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the paly dispatch 'AS. A. CiWaRDIN, Proprietor. J?? GH R- JL EAS A NTS, Editor. «fc«- rou.e <b«n n^ r^fo^nd'tf o^ ( , COfrifor r by lh " «or.lden»d, DoZr Co,t V f me,l,i ' 5-"^t?^"r« n b^ ment of J iTH?fe g r Mtn!< ,hs **»•"'*%r R*th Alum •**••••••••••»...1050 8 <25 Hot Springs...""* SO '• p *«t4ftiin..,.. 8,50 Staunton 7 00 C r M*«nd l^"* n^rmJrJio« 6t b Un K a •t 5 A M— spend the Zum ?? ***">•■ 11* HoteUnd l wK''? r 5 '* Jac ' V? -M aecood S ° ,phur & cl n^T t ® rßd c «ci»e«totnTd as tbe paru 4^B *' Th ,pl f R '<*mond. oa the c* >win, < •~J?m .'*» The . , ® ,,d ® of the coach can fcSfHreit 9 •eata are pmd f or _ If joists «re „,,aSr. it «e --▼Hew f "?** oultidr and insi«fe ««*» lhe P r »~ I!SS1 f JrrjriD l ,hB "'lowed for the cumber ot passengers paid f„ r PT~ for the tniihrr coatfr* of P«*sengers, i u run 8!l ace omiuodn y* m "n« of Coaches which wi!i leave Staunton i ■** breakfast, stop for tea ntght at the Bath A'.urr or Warm Spring*, at they may d> sire, and White Sulphur next Wening,- guaranttt Mere tkall be no night TQvrl '* "VVe will d!jo ke«ytthe Wsria Rnd Hot Springs «ach, a coach to sosiwtnmodate visitor* going Weil or Last, who n:ajrnot tied seats in the regular line." WM P FARL-H & CO. by J. L. IJk ,s kkll, Agent. Trl-Weekijr Connection. To Lynchburg, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, going op; fare.l 84 50 Servants traveling without their masters, must leave a pass with the Ticket agent, and also shew another to ine Conductor. * An extra ch»rge will be made if passengers do not obtain tickets E 11 GILL, Superintendent Transportation. Washington passengers may go by the Junction an J resch that city in 24 hours fiom Stauut n, taking the night train of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company J e 1' E.H. GIi.L, Sup't. TO TilK TK.WfeL.MKtt PUBLIC. jggg .^gySa^E; OK aiiw aliet .ucnflity, -Ita April, i? 53, the Mail, B!jJ regular Frtssenger Train will leave Lyncbburj daily, Sundays excepted, at 7 o'ciock, A M, and arrive at Saieta at 10$ o'clock, AM Re turning will leave Salens at 24 o'clock, P M, and ar rive at Lynchburg at 5} o'clock P M—stopping, go ing and returning, at the following places only, Forest Dspot, Guode's, Liberty, Oak Mulga, Bu ford's, Bontack's, Big Lick, and Salem. A Passenger train will leave Lynchburg daily (SundsTs excepted) at 2 o'closs, P M, and arrive at" Salem at 5)4 o'clock, PM. Returning will leave Saltm at 5J o'clock, A M, and ar.ive at Lynchburg 9X o'clock, A M, stopping going and returning at the toiiowina places:—Hafsey'a, Clay's, Forest Da pht, Goode's, Lowry's, Liberty, Oak Mulsa, Bu lord's, Bonsack's, GUhe's Mill, Big Lick and Salem. Freight trains will leav Lynchburg daily, (San days excepted) at 7)4 o'clock, A M, and arrive at Salem at 4 o ciuck, P M. Leave Salem at H o'clock, A M, and arrive at Lynchburg at 34 o'ciock, P M. THOMAS SHARP, mh 30—tf SuptTranp't Va &. Tenn R R CAL.tFOK.MA LINK KOtt SAN JSgfcFRAN CISCO DIRECT FROM PHILA litLPdIA —The A 1 magnificent clipper ship Trade Wind, Nathaniel Webber commander, 2200 tons register, bow loading at Queen Street Wharf, having two thirds of her cargo actually engaged and going on board, will have immediate dispatch. Early engagements are necessary to be made for Freight, wtici will be taken a: reasonable rates for this splendid Clipper. Apply at once ROBERT RANKIN J« 18 On tbe Dock. Richmond. Va» TO t AKt'is.iVl'KttS,BUlLl>ls.KS, Ac.— The subscriber has just fitted up a steam en gine for the propulsion of Saws, with which he proposes te saw Slats and Pannel Stufl and square Posts in the most uccxrate and expeditious man ner, and on the most reasonable terms. His shop U located on Brooke Avenue at the corner of Mar shall street. ap 'A3—3m JOHN E KELLEY FII.ES, EDGE TOOLS AMD PI.ANE MANUFACTORY, 30tj Broad street, Rich mond —T MOORE begs respectfully to snnoucce to Carpenters, Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Coach Makers, Millwrights, Turners and Mechanics, and the inhabitants generally ot Richmond and its vicl nlty. that he has commenced business at the above establishment, and trusts that by strict stteotion to all orders with which he may be favored, and sup plying articles of superior quality only, combined with moderate charges, to receive a share of their -support. N B—Saws and all kinds of Tools repaired. je 3—dim TVOTICE TO CONTRACTORS—VIK -11 GINIA CENTRAL. RAlLßOAD.—Pro poaais will be received at the Alum Sprinss, Bath iounty, Va., from the Ist to the 15ih July, for all the heavy sections on the Virginia Central Rail road, between Millooro' and Jackson's Rivar. The work now opened embraces some very de sirable jobs, including heavy cuts and fills, several tunnels and the abutments and pier* ot a number of large bridgef Tbe plans and specifications will be ready for ex ami nation by contractors at the offi eof the Division Engineer, at Millboro', any ; timu after the Ist of The successful bids will be published at the Bath Alum Springs on the 16th. By order of the Board, CHARLES ELLETT, Jr., Chief Engineer. je 1— dtlsJy TVT OTI C K TO CONTKAI.'TOKS- ViR -11 GINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD —Contractor* are hereby informed that at the time ot the letting advertise 1 to leke place st the B»th Alum Spriags in July, proposals will be received for furnishing one hundred thousand Cross Ties for the track of the Central road, between Staunton and Millboro. Also, at tUe same tims and place, proposals will be received for a large amount ot very heavy tres selmg, to be erected near Millboro. By order of the Board.' CHARLES ELLET, Jr, Chief Engineer. Bath Altjm. June 22, 1853 je 28—td n <► T I C E — RICHMOND AND JgMESBgSiDANVILLE KAILROAD.—On and July, the following charges will be on the articles specified below in lieu of the on the present tariff ot Freight: — ' " c is oo o — o _e Ba' © a c cr g» 5 tSer •«" • 0 _s. _s° : • s ° Z° 2 2 •x> •-c .OMI ® » © i 1 :1 ii is . ■ — TTIs 12 is eT Coalfield 14 15 i£o 6.6 Powhatan 16 18 23 7a 18 21 30 7.8 V/yanoke 20 2 4 35 8 4 22 27 40 9 Jleberrln >■ 30 45 9 6 "A*W. MILbSPAUGH, General Freight Agent Richmond. June 27th, 18S3 — —— PKBHU BUTTER f receiving by Express af choicest qualities of fra«fa iumml fords, lor sale wholesale jiu/ Butter prices. For the of ffrcfftskeplonlo* ( THE D/ILY DISPATCH. JS-iSitrri L'abins—indeed t hl . »K , mßdn ln «he «3«r ?one a thorough rpiiHi r ° r" t * b " ihm ' Jtfc i |iU * tld In the dC^ C r Petenl JP«« B«a ere ry thing done to nncura »i. 3H® pleasure I «he Ituesta The!££?' ®°»JP» "*«>> «■>• ph«r. Chßlybeete. ° f ** ,wo ' »»d an Mentite obwrvaUn« jSP? Jre,r * eMbl « 'he Bubtoiibrr u> i«y t66,e I w * u>r ' 're highly bfneficl.l ft.*, I*'*1*'*' 0 CMO< Mid in the ~<■ V children Baths, Uct an j h»d as heretofore. The Ball Room, BoWCt** "? d other aources of "nusement toviteiT re que,t r,!cre *' The°Hu > are ln oW h*Un county, » the river rJ&* tbe Manakin Town Ferry, 17 milf« .k,^^htnond. The c h m °nd and Danville Railroad, "avina ti,lj\* e Tf, ry morDiD P *t 7 o'clock, (Sun laya * , conve 7 ▼Wtora to Kobiou'a Statin, 8 ' ar fl e • commodiou# omnibus, nar s*. 0 thc J»neuted last year, will take thein spring!. Iho tar* through will not exceed p % ear will alio leave Richmond every Saturday r«ng by which arrangement visitor* may visit J Spring* at the ciese of the week and return rly Monday morning. Board t3O per month; $10 per week; 81 50 per y; children under 12 years of age and colored rvanta naif price. Horses 62 I 2 cu per daj: tin s meala and lodging 50eta each. CHAS A McKVOY, Esq, whose Instruction* ln rncing have gjvao auch general aatUtactlon, will efore abarvdti»m% his preaent profession) give his 9t lessons to a claas at the Spring* Curing theaea ?• „ RWROYSTER. je 13—ts |H> TOHAI l O iIIA.>UF'ACJTI KKKH.— I JOSEPH WKAR. Machinist, 20th street, be veen Main and Franklin streets, would respectful return thanks to the Manufacturers ol Tobacco, >r their lioera support since he commenced busi ess: would also inform them he i» prepared to lake fihaptning Mills with uisptvtch and superior 'orkmxnsh'.p He would refer those not acquaint d with bis work, to the following gentlemen : Kwferenrea.—Tboa Ac Sainl Hardttrove, Wm Ireaner, James H Grant, Charlea P Word, Laurel aotory, John Goode. N B —Mills repaired with neatness and dispatch. jeSB —lm* J W. rUK HIGHEST PctlCfig PAlli tfOH k- l.em Tobacco.—The subscriber return* his hanks tor the liberal patronage he has received for he last ten vears, lor his superior chewing tobacco, vi'Uld chII th i attention of all in want to his stock low on band, made of leaf, which has been pui :h ispd at ihs following buh prices: 32 hhds at $10; 5 hhds,' 13; 6 hhds. 11; 6 hhds, 11 25; 15 hhds, 11 50; 12 hhns, 12; 12 hhds, 12 50; 11 bhds, 13 50; 8 hhds 14; 8 hhds. 15; 5 hhds, 16; 10 hhds, 18; 3 hiids, 2C; 2 hhds, 27 50. Total, 135 jhds. Orders solicited, which will meet promot atten tion. _ cuakles p word, j- 25—lm Laurel Factory. Richmond, V'a. (>KO( KKIKS.-l beg to inform my triends aud the public that I have removed my Grocery tt.ine from Fourteenth street to the corner of First and Main streets, where I shali be pleased to tell to thosj who are in want ol good Family Groceries. d n Mcdowell. June 24th, 1853. Being personally acquainted with Mr McDowell, I take pleasure in recommending him to my friends and old customers. je 25—7t WM H McLEQD UUOO NEWS ! STILL, v THEY COME —A W OSBuRN, the Daguer rean Artist, 172 Main Street, opposite the Banks, still continue* to take those life like Pictures tnat hai given hiarsoch a rush of business the last fit teen months Mr Osborn will guarantee to make fine pictures of children in two seconds of time.— Those that have tried at other Galleries, and failed, are respectfully invited to call Prices very low.— Come and see. Stock' Stock! Stock!—OSBORN is pre pared to furnish Daguerreau Stock, wholesale or retail He has constantly en hand every size, Star, 40 Plate*, Camera*, Head Rests, Mercury Baths, (building Stands, Coating Boxes, Woc*l Vices; Peck'* Patent Plate holder*; Color Boxe*; Cotton Velvet and Silk Velvet Cases, all sizes; Jenny Lind, Papeir Machie and every other style ot Cases. All kinds of Chemical* Also, the Patent Stereoscope Cases cheap for cash. A W OSBORN, jel6 Sian of the Flags of all Nation*. CB. LUCK, • STOCK and LAND WARRANT AGENCY, Govkbnob Stbket. Stock* bought and sulci on Commission. The highest price paid for Land Warrants. t»old and Silver Wanted. Prize tickets in all Lotteries sold in Lot teries under the management ot R France & Co , will be promptly paid by me, and all inquiries relative to the business of R. France & Co., ad dressed to them at Richmond, d will meet with prompt attention, mp 2 C. B. LUCK. M MARTIN SMITH, stock, I.AND • wakrant and general agency, Office 14th street, old stand for many years ociu pied by John M Clarke as a Lottery Office The highest market prices paid for old Virginia Military Land Warrants and Laud Warrants nnderthe act of SeptemDer 28. I<Bso. All outstanding Prize Tickets sold by Mr Clarke will be redeemed by the subscriber. M MARTIN SMITH, Agent. N B—Persons at a distance can obtain any infor mation relative to the old business, and have their srders faithfully and confidentially executed by ad dressing, post paid, M MARTIN SMITH, General Agent, my 31—d3m Clarke's old stand, '4th st. J H OuGHILL W.U N COCHILL A J CuGHILL J. B. COUHILL <Sc CO, Wholesale Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, and Commission Merchants, Fire-Proof Brick Wareboute, San Francisco, California. Refers to Mr James Tbomai, Jr, Richmond, V»; Messrs Purcell, Ladd Si Co, Richmond; Messrs Barling, McKer &. Co, and Mr J S Eastman, Bal timore; C A Meigs, Esq , Cashier American Ex change Bank, New York; Messrs Ross, Falconer, 164 Pearl Street Now York; Messrs Page, BacoD ie. Co, Bankers, San Francisco; Beverly G Zanders, Esq , late Collector of Custom*, San Francisco, ja I—3m IMMENSE SLAUGHTER !—Great sacri fice of Goods at Sl COHEN'S Store, corner Broad and sth streets, who ar- sell ing off at cost, their whole stock of goods, cocslat ing of beautiful Bereges, Lawns, figured and plain, Swiss Collars; Sleeves, laside Hddfs, black Silks, Parasols, Mitts, Gloves, Stockings for Ladies and Children, Sacks for Gents and Boys, Crape Shawls, Laces, Ribbons, Linen Hdkfs, Fans, Breastpins, Lockets, Ear Rings, Combs, Soap* and innumera ble other articles; all which must be sold within • very short time to elose the store ry Don't forget name am ** WECHSLER Sl COHEN, je 27 194 corner of sth and Broad sts. JAMES BKOADRICK. Sc CO., practical BLACKSMITHS, between the Danville Rail road Depot and Haxall's Mills—all sorts of con tractor's tools made to order, such as Plckspjump era, Churn Drills, Hand Dri Is, Hand Hmmers, Striking Hammers, and every tool used by con tractors „ , All sorts of Wagon-work, Horse-shoeing, snd everything in the Blacksmith line. All work done by us, will be warranted equal to any done else where. sp 23-3 m gllMffpWK BOARDING. —The subscriber, D situated at Mechum's river, the present termi nus of the Virginia Central Railroad, has accom modations for tweoty or thirty boarders. His house, beds and furniture are entirely new; bis rooms well ventilated, the surrounding oounti? healthy and delightful Every exertion will be made to render his guests comfortable. Terms moderate, and made known on application. WM GRAVES Mechum's River, May 25th, 1853 my 26—dtf If BAL.—Having gotten my mills, at Spring Hill, ill in operation, I am bow prepared to furnUb Meal, either Bohed or Unbolted, of thebeetqualitv made of best whits aorn. on the most favorablf terms. Apply to Jeter & Leftwich, a few door* be low the Columbian Hotel, or to me at the Floyd House. JOHN A. JETER, ap 3—its JEHMOND. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 1858. R NORFOLK. PORTSMOUTH AND OLD POINT. - In consequence of the repair* to bn •trambom Angoata having re quired uiuiv time then km anticipated, the Com pauy have chartered the pleaiant steamer J. E. Cotfee to run between Port Walthall and the above place*, until the Auguita la completed. The Coffer will be under the command of Capt Wm C Smith, the former commander of the Au gust*, to long and favorably known to the travel ing coirmunlty on the Potomac knd Jamea riveri. The Car* running in connection with the Coffee, will leave the Richmond and Petersburg Depot on Friday, July 1 at, 1853, at 6 o'clock A M, and on every Monday, Wedneiday and Friday mornina thereafter, at the tame boar On the alternate day*, viz: Tueaday*, Thur* day* and Saturday*, the Coffee will leave Norfolk at sji A M, touching at Old Point throughout the bathing aeaaon, and at the different landing* on the river. i *re between Richmond and Norfolk, Old Point, ic 00 Fare between Richmond and Orove Wharf.. 1 50 Meal* each .. 5y Children over three yeara and not over twelve year* of age, half price. Servant* through 1 50 Bervant* to any point on the river. i 00 THUS. DODAMKAD, Suuerintendent. Office of thftjtt. Il P. R. R. Co, June 29tb, 1853. je 30 STRAYED OR STOLEN.-On Monday Morning last, a middle tized Roan ftlare, blind in one eye, strayed or was taken away by »ome one unknown, from in front of the *tore ol Mr J H Stegall, on Main (treet. She had on at the time a line quilted saddle, bridle and martin gale. A reasonable reward will be given by the owner for any information that will lead to her re covery. MOSES THOG. je 30—31* FAST HORSE AND BUGtiY FOR SALE. -The Horse is six years old this bpriug —sound and kind, and a splendid driver— never had a whip behind him, and warranted free from all faults. With a little practice could be made a 3 minute nag Also, a light Buggy and Harnett*, sold for want of use, and ot a credit ol 9U days for goed paper. Apply at MR. EARNEST'S STABLE je 30—ts * « M UttE.Utl*.— ine hue ttreujen Acmiral, Wietiog Master, will be at City rointln a tew days, and load for the above port. For treigbt or pasange, apply to je 30—3t SCHAEit, KOHLKR & CO £tOR SALE.— 1 have for sale on St. James street, between Baker and Duval sts., a smsil Wooden Tenement, containing 2 rooms and a kitchen, all in good repair. For terms, Ac., apply to EDWARD D. EACHO, je 30 General Agent and Collector. FOR KbNT.— i'hree or tour rooint in Jfij-i 'he Law Building, suitable for professional gTUiiemen, or ior lodging rooms. Apply to j* 30 TOLER A COOK. ®JFOR SAL.ii—The new Brick Dwelling situated on sth, near Byrd street, opposite Sampson &: Pae'e foundry, containing eight large rooms with many convenience*. For terms, en quire on the premises. je 29 4t" Rev. o. r. tavler's wokrs^ Truth, or Persio Clareton; a Narrative of Church History in the Seventeenth Century. Mark Wilton, the Merchants Clerk—7sc Scenes in the Clergyman's Life—7sc Lady Mary, or Not of the Word—7sc Margaret, or the P< arl—7sc May You Like It—7sc Thankfulness—7sc Earnestness—7sc Angel's Song—7sc Records of a Good Man's Life—7sc Memorials of the English Martyrs—al "There is a charm about the writings of this chaste aud pleasing author, which enlists the eym pathies of the reader with the aubj set, and the source from which such beautiful and purifying ideas emaciate. Ever sprightly and entertaining. Mr. Tayler never loses sight cf the all important end at which he aims, elevating the mind, putify ing the heart, and instilling love and reverence for everything that is good and holy." For sale by JAMES WOOBHOUSE, je 30 Late Nash <fc Woodhouse. 'pHACKKUAY'M illJ UOKiSTS.-A new A supply at the EXCHANGE BOOKSTORE ot the English Humorists of tbe 14th Century, by W M Thackeray, l2mo, cloth, 297 pp—Bl Harper's new monthly Magazine for July, pro fusely illustrated, 144 pp—2sc" Evelina, by Miss Burney, lJmo, cloth—62c Aaron Burr, his Life and Correspondence, two vols, octavo—-s3 Received and for sale this day by ie 29 G M WEST, 5 and 6 Exchanse. RKPAIKINUKVKK* Utt-scttirriu* OF SAWS —TOLaNU ic BELSHAW, prac tical Saw Makers and Repairers, 9th street, between Cary and Main, opposite the Phaaaix Foundry, Kichmond, VaCircular, Hand, flip ping, Cross cut, Mill, Table, Brass back, Compass aud Concave Saws. Batchers' Bow Meat Saws, Hack Saws Pit Saws, Felloe Saws, Turning Saws, &c, &c 13P All Saws warranted to run true, je »9—lm* tthSfl AttKiVAL, PER SCHR. NEW YORK— 25 boxes Kaisins; 40 half boxes Kaisins 40 quarter do; 10 do Layer Kaisins 5 bags Palm Nuts; 3 bags Walnuts 50 drums figs; ai bales Bordeaux Almonds 5 frails Malaga Almonds All fresh; just to hand and for sale by 8. HONaVITA Si CO., je 30 Nc 76 Main street. PINK APPLKs AND BANANAS— 10 dozen Pine Apples 5 bunches Bananas For salt) by S. BONAVITA & CO., je 30 No 76 Main street WOOl) FOR BALK> —The subscriber having a large quantity of Wood to d spote of, bat found it convenient to take a yard for that purpose His yard is on Bruad street, opposite Brook* Avenue. Orders for Waod may be left at lb stores of G. G. Herring, Esq Messrs Reeve & Blair Jas. B. Sbeiton, Esq,or at the yard, which will meet with prompt attention. He has on hand about 700 cord superior seaaonec Oak Wood, which he will sell at tbe market price I»—ts JOHN P. REEVE. WtPUKIOK KAIULV FL.ODK.-Mc 0 Clung it Swoope's Family and Extra hoe Flour in store, for sale by R McCAMDLISH, Js, je 25—tf 136 Cary street LJOTK AMI TAK.—SOO bbis Washington aod Thomaston Lime 50 bbis Tar 200 b> st Mora Scotia Grindstones For sale by . _ j e 29 EDWIN WORTHAM Si CO, IDKANT <V PAVEMENT HOSK- Having reee'ved a full supply of the above wiib suitable coupling* and pipes, we can now furnish those in want, witn any qurntity they m jj29 qaire WILLIAMS * BROTH FR. \l/AVER LEY MAUAZINK IT Flag of ear Union Star Spangled B*noer And a numoer i f other papera, will be regularly received. For *ale by receivou , } R JJEININGHAM, j e 29 ~ 22* B'o»d street I<LViU.-Le Dojen's fa- If tent Diainleeimg Fluid, lor purilying sick rooms and counteracting uutrii tmelis and uher unplea sant effluvia; for sale bv „ „ sant em , & GRAy Drn?([Uu> j„ 29 147 M,ln l/BHV «|>PrRIOH»EXIKA FAMILY V RYU WHUJKtY "—A lew bbla just received b, s9 WILLIAMS A BROTHER IVOUV PEAKL. TOOTH POWDim -1 A fine and fragrant defltfricfv—il gi»»-s whiteness lu the teetfc, rtmdara the gums firm and bard,and is free Irom gritty patltclea by OK half bbla sUletlj LIST OP LETTERS Remaining in the Richmond Foot OSce on the lor July, 1853. W" Person* calling for Letter* in this Ll* t will please say thejr are advertised. rp- Office hour* on Sunday*, hereafter, from 8 to y A M, frcm 4 to 5 P M. LADIES' LIST. A And»r*on mn Sarah Armirtead miss Rosalie Abram* mri Patsey Andrew* mta* France* B Bailey rar* Sarah Bank* mrs Angelina 2 Barish mr* Sarah Burton mis* Ann Bayer* mr* Matilda Blackburn mis* Sallio E 2 Bowser mr* Maria Bu-ke mi** Sucan 2 Boarock mrs Letida S Blankenshtp miss M E Best mr* Julia W Buttle mi** Louiaa Bohannou mr* Elizabeth Bailey mi** Eliza J 2 Bailey mr* Eliza J Berry mi** C M Barber mr* Betsey O Clarke mr* Margarette S Coulter mi** Fannie B Carter mr* Maliiia Covington mi** £ C Q| Clarke mr* Martka H, Crafton mi** Delia P Chappell mr* Mary F. Cos grove mi** Clariaaa Crenshaw mr* Mary E Crow mist Ann Coleman mr* MAM Condy mi** Phebe Clayton mri Martha Carter mia* Miry L Cbattain mr* Jane Carrington mim Lizzie™ Cottello mr* Joteph Crown Jane Corcoran mra Eleanor Clock mis* Jane Cobb miaj Geo A Cooper mi** Harriet D Drake mr* Mar j G Dorey ml** Zeller Dunnavant mr* Lucy A Davenport mr* FG R E Ellet mr* Mary A Evan* mil* E S Eubank mrs Catharine Ellett mi** M G V Findley mr* MAW Franklin mia* J A Fraughner mr* Octavia Faulkner mil* Martha Fraier miss Mary J Farmer miss S C Franklin missi) A G Graham mrs R Gathright mil* M L Gallaher mis* Eliza 2 Greaham mis* M J Gormon mil* Kate 2 H Hougewright mre M A Hennlng mr* E F Hanna mra Marg't Harris mrs Belinda Hurt mrt Martha Hicks mitsßJ Hudson mrs M A Haiumel miss Elizabeth Hendrick mrs S E Hopkins miss Josephine Hund mr* Judith Hooper miss Martha E Hodgdon mrs J P Hooper mis* Sarah J Howard mra Harriet Hardy miss Mary Ann Joseph mrs Rofct A Jones miss Octavia Johnston mra Nancy Jerdone miss Maria C Johnson milt Caroline Jordou miss Annie E Jordon mrs Judith A Jarvia miss Cornelia V Jacobs mis Hetty R-L Keeling mrs Ann Lotsy miss Mary Lewelling mr* Sarah W Lsclar miss Mary A Laoiol mrs SarahS Lee miss Margaret D Lipscomb mrs W B Lumpkin miss Mary S Ligfefin miss E R Ligon miss Martha G Longert miss Fanny Minor mrs Sarah Montigue miss Mary Marst jn mrs Sarah W Moore miss Calista J Miller mrs E H Middleorooks miss C ' Masey mrs Martha Moore miss Julia Mills miss Elizabeth Monroe miss Ma.tha Mayo miss Sarah T Me McGrudar mrs Elizabeth McCoull miss SallleL McCarty mrs Ann L N Norris mis Harriet S Nelson miss Catharine Nelson mrs Mary Nunnally miss Ellen O Overbey mrs Lucy A Overby miss Mary J P Pollard mrs Caroline N Parkhill miss Agnes 3 Porter mrs Carolina C Puryear miss E Page mrs Cely Perdue miaa Ester D Pierce mrs Judilh Pleasant* miss Lucy E Pratt mra John Pegram mUa M E Peyton mrs Martha Peters miss Sarah H Pt pprr mrs M»ry W Phillips miss Sarah F Preston mrs Kachael Parkhill miss Va K Koot mrs Lucinda Howe miss Lucy F Kaoson mrs Mary J Robinson miss M H Ready mrs Mary Kaden miss Margaret Rowlett mrs M A Ryan miss Mary Roger* mrs Mary A Randolph miss Mary J Roach miss Bridget 8 Su'liven mrs Bridget Sneed mrs Sophia Statbam mrs Caroline A Sorrell miss Amanda B Snipes mrs Mary A Stiff miss Mary E Suter mrs Margarett Shackelford miss Octavi Saluebury mrs Mary A Sad.er miss Susan O Strosberger mrs Sarah T l imblick mrs Susan Templeton miss Va A Thvas mrs Patsy Thorntone miss Mary J Tally mrs Mary Tyree miss M A Thornton mrs M A Tradaway miss Fillls Thompson mrs Maria Thompson miss Cornelli Timberlick mrs Emily Tavlor miss Adeline V—W Vaughan miss Sarah E Williams miss Martha White mrs Sarah E Williams missL W Wright mrs Nancey White miss Elesea White mrs Hannah Williams miss E A Woodward mra E F Wilson iniss Bettle H Woody Wallace miss Ann Wallace miss S S Wright miss Amelia Williams miss N L GENTLEMEN'S LIST. A Anderson Mr Armstrong James Allen Andrew B Austin Morton Allen Francis Allen Mitchell F Archer John T Alexander Robtß Allen J K Arndt Samuel Atkinson James Ammoca William H B Bsptist Mr Browning & Millen Boyd Andrew L Brook Morgan Brimmer Chas H Beck Owens Burton Caihoy Boylan Patrick Hetty F Bradley Robt A 2 Biesen Jos 2 Barrett Rebin Bailey Fowler S Bige'ow Rob W Ba-l Henry Bissell 8 B Br' wing Henry P 2 Banks Thos Booker James Boldermann DrThos Brown J Booths Bourk Win F Biiaoo James BbrrettWm Bork M Bird Wm B Braknan Michael Rrummell H W Brache John B ackioid Wm M C Cummings Andrew Con Jrmes Christian A Curtis Joseph W Chambers David Carrick Owen Cahalane Daniel Cole Otis S Coleman Hon Daniel 2 Cooke K H Curtain i dward B Ciark Samuel Chapman Edward Clemmitt Amos Crutchfield E Cousins Thus Clai k F ran kiln Claxton Thomas Clements tt H Colemao Thomas Can ten Henry Calder Wm Cram Men J C Clark Wm C Charies John H Carter Wallis Catllgan Johu P Coleman Walker Cran Jthn M Ceppinger 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Webster, Hather & Walker Wm L Williams Geo L Wombwell Thos J Wyatt Geo W Well* Thos Wheat Francis WLHamson Tboa Williams Fred Wilson Nathaniel M Walker Chas B Walker N S Willie Cbaa H Walker Nathaniel Wilson B Wilkina Ned Wright A Waiker L B White A A 2 Wilson James Wharton Dr Wood E B Wilbur Aaron White John H Wells John W Woodcock James H Williams Capt J Willis Jaa M Wtlliama Judge Woodson John laittaU. GEO jy 2 THOS. & BIGGER, P. M. TO OWNKKH OF HOKBBB AND CAT TLE.—G W. Merchant'* celebrated GmrrHog Oil, or Univeraal Family Embrocation ha* been tried and proved to be one of the beat external ap plication* ever discovered tar Spavin*, Sweeny, Galls of all kind*, Fleah Wound*, Hingboaa, Poll Evil, Mange, Lamene**, Sand Crack*, Btringhalt, Foundered Feet, Scratchea. Horn Distemper, Strain®, Wiudgaila, Fiatula, External Powoo*. and many other diaeacea incident to borte* and cattle. For *aie to bottle* at 98 cent*. 80 cent* and 91, by "Sfata. AiHE * GRAY. Dniigiat*, 828 147 Main atreot. < r MATH a a BBLTS.—Just received|by .hip *ui Jamestown, a farther and complete a**ort meat oi thoae raporior machine *tretched leather AU Belta warranted. For aa)e by i. 25) WILLIAMS A BROTHBR, 1 - Corner Uary and Pearl *U. (VwffiJfi,*.? SHOWER BATH.— ss. UM BULALEY * CO, J* 137 M* ta *treet » Al, T.—Liverpool Am Factory " Jalt, cargo of ahto Waaktoitoa, fast aiitiad. fc i »lS WMAM, AOBlift A OOT PRICE ONE CENT THE DAILY DISPATCH. Klchaaaad. July a. 1833. Correspondence of the Ultpatek. A MOUNTAIN CASCADE. Morris Hill, June 28th, 1853. Mr. Editor—As (be noise and bustle at tendant upon the elections hare pretty well subsided, 1 have thought it might not be if acceptable to you, at this time, to furnish you with a sbort description of oat of the many specimens of beautiful scenery with which our mountains abound, particalactjr when the weather is so warm, and the d*M* of an Editor require him, whether it be hot or cold, to con over much to fill up his sheet, so as to make it acceptable to his reader*. I have just paid a risk to the "Falling Spring Valley, distant about three and a half miles from the main ata?e road, leading from the Eastward to the White Sulphur Springs, and deriving its name from a very largo spring, called the "Falling Spring." The spring rises about one mile above the Falls, and here forms one of the most beautiful scenes it has ener been the lot ol the writer to wit ness. 1 here is a long range of marl rook* extending perhaps three hundred yards in length, and from two to three hundred feet in height. Over this precipice the water flows— forming at top a vast sheet, but ere it reaches halt its fall, is converted into a maaaof apray, almost as fine a 8 heivy dew, and filling tho beholder with the most lively imaginations the fancy could wish. At one time, lam told, the water covered nearfy the whole range of rock along the Falls; but the proprietor, wishing to convert a portion of the ground above this point, into meadow, cauced the water to be changed from its natural channel, and it does not now cover more than one half of the rock which it did foimerly-—but enough to feast the beholder's fancy for hours. The stream is clear as crystal, and abounda in Mountain trout of the finest kind; about 100 of which were caught by the party in attend ance. While standing; below the Falls, you re ceive very copious showers from ihe spray— whieh has been termed, not inappropriately, the vapor bath. And at particular hours, tbe reflection ot the sun upon the spray, forms a complete and beautiful rainbow, adding mate rially to the sublimity of the sccne. It does seem a little strange to me that these Falls have not been more frequented, and drawn a greater number of notices from the literary and curious gentlemen visiting the mountains in search of pleasure, recreation and health. They are within three or four miles of the Jackson River Hotel, kept by P. H , Woodward, and we are sure that those who stopped wiih Lim will bear witness that there is not to be found a better kept house, or mors accommodating landlord in t '• mountains. I am aware that I have fallen far short of giving an adequate description of this beautiful and romantic valley and falls, but I have been induced to say thus much, hoping that it may tall under the eye of some of ths votaries of pleasure this season, who may possess the ta lent and ihe will to visit them, and furnish such an one as, in my humble opinion, the scenery is justly entitled to. And should you, Mr. Editor, feel inclined to quit, for a season, the furnace walls of the city, and come out to catch a little "fresh air," just call on the writer, and he will accompany you to the spot, and assist you to '• dull" a trout, or kill a buck, about either of which you may pen a paragraph for the next month or two thereafter to come. N. BP A company with a large capital has been formed in Chattanooga, Tennessee, for the erection of an Iron Foundry tw manufac* ture Railroad Iron. There is an abundance of iron in the vicinity, and the prospect for the success of the enterprise is every way en cou raging. ty We learn from the Augusta, Georgia, Constitutionalist that Col. Telamon Cuyler was murdered at Adairsville, Georgia, on St* turday evening last by some unknown per* son. He was found near the Railroad Depot dead, with a small hole in his sknll, made by some instrument. A man named Cox, and his son, and Webster, his-son-in-law, and Web ster's wife, were arrested on suspicion, and tbn circumstances were strong against them. E3PThe work of laying down the (rack of the Central *Railroad was commenced near Goldsborough, N. C., last week. Goldsbo rough is a flourishing town on the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad—half way between Weldon and Wilmington. The Central Road passes from the Western part of North Caro lina via Raleigh, and terminates at Golds» borough. Mr. E Meriam, of New York, a distinguish ed scientific writer and practical philosopher* says that persons struck by lightning, should not be given up as dead lor at least three hours. During the first two hours, they should be drenched freely with cold water, and if tb» fail to produce restoration, then add salt, and continue the drenching for another hour. If water with salt is more efficacious than ws» ter without it, why not use the salt in the begin ning? Better to use it at once than to post* pone it "till salt won't save 'em." Mr. Dorn, the South Carolinian says, has been offered $2,000,000 for his gold mines. Nowwe think this gentleman should be named Adorn. We know nothing more ornamental than two millions of dollars, unless it be n larger sum. "Put a« ex» to hii K*i»t*sc*."—Thi» ia what *11 the papers aajr about a suicide. H|« rerjr strange, that a man who has already tmm ends to hiseiistence is not content without putting another to it. Curious Experiment.—A F reach man, M. Herbert, has receutly exhibited some curious experiments, by which plants are uude to blow instantaneously. The means need, wee & chemical mixture with whieh he wanted the geraniums, whieh immediacsijr began te open their buds, and in te* minutes the plants were in full bloom. With a rose tree he was, however, lees successful. Commodore Crane committed sotcide ia 1846, while insane, and hie widaw has beea put apon the pension roU for fMOayeer from thst time, although the oommisaieaer ot pen sion* at Aral decided sgainst her. A tetter ia the Leadaa IWeapWasn pre cess for extracting 15 per cent., «f raiMble ml fiom the seed of the tobacco pleat. TM ««► covery was made ia Russia, and k considered esmmertialty important. A bill. abdiahing capiui pueiehrj*»l. rd the Connecticut Senate an thelSth. ft snh« stltntes setitary confinement, wtta prarisina that the een»iet shall nes he pwdeeed, ertwa new svidaaneof his iaaoeeaoa tsaaapirea.