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DAILY DISPATCH \ jihvakdin. Proprietor. HUC'i R PiTe AS ANTS, Editor. -Ojfict oj S>ijHrinffn -. i i .IS-VJ.— will t»o » -e u*.t; TfiU'wiay. the 2?t intt ,M. 1 the filli wing work : ■ T ■ ' li'i I lens commencing near n . d T;)i stii. is. and exten ■ i t is street* to a point near the m meet ten of Marshall and till *. .1 re »• mn.eneeu at a d<*pth of iS feet : I 7'h strut, ."j r-soh its termi :h of iif !'V,. Its capacity will be ■ .• si, side walls to avera.e |w > feet in 1 'i d cn go d thorough tl'«g stones -fill tied-reach wall and covered gr*:r.:e ? ib«—hit the masonry to »; eminent mortar. ,i : connect'r.B the cu'verts between : no-'h i; Clay Capacity 3by -5 Thete wi'.i be n > excavation • except "or the hod of theculvcrt.— I ti.i« re It, 11!' about KOfiet. . -J ;» t of Culvert 3 by -1 at the inter , «' a with A fains street, to be built as ai etcr.v . r:s needed for 'his .. oa.v, and rubbish to be carefully re i ' . tiie contractor. i tor nili i titer into a covenant with . R.e'jmond to: the prompt and faithful I u. work-, which are wanted as eaiiy .- . -otiC't !e to complete them. - ,iiate tor the t.rst mentioned culvert is J at fed >"> per lineal foot; for the others vh ; r i«. -t: and no bids beyond these ■■ - ». ili' considered. - "C > t; e i tr-cd within ten days from ■ ■ ■'• 'ui the award it will be consider . , i i K ,i • — : M BVTKS. Sup't Strreta. H A V I > «J, ifXlft t'I'TTIXJ A.M» C ":;« N : —Cuppina, Leeching. Bleediua, bx •i- -th.&e. MR .1. F. SPACH. from (Jer i Ph-'.idelphia. would most lespect the c tizens of Richmond auc its vicln ■ ,t i*h as opened and nratly fitted out thecor tl .verner street, under Mrs hiding's : i;i . 'a ••.■■re h ' wi;- be st aH times pre- aiit:sfacti"U in all the above ,:.eaes, with promptitude and dispatch oc 12—lm* 1\ i" < CELEBRATED REM t t • j i'oti BLIND AND BLEEDING PILES — ■ d a ssfe, sure and nuld remedy for * .-usAni. and all other diseases of the Ol:: x wiii convince the patient of its one d -ilar.2 oz. sl)e per bo*. j W. HUTCHESON, Amsterdam, =•■ :< ichm nd by Purcell, Ladd & Co, j A fit'. .",d:e A: Grav. se 29—dly I ;'■>>! A«s iV »ii A!£l7fc.S EL 1,1 S~iV ( (I, ' !J A\ rem ved their office to Mo. 156 Main st— 0 ' ' 'i: i Ith street, two doors Shove the .* Hank, in the room formerly occupied as | :. .'H nd Library." -..g ~ed m closing their business, they re i rr?.its indebted to them to call and settle ''■ts se 15- 2m t i liri'.T 1,. H HOUSE CARPEN ■t* i ..U AND JOINER. thanKful for the liberal pa -8..-. wLfh he has received during the last live }• . i.'d inform his friends and the public that , , i d to undertake BUILDINGS ol every !|k. : • n . commodatlng terms. :.>• :n. a <rartical knowledge of the business, h ■1. - - riitatt ntion to it, to give satisfaction to f a. wi.o tn i_v < mploy hitn. - r :i eth, between Grace and Franklin streets, J : r.d. se 13—dtlJ U. ilarreya. John A. Burdens. K ARREYS & BURGESS, If- t- SltiN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, N !«<;" Main Street, (nearly opposite thi: Exchange Bank,) Richmond, Va , ii'HEKK they will thankfully receive and '» promptly execute ail work entrusted to .V B—Orders from t' n e country respectfully so au .10—3 m Ollice Va. Central Railroad Company, I li'ichmonu, September 23rd, 1352. > "VOTICE.—The 17th Annual Meeting of the i ' Stockholder* of the Virginia Central Railroad pi'iy wili be held at Richmond, in the Ex • (; ncert Room, on FRIDAY, the 29th Octo : i-"2. at « o'clock, P- M - -4 —d'-9U J. GARRETT, Secretary. U <»«(!», t OiYE A.NO IDAli.— lue suo tei. er is prepared to furnish WOOD, COKE ■ ' OaL as cheap as can be bought in town laid at Danville Depot—office on Pearl street, - : Aihambra Hotel, and immediately under t=rs 'I er n. Cook. All orders left Mr P. Wool is Grocery, on Broad street, (formerly Ellis') tended immediately. I.i/i;,, ' c hi ®3 per load. y -_.i- ~:n THOMAS FOSTER. V'OTIC r . —Ail persons indebted to tne late nun .1 iaE, BRADLEY i CO, either by Bond ~.-Hint, are earnestly requested to come ■*ard cid settle th-m, as no longer indulgence "i; These accounts are ol long stanctng t. . in us: c settled. A. . a persons indebted to us, whose accounts • n quested to settle them speeddy . for : :mined to have them settled without a -•* BRADLEY & BROTHER. ,'I I i '« • K(AVIiS< —I nave a lew pair ol inese lit towie, which may be relied on us . . *.•:•• L. jre and unmixed breed They were by Chin, Sampson ot West Roxbury, . r tie, a gentleman whose fame as a poul : . -exteusiv;" wi'n the limits of the Union, *. » naiacter as a man of honor acd truth i '..,'*ii as his skill in breeding poultry. WM. A. BU ITERS, Main street, Eagle Square, Richmond. — : rs addressed as aoove will be imme •: i to. oc 14—aw i it-. Jo-I.iMI f Tliiml.N."!>, h« received •" i f r; • • iUtifui Drc:s aud Clonk Patterns, ol L;. - -a aie invitedto call and examine them; t. ■ •'tween Grace and Franklin. I*l V liLMSUSfI t O *'!>.-iteceived 1 tn -:" .itng p'?r steatner hoanoke, a tine as mey Business Coatt; also plain black •• :-d Coats. Call soon, at No 10a Kill: V. CHILES A BALDWIN. O >c.VV U(|UIIH< —THUS. R- I'ls.lCE * ' > have just received new styles • in Cloaks uud Mantles '■•■■ ■■ ■ .vet Ribbons ■ ' .tare i'rluts • . o; Mats, and rniiny other articles. ' <-V is. 11 tTPiIIE L..4 ill im.—Mis. 11. -• wou'd iiit >rm the l*cli>s of Richmond • i-t_, iats! u intends opening her Fall and • i ~c, ~us, on Tuesday next, the 9th ol Oeto -v. . ~i;l be pleased to show them a haodsi me «! Mliiinery, consisting o! Straw Bon -it variety ; Silk, Satin and Velvet llats ; 1. - and Children's Zeplirvco, 'Tippets, Bonnets and Hats, new style; Opera aud '■ ■at all prices. Great inducement* win '■ t< to cash purchasers. A call liom the la ■ *. i ullj solicited ' C !■' —0 1 * pIJ <1». t TOBACCO. — John i ■ v : w ; ,iker s'• Jockey Club" • 1 - HaidgroVJ's Indispensable ' j . rietiati's i'ii e Apple t polar brands, iur ob!e low, by large ■j nits, by O A. STRKCKFR. ?• »i,i, - t ~\ i.fcn CXUAH *•» at CtJitlfcTiAN ii:ul''S — Just received new style ol >■ s( ' oaks, rich C/ape aud other iihawls; 'es, Capes and Collars; Extra 5 I ikseilnes; d . do Plain and figured beau'.ilul Tapestry, Veivet ind Brus , 1 ree piy lugrain aud Dutcti do ; iow li'iiipand Wool do ; Door Mats, P.luted ilru.ets; Satin, De Laiues, Luce >-u Curtains—with other desirable styles ■ i, a*, y l Main street oc 15 j r Oit'J'iiK, in pints and quarts, tor '-tic 7 JOUN 11. CLAIBOKNE. THE DAILY DISPATCH. EDUCATION. \ 1 li ;'. A, V l>l <' A.>I»I»A\ .->» iiuoiT IN IMb ( IIV OK RICHMOND —Mr T NS 1.r.1. late President of the F«rmvil!e FemaleSein *, Schoo ' » v,r Yuuns Lales, in the ci.y ot Kichm md.on thel»t of October next. , H tenement on the south 11' ~';V: sth and fith streets, in a cen ,"'j deituhf.ul part , f the city The course of r "Eh In". Uhl7 n,p , r, " ,all " ,r bnl " rl '"» 't a tho In v ill ' duc,,t,on ' together with tne Ancient ana Mod.rn Language., H .,d Music. I« «]1 the de paitments, tne sei vices of accomplished and . xoe ne-.e,..4 asswtant. wi.l be secure ,1; ar ,d attached to . V i . an .''"tensive apparatus for the louftt ration of ihe physical sciences. P T> ; RMS . F '," T " K SKSSIOX OK TRN MONTHS Ko-.rd- including washing, light and 1ue1... fi0.. 0 1 inti. n in the English branches, from $;i0 to.. *40 A ut Hj;d Modern wh..., *>q Rfkkrkncss.—Rev Thos*\" Moore" Rev"" "has 1! IV'w D i| H " l,r <'»onin«ham, Sherwin McKae, Henry I' Irvjnir, James Brown, Jr, Esos Richmoni; Rev Wm 8 White, D D. Lexington Va iiecj M Smith, Staunton; Dr John Harvie, Chastain Cocke, Chare-Seldeu. James M Harris, William C Scott, Edward Cunningham, Win S Dance, Lsqs ' n WmLigan, l'owhatan; Dr Roygter, Huguenot Sorings; Dr Thos Meaux, Dr Rich'd K £arrar, Win Booker, John H Stegar, ChasS Truehan, bsqs,' Amelia; Maj Wooldridge, H Hancock, W W Han' cock. Ksq*. Chesterfield; Rev M Osborne, C C Read, F N Wat*ins, Joseph K Venable, Samuel Venable, Christopher Tompkins, K«q. Kin? Wiliism: James Sutton, Ksq, Hanover; Rev J if C I,each, D I>, Rev J,sse S A rinistead, 1> D, Dr Wm Morton, John Miller, Ksq, Cumberland. <>c 11—dl'it* DR. MAUPINS SCHOOL, 1 11 li Street, betwe»n Marshall and Clay Street*. r P IIK next session will commence on MONDAY, A the 4th ot October, and continue ten months. Ths plan of instruction embraces a thorough course in thf English branches, Ancient and Modern Languages. Mathematics and Chemistry. The ad vanced pupils will have an opportunity of attending the Lectures on Chemistry at the Medical College. These lectures will begiven sts o'clockln theafterj coon, an hour at which pupils will be disengaged trom ordinary school duties. The Principal will give instruction in Mathemat ics, Chemistry, Ac; Mr. P H MONTAGUE in An cient Languages, Ac; and Mr. J. MICHARD in Modern Languages. Strict discipline will b* enforced. Terms—For the English branches, Classics and Mathematics, *50: fjr"one Modern Language, $20; and for two, *30 per session oi ten mouths, payable half in advance, and the balance on the Ist of March PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. The Principal, with the view of having his own sons well taughtin the elements of knowledge— Spilling, Heading, Writing, ,Vr —has det< ruined to establish a Primary Department in connection with his School. For this department a separate room will be provided, and a competent assistant em ployed. who will devote his attentiou exclusively to it- It will be under the genera! supervision ot the Principal. Only a limited number of pupils will be admitted, and the fee will be $30 per session of ten months. se2s 1m REV. M. U. HOIiE'S BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, Corner of Frank lin and stli Slreelw, Richmond, Va.—The next term ot th s Institution will commence on. the Ist ot October. The course of study will embrace all the branches pertaining to a thorough English education, together with Ancient and Modern Lan guages. Last year more then 100 uupils were id attendance at the same time, but during the next term the number will be restricted to 100— twenty of whom will be received as boarders in the family ot the I'riucipal. Charge for board, washing and all usual accommodations, for ten months, $220, as heretofore. Tuition in English, lrom $25 to $40, according to the advancement of the pupil. French, Spanish or Italian, $20 ; Latin, $15 ; Music, $7 per month. The German Language will be taught orally, or by the usual method, to as many as may wish to acquire it,freeoJ charge. Rev. J. P. SAFFORD will occupy the position which was tilled by the Rev. W. J Hoge last year. Mr. Saflord is a gentleman of varied and accurate scholarship, and has had several years experience as an instructor in some of the best institutions in our country. Young Ladies from the country, as well as from the city, are desired to be present on the first day of the session. It is often a serious inconvenience aud discouragement to a pupil to enter a class which has made even a week's progress. Payment* invariably in advance—one-half on the first ot October, the other on the first of March. All communications will receive prompt atten tion. Address Rev. M. D. HOGE, au 27—iliwllm Richmond. Va DHAVVI.NU. —J. S. PERKINS having return ed to Richmond for the winter, will give in struction in the various branches of Drawing, as Landscapes, Heads, Figures <tnd Flowers. His sub jecls or models are by the beat masters, ai d have been selected with a view to attract and interest the beginner, while they cultivate a correct taste, and gradually lead the pupil to a bold and independent etyie tf execution that will readily enable him to draw from nature. All lovers ol this art are invited to call at his rooms (corner of sth and Franklin streets) and ex amine his portfolios. Lessons given at the pupils' residences, if desired. Separate hours devoted to young Gentlemen and young Ladies at his studio, where they will be re eeiv>d on the same terms as iu schools. oc4 —3m* ALL SMALL BUYS.—B. P. TAYLOR, Sth ii street, between Grace and Franklin—My School being exclusively for beginners, 1 give spe cial attention to Reading, Correct Enunciation, Grammar and Spelling; also to Geography, Map Drawing, Arithmetic and History. Specimens of iny boys'composition snd writing, may be always seen at tbe Dispatch tfflce. My Rule is peremp tory, but as gentle as possible. oc 9 \J 1 lil» IN 1A CENTRAL RAILROAD— Guano ancljl laster will continue to be carried at the reduced rates until further notice. oc I—lm E. H. GU.L, Sup't. rriik NOTbS OF THE SOLTUEnN X MANUFACTURERS' BANK are redeemed as heretofore at par at our counter oc 12 C. W. PURCELL & CO. 'llliE .NOTES OF Vll E LMVfcU X STATES BANK, Washington, D. C., will be redeemed by vat in Virginia money. au2—3m WM N TINSLEY. J; OR Kb.NT, tiie duck stable and ones Car . riage House ut the residence of Mr. Hubert K. liowitcn, cornt rct Clay and 6th streets. They ate tin ro< fed. TOL.KK A COuK, oc g General Agents. I~> JIAKJN<* UISIIE?, Oyster Stewers, Veg- J etable Dishes, Buckwheat Cake Dishes, Tea and Coitee Urns, Water Kettles, ic can be hfd iu L'rcat variety at the House Furnishing Store of ~c 9 L GINTER. 137 Main street. 111TK A>li AM'IIHAUTt COAL,- Landing from schr George, a cargo ot supe rior Wbits Aib Anthracite Coal. Persons laying in their winter supply ot the above Cow, wi uld do well to send down their orders- 75 per load, delivered any wherein the city^^ se 7 Dock Wharf. rjUBliK AND fIANO COVEKS», large as -1 BU ' lEaent '" tt^ l , TKO p OLlTAN store, oc 14 151 Kagle Squar I /w\ TONS NO. I PERUVIAN «LANO 1 UU 400 casks Lime -.01) boxes Tin Plate, an assortment comprising nearly all sizes, bright aid leaded Timothy and Herds Grae» ti'ted —lot si»le by ge ;j(j 8. McGKUOKK 6l bON3. *'»*HE BANK IN THE CITV IN 1 LEVVri SAVING BANK,2UI Broad Street.— There for all cU'rent notes, you will receive their full t ilue iu L)iy Goods, at extremely low prices — iii» s;ock is very law, aiid h better assortment ot ch ay Good* ennot be iound. Callai d maiieyour deposites with him, and you shuli have the fud value fur youi money y / ABRAHAM LEVY, Jr, ()C jg 201 Broad street. _ B~ ACON »lUEH, Bmiulders iiams aud Breast pieces, bright and dry, landing this morning per steamer, tor sale by CLA , BORNE> JUOHMONII. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOKF.Ii i»oc;«jktt a- ani>ekn<>n, UPHOLSTKRKKS AND I'APKR HANGERS Hi (iovrrnor Ktrcet, HAVK in store th.-ir Fall stuck of French and American rAPKH HANGINGS ofevery quality and style, purchased from the bent factories in this country and France, many of them very rich and elegant. Also, a very complete a.gortment of cur tain goods, cornices, gimps, tasseis. cord 3, bands, window shades, in great variety, w i dow blinds curiam paper, butt Holland tor shades, a superior stock of floor oil cloths, coco matting, curled hair and shuck mattresses, feather beds,'bolsters and pillows, of the best quality, with many other arti cles, in our line, all ot which will be sold on fair terms, and Paper Hanging and Upholstering done in town or country, at the shortest notice and by the best workmen. wiCy—lm XK 4 I' Kl > I'HOPOfsALS will be iccened at Othe Enguieer's Office, tii] the 14th day of Nov, 1852, lor Grading and Mwunry of tit teen miles of the Virginia Central R,ii Road, extendiug rrotn Craw ford a, twenty miles west of Staunton, to i aiutu r Oap, a distance of fifteen milea in mile sec uons. 1 roposalp will also be received for hauling the iron rails, chairs, spikes Ac, across the mountain t r m Meec hums river, for the road, from the we,t side to Maunton, a distance of 15 miies ; and also for furnishing the ties, and laying down the ,-uper structure. Separate bias may be otteied for the The ties to be of White or Post Oak, eieht feet lone, hewed on parallel sides to a thickness of six inches, with a lace of not less than eiaht inches, and the Dark taken from the other sides. Proposals w ill also be received f;r i bridee of rl) feet span of wood or iron, at Christian s creek ; also tor de jots at Wayneaborough and Stauuton. Plans and pro hies wid be ready trom the Bth to the 14th of No vember. Satisfactory references will be required. By order of the Board. T. COLDEN RUGGLES, C. E. [Times. Enquirer and Republican, conv ] oc2 1 A.ND FOR SALE NfcAlt AICM.HOHU. Ihe subscriber oSers for sale a small but a most excellent FARM, of about fifty acres, on the Srreth side of the Williamsburn road, near Hineh man's, two and a ha'f miles from the Old Mirket. Ab. .ut two-thirds of the Land cleared, and a con siderable part n.,w cultivated as a market garden. Such is its fertility, adaptation and convenience to mirket as makes itoneol themost desirab'e places for a market garcen and dairy about the city, and if properly managed, its coat could be easily made from its profits. The Bui'ding csn, with but litt'e expense, be rendered a comfortable residence, with all necessity convenience, and a number of the best springs of water on the place Those wishing to purchase wili please call and examine for themselrei. Tkrms very liberal. Apply to Robert Hastings, on the premises, or to the subscriber. se 29—dlmw4t SAMUEL HASTINGS. LMtA.>hbhN CI,OPIUMS MOItK, I ;i* 1 slain fMrert, Richmond. Va.—The sub scribers would respectfully call ibeatt-ntion of the citizens ot Richmond and the surrounding country to their very largeand well selected stocked Heady !V3n€le Clothing, consisting of every style and quality for Fail and Winter wear, all which we gar rantee to sell lower than any Goods of the same quality in the city of Richmond We, therefore, in vite all who wish to obtain a good article at a very low price, to give us a call Als i, a very largeand select stock of gentlemens' Furnishing Goods se 25—2 m R. DECOU & CO. Richmond stove wokks.—Dealers in Richmond and throughout the State can be supplied from these works wilh— Premium and Air-tight Cooking Stoves Air tiaht Coal Franklin and Wood Franklin Par lor Stoves Factory, Store and Counting-Room Heating Sto ?es Fluted Box Stoves, &c, ic ' Also—Fn.rtß and Grates, Fenders, lion Railings, &C. in great variety Plain and ornamented House Castings, maie of sup.-rior material, and of finished workmansk p The letail purchaser would do well to selec* our Stoves in preference to the mass ot Northern irash with which the market is flooded; some of wnich will not stand a single winter without requiting more repairs than the original cost of the store Our Stoves have been gotten up with a particu lar regard to the Southern tiade—being made full 25 per cent heavier than those made at the North —of superior materials and warranted of as good workmanship. Messrs En»ign & Sears, and C D Yale, keep a full assortment of our Stoves, and they may also be had from Messrs D & CR Weller, F Hertley, Main street; M S Cooper, Cary street, and S Bozes, Broßd street. oc 9—4 w BOWERS Sc. SNYDER. 'I'UK SCBMCKIBUR having taken the store A corner of 4th and Broad streets, (recently oc cupied by John F. Reeve, Esq ,) will keep on hand a lud and well selected assortment ol Groceries, to which he invites the attention of his friends ana the public generally. JAMES B. SHELTON. Having retired lrom the grocery business, I take great pleasure in recommencing my successor (James B. Shelton) to my friends and patrons. 1 have known Mr rhelton long and intimately, and feel a strong assurance that in all business transac tions he wili give entire satisfaction. oc 2 —lm JOHN F. REEVE. IF YOU would consult your own interest, read the following certificate from a well-known gen tleman of this city : Richmond, November Ist, 1850. —To Mrs. A. B. Daws—Dear Madam : I have used your "Cough Elixir" in my family for about two years, iu all cases ot colds and coughs ; and have, on various occasions, recommended it to the useot my friends, and I am happy to say that, in every instance;, it has given entire satisfaction. Indeed, so habituated have I become to its use, in cases ol coughs and colds, that 1 never think of recommending any other remedy either in my own family or to my friends. Yours,&c, JAMES W. LEWELLEN. For sale, wholesale and retail, by BENNETT <V BEERS, A. BODEKER, CHAS. BKCK, and CHAS. D YALE, aud Mrs. A B DAWS, Main street. Rich mond 8e fPO COUNTItV AND CITY DKAI.hK-*. X The subscriber begs leave to inform his city and country friends, ttiat he is still receiving by steamer all kinds ol Goods in his line, which he of fers at wholesale or retail, on reasonable tTtns.— The following articles comprise a part ot his as sortment: 50 boxes Layer Raisins, fresh and fine 75 half do do do do 25 boxes Preserved Ginger 10 casks dry Currants 20 dozen assorted Picklcs —gallon, half gal.on, quarts and pint* 3000 lb* soft and aard shelled Almonds 10 bags Palm Nuts 5 bags Filberts 50,000 Cigats—from tirime quality to low price A great variety of Fancy Candy always on hand, with a large assortment ot Fancy Articles aud many other Goods too tedious to enumerate, in store and for sale by JL AN PIZiSINI, oc 4 N" 152. next to Exchange Bank. ®FOK SALE.—Tnt-H. use and Lot,cor ner of Franklin and 4'h streets, at present oc cupied by Capt R M Nimmo. The lot fronts 64 leet on Franklin and runs back 120 leet on 4th street, to a 15 foot alley. For terms, which will be accommodating, apply t0 R..M. BURTON oc 2 i)OKT WIM2.- A few dozen pure old Medi X c*l Poit Wine, warranted the best in market — Invalids will find iliis wine superior, as it was selec ted exiiretsiv for their use. For sale by oc itj O. A STRKCKER I"Yo~COUNTKy UEKUHANI'S. wno are purchasing their fall supplies, wiii please call and examine our stock, which is complete, aud ibe erices will compare with any house in the country. STEBHINS, DAKHACOTT A. CO., oc 1 Broad stieet UKNINU FLUID.—2" bUls Burning Fiuid, cf very superior quality, on baud and for sale . O. A STRECKER, y l)Cll Agent for Manufacturers. AlVltS DYKHTLFFH, OILS, dfce. THOS. K. PAGE has ju.t received at nis Drue store, 2'.M Broad street, a large quantity of the ah,,we articles which he will aell as cheap as they AI»o Window Ol." of all sizes. 801% 1 WCU9OL STATIONKKV .« ~ •Ueet > » fj'n Ith:1 th : M,?n "fZu 1 888ortment of School Books, Statione y. and hancy Articles. Also, just received a Ro mance ot American History, i.y Joseph Banvard with numerous illustrations, Ac C . ; Edwta T. Freed! ey « Practical Treatist on Business ; also, Priz» Ea says Stasis, Miscellanies, iic ; An Ouo po-ms by Mrs. Emily Judson; lh- Days ot Bruce bv Grace Agueiar; Memoir of Alfred Benne.t, ey H /.arvey; Memoir ot George Dana Boardman late Missionary to Burmah, by Rev Alouzo King, with an Introductory Address, by Willism K. Williams new imp o'.ed edition; the Young Man's Friend and Guide through Lite to immortality, by John Angel James, with an Introductory Address, bv Thomas leWitt, D D ; Near Home, with Anec dote* and numerous Illustrations, by the author of Peep ot Day ; the Royal Preacher. Lectures on£c clesiastes, ly James ha niltoß. D. D. iiany otuer Books, too numerous to mention CHARLES WORTHAM, cc 1" Deposi ury. vriiti.i *j.u 7'aElTCo<Tu?».~vv.j SWORDS, irost respectlnliy informs the La dies of R ; chmond aDd its vicinity that he is now re ceiving a spiendid ass. rtrnent tl Diess Goods, all ot the latest styles, 8: If cud personaiy in New Yor*. with the greatest care, so as to have beauty of style c -imoined with economy in prices, and solici.s a cali trorn his friends, with the assurance thai ety es and prices will be satisfactory, a. I have inedrf it my particular business to get good articles that will please my customers, at the lowest prices. VVM J. SWORDS, oc 11 22? Broad street, Iron Awnina Frame. A NOT I'fcU LOT Ob "BEAKT"*" PA 'l t.NT COFFEE POTS.—Just received, trom Europe, ano'herlotot those truly and just!* celebrated Coffee PoLs. For the use of families we would recommend them as being prefie-sbie to any thing of the kind erer uatd crinvtnted We have toern in a greater and ir.ore convenient variety of sizes than we bad before, ul I#, S, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 and spun*. The large number we hive sold, and tbe universal eatislaction they havegivea, is a convi. c iug proof ol their superiority over all otners Their eimplici'yot construction isone of the nu merous advantages ; the clearness and strength of the coffee extracted, and the snort apace of time in which it is made, must render ihem a most desir able article for those who drink coffee. We have sizes suitable for the Hachf lor as well as alarae Fami:y. They are manufactured of tine Britannia Metal, which make them desirable tor table usy Finally we would say to those who have not yet purchased one of "Heart's Pat-nt Coffee Pots,' T to do so without delay, at the House Fumisniug Store of oc 8 L. GINTER, 137 Main street. r |iHUEfc.PLY ('AKP£TS. —Just received X from auction an assortment of two and turee ply Carpets, very handsome patterns and ot good quality, all of which we will offrr at extremely low prices. Also, handsome Muslin and Lace Cur'ains; Lin en, Satin, Damask ; Bleichtd and Unbleached Lie en and Cotton; Diaper, Huckai/ack, Linen and Cot ton Sheeting of all kinds, and a variety of articles adapted for housekeepers, can always be found at the cheap new 6tore oi HART & MOSES, oc 13 C< Main street. >AI.L.—A goou second-hand Kockaway, A- with or with*ut an excedeut set of Brass Moun ted Harness in which a great bargain may be had it early application be made at this office, oc Id—3t* UE.UiJVAL,.— t J1 KOBLttTsuN, Merchant Tailor, informs his friends and the public thai he has removed his J'aitoring Establishment fiom Governor street to the store on Main street, next to Messrs Pernberton & Brother's, where he will be pleased to accommodate tbetn. oc 18—ts 'SO TOBACCO HA i(KA( 'ft. f.<a— LIQUORICE. —W«will be regularly supplied by the importers with Msss Liquorice of the "Heck At Co. - ' brand, a genuii e and pure article, wh'ch we are authorized to sell and wariant as such.— Also, with the "G. C." brand. Manufacturers are requested to give us a call. Orders troaa the coun try promptly executed, oc 18 I UDLAM ir WATSON. HA >1 PT O > 'li VtlltfAßtt T1 >I - TUBE, Wood's Wild Cherry aud Sarsaparii )a Bitters, Magic Washing Fluid, Baker's Bitters, Hair Dyes, H ootland sGeimsu Bitters, Jayne's Ex pectorant, Rose's Cough Syrup, Arabian and Mus tang Liniment, Walker's Nerve and Bone Liniment, Ayre's Cherry Pectoral, Cough Candy, Brandielh's Pills, &.c, See, for sal-t by E. J. PJOOT, oc 16 Corner opposite the Old Market rpo THE PLHLIC AT LAHtit.— Union S. Bank Notes will not be taken tor Clothing.— Those who have suffered by the great panic can now reinstate themselves by purchasing great bargans at J. D. GOODMAN'S, No 134, Main street, opposite Eagle Square. N B—Owing to the great panic in the mocy mar ke;, he ia offering the greatest bargaius. in order to increase his s*les to a very large amount, he is well satisfied with a very smsll per cent on cust — His stock is large and varied ; it is unnecessary to say any thing in commendation of his stock, aa his clothing has "the very highest reputation. »c 13 BL TTfc.lt.—kegs prime Goshen butler, land ing to-day per «'e*mer, tor sale by oc 5 lIULST t K-NG. BUTTKH. —40 kegs Goshen Buiter receiving, for sale by uc 6 VVM TAYLOR. C~^II)KU.— 30 bbls new Nt-wafek Cider, receiving J <ind tor sale by oc 6 WM. TAYLOR. Tg OLSKLAINE DELAINE, at the veiy ivA low price of 10 cents per yard. oc 11 LEVY S Cheap Store. CJOAP. —600 boxes superior rosin Soap, for sale ij by octi CHAS. T. WORTIIAM & CO. At' i'l, tS.—jJ bois Nurtheru Apples, receiving and for sale by oc ti WW TAYLOR Liv>eei> oil. —ilOUd gallons prime LiDseed Oil, just to hand and for sale low by oc 15 O. A aIKECKER. HITTER.—Just received, a tew pots very tine fresh Butter from the country Alse, a lew boxes fresh ground Coffee in store, for sale by se 16 GEO. J HEBRING. |%,f ACKEREL.—Ioo Bbla. No. 3 Mackerel, a -I.TJL float, lor sale by oc 15 BACON & BAMCERVILL- C'OKE EE.- 30u B»gs Kio Coßee, landing, lor / sale by oc 15 BACON BASKERVILL. BU TTER.—Four hrkins common, just receiv ed, for sale by oc 13 L. D CRENSHAW &. CO. ITIVK CASES EAST 1>I»1A castor ; OIL, priuie quality and beaunful color, lor sale by AUIE dt GRAY, 147 Main street. oc 6 * | .Wk BUSHELS .NEW I'ttOl' TI.MU- I.W thy and Herd* Grass Seed, receiving, tor sale by ,>c 8 S. McGRI'OER *. ?ONg. cjUtiAK.—so ends Cuba sugar ij 50 do New Orleans do, a prime ar ticle, in store and tor sale by octi CHAS T. WORTHAM & CO. SERVANT'S CLOTHINC*.— W« have now O on nand a iaige assortment of Servants Cloth ing and every style ot cheap durable gojds which we will sell at the very lowest prices. HLNHY SHAKER i CO, oc 14 No K'3 Main street, corner 14*h. LACK A.M» EA.X V i*A NTH.—Heavy English, French arm Araeiican Fancy Lass. J'anti, black Doeskin do, W joI Velvet and cut Vei vet Veata, black and fancy silk do, large assortment, at No 102 Main street. oc 14 KKEH. CHILLS Si BALDWIN. lU.\ lib. tIAU, ai lilOS. i.. t'ACtd Drug t store, rli Broad street, me beat Cigars and cool Soda Water, wilh sar.apanlla, Lemon. Flat Apple and other svru pa. r,OW Jk SO.N'S Ji.N(j>Ll»ll FAL.M • SOAf.—A. aupply of mia aupertor tutietie Soap, jusi received and lor sale by oc- 6 APIK at GRAY, i 47 Main atreet. HHt.NtU PUINTdi yard wide.at the roc 14 IUSTKOPOLITA* STORE. IS P A T C H === LOSS OF THE AMP Bio» 5 s OF THE biLE. AMERICAN SHIPMO [From the Liverpool Courier, Oct. 6 ] Ihe American ship Mobile, Captain J w Tarbox, together with about s.xty " "" *ons, including passengers and crew from this port on Tuesday last tiavine on bllird as near as can be ascertained, tifiv three n«s'■ ■enger? and a crew numbering t'wentv-three i men, including officers. She proceeded" safely ! uniil half past two o'clock on Wedneadav morning, when she struck on the Arklow tfaokp, on the Iri-h coast, and shortiy after wards commenced to break up. At the time she struck the wind was blowing a pesf ct hurricane from E. N. E , with a verv heavy sea run/iing; the only sails she carried at the tune being the fore and main top sails close reefed. Efforts were made to launch the boats shortly alter she struck, but,owing to the hea vy sea running, this could not be accomplish ed. The scene on board the ill-fated ship, a few minutes after striking, baffle*all descrip tion, the poor passengers running about in ull directions, crying out piteously for help; and, at every succeeding ses, one or more of their number were washed off the wreck, until, in a very short time, all had disappeared, with the exception of eight seamen and one passenger, who had been able to lash themselves to the channels. In a few hours after the vessel struck, the weather moderated, and continued so un;il Thursday morning, when about 11 o'clock two echoon hove in sight, and immediately bore down to the wreck. One of the schooti era, which was bound to Glasgow, took four of the sailor* and a paasetiger oo board, and conveyed them to Gla«go»»; the other took the remaining four off ami landed them at Wex ford. When rescued, the* were in a very ex hausted state from cold and exposure. They were forwarded to tuia poit in the Wexford steamer, and arrived on Sunday evening, des titute of everything but what they stood in. It is said that after the veasul eiruck noae of thoae on board considered thera wag any chance ofbeing saved. Captain I'arbox, the commander of the ill feted ship, together with all his officers, perish ed. He was w eli known, and much respected in this town. 11 is supposed the ship went to pieces on Friday, as great quantities of the wreck, cargo, Ate-, several water casks, and portions of a vessel, were passed on Friday and Saturday. The Mobile was r fine vessel, of one thousand tons burthen, nearly new, and only making her second voyage. The four se amen brought to this port were taken in charge by the American consul, who provi ded tor their temporary naceasities, and placed them in a comfortable boarding house. TRAGICAL EVENT IN PARIS. The Journal des Debate of October 4, con tains the following account of a recent trage dy in Paris: Yesterday, about nine o'clock in the eve ning, the quarter of the Madeleine was thrown into a state of excitement by the knowledge of a crime which had been just committed therp, and which has produced the most pain ful impression. Mr. Bower, aged thirty-eight yeais, an Englishman, and the Paris corres pondent of the Morning Advertiser, resided with his wife and children iu the Rue de Seze, No. 2. Some months since one of his coun trymen, Mr. Morion, aged about thirty-five years, correspondent ot the Dai.y News, and who resided ill tiie neighborhood, on the Boulevard des Capucines,29, became intimate with him and paid him frequent visits. Sub sequently his assiduities having excited some suspicions and jealousy in the mind of Mr. Bower, the latter inteidicttd him from visiting at his house in future. It would appear, how ever, that a reconciliation took place between them, and that Mr. Morton continued his vis its. Unfortunately, a circumstance of a par ticular kind occuired to revive the suspicions of Mr. Bower. His wife, the mother of four children, was contined about a mouth ago, and the suffering she underwent was such as to be frequently followed by inteivals of men tal derangement. In the course of last evening, and during one of her attacks, she told her husband that she did not wish to see him again, that he was the devil, that she did not love him, and had never loved him, and she added that the child to which she had just given birth was the child of Mr. Morton. This extraordinary disclosure pro duced a terrible impression on Mr. Bower; yet he restrained himself, aud sat down about 8 o'clock to supper. Scarcely had he commen ced his repast when Mr. Morton entered. The moment Mr. Bower saw him he ordered him instantlv to qui', and as Mr. llorton did not seem to*obey as quickly as the other desired, he got up from the table, holding his knife in his hand, and pursued him on the stairs to the floor beneath, wher, after ari exchange ot some words, he eiruck him a violent blow with the knife on the left side of the head near the ear, which stretched him without movement on the floor, bsthed in his blood, which flowed iri abun dance from the wound. Death was instanta neous. The knife was afterwards picked up. It is a table knile rounded at the end ; the blade was bent in the middle by the violence of the blow. , , . The Commissary ot Police ot the section ol the Madeleine, being informed of the crime, pro ceeded immediately to the spot, and was soon after joined by the agents on duty, who search ed, but unsuccessfully, the house, Irom the cel lar to the garret, to'discover the perpetrator, who escaped, no one knows how. INTERESTING NEWS FROM HAVANA. Bv the steamship Black Warrior, at New York, from Havana, whence she sailed on the 12th inst., we learn that the Islandof Cuba con tinues in a state of great excitement. Arrests, outruges and suspicion seem to increase da} * Another conspiracy had been discovered in Matanzus. und the Military Tribunal had left Havana lor that town. Si.ll another cunspi tacv was discovered at Binar del Kio, tor which plice Jose Rive?, son ol The convict Rives who discovered the conspiracy ol Juan Gonzales, left immediately. Captain Brooks, of the American ship Lli zabetfa Jane, beiujj suspected of having some filibuster correspondence concealed in his cab in, was waited upon by the police, who searched his vessel and all his papers. We do not learn that the search brought to light anvtlnne of the character expected. The officers p.nd passengers ol the Black Warrior were treated with studied civility while in port, hut the vessel was escorted to the Jdoro by the police. A grand military parade look place in Ha vana on Sunday, the 10th inst. The troops] were reviewed by Captain-General Canedo, in the presence of an immense uumberof specta tors. The government paper says that the whole New World cacnot present such a splen did military spectacle as thin, which was cele brated in honor of the adored Queen. (iuliano, the Governor's Secretary, and the itdividuul who is well understood to have been the adviser of Captain-Geueral Canedo, in all his measures of outrage auti oppression, is said 110 be very anxious to resign. The Capiain-Ge ; ueral, however, will not let bitn, telling liim PIUCE, ONE CENT. tha» as he instigated all the recent proceeding against the Inited States Teasels and cititetfs. he must stand by, see him through the scrape and take his share ot the responsibility. * Letters Irani Havana say that the" Capt&in- Ueneral is in great tribulation respecting the breeze which he justly supposed he has raised ... united States Government. tie eminent lawyer Sr. Forfirio Vaiiente, Sr. Francisco t. Aifiro and Dr. Antonio Be - ■"court have been summoned to appear befora o emi!" aut horities, and take the chances Mpirai'onl" s ~ hS arote I,r supposed patriotic located i« ki 'h«e gentlemen are all safely re «*rd the summons' *** probabl - v di 9* ag a ins t"he"* u nnrwH' ° f f,er ! ,f " ml summonses «r o FaccioloTnbe'offir? CMOfI) °- n Eda ticipating in the juiL, k' gazettes, lor par periodical, entitled l v £ 'hat subversive Francisco V " lez ami Del Puebl «- *>un lected a precept of he a,n ° ,hers - wh " ne ;- 4- the shape of an edict of senL« . qUencM in all their effects. Thev areS^ 1 ?", diately exposed for sale. imrae ,' he D '«'° de la Marina, the official oreaa ot the military commission, contains, in its 2 sue ot October b, ail account of the aff iir of the y"• Wh ' ch ir den «"'ices the con duct ot 1 urser Smith, of that steamer, in giv ing certain information to the New Vork press. He i» styled an "obscure personage," and the conduct ot the authorities in preventing the and'proper? 1 landloS •' 3 defended *• all righl f kom Santa Fe.— The Independence (Mo.) Messenger of the 121 st ult., has late dates from Santa Fe. All things at Santa Fe are pretty quiet, and the ill feeling heretofore manifested lias van ished, or is supposed so much so as to mak» every oue believe that all is well, Business has not revived much, and unless a change takes pluce tor the better soon, the stock of merchandise will be too great for the season.— From El Paso there was not much news of im portance. The reduction in duties had not taken place; so that the merchants are sail awaiting a change in order to make (heir way to the points further south. Corn and wheat crops were never better than they are now in .New Mexico, especially in tne Taos valley. I'be Indians, Kiowa?, were still on the Ar kansas, seemingly satisfied with the notice their Great Father had given thein by the distribu tion of presents. Hon. John Sterigere, formerly a member of Congress trom Montgomery couutv, Pa., died on the 13th instant. Going to Work.—The Parkersbur? (Va.) Gazette says tiiat great activiiy prevails along the line of the Northwestern Railroad, and the conti actors will soon break ground on their woik. Profitable Farming.—A farmer in Euclid, Ohio, has Ibis season raised 301)0 bushel* of potatoes ou 10 acres of ground, and marketed them in Cleveland at 50 ceuts per bushel. Death of a Venerable Ladt.— Old Lady Sanderson, of Lexington, Mass., memorable for her ktnd attention to a British soldier who was wounded nt Lexington, in 1775, died on Friday, in her 105 th year. ''My head i* swimming," remarked Louia Napoleon, one morning, alter a supper at the Blue Fig. "It is ihe nuture of wood," was the reply of Mr. P. Mr. Beale, of London, hae obtained a ver dict against Catherine Hayes, for i,' 3000, (15,000.) The suit arose out of a breach of promise of Miss Hayes' agent. The case wu not defended. Served Him Right.—Stephen Cheoaull *a< convicted and lined one thousand dollar« at the lust term of Limestone Circuit Courr, Ala., for whipping his wife, lie is at pre sent in prison, and unless he "folks over," which there is no possibility of his doing, like ly to remain there for aouie time to come. ARREST ON SDsPICION OF MURDER.—TWO men naoiek ThomasNealis and Hugh Murray, employed in a public house in West street, N. V., hive been arrested on suspicion of hav ing murdered a Mr. Christopher Miilen, of Wilkeebarre, Pennsylvania. A Frenchman who proposed to establish a school in New Orleans, having heard that a high school would be most respectfully pat ronized, took a room in the garret of a four story house. Political Squißs.-—Col. Greene, of the Boston Futt naviDg asserted that the women all go for Fierce, a Whig cotemporary ac knowledges miss-chance, miss-fortune and miss carriage to be of the number. Hon. Thomas Butler King, has been re moved as Collector at San Francisco. The charges against him are said to be misapplica tion of funds. A physician finding it necessary to adminis ter un emetic to a patient, wrote the following prescription, "lira, alt. brea. In. th. pol. pa. Head after breakfast, oue hour, the political papers. A couple of pedesti lane, "gents from town," parsing through a toll gate, attempted a jok» at the expense of a young woman who stood at ttiedoor, by asking what the chirge win for passing through, "Ii you are gentlemen, nothing; if you are donkeys, a penny each." replied the damsel, much to their discoorifi tur«. Sxllisg a Road. —All (he interest in the National Ho«d, owned by the State of Indiana, some tweuty-aeven miles, was sold by the State Auditor last week, for $230,000. The State ha* thus disposed ol her last interest in any public improvement. BifMoP Doawe. — I'he long-pending and vex ed question of the trial ol Bishop Doane, of New Jersey, is at last nettled, the court of Bishop*, bv a vote of 8 to C, Laving resolved not to bring the Bishop to trial, and the assembly was adjourned tin* die. The proceedings in the case have not been fully divulged. The three prosecuting Bishops luuy be considered us concurring witti the minority, but they were not entitled to vote. A young lady, about sixteen years of age, residing in the Seventh Ward, was so seriouely injured by tailing into the lire, yesterday a '' e '* noon, as to render her recovery very loubttul. She was preparing supper for the remainder ot the family which was absent; and being sick, suddenly fell, and her face and hands were horribW|burnedbefore she could extricate herself.— Wathinfton Tel. low. Sthakge DtLU.tos.-Ao individual in N. York, named Augustus C. Lewis, became possessed of the idea that he could walk ' r ,,-s |he Bast river, ou Salurdav, and ac cord ngiv started from the too«ol L.Kh.y-..xth street; but he had not proceeded Ur, when the water face deluded Uaveller fell io, and was rescued by a policeman, lie was iusaue, ol couree.