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VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. TUESDAY, NO* 23, 1852, Hesatc. There were no bills pawl in the Senate to dav. The attendance of members is yet too limited (about thirty in their seats to-day) to take up bills on their passage. Mr. Ambler introduced a resolution instruct ing the commutes on Roads, Ate., to enquire into the expediency of authorising tne James River and Kanawha Company to pledge the toils on the Rivanna River for the redemption of any loan which maybe negotiated by the Rivatina Navigation Company ; and Mr. Bald win presented a memorial from the James Ri ver and Kanawha Company asking for a loan to provide for the payment of interest, &c., and Mr. Tabb a memorial from the same com patiy, for aid to complete the tidewater con nection. . Mr Carrington introduced n resolution of in ouiry in favor of the establishment of a Branch Hank, by the Virginia or Fanners' Bank, at Clarksville, in Mecklenburg county. House of Delexatea. Communications were presented by the Speaker, one from the Clerk of the House en closing an abstract of the cases in the Circuit Courts ol the Commonwealth lor the year ending 31st August last; and one from the (»<:- vernar, euclosing a communication trom the Secretary of the Interior, at VV nshington, in forming "the Government ot Virginia ot the passage of ni art of Congress appropriating land for the payment of bounties duecihsens cf V irginia for military services, which com munications were laid on the table and order ed to be printed, and a special committee or dered and appointed on the subject of the lat ter. A Lill from the Senate providing for the con etruction of the Huttonsville anc! ilurtersville Road, was passed. Mr. Wheeler, by consent of the House, in troduced a bill for holding a special term ol the Circuit Court of Norfolk county in Janua ry next, which bill was read the fust and se cond times. A number of resolutions of inquiry were se verally presented and adopted. We notice such as are of a general character. A resolu tiou By Mr. Wiley—For amending the law in re lation to toe punishment of slaves, so as to re quire a grads intermediate of whipping with stripes and death. By Mr. Wheeler—'l'oamend the 186thchap ter of the Code, bo as to require the docketing ot judgments to cousttute them a lien on real estate in the courts w here rendered. By Mr. Rutherfoord —For amending the ]$7th chapter of the Code, so as to subject real, like peisonal estate, to be held in satis faction of judgments; or in cases where the auitof elegit may prove ineffectual. By Mr. Lewis—For reducing the per diem compensation of Justices of the Peace, and making them adequate compensation for ser vices performed, in such other manner as may be deemed expedient; and for special inquiry into the constitutional power and expediency of allowing Justices couqiensntion for issuing warrants, subpojnas and executions, to be paid bv the person for whom the sen ice is per/orm ed. By Mr. Speed—lnto the expediency of loan ing to the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company the sum of $1,000,000 to be secured by a mortgage on the property and revenues til the company. By Mr. (>ane—For the iclease of the Com monwealth's right to certaiu real estate in the city of Richmond, devised by Thomas W. West, a naturalized cit : zen of the United States, to his brother Nicholas West, a sul.J ject of the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, who has conveyed his light to Robert West By Mr. Vuwter—For authi rising the C rcuit Court?, a. any time, for good cause shown, to hold a special term for the trial of criminal causes. By Mr.Stevens—Whether the cost of col lecting the public revenue cannot be ditnin ished, by changing the mode thereof. By Mr. Patrick—lnstructing the Auditor of Public Accounts to furni-h this House with a stati meiH of the number of cattle, sheep and hogs, returned by the Commissioners of the Revenue during the present year for each county and corporation of the Commonwealth, and the tax thereon—the said statement to be made according to the grand divisions of the State, as laid off bv the Constitution oflß3o - By [Mr. Barbrur—That the Committee of Piivdegesand Elections inquire into the facts concerning the cause of the absence of the del egate of Hardy from his seat, and to report to ihe House what measures are pioper to be ta ken in order to secure a proper representation for that county. The following were among the petitions pre sented : By Mr. Stevens—Of citizens of Rocking ham county, for the extension of the Manas sas Gap Ritilroad to Hurrisonburg. By Mr. Davison—Of citizens of Wnrren. Page and Shenandoah counties, for a charter to construct u road from the Valley Turnpike by Burner's Springs to the Front Royal Turn pike. By Mr. Wheeler—Of the James River and Kanawha Company, asking an additional ap propriation for completing the Tide-Water connection. •• And n memorial, by Mr. Anderson, from the 3ames River & Kanawha Company, asking aid towards the payment of interest on loans •to the Company, <fcc. The Clerk was proceeding with the rending ©: bills, v hen, on motion, the House a Ijourned. PROCEEDINGS OF MONDAY. Our report of the proceedings ot the [louse of Delegates, ot Monday, was imperfect in this: We omitted to state that the resolutions of in quiry, &.e., were all adopted, except the one offered bv Mr. Segar, instructing the Com mittee on Hanks to inquire into the expediency of allow ing the Hanks ofthe Commonwealth 10 issue notes below the denom nation of fi. This resolution was ruled by the Speaker as out of order, in consequence of a similar one having been offered and rejected at a previous stage ofthe session. Mr. Segar then moved a sua pension of the Rules, in order to procure ac tion on the resolution. This motion was also declared onto( order, on the ground that Mr. S. had voted with the minority when a similar Ic'tion ,'n n^ aS V eCle,L A " d ,hiß p nd.d all action on tue subject, which cannot be re withV"' 8 member whu heretofore voted Tu'ih niajority (against the introduction of profositbn 0n) Bha " m ° Ve in favor of ,he IIIUMK-SHOE \iii u sl«» • I «»cwiSSKSASSu fur flavor rg, for sn!e by « » tiovcg, 4. C| _ . J* Main titv ' 1 «KA».- A very superior article .put m, ln 7 pound package. Wor sal» by „ JAMEB B BBELTON, co M Corner 4th and Krosd streets. I AttO.— Veiy uic« aim wnit*. I<W sal.- bv „ JAMKS B. SHELTON, . au *" Corner Broad and 4th streets **M*tablk Tlk C~ ■ * I ljuK —A supply constantly on ha^.d. _ ro *'l ' K I PI COT. yiKUINU BUCKWHEAT-30 bbl. pur., moun » tain Buckwh at Hocr, frr family 1 t„ r ~H ; e EHV tc MCCANDU.SH EXTKA fINE Tt v .—•#) bait chest very supe nor black Tea, of excellent flavor, far sal- by 1 Bu f JtV A. McCAMDLIfiH. ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS YESTERDAY. COLUMBIAN UOTEL.—H MeAlUter and John Fe«ney, Phllade'pti i; P U Ruiw 1. V»; J VV Henry, Halifax; W M Davis and Col G Townei, I'ittsylva na; J 8 I.a-j, Lychbu-p; J A Powell, Goochlani. J W M Wiiten, Tazwell; T jlnr.non, Giles; W C Park*and J N Paraona, Grayson; M K Hart and F Pu'laman, fr ranklic; W Bail, Mass; J We*sell and J M.»Au»'.in, VVilmlugt'in NC; G Newell, Fincastle; J Luster, Natural Pridg ; 8 H C Creei.wood, Salem; 1$ M l)e Witt, Ki-hmond; J Gilmo'e Hock biidg<-, W N Horseley. Njltoo; C tl Grrever, Taz« well; A St' wsn, Patrick; J M Phelps, Nelson; J G Pepper. Powha'su; W II Ford, Hauover: A C Fl liott. N Y; T O Bean. Maryland; J H Mordy and L F Moody, Chesterfiel 1; J A Grigjr. Amelia; H pun nfnstonami I' Otey, Lyncbbur ; D Keid Madison; U Lipscomb, llansver; Col Y Cheatham, Appoor at tox; J Straw. Mrs Straw and MrStra*. ti HaTsp »hi r e; VV L Shepherd, Fred rlckslur.; F Foster, Baltimore; E l.ucade, Lynchburg AMERICAN HoTKL—F L Dmihat and lady, Cfcas City; F A ST-hniveiy. Va; C II VVioeberger. do; M K Crenshaw, d ; W 0!d Jr, Powhatan; A C Terry, Campbell; N Gaddts, Geo: VV <i Murphy, Albemarle; O Madison, Pi.ila; L 1' Jennings. Boa noke; T V Tabb aud VV H Tabb Amelia, G B Ham matt, Claiksvilli: C II McKinney, Chas City; VV fti Aaubli'r, Louisa; VV N Roach, lady 2 children and W K Garth, Aitemarie; i. Deecke, Bait; .1 Boisseau, Dinwiddle, Mr Mrs and Miss Tatts, Boston; J B Barrett, N C; E Wills. Augusts: W Black, George town. CITV HOTEL—J A Jours, York; M A Mos ly, Charlotte; J P Mann. Albemarle; J T I'alton, Va; P Nelson, Hanover; It M Burlock, L; u oa; C C Edwards and iady, Va; E VV Hudgins V rk; VV B Brooke and lady, ;iC; II B Blame, Sussex; C it Coke, James City; .1 C B.'cwne, Lynchbuig; L L Smith, du; VV G Cunningham. Bait; A C Casey, Miss; E Brian WxshingtoF; J H Archer and lady, Alabama; Miss E Archer atid S C Bright, do; S M Wright, New Oil'an.'; A J Burr, Tenn; Jas B Mc Ckuilion, Washington, DC; Dr J T Ligon and sod, Prince Et ward. EXCHANGE HOTEL — D H Gordon, Frede ricksburg; J B Thompson, W S Zimmerman and Wi' M ore, Biltimoie; Col Rust. Leesburg; Dr Pret'uw, and Miss a I) Pretlow, Southampton; H Roberson. Nortolk; J W Speed, Lynchburg; H H Marshall, Win Bald win - ni lade and Mia* htbecca Bain*, ( liarlottee CH; J S Davis >n, Warren to; FJ D Stiih and William Gains Charlotte; John y Gjoch, Fluvanna; G Bassett, Han >ver; Dr Wm Merredith Louisa; Coi E Fountain, Hanover; JW Daniel and lady, Prince Kdward; Dr N J Ter. y ar.d lady, Appomattox; Mr M t-cheil University ot Va; AE Burgp, Peteislurg; WA Wright, Ta;pabai nock; Dr R H Taturn and lady, C".e2terrield; ft!i;S M Seldou, Powhatan; T M Isbeli, Cumberland; J Au'.ick, Biitimore. MAivINE NEWS. POUT OK KIC li 91 ON D . ARRIVED, Ba;q :e Parthian, (nsv») Loveland, Bait SAILI.D, Steamer Roanok", PsrxUb, N.York, mdse, Lud- Ia n £c Watson. StPaiier BWvHern (Jffird. Bait. mds° dodo. \| Oiti'l HOiiE'S UilblkHATlU CO*. I*l POUND AND BLOOD PURIFIER—This ereat discovery is bringing health and happiness to thousands. Rheumatismcau be cured. More than one thousand cases of chronic rheumatism (of the worst form of this dreadful disease) have been cured perma nently, during the past year by the use oi a few bottles of this compound. Letters and certificates are daily being receiv ed from parties of high standing, many of whom have been cripples for years, from the effects of this hitherto incurable disease, but who now affirm that they are sound and well, made so by this great re medy, which i 3 a vegetable spirit—an internal remedy —prepared for this one disease alone, and this it will cure in every case, eithur inflammatory, (acute,) or chronic form. Testimony of the most undoubted cha ructer w iil be cheerfuliy submitted to theiuspecfion of sll who may feel sufficiently interested to call on the proprietors, at their Central Office, No. I, Barclay st., Astor House, New York. One bottle $5, three bottles PI'RCELL, LADD & CO, Sole Agents for Richmond. W T. ALEXANDER V CO., no 1 Proprietors, N. Y. From the (ierniua New Yorker Allse. meine Zeitung, Sept. y, 1852.—Rheumatiim Cured.—Mortimore's Rheumatic Compound and Blood Purifier.—This great remedy seems to prove a specific for this dreadful disease, in all its forms, and is bringing relief to vast number* who have long suffered. We have had personal knowledge of the virtus and effica cy of this medicine for some time, and with pleasure refer to a most obstinate case of chronic rheumatism, of long standing, which it cured. This case was the wife of a wealthy merchant, who was for many yean a cripple. No expense was spared in visiting the most celebrated springs, and procuring the treatment of emi nent physicians. This was continued for years, but she only grew worse, and seemed a victim to its with ering grasp. All other remedies and efforts failed. We were instrumental in inducing her to try this remedy, and, to our surprise and her great relieSf, it cured her completely. Some weeks ago we called and purchased a bottle, at the depot. No. 1 Barclay street, and sent to a gentleman friend of ours, in this city, who seemed a martyr to this disease. This one bottle cured him.— There are numbers of other cases which have come under our notice, cured by this remedy. We are glad to see the success attending the introduction of this medicine. Its timely use will save thousands from pain and suffering, and restore them to souud and perfect health. We believe this is the only remedy known, which is put forth for this one disease alone, and we are satisfied it will do what is claimed for it—cure rheu matism in all its forms. no i—dif L'INE ARFsTLIBERAL SClENCE.—Although 1/ the City Fathers have, in th&ir wisdom and re gard for the '• dear people," seen tit to deny them an opportunity of hearing the " Sacred Musical Association ' at the Athenaeum, and turned that part of the city property into a place the intellectual improvement and amusement of the upper ten, HOBSCN'S best energies are itili exerted to beau tify, adorn and improve all who desire his services. The rich and poor, the staid citizen, the way-worn traveller, and the •' man-about town,' may each and all obtain a refreshing Bath, either Hot, Cold or Shower, have the Hair Cut in the most scientific manner, and be shaved gently and sweetly. Bit Hobsons philanihropy stips not here. The sick and suffering too, are informed that he is an old and experienced Leecher and Cuppee, and always ready when called on to war with paiu and dis ease. Then, " dear people," come to the Dres sing and Bathing Establishment tjnder the American Hotel, where the renowned R C iIOBSON presides, ascisted by the most attentive and Dccompli-hed Artistes. no 20—dtlDec A WKITKK IN THE RICHMOND RE xi PUBLICAN SAVsS, OK MKis. DAWri COUUfI KI.IXIK.—The season for bad coids and coughs being about to set in, we again invite atten tion t * Mrs Daws' Cough Drops, as one of the best remedies for either ot the above complaints that we have ever bad the pleasure of tryiug. This valuable medicine is prepared by oue of our town ladies, is purely vegetable in its composition, and is, without doubt, ail th%t Mrs D says of it, a most excellent remedy for hacking coughs and bad coids. We have had frequent occasion to me these drops, and have also recommended them to the use of our friends, both in this city and elsewhere, and we have yet to hear their tffbacy spoken cf in auy other than the highest terms. For sale, wholesale and retail, by BENNETT Si. BEEKS, A. BODEKEK, CHAts. BECK, CHAS. D. ALE, and Mrs. A B DAWS, Main street, and BOUCHER & MELTON. Broad st, Richmond no-JO PKKSTON dt MEKRILL'S INFALLI BLL YEAST POWDERS.—Just received , one hundred and twenty-five dozen of these iniailibie Fowlers, which have, after along trial and severe test been foandto be supeiior to every other article ot tbe kind for making light and wholesome bread. I hey are a great convenience, are always ready, an 1 sure to act; the d <uyh requires no standing, but is ready to bake as goon as mixed. They are also peculiarly ad.pted to the making of Waffles Muffins, Buckwheat Cakes, Gingarbread, Dump l.ngs, 4c. For sale, wholesale and retail, by ° * i ' ADlh & GRAY, 147 Main street. PKNOtUs AMJ VIUE lUUN«.-Brsis a green with brass mouldings, bronzed and Nur •eiy Ftcderi, suitable for city and country lire piacn; brass head polished and kitchen Fire Irons, assorted, in prices from 50 cents to &7 59. " p "'"" d b "" (C la VAN LEW & TAYLOR, l] AB CHAN OKI. I KHs,—Just cpen.'d, sev -01 ° M Cdan ° f ,idm Tubs no 16 BTEBBINB. DAHHACOTT <t CO. n l'' l C'OAlj.—Landing at ilocketts frnm «* ton. K Jd Ash Anthracite Coal, 85 75 per load, delivered to any part ot theci'j, il taken from „„ ir JOHN w WKIGUT, 1,016 Dock Wharf. Rijf.Ki Vhl> par scht lienrlco, afresh suppyol Trailing Truakr, Values and Oi'bTh«i(, DoM) ALtX. HOIT 4 CO.' IVOTICB.—JAMES A. SMELL, E*eeutor, will offer, at tbe old (tend of flugk.Rileigh, dec'd , the entire stock of Dry Good*, at and below cost Many desirable Good* may b<* bad at reduced B rices, conaiating in part of the following, viz: [eavy Sattinatt*, Ker.ey* and Blanket*, for Sor- ▼ants, Superior fine Cloths, Cassimers, Vesting*, itc., for Gentlemen, Heavy »nd fine Cotton Sheeting* and Shirting*. Alto, a large dock of plain and figured, black and fancy colored Drw* Silks for I.adi s; and many other detirable Goods, usually found in the Dry Good* line, suitable fjr the s> a*on, whit* will be sold without reserve until Ist January, 1852. All persons wishing to secure gocd bargains will do well to ea'l anoe. no 19—tt teet clear Cn-aaa Wuiie Ph e Board and Plunk 67.527 feet 5 8 Poplar .15,747 feet Hard or Sni;nr .tinpie 20 816'eet Buffalo A«li,nis irtni eizes 10,305 feet inch Butternut 20,295 feet inch Albany Oak Hoard* 10.737 left inch Whito Wood 5,305 leet Hickory, for Ci>ai ii make;s 5 214 leet >4 and 2 inch Cherry Landing at Rockefts from board schooner* Sea Flower and the John Titus, for sale by no 18—6t* BKL.VIN &. PARKER. MARTIN'S KIPKUB GIITARB NASH ic WOODHOUSE are con-ttantly supplied with a full assortment of Martin's superior Guitars. These instruments can be safely depended up«n as first rate in all respects. They hive also for sale Violins, Accordeons, Flutes, Flageolets, Clarioneta, Banjoe, Drums, Fifes, and the best Violin, Guilar, Violincello, and Harp Strings, Violin Bows, Tuning Forks, &.C. &c. no 16 JOSEPH ROHERS <3* -OM'S K.NIVKS, RAZORS,SCISSORS AND RAZOiI aTROPS J. W. RANDOLPH, Bookseller, ha* just direct trom Rodgers, Sht fiield, an assoitment of* fine Pen, Pocket and Desk Knives, and Erasers, of various patterns, some entirely n«w at prices from 25 cents to 86 00 each. Also, Razors set, ready for use at 25 cents—a few setts ol extra quality, and finished in morocco cases, and a neat and convenient article of Razor and Strop com ftined; Scissors in Morocco cases; Strops 2 and 4 sides, best article made. no 19 WANTED. — By a YOUNG MAN, capable ol taking charge of a set of Books, a situation ns < lcrk, or Ho;>k-kceper,in a business house, City references given. Address box 240. Rich* moiid Post Office. no 16—2w* \"ALUABI.K LAM) FOR SALK.-We T will sell sixty acres of very superior LAND—4S acres cleared, balance heavily timbered—situated on Mechanicksville Turnpike, aboutfour miles from the city. Ttiere are no buildings on this land, but it has on it a first rate apple orchard and peach orchard, and is well watered. This little tract, which is in a high state of im provement, may be increased to 107J acres if de si-able. It is in a healthy and agreeable neighbor hood. and that some estimate may be made ot its prest nt value, we wiii state, that this same innd was onee sold for ®00 per acre, but we will now sell it for less, and will make the terms an inducement to purchasers Title perfect. TOLER & COOK, no 11 General Agents. FURS. —I would most respectfully call the attention of the Ladies, to my assort meat of Fancy Furs; consisting ot Black and natur al Lynx Muffs, Mountain Martin, Cross Fox, Gen ett, and Coney do. A great variety for Miesrs and Childien do.; Also Victorines &. Cuffs, from low priced to the fiaest articel —which I am disposed to sell as low as similar goods can be purchased in New York nos JOHN THOMPSON, rpo THE MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. A We would call ycur attention to our beautiful assortment of Ready Mad# Clothing and Gentle m n's Furnishing Goods, which consists of every gsrment pertaining to a gentleman's outfit, selected fi um the most desirable patterns msde in the latest styles. We invite you to call immediately and ex amine our stock, wtiiio we have a large supply, and will use every endeavor to suit and please yoj. HENRY SHAFER & CO, no 20 Nd ]f'3 Main street, corner Itib. An agiueable substitute for piiy SlC.—Lawrence's fiorse Hair Gloves and Straps.—Dyspeptics, delicate females, per sons ot sedentary habits and others, whose occu pation does not allow tLem proper exercise in the open air, will fiud the greatest benefit from the use of these Gloves and Straps; for sale by PURCELL, LADD & CO, Druggists, no 20 92 Main street. 'J' lIE euoscribers intending to make a cdange in X their business on the let Jauuary next, offer for sale their Stock of Goods, consisting of an ex cellent assortment ot Cioths, Cassimeres and Vest ings, Ready Made Clothing, Gloves, Socks, Shirts, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Neckerchiefs, Scarfs, Cravats, Umbrellas, &c., oa reasonable terms, and would be happy to receive a call from all iu want of aoy article in their line. RIDDIOK <fc BENSON, Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, no 30—1 w No 110, Main Street. XCHAN'GIi HOTEL, JtieHMOXD. VA — To members of the General Assembly, ai«l others, wishing to pass the winter in the city. Tne subscriber having enlarged his accomodations, will be able to take a greater number of Boarders by the week than he has hiiherto done. His bouse is greatly improve!, and all his arrangements have bten studied tor the comfort ot liU guests. JOHN P. BALLARD, no 20—4t Proprietor. .VI ORE NEW GOODS.—THUS. R. PRICE i»I Al CO, have just received new styles Cloth and Silk Cloaks and Mantles Black Velvet Rfcoons Rich Furniture Prints Lace Berthes Black Lace Mitts, and many other articles, oc 14 ts Fine white shirts.—s merchant &. WEISIGER, nave tin hand a largo stock of Fine Whi f <? Shirts, well made, and 01 good ma toiial S MERCHANT it WEISIGER, no 20 No 11!, Main Street. [VOTlt K. — All persons indebted toVVM.H. I.™ SNELL, JOHN A SNEIL cfc CO. or BARNES 6c SNELL, are requested to make immediate pay menttome. JAMES A. SNELL, •e 27—ts Administrator'of Wm. 11. SnelL ICH.tIOM), KU <V AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.—NOTICE — The departure of the mornini train going North, from and after the Ist day of November r.ext, will be at 7 o'clock, as formerly; the ninht train at 9, P. M. THOMAS SHARP, Sup't. 0c23 Lost. —On Wednesday last in Richmond or Manchester, h p-ir of Gold Spectacles, en graved thereon, T. Vai.ien. The finder wiil re ceive a reward of <310 by leaving the some at this office. no 20- 3t* IN STOKE, a Urge assortment ot gilt and tnacog anv frame Looking Glasses. no 20 ALEX. NOTT & CO. NEW H VHS.—A supply of very superitr new Hams, just received and for sale by • JAMES B. SHELTON, no 13 'Corner Broad and 4th ats fI^EAS.— Greeu and E;ack—if superior quality! -l For sale by no 20 DAVENPOUT, ALLEN & CO OM.VfjSO. —Gen lemen's Calt-Skiu Sewed Biota, at only aS'JoO. Call won, or you will lote a bargain. WM W ALSH, no 20 No 43 Main street WAITEIIS.-A few tine set* ot Ellipse, Gothie arid Sa ldwich patterns, for sale very lew by C. J. SIN 1 ON dc CO, no 20 Importers of Hardware, 71 Main st. HTOVKs—I* or Churches, Coaches and r those persons troubled with cold feet. For sale by R M Z MMKRMAN, no 17 Correi Main and 12th sheets. P~~ RIME ftWUMfAIM BUTTER.—Just re ceived, and f»r sale by JAMES B. FHKLTON, no 20 Corner of 4lh and Broad streets. OOD AND WILLOW WAKE.—A3 assortment for sale by JAMK3 B SHELTuN, no 20 Corner if 4th and Broad atree a 7(|/1 BAGS RIU, LAUIVUA, JA -OUU MAICA AND JAVA COFFEE. f,r sale by no 12 L. D. CRENSHAW & CO. AT PRIVATE MALE.—A handsome Vir gi I Trade tamily Carriage ; also, a second hand Top Buggy, wiib a double let of Harness, Pole, Ac. nn 30 ALEX. NOTT 4e CO. Family butter.—ju«t rec«iv«j, do kegs strictly priuia Batter, fur family use, forsale by "'> *0 jGBOBGK J. HERRING. A PPL EH.—SO bbls .Northern Applni, r« jtiiw og and for tale by WM. TAYLOR. EDUCATION. MR. Ac MRS. KEELINU'S Kn K IUh, and French Boarding and Day School tor Yoana Ladlea, Seventh atreet; between Franklin and Grace, open* Oct. Ist, and close* July 31*t. The courie of instruction include*, Mathematics, Natural and Moral Science, Music, Ancient and Modern Languors; in a word, every thing essential ton solid and ornamental education The Principal* are devoted to their profession, and are asaitt> d in nvery department tiy an accomplish ed corps of instructer* Parents and others are invited to inspect tlie Institution. Terms.—Hoard per 10 months, or in proportion from time of entrance, pay half yearly in advance, •200; washing, 820; Engli*h, 840 to_s2o, accord ing to ace ar.d progress of pupil; Muwc at the Pro feasors' fee. Modern Languages, of which French is always taucht by an educated native of Paris, resident in the family, each 820. Day f cholars pay quarterly. oc 25—3 »wt« REV. I>l. I). HOKE'S BUARIIiiXi AND DAY BCHOOL, Corner of Frank lin and sth Street*, Rlc'imond, Va.—The next term of th's Institution will commence on the Ist of October. The course of study will embrace all the branches pertaining to a thorough English education, together with Ancient and Modern Lan guages. Last year more then 100 pupils were in attendance at the same time, but during the next te r m the number will be restricted to 100—twenty of whom will be received as boarders in the family of the Principal. Charge for board, washing and all usual accommodations, for ten months, 8220, as heretofore. Tuition in English, from $25 to 840, according to the advancement of the pupil. French. Spanish or Italian, 820; Latin, $15 ; Music, 87 per month. The German Language will be taught oraily, or by the usual metnod, to as many as may wish to acquire it, free oj charge. Rev. J. P. SAFFORD will occupy the poaition which was filled by the Rev. W. J Hoge last year. Mr. Safford is a gentleman of varied and accurate scholarship, and has had several years experience as an instructor in some of thv best institutions in our country. Young Ladies from the country, as well as from the city" are desired to be present on tbe first day of the seision. It is often a serious inconvenience and discouragement to a pupil to enter a class which has made even a week's progress. Payments invariably in advance—one-half on the first of October, the other on the first of March. All communications will receive prompt atten tion. Address ftEV. M. D. HOGE, au 27—d&w3m Richmond, Va. DRAWING. —J. S. PERKINb naving return ed to Richmond for the winter, will give in struction in the various branches of Drawing, as Landscapes, Heads, Figures »nd Flowers. His sub jects or models are by the best masters, and have been selected with a view to aitract and interest the beginner, while they cultivate a correct taste, and gradually lead the pupil to a bold and independent style of execution that will readily enable him to draw from nature. All lovers ot this art are invited to call at his rooms (corner of sth and Franklin streets) and ex amine his portfolios. Lessons given at the pupils' residences, if desired. Separate hours devoted to young Gentlemen and young Ladies at his studio, where thoy will be re ceivf d on the same terms as in schools. oc4—3m* LL Si>IALLB«VS.-ii. P. TAYLOR, eth street, between Grace and Frankiin—My School being exclusively for beginners, I give spe cial attention to Reading, Correct Grammar and Spelling; also to Geography, Map Drawing, Arithmetic and History. Specimens of my boys'composition »nd writing, may be always seen at the Dispatch office. My Rule is peremp torv. bu* as gentle as Dognible. ee O NOTiciii.— klcumonu anxj uaa vTITTTI RAILROAD COMPANY.—The fifth annual meeting oi the Stockholders in the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company will be held in the city of Richmond on WEDNESDAY, the Bth day of December, 1852. The Stockholders will have the privilege of going to and returning from the meet ing on ihecar a free of charge. P VAN DEURSEN, Secretary. Form of a rower of Attorney to vote at a meeting of the Stockholders: all Men by these Pbksent3: That , the undersigned, do hereby constitute and appoint attorney (they or either of them) for , and in name, to vote on all ques tions that may be Wrought before the meeting cf the Stockholders of the Richmond and Danville Railr ad Company, to be held in the city of Rich mond, on Wed; esdny, the Bth day of December, 1852, ®r any fdjourned meeting thereof, hereby ratifying all the acti of taid attorney in the pre misfcj» as fully as if were present, and voting in person. In testimony whereof haveheronto affixed hand this day of , 1852. "No prcxy shall be valid for more than six months from the date thereof."—(Exlr&ct from the 4th By-Law ) no s—dtßD P. V D., Sec'y. O TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS.— The subscriber solicits the attention of Tobac co Manufacturers t" his superior Presses and Mills, of every description. P. RAHM, Eagle Foundry, Cary below Pearl street, au 21—6 m Chas. R. Ilarreya. John A. Burgess, H&RREYS & BURGESS, HOUbE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, No. 165, Main Stbeet, (nkably opposite the Kxchange Bank,) Richmond, Va , WHERE they will thankfully receive and promptly execute all work entrusted U them- N. B.—Orders from country reapectfully so licited. au 30—3 m UIMUiKTT dk ANDERSON, UPHOLSTERERS AND PAPER HANGERS, J 6 Governor Street, HAVE in store their Fall stock of French and American 1-APER HANGINGS of every quality and style, purchased from the best factories in this rountry and France, many of them very rich and flegant. Also, a very complete assortment of cur tain goods, Cornices, gimps, tassels, cords, bands, window shades, in great variety, window blinds curtain paper, buff Holland for shades, a superior sto';k ol floor oil cloths, coco matting, curled hair and shuck mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, of the best quality, with many other arii cles, in our line, all of which will be sold on fair terms, and Paper Hanging and Upholstering done in town or country, at the shortest notice and by the best workmen. sel6—3m (IE DAK TAR—Consumption Cared.— J The most successful remedy now in use for the enre of Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs, Sore Throat, diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, King's Evil, Tett« r, Dyspepsia, fcc, pre pared by Mrs B. B. Norris, 343 Baltimore street, Baltimore. Mrs B. B Norbis—Dear Madam : For several years I have been afflioted with trequent hemor ihages of the lungs, attended with a painful cough I tried various remedies, and had the best medical advice, but without relief until I tried your Cedar Tar, which has entirely cured me. Yours respectfullj, GEORGE PARKS, 127 r-aratoga street, Baltimore, Md. October 3d, 1852. Call and get Pamphlets containing certificates. Beware of counterfeits. The genuine arti cle is lui-tak by KEACU, 9i Main street. "* Sole Ageut for Richmond, and no 9 General Anentfor Eastern Virginia. TOBACCO FIXTURES FOR SALE.— J. A complete set ot fixtures, in good order for manufactunnK six boxes per day, coexisting in part ot two large size Flattening Screws, two do for sheeting, with mills complete; four do for boxes; also. 8 s mills, 5s do pound, do pound do, band;, billets, stove*, benches, and every other article that Is neceatary. The factory in which thes- fixtures are, can be rented at a very moderate price, say about $75 oer year. The above fixtures will be of fered for sale privately, until the 16.h0i December; if n«,tdispis< d of before lhat tins , wil be sold a; pub ic auction, of which due notice will be given. For further information apply to no 15—12 i* POLI.IAM 6l DAVIS. LMIA.NKLI.N t;LOTUIN(j *TORE, 1 ;(J 1 Main Street, Richmond. Va.—The aub scribers would respectfully call ihe attention of the citizens ot Richmond and the surrounding country to thrir very' largeand well selected stock oi Ready .Made Clothing, consisting of every style and quality tor Fall and Wiuter wear, all whkh we gar rantee to fell lower than any Goods of the tame quality in the city of Richmond. We iberetore, in vite all who with to ob.tain a good art'ele at a very low price, to give us a call. Ais >, a very large and aeleet stock of ga.iUencena Furnishing Goods. se 25—2 in R. DHCOtI & CO PL %'I'RD WARE.—Csotors, Gait-s tiasxi ts Tea Sett, and Waiters, of the richest and in tost styles. Also, Papier Maclie Goods, in nr. at va riety. Dressing Caaes, for the toilet aa<i lor trtv elliog; Bronze Ornament* and Caudr-latiras, Mantel Cl icks, hue lea Trays Just received, and tar sale by LEWIS G INTER, oo 4 137 Main street. ■RSlh MANUFACTORY, WHOLESALE AMD DEALERS IN ROOTS, 1 TRUNKS, VALICEB, CARPET BAGS, Ac-PEMBERTON A BRO, 161 Main street, oppoiite the Exchange Bank, respect fully invite *tr anger* vi*iting the citj, and the pub lic generally, to call and eaaminn their large and complete assortment of article* in the above line. Their priee* will be found to be a* low a a those of any other house, whether by the tingle pair, dozen or cage. The *tock embrace*— Gentlemen'* Drew Shoe*, Gaiter* and Bootee* Do calf, kip, and atout Boot* and Bootee* Youth'* Boot* an J Bootee*, of many kinds Servant'* Brogue*, bound and unbound Ladies' Shoe*, Buskin*, Kids, Jenny Kind*, 4c Ladies' blark, bronze snd colo ed Gaiters Buskins and Bootees for servant women, various atylea Mis*e* and Children's Shoe*, in great variety Travelling Trunks, plain Leather and Hair Trunk* HflAil of which areWered at the lowe»t rate*. PEMBERTON & BRO, IHI Main *t, 'Opposite Exchange Bank, Richmond, Va. te 17—3 m TO MI'OKTMJIEN OK TilK KIKI.U. THOMAS 11. TYHEK, r<v ipectfuily informs the friends and old customer*of his father, and the ■ public in general, that ho has just opened a handsome assortment of Double and Single Guns, Powder Flaiks, Shot Helm. Game Bagtt, and every article in the Gun and Snorting lirv. Also, a great variety of Colt's Five Shooters, Allen's Revolvers,eingte barrel Pistols ol all kinds, Bowie Knives, <fcc., &.C., all of which will be sold at the lowest possible prices. GUNSMITHING done in all its varieties, such aa gun. rifle and pistol stocking, altering fire-arms of all kinds into percussion and all other repairs be longing to the trade. Keys fitted to door trunk, cabinet and other locks; and walking Cane* 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 that TYRER'S Gun Establishment is No. 116 Main, 'J 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 rne 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. 110 Main street, in selling to them any article in our line of business, frr:m the smallest quantity of ammunition to a superior double-barrel Gun; or in attending to any work in the gunsmithing 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 TYRER, no s—dim Gun and Rifle Maker, "ft WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, £c. Sec, inade and repnired thoroughly, and on reasonable terms by WILLIAM JAMES BARTHOLOMEW, On Governor Street, Opposite the Dlnpntch Office. P5P 3 Musical Boxes, Accordeons, &c., repaired. Plate, &c., engraved. Clocks attended to within 2 miles of the Post Offlce. oc 20— d3m* DENT AI, rTFktihO.V-lr. R. K. CHAN I »LER, (graduate of tfce College ot Dental Surge ry,) offers his professional services to the citizens of Richmond and vicinity. Office 145 Main street, F.agie Square. Refebences—Professor C. B. Gibson, Professor C. P. Johnson, Rev. Dr. Howell, Rev. J. B. Taylor, Rev. Ro. Ryland, A. G. Wortham, M. D., and Win. F. Butler, Esq , Richmond. Professor C. A. Harris, Professor Thos. E. Bond, Professor W. R. Handy, Prof. C. O. Cone, and Les ter Noble. D. D. S., Baltimore. se 2—dfim 1111. A(.graau ate,) DKNTIST, practitioner since having fully tested bis reduced prices, desires to make known to every person that he will continue permanent, the following charges for his servicss; with the assur ance that his operations shall be performed better than under his past exorbitant fees. How so i 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 rents; with gold 75 cents; Pivot Tooth %-> 50; Plate Tooth t.'<; upper or lower setts #25, with or with uut natural, artificial gums. &c. no 5 PIAINOS P. ti. TAYLOR is HBflj Heoi.stant'y receiving e'e.gant ane 1 fl tf M fl fl plain Pianos from tue popular ma J « W J "kers, Nunns i. Clark. These instruments received the great gold medai prize at the " World'» Fair,'' London, 1851; and ihey have invariably received the first prize at the American institute Fain in this country. They combine all the modern improvements with the Metallic Frame and patent over strings and are confidently recommended for sweetntss of tone and great durability, which quality will be appreciated in the country, where good tuners are seldom found. P H. Taylor hat sold these instrument* In this city for the last seventeen years, to the entire satis faction of his numerous customers. rr* Old Pianos taken in part pay. Piano Stools and Music, (the largest and best collection in the Sta e) Violin and Guitar Strings, Violins and Guitars of the best quality, at low prices. P. H. TAYLOR, Piano and Music Store, t>e 5 160 Main street, opposite the Banks. FALIJ IMPORTATION, 1834. STEBBINS, DARRACOTT Sl 7 CO., Importers and Dealers in "TT Earthenware, China and Glaia A 1 have received by ships Empire State, Sheridan and ForrentState, from Liverpool, their fall stock of Earthenware and China, direct from the manufac turers makiegtheir stock large and complete; and by arrivals lrom the nor hern cities, they sre re ceiving their supplies of Glass Ware, both rich and plain, Looking Glasses and Fancy Articies, well adapted to the country and city trade. Merchants visiting our city may be assured of having inducements oflVred whieh will induce theni to make their purchases with us. STEBBINS, DARKACOTT & CO., se 4 Front Iron Building, 101 Broad st <41 IS. W. NKL,*UN A. CO., jf* MERCHANT TAILORS, 7if Broad St , Opposite H <V F. R. R. Depot, Have received their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing the iatest and most fashionable styles They respectfully request a call from their customers and the public Attention is also called to their superior assort ment of ready made clothing, which cannot possi bly fail 13 please bote as regards style and orice. oc 4—3 m * muse AT UKIMTTION 1!M * THE PRICE Of HATB, CAPJ AND ■ BOOTS —In buying your Hats and Boots, go right to Head Quarters, J. H. ANTHONY, Columbian Hot l corner, where Moleskin Hatscf best qua'ity are sdHng at 83 50 Second quality 3 00 Silk Hats of the latest fashion y 50 Fine Calfskin sewed Boots 3 50 Together with an assortment of Cloth, Pluab, and Oil Sili Caps; Sirfr Fur and Wool Hats, Silk, Ging ham and OtfttOfl WsibfeHas, at low prices set# KIKE. I.IKE AND MAHIM INSURANCE —The Richmond Fir« Association are now prepared to Imu« — policie* of Insurance on the above de scription of ri*ka on aa reaaonabie term* aa anj similar company, ami respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public. Applications will bt received at the office, No 233, corner of Main and 9th streets, where the officers will ohoeriullr fur nlih all information that may be required. Ai loasea promptly and liberally adjusted. JAMES BOSHER, President John H. Hoshke, Secretary. mhlT HAHUAINH! UK CROCKKKY <t M0,21N Broad Street.—The subscri ber ia now rece>vinji some handsome China IV a sot-t elegant China and Bobeii.;»n cut vlatt Toilet Bottle*, with a preat mmiy other nice Fancy Article*. lie keeps always on hand a supply ol white, blue and mulberry Granite, and common Crockery-Ware. Country orders carefully pai-ked and aent to any part of the city free of charge, all at much reduced price* R. L HICKSON, Idozen best quality and common Tumbler*. •e 21 ADIK & UKAY, l)Rl ! (j(i!STS, W Maim Stsbkt, have in (t ire, and are recelv ing, large addition* to their *tock of Drag*,- .Medicine*, Hururota' Instrument*. Palais, Oils, Djtm, W'leJaw Cilaaa and Fancy Articles, which they offer for sale on tk« n:/ at favorable term* to caah and puuctualdealeri #n,|i FLOW KU», Fljl>fVKlt"4.—Ju.t re -ived a lot of dwail Chryan hauium* of pfeQriiiierent thade* and color*. For sale low, — W M UADJS, ■o 17 Chemist, Main »t,near Old Market. "We Nprnk a* to Wis* >• " —- W*** KVKK StTll lS ';, . #tber thn. » teas Vegetable Tl»ctore:_r;Rr CAL DISCOVERY!—With , o ,h tJlffi. 7 *■' ger proofcan be given, anion it be trial oY'.u r > derful Hampton's \ egetab'e Tincta- th: « * •, Let the afflicted read read! Bamellville, Allegant Co, Md To Messrs Mortimer St Mowbray la3r Dear Sirs: Ini justice to I>r" Hamptoa', v,. Tincture. I wish to inform you that I - on the 3d day of January last, with an ' ■* stomach, bowel* and kidneys I w M . t t «<£?' : • eminent physicians for more than two n,until tle.r BO eSect. | had some kt.owM virtue in Hampton's Tincture from one my wife had taken two years since. * J I came to the conclusion that 1 woo d •«!, medicine from my physicians. bat try the t" 0 ' * and lam happy to inform you I had not r.k. "' days before I felt its powerful influence ud. ■ „ ' '* ach. I have continued using the T:nr? u -e l? T '° 1 able to leave my room, ard can e, r any conm * without much inconvenience or pressiir.- , ' ' ach. wu Dl )' The afflicted or their friends are daily learn of the great virtue there is in this ' Hampton's. «ujs..ur* g\ I expect to send you several certificate, i„ ' days—one especially from a younz lady ,i I ' confined to her room twelve month* «•' " the head, affecting the brain. Respectfully yours, E \V H\" r On the pennanency of the cure hear h.m s* I other letter from the above! ' • * I Barrellvillf., Ai.s.eganv (' Md October 1-3 !?i> 1 Messrs Mortimer k Mowbray: Dear Sirs- lam happy to" inform t-.-j ti, 1 finds me in the enjoyment of good health hvri ' "I your Hampton's Tincture aril the l>>«, , 2 ~f'( " am enabled to pursue my daily avocation* I have a great desire that the "dieted •i.ouldkVw great curative powers of the Tincture. ' | 1 am, with respect, yours, E W HALL Truth Stranger than Fiction y on , [)t — A Lady $ Testimony after th'.r't, u , ■ Suffering! Were there not real virtue in this wonderful -r* cine, could it perforin the astonishing • urA ' it? Northampton County, Am 1 l<l i - i Messrs Tyler & Adair: ' I have been afflicted with rheumatism at time. my twelfth year; I will be fifty years of a-e the ofthis month: the attacks were at times so sever I to render roe helpless; I have tried various renw "I to very little effect. Last October I was ,tta</ " my shoulders, sides, back, and hips; 1 could not day or sight; I could not move any part of my kT: withoutcrying with pain, at this time I also fried c ny remedies, internal and external, without re' -, any relief; I was at last advised to fry Hmip'.-rJ , ; I getahle Tincture; before I had taken one b. 'J which I felt much better, and as I contisned 'ak i I felt strength comiuz into my hack and limbs " 9 ', stomach strengthened and revived every way ; j r ..' taken five bottles, and am much better than I'-in-' ed to be. 1 intend to use it whenever 1 need / , , would recommend it to the afflicted, believing ; ~ quailed. Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWELL Iter. Vertinn Kwk ridge. f, s. N. j Portsmouth. V<, Aucnst 18. |\v Mr J E Boush—Dear Sir: While I ain ingrr.-'r, I posed to Patent Medicines, candor con.pels . .1 that I have great confidence in the virtues ot H. I ton's Vegetable Tincture. For several months i have used it in my family, and in dyspepsia, loss petite, dizziness, and general debility, with eut:r- s*,■ cess. So far as my experience extends, therefore take pleasure in recommending it to the afflicted I safe and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, \ ERNON E3KRIDGE. Chaplain m the U. States X» v, Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, oy its mild art;oc \ the stomach, liver, and the kidneys, will cure dysr •» 6ia, cough, asthma, bronchial and lung affections' p'.i, in the back, side and breast, consumption, scrotuli rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, tistula, piles, bowel ■ rj plaints, wonns, nervous debility—with ail diseases ir sing from impure blood, and is the greatest female x-- dicine ever known Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see certificate r cures. For sale by O. A. STRECKER, Main street, P, mond; G. B. JONES it CO.. Petersburg. Va : D'jrrj, COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER a MOW BRAY, Baltimore; and by Druggists generally, oc 29 TO CURE A CWI.H, WITH HEADACHE ANDSORENESSOF TfJg ■-fl BODY, take the CHERRY I'Ei Toftii on going to bed, and wrap up warm to sw i f Af the night. //f _ For a cold and couah. take it morrici -S^noon. and evening, according to direct. > on the bottle, and the difficulty wi!! soon be rams i None will long suffer from this trouble when theytinii it can be so readily cured. Persorw afflicted wirh s seated cough, which breaks them of their rt at at n f will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on goirj ts bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, tod consequently refreshing rest. Great relief from «u?* isg, and an ultimate cure is afforded to thousand* '&• are thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy. From its agreeable effect in these cases, many themselves unwilling to forego its use when the n«c» sity for it has ceased. From two eminent physicians in Fayettevii.i.e, Tens.. April 16th, 133 ' Sir—We have given your Cherry Pectoral an eilea ded trial in our practice, and find it to surpass e.-rt other remedy we have for cunng affections of" th- .•» piratory organs. Drs. DIEMF.R i. HAMPTON To singers and public speakers this remedy is ir.-sl uable, as by its action on the throat and luniis. taken in small quantities, it removes all lioarsene» e a few hours, and wonderfully increases the power -_a< flexibility of the voice. Asthina-ss generally much relieved, and often wboil? cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some -•>» so obstinate as to yield entireiy to no medicine tlw ry Pectoral will cure them, if they can be cured. Bronchitis, or irritation of the throat and upper po tion of the lnngs, may be cured by takin* Ciieiry i j toral in small and frequent doses. The uncomforu. t oppression is soon relieved. Rev Dr Lansing, of Brooklyn, New York, states " I have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such <•*»'< Asthma and Bronchitis as leads me to believe •' ■— rarely fail to cure those diseases.' For Croup, give an emetic of antimony, to be ft».<» I ed by large and frequent doses of Cherry Pectcrsi jjm til it subdues the disease If taken in season, t' » ' not fail to care. Whooping Cough may be broken up and soon • '' by the use of Cherry Pectoral. The Influenza is speedily removed by this rer. *•'.» Numerous instances have been noticed where »■' * families were protected from any seriou j consrqo :. " while their neighbors, without the Cherry Pecror* were suffering from the disease. From the distinguished Professor of Cheimstrj Materia Medica, Bowdoin College. I have found the Cherry Pectoral, as its ingrer?!--.» show, a powerful remedy for colds, and cougtu i* pulmonary diseases. „ PARKER CLEVELAND, M 3 Brunswick, Me, F'eb 5. 1847. Dr Valentine Mott, the widely celebrated Prof'** ■' * Surgery in the Medical College. N York city, y It gives uie pleasure to certify the value »"<f 1 of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which I consider pecan") adapted to cure diseases of the throat and lungs Cures of severe diseases upon the lungs '' av „ effected by Cherry Pectoral in such extreme esses warrant the belief that a remedy has at lenjtfc fouud that can be depended on to cure the coughs, ea and consumption, which carry from our n * :,l ' r sands every year. It is indeed a medicine afflicted can look with confidence for renet, sal • should not fail to avail themselves of it. Prepared by J C AYER, Chemist, LowftU. Ms- Sola in Ricnmond by PCRCELL, I.ADDit' by all the Druggists throughout the city an® oc I—d3in — KIVATK PRAITKK.-pr CO. maybe consulted, eo«3<;enßa!.y. t treatment of the following diseases: Knip- " Sore Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swdlings, ot iargements, Syphilis, and all morbid whether recent or chronic. Also, all ' plaints termed female diseases. The adr« f invite attention to their chemical extract o. Flowers, which may be regard ;d as the * rr ? article known, to give tone and vigor t > <* abused aud debilitated organs, as well as to re * system shattered by dissipation or other can Medicines securely put up, with full and sect to order. Post paid letters pr>m J tended to. Offlce on Frankiln street, change How!, and first door below Trinity cm™* Richmond. Virginia A"~ ~T A AIBKTIIMi OK THE V Ol iK of the city of Richmond:, hsld friiday, Oi 2*-»th, 1852, the following was adopted; „f The council baing satisfied that th« P";' Corbia Warwick ard«4 - e - S are _ one-fiurth of the Ireeholders o! ths city. the aaid petition* , hw by Uetolve, That a po'l be and the same > directed, to take the sense ol the freeh ■<.& . city on the question whether the council, the city, may subscribe to the stock < fe f and Dsnsille rai'road compaoy, a COWP«> " porat'-d for a work of inter - al ' nl P r, " e '"tn"i.rac*r 3ute, (part ot which ista , (l M the city.) an amount not exceeding b tifme il the poll b) Thursday, thevd «-ay •> t . j>t b ft.e*t, and that this res.-lut. ■■Ib •pu one nionfh aid alter wards untl. the >fa^ in at least two uewspaper. olUio el *• aeD , A trae Copy: VV M V btu.rr , rot-td Cf'k C. ;; ij.AHTlt.Ert I>K I'ARI, 1 tor lh« tllrvUtion nets, aud til othsr disessM Vif vAI . f tc9 H» 136 U* wnwr W *■