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ITVtkst mail news.
ibeival of the europa.
vF _ wKKK LATER FROM EUROPE.
.v. oq —Thi' steamer F.»ropa arrived
: bringing Liverpool dates of the
an wn IMk Tht Ku
v,-*iSB passenger*. -
gkvkral
"■•(.-a! n p «*s wholly unimp irtant. The
>a ' .-i.w was unchanged and everything
' V 'v ,'late'to the sth ult had been receive.!.
v-it niaierwllyehangvd. Flour command
- r ton. Xa.vne news favorable.
" " ' makkft^.
\ u . -vi—The Cotton market contin-
Fair oaal'ti'* are * shade lower and lower
* ' . itr o' l-16d.a1-£l. per bbl. The
->'e wee* have bee* 39,(KK) bales, of which
•* ' s ami exporters took 5.820
- u .-Hiion- hit Fair Orleans 7d., Mid
-I.' Fair Molile and Upland 6 3-4 d„ Mill-
J. v.-,.' i«l Mi.idling Upland 5 7-Sd. Stock
I* - were in active speculative ilerr.and at
~ ,'m fil. per bushel iii Whcut. and W a I*.
\ •*"' "in Flour. Canal Floor 37a27«. (VI.. Phfln
, jiairimore aoil Ohio3d. White Wheat
1 Red Ts.aTs. «*l. Corn unchanged.
" a 3>. Yellow 3!#. The demand yesterday
: i a s i:ht abatement
, . n'—Beel U firm at stiffer rates. Pork
- • • trm. Bacon unchanged. Lard trm and
» V . uti*arda; silos at 575. 9d.a39i. perewt.
had siijfctly advanced.
. irjvntine there was nothing doing; Spirits
4 - wf: common Ro»i:t 4*®. 4d.a4s. 6d.
~f i-JO tierces Carolina Rice at 25e. Tea,
- and Coffee unchangctl.
- r ..ic a: Manchester hail flighrly declined.
LONDON" MONEY MARKET.
for money an 1 account closed at 96 l-Bc.a
- .4. Tfcere was tucreasisi prefssre on the money
t *.••„ American sc. unties unchanged.
ItAVHK JtARKKT.
jia-'i. >uir. 16. —Sales ol cotton for the week
~, - Stot k 10.",0iJ0 bale*. Sales to-day 250
: iCe* ut slightly lower rate*.
y.rrh :-tufl—Very active at firm price. Rice un-
THE GAVAZZI RIOT.—ARREST OF THE
MAYOR OF MONTREAL.
A .Jf-:.at:-h from Montreal, «ta;ei that on Satur.
: ,t ti.<■ Mayor of that ci'y, Mr. Char'ea Wilson,
k.:,s arreete 1 on the charge of murder on the 9th
J .ne. attiie dmazii ri_>t. He was held to bail in
the sum of t-'.OO) to appear on the 14th Oct. Three
.-. (•ors of the 9th June, have been also arrested.—
Their names are (larre'.t 'Parry. C Rrouiliet, and M.
Mo?' - Ti;e last namtii is 2d assistant engineer of
ti,' ire department. These arrests are the result of
..crM'.ering efforts of the Vigilance Committee.
Deeadfcl Riot at Niagara.—A great riot took
f a* eat Niagara Sunday last A negro waiseT cm
p. yed at the Cataract House, named Watson, was
a-ri-ted on the charge of having killeJ a man at
Savannah, named Jones, three years ago. A mob
o! W negroes ro-scurd Wotson from tire-ufficers,
w'.ien she latter called 'SOD Irishmen employed on
the Itailroad, to their asei-t&nce. A terrible conflict
ensueil. in which many were injured, but the ne
gror-i were finally routed and Watson secured.—
Hi- i- now in Huffalo, on his way to Baltimore. Thu
lczryv thought that Watsan was arrested us a fu
gitive slave.
The Fevkr in New Orleans.—From the fol
lowing despatch it will be seen that the fever had
abated considerably on the 27th. We are glad to
sot- that Mr. Holbeook, of the Picayune, was con
• ile-ccut It was an act somewhat akin to heroism,
j. .r him to return to New Orleans as he d:d in the
L'iiiiit of the epidemic :
\tir OrUans, August 27.—The official report of
the Board oi Health, ending this morning at 6
o'clock, exhibits the to*«! number of deaths to be
>;■.£ for the week, including 11104 from lever, and
;<•) unknown. This, compared with the report ot
tl ■ previous week, showsan increase of 94 on the
fit il number, and 62 by the fever. The increase
was mainly in the early part ot the week, until
Thursday, when the deaths commenced falling off,
lvimi has continued so until the present time.—
•*-'hon!d the epidemic, therefore, not exceed the past
few days, the report of the coming week will show
a still greater foiling off. probably of several hun
dred.
Col. A. M. Holbrook, of tlie Picayune, who ha<l
been iil with the fever, ]am elad totay has been
pronounced convalescent. lie expects to be out
next week.
j'BESIDS.VT PIE&CE AND THE PACIFIC RAIL,
koad.—Somebody writing letters from Washington
to the New York Freeman's Journal, makes the fol
lowing statement, to which the New York .presses
tee is to attach some credit:
"The President has determined not to adopt,
lather or recommend the Pacific railroad measure
in any manner whate.ror, as a policy of the adminis
tration, and in tbii determination, he is warmly and
decidedly backed and supported by both the Secre
tary of State and the Attorney General. This you
may rely upon as an ascertained fact."
Sentence of Conklin and Worlks, at New
Haven, Conn.—On Saturday last, Judge Inger
holl of the United States District Court, gave his de
cision on the motions to set aside the verdicts, and
in arrett of judgment in this case, and ruled against
both. The pri-soners were charged with having,
with iiiteat to defraud the United States, trane.
mitted tu the pension oifice a false certificate, in
aupport of a pension claim. They were sentenced
to impi isgnment for two years in the Connecticut
Penitentiary. James If. Conklin was a compositor
by trade, aiul only 22 years of aire. There have
been three previous convictions for the same offence
v. ithin one year. \
A white failor on board the steamer Jamestown,
was drewned on Monday morning, at City Point.
'J be Jamestown delivered her freight and pastern
rs across the "Kelvidere" which was lying there,
Hiid ;iie sailor accidentally flipped and fell between
t:.' boat.-. Pnrisea King's Agent seeing him fell,
ia rope down to him, but he failed to catcu it and
sank to rise no more.
Arrivci of tke Georgia.
*' ' ) urk. Auiru-'t !>?th.—The steamer Georgia
bits i i ived, hi jilting l.'.e California mails, 250 j«ne
»'-naers and 6!.:i00,(»J in gold. The principal eon-
are \('ai>!g Si (,'o., >t"ii:',ovK); American Ex
enance barik, £-IlX).00:l; We'ls .V 1-argo, $o(J00.
Hie health ol the Isthmus this summer was bet
te liian ever before known.
ibe l.ncle Sam arrived at Panama on the l?th
• Valparaiso, harinu made the trip in 57 days, the
, t thneon record between the two points.—
\ alpiraiso papers of the :«)th contain the particu
lars oi the loss of the mail steamer Quito upon a
rock distance trom lluasco. The passen
gers, mail and a portion of the silver were saved.
The passengers had arrived safely at C'oquimbo.
Ki.ectiom liior AT Buffalo.—Saturday
slight last the Democratic Ward Meeting iu
Bufl'alo, for the election of Delegates to "the
Democratic State Convention, oeca*iosed
great excitement between the friends of the
administration and those who oppose General
Pierce * policy in making appointments. The
contest was vorv severe, and resulted in the
entire rout of the Administration party. In
some wards the ballot boxes were broken to
pieces and a general fight ensued.
Pout, of Baltimore. i« sr.id to have re
cei v<d the appointment of Consul to Bordeaux,
and ex-governor DaJia, of Maine, Charge to
Bolivia.
The brig Buena Vista, from Cienfuegos,
put into Wilmington, N. C., on the 2*th, in
•lisiress from sickness on board. Her Captain,
Wine*, dii-d as tslie entered the harbor.
The ceremony of breaking ground for the
Black iiiver and Utica Bail Koud took place
40. Utica on the 2"th, in preseuce of a large
«bl;e!uhUg(*.
Locomotivjc Explcutoii.—On the 27th,
Ji'-at- Montreal the fire box of a locomotive on
tit' (iraml 'l'ruuk Kail itoad f/ril iu and occa
sioned an txplosion, which chattered the en
jjiii", ani fttriottaly injured the t-nrineer, the
nremaa and the section man, tiie first two it
•van thought would die.
Kuiciut of a PrtvfEß,—Wui. J. W«ir, a
compositor on I lie New York Commercial
Adverti < f, htmg himself from his bed pu.-t
oil Priday Over ifSOOO iu money and
* g'-ld watch were found in his possesion.
M oat of tiie money wtu held In iriwi for a
lady.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
ADDITION AL - BY TIIK EUROPA.
Boston, Ananet 30.—We hnv • received from
Halfax the following additional intelligence by the
Enropa.
ATyAIRS IN Tttß EAST.
The a*s'ect of affaire iu thn Fast exhibits no
change ; every thing, in<tee<i, has remained perfi-ct.
ly quiet f irKe the announcement that the Porte hail
accepted the note of the Four powers, containing
pn-po«als of compromise.
The Moldavian Divau had convened, and the
Ilosppcdars solicited to remain. The C7.ar gave
th- m pe. mission to remain or go to Constantinople.
Rsschid Pacha ha* notifi.il the Austrian Govern
rneut, that the occupation of Servia would be re
garded as a declaration ol war. The Potts, in the
meantime, undertakes to preserve order in the I'ro
vinces.
BKGLAND.
The debate in Parliament on the Eastern Ques
tion, was regarded as unsatisfactory. Consols in
«on>equenec lell, but subsequently revived.
Lord Rusjell stateii, during the progress of the
debate, that the question was under ne
gotiation. and be h«ped that it would lead to a sat
isfactory result
[Oar despatch quotes wheat at an advance of
two shilling", while the summary in another co
lumn. says two pence per bushel.}
FROM NEW MEXICO.
Loei9ville, Aug. 30.—Advices from New Mexi
co. state that the Mexicans were in possession of El
Paso, but their troops were deserting, and it was be
lieved that a majority of the people were in favor of
the United States.
THE MARKETS.
Baltimore. Aug. 'JO.—Flour has advanced 1~
cents; sale of 300 bbls. at 85.37. Sales ol WOObusheta
Wheat and 4000 bushels Corn at unchanged prices
but a better feeling prevailed with an upward ten
dency.
New York, Aug. 30.—Sales of 33,000 bble. Flour.
State brands advanced 12 cent's Southern firmer;
150,000 bu-hels Wheat at §1.30 lor Southern white.
Corn steady.
AMUSEMENTS
Yf ETKOPOLITAN HALL.—On MON
DAY EVENING, August 29th, will be opened
the majuilicect uew Hall, with a Grand Exhibition
of Anelli's great Scriptural Painting of the END OF
THE WOULD, OR THE OPENING OF THE
SIXTH SEAL
This magnificent work of art, the largest Painting
in America, full s<>o feet square, occupying the artist
three years tu iu completion, will be exhibited for a
few days, in connection with grandCONCERTS by
the celebrated Madame ROSALIA DURAND, as
s.sted by the great Basso, Signor NOVELLI; Sieuor
MORETTLftreat Italian Violinist; Mr. WARDEN
the versatile ballad singer, and by Ml. STIF, celebra
ted Pianist.
t '■$*" For particulars see small bills.
N. B. After Monday, 29th August, liberal arrange
ments will be made for Schools by an application at
the office of Metropolitan Hall. au 23 ts
rjpllE RICHMOND LIGHT INFAN
-1 TRY BLUES, Capt. JOHN M. PATTON, Jr.
having made au arrangement with the Richmond and
Fredericksbnrg Railroad Company, vill have a grand
CIVIC AND MILITARY EXCURSION to the
SLASH COTTAGE, on WEDNESDAY EVENING
the 31st August.
They vill be accompanied by the ARMORY
BRASS and COTILLON BANDS, v. hich have been
engaged for the occasion.
The can will leave the depot at 4 o'clock precisely.
Persons not enabled to leave at tbft hour, will have
the privilege of going by the 9 o'clock train.
Returning, the excursion train will leave the Cot
tage at 1 o'clock. Those desiring to remain longer
can take the mail train in the morning.
REFRESHMENTS will be furbished at city pri
ces.
Tickets for the round trip, for gentlemen, ONB
DOLLAR each, children half pisre. No charge for
ladies.
13?" Tickets to behad of any member of tie Com
pany, or at the depot.
Ample arrangements have been made for the com
fort and convenience of the ladies au 22
New music received by har-
ROLD & MURRAY. Broad street-
Dempster's Sacred Melodies, eix in number—each
33 cents.
Deal Gently with the Motherless—2sc.
I'm a Merry Laughing Girl, mnsic by Glover—2sc.
Fond Hearts at Hume, music byNew" Orleans Sere
nade rs—2sc.
De OidCburch Yard, music by Christy's Minstrels—
25 cents.
Come bny my Spring Flowers, music by J. P.
Knight—2sc.
Melodies of Home, music by Glover—2sc.
West Point Dream Waltz, with vignette—2sc.
Echo of Mount Blanc, with vignette.—3Bc.
La Belle Polka, arranged by Fox—l2£c.
Guinea Polka, arranged by Malir—l2-Vc.
Woodlaud Scottisch, with vignette—2sc.
Zig Zag Poika—2sc.
Dances des Roses Polka, with beautiful vignette—
25 cents.
Doubling Cape Horn Gallopade—2sc.
Wedding Polka, arranged by Robertson—l2ic.
au 31
I EULOGIES OF CALHOUN, CLAY
-i AND WEBSTEK.—The Artist Wife, and other
Tales, bv Mary Howitt—Paper 50c. Cloth 75c.
The History and Rudiments of Architecture—em
bracing, 1. The orders of Architecture. 2. Architec
tural styles ot various countries. 3. The nature and
principles ol iDesign in Architecture: and 4. An accu
rate and complete Glossary of Architectural terms,
for the use of Architects, Builders, Draughtsmen,
Machinists, Engineers and Mechanics, edited by J no.
Bullock, Architect, Civil Engineer, 4ic., 12mo—cloth
75 cents.
The Fawn of the Tele Faces, or Two Centuries
Ago, by J. P. Brace—paper 50c.
Dare-Devil Dick, or The Road and Its Riders, being
the romance adventures encountered by Dick Turpin,
Claude Duval, and Sixteen-String Jack, in their daring
flight from London—2.">e.
The Matricide's Daughter, by Newton M. Curtis—
in paper 25c.
The Wizard of the Wave, a Romance of the Deep
Blue Sea and Indian isles, by F Robinson—2sc.
Eulogies delivered in lilt- Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the United States, on tbe life and cha
racter of Hon. John C. Calhoun of South Carolina,
Hun. Henry Clay of Kentucky, and Hon. Daniel
Webster of Massachusetts, compiled from official Do
cuments, Bvc—cloth §1.
For sale by G. M WEST,
an til No. 5 and fi Exchange Place, 14th st.
OOKS AND STATIONERY.—J. W.
RANDOLPH is prepared to supply Merchants,
Teachers and others, with all they want in the Book
and Stationery line, on favorable terms.
Ordersfrom tbe country for Books, Binding, Music
and Mutical Instruments. iv:il meet with prompt at
tention, if addressed to 121 Slain st.
1. W. it. has just published—
Rubin cn Manures, sth edition;
" Agricultural Education, 2d edition:
Burse's Virginia Springs, Sd edition:
Williamson Water Cure, Bathing, tic;
Uncle Robin in bis Cubin in Virginia, and Tom with
out one in Boston, i'd edition;
Virginia Criminal Cases, new edition;
Cottom's Edition of Richardson's Virginia, Nsrth
Carolina, Maryland and District of Columbia Alma
nac, for 1854.
New Edition of Jefferson's Notes cn Virginia, will
be ready Ist October au 31
GREATRUSH AT J. W. EVANS' PE
riodical HOUSE, 14th street, opposite
Kent's, for the following Books and Periodicals—
Eulogies on «be Lives and Characters of Calhoun,
Clay and Daniel Webster—price Si
Dare Devil Dick, or the Road and its Riders—2s
Angela, or the Com ettf of Santa Clara—2s
Louise Martin, the Village Maiden—2s
The Lilly Dale Songster—tij
Hunk Note Reporter for September—l2V
Harper's Magazine for Seplember—2s
London Illustrated Nevrs—23
jLuudon Punch—l2J
«r» Vork Spirit ol'the Times—l 2}
. Flag, Banner, Wfvtfcriy and Gleasou'e Pictorial —all
far this week.
Just received per steamer Jatntstown, a fine assort-
V nllo * r,l P' l iaud Frames.
Also, a large assortment ofcheap Publications which
will be sold cheap for cash.
I AK I '' Te ~ J tellt book « "ill be sold for ONE DOL-
For any and everything in the Book and Periodical
line cah or send to J. W.EVANS',
street, opposite Kent, Paine U Kent'f.
j-ywhoietale and Retail. nu 31—It"
I ENCOURAGE HOMEIIANUFAC
'f! Ki'S.—Lad'es can alwavs find at the "LA-
L>lKb SALOON, GAITER BOOTS of our own
make, wnich every refcpccl snoericr to any ot
North-in manufacture at as low, if not lower prices,
than tbev pay lor tbe Northern article; then why buy
I■"< Northern Bhoe*< We presume it is because it is
not generally known that we make nucb shoes. The
object of this advert.s jnieut, therefore, is to notify alt
who bay not been aware of the fai t, that we make a
better article of Gaiter Boots, of all uhsdi s and co
lors, at l-V-0, than can be bought of Northern manu
isc.ture fur the same piUe.
Itis hardly necessary t<> add that Ladies will consult
tbair interest kv calliug at No 73, when in want of a
pijr of Gaiter Boots.
uu3l VVIi ITE h PA OF,.
BOARDING.— Mrs. LJLI4UKN TRIUU
will be pleased to receive several YoUNii LA-
Djjss to board with her in Richmond during the next
M-bolas.ic year. Her bouse is very comreUeut to
three of the principal schools in the city.
au 31—2 w
FOR BALB AND RENT.
ntllif® 1 " rent * ver 7
bu'lL torn Richmond, contain.
..nail family, with*.'*°.uble "wok•
John Allen, Jamr. Carter and other.? Kor
kc, apply to EDWD. D EACHO,™*'
»»*' General Agrnt and Collector.
\ r ALUAIiLK FAKM, t> MILKB NORTH
OK RICHMOND, NEAR BROOK TUBN
TIKE, KOR SALE.—'The subscriber* axe antliorised
to sell adetirably located Farm, about tl tnilea north
of Richmond, near the Brook Turnpike, adiolnini
the re«idence of Major James Hill, containing 129
Acres. The place has been newly nettled—all the
buildiiigß havitiK been erected withiu the laat twelve
iu«nih<. About half the land i« cleared, balance in
wood*, Nome of which in original growth, and well
timbered. The improvement* coniint of a moat
beautilul Cottage residence—having 5 room*, besides
Kitchen, Quarters, Barn, Stable, kc. The place can
only be appreciated by an examination of it. Those,
therefore, deposed to purchase such a place, will
please call and examine the pramiies.
For terms, and further particulars, apply to
au 25—fit GODDIN k APPERSON.
MOST V ALU A li L E PK I V A T E
DWELLING, ON GRACE AND 7TH STS..
FOR SALE.—The subscribers are authorized to sell
that most valuable private dwelling at the corner of
Grace and 7th streets, now owned a»td occupied by
Judge I*. V. Daniel. The dwelliug contaius 16 rooms,
of which 14 have fire places; besides large brick
kitchen, brick stable and carriage house, and indeed
every accommodation for a large family. Nearly the
whole purchase money eat) remain as a lien on the
property for Ave years, upon condition tl*at the in
terest he raid half yearly. Apply to
au 26—fit GOWbINJi. APPERSON
KENT —A new brick TENEMENT
on sth street opposite Messrs. Sampson k Pae's
toundry, at present occupied by Mr. James Lally—
This is a large and convenient building, in good con
dition, and is suited to the comfort of a large family,
or to be occupied rs a boarding house. Possession
given in a few dava. Rent $350. Apply to
TOLER it. COOK. Agents,
au 29 Pearl street.
r pHE subscribers are authorised to sell a
A most desirable DWELLING, on the north side
of Main street, between 3d and 4th streets, having ac
commodations sufficient for a large family.
GODDIN it APPERSON,
au 25—6t Aucts.
RENT—A comfortable Brick House,
on 25th near I street, Church Hill, at present oc
cupied by Thomas Starke. Possession given in a
few days. Rent 8132 per year. Apply to
TOLEIUfc COOK, Agents,
au 1# Pearl street.
IpOR RENT —A small Wooden Tenement
in Adams' Valley. Possession can be had at once.
Apply to ED. D. EACHO,
auSO General Agent and Collector.
SALE—A very desirable new frame
A HOUSE, containing tive rooms, kitchen, 4ic, on
25th street, near the Asbury Chapel, now at a rent of
$.20p2rannnm. Applv to
" EDWARD D. EACHO,
au 30 General Agent and Collector.
LOST AND POUND.
I OST OR -STOLEN.—One red, CO W,
AJ with a star in the forehead, and is white on the
belly.
OneHEIFEft, 16 months old, from the same red
cow, with the same marks.
One red CALF, 6 months old, from the same red
cow, without star in the forehead.
A good reward will be paid to any one who will
bring back tffcese animals to my farm {old Gregory
place, Henrico county,) or leave any information
concerning their whereabouts at the American Hotel.
Also, Wanted, a good colored COOK, IRONER
and WASHER, for balance of the year. Apply at
the American Hotel. au 81 It*
WENTY DOLLARS REWARD.—Kan
away from my residence in Henrico county,
about the first of July last, a negro WOMAN, named
Jenny, She is medium height, of good "proportions,
about twenty years old, of a yellow complexion, full
round fece, with holes in her ears. She has a black
speck in one of her eyes. 1 have no doubt that she is
lurking about the city of Richmond. I will give a
rewarri of $10 if taken in the county of' Henrico, or
$20 if taken out of the ceuuty and lodged in jail, so
that 1 get her again.
au Z>—Gt* JOHN BRIDGEWATER.
DI SSOLI TION OF C OPA RTNER
SHIP.—The partnership heretofore existing
under the name and style of WECHSLER ic CO
HEN, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. WECHSLER,
V.. COHEN.
N. B. V. COHEN will re-open atihe old stand with
an entire new stock of Goods, on or about the 9i h inst.
Richmond, August 31, 11153. an 31—It*
C CAUTION.—Lost or mislaid, my NOTE,
J dated August 25, 1853, pavable ninety davs aft< r
dale, to the order of H. B. Dickinson, for "$893 40,
a::d by hiin endorsed. I hereby caution the public
a<ainst trading or receiving the came, as it will not
be paid by me.
au3l—2t* JAMES SIZER, Jr.
r P O U R N A M E N T —At the Fauquier
A White Sulphur Springs, will take place on
TUESDAY, the 6th of September next.
hu 31—2t
LI AIR D Y E.—Harrison's Columbian
-■-A Hair Dye—a fresh supply just received, and
lor sale by A. BODEKER,
au3 l No 10 Main st.
lens 8 INDIAN OIL, for preserving,
V* beautifying, promoting the growth, and gradu
ally Coloring the Hair, for sale by
A. BODEKER.
au ol No 10 Main st.
PAYSONS &i WATERS' INDELIBLE
INKS, without preparation, for marking Linen.
Silk and Cotton, with a common pen, for gale by
A. BODEKER,
31 No 10 Main St.
| HO BAGS PRIME LAGUAYItA
A "" COFFEE, landing from steamer; for sale
by [an 31J WILLIAMS it BROTHER.
HHDS. BACON SHOULDERS,
receiving per steamer, for sale by
tu 31 WILLIAMS t BROTHER.
SMALL No. It MACKEREL.—A further
supply just received per schooner Juliette; for
sale by fau3lJ WILLIAMS Si. BROTHER.
STUART'S COFFEE SUGAR. —30 bbil
landing, and for sale by
au 31 WILLIAMS fc BROTHER.
IpOR SALE—A line pair of MULES,
well broke and ready for immediate use. Also,
a fancy pedlar's WAGON. Enquire of
HULST k KINO,
an Sl—ts Franklin streer, near Old Market.
/ CHILDREN S G A I T ERsT^J^tT^-
c-ivtd a beautiful lot of lilac GAITERS, ten
superior. Also, a heiulsoine assortment of black stuii
Gaiters.
LADi US' SLIPS AND TlES—Another lotofthose
beautiful Morocco Slippers and Ties, joat received
and will be sold lor the su.all eum of #1 by
william Walsh,
Dsalt rin Bo .»ts, Shoes, Trunks. &c., -13 Maiu street,
eigu ot' the Boot, just below City Hotel, opposite
*ide. au 31
Hydraulic pressed candles,
manufactured by R G Mitchell It C 0.—300 boxes
for sale by
an 8t DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO.
EMORY. —We have now iu store of our
own importation, a supply of the best ENGLISH
EMORY, assorted numbers, which we oiier to man
ufacturers aud machinists on reasonable terms.
SMITH t ROBERTS,
au 31—lw 74 Maiu at.
LACKKMJ Ti l'B TOOL B—A fresh
Htock of warranted SMITHS' BELLOWS, 28 ro
3ti inch: STOCK and DIES, J inch to 14 inches; FILES
and TOOLS of all kind*; HORSE SlluES and NAILS
of til sizes, to band and for sale low by
SMITH 6L ROBERTS,
au3l—lw 74 Main et.
FOR HlliE—a neat house WOMAN, for
ihj balance of the vear.
Also, a genteel NURSE. Apply to
TOLER 4t COOK, Anentc,
an 31 Pearl street.
LASTING I'OWDEK.—IOOO kegs, lbr
rale from Wharf bv
au 30 I>aVF.N PORT, ALLEN k CO.
WASHING TONANDNE W O li-
LEANS TELEGRAFH COMPAKY.—The pa
tron* of thin lin* are hereby informed that the Com
pany are about to put their line in perfect order thro*-
out, at any expense. For Kim time paat they bate
labored under the greatest disadvantage)!, owing to
the fact that the hue ii o!d, ai.a vrua, in the tint in
stance, hurriedly coiistrueted, the consequences of
whieh have been more felt on the section betweeu
Petersburg arid Washington, than on any other part
ofthe line. They cauoot but hone, however, that
ivheu all these defects are removed, and the old in
struments replaced by new ones, ol belter and more
umderu const rucrion,~tU»t their r,really increased fa
cilities for transmission of business, will command
that reward which they are determined to deserve
vie : as: ill greater patmcage from an enlightened and
■eneruus public. S- MOWUV, J*_ president,
" i HARtKiTos, 9. Aug. l&J- [au 2S>—3t
NTHKACITE COAL.—A cargo to ar
rive this wef k. Those of toy customers ready
for their winter su> pi*, will pieiwe semi their orders
to jut uflice. " SAMUEL I*. HA WES.
au 30—3. if
LMUST OF THE SEASON'. — SOii A!
J? SURA i! SORA!! !—A fine loi of ibeae delicious
liiROS will bs offered our customers TO-DAY, which
is the FIK3T r- cived iu Richmond this stasuu.—
Fresh shell OYSTKRS dally at
t>3» ALLEY'S JUpoU'R.
ATTCTIOir SALES.
— future DAYP.
M. Taylor!
B ATSm 0 !?, sxß STREET
IUY, 7th U7of be "° !d , m WKDNES
npon ihe premise*. *5 H o'clock. P. ||
•ituated onthe,nt,J^r^,l H .!L ful buildin * LOTS,
" treet > Mid adioiuinv tho » atreet, north of Leigh
fronting 30 f« 4 tl DCe J ° f Claiborne,
fiet. mcnei each, aud running back 130
wUh " 4 ff! 8 —»«.
.purchase money U paid in t u u r «tained until the
L tn3l JAMES il. Tivrnn . .
OTS IN H;ltox .ifAtmm
On THURSDAY, Bth Se»te„,k - —
'V opon r 'th^ U " ,len ' in *
wiU be sold eighteen LOTS, in l ° c Premises.
auine of them situcted on the r>ri« f W alton,
coi.v en i ent to the wWw fce « B P *i* treeU -
Term* liberal i i\ " R °cketu.
an 3i_,dT"'- J - *• TAYLOR, Auct.
_ " BY TOLteKtCQOK"
WILL BB SOLD ON MONDAY THP
~ 12th of September, at 5 o'clock p ai'
If nor, on the next fair day thereafter' .V k,f fair
hour, a small TR\CT OR T x vn • V *ame
on tile old u; N ep^C^u^? k &1
« milea above Richmond. adjoining^be™andr , oV > ?i ,lt
n ' "■<'«»
" d "«"•>»» >• <«»
au 31 TOLER t COOK. Auct...
BY ALEX. IWTfcCU. "~
A UCTION SALES —On THURSDAY
morning, Ist September, in store, commencing
at half past 10 o'elock, will ba sok! the following
goodn— •
1 CABINET, (city made)
1 SOFA,
3 FEATHER BEDS
2 LOUNGES
1 package Cane seat CHAIRS
I COOKING STOVE
1 OFFICE do
A lot of CHINA and CROCKERY WARE
BEDSTEADS
1 WARDROBE
The above guods are all in good order
ALEXANDER NOTT II CO,
au 31 Aucta.
EDUCATION
MISS MARY A. TOLERS PRIMARY
SCHOOL, ON THE CORNER OK FRANK
LIN' AND TWELFTH STREETS, RICHMOND,
Ya.—The next Session of this School will commence
on MONDAY, the .sth day of September.
Miss TOLPR will give particular attention to the
Rudimental Branches of knowledge. Her object ia
to prepare Pupils for hifjb Schools and Academies.—
Her mode of teaching is new, and will enable her
pupils to retain what tbev learn, longer and more
perfectly than the old. The discipline of the School
will be as mild as possible. There will be weekly,
monthly and quarterly examinations To each of
these the parents and guardians are invited to attend.
The number of pupils will be limited to twenty.
Terms, for the scholastic year of 10 months, will
be as follows:
Spelling. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic... .slfi 00
Expositor, Reading, Writing, Geography, Gra
mmar and Arithmetic 20 00
Dictionary, Reading, Writing, Geography,
Grammar, Philosophy, History ana Aritt
tic 25 00
Stationery 1 50
Fuel 1 80
au 31—2t'
ISS ANDERSON'S SCHOOL will be
resumed on MONDAY, sth September, at her
old stand, opposite the Exchauge Bank.
au3l—stfcl2l9thS*
Mr. lefebvre's school.—h. p.
LEFEBVRE, A. M., will, on the first -Monday
in October, succeed Mrs. Mead in the charge ef her
Boarding und Day Schoel in Richmond, and will be
prepared on that day to receive pupils at her late re
sidence on Grace street.
Mr. Lefebvre was for seven years connected with
Mrs. Mead's School, and subsequently became Princi-
Tml of the Williamsburg Female Acanemy, the charge
of which he now resigns, to engage in a larger work in
'Richmond.
He proposes to conduct his school upon the same ge
neral plana® that of Mrs Mead, retaining several of
her teachers, and increasing the strength of the de
partment of Foreign Languages, by the assistance of
a resident French Governtss, and other uuxiliejries.
The members of the family will form a christian
household, under the parental care of Mr. and Mrs.
Lefe&vre.
The School will offer every advantage for the ac
quisition of a sound English education, to which will
be added the Ancient and Modem Languages. Mu
sic, Drawing, Sic.
Tf.i»:s.—For Board and Tuition in all Ihe English
branches for the scholastic year of nine
months, £2(0
Day scholars of ell ages, 40
For any Modern Langaage, 20
Music, Drawing, &c., at professor's prices.
Apply to H. P. LEFEBViIE, A. M.,
au 30 Grace street. Richmond, Va.
PREPARATO R Y S C HO O L FOR
BOYS.—This School will be opened by the sub
scriber on the 19th of September nrat, in a building
•n 2nd street between Broad and Marshall.
COURSE OF STUDY.
The system of instruction will aliord every facility
for the acquisition of a sound business English EDU
CATION. To which will be added preparatory in
struction in the LATIN Language. and in the Physi
cal, Moral and Intellectual SCIENCES.
It is the purpose of the subscriber if liberally sus
tained. to associate with himself a Classical and
Mathematical Teacher.
TFRMS PER SESSION OF TEN MONTHS.
For the simple Elementary branches $30 00
" " higher " 35 00
" " Latin and English 4: 00
CITY REFERENCES.
Judge Crump, Clias. Rose, Ed. Mail,
Judge Cloptori, Garland Hanes,
Herberts. Claiborne, R. L. Coleman,
Xogan Waller, J. \V. Randolph,
Tho. D. Quarles, K. B. Spence,
George Maynard, John M. Gregory.
Ti. v •». L " C " SALTER,
ihe subscriber will be abseDt from the city until
the 12th September next. Those desiring to enter
pupils are requested to leave their names at the of
fice of the Morning Mail, or with Mr. Wherry, at the
Exchange Rank. ail 29—3taw7r*
WANTS.
ANTED—A good COOK, WASHER
and I BONER, lor the balance of the year, for
a small family.
Apply to " BENNETT i BEERS,
Dragnets.
WAN i'ED—To hire for the balance of
the year, a eood FARM HAND.
.v Also, agoud COOK. Apply to
, BRADLEY t BROTHER,
ftu 31—tf }j 0 24 Main st.
WANTED I Mil EI) I AT EL Y.—Cou
etaut employment and pood wuges will be
given lor good TIN PLATE and SHEET IRON
WORKERS, either on the assortment or job, by up
nlviiie at No 6 East Main Street, 2 tloon above the
Old Market
None ut-cd apply but goetl workmen.
\VM. SEARS WOOT>,
au 3]—3t* No 6 East Main St".
WANTED, INFERIOR WHEAT -We
v v wish to purchase ten thousand bushels INFE
RIOR WHEAT,
an 3! S. McGRUDER'3 SONS.
4
WANTED —By a young man, BOARD
in a private family or some boarding licuse on
Grace or Franklin street. above the Capitol Square.—
Address "It," at thisoffiee. an 01—It*
\rOUTH WANTED.—An active, intelli
- Rent Youth, who resides with his Parents.
Apply to GINTER & ALVEY,
au 31 No 16 Pearl St.
\\T ANTED—A first rate COOK, either
» » white or colored. Also, a dining-room Man
SERVANT. Apply to
an 30 NACE it WINSTON.
WANTED, MACHINISTS—Steady em
▼ T ployment and liberal wages will be given to
workmen in the above line, at the Richmond Foundry.
an 30—3t» SAMSON k f AK.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY—To buy
" or hire an honest, sprightly NEUKO MAN, to
act as porter to our store. For such, a liberal price
will be paid.
au 29 ADIE k GRAY.
WANTED—A settled white WOMAN*
T T can hear of • good situation by applying to
ALLEN It CROUCH,
Intelligence and Agency Office,
au 29 corner of Broad and 9th it*.
\\f ANTED—LABORERS and all others
T T desiring employment in any branch of busi
ness, would consult tlieir own interest by calling on
ALLEN k CROUCH,
Intelligence aud Agency Office,
au29 corner Broad aud 9rh streets.
\\T ANTED.—A white COOK of good
T f experience, to assist also in Washing and Iron
ing for a small family. Apply to
NACE k WINSTON,
au 20 corner Cary sud 14th its.
WANTED— Thirty HANDS, 25 white
men and 5 buys, as cart drivers, to work near
the Dock. Steady work and the highest prices will
be paid. Apply to J NO. A. FOSTER,
9th street, North of Leigh, or on the work,
au 2S—Ct
WXNTED-A YOUNG MAN
T T enced in the clothing Iratif ess can hear of a
good situation fev addr»»s*ing boa 4U9, pottage paid
Also, a YOUTH, who has had sumo experience,
either in the book urarj gvtd besides*, and eta give
sails incur/ refers uces, an 23
AUCTION nAT ™»
FUTURE DAYS.
BY OODDIft fc APPERSON.
VTALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
¥ PORT MAYO, AND LOTS* m THE TOW*
Louisiana street. and a dwelling Howie on Nirhnl«rm
street. Also. THIRTY LOTS in Knltoc-lOofwhkh
are near the "pine tree," the balance being well loca
ted. The abore real estate is in au improving part of
the rabnrbs, and orteaHtodocement* to pr.-soug 0 f lun.
ited means to make a safe and profitable investment
Some of the above lota are within 100 yards of the
wharves at Rockecta, and on tbataccount axe valua
ble.
Immediately after the above sale, one brick and
two framed tenement*, on Osborne's Tampike, near
it* eastern end.
After the sale of the above tfcai estate, the building
in the city of Richmond, at the corner of Fraukii*
and 21st streeta, formerly occupied by the 4th Bartjfet
Church, will be sold. The building alone is to be sold,
and not the ground It is now occupied as a earpen
te£B » h °P Bt an annual rent of $100.
Terms—One-third cash, balance at 4 and 8 mouths,
J' negotiable notes, interest added, and title retaiued
till the last note shall be paid.
au 26—dtds GOtJDIN fe APPERSON, 4.n«ts.
SEVERAL TENEMENTS ON OR E-
HILL, OM BYRD AND IST STREETS,
THE MOUNTAt* ROAD. EIGHT
Fob a a A BO J E THE cnay OF RICHMOND,
on TH im^T> UCT,OW - r « ral «»Mat "° <tion
bfr iiM , AFTERNOON, the 15th Seprem
clorlt upon the premises, commencing at 41 o'-
OresinMnT t bnc > aM w * ode " DWELLINCS on
The«r »»n fronting on Belvidere and Church sts—
MENTs\tf C^ WIU be ,oU the **» new brick TENE
toMthe, JS ,ni . er J 2 f ? yrd ,u,d KTeet \ (Toat -
Byrd atreet rnnn?" k i. lon North lftie of
"bf about 80 ,eet
the North and E^ nt LOTS tte aboTe on
and' * aßd
neat little FARM in X? 1 «treefe) will be sold a
mountai road abC 8 mil° UII ? 0f Henrsco ' on thc
mond, con A^a^reT'nowT.W 6 CUy ° fßlch ;.
the building's aTea'lU™ ""^ d ~
Terms.—One-fourth cash ; balance at 4 8 19
months for negotiable notes, interest ? } 2
retained till last note shall be paid **> and ntle
—The taxes are all paid up on the above mn
perty, and titles indisputable. p
au 85 GODDIN fc APPERSON. Aucts.
~\T ALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN
▼ CHESTERFIELD AND MANCHESTER, for
SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold, on THURS
DAY AFTERNOON, the Bth day of September '53
in Manchester, commencing at 3 o'clock, 121 Acres of'
Land, (m Moody's \V oods.) 4 miles from Manchester
on the Coalpit Turnpike. About 20 acres have been
cleared—balance in wood and timber oi original
growth.
Also, the large DWELLING in Manchester, occu
pied by Mr. Holt and Mr. Edmunds, at an annual rent
of $144. It contains 8 rooms, and is near Mrs. Hew
lett's residence.
Also, the DWELLING-HOUSE, formerly called
the "Slab Church," now renting for $120 per au
num.
Also, half-acre LOT in Manchester, No. CB, (called
the Pond Lot.)
After which, will be sold 8 COWS and YEAR
LINGS: 8 MULES and HORSES, 2 WAGONS, one
CARRYALL, and all my Household FURNITURE.
Terms:—Forthereal estate one-third cash, balance
at 6 and 12 months, with interest, and title retained,
or trust deed. For the personal estate, 4 mos. credit,
for apt rj\ei endo »2d negotiable paper.
JAMES DONLEY.
Sale conducted by Goddin k Apperson, Aucts.
au 30—tds
A CHEAP FARM FOR SALE.—The
subscriber having moved to the city of Richmond,
will sell his FARM, lying in the county of Henrico,
eight miles below the city of Richmond, on the Wil
liamsburg road, and adjoining the lauds of Dr. Tliaun
ly, George M. Savage and others, containing about
three hundred acres, one hundred and fifty acres clear
ed, tweutv-tive or thirty acres of first fate meadow
land, the balance well set with pine and oak wood. It
produces good corn, oats and wheat; the soil is of
good clay foundation. The improvements are a good
DWELLING HOUSE, with all necessary out houses.
Also, one tract, six miles below the city, containing
two hundred and ten acres This tract is heavily set
with pine and oak wood, and has a good deal of good
pine timber. A more minute description of this pro
perty is deemed unnecessary here, as those disposed
to purchase will prefer to view the premises, and all
such are invited to do so. Mr. Hazel, who is living on
the Form, will take pleasure in showing it to any one
who is disposed to purchase.. If not sold privately be
fore THURSDAY, tine first day of September, it will
on that day, commencing at 12 o'clock, upon the pre
mises, be sold at public auction. The terms will be
one-half cash, and the balance in twelve mouths, or a
longer credit will be given if it is desired. Any per
son wishing to purchase, wiil apply to the subscriber,
or to Messrs. GODDIN fc APPERSON, Anc.ts.
jy 28—c!tdlaw3t WILLIAMSON ALLEN.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND
LOT, NEAR ARCH AND SECOND STS.—
KOfl SALE AT AUCTION.— By virtue of a trust
deed, ex<cuted by Henry Lemay, dated 15th Februa
ry, 1853, duly recorded in Richmond Hustings Court,
1 shall, at the request of the creditor thereby se
cured, proceed to sell, tt public auction, on the pre
mises. on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, the 2d Septem
ber. 18-33, commencing at .5 o'clock, the REAL ES
TATE conveyed thereby, consisting of a LOT, with a
small HOUSE thereon, fronting 2y feet on an alley,
tunning back 6-5 feet to a lot owned by John A. Pit
cher's estate
Terms made known at the time of sale.
The title is believed to be perfect; but the subscri
ber will convey with the usual special warranty.
W. YV. SNEAD, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Goddin &. Apperson. Aucts.
I'. S.—lmmediately after the above sale, will be
sold a HOUSE and LOT adjoining the above,
au 22 G. t A.
BY JAMES M. TAYLOR.
Brick houses and lots on
BROAD STREET, FRAMED HOUSES AND
LOTS ON CATHARINE STREET, AND VACANT
LOTS ON LEIGH STREET, AT AUCTION.—On
WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of September, com
mencing at4i o'clock. P. M., upon the premises, will
be sold two Brick HOUSES and LOTS, situated on
the north side of Broad street, nearly opposite tbe
residence of Mr Saml. J. Rutherford, one of which
is now in the occupancy of Mr. B. Cassi'graude, as a
grocery sSore. These bouses have been built withiu a
tew years pasf, contains about four rooms each, with
a wing, with a well of good water in the yard, and
are peculiarly adapted tor grocery stands and granary
stores Tbe lots.front 22 feet each, and run back
lw> tiet.
Also, two FRAMED HOUSES and LOTS on the
south side of Catharine street, now in the occupancy
ot Messrs. Smith Si Jshepperson, front 15 feet eac li
run back 140 feet, have been recently built
Also, two LOTS HF GROUND, on north side of
Leigh street ot Bi;cb u nm Spring frontier 30
feet eachand running back 175 feet.
The above property is owned by a irentleman about
to remove from the State, and will therefore be po
sitively so.d. Being located in rapidly improving
neighborhoods (particularly that on Broad street) it
ehoii.d attract t/ie atten-ioii of those wialiiug to invest
in real eftate, which will always yield good rents
ana steadily improve.
au 30 JAMF.S M. TAYLOR, Auctr.
\fARKLI OAKJ*KN,S, HOUSES AND
™r",h^L AJ L D .?F ,LI)INO LOTS ,N bowl-
R ?J^v MA^ UOX ' S H,LL ASU « KAIO't
PLAN.—IVtII be sold, on MONDAY, sth ofSeptem
„ er * u P ou t " e pwmiiei, commencing at o'clock
£• -* .about 20 acres of GROUND on Mechanicsvill.
rurupike, near the toll gate, well cdapted for matke
Hardens, well watered, and will be sold as purchaser
may desire.
Also, two framed HOUSES and LOTS on Bowfci
Oreeua»enue, near the store ot Mr. Joseph Tucker
A I2S °PJ >oe ' tB the above
Also, two bnck HOUfcKS and LOTS, in Craig'i
EoTsT/^hiU^ 9 HU11 ' U ' d * nu "^ roi buildin,
Terms will be made to suit purchasers.
au27 JAS. M. TAYLOR, Auct
ny puilumji davis
HOUSEHOLb i\ ITCH EN Fl TR
NITL'RR AT AUCTION.—On THVHS9AY
next, Ist September, commencing at 1® "'f] 0 '
No 3 ' in H»»hes> Row, on
will be sold the entire «toek of Household and Kitch
en FURNITURE, of a gentleman, who *
housekeeping— consisting ot the u«u»l
art.cle. as are osually to b« found
such as Sofas, Wardrobes. Tables, Chsirs Carpe
*£*!«•. " "uperior PIANO, » COOKIJM,
o njy k»,
nS£&ds h ' PtILLUM t PAVIS. Auctt.
A FARM IN CUUBEHLASD COVJ^
JTjL TY K()R SALE — toy * decree of th«
the »th day of August, lIBM.
Vi, "J* °* of*lSSo on which the late Si
u-uiber, the " resided, containing about
o , d \ t i ' n i V of whico f. kuu-
of o"/'?" 1 * ro * , - h -
weH tIJS This Land He# on the main r age
roiJ . ' i and Buckingham plank road,
and thi Sou-h*"*® railroad, in a remarkably
S»<l is well adapted to the cuiuvaiiun
and tobacco. The Improvements
a-.. twu e*ce!ltat dwelling hotsee*,
?i?nl*ema.r> ont-housts, incUdiag cirrii£c-hori*e
" «» be divided to .uil
ILhuti There are •xceilett orchards of ptaciien
• weß uf Mcullent water in the yard,
and one of the liaest springs in the coonty in a col
terJeot #«**••* Pos#e»ion of the Land will be
given iminadiately, for the purpose of seeding wheat.
Te»**—A credit of one aud two year* equal in
sta.luii.nts, the purchaser giving bond bearing interest
from the day of sale, and good security, and the title
retained until the whole purchase mmmj m paid.
AUCTION BAT.m
THIS DAT!
BY OODDIW 4 APPERjtriS
X7ARMB ON PLANK KOAJDFORRAI s»
X We intend « WF.DNEBDAY tta SUtiTZr'
at 5 o'clock, P. M., to offer for sale it —
premkes, GLENBI'RNIE, now oe'ajZib?
John Lawton, containing 181 acrea, sad a sntal] Jfiju
of 25 uKt-wth situated on the Westhajo pUtk
road, about 4| miles from Richmond, aod which m>»
be viewed at any time pre vions to the sale.
A quantity of WHEAT STRAW tod OAT 3 will
be offered for aale after the disposal of the Partes, «■.
well aa two milch COWS; and
A BOND of the Westham plank road company for
9150 and interest from it* date at 6 per
preferably to any dividend to tht $M*rt holder*.
Also, eight shares of #25 each in the West ham,
plank road.
Teuu will be made known on the dav of sale.
. GOODIN i APPERSON,
»° Aacta.
~ by jambs m. taylor!
"RUl^l>rN G LOTS IN SIDNEY, AT
ktCTl °*.—On WKDBB6DAY next, Slstin
mil Dcl ? s V 5 °' ctock ' f M »pvn the pre
ofSU&ZF *°, d three lots of LAND; in Ota town
Mr * J' viz ? oppo«te the former residence of
»«£»£* fronungao feet and nuta*
! WUI * *' !d otber lOTS 111
Terms very liberal.
' * u2B JAMES M. TAYLOR, Anct.
THOMAS W. KEESEF-. S»l ff ™.n
SALE OFITARTHEN
■SSrJfcJ
reserve, on WEDNESDAY next. the Stst instant,
commencing at 10 o'clock, at Ui* Ute nW. of bad
ness, No. 8 Fifteenth street, the remnantSf hto s*££
consisting ot various consignments if CHINA M asi
and EARTHENWARE, suitable for
lie.: a lot of manufactured TOBACCO. CIGAR*-•
FURNITURE, miscellaneous GOODS, he. Jt C . sal#
without reserve.
Terms—For all soma undev $50, rash; for that
amount and over, four months credit for approved
negotiable notes.
au 24 GEORGE J. SUMNER, Auatr.
BY RICHARD CAUTHORN. ~~~
TjnjRNITURE HALE. — THIS MOBN-
A ING, at 10 a'clock, at my aant'um store, I will
sell for cash, a lot of FURNITURE, belonging to a
gentleman declining housekeeping—consisting of*
Sofa. Bureau, Sideboard, Feather Bed, Bedsteads, 1
pair Card Tables, Looking Glasses, Carpets, Chairs,
Clock, Brass Fenders, &c. The above are of Rick
mood make, well kept, and very desirable.
an 31—It* R, CAUTHORN.
MEDICINES.
HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT AND
PILLS FOR THF. CURE OF SCROFULA.—
Extract ot a letter published in the Delhi Gazette,
Irom Mr. Pembertou, of Cape Town:
"Dear Wilfred: During the voyage the steward of
the vessel, observing that I suffered severely
m*E*\J£™ mmen " ed me to tr 7 HOLLO WAV'S
OINTMENT and PILLS, informing me that a for
mer passenger had been cured by these invaluable
medicines, and, as you had kindly given me a good
supply, I commenced using them, and in a few day*
I touud such an improvement in my general health,
that I continued them steadily as directed, and I
know that you will be pleased to hear that I am ucrw
perfectly cured."
" hj } he Proprietor, 224, Strand, (near Temple
Bar.) London, and by all respectable Venders of Pat
ent Medicines throughout the British Empire, andbr
those ot the United States, in Pots and Boxes at 3tf\
cents, 87 cents, and Si 50 each. Wholesale by tho
principal Drug Houses in the Union, and by Mesan
trn ANI> J S V New t'RCELi, LAUD
<fc CO., Richmond, V a.
There is very considerable saving in taking the lar
ger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of Patients at*
affixed to each Pat or Box. au 30 lw
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Spirits, and a prey to innumerable mental as
well as physical evils, the victim of Dyspepsia is in
deed an object of commiseration. Yet it is absurd Imr
him to despair. \V e care not how low. weak, aerrous
and irritable he may be, the cordial properties #f
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by
Dr. C- M. Jackson, Philadelphia, are stronger than tbs
many-headed monster whicn is preying upon his body
and mind; and if he chooses to tay them, we will ia»
sure a pppedv cure. a»i 25—d&wi/w
UTAbLEK'S "UOOl) MEDICINES'' ar»
popular with all who know of them. See their
advertisement in another column. Their CHERRIf
EXPECTORANT is adniirahle for ('ought, to., and
their DIARRHOEA CORDIAL is the best remedy for
diseases of the Bowels now extant.
For sale by PURCELfi, LAUD fc CO., ana Diug
gists g"ner»Mv. | »» Cy
I>ENNETT & BEEKS, Wholesale ami
-U Retail Druggists, No. 125 Main street, Richmot*<J,
V», Duelers in l'ure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, on.', Varnishes, Dyes, Colors, French ami
American Window Olass, line Chewing Tobacco and
Cigars, elegant Perfumes and imported Kancy Good*
Violin Strings, Port Monnaies, Percussion Caps, kc.,
Lc.
Proprietors of Carter's Spanish Mixture, the cele
brated Lustra! Hair Tonic, very "nperior Lemon Sy
rup, and Extract Jamaica Ginger.
Agents for Rockbridge Alum Wafer and Pills, sad
ail the popular Medicines of the day—at the lowest
wholesale prices.
BENJNETT t BEERS beg lea*e to call the at tea- "
tlon ot Country Merchants and the city trade, to the
very large and well assorted stock of Ooods, which
they are now opening in store, and which will conr-
Sare favorably, in quality and price, with the largest
[orthem houses.
All goods carefully packed, handsomely put up, anil
promptly forwarded to any nan of the country.
We should be pleased to show our goods and price*
to all who deal in our line, whether they buy or not.
iy Terms Cash, or to really punctual customers
the usual credit ott 6 months.
an 3» BENNETT k BEERS, Druggists.
HUNT'S IMPROVED PATENT
WHEAT DRILL.—TIie performance of this
Drill the last season, was entirely satisfacto. y, and U
spoken of in terms of high commendation by those
who iiied it; I therefore feel warranted in recom
mending it as inferior to none hitherto invented; it i«
simple in its construction, durable, and not liable to
get out of order, and the price of it le»« than thai of
most other Drills. Those who may be in want the
coming season, are respectfully requested to forward
their orders early to avoid disapyofaltmiTH.
„ , , * "• BALDWIN,
au 25—dwlrn* No. 148 Main
f AMBEHT'S LOTTERY OFFICE
XJ NO. B NORTH CALVERT STREET, BALTI
■ORE, OPPOSITE BAKNUH'S HOTEL—Th»
purchase or sale of Lottery Tickets within (he State
of Virginia being now in \iolaticn tf law, and at
tended with a heavy penalty on conviction, the *»!►•
ecriber would respectfully solicit the orders of kirn
friends and others who may feel disposed to purchase.
Having been a resident of Richmond for upwards ol
thirty years, and being pretty generally knows
throughout the State, he deems it almost mry
t> givti any further assurance that >11 business confi
ded to him will he promptly and properly attet-ded
to.
(aT Packages, single Tickets and shares, !a all tha
Maryland Lotteries, for sale.
The printi d otiieiaj drawing] sent to eorrct
poudeats hy the first mail,
IW Priees cashed at sight.
Address THOMAS LAMBERT,
my 14—isis Baltimtif*. HJ
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