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Steamboat Erplotio* and I.ost of
PittcW'RG- Nov. 13.—The mail packet
Buck'">o Hell'* exploded both boilers lasteve
ang about 4 o'clock, in the locks at Beveily,
'.'miles f.om Marietta. No ladies were in
;"ti' '• The billed, as far as known, are John
ttbour, <>f Pittsburg, produce dealer; Joseph
l»n,ifls. engineer; John West; Edward Ath
frton, ot Beverlv, Wm. Stull, a negro man
■. miied Butbr, and I'J others. The injured
4 , C,| t llahn, arm broken and badly scald
\\ it:. Whisson, first clerk; leg broken and
nti.i.nkb* mashed —lie will probably die;
t ,;, .!, Stull; Joe Covey, leg broken; Edward
ixwar and m:inv others. I'heh.iat was
mpleb It to pieces. Even flue of one
i collapsed, and the other boiler cannot
. ; id ! The accident is attributed to the
.< recklessness of the engineers, one of
w tivis r: the safely valve at the time rf
i \}>l smj. Tiie carpenter says he told
, ; itie.-r there was too much steam on five
!t s before the accident.
•■1 H it. Murdered.
I nit apm i hia. N v. I I.—A lady named
T ivv.iv was killed by her husband on
I . lav ; t Halltowi\ four miles from
«. .N.J. She had sued him f>r u sepa-
. , t ii'iiii e, and obtained a verdict in her
'•>v r. li repn ret! t;> the Louse where she
i and fm-i! a; h''r through the window.
, ■ bail pa--e,l through her head, and she
i instantly.
i ten! of the Steamer City of Glasgow.
l'n<i ad! i.phi k, Nov. 14.—Tlie steamship
< : (J. .-go* arrived here at 5 o'clock this
i:,oi)ii. fioiii Liverpool, bringing 103pussen
r S..e sailed previous to tiie Niagara; and,
it-- , brings no news. The Bishop of
,ii j; isantong the passengers in the Glas
c S .
Ti.ov, V V., N v. 13.—A negro employed
< i- -li i.n r 1 tding at this place was struck
1 ad i i-.iav with a handspike by on" of
. v. killing him instantly. The names
:■ parties are not known. It appears
! n :ro rtljsed logo on shore when or-
Shocking Butchery.
il i uday-bckg, Pa., Nov. 13.—Last night
in named Jas. Shirley, residing between
v . and freed nil, attacked his wife with a
,iet,and beat her brains out. He is sup
- i to be in-ane.
iceidcnt at the St. Charles Hotel.
\1 \v Okleans, Nov. 12.—Mr. Purvis,the
•agu'slu d ntchiiet t, who is building the St.
1 il uel.fi-ll lrom thescaffolding and was
:i. mangled. It is feared he cannot re
' over.
A Douhth i, Story.—A Boston correspon
: 'it til the Woonsocket (R. i ) Patriot telis
lis remarkable story about Jenny Lind: that
■ •nces have sprung u;> between her and
i j-!• u 11cl, and that she has become
fiie w liter gives Syi.to; as his authority, lie
?•!>s, -I have it fom Sontag herself, who so*
Lite i 111 the same city with Lind for several
•inilh, jr. vim-'to comin? to America, and
• - ted her mansion almost daily."
Mr. VVhittimore, of the fir 111 of Bradley,
\\ hitthnorr & Co., contractors for finishing
rii.' Central Ohio R lilio id from Zanesville to
\\ i.r c!.n<i, was killed on Wednesday last, at
Xahc-iville, by a lever bur striking him nr.d
:hr : wing him down an embai.knient, among
>'k», a distance ot 20 feet.
A difficulty between ex-Governor Jones and
•.tie Hon. F. P. Stanton, of Tenn., was amicu
iy adjusted.
Captain Joseph W. Gray, of Berkeley coun
na.s resigned ilia sent in the Virginia house
. delegates.
It is said that the President elect receives
r, j bushels per day of letters, containing up
p' niioiiH for ollice.
Mi*-is?iprt Kkpudiation.—The voters of
"•1 -issippi, at the recent election, decided in
nor of a special tux to pay the "Old Plan
r-' 1! u;k Hoiids."
John W. Cmnegys, arrested in Philadel
phia, on the charge of robbing the mail, was
rraigned on Saturday and plead guilty. It is
-• I he has made full restitu:ion.
PllWl'E IN A IHJIfiiY.—A Shabby Gen
' J 1-"! Story, and other tales, by Win M Thacke
A l.ieoi Vicissitudes, a Story ol Revolutionary
:d - by ti P R James, Esq, author of Pequioills,
It ■ F &.c—2sc
r in a Hurry, by George Wilkes, bound in
it eh- st-T, or the Merry D ys of England, by the
author of A ov Lawrence, etc—soc
i aptaiu R>d, or the Wizard ot the Sea, a Ro
mance, by Prof lugraham, author of Latitte, Bur
lon etc—sJc
Waverley Novels, Boston edition, vol 14th—60c
1 he Ladies New Book ■ f Cocking, a practical sys
tem ,r private families iu town and country, wish
< i i.-i f ( irvh.g and arranging the table for
pa: '■•>• Sc. A'so, preparation ol food for iuvahds
and childien, by Sarah Josephs Hale, illustrated
w ' -I num rous eacravings cloth—sl
T Improved Housewife, or Book of recipes,
'.v ■ ; e.;jrav,nif-, for marketing and carving, by Mis
A 1. \\ ebster—7oc
A i'i< „ti-'» on a Bex of Instruments and the
.. i' oe for the uso of Guagera Engineers, Sea
-)»• . an J Students, by Thos Kentish—7oc
'l ie M-»i*uf icture of Steel, containing the prec
t. -e aiid principles of working and making Steel;
t. iiund hook lor R'acksnhths and Workers in Steel
fcud ii n, VYazonmakers, Die-sinkers, Cutlers and
:aai.aia- tur< r» of File- nnd llardwa'e,-ol Steel and
: i.i.d for men > 1 S ii nee and Ait ; by Fred -
ck t 'vermaa, author of the manufacture ol Iron,
i. r—7sc
i sale by G. M. WEST & BROTHER,
0 i 16 14th street, under Kxcbange Hotel.
ht° (or ea e. Nov. 16tb,
-N '■ Uickeas Hiusehold Words—Gets
u.t No llrtii.-h Medico Review, per
year—3 00
' tapta'n Kyd or the Wizard of the Sea, r. R>
i ice, by i'rui Intraham.
1 if" I Daniel Webster with • brief outline of his
- 1- r Y uth, a home pastime, by Mrs Gil
••• ot tl. ■ ' lUthern Matr n — 50c
V.'jiks with :h ■ Poets,by Mrs CM K rk
i'ei trieg r Talcs and Poems for Youth,
yw o Bourn ; plat h 62c
• i [•..jii's r'lhoutthts, lor Young Men
re i le li f -. by VV H Van 'oren—B7c
. ■ Fruit ulnej; and Gouatosity, a
Mi-- i y Mrs Tuthill -62
t! i l-'ab e L nd, a ci Lection «»f Fables
' . > i .icti, \V Oii urn.—si 00
■ ■■/■- Si; L in and hij Marshals, an il'uslra
te. • vo, e—&> oj
a, aLe nd of the Ohio, by E Bennett,
a ! i'rairii i i ti • 16
\ ' ■ WOKH, BV GP R JAMES.—A Lifr of
"v.. uilwwt, i story of Revolulioaary Times,
K Ja .i . author of Pcqui'iills, Fate, Wojd
< in iiis;:;»ner, ic, 1 vo.—Sic
, . . Kyd, the Wizard ol the Sea, '.y Jii In
.. -y ;.,.rStory, by W U Tnackcraf—
iJr by LEWIS f . SMITH,
.N « spsjier and • '»ie.,p pook Ageut,
B—lt Opvosito AmerieanHole!.
/'A ' op ...d. St.;/-
* * new and b n«Ufat pstteras of Gu Cufr
•- • i' i dants, lira-keif, i
A « .the: jppl> ol Gum Tub,' and Fixtures,
ti- rt ,'e Hurt i
t 'O l"f <».N YAUN.-Xtf'J bales •. s«or.« : Kvi
i ■■ » eby
4/I I j s tXi \lt.— 13'J nags landing andt r
Arrival of the Atlantic.
New York, No*. 15.
Ihe steamer Atlantic arrived lieie to-day.-—
She left I .iverpool on the 3d inst.
Cotton was depressed, and had declined
nearly one eighth. Flour had advanced 3d,
and \\ heat 2d. The Corn market remained
No opposition was anticipated lo the elec
tion of Speaker on the assembling of Parlia
ment. About thirty vessels were wrecked in
the recent gale on the English coast, attended
w ill) great loss of life. The building used as a.
manufactory of Phillips' Fire Annihilator,
near London, was lately destroyed bv fire.
A story was incirculation that an extensive
conspiracy against the President Lad been dis
covered in the garrison at Fontaiubleau. The
vo* j upon the establishment of an Empire will
probably be taken on the 21st and 22 J of this
The Belgian Ministry had been reorganized.
I he Sardinian !V1 inistry had resigned.
Baltimore, Nov. 15 —-Sales of 4000 bbis.
Flour at $5. Red Wheut, $1.07 to $1.09;
wluie, $1.12 to $1.14 New white Corn, 68
cts; yellow, 70 cents.
New York Not. 15.—Sales of 20,000 Ills.
Flour at $5.37 to $5.62 for Southern ; 35,000
bushels Wheat at $1.32 for western white; and
18,000 bushels Coin, at 94 to 95 cents for mix*
ed, and 93 cents for Southern vellow.
I.A.UBiiltt'S UVFJl'li,
I4ih Street, under Kacbouge Ilo:el,
Drawn Ns ; f lie aware, i-.xtra, 14vJ ( Nov 13:
?<» 63 70 7J 31 M : ; 5 x-0 3d 16 5919 9 4ti.
Drawn jios Delaware, Class 137, Nov 13 ■
51 4:5 4o 24 ao '-6 57 13 4u 15 3i. b '
To-diiy —'1 hp Del4ware iStfcte Lottery, ('ias3 No
13' J. Cepita's: $25,000, 10,000, 4000, s3(w, 16 of
1000, &c. 75 numbers,l3 drawn. Vckeu $6 2
I if ' Abo a >::e Dollar I,otter> no 16
B.tUTll's JLOTA'iiKi umuil,
Wall street, under the City Hctel,
Drawn Nos Grand Ct iu iiuatej, Clues y
35 38 5S til 17 11 73 70 53 77 37 32
Ticket 1737 Ed, ®400.
To d iy.—Bel Air 46. Capitals : 1 cf524,000,4
Ot'4'ioo,a ol 8000, 25 cf 600. 85 of 300, 223 ol' 115.
75 numbers, 13 drawn. Tickets §o—shares0 —shares iu pro
Also, Fatapsco, '301 —Capital*: lof $3750, 10l
750. A;c. 75 numbers 12 drawn. Tickets 41.
t! -> i'i SMITH
<<KEt<OKY vV Mi RV,
managers, Richmond, Virginia,
Successors to J. W. Mmiry &. Co.—office N0.62
Main street.
Drawn Nos of Delaware Lottery, No 137, Nov 13:
51 43 46 24 uO 26 57 13 40 15 31 8
To-day.—Capital: 525,000,16 of 10U0, 16 cf
501, Ale 75 numbers, 13 drawn. Tickets $5
To*morrow.—Capital: $35,000, 8 prizes of
3307, 4uU oi 100, Ac.c 7b numbers, 15 drawn Tick
ets Sid. no J6
»*>ViiAVVU.% V, j< Mj'lCSi.
Drawn Nos of Delaware. t\o 137, Nov 13th
-51 43 46 24 20 26 57 13 40 15 31 8.
To-day.—Delaware, Kxtia 118 —Capital $5,539.
75 numbers, !1 drawn. Tickets $1.
Alto, Delaware No 139.—Capital $25,000. 73
numbers, 13 drawn- Tickets $5. no 16
CiiAKKE'S OKFICK, J4ili Street.
Drawn Nog of Delaware, Esira, 142, Nov 18
:ty 65 70 73 aa za 35 v'j 3d 78 oa ia y 46
Quarter ticket 36 70 78, a prize ol &20 soli.
Drawn Nos of Delaware, 137, Mot 13:
51 43 46 SI 520 26 57 13 40 15 31 a.
Qiarter ticket 15 43 46, a prize ol £:iOO sold,
no 15— 2t
j « KKAT iiAttl, Vi> -s IN S.AUI
*JT DRESS GOODS.—Mouslaine Je Laine at six
pence, gotid styles for 10c, tine quality 20 to SO cts,
rich patterns French (ail woo)) 50 ai.d 75 eta, so'id
colors at Is. to 50 cts; French English and Hum >u
Merinos: b'a;k, ma'oor, blue and puiple Velvets
for wrappers; silk-warp Alpicn; tines: quality
Bombazine; red, blue, white t.nd yellow Flanueis;
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vtetings, Linseys, superior
large size Bid Blankets and Quilts; IS 4 Hamilton
Sheetings and pillow cafe Cottons; Indies' Under
Garments, short and long sleeves; a large assort
ment Silk Wtappers, v. "ry cheap; a c tap lot of
negro lilausets and Kerseys; gentlemen's uttd.'r
Shirts and Drawers, with a large assortment ol
Staple aud Fancy D y (ioods, which we are selling
at great bargains, tjr cash, at
Cheap stores, 15 and 09 Main street.
Dress Silks and Crape Shaw: ■.
N. II —Farmers' and Merchants' notes taken ;t
par, Mechanics' and National at par. no 16
jVj KW B'JttKS iS ABl'.NUAStii, lor sale
1 * at L L SMITH'S, opposite American Hotel
Captain Kyd, the Wizard of the Seas, by J 11 in
graham, author of Ltlitte, the Quadroon, ao, coni
plete in 1 vol—priceooc
Rochester, or the Merry Da\ sot England, bj the
nu'.h ir of Auiy Lawrence, Statiii 'lu Ha i dtc —
50 cts
A Shabby Genteel Story, by W M Thackerav —
Men's Wives, by W M Thackeray—sCc
The Book of Snobs, by \\ M Thackeray 50c
The Ye. low Ihush Paper*,, by W M Thackeray—
The Palis Sketch Book, 2 Vols, by W M Thacke
ray—s 1
I'll Volunteer, or the Maid of Monterey, a tale et
th Mexican vVar, by Ned Buniiine—SOc*
J he liivouao, or the Rival Suitors, by Max .vell—
G< ntleman Jack, or Life on the Roa '—20c
Lilly Hawsoc, or th-; Smugglers ol the Mill —
SO Cts
j be (iueiilla Ohitf, or Romance < f War—ooc
Gallant Tom, or Perils of the Ocean—Ssc
Mag ol Our Union, VVavority Magazine, Star
Spai _ied Balint r, He m Gazette, Musical Woi'd,
Atneiic n Courier, Golden Dollar, Uncle Sam,
Yankee Privateer, itc, for this week. roll!
| OSl',—Betwem my restueiice and that of
Mayor Lambert's, 1 lost my I'oeUet Hook
this morning, containing sundry papers and tiiL_, -
two dollars of the following nous, a c., as Well lis
recollected, viz : two twenty t'o'.t.r not.a ol Ex
change iia k; two live dol >r notes of North Caro
lina; -J one dollar not sofl'urce i; and 1 tw > dollar
note ol the same, and eight collars ol bai k not re
menibeie j, but think they were of Noith Caioiina
and Purci li'o notes. The hnderot it will be suita
bly rewarded it she Pocket Book and its comems be
It It at this cilice.
S'£0 jLtX—From my n sidence.c jrner et Fiaiii
liu aria -tu streets, jutt b fire t; o'clock o.i
li-day t vmi.'it', a case ol SLMGiCAL I.NSl'iiU-
MfeiN'i. .;ud two OVER CuA IS, cie bisok, the
otharoiali h' color. Tut r : ; was a s.lver plate on
it. instruiucnt cast- inuiked George V O.is, Jr.,
K.'eamond, and each ii.stiumeti bore the l an.eof
t-'tj ri i.ter,-'Lhaiiiere." J will pay a larg reward
;■ i h recovery ot ih'j Inetium tits, and sui'able
coinneti -atioo it the Coats s:e rt turned t me.
n is—o.* Corner Franklin and to jtreets.
its Mountain, and
1 Sbo ! v Ji piim Rail Butter, ju = ! to hand,
and tor toic t-y GSO> A HUM'I FY,
•I doorsabo' eOid Market,
nolo—St* Eiankiin str«ct.
k-N ill Jt i« I'ft CO A!,.— ihe euoscrlber is
no., recei. lug oy sciir J Kusltng, a cargo ol
No. 1 Red Ash COAL, which he will deliver r.*.
&:• 7o |.er cart iotd, if taken from vessel. Orders
left at M atis Aleaacd-«r Nott ii C'o.'s Auciiou
Store will receive oiotnpt alte.-itioe.
no 15—(if P. C LARUS.
Hiil HR i'A.UiEV iIA.US.—kO t-L... Ca,
1 sards Sc. Schuttes brands, receiving this mora
iuk, for iiiie by
Me*™. TAYLOR * CLARKE, Lessees
Mr. W M . WARD „...Bu g e Manager.
TMb Evening, N»t. 16th, 1853,
VV"" .....Mr Marchant
Rolando Ward
Juliana Mia« Susan Denin
Vol,nte Miss Kate Denin
Scotch Medley M l le Theodore
To conclude with
18th. Uth and 20th of November.
Ajuiission—so cents, children and servants half
Tbe Proprietors of the Souther*. Circus have
much pleasure and confidence in presenting their
Company as it now staods to the Richmond public.
!*ince they visited 'hi« city in the Spring, they have
expended over Jrftttn thousand dollars iu makiii"
tht« the most perlect establishment of the kind in
the world
Th't arenas of all Europe have been drained of
tlie»r equestrian ability. The burning deserts of
Arabia scoured foi intelligent and beautiful horse.*
1 hf> Theatres of this country and England have fur
nished dramatic talent, and the Rocks of th« North
ern Hebrides climbed to procure diminutive and
cat ious performing Ponies. *
'i'be Southern Circus
disclaims connection with any other. As it now
stands, it is composed ot one hundred Horses and
Ponies, and seventy-five Performers and Attaches.
Among tne latter are all the Stars in tl« profession.
During their stay in Richmond a constant succes
sion of Novelt'e-! will be produced
continues to lead the Male Equestrian exercises
will appear in her superb acts upon the newly pur
chased and hit til) trainnd Arabian Horse Jupite--
wih introduce an act of horsemanship never before
attempt- d by any perfirraer.
I3P" Remember! Remember'.! Ri member !!!—We
d" not come ou Friday, the 12th, but we do tome on
Thursday, the 18th.
16th, Disbale'a Celebrated Original Paint
ings of
Representing the temptation r.n. expulsion, painted
lor Char.es X, of Frai.ce These sublime works
of A't have been exhibited in Europe and the Uni
ted States the past twenty jears, to the universal
drr.iraticn of over two m l ious of persons.
Tue Agent respectfully informs the citizens of
Richmond that these are tie same original Paint
ings by Dili uft that were exhibited in the Cjurt
Room in this city in 1835.
A register of the names can be seen at the door.
Open from 9, A M, till 10. P. M. Brilliantly il
luminated evjry evening.
Admission the whole week, 25 cents. Schools
admitted on liberal terms
Season Tickets 50 cents. A description will be
given every evening, at 8 o'clock. no 11—ts
A A complete set ol Fixtures, in good order for
manufacturing six boxes per day, consisting in part
of two large size Flattening Screws, two do for
sheeting, with mills complete'; four do for boxes;
;;iso, 8 s mills. 3 s do pound, do y. pound do, bauds,
billets, stoves, benches, and every other article that
is necesjary. The factory iu which these fixtures
are, can be rented at a very moderate price, say
about 5>75 per year. The above fixtures will be of
fered for sale privately, until the 16th of Decembsr;
if not disposed oi before that time, wili be sold at
pubdc miction, of which due notice wiil be given.
For further information apply to
no I.3—Pic* PULLIAM & DAVIS.
rfp WENT* Til Us AN s> BO LLA US
No 176, cor ner of Broad and 6th streets lutei d
ing to make a change in our business, we are now
offering at prime cost, for cash, cur large and well
self et-d stoek of STAPLE and FANCY DRY
GOODS, c.asLsiing of the usual variety kept in a
Jobbing and Retail Store. Our entire stock has
been bought *jr cash oul}-, at tue bestlNorthern
mnrrkets and agjnts of trauuftcturers. Uivinu
just received our second supply of Fail und Win
ter Goods, we are enabled to show aa entire fresh
and handsome assortment suitable for this season.
We inviteotur fir-undo and thejpubiic generally to
£ ve us a*i early call, as we are ctecc.mkicd to close
wUt 8' OU
O* ha d, a lew pieees double Ply Carpet, and a
lot of ready made Servants' CLO l lil.'xG.
no 15—c%r. J a-. M. ROSENBAUM
i'UK HtiS'V, a brick House ou Marshall
«fc-ll street, near Ist «tr> ot, containing about 5
rooms, %vith tiie usual out hou,es, &c , all it) first
rate order, ai d is wnll adapted tor the acconiiiio
dation of a genteel family. Apply to
no 15 -in James m. TAYLOR.
gtf™ 10K It KM', that Framed House on the
east side of li d, betwesn Grace and 1' ranklia
etre. t-, at J now occupied by Mr VV. S. Woodson.
T lie house contains about 5 rooms, with many con
veniences, Arc. Apply to
n 13 -3t JAS. M TAYLOR.
i HiMt. l i «Tk7 — ,L\ V his determined to
' ' reduce i.is stock, ao-.i in onler to do so, w.li
greet y i tluce his prices. It is useless to enume
rate t.,e prices and ttyles of goods, but in a lew
words he .tys he has l!ry (locus ol all style® and
qualities, and the pricus considerably le£3 than in
othei stcres. lie has in view an object which ren
t'ors it te cessnry to so.l oil his stock as. soon as pos
sible So ladles, il you want to save money, give
Levy a nail, and you will net be oi,appointed, but
w'.li leave his store fully convinced that the cheap
est goods are to be had o'
no 15 201 Broad street.
rjVv\>.:»TV-r:s«;uT HUD<->. e IM.UK
_L SiDfcS AND SHOULDERS, uow and winter
cured, landing and tor sale by
A>»S, I.alTd AM) BREASTS.—S hhas
and 20 tietces winter cured Hams; 5 t erces
new do ; 15 do do Breasts ;io bbls do Laid, landing
and lor saie by
ro 15 . JuilN 11 CLAIBOBNE.
i IKtIC li HA VA N A A>f> I ■RlNtHl'ii
Vj CIGARS.—(to hand, a large and i mplete as
sorttni ut ot tr.e trust choice and popular brands of
genuine Havana and l'lincite Cigars. 'I hose who
are fond of a fragrant Havana auti a " good smoke,"
should not tail to try those, at
no 15 Corner opposite the Old Market.
rniLAIA CLOAKS.—This new and beautiful
L garment his ju»t l-een received, to which we
would c 11 the attention of those who wish a novel
style ol' our garment. The Talma Cloak ha 3 re
ceived the highest commindati na from nil who
have examined it tor warmth, conver iet.ee and
beauty Call *.t No IC3 Main street, and examine
for yourselves.
uo 13 HENRY 3IIAFEK & Co.
1.5 ( uiTlf KttM* M AiWUlsa iiti.A'i i ><'•'.
—This bit:.- e is unsurpassed by i.ny other
1 r purity, li -'i =s d ilie cbrysikline
cpi« arus.ee ot tt e J. lly ui d<> wish it.
B sue to y t tee Ambsr G lttine, which
for rtreegth, s chneaa, and nhaapaart. •tu-.dj ntl>
vailed. Si.id in it thin -nJ, Va ,by
PIii'CELL, LAHB A. Co , i>ru r -2u ! .
itia put up iti packages of 1 pound" eaci,
wh iti aregn >-rtirlded into 4 i t parcils. holt
r Vl'/.l 4VEII to arrive in u tew days per beg
Xj it.iunjpoLd !rom l'rovlde ;co. Rhode Ul< nd—
XVjO bushels Mercer Potatoes
£0 barrels Apples
S3 do C.der
£QUO ctm;gi Oeto. s—for silo hy
nolo 11. RANKIN.
O'-yE iitksTitiiu" aaw» eutMa iZ\-
GL'YRA Cul l iIE, landing per e.ca:n.or, fjr
sale by
botßlEiS Ullll.S I>K.V MiW OU-
I LLANS cl'C.Ai', tor sale by
iVtHV lauding troui steamer Penn-;) Ivtni ■>, ati
i. v baits Mercei Potato#', very fin-', a:id for sale by
no 15 it. RANK N
\l] HAL.H 01L.—5 ci-sks landing from tchr
W He.n: i :o, for tule by
oY*»Tfcllt UItOILLUM,—Ana «ui,cnsntjust
to hand and lot tale at reduced prices by
C. J. BINToN t CO ,
Sijß'.ftle Circ-'arjitw, 71 Maic street
to li
11 iittb DAia.
By Gearge J. Burner.
NITURE —On WEDNESDAY, 24th instant, com
mencing at 10 o'clocu, at the late residence of Hugh
Rileigh, decras»'d, comer of Franklin and Twenty-
Sixth streets, [nn Church Hill.] wili be sold the
entire household and kitchen Furniture belonging
to hia e-tate. viz:
Marbletnp Tabies and Sideboard, vcy elegant
arm-Chair, Tete aTete and parlour Chairs, covcrcd
wi'h Brocslette; S fia, Lounges, Ottomar.s maho
gany Cnairs, Book Case and Library, gilt framed
Paintings and Prints, parlor, chamber, pasaage and
stair Carpeting.
PIANO, made by Dubois and Stoddart, N Y., and
nearly now, six and a half octaves; first rate cham
ber FurnitHre : high post and Fre.ich Bediteads,
>eatcer Beds find hair Mattrasses, marble top Wasa
f lands, Bureaus, Mirrors, very elegant Wardrobes,
and in lact, everj article of comfort, and many or
namental goods for furnishing a house handsomely.
£jp~TEBMS made known tee diy of sale
Administrator of Hugti Rileigh, deceased
E}' George J. Sn.nuer.
Peremptory >a i,e of a laxge
morning, the 25th inst, commenc fg at 10 o'ciocn,
in the large room .ever the store of Eliaa Hale, No
i'„ 6 Mi in street, will be gold tt auction, without re
ttrte, a very large and valuable collection ot Oil
I'aintiugs, in richly ornameated gilt frames. The
greater portion ot this collection, is the private
property ot a gentleman, end contains many beauti
iui and costly pictures; atd as the conditions of
the cons .gnu eut call lor a peremptory sale "to
cover advances mHde by the consignee," the whole
wili be sold without the least leserve.
Ihe paintings wih be open for exhibition on
W eiineeilay, th« 17ih iast, v/hen the public ii re
spectfully invited to ctll and examine them.
Descriptive catalogues will be ready ior distribu
tion at the time.
Terms c.~:sh. Sale to be conducted by
no IS—dtd GKuKtiE J SUMNER, Auct.
tiOLl) FURNMUKE, kc—Wiil be sold at
public auction the Household Furniture of the late
nirs Harris, ou Wednesday , the 17th of Novem
ber, at 3 o'clock, P. M-, at tie house of Mr August,
on Broad street, between Madison and Monroe sts.
no 16—'I. BOLDEMANN, Adm'r.
Will be sold on Tuesday, the 23rd November, s
5 o'clock, upon the premises, those two Framed
Houses and Lots and two vacant Lots, situated cn
the north side cf Marshall street, between 18tli and
19ih streets, near the resiiencj cf Mr James H
Puindexter. The houses contain about 4 rooms
each, with the usual cut-houses, and are in excel
lent order, witli lots attached fronting 25 feet each,
and running back 't6'J feet.
Of the vacant Lots, the one at the corner of Mar
shall and Ittth streets, fronts 25 feet; and the other
two front 4'J ftet each, and run back ItSJ feet. The
improved portion of the above property ii now
rented at a gooi rent; and lrom its convenience of
access to the heart ol the city, and its retired loca
tion, the whole of it might be made to yield a band
some per cent upon its probable cost; and this pro
perty being beyond the co:poration iue, is exempt
from city taxes.
Tjcrms—One third cadi; balance at G and 12
months, with interest, the credit payments to be
secured bj a tru6t deed.
no 15 JAMES M. TAVLOR, Auctr.
Leaves Richmond regularly ceery Tmsdau afternoon
at -1 o'clock.
By the Klegant Side-wheel
The elegant side-wheel Steam
-s^pLßhipLßhip ROANOKE, Lewis Parrish,
ft* Coiiimander. will be ready to re
ceive fieight to day (Monday) at 12
o'clock, M, permnt ng, and will continue
to reccive it up to the hour of 1 o'cl ck, P M, to
morrow, (Tuesday.) the lfith it) St. and wiil leave at
4 o'clock in th« aft rnojn of that day, by which
hour passengers will please to be on board.
Passage to New York, including mea's and
tine state room accommodations, only §10
Stee rage passage, only. 5
This line has no connection with any other.
Shippers will oblige ns by not sending any freight
down this trip which is re t engaged at our ctiics,
as the bulk oi her cargo has already been engaged.
Shippers are req-ji st d to send in the name of
their consignees as soon as their frei ht is down
r „ glT"" fc, tue BELVIDEKE, Capt (iifford,
" nl h " receive I':eight tc
uaj, ,y; at 12 o'clock M, weather permitting,
ana will continue to receive it up to the hour of 2
o'clock. P. M. to-morrow the itith in.'t.
to 15—"-t LUDLAM A WATS UN [3
SYLV.-\MA. Capt Biiymoie, i-i now
■ ead; to receive freight, and will sail U'ednts*
day, the 17th inst, atSo'csock A M.
For freight or pajsa.-e apply to
to 15 R. RANKIN.
/ HJFKiifc. (jiiNn.—Now reca-vu g jwr sclu
%j Henrico, a full supp yof superior block tin
C« ff-M? Urns, holding from 0110 to five gallons,
which we fca'ervery i»w.
C. 1. SINTON i CO,
Sign of the Circular Saw. 71 Main street,
no 15
JUsT received a splendid assortment oi ladies'
Dressing Cabinets, spring-scat Tete-a-Tetes,
Sofas, Rocking Chairs. See., which will bj closed
out cheap.
no 15 ALEX. NOIT 6c 90.
Evening Postof July 15th. has the following:
Wot eester's i ianos,- -A correspondent who
does not seem to place implicit faith in what he
reads in advi ltuements, asks us if Worcester's
Pi inos are to be relied on. We answer emphati
cally, yes. \\ edo not think Mr Worcester make?,
cr would sell, a poor Piano at any price, and we
have thi best authority—our own > xp«rience —lor
saying, tuP.t, ia sweetness and duraLidty of tone,
they are not surpassed.
The Now York Commercial Advertiser of Jur.e
■j, 1852, says: '-Our preference, for many reasons,
but especially because if the superior sweetness ol
tore, 13 for Worcester's Pianos, We hare had one
111 uee for a considerable time ar.d we have nev*-r
met with an instrument which plaas, d us so well.
And combined with the superiority of toi.e and
clegacce and Etr«ngth in the construction. We do
net think any manufacturer surpasses Mr. Wor
cester, if any equals him, in the most important
features of a good piano."
All iustrwa-nts sold with a full guarantee, and
warranted to give iatislaciioj, ormon y returned
Late D. inker & Morris, Publisher and Bookseller,
no 13—3t
DOdl£t>, BOOHS, Nt VV'Ml'Ai'KKsk AND
chester, or the Marry Days of England, by the au
thor tt the Young Cheval er, Atn.—sbc
Aunt Pliil is' C.iUa, by Mrs Eastman
No 44-i Littell'3 Livi: g Ago
A Shabby Gen lot 1 Story nnd other Tales, by W
1:1 ihat^e:ey
T.i Y iito; Cha:npion, or the Tory and l.is
Lengue i b Revolutionary story i f land and sea—
2 c
Ti.e FotCet, by J V Iluntir.gtcn, aulh' r of Lady
A>c :, ,vc.
JoOOc.pks of he Winston Tragedy yet on Land
price Isc
i U'-' t ;ih Musketeer—2oc
Coi i:j . Almasza — 25?
<. lesson's.Pietori •!, Set Port, Weekly find Duly
K. Y. Ht "ild, Ne-.v i'oik Spirit 1 the'li re , Police
<1 Flag, lUm» r, \\ uvetiy, Pick, Picay iue,
Salmtlty C urier, bit. Gozett •, Gola n Luiiar,
Piiva .. lijcl-' Sam Bid Lantern, ail lor this
i- eos, t li.er witn every iliing in lh-- cheap pub
ii aion i.ne, wholesale and retail
1 r a 1! tii« Northein D.i y and Week y News
papers, Mag ifkies, 4c., UPj* Hi ad street
N B—Another lot cf No 1 Violli.s, CuiUrs, Ac
corti • i.s. Clarionetts, Files and lioiijes, just
received and for tale cheap—the be. t iu ihe city.
BiiKAtsi' l'itCtS>.-i cask) iruiu
»t«3»mier, lor esit; by
to It U KM', that iIL-Urabie tiusiuc## ttand
gsS No lfi, M .!a ttreat, r.t pr»-n lit occupied by
Styaie. .u jiiveu the tat lie
eemMr, 1852. App'ytn HKSitY C J£NK£,
no ll—Sttwtl At Etiwlri Woriiau x Cot.
~ By Jw M Taylw.
On i NEXT, the 17th inst at 4J o'clock in the after
°A° n ' th« premise*, two building lota, situat
ed at the north eastern intersection of 26ih and P
•treets; each lot fronts 35 feet six inches, and ex
r,e" 132 feet - These lou are well to
building parpotea.
rnrr?-b?t~[ J * e Wird CMh ' balance at four and eight
the whoteL " d ,h ° ri£le relßined cntl!
no 13 JAMES M.TAYLOR. Auct.
SEXT m. I.™
the afternoon, upn the premises, at the risk and
costs of the purchasers the *of, at a recent sale a
lot of land situated on Union Hi!], neß r the re'si
dence of Dr Str. cker, fronting 26 feet on the south
side ol Short street, and running back 132 feet
The sale wili be mate without limit or reserve
Tehm3.—One-third cish, balance at 6 and 12
months, with interest and the title to be retained as
security far tbe credit payment,
no 13 JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auct.
Market «„ar uhs or small
Rfc-NT AT AUCTION—On Friday next, the
19th inst., at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, upon the
premises, will be offered tor rent from that day
until th; Ist day of January, 1854, ihit small Farm
known as ''Mansfield," situated north of and over
looking the city, and withm a frw steps of the cor
poration line The Farm contains about 30 acres
of jood laud, which is well adapted for the cultiva
tion of vegetables, &c. The improvements consist
of a dwelling house and the usual out houses, and
the premises are under s scd enclosure.
On account of its great convenience to the city,
this property is wormy the attention of those wish
it g market gardens, ice
Teems—A bond will be required with approved
security for the payment of the rent quarterly,
no 13 JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auctr.
BY FULLIAiV iV i) »VI s, Auctioneers,
Desirable klai, instate in the
On FRIDAY, the 19tb day of this month, at3ii
o'clock, P. M., on the prenrses, in the town of Msn
cfce-ter, we will sell, without reserve, the following
Real Estate,to wit: First, thj Teoeaient now occu
pied by Mrs- Day, on Main street. 'Ill" dwelling
has six rooms and a store, and cellar basement,
kitchen, &c Seeond, a small Tenement in rear oi
the dwelling. Third, the Dwelling House now oc
cupied by J B Gill, Esq, being a two story h use
with five rooms, kitchen, smoke house, well cf good
wnter, and a tine garden. Also, a lot of Ground,
containing I}£ acres, on the square next below the
Farmets' Hotel The aforesaid property is sold oy
order of the heirs of tfce late Walter C. Day.
Immediately after, we will sell two Tenements
on the street immediately ia rear of Jamej M Per
due iSc Co'*.
The whole of the above named property wi;l pay
15 ps-r cent, on what it wiil probably sell for There
is not one vacant h .use in the town of Manchester
Teems—One-third cash, balance at 6 and 12
months, interest added.
no 13-tds PULLIAM & DAVIS, Aucts
\ A LtABL E fl.Ot it I NOl UILLnt Aue
V lion. Ert-<leriik«l>urj;,—The subscriber will
effer for s .le, en S-uurday, Nivember 20th, (if not
sold privately before) in front of the United Ststes
Hotel, in Fredericksburg,at 12 M, his Beileinout
Flouring Miil, near this p'ace, situated at the
head of tide water on the Rappahannock river in a
gof d wheat country, and where the fljur can be
boated 1)£ miles to vessels, and the tine wheat crops
of the Rappahannock brought up to the miil This
mill isin tine running o:d-r, with four pair best
French burrs, new bolting c;ofh», patent fl .ur pack
ers, and iron machinery, the subscriber having ex
pended fiiteen hundrtd dollars in pcifecting the
machinery very lately. The flour from the mill
has always stood high, and commands from 5l) to
75 cents over common suptr in New York, Boston
and Charleston, SC. Freights by steamboats twice
a week, and sailing vessels also al from 8 to lOcts.
per barrel to Baltimore. Flour barrels to be bad
on the spot, and the necessary labor for conduct
ing the business on fair terms. The demand for
extra fl-iur from Virginia, that is known to keep
well for foreign shipments, renders milling proper
ty in this section desirable to any one wishing to
engige in a good business, where at the end ot the
year there are no remnants or small accounts. The
property is now lent! d for twelve hundred dollars
a year, and in demand. Ins ired in the Mutual Co
ior 9.0G0 dollars. Terms liberal, aud will bu in the
j !vaeh ot'any re-ponsibleperson. Apply before sale
day to
noil—d2w JOHN F FICKLIN.
yAl.t AT IttmK CO'l'i'At.K.-Uy virtue
of" a deed of trust from Thomas Steers, dated
!t»th day ot September, 1852, and of a deed oftrust
from Thomas Stem s ami Mary Ellen iiii wife, da
ted the titti day ol Octorer, 1852, both of which have
been duly admitted to record in Hanover county
court office, the undersigned trustee, appointed by
said deeds, will proceed to sell, ou Thursday the
ISth day of November, (if fair, it not the nest
ttir day.) beginning at 12 o'clock at ROSE CUT
TAGK, iti H-nover, t,';out 8 miles from Ricbmond,
and not far from Central railroad, a!! the property
in thesaij deeds conveyed, consisting ot the iarui
known as Hosts Cottngr, sui ject to a 'ientccre
on lbs SISOOJ and interes:, and to » file for the en
forcement of said lim : also a go< d buggy tntl tim'-
ness, a threshing machine, neni ly new, farming lui
p!tments, a- ploughs, b of», takes, spades, Ac, a lot
of cattle, cut hay, and straw, growing corn, ic; al
so. for the balance of the pie?ent year, four slaves,
Joe, and Rose, and at the same time
biid be sold the household and kitchen
furniture at Rose Cottsge.
term to the real estate, made kuown at the
time ot sale. As to the personal prt perty, caeh for
sums of 20 dollars and under; for sums over 20
dollars, four months credit for appro red endorsed
negotiable notes.
do 11—dtd ■ Kit HOWISON,
By Jauies .X. Taylor.
POVtt VERY UEalt£.*BLE KfcrtlDE.N.
i 1 CLS AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on Tuesday,
November2lk!,at 2% o'clock P M. upon the premi
ses, those four very desirable brick houses and lots
situated at the corner of 19th anci Broad sts. These
houses are tinisUec in the most approved style, and
are in excellent oder, containing about li rooms
each, with brick kitchens ac.d the other usual out
houses. The lotsfiont about 27X feet, and tun
back about 132 feet to a 20 foot paved alley ; and all
ot these houses are at present occupied by excel
lent tenants at fair rents.
i his propeity being pleasantly located wi'hin a
few minutes wain of the heaviest business portion
of the city, market, dock, ice, prsseats unusual ad
vantages to those wishing residences retired, yet
convenient to those points.
Term-I—One-third1—One-third cash, the balance at sis and
twelve mouths, witn interest and satistactorily se
no 6 JAME3 M TAYLOR, Auct.
By Wellington lioddia.
Lax rockltts, for sale at auction
Will be sold, on Wednesday, the 17th day of No
vemb' r, 1852, upon the premises, ii lair, if iiot the
next fair day, commencing at 'a»i; p.«si two o'clock
P M, from iUO to 100 heuut'fully located lots, front
in? on the eastern side of the illismsburg read,
or the south line ol a continuation < f Nicholson St.,
and t ither side of several cross streets. Each .ot
has a iront of thirty feet, and an average depth ti
O" e tunc red and ten leet to an all .-y. iiifcse iota
beine admirably located, ere valuable not on y r
bui ding purpewa, but many ol them a on-i iu
brick clny "'»»* excellent quaHty.—
Tlw>elcta vewitkia thrM sqaaresi ttoa ••Ouirn*
»u» .-''anJ," so that persons can at ail tunc. U- u »u
en- v cl"»Vu an i coinloriable mode of t arc! to or
f,any part of he city. The **;e will be m ;ae
wi 1. ut the least limit or retOi ve,ao tiat capua uU
und others can attend with the ss ; urance that eve
rv let < ffered w!Upositively be sold , .
T roii, ooe-tLird ca?b, bala- -e at four and eigot
months, for negotiable uut»iuwect added, secur
(Ji v a trust o: title ret •. ed.
no 11—dtd VV GOLDIN. Auct
~ity JuHN K. 19. i'A V icwlill* H.
j AND, II O V » b li o E D i'UttNITIiUE,
iJ CKOt'J*. HOUs*. C'uVVd, A.C . AT AUCTION.
Will b<? ca Friday, t'-j i&U m.t, U 11
o* c ;.,tk if lair, i. uot, he txt lair day, my tract of
Uiid situated i.ith.; county of Cfce»terfi id, IB Killer
Jjrom the city of Richmond, contai'.icg 150 acr«.
snd within 3*JO vwd* ot theßi- hiaoudat.il Danvi.;.'
KaiirOad The iojproTiroi- n:»art; cottfj.-tibie, atd
toe land in ago 4 atais of cultivation. AUo, t'ue
crop oi Con. Oau, liny, Fodier, lloutch jld Furai
tu.e, a number o! y*ttng Hog», Milfh Cows, &c.,
X.c. Term* at «a!a. J. si DUV'Ai.L.
tra'3 to tie conducted by ia>) II i> Payne, Aoct.
no 3
2~ KHAI Lt» iJATfcS, 1. r (We by
»> i,o 15 DAVKNI'OHT, ALI.KH fe CO.
RIO COVKKK.-3jU bs,'.- tine quality lauS
icg ana tor taie vy
-— imo uaV.
Wtt St Cm. g
TTtMOKNING, ir*rl«*
z* wUI *^«pSS
-30 heary beaver Over Com*
01 P ,e ®? * od cut Dry Good*
00 dozen Tumblers
Lot of House Furniture
1 large line top Counter, with manw
no 16 ALEX. NOTT & CO, Aoct>
DAY, I6:h iustant, c >mmencing'at 10 o'clock,
we will ael! at our auction store a genera! assort
ment ot Groceries, consisting in part ol—
90 hhds Sugar, part prime quality
145 bag® Laguyra and Rio Coffee
50 bbls New Orleans Molasses aLd Syrup
40 bbl* Hje Whiskey, part old and very supe
rior quality
Gunpowder and Pouchong Tea
Mustard, C;gars. Indigo
Tkbms—Under dli-0 cash, over #100, four menth*
credit, tor approvt d negotiable paper.
Sale without reaa'd to weather.
u'JNLOP, MONCURE & CO, Auctioneers,
no 13
By George J. >utoner.
V E nu's »AI,E AT AL e
ts Jkivi-Vwviv,.. t NU silvkr watch-
ttth November, commencing at
10 o cli ck, at the Store No loe Maiu streeLup
"aire, will be »o d a »ery est- nsive aasor.ment ot
Fine Gold English Patent Levers, Horn the but
do do do Detached dj, &c, do do do
do Silver do do do do ao do
And a large assortment ot the newest atvles of
JEWELRY, consisting of
Lsdies' and Gentlemen'# Breast Pins, Finger Rings,
Kar Rings, Guard, Breast and fob Chains; a
large assortment of Perfumery and Fancy Ar
ticles, of every description, consisting of many
ornamental and useful goods, never before seen
in Richmond, til of which the public is invited
to inspect the dtj previous to sale.
Teems made known the day ot sale.
GhORGK J. SUMNER, Auctioneer
f?' The sale will be continue,l from day to
day, until the whole consignmeit is disposed o4
no 8
By Alexander >ott A. Co.
OUR EVENLNU .hacks will be continued
until the season closes, commencing at seven
o'clock, at which time we will sei! Irons the shelves,
iu lots to suit purchasers, a good selection ol piece
arid cut dry goods, hardware, cutlery, guns, pistols,
gold «nd silver wa'ches, and clocks and time pieces
of eveiy desciiption. Also a eeueral assortment of
ftncy goods. ALE a NOTT ic CO,
tiQ 1 Auctioneers.
iHAKUtfAI/'fiMtS, — -■
Mnjnl lllr "' DEALERS IN BOOTS,
Main street, opposite the Exchange Hank, respect
fully invite strangers vUitiug the citj, and the pub
lic generally, to call and examine their large and
complete assortment ol articles in the above line.
Their prices will be found ti be as low »s those of
any otner house, whether by the single pa : r, dozen
or east:. The stock embraces—
Gentlemen's Dress Shoes, Gaiters and Bootees
Do calf, kip, and stout Boots and Bootees
You'll** Pools and Bootees, oi many kinds
Servant's Brogues, bourn: and-unbound
Ladies' Shoes, Buskins, Kids, jeuny Linds, ice
Ladies' black, bronze snd colo.ed Gaiters
Buskins and Boot, es lor seivant women, various
Misses and Children's Shoes, in great variety
Travelling Trunks, plain Leather and tlair
tsT All of which are'offerod at the lowest r*»es.
PEMBERTON & BltO, 161 Main sr.
Exchange Bank, Richmond, Va.
se 17—3 m
MFOR HEM' UK SALE, that very
agreeable suburban retreat, known as the
Cottage, immediately opposite Warsaw, tn the
town of Sidney. The building ie of brick, nearly
new, and contains four excellent rooms with every
convenience, out In uses, Ac., with a well of ex
cellent water in tbe yard. Ihi're are also two
acres of land attuched in a hue state of cultivation,
which, it p.operiy managed, will produce tom four
to five bundled dollars in vegetables, Ac. To a
good tenant, it wiil be rented cheep; and posses
sion given immediately. For further particular?,
aj-ply to JOHN H. SiSAYRES,
oc 2t>— ts At the Columbian Hotel.
FuR SALE —'lhe subscriber is authorised to
seii that veiy neat and desirably loca ed residence
on th° Kaat lice of 9th street, tearly ojpuaite to
the C.ty Spring, now occupied t>y Mr* Alu G Car-
t>r. '1 ha "whole premigeg a r e new and are Suiahed
very handsomely. The house has four room*,
with lira places to each. Alio, the large three at jry
biick. Tenement en the North side uf Broad, be
tween ;):h ana 10th streets, now occupied by Mr*.
Mary B. Brackett The location of this liouie, to
near the Capitol Squire, m d the bminess pari of
the city, 'a edaiirably ad .pted to the proieasiouai or
buiiie sa in n. Apply to
no 13 It W. GODDIN
UTv,Uf«, AC'COKUiiONts AftU
FLUTES.—P. H. TA>!,ORhas in store the
largest and b' «t aj»o:tm it of Musical Instrument*
ai.u Music to be found in the State.
Piimo iiiid .Xu»ir More.
10 I 160 Main street, opposite the Hanks.
L'ANCV I't liH. —1 would most reapectluiiy
J/ call the attention of the l.adie«, to my assort
ment ot fancy f urn; consisting oi Kiack aud natur
al Lj nx Mutts, Mountain Martin, Crosa I ox, Gen
ett, «.ud Coney do. A grftat variety tor Misars and
Childien do.; Also Victorines A: Cutfii, from low
pr.ced tu the tih. st artice!—which 1 am I'ispoaed
to sell ts low as similar goods cm b3 purchased in
New Vork
• PEN.—A further supply received, in regard
to which the National li.teuigencer says: "They
are coiittrucleJ aad lnauuiactured on an '-Etireiiew
principle', thereby embracing nil the desirable elas
ticity, «:.d every other pleating quality of the quill
pen His having been a prof asor ot penmanship
for upwaids ox thirty years would enable him to
study the delects and supply ti-e deficiencies that
have heretofore txiated in the tormatioo of gold
ptua" For tale by Ci.KNc.l A; JAM LU,
no 10 Kagie Square.
Pf,ATLJJ WAICK. —Castors, Caks Baskets,
Tea Sets, and W'ai'.era, of the richest and la
test styles. A!ao, Papier M&che Goods, in great va •
riety. DreSiine Ca»< ■«, for the toilet and for trav
»lliii j; B' jt.zc uri.umtnts *:.d Car dt labras, Mantel
C iici* tiL. Tea T.aya Ju.l r* ceired. and for tain
no 4 Main itrfet.
j « KJL.J> CLOTHING HTOKt , 1 :i<&
F >iai» street, Hfchmoud, Va.—T:i«»ub
acribora would rtapeclftriij tail the attrition of the
citizenaof iliciimoiid ai.d the surrounding country
to their very large end w !! aeiecbd itockof iieady
Made Clothing, ci.Uiistiog oj every atyie and
quality for Fail and Winter w«r, all which we gar
rautne t>; »«!1 low«r thin any <J. ode of tt» tame
quality in thf city ot Richmond. We, therefore, in
site al! who vruh to obtain a good art'cie at a very
10.v price- to give ua a call.
AU >, a very select atock of tettttemeea'
F Gooc».
te •ib—iia K. DliCuL' tc CO.
C Ua». It. lJarrcja. J«hn A. Bar sen*.
No. Ifio, Main tTiMx.T, (hkajult orrossTE
Ti:u Kxchanok Hank,; iliCHttuHD, \'a ,
VU lItKE tb«y wiU tcankitaliy r.ieejve and
™T promptiy execute aii woik animated to
11. tu
ft. t!.—Order* iroia t'-e country r.*peciiuily eo-
Kcib d. au 30—Am
NOTICE.— All (jKM-iiu indi bted to the late Arm
ot I'KAKii, BitADLEY & CO, either by Bond
or op :;i aecuutit, are f-arneaUy requeated to eotno
for *ard aod settle lh< :n, aa no longer foduigesea
will be girfco. Th eeaccounu are of long ataaciag
| acd iiiiu: \>-s aeuled.
A:ao, al' pertona indebted to ua, *hoae account*
are dua, are requited to at! tie th»« apeedJiy. for
we are dot>muioa to have tk<*n atUled without
au 31—ta BRADLEY k. BROTHER,
r/j tIHDH Mc'oCOVADO SUUAR, leeetnoTwd
<JU for sale by BACON k. BAfcKfcRVILLE.
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