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~jr;iN - jwr ***<!!* /jiVir.— I lie \Va»lii»igton •, • yesterday contain* » letter thorn the c. rotary of War, drawn forth by a import that hp j,-'; expressions hostile to Mfwrt. Bron»on K r,i ( ('Connor, and in favor of the freesoil faction ; Xf.v Ycrk. In contradiction ot this rumor, 1 Davis •end* to the Stniintl a note enclosing n , plicate ot a private letter to a ftiend in New y-k a»the mcwrt certain mode of showing hi* po tii l, -i relation to the controversy. We have noi K -!i for the whole letter, and can only give the concluding portion: \ •< withstanding the ••ant mark of eonfi i iven to Mr Dickinson when he was ottered t, r ,' be«t tiuancial and political appointment in the o! Sow York, 1 have not and will not, np v>. tUe anti-slavery speeches he invde in 184? ' i And although Judge Bronson In Ida the , >» which Gov. J)tekin*on drc inetl. I truetl Vi ■ >t I r numbered among thoae who subscribe " . >tt.>ro< July IS. leltMo tie meeting to ratify p,.initiation ot Martin Van Buren, and contrv : w the externum of lireoioiL. lam willing in , u o th«r caw*, to drop the inquiry into by re .'pinion* and association?, to adhere to ttio oem-.a.'t ot 1*32, to oppose disorganisation, to re- L .a: ion, and to promote the harmo jy of the --ratio partv, as the beat means of securing , -e anionc the States, and prosperity and per • .'tuity to the Union. Now. this is not to approve ti!>'eruonai>le antecedents, net to endorse the opi j. "at war with my creed, hut to act at becomes ;t;,i>e who belii ve toe union ot the Democracy to Li,vi> been sincerely, hon--:tly, and substantially ■i" : iorpunlie am"not personal end*. Holding u- ! d?, ti.at party organization is a necessary j:s to insure sac.ess to principles on which . . . a re formed, I cannot but lament the divi , •. which ha-", without re-enteau^e,'opened the i -a. ..mis in our party of New York. I do m t assume to uiin<*le. still lew to judge, in ;r - :an;ily "< 1, bu: wi.l abide the course of ra pid'iv transpiring events, and hope that the true itieraty may crush any disintegrating fucticn w t •.•;. <;.us into coalition with the "Whigs." ; he Boston Forgeries.—A later despatch from fV.<-'.on sivestlie following particulars of the recent t( -ie* in that city, mentioned iti another place : Ti c larger is alleged ta be h California (pecula te r. ami toe forgeries have been going on for three v. r- It is further stated that the operator has -itnoweldjjed that he is the forger of the note*, atd ;ut he has lort some S!."i,000 of the money so .< t - .< ii in a California speculation, and $15,000 m >rv by a bad debt; has paid about $SOOO in extra commiuiona, and he had some $12,010 worJi of good property left. He is said to be still . i -ton, and the probability is the alleged spuri : »tes will be redeemed Jroiu the parties who ! Id them. There is at the present time a great stringency !. the New York money market. The |7burnaZ of Commtrce (ays there is, in iact, no such increased scarcity, at the present stringency would repre sent, but only a want of confidence which prevents a rapid and general circulation of such funds.— 11- n. ty be, aud doubtless is the result of undue expansion and speculation; and those who have ti. i■: •' inged the laws of trade, must pay the pen alty in suffering, while they also bring a portion it their punishment upon thuse comparatively guiltless. Ihefctock Market £tni feels the pressure in the money market. Georgia Election.—The Savannah papers con cede the electisn of Seward, dem., to Congress, by -. H) or ij'.iO majority in the first district, and repoit the su 'eees of Baily dem., in the third district, by ~'omajority. Colquitt, dem., has 7:.0 majority i n the sccond district. Johnson, dem., is elected Cov ernor by a majori.'y ranging from ,">OO to 1,000. A despatch to the Evening Bulletin announces that a dccline cf one dollar per share was expe rienced in the stock of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad yesterday. It is reported that the Union Line steamer from Wheeling is to be taken on'the route and placed on the I'irtaburg and St. Louis line. It was believed that Yankee Sullivan and Mor" rissey would have a pugtii.tic encounter yesterday, somewhere, but the police had not been able to trace them. Supposed, however, in New Jersey. Walter Raleigh has been appointed postmas ter at Pongoteague, Accomac county, vice George H. Cristopher resigned. The distillery in Boston, where the boiler explo sion took place a day or two since, is owned by John Heard, and is situated on I vers street. Destructive Fire at Charleston, Mass.— TheTanneiy uwued by the heirs of Mr. Tutt, in Hunker iiill utreet, Charleston, was destroyed by tire a few nights ago. together with five wooden dwelling houses adjoining. New Route Agent.—The Postmaster-General has appointed Mr. Thomas M. Walker 011 the steamboat mail service, between Wheeling and Parkersburg, Va., at a salary of &40() peryear, in the place ol James C. Jelly, resigned. Catholic Btsnors Declined.—lt is stated that Dr. Young, the newly appointed Bishop of Pitts burg, declines the appointment. Dr. Cotkery, ap pointed to the uew .-ee of Portland, Maine, likewise declines. J. Evr>rson, charged with passing counterfeit money, in Marion county, Va., has been arrested at Pittsburg. Philadelphia, Oct. 11. —The election for State and local cfiicei 8 look place to-day. In Dauphin county, the whig ticket is elected. In Delaware county, a majority ol t>oo has been given against the uew constitution. Returns lrom Philadelphia show the election of Murphy, dem., as Police Marshal, ami Gilpin, -.vhi.;. for Mayor. The have lost one member o! the Couimcu Connc.il in Walnut ward. Boston, Oct 11.— V ma.fs meeting of the demo crats was held at Faueuil Hall last night. Every thing passed ilf harmonioa-ly—speeches were maJeby Ex Governor Boutweli. N. P.Banks and others. Re olu im-> sustaining the administration and the Baltimore ;>atfbrM were adopted, and the nominations of Bishop and Dowley ratified. The Maine Law was denounced, and its repeal urged. Michigan City, Oct. 10.—The statement that the U. B. steamer Michigan was ashore twelve mihis from Michigan ''iy on Tuesday week, was without foundation The vtichignu art ived here on fun day, the "2d instant, and ha-f remained since. New Oblkans, Oct. 10.—The weather now Lt tine and cool, and tears of the lever l ave ceased.— Thousands of absentees are returning. Mobil* - , Oc r . 111.—The lever has now nearly dis appeared aao excites little blarm. Nkw Oflfanh, (>ct. 10.—The chips Espinnola and Hudson, Irom New York, have lmd their car goes ol dry goods n-. ntly destroyed by the buretiug of ca-ks of chlorido ol liaie ia the hold. Loss $80,000. PRATTSBifBO, N. Y., Oct. 11.—The Methodist Church, Ri.e's 'Totel and several other buildings in this village, were destroyed by tire yesterday. Boston, Oct. 11. —The barque Homer was towed into Edgartown on Saturday. SraACusE, N. V'., Oct. 10. —Hail and snow fell in this city about one o'clock this afternoon. New Yob k, Oct. 11.—Simeon Draper, the well known banker and politician, has tailed lor a large amount. Visit to the Gkeat Rkpuelic.—Hon J. C Dobbin, Be- ret*y of t!ie Navy, accompanied by Lewis W. Tappar;, Esq , visited the clipper slip Great Republic, at East Boston, en Saturday. Pxism Accident —Mr. J. Douglas Taylor, of Butkr towns'>ip, Ada-n couniy, Pa., had hit ri.«b« arm taken ti by n ihreebiag machine on the&ii ioet. Dr. Ire*, formerly I'iihcp of North Carolina, i reported ro have lfnMied his controvertial work, containing hia ' ' a for goiusf over to the Roman C'aii.olx .'ai i. John Goa in, thrt ..ell known clown, is fai l to bare diod on too7ih ultimo, at Natchez, ol y.-llow lever. BAKEifH KlA>ljß,— Snepd'#, Buukci Mill. Klins'i. Fcnta'a MeClung'n 6i)4 Uivanna aatra and sup; ruue Fli.ur, for sale by «;13 J.J.VHY. AMUSEMENTS LTHEATRE, ua . w W'm. Tell , Michael H r n J - H-Teylor. Kmma ... , T „. Mr*. Ward. ' Mlw M. Partington. Favorite kI W C. tree. MY PRECIOUS BETSEY. «!-^rf A Ti!ll ino . N * * n<l Parqnette, SO cent* limr \ >f entrance on Broad street, (formerlv Pit mfe'i CtnW Gallerv - » c't.r.-To'd «a!- Cent*. cents; Colored Gallery, (West,) a HALL « KI6HTd w YM A N THE WIZAKD AND VENTRILOQUIST. £ s;« AR i:xHi « ho>is «"■< MONDAY EVENING. Oct. 10, iai3, rsr Th ° n Sntur 4.'!y Evenini, 15th instant. JST The 1 ertormance wi»l he varied each even'mc commt,,ce ut » 8 o'clock. _. OC L :0 J-TOY. Agent. ROC K HACKS.—Third DAV— ._ l ' rsday , Oct. 13, Jcciev Club Purge $000 4 nn.e heat*. ' . , ENTRIES. I aptasn John Belcher fTiters hav hor>e Red Eve, by Borton dam by Priam. 7 years old, 134 pounds. Major Thomas Doawell enter* bay mare Nina, bv Boston, datn imported Lottery, 6 year* old. I#7 pounds. C. i; N.Orfen enters bay home Lawton, by AVs fconer. dam Alinstrei'a dam, five years olcL 107 pound*. In which there will b» an Infide Stake between '.awson and Rid Eye, Two lijodred and Fifty Dol lar*. J oc —If o. it N GREEN, Proprietors. A GOOD TIME COMING ! There's a good time corning on, So let us all prepare To meet our frieuds. a« their stock they se;,d To the Agricultural Fair Not long ago, you will say so. No Railroads had we then To bring for show what they did grow, Lut now we'll bring her men. Coine on. you mountain geiitg, and bring Your cattle in for show, And we will show voa all fair play Before from us you go. For Wonders they will never cease, So here's for old Virginia, We are raiding now the Shanghai bird In preference to the Guinea. At S o'clock the hanks are closed, For this advice is well, And for a place to rest yourself, It's the American Hotel. And from this place of luxury, And having left your stock. Go down to BILL BARTHOLOMEW/ And there go buy a Clock. Gold Watches and good Silver ones, For time they're hard to beat, And see his stock of Jewelry, It's small, but yet it's neat. W. BARTHOLOMEW i CO., 2 doors above the Dispatch Office.'" f c 13 Governor street. \VHAT, Ok WIMCH THE l-est VEI? * » MIFUGE OR WORM DESTROYER. ? Is a question daily and hourly asked by parents, anxious for the health of their children. All who are at all acquainted with the article, will immediate* ],- answer DR. Af LANE'S CELEBRATED VER MIFUGE. It has never been known to fail, and is one of the safest remedies that can be used. A friend of ours lately handed us the following statement in reference to this Vermifuge. New York, September 23, 1552. Gentlemen —A young lady of my acquaintance had been for a long time very much troubled with worms. I advised her to try Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Vermi fuge. She accordingly purchased and took one vial, which caused her to diseharge an unusually large quantity of worms. She was immediately relieved of all the dreadful symptoms accompanying this dis ease, and rapidly recovered her usual health. The young lady does not wisii her name mentioned; her residence, however, is 320 Fifth street, and she re ft ra to Mis. llardie, No 3 Manhattan PJa.-e. I*. S. Dr. M'Lane's Ceiebrafee Vermifuge, also hi? Liver Pills, can now be had at all'respectable Drug Stores in this city. S will please be careful to ask fcr, and take none but DR. M'LANE'S VERMIFUGE. All others, in comparison, are worthless. Sold by PURCELL, LAUD it CO., corner ?4th and Main streets, oc 13—wit LACK CLOTH, FOK LA 111 ES CLOAKS, 12-4 BOOKING, &.C.—Just rtceivtd per Jamestown, black CLOTH, for Ladies' Cloaks, 12-4 Booking, &.C. oc 14 C. HARTWELL fc Cg. WiiHii CAMBRICS, &c.—Our as- T i sortment of white CAMBRICS, Swiss MUS LINS, plaid and striped do , dot and figured do., Cambric DIMITIES, &.C., is full, anri for sale low. oc 13 C. HART WELL fc CO. DATES. —25 frails DATES, for sale by OC IS DAVENPORT, ALLEN fc CO. Mountain dew whiskey, mo- LASSES RUM, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, Solar and Spermaceti OIL. for sale by oc 23 DAVENPORT. ALLEN k CO. OR KENT.—The S'IORE recently oc . cupied by McDonald 4: Lyons, from the present to the Ist of April next. Terms moderate, by early ar piication to Jc 13 A. NOTT & CO. tpOR RENT —A neat little store, opposite to the Ist Market House, suitable for a Confec tionary or Fruit store. Possession can be had at once. Apply to EDW'D. I). EACHO. oc 13 General Agent and Collector. /lENITO FAMILY ELOUR —A supe vlW rior article, just received and for sale by oc 13 J.J. FRY. IiERUVIAN GUANO. —40 tons expec ted hourly perschr. M. J Peck. For sale by oc 13 JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. /GENTLEMEN'S FINE GAITEKS.— " We hive just received a beautiful lot of Gents' fi'ii- Cou»rtss Gaiters—Patent Leather and Calf Skin. ( c 13 PEMBEftTON &. BRO. Medical books.— j. w. Ran dolph has fur sale the TEXT BOOKS and a Ilia,' stock of other new and Standard MEDICAL Works. oc 13 S KYI BBLS. CALCINED PLASTER. J Receiving and fir tale. oc 13—St 11 H. WHITLOCK 8t SON V! UT CRACKS—Fiain and Elated NUT CRACKS, NUT PICKS with Ivory, Pearl, ar.d B >ne Handles, tor sale bv „„ o is " ZIMMERMA>. f ELL* STRAINERS —For keeping the Jelly WARM while it is being strained ; Jeoy and Btauc Mange Moulds, al! sizes and the ntwett pat:enis, for sale by ZIMMERMAN, oc 13 Cor. Main and 12th st^ 1> ACON SIDES, prime quality, at 9, 91-4 9 and 9 1-2 cents, for tale bv oc 11 JN<>- WQMP.LE k CO. INDIA RUBBER DOOR SPRINGS.— This SPRING is warranted not to be affected by heat or cold, and to retain its elas-ticity to the last.— It is capable cf sustaining a dead weight of 100 lbs; is easily adjusted on the door ; is easily unshipped ; will work either upon the outride or inside of the door ; j* free from the creaking attendant upon other Spring?, aid is sold at one-third less than any o'her, for public buildings, hotels, stores, factories, offices, kc. We call the attention of purchasers, oc 10 ZIMMERMAN. DOMESTIC HARDWARE.—Porcelain and bell metal Preserving Kettles, sauce and stew Pans, wafer and watfl.i Irons, Coffee Roosters, Mutiln Bakers, Oriddles, Soup Digesters, Fish Ket tles. Fry Pans, Oyster Gridirons, Fire Carriers, cover'd Snider*. Bake Ovens, Pots, Cirjder Shovels. Coel Hods, &.C., for sale at BOLKLEY k CO.'S, «joc6 137 Main street. Bakuains. bargains, bargains at GOLDSMIT'S cheap Dry Goods Store, No 41 Main street. Havine verv recently purchased a verv lirge amountof GOODS fur cash, he is enhblid to i.tfer great icduceaieuts, as his motto is, am-ill pru fits and quick sales. oc 6 PLATE WARMEKS.—Made of the best English Japanned Ware, Brass and Iron Join:*, Coal Hods. Cinder Shovels, with a great variety cl J panned War tf, now receiving, for sale by m ZIMMERMAN, oc 6 Corner Slain and 12th streets. WHISKEY— "Mountain Dew"—N. E. RliM, Cotton YARNS, Rio COFFEE, Maa» LICORICK, Yuai'atraud, 'funnel i' OIL. Jackson' C-iNiJLES, for sale by oc4 DAVENPORT, ALLEN t CO OTAIR RODS.—A full assortment of lO round, oval and hollow STAIR RODS, of all lauKthsand widths, just to hand, per scbr. Henrico, and for sale by C. J. SINTON k CO , 30 Sifo of the Circtilar Saw, 71 Main st. FfOR SALE. - A very desirable Resi dence on Duval street. The house contains four rooouaud akiicbeu. all in good ranajr. Apply to ED. D. EACHO, oc 1 Gtol. Ajiut and Collector telegraphic news. ANOTHER REVOLUTION IN YUCATAN New Ottwm, Oct. 12.-Ey an arrival at til. part we have later intellijrenc" from Mexico — Another revolution wu reported to have broken out in Yucatan, and a Mexican war steamer, with thren hundred jneu, had left Vera Cruz for that p«ac e. FROM THE EAST. Nr.w Yohk, Oct. 12.-A pawner who cture over in the Arabia states that just before ahej sail ed, a despatch waa received at Liverpool to the ef fect that a portion of the allied fleets had gone to Constantinople to protect the European resident* from the fury of the Mussulmen. EXPLOSION OF A BOILER. Philadelphia, Oct. 12.-To-day, while the workmen at the Navy Yard were en ?a? ed in haul in? the U. S. ship Cyane into the sectional .lock, the boiler 1 1 tho engine, uwd for pumping out the wa ter, exploded, fatally injuring several persons. FAILURES IN NEW YORK. New ■} can. Oct. 12.—The failure of Simon Dra per of this city, w continued. It is reported that others are shaking. PENNSYLVANIA ELECTIONS. Philadelphia, Oct. 12.—The result throughout the State is largely in favor ol the Democrats. THE MARKETS, New ORK, Oct. 12.—The Flour market is easier. Southern has declined 12 cents per bbl. White Wheat $l.«>o. V ellow Corn cents. Baltimore, Oct. 12.—Sales ol 1100 bble. Flour at 86.62. Red Wheat 81.34 to Si 37 ; white 81.40 to $i 4r>. Yellow Corn 81 cents: white 77 to 78 cents. WANTS. VVTANTED—A situation as a TEACH * * KR, by a Lady, who is well qualified to teach the brandies, French, Mueic and Drawing. Good references given. Letters addressed to H. W. Gould, Richmond, Va.. will be promptly answered. oc ?—dst4tw2t* VV ANTED TO HIRE, for the balance » v of the year, a good NURSE—one that can come well recommended. Enquire at this office, oc 13—2t* WANTED. —A young Man, a nativw of Cumberland County, who has an extensive acquaintance, and who could command a large share of country patrunage from that section of the State, wants a situation ts Salesman in some store in this city. He would prefer a situation in a dry goods es tablishment. Apply to ALLEN U CROtfCH, intelligence and Agency Office, °c 1 Cor. Broad and Ninth sfp. WANTED.—A liALL suitable for a .7 Musical Academy, in the centre of the City, and immediate possession desired Apply at this ot lu'"- oc 10—St* \\rANTED, A SITUATION.— Wanted v ™ by an industrious young man, about 18 years of age. a situation in a Grocery, China or Commission store. Respectable references given, Apply to Mr SIMON BONA VITA, Main street, opposite the Banks. oc g_2w* \\ r ANTED —An APPRENTICE to leain * * the baking business. Apoly to °c o—ts ADAM CO., 144 Main street. BLAC. h>MI 1 H W AN I ED.—Wanted to hire, a No. 1 Smith, to whom the best wages and steady work will be given. Apply to JOHN A. FOSTER. Also. SIX BOYS, for Cart Drivers. oc t) —Gt IIILLINEKS WANTED—Two or -*-'A three good Silk Milliner*. Apulyat N. C. BARTON'S, OC •;—tf 109 Main sf. WANTED—EXCHANGE ON LON " " DO.N, by ceo KENT PAINE k KENT. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY.—A TIN PLATE AND SHEET IRON WORKER, (Job Workman ) The very best wages and constant employment wi.l be given. WAITE k SENER. oc 3—l2t* Fredericksburg, Va. WANTED TO KENT—A DWELLING "» HOUSE, containing five or six rooms—would like to set possession during the next month. Apply to JNO. W. WRIGHT \\ r ANTED.—I w inh to hire a good Cook, • * Waiher and Ironer, tor the balance of the year, and also, a good Dining Room Servant. Apply to ED D. EACHO. oc 1 Genl. Agent ant] Collector. WANTED.— A YOUNG MA.\\w ia'l'ms had some experience, des.res i. situation as OVERSEER in some Tobacco Kttetory. business being his object, he would be willing :<> take tv very moderate salary. ALLEN & CROUCH. Intelligence and Agency Oriice, se 27 Corner of Broad and 9-h stß. BAKEK WANTED — One who under stands ornamenting and fancy cakes preferred. Apply to ADAM k CO., oc 12—te 144 Main street I OST, a pair of Gold SPECTACLES. -Li The iinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving tbem at this office. oe 12—3t CARPET PAG POUND.—A larjie Car pet bag was left at the Columbian Hotel, be longing to some lady, which the owner can get by ap plying at the Columbian Hotel, and paying for this advertisement. oc 12—It VJTOLEN —My PUGGY WHIP wai sto len from its place, in the Buggy, while standing at the door of Mr. John F. Tanner, "on Gamble's Hill, last evening, soon after dusk. It is not the value of the Whip, bat a wish to know who may have been the offender, that induces this advertisement. It will no doubt be offered for sale. The Whip is new, of yellow cat-gut covering, with two or three plated metalic bands. The lash broken off. JACOB S. ATLEE. 0 : 12—It* TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD — JL Lost, yesterday morning, on Broad street a very small, Ladiet* Geneva GOLD WATCH, with a green enamelled back, set with diamonds, attached to a goki, green enamelled chatalain chain. Also, a gold LOCKET, containing a gentleman's Daguerreotvpe, aud a gold KEY and SEAL attached. The above reward will be paid if returned to the subscriber, or to this office. E. MARKKAS, oc —3:* No. 09 M&ia st. I Ti ON S for preserving I J 'restoring aad beautifying the Hair, is the most and wonderful article the world ever prt tlu«.ed. its astonishing success is without a precedent i:i the history of the Materia Medica. Dark and luxutim curls, soft arid glossy hair, with scores ofad miie-s, (mark this ladies,) is the universal effect of the Kaiuairou. Bald ana grey heads were perfecilv astonished. "The Kathairon has fully restored my hair after abaldnessof 12 years. A. J. Courtright, 75 Boad N Y." The Kathairon is a certain cure'for Nervous Headache, aad ail cutaneous diseases Sold by all dealers everywhere. Try it. Price only 25 cte. in la/ge bottles. D. S. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Broadwav, N. Y PURCELL, LADD it CO. and ADIE Si GRAY wholesale agents, Richmond. oc6 dlmif ' VIEW FALL AND WINTER DRY i-v GOODS—I have in store a weil selected s'ock of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS, bought at "the North for cash, and I can and will sell them as cheap aa the Goods can be bought in any city in the Union Kicli brocade dress Silks Plain, changeable and figured Silks Black Silks of all kinds; Crape Shawls French. English and German Merinos Superfine (all wool) Delaine, ail colors Figured Delaine 12 cents, to the finest quality Long Shawls; silk Wrappers, in great variety Silk Velvets fcr visitcs; pointed Velvets Fringes and Gimps for trimming; silk Mitts Linen Table Damask; Napkins and Towels Russia Diaper; brawn linen Damask 12-4 Sheeting; 6-4 pillow case Cottons French needle-worked Collars, Sleeves, Hdkfs Infant*' Frock Waists; cambric and Swiss H«nd« Marseilles Quiltt; Fringes Bed and negro Blanket*; Linf eys and Kerseys Domestic Goods at factory prices JACOB A LEVY'S oc 10 Cheap cash stores. 15 and 76 Main st. IICORICE, &c.—2o cases very superior -J G C Mass Lieu lice. 21) cases very superior C. & A. Mass Liccrice 50 do do do Sauford do do JO do do do Barr&coa Sdck do "CO lbs do do Touqua Beans. .'O mucesdo do Otto of Roses. :C0 Lblf. Eitra Superfine Elour. hell-sharpening Feed Cutters, now in store and for sile ou accommodating t-rms hy JOHN A. ROBINSON. r <~- I Cor. Cary »;;d V». Streets. pOUNTRY IRON.—3 tons <ki]> expect, rd. For sale from Basin at a low prir.o to dote consignment. E. H. SRINKER, Cnry street. nllll LHS SMI IIIFIELD HOU IVM r ROUND BACON,—I 6 Keg. Smith, li h Lard; Also Cottou Yams, Carpet Warp, Leading L e.i, Cordage and Seine Twins—Jut received—Fur tile by JOHN WO MB Lit * CO. oc A AUCTION SAIiBS. FUTURE DAYS. BY l'uut. W. KtEar.E.^ HPEUSTEE S SALE~Id pumiiuiee of a -*■ Deed of Tr uit evecateito me Vy Thos. J. Mar flu and wife, for certain purposes therein mentioned, hearing date the 9th day of February, 1817, and duly recorded in the office ot the Court of Hustings of tha city of R'cbmond, en tbe 31 st day of Mav, 115-18, I "hall proceed to aell, on TUESDAY, the 2Mb inst, to the highest b'dder, forcaab, all the Household and K-iicben FURNITURE and the Factor* FIXTURES of aaid Martin. Thesnle will commence at his late rendence, on Church Mill, at 11 (.'clock. A. J KUH?i, Trustee. Sale conducted by Thos. W. Keesee, Auctioneer. oc 18 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF A XV STOCK OF GROCERIES, STORE FIX TURES, kc.—On TUESDAY morning next, the 18th instant, will be sold, at auction, commencing at 10 o'- clock, on tbe corner of Grace and 17th streets, all tbe Stock of Groceries, Crockery Ware and Store Fix ture«. belonging to the estate of Valentine Fieri, de ceaaed. Terms: Cash. A. BARATTA, Administrator. Sale conducted by THOS. W. KEESEE, Anctr. NOTICE.—AII persona having claims will present them immediately for pivment. oc 13 A. BARATTA, Adm'r. BY JAMES M. TAYLOR. Desirable *amily residence ON 3D NEAR FRANKLIN STREET, AT PUB LIC SALE. —On MONDAY. 21th October, at4jo'cik, P. M., upon the premises, will be sold that very de sirable ftmily residence on tbe east side of 3rd street, recently in the occupancy of Mrs. Davenport The house contains ample accommodations for a large familv. is well built arid admirably arranged, with a good kitchen, water in the yard he. The lot fronts 55 feel and runs back about 140 feet. The very desi rable locution of this property and its many conve nience* should commend it to those in want of a pleasant res.denefc. The premises may be viewed at any tirue previous to tbe sale. Terms—One-thiid casb, balance at 6 and 12 mos., with interest, credit payments to be secured by a trust deed. JAS. M. TAYLOR, oc 13 —did Auct. Desirable country* seat, 5 MILES FROM THE CITY, AT AUCTION — Having in contemplation a change of occupation, I shall on THURSDAY, the 27th of October, at 11 o'clock. A. M., upon the premises, otfer at auction, the FARM on which 1 reside, situated near the old Turnpike Road, about live miles from the city, and adjoining the lands of Messrs. Hutchesou, Sinron and others. The tract contains 150 acre6—half well wooded, the remainder cleared and very productive. The improvements, consisting of a dwelling with 6 rooms, bams, stables, kc., being all new, are in ex cellent order. Upon this land there is an Ice House and Pond from which alone may be derived more than sufficient to pay the interest on the sum asked for the whole tract. At the same time, I will also sell my stock, crops of corn, oars, hay, he. Terms—For the land, one-fourth cash, balance at 1 and 2 years, with interest and satisfactorily secured; for the personal property, sums under $50 cash, that amount and over 4 months credit for approved paper with interest JAMES PHILIPS. Jas. M. Taylor, Auct. oc ll—3tawt22dO dtd House and lui on h street, UNION HILL, AT AUCTION.—On MON DAY, 17th day of October, at 4 o'clock, 1". M.. will be 08'ered at Auction, the HOUSE and LOT on Union Hill, recently occupied by Mr. John Jones, situated on H, 44 fees west of 24th street, fronting 44 feet and running back 160 feet. The house contains about 4 rooms, and is every way a comfortable residence for a moderate sized family. Terms will be announced at sale oc 11 JAS. M. TAYLOR, Auctr. BY KENT PAINE & KENT. VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE AND WATER POWER. ON TUESDAY, 15th of November, at 12 o'cl'k, I shall proceed to sell at public auction, upon the premises, the lot of ground and water pow er thereto attached, upon which were situated the manufacturing mills ot the Virginia Woolen Compa ny. This lot fronts 151 feet 10 inches upon a street running from 11th to 12th streets in the city of Rich mond, and runs back that width to James River, hav ing alanddepth of not lessth&n 130 feet. The water power is sufficient to propel what was, in 1846 and 1848, known as 13 setts of Woolen machinery. The heavy granite basement of the mills, covering nearly the entire let. will be sold with tbe lot. The lot anil water power is subject to an annual ground and water rent of Si,GOO per annum. The chain of title and a piatof the property, and the property itself, will be shown, and any information respecting it, given by me upon application at any time previous to the sale. Tf:hms or Sale One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months, iuterest added; negotiable notes with ap proved endorsers, will be required tor the credit in-, stalments, and title retained until the notes are paid. The " tie to all the foregoing property is believed to be perfect; but selliug as Trustee, i shall sell and cou vey only 6uch title as is vested in me by the deed aforesaid. JOS. JACKSON, Jr., Trustee. Sale conducted by Kent, Paine k Kent, Aucts. se 23—tocll / COMMISSIONER'S KALE OF LAND IN HANOVER. AND RlCHMOND.—Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit for Hanover county, of the 28th day of September, 1853, ia the suit of Anderstn v. Sale and wife, the undersigned, Com missioner in the said decree named, will sell at public auctio'.to the highest bidder, on the premises, ou MONDAY, the 7th day of Nov'r, 1853, at 4 o'clock, P. M., thirteen Lotsof Land, lying ia the county of'Hea rico, adjoining the city of Richmond, as follows: Nine Lots, being Lots No. 10, 11,12, 13, 14, 15,16, 17 aud 18, in square No. 10 of this property, formerly be longing to Thomas Rutherford, dec'd, Wing upon the East side of 27th street, between O aud P streets, as laid down upon a plat recorded in Henrico County Court; one Lot at the corner of Veaable and 27th street®, on th South side of Venable and West side of 27th street; two Lots, Nos. 1 and 5. in the plat above mentioned, on the West side of 28th street, between O and P streets; and one Lot on the East side of 23th street, between O and P streets. And on WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of November, a Tract of Land in the lower end of the county of Hanover, adjoining the lands of Elisha White and N. J. Alex ander, containing about 140 acres. All the above are Lands of which Robert Anderson, dec'd, died seized and possessed. The Lots will be sold in the order in which they are named. Terms—For the Land, cash for enough to pav costs of suit and expenses of sale, say about $1.50. For the balance, a credit of one aad two years, with interest from day of sale. For the Lots near Richmond, the purchaser to give negotiable notes, with good endor sers. For the Land in Hanover county, the purcha ser to give bonds, with good security. The title to be retained until th<- purchase monev is paid. JOSEPHUS ANDERSON, Com'r. Sale conducted by Jas. M. Taylor, Auct. cc 12—tds VJALE OP REAL ESTATE IN THE K? CITY OF RICHMOND.—In obedience to a de cree of the Circuit Court of the citv of Richmond, pronounced on the 2d July, 1853, in the cases of Wat son i s. Fletcher, and Fletcher t». Watson, the under sigaed, the Commissioner therein named, will pro ceed, on SATURDAY, the 15:hdayof October, 1853, at 4 o'clock, P. M., to expose to sale, at public auc tion. C]i the premises, one undivided moiety of the HOUSE and LOT in the proceedings in said cases mentioned, situated on 14th street, a little below Franklin street, and opposite to the Exchange Hotel, ou the following terms, that is to say : one-third of th:: purchase money cash, cne-third payable in six, and the remaining third ia nine mouths from the day of sale—the purchaser to give bonds with good secu rity. or negotiable notes, with an approved endorser, for th' deferred payments, which are to bear interest from the day of sale, and the title to be retained un til taepurchasa money be paid, and a conveyance di rected by the Court. ROBT. C. STANARD, oc 4—dtd Commissioner. (Richmond Whig copy.) FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE- A WARD.—THE ANTIDOTE by Dr Jeffries cores a certain diseasa in from three to live davs, without restriction as to diet, exposure or application to bu siness. The proprietor challenges a single case the anti dote will cot cure Price Si, with full directions. Soldonlv by BENNETT &. BEERS, Druggists, sole agents for Richmond. oc B—d3m if Most valuable tenement in MARSHALL PLACE, FOR SALE.-We are authorized to sell the middle tenement in Maishall Place. This property is so well known and so highly ap preciated, that a description is deemed unnecessary. Terms accommodating. Apply to GODDIN k APPERSON, ocll—ts Auctioneers. F)R HIRE. —I Lave for hire a good din ing room servant, and also a good girl, for the balance of the year. Apply to ocll EDW'D. D. EACHO. STRAYED from the subscriber about th 29th September, a small light brown COW— white feer, white mark down ber back, 4 years old, has a slit in esch year, and was lait seen on Poor House hill, where she was raised. Any information concerning her will be thankfully received and a suitable reward will be given for her recovery GEO. SWAN, oc 12—It* Carver at Mr Belvin's, Governor st. STONE CUTTERS WANTED.—I 2 Good WORKMEN can £nd steady employment. Wag- s, $2 per day. Apply to JOHN DAVIEB, South side of Dock, near Jlayo's bridse. oc 12—3t SALT, SALT.—4,6OO sacks of fine Salt, cargo of barque Alexina from Liverpool, lauding and for sale by oc 12—3t SCHAER, KOIfLER k CO. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.—The A fine British barque ALEXINA, Muirbiad, mat ter, now discharging cargo at City Point, and In fine order for aiy f oyaae. A freight to Liverpool pre ferred. Apply to oc l«-3t SCHA.BR, KOHLER KOO. ■—- AU CTIOW SALES. — D A yh ~ — r. Matins * iJ. D A^i^ T BUGAR A T AUCTION— ° f lock » will asiL »t till commf,ncil 'K at If nhhT"" 1 " 4 " ofR «, for account oi ™ ble on Cary street, I will ''•continued my *». DAY. the 15th Inst., on the on SATUR two Buggies, with Harness, i .IT,''*" , two Wajonn. Harness, several tine Saddles »„<i b* j B , * od doable tares of the stable, kc. Bndles, tbe Kix- FINE HARNESS HORSES -Also <» * ness Horses °> 2 lUr- Terms.—6o days'credit for all sums of this amount and under, cash. et all WILLIAM S tL'nnn oc 12—4t* **■ Sale conducted by R. Cactus._ BY OODDIN k —— VALUABLE PRIVATE DWELLING v on Grace street, Church Hill, for sale at Xnc tion. Will be sold, on TUESDAY afternoon, the 18th October, 1853, upon the premises, commencing at 4J o'clock, that valuable private Dwelling on the Nortii side of Grace, between 23d and 21th streets, now in the occupancy of Mrs. Kliza G. Carriogton. The house is remarkably well built, and with the addition of a few hundred dollars expended in repairs and im provements to it, could be made a most comfortable and desirable residence. The view of James river and the surrounding country is quite pleasing to the eve. The neighborhood is equal to any on Church Hill. Also, a part of the adjoining lot, say about 40 feet, fronting on Grace street. Immediately after the above sale will be sold » lot on the south side of Franklin street, between Silth and 27th streets, fronting 6G feet, and running back 150 feet to an alley. Terms—Accommodating, and made known at the time of sale. oc 6 GODDIN k APPERSON. Aucts. V ER Y VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ,7- AUCTION, ON FRANKLIN STREET, unvn?v'T Y XK. RICHMOND.—WiII be sold on MONDAY, the 21th day of October, 1853, upon the premises, commencing at the hours herein after stated, a small BRICK TENEMENT on the North side ot Frankhn street, between 15th and 16th sts, uear to Blaukenship's stable, fronting 20 feet, run ning back the depth of the lot as defined by a fence — After which will be sold, that valuable LOT on the South side of Franklin street, between 2nd and 3rd streets, adjoining the residence of the late Mr. Sub lett McGruder. It Ironts about 70 feet, and runs back 130 feer. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 3,6 and 9 months for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed, or title retained. By request of the heirs of Sublett McGruder, dee'd. The sale of the first Lot will take place at 1 o'clock, and the latter at 4 o'clock. cell GODDIN k APPERSON, Ancts. VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD. FOR SALE.—The subscriber will sell at public sale, on 1 1 RIDAY, the 14th day of October, that very desira ble residence called Oak Hill, in Chesterfield couutv, the residence of the late Dr. Samuel H. Royall. The farm contains about 200 acres of land, a portion of which is highly improved, and adapted to the growth of wheat, corn, oats. kc. The dwelling house, school house and out-building? are very commodious, and in perfect repair. To a physician, or those desirous of establishing a hoarding school for females, this property offers in ducements rarely to be met with. Dr. Win. H. John son, who lives near, will tiike pleasure in showing the property to asy one wishing to see it before the sale, and also in giving any information that may be de sired concerning the property. At the same time, will be sold about 300 acres of wood land, distant about two miles from the resi dence; and immediately after the sale of the land, the personal property of every description will be sold, to wit: Horses, Cows and Hues, crops of Corn, Fodder, Oats, Straw, ice., Farming Utensils, Carts, Wagons, 4tc., acd a large quantity of very superior household Furniture. The terms for the land will be one-third in cash, balance on a credit of one and two years, bearing in terest; for the personal property, cash for all sums under $50; that amount and over, a credit of six months will be given ADELAIDE P ROYALL, Executrix of S. H. Royall, deceased. The above sale will take place on the premises, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 14th day of October, '853 GODDIN 4t APPERSON, | oe —dtds Auctioneers. House and lot on broad, be- TWEEN JEFFERSON AND MADISON STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION—WiII be sold on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, the 14th October, 1853. upon the premises, commencing at 4 o'clock, the small brick TENEMENT on the North side ot Broad, between Jefferson and Madison streets, now occupied by B. Tate and adjoining Mr. Miller's bakery. The Lot fronts 22 feet, runs back about 137 feet to an a!J#j-. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 3 and 6 months, with interest, for negotiable notes and title retained till last note is paid. GODDIN & APPERSON, Aucts. After the foregoing sale, will be sold a newly erect ed frame DWELLING on the South side of Duval street, near to Brook Avenue, now owned or occupied by Thomas Martin, a free man of color. Terms, same as above. oc 4 GODDIN k APPERSON. Aucts. I7RAMEB DWELLING ON MONROE A STREET, BETWEEN CLAY STREET AND BROOK AVENUE, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.— Will be sold, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, the 14th day of October, 18.53, upon the premises, commencing at 5 o'clock, the House and Lot on the East line of Monroe street, between Clay street aud Brook Ave nue, now in the occupancy of Mr. Montague. The Lot fronts4B feet, runs back 130 feet, more or less. Terms—One-third cash, balance at 3 and 6 months for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retained till last note is paid. By order of the executor of W. D. Jennings, de ceased. oc4—td GODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts. UIX VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS on Arch and 7th streets, in the City of Rich mond, for sale at Auction. Will be sold, on SATURDAY afternoon, the loth October. 1853, upon the premises, commencing at 4£ o'clock, six valuable Building Lots, on the North line of Arch and West lice of 7th street, each fronting about 21 feet, running back 77 feet to an allev. These Lots are contiguous to the Tredegar Iron Works, Pe tersburg Depot, and several large manufacturing es tablishments, and offer peculiar inducements to those disposed to purchase in that improving part of the city. Terms—One-third cash, balance at 3 and C months, fjr negotiable notes, interest added, and title retained till last note is paid. oc6 GODDIN & APPERSON, Ancti. nHHIRTY BUILDING LOTS ON A CHURCH HILL, near Mr. Heckler'*, for sale at Auction. Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 19th October, 1853. upon the premises, commencing at } o'clock, about j0 handsomely located Lois, ou Church Hill, near the residence of Mr. V. Heckler, and bounded by 27th, 23th, T and V streets. Terms—One-third cash, balance at 3 and Q months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retain ed till last note is paid. oc 6 GODDIN k APPERSON, Aacis. HANDSOME AND VALUABLE & BUILDING LOTS IN MANCHESTER FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII he sold, ou Thursday afternoon, the 20th October, 18-53, upon the premises, commencing at o'clock, in the order advertised, half lots Nos. 11, 12. 2G. 40, 41, in the plan of Mai.* Chester, bounded by McDonongh and Perry streets.— Also, half acre lots, Nos. 10 and 12, in Mayo's plan, adjoining Manchester, bounded by Lawfence and Jones streets.—Also, half acre lota Nos 33 and 27 ia the same plan, bounded by Burroughs street. The above lots will be divided to suit purchasers. After which, will be sold lota Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 in W. H. Brauder's plan, each fronting 30 feet on Jackson street, between Porter and Baiubridge streets, running back 123 feet, to an allley H fett wide. The above lots are beautifully located, and some of them (witbin a few hundred feet) are near the Depot and W'orkshops of the Danville Railroad compaoy. The attention cf Capitalists and others is invited 'O this sale, as it is believed that property in Manches ter is enhancing and will con tin ae to rise io vaiue» besides, some of these lots are so convenient to we people of Richmond, that those residing near M aye's bridge couid secure themselves a desirably located building lot, where no city taxes would have to be paid, at a comparatively small outlay. , . T ERMS.—One-third cash, Mfc...*£«««* mouths,for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed or title r'tained- . ... oc 6 OOUDIN A APPERSON. Ancts. NOTICE Alv stores, Nos. lii and 7u, Mai o .u;e f ,"?l becloud on Wednesday. 12th, and re-opened ou Thursday, 13 A LEVy, oc 1° Nos. 15and 76 Main street H rKE—Four Men, asconinnn la p y , Ijoy and a Blacksmith, for th«- balance r»i? Q ir APPJ W WM. GOUtDIN, ofth f„*«£ r - P Governor .free', oc 12—a — ; p«fgy]—FlVE CASKS Superfine Lon- Vj don EMERY, warranted pure. Fornle by tie "k ~, .mailer quantity, by cask or ■»»» s c. J. SINTON A CO. Sign <>f tb- Circular Saw, nr ]| No. 71 Ma u street. HnEED'S super iorfamily J5 ELOUR. Fo» •*!« bv JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. ORIME HACON SIDES. I For sale by JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. oc 11 1(4 DRUMS PRIME CODFISH, land -1 U ding and for aala bv 06 U JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. AUCTION HATJW THlg DAT. B* ALEX. MUTT h CO. TWS (THURSDAY) MORNING, at 10 *• *ill Mil M »a-lion • lot of Hoom S BriUMU «"» Crock " r W *"' Aton, a lot of Jamaica En«n, in bottlef. 0613 a. SOTT k rrv »«•<••« BY PULLIAM It DAY I a G^H EL J IOI 'BEHOLD AND TH r ITr * R AT auction - THIS MORJfING 13th mutant, at 10 oVlrxk. A. M, »pon «he premiss on 20tb street, near Once, will be ••Id a large lot of welt kept Furniture. contitang of • peat variaty of the beat articiea. being the pro perty of a gentleman who » declining honaekeeping. Termacaah. PCLLIAM k DAVIs, 13 Aacta. MOKE THAN GOLD TO THE SICK. Soutk Ca'ZiZ'. ° f ** mo ' t r " ptfU,Ut in u „„„ . Cha*lesto.v. S. C„ Sept. 21. U53. t Mote tray .—The n)« of jour rf* .^»' e f ft «b!e Tinetuie ia increasing ereiy rn^i^. eV . er7 recommend* thit valuable .the aWicted. Several of our piaster* crJ .^!T t,D °!Bereut eaaea with aatoniahing «ac it by half dozeua. It haa been i greateat remedy for Rheumatic At ou a * wondeTfal core "hat been performed with a miffertnj by Fit*. I will furniah yoo ha number of certthcatea if von wiah thfjt-. *"»'* of the Esse*, ! " v^ wni 2&32E: ' remedy A f vT~ ,lnd T^r?" 4 tbU s F*»* fula. kr ' ***«*»■ nf < ou«b», Dv«nepaia. Scro fcc. MORTIMER k MOWBRAY. CIIRF lIP 240 Baltimore a«T~et. TISM-Cure $t DGHS - VERTIGO. RHELMA citv'of Baltimorevenerable Dr Dnnn aaon, of the j . JT* a well known. and whose t#*» TABLE^TINCTURE ampt ' of HAMPTON'S VEGE- Wr. .Vorh'mer tVZF/jJgSWti. bWl* HS .7d? H ton's Vegetable Tincture. SoSTto.' dJhJ'SE November 1 was taken with a verv «„j couth. I*m afl vised to take Cod Liver OU and did so, but setting no better, I was induced to trr vour Tinctrsrt—l got one bottle, and before 1 had taken it all, my cough left me. Permit me aiso to state that for the last fifteen years I have suffered very much from acute Rheumatism and Vertigo, confining me at times to my bed. lam fully convinced that I owe inj present good health to the use of the Tincture and a kind Providence. You are, my friends, at liberty to use thia a3 ysa may think proper, and believe me, Yours, very respectfully, G. DUNAN. N. B.—l can be seen at auy time at th» Mayor'* office. G. D. Delicate females and children will find thia a great blessing. It has restored thousands to health. HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE.—CaII and get pamphlets gratis, with hiatory of discovery of this wondeifu' Blood Purifier, and see certificates of our own citizens, of Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Scro fula, Liver Complaint, General Weakness, Nervous ness, fcc. tiC. Sold bv O.A.STRECKER, Richmond: JONES i CO.. ROBERTSON". WILSON It ALFRIED. Pe tersbure: Dr. COOKE, Fredericksbur*: MORTIMER J>. MOWBRAY, Baltimore, and by Druggists every where. per bottle : C bottles for ®5 oc 11 / u;ard~~aagl\st agi es.—tv:* is the season above ail others when Agues are most prevaient, ai.d the weuther at this particular time, is of that peculiar kind, cool mornings and evemnss, which rarely fail to give thia loathsome disease vital ity. Ou the south side of .fames River, the Matepo -01, Appomattox and Pamunkey, and 111 the lower sec tions of Virginia, especially ou the Ensteru shore. Agues are as regulerly expected to pay their annual visits, as are the various seasons of the year, and hun dreds of families look forward with melancholy dread to the appearance of the unwelcome guests All such apprehensions may now be given to the winds if those who are afflicted will avail themselves of the preventive now offered to them in BaKKR'S CELE BRATED PREMIUM BITTERS. From the mode rately active stimulating qualities of these Bitters, aed their healthy effects upon the stomach, bowels, bloc d, secretive and digestive organs, and their live ly, invigorating qualities, they cannot fail to produco just such results as will prevent an undue secretion of bile and a consequent derangement of the system. As a tonic they have no superior; and the Piojirietur is so well satisfied of their great utility in disease® arising from improper indigestion, that lie confident ly recommends it for all diseases that have their ori gin ia lota of appetite, sour stomach, etc. Price 50 cents per bottle. For sale by Mess™ Pur cell, Ladd &. Co., Bennett it Beers, Alexander Duval, Adie it Gray, Charles Millspangh, and Drug gists generally throughout the city. Also, by Todd k Christian, Petersburz; D. R. Lynmn Lynchburg; King St Toy, Norfolk; Dr. E. Camm, Williamsburg. Orders addressed to E. BAKE It, Richm-ind Va., will receive prompt attention. oe 11 IMPORTANT DISCOVERY!—RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES!!—BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are unfailing in the cure of Coughs, Cold", Asthma, Urouchitis, Sore Throat. Hoar* lies*, Difficult Brtathiu/, Incipient Consumption, ami diseases ot~ the I.uncs. They have 110 taste of medicine, and any child will take them. Thousands have been restored to health that had before despaired. Testimony Riven in hundreds of wises. A single dose relieves in i t;N M!NITES. Ask for P.ryon's Pulmonic Wafer*—the original and only aenuine i« stamped "Bryan." Spurious kinds are offered for sale. Twenty-five cut* a box. Sold by dealers generally. J. BRYAN &. CO., Rochester, N. Y., Proprietors. For sale by J. B. WOOD. Richmond: F. H. Robert son k Co., Peterebure; D. R. Lyman, Lynchburj; J. H. Patterson Si Cc., Wheeling. oc.6—3n.a LAMBERT'S LOTTERY OFFICE NO. 3 NORTH CALVERT STREET, BALTI MORE, OPPOSITE BARNUM'S HOTEL.-The purchase or sale of Lottery Tickets within the State of Virginia being now in violation of law, and at tended with a heavy penalty on conviction, the eft scriber would respectfully solicit the orders of hia friends and others who may feel disposed to purchase. Having been a resident of Richmond for upwards ot thirty years, and being pretty generally known throughout the State, he deems it almost unnecessary to give any further assurance that ail business colli ded to him will be promptly and properly atteudtd to. fy Packages, ringle Tickets and sharer, la all Maryland Lotteries, for tale. t fir" The printed official drawings sent to corra pendents by the first mail. r«r Prizes cashed at sight. Address THOMAS LAMBERT. my 14—ists Baltimore, M'i I ADIES, TAKE NOTICE.—LEVY JLi lias in store a large stock of French needle worked Embroideries, such as pointed Collars, Sleeves, HdkO, cbemuetts, cambric and a wit* Bands, which lam selling at half their value These Goods I bought at the North at auction, at greet. sacrifice.— lam selling thera at a small profit. Ribbons ot all kinds, some of the ricbest in this city, at half their vilue. If you wish to purchase good and cheap Ooods, give me a call at my old stand. 15 -Main and my new branch store, N0.75, next door to v> lute St Pagt's shoe store. , , cc 6 LEVY'S cheap cash stores. PICOT'S LUSTRAL HAIR TONIC — Th's matchless Beautifier ot the Hair is one of the beH preparat-oos for Improving, s'renglnenmg and promoting the growth of the Hair. It prevent# its falling out, and imparts to it a silky g!oss.uj« aud fine fragrance. Price ce oc 3 Dmggi. J. NOTICE —TO JOURNEY MEN SHOE MAKERS. —wanted, from eight 'o leu good WORKMEN, on both Ladies' and Oentleir.<-n'« Work. Tosuch as can make work to suit, I will give constant employment and iiber;U Boot acd Shoe Munntiicturf p, of. 12 No. 133 Main «ti OAT SPIKES. —FIFTY - C A BKI Wrought BOAT SPIKES, three Inches U> six inches inclusive. For sale by C.J. BINTON Il CO. Sign of tbe Circular Sew, ocll No. 71 Msiu elr*e'. CIOFFER RIVETS and BURRS, for ma- J chine beltiug; a supply just to hand, and for sai* by C i. SINTON fc. CO , Sign of the Circn'ar Saw, oc 12 No. 71 Vlain stre<;. PATTERN MAKERS' GOUOES AND CHISELS, an extra article, to which We ia\U# the attention of those in want. C. J. SINTON k CO., Sign of the Circular Saw, oc 12 No. 71 Main street. Notice.— My store wiirbfTcWdm DAY (Wednesday) and opeo tomorrow. ABRAHAM LEVY, oc 13—St No. 59 Main St.. oppi* : 'e Clt. Hotel. NO. 1 MACKEREL, in Kit*, Quarters a->d Half-Barrels; No. 1 Family Rue Herrings; No. I Halifax Herrings. For sale b» ocl2 A E.MOORE. IS OR mad «f. Successor to P Woolfolk, Jr. KYNOLDS celebrated HtOAk CURD MA MS; Shay's celebrated Segai Cored Hvus; Brmss' Family Sides and Shoulders. For sale by A. V MOORE. I<KJ Broad »t. Succeiaor to P. W olfolt, jr. oc 12_ DRIME (JOSHEN CHEKSE, MOIX- I TaIN BUTTER, and New Buek» h. at Fiour. Just received and for aal* by oc 12 A. K MOORE, ISO Rroadst. Successor to P. Wool folk. Jr. CMiKEsE.—' 75 boxes receiving ixtstvuui- J er ai d foraale b* oc 12 K H.BKINRFR. CarTStrret. Q ROUND ALUM SALT we II b? DAVENPORT, *LLtN It Ct>.