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s*?^Tn"nK\v -BV THE ARABIA—INTE RESTING PARTICULARS. The Arabia brought 134 passengers. The clipper ship Challenge had put into Fayal, i» a iiv TnM'rtw* vessel whose captain whs lately ill while at the Chlm ha islands. TV latest accounts from the Principalities state ,v,,. Bucharest and other cities had been placed in .•a -eel siege. Any one found in correspondence »i-ii the Turn* will be shot. ■y.,p Tnrk i-h H<-et left the Bosphoruson the 25th i r the Black Sea. liumors of a pacific termination of the difficulty current. It was said that a conference of the ivwors in reference to the luture prospectaofTur irv would he held at London. It was also said f,,it Austria would resume mediation, as she said , h' brr efforts in favor ol a pacific termination of ,V UitHculty will not be fruitless 'THE leasrEßx qunTroN. TJ pliable intelligence from the East was very -v It was true that the Turtts had crossed the it v'u'ie and occupied Kalafa*, arid it was reported . tiic Ka Miins had repulsed them near that r'.goe. ;.«,i-now >tatod positively that the Austrian } v i.ad preyed on the Sultan to accept a new j i -h tne t'*ar had approved on the condi j* i riwit i was accepted by the Sultan without i ation. Titc ettorts of diplomat y were now J to securing the joint assent ot the Sultan tnd Czar to that note. Tlicrc was talk ol opening the Turkish loan in ; i' I aitc,! States. The allied Jivs were collecting in the Sea of Mra. having >een dispersed uy a storm. I,ivtrpc«'L, Nov.s, —By sub-marine telegraph in : t encc has bet n received that fighting net ween ,-Tu k- ami Russian- was proceeding briskly in v. dla> hi*. A body <>1 2,000 Tutks appeared at tivjr.-c.is ami attacked tbe town. Tuis brought on ; . etus.enicutwith the Russian force despatched t • as-.-istancc of t.'C place, and great slaughter ( -ui'.i. Another encounter took place between i . 11 Turk- and a like number ot Russian cavalry, v ii Ktdatal and Sothia, when the Russians w :c!orced ;o retreat. ENGLAND AND IRELAND. Hrcat inund.itU'us had taken place in the south c : ; rt. i. Much damage was done at Cork. . •• premises ol J. I'. Hutchinson A: Co., Ameri ca:; re rchant» at Loudon, had been accidently turned. They were insured. MARKETS. I.ivsrpool, Nov. ■*>.—Provisions were dull. Beef, • •.. and l-a.-on -ell Ireely, at rates slightly lower, s- . uldcrs in !air demand, at 3;ls. Lard quiet at '•- 'i'iillow tiull at Is decline. South American of 4.000 bbls. rosin st Cs. Cd for common, arid 14s t;«r hue. No sales ot taror crude tuipen t::.i\ S-sie-of spirits turpentine at .Vs. Hi e r.nn. Congou teas had advanced Id a 1 1-21. No sa'. - ci tice. Prices firm. Sales ol the past injntli hiids. T.a if at Manchester was flat, but prices steady. London Money Market, Nov. 4tu.—baring a: Brothe:' quote American Stocks neglected and prL'esalm st nominal. The neiv issue of Penn pyl.'ar.ii Central Railroad Bonds was ottered at 90, with ictcrest, trom the first of January next, at v. j . ;; price sales were made. U. S. t»"s, 'tit*, (bonds,) 111)! . aim 2; ditto, (stock.) 110 aUO 1-2. Mary land .Vs. 'v a 97. Pentia. s's, (stock,) 82a 84; ditto, c sids.) -t?as9. Virginia o"s, (bonds,) !»."< a 96.— I*.£'-rent authorities quote Consuls at 94 1-2 a 95 aad S'4 7-8. * London Produce Market.—Baring i Bro. re port continued dullness in Colonial and Foreign p.-.ducts generally. Coffee firm. Rice was in im prov- i detmuid; sales of IUB tierces Carolina at2ss. iL a -''i- fi i. for middling to lair. Sugar dull, but improving towards the close. Tea firm and busi cf"limited, holders asking an advance. Bread ttu'i's quiet, but nol lers hr.n; red Wheato7 a 735.; w..ite 74-. a 80s.; Canal Flour3B a 395 .; Balto. and Ci.io 395. (ii. a 415.; Corn quiet and firm. Copper unchanged. Iron tirm at £8 a £85s. for c jinaiou, Hivd £8 os. a £8 10s. lor Kails; Scotch Pi" Las fluctuated! Rom 755. bd. a 785., butclosed at the former price. Havre. Cct. 31.—Sales of cotton for the week 4.OUU hales. &io\'k oI.UK) bales. Market quiet.— V.': ; eat tirm. Flour slightly easier. SECOND DISPATCH. TURKEST AND RUSSIA. OrnarPashi, before crossing the Danube, ad dressed a spirited proclamation to the army, stir ring uu their patriotism and declaring he would '•sacrifice his body and soul, to be revenged on the irivaders of his country." lie kept his word as to the Russian evacuation of the Principalities, and at the expiration ol the fit teen days, commenced hostilities in all directions, aria in good earnest. During the interim of fifteen days the Turks were actively employed in trans porting troops to certain portions oi the Danube, Iroin which they could cross with little further obstacle to the opposite banks held by the Rus sians. The passage of the Danube by the Turks under command of Omar Pasha was effected without op position. Tue reason assigned for the evacuation of Ka lafat by the Russians, was the great mortallry which prevailed among the troops in the ditfereut camps. it was rumored, however, that the Russians af terwards returned to Kalafat, and in a pitched bat tle had defeated the Turks. The main force of the Russians were in position rear llucharest, where several hundred pieces of ariilery were posted, and every preparation made lor defence. There were rumors prevalent that Reschid Pacha Lao retired from the Ministry. In the conflict at Giurgegos, which is stated to have iieeu very desperate, the Turks received the worst oi the fight and retreated up the river, close Iv followed by the Russians. lue Turks respect all loreign property under the Austrian iiaa. Another dispatch from Vienna, by way of Paris, under date of November 3d, announces that a battle had taken place near Kalafat between the Turks and Russians. The Turks numbered 8000, and the hussiau fore™ was only 2,500. The engagement was a desperate one, and lasted about two hours, when the Kus.-ians retreated with a heavy loss. Prince Gorchakotfhad l«ft Bucharest for Karai < >a. His departure produced a profound sensa t. n. A ( atrb was expected to take place in that direction. Karaiova was full of Russian troops. it was supposed that the Rus-ians w T ould pur pose1 }- ailow a considerable portion of the Turks to ' - a. lish themselves in Lesser Wallachia, in or der to bring them to battle as soon as possible; and the Russians felt confident of victory, they would, after driving back the Turks, quietly await t.ie settlement ol the affair on such terms as the -teat European powers thought ieasonable. lue con. inea fleets of England and Francelieat J-apsa in the Dardanelles. ' V l ,'* ba f despatched Namir Pasha to Paris and London on a special mission. Ah tne iids ian subjects in Turkey are placed unni rtne protection of Austria. A refugee tumult had taken place at Pera. n <ren<h awl (-English officers were arriving in 1 »' considerable numbers. i;.e fit cat European Powers were actively at Wor * t J check hostilities. \» itn regard to the new note reported to have (irtl v " U P at *be sailing of the Baltic, it is sta oat the ( zar accepted it on condition that En f-'iaiiu and 1-ranee would guarantee the Sultan's <* ' Cprani c. which, however, it is understood those ' ou:itri. - declined to do, neither being disposed to u-e , , r , j ;ja _ Xbe ('zar declared that this would e -iK' i i-t tiropo-iition he would make or accept, i council of the Turkish dignitaries, i' was ' u ■>» about to be called together in Turkey to consult on tliesubject. OMAR i'aciia's proclamation. 'ne following proclamation was addressed by raeha to the Turkish troops previous to his cros.-mg the Danube: ] PROCLAMATION. m, j (jria< Collier#: VV hen, firm and courageous, u jage the enemy, we will not fly—but sac ">uy goal to be avenged. Look to the Aor Hi:; ~ tue Koran we have sworn You are Mus t au d ' ul,t " o£ y° u arc ready to sacrifice . ' lj for your religion and government vi" r i l '.'-" y° u * single man afraid of d " 6s y so,—for it isdanaerousto face the w . 11 /', euclj wen- ■»'- who is under a feeling oi •buu.a be employed in hospitals or other occu i• I ... ut he who remains with us and turns his .. di the enemy shall be shot. Let courageous t,'A' ( , W .". , /' sve ' on ? Manifested their devoteaness yr, '*i '"'V 8 throne, remain ! Their hearts ■V I I " ! Rnf i if faithful to religion they "ive'': ' Ae f ,e "iselv(s bravo. God will assuredly victory. Soldiers! let us purily our iif |JUt confidence in a God. Let us ho' i ■?. ■) , *~ !ia '' , 'iCce ourselves like our ancestors, •* ■ • .• y ' '■oueatlieil our country and our reli ' , u " rV '* ought to bequeath them to our cbii to •, . ou are nil aware that the great object ol n''< *® rve God and the Sultan worthily, ii' a b'-aven! Soldiers, »iay God protect • '■> .a v. toe honor to believe and serve in • ' 1 «ne»pahties. k.vclavd. -i " V '* WJgwi bad been suppressed. cr< h4 A tiJ " iu l "* Bank of England had in a. J" TjP' !ast w <»r news was not known, ; u .t', ,lu, !'«ch was not received from Londoe ' * to the vU'sujer'i sailitig, zr« Lt 'r Ji W "'' r" deuiaod, aiid silver was in 110 J ' idU w ' d EXTENSIVE CONFLAGRATIONS IN N. YORK. We find the following in the New York Herald, of Thuraday. An extensive conflagration broke out thin morn tag, completely destroying the extenslva concern known as the Empire Iron Work#, toot of Twenty, third st reet and East river. Whilst thl« was ragina iuriou»ly, an alarm waa ru»jc lor a tiro in tiro Third fire district. The block ot houses in Greenwich street from Troy to Jane, and running back to Washington afreet, waa owum.j.l.ioclu llng aaung other large «• JP. iano ,HCtor y. 'he Empire S r Sbr i rou * tu " k Wor ". » '««»» «'»< f' ® *™* factory, and other mau- trvukn p C Jr» by lHtter rtre " e*timatod »T ie artially insured. ou *treet alio d eat hoy ©d Vf?U «n » lal4 «tf»ctury, the Empire Feed wL"*,; Chapman * building*. which were used tor a variety ot manufacturing purpose#. By this calamMy one thousand meShwlE have been thrown out ol employment. Tue Express says; In the House ot Refuje, which ii within 30 or 6) tcet ot the buildings destroyed, there wu- croat contusion and excitement. This house i« full of v* N "' l th,> scene »l»rm was indescribable.— 1 hey were all locke#up in their cells, hy order of «ie Superintendent—and the root of the house be ing shingled, tbe Cbtel o« Police, and aids were compelled to keep it wet by carrying up water with buckets. Some of the girls were crying, and screaming, and praying, and some were in hyste rtc* and (ome mtikluj lun ot the Policeman This building was saved only by the extraordinary el torts ol the Fire Department. Iwo docki ol sheep, one hundred or more, in stables near the building on fire, were saved, but a large number of Ilogs and Uxen were burut up, it being impossible to get them out. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS OF THE. FIRE IN TROY,JANE, AND WASHINGTON STS. fbis seems to be almost as disastrous a lire as that recorded in 25th street. The loss of property is Immense, variously stated at from $120,000 to Si.j l.Oik). The entire block of buildings from Sne kerDistilery, in Troy street, to Washington, along Washington to Jaue,und up Jane street to No. 94 w is destroyed. Thus we have had in one morning half a million of dollars worth ot property destroyed by tire, more rhau one thousand people thrown out ol employ ment, and sixteen lamilies burned out. FROM MEXICO. A despatch from New Orleaus furnishes the fol lowing additional news from Mexico: Adviees have been received from Mexico to the sth inet. The recent difficulty between the Mexican Government and the Spanish Minister has been settled, and the latter has returned to his post. A notiti ntion has been i.-sued to contractors, iuvit ing bids lor the construction of a railroad from Vera Cruz to the Pacific via Puebla and the city of Mexi co. The time allowed tor the bids is lour months. It is rumored that Messrs. Bellanger and Ricards, tne latter an Englishman, have already obtained the contract. The cholera was abating in Bajaca, and there were only a few scattered oases in Puebla and the city of Mexico. Gen. Lavega has been promoted to a General of Division, for nis services in suppressing the recent rebellion in Y ucatan. The State of Yucatan was still ravaged by cho lera. Over 1700 persons had (lied in Meridaof the disease, including mary of the most respectable citizens. Another Victim.—Tue Komney Intelligencer of the 11th ins'., says that George Lease was stab bed iu a fight near Frankfort in Hampshire coun ty, on the 3d inst., by Thos. White, causing his death in a lew hours. Drinking waa at the bottom of the aftair. The Syracuse Republican of the 16th instant, contains an important leader, developing the pro bability of a general union between the national Democrats and the national Whigs. As an indica tion put forth in an influential organ, it attracts con siderable attention. ARREST OF THE NEGRO CHARLES. The negro Charles, mentioned in another part of this paper as having escaped from thijail of Jtffer sou county, where he wascontined on the charge of committing rape upon a white lady, was arrested on Thursday, and re committed to jail. Vermont Senator.—Five additional ballots were made by the Legislature on Thursday for a United States Senator, the last resulting as follows: Kellogg, D., 88; Collamer, W., 85; Brainard, free soil, 12. The pacing horse Hero, which was bo cruelly over worked at the Union Course, Long Island, last week, is dead. Thus two noble animals have been sacrificed to the cupidity an J brutality of their in human owners. Hon. John S. Wells, of New Hampshire, will pro bably be Mr. Atherton's successor in the U. S. Se nate. Mr. Wells is a lawyer, and gentleman of considerable talent. Henry D'VVolf, Esq., the U. S. Consul to Dundee, whose death was announced yesterday, was among one of the first coil-us appointed oy President Pierce. He sailed for Europe about a month ago in the Baltic,but had only been at "fiis destination two days, when he was compelled to return by the sudden illness which .finally terminated his life on Tuesday, the day after the arrival of the Baltic; at New York. St. John papers of theS'h instant, mention nu merous desertions of Bnitish soldiers at Frederick ton and St. John. At the latter place, on Saturday night, thirteen deserted in a body, taking with theui their side arms. Very few are captured. DOGGETT & ANDERSON, corner of Thirteenth and Franklin streets, dealers in French and American PAPER HANGINGS, CUR TAIN GOODS, Cornices, Bands, Cords. Tassels and Gimps, Floor and Table OIL CLOTHS, Mattings, Window Shades and Blinds, best curled Hair and Shuck MATTRASSES, FEATHER BEDS, Bolsters and Pillows, have on hand the most extensive and elegant stock of the above goods for the fall trade ever ottered iu this city, which will be sold on rea sonable terms, wholesale and retail. Paper Hanging and Upholstering attended to promptly in the city or country. A call from our friends and the public gen erally is respectfullv solicited. se 17—3 m Dividend notice.—At a Acting of the President and Directors of the Rich mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Com pany, on the 2Zd day of October, 1833— Res-jlved, That a Dividend of 3J per cent, out of the profits of the Company for six months, ending 3nth September last., be declared, payable to the Stockholders or their legal representatives, on and after the first of November next. C. \V. MACMURDO. oc 20 Treasurer R.F. it P. R. Co. KCOKATED CHINA VASES.—A variety of handsome shapes; Cut and Gilt De canters; Spoon Glasses; Bisque Figures, and numerous articles of Parisian Ware, with other Fancy Chiua, at BULKLEY it CO.'S, no 10 187 Main street. VTIItGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.— T On and after November Ist, the passenger train will leave Richmond at twenty-five minutes past 0 o'clock, A. M., and stop for breakfast at the Junction, oc 2->— lm E. H.GILL, Sup't. UTOCKS J- OK SALE— O 50,mj0 COUPON BONDS VA. & TENN. R. R. 10,000 CORPORATION OK LYNCHBURG. 8,000 do do ALEXANDRIA. 3,000 CITY OF RICHMOND. 5,000 STATE OF VA. For sale in sums to suit purchasers. oc 28-dts C. W. PURCELL k CO. PORTRAIT PAINTING.—JOHN B. L MARTIN hai returned to the city for n $hort period, and has taken one of the offices at the EDGE MONT HOUSE, (on Main street) for a studio during hi« itay. Persona wishing to see him will find him there every day from 9 to 5 o'clock- oc ' m DR. CHANDLER, (Graduate) Dentist, having returned to the city, (after an abseoee of several weeks) offers his professional services the public. Office 14ft, Main street. Eagle »<]uare. „ RKf KKENCES.-Profes.orC. B. Prof. C F. Johnson, Rev. Dr. HowelLßev. J. B Tsylor.Rev Ro. Rviand, A. G. Wortham U. V., VV .... *. Butler K*j. Richmond ; Prof. C. A. Haj n «j " T etter Nuble' Prof. W. R. Handy, Prof. C. O. Cone, Lester ISuwe, D. D. 8., Baltimore. oc^-tt I>OYS' OVER qOATS-We have on 1> h«nd a large stock of Boys' <o]- ER COATS, of several quality t WKISIGER, uolfl No. 112 Main street. ?~ADY CLOTHS AND VELVET TRIM- M.J MINGS.—By the Roanoke, we are receivhif ten, drab and other Lady Cloths, and the various widths of Ve,vet V ALENTI»®, CRENSHAW k CO., No. W, cornn Broad, 9th and Capitol sti., nO l3 wc&x C*pwi Square. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [srsciAL Disr atchJ Explosion of a Locomotive. LTMtmm, No*. 18.—The Locomotive Abing don exploded thi* morning at Big Spring, on the Virginia and Tennewee Railroad. The Engineer, whose name waa Albaugb, was killed. The fire man escaped. THE MARKET* Baltimokx, Nov. 18.—Sales of 4,200 bbls Flour •t 86 37, and 4000 bbls at $6 50. Red Wheat, $1.35 to 81.38; White, «1.43 to $1.48. Yellow Corn, 65 to 66 centa. New Ycrk, Nor, 18.—Salea of 25.000 bbl* Flour, •t 87.00 to $7.18 for Southern. Weatern White Whent, $1.72 to $1.74. Yellow corn, 81 cents. MILLINERY. CILK BONNETS AND DRESS CAPS. KJ N. C. BARTON, 109 Main street, above 14th is prepared to tumish visitors, at the shortest notice, with bilk. Satin, Velvet and Straw BONNETS: dress CAPS and HEAD DRESSES, CLOAKS, CAPES and MANTILLAS; also, a variety of mourning and French embroidered COLLARS and under SLEEVES, and embroidered and tinsel Neck and Sash RjBBONS. lj# r ' Especial attention paid to orders. oc 27 Robert Mcnahee, surgical & DENTAL INSTRUMENT MAKER, Main utreet, opposite the Banks, manufactures and keeps on hand, every description of Surgical and Dental Instruments, viz: Amputating, Trepanning, Mid wifery, Pocket Instruments, in cases; Eye Cases, Spring Lancets, Extracting and Dissecting Instru ment*, fee fee Old Instruments of every kind repaired and put in ora « r - no 12—lm I YJfSPEPSIA AND LI VE R C OM- PLAINT rank as moat difficult to cure. We are pleased to have it in our power to point out a remedy which has proved effectual in many cases, and wbicn we can safely recommend as a certain and infallible cure; it has been the means of rescuing thousands ' r ?™ •?. untimely grave. We mean the HOOK LD*& GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by Dr. C. -VI JACKSON, ac the Herman Medicine Store, 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. • rio 17—ditc3w FjR SALE I'RIA ATELY, one of those new HOUSES on the South side of Main, be tween 7tb and Bth streets. The House is three stories nigh above the basement, has four passages and ten rooms, all handsomely finished, and built of the best inaleriats, with all the modern improvements and conveniences, such as gas, water closets, bathing ILc. 6ic. Good kitchen, servants' rooms, Ike. Terms accommodating. Apply to no U—l»t GODDIN & APPERSON, Aucts T° ir'AREMti AND GUARDIANS.— I have at this time In my School, the limited number of Boaroers, (2ft,) for which I advertised, and a.i of the rooms hitherto appropriated to the ac commodation of young ladies are tilled. Not wishing, however, to exclude those who have recently applied for admission, and others who may hereafter apply, I take this method of informing all interested, that by a uew arrangement ot my rooms I can divote sorae apartments, heretofore otherwise occupied, to the use of Boarders, and thus accommo date a larger number than I have had during any previous year. Apply in person, or by letter, to Rev. M. D. HOGE, no I>—dGt clt* Richmond. BANK SIOCK.—I aui authorized to sell 51 shares of Bank of Virginia, and 20 shares ol Fanners' Bauk Stock. Apply to UEO. D. FISHER, At office of Crenshaw It Fisher, on the North no 9—ts side of the Basin. FRUIT.—The subscriber has A just received a supply of the following fresh ar ticles of the new crop, viz—RAISINS, in whole, halves and quarter boxes; Smyrna FIGS, CRAN BERRIES, CURRANTS, CITRON, DATES, bc., which he offers for sale at wholesnle and retail, at No. 152, nextdoor to Exchange Bint. oc29—ts JUAN PIZZINI. IMVE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE ward.—THE ANTIDOTE by Dr Jeffries cures a certain diaease in from three to five days, without restriction as to diet, exposure or application tQ bu siness. The proprietor challenges a single case the anti dote will cot cure. Price 51, with full directions. Sold only by BENNETT b BEERS, Druggist*, sole agents for Richmond. oc B—dSm if LICORICE, FLOUR, &c.— 10 cases Barracoa Stick Licorice 6 do. C. bA. Paste do. 40 do. Sanford do. do. 70 bbls. Rivanna extra Flour 50 ounces Otto of Roses 400 lbs. very superior Tonqua Beans Ploughs, Feed Cutters and Corn Snellers, various sizes, now in store, and for sale on accommodating terms by JOHN A. ROBINSON, no IS Corner of Cary and Va. streets. SCHOOLER'S GEOMETRY. —J. W. k? RANDOLPH has just published—price £2—Ele ments of Descriptive Geometry— lie Pthe Straight Line and the Plane, by S. S' hool- . M. A., Instructor in Mathematics at Hanover Academy, Va. The printing, paper and engravings in mw Hook are in the finest style of the arts, and is uitoge'.her supe rior to any English or American work on the subject, no If \TKW AND POPULAR BUOKS.-Wes -11 tern Characters, or Types of Border Life, by .1. L. McConnell, author of Talbot and Vernon, The Gleans, be. With illustrations by Darley. In 1 vol, 12 mo. Price $1 25. The Blackwuter Chronicle, by the Clerke of Ox en f'urdj. Illustrated by Strother. In 1 vol, 12m0.— $1.. Life '-ii the Vission, the Camp and the Zenana. By Mrs. Colin Mackenzie. 2 vols, 12 mo. cloth. ©2. Barriugton's Sketches. Personal Sketches and Me moirs o. his owu time. By Sir Jonah Barrington.— With illustrations by Darfey. Si 25. Jomini's Waterloo. The Political arid Military History of the Campaign of Waterloo. From the French of Geu. Baron Jornini. By Lieut. Benet,-U. S. A. Map, 12mo, cloth. 82. Moore's Life of Sheridan. Memoirs of the Life of the Right Hon. R.chard Brinsley Sheridan. By T. Moore. With Portrait after Reynolds 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. --$2. Lorenzo Benoni,or Passages in the Life of an Ital ian. Edited by a Friend. 12 mo, cloth. &I. The -Works of Shakspeare. Reprinted from the newly discovered copy of the Folio of 1632, in the posa-ssiou of J. Payne Collier, containing early man uscript corrections. Imperial Bvo. Cloth, $1; sheep $1 2). The Works of Shakspeare, the same as the above. Uniform in size with the celebrated Chiswick ed. 8 vols, IK mo. cloth. S). JAMES WOODHOUSE, Eagle Square, no 18 Rich mond, Va. OMAXTIC INCIDENTS.—GEORGE M. WEST, Exchange Bookstore offers for sale— Romantic Incidents in the Lives of the Quaens of England, by J. P. Smith, author of Amy Lawieuce, Scanfield Hail, tc., 1 vol. cloth—sl Reynold's New Book: The Countess of Arnheim— 500 Carpenter's Physiology of Temperance—37c Aristophanes. vol. 2d—sl 25 The H. Family, by Miss Bremer—Si n036 Wil. F. ADCOCK &, CO. are constant ly receiving all the new styles of gentlemens' furnishing and fancy GOODS as soon as they are in troduced in the Northern cities. Those who wish to find a large And choice selection are advised to call at their store, under the American Hotel. no 16 "jVTEKIJiO UNDER SHIRTS & DRAW ERS —We have in store an excellent stock of Lambawool snd Merino Shirts and Drawers, at all prices. Also. Cravats, Stocks, Collars, and Suspen ders. HART & MOSES, no 16 63 Main street. LAID COTTON CASHMERES. —Re- ceived this 'Horning by Roanoke, one case plaid Cashmeres at 12J cents per yard, fast colors; also, one case fine furniture Prints, at 9 cepts per yard, worth 12.1. HART k MOSES, D 0 is " 63 Mam street.T| Family groceries.—The subscri ber keep# constantly on hand a foil and well «e --lected stock of Family Groceries to which hetovUe. the attention of bis fnend^^^ep^hc^neraily. no 18 Corner of Broad and 4th streets. OSHER & WILSON'S FAMILY HAMS, a very •°P?r° r I! .« rt ftWelTOV and for sale by JAMES B. SHELTU.N, no 18 Corner of Broad and «th streeU. PRIME FAMILY LARD, in pails, very white and nice, for B. SHELTON, n0 18 Corner of Bread and 4th streets. Onions, in barrels and on strings, for „leby JAMES B SHELTON, jhj is Comer of Broad and 4th street*. V/ seven years old and ve'V superior, for sale by JAMES B. SHELTON, n* *.8 Corner of Broad aud 4th streets. VEW CROP FIGS.—SO boxes and 25 XI drums new cfopFigs, just received per steamer, and for sale by S. BONAVITA t CO., no 18 No. "6 Main street. i *R4J£GE£L !—5 bjtja. sweet, V" Oranges, jut reeeivb&Md for sale by 8. BONAVITA & CO, do 18 No. 76 Main street. IFBBENCE OF COFFEE.—A pocket at J-i 134 cent*. Save* 4 pounds of best Coffee. Sold 6y BENNETT k BEER?, no ll Draifim ABonTOTSr""* OH TUESDAY,"tie 2SW in.ti.nt, com. " meneiog at lOo'clock. we will sell at our auc lon store, an assortment of GROCERIES, lit, consist log in pan of— 50b hda Porto Rico and New Orleans SUGAR, fair to . Prime quality SObbUCottee SUGAR CANDY. SALT. MUSTARD Hennessey BRANDY, Port WIVE Champagne WINE, Madeira WINE Imperial aod Pouchong TEAS CIGARS. OIL. fcc. TekMs—Under #100, cash: orer #108, four months cedlt for approved negotiable paper. Car* Sale without regard to weather. DUNLOP, MONCURE k CO, "" Aucts BY KENT PAINE <L KENT. VALUABLE manufacturing site and B WATER POWER AT RICHMOND. VA. Y virtue of a deed of trust executed to rae by the Virginia Woolen Company on the Sfith day of September, 1853, and recorded hi the Clerk b office of the Court of Hustings for the city of Richmond, on TUESDAY, the 15th day of Novem ber, at 12 o'clock, I shall proceedto sell at public auc tion, apou the premises, the lot of ground and water power thereto attached, upon which were situated the manufacturing mills of the Virginia Woolen Com pany. 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 a land depth of not less than 130 feet. The water power is sufheient to proptl what was, in 1846 and 1848, known as 13 setu of Woolen machinery. The heavy granite basement of the mills, covering nearly the entire lot. will be sold with the Jot. The lot and water power is subject to an annual ground and water rent of #1,600 per annum. The chain of title and a plat of 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. Terms of Sale :—One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months, interest added; negotiable notes with ap proved endorsers, will be required tor the credit in stalments, and title retained until the notes are paid. Directly after will be sold all the brick work of the Miils, estimated as containing 230,000 BRICKS, and the remaining wood work. Terms—4 mouths credit for negotiable notes with approved endorsers, inter est added. The title to all the foregoing property is believed to be perfect; but selling as Trustee, I shall sell and con vey onlv such title as is vested in me by the deed aforesaid. JOS. JACKSON, Jr., Trustee. Sale conducted by Kent, Paine L Kent, Aucts. se 28—dtds POSTPONEMENT.—TIie foregoing sale if una voidably postponed until TUESDAY, the 22nd inst., when it will certainly take place. 15 JOS. JACKSON, Jr. Trustee. Large sale of fresh and sea ,?£c N r^ B J E u DR I^. ODS AT AUCTION.—On \ i u ' 24th instant, commencing at 10 0 clock, we will sell at uor Auction Rooms, several invoices of fresh fancy and staple DRY GOODS comprising a great variety of desirable styles, adapt ed to the season. n , lso '. ell an invoice of choice STOCK CjUUuS, with which we will commence the sale. Terms—All sums under BiMt cash, over that amount 4 menths credit for appieved paper. ~ , , KENT, PAINE it KENT, no —d*ds Auctioneers. BY GODDIN b APPERSON. SALE OF HORSES, MULES, CAR BUGGY CORN, OATS. FURNI auRE, tc.—Will be sold on FRIDAY, the 25th No vember. 18j3, commencing at 11 o'clock, A. M., at the residence of Mons. Prave, in Henrico, near the 1 lank Road, about 2 miles West of the city, two Horses, four Mules, four Cows, one Carriage, Buggy, lot of Corn and Oats and an excellent parcel of Fur niture, corsisting of the usual variety, and a small stock of tine old Brandy and Wine. Terms—sso and under, cash; over that amount, 4 months credit for approved endorsed negotiable pa "Q '8 GODDIN U APPERSON, Aucts. SALE OF CORN, OATS, FODDER, HORSE, BAROUCHE, MILCH COWS.fcc- Will be sold on Thurday. 24th November, 1833, at the residence of Mr. Valentine Heckler, near to Fairfield, commencing at 11 o'clock : ISO barrels Corn about 30,000 lh« Sheaf Oats, 20,000 lbs. Fodder, one Horse and Barouche, two fine Milch Cows, four Heifers. Terms—All suui* under $50 cash, over that amount four month* credit tor satisfactorily endorsed negotiable paper. By request of Mr. August Scliad. no 18 GODDIN b APPERSON, Auctioneers. rpHtt VALUABLE FARM CALLED A " KAOLIN/' TEN MILES BELOW RICH MOND, AND PERSONAL ESTATE THEREON FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on TUES DAY, the 22d day of November, 18 "S3, if fair, if not, the next fuirday, at "Kaolin," the residence of the late Wm. I). Jennings, deceased, on the Charles City Court House road, 10 miles below Richmond, all the personal and perishable estate thereon, consisting of Horses, Mules, Hogs, Cattle, Waaons, Carls, Farming Implements, crops of Corn, Fodder, Hay, Wheat, Straw, Ike. The mules, four in uumber. are very su perior, and there is a large parcel of hogs and cattle, and about 300 barrels corn. The snle will commence precisely at II o'clock. Terms—All sums under $2" cash; over that amount (1 mi ntlis credit, for bonds with .good security, bear ing interest, with an endorsement thereon, that if the principal be paid within ten day« after maturity, the interest will be remitted. \V. GODDIN, Executor of Wm.®. Jennings, dee'd. P. S. Immediately preceding the sale of the above personal estate, the farm called '* KAOLIN," re cently purchased by Mrs. Maria L Jennings, will be sold, she having concluded to remove to Rich mond. This farm contains 419 acres and is so well known that a further description i* deemed uuueces- sary. The terms, which will be made very accommoda ing, will be made known at the hour of the sale. A first rate carriage will also be sold, nov 17 GODDIN b APPERSON, Auct*. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF FARM \J IN HENRICO COUNTY, NEAR FOUR MILE CREEK CHURCH.— By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of Henrico, pronounced on the Bth of November, 1853, iu the suits of 'tflaxall, guara'n, be-, against Hitchcock, be-," we ihall proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, ou MONDAY, the 28th November, 1853, it fair, if not, the next fair day, at 12 o'clock, M.. the tract of land of which John Hitchcock died seized, called "Freyger's," situated ill Henrico county, n(»-to Four Mile Creek Church, on the mJn road to Charles City court house, con taining about 300 acres. This Farm is now in the oc cupancy of Mr. Benjamin Mosby. who will, we pre sume. show it to any one disposed to purchase. Terms—Enough in cash to pay the cost* and char ges of executing said decree and the costs of the suit, audthe balance in 3 equal instalments at 6, 12 and It mouths, for bonds, with approved security, andti.le retained till last bond is paid, and a conveyance di rected by the Court. EDWD. Y. CANNON,, THOS J. EVANS, } Com "■ fySale conducted by .GODDIK b APPERSON, Aactg. no 17—tds COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE ON CHURCH HILL —By virtue of a dec.ee of the Circuit Court of tbe oounty of Henri co, pronounced on the sth November, 1853, in theca«e of Williams and a'.s against Bradley, Sic., tbe under signed, the commissioner thereby appointed, will proceed to sell at public aw-tion, upon the premises, on FRIDAY, the 2d day of December, 1853, at 3j o'clock, P.M.,the real estate referred to in the said decree, consisting of tbe House aud Lot on Church Hill, recently occupied by Mrs Lucy Burton, situated on the north side of Broad street, adjaning the resi dence of Mr. R. H. Whitlack. Terms—One-fourth cash, .balance at 6, 12 and 18 months for negotiable notes, or bonds. <with good se curity, bearing interest and title retainad till the last note or bond shall be paid, a ltd a conveyance directed by the Court JNO. W. BRADLI.Y. Com'r. ry Sale conducted byGODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts. 00 17—dtds \ 7 ALU ABLE IMPROVED REAL ES- V TATE IN THE CITY OK RICHMOND, ON SOUTH SIDE OK CARY, BETWEEN J2th AND 13th STREETS, KOR SALE AT AUCTION.-Will be sold on MONDAY, the 2Ut Nor., 1853, upon the premises, commencing at 1 o'clock. P. M-, those two valuable three story Brick Tenements, on the south side of Cary, between 12th and tfth street*, now in the occupancy of Messrs. Morton, Booker X Co. and John H. Eustace and son, each fronting about 24 feet and running back 110 feet to an alley; and bounded on the west by a cross alley. This property is located in the most business part of Cary street, and is near to the Basin and the large and handsome warehouse," now being erected by Messrs. Bacon k Baskerviil. The attention of capi tal isrs and others, i* particularly called to this sale. Terms—One-fourth cash, balance at 6, 12 and 18 mouths, for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed. no 14—did GODDIN fc APPERSON. AucU. FOR SALE.—Tbe subscriber of- X fers for sale the farm on which be resides, about seven miles froin Richmond, near the turnpike road, adjoining the lands formerly owned by Patrick H. Gentry, containing 64 acres, with about 1000 or 13">U cords of wood on it, besides timber; with a good ice house, and other buildings. Persons disposed to pur chase will please call aud view for tneuiselves — Terms will be made accommodating. Also the stock of Cows, Hogs, Com, Koddet, ko Th» above property will be sold at public auction on FRIDAY, the 2d day of December next, if fair, if not tbe next fair dav thereafter, at 10 o'clock, A. M., should it not be sold privately previous to thai time. nov 12—dtd* JAMES PADGETT BaLLARD'S LIQUID HAIR L»VE— Only one preparation and superior to all others. Will restore Grey Hair to Its original color, whether,. Auburn, Black or Sandy. Will not wash out and U jummaiy yto',"-'; w»- feXNwCTT It BEERS, no 11 Druggists. BOYS' CLOTHING. —Boys' liox, Drtsa F.ocks, Sacks, O'er C»»t*, Pants, Vests, lie. .KEEN, MULES k BALDWIN, uol7 No. 1W Main st. Auerm,. 1 4cj.iT iff*—X&fifig&B Bn; gnasir t , > S*btaiSlk,nfe2£^—On. <ta 22d da; of tote of tli« l»teTbom»T^7i t^ to the e* Sergeant of the cft?rt*£hSf^P^^ OTOCKS, UNDER TitOST DEEI>sL O Will be «old at auction, at the Anuria*.,' nil , at 12 o'clock, on TUESDAY, tfc# S2d 5 0t ? , » five shares of EXCHANGE HOTEL SfocK five ibareaof JAMES RIVER AND KAXAwtf? STOCK, conveyed to me in trust, by deed r - eo ,V~i in the Hustings Court, on the — dav of GEO. 8. PALMES, Tra«„ Sale conducted by John A. Lancaster k Sok Stock Broken. no 14—tS ' I BV JAMES M TAYLOR. " £lOUSES1 OUSES AND LOTS IN FULTON, at 1- AUCTION.—On WEDNESDAY, 23d of Nor, i o'clock, P. M , upon the premises, will be told two new framed TENEMENTS in Fulton, now yielding a fine per cent npon coat. Also, 10 BUILDING LOTS, wall situated for Im provement Terms—One-third cash, balance at 6 months with interest and title to be retained until payment in full. no 19—dtd J AS. M. TAYLOR. Anrr. f OMMISSIONER'S SALE.—As Com- V</ mlssioner named in a decree made on the 12tb day of November, 18-53. in the suit pending in the Circuit Court of Richmond, styled Davenport ri. Da venport, fcc., I shall offer for sale at public anciion, on the premises, on THURSDAY, November 24, 1853, at 4 o'clock, P. M., that Lot of with brick dwelling-house thereon, of which Rev. David Roper died seized, lying on the eastern side of 3d, between Grace aod Franklin streets, fronting 55 feet and run ning back 130 feet. Terms of Sale.—One-third cash; balance in two instalments, at 6 and 12 months, with interest added, tor negotiable notes, with approved endorsers, and retaining the title until ft conveyance is directed by the Court. H. A. CLAIBORNE, Commissioner. At the same time and place, will be sold a sma'l lot of handsome HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, no 15 JAS. M. TAYLOR, Anct. A I DESIRABLE FAMILY RESI ■ DENCE AND BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE BY AUCTION.—WiII be sold on MONDAY, the 21st day of November, on the premises, commencing at 3 o'clock, P. M., the preseut residence of V\ illiam Evans, situated on Henry and Clay streets, in the most extensively improving part of the city The ouse contains nine rooms, eight of them with fire laces, with a large kitchen, wash room, store room, and ample convenience for servants; together with a brick smoke house and cellar beneatb, and a well of excellent water in the yard. Will also be said seve ral desirable unimproved BUILDING LOTS on Clay, Catherine and Henry streets. Those desiring a con venient family dwelling or eligible building lots, would do well to attend this sale. Terms : One-fourth cash, the balance in six, twelve and 18 months, with interest from the day of sale, and satisfactorily secured, no 12 JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auct. After the above, will be *old that newly erected frame House, at the northeast intersection of Clay and Gilmer streets, now orcupied by Mr. Paul Jones. The premises are in excellent order, and are pecu liarly adapted for the comfort of a moderate *ized family, having 4 good rooms and outhouse*. Terms will be made liberaL 110 14 J. M. T., Auct. BY DAVENPORT, ALLEN b CO. QflO CASES BUO'iS, SHOES AND UV/U HATS, AT AUCTION.—On WEDNES DAY. 23d November, we will sell at 10 o'clock, at our auction atore, an assortment of BOOTS, SHOES and HATS —all fresh and desirable goods, direct from the manufacturers, consisting of— Mens'thick water proof BOOTS Gents' tine calf do, Hungarian BOOTS Men and Boys' L and B SHOES Do. <fo. pegged do. Women's G.i ITERS, BUSKINS and TIES Misses' SHOES Youths and Boys'BOOTS and SHOES, of various qualities, be., be. ALSO, 100 cases HATS. Tk.rms—Under $100 cash; $100 and over, 4 month* credit for approved paper. DAVENPORT, ALLEN b CO., no 10—dtds Auct*. VTEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!—SE COND SUPPLY OF FALL AND WINTER UOODS!!!—The subscriber is receiving and opening to-day his second supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS, and having bought goods ou account of the depressed state of the money market, very cheap, he is enabled to *ell at very low prices and respectfully solicits a call of the ladies particularly and the public generally, being determined to self great bargains.— Among his Urge and well selected stock are to be ftnnd the most desirable good*, consisting in part of t&e following goods: Worsted Plaids, richest colors, 25 cent* a yard; Kid Glove*, Black, White and Fancy, a superior article, cents a pair; Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, extra tiue, $2 a dozen, worth at least $&; White all Linen (flamask Table Cloth*, 2 yards wide. 90 cents a yard; Black Lace Veil*, 374 cent*; embroidered Hdkfs., 37J cents, and some 50 cent*, worth $1.50; Brown and Bleached Domestics 6J cent* a yard: China Button*, 12 dozen for cents; PurniMre Prints, 64 cents a yard—beside* an extensive assortment of fateat style* dress goods. All sorts of Domestic*, Hosiery, Embroi deries, Ribbon*, and a great variety of trimming*, and Fancy Good*, all of which will be sold cheap, and many article* cheaper than Cfcey can be bought elie where. V. COHEN, Formerly Wechtler It Cohen, corner of Broad and sth streets. oc 26—dim* NEWS. —Ju&t received, a second VX supply of very cheap BLANKETS. LINSEYS, heavy woolen SATINETS, square and long SHAWLS, FLANNELS of all colors, French and English MERINOS, ALPACA and black Canton CLOTH, BOMBAZINE, plain and brocade SILKS, MOUSELINES and CALICOES at all price* and the best assortment of embroidered L. C. IIDKFS., SLEEVES, CHEMISETTES, cambric and muslin BANDS, lace, muslin, carabric, Crosha and Htruaton COLLARS; also, a superior article of iamb*' wool, cashmere and silk HOSE; besides a great varietvof Fancy Articles, such m BRACELETS, PORTE MONAIES, India Ratter COMBS, WORK BOXES, be. Strangers visiting the city and the public generally will find it to their interest to give me a call, a* my motto is, "small profit* and quick sale*" se 12—3 m H. ROSENFELD, 175 Broad *t. ry A/111 FEET Michigan White I PINE BOARDS aad PLANK, 68,000 feet Canada do., 46,000 do. 1 inch BUTTON WOOD, 27,000 do. f WHITE WOOD—very wide, 20,000 do. 2, 3 and 4 inch ASH, 15,000 do. HICKORY, slooo do. BLACK WALNUT, Landing this day from schra. Louisa and Wm. P. Williams, for sale on accommodating terms by oc 4 BELVIN fc PARKER HOSIERY. —We have in store, of our owu importation— 1000 dozen White Cotton Hose, all qualities 500 do Biack do do do 500 do Mixed do do do i-000 do Holf Hose, all colors and qualities 500 do Children's blue, white and mixed Hose ALSO, Children's Merino and Fancy Wool Hose, of all sizes Ladies' Merino White and C«f*d do do AH of which we ofier to the trade on a small ad vance on cost of importation. OINTER k ALVEY, n°® No. 16 Pearl st. AND VELVETS.—A (Wf V* supply of black and colored OaHoona, plain and pointed V elvet Trimmings at <M Maiu it. no 10 CHRISTIAN k LATHROP. HOT WATER DISHES—Of block till ■ and white granite, for keeping cakef hot. A full aupply of the above juit (ine at no 9 |37 Maiu «trf-et. U EBSEYS, BHEEPS' GREY, &<•— We -!•*- have a good (apply of Keraey*, CawiuetU, Sheepa' Grey, Blanket., Linaeja and otherOooda for aervanta' winter clothing. „. nolo C' HARTWELLk CO** l?OR SALE.—I have for sale, a Negro J Man, to remain In the cityo^ta^nU^A^ nol ° Gen'l. Agent and Collector. MARYLAND LINSEI'S.—IOO piece* iU i aqd4-4 Maryland Linaeyi, juat rwiel*ed and by KENT. PAINE k KENT ORINTEKS' LEY - BRUSHES.—An- a 4 ™""%'irSsft fcr BO j7 Corner Main aad Itth atreeta. OATENT STONE HAMMERS received I aadforaalaby C . J. iINTONk CO., BO IT Sign of the Cl«ttU* 3*w, 71 Main at. APtfTJLOW MiHC y YftATg —W «s££it °° 19 ~ U B.ILAIE.R.CC. K.l B *wu.«nikca evening mXt T rwm "*« «■» toUS* •plendsd collection of Staple u4 > fILSTVZfi dMcri l«*>n, Brituaii Alio » fine assortment of Clcttw. •m*. MmHm, Almcu, Silk »nd Cotton Pocket n< 5*2? Hjmdkereblela, Cravats, Irish TW.i IwimS* WWt "" 4 * ww% «*£ v 1 "®!- ? l i99 KS & «*«*y *yi« » n<i pittem. English Gold and Silver Lever WATCHES go do Detached do .. Bo do Cylinder de «f Wl-Wrel Can*, P-tota, Country merchant* and the trad* are invited to «*• Sfe^a^. the * w4U 6nd • ~« e <* |We commence* every sight at 7 O'clock. - Do 7 A. SOTT k CO., A acta. . BY THOS. W. KEESKE. loPFICK 4T GEO. J »VM!tE«'B, rillL STUCT.] R ,^ AVVAY *»*> HAB- Trnf\inl^ IOS - Will *• aold at aaa-- mide and "»lft-it • thos. w. KtT.ayy. aw*. bi ALEXANDER NOTT k CO. MORNING, at 10 o'clock. We will tell tt auction. to al<m» -~mii ■ KsssavsiK^siJS^ *„V»_Tr ALEX. KOTT k CO., . Aucts. I I Ml-hIJ SlA'iEii AT KICH- Union Hotel) is for rent or lease. it i, situated ia the City of Richmond, at the corner of Main and 19th ' street!, quite oear to the Dock, which U toon to be completed, and very convenient to the denota uf th» Danville and Centrii Railroad*. P 1 > The Hotel was thoroughly altered and repaired about three year* ago, and ia now in the meat per fect order, and the moat conveniently arranged of any other in the city. It haa accommodations equal to anv other Hotel in the place, and present* flattering inducement* to any one disposed to engage in hotel keeping, beside* which, it teiil b* furnit/ud in thi feat manner. Richmond i* daily increaaing in wealth, enterprise and population, and the location of this Hotel, in a part of the city where business i* soon to centre, recommend* it to those who may wish to engage tat the business. There i* ample patrocage for leveia! other hotels. The rent will be reasonable to a good tmnut. For term*, be., application may be made to GODDIN k APPERSON, no 12—10 Richmond, Vd. OREENE & HEATH, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Francisco, California, wil. attend to ahipmeotp of Flour, Tobacco and Meichan dize generally. Prompt return* will be made. Refer . Messrs. A. It A. Lawrence k Co., Boston; Allan It Paxson, Patteson, Adam* k Co., Maitland, Pbelps k Co., New York; Courtney, Cu*hing k Co.. Baltimore; Kdmond, Davenport It Co., Davenport, Allen k Co- Richmond. au I.>—eodfim T> EG ALIA ! REGALIA! JEWELS l' Aw iiC. AC., AT COST!—The *üb*criber beg* to inform the public that he ha*removed hi* (tore from 14th street, under the Exchange Hotel, to Mala, next door to the Union Hotel, where be has on hand a large assortment of REGALIA and JFYVELS for the variou* Order*, which were exhibited at the late State Fair, comprising a large assortment of Regalia of his own manufacture, for Druids, 1 O. O. F., Mason a, U. A. Mechanics, Red Men, Son* of Temperance,Rech abitea, E. O. of Rechabite*, with all the necessary paraphernalia for the variou* Older*, to be *o)d at COST for CASH, in order to wind up the old business. Country merchant* are teipectfully invited to calL EDWARD McDONALD, Agent, Main atreet, between 18th and 19th street*, no 12—deoStwSt Next door to Union Hutat. HATS AND BOOTS.—From fifteen to twenty per eent saved by baying from J. HL ANTHONY, Columbian Hotel Building, Richmond. Moleskin HATS, of best quality #8 M Do do second do 3M> Drab Beaver If Fashionable SILK HATS 2 80 Fine ealfakin aewed BOOTS, 3 SO Congress Oaiter BOOTS. 3 IS OriNtoN or THK Paris—(From the Fineaatle De mocrat, April 1, 18.V3.) —"By the way, we would my a word for our friend. John H. Anthony. Columbia* Hotel Building, to those going to Richmond, a*Ub wanting, on landing there, to brush up a little. Jnafe think of the finest kind of a HAT for $3 50, and fins ealfakin aewed BOOTS for #3 50. He promise* to da this, and we know he can, for we «aw him do it. r HEKE ARE YOU GOlNG—Around to DAVID CURRY'S, opposite Parker, Bayly k Nimmo's, to get me an easy fitting BOOT, far! hear he has just returned from the North, with a new assortment of Boots, Shoe* and Gaiter*, sod likewise a new and well (elected *tock *f French CALF SKINS, which he keeps constantly on band to mak* to order. A call i* requested before purchasing elsewhere to his goods will bear inspection and hi* priees will b* worth a trial. DAY] D CURRY, The old ettabliahed Boot Store, Next door but one to Mr. Purcall'* Exchange *e 17—3 in Office. XTEW BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS. Received by HARROLD t MURRAY— Miiton'i Poetical Works, with Life, Explanatory Notes, kc.j by Rev. Geo.GiitiHan, i vols—tz. George Herbert's Peetical Works, edited by Rev. Geo. Gilfillan— $1. Thompson'* Poetical Work*, edited by Rev. Gm. Gilfillan—sl. Aristophanes, literally translated by Hickie, of St. John'* College, Cambridge, 2 vols—92 M. Busy Moment* of an Idle Woman*—7s ct*. The Physiology of Temperance and Total Absti nence; by Wax. B. Carpenter, M. D., F. R. 8., be.— 38 cent*. Happy Days of Childhood, illustrated with 24 pie* tares—f I. The Picture Pleasure Book for 18-M, with 500 iiloa* trauons by eminent Artistes—§l AO. bo 18 OTANIC PRACTICE OF MLDILTNE. ■ DOCTOR E. I). ROBINSON continues to offer hU services to the afflicted, and especially those suf feriug with chronic and supposed incurable forma of disease. The Dr. has been engaged in the practice oi medicine twenty yeara—the laat twelve in thia city, and therefore can give aatiafactory reference. Tho*- . sands who are dragging out a miserable exiateLee with Dyspepsia, Rhenniatiam, Bronchitis, Fluor Alkaa, Dropay. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Scrofula, Liver Co» plaint, Diaeaae, of the Lungs, Fistula, lie, might ba speedily relieved and many permanently cured.— Persons at a distance wouid do well to come to th* city and remain until their health ia restored. Ex tracting Teeth only 25 cent*. Office on Franklin, between 13th and 14th street*. Secret forma of diseaae treated with great success. oc 31—l y 1 EE &. bAYLY, Attorney • at Law tad M-J Commissioners of Deeds, Jtc, for the States el Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Oeorxia, Illinois, Indiana, lowa, Kentucky, LouisU> na, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min nesota, MUsiasippi, Missouri. New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Penney! vauia, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee Texna, VennootWieconsJn.lte, SAM'L. T. BAYLY. Notary Public—office on 11th strret, 2d door from Main. oc gT— lm» KEADY-MADE CLOTHING, V AT No. 88 MAIN STRJCKT.—The subscriber* have now in (tore and are daily receivlog addition* to their rock, a new and handsone assortment of READY-MADE CLOTH INO, which, in quality and price, will certainly compare with any in this mar ket. They aoUcit a call from thoee In want, before purchasing elsewhere, feeling assured that they wttl be able to aire satiifactiou, and that they eu Bake it to their interest to purchase of them. J. GREENTREE k BROTHER, no 17—2w S door* below PutlllhLad* 'fcGo! PREMIUM BLANK liOOKS.-Mw-' X chant* and other* ia W*ut of reallr *aeerier Blank Book*, made of the beet materials aad the best workmen should leave their wders store and Bindery of A, MORRIS. 9U Mala *L Specimen* of workmanship Sot examination. CHAWLB! BHAWLB!BHAWLS'-W» KJ have an extensive stock of Shawl, in store, at low prcee, consisting in part «f Bay State Lou* t*d Bqrure bhawla, Terkeri, pUl* and so;broidere7 Ms nno, all colors, white and scarlet, plain Crap* aaC Shawl'j at« 1.12 * HART k MOSES, nol» 68 Mahl stntet. T IME.—One httmJred c**k* superior -tJ Thumastou LIME, for sal* low by 21-U A-S.Ua. LJ UNTLNU COATB-SUPERIOB.- XX We Have Oft hand a lot of superior EnalMk Hunting Coats Those who wish them will plea** oall at No. 112 Mam street. no 12 K EKX CHILES It BALD WW DIO, Jan uid ttullla COFFEE i nfi- UlU'.-Omiiiid Alttrn HALT, tttXl \ *LL» k «.