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= t'/hazy nth! faialty j^ie«an% on their ■ssssys«r?T-" "" . . Kvrinii I'owx CocscrLLOß !rrbisons r> *?r u incSgas.—'Wm. Cook, oneottbi' l.r.vn 'oOpswich. Ensland, r.ad hi; fjrrin.an, h«rc M<-h 'entonco-1 to tvrHve mO^!l« cement for -toaUasr j:a.« from rho IP«wnh (.a <->_ > rh» theft wa* fOmmlrteo by ntta l io~ Mcrat jiijw'to or.f of tho main pipos <>t the gas»oil - jsanv. <ome merchant* of I.«v»ca, Tex#,, iaten | nhip . ome me ~ to i. ril „ co | a a «nn experiment. h ," y wiU beghippe^i'ro" 1 l.HVaea to tbe Outf purf. .11 ♦»,- mfehan** o» Morc«rs'.»urs. P*., (12 in have fivoa a pu'.Uo p!e«!ce over their that after their pre«ent rtock ,Tthev will Wither i «y nor trade tor. *11 ». «tvo airly, anient except !or medial or mechan ical purpose?. PrvciovKoßcra"K'.- (:arrt>tr ji ; eon victe-i before the fnitod States dwtrirt court ol New York f.»r loreinf paper* ill a pen ion ca*e, won, on Tue.oiav, Kcntenced to the Slate * j>! hou (Sing Sinff) tor sevn vear*. There w ere other cases jx n'db? aeainst him, but they were tiot pressed. Gold is rejwitct to have lately been di-eorereil in Riley county, lowa. A man wi ires that he wash ed out #S5 in or.e dr.y. There are two cirls in Hanover county, Va.. it is said, who make tWOO shiuslea per week, at S-'i.'-O per thousand. They .-uj>i>ly the demand in that part of the oouatry, and sell many in Richmond. STEAMERS, EXPRESSES, Bcc. T N ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S 1 LINE OF STEAMERS.—FOR PHILADEL PHIA. EVERY WEDNESDAY. VIA NORFOLK AND CAPE MAY—Steamer CITY OF RICHMOND, <V ( >t. Mitchell: Steamer VIRGINIA. Ci.pt. Teal, mirt stoatuer PENNSYLVANIA. Captain LavmoßE. Or.e of these splendid sieamers will leave Richmond lor Philadelphia, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at fc.;h-«aurr, touching at Cape May to land pas ser.i"rs. Reluruiug. leave Pbiladelphia every WED NESDAY and SATURDAY, a: 10 o'clock, A. M., un til farther notice. Passenger* for Cape May «ill consult their interest bv teitir.g this route, as it is, in addition to being the cbe«"ie«t, tne uicft expeditious and comfortable PaUkngkrs ton New York. —We have entered ir.io arrangements to forward passengers through to New York, either by ears or steamers", allowing thein the privilege of re:si.aini:ii! in Philadelphia three or four days, or proceed directly on to New York, upon thf arrival of the steamers. Snippsas To the West.—Tobacconists desirous ol sh i»pin* to Cincinnati, will please bear in mind that vie have made all tlie necessary arrangements to fit.-ward tobacco through at 60 rents per 10#poar.as. Due notice will be always given in aii the daily pa pers in the city, when the steamers will be ready to receive freight, and the hour of their sailing. N B.—Shippers will bear in uiii.d that all bills of l.viinp r.iUst be sent to the wharf at Rocketts, to be signed before the snilinj of the steamers. Pttsace through tiN. Y.. Is: cabin niid found, S3; do do Cupe May, jS; do e.o Philadelphia, 4-8; do do Philadelphia. 2<i cabin and found, $7 For freight or passage, apply to ROBERT RANKIN, Agent, au 2fl Richmond, Va., on the Deck. NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH AND X OLD POINT.—In consequence ct the repairs to the steamboat AfGLSTA having required more time thr.ii was anticipated, the Comjianv have chartered ilie pieustiiL »lc«i!ur! J. £. CGFF'EE tu run between Port Walthall and the above places, until the Augus ta is completed. The Coffee will be under the command of Captain Wm. C. Smith, the former commander of the Augus ta, so long and liivorabiy known to the travelling com munity on the Potomac and James rivers. The" Cars running in connection with the Coffee, will leave the Richmond and Petersburg Depot on Friday, Jalv Ist, !8"3. at 6 o'clock, A. M., and on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning thereafter, at the *ame hour. On the .llten.s-p viz: Tuesday.. Thursdaysand Saturdays, the Cwtiee will i>-iive Norfolk at o* A. M., toaehie.g at Old Point throughout the bathing season, and at the different landings on the river. Fare between Richmond and Norfolk, Old Point, &c &2 00 F'are between Richmond and Grove Wharf.... X 50 Meals each 50 Children o\ er three years and not over twelve years of age, half price. Servants through 1 50 Servants to any point on the river 1 00 THOMAS DODAMEAD. Superintendent of the R. k P. R. R. Co. June 29th. 1853. ADAMS & CO.'S NEW YORK, VIR GINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA STEAM SHIP EXPRESS, PER UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS ROANOKE AND JAMESTOWN, TO AND FROM NEW YORK, RICHMOND, PE TERSBURG, &.C;, fcc., tc.—Koriaf eSectedarrange ments with the U. S. mail i'.ne of steamers from New- York to Norfolk and Richmond for special Express privileges on that route, we are now prepared to receive and forward, to and from New \ork, MER CHANDISE and PACKAGES of every description with dispatch and at greatly reduced rates. Our Express will leave New York every Wednes- ! day and Saturday per spiel,did steamers ROANOKE niiti JAMESTOVi N alternately. Goods will be re ceived at our New York otfice, 59 Broadway, until 3J o'clock, P. M., on the day of sailing. Merchants and others ordering goods from New York, are requested to order by "ADAMS Si CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS.". Our inland Express will run as heretofore, leaving New York and Richmond daily, in charge of special messengers All Goods not marked to go via the in land route, will be forwarded by the Steamer Ej.- iiiess. ADAMS & CO. J. L. SIcDONOt'GH, Agent, Richmond. NOTICE. —Express packages for Nor folk, Petersburg ar.d Richmond, intended for ship ment per itf.irr.::! cr Jamestown, will hereafter be received by ADAMS &. CO., 59 Broad way, who are the only autliorized agents for Express privileges by those steamships. LUDLAM St PLEASANTS, je 6—la 33 Broadway, New York. Great northern mail route REDUCTION OF FARE TO BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA.—On and alter MONDAY, tin- 15th August, Through Tickets to Baltimore and Philadelphia can be obtained ef firs Company over their route, via Washington, on the following terms, viz: Tu Baltimore Si CO To Philadelphia ,«8 00 Which secure to the passenger a trensit for self and baggage through the city of Washington and Balti more free of any extra charge whatever: and as five daily lines are run between Philadelphia and New York, at rates varying from $2 to $'3 for tai-htirst Class passenger, ard proportionately for second olass passengers, the public can now be'atnoloss fora cheap and comfortable trip to New York. The Through Tickets named above allow a reason ble sojourn in Washington and Baltimore, without detriment to any privileges conferred bv them. S. RUTH, Agent of Transportation. Office R. F. kP. R. R.Co; I Richmond, Auc. 12th, 18)3. 5 PINKY P OIN T PAVILION.—This agreeable bathing place, and quiet retreat for those in search of health and rational pleasure, having been leased by the undersigned, with a view to the purchase of it, if successful in his efforts to accommo date the public, will be opened for the season on Wednesday, 15lh June. Many and varied improvements have been recently made, calculated to promote the comfort of visitors, aud nothing shall be omitted by the prep.it-tor and li;» family, which can afford the least satisfaction to uisgneats. Parents and their children will find Use comlorts of home in ample provision, whilst the de votee of lulrtng may cuano assured, m»: every neces k'll accommodation in the way of hshing boats and tackle, with proper persons to j engaged in his captivating sport, has been fully made. lu addition, a seine wi'l be daily diawu lor the accommodation of the u'ace and musT^l'be' in ess - px assKtr in time to connect with the regular mil train of ar b $ ,* 2 » a week, $10 per week, and feSft l 1!" tban and servants half price A, *\ contemplated on the 4thof s£*«?the pf fe" prior to that date, nay come Wh .. olnt ' vuilo " l that their comfort and <iuiet will Lot V J? " ,nr *i'Ct 1 any assemblage of a b > Formerly proprietor of th/Founts®' L PINET POINT Pavilion, |J 0^ lrtct June 6th, 1&53. J Vf ILEH A SON—Notice.—l have Just i."x received by Express a lot of Miles k Son's Patent Leather PCM PS, of superior quality, to which 1 would most respectfully call tbe attention cf all in want of a nice pair of Shoe#, suitable for the p resent season. ALEX. HILL, so 13 _____ K0- 127 Main street. MOLABt»Lh.— Jf>U hbda. really prime Cardenas Molasi •», in store and for asle bv »U 17 CHARLES T. WORTHAM NO. 1 FAMILY LARD.—2O liblu. Wil squ'* No. 1 Family LARD, in store, and for sale h fjj WJ VVJI. TAYLOR. I "* VARIETY, 7ST? IIN strong twilled V f *!,"» for »"•'<• b? " ■ « r »™ WILLIAMS fc BROTHER. *<■ - i i-.......*,.. I i ..n. ..— T"1Y1:KPOOL FINE >jALT«—iSUU sacks S J in mi or**, tor SAla l-v X WILLIAMS k PPOTHER A DAMAN TINE CA N < " DLES, ia atofe. for sa!o V v .a 2A_ __ WILLIAMS &. BROTHER. <S"PER3I CANDLES, iii »> li>. boxes*, fur CVil-shy E. H. SXIKKER. itu 23 Cnry »f. VIABLE HAIR lililSlilS, a von r supt- rieratticle. M< 28 k. .r. nroT k co. in arter s spanish mixf ur e tor V> sale by K. J. PICOT CO., an 25 Druggst*. 1 FULL ASSORTMENT OF FAMII -V jl jl GIIOCEIUKS always on h«ud tor i,u 2i JAMKS n SUKLTON. pKIME PICK LINO VINEGAR—And « IM4 ortme U t of Spices, for f^HVRTON^ \ IITCHELLS CANDL E S.—:>o be >xes L*X Adamantine CAND L KS•>T? * 16,*.!l 6 ,*.!' f U . r,? 6 by (au 2i| KDWI.N WORPHAM I( O. npiN PLATE—ISO boxes assorted Tin j~. |/ >ATK ' rfCt "HQ\V7N'U'OHTH AM k CO. 'I I* \RT'S Sit' A liS. —Li nil", C rus hod, Powdered mid Cotiee SUGARS. in s'ore, for «le by |a« i°J EDWIN WORTHAM St CO. PYINTED BUCKETS, BROOMS, H V<KETS, Cotton TWINE, L A MI'WICK. kc. For saie by ["» EL A.M. SMITH St CO. 1 O'VERING'S SUGAR.—Fifty barrels J Crushed SUGAR, for sale by UI! £, KUWIN WORTHAM h CO S'ODA. —Washing and Cooking Soda, tor sr.-by JAMES 1!. S HELTON, au i'i Corner of Broad mid 4th sts. HAMS. —A prime article lor sale by JAMES E. SHELTO'N, au 2T> Corner of Broad and 4th sts. INFERIOR WHEAT.—We wish to pur- X c!me iO.it>;) busheio inferior WHEAT. au ii S. McGItUDER'S SONS. rriIOMASTON AM) WASHINGTON X LIME— 250 ticrc°s LIMK. for sale bv au 2~> KDWIN WORTH AM &: CO. | HHDS. SHOULDERS, just received per steamer Belvidere. for sale by au 24 JOHN WOMBLE !c CO. r BEANS. —A small lot for sale X by SAML. AYRES. au ~ j "V"EW FLOUR.—Family and Ex. brands, -L ' always on hand ana for sal? by au22 GEORGE I. HERRING. T OUISVILLE CTKED SHOULDERS. -1 .J 2> lilids., bright liaudsoaie, lauding and for h lie bv an 'it JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. HIRE, for the balance of tlie year, - a female SERVANT. JAMES B. SHELTON, an 21 corner of Broad and lib sts. I AI'AX TOiLETT SETTS, a very supe •' rior article, for sj.:e at JAS. I). B. EVANS', p.u 21 ! 17 West Main st. MATS—A very l;:;c assortment A oii baud, and for sale low an JAS. D. B. EVANS', an 21 117 West Main sf. "PLANISHED TIN DISH~COVERS, a X v rtine ait'cle. Also, a tine assorimeut ot AVAITERS, for sale at JAS. I), i!. EVANS', ail 21 117 West Main st. CHOPPER WIRE SIFTERS, for Tobacco J manufacture r>, for sale by C. J. SINTON i CO., au 21 S!gu of the Circular Saw, 71 Main »t-. 1> AGON AND LARD.—4OOO lbs. Family f BACON, very superior: prime Leaf LARD, in jiails and barrels. I n store ami for sale by au 21 P. WOOLFOLK, J a., 130 Broad st. 8 (JIiEST.S TEA, of various grades, from good to .very superior; prime Java ai.d Laguayra COFFEE, Received and for sale by au24 r. WOOLFOLK, Jr.. ISO Broad st. OIEL. CANDLES.—; 2."> boxes Hotel CANDLES, (No. 12.) for sale bv ELAM, SMITH & CO., au 2"> Cary street, adjoining Columbian Hotel. UKE CIDEK YiNFALVK—HI barrels pure Cider VINEGAR; for piekiing; for sale by the sallou or barrel, bv au 25 EL AM, SMITH k CO. Tmtv mills and other brands V_7 OK FLOUR, in whole and halt' lib's., for tale by JAMES 15. SHELTON, "au 25 Corner of 15road and 4th eta. AKI>. IN BUCIvETsTVEItY SUPE -111 Oil. Another lot just received, auci for sale by JAMES B. SHELTON, "au 25 Corner of Broad :id 4th sts. I?OR HIKE. —I Lave ibr hire lor tlie balance -ance of the year, a NEGRO MAN, which I 1 wish to hire to atteud to light work. Apj lv to ED. I). EACHO, Jin 2 J Gen'l. Agent and Collector. ; Ll) APPLE and PEACH BRANDY, lor Braiidyiup I'each^s. Cloves. Spice.-. Mace, Ginger, Pepper, Lc. Preserving Sugars. For sttie bv _aii24 i\ WOOLFOLK. .lit., lflO Broad Ft. IPOK HIKE, an able-bodied Negro MAN, Ibr the balance of the ytar. He has been accus tomed to driving. Apply to au 23 JOHN \V. WEIGHT. CMOKEI) BEEF, ]BEEF - TONGUES, k7 PICKLED HALIBUT, PICKLED CODFISH and SCOTCH HERRINGS, for sale by h»J3 R. M. BURTON. I ILY WHlTE.—Shawl's Spanish LILY -l-i \\ lIITE, for cleansing, whitening and beautify ing the skin. For sale by " A. BODEKER, au 2<i No. 10 Main street. I \ON S KATHAIIiON for the growth of the hair, to prevent its falling off and turning gray. A fresh supply just received and for sale by au 2> A. BODEKEK, lOMainst. IJACON —50 hhds. prime BACON SIDES J receiving and for sale bv anai—(if TINS LEV .V BRYANT. BOOKISINDEKY AND BLANK-BOOK MANI'FACTORY, at 121 Main street, has been in successful operation for fifteen years. All kinds of work, from the plainest to the most elaborate gild ing, done iu a style equal to any northern establish ment. and at moderate prices. au 23 J. AV. RANDOLPH. /JJ.KOUND SLICES, Ac—l'ure ground Vfl GINOER, PEPPER, PIMENTO, CLOVES, CINNAMON, white GINGER. Also, PEPPER, MACE, NCTMEGS, CLOVKS, CASSIA, for sale by PURCELL, LADD CO., Druggists, au 'J- Main sr., corutrHth. IVORY PEAIIL DENTIFRICE.— Th« A best preparation in use for cleansing the teeth, being entirely free from grit. an 26 E. J. PICOT Si. CO., Druggists. jj AMP AND MAC HINE OILS.—I cask -1-i winter strained Sperm OIL; 2 casks winter strained Solar OIL; 2 barrels rancid Sweet OIL. — Just received and for sale by au 2ti A. BODEKER, 10 Main st HEAD, LAKES, CRACKERS. &<•.. de livered morning and evening by wagons in any part of the city free of charge. Families will tind it to their interest to leave orders for such at WM. B ALCONEIt'S Bakery, 171 Main street. au 13 MACKEREL. — 12.) barrels largo and medium size No. 3 MACKEREL, receiving and lor sale by au 2G—6t TINSLEY & BRYANT. PLANES. — A complete assortment of very superior Bench and Moulding PLANES, ou hand and for sale low by C. J. SINTONi CO., an 26 Sign of foe Circular Saw. 71 Msiu st. ( ; ROUND COFFEE. Mason's BLACK " ING, MLSTARD, PEPPER and VINEGAR, u» store and for sale by x y WILLIAMS k BROTHER. Q OF ROSES. —75 ouuees Turkish . tu of for sale low to close consignment au 10— ti JOHN A. ROBINSON, j Corner Cary nud Va. streets. Y\ is now prepared to 1 CRACKERS°TIm ° i dtaU ' rB wil " CAKES. ; u, thehW« t, givHim a can 0f " UCh " ; PAISTED UUtKiTi - , ", i; p". UUKUMS. . WILLIAM EOOLESTON. INDIA RUBBER COMre! ■ reifiiKfl a J°t ° f Rubber Long and OreJ^ * al ° 16 Pearl .tieet. FOR BALE AND RENT. 1^0 li KENT—A mow brick' TENEMENT ? ea** ttrwst bfiposft* MlWil. foundry, at present occupied bv Mr_JAmns Lilly.— Tina i*"a targe .uidcrtnvnd*lit butldtw*, in C<*>« con dition, end sr ltetf to the comfort of a lnrgp family, or to be occupied as a bearding bou«e. 1 given in a tew day. an 20 Pearl street. rpHE subscriU'i'B art' to sell a J most desirable DWF.IiLIXG, on the north side ot Main atreet, between 3d nad 4;h Streets, having gc ,i mmodstionssufficient foralarge family. UODDIN fe APPERSON, nil ___ Aucls. rflM KENT OB SALE.—The ueu brick J tenement, situated on tb« corner of Franklin and Bth streets, r.ud now in the occupancy of Dr. Otis. This home contains every convenience for the accommodation of a large and genteel family, being roomy and supplied with city watur and gas! From it* very central and pleasant location, this property is peculiarly adapted for the use of a professional or bu siness man, ami will be either rented or sold on very accommodating terms. Apply to an 33-5t -IAS. M. TAYLOR. VALUABLE FA KM, <i MILES NORTH »Tir»°£ . I » U oHA t P NI> ' NKAR BROOK TURN- I IKK. rOH SALK.—Thesubtcribers art* authorised to iiplU desirably located fcunu, about U miles north o» Richmond, near the. Brook Turnpike, adjoining the residence of Major James Hill, containing 126 Acres. The place has been newly fettled—all the buildings having been erected within the lust twelve months. About halt the land is cleared, balance iu woods, some of which is original growth, and well timbered. The improvements consist of a most beautiful Cottage residence—having 5 rooms, besides Kitchen, Quarters, liarn, Stable, 4-c. Tiie place cun only be appreciated by an examination of it. Those, therefore, disposed to purchase such a place, will please call und examine the premise*. For terms, and further particular', apply to an 2"'—lit UODDIN L APPERSON. Moist valua b l e p k i v a t e DWELLING, ON GRACE AM) 7th STS., h OR SALE.—The subscribers are authorized to sell that most valuable private dwelling at the corner of Grace and 7th streets, now owned and occupied by J udje P. V. Daniel. The dwelling contains 16 rooms, of which 14 have fire places; besides larse brick kitchen, brick stable and carriage house, end indeed every accommodation for a large family. Nearly the whole purchase money ca:i remain ns a lien on the property for live years, upou condition that the in terest be paid half yoarly. Apply to an 2j—(it (iODl)IN it APPERSON. FOR KENT, a small frame HOUSE, eon taining a rooms tud a kitchen, North of St. James aud Baker streets, near the residencs of J. 13. Martin. Potsession can bt; had at once or in a few days. Ap ply to EDWD. D. EACIIO, au27 General Agent and Collector. OK RENT —A comfortable Brick House, on 2oth near I street. Church Hill, at present oc cupied by Thomas J. Starke. Possession given in a few da vs. Rent $132 per vear. Apply to COOK. Agent?, an 19 Pearl street. aooD medicines. —stableks V.T DIARRHCEA CORDIAL is a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agreement with the rules of Pharma cy, of therapeutic agents, long known and celebrated for their peculiar efficacy in curing DIARRHtEA and similar affections of the system. In its action, it allays nausea and produces a healthy condition of the LIVER, thus removing the cause at the same time that it cures the disease. STABLKII'S ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTO RANT is confidently recommended to invalids, as unsurpassed bv any known preparation, for the cure of COUGHS, HOARSENESS, and other forms of Common COLBS: BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CROUP, CONSUMPTION in an Early Stage, and for the RE LIEF of the Patient even in advanced Slagesof that Fatal Disease. it combines, in a scientific manner, remedies of long esteemed value, with others of more recen' dis covery; and besides its soothing and tontc quali ties, acts through the skin gt u.lv, and with great etfi caey. for the cure of this class of diseases. The valuable Medicines above named have recently been introduced, with the approval of a number of the Medical Profession 1:1 tiie city of Baltimore and elsewhere, and in practice have succeeded most admirably iu curing the diseases for which tliev are prescribed. They are otiered to the Country Praeti tiouer, as Medicines which he can in all respects ile peud upon, as prepared in agreement with the expe rienct of ;e:n • of the moat learned and judicious Physicians, and strictly in conformity with the rules of Pharmacy, aud as especially serving his conve nience, who cannot so readily R3 the City Physician have his own prescriptions compounded by a practical Pharmaceutist. See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be had gratis of all who have tiie Medicines for sale, containing re commendations fiom Doctors Martin, Baltzlll, Addison, Payne, Handy, Love, fee. Doctor S. 15. Martin s:iys, "I do not hesitate to recommend your Diarrhiea Cordial and Anodyne Cheery Expectorant," fee. Doctor John Addison' says: "It gives me much pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, in t'avor ot' the extraordinary kfiicacy of your Diaiikhcea Cordial, kc.-, and of the Expectorant, "1 h';ve no hesitation in recommending it as a uiott valuable medicine," Sic. Doct. R. A. Payne says he has used the Diarrhcea Cordial in his practice "with happiest effect, and thinks it one of the most convenient and efficient combinations ever ofered to our profession." Doctor L. D. Handy writes, "I have administered your Anodyne Expectorant ia several cases of Bronchial AlS'ection, with the most happy results, and from a knowledge of its admirable effects, I can, with the greatest confidence, recommend it." &c. Dcct. W. S. Love writes to us that he has admin isfered the Expectorant to his wife, who has had the Uronchitis for fourteen years, and that she is fast recovering from her long standing malady. It has in a few weeks done her more good than ail the remedies she has heretofore used under able medical counsel. Sixteen of the best Apothecaries and Pharmaceu tists iu the City of Baltimore, write, "We are satis fied the preparations known as Smbler's Anodvne Cherry Expectorant and Ste.bler's Diarrhiea Cordial, are medicines of great value, and very efficient for the relief and cure of the diseases for which thev are recommended; they bear the evidence of skilf and care in their preparation and style of putting up, and wp take pleasure in recommending them. Tiventy-seven of the most respectable Merchant*, residents of Maryland. Virginia and North Carolina, who have sold and also used these medicines them selves, ay, "From our own experience and that of our customers, we do confidently recommend them Pro Bono Publico. We have never known any reme dies used for which they are prescribed, to be so effi cient, and to give such entire satisfaction to all." The above notices of recommendation from mem bers of the Medical Faculty, Pharmaceutists of high s;auding, ami Merchants of the first respectability, should be sufficient to satisfy ail, that these medicines are worthy of trial by the afflicted and they are of a different stamp nnd'cluss from the "Qnackery" and "Cure Ails" so much imposed upon the public. For saie by Druggists, Apothecaries ana Country Storekeepers generally. E. H. STABLER & CO., Wholesale Druggit-ts, 120 Pratt St., Baltimore. For sale by Druggists g< nerally. PURCELL, LADD &. CO., jy 4—dlawtw6in Richmond, Agents. K. LAFONTAINIvS DOLI3LE DIS^ TILLED VEGETABLE EXI'RAC T—This preparation will effectually remove aud cure CORNS WARTS, MOLES, TETTER, SALT-RHEUM and R!NG-\VOItM. In ottering to the public this extra ordinary SALVE, we are aware of the many ditlieul ties we have to surmount, owing to many prepara tions heretofore introduced, pretending to effect that which they were never able to 6uslain. All we ask of any one is to try it in our presence, for three or ten minutes, and they will soon be satisfied with its hap pv results. 'This SALVE is quite safe, and almost miraculously destroys the unnatural growth ot fie all cu man or beast." Itviil cure any of the above named diseases in from to ten minutes; and being purely vege table, it will not act on any thins: eave unnatural or vitiated flesh. !t is needless to bring forward a long list of certiiicates, as a fair trial will satisfy the most incredulous. For sale by , R. R. DUVAL & BROTHER, an 27 No. 199. corner above the Bans?. ENUINE SALAMANDER SAFES — The eubsciitei is now receiving a full assort ment of "S. C. lie-rinn's Wilder'* Patent SALA MANDER SAFES." (None others are genuine but those made by Herring.) His SAFES hu\ e stood the test of a thousand tires, took the premium at tue World's Fair, and will take it every where. The sabscriber being Agent for the State of Virginia, is prepared to have them manufactured to order, of any size, from ©Kto BloUl. All merchants, brokers, banks and momed men should have a Herring'# I ateut SALAMAN DER SAFE. Call at 13fi Cmry street, and make a selection. R. McCANDLI.SH, Jr., jv 7 lJu Cary street. TRUSTEES' NOTICE.—PeI-sons indebt ed to CHARLES Baker are hereby notitkd that he has conveyed to us, as Trustees l'or the bentnt of his creditors,"(among other things) all debts due tc him of everv kind and description. Persons indebted to him will therefore tni.ke paytm nt to uf. or £ o our agents. WATSON k HUGHES, au IS—eo:\2\r 7 e j i REENE & HEATH, COMMISSION 1 MERCHANTS, San Frar> :.-co, California, v.ill attend to shipments of Flour, Tobacco a' l ' Merchan dize generally. Prompt return , will be mtdi'. Rcler to Messrs. A, i. A. Lawrence Si Co, Boston; Ail;u Si Pax son, Pirrttsou, Adams k Co., Muitland, Phslpe St Co., New York; Courtney, Cushii «; Si Co., llaltiiaon : Edwomi. Davenport k Co., Davenport, Allen & Co., Richmond. mi I. —eou'.ri ICORICE. —J~ cases Sagford's very eu uerior Mass LICORICE, receiving and for sale by p JOHN A. ROBINSON, au 10—1» Corner Cary and Va. slreets. Licorice sticks.—yo cases superior F. O. Stick LICORICE, now in store, for sale. JOHN A. ROBINSON, au IC—ta Corner Cary and Va. street*. CI'ICES OF ALL KINDS—For sale by au 25 ELAM, SMITH k CO. miscellaneous. VU'LENDID PIANO FOKTEb.—J. A. MitKi/Vl* b«* j u *t reei-ivenfrom tb» «eicbraied manuihctorlrs of ifesdis. Kuan's fe Co.,.o>Hh ri t Co., and l!*rn«, a number of their ekgant toned I'IANOS, with ajli the modem Improvement#—-end as they cr<mr from maniiikcUrern who ttand uu rival led. their torn? atiif durability cannot ho aurpaaaed—which he will sell low. He klao haanuband a large lot of FURNITURE of his ovfu manufacture, made ot" Rosewoed, Walnut, Or.k a'.'.d Slthciitj aide up iu the best style; and for wftrkmanahip eaimat b'< aurpam d in tumor the Northern markets, betog ail made by hand and not by machinery. UNDERTAKING—He still keep* on hand a latje lot of COFFINS, and wM*ire his individual atten tion to all crderg letl at Lia W&reLcicao, *'u«ro he can always be found. gp 2-i—<lfect* J. A. BELVtN. Governor at. JAMES WOODHOUSSETS, late Na*h &, Woodhomi'g, PIANO FORTE Ware Rooms. Ea gle Square, Richmond, Ve.—The subscriber lias tor sale, at bis Ware Rooms. above hi« Bookstore, an as sortment of PIANO FORTES as extensive a* can he seen at any other establishment of the kind in the Union. In order to keep up this variety he is constantly sup plied from three of the largest, n out reliable and dis tinguished manufactories in the United States, viz : A. STODART fe CO, J. B. DUNHAM and J. CHICKEKINU. Instruments of these makers can be furnished at 8225, 2M), 27.5, SCO, a? 0, 375. 400, *50, 500, up to $fjOO.— Com prising an assortment from the lowest priced good instrument made to ihs richest and most elegant. The diiitreuce in finish and number of octaves con stitutes mostly the variation iu prices. All instruments fron the above makers have their name upun them ard are warranted perfect in tone, touch, workmanship and durability. The subscriber pledges himself to exchange or take back any PIANO sold by him, which may prove otherwise than good. Orders from the country promptly and faithfully executed, and packed securely to go any distance without injury. The subscriber has cow forsale several second-hand PIANO FORTES. OLD PIANOS taken in part payment for new ones, PIANOS tuned and repaired. an 9 TtfL'NKS & CLAKK'S PIANOS.—P. H. i.l TAYLOR, sole agent in this city for the sale of PIANO FORTES made by the above named celebra ted makers, is constantly receiving elegant and plain PIANOS from their extensive and long established manufactory. Their instruments received a prize at the "World's Fair, London, and several prizes at the American Institute Fairs in this country." They combine all the modern improvements with the METALLIC frame and patent OVER STRINGS, and are confi dently recommended for sweetness of tone end great durability, which latter quality will be appreciated in the country, where good tuners are seldom found. P. 11. TAYLOR has sold these instruments in this city for the last seventeen years, to the entire satis faction of his numerous customers. Tiie public are cautioned to observe that the title of the iirm is NcNNS-fe Clark. Old Pianos taken in part pay for new one*. Guitars, Violins, Accordrons end Flutes. Also, Gui tar and Violin Strings of the best quality. P. H. T. has in store the largest stock of new and standard Music to be found south of Baltimore, and is in the weekly receipt of all the new and fashionable music of the day. A liberal discount made to schools and dealers. PIANO AND MUSIC STORE, au 1 160 Main street. /lED Al£ T A K—C UN SV M P TION V_V CURED.—The most successful remedy now in use for the cure of Incipient Consumption, Bronchi tis, Asthma. Coughs, bore Throat, diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. King's Evil, Tetter, Dyspepsia, fee. prepared by" Mrs. B. B. Norris, 313 Ealtuuore street, Baltimore. Persons afflicted with any cf the above diseases, who may doubt the efficacy of the Cedar Tar, are re quested to call on the Agent, who will produce nu merous testimonials of its great healing power from private citizens, and a number of the medical faculty. The medicine is yet in its infancy, and is destined to supercede all others iu the cure of diseases ibr which it is recommended. Call and get Pamphlets containing certificates. Beware of counterfeits. The genuine article is for sale by P. MORTON KEACH, 91 Main street, Sole Agrit for Richmond, and an 17 _ General Agent for Eastern Virginia. K. JOHN H. WILLIAMS is this day admitted as a partner in onr firms. COOKE BROTHERS fc CO., . San Francisco. JOSEPH J. COOKE fe CO.; New \ ork. San Francisco, July Ist. IS'S. au 18—lm. COOKE ISKOIHEKS & CO., GEN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Fran cisco. Joseph J. Cooke & CO., No. 13, Greenwich street, New York. Agents for the purchase and shipment of -MER CHANDISE for the California and Oregon Markets. JOSEPH J. COOKE. GEO. LEWIS COOKE. JOHN H. WILLIAMS. au 13—3 m T 11. COGHILL & CO. WHOLE *J • SAI.E DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, EIRE-PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE, SAN FRAN CISCO, CALIFORNIA. Refers to Mr. James Thomas, Jr., Richmond, Va.; Messrs. Purcell, Ladd it Co. Richmond; Messrs. Bar ling, McKer &. Co. and Mr. J. S. Eastman, Baltimore; C. A. Meigs, Esq. Cashier American Exchange Bank, New York; Messrs. Ross, Falconer, 1(11 Pearl Street, New York; Messrs. Page, Bacon Sc Co. Bankers, Sun Francisco; Beverly C. banders, Esq. late Collector of Customs, San Francisco. je I—3m J. H . COGHILL. WM. N. COGHILL. A. J. COGHILL. /IJS. "luck, stock Xndlland WARRANT AGENCY, GOVERNOR ST. STOCKS bought and sold on Commission. The highest price paid for LAND WARRANTS. GOLD AND SILVER WANTED. ["#** Prize Tickets in all Lotteries sold in Lotteries under the management of R. France & Co. will be promptly paid by me, and all inquiries relative to the business of R. France k Co. addressed to them at Richmond, will meet with prompt attention. my 2 C. B. LUCK. M MARTIN SMITH, STOCK, LAND • WARRANT AND GENERAL AGENCY, Oflice 14th street, old stand for many years occupied by John M. Clarke as a Lottery Office. The highest market prices paid for old Virginia Military Land War rants and Land Warrants under the act ot September 28, 1850. 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 or ders faithfully and confidentially executed by address ing, post paid. 51. MARTIN SMITH, General Agent, mv 31—d3m Clarke's old stand, 14th st. GENCY FOR CLAIMS.—ABEL U. MAYO, having been engaged as a Clerk in the Pension Office for nearly three years, is thoroughly acquainted with the manner of prosecuting success fully CLAIMS to revolutionary and other pensions, and to BOUNTY LAND under the various Acts of Congress and will attend to any business of that kind which mav be entrusted to him. He will also p«ose cure CLAIMS of every description before Congress arid the several Departments at Washington. His charges will be reasonable. Any reference given that may be desired. Office on 13th or Governor street, next to P. SI. Tabb Sc Son, Richmond, Va. au 9— lm IKE, LIFE AND MARINE INSU RANCE.—The Richmond Fire Association are now prepared to issue policies of Insurance on the above description of risks on as reasonable terms os any similar company, and respectfully ask a share of the patronage ot the public. Applications will be re ceived at the office, No. 223, corner of Main and 9th streets, where the others will cheerfully furnish all information that may be required. All losses prompt ly and liberally adjusted" J JAMES BOSHER, President. John 11. Cosher, Secretary. mh 17 AYO <fc NOTTS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. wi'.l practice in the Courts of Rich mond. and the counties of Henrico and Hanover. f»- Office on 13th or Governor street, next door to P. M. Tabb it Son. BEVERLEY B. BOTTS, au 9—lm ABEL 17. MA^O. SAMUEL AY RES, Commission Mill et? ant, Richmond, Va.—Particular and personal attention paid to the sale of a.l kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, to forwarding and filling orders. Office, opposite Columbian Hote?« au M—tg /CARRIAGES, CAR RIAGES. \j The subscriber has on hand, at his Coach making establishment, on Lombard Alley, between Main and C-'iry, (13tli and 11th streets,) near the Columbian Ho tel, "Coaches, Cliariottecs, Barouches, Buggies with acu without tops, and Sulkies, all of his own make of the beet materials and workmanship—all of which will he sold as low as good work of the kind can be in the city of Richmond; and respectfully asks a call from those in want of any artiele in the Carriage line, as I am determined to make to order and sell at the low est prices possible; and all work scld, tLat is new, warrantf <1. ap 4—do in MICAJAH MANOUM. \~EW LINE OF COACHES FROM T° THE HOT AND WHITE SULPHUR SPRlNGS.—Visitors to the Virginia Springs, and the public genetallv, am informed that r w . Jl' 1 "" 1 " 1 Coaches of the HOT SPRINGS LINE, which will be run tri-weekiy during the t-priiiw season, will leave Staunton and the White i''i? nr J or the Uot s P r '"K«. eve it Monday, Wedue#- 8 ' * t'day, and will leave the Hot Springs foT those places oti the alternate davi Tb.- mjh' stand mm feU inton and the Wiiite suiuhur, win uti at nc Hot apnngs. Passengers will bo conveyed speedily, comfortably, and without night travel. Fare from Staunton to the White Sulphur, <5 .■><)•, to the Hot and Warm Springs, each ©J £0; to the Bath and Alum, $3. Au extra Coach will be kept at the Hot Springs. Those who wish to take this line will re member to pav through on the Central line only to Staunton. For seats apply at Woodward's Hotel, In Staunton. TH. GOODE. Hot Springs, Jul; 13,1853. jy it—2m WAT CHE 3 AND JEWELHY. (;RE AT BAKU Ai N LAN LL OB (•v uoobs, AT ELIAti Jf». iV, MAIN STRliE'i.—On hand audi receiving almost daily, by Kteaiiter *nd Expr«s/, a large anortiscat of Otilil and SHvtr Watchta from the moat c -lsbrated manufactu rer*. nf every variety aud kind, wurrauted to perform well; Oojd rub, Breast and Guard Chairs: Gold Ear and Fhiger Rings, a great variety new »tyle§ and pat terns; Bracelet*, Breast Pins, Pena and Pencil*, Thimbles, £eya, fee. Aiao, a large assortment of low priced Jewelry, suitable for the country trade. The assortment of Gold and Plated Jewelry is more ex tensive than at auy store In the country, comprising a stock from upwards of thirty different manufacturers, and for sale at their prices; Silver Ware, a large es aortment. Also, Plated Ware, consisting of Tea Seta, Mustard P»ta, Salt Cups, Spoons, Forkf, Ladles, Sugar Tongs, fee. Also, a large assortment of Hair, Cloth, Tooth aud Nail Brushes, Fancy Boxes, Soaps, Oils, Cologne, Knives, Scissors, Razors, Combs. Buttons, Plus. Needles and Thread, with an extensive assort ment of small wares in the line, too numerous to mention, for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, as low as can be bought in any of the northern cities, or frotn the manufacturers direct. ELIAS HALE, Importer and Manufacturers' Agent, , my 2t—ts 106 Main street. rpHE CHEAPEST WHOLESALE AND JL RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT OF GOLD WATCHES AND GUNS IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND.—HENRY HYMAN, of 90 Main sr., Richmond, Ve.—the only direct importer of Watches to thin city, and also direct importer of double and single barrel Guns, hps just received from Europe, di rect, another lot of splendid Gold Watches, ano some very superior double and single barrel Guns, which I will self as low as any Northern Importer in the Uni ted Slates. Country merchants will do well to ex amine my stock before going North, aud also before purchasing elsewhere, at the Cheap Cash Store of HENIIY HYMAN, 96 Main street, The onlv direct Importer of Watches, and Direct Importer of Guns to this City. N. B.—Just received, direct from the manufacturer, a few more of the latest patent double barrel Guns, which have given such general satisfaction; call sportsmen, and examine them. Also, a large lot of the beat English Caps, Shot Belts, fee. o pii;it rappers.— Oh! have you not heard the news from ths South, It's not for the eyes, the nose, or the mouth: The truth it will out, and shall while I'm able, Of sounds that keep knocking on a common pine table. Six young men. all seated each with a request. To know each their fortune, and whose was the best; One ask'd if a lady, who, with love he did burn, But the table would not knock, and it gave him a turn. All silence and attention, he look'd at the door, When the table came rolling and tum'don the floor; All look'd with dismay, for indeed I'm not joking, Or on the poor Rappers, my fun I'm not poking. One thing that I ask'd them, at that I did stare, That if niv Watch it should stop, who could it repair; Opposite the Dispatch, with its posts painted blue, You'd find the best place, at BAIi-THO-LO-MEW'S. \V. J. BARTHOLOMEW, Watch Maker, fee., an 11 Opposite the Dispatch Office. Dentistry. rjnilE comfort with which ARTIFICIAL A TÐ are now worn, and their filling all the purposes for which they are inserted, is calculated to renner many persona, too indifferent to the diseased condition of'thtir mouths, and consequent loss of the natural teeth, under the consolation, when the teeth are gone, they can bo replaced by prettier ones than those nature nad furnished. To all such I would say, that Artificial Teeth are well enough after the natural teeth are lost; bwt that should be the last resort, as the mouth can be made healthy and kept so through a long life, by ju dicious Dental operations cu the natural teeth und gums, with far let's inconvenience, pain or expense to Latients. R. P. ALDINGTON, (Graduate) Dentist, au 23 Ofrlce one door from 10th on Main street. A - KTIFICIAL teeth—great and IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT.—The under signed have purchased the right to use Dr. ALLEN'S PATENT IMPROVEMENT iu the mode of insert ing ARTIFICIAL TEETH, which is one of the greatest and important inventions ever made in this branch of the Dentist's art. The improvement consists in the employment of a metal superior to gold in purity, and in the complete union of all the teeth by a silicious compound, which at the same time forms the most beautiful and natu ral looking gum, and filling up all crevices and irregu larities, and rendering it impossible for the teeth to become unpleasant to the wearer by the accumula tion of particles of food or other substances between them. No other mode of mounting artificial teeth i« comparable to this in any respect. Persons wearing teeth (inserted in the ordinary way, aud not giving satisfaction,) are invited to Irj this invention, which they can do at but little addi tional cost. We shall be pleased to show specimens of this kind of work to any persons who will call at our office, whether they want artificial teeth or not. WAYT fe MAHONY, Dentists, my 17—dfewts Offioe. 209 Main street. BOOTS, SHOBS, HATS, &c. THE LADIES.—Just received a lot A of very fine GAITER BOOTS, of various kinds - Tan colored, with heels. " " without " Black " with " " " without " " thick sole " " " fox'd " " " " " thin sale, without heel<i. au 24 PEMBERTON k BRO. GOODS.— I have just returned i* from the North, where I have selected with great care, the largest and heat assortment of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALICES. CARPET BAGS, &c., that has ever been oilered for sale on this or the oth er side of the Potomac. low. ALEX. HILL, Bit 16 No. 127 Main street. A DIES' TAN COLORED GAITER BOOTS, at 81..50 per pair.—Juafc received an as aortmeut of Ladies' tan colored GAITER IJOOTS, with and without tips, which I am selling at 81.50 a pair. Call soon at ALEX. HILL'S Ladies' and Gentlemens* Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, No. 127, Main street. au 10 1,1 ALL FASHION OF IIATS AND CAPS.—I am in receipt of the Fall fashions of gentlemen's HATS and CAPS, to which I invite the attention of the public, au 13 JOHN THOMPSON. Boots, shoes, trunks, &c.—iam now receiving my Fall Btock of BOOTS. SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET-BAGS and VALISES, from the most celebrated manufacturers in all the Northern cities. Please call and examine. an 18 JOHN THOMPSON. TRUNKS. —Another supply JL of TRL T NK3 just received, embracing every size, quality and price, among which are soim* very superior iron- framed, all of which will be sold very cheap at \Y£I. WALSH'S, j No. 43 Main street, below City Hotel, opposite au23 side. I ADIES' SUITERS AN I) TIES. —,Just -l-i received, a beautiful lot, and for sale at only 61 00, at No. 43, sign of the Boot. \VM. WALSH, Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bar*, Va au 23 lices, k.c. HATS AND BOOTS.—From fifteen to twenty ner cent saved by burin g from J. H. ANTHONY, Columbian Hotel Building, Richmond. Moleskin HATS, of best quality ijy 50 Do do second do 3 00 Drab Beaver 3 50 Fashionable SILK HATS 2 50 Fine calfskin sewed BOOTS, 3 50 Congress Gaiter BOOTS j 25 Opinion of the Press.—(From the Fincastle De mocrat, April 1, 1853.)—"8y the way, we would say a word for our friend, John H. Antlionv, Columbian Hotel Building, to those going to Richmond, ai:d wai ting, on landing there, to brush up a little. Just think of the finest kind of a IIAT for 50, and tine calfskin eewed BOOTS for 63 50. He promises to do this, and we know hecaa, for we saw liim dj it. AO Ali D.—GENTLEMEN S DRESS GOODS.—We respectfully invite Gentlemen in want of handsome and durable DRESS HOOTS, GAITERS, ic., to call aud examine our large and varied assortment of articles in that line. We have been at great pains to select the most tasteful and choicest Gi:t>d», and have had made express!v to our order various styles and pattern* ot gentlemen's DEESS BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, that we are confident will be approved by those who wish something at once useful and beautiful. Please give us a call at our large and convenient store, where may be found the most complete assort ment of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS aud CARPET BAGS, to be found at any one plac« in Virginia. WHITE k PAGE, 73 Main street, 1 V 3 doers below ITpoiey's Hat Store.' ~~WOOP AMB COAL. YVOOD FOR SALE. —The Kubscriber * » having a large quantity pf WOOD to dispoae of, has found it convenient to Uko a jaid for that p mouse. lii* yard is on Broad street, opposite Brooke Ave nue. Orders for WOOD may be left at the stores of G. O. Herring, Esq., Me«*re. Keeye i. lllair, James I!. Shelton, or at the yard, wliicli will meet with prompt aiui ti >i;. He has on hand about 7PO tord superior seasoned OAK WOOD, which he will sell at the market price, ja Ift—t* JOHN F. KEKVjE. HOM(EOrATHIC~CIIOCOLiri~fc The subscriber ha* just received from the mate uf'acturera, a consignment of Horaieopaihic CHOCO LATE. This is au article at once nutritious aud pala table, and is peculiariy adapted to children suffering with Summer complaint The subscriber haa him self tried it, aud Knows that fur invalids or sick chil dren no wore suitable ax title cms b» obtained. For sal« low at JAS.D. R EVANS*, auH il? West Main si. RAILROADS, STEAMBOATS, Ac. LIN^ Ebtt'lfcs g^«i Ilr . W|te liAp.N.Capt. CWM E. « ? re.itt'.d atd unproved in trt.-rt T t~ *ct, i. now on the tout* between .Itimore, once weekly. ™ * ua pMK*g«r<l Wthi.Mrw.blß and eeenonik.l 1W r 2" ftl * ula0 _ ud J>y tk >« morula# train on Mmmlm of e?.ch week, at 7 o'clock, A. M., sod Tt tw tw-re in the course of the night, fMMri* fc* mid. trfght, tfeos> rncnnoß a cw:nef!m, w>:h the d:rt.~r"« lines out of Baltimore the foUowit* wonifaig, ; tt direction. Returning, pansenger* will 1-ave J more on the afternoon ,!f Welnesd.v week atSj o c.ock, P. M., and connect at (if Creek on th« followisa morning with the train «f the RiefonotWT Frederick»tter* sad Potomac Railroad Cmdimm whkl> arrives la Richmond on Tha.-jwaj, »t 3 'Tffrtt) Fare !n either direction, fsj forward cabin caom. gers meal.,) $4 .50. Fi«e»- f , a ™ .f or . cja« pawenxw* between Rsitimor® by thpN pw CMti " ■»« Krsnchtow, ..lie, g2 50. tor second c!t» do. #1 50. Making th-. whole fare from Richmond to Philadelphia br tS, agreeable line, *7 a 0 only for fir.t chu, pmeßgeiZ and 8G for second clew do. B For farther particnlars, or through ticket., apply at «l»s c v? Richmond, Fredoxickfburz aria iPota mac Ranrcad Company. J. B. WINSTON, Ticket Atent Office R. K. k P. It. R. Company. ( ? Richmond, March 29. 18W. " J ffi j, 29 IRGINIA ('KM KAL liAILRUAD — SIMMER ARRANGEMENT.—Visitor* to the Springs may expect more comfort by this route than ever before; end if the coat of meals is considered, no other ronte offers lower fare. The road i. open to the base of theßlue Ridge, and the rai'» now being laid between Waynesborough and Stauuten, it will be ia speration this season. The Stage line is under the management of J. L. Heieieil, .0 well known to the pnblic. Cue leave Richmond daily at UJ A. M., and tho Western terminus of the Railroad at IH A. M. daily connection. To Rockbridge Alum Springs, (are 87 50 White Sulphur, passing the A'.um, Warm and Hot Springs ~l# 50 Bath Alum g 25 Warm Spring. 8 50 Hot Springs 8 50 Lexington 7 «0 Steuuton 5 (X) Culpeper C. H 4 50 Our STAGES arrive in Staunton at 2 o'clock P. M., and leave next morning bv EXPRESS LINE, at 5 A. M.—spend the night at Woodward's Jackson River Hotel, and reach the White Sulphur at 10 A. M. ac cent! day from Staunton. Chartered Coaches to travel as the party wishen, can be engaged at Richmond on the following terms- The inside of the coach can be secured it 9 stats are paid for. If 10 seats are paid for, it secure, oil the seuts outside and inside; with the privilege of carry ing the allowed baggage for the number of passen gers paid for. For the farther comfort of passengers, we .hall run an accommodation line of Coaches which will leave Staunton after breakfast, stop for the night at the Bath Alum Jor Warm Springs, as they cesire, and reach the White Sulphur next evening; guaranteeing that there shall he no night travel. We will also keep at the VJ'ar.n and Hot Springs each, a coach to accommodate visitors goir.g \\ est or East, who nmv not tind seats in the regular line. WM. P. FARISH k CO., hv.l. L. Heisk :11. Agent. TRI-WEEKLY CONNECTION. To Lynchburg, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frideyru suing up; fare Si .0 Ser\anis travelling without their musters, must leave a pass with the Ticket Agent, and also shew another to the Conductor. Aii extra charge will be made if passengers do not obtain tickets. K. 11. GILL. Sup't Transportation. Washington passengers mr.y go by the Junction ana reach that city in 21 liburs from Staunton, taking the night train of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company. je 17 F- 11. GILL, Sup't. TT'KOil FETEKSBUBQ AND EICH A JiOND TO THE WHITE SULPHUR STRINGS THROUGH IN TWO DAYS.-The Virginia enu Tennessee Railroad Company now present the or.iek est, safest and cheapest route, u ith increased facili ties never before ottered by any line to the travelling public visiting the Virginia Springs. Passengers leaving Richmond daily at fi o'clock, P. M. (Sundays excepted) by Messrs. Boyd, Edmond A: C'o.'s line of Packets with experienced command ers—or the next morning at 7 o'clock, by the Danville Railroad, meeting passengers leaving Petersburg at 7 o'clock, A. M., the same morning at the junction of the Southside Railroad, will proceed to Rice's Station, whare they will tied a line of new and superior Troy Coaches, rine horses and experienced driveis, in readi ness to convey them with the most possible dispatch, will reach Lynchburg early ill the evening, in time to have a good night's rest and take the Cars of the Vir ginia and Tennessee Railroad at 7 o'clock, A. AC., next morning to Bonsack's, a distance of 17 miles, in two hours, in connection with parish 4. Co.'sold established ine of Stages so well known to the travelling public for their safety and dispatch, well supplied Willi new Coaches, excellent horses, accommodating agents and drivers ready to convey them to the Mountain House to supper, and after a comfortable night's ri st to tha White Sulphur Springs before 10 o'clock next morn ing, the second day after leaving Lynchbnrs. Returning, passengers will leave the White Sul phur Springs at 3 o'clock, P. M. daily, (Sundays ex cepted! Red Sweet and Sweet Springs atfi o'clock, P. M. and arrive at the Mountain House to supper, leaving next morning at day light, breakfast at Scott's, arrive at Bonsttck's at -1J o'clock, P. M.—cr.d Lynch burg at 6} P. M. leave Lynchburg same evening by I'acket at S o'clock, P. M. for Richmond, arriving th« second morning, at -I o'clock. A. M.—or by Stages at 12J A. M.—or from 2to 4 o'clock in the morning, and Southside Railroad to Petersburg and Danville Rail road to Richmond, arriving same evening at 5 o'clock. RATES OP FARE FROM RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG. By Boyd k Edmond's Packets, from Richmond and Virginia and Tennessee Railroad to White Sulphur Springs $9 (V) To Sweet Springs 8 00 I By Danville Railroad from Richmond and Southside Railroad from Petersburg and Stages to Virginia and Tennessee Railroad to White SuiphurSprings- 10 50 » To Sweet Springs 9 50 THOMAS SHARP, jy It—tf Sup't Traus. Va. & Tenu. R. R. SPECIAL NOTICE.—X E W YOR K KJ AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.— ►Specie, Gold, Silver, Bullion, Jewelry, Precious Stones, Metals or V aluable Articles of any kind will not be received en board of either of the Company's Ships, viz: the Jamestown or tlie RonnoJce, ex cept by special agreement with The Agent# or the Pur sers of the Ships; nor will the Company lie responsi ble for such article*, unless bills of lading are granted therefor, and the value therein stated. LLIJLAM L WATSON, 25 Agents. __ (JUPON liOms FOB .SALE—2O,OOO DOLLARS VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD MORTGAGED SIX PER CENT. BONDS, INTEREST AM) PRINCIPAL PAYA BLE IN NEW \ OHK, AND CONVERTIBLE IN TO STOCK OF THE COMPANY, AT THE PLEASURE OK THE HOLDER. AT ANY TIME TILL THE 3 Ist DAY OK DECEMBER, 1859. These Bonds are in sums of IfXO each, irredeema ble for 2(1 years, and are a part of the loan of one mil lion five hundred thousand dollars, authorized by the Legislature at its last session. One million of which was taken by the State, and the whole amply secured by a deed of trust on the entire road and property of the Company, for the punctual paymeut of the inter est, and the ultimate redemption of the Bonds. This loan, together with their original Capital of Three Million, will be eipended on trie road. The road will extend from Lynchburg to the Ten nessee line, a distance of 205 mites, where it will con nect with other similar improvements extending t» Memphis, on the Mississippi riverj thereby affurding, when the Southside and Petersburg and Norfolk Rail reads are completed, a eontirun.us communication from Norfolk, Petersburg a-d Richmond, to Memphis. It passes throusth that portion of our State remarka ble for its fertility, its agricultural and mineral pro ductions, and from the large and increasing business which it already commands, the friends o! the road are sanguine that it will certainly pay 8 per cent, il not more. The whole work is under contract, and will be completed by the Ist of January, 1355. A copy of the mortgage can te seen at our < fiice, end •ny information in regard to the Bonds, ran be bad oa application to PURCELL it CO., f jy IB—2m Richmond. ( Nf|j| EXA.MKI.KI) (iiv'ATEiS AND FENDERS, FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES. — The *üb:<ariber has for sale the largest stock of GRATES and FENDERS ever before offer ed for sale in this city, of his out manufacture. The Grates embrace all the various kiinis and ratten;*, such as square topped Gothic. LiptK", Circle; itc.; wlta beautiful rotaidlng Kenderr, summer piece*, Ste., to match. Orders for Grates, Fender', 4.C., from town and country punctually attended to and carefully packed. MerchajiU purchasing to reil again wiii to supplied at the lowest Northern prices, \.nh the ususl discounts oti for cash by wholesale. Apply nt Bell and Brass Foundry on Main, betwet;: trh and 9tk streets, Richmoi.d, Virginia. SAMUEL D. BENOON. ALSO—FOR RENT, the House recently occupied bv Mrs. Qaarles, on Main, between Adatns and r'o*- sfi-e streets. Terms Duxi-ruto to a good tenant.— ' Possession given immediately. , tj ll—2in* S. D. D. RUMMER BOARDING —The subscribec O rltuated at Mecbtwu'f river, the p«»t*ut tormina* of thr Virginia Central Kailro&d, lii»» acr cnu»».d*tlcca tor twenty or thirty boarder], Hi» bourn-, W.< and furniture are entirely u"w, h!» rooms well art* entirely new; hU room# well ventilated. the »'ir r.:us<Unjt country healthy and delightful. Every ex ertion will be made to rentier his iiue«l» cemflrfafcle. Term* moderate, aud icade kouwo'^yyH|wi«^ Mechvu River, May 23th, 1853, ijjV 2'—dtf STORAGE, bTORAUK—-The subueritH-i* C having rented the ca*torn heute Lt'MUEH MOUSE. on 15th ttreet, in rear ot' our An«iun < oniin'nt*i<>u Store, are prepared to receive ait sad e\ ery kind of Uooda on storage, ajid on r<.»«i_cnblft t«mi». I »*uranee can be ettected at the loweat rutes, " the building i* tire proof. Every attention wUI be raid to the reception and delivery of ill good* efi trnited to ue. »y a6-t« alexakder nott t co.