near sons, including passengers and hands on that its entire length, and of the 11 or 12 per~ car, no one escaped unhurt. Five died soon after the accident. The scene, us described by the inhabitants, who heard the screams and cries of the scalding passengers, was heart rending beyond degree. All the persons not killed by the concussion, were scalded by the escaping steam from the locomotive. The skins of several hands, with the nails on, were picked up. The Warrenton Whig states that on Tuesday night, a negro man, one of the ser vants at the Springs, was murdered by two overseers, by the names of Curtis and Butler, and thrown into the river. The negro was fishing at the river, when he was attacked and killed, and thrown in. Curtis and Butler have confessed having murdered the negro, without any provocation. Curtis was the overseer of Mr. R. E. Scott, and But'er the overseer of the Springs Company. It is supposed that they were both drunk. Great Fire.—A great fire occurred at Ra venna, Ohio, on the morning of the 15th in« stant, which burned down twelve stores and several private dwellings, but little of the con tents being saved, so rapid was the epread of the flames. The loss is estimated at from $40,- 000 to $60,000 in buildings alone, the insur ance on which is partial. £3** The hull of the steamer Caspian, late ly wrecked at Cleveland, has been raised and found beaten to pieces by the rocks. Her en gine only has buen saved. ty The steamship Pacific, which arrived at New York Saturday evening, made the pas sage in a little over ten days—the shortest trip this year. The Japan Expedition. —Commodore Per ry_ is now in Washington, *nd arrangements, it is said, are to be made for the speedy depar ture of the Expedition to Japan. The repairs of the Mississippi, and the completion of the repairs of the Princeton are alone waited for. 'I he tull complement of seamen will be made up. A Heavy Loss of California Coupons. A lew days ago a tin box, containing $21,000 in San Francisco city ten per cent bonds, with coupons attached, belonging to H.J. Street, was lost from on board the steamer Passaic, foot of Barclay street, New York. Mr. James Bergen died on board the Win» field Scott, on her last passage to San Fran cisco. Mr. Bergen was one of the Americans who was arrested in iieland during the trou bles of the Young Ireland party. A Puff for Graham's Magazine.—A Tex as paper, in annouucitig the VV tug nomination lor Vice Piesitlent, says:—Mr. Graham is well known to the political and literary world, more especially to the literary, as having tor some >eurs back been engaged in publishing ham's Magazine, which, as a literary work stands uneqnalled in America." Mrs. Sinclair, accompanied by her sister came passenger in the Niagara, which arrived at Boston on lhurst'av. M r . Vandenhoff at so came passenger. The European Times says ; Mr. Geo. Vandenboff has purchased his sister s beautiful |il«y of' Woman's Heart' for performance is the United States, where h'e will personate the paint»r sod sculptor An- Mr "* C * blind girl, Convicted.—Major Howes, who made the murderous assault ou Miss Buck, a school mistress at Mi Kurd, Conn., some months since because she would not marry him, has been' con vie tc dof an intent to commit murder. The penalty lor the offence is imprisonment for ten yaara or upwards, at the discretion of the coart. LOCAL MATTERS. Htrtrwa* Corn*.—This court wu occapUd Saturday In coottnain( eaae* over to the §ext term, and transacting civil business. The monthly term then closed. The court made an order calling upon the City Council to make an appropriation for the pnrpo** of suitably accommodating lawyer* and pracdaoners. At preeent they have on* single •eat, out of which they are liable, daring an inter esting trial, to be jostled every moment. They often find the sear, too, occupied with persons who have no bosine** there, and yet refuse to leave. The complaint in this respect 1* one of long stand lag. and a just one. We think it far more wise, ne cessary and economleai to improve the interior of this building than to paint the exterior a* proposed at the last meeting of the Council. Suitable pro vision should be made for the seating of lawyers, and a partition erected to keep oS the crowd. Tie Mayor's office is another evidence ot the necessity of reform in the interior of the City Hall. The aug mented and augmenting business of this court ren ders it absolutely necessary that an office of larger dimensions should be secured. One, too, most cleanly and comfortable, and that would reflect aome respectability upon bis Honor, and not wear the appearance or give forth the odor of a cell in the •age. Political Discussion.—There was a very large gathering of the Whigs and Democrats of Union and Church Hills, at Springfield Hall, on Friday evening, for the purpose of listening to a political discussion. Tht» speakers were John B Young, Democrat, and Charles Carter Lee, Whig. The discuscion was conducted for upwards of three hours in a most admirable sp'rit. Personalities were strictly excluded, and a fair and liberal presenta tion of the principles of both parties was given.— Partisan tirades, inuendoesand misrepresentations only tend to disgust the minds of honest, intelli gent, and upright voters. The Democrats had a meeting at Schutee'a Hall, Broad street, Saturday evening. Messrs John S. Caskie, Lucien D. Staike, Isaac R. Watkics, W. A. Cocke, and R G. Scott, were the speakers on the occasion. Stealing a Gold Bracelet Ella, a slave to Mrs Mary Thompson, was brought before Justice Glazebrook on Saturday, charged with stealing a gold bracelet from the arm of a 11; tie girl, daughter of Mr. L. Murray, on Friday afternoon last. Ella declared positively that she found the bracelet, but the nurse of the little girl testified clearly to the fact that she missed the bracelet immediately after leaving Ella, who was in compapy with her a short time on Friday. Eila was, therefore, ordered 20 lathe*. Tkespasjinq.—Albert Brown, a slave, has been found repeatedly upon the premises of Mr. Win ston, and warned off. Friday evening, the watch caught him, and he was ordered Saturday 39 lashes. Stealing Goods.—A pedlar named Charles W*lner wa* brougat before the Presiding Justice on Saturday, charged with stealing thirty dollais worth of goods trom another pedlar, a woman, named Mrs. White, some days since. Walner de posited the goods with a Mr. Morgan, in Manches ter, where they were found. The case was con tinued until Wednesday next for further examina tion, necessary witnesses being absent. Washington.—Nash &. Woodhouse have for sale a beautifully executed engraving of the head of WathingtOD. Godsy and Grahax for Octobeb.—Mr. L, L* Smith, opposite the American Hotel, sent us Sat urday, Graham's Magazine and Godey'a Lady's Book, for October. Suspicious.—Albert Brown, slave to Dickenson St Sizer, and hired to Mr. Taylor, was arrested Fri day evening while walking the streets with a axe on his shoulder He stated that be was taking it to get ground. Upon searching him, a new pair of children's thoe* were found in his possession. On Saturday there being no proof against him of hav ing either stolen the axe or the shoes, the negro was discharged. Fined—Thomas Sampson was fined SI and costs on Saturday, tor riding a horse on the pave ment of 6th stieet, between Canal and Broad str«ets. Dismissed.—John Harnest, a halfwitted orphan German boy, was biought before Justice G on Sat urday, charged with staling a whip vaiued at 25 cents, from John Van Beuren. It was proven that Van Bturen flogged the boy with the whip, and that seeing the whip on the ground, Harnesl picked it up, though without any intention of stealing it— Tue complaint was dismissed. * Fibb.—There was an alarm of fire about 4 o'- clock, yesteiday morning, occasioned by the burn ing of a stable, belonging to Mr. Jesse Williams and located on Adams street, between Marshall and Clay streets. Loss about S2OO, which was covered, we understand, by insurance. The work of an in cendiary. Runaway.—Officer Yarrington, Saturday, made capture of a young runaway named William, hired to Wm. Antoine, confectioner on Main street, and belonging to Mt Edwards, of Piince Edward coun ty. He was returned to his master on payment of the regular fee. iUAJttHIED, At Irasburg, Vt, on th- 7tn inst, by the Rev. A. G. Burrage, Mr L. S. SQUIRES, of this city, to Miss LOUISA H. PARSONS, of the former place. * iNOT TO BE SURPASSED.-The assortment of Newspapers, lUagn lines, Cheap Publications, song Booka, Toy Books, frims, Frames, Stationery, See, always on hand at the Caeap Publication Depot, opposite the American Hu'el—is not to be surpassed by auy in the city. Call and sea for yourselves. L. L, SMITH. Agent for all the Northern Daily and se 20—6t Weekly Newspapers. gf — UK. iiOUUbV having re turned to Richmond, m#y be found;at his reaidence, en corner ot Broad and llih streets, opposite City Hall. »e 17—1 w THE STOCK OF BOOKS NOW «wvj& being rectived at WEST ic BROS, is the largest and best select* d ever offered to the Richmond public. Every vaiiety of Architectural, Agricultural, Medical, Scientific, Law, and School Books, cheap publications, Blank K >oks, Paper and Stationery can tie had ot them at »ne lowest rates. Teaebeia and cuun.iy merchants will *ind bettar bargains than ever,at tne Exchango Bookstore,, se 16 TII t i£XJ*i£KSS arrives and leaves dßily, by Mall Trains, always in charge of trusty Agents. This mode of receiving or lot warding goous ol whatever description, com bines economy, and what is of greater importance, Speed. Our wajjon will call tor good* to go away, ana deliver everything Without extra charge. ADAMS & CO'S Office No. 5, Fourteenth Street, se 10 Near tae Post Ottice. W. A. POWELL, ARCHITECT ANU CtViL KMUINKEK, office 2 dooi* from Main, on 12th street, u|ivwi!« the Jame* River and Kanawha Company's Ottice, Rienmoaa, V a N. B.—Ail pruie*»ional business promptly attend ed to. an Hl—is JOB PKlNTlNUl—Merchants and others desiring Circular*, Cards, 61c., will itadU to their interest to call at C H WYNN'S Office, two doors ttelow Exchange Bank. Ue ha* added another Power Pre** to w* esudjli*tmeut, tin retir eiwniig increased facilities. Satis taction, a* ta Werk and Prices, guaranteed. Remem ber, Urotmd Fleer, two doors below Exchacg* *»«*• auM—laa V-Sftk HAWKS t. WtTOK, MOTAKT BCb FUBLIC-PirtMir attention ptUlto writing DEEDS ta*nu»»*» Of fr».7n the Law Bulldin*, Richmond. V» my 9 frAOtgBREOTVf^g. Secure the shadow ere the substance fade, Let nature copy that which natere made; Think not the*e Portrait*, by the *nn light made, Shade* though they are, wifl, like a shadow, fade. Mo: When the lip of fe*h in do* shall He, When death's gray film spread* o'er the beaming JlonSon'" lifelike Picture*,mocking at decay, Will *tiU be fresh and vivid as to-day. K, Gallery i* open from win-rise to sun set, over Rlddick A Benson s store, No 110 Main street, whera I aha 1 ! be plee*ed to *ce visitors, to examine sped mens, whether they wish picture* or not. For por traits of adults by my patent process and Improved lustrumentt, only one dollar. A cloudy day is qaite as Uroraslo a* dear weather * F E. MOULSON, •B 18 No 110 Main atreei- ry To the Voter* of the City of Rich mond. —Whig* and Democrat*, call at Messrs. Ben nett & Beer*, ft. R. Duval at Bro, or at Messrs. Sea brook &■ Reeve, Broad street. or under American Hotel, and get a bottle of thecelebrated Fletcher >m Hair Tonic, manufactured by John Johnion It will impart a richness to the hair, clean the head of dandruff, and preserve that peculiar healthiness In the head that is not only the wonder of the age, but •he commendation of all who use it. It will really better tit t man to exercise all the dutiea of "every day life." ae 9 ty " Come, let ua Keaaon Together." LEI THE WHOLE AFFLICTED WORLD READ.— The Testimony of a Lady after Thirty eight Yean' Suffering.—Northampton Count*, April 13,1852. —Messrs. Tyler 61 Adair: I have been af flicted with Rheumatism, at times, from my twelfth year. I will be fiiiy ytars of age the 18th of'this mooth. The attacks were at times so severe as to render me helpless. I hare tried various remedies to very little effect Last October 1 weft attacked in my anouiders, sides, back and hips, 1 could ooi rest day or night; I could not move any part of my body without crying with pain. At tnis time 1 also ttied many remedies, internal and external, without re ceiving any relief. I was at last advised to try HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE. Before I bad taken one bottle of which 1 felt much better, and as 1 continued taking it, I felt strength coming into my back and limbs, ano my stomach strength ened and revived every way. 1 have taken live bot tles, and am much better than 1 ever expected to be. I intend to use it whenever 1 need it, and would recommend it to the afflicted, believing it unequal led. Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWELL. See advertisement i p another part of to day's pa per. Cail on O. A. STRECKER and get pamphlets gratis. se 17 dP The relaxing heats oi summer leave behind theiij a long train oi evils. The most universal ot these are general debility, and its sure attendant, lowness of spirits. For these we can recommend a speedy and uufailing cure, in the shape of Hoot laud's German Bitters, prepared by Dr C. M Jack son, Philadelphia. It is, in our opinion, a medicine sui generis—alone—unapproachable It seems to reacn the fountain bead of the difficulty in the diges tive organization, and thus to relieve the secretions and the blood of the maceries morbi, or the cause of disease. Its tonic prop, rues give vigor to the mem branes cf the stomach, and promote the secretion of the gaetric juice, which dissolves the faod, while its cordial, soothing, and alterative influence im parts general regularity and strength to th- action of the secretive organ* and seems to fortify the constitution. Such is our own experience of its effects, and we believe it is contii med by the evi dence of all who have tried it, or bad an opportuni ty of witnessing its ope rat'on. For saleby PUKCELL, LADD &. CO., Druggists, se 15— fit 92 Main St., corner 14th. Public 'i/aste Improved.—SlMONS Dttguerreatype* *re now aotiiired by all who see them; by evaic, for tne liebness of the coloiing, peculiar to tbem olone—some for the clearness and distinctness of the figure, enabling the spectator to seethcrrj in eoy light with the giealest ease—some for the streegtu of their light and shade, clearness of thf eyo, end the general artistical finish of the entire picture When it is known that we furnish such gi.ms to our patrens, is it wonderful thut our business is io rapidly increasing t Our assortment ot jewelry tor setting Daguerreotypes in, i* equal to any in the city. M. F. SIMONS, se 2 151 Main street, Eagle Square. ' Delicate Females and Infants wlil fina MAKER'S PREMIUM BITTERS a grand de sideratum in their efforts to restore health- These Bitters are pronounced by those who have used them one ot the finest tonics over discovered—for while they strengthen the system, purify the blood, correct the acidity ot the stomach, and promote healthful digestion; they alse dispel ennui, and add life, activity and energy to both body acd mind. Being preoared from purely vegetable aateiials, the proprietor confidt ntly recommends them to persons of all ages, sexes and conditions in life. Only 50 cents per bottle. To be had in Richmond at the Drug Store* o! PURCELL, LADD St CO., A. BODEKER, ADIE & GRAY, BENNETT S. BEERS, and GAYNOh Si. WOOD, Mam street; H. BLAIR, WM. P. LAl)I> and SEABROOK & REEVE, ShockoeHill, CHAS. MILLSPAUGH, and THOMAS & MCCARTHY. se 4 | ISP It was Discovered, about 20 years ago, in the county ot King and Queen, by a Phy sician, eminent in his prolession, tnat Asiatic Chol era, Cholera Morbus, Bilious Choiic, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Lock Jaw, and many other nervous ana spasmodic diseases of very dangerous character could be easily cured. Since that time he has proved that iact to hundreds of our fellow-citizens, and can prove it to at many as will try DUVAL'S FAMILY ANTI-SPASMODIC, the peoples'favorite Medicine. They can get it from PURCELL, LADD & CO., or any Druggist in the city. See advertise ment au 6—3tawts I3P" Once again tuuat we call attention to the platans voluuteetisi by the customers who patron ize tha Virginia Skylight Dagueirean Gallery, at No. 145 Main street, of which Mr. WM. A. PRATT is Proprietor. Says Mr. Fabiut Latvson: " Mr. Pratt has taken four Likenesses of me, all of which were not only satialactory to iut:, but have been said by all to be exact. The one to-day, being the lilth,is rather bet ter than tboso taken before." Says Mr. Hurley,of Prince Edward ; "Mr. Pratl is the cuiy artist that has evor taken a good Like nessof me, the eyes in particular." Stys Mr. J. A. Winston : " Mr. Pratt has this day taken tlin.e Pictures li me, which I think per lect as any 1 eter saw." Says Mr. Sawyei: "The five Likenesses taken of me by Mr Pratt to day 1 consider first rale." All the above are copies from the album of the Virginia Uuiiery, No. 145. Main street au 2 HTEAiMEU BiILViOEKE, FOR BALTIMORE AND PDILADELPHIA. The Belvidere, Captain Gilford, 2yyeieJ|Will receive freight Tu-UAY, at one o ciucn, f M, tor above places, and will continue to receive it up the hour of one o'clock PM, to morrow, Tuesday the 21st inst. ae 2'J—2t LUDLAM & WATSON UMTKU SiATis.es iUAtL UMi. STEAMSHIP ROANOKE. Leaves regularly every Tuesday Evening, at 4 o'clock. FOR NEW YOUK via NORFOLK. The elugaut side-wheel Steamship t Lewisi'aiish curamaudet, win iccuvd ireight TO-DAY. (Monday) the aOth, at 1 o'clock,P M, and will continue to receive it uu to the huur of 1 o'clock ¥ M, to-morrow, (luesday) the 21st inst, and no longer. Sne will leave at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, oi ihe same day—by which hour passengers will please ue on board. Passage to New York, including meals and fine Stateroom accommodations, only 610 Steerage passage onty 5 Passengers .ukiug this Ship for Norioi* will be charged tae same as by the river boats. Shipper* will oblige us by Lot sending any freight down until th( y ascertain if it can be taken, as the bulk of her cargo is already made up. This Ship leaves every Tuesday evening at lour o'clock se 20—2t LUDI.AM & WAWON. (jpffifcm POCKET BOOK LOST.-Lost, Saturday last, on Cary street, be |k|&olH ween Kockeits and 13tn street, a MOM NAIE, containing a check fur §40, drawn on a house in Ireland besides about 012 in notes, a *1 gold piece, and 50 cents iu silver. Five dollar* toward will be paid for it* delivery at tbi* office seao—3t* EDWARD REDDAN. onnn bakmbls mybbaulio ok. JdUUU MEN r, 8000 keg* Sporting and Blast in | Powder, 1000 sack* Oronnd Alum Salt, *sjo sacks fine do, 100 bbls Tanner*' Oil, 200 case* Gro-n and Black Ten*, 1000 package* Crushed, Powder ed, Loaf and Coffee Sugar*. 600 boxe* Window Gta**, IOuO bag* Java, Lapuyra, Rio and Maiicaibo Coffee, 100 boxe* Starch for sale by •*2O DAVENPORT, ALLEN A CO. 'pAtLUWr-S buia, tor mli by * MHO DAVmoRT, ALLEU 4 CO. NSW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. DIIIDIN 4fe VOX tow received by the D TMtou urMi their fall stock of M and Whiter Good*, embracing the Urgut and ma*t « • ii MLiimiuiiuitinßMiiif hinl. B—lMi mi ; lmil : ean fabrics m( exhibited by them. Among which Printed Eelaine* and Cashmere* English atd American do Plain, French and Knglish Merino* m J Plain French Delaine* and Challte* Plain and Figured Orea* Silks, very cheap Extra Brocade and Floancad do Jlan<i*omc Fliid Spun BHk* Plain Black Silka, large stock Mourning Good* in great variety i ISmall Plaid Mousline* and Cashmere* for chil dren Sleeve*, Collai* and Chemisette*, elegantly worked French Embroidered Skirt* Every variety of Frencn, Knglish and American Print* Manchf iter Bcotch and American Gingham* With a fall Mock of Cotton, Woollen and Linen Good* tor Meat', Bt»y*' and Servant*' wear, to all ol which they invite the attention of their town and country friend* and ihe public, aaauring them Good* at exceedingly low ptice*. *e 20— 3taw:iw 317 Broad Street. CUHFBTti, KUhft) dtc.—We respectfully t call the attention rf our friend* and the public to our rery cheap and handsome a**ortment of Brussels, Tap# atry, Three Ply and Ingrain CAR FETING, Printed Backing anu Rug*, juat received by BREEDfc-N & FOX, ■e 20—3taw3w 217 Broad atreet. jvotick.— j. a. Harrington, importer, i-* Manufacturer, and Whul»*sai« and Retail Deal sr in all Kinds of CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, and Fancy Articles, No. 184 Main, corner of 10th street, Richmond, Va. As bis stock is large and unsurpassable, he flatters himiMlf that be can sell as low and on as accommodating terms as any house in this or Northern cities; and hopes dealers will avail themselves of the opportunity of laying in a KhII Stock of Cigars, &c. U75,U00 Cigar* on hand, and are receiving by way of New Vor* 125,000 direct from Havana, ot fine quality and choice brands. Oraers thank fully received and promptly attended to. se 20—lw* SCHOOL. BOOK S—EXCHANGE BOOK STORE.— Every variety of good School Book* may ba found cheap in our Store. Speller*, Reading Books, Grammars, Geogra phies, Arithmetics, Chemistry, Philosophy, &c Sic. Slates, Copy Books, Ink, &c &c We inTite the attention of purchaser* either at wholesale or retail Pasteboard Cases of different sizes for holding Pamphlets Heads and Hearts, a new novel—soc Southern and South-western Scenes—37c Godey and Graham's Magazines for October GEO. M. WEST &. ISRO, se 20 Next to Post Office. AJJiW f ALL WOODS.—CHARLES HAKT -11 WELL &. CO., have now received their en tire stock of Fall and Winter Gry Goods, consisting of th» finest Dress Goods in market. Ricn plain, figured and Brocade Silkt; rich figured De Laines and Cashmeres, Satin, Cassimeres, and Embroid ered De Laines, Plaid Mouslins and Silk Gala Plaids, plain and figured black Silks, (very cheap ) French and English Meiinos and Cashmeres, low priced Mouslines in grebt variety, plain and figured, black and colored Alpacas, Ladies' and Mis»es' biack Lace Mitts Together with a large assort ment of Ladies', Misses, and Gentlemen's~Hosiery ; hUo a very rich supply of French Erabroideiies, Gentlemen's Goods of every description, such as Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestinns, Silk and Merino Under Shirt* and Drawers, Shaker's Shirts and Drawers, with a large assortment ot other goods usually kept in a Dry Goods Store; also, a large as sortment of goods ot Boy's wear. We solicit a call from friends and the public generally, assuring thee: that nothing shall be left undone on our part, to merit asbare of that liberal patronage so kindly extended to us heretofore-^at C .HARTVVELL &. CO'S, se 20 107 Kroad street. HYV FALL GOODS AT HIJtU PRICES AS NEVEtI WERE SEEN BEFOKE.—Hav ing purchased at the Northern cities a large stock ol Fall and Winter Dry Goods, and being anxious to make quick sales, I will offer them at such prices as were never seen before Mouseiaines at 10.12£, and 25 cents, and higher prices; Collars at 6i, fid, 10 and 12i cents a> d higher; Handkerchiefs at 6i, 6d, 10 and 12$ cents, wcrth 50 per cent, more; Flannels, warranted all wool and tine, at 25 cents; Shirting at 5 cents, and very fi.ne at 6d: Plaids for children*' clothing; Check Muslin at 121 cents, and lot* of other Goods at extremely low pi ices. ABRAHAM LEVY, Jh., iHil Broad street. By Express, 600 pair Kid Gloves of all sizes and colors, at 50 cents per pair; also, a large lot of Worked Handkerchiefs, being b-iught at auction, will be so'd at half ot the usual prices. se 20 MILLINERY.—I have a -variety of tiimmed ana untrimmed; alio, HHP"Ribbons aud Flowers suitable for the pre »ent sea»on, which I am disposed to sell at very reduced prices, previous to receiving a new SU PP y • se 20 MRS. SWORDS, 225 Broad street. WANTED— 400 CORDS PINK VVOOU, green or seasoned, lor which the highest market price will ba Daid. se 20-2t T. & W. N. TINSLEY MAt.AZiMiSj FOit SKfTUiUBHit AT GRESiIAM'S, I(j9X Broad street — tiodey's Lady's Book for September—2sc Graham's Magazine «lo 25c Arthur's Magazine tor September, vol 1, no 1— price 2'J cts se 20 AWTUOEN'S LIVE OF PIERCE AT WESI a. BROTHER'S. Bleak House, Part 7—12 cents. Anna Hammer, tale ot cotemporary German Life—2s cents The Personal Adventures of "Our Own Correg dent" in Italy, by Michael Burke Hornan—7s cents Aunt Phillia's Cabin, 4th supply—so cents. I have a female cook, wa*heu and IRONER, without incumbrance, lor hire the remainder of the year. se2o—lt* D- M. BRANCH. / I«*FEE StCiAltS.—4oo b&ls C &. B Cotfee VV Sugars, for sale by se 20 DAVENPORT, ALI.F.N it CO. RECTIFIED VV 11 ISK K Y .-ySO bbls' Mountain D< w brand, for sale by *e 21) DAVENPORI, ALLEN &. CO. iIIANAUEtt'S OFFICE. R. FRANCE CO.. (Successors to F. Morris «fc Co.) For This Day.—C«pita.s : 628,500,8000, 4500, 27;.'8 30 ct 1350, 30 of 400, dtc. 75 numbers, 13 dj awn. Tickets Ba. Also—The Patapsco Lottery. Capitals- 310,000, 5000,3000, &c. Tickets 42 Drawu Nos of Md Consolidated 20: 26 15 38 5 73 24 9 53 41 i-9 42 40 6; 3) 45 2J C. W. PURCEI.L. I<KE(iORY Ac aiAt KV, Managers, Richmond, Virginia, Successors to J. VV. Maury &. Co.—oliieo No. 62 Main street. Drawn Nog Delaware Lol.eiy, Clme 90, Sept 17: • ti 37 bi 48 17 68 £>0 33 14 5 25 155 78 6L Scheme To-drty.—Capitals: 526000, fcODO, 5000, 4000, 2204, io oi I'XJO, 10 ol 500, 10 of 3CO, 2o ot 150, 165 oi i2O 100 oi 100, &c. 6o numbers 12 drawn. Tickets 88. ee 2" STKATTON'S OKPICE. Drawn Nog Delaware hx 94. SeJt 18 : 25 i/7 16 55 45 70 33 46 76 41 £3 72 74 Whole Nos 16 53 7a ( Buta soli and p«ii by Ticket do 27 41 76 j STRA'f TO.v To.Uay—Delaware, No 93. Capital: 66 numbers, 12 drawn. Ticket* 88 e«2o LAi*lBKUr'S OFFICE, 14th Street, under Exchange Hotel. Drawn Noa of De.awure, Cias* 90, Sep!. 17 : a 6 37 64 48 17 68 3J 33 14 5 25 12 78 61 To»Day—The Delaware State Lottery, Clas* No 9i—Capitals: «a€ 000, 8000, 5000, 4000, 22t1, 10 ol 1000, itc. 66 number*, 12 arawn. Ticket* #8. Se 20 WCOTT AMI* Uil.AUA.tl, I'ltKtlS AND kJ KING.—The subscribers havi oa hand a large supply of FLAUS, suitable tor proceasious of both parlies. They are cheap and appropriate. McDOHaLD « LYONS, se ]g—lw 2 door* from Poet Oftic. LUMcY BAKU L'AWItS,— tno .uu.ciioei, JF have juat reeeivnd trum (he importer a iot ol fattey Bird Cages, warranted to he superior to any thing of tJU kind m the city Call and see tiiem. McuONALD 4k LYONS, *e 18—lw 2 door* from OHI-*. ALBA'i'A WAtUidas, «»• £*.**&•*» ot elegant AJuauPork*, Table, Tea, and Dossert gpooas, with man* other artteto* of thi* ware so Mar ailver ** *c<rceiy to be detected from the leal article—'or sale by R. m Zimmerman, •e 18 Coner Mala and 12.h itreeu. yytreaagßSK"! j»gg •2*fm. as Toh,ms co*Wa« SSwEVtiS^worLwCh'^ linked. characteristic Maiitiea nt mektoJrS.* '«• Sjf «re happily UiwtjSg? which leave* bo pain, and i*HihAe*»E!^!5 i,tfc l£d h m be P ° Uon whi , cb 11 »»«M tew«f IV KW BUU&HAKaiU hUmv sts&**«• tfeads and Hearts, or My Brother th« ri< £S2£s2&Xr ,b »«—«»« SSi Mary be*ham, by Mn Grey—sye «."3S^iaS iM '" ,ta 75 T CU "^" rded DaUghter ' b * «» Somhworth- The Guerilla Chief; or Romance cf War ia. Prairie Bird, ty *«~soc Wait for the Wagon, Christy's, Cirnr v» i oH&iSt tori.l, Courier Flag. Banner, W Uncle Sam, N Y Dutchman, PriW r .ndVSF Uoilon, ail for the week ending September 18t£ IMN£ CUTLiKKV •—We are 1. per steamer Baltic, our Fall lrr.j,->rr-?f Table and Pocket Cutlery, from manufactory of J Rodger* fcSons, Georeewi tenhoim it. Soni facd Wade fc Bu'cter cvatht£ in part of ivory Knives and Forks, in sets of 5l»rl £3 pieces: do Table and Dessert Kniv-s Carv. is, Beet Slicera and Butter Knivw 10-i? and 6 biade Pen and Pocket Knive t; Ladies' -iris. sors, a great variety; warranted Razors, frcm 2 cents to me finest finish, which are r-ff.-ed at tiv! lowest prices. C. J. SINTON i(j §e 18 Sign of the Circular Saw. 71 Main'st stuck. k«H lsaa.-cHaisiiAM & LATHKOP respectfully invite the »tt nU( £ of their customers and others to their stock of New Fall and Winter Dry tioods. Comprising every variety of— ' Ladies' Dress Go* ds, Embroideries Hosiery, Gloves, Shawls, Loo;- shares Scarfs, Handkerchief;, Ribbons frwi«3 Muslins, Cambrics, Jaconets Brilliantes, Laces, Edginirs, Corsets Umbrellas, Par&sols, Linen Sheetuus Table Damask, Napkins, Doylas " Towels, Huckabacks, Flannels Blankets, Satinets, Linseyg Plaid Cottons, brown and bleached Cottons Clothes, Vesiings, Cassimeres Oil Clothes, Oil Siiks Silk and wool Under Shirts and Dray.erj Table and piano Covers, ate. 4tc. All of which will be sold cheap. 9 CHRISTIAN & LATHROP. flii-T. 10 I'M, lM!i.r NEW FALL AND WINTER DKV GOUlid- HAKT Sc MODI'S. 63 Main street, are rj w receiv ing their stock of Fail and Winter Dry Good?, which is both large and varied, comprising all arti cles usually kept in the Dry Goods lice. Among our stock may be found many liaudsome ana cheap Goops, such as Plain anil figured Mouselines do do dc Ds Laneej do do Cashmeres French and English Meririoes Plain, black, and figured Alpacca Colored ~ do Plain and figured black Silks do do colored do < do b'ack Sating French Needle-worksd Handkfs do do Collars do do Sleeves, Trimmings, &e Black and Fancy Cassimere3 Silk, Satin, and Cashmere Vestinga Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Bed and Negro Blankets (a very large stock'! Satinets, Kersey a. Liuseys, Fiannels, &c We respectfully invite toe public to call and ex amine for themsebes, assuring them ol cur ability an* determination to seil goods low, and shat evt:ry exertion will be made to give entire satisfaction. HART a MOdES, »e li 6ti Main street #JLST to U*nd by the stiip I'nwe Al bert, from London, a double acii n HARP, of handsome size and beauti I ully ornament ed, made by iJodds of London. Miss 3. Sully his kindly consented to show the same to purchasers at her residence on Marshall street. se 6 O. A STRECKER. '|UtE BJJsl' HAIK DVJiS.—rna.ou.fcsg- A ic Dye is one of the best; ii colors toe hair and whiskers the moment it is applied a oeautlfui and natural looking brown or black—as ::iay bede eire<l. The Tricobaph has been long before the public, and is too well and favorably known ta need com ment. These, together with other H;>ir Dyes, are for sale by PURCEi.L, LADD U CO", au 21 Druggists. 9-J Main it. WuK UNUKKHIUNiiIb, in letuniug laeir X mcs: grateful thanks 11 the public li.r iae lib eral patioiiage they have enjoyed since the exis tence ol their t stablishment on Broad street, 17a, beg to iniorrn their pat ions thst they ar_> now re ceiving their Fail Goads from recent purchases in New Torkand Europe, consisting of a in ire com plete assortment of Trimmings, Toys and Fancy Goods, than has hitherto been exhibited in this place. Aj It woild be too tedious to enu merate the quantity of useful as well as tmcy arti cles which we offer for sa!« at low cash price*. We invite the public, and the Ladies particultrly, to call and examine our stock of Gooii, and e-pe c;aily that of Trimmings, embracing everything in this line, from the moat trifl.ug Buttuus aad (iiuips, at 1, 2, and 3 cents a yard, up t i the richest and most fashionable Sifi, Velvet, Lace, aud Fringe Trimmings, which can be produced. Zephyr, Spiit, and Tapestry Worsted, Yirns, Knitting sad Crocnet Cotton, Purse Twist, Silk, Lin-?n. ai>d Cot ton; Flos 9, Heads, Patterns, Embroidered Works, Chenille, <fcc, dec, in full assortment. Orders from tne country carefully amended to. No change in prices, bn: liberal all"wauce made on Goods bought for fairs, societies A: HIK.SH <fc BoTTCIIKR, 179 Bread Street, fhocso Hill, Next to Messrs liarroid &. Murray's Book store, se 17— Ira* LWST. —A suitable reward win be givt nto sny om» who will return, to the ti ..flee, a Coat Link, or Connecting Band lor tbe Coat Collar, ill tne following descilption: two i.nali sua slurp alligator's teeth, caiiiitrcua by u jjt-.d band, Irom wh'.cb runs a loop funned by » g- id lusntlßg whip, the Jash of which u entwinua ar<.%n>J "w hniiuie. 1: was lost on Thursday, b. Tv r. - and J oclt ck, between Uth street and ibe fwi.i*. titber on Csry, Alhin or l'ithstrict#. Jewelers «re cau tioned Kgaiust pure .suing this article. so 17—ta t-S Hut RUNT.—A ItAlifc CJJ ANCti—LJI - thk bsm-t ft'i.ifll) IN ItiE CITY OK KICHMUNi>— The Store and House t.'B .Vain stree:, a: preheat becu pied by L,. UyneiSan h» a clothing st rc I'heM i* a lease on tbe property thtt has tive ye ~i t> ran. . To any person wishing to eutfateiti Liu,this W an opportunity that *erjr »e7uoin off-rs. Inane ce<s*ity ol intending tiajJ'-nrs in a tar distant P- 4C ®» is tbeoniy reason ior leaving. For paructinrs, call ou the premise*, No \)6 Mam stre X L UVNtMAN N B—A Urge a; d i'ashionsble if Fail »e>!is g oft low. C«h so •» «*' ' ■ —" s * LATEST zvEvvri truoM Kt tcui't.— uoum.K rfAKKKLtsu tiVHsi vovam UARKLLhU UL'No!! —Ju»t receives, Ui > 2 Europe, th* most sp end id iot of Oouble «■<* Biggie Barrelrd (■una, Pere«»»ifn r»P«» i*»wder Klsaks and »bot Foucbea. < i « vef y description, which will be suid at very mticou prices Haunt; been to England mysrlf. ids tin/ ail my purchases direct iroai the aiai o.'acturer Sor easo, and being desirous of doing a targe bu»iae« >n tfio Gun line, I wiilst.il as low a* any Nuitj- ra iaiport er, at luy Cash dt>re, No S*o Ibm sweet. Ktchtuuud, V* HfcNfcV HVWAN, Importer ol Uut.» fail Wstcbes. He*t door to jonu N. Uorduu'. Uiocery J,tu ' e '- Bpuiismeu ale r« apeetfuily lariiec tot»U ana «• amine the new Patent, and latest itupfoveJ Barreled Uuu, just received trout England tar A ii>wral discount will be made W Whole sale wealeisatd Count)y Merchants „ . Don't tor get uiat it U " N«. !>#, Mam »Ut et, K'ea* auttd, Va. * a * _ »i K* W AKU-»Tliv \ .'lUi.*- »\«d trooi the CoJuu»iM«" «S!l u»y, MM» WU» twi. • i«rg# *>tM twi *>> 3» »•»*■* •bur# rv«r«rd wiil t>« pud for kit **»;«'» .*?£? "fall IMB I L. IX * CM.