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N. H. Lioislatork. —The Legislature of New H»mp»hire met at Concord on Wednes day laat. Governor Martin, in hia opening addream referred to the late election, and de* preeated the bitterness of party strife as exhi bited in the course of the campaign. He also noticed in appropriate terms the great men recently deceased —Calhoun,Clay, Woodbury and Webster. Whkrk is Mrs. Bloomer?— The Boston papers ar«i making o great hue and cry over a pretty young Miss, from New York, who had the audacity to adopt male attire and procure a situation as clerk in the city of notions.— Bostooians are strangely inconsistent if they make harm of this little piece of humor on the part of the young lady, when they recognize Women's Rights Conventions and processions of nondescripts in Bloomer costume. nr Kossuth, in a receut letter to the Na tional Reform Lesgue in England, says he is done with oratory, and as to the present state of European Democracy, it is best not to talk a bout it. Nothing short of an extraordinary emergency, promising some practical result, shalt ever induce him, be says, to deviate from the chosen rule, never to speak any more in Eagland publicly. Captain Upshur.—The Norfolk Herald corrects the statement published a few days ago of the death of Captain U. P. Upshur.— A more recent letter has been received which slates that he was still alive on the 16th ult., with little or no hopes, however, of hia recove ry- ticRTLi ok the Rappahan.nock.—We learn from the Fredericksburg News that the survev of the Rappahannock river, under the uppto priation of the River and Harbor bill, will be commenced forthwith. ty Mr. Rfzin Pumphrev, of Prince George's county, Maryland, who was recently so severely assaulted near Washington, by a young man named Long, we learn from the Marlboro' Gazette, was on Monday still living, with a slight improvement in his case. Mr. William Corling, a venerable and well known citizen of Petersburg, died last 'J uesday. CP* Mrs. Potter receives the high com mendations of the N. Orleans Delta for her representation of "Evadne." - NEW BOUTS, SHOES, Trnnks, VALICES, Carpet Ac—Having re ceived most of roy Falljit'ck of the article, se lected bymyg'-lfßud purrhas. d of the manufacturers tor cash, I beg a call from rny eustomeis and the public, flatteung myself that 1 can off r them better bargains and articl-s than ever, notwithstanding tbe rise in the boot and shoe market. Among mv as sortment will be found Ladies' Gaiters, thick and tnin sole, foxed and tipped, ot various pric-s : La dles' Morocco Gaiters ind Lace Boots, thick and thin soles; Ladies' Morocco and Goot Buskin.-; Mo rocco S'ips and Ties, Ac , and an endless variety o! fientlemen's. Boys' and Children's Boots and Shoes: Servants' Boots and Shuee, and a large assortment ot Trunks. G f the Boot, just below City Hotel, opposite oc 16 WILLIAM WALSH. DEDUCTION IN PRICKS FOB I)RV Aw GOODS.—AII in want of bargains in Dry Goods will diweil to (live me a call. I have a good mam Goeds, bought at audi n, which 1 am selling very cheap. WM. J SWORDS, no V? X 25 Broad street. FOPND. —A sum of money, in my store, which the owner can have by cailini: at WM. J. SWORDS', I? 225 Broad street IIAKTFORD SCREWS.-1200 gro Hart 11 ford Screws, assorted, from 3-8 to 3>i inch, for sale by oc 19 LEW A TAYLOR. HUBS &■ FEI/LOtS.—Hubs, Felloes, and Bows, suitable for Buggys, Barouches, Coach es and Wagons, for sale by oc 19 VAN LEW & TAYLOR DBBT 80LAHAND SPERM OlL.S,just ■-* received and lor sale by THOMAS E PACE, oc •*' 222 Broad street A f°' 1 TOP BUGGY AND HARNESS •*». (complete) for sale. A bargain oan be had if early appl.cauon be maie at this office. ' oc 25—ts HAVANA AND PKINCIPETT. uAKb—By recent additions, we are enabled to oner one of the best snd largest assortment of we ave ever bad Our stock comprises the best and most popular brands !uported; for •ale low. PCRCELL, LADD At CO , no '** Druggists, 9i Main street. received a splendid assortment of ladiea* y Dressing CabiueU, spring-seat Tete-a-Tetes Sofas, Rookiug Chairs. 4tc„ which will be closed out cheap. j °° i 5 ALEX. NOTT &. CO. j HAY.— 75 bales soperior Hay daily expected per schooner Athos, for late by JOHN W. WRIGHT, 0 ' Dock Wharf L/JSft 1 "' ( *', IKK WHITE J-i «00 lbs ot Lewis' pure White Lead, in oil, In keg*<from to 300 lbs each, tor sale at fastory prices by J no 16 BENNETT A BEERS, Druggists. > BREAD.— Buckwheat cakes. 4c. Ac cm be made hy n«nii Babbit's Celebra. of time <I V® which, with ?reat saving ?u T ' " P rodLC * " 'ess cost than wah a good light and wholesome Dread wiihout uuce.tainty. Buckwheat cakes bit. X' with this infa'lible directions are ea-Sy fjllowed and accompany every box; for sale wholesale and retail V„ b M BgeDU l-URCELL, I-ADD &CO — fr* Mttip st. cor 14' ii. foTS,*^.! 88 . " K PAH1 ' «* fans Los-niters" nesl Ud e .n Bud °" r « °f bronchitis hoirse ness, wd all other diseases of the threat, for sale no 9 No .« DL' V AL, — H0136 Main corner lath ft P & MhKRIL'S YKAtiT POWDKM , WILLIAMS A KROTHFR. -K «(le by W Alw«y»on hand and fjr no ~ 7 P WOOLFOLK Jr, - . * 180 Broad street 1* 1 1^£LBUCKS.-* lompA 2r pound Spices, ground Coffee fee, always on hand and f<jr ui« bv no P W ?? 1 L R KOI S Jr ' —r— —' B'oad street f BO America. HoM, >. , — ,M 0 »«r<-et, Richmond OL.®0 L .® u «' r BKN «IE>T JAVXtOfFrt * el 7 •up.rlur, „ EDWIN WORTHAM * CO 100 BSSSf I'Zis, vz j ""«<r L ' aod Juda'sP.tentWpsrm fc?'«u"k " •-'« *>wi S wotrH,!.! 'n 80 18 KDWlrf WCRTHIM i co ..""Ig ED WIS WORTH AX 4 CO PE R M C&MOLRS.-.U) brl^~ no Si' rm r for sale by 00 « WILLIAMS t BROTtKR ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTRLB YESTERDAY. COLUMBIAN HOTEL.—N H Conner, Koanokc; O S Armstrong, R&D Railroad; W Foster, Amelia; G Panned, Henry; 8 D Harper, A 8 Scott, Amelia; O W Wingo, Nottoway; S Saott, P Harden. Amelia; Miss E R Pannell, H D Fowler, J R Stany, Pe tersburg; A S Scott, Mrs Scott, Miss Scott, Amelia; A Cosby, J C Carpenter, Gooch land; S Hutchison, J P Johnson, Pittsylva nia; J W Points, Atlanta, Georgia; A G Sig ler, Buckingham; I)r Brigga end lady, Uni versity, Virginia; J M Harris, Powhatan; J S Broddir, Petersburg; W W Grigg: Henry; J W Gates, Pattiick; J Kellv, Brookville; J Crostick, Petersburg; J J I'arker, Surr>; J W Cottroll, Goochland; R t Kyle, Mont gomery; E Scruggs, Powhatan; Mr Lightnrr child and servant, Amelia; J W Eggleston, Nottoway; John Wash, Powhatan; W J Hughes, Goochland; W W Stobson, Pow hatan; J Woodson, N N M Graves, Gooch land. EXCHANGE HOTEL—G B Butler, New York; Rll 'J' atumand lady, C Jselden, Mary Selden, V'a; Prof Hale, NO; J Morris, Char lottesville; L Master?, T Howlett, Amelia; W Helm, Wnrrenton; Mrs F B Lee and 2 child'n, F D Lee. S C; J Murphy, RN McVeigh, W A Barrett, Phila;J P Brown, J A Hooper. Miss Smith, Cumberland; R A Chandler, New Kent It Ray, R Rav, N Y; J M Harrison, A B Ma gruilpr, Va. CITY HOTEL—S G Wilson, Amelia; R Harris, New Kent; J E Mallory, V C R R; C L Lukens. J T Ba»-ksdale, D B Antvim, Albe marle; S Yarent, Augusta; J Lymington, M H Lindess, Newark; J Taro, I Bell, Ala; Capt Russel, J W II Jenkin*, W A Rawtentine, N Y; C Purkins, N C; L Bonehpll, S C. J W Smith, A L Whaling, J Lnfsev, Petersburg; D Miller, Staunton; I Steers, James City; J L Grey, Mr Belts, Va; J B McQtiillon, Wash ington: J 1) Saunders and servant, Portsmouth; Dr D W Southall, Smithfield. AMERICAN HOTEL —E Miller, Peters burg; D P Will?, Va Conf- rence; (i R Chap man, and J Phillips, NC; J I) Parman and J H West, Weldon; II Wilber, Clieraw ; P W Alfrind, Petersburg: C B Nichols, Cayuga; J C Jackson, Warrenton; \V Fuller, Petersburg; P J Barnes. Campbell; R Terman, New York; W J Slingerland, do; J W Murrell, Lynch burg; Mrs Pollard, child and servant, and Mrs H H Bell, SC; J C Butler, Georgia; E Hob good, Va; H Williams, N C; J T Stanley, 6a; W Perrott, SC; E P Phelps, and G W Live ley. New York. MARINE MEWS. PORT OP RICHMOND. ARRIVED, Bris; Manzinillo. Berry. Wilmington, N. C Schr At 05 Robiuson, New York. Schr Jnn Compton, Sharp, Pniladelphia. Schr Wm P Corbett, Huvit, New York. Schr Edith, Eldrige, Bo^ton. 8 AILED, Schr Henrico, Tuttie, New York, mdso, D Cur rie. Schr Elizabeth. Portland, mlee. V^ J l^'' Op' K"^T^ MECHIiM'3 RIVfR— Daily each iray between Staunton and Rie/iatcnd in 14 Hours — On and afier Mouday, 15'.h Nov., ieave Richmond at 6XI A M— stopping for breakfast at the Junction, and return ing, leave Mechuin's river at XIX A M„ and arrive in Richmond at 6i P M. Daily Councctiocs. FARE:— B t wten Charlottes7i ie and Richmond.... $3 50 " Staunton " " 5 00 " Lexington " " 7 00 " Calpeper CH. " " 4.5!) Connecting also with the Orange and Alexan d:ia Railro id! Tri-Wcekly CoHneetion^. Between Lynch'jurg aai Richmoasl, on Monday, Weonesday and Fricay going up, 54.50 Guyaadotte and Richmond, same days going West, 20.00 Between Charleston, Ka , and Richmond, same days, going West, 19.00 Between Buchanan and Rishmocd, 8.00 Between Weston and Richmond, on Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday, going West, 14 00 Between Beverley and Richmond, same days, go ing West, 11.00 " Our Stages arrive atStaunton, from Richmond. atttX P M., Ist day, at Lexington at 24 P M.. 2nd day, at Beverly at 7 P. M , 3d day. WM P FARISH & CO." A line of Four Horse Coaches will leave Gor donsviile for New Market, af er the arrival of the Cars, on Tuesday, Thurfday atid Saturday, aud re turn on Wednesday, Friday aud Sunday, by Ma dison C H. Servan 1 travelling without their masters, must leave a pass with the Ticket Agent, and also shew another to the Conductor. An exlra charge will be made if passengers do not obtain tickets. E H GILL, Sup't. of Transportation. Washington passengers may go by the Juuction, and roach that city in 24 hours from Staunton—taking the night train of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Company. £ H HILL, no 17 Superintendent 1 MOttE.—Winter Arrangement—Fare 85 only—The public are hereby informed that the comfortable «ad commodious low-pressure Steam er MARYLAND, Capt. Charles E. Mitchell, having been entirely refitted, enlarged, and improved in every respect, with berths for a large number of passengers, and with state rooms tor those who prefer being retired, is now on the route between E.chanond and Baltimore. Passengers by this agreo b,e and economical line will leave Richmond by the morning train, on Tuesday's at 7 o'clock, A. M., and reach BaUimoro on the follow ing mornings in time to proceed by the New Castle and Frenchtowa Steamboat line at half past 6 A M. or with the early train of those dayß to Phil aaeiphia. Returning, p-wseagers will leave Balti more on the afternoon of Thursday, at 3, P M , and connect at the Creek on Friday stscceediag. with the train which afj.vcjs ia Richmond at 3, P. M., ot the same days. Fare in either direction, So, (state rooms ami meals tor cabin passengers, estra, except in the cast ot iadies and families, who will have the privilege of state-rooms tree of charge.) Forward cabm passengers, (inclading and lodging on board,) Fare for first class passengers between Baltimore ani Phi'.adel hit. by the New Castle and French town line $5 50. For secenu class do, 91 50. Afa kin/f tht whole fare from RieJtmomi to Philadelphia iPZ , claii P°*scng-r» by Mi agreeable line, »7 50 only. Nor further particulars, or through tickets, hod!? at me office of the Richmond, Fredericks&uT/ I Potomac Railroad Comp?ny. no 19 J. B. WINdTON, Ticket Agent '1L* 1 d ' Blr * We ouaineos stand- R £** " preßeDt occupied by rlrnW given the 1 8l De -2BSa.-'-» «*"' "»«m .o m cS U,"5l : P ", 17 .- GFO^CR J BHMNKR Auot. ,^ edal ? t <* dwaf l Chryan hauiams of and color. 1 for JTj'- ™ "° 17 Ch, - Ku " r ' iSUIa •> >a»r C ° .^n^tlTt R-»ds Madft p«, ,C, I c *~ 1 ' 11 food stock of of the '"*> *?P<"ed <*■ Uo.t [ soon if ton wishing ec for Call ! « a. cj,»p '""r'mSi"''- (2 ***''"» o* f " ' ot '• fr " ls " Beaver Overcoa • some vrtry 'Wo. .<.«.*» t';l <•» it, „v« * O,erco«tt from t3 to 4*7. * * i»0 17 RhJJM, (JlilLliS A BALD Wl*. CE DA E TAR-Caaiaavtiai Cared.— The moat anoeeaalnl remedy now in uae for the cure of Incipient Consumption, Brrochltia, Asthma, Cough*, Sore Throat, diaeaaea of the Ltvwr end Kidney a, King'a Evil, Tettrr, Dyspepsia, Ac., pre- Kred by Mra B. B. Norria, 343 Bahimoie street, ltimore. Mas. B. B. Noaais—Dear Madam : Per several yeara I hare been afflicted with frequent hetnor ihagea of the lungs, attended with a painful cough (tried various remedies, and had the beat medical advice, but without relief until I tri ;d your Cedar Tar, which haa entirety cured me. Youra reapectfullj, GEORGE PARKS, 127 Saratoga atreet, Baltimore, Md. October 3d, 1852. Call and get Pamphlet* containing certificates, r*-; Beware of counterfeits. The genafne arti cle ii for aale by P HORTON REACH, 91 Mahi street, Sole Agent fof Richmond, and no 9 General A aent for Eastern Virginia. 'POBAI'CO FIXTURKS FUR HALE. — A A complete set of fixture*, in good order for manufacturing aix boxes per day, consisting in pert of two large size Flattening Screws, two do for sheeting, with mills complete; four do for boxea; also, S s mills, 5 s do pound, do % pound do, bands, billets, stoves, benches, andevcry other article that is necesjary. The factory in which these fixtures are, can be rented at a very moderate prior, say about $75 Dcr year. The above fixtures will be of fered for sale privately, until the loth of Decembsr; •f not disposed of before that thnf, will be sold a: public Bnction, of which due notice will be given. For further information apply te no 15—121* PC'LI.IAM A DAVIS. D 1 — The co-partnership here tofore existing und'T the firm oi L. A M. ROSE, is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved. September 16th, 1852. The subscriber, in returning his most sincere thanks for the very liberal pationage so kindly be stowed on the old firm, begs to inform bis o!d cus tomers and the citizens generally, that he has just returned from the North with an entire new stock of Fall (icods, amongst which may b« found handsome designs in Silks Silk Velvets, Mousltn de Laine, Cashmeres, Merinos, Alpacas, and an ex tensive assortment of crape, long, square and thih->t Shawls; also, a very large assortment of Flannels, Blankets, Kerseys, Linseys, Ac. &c., and almost evary article usually kept in a dry goods house, which will be sold on the mort reasonable terms. MORRIS W. ROSE, oc 6—2 m 203 Broad street. A TEST NEWS FROM KlKllt'h.- DOUBLK BARRELED GUNS! DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS!!—Just received, direct from Europe, the most splendid lot of Double and Single Barreled (inns, Percussion Caps, Powder Flasks ami Shot Poaches, of every description, which will fee sold at very reduced prices. Having been to England myself, making all my purchases dircct irom the manniacturer for cash, and being desirous of doing a large business in the Gun line, I wiilsell aa low as any Northern import er, at my Cheap Cash Store, No 96 Main street, Richmond, Va HENkY HYMAN, Importer of Guns nnd Watches, Next door to John N. Gordon"s Grocery fttore. Sportsmen ate rt spectfuliy invitee to call and ex amine the new Patent, and latest Improved Double Barreled Gun, just received from England. A lioeral discount will be made to Whole sale Dealers and Country Merchants Don't forget that it is "No. 96, Main street," Rich mond, Va. se 17 / tLOTIIING! CLOTHING 1 OF 81TPE l> RIOR CUT AND WORKMANSHIP—FALL AND WINTER '52-3 —J. D. GOODMAN, No 134 Main Street, opposite Eagle Square, kich mond, Va., has now open his large, new Winter stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, all of which will be sold at the very lowest cash prices. He re spectfully calls the attention of purchasers to ins large and carefully selected assortment of dress aDd Coats, made of blaek and lancy French and English cloths; business aud over Coats, of every handsome style and material, whieh cannot be sur passed for neatness oi workmanship and fit; Pants and Vests in endives variety of styles, qualities, solo rs, cut and price; boys' Clothing, consisting of Frock and Over Coats, Round Jacket', Pants. Vests, Jt«. Furnlsbing Goods.—He has spared r.o pains in making his .lock of Fancy Goods one of the richest consisting of black and fancy Silk and Satin Scarfs and Cravnts, Ties and Stocks; silk, plush *nd merino Muffers ; Gloves, ftnstsenders, Han 1- kerchiefß, Shirts, Collars, Socks merit o and Silk UnderShirts and Drawers. &c. From his very great facilities in purchasing and manufacturing fcis stock, he is offering the greatest bargains. J. D. GOODMAN, oc 38 134 Main street. \tW VOttK Ll*E INSURANCE COM i. 1 PANY.—The quarterly statement of this com pany is received, ending litOetober. During the quarter 244 P. Hcies were issued—pre miums on the same amount to $16,046 56 Premiums on renewals, same time t>9 475 76 Total premiums $e5,5&4 32 Losses paid daring the same time amount to 19,750 00 The assets of the company up to the same date (invested in United States and New York State Stock, &c ,) were.. .$539,860 00 This company confines its business to Lite In surance alone, a:.d being o-. the Mutual plan, all profits accrue tor the benefit of the insurei All losses paid punctually, 60 days after proof of the death ot the party, or ft will be advanced, deduct ing the 60 days interest For further information, call on the Agent, No 208 Main street, equate above the Rank*. oc 20 CH AS. VVOKTHAM. Agent. ALL Pnysicians Hgree that "large and frequent doses of nauseous alcoholic compounds taken into the stomach from time to time, must have a tendency to destroy the healthful tone of that vital organ of the human system," and it is well known to all the medical profession, that the active princi ple of a gallon of liquid medicine can be placed in a teaspoon; why then the use of giving large and n tuseous draughts f The erroneous idea tint "the more nauseous th"s medicine the more potent its ef lects," is now discarded by all ca did reasoners, and it is indisputably proved beyond doubt that BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFiRS, a medicme cf the mjit agreeable and palatable nature, is the most effectual remedy tor Coughs, Colas, and th-ir con st quences. Tney invatiably give relief in ten min utes. and are so pieasaut to the taste that any obtld will take them. Price 25 cents per box. Fnr sale by no 4 GAVNOR & WOOD. Drmgists UUTG'HESON>S CELEBRATED REM EDY FOR BLIND AND BLEEDING PILES — Warranted a s.fe, sure sr.d mild remedy for Piles, Pralapsus Ani, and all other diseases of the rectum. One box will convince the pari- tit uf its mild and curative properties Price 4 oz. one dollar. 2 oz. sflc per box. Prepared by W. HUTCHESON, Amsterdam, Botetourt County, Va. For sale in Klchmond by Purcell, Ladd Sc. Co, Dove & t'o and Adie & Gray. se 29— dly A I BK RT L. WEST, HOUSE CARPEN TER AND JOINER, thankful for the liberal p«- ronage which he has recoived during the last five years, wou'd inform his friends and the public ihat he a prepared to undertake. BUILDINGS ol fcvary kind on accommodating tetms. Having a practical knowledge of tLe business, h hop»*a. by strict attention to it, to give satisiaatioo to all who may employ him. Shop on Bth, between Grace and Franklin streets, Richmond. se 13—dtlj A W KAPP S FATKNT NICHE GOi.D PKN.— A further supply received, in regatd to which the National Intelligencer eay«: "They are conftrticied a- d manufactured on an entire new principle, thereby embracing ail the desirable elas tiiity, and every other pleasing quality of the <j*il pen Hi-having been aprtf aaor ot prnmmbhip for opwards of thirty years, would enable him to stusy the dt-iecis and supply tha Cefic!enot»*« thst h-*Te her* tcforc existed in the formation of gold pens" For tale by GENNKT & JAMhS, no 10 Eagle Squarw. Chan. R. Darrein. John A. Kurgew. H4RREYS A BURGESS, BOUtiE, SIGN AND OHNAMENTAL PAINTERS, No. 165, Main Stbbkt, (nk'blt orroarr* THE KXCIIANSM BaMC,) RICUMoKO. Va , WIiKBE they will thankfully receive and promptly execute all work entrusted to them N. B.—Orders from ceuntry so Hcited. au ;ill—3m WHISKEY.—OId Bourbon and i i j .'ne v h skey, in store and lot sale by »'Q 3 GUIHGK J HERRING. rjlll itAI.S Rlw, LAi. LkUA, jX JUU MAICA AND JAVA COFFEE, fjr sale by «"> 'J L. D. CRENSHAW A CO. (J HAN BERRIES, liesh, received .nd fer .al« P" '7 JtT<W Pl?2'N| WA.iTfcU.— e£ou vt lae-tin' «I "e Uiu-in." no fl-to AMD, PIZZINf. EDUCATION. RBV. ffl. D. HOOK'S BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, Corner sf Frank. Ua and 3th Sirentn, Rio mond, Va.—The next term of th's Institution will commence on the Ist of October. The course of stuffy will embrace all the branches pertaining to a thorough English education, together with Ancient and Modern Lan guages. Last year more then 100 pupils were in attendance at the same time, but during the next term the number will be restricted to 100—twenty of whom will be received as boarders in the family of the Priucipai. Charge for board, washing and all usual accommodations, for ten months, 8220, as heretofore. Tuition in English, from 625 to S4O, according to the advancement of the pupil. French. Spanish or Italian, $20 ; Latin, fls ; Music, $7 per month. The German Language will be taught ?re!ly, or b7 the nana! methed, to a» many as may wish to acquire it,frteoJ ckargf.. Rev. J. P. BAFFORD will occupy the position which was filled by the Rev. VV. J Hoge last year. Mr. SafTord is a gentleman of varied and accurate scholarship, and has had several years experience as an instructor in some of th« best institutions in our country. Young Ladies from the country, as well as from the city, are desired to be present on the first day of the eetsion. It is often a serious inc /nveni»i»oe and discouragement to a pupil to enter a class which has made even a week's progress. Payments bivnriabU/ in advance—one-half on the first of October, the other on the first of March. All communications wil! receive prompt atten tion. Address Rev. M. D. HOGE, au 27—d&w3m Richmond, Va. ® INSTRUCTION ON THE PI ANO FORTE, HARP, GUITAR, AND VOCAL MUSlC.—Professor Brandt respectfully informs the citizens of Rich mond that he intends giving lessons on the sbove mentioned instruments, and also in the higher branches of Vocal Music, to commence on the 15th of Noven ber next. Prof. B. having had an experience of eighteen years in the profession, and having successfully taught in several of the largest Seminaries in the South,now offers his service* to the different Fe male Seminaries, as well as to the citizens of Rich mond generally. Far advanced scholars will have the benefit of being accompanied on the Violin. Profetsor Brandt is permitted to refer to the Rev. Dr. Jones, and to the Rev. Dr. Leroy M. Lee. All orders received at Mr. P. H. Taylor's Music Store, where references can be seen. no B—2w8 —2w DRAWING. —J. S. PERKINS having return ed to Richmond foT the winter, will give in struction iu the various branches of Drawing, as Landscapes, Heads, Figures »nd Flowers. His sub jects or model* are by the best masters, and have been selected with a view to attract and interest the b'gianer, while they cultivate a correct tasta, and gradually lead the pupil to a bold and independent ■rtyle of execution that will readily enable him to draw from nature. All lovers ci this art are invited to call at his rooms (corner of 3th and Franklin streets) and ex amine his portfolios. Lessons given at the pupils' residences, if desired. Separate hours devoted to young Gentlemen and ycmng Ladies at his studio, where they will be re cemd on the same terms as in schools. oc4—3m* ALL. SVALCBOVS.— H. P. TAYLOR, Bth strett, between Grace and Franklin—My School being exclusively for beginners, I give spe cial attention to Reading, Correct Enunciation, Grammar and Spelling; also to Geography, Map Drawing, Arithmetic and History. Specimtns ot my boys' composition and writing, may be always seen at the Dispatch office. My Kvle is peremp tory, but as gentle as prtgsible. «c 9 IV KW COMMISSION llOi'SH—The eub i* ecribers have entered into copartnership under the firm of VKNDUETON & BROTHER, for the transaction of fce Commission Business in TOBAC CO, COTTON and PRODUCE GENERALLY and have taken Wareh«uss No. 120 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore, Mi. R. W. PBNBLETON, P. P. PENDLETON. Baltimore, August 16tb, 1838. Rqfersnca: Hugh Jenkins 4. Co , Baltimore. F. W. Brune & Pons, do. Wm. Wilson & Sons, do. Edwin Wortham ic. Co., Richmond. Archb'd Thomas & Bon, do. Hugh W. Fry, do. Rhodes <fc Oglebay, Bridgeport Ohio. John Creigb, Cincinnati. Gordon & Co., LiuisviHe. W H. Baitipss, Charleston, B. C. Otis J Chafee, do. do. James McCullogh, Pittsburgh. Brown &. Kirkpatriek, do. Z. Chafee. D. Lamb, Ew., fltosh'r N. W. Bank, Wheeling S. Brsdy, Esq., do. Mer. &. Meeh do. io. James R. Baker, Whee lng Josiah Sibley, Hamburgs, S. C. Henry A. Schrceder, Mobile, Alabama. A L. Gaines, New Orleans. oc 12—t w6m Lots on union hill fur hale. As the agent and trustee of THOS. H. BLA KEY, I will sell, privately, in lot* containing one or more acres each, to 6uit purchaser!, eight or ten » "es of the land now owned and occupied by the said Blakny. These loto are b' autit'ully situa ted on Union Hill, fronting on the road leading to Blakey's Mill, about amile and a half only from the old market. Terms accommodating. Refer to John Shore,or to the subscriber, at his uffice No. 71 Main street, upstairs,over Messrs. Sinton Sc. Co. au 9—3tawts I. R. WATKINS CARPET WAKE ROOMS, 9>, MAiN fcTttfcET WE H4VK IN STOKE FOR SALE and invite citizens and visitors to the city examine, a large stock of CAKPETiNGS, RUG 4tc,of turewn importation, from themanufa-f • rers direet, and 'elections in person at the Nort - ern factories. The assortment embraces a great variety of Super English Velvets do do Tapestry do da Brussels do do Three-Ply do do Inprain Extra American Three-Ply do do Ingrain Venetian f jr stairs end pasregra, of Bnalieh and American mantrfactnro CSren'iiTle, Velvet and Tutted Rugs, Mosaic, super Cloth, Embossed and Printed Table and Piano Covers, Floor Cloths, Door Mats, the no B—d!Btw4t*8 —d!Btw4t* RIL'HARBSON 4c CO. jtt A CA K O—GENTLEMEN'S DKB6S ■ GOODS.—We respectfully invite Gentle me i ia want ol handsome and durable Dress Boots, Gaiters, &c, to call and examine oar large and varied assortment of articles hi that Kne. We have been at great pains to select the meet tasteful an j choicest goods, and have had mida cx pressly to our order various styles ar.d patterns of gentlemen's Dress Boots, Shoes ani Gaiters, that we are confident win be appre-ved by those who wish something at once useful and beautiful Please give nsa cal', at our large and convenient store, where may be found the m <»t complete as sortment of Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Car pet Bag*, to be found at anyone place tn Vir ginia WHITE it PAfIE, 73 Main st, 3 doors below Do iley's Hat Store. SECOND SUPPLY.—CHRIS I'IAN Sc. LA THROP are reviving (hair tecond supply of Goods, among them— 50 pieces Mous'aines at 2# eta per year, same quali ty as those we have been selling at 37J and 60c 30 pieces more of those cheap Moasleinea at I2i cts 60 dresses fine Paris do, at 75 eta, worth $1 Extra Manchester G ngb mi for children SHI, Rich Velvet and Cloth Cljaka Velvet Ribbons and Walloons. Call at no 9 99 Main mtreet, YOL'NU MILL.VV ttIGHT'S AND X MILLER'S GUlDE,illustrated by £8 descrip ttve plates, by Oliver Evans. The Artist's Guide and Mechanic's Own Book, embracing the portion -A chemistry applicable to the mechanic arts, with xbstraeta uf electricity,gal van:sm, pnoumafics, eotics,astrooemy, and mechanical philosophy, Ac, &c, by James l'fl kmgtoo. Meehaaiosfor th« Mill-Wright, Michioist, Engi neer, Civil Knylueer, Architect aud Htuiient, con t.wiing acicar elementary rxpositiou of the priori p es and practice of building machines, by k reder tck Ovt'tm«n. Engineer's *ndJMeohanic's Pocket Book, by Chas U. Ha.-well. For suit, by JAS B GIBB, co 11 '53 opposite City Hotel. C CHOICE MADEIRA WINE.-A smailla l v ic« '-Tiota"and •• Nary' Wine, s»-leeted in Madeira by a gentleman of this city, for stle by oc 13 R. M. LURTtiN ALBKMAKL.B PIPPIN APPLKs.-lU bt>U lor tale by J PiZZiNI. Also, (fine Malaga Grapes. "• »' 9. P. ■ . 111 MANUFACTORY, IBi! ill"" 1 "' caw g dealers in boots, TRI.NKB. VALICEB, CARPET BAGS, 4e—PEMBERTOW A BRO, 161 Main street, oppoiite the Exchange Bank, respect fuUj invite strangers visiting the citj, and the pub lic generally, to call and examine their large and complete aaaortment of articles in the above line. Their price* will be found to be a* low aa thoae of any other house, whether by the tingle pair, doien oroaa. The stock embraces— Gentlemen's Dress Shoes, Gaiters and Bootees Do calf, kip. and stout Boots and Bootees Youth's Boots an J Booties, of msny kinds ; Servant's bound and unbound 'Ladies' Shoes, BnUai, Kids, Jenny Linds, Ac Ladies' black, bronze and colo ed Gaiters Buskins end Bootee* for servant women, various styles Misses and Children's Shoes, in great variety Travelling Trunks, plain Leather and Hair Trunks Cy»AIl of which are'offered at the lowest rate* PEMBERTON & BRO, 161 Main *t. Opposite Exchange Bank, Richmond, Va. *e 17—3 m TO SPORTSMEN OF THE FlKl.il, THOMAS H. TYREK, re spectfully informs the friends and old customers of his father, and the public in general, that he has just opened a handsome assortment of Double and Single Gins, Powder Flasks, Shot Belts, (■time Bags, and every article in the Gun and Sporting line. Also, a great variety of Colt's Five Scooters, Allen's Revolvers, single barrel Pistols oi all kinds, Bowie Knives, &c„ Ac., ail of which wili be sold at the lowest possible prices. GONSMITHING done in all its varieties, such a» gun. rifle and pistol stocking, altering fire-arm* i f all kinds into percussion and all other repairs be longing to toe trade. Keys fitted to door trunk, cabinet and other locks; and walking Canes mount ed in gold or silver—all of which will be under the superintendence of his father, THOMAS TYRER so well known to the public of Virginia for the last 25 years ; and notice is here given th3t TYRER'S Gun Establishment is No. 116 Main, 3 doors below Governor street NOTICE to my old friends, customers, and the public in general, is here given, as per advertise ment above, that you will find me once again fol lowing my old business; and it will give me much pleasure to wait on all who may give me a call at No. 116 Main street, in eelliDg to them any article in our line of business, irom the smallest quantity of ammunition to a superior double-barrel Gun; or in attending to any work in the gunsmitbing line; and promise that no such work shall leave Tyrer's Gun Establishment, unless it is done in the most substantial and superior manner. THOMAS TYRKR, no s—dim Gun and Rifle Maker. « VVATCHKS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c. 4c, Cjl made and repaired thoroughly, and on reasonable terms by WILLIAM JAMES BARTHOLOMEW, On Governor Street, Opposite the Dispatch Office. fy Musical Boxes, Accordeons, &.C., repaired. Plate, Slc , engravrd. Clocks attended to within 2 miles of the Post Office. oc 20— d3nri* DENTAL SUHGKON.—Dr. |MKs K. C BAN i >LER, (graduate of the Baltimore College of Dental Surge ry.) offers hia professional services to the citizens of Richmond and vicinity. Office 145 Main street, Eag'e Square. Retebencxb-—Professor C. B. Gibson, Professor C. P. Johnson, Rev. Dr. Howell, Rev. J. B. Taylor, Rev. Ro. Ryland, A. G. Wortham, M. D., and Wm. F. Butler, Esq , Richmond. Professor C. A. Harris, Professor Thos. E. Bond, Protessor W. R. Handy, Prof. C. O. Coue, and l,es ter Noble. D. D. 8., Baltimore. se 3—d6m OK. ADUINUTON, (.gradu ate,) DENTIST, practitioner since 181?, having fully tested his reduced prices, desires to make known to every person that he will continue permanent, the following charges tor his services; with the assur ance that his operations shall be performed better than under his past exorbitant fees. How so? Be cause he and his assistants are kept in full exercise, and make more money. Extract tooth 25 cents; Plug with silver or tin 50 gents; with gold 75 cents; Pivot Tooth »2 50; Plate Teoth #3; upper or lcrwer setts 925, with or with Ait natural, artificial gums. 4cc. no 5 pianos.—p. a. tavlur is receiving elesant ani* fl n ■ ft flplain Pianos from the popular ma If « W U «j(er», Nanna & Clark. These instruments received the great gold medal prize at the "World's Fair" London, 1851; aid they have invariably received the first prize at the American Institute Fairs in this country. Th»;y combine all the modern improvements with the Metallic Frame and patent oner strings and are confidently recommended for sweetntis of tone anri great durability, which quality will be appreciated in the eouutry, where good tuners are seldom found. P.H.Taylor has sold these instruments in this city for the last seventeen years, to the entire satis faction of his numerous customers. Old Pianos taken in part pay. Pi«no Stools and Mu»ic, (the largest and best collection in the Sta e) Violin and Gaitar Strings, Violins and Guitars of the best quality, at low prices. P. H. TAYLOR, Piano and Music Store, OC 5 160 Main st'eet, opposite the Ranks. >Aa IN. W . KELSON Ac CO., ■1 MERCHANT TAILORS, lflr Broad St , Opposite R «r F. R. R Depot, Have received their Fall and Winter Goods, etnbraciug the latest and most fashionab'e styles. They respectfully request a call from their customers and the public Attention is also called to their superior assort ment of made clothing, which cannot possi bly fail to please both as regards style and price, oc 4—Dm M GREAT REDUCTION IN m THE PRICE Or HATS, CAPo AND S BOOTS —In buying your Huts and Boots, go right to Head Quarters, J. H. ANTHONY, Columbian Hot . corner, where Moleskin Hats of beitqua'ity are selling at $3 SO Second quality 300 Silk Hate irf the latest fashion 250 Fine Calfskin sewed Boots 3 50 Together with an assortment of Cloth, Plush, and Oil Silk Caps; Soft Fur and Wool Hats, Silk, Ging ham and Cotton Umbrellas, at low «e29 * rv J?\ HANDSOJIt uK., —» "Ow I TAILING GOODS, at 7i)|ljl V ; Main street—. ulff I English, French, and In-VB laMH dia Crina Dinner Sets! English and French China Tea and TfWlet Sets English Parian and other China Sideboard Pitch ers, some beautiful patterns Rlsh cut aad pressed Glass Bowls—Ofiery and Pitkles Rich cut and pressed Goblet*, Tumbler*—Wines and Jellies Rich cut and pressed Glass Decanters, Sweet meat Dishes, die, &c Gts Chandeliers, Lamps, Giracdotas and Castors Lookftig Cihuses and a full stock of common G jeds, afl fe.r sale law by WM F BUTLER, n«l6— eed2w Importer,79 Main street. L'RANKLIN CLOTHING STORE, 134 I Main Street, Richmond, Va.—The sub scribers would respectfully caQ die a:t"i>tion i f the citizens of Richmond and the surrounding country to their very large and well selected stock of Keady Made Clothing, consisting of every style and quality for Fall and Winter wear, all which we gar rantce tc- sell lower than any Goods of the same quality in the city of Richmond. We. therefore, in vite all who wish to obtain a good an-cle at a very low price, to give us a call. Als i, a very large and select stock of gentlemen*' Fsruishim; Goods. se 25—2 m R. DKCOU St CO TO TOBACCO MANUFACTURE RM.- The »üb»crib:r solicits the attention of Tobac e» M«nnfa<-tu'er, t« hi* superior Presses ani Mills, of every description. p JtAHM, Eajle Foundry, Cary below Pearl street, au 81—6 m IC'II.UOND, ERKDEKICK.SUI Hl» A AND POTOMAC RAILKO> I) —NOTICE "he depatturo of themornin' train going Notth, fr*»m ai d aflet the Ist day of Jtovemter next, wtii be at 7 o'clock, as Urmofly; the nI«U :raio at 0, P. M - ~ THOMAS SiIAKP, Sapt 0c23 r RV,p.rL u ,^ N, J CttuWKfi D suolT d ~ h»vef >r st-'e a very superiui (-hou!- der B'ace, the cnlj one over loven;«d to rtmedy round nh'iulJen, protrudicg shoulder b!ad**s, we»k chests, fee. This Brscalisdspud to all a e ->s and «"•; aid for cHliJren, It has no equal Y"»ng men who hive wtuk chests f'otr stanoing too K>ua in one posiiion, will find Uds Brace inestimaitle For sale by O. A BTKECUK. " We Cpwk m >• Win Mm » IX/ w XV Kit ttvt'il CLHKH Wing " V «T .llier Mrdiel.* t" «. gmmj Ttectare!—Gß AT ITf CAL DISCOVERY!-With such tarn mo»y noiXl wrproof can be given, unless it be trial of thi«w2" derful Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. Let the afflicted read! read! Barkellvili.e, Allf.cawy Co Mt>, i To Messrs Mortimer L Mowbray. ' i Dear Sir«: In justice to Dr Hampton's Ve«efe,v • Tincture. I wish to inform yon that I was tak'n.-"J on the 3d day of January last, with an nftectionV.f , b Z stomach, bowel* and kidneys. I was attended bv f>*! eminent physicians for more than two month* ,!i,' tie or no effect. I had some knowledge of virtue in Hampton's Tincture from one bottleVk,'l my wife had taken two years mice. * I came to the conclusion that I would take no mt*. medicine from my physicians, but try the and I am happy to inform you I had not takes it > days before X felt it* powerful influence upon my ach. I have eonti nued using the Tincture, and un P „. able to leave my room, and can eat any common ii-Z without much inconvenience or pressure on my stoa ach. 1 a " The afflioted or their friends are daily visitin* me t» learn of the great virtue there is in this Tincture v Hampton's. I expect to send you several certificates i n » <■,„ day#—one especially from a young lady who b u C.I confined to her room twelve mouths, with adiseu* the head, affecting the brain. ** * Respectfully yours, E W HALL. On the permanency of the cure hear him. SriS a*, other letter from the above! Barrellville, Allegany Co, Mo. j October 13, 1852 ! Mewr* Mortimer k Mowbray: Dear Sirs- I am happy to inform you that this d« finds me in the enjoyment of eood health, by the n*» i your Hampton's Tincture and the blessius of God I am enabled to pursue my daily avocations a» usna ami I have a great desire that the afflicted should know great curative powers of the Tincture. I am, with respect, yours, S W HALL. Truth Stranger than Fiction '.—None needTkgpm ' — A Lady s Testimony after thirty-eight years » Suffering" Were there not real virtue in this wonderful med;- cine, could it perform the astonishing cures made bj Northampton County, April 13, 13o» Meters Tyler k Adair: I have been afflicted with rheumatism, at times hi my twelfth year; I will be fifty years of age the 13th of this month; the attacks were at times so sever" as to render me helpless; I have tried various remedies to very little effect. Last October I was attacked ta my shoulders, sides, back, and hips; I could not re*, day or night; I eoqld not move any part of my brx?r without crying with nain , at this time I also tried m». Ny remedies, internal and external, without receiving any relief; I was at last advised to try Hampton's V®. getable Tincture; before I had taken one buttle of which I felt much better, and as I continued taking it £ felt strength coming into my back and limbs, and m» stomach strengthened and revived everv way; I haei taken five bottles, and am much better than I expecV ed to be. I intend to use it whenever I need it, and would recommend it to the afflicted, believing it une qualled. Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWBLL Rev. \>rnon EgkriHge, U. S. N. Portsmouth, Va, August 18, 155! Mr J E Boush—Dear Sir: While I am in general »p posed to Patent Medici nes. candor compels me to staut that I have great confidence in the virtues of Hamp ton's Vegetable Tincture. For several months pas! 1 hare used it in my family, and in dyspepsia, loss m a p petite, dizziness, and general debility, with entire su* cess. So far as my experience extends, therefor*. I take pleasure in recommending it to the afflicted is » safe and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, VERNON ESKRIDGE. Chaplain in the C. States Navy; Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy its mild actimise the stomach, liver, and the kidneys, will cure dyspep sia, cough, Mthma, bronchial and lung aftections, pain* in the back, side and breast, consumption, scrofula, rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, fistula, piles bowel com plaints, worms, nervous debility—with all diseases sing from impure blood, and is the greatest female one dicme ever known Call and get pamphleta gratis, and see certificates of cures. For sale by O. A. STRF.CKER, Main street, Rich mond; O. R. JONES k. CO, Petersburg Va.; [)<vMr COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER k MOW BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggists generally. oc 29 TO CISKE A COM), WITH HEADACHE AND SORENESS OF THU ) yrlQ BODY, take the CHERRY PF.CTORAL U on *°' n * to k®'*' wra P n P warm to s*-e«t V Jfr t f during the night. For a cold and cough, take it morning, and evening, according to direction* on the bottle, and the difficulty will soon be removed None will long suffer from this trouble when they find it can be so readily cured Persona afflicted with a seated cough, which breaks them of their rest at will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going t» bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, aod consequently refreshing rest. Great relief from suffer ing, and an ultimate cure is afforded to thousands whe are thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy. From iU agreeable effect in these cases, many find themselves unwilling to forego its use « hen the riece* ■itv for it has ceased. From two eminent physicians in Favettevillk, Tenn, April 16th, la* Sir—We have given your Cherry Pectoral an exten ded trial in our practice, and find it to surpass every otherremedy we have for curing afiections of the rev piratory organs. Drs. DIEMER Sc HAMPTON To singers and public speakers this remedy is invsJ anble, as by its action on the throat and lungs, when taken in small quantities, it removes all hoarseness :n a few hours, and wonderfully increases the power sad flexibility of the voice. AsthmaMs generally much relieved, and often wholly cured by Chtury Pectoral. But there are some canes so obstinate fc ro yield entirely to no medicine. Chet ry Pectoral w ill cure them, if they can be cured. Bronchitis, or irritation of the throat and upper pot tl-m of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pec toral in small and frequent doses. The uncomfortable oppression is soon relieved. Rev Dr Lansing, of Brooklyn. New York, states " I have seen the Cherry Pectoral curs snch case* of Asthma and Bronchitis as lends me to believe it *su rarely fail to oure those diseases.' ' For Croup, give an emetic of antimony, to b* follow ed bv large and frequent doses of Cherry Pectoral, un til it subdues the disease If taken in season, it wfl not fail to cure. Whooping Cough msy be broken up and soon cured by the use of Cherry Pectoral. The Influenza is speedily removed by this remedy Numerous instances have been noticed where whole families were protected from any serious consequence while their neighbor*, without the Cherry Pectond, were suffering from the disease. From the distinguished Professor of Chemistry 304 Materia Mediea, Bowdoin College. I have found the Cherry Pectoral, as its ingrndieuts show, a powerful remedy for colds, and coughs, and pulmonary diseases. PARKER CLEVELAND, M D Brunswick, Me. Feb 5, 1847. Dr Valentine Mott, the wid# lr celebrated Prjfessor W Surgery in the Medical College, N York city, says. It give# me pleasure to certify the value and emcsey of Cherry Pectoral, which 1 consider adapted to cure diseases of the throat and lungs. Cures of severe diseases upon the lunis base been effected by Cherry Pectoral in such eitreme cases as warrant the belief that a remedy has at length beec found that can be depended on to cure the coughs, colds and consumption, which carrv from our midst thou sands every year It is indeeaa medicine ta which to afflicted can look with eonfidence for relief, and tftey should not fail to avail themselves of it. Prepared by J C AYKR. Chemist, Lowell. Mass Sold in Richmond by PCJRCELL, LAPI> h 00. sad by all the Druggists turooghout the city and State oc I—d3m PUIVATK PKACTIt'K.—Dr PLIMK « CO. may be consulted, confidentially, tor toe treatment of the following diseases: fc.ruptx>»* sk/TO Leg*, Dk-ers, Glandular Swellings, or « argenjoziU,Syphilis, and all morbid discharge#, whether recent or chronic. AUo. all lb*" oo«b --ulamu termed female diseases. Jhe advertiser! invite attention to their ohemioal eitract of Wi-a Flowers, whicfi may be regarded as the very best article known, to give tone and vigor to certam •itused a»:d debilitated organ*. as well as to renot* t system shattered by dissipation or other causa. Medicine* securely put ap, with full directions, and sent to order. Post paid letters promptly Moded to. Oifice on Franklin street, beluw K*- change Hotel, and lira! door below Trinity churoft. Rich mood. Virginia 4T A nkkti.M; OK THK ( Ol'Nta of the city of fitchmond, h-ald Kiuiay, October SWth, 1&52, the following wu adopted: The council being »»t!afit*d that the pv dtjjM «■ Cor bin Warwick »"d ot- .era art- the petiti»n« ot o>e-fourth of Use treetookiera ct' ibe city, aoui oa the aaid petition* Rrsolee, That a po'l beard the same 11 here'y t'irtctcd, to Uie th> aenac of the freeholder* of th* city on theque*tioo whether the council, on tehilfol th»city, rany »übacribn to the oJ the Kicbmv»>» and liantil'e railroad tympany, a couipany incut poritea for a work f>f Internal improTero< - ut in tw Suae, (part of which Is to b • cooiJroeted m Jf near the city,) an amount not exo'fdlii* 450 000; thtt the time of thJ poll ha Thursday, tits 2d Jay »' Decem ber next, and that ttu rwoittfaon be pubfc tied to* one oiotilli and alter ward* until the itay ot the paft in at le**l two ttewapapert of the eit». A true oupy : WM f JHKPfABPi no 1--IU Ci't C itieh"-'on-1. L>lHi"t£ 11'*' V t.LV K'V VtS !>.-> * r CHANT it WEI.-UOEH have a b*a»- ful lot of fancy Cot V.-Ivec V- »tt, of the *»■«( »r.i'ity. 8 MKUCUANT A WKISIOKR. bo 8 jllo ll*Uaia«m*