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COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND .XAHKBTH, Ar i*4 w*ek ending Tkurt4ttjr Eeenmf, Sov. 18. [CAIIfVLLI COBBBCTKD.J BACON—Virginia cured, bog round, 10| to 11 ■•■t*; prime Western and Baltimore Side* 10 to MX oenta; Shoulder* 9to 9* cts. A great many Marior Skouldau are lo market Ham* 14 to 14Jc, and scarce. •UTTER >* in biter *upply Firkin 18 to 20 ct* Mr Uk.; fre*h Roll 25 * Goaoen 20 to 25 cents. BEESWAX—22 a 23 ct*. per lb.—with small re mtpi*. no chauge. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS—The trade In Cotuai here i* limited. The quotation* are 10J to ity ct*. Coltun Yarn* la ct* per lb. COFFEE—OId .lava 11)% to 12; Laguayra 9* to 9|; Rio 9to 91 ct*; Cape 8) *9 ct*; Manilla 12}. CANDLES—TaIIow 13 a 13); Hull'* patent H; ■pern 43*45, Adamantine 224 a 275. Jackson's latest 14. COAL—IO to 12i ccnt* oil board lor good mix ed, line tnd lump; 9to 11 ccnt* tor blacksmith'* MaL CORN—Wo note aale* at 67 J to 70 cents. COKN MEAL—7S to 80 cent* per bushel. FLOUR—Market aomewhat un* tiled. The last ■■lea miide were at for Richmond superfine FLAXSEED—In demand at 81 15 per Duelicl. FEATHERS—Live geese 33 a 35 ct*. FISH—No. 1 Mackerel *12* to 13; No. 2 $11 to U|; No. 3, amali s?i to 7}; No. 4, $6 25 to 6 50. Clipped N. C Herring* 86 75 to 7—uotuinal, noue here; Family Roe 84 to 4 25, in bait bbis.; Gross, from wharf, So 25 to 550 for N. C.; llalilax No. 1 Clipped $6, Gross #4 5C to 4 75. Shad B'J 50 to 10. GUANO—The supply is good, but n» change in Cee. Peruvian from store, per ton ef »000 .; Patagonian $30. HlDES—Slaughtered 85.50, green weight; Span tab $13.50 to $16; Calf Skins $1,124. HAY—None arriving—would bring 81 25 per 10*; «wt. LIQUORS —P.randy.Oiard, I)upuy Sc Co. 82.20 a •t5-st>, A. Seignette 81.75; Imitation 32 to 34 cents ; Sazerac $3 a 3.50; Peach, dull at 81 a 1.25; Virgi nia Apple 60; do. old, 62i a 75; Northern 40 cent*. Rum, New England, 28j a2Ucts. Whiskey Richmond rectified 25 to 26 els in bbis; Cincinnati 36 to 27 cent*; Gin, Holland 81 a 1.25 : American 38 cents. LARD—Prime Leaf in barrels at 13,)*' cts ; kegs 14 to 14J cent* (or kegs and pailg. LIML-—Last sale* Irom vessels atßl 12X ; from •tore <1 50. LUMBER —Clear white Pine 833a35; refuse clear !*?>; merchantable§2o a<22; refuse Bi2i $15 per U.; one inch pine I'lmik from SI2 to £>15 per M j three-quarter inch pine Plank $10 to 812, flooring lough,from 815 to 816; dresseci #26 a 810; joists lli' a 815; two inch Plank 815; weather board tag #11 to 811—dull; inch oat Plank B*3 to 26; bultcnwood do 821 to 26; f inch cherry 830; f ■«kpoplar *1". MOLASSES—Cuba dull at 21 a 22; New Orleans 38 a 32 cents. SOAP —Turpentine 3i a 6 ct.»; Variegated 12a 14c IRON —Pig 826 to 8« ; Swedes 890 to 95; Eug- Itah *50 to 55; Tredegar (Richmond; 865; Up C«unlrv 160; Nails 3± to 31 cts. PLASTER—baIes at »'4 50. POTATOES —Market baie of Northern. They would command 60 cents. RYE—Extra, for distilling, 75 cents per bushel— iraninal, n<>ue here. RICE—Si to 5£ cents per lb. SALT—BI 65 irom store; 81 60 from wharf— Acuice&nd wauted. SUGARS—Porto Rico 5$ to7| for ordinary to •trictly prime; New Orleans 5i to 6J ; Retined loai StoStcU; crushed 81 to 9; clarified 7}. STEEL—American blistered 1071 to 110. TOBACCO—lnspections and receipts light. We quote lugs at 84i a 5; common leaf 85j a 64 ; good and tee »7 a 9j. TEAS—lmperial and Gunpowder 55 to $120. B?aek 25 to 45, with light demand. LEATHER—We have no change to noticc in Leither. The supply is good, with a fair enquiry "Gcod" light \v*'s 815 to 161; middle 8141 to 151 heavy 814 to 15; "damaged" 610, liij and 14, ao cording to quality. WHEAT—Prime white 81 10 ; prime red $1 05. OATS —36 to 45 cts. per btwhai, tor ordinary Vir ginia. OFFAL—Bran 15 cts. per busliel ; Short* 18 to 30 it*.; Brown-Stuff 30 cts.; Ship-Stuff 40 to 45 ct». FREIGHTS. Foreign.—But little doing— rt tea nominal London 27s 6dper hhds. Domestic we quote as follows: TVetc J ark. Botttn. Philadelphia! <?oal,per bush, to 5 eta. 7 cU. 44 ou Floor, per bbl. 20 30 20 Tjfeocco, por hhd. 2.00 3.00 2.25 Do. per box, 15 20 Cttd to Baltimore 3 cents per bushel. EXCHANGE. Sterling Bills : 10} premium. Domestic: Northern Exchange ranges forcheck* on the chief cities at jaj premium. Large North ern City Bank Notes 1 premium. Uncurrent note* we quote at the following discount : Worth Carolina J Tennessee 2 Soath Carolina i Kentucky 2 Georgia i Ohio 2 Alabama State Bank -- 21 Northern interior • - Bank of Mobile 4 Silver—2ia3 premium. Gold—i premium SALES OK STOCK. AEroSTKD WEEKLY BV JOHN A. LANCASTER AND SON, BROKERS. Virginia State 6 per cent., 25 years to run, interest from date—last sales at Treasury 8109. Do. do. previous issue, with interestfrom Ist July —106 and int. Do. do. of 20 years issue, over 10 years to run, with int. from itt July—los an J int. Do. do. if 20 years Issue, 10 years and under to n», with interest from Ist July—lo3 and int Bonds guaranteed by State ot Va., with int from 3*t July—last sales 103 and int. City of Petersburg Coupon Bonds, with interest from Ist August —Übt sales 100 and int. Richmond City Stock, with inreresMrom Ist July —Inst sales, short dates 102 and iut; long $103 nr.d inst Virginia BankSteck, par ®70—last a ilea 76J. Farmers' Bank Stock—sales this wtek 109 J. Exchange Bank Stock—none in market—last •sles 108- Va. Fire and Marine Insurance Stock—last sales 110. Richmond Fire Association Stock. par $20—sales tkis week 33. Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac R R. Sjock—last sales 100. Virginia Central R. R Stock—reported by D An derson, Jr. -42. Richmond and Petersburg R. R. Stock—sales thia week 35 James River and Kanawhn Stock—last sa'es 17. CARPET W ARE ROOMS, 95, MAiN STKEKT ' W E HUK in store for sale » v and invite citizens and visitors to the city eaamine, a large stock of CAKPETINGS, RUG ' j' Cur own '"portation, from the - rvrs direct, tsd selections in person at the Nort - *rn factories. Ihe assortment embraces a gre3t variety of Super English Velvets do do Tapestry da do Brusse'.i do do Thrre-Ply do do lo?rain Extra American Thrta-Piy do do Ingrain Venetian f jr stairs t,nd passages, of English and American manufacture Ckeneille, Velvet and Tutted Rugs, Mosaic, uipe- Cloth, Emboased and Piiut»d Table and' P,!V,, Cover., Floor Cloths, D>or M*ts Ac aoß—dl2tw4t» RIC'H»RDSON Si CO MB ° rleJ ' iro " 3-8 to 3* inch, ' 9 - I.EW <fc TAYI.OH. IJUBM X FKLLOi.W.—liuhj, felloes arid ■ oe - VAN LEW &. TAYI.OR BKM'sOLAttANO SfEUtI Ol t n ~..t rtceivsd and lor sale by "Ji«ts,<ust ©c 27 THO o'4'r K ™ CK - ■ Broad str^t A <*«. J toi» Btt.«/rrMJlTTirTrri W^V" —— L. D. CREW.su , W at no. £0 t 1 j3i 'V v ado SliiiAß, itceuttiit si d *"oV 7 ;,ACUN * 100 A * uKLB "TAK, (.ce ving, fur tale ■° U f -McaaUDiE&BOMB. ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL BOTBLB YESTERDAY. - CITY HOTEL.—A J Burton, Farraville; J L Mo 8«, Philadelphia; W J Williamson, Hanover; B T E Robbins, Gloucester; J Gumpel, Petersburg; J R Easton, Charlottes ville; E N Green and lady, Wilmington: Mis* R C Green, MiaaL L Wood, do; John W Thompson. New Orleans; James Smith, N I. arolim; W L Mills, Louisa; W A Push, Norih Carolina; Wm Ricurd, Baltimore; Jas Rudd, Chesterfield; Mr Boraaeux, Virginiu; T A Foulkep, Nottoway; Mrs Robertson St fami ly. New York; lir Eloid. A Robinson, do; G Long, Baltimore. EXCHANGE HOTEL.—Edwin J Anni*s and m:s» Anniss, Bhcksburg Va; H B O'Biian, Blue Ridite; J K Lacv, Powba*an Vh; L Muter* Amelia; W H Meriwether, Texas; Wyndham Kemp, Glou cester; William Pattern aud mm Pattern, N York; Je**en Tyson, mr* Ty*on and mi** Ty*on, Bait; Del'vin Fmitb.mr* Smith, servant and 2 miss SmUfc'i, Burlington, ft J: J l'epkio*,N C; L Lld ridgeand lady, Philadelphia; J C Hurwood, mis* N BMicock and miss M T Harwood, Cbas City; E C Thur*ton, Maysvillo; mr* Sledmore : child and servant. Goochland; C Michiil, La Grange, Tenn; J Wlncton una lady, Tuscumbra, Ala; II Gilliam, Petersburg; VV J Beckwitb, Ala; J W Turner, Ca roline; J R Garland and W 1' Garlsmd, HsrrUb'g; 3 Jamc*, Goochland, Mr l'oliard, Albemarle. AMERICAN HOTEL.—Dr Ritchie, Prince Geo; Miss K 11 Harrison, Richmond; Rev A P Ripitcn, Wilmington; T W Smith, S -ffolk; Miss Wight, Va; C A Porter, Norfolk; J T Griffin, do; G Hamiin, Tuscslooca; E W Wilcox and lady, Charlotte; Mr* Lyman, do; D A Parrish Buckingham; J A Cobbs, d<; 11 Weston, SC; J S French, Old Point; J Gilt, Fluvanna: M K Crensbaw, Vs; J A Seldcn Jr, Sur ry; Mrs VV Robertson, Mis* J Robertson, Mies E Robertson. Master Robertson, Va; W B Harrison lady, 2 childn 11 and 4 servants, Prince George; C K Bishop. Newark; W l.ojd, ludy and 2 children, CbarlfMoii; T VV Lloyd, do; E (i Sheppard, N Y; C O Wil'isms, Campbell; <» Chapman, Weldon; J Cole, M D. Washington COLUMBIAN HOTEL—J F McGeho and RM Booker. Prince Edward; R B Chunney, Lunenburg; R Wo >d, Chesterfield; I)r E Townes, Mecklenburg; VV B Chapman *nd B G Chapman, Amelia; H Har ris, Powhatan; VV T Woo'ten, Prince Edward; Ja* O iver and J G Oliver, Mecklenburg; S Calwell and Miss L Nirhol«on, Farmviile; L Arvia and TArvin ami lady, Lunenburg; B Taylor, Meckienburg; A H Robinaonand J llJennines, Nottoway; PS Jeter and J Robinson, Amelia; J Watton, Goochland; J M Llillard and R A Sloan and lady, Norfolk; J F Caster, Portsmouth; T C Ryals, Fluvanna; G W Howard and Dr J R Walke, Chesiertield; J J Nicholson, Halifax; S Ford, Ilickstord; WT Couch, Lueuburg; RGarretson, Mercer; B D Smootand lady, Alexan dria; J Revely, Lynchburg; A lleide'son, Frede ricksburg; J J Harrison Va. MARINE NEWB. PORT OK RICIIMON » . CLEARED, Baique Hahnemann, Pleasants. Liverpool, To bacco, by Bev. Ciopton. Schrs Highlander, Edden, and Lucy Penn, Ow ens. from Frederickbu'g, arr. at New York 17th. Schrs. Potm f, Sanlord. and Gahego, Nelson, eld at New Y;>rk 17th, for this port. NEW EDITION OF 811AK8PEAUE.— CHAS S FRANCIS &. CO. have now ready— The Works of Shakspoare, from the text of Johnson. Stevens and Reed, a new edition, in cluding thePO' mi and Donbtful Pl»ys, with Giot sarial Notes, Life, etc., by William Hazlitt, Esn., complete in 5 volumes; neatly bound in cloth, 81 50. This edition nf Shakspeure will be found to be the most readable, and ot the same tiine.ecin pact edition yet issued—printed on good paper, and clear, readable 'ype. New Juvenile llooks now Ready. The Nursery Gift; plain 75c; colored »1 Sioter Mary's Stories about Animals, 60| cents, finely colored 674; colored and gilt 81 Mrs Hr flanii's Moral Tales, 75cents The Travels of Rolnndo, translated by Miss Ai keu, beautifully illustrated, 81, gilt 81 25 Paul and Virginiu.new edition, finely illustm'ed, large type, 1 vol 16mo, 63 cents, gilt 671 cents, mo rocco 91 liasselnfi, Prince of Abyasinia, same style and prices Elizabeth; or the Exiles of Siberia, same style Mrs Leicester's School, by Chas and Mary Lamb, 33 cents The Good Graudmother, by Mrs Hofltnd; 38 cents The Scotish Orphans, by Mrs Blechford, 38 cents For ealu by no 17 A MORRIS, 97 Main st. RKSS UOOIiS, DKESS (iOOIIM.—We have an elegant assortment of Dress Goods, consisting in part of Printed Mouslaines, from 12£ to the finest French imported Plain Mouslaines and Cashmeres French Merinos, Plaid Raw Silks Most of the abort; are entirely new, and were bought on our late trip to New York, and we can confidently recommend them as the newest and best Patterns, and at the lowest prices. C HARTWELL Sl CO., no 13 Opposite Swan Tavern. EW MUSlC.—koscbud Pjlka, by W T Wal lace Honey Moon Polka, by Slrakosch Baojo Caprice, do Talisman Waltz, do Review Poika Alboni Scottisch Son tag Polka Castle Garden Scottiach Cherry ripe do Saratoga do Grace do Knikerboeker do Received aud f"r sale at P. H. TAYLOR'S Piano and Music Store, ne 13 160 Main st, opposite the Banks. SIMKa' riiliKtKD 1,1 VEX-OIL..—A fresh supply of the very snpenor Cod J.iver Oil, of Mr Simes, which has r>.c iv:>d the comroen dation of onr best phyaiciaus, a'.d it warranted pure and free trim ali adulter! lion. As a remedy for consumption, coughs and gene ral debility, it stands unrivulled; for sale by BRNfiRTT & BSKRa, Druggists, no 16 Main street. LEWIS' PORK WHITB LEAD .-;c 000 lbs of Lewis' pure White Lwad. ia oil, ti> kegs from 55 to 300 lbs each, tor sai« at factory pr.ces by no 16 BENMETT & BEKRd, Druggists. NE HAVANA AND FKINCIPii CI GARS—By reaont additions, we are e iabitd to otter one of the beat end largest assortment of fine Cigars we have «ver bad. Our atoek compria -a the beat and moat popular brands imported: for aalelow. PSttCEI.L, LADD i. CO., n0 ' c Drugglata, 9 ' Main atree% jVI i>lßKV>.—We hive just receiveda £** lar « e , iot ul Laaiea' LyDx, Gecett and Coco* Muss, wnion will i>e soid low. «i ov.j , HART&MOSH3. 6 • rnifs ' ws are selling at oO and 7 a no 16 j I'>T It ceived a splendid aasonmer.t t.( laditV « f./ e »' D f et3 ' 'IVtB-a-Tete.. out"', ' 8 Chairs, dee., which wili be closed EO 15 ALEX. KGITT Sc CO. HA1 75 bales superior tl»y daily per schooner Athos, tor »a)e bv ' „ JOHN" W. WRIGHT, r ° i6 D'"~k Wharf IN PHl€li * *<>« UKV r-V/ n , ~w * n t of bargains in Dry Guoda will do well to (live me a call. I have a good mam Good?, bought at aucti n, which 1 am very cheap. * WM j sWOKDS, -- Broad at reel. Ij'OUNO.—A turn ol Mnnry.iii u,y atora. which tke owner ct»a hnfe by c»i.ing at no .7 WM^?°if D 3' £2* Hrofd street. JACKSON CAND i,Efi.—looboxealo~apiTP o lor taid low Irona t.>« wharf, by invoice t7 JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. ALBEJIA ULE PIPPIN AFPL.Ef4._io Also, ;fine Ma aca Grates. n° 17 , p 4:1,8 1 ™Z."- . John A. BurgCH, HARREYS & BURGESS? fjf SIGN AMI) ORNAMENTAL fAINTKRd, ho. 165, Main £t*kkt, (ne/blv orroerri JUNK.) RICHM.KD, Va , HE HE they will lhaukluliy receiv* and j»oinpiiy execute all wotk entrusted *o them. N. B.—Orders from tbe country respectfully so licited. ' lu 30-S® CCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, <Vr. IJ For sale at the Baptist Rookstorw, No. 203 Main street, a full assortment of School Books, Statione ry, and Faaoy Articles. Also, just received a Ko mance of American History, by Joseph Banvard, with numerous illustrations, 4c ; Kdwin T. Freed ley's Practical Treatise on Business ; also, Prize Bs says, Statistics, Miscellanies, 4c ; An Olio, po: we by Mrs. Emily Jadson; th» Days of Bruce, bv Grace Aguelar; Memoir of Alfred Bennett, by H Harvey; Memoir ot George Dana Boardman, late Missionary to Burmah, by Rev. Alonzo Kins, with an Introductory Address, by WillUin R. Williams, new impioved edition; the Young Man's Friend and Guide through Life to Immortality, by John Angel Jaroe<», wichan Introductory Address, by Thomas Le Witt, D. D; Near Home, with Anec dotes and numerous Illustrations, by thß author of I'eep of Day ; the Royal Preacher, Lectures bn Ec clesiastes, by James Hamilton, D. D. Many otber Books, too numerous to mention. CHARLES WORTIIAM, oc 13 Depository 'pOIIAC'CO KIXTUHKS FOR SALE. — 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, \» Ith mills complete; four do for boxes; also, 8 s mills, 5 s do pound, do X pound do, band.', billets, stoves, benchci, andeverv other article that is necesiary. The factory in which these fixtures are, can be rented at a very moderate price, say about $75 per year. The above fixtures will be of fered for eale privately, until the 16;h of December; if not disposed ol before that time, wil! be sold a, ! public auction, of which due notice w ill be given. For farther information apply to no IS—lßr POLI.IAM &. DAVIS. DISSOLUTION. —The copartnership here tofore existing ander the firm ot L. & M. ROSE, is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved. September 16th, 1852. The subscriber, in returning his most sincere thanks for the very liberal pat.onage so kindly be stowed on the old firm, begs t<i inform his oid cus tomers and the citizens generally, that he has just returned irom the North with an entire new stock of Fall (<co<ln, amongst which may be found handsome designs in Silks, Silk Velvets, Mouslin do Lalne, Cashmeres, Merinos, Alpacas, and an ex tensive assortment of crapc, long, square nnd this-t Shawls; also, a very large assortment of Flannels, BlaukeU, Kerseys, Linseys, <tc. &.C., and almost every article usually kept in a dry goods house, which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. MORRIS W. ROSE, oc 6—2 m 203 Broad street. AL.L.M WATER from the Rockbridge Alum Springs.—Bmnett & Beers, Druggists, No. 125 Main ttre :t, Richmond, Va, having been appointed general agents for the sale of Alum Water from the Rockbridge Alum Springs, announceto all who have been waiting, that a supply is now on the way fresh from the springs, and will be ready fjr delivery in a few days. Arrangements have been made to keep ui con stantly supplitd wiih the water, which will be re ceived direct from the springs every week.i n bar rels, and five gallon demijohns, in the highest state of perfection and equally good as when drank from the fountain head. £"§>"' The cash must accompany a'l order*. Ad dress BENNKTT <fc BEEIiS no 2 Drugeists, Richmond. WO COUNTRY AMI CITV OEAI,ER*. A The subscriber begs leave to inform his city and country friend*, that he is etill teceiving by steamer all kinds ot Goods in his line, which he ot ters at wholesale or retail, on reasonable terms.— The following articles comprise a part of his ae sortinent: 50 bo.x-'« Layer Raisins, fresh and fine 75 half do do do do 25 boxes Preserved Ging&r 10 casks dry Currant* 20 dozen assorted Pickles—gaHcn, half gallon, quarts and pints 3*>oo lbisoft and aard shelled Almonds 10 bags I'alm Nuts 5 bags Filberts 50,000 Cigars—from crime quality t» low price A great variety of Fancy Candy always on hand, with'a large assortment ot Fancy Articles and manj other Goods too tedious to enumerate, in etore ana for sale by JUAN PIZZINI, oc 4 No 152, next to Exchange Bank IJITE Atelt ANTHRACITE COAL. Landing from schr George, a cargo of supe rior Whits Ash Anthracite Cool. Persons, laying in their winter supply of the above Coal, would do weil to send down their orders. 85 75 per load, delivered any where in the city. J NO. W. WRIGHT, se 7 Dock Wharf. NO'l'I C'K. —11. It. ftUVAE having this day ta ken his brother, J. P. DUVAL, into co part nership, the business will in future be conducted by K.'K. Dnvnl dc Brother, at the old stand, under the American Hotel. We are now receiving afresh supply of Drncs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, 4 c 6cc., and hope, by strict personal attention, to merit a portion ot public patronage R. R. DUVAL, J. P. DUVAL. Richmond, July lat, 1352. jy 1 NOTICK. —All persons iadebted to the late firm of PEAKE, BRADLEY CO, either by Bond or open account, are earnestly requested to come forward and settle them, as no longer indulgence will be gi> cn. These accounts are o! long stancing and must be settled. Also, all persons indebted to us, whose accounts are due, are requested to settle them speedily, for we arc determined to have them settled without delay. au 31—ts BRADLEY <fc BROTHER. TAL.HA CLOAKS.—This new and beauutul garment hss just been received, to whxb we would csll the attention of those who wish a novel style of our garment. The Talma Cloak hB3 re ceived the highest commendations from all who have examined it for warmth, convenience and beanty Call at No 103 Main street, and examine for yourselves. no 15 HENRY SHAFER &. CO. Expected to ariive in a tew days per brig Rourdpond from Providence, Rhode Islf nd— 1(00 bushels Mercer potatoes 50 barrels Apples 25 do Cider 200J strings Ohio.-.a—for sale by no 15 R. RANKIN. tl AS CilANl>KL.lfcKS.—Just opened, tev- I eral new and beautiful patterns of Gas Chan deliert, Pendants, Brackets, &c. Aleo, another supply of Gum Tube and Fixture*, for Portable Burners. no 16 STEBBINS, DARRACOTT & CO. COAL, COAL.—Landing at Rockntts from schooner VV L Dayton, 165 tons of best Hid Ash Anthracite Coal, 85 75 per load, delivered in any part of the city, if taken from the vessel. JOHN \V WKIGfiT, no 16 Dock Wharf. PRKwERVKI* FUI'ITS 1 have a small lot ol Preserved Fruita, air tight, and preserved la their own juice, just as fresh as when they were picked. HousekEeprrs will tind thest fruKt just suited to their wants For sule by no 4 O A STRECKER IKVI'S HAT OKsTKUYtH, tor we u« i struetion of Hats, M'ce, &.c.—Persona whose premises areinfeste' by these vermin, will d'. wel to give this a trial. The rata leave their holes be fore tbey iiie. For sa'e by- PURCELL, LADD & CO., no 11 Drugaists, SW Mi#i str-et. corner 14th P~IIAIN ANlt WA'I'UHiD BLACK s:LK CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS —An elegant a» sortment cf plain and watered black silk Clonk*, black silk and satin Mantillas and velvet Cioaks, just rrceived by Roanoke. Good barg -ins can be hai by callin.- early at HART & MOSES, no 12 63 Ma n street. MRUINI»Sf UKUUINUs!—2S halt ot>U Family Hoe Hernnjs 50 bbls No 1 Halilax Herring* 50 do No 2 do do In store and fur sale low by A. 8. LEE. au 10—ts MHO 8TON« MA ONH.-Tte auo-cribers 1- will receive proposals for the stonework for the f jULdation i f a bui'diiig stout 40 by t>o fe< t. Particulars may be ascertained on application at our office. no 13 LEWIS D. CRENSHAW Sl CO. ♦J I.EVI'M Venom, Km, IKcuse, Ant nod Roach Destroyer.—Tbi above artlc.e just received from the raiiiiutacture:a, wi h full di reclions for use, and for saie by SEAiiROOK Si REEVK, co 8 175IIroad street. Hair andtootu BRVflnga-Atresb a-to'tme; ?, toye.her with a good supply of Parfai&cry and fancy at tide*, received and lor sale by SEAIIkOOK * REEVE, no 2 175 Broad street. Cl.lli'S COD LIVKK 01L,.-A ireaii O ply ju«t leceired for sale by ALEX DUVAL, no 6 No 155 M«in < "rn-r i'"» »t. MERCK K rOTATOCB.-lOU biuaeis v«ry (hie, f jr sale by ««13 GEO. J. HERRING. nr TALI rA*IILT ANTI-SPAKWO nJ DIC, for the cure ot Aiiatfo Cholera, Cbnfei of all kinds, (puma, cholera morbus, dysentery, diar rhrra, lock jaw, violent pain, whether rheumatic or neuralgic, cramp in the stomach, toothache, nervous headache, delirium tremens, spider bites, dyspepsia, fulness from imprudent eating, threatened abortion, fits, sinking or congestive chills, ague and fever, bum*, cuts, tie. Accompanying each bottle is a pamphlet containing full directions for its use, in the various diseases for which it is recommended, as well as presenting many strong testimonials. This medicine is not only efficient, but safe. It i« adapted to many of the most, violent diseases, giving the most prompt relief, aud is especially suited to large families as well as to travelers. The proprietor, there fore, would respectfully ask the attention of the public to its claims; which are founded on more than twenty years' experience in its use, and not on conjecture. It has already become a very popular remedy in ma ny parts of the country, aud is destined to be so wher ever it is introduced. We would respectfully call the attention of the pub lic to the following, amongst many names of highly re spectable and well-known gentlemen in different parts of the countiy, who have used it, and spoken of it in high terms: MuscoeGarnett, esq, Essex; Jas M Jeffries, esq, King and Queen, Vtu Alexander Dudley, esq, King and Queen, Va; R W Schooler, esq, Caroline, Va; Wilson C Pemberton, King William, \ a; A B Walthall, Char lottesville, Va: Thos D Quarles, Richmond, Va; John W Woods, Baltimore: Wm F Pendleton, \V ashington; Newton Short, King William: Winston, Chester field, \ a- James W Goss, Gordon sville, Va; R L Cole man, Richmond, Va; N 6 Hill, Richmond, Va; Thos Starke, King William, Va. Amongst the many physicians who have used it, ws beg leave to refer, for the present, to the following: DrJohn S Lewis, King William; Dr WmT Down •r, King William: I)r Wm R Purkins, Northumber land; Dr Richard T Hundley, Hanover. We also ask you to read the following certificates, and refer you to many more in the pamphlets and our various advertisemeiite In (Iknlaro, tgq* »n< FeVBP, &P. Dr Du Val—Dear Sir: I was promptly relieved, a few years ago, of a violent attack of something like the cholera, by taking a large dose of your Anti-Spasmod ic. Since that time I have frequently witnessed its good effects in other cases. About six weeks ago I was suffering exceedingly from an attack of Third-day Ague and Fever. It'had been increasing in severity for nearly a month. I determined to try yonr Anti- Spasmodic, and aceordiagly took a large aose of it just before the time for the chill. It produced over the whole system a peculiar sensation of warmth, which kept up by repeating the dose once or twice at intervals ot two hours. Though necessarily exposed since, I have felt no return of cnill. I feel confident in recommending your medicine. Very sincerely yours, (Signed) AMBROSE ACREE. King William, July, 1852. In <'rnmt»« IJjsrßlerr, and Spider Bites. I)r Du Val—Dear Sir: I have administered your Fa mily Anti-Spasmodic in several violent attacks of cramp and dysentery. I have applied it externally to the bite of a spider, when there was an enormous en largement of tne limb, and intense pain—in all with perfect success. 1 have sold a great deal of it in this neighborhood, and as far as I know, it has given univer sal satisfaction. All who have tested it seem to think it has no equal as a fkinily medicine. I deem it due to say that in most of the instances alluded to above, va rious remedies were used without effect. Respectfully, yoHrs, (Signed) S W V MUSE. Manufactured by P P IIU VAL, M I), King William C 11, Va, to whom all orders should be addressed. Price 62 1-2 cents and $1 per bottle. For sale in Richmond, Va, by Purcell, Ladd fc Co, wholesale agents, and by Thomas &. McCarthy, J Blair, A Bodeker, and Wm P Ledd; in Baltimore by Cnnby t Hatch; in Portsmouth by Gsrlick & Gwathmey, and by Druggists generally. au6—3tawt« HG. FAKHELL'S celebrated • ARABIAN LINIMENT is well known topos Bess 'he most wonderfully healing, penetrating and simulating properties, and by its promptness in ef fecting cures, which previowsly had resisted all other medicines, administered by the most scientific physicians, has placed it far beyond any similar re medy ever in* rod need to the p'f.plc of the United States. It stimulates the absorbents to increased action, and thus enables nature to throw oil disease — it penetrate* to 'he bottem, adding "trength and ac tivity to 'be. muscles—it is powerfully anodyne and thereby allays nervous irritation, producing a dt ligbtfu.ly pleasing sensation through the whole frame. Owing te its remarkable snticeptic proper ties, it purities and neutralizes that poisonous, cor rosive principle whirh renders old ulcerous sores so dlffieult to hea:: it ttaereforeis peculiarly adapted to their speedy core. This Liniment, from its pe cct-p.rtna ar.d strengthening quhlit:«a, has been found t ibo a specific for Paralysis or I'alsy, White swellings and jiseased joints, avid in fact all com plaints iuvolvirg therouscolni syst m. It has cured cises of I' heumatism of twenty to thirty year's Btanoing, and affections of the Spine wherein the entirn spinal column was so crookni and distorted, th it the patient ccu'd not walk or »t«nd without artificial support. Numerous cases of Pa'sy have been cured when the flesh had withered, leaving nothing bnt ths dried skin and bone, and the linns totally without use or feeling. For children with croup it is of inestimable value, rubbed and bathed over tae throat PT>d chejt If applied freely on the chest, it never fails to give relief in the severe coughs attending Consumption Asthma and Colds. It heals wounds speedily—will cmc Scaldhead. Mange, etc. P anters and Farmers will find it a most valuable medicine to be applied to Horses and Cattle for Sprains, Bruises, Lameness, StitF Joint 3 , Sweeney. Dry Shoulder, Wounds, Burns. Splint, Chafes or Gals, Hardened Knots on the flesh, ctc. Look Out for Counterfeit". The public are cautioned Hgainat another coan trrf it, which hn« lately made its appcarance, ca l ed W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liu.ment, the moot dan gi'roin of a!! the counterfeits, because big having the name of Farreli, many will buy it in good faith, without the kuowltdgo that a eountcrfeit exhts, and they will perhaps oi.iy discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effect*. The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farreli, st le Inventor and proprietor, and whole sale Druggist, f ; o 17, Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be ad dresstd. Te ture you iet it with the letter* H. G. before Farrell's, thus—H. G F'ARRELL'S—and his ►ignature on the wrapper, all others are counter feita. For sale in Richmond byPURCELL, LADD & CO, M»in strict, and tiy regularly authorized Agents throughout the United States. Price yj and £0 cents, and -Si per bottle. Agents wanted iii »v rj town, village nnd hamlet in the United States, in "which one is nirt already eitablished. Address H G. Farreli as above, ac companied with good reference as ts character, re sponsibllity, &c. ao 9—dlmit6t* W UOWdKT'f «V ANDKESON, UPHOLSTERERS ANI) PAPER HANGERS, 16 (Jovfrnor Wreet, HAVE in store their Fall stock of French and American FAPER HANGINGS of erery quality and style, purchased frem the best factories in this eountry Kad France, many of tb<«u very rich and elegant. Also, a very complete a<soitment of eur Ihiu goods, cornices, gfmpe, tassels, words, bands, window shades, fa great rari. ty, w ndow bfhtds curtain paper, beff HeHund for shades, a superior stock of floor oil cloths, coco mKting, curled bnir and ohuek mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, of the best quality, with many other era clcs, in our line, all ot which will be sold on fa!r terms, and Paper Hanging and Upholstering done in town or country, at the shortest notice and by the best workmen. w iß_.lm I?KO.U THK KICUMOM) K.MiIIRKR, OF leol—Th.» is thea us :n at which most per sons are liable to take colds, from sue den of the weather. To all who are troubled w«h a cough, cold, or such like pffliction, we recommend the ute of Mia. Daws' fongb Jclixlr. Mrs D is a reaid. Nt of Richmond— Uio remedy which e-e prepares has b.en fully tested in this vicinity, and the benefit# derived from iu use have given it a high character among our citizens, lu value shcu.'d, and wehope will, bemore generally known. For sale, wholesale and retail, oy BENNETT Ac BEERS, A. BODEKER, CHAS. Bi.CK, CUAS. D. YALE, and Mrs. A B DAWS, Mam street, and BOUCHER k. MELTON. Broad st, Richmond po 11 CiKUAU TAR—ton-UAjjj'ion Cured.— I The most successful remedy now in use for the cure of Incipient Consumption, Br->«chiris, Asthma, Coughs, Sore Throat, dlceasea of the Liver and Kidmys, King's Evil, Tctt-r, Dyspepsia, tic , pre pared by Mrs B. B. Nor is, i»l3 Baliimo e stieet, oalttmore. Mus. B. B Kosbi3—Pe<»r Madam : For aevera! jenra 1 have bcm tLHfeted with ireqaent homer -1 haft* of iudci, attended with «t paicful c ;u«h I tried varum# r«mt»di<*o, at d had the belt m.-di f advice, but without relief until I tried your Ceda; Tar, which l:aa entirely cured dip. Yoara rrapectfnlij, GKORGE PARKS, 1-' -urii'.oja »trii|, Baitiaaore, f-.'d. October M, Call and set I'amph'eU rontaialng certificut •«. Beware of couulcrtctu. The genuine »: ti cie U for sale by P fIOKTON KEAOfI, 91 Mcin atreet, Sole A,'_ut for Richmond, and ■a 9 Goners' .Went for K»t< r > Virginia. CIOTMIMG, CL.UTHIMU.-0H ifcß id at and below cat for e*«h, a good »ioc'< o4 il-ady Made ClotfainT, a;UI to b« dUpotod of. Mj.i of th a a mail note* wiil be takes fur Good*. Call anon if yon wiah to gut,tome bargain a in Covins, st the eht.ap a tore «i P. UORMIN, MMaio street. C7*Btorefor Kent. .oc din LITII GenPLAINT, JAUNDICE. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NER VOUS DEBILITY. DISK AS B OP THE KIDNEYS, And mil ditente* wri ting from • di»or dered Liver or Sto mach, tuck at Constipa tion, luicird Pile*, Fullnett, or Bloodto tht Head, Acidity of the Sto mach, Pfantea, Heart-burn, IHtgntt for Food. FuUntsi, or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation*, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Seniation* when in a lying posture, Dimnett of Vi lion, Vote or fVebs before the Sight, Freer and Dull Pain it the Head, Deficiency of Peripi• ration. Yellowne** of the Skin and Eye*, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c. Sudden Flushes of Heat. Bur ning in the Flesh, Constant Imagining of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by Dr HCOPLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by Dr C M Jackson, at the Ger man Medicine Store, 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not excelled —if equalled—by any other preparation in the United States, as the cnres attest, in many cases after skilful physicians had failed. These bitters are worthy the attention of invalids.— Possessing ireat virtues in the rectification of diseases of the liver and lesser gland*, exercising the most searching powers in weakness and affections of the di gestive organs, they are, withal, safe, certain and plea sant. READ! AND BE CONVINCED. Charles Robinson, Esq, Easton, Md, in a letter to Dr Jackson, January 9, 1850, said: My wife and myself have received more benefit from your medicine than any other we have ever taken for dyspepsia and liver disease 'The Tenth Legion, published at Woodstock, Ya, Ja nuary 10, 1800, said : A GREAT MEDICINE. We have uniformly refrained from recommending to the public any of the various Patent Medicines of the day, unless thoroughly convinced of their value. A monc those we consider worthy of notice is the Ger man Bitters, invented by Dr Hoofland, and prepared by Dr Jackson, in Philadelphia. One instancein particu lar, in which the superior virtue of this medicine has been tested, has fallen under our observation During the last summer, a son of Mr Abraham Crabill, of this county, was very seriously afflicted with liver com plaint, and after trying in vain various remedies, he purchased a bottle of the Bitters, and after using it, was so much relieved of his distressing malady, that he Erocured another bottle, and is restored entirely to ealth MORE EVIDENCE. , The Philadelphia Saturday Gazette, the best family newspaper published in the United States. The Edi tor says of DR HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, It is seldom that we recommend what are termed Patent Medicines to the confidence and patronage of our readers; and, therefore, when we recommend Dr Hoofland's German Bitters, we wish it to be distinctly understood that we ire not speaking of the nostrums of the day, that are noised about tor a brief period and then forgotten after it has done its guilty race of mis chief, but of a medicine long established, universally prized, and which has met the hearty approval of the taculty itself. This medicine has attained that high character which is necessary for all medicines to attain to induce coun terfeits to put forth a spurious article at the risk of the lives of those who are innocently deceived. Look well to thr Jlnrk* ot the tieimlne. They have the written signature of C M Ja«kson upon tne wrapper, and the name blown in the bottle— WITHOUT WHICH THEY ARE SPURIOUS. For sale, wholesale and retail, by PURCELL, LAD!) At CO, Drungists, mh B—Stawly 92 Main st, corner 14»h. BUI.I.'H SAKSAPAHI It ia a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds of eminent physicians who hav« examined the recipe by which Bnll s Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has con demned it, hot all approve it, and commend it in the highest terms. Many physicians express themselves strongly in the belief that it is decidedly the best pre paration of Sarsaparilla that has ever been placed be fore the public. Although there are many physicians who feel a reluctance to having their names appended to the recommendation of any particular remedy, not withstanding they may approve of it in the highest de cree, Aerearu others who frankly yield their support in favor of a remedy which they Vnow is capable of doing »e much good in an afflicted community. As an evidence, read the following from old and respectable physician*, oi high standing in the community in which they live: Louisville, July 13th, 1848. I have examined the list of articles that compose John Bull's Extract of Sarsaparilla, and have no hesi tation in saying, that it is a safe and valuable com pound. I would prefer it to any article now in use, for the diseases arising from an impure state of the blood or taint of the system. I confidently recommend it to my friends as being a powerful Kxtract, and one that I believe will cure all classes of diseases for which it is recommended, if used according to directions. I be lieve it to be a valuable succednntnm to mercury.— Nay, I have my doubts whether, in the most violent and protracted cases of Syphilis, accompanied with Ncdes Trophe, in earies of the bones, whether it ought not to supercede any otherremedy. S. 11. McCONACHIE, M. D., Honorary Member of the Medical Society Phil What Dr. Owen, Druggist and Apothecary, of several years standing, says about Bull's Sarsaparifia :— Louisville, May 31st, 1343. Mr. John Bitll—l have been, for a number of years severely afflicted with a Mercurial Headache and a dull heavy pain in my liver. I used almost all the reme dies of the day, especially the Sarsaparilla prepared by different persons. But all to little or no advantage, until I chanced to meet with yours, three bottles of which gave me more relief than all the others com bined. I therefore take pleasure in recommending yoor Sar- SRparilla to the afflicted community us a superior arti el« Very respectfully yours. Hear what Dr. Stapp, a physician who stands at tht top of his profession, says of John Bull's S&rsapariila: 1 have been using John Bull's Sarsaparillain a great variety of Chronic diseases, with the most happy effects, and I have no hesitation ill recommending it to the public for the cure of Syphilis, Scrofula, and all Cutaneous and Glandular diseases. Yours moat fervently, WM. STAPP, M. D. Lewisport, Ky., April 6th, 1819. RHEUMATISM CURED! Let all who are suffering under the agonizing tor tures of Rheumatism, read the following, and see what may be done for them, if they will use the infallible remedy:— Union town, Ky., May 12, 1343. Mr. John Bull—DeurSir: For the last three years I have been afflicted with Rheumatism of thefseverest character. 1 was at times in the greatest agony of pain; I tried every remedy I could procure for the disease, but found no permanent relief until I was induced to use your preparation of Sarsapanlla, which has entire ly cured me of Rheumatism, and greatly improved my general health more than any medicine I ever nsed. 1 have beeD free of j>ain for several months, and have no deubt the cure is permanent, and ( recommend it a«the best medicine in use for Rheumatism, I3HAM BRIDGES. Loidon, Ky., April 25th, 1850. Sir—Permit me to address to you a few lines, and do me the honor to reply to a request that I will make in the conclusion of this letter, 4cc. I am a graduate of Transylvania Medical Universi ty; I have practiced medicine in this wilderness coun try about five years, but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, 1 have bwn indisposed with Aeute Rheu matism about six months. After having exhausted my skill in the treatment of my cose, and den v ing no bene fit, I was induced to give your Fluid Extract of Sar aaparillaa fair trial, and accordingly purchased a bottle of your medicine from your agent, Mr. George P. Brown, about two weeks ago, and 1 must confess that one bottle has entirely cured mc } Sit is my opinion that your preparation of Sarsaparil is decidedly superiortoany other preparation now in use, and 1 will pleasure in recommending it to the afflicted as beißf a remedial agent, and I will id- Tise physicians to use it in theirpractice.ic. RespecttuJlyyonrs, B. B. ALLEN. M. D. BETTER TESTIMONY THAN WAS EVER OF FERED IN FAVOR OF ANY MEDICINE. Rev. E. W. Scbon—Rev. E. Stevensow. Locisvillb, May 20th, 1849. We have nsed John Bull'* Sariwipan'.U, and hare known it to be used, with entire Mtufartion, and we have no hesitation in atatin#, that we believe it to be a safe Mid valuable medical compound, and calculated to produce much good, and relieve much auffenng", and therefore would cheerfully and most earnestly recom mend it to the afflicted. f Signed. I E. W. SEHOK, K STEVKNSUN DR. JOHN BOLL'S Principal offlee," 61 Fourth street, Louisville, Ky Where applications for Agwociea mutt be *d dresaed. For «alein Richmond by PUKCKLL, LADD & CO., mj 17—d3t«wwly Druggbt*, dole A.-.xtß FU AMi MM CLOT HIM; #TOKK, 134 >lns» Ntre*l, Hlibniiud. Yn..—The »ub ♦.-■ritwr# would rejpectfulh call ,h<!a t ition of the < !t:zcu*uf .ilchoiund and ih-» eurtoajidiog c*ui.trv totheirvery 'arjehnd w~l! atocXot Ut-adv .11a<le Clothing, c< n»itiiu* ul .v«>iy »tyie and quill.y f<r Full aiij Wiuter wear, till which we ij«r rinttw tu tell low* r th«n any of the ta-n* quVity in th<' euv of K-eSmiond. We theretore, in vite al! who wish to m gt>oii eri'cie At a vury low price, tf> pive at a c*U AU •, * *er* lxr-e ai.J aelect utock of geutiet&eca' Kuriiii fain* Good*. n> aS-'.'m R. OEOOU A CO fro TOBACCO MlNfPACTl'aßttf.- X '1 he 9ub«crtb *r «uilciU Iho atMatln of T<>b»'j eoMMuUMttmr* «« Pre#* * and MI)U, oi every dc«eiip(ion. PKAUM, Eagle Foundry, Cary below Pear! (tree?, •a 31—to CAL DISCOVERY!-With tarbviiß . 7 tzjohs* can ** «r n ' " nie **" •»» t n »u/ t r p ' n " derful Hampton'* Vc*.table Tincture Let the afflicted rend! remd! Bairrllville, Allecam? Co y r To Mewrs Mortimer k Mowbray M * 7 *' ' I Dear Sirs: In justice to Dr Hamilton'. Tincture, f wish to inform you that I w»« t J*"'* s « on the 3d day of January last, with an " r '< stomach, bowel, and kiney,'. I Mninent physicians for more than two tie or no effect. I had some knowledge 0 r ;*" to '•» virtue in Hampton's Tincture from one bott»" •""* my Wife had taken two years since 4 I came to the conclusion that I would tak. medicine from my physician., h ut trv the T®. and I am happy to inform you I had n"ot take days before I felt its powerful influence Ilpon ach. I havecontinuedusingtbeTincturein?/,^ able to leave my room, and can eat »n » aß '' ' without much inconvenience or pressure 0^ The afflicted or their friends are daily vUitin,~ Hampton's 8 J I expect to send you several certificate, , 1 days—one especially from a young ladv wh» k * I confined to her room twelve months with * I the head, affecting the brain. w * diKaae * Respectfully yours, E W HAU, On the permanency of the cure hear him Sh ; other letter from the above! U1 4 "- Barrellville, Allegany Co M n Messrs Mortimer & Mowbray : " c *°' >er IMt ' j Dear Sirs - I ain happy to inform von that this find* me in the enjoyment of goodheklth bvthen-1 your Hampton's Tincture and the blessing of Ond i am enabled to Dursue my daily avocations as usual .J I have a great desire that the afflicted should k B0 «- great curative powers of the Tincture. °* I ana, with respect, yours, E w HALL, Truth Stranger than Fiction Hone r»td Denvr Tff Lad *? Testimony afur ihirty-agki yean j, j Ware there not real virtue in this wonderful nw. cine, could it perform the astonishing cures made by ■ Northampton County, Apnl 13. im ' Messrs Tyler & Adair: ; I have been afflicted with rheumatism, at times fro* ' my twelfth year; I will be fifty years of age the I'S ofthis month; the attacks were at times so sever* Z 1 to render me helpless: I have tried various remedies ' to very little effect. Last October I was attacked h my shoulders, sides, back, and hips; I could not res? day or night; I could not move any part of my bods without crying with pain, at this time 1 also tried ma ny remedies, internal and external, without receiving any relief; I was at last advised to try Hampton's Ve getable Tincture; before 1 had taken one bottle of which I felt much better, and as I continued takinz ;t I felt strength coming into my back and limbs, and my stomach strengthened and revived everyway; I havj taken five bottles, and am much better than I expect ed to be. I intend to use it whenever I need it, and would recommend it to the afflicted, believin? it'une qualled. Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWELL Rev. Ternon Enkririgp, C, S. N. Portsmouth, Va, August 18, last Mr J E Boush—Dear Sir: While I am in general op po#ed to Patent Medicines, candor compels me tostaas that I have great confidence in the virtues of Hair.iv ton's Vegetable Tincture. For several months pa«t 1 have used it in my family, and in dyspepsia, loss of ap petite, dizziness, and general debility, with entire n,; cess. So far as my experience extends, therefore, 1 take pleasure in recommending it to the afflicted as t safe and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, VERNON ESKRIDGE, Chaplain in the U. States Navj, Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy its mild on the stomach, liver, and the kidneys, will cure sia, cough, asthma, bronchial and lung affections, pains in the back, side and breast, consumption, scrofulj, rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, fistula, piles, bow:I com plaints, worms, nervous debility—with all diseases in sing from impure blood, and is the greatest female me dicine ever known Gall and get pamphlets gratis, and see certificate? of cures. For sale by O. A. STRECKF.R, Main street, Rich mond; G. B. JONES k. CO., Petersburg, Va.; Poctot COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER & MOW BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggists generally. oc % TO C'BliK A Crtl.l), WITH I HEADACHE AND SORENESS OF TUB body, take the CHERRY PECTORAL Jv^ou going to bed, and wrap up warm to sweat V ry during the night. AzTLjhgL For a cold and cough, take it morning i™ " — nimn, and evening, according to directions on the bottle, and the difficulty will soon be removd None will long suffer from this trouble when they find it can be so readily cured. Persons afflicted with s seated cough, which breaks them of their rest at nijnt, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going >• bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, aal consequently refreshing rest. Great relief from suffer ing, and an ultimate cure is afforded to thousands wh» are thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy. From its agreeable effect in these rases, many themselves unwilling to forego its use when the uecei »ity for it has ceased. Frorn two eminent physicians in Fayetteville, Tens., April 16th, 115! Sir—We have given your Cherry Pectoral an exten ded trial in our practice, and find it to surpass every other remedy we have for curing affections of the res piratory organs. Drs. DIEMER k HAMPTON To singers and public speakers this remedy is iiiTdi uable, as by its action on Ihe throat and lungs, wiiea taken in smallquantities, it removes all hoarseness ta a few hours, and wonderfully increases the power and flexibility of the voice. Asthmms generally much relieved, and often whol'.f cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some so obstinate hs to yield entirely to no medicine CL* ry Pectoral will cure them, if they can be cured. Bronchitis, or irritation of the throat and upper por tion of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry r™:- toral in small and frequent doses. The uncomfortabta oppression is soon relieved. Rev Dr Lansing, of Brooklyn, New York, states " I have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such c;i»ej of Asthma and Bronchitis as leads me to beliefe it can rarely fail to cure those disease*.' ' ForCronp, give an emetic of antimony, to be follow ed by large and frequent doses of Cherry I'ectorai. kil it subdues the disease If taken in seasou, it v» .S not fail to cure. Whooping Cough may be broken up and soon cured by the use of Cherry Pectoral. The Influenza is speedily removed by this reme.ty Numerons instances have been noticed where who.s families were protected from any seriousconsequfa < while their neighbors, without the Cherry Ptc:«rv, were suffering from the disease. From the distinguished Professor of Chemistry »aa Materia Medica, Bowdoin College. I have found the Cherry Pectoral, as its ingied:-*# show, a powerful remedy for colds, and coughs, am pulmonary diseases. _ PARKER CLEVELAND, M P Brunswick, Me, Feb 5, 1847. Dr Valentine Mott, the widely celebrated Professor s< Surgery in the Medical College, N York city, say* It gives me pleasure to certify the value and cftcf'T of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which I consider peculiar J adapted to cure "diseases of the throat and luniti Cures of severe diseases upon the lungs have ««« effected by Cherry Pectoral in such extreme cas'S 11 warrant the belief that a remedy has at length oe-» fouod that can be depended on to cure the cousin, colas and consumption, which carry from our midst L ou sands every year. It is indeed a medicine to which uw afflicted can look with confidence for relief, ana t»j should not fail to avail themselves of it. Prepared by J C AYKR. Chemist, Lowell, Mas*- Sold in Richmond by PURCELL, LAPD it CO. *0" by all the Druggists throughout the city and Sute oc I—d3m - PKIVATE PKAI'TICK. —L»r PU Mh * CO. rasy b« consulted, confidentially, ™ r treatment of the following diseases: Kruj':oa Sore Lees, I'lcers, Glandular gwellin?*. " r , * 3 " '.arzeineiits, Syphilis, aed all morbid discosrg<* whether ircent or chronic. Also, all th<>s« com plaint* termed teroaie diseases. The sdver!!*™ invite attention to their chemical eatract ot >> Fiowers, which may b« regarded as the *®*y trticle knc.wn, to give tehe and siaor to ibrued aud debilitated organs, a* w-' as ren. 1 ' ** » system shattered by dissipation or other cause. Medicic.es securely put up, w::h tull direct''®* ind seat to order. Post pa'.d lefters promptly & tended to. Office on Franklin street, be.ow *»' change Hotel, ard ilrst door b«low Trlo'ty cburea, ttt.-hmor.d, Virginia * k T A UKKTI.M; Otf Til K nil >• > L ■*. of city of Bi> hmund, h »!cl Krijxy, Ocioae W'-h. kto\ tbr* following waaaioptod: - The c unci! i>sio« Mlltted fitt the p» titi jwrbtn VV»iw:c* «>d ot era are tb* pftiU'>a< ■' > e f >urth of the irwboUer* U ib« eitjr : doib 08 he »*M aeutiont . . 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