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BY J. A. dbwAKDBt. _ h DISPATCH 1* served to subscriber* « USD * «t 4RTFR CKNTS PER «K f: It. payable tO * ; tlirT i«r weeklj. Price tut mailing, $4 e year tu ' t ,W»OCf- r h , Ufuit Dispatch It Issued every Friday, ] m »i>dlo subscriber* at fl per annum. FOR RENT. I fOTSK FOR KENT.—On Leigh gtrejpt» I I be t» ee n 2d and 3d street#, containing *eyen and water iu the yard, with other neceawirv ' ■ Ker terms, spp'y next door, ot at Haxali's |LUU*. no 23-ts T^oITRKNT —The Hrit k House, contain l i-i * x rooms, on the corner of Msrihall and v," -in <.:re< t*. *' present occupied by Mr Johu T. w »- iVneasiou given immediately. Rent * " Arpiy to TOLKR 4 COOK. Agls, » r *,V Pearl »t. j"V>K KENT —That large aud comntodiouH r use house on Broad street, Churrh Hill, ~ coined by Thorns* F. Butler. Rent &KK> per Possession gnea oa the Ist of December V rivtoMm K G. CARRTNGTON, or to L , : iLs-airtlstn -IPS. M. CARRINGTON, KENT. —A house and lot of four 1 vres, «eii enclosed, on* mile from theCorjo in excellent neighborhood. Apply to ' WM. GOULDIN, r , ;7_:f Governor Street. :.KN I—A very desirable Lodging * r ..net the store of the subscribers. r ,4 BI'I.KLKY k CO. I\>K KKN r.—The hi rue Krick House on ' n . . . -iifr of Marshall ar.d 6th *ts , and at pre . ,;-itdby Messrs. Bragg and Ruth. Pos^es z.\.:it January next. R'nt ItW. Applv to TOLER 1 COOK, Agents, 5,11 Pearl St. POK SALE OR RENT—We are au (' si, -, tit ' »e'i or rent the Brick House, with ( . , .ci-ieiices. ou the Canal, uear Mr. Joseph R A n-' - Foundry, and a: preaeut occupied by j;".. ji, 1 T 'y a* a grocery st >ie« PuMession given cu ; ' January next. " V. •' terms, apply to cc 31 TOLER fc COOK. 1 V)R KENT. —Two very desirable Rooms. u Gas and other conveniences attached, on , ; • r ' Main and 20th Streets, auitable for Of t- sor Lodging Room*. Apply to V 5 TOLER 4c COOK, Agt'». |<X>K KENT —I have for rent a STABLE .1 , :i( street, between sth and tith streets, sui !< : j ackatid horses. Possession can be had - ~ce. At ply to EDWARD D. EACHO, no ! f Gec« ral Agent and Collector. KENT —I have for rent a desirable HOl >K on Main street, between 17th and 18th - •et I\ssi*sion can be had at once. Apply to EDU-D. D EACHO, eo It General Agent and Collector. KENT.—I have for rent, a email .1 Hon' •, containing three rooms and a kitchen, on fi: id sr 111, near the residence of Hon. John .M. B„;u. I\ scission can be had at once. Applv to* EDWARD D. EACHO, no 1 General Agent and Collector. KENT —The House on 15th street, receniJy occupied by Mr. Geo. J. Sumner. Ap- P cc't7 R. M. BURTON. lj 1 OK RENT.—The Briek Tenement A iite v occupied by Mr. John E. Doughety, near tae corn-.: of Fourth and Canal streets. Rent $150 per annum. Apply to TOLER 4c COOK, se 29 Agents. KENT, the store on Cary street, at pre- nt occupied by M. Blair. Possession given Ist Janmvy next. App.y to k iu JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. iiENT —Over niv Store a LODG -INO ROOM. JNO. THOMPSON, se 24 No. 87 Main st \i:\V YORK LIEE INSURANCE X * COMPANY.—Great prosperity continues to at t-. ..d tlie t - ness of this company. The last quarter's report of .•>* triinsactions has just come to hand. D , ::: • J months up to the Ist inst., 121 new P. - :;ave fcetu issued, the premiums ou which, incladi: j. premiums on all renewals. amount to $82,419 26 L ptiidduring the same rime on cies, an-.ount to 23,970 14 L- vf-ss sum added to previous assets. .859,479 12 1 • kl i .! ut'ihepiesent ac cum: itrd assets is $736,175 07 For 1: snrance, call at the Baptist Book Depository, t, .;i Main street. cc 17 CHAS. WORTHAM, Agent. \ CAR!".—WILLIAM H. GRAVES & JrV CO, COLLECTORS AND NEGOTIATORS, Wall STXF.f.T, over the office of Messrs. I'uliiam 4t Davis, Aueiioi.eers, near the City Hotel, collect, bond, and secure Claims ot every description, and negotiate Sa!es. Purchases, Leans, Rents, Hires, Employment, in every branch of business, and all other Business I; uisaetions requiring the mediation of a third party. Tney *. nder their best services to the community a' reduced charges. All the. acts will be held itrictly conjl&ential. Persons desiring employment, and those wishing to etcploy others, are requested to cali and leave their tames. C?" W: nted, every day of the year, Employers una Empiovees in all branches of business, rr t-nijJoyers are not charged in any case. PlkeTlife and marine insu i RANCK.—The Richmond Fire Association are SJK- pre; area to issue policies of Insurance on the above description of risks on as reasonable terms as any similar company, and respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public. Applications will be re ceded at the office, No. 223, corner of Main and 9th itreets, where the officers will cheerfully furnish all icformat: in that may be required. All losses prompt ly aad liberally adjusted. JAMES BOSHER, President. John H Rqshf.r, Secretary. mh 17 LAND FOR SALE—We are authorised to s»-il a Tract of Land, containing 140 acres, ly ing in Chesterfield county, about three miles from M-iyo's bridge, on the Turnpike leading from Man theater to the Coal Pits, and bounded by the lands of P-ussell Dickerson, Mr. Shooter, Thomas Hartgrove, Mrs. Fisher ainl the waters ot Reedy Creek. Be tween 9( and 100 acres of this land is in wood, the b<i;ance in a high state of improvement. Terms TOLER k COOK. \ NELSON, Merchant Tailor, and i-l • Dealer in Fashionable Ready-Made CLOTH -INO, 135 Broad Street, Richmond, keeps constantly p''-•' « for sale, a full assortment of GENTLE M—VS KEADY-MADE CLOTHING of every de scription A:.v>, a beautiful assortment of Cloths, t «siuie.-:s arid Vesting*, which will be made up to or°er on the shortest notice and on the mostaccommo :tl? t.'Tms, and in a manner which cannot be sur passed hy any other establishment in the city. Citi zepsind straiijers are respectfully invited to call, as I teei connderit that I can give the most perfect sa tistsction. of Cuttic? dr.ne and warranted to fit. * "MsHING ARTICLES, of all kinds, for sale at a redu- ■ il price. oc s—3 m subscriber has just received from . * 1 0r.,. Philadelphia and Baltimore, the best )"■>}' '• CASSXMEEtS and VESTINGS to be iOLtio ia tnase market*, which he will make up on H "'k'"* teri "*!iiid in the moa*. fashionable style.— «-■ cess a stiare of public patronage. Examine for yonrse;!. j MADE CLOTHING of every quality, r. c.'iiuonn tu nuincture, as cheap as at any other house in the city. Gentlemen 5 FURNISHING GOOPS in great ra• rt . y ,\ V\". H. BENSON, .. 8 " t;i 110 Main at. 4 . y ALUAHLE DISCOVERY—One t; r V'' n . WBght after, viz : a CHEM2- -V/ . I l ' SOLDER, for mending broken china, r ' . . ; 4 aware of every description. This in h• < 'ur c *•*«'♦• at i«pecirnent of its skill may be seen f. e j be in possession of every house - d wJ dwectiom on each phial are simple, la''■* \i''r U co . followed, the performer never *trlt,« article to be joined to its wonted r or bale by R" A- DUVAL ii, BRO., Dm grists 1 .- —; 199 Bank Square. VmA IN DAMASKS.—Rich Satin de .t-f.iiLS for Curtain*. , I :' u t ?"d Muslin Curtains nurtfc.u f iimps and Loops V. a Morseilles Quilts, all sizes Furniture Prints t'j - m Blankets f' "'etched Cotton Shirting* I'M and 12-) Linen do. T.ti »?' ,d J 0-4 Tab!e Damask Dovles »rid Towellings. n O l7 CHRISTIAN LATHROP, No. 99 Main it. 5 ""-ERY.— Just received 'and a n h «!f a r » ItJ Manchester direct from Krig ijtusrzH \K^ me u t of l o *Vh Kodgers k. Sons Siiil't Si-,' 1 Sons' superior Pocket issors !•) d hi 8 ' W n' '3' iII( l 6 blade*; Ladies' v-ry firrT ?; r ® : ""frs in great variety; •owe keaotiful ' s, ' ! «»ors in Morocco case*, a 'ow price*. presents—which we offer at con c , C. J. SINTON it CO , - S'gn of tlie Circular Saw, 71 Main st. RUGS—By the <Sition«i uV!, Z * steamer, we have received an ai ot Ru»,,ho,V'v'' t i c *y t "ng», »nd » t«*h supply both V elvet andChe„eille. VALLNTink, CRENSHAW k CO., oo It c ' J 'uer Wtb, Broad ami Capitol *U , bear Capitol Square, DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. IV.-NO. 31. OENTIBTRY. \V '!'J. K TK M'II, HKAI.IIIV UUMS • j ? u»ed and recommened bv the ind ,h« n \ ,i" r hC co ° ntry ' " will cle.nse HaTO?, . teetb /r nm dt *c*y: it will core all diseases or the noma and impirt a healthv md Am grant odor to the breath. Prepare* only by r or retail nrvn''i I ' , iiii' or ,B ' 6 whnl "» l « all Drninr'.T. » i Hii BRO. Richmond, and oc T C p® r bo«le. GUM.—This beautiful v* article, used for securing artificial teeth on their R «f* ,ur P<"»e* every attempt at inutating the na- Witl ; •ornewhat similar preparatiou.- Jr .L i « strength is to Croat that I have yet to hear Of the first set of teeth iu which it ha* been broken, oy accident or by u»e, ' My Gold and Silver Killings are much admired for fi! f smoothness This evenness of surface prevents the lodgment of tood about them, which would ren der them worthless; besides, my plugs will retain the "'•J.™' teeth through lite, an they never come out. Alter a longcoutaeof experiments. I have secured a compound for weak teeth, that can be used when it u Impossible to use any kind of metal. R. D. ADDINGTON, r>«. j , . Graduate Dentist. Office one door from 10th. on Main st. no 7 A RII*ICIAL 1 LEIH—GREAT AND "f*- IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT—The under- PAT v n-p e r EFS&K'S &S to , u " e Dr ALLEN'S PAj EN r IMI ROVEMENT in the mode of insert ing ARTIfc ICIAL TEETH, which is one of the greutest and most important inventions ever made in this branch of the Dentist's art. The improvement consists in the employment of a metal superior to gold in purity, and in the complete union ot all the teeth by a silicious compound, which at the same time forms the most beautiful and natu ral looking gum, and filling np all crevices and irregu larities, and rendering it impossible for the teeth to become unpleasant to the wearer by the accumula tion of particles of food «r other substances between them. No other mode of mounting artificial teeth it comparable to this in any respect. Persons wearing teeth (inserted in the ordinary way, and not giving satisfaction,) are invited to try this invention, which they can do at but little addi tional cost. We shall be pleased to show specimens cf this kind of work to any persons who will call at our office, whether Obey want artificial teeth or not. WAYT Si MAHONY, Dentists, my 17—dScwt* Office. 209 Main street. BOW LING SALOON. —The undersigned has just fitted up an elegant SALOON in the rear of the Arbour, for the amusement and exercise of gentlemen; with three splendid ALLEYS, just put down in the best manner by Mr. R. England, and pronounced by judges the most superior in work manship ever seen in the city, which will be opened this day to the public He has also completely remodeled his ARBOUR RESTA L'R ANT, and it is now pronounced the most splendid establishment in Virginia, where can be had at all times the greatest delicacies of the season, and where everything good to eat and drink will be al ways ready for his friends and patrons. He return* his sincere thanks to his friends for their unbounded patronage, and assures them every atten- Aimself and assistants will be always rendered. oc 10 R. W. ALLEN. (4 AS REGULATORS.—Bead the follow- A ing certificate: Astur House. Kov. I.—We have had Dr. Walter Kidder's Gas Regulator in use at the Astor House, for several months past. We have three Regulators at tached to as many metres, (one to each,) and they supply 280 burners. The Regulators operate finely : tliey perfectly regulate the burning of the gas, and with as good a light, save ns a handsome per centage upon our bills ot consumption, say about 15 dollars a week which is equal to 25 per cent, on our gas bills. We consequently feel very great confidence in the success of the Regulator. Coleman li. Stktson. For sale by STEBBINS, DARRACOTT k CO., noil 101 Broad st. WHO WANTS TO BUY GOOD REA "» DY-MADE CLOTHING?—Those in want, will certainly answer, I. The next question which naturally arises is. Which is the bestpiare ti buy it? At LEVY'S, No. 59 Main street, opposite City Hotel, sign of the large Red Coat. He has all of his goods manufactured iu this city, and will warrant iliem su perior to Northern manufacture. Also, m store. Gentlemen's Furnishing Good* of every description, to which be calls the att-ntion of the public. no 10 OODS FOR GENTLEMEN.—We have in store a large stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, aud Vesting* L&mbswool and Merino Shirt* Lambswool and Merino Drawer* Ready made Shirts and Collars Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Socks Black and feucy Silk Cravats and Scarf* To which we invite the attention of the gentlemen. WARREN is. PERKINS, oc3l No HI Eagle Square. J UST RECEIVED AT THE LADIES' SALOON, direct from a celebrated manufacturer of Philadelphia, the following styles of SHOES for gentlemen's wear, viz- Gents' French calf Button Gaiters, double sole. Do. do. do. do. do. single sole. Do. do. do. Congress Button Gaiters, do. do. Do. do. do. Oxford Ties, single sole. Do. do. do. do. do. double sole. To which we most respectfully invite the attention of purchasers. WHITE k PAGE, oc 20 No. 73 Main street. EE S STEEL PENS —GEORGE M. WEST has this day received a new lot of the above Pens, which suit some writers better than any others. The point is curved, to enable the wri ter to use them without catching in the paper. The price of the barrel Pen is 25 cents for a box of one dozen, or $2 per gross The smaller Pen is 12 cent* for a box of one dozen, or 81 per gross, no 10 14th st., near the Post Office. REAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS, I AT GOLDSMITH'S Cheap Store. No. 41 Main street. —Just received a large lot of Needle-worked Collars: also Plaid* for dresses and scarfs; Plaid, Changeable and Figured Silks; also bargain* in Alpa cas, Merinoes, Flannels, Blankets, Sattinets, Ribbons, Sack Cloths, Piano Covers, Ginghams, and lots of other goods Call early if you want to get the first no 10 N AG'E & WINSTON, Corner of Cary and 14th or Pearl Streets, have in store, a gen eral assortment of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, kc., which they offer on the most advantageous terms to the member* of the Agricultural Fair and the pub lic generally. They will give their personal atten tion to the sale of all kinds of country produce con signed to their care. no 2 DANIEL H. LONDON, Corner Main and 13th Streets, Richmond.—All kinds Win ter and Fall Goods, at reduced prices, to close off the remainder of my Fall Importation. Stock complete in most styles, and the prices very low, particularly Ladies' Dress Goods, in patterns. Siiks, Marino, Cash meres, Mouseiaines, Alpacas and Cambru*, Flannels, Blankets, Vesfinzs and Shawls. no 1 ICORICE, FLOUR, &c — 10 cases Barracoa Stick Licorice 6 do. C. &. A. Paste de. 40 do. Sauford do. do. 70 bbls. Ritanna extra Flour 50 ounces Otto of Roses 400 lbs. very superior Tonqua Beans Ploughs, Feed Cutters and Corn Shelter*, various sizes, now in store, and for sale on accommodating terms hy JOHN A. ROBINSON, no IS Corner of Cary End Va. streets. GEOMETRY. —J. W. RANDOLPH has just published—price $2—Ele ments of Descriptive Geometry—the Point, the Straight Line aud the Plane, by S. Schooler, M. A., Instructor iu Mathematics at Hancver Academy, Va. The printing, paper and engravings in thi* Book are in the finest style of the arts, and is altogether supe rior to any English or American work on the subject, no 18 rpiEMAN'S SURGICAL INBTKU- X MENTS.—We have constantly on hand a latge assortment of the latest styles and moit approved pujterns of SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, from the above celebrated manufacturer, comprising iu part line pocket, operating, dissecting and dental case*, to which the attention of physician* and other* I* in vited. ADIE It GRAY, Druggists, nov 19 147 Main ttreet. TOILET SETS IN EVERY VARIETY. L Toilet Sets, 9, 10, 14 and 16 piece*, of Blue, White, Granite Flowing) Decorated and Gilt and Funcy Pattern*; Toilet Ware Biuin* and Ewers, and other piece* singly and In payj. g p B oc 27 No. 117 West Main St ADIES' CLOAK CLOTHS, Velvets, J tan colored Merinoes, Galloon* and material* for Cloaks: al*o Ladie*' Cloak*. Received thi* morning another *upply o. the above floods. 'Ofin Ko 10 HART k MOSES', 63 Main it. VELVET RIBBONS—BIack and Col- T ored Velvet Ribbon*, of all widths; Rich Black »nd Colored Galloon Trimmlrg*. Just received and for sale by PAINE i. KENT. 4 UCTION NOTICE —ALEX. NOTT J\. k CO. will attend to all Special, Tru*tea and Commissioner*' Sale* of every de*cription 00 rea sonable term*. Liberal cash advance* on all Good* intended for auction or private *ale. no I—lm ONIONS, in barrels and on strings, for Ml, by JAMES B. SHELTON, no 18 Comer of Broad and 4th ttreeta. RICHMOND. THURSDAY NnVPMTUTR 9A 1953. THE DAILY DISPATCH. IF* The circulation of the Daily Di*patch exceed that of all th. Daily paperS of BICHMOND, VA THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2», law. FLUSH TIMES OF ALABAMA AND MISSIS SIPPI We have received from a correspondent the first leaves of this new book, which will be issued by the Mwssrs. Appleton in a few days. It consists of a series of sketches, the rollicking humor of which has rarely beeu equalled by any writer in this country. The author is Joseph G. Baldwin, Esq., a native of Virginia, aud a nephew of the late Judge Baldwin of Staunton. He is now a resident of Alabama, where, though yet a young man, he has reached the very Iront rank ol his profession as a learned and able lawyer. We are astonished that, iu the midst of his arduous professional duties, he has found time to make such finished and in imitable contributions to literature as moat ot those which we have seen from his pen. Hie versatility of his genius has rarely been equalled. e recollect, when we first read Ihe Hush Times in the Messenger, we were so struck with their irresistible wit and humor, that we sought out the editor of the Messenger, and begged him, if it were no secret, to give us the name of the author. On a subsequent occasion, we saw in the Messenger an article of an entirely different character, one of the most eloquent and vig orous pieces of historical writing we have ever read, and which arrested the admiring attention of some of the first minds of the State. Upon inquiry, we heard to our sur prise, that this was also a production of the versatile and splendid pen of Joseph G. Baldwin. We beg here to correct a prevalent misap prehension, that the work about to be issued by the Appletons is only a re-publication of "The Flush Times" in the Messenger. From an examination of the rich and attractive ta ble of contents, we see that nine out of the twenty-six "sketches" of the book have never been published. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Yesterday's Enquirer discourses 011 "Retrench ment and Reform," which, it fav?, were issues in the late Presidential election of scarcely less mo ment than the slavery question; that Franklin Pierce became President "under the solemn in. structionof the people to execute their will by cleansing the Augean stable, and giving to history the record of another administration unstained by corruption and distinguished by an honest and eco nomical expenditure of the public money. - ' We quote another passage: It may be too soon yet to determine whether or not the administration of Mr. Pierce will faithfully di-charge its obligations and redeem its pledges.— If, however, we may not anticipate the future, we can at least reflect with satisfaction on the past, and may triumphantly adduce the acts of the ad ministration solar in proof of its purpose to meet the expectations of the country. The Whig has a leader 011 "the Forthcoming Message." The drift ot the article is explained in the following paragraph: We have been told by nearly all the Democratic presses, "oh don't mind the individual acts ol the Cabinet (though the Enquirer holds the doctriue that acts of the Secretaries are acts ot the Presi dent) "judge the Administration by the mes saee," wait until you see the message, then you will have the clear doctrine." A plague on the doctrines of the message. Who cares a rush for the protestations and promises of a messase. He is simply a dupe who is gulled by such chaff. The acts and not the professions of the Administration are the true tests by which to judge it. Words cost nothing. Talleyrand said they were invented to conceal thoughts. The JUtig ia another article compliments the of ficers of the Central Railroad for their efforts in pushing forward this great work. The Mail looks forward to "Organizing for 1856," and says the National Democrats of New York hare by this time become convinced of their strength and that they are not to receive any special favor at the hands of the Administration. Then, after stating that the Nationals have out forth an ad dress calling on the "young meu" of the country to organize for the next contest, it concludes that there is not much chance of a renominatiou of the present occupant of the Presidential mansion. King and Queen in the Field.—The people ef King and Queen county have held a meeting for the purpose of advancing the interests of the York River Railroad. Resolutions were adopted strong ly approving the scheme, and inviting the coun ties bordering on York river and its tributaries, and the city of Richmond, to send delegates to the Convention at King and Queen Court House on the 15th of December. The following gentlemen were appointed to represent King and Queen in the Cfln vention. Major Roderick Bland, Charles A. Roane, Jas. F. New, Abs. Bland, William Robinson. Beverly An derson, George F. Wedderburn, Wm. Anderson, James A. Gouldin, Thomas Corr, Col. Robert Bland, Johnß. Bland, George P. Lively, Richmond Williams, D. Butrick. William F. Bland, .lames T. Boyd, Beverly D. Roy, Samuel T. Tunstali, Wm. S. Jeffries, Robert M. Spencer, James Wright Sam uel G. Fauntleroy. Jr., John Motley, T. Robert Gresham, Robert Pollard, John Bag'ny, Col. J. B. Roane. Edward S. Acree, William B. Bird, Wm. Bird, Thomas W. Garrett, Joseph T. Ilenly. Jas. C. Roy, Alexander Dudley. William Boulware.Jas. M..Jeffries, It. H. W. Godwin, Thouias Haynes, Alexander Fleet, Col. William B. Davis, Benjamin F. Dew, John 11. Watkins, John N. Ryland, Thos. W. L. l'a'jntleroy. A.M. Boulware. James Peadle ton, Dr. B Richards, Gideon Spencer, Dr. Moore G. Fauntleroy, William D. Gresham and Dr. R 11. Cox. . The meeting was addressed by Junius B. Raane, of King aud Queen, and M. B. Seawell, of fclou- c eater. The ball is now fairly started, and we hopfe the people of Richmond will do all iu their power to keep it moving. * Outrageous Swindle. —A man calling KJmsplf Win. Ely was arrested in New York on t-a.arday last, for swindling several firms out of considerable amounts of money by consigning to them horse heads and refuse beef packed in barrels beef, and receiving of them advances on the lame In New York, on Sunday night last, a young man was set upon in Cherry atreet, knocked down, dan gerously stabbed, and robbed, by a gang ot three ruffians, who easily made off Before the arrival of the police. On Thursday last, William Z. Carter, aged ten years, son of Capt. H. N. Carter, of Crow Hill, Laurens District, S.C., was killed by the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of hi* uncle, John Ligon. The residence of Rev. W. O. Arnold, in Wilkes county, Georgia, was destroyed by fire last week. The corner stone of St John'* (Episcopal) church was laid ia Wilmington, N. C., on Monday. LOCAL MATTERS. Theatre.—On Tuesday night «u played, for the fir*t time, we believe, in tbta city, the "Wil low Copse,]' a domestic drama of much power, and of *urpM*mg interest. The cast was the beat we hare •een In the Marshall for a long time, every actor, with •careely all exception, being perfect in hi* part, and givina it 'he- expresnon to which it was entitled, and which, doubtless, the author intended it to h*ve,->- The same may be said of the female part of the corn piny, each lady sustaining her part well, and one at tear, admirably. As the play is new to most of oar readers, we will endeavor to give such an outline of the story a* may render it intelligible to such of them a* have not read it. Sir H iHiam Vaughan. a gentleman of large posses *lons, became so offended with his *on Richard, (the Sir Richard of the play,) on aceottnt of hi* excesses, that a short tuue before his death, he wrote him a letter-he being absent on the continent, full of re proaches, and in that letter threatened to cut him off <Hth a shilling Upon his return home. Sir Richard, (Bonitace) finds his father dead, and takes immediate possession. Fearful that there may be a will in ex istence, be burns every paper in hi* lathed* library. A w;ll had actually been made, giving the whole pro perty to Luke Fielding (Couldock.) ao olid and faith fu. tenant, hut of the existence of this will Sir Rich ard is not aware, and it is kuown only to one Dick Hulks (Gile.) a desperado, whose vice 3 have reduced hiui to rags. In the meantime Sir Richard become* attached to Rose Fielding (Mr*. Ward.) and i* in turn greatly beloved by her. The consequences were »uch as might have been expected; the girl was ens honored, and both were miserable. It was his inten tion. however, to have made reparation by marriage ; but in the meantime, Dick Hulk*, who is aware that Rose will be an heiress, and besides has been long in love with her, interfere* to prevent it. He di*clo*es the fact of the existence of the will to Sir Richazd, and hints that he knows of certain things that may bring him to the gallows. The only condition upon which he will agree to keep his knowledge to him self is, that Sir Richard shall renounce Ro»e, and fur nish him with money to procure him the mesa* of cutting a better figure. To thi*, after a severe strug gle, he con«ents. Upon breaking the mbject to the lady, she is in despair. She resolves to drown her sell in the brook by the Willow Copse, but first writes a letter to her father, who ha* gone to visit his old friend Col. Vanguard (Griffiths,) iu which *he con fesses her shame, and reveals the determination to which she ha* come. Luke Fielding not being able to read, hands the letter to Lucy Vanguard (Miss B. LewisJ an intimate friend of Rose, who tells Luke Fieldiug, that his daughter is iu distres* on account of the illness of a relation, and flies at once to the Wil low Copse, arriving just in time to prevent Ro*e from taking the fatal plunge. In the meantime Sir Richard comes to take a last look at the Willow Copse, where he had *8 often met Rose in happier dajv preparatory to leaving the country torever.— Lucy upbraid* him with his cruelty to her friend, and the result is, that he resolves to marry her, let the consequence* be what they may, and te emigrate to California. Rose retires, having first placed in her bo«om the letter which she had written to her father. Lucv ,nd Sir Richard being left alone, are surprised by Meg, whose suspicion* of an improper intimacy are at once aroused. There is to be a ball at the Manor House that evening, and thither he exhort* Lucy. Iu the Hulks, and his associate. Bill Stagger* (Siple) have resolved to break into the Manor House, and steal the will of old Sir William, which Hulks knows i* deposited in a certain spot.— For this purpose, they engage in the plot, a young man named Augustus (Ryan,) who had been au ap prentice, and having robbed his till, had runaway They discover his guilt, and by mean* of it compel him to join them. They first make him excessively druuk, then put him over the wall, and make hita open the gate, and after they are in, put him up into a balcony, having first directed him where to find the cabinet contain ng the paper*. He succeeds in obtaining it, and a* they are rifling the contents. Sir Richard, with Lucy on his arm, conies up in the back-ground and discovers them.— He first makes Lucy conceal herself in the coal house, and then advances upon the ruffians. He has a struggle with Hulks, but is unable to obtain the will. In great alarm, Augustus tires o'f a pistol, the ruffians flee, the house is raised, and Sir Richard hides himself iu the coal-house, where Lucy already is, but not before he has been seen by Sleg, who calls attention to it. The house is searched, and the twain are dragged forth. Lady Apsley, (Mrs. Chip pendale,) immediately declares that all intercourse must cease between her sou Arthur Apsley (Stearns) and that young lady. That young gentleman, in great distress, immediately waits on Col. Vanguard and informs him that he cannot marry his daughter, but refuses to assign any reason for breaking off the match. Meg, however, soon arrives, and relates the whole affair. Tue Col. is ferocious against Sir Rich ard, who, he thinks, has dishonored his child. In the meantime, young Apsley has an interview with Rose, who reveals the whole matter to him, declar ing that she, and she alone, was to blame. This re conciles the young man and his mother, but the old Cul. cau only be satisfied by reading the letter which Rose had written to her father. Till* rouses the sus picions of Luke Fielding, who is present, and who, matching the letter ftom the hands of the Colonel, forces his daughter to read it. The consequences are terrible. In a private interview with his daughter, he tells her the farm is hers, having been bought with her mother's money, her the lease and the money he has made on it, and force* her, in spile ot her prayers, to take them. He then telle her that he will not snfier her to bear his name—that she mu*t bear that of the man who has betrayed her—and up on her refusal to tell it, he endeavors first to strangle her, and then to brain her with an axe Overcome, however, by passion, he falls down in a fit, and Rose also swoons away. While they are in that situation, Sir Richard enters and bear* Rose off. In the mean time, Luke Fielding becomes the inmate of a lunatic esylum, iu which he is confined for four years. During thi* time, his daughter, now became Lady Vaughan by her marriage with Sir Richard, seek* for him eve rywhere in vain. There are two other persons who -seek for him likewise, but with very different inten tions, viz: Hulks and Bill Staggers. He is at length dismissed, as a harmless lunatic, and becomes a com mon beggar, devoting the few pence which he re ceives to drink. Hulks and Bill Staggers at length find him in a low drinking-house, between lunacy aiid drink, sitting in a state of stupefaction. They also meet with their former comrade, Augustus, at the same place, and resolve to employ bis services again. They exhibit the will to Luke, who does not exactly comprehend them, and Hulks not being able to rouse him sufficiently, forges a power of attorney, by which he obtains the complete management of hisaflairs. He gives this paper to Staggers, and set* off to the manor with the will, resolved to wreak his revenge on Sir Richard and his wife. Before he ar rives, Luke Fielding has already been there, to beg alms, uot knowing that his daughter was there.— The interview between them is intensely affect ing. Luke becomes suddenly restored to his sen*e«, and believing that the splendor around hi* daughter i» the wages of her shame, insists upon leaving the house. He is prevented by Rose and her husband, who enter at the moment. In the inid»t ttf the scene, Col. Vanguard and his daughter arrive*, and the Co lonel immediately explains everything, telling Luke that his daughter hes been for some years the wife of Sir Rxhard Vaughan. This produce! great ji y and a omplete reconciliation. Iu the meantime after Hulks had left the drinking-house, Augustus di n ands of Staggers the paper 'in his possession, teV li g him he tcill hare it. The latter says he may have il if he pan whip him. Upon this, they have a regu lar set-to, and Augustus, succeeding in getting the pa per, makes the best of hi* way to the manor, closely followed by Stagger*. Before he arrive*, Hulk* has already beeu there, aud exhibited the will. Augugtu* shows the forged power of attorney, and explains how it was managed. Staggers having arrived, sev<e rel officers of the police, wno had been kept in rea diness, enter, and hand-cuffing Hulkes and Stagger*, lead them off to gaol, it appearing that they had beeu guilty of many robberies, &c. The denouement leave* all parties very happy. Such is a very faint outline of the story upon which has been constructed one of the moit attectiug and effective melo-tiramas to which the languace can lay claim. It i* due to the actor* that we should *ay something of the manner iu which they acquitted them*ei\es. Beginning with the ladie*, as is their due, we come finrt to Mr* Ward, who played |he part of Rose We could hardly convince ouwelves that the ladv was really only acting a part. The rep resentation "was so natural, *o much like real life, *0 entirely like what any woman of strong feelings would nave done and iaid, if placed under similar circumstances, that we found the utmost difficulty iu realizing the exact truth. It was worthy of Fanny Keable in her best days. Upon the Richmond stage, at least, we never saw any female character *0 pow erfully sustained. Mis* E. Place sustained the character of Meg very creditably. Mi*« Lewi* i*a delightful young actre*«, and played the part of the amiable, aud high-spirited Lucy Van guard, with great animation. She lavery young and very pretty. Of cour*e. even though *he had made a failure, she would have been excused, when other* who*e looks were not quite *o good, mizht have been condemned. A* «be played her part well, however, of coarse, the admirat'iou was the greater. The stately and aristocratic Lady Apsley found an excellent repre»entative In Mr*. Chippendale, whose Juno-like figure seemed formed especially for such a part. Georgians, Mis* Apsley, ami Kinchin Fan were well represented by Mis* E. Ince, Mis* Mason and Mr*. Griffith*. Now f or the gentlemen. The part of Luke Field- seems peculiarly adapted to Mr. Ctmldock—bis principal excellencies we lake to be, a clear concep tion of the author** meaning, and immense energy and power in giving effect to it SuMained a* he wa* by Mr*. Ward, we have rarely ever seen a more Sowerftjl piece of acting. H« appear* to be utterly estitufe of mannerism, that rryj«t detestable of all the vices into which ansctor can (all. (in the- con trary, -his acting is plain, simple and natural. The virtue* aud the vice*, however, are *o nearly allied, that men are prone, by carrying any one virtue to an extreme, to *flp into the corresponding vice Eyeiry actor, even Keane. had his faults, aud Mr. C-, great actor a* he undoubtedly U, i* not entirely e*»uipj from the common lot of humanity. Hi*"principal fault, a* we take it to be, wrings out of what i* 'cer tainly a great recommendation. He give# hi|D»elf op, ao entirely to hia part, that he i* *omedmes tran» ported beyond the bound* which tempeiance would dictate. Better thla, 1 however, than a 9©14 Md far- IPiUCE ONE CENT TbTchi^uT^fcharacter adaptedl«th ß?^Xr «TUnf ■«■«««, opinion, one oitha n„J» . B«»ifae«, in our It if sufficient to a*, ► u?. P r ° mi " n lactora of theday it wu possible to^i. he or it, ail that Mr. Oriffitha acted th. old warrior, Cot. Vanguard „T2" Z et *^ n^-, '®»rted wo almost imagined he hS , U '? 10 ,h * ti»t Waterloo. haA >**■ returned from Hot leaf creditable waa the ». thar Apjley by Mr. Stearns. Pf'fenUium ef Ar- Srnith (the inimitable) played the t« * Bubblemere. Of courae, it waa full °f Lord faid of Marshal Key, that he had ft, tbe-mornin*eoarage—that ia, wake o'clock in tiie morning with the newa that u!£ waa in the camp, and he »W aa calm land cerned aa though he had only received a breakfast. Smith haa the two-o'clock-in-the-mornm" wit; wake liim np at that hoor, and we will 1,, . wager that bis first aentence if a joke. The* com ,* naturally to him aa pro verba did to Sancho. He can not open hi*-month, bat out they pop. W« h, Te great fears far poor Smith. We fear he will die with a joke in his month, which would not exactly be the thing in a Christian land. Mr. Snyder played Kungerawell. but ifie part was not so prominent as to call far particular notice. Ryan (that broth of a boy) "did up Augustus brown." He frequently brought down the whole house by hi* unaccountable drollery. If oar fears are great for Smith, they are not lass fa for Ryan, and for the same reanon. The good-natured, well meaning, half-rascal, half-wag Augustus, now a.va grant, and then a 11 cell, could not have been more happily portrayed The gigaatic Bill Staggera, who, according to his own account, weighed 17 stone 6, (that is to say, 214 pounds,) found an admirable represeatatfon in Mr. Siple. The very sight of him made the audience burst into a roar ot laughter. We do not think we ever saw Mr. S. before, though we know him well by reputation. He ia a trump, and no mistake. We beg Mr. Oile'a pardon, for he if a most estima ble gentleman; but he did piay the rjscal rather too mucn. People who do not know him aa well as we do, might be apt to suspect thet he got bis learning where he had no business being. He played tbe character of Hulks so naturally, tbat we are "not cer tain, if we had been near enough to tbe stage, that we should not at one time have jumped on it, collar ed him, and called for the police. The characters of Lynn, George and Joe Were pl»jed very creditably by Messrs. Blake, Johnston and Chippendale. This play was better supported than any we have seen for yearaat the Marshall. We would not deal in unnecessary panegryic, for we regard indiscrimi nate praise as injurious to both actor and writer. But we could find no fault with the representations ef Tuesday night. Mr. Couldock, we are sure, has no reason to complain of not being properly supported, and we hope he will alter his resolution, and stay here long enough to give us another look at the " Willow Copse." Dr. Batliss is still in tbe field—still the fterling and stirring champion of phrenology. He does not fold his arms in inglorious repose, while there is any thing to be done for the great cause which is the absorbing one ef his mind and energies.— Phrenology, the Doctor knows, is the great indicator of human character—pointing out its evil and its good tendencies—those teaching men * * * "More than hell to shun; These mote than Heaven pursue." This makes him a zealot—if he has not a head to survey in his room, to dash out into the street and seek for a fellow being who wants the light, he can give him to avoid the shoals and quicksands which beset his path. The Doctor is still at the City Hotel. He will stjnd bv his cause as long as there is a man left to work for. We hope he will be induced to give a lecture before he leaves the city. The IJoakd of Directors of the James River and Kanawha Company held a meeting yester day, Messrs. Boyd, Speed and Lyons being present. No business of public importance was transacted. The last two gentlemen named are new liirectors Nothing has yet been beard of Mr. Leake, and we are, therefore, unable to say whether or not he has accepted the appo ; ntment conferred upon him tv the board of Public Works. Catching a Thief.—leeterdav morning the denizens of the Valley, in the rear "of the Lat£ casterian School, were aroused by the tiring of a gun, and the screams of " stop thief," not a few of whom turned out and joined the chase. The fellow whom they were pursuing proved to be Temple, a notorious rogue, the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, who, when started, took to Shockoe Creek, and kept it, passing under the arches until he reached 17th street, when he Bed to, his den, where he was cap tured and caged. He was brought before the Mayor, and soundly punished for trespassiag where he had no right. Captured.—Henry, slave to Mrs. Talia ferro, and employed at the Powhatan House, wu dis covered on board the City of Richmond last Tuesday, by Capt. Mitchell, where he bad secreted himself in order to make his escape, and handed over to Captain Wilkerson, who deposited him in Talt's jail. The brother of this fellow ran off about two weeks ago, and has aot been heard of since. Vessel Abandoned.—The tow-boat Ben Sheppard, on her upwapd trip yesterday morning, fell in with the sloop William McLaughlin, which had been abandoned. She was taken in tow and brought up to Rocketts, where she now lies. This looks a little mysterious, as we have no recollection of any such vessel sailing from our port. When first seen from the Ben. Sheppard, she was drifting about the river, with sails set, and would soon have gone ashore. Steamship Roanoke.—lt will be observed by the advertisement of Messrs. Ludlam it Watson, that this steamer will be withdrawn from the line af ter this trip for a few weeks, in order to give her a new dress. Her consort, the Jamestown, will con tinue to make her regular trips. Keep the Sabbath.—Elizabeth Dear ing, charged with selling groceries on Sunday last, was partially examined yesterday morning, but ow ing to the absence of witnesses, the case was not con cluded. It will come up to-day. Rolling a Wheelbarrow.—Henry, a servant at the Mail office, was before the Mayor for rolling a wheelbarrow on the side-walk last W ednol day night Having a good excuse for so doing, he was admonished and discharged. Stealing Shoes, —Wm. Anderson, hired to Pemberton Si Brother, was convicted of stealing two pair of shoes from hia employers, and Hogged. Released. —Jameß Miles, slave to S. S. Myers, ehargcd with robbing Mr. Brown's till of rac ney, was examined and released, there being no evi dence against him. Locked Up.—George Woody, convicted of noisy and disorderly conduct on Second street last Saturday, was committed to prison yesterday for want of bail for his good behaviour. Released.—Ann slave to Mr. N. Ma t'.iews, charged with going at large, was released from custody, the evidence satisfying the Court that she was in the service of Mr. R. Lumpkin. Flogged.—Mary Jane Weaver and Amy Wilson, two negroes, were before the Mayor for quarrelling and hghting is Theatre Alley. Mary was ordered a Bogging, but the old woman was release! l . Fined.—J. Darracott was fiued for ot structiug the side-walk with coal. CojfTiKt'ED.—Wm. Dodd, charged with leaving hie cart in the street all night, wu uut impos ed of yesterday. Not Provkd.—E, Waaserman was ac quitted on the charge of gelling goods last Sunday. See the advertisement of Major Joseph Vandor, who proposes opening a school m this city to taach the science of Fencing. New medical books, at the EXCHANGE BOOK STOfiE.-OEOHGE M. WEST.—Chemistry and Metallurgy. »• appliedl to the study and practice of Dental Surgery, by A anowden Piagot, M. 1)., with numerous , t th , K 1 r s Hvnertropbyi Repair, In- ESkK' ti<,£lS£g #"«• D ~~ •" T » "ISiSS!""' 1 " ■"»•» c T "- '"I'TrJ'Tf R.ruunin Robert Haydon, Historical Paint aSSSSS&.Sflrt 1 —' - ■ "-■ 'w m the present time, with illustrative notesf chnjnolog!c*l cU of th. jjings of England, tables ot sovereigns, and a table des a[ (be present condition of Oreat BriUiu, by third edition-«ie (iodey and Oralism for December—Zx no 33 aluable tables for engi- NEERS.—New and Improved Tables, with the Method of their Application to finding the mean heights of Cross Sections, (or equivalent level cut tings,) and cubic conteuts of Excavations and Em bankments, by Patrick Lyon, Civil Engineer. Price $IJO. J vat published. For sate bv JAMES WOODHOI/SE, bo 23 Eagle Square. pgr SSTT i....—. 11... yM, » M ■■,yj w ta ¥ «• LBM Mill A NUUi kW«M 2ve£rfS££.* fcw< * u "*« uim ARHITALS IT TBI PBIHCIPAL HOTllf, VESTMIDAT t HOpt-j T Maeoa, Thot M Te»- drii; Cb« troStf S O Bnrnu. ganex: D Lmbm*. i aiS!*' vi ss^s&issrit O 8t^ P F««! t rtS e ' H * ; . u ® <He v _B DPitcher. Emi; UStr rwtf, Oran*«; L Jvobi, OordostrOfos CMC SET/ SfejL** on. iO j a£ ?; l i i .il "- City; D 9 Cuter UoocbUtKi; JTyree, He* Keafc AD Sore»jkn«l C D RtH,?r', d r°l d vr^J fo n ; " B Hibert. Pet«»b«rK « J uSST"a J . T O Richardson Vork ®*' ** C; A T Campbell, New EXCHANGE: HOTELS It K Pory 3 N C»reiin* Ki. v « E «t»le < Prince Edward; UDtnL Texar RB Lancaster: J B Henderson, New K*»nr- C W H L Hemir^TsT- T Y Oeo; Dt C C Cocke end lady. Kloranna; W J»»S? ? fami, y. Baltimore; O W Yanceyand «*«*», LyIwMBTK Ju 8 Pen'o, J?>L M N&nrv k , a Dchb * r ? : Mr » M Joh neon, Lo*i»uca; ft ladi *?J^Kn Cfr ; Ni ' wor!e * D »; WeftSS end £.* .W'fiM W A Puryear, Buckingham; J C jfifv*®?™*"* W m W Gwatbwy Rich! Smla . L C dto"i' nd M * N E ' Ma: Joh * B h„ C r? L RWU« K H °, IE J'- J M Lyneh- P hif T Son • hal 1 \v« Lawioo, LoouviHe; 5X- w fotiL^s J %*™x£ b o£vsh ChM Sim peon. Oilee C H; Wm H Micou IXtatt Ki,ss«ifSES jrj^a^axfwst&apgg line; Hon Mr Motley, R 3 Pitte, Thoe C Ca roline; John Clopton, VV B Blanton, Va. cannot produce a remedy V (bowing more home certificates, of the highest' standing in our community, than BAKER'S CELE BRATED PREMIUM BITTERS in the curetf Dyspepsia, Nervous Head-Ache, Heart bum. Soar Stomach or any derangement of the bowels, or Spina Affections, lee. We Invite those suffering with the above diseases by all means to gtve them * trial and get relieved of your suffering. Price 50 cents per bottle. For sale by Mean*. Par cell, Ladd k Co., Bennett k Beers, Alexander Duval, Adie & Gray, Charles Millspaugh, and Drag* gists generally throughout the city. Abo, by Todd « Christian, Petersburg; D. R. Lyman/Lynchburg: tins it Toy, Norfolk; Dr. E. Coram, Williamsburg. IST Orders addressed to E. BAKER, nirhmwi Va., will receive prompt attention. no 15 JUST PUBLISHED—OutIines of Scrip ture Geography and History, illustratiu the his torical portions of the Old and New Testaments, de signed for the use of schools and private reading, bv * Edward Hughes, P. R. A. S., kc.—9l Elements of Descriptive Geometry, part I—Tb« Point, the Straight Line and the Plane, by Samuel Schooler, M. A.-*3 The Apostolical and Primitive Church, popular Id its government and simple in Its worship; by Lymes Coleman, with an introductory esaay, by Dr. Augusta* Neander, third editiou—sl Life i>f Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter, from his autobiography and journals edited and compiled by Tom Taylor, cf the Inner Temple, Esq , 2 vols., 12mo —$1 7o With a number of other late and readable Books, just received by JAMES WOODHOUSE, no 23 Eagle Sfuare. PINE LIQUORS AND WINES.—Lon- JL dou Dock, Hennessey, and Otard, Dupuy it Co_ Brandy; Pure Rye Whiskey; Holland Gin; Jamaica Ram: Apple Brandy) Madeira, Sherry and Port Win* and Champagne, constantly on hand. ForsaJeby N ACE t WfNSTON, r.019 corner Cary and 14th street U R BA N A N D FLOUNCING RI BANDS.—The newest style of trimming of the seasor. The union of colors is gold and black, crim son andblack, black and orange and blue and gold. VALENTINE, CRENSHAW k CO., No. 99. corner Broad, 9th and Capitol streets, no 23 near Capitol Square. A Y STEAMER JAMESTOWN. —Heavjr Beaver and Giraffe Croths, for Overcoats; New Style Plaid DeLalnes and Habit prints; rich white and fancy colored Brocade Ribands; White Em broidered Thibet Shawls ; White and Black Quilted Skirts; Colored Mareelines, kc.jkc. VALENTINE, CRENSHAW k CO., No 99, corner Broad, 9th and Capitol streets, r,023. near Capitol Square. BLOCK TIN WAKE.—Block Tin and Britannia Patent Coffee Pots, Coffee Urns, of the most approved patterns; Steak and Oyster Dishes; Vegetable do., with hot water; hot water Kettle*, with and without heaters—another supply opening this day, for sale by 4 * no 23 fl. M. ZIMMERMAN. CCHEIDAM SCHNAPPS—WoIfe's gen uine aromatic Scheidam Schnapps, a superlative tonic and invigorating cordial for Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, General Debility, kc. kc., warranted pure and genuine. For sale, wholesale and retail, by n023 ALEX. DCVAL, 155 Main street. Y/IOUNTAIN BUTTER.—Just rereir iTJL ing. and will be, throughout the season. Moun tain Butter, some very nice. JAMES C. SPOTTS. no 23—2t No. 9 Pearl St. LADIES' DKESS BUTTONS-We bsve in store a handsome assortment of Ladies' Silk, Metal and Velvet Dress Buttons, to which we call the attention of retailers. GWTEH k ALVEY. no 23 No. 16 Pearl st. TNDIA RUBBER ROUND COMBS— A (Goodvear's patent.)— Just received another sap ply, whico we will sell to the trade at New York prices. GINTER k ALVEY, no 23 No 16 Pearl St. A PPLES—4O bbls. Apples, in prime or- J\ der, of different kinds, just received and for sale by S. BONAVITA k CO., no 23 No. 76 Main at. /CRANBERRIES.—S bbls. nice Cranber ries, just received and for sale by S. BONAVITA k CO, no 23 No. 76 Main St. SUPERIOR OLD WHISKEY.—2O bbls. the purest and choicest article In market, for sale by [no 23] JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. SEWING BIRDS.—Jiwt received anoth er supply of the useful little articles, to which we call the attention of no £3 No. 16 Pearl st. I ADY CLOTHS AND VELVET TRIM- I J MINOS —By the Roanoke, we are receiving las. drab and other Larfy Cloths, and the various width* of VoltH CRENSHAW k CO., No 99, corner Broad, 9th and Capitol at*., no 16 * pear Capitol Sqca-a. \\TM. i\ ADCOCK & CO. are constant ly i f receiving all the new stytes ot gentlemen** fcrntohing and fancy GOODS as soon as they *re In troduced in the Northern cities. Those who wish to find s large and choice selection are advised to call at their store, under the American Hotel. no Ift TUREEN PICKLES.—Fresh and tine, in VX gallon, half gallon and quarter gallon Jan. Just received and for sale low by JUAJ| pf po £1 next door to Exchange Bank. ILVA PRIiIERA.—A »upply of supe rior CIGARS of the above celebrated brands, just received at J. BLAIR'S, no 21 129 Broad street- T~ OY SILVER SPOONS for tbe littlft ones at home, made of real silver, at 131 csnta each For sale by OENNET k JAMES, no 21 Eagle Square. TRANSPARENT GUM DROPS—A. A great remedy for Colds and Coughs, for sal* by JUAN PI2ZINI, no 21 * next door to Exchange Bank. GREAT variety 'of FRENCH CAN DIES for parties and weddings, jest imported and for sale by JUAN PIZ/INI, no 21 next door te Exchange Bank ELS II supply of MALAGA GRAPES, JL just received and for sale Iy JUAN PIZZINI, no 21 next door to Exchange Bank VARNISHES— Copal, various grades; V Coach, Furniture, Japan, kc, 6 package* Smith's beat, fur**!..- by no 22 CHAS. MILLSPAUGH, Dr«g«i*t. Live geese feathers.—icw n*; Live Oeese Feather*, receiving on consignment, for sal* by A. S. LEE. no 15—2w I)OYb' CLOTHING.-Boys' Box, DrtM S> Frock*, S«U aolT Ho. NINMak