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De»t*vctits flit, —If** Wool#« MnnuHctory o! Potwio & Ojrtou, at Mount Vefnon, Ohio. W*s by Are last Friday. Loss or foO.OOO. insured. DcPiRTCSE or IHC Atlantic.—The steMrer At.tn'.ic nailed JkoHa N«xv York. Saturday. witii To p»»»ft>ger», among whom art Hon. John Y. Mason and es-OoVtwW Stymour. Sim takes cut $»jOo, ( <.0 -n sp -cse The Kef. Mr- Dean, of New Bedford, Maw . »4io« erioui disappes.rar.ca <reatad «J mocb aiaun arr.cng hi* friends, ha* been heard from at Albany. We received r.o papers .sst evening published N, r'h cf Philadelphia. JuJ,;o flricr, ot Philadelphia, ha* deeilfd :be trans'atioa ot Uncle Tom'* Cabin into German u no iaiii.-eciicntof the copy rijht. The stoatner America arrived at Kotton from Ha iisxon Stefufday. tISAVY tfTOUM—'l'i.ere h>i» U« . n a heavy storm ou the Lakes and a: the North: also on the Cheea- P«w. Fki'H Cju-ipossia. — The steamer Northern Lira:. iioui CaiuoicU. ba« arrived at New York. Baltimobb and Liverpool.—The Baltimore TV. -• announces tbtttho efforts to estaUL-h a line y. r rti amore between Baltimore and Liverpool have !n su -.e- 'ul. A «cr«w propeller, the City ot i;a'.tf:;or>;, will be placed upon the line ia the What"* snaNamb. —Daniel Weheter, has been « .\ ; . ot manslaughter in Somerset county, Md. auj s.-tu.:eu tj the peuiient.ary until May, 1861, The ro )f of Bates' Theatre, at St. Louli, fell in * Ith a crash, on the 17th i;i«t. Lose §10,000. A iew Lights the post otSce and five other to'jc, at Hartford, Ky., wore destroyed by tire. F:o:a the Charles'on Courier, Dec. 23. DBiiADFUL CATASTROPHE-EXPLOSION AND LUSS OF LiKE. !v is painful dotj to record this morning. a most leuifu: ceatriicijou oi life, aiUitig from the explosion ti the b hersui the steamer Mu Capt. W. M snia .aroori. which took place shortly after eight » i ve.sterday morning, i< she wn backing oat i. ::i At.autic wom!' 10 prscicti on her voyage to "Che .sw and the landings on thu Fee Dee liver. Ti-e forte OTi board a; the time of the explosion, n 'uding the captain, uflijers und crew, comprised iweuty-lwo, thirteen of whom tuve been kihed— tae rlty hav.ng been either immt tip with the bu. or ln.ve met with a watery grave. i'he I ..iy of \V. M. SUaaiiweod, who, we are tj.d, heid the b?lt-rope in his band at the time, bus teen r«c< fered, as has also the body of his chief ea ;.r;-er, Warren B. Stone. Tho mate, Capt. R. N. tiu.iea. (■ nuerlyof the Sararuic, is missing. Of the i.llie saved, several received severe contu n-ons—on?, a deck hand, a white man, had one of his »'i::« atnp r.nred yesterday, iu c«»tfeqaeuc« of inja nes sustained. A siial! nesrroboy who was standing on the wbarf m the time of tbe explosion, was struct on the head or » piece of ir-.-u and instantly killed. One f the boiier?, -weighing about two tons and a j.i was propelled about two hundred yards, out ; nj ;b its progress three b*s» of cotton in half, and kso-.-kh.g aoirj six brick pillars sustaining the eastern . ai I acutton shed tm Atlantic wharf, ultimate . y t smg df posited amonj the cotton in the shed. The - .-o idra.Ti passed over the deck of the schoo • . J. T. t'ardy—whose ofEcers and men were ..iteiy be. .. at the time, at their break fasts—slightly ii.j-i iiS the foremast, a-.d lotiited os the wharf. .he capniti of the ship jjehtcare, belonging to lis' .. Me., :vir.t at the same wharf, and his oiilcers, - re at breu !. »t, and the table at wbich they were i- bited was r.Ued with frngaoeuts from the wreck. suuitij* alter the explosion, a lire bToke rut on b •J. e. 't ■•■ißersa# the Delaware, bat the hull was I imptljr taken in tow by the steamer Col. Myers, t apt P.; je, aud carried into the stream, where it lodge i taa t>u;.k iu front of tho city and was con r.;e r .'-Me of the catastrophe is not, nor probably »Ti.r wih be, definitely known; we trusf, however tan ' .l* occurrence—the second within five or six "• -. ki—will cause tho owners and captains of cur ri»er boats to neglect no precaution that can con -•z- to the - .fe'y of those who trust themselves •a board them. Kil'.JM SANTA Ft—MURDER AND LYNCH LAW. jr. Lot is, Dec. 23.—The Santa Fe mail arrived at lsdspeutioi.es, bri.jgs dates from Chihuahua to the - tc November. Business was extremely dull, and it was thougi : tint ail the foreign merchants would t.lun leave.- for California, and the trade go into the bands of the Mexicans. Soene American were waiting ut El Passo, not able to pass aoods tiirougli the C i-:tam House, 20 per cent, more being tided to the tariff, with posrive instructions to admit ao joods unless estreme rates are paid. Gen. Garland intends a Fort on itico River A Misscallero chief '.raj killed by a M-x'.c.m, vrliicn will create some difficulty in the Kesi.la V ailey. H'jjU R. Sraith w,%3 shot by a man in charge of Shewing'* mail, at S&u Fe. Two uien earned Sculiiou and Stophenson, created a disturbance, when the i'oiruer shot smith twice. Both men wer* • re»ted, and it being generally belisved that Smith vfis kiiied, a jury was enipanueiled, and Scuilion immuii'ufcly Siuitit, itvtftrtr, is ?J?v6. and slowly recovering. Business wai ijuiie dull at Santa F«. Later From Mexico.—The greatest enthusiasm, .s.isaid, pr-.vt.iis in Honor*. The Governor, Manuel Ga.iaara. had ibsned n proclamation on the loth November at L T res, declaring : first-' All foreigners landing on the Mexican Ter ritory wituoa: permission of the authorities, and famine then selves into arintd bodies, will be con- urtG and treated as Pirates. Kciiiii—Thar captains of ships transporting armed adventurers, the owners of such convicted of com plicity. persons who shall hold relations with the nvace.rs. or who shall protect them and serve them, or come to their aid, or shall conceal or try to tare any of tnvni, or shall act as guides to them, or stall tite tl.eui nows or adv.ee, shall also be treated as piiares. Third— That ail inhabitants who shall retire from tne Ccßrres cf population iu order to avoid taking arms, ana those who shall prove reluctant in fulfilling the obligations which are imposed upon t!isoi by their country, shall be considered suspicious, aiid be tried by mi r.-.ar law j and the least penalty !o which they shall be liable, shall be that of lncvrpo n„oo .a tiie corps of Veterans. Fiance.—By the Herman.—The Daily News states tiii. the Government of Louis Napoleon has ad dressed to the King cf the Bef»:ans a formal repre ».;a'..at on, in waica he apprises King Leopold that ha Lai become aware of his participation in the themes and intrigues of the Fusiomsts, and i;- B ilgiu': government clear notice that upoiT the 'a.-o.eioeiit of the coi.esced Bourbo:i3 against tic ~i.ib.ifii''d trtitr ot things in France, an army w: i b<; ruarehed into Belgium The recent rapid a£-a unexpected movements of the Duke da Brabajt »ud-rstu ,d to refer to this event, and the Cabinet ■of &rr.»w»n is in a great fright. NainU Pssi-n, the. Minister of Commerce at Con *!antin--.:.■;■.', charged wjih a ljnancial mission, had '■• r-c-.i.rd at audience |-y L:.l. Napoleon. The a't 1 -isic a! ailairs in the French capital was T satisfactory, *nd business was duil. FROM CALIFORNIA—MORE GOLD. .4- tv i.ki a - :, i) '■ c. 23.—The steamer Pampero ,'iai a.-riv - la': th Boliie, in live and a half days lrom Sai> J ■-:.. Brit g 172 passengers, and a large quan t.ty i.i i...d tn frtigjii. 1 . ■ P>- i.pero r?p j»!« fl.at the steamer Northern I j u :..:r. ji-r New York of the Mtb, with iOu pat r-r«, ui d f 1 ;n _ The Pampero lias to the 1 h of December. THE RAILROAD TROUBLES AT ERIE, Lc. i'.ti . xt.'.s >>■;•■■■ -i.—a public n?c sticg, largely at (i i-dr-a, wi<» btlil lasi Difiii, at which resolution* were | aijtJ, of thy Indignation of our ci at the the people ot' Erie. A 1..-, occji ,cd on Main street, last night, destroy in.; iLdwelf* cloth.#« »:»rc, nad Toon's *tove and injuring the adjoining building-*. B'dwUl's losi» ft aiioul Slo.iHM.'; iueururt for SS./iUO. T-usett's Jo-t it i'i.><•'■; int-ar-jd lor 4(5,U00. The buildinre were mtared for H>M. MARKETS iiiLTiMuKE, Dee._ —12 M —Breadituffs firm. Viour—He wild st., e>B 62J ; I,UOO barrel* sold; City M j r, fcj C2j; barrels sold. White Wheat, $1 io <* V 00; lied, 81 •Ij'ct'&l 60; 7,tW bushel* sold.— Citu, prune, white, oUn 'toMa; yellow, 60c.®63c. j ll.ouO bushel* told. No chauge in o.her article*. ii'Ew IfoaK, D*c. 21—'1 V M.—Flour ha.« advanced. * >»'.ero h?.d Svate brand i £7 tlywiaLat l£J--31i; of 3 ; 000 barrels. Wheat advarwiuj:. Safe's cf bu«bei* W.eiteA r«d at 4(1 tis. jbpm, prime y- Sow. T4u.ic7.ir.. • white, I'Sc.; 30,(4)0 bu*hoi* «j'd. Cotton active and advancing. Stocks firm and advancing. <j * I >"> •' —la store and for fulu <<t market * j. ces, -'SwoooeV' *upeiJirjtj, "VVhitiuore," •'"•<?/ Mil!*." "I>. Summer**," "S.ate li • ■ u..\» ottter atiiuu* braud:*. BROWN k SHOOK. I_l AIK DYES—From the most celebra •;«; jito.iu&ciitfeni, tor «alfs ve»y low. Barber* Mid ctalerM flapped at uuthiiifccturers' prices. IjLiL _ **• I'iCOT At CO., DioifiUin FAMILIES, &0., W I L LDe MiJ'- J'LIED VVIIII BREAD, K.c., on MONDAY ".uiitiQi, for tao <Hy, by my wagons, aod from the atom. i «<**, liariuf wdrr* W tir tiltett'OD TYif Jar wii fteatt s *ftd as early e» convenient. W'ji.JfALCONEE. " " 1 '■ L - ' i "'ggHßHageagßaßßg WANTS. W fcD—-A situation vii a larua v OM.RSI.ER. The rdtertiser has had several , yeart Mpenence in fatttJlng. and cio give the beat recommendation as to chmcter and capacity. Ad dress "A.' at tth t.ffie*. V 38-s.»j WANTED.—The subscriber whiten to i hi. .u' the subscsibtar, la KichtiioaO. or h.s brother, Dr. P. Trent. L dg »>—l2t WM. R. TRENT VITANTED—Io do the general house- T r ork o! » WHITE WOMAN of k!^* CU, »' re <? rr, "d ) Apply at this ot- J? I*®*"1*®*" »ho hours of 10 and 111 o'clock at( J. Monday. tie 21-?t» ' WAMED-A man accustomed to wait . « « J n? ln bouse and driving; a Cook, a Washer. Irdner, aud a Nurse. N'ouo need apply that aie uct Weil Qualified. Apply to J* 24-iIJ 'CRENSHAW fc CO, W i-K \ iIXTS \\ AN 1 EL).—l ft Uli t«> hire y ' wo KKMALE SBHVaSTS, witlioat incun.- "■'at.c-, tj: A gjoaCouA anti a Nurse, G N. JOHNSON, Brosd st., J dooia above the Monumeiual Church. WANTED.—A uihu and wile, wiiu cue T t thud, wish to procure a boarding place, with- Intsve minutes waik of the Post Otti<w. Address .V ■ =•• Hex 10., Ricbiaoud Poat Olfioa, givlnc losa tion, tertns. Uc. <te i£l—'};» \\ ANTED—A situation as G-wtuExtit , , < i r _P V krseku, hy a aian of good experience. Apply ar this oftce. de i3-^2t» WANTED TO HIRE for the ensuing t »'A6«KR f,,)d JRONEK; a.so, a SERVANT U O.MAN, to do genersd house worn. Ojod relerei.ee required. Apply at the of nee t»f de*B—ts JAMF.S CRAY & SOyo, \V AN I'ED, lor the eu&uiug year, a goou cuok, wtsher and irouer. Ai»o, a uiiddie uired mile d.ning room servant Apply to , », .. K.O PICKETT, o e *' CornT6th and Eejzh at». WANTED—A good NU&SE, without , s«' Q CWflbrance, for tiie ensuiuz yeur. Apply at 16 EDWIN WORTHAM h tO.'S. WANTED—By the fir«t or middle of r rJr,„ 1 , Rrcl l» tWD &r three !ir « c f ate STRAW MlL lilMsßa and several SIUK MILLINERS. Apply SO 'J" " N C. BARTON'S, ggjg lQßMaia«ireet. WAN' FED—For the eusuiug vear, a COOK ana HOUSE SERVANT a'dplv to ANDREW JOHNSTON, j r> o — y Corner of Leigh and 6th street*. de 9—St/iwtl.Tan WANTED— Two fir*t rate woi-feers in TIN PLATE and SHEET I RON, to whom ron stf.ut ernploytnect and liberal wages w!!l be piiid.— Apply at tha Stove arid Tin store cf GEO. STAR KKTT. 14 j Main street, Exehange Bank. i KD—A second hand Engine, suit able for a Saw Mill ofnot ieis tiian 15 horse power- JNO. W. WRIGHT, - ■ Dock Wrtarf. . WANTED—I wish to rent a Store on » » Main sr., on the left hund side, between 10th and loth sis. Apply to EDWARD D. EACHO, C(J 2-1 GeneralAeen: and Collector. ANTED —A YOUNG MAN to act as " f salesman in my store. One that has had some experience ui tha business preferred. Apply imme diately to no ' No. 43 Main street. WANTED—A young man in the Shoe " * busines?. One that can come well recommend ed will hear of a g&od situation by addressing B, x 682, Post Otfice. OC 2H WANTED TO KENT—(Possession to be eiven during the month of November)—A comfortable Dwelling containing five or six rooms One on Shockoe Hill preferred. Apply to E. D. EACHO, oc 1* General Agent and Collector. WANTED.—We wish to "*'^" i - mifi.ita finrehase asecoad hand FREIGHT BOAT, of 6Wor l(Hi Tons burthen. Apply to de 9 TOLER t COOK. I'earl street. VI ID LIN EK S WANTED.—Two or three good Silk Milliners. Apply at N. C. BARTON'S, oce—tf 109 Main 8t - NEW AND ELEGANTLY ILLUS TRATED WORKS—ANNUALS AND JUVE NILE BOOKS—For the Holidays: THE POETICAL WORKS of Geo. P. Morrris, in 1 eleuant vol., illustrated. Price iji. THE EVENING BOOK, bv Mrs. Kirkland. THE HOME CIRCLE, by "Mrs. Kirkland. THE AUTUMN HOURS, bv Mrs Kirkland. LEAFLETS OF MEMORY far If-M. SHAKSPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS, ele gar:tly betind. MONTGOMERY'S POETICAL WORKS. ALBUMS of different variety. THE KEEPSAKE OF FRIENDSHIP for 18.54 THE AMARANTH for 1854 THE GARLAND ; THE MAGNOLIA for 1854. THE GOLDEN GIFT THE GIFT OF FRIENDSHIP for 18>I. THE GIFT OF SENTIMENT THE GIFT OF AFFECTION THE BENISON; THE GIFT OF LOVE. ' THE REMEMBER ME CHRISTMAS BLOSSOMS THE SNOW FLAKE ; THE GEM ANNUALS STAR OF BETHLEHEM. Besides a great variety of others, all hapdsomely bound and illustrated. JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS in great variety; every kind in the market. GAMES FOR CHILDREN —A great many diffe rent Kinds. 13F" Don't forzet to call on LEWIS L. SMITH. d«24— 2t Opposite the American Hotel. ELVET lilliLES AND Pit AYE K BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.—A MORRIS, 97 Main street, has just opened a choice assortment, richly bound in silk velset, with and without clasps. Also, a variety of Morocco embossed, Turkey, 4;c. Fancy Books for the Holidays—a large and beau tiful stock. Juvenile Books, with engravings. Standard Authors in fine bindings, for presents. Ladies' Dressing Cases and Writing Desk?. English Editions of the Poets, fine bindings. Ladies' Work Boxes, furnished and plain. Pianos—a new stock hist arrived. d» 23 /JJ.OLD AND SILVEK YVATuHEs.— Just received a large and splendid assortment of Gold aisd Silver WATCHES, in open, hunting and magic cases, made by the most celebrated mancfac ;uiers—warranted good time keepers. If you want a Watch to give satisfaction as to time, qnality, kc., aowis the time to gel one—of ELTAS HALE, Importer and dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. US Main street. de 22 /TJJ.OLD LOCKETS, Gold Pencils and vX Peas, Breast Pius. Ear Rings, Finger Rings, gold Guards, Fob and Vest Chains, gold and silver Spectacles, Eye Gla3ies, a vaiiety of nice Fancy Guccis su.table for Cnristmaa presents, all just to hand and for sate at lfiy Main street, by ELIA3 HALE, Importer and dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. fie. 22 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YJLAKS PRESENTS.—R. L. HICKSON, 218 Broad St., is now opening, in addition to his former stock, a new supply of handsome China Articles, Bohemian Toi let Bottles, Fancy Work Buxes, with a variety of other Goods. de 24 | ADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS.—We still X-i have a r 4s ussortmeot Cloth Cloaks lor ladies, unhandy also, Cloths, Velvets, 4tc ire. Square and long plaid Shawls T.jibet Shawis Printed and Broche Shawls Pliiiaand embroidered Crape do.—ail of which wa ofi'or for sale ai low prices. 6e 22 C. HARTWELL fc CO. CJODEY FOR JANUARY.—G. H. * WEST has received— Ciodey"* L»d}'s Book (or January, with elegantly colored fashion plate* and splendid en-grarings. Now is the time to subscribe a,t a iow price de 17 O/1 QUARTER RAGS BUCKWHEAT, O" / receiritif thi*Aiy. fbr^aletry — de 19 WILLIAMS U BROTHER. MOI^ASSES. —25 hhds. bright rebelled Molaaies: 25 bbla do do. Id store and for sale by E H. SKINKER, de 17 Cary street OrXTAIN BUCKWIIEAT— A lew barrtls on aand, which will be sold low to cicse a coasijniueot. tJiiOWN Si SHOOK, de 19 Near Central Dej>ot /HANDLES.—:iiJ boxes Jlt>vv« ; siO boxes Vy* IjperW; 25 do. Tallow, all of the be*t quality, just received and foranle low by tie W ELAM, SMITH it CO ffjT POCKETS CHOICE FAMILY JA • COVFEE lauding thi* morning from*chr. 3u!iele and for sale by db 17 WILLIAMS k BROTHER. ORTO RICO SUGAR.—IS hbds. vtn choice qodiity, for *a ! e by ee 17 £■ H.SKINKER, Cary st. plo COFFEE. SAFETY FUSE, Blant -11 in>i and RitJo Powdc. Salt, firiß arid ground Uato, N. K. Rum, Rice, choice Old Whiskey, saps ■ rior Cot nic UrMidv. Eor wle \<j d« vtl. ... . ALLEN St CO. PKT.F.GIi A PHTi! Kir cr* We received no Tel grmpUlc ptt&M lam night. I AM BERT'S LOTTERY OJeTICE.No. o®lß CALVERT STREET, BALTI MORE, OPPOSITE BARNUM'9 HOTEL-The yarchate or wOe of Lotteiy Ticket* wkbin tbsStas* of \ lrgmta being uow tu violation of law, and at j:ii<ied p-aiit T on -ctmTtetiwr, the «üb »vuld rtspectfaily solicit the orders of ,bif 'rtea« and others wbtj m»j fetl disposed topurcius. ! Having been a. resident of Ricbtnond for upwa-ds ot 1 thirty years, and being pretty tenerally kuW-i, hroughout the State, he deems It almost unnec»mrv .ojpve any further that all business coftftd i " f?_9' ul wu ' l,o promptly and propetly attended to. ! . CyPacssgta, siugle tickets and shares, in ail th* Lotteries, for sale. ISrTlm printed official drawings sent to sorrespoa, dects by the first mail. Piizes cashed at sight. - dd i e *« THOMAS LAMBERT, no Z*—-if ta Baltimore, Mil. MUSICAL NOTICE.—SIG. JOb BOitKA begt leave to iutorai the iadie« and gentlemen of Richmond and its vicinity. Ahat he has just received the permission of . the use of tbe Lecture Room of the Monumental I Church, by the kindness of the members of that | Church, for the formation of a MUSICAL ACADE JO3 B. respectfully invites the Ladies from 9 A. LM. t.ii 11'. M_ na<j Oentlvuieß after dark, oo Wed nesday, December 16th, 18U1, and cantin»e every aav this week, i His classes are almost formed. Any person desir ing to join are respectfully requested to commence together, other wise they will be compelled to wait til! another class is formed. The public is respectfully invited to attend the two weeks test lesions that they may form aa idea of the beauty and advantages of his system. If th;s mode of instruction does not oon viuce them of its superiority, they are free to with draw from the school, without enj* charge. The public are invited to call and examine his Mu sicai Library and Jenny LindcarH. delS—Tin* r po 11 IE ERIENJDS 0E EDL'CATIOiS. A —MISS LYFORD, having recently arrived in this city, from Baltimore, is desirous of forming a clufs of pupils in MUSIC and FRENCH. She is aware that the time usually chosen by parents and gnnrdians for selecting the instructors of their daugh ters and WaTds, is past; but as she doe* not intend to teach the English Dranches, she believes that her ad vertisement will not be considered out of place. Miss L. desires to call especial attention to her plan ' of teaching French. Instruction in tbe language is given in a manner that enables the scholar to com mence conversation in it almost immediately, and thus to acquire a perfect knowledge of it vfrirhx grear facility. It has been the custom of Miss L. to cause her pnpils to begin conversation as soon us they afc quire tile rudiments of th« language: coni<equenrly, they do not labor under the disadvantage* in many schools, of being unablato sp«ak a t.r to un derstand it wbeoSpoken; thoujih perhaps perfoctly able to read and write it. Miss L. commenced the study of the French in early childhood, continued it under native teucheru, and completed it in a distin- Euislied foreign tamiiy, that of the sister-in-law bf >on Calderon de la Larca, lata Minister from Spain to the United States. »««• Music, Vocal and Instrumental, istaueht, according to the plan pursued by the most eminent Professors .f Baltimore. As tbe attention of Miss Lyford ba* been particularly directed to the study of Music anrt KrencU, and «»she has had experience and success in touching these branches of a pelite Eopi-ition, she j hopes that she may be deemed jwth»4f't!ie conti nence of a discerning public. >. Besides the names appended, which are all it is thought necessary to publish from an extensive list, Miss L. refers to the parents of her.scholars in Essex, King William, King and and Gloucester coun ties : in the two last named slw has been teaching the above branches in conjunction with the English for the last three years. It is the wish of Miss Lyford to commence her course of instruction early in the month of Jar uarv, 1851. All who are desirous of entering rhn classes will therefore make immediate application, when her terms will be made known. RKFF.RLNCES. M'Ue. ALiVIA L'AIGNOUX, Baltimore, " AIMEE ROGET, Mr. ASHUR CLARKE, " '• i'rof. J. F. PETR I, " JOS. GEGAN, Conductor of tlje Cathedral 1 Choir, Baltimore. " . ' In this city, Miss Lyford considers it sufficient to give as a reference the name of the Rev IvIuSES I). HOGE Apply at the residence of the Rev. M. B.Sweeney, Marshall street, between 4tli and ,sth, nearly opposite St. James' (Episcopal) Church de 12—1 in * ELEGANT GIFi r BOOIvS! AND RICH FANCY GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS. JAMES WOODHuusK, Eagle Square, OFF EliS tor sale a splendid collection of superb BOOKS, suitable for Christmas aud New Year's Presents. Among them may be found— THE WILKIE GALLERY : a selection of the best Pictures of the late Sir David Wilki'e; including his Spanish and Oriental Sketches, with notices biographical and critical. One handsome vol ume, 4to; antique Morocco. THE VERNON GALLERY OF BRITISH ART; edited by S. C. Hall. One hands Jill e 4to volume, Morocco •antique. FLOWERS' FROM STRATFORD ON AVON: a rich Gift Book for all seasons, consisting of a series of Floral Compositions, suggested b_, the exquisite description of Flowers which lie'scat tered thro" the works of Shakspeare. FINDEN'S BEAUTIES OF THE POET MOORE. BOOK OF BRITISH BALLADS, edited by S. C. Hall. Exquisitely illustrated by : lie finest wuod_ engravings; eleeanr.ly bound THE HOLY GOSPELS—beautifully printed, with engraved borders to every page. One volume, folio. Morocco elesant. BARONIAL HALLS OF ENGLAND and Pictures que Edifices of England; 2 volumes,-Jto, half Mo rocco. GRAY'S ELEGY —beautifully illustrated with new designs. PILGRIMAGES TO ENGLISH SHRINES, by Mrs. S C. Hali; beautifully bound and illustrated. POETRY OF THE YEaR: Passages from the Poets, descriptive of the seasons With 22 colored il lustrations; Morocco antique. PORTRAIT GALLERY OF DISTINGUISHED PERSONS, with biographies. By the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. 118 por traits. 3 vols, Bvo. COOK'S VOYAGES ROUND THE WORLD, 2 vol umes, Bco, calf; elegant. MRS. JAME.iON'S SACRED AND LEGENDARY ART; beautifully illustrated. MRS. JAMESON'S LEGENDS OF THE MONAS- TIC ORDERS. HOMES OF AMERICAN STATESMEN, with anec dotal, personal and descriptive sketches: beauti fully illustrated, various bindings. THE PARABLES OK OUR LORD—illustrated after the style of the Old Masters. The letter press printed in red. Old English, folio antique. 1 LONGFELLOW'S EVANGELINE—Morocco, ele- POETICAL WORKS—Moroc co, elegant. LONGFELLOW'S HYPERION—Morocco, elegant. LONGFELLOW'S GOLDEN LEGEND—Morocco, elegant. With a number of other elegant BOOKS, beauti fully bound and illustrated—English and American! BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS AND HYMN BOOKS, Bound in Morocco, Velvet and Papier Machie. CHILDREN'S BOOKS in the greatest variety—gome entirely new. LADIES* WORK BOXES, PORTABLE WRITING DESKS, WRITING CASES, PORTFOLIOS. CAIIDCASES, LADIES' RETICULES, GOLD AND SILVER PEN AND PENCIL CASES, &c., Stc. de 24—ts BOOKS FOR 1854.—Besides n variety of new arid standard Books, with illustrations, and bound in ornamental styles, J. W. RANDOLPH hasfor sale Jthe following.Annuals 135-1: London Keepsake; Leaflets of Memory; White Veil; AVild Scenes and Song Birds; Bow in the Cloud; Getn of the Season; Odd Fellows' Offering; Tiis To ken: Christinas Blossoms; ThePenrl; The Magnolia; Gift of Flowers; The Benison; Gift of Love; Dew Drop; Keepeti'ce of Friendship; Sapw Fiakt; Gem Annual; Amaranth; Casket; Garland; Floral Forget Me Not; Masonic Offering; Forget Me Not; Ladies' Scrap Book; May Flower; Rejnetuber Me; Gift of Sentiment; Gift of Affection; Laurel Wreath; The Chapiet; Ladies' Wreath; Wreath of Friendship; Literary Gems: The Everjreen; Ladies' Diadem; The Iris; The Rosemary; Golden Gift; British Ballads; Waverly Keepsake; Christmas Shadows; Christmas Book; Christmas Roses; Juvenile Keepsake; The Jewel, itc. itc. Juvenile Boofcs.to gilit every, capacity. de2d 1 ; • SPECIAL NOTICE.—NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.- Specie, Gold, Silver, Bullion, Jewelry, Precious Stones, Met?lg.Q£ VtuexbJjc Articles at any kind will not be received en board of eltijerof the Company's Ships, viz: the Jamestown or the Roanoke, ex cept by special agreement with the Agents or the Pur sers ot the Ships; nor will the Company be responsi ble for such articles, unless bills of lading are granted therefor, and the value: therein stated. LUDLAM 4*. WATSON, an ! Agentj. r piIOMASTON LIME.—2OO bbls. Re- JL ceiving and for sale by de 2-1 EDWIN WORTH AM A. CO. PRIME BUTTER.—Just received,: in store and for sale by I? A. £. MOORK.IBt» Broad at V[EGRO isQCKS.—Just received, a large XT lot of Negro Sicks, a; No. 112 Main street. de 2ft a, MERCHANT k WEISIGER CJL r ANO—Daily expected Mid for tale at J market rates ly EDWIN WORTHAM CO. I SIDES HARNESS UiATDEK ; lvu JO do. Skirting do. Said to fce of veiy superior quality, daily expected and for.oaie by CItENSHAVV A. CO. /j( | KEGS prime famtty BUTrEßjlsnd iug and I'm «alo by deil 1 ' CRENSHAW t CO. AUCTION SALES. FUTt'itE f!Aia. — I it iAMFn V*. TJU'LUH, """* |>riU)IXG LOIS OX24th STREET, Lf vxigx HILL, ix AI*CTION.—O»FEIDAY! flock, r. 31., upoa ibe premoea,. •?. a** Bnlldfti^Lota,on SJthstreet, between' K' Bid h street#, and nHHy optrctite the residence of Mr. John H. Pearsdn. Tbei« lot* front, about 25 fret "ach, and beina situated in a pleasant and rapidly im- neighborhood, ase worth the attention bf -ihJte in wan: of such property. 1 CRMs—Qne-.third cMb; balance at 4 and 8 month*. i®iX T y!^ E Dec% "r os of tbe wes,her ,o & JAS M. TATLOR. Aoef. BY JAMKM M. TAYLOR. A UCTION HEIFERS, XVYEARLIN'GS, HOOS AND FARMING UTEN SILS AT HOSE NEATH FaAM.— The nndet •itaea. tf itb the yiewr bf reducinflhis stock of Cattle, ke., will set! Ac anctioti on FRIDAY. B«tb Decern !ier. at.Rose Neath Farm, one mile w*et of the city, at II o'clock. A. M., about 20 head of HOGS, 6 YEARLINGS, HEIFERS, kc., several of which took premiums at tbe State Fair, a WheaA-thresher. Horse-power. &.c., and sundry other Farming Uten sils. Sale pusitive and without reserve, by james m. Taylor. Auct. TeRMs —Four months credit for sums over ®50, for approved notes ; under that amount ciwb. ALSO—A pair of superior match HORSES, four years old. well broke aud perfectly sound; fold for no fault whatever. Li«»u LEWIS D„ CRENSHAW. Land in hakovek, two miles FROM SLASH COTTAGE, FOR SALE.-I j otfer for sale a traot cf LAND. 27")J acres, 1 ijiaf in Hanjver ooonty, on the road leading frc m In dependence Meeting House ro Hanover Court House, ! and ailjoining the lands of Messrs. Davis. White, I Cross, Tompkius and Dr. Junes. This Laud is lor the. I most' part covered with a heavy growth of oak and I pint- timber, and being convenient to the railroad, aSbrdsa fine openWg to those disposed to engage in timber and vra< d get'in?. A stnail portion is cleared and improved, by a small dwelling and other houses. A pla: of the Land rosy be seen at mv office. If not soid privately before TUESDAY. 27th De cember, it will, on that day, be sold at auction, upon the prtjmisps. commencing at 11 o'clock, A M. Tenna will beujade liberal. de ia .) AS. W. TAYLOR, Anctr. Valuable ir-Aiiii oss THE west- J HAM PLANK ROAtA, TOGETHER WITH THE CROPS, STOCK, S.C., AT AUCTION —On W EDNESDAY, 28:h December, at 11 o'(Jock, A. M., will be sold the farm situated at the forks of the. Plank Roak, between four arid five miles from the city containing 145 acre*, about fc;llf cleared,'the remain der well vrooded. The land lies beau'ifnily. is sus ctptibla of ens? imprcveiaent. ana weH adapted for the cuitare oj com, wheat, ic. The improvements 99ns;st.i>f two dwellings, barn, -fcc. In.the hands of a siillfui manager this might b« made one of the most , productive auri beautify! farms r.eartbe city, posses sing, as it does, rare advantage* o,f location, water, va riety of soil, itc. The o Wnftr is induced to offer this I'drtn for sslfr solely on account cf his haringpurchased a ffcrtii-jn-Snrry: • J: f'f" " 1 After! he saje of this farm will be sold a number of . l'*«. n»»i yit.-d.tteUiXH mMHtH I Qll to I<>H Mjl-i crtrn. tot shucks, top" aiia"blade feeder, SO cords wood, ready trut. itc. Ttnws—For the land r i casn, balance at 6,' ijand IS months, carryinaintesest and secured by a trust deed. For the crops„i.c ,-4 months ereait for approved ne gotiable notes, with interest added, for all sums over S-M);.'under tlmt amount cash Skould it be desired, the farm may be treated for privately before the day of sale. de IK JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auctioneer. T AMES D. ELLETT, General Agent— OUiceon Governot street, opposite the Dispatch Office—can be found at ail hours, ready to attend to any and all business in tbe Agency line, soch as sett ing and hiring out Negroes, collection of claims, sell ing and buying all kind* of produce, renting g«u homes. Alc. 4:0. • de 17—rn AA I) 1- 1i: L iliOXa.— JL Brass, pierced Iron, cast iron and wire Fenders; Steel axuT brass head Fjje Irons, in sets and pain?; Copper, brass and ahuet iron, Coal Scoops; Cinder SiUera; Fire Carriers; Extra J* ok era; Kitchen Kire Irons, extra strong; Uraasand iron Footmen; Jamb Hooks: Bronzed Fire Iron Stands, various patterns,, itc. For sale at reduc*rd prices by C. J. iJtNTON it CO., 71 Main pt., df 17 Sign of rhe Circular Saw. I VOiiY 1 ABLE CUTLERi", in sets m! -* 6,12. 59, 51 and 53 pieces Ivory handle Table and Dessert Knives only Do ~ do do Forks Do do Carvers and Steels and Beef Slicers. Which we ofier at low prices. C. J. SINTON & CO ,71 Main St., de 17 Sign of the Circular Saw. IJKISMIUM VENETIAN BLINDS.— A GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN, Venetian Blind Ma ker, No. til Archstreet, Philadelphia. Constantly on hand a general assortment of Blinds, wholesale aud retail, at the iow._-»n-prices. The citizei.jof Richmond and'vfdituty"are respect fully informed that lieving appointed Messrs. HAB LISTON &. BROTHER, No. 13 Governor street, Agents, all orders left With them will meet with prompt attention, and Blinds furnished at PHILA DELPHIA PRICES. no 16—3 mis —Mv store having undergone. -L » a thorough repair, and anew stock of GROCE RIES laid in, 1 resume iriy former business, and re spectfully solicit a call from ihy old customers and the public in general. de 8 A. E. MOORE, 180 Broad st. jpy: VIRGINIA CEN TRAL RAILROAD.—On and after the 17th December, 1853, the following, named stopping piaces will be discontinued: South Anna Bridge, Whitlock's, Gwathtiey's, Campbell's Saw Mill. By. order of the Board of Directors. de 14—lm E. U. GILL, Snp't. 'Ml PIANO MUSIC.—JOHN R3EIN HARDT tecoromends himself to the citizens of Richmond, as Professor of Musw 6n the "•tJi PIANO FORTE,and(M Tuner and Repairer of Pianos. If 9. will give lessons, at regular hours, in private families, and repair and tune instruments at moderate charges. Apply at his residence, Second, between Marshall and Broad streets. , ..»•»: P»«'a ■ jm* M CANARA BIRDS. —A fine lot ul CANARlES—beautiful sinp-srs— just received s&jc&J§sciud for sale at ALLEN'S ARBOUR, de ti corner Main and 12th sts. pLOTHING FOR THE WINTER at the weil-innwu Cioliiiug EtuptwiiMH- of HEN RY BHAFER, No.■ 103 Alain street, where gentle men can find every aitigie of Clothing, made up in the most approved style, which he will sellj as the season is far advanced, at greatly reduced prices. HENRY" SHAKER, de 20 Corner Main and Pearl streets. IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. — THE "VIRGINIA VALLEY COMPANY" OF WINCHESTER. Tliig Company has a large cash capital paid in, and is guaranteed by the best of references. B. W. KNOWLE&, A in Kwhtnwd. OSloe at the Book SToaE of KjJoWLas Wat ford. corner of Main and 11th streets. de 21—St Rich oil paintings on silk for 1 SALE VERY LOW.—These include several tSuiuiiicr and Winter soones. Ocean Views, Groups, Portraits, Ate. CaJi and exataina. at de 22 liIFLKLEY i CO.'S. 137 Jlnin »t E£*Wi (T»;'7»S.;s§q RICHMOND AND Jt--^r¥"r' eaf roanville railroad. The running of the regular Freight Trains 011 this "ftwui niifhf-v.igpenrtfiitmi SDSfr6':n HK)NDAY,£Ct!i, to Saturday, thesist ia-t. a. talcott, 21 Chief Engineer Sup- 1. IToiS MAKING JELL]ES, iiLANC MAJKiK, 4.C.—Cooper's Anteiicau Sheet and Shred Isiiigiasj; alsu, u supply \>i Cex?a Sparkling Oelttfiue. J. H. BLAIR. 13LANKETS! BLANKETS! —We have an extensive stock of Negro and Bed BWukets in store which we will sell at Itnv prices. All in want I will pledge call on HART it MOSES, i • U.l Main st. \'F INCING K N IVES, Ac.—Sliusafje Milla. or Meat Cuttera: Chapping Knives; Sau sage Stuffcrs. Anofhtr supply jusr to hand; for sale hy ZIMMERMAN ULAIN AND FIGURED MOUS *- . LAINES.—We witl close oqt our present stock ? J''d figured Mooslaities, at reduced prices. Also plain Tan colored Merihpes and Muuilainef, very cheap .. .<je -j .. .. .. HART kALOaSS,M Main st. Hair Brushes, cosiijs, ac-a very fijie aswirtmeut ofpj«!u and highW finish ed Hair Kiu<hes t u suit the taste ofall. Nail l»ru«h en. Tooth brushes, Combs, fcc., of all kinds. For sale very k.w by ,_.Ats2i E. J- PIOOT k ct>rP»aggl;tt. PULMONAHY SYKOF.-A very e^l leut K'rnedv for Cotijhs. t'olds, ic. Price, • a bottle. Eur Sale by , E. J. PtCOT k CO ■ "Dm'ggUts. LADIES" GAITER HOOTS — Just received, 3'jO pair ladies' Oalte'r Boots, for sale at low prices, by HART K MOSES, de 22 G5 s}»ui st. I ARD KEGS—rfW StrilrhlielJ made Lard Kegs, for sale- bv ~e S3 JOHN WQMtiLE t CO. DOZEN MOKE of those Silver -/TLj'pootisforcHlMri'h, r<c K"' d AeTt GENNF.T .IA*KS Ksgly Sqatri;. Prime HAMS, Isreast and smoked Ileef Mj'- If4««ileby dc 23 JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. yp-iLitk nA^J^H — PV KOEB -^ IJI Mtyte pf - brt ! w *? D « I»« lb ' • Tertni cuh. NV^a'a^jMN fc.St-8,. - S. S.WEI : : —> Eieeatonof H. Hirri«n *■*>» I t nnt" notx k cu! ■-- adJ^JP WATCHES %% INO, theSihi^ 0 " ' toMf THURSDAY ilOfi-N --lali *t p»Uj« ,n ' :om mecem« at JO o'cfk, We will Gald and SU,*? o "'Vw B . < ? l> *?'" nent of Eojll.li G U co lmt l« 8# Lngliih G ( Jj% t0B »WI 18 5 ° ! .< 10 Silvrr llantin* Le,„.. 10 English Silver Lev.,, . The above \V*tcbe» *rt of th. * » '. •n« made by the most approv.* m.t qaaJlt>. far ed to came up to repreienUfiy,. . w *f r *a& wouH do welfto attend, M ;Ue Ilr; ' i .r > * e „ ln . »»'* j sold according to Jnstroction; ii.a nr,L-£? iT °C' it 7 wi,i Beve, «f i ™ p*e««JßSdi? 8 ** de'S"' "* '• ALEX. NOTT kco ~...., JJ , ADDITIONAL. "I vv ill be added to the Above »ale, a large a*a . d o "J.J?* 4 - 11 ?. comprising " ** It - Uo.d V est Cnains, of various *-yie» and pattern. t j !e *. ??• sentlemsa'« larg« truster P Ina Ladies' -vhaiature Pins Ear-Rings, a great variety « fSWflSiprffSTK : aad Mlc; - 4^ Tliss invoice compaes about ®500 worth of Jew e.ry.at prime cost, and wili be told without reserve. . /* tiade would do well &*» attend . Sk ALEX. NOTT it CO.. Auctr BY GODDIN fc APPERSON V 4 keal estate in t*- u FOR SALE AT AUCTION Will be sold on THURSDAY, the SJth DecembOT.' 18>-, opon the premises, commencing at 3 o'clock tnat valuable Real Estate in Manchester, now in the occupancy of Mrs. Samuel W. Weisiger and Mr Jo sepa Butler, frontin* 8.2 feet oa Hall street, running back on Allen street 2U6 feet to an alley. It will be divided into lots to suit purchasers—a plat of which can be seen at the office of the auctioneers. f Terms—One-third cash; balanceats and 12 months for bonds bearing interest, and title retained till last bond is paid .By reqeen of Mr. W. C. Archer. de yi GODDIN APPERSQN. Ancts. PUKbUA-NT to a decree entered on the SOth day of November, 1853, in the cms of God ma, ajwtgoee, r». Baker and a!*., pending in the Cir cuit Court for the city 6f Richmond, I shall, (as sub stituted trustee in a deed of trust from Hilary Baker and wife to Sanroei 6. Adams and John Van Lew, for the Benefit of tbe Back of the United States, dated the eighzlt day of June, 1818, and b special coinmia sioner appointed by said Court for that purpose, I pro ceed to sei 1, at o'clock, P. IVL, the lOtb day ot Jan uary. 13.54, at public suction, to the highest bidder, oil the prenflses, the fallowing real property, via: A lot of Lttnd lying in Adams' Valley, in the city of Richmond, fronting 44 feet on Fifteenth street; also the followifig pieces or parcels of Land lying in the county,Qf Henrico, near the city of Richmond, via a lot beginning at the North East corner of H and Twenty-fourth streets, continued and running Kast wardiy along the said H street 96 feet, and in depth along said 24th street continued, 110 feet; one üb divided half of a lot beginning at the north eastwardlv corner of-H and2sth streets, continued, and fronting on said .23th street, continued, 110; and one lot on union street, fronting onsaid street J 20 feet and run ning back 110 feet to a street .60 feet wide, on which it a.so fronts feet.'' The sale will commence at the lot first named. TnuiVis—-For cn?h as to so much pf,the proceeds as will satisfy and p±j th& expenses of sale; and on a credit a* to theresifitie'ofsix anff twelve month's, with interest from date of sale, the purchaser executing bonus With approved security tor the credit instal ments, and the title retained nnlii tbe last instalment is P ald - , JQHH HOWARD, rw , ,r.., Trustee and Cwamigsiener. DecemberlOth, 1853. Goumx Arpgpsox. AncMonpprs. delO—dtd TVJ W. NELSON, Merchant Tailor, and XI • Dealer in Fashiotiatfe Ready-Made CLOTH ii»g, i->> Broad -street, Richmond, keeps Cous*antly on hand and for sale a full assort me tit of GKNTLE- MliN'S READY MADE CLOTHING of every de scription. Also, a beautiful assortment of Cloths, Cassinieres and A estipgs, which will be made up to order on the shortest notice aud on the most accom modating terms, hiid in a manner which cannot be' surpassed by any other establishment in the city.— (Jitueusand strangers are respectfully invited to call, as I feel confident that i can give the mast perfect satisfaction. All kinds of CUTTING done and warranted to fit. FURNISH ING ARTICLES, of all kinds, for sale at a reduced price; cc s—3m /CHRISTMAS A; NEW YEAR'S PRE- Vy> SENTS—HARItOLD k MURRAY, Broadst., have now on hand a very large assortment of Books and Fancy Goods, suitable for presents, embracing everything in their line. 1 u the Juvenile Department, they have more, than stK>kinda, consisting of all the popular authors, both English and America.-, mauy or them beautifully il lustrated and attractive to the yonrg, and almost everything which can please and delight the youth ful family circles —to which they invite the especial attention of their many juvenile friends. de 1.5 ASTONISHING, MOST ASTONISH -tm-INO CURES, made by LEONARD'S INSTANT RELIEF AND SPEEDY CURE FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTMMa, HOARSENESS, tic.—LEO NARD'S INSTANT RELIEF in the best Medicine ever used for those suffering from thu above com plaints. Consumptive persons who have tried it, have fdtana great relief from it Hundreds that have used it, pronounce it the greatest Medicine of the age. It is a pleasant Medicine, equally sate for the infant as the adult. To be hud in 2? and sft cetit bottles, of THOMAS LEONARD At CO., t 2Hi Urotd street, de 7—la Corner of Rroad and 4th, Richmond, PATE DE NAFE—A juost excellent and delicious remedy for, Coughs, Coles, Bronchitis, vc., and all pulmonary diseases, To siugers and.pub lie speakers, this remedy is invaluable, as by its ac tion on tha lungs and throat, when taken in small quantities, it removes ail hoarseness in a short time anil wqnderfulfy increases the power and flexibility of the voice. Eor sale 'oy R. R. DUVAL k BROTHER, Chemists am Druggists, de 19 Bank Square, Richmond. r PJIE "Rapp Patent Scientific GOLD A PEN" is otie of the easiest in its movements, and the nost elastic and satisfactory in Its execution which we have ever tried. Itiir the most scientific in its principles of any manufacture, and of course performs its work well.—Philadelphia I'uUie Ledger, August, 1853. , J; Forsaie by the onlv agents, de 7 GENNET it JAMES. Eagle Square. V\7~E have just received J piece super f T BLACK VELVET, for ladies' cloaks. Also, Hide and narrow Black Velvet Ribbons; low priced Plaid Shawls, kc. &.C. de 7 C. HARTWELL &. CO J NOTICE.—Lames and gentlemen, if you want BOOTS. SHOES. TRUNKS CARPET BAGS sad VALICE3, of good quality, either for yourself, children or ser vants, go 5» ALEX. HILL'S, where you will trnd every article you wuut in his line, and at prices that vv-iU not fa.il to please. no 25 "17"IRGINIA MAGIC WASHING FLU- T ID.—Have you ever used tiiis celebraUid Wash ing Finid 1 ? I f you have not, arid wish to keep "ahead" fe-r economising "jrcur tlrnr, labor and money, t.ud sa ving the wear and tear of your clothes by doing away with karti rubbing of them on washing boards, fry at once some of this popular washing fluid. Itrequnes oniy one giil to do an ordinary wushirip- in lessiban two hoirs. Jt softens and removes the dirt, leaving the articles of the most brilliant whiteness, without injury to the finest ftbric. Price, - 1 *! cejils a gallon, or 25 cents a quart hcttle. Prepared i.t.ly by E. J PICOTkCO, po-28 Drtirgtsra. Ci ENEKAL AGENCY. »tc—RICHARD T HILL, Jk. i- B. W. TALLEY, -mover,) Oeoui'r&l atxd Collectors, at!ei»<J to Mirisg out NEGROES, Renting out HOUSES, atd ColJiictmg CLAIMS of every description. , _ , Mr EDWARD G. RAWLINGS, late pf vania, will have an interest In our bun f«s lst Jannary Itet ae7-Cfcctl^thJ WE have frequently heard tie celebra ted GERMAN BITXEBS } »olf *7 Dr. C. M. JACKSON. 1»' Arch street, PWWelpiaa, of in terms of the highest ermine w« hon estly believe that it D pfie ot the test wedic.nefi*4- wrtisid for the complMi.ts fVr lt U re<»tn. raendsd. They ure pheasant taken under cireemrtaaces by the_ most e ston.nch. The pret*. h ? V< . oflmiutidiag tkis iuvsiuabl# J panacea. t£t *• *WM W W e»«y SALE~PRIVATELY.— A valuable r w»*a. WOMA N. SMfli ker Utree rhiltfren, who»s a gjf«i Chart****, Wasberaoi Iron ep As sh® ba« a husband living in Richmond, a p«r , hasrr resldiia or not far wcM.ld .he pre- I term)< Sit « fKjt oolf a very capabl*. ausyant, but 01 WO MA Nw If h Hfl r Tt child tiSttai henae w.M <.r a faml'y. \ r nl v to ** * KATff, Se I«—l4t ' at thw VtrgtoiiH Haa I Y E HU>:i-'KKD BOLLAKb KE r r>,'ARD.—THK ANTIDOTK by Dr Jeff He* ccr*« , orruio diwwe »n fcu*i 4»vj,. without r*«tric tiofl u to diet, ti£o«u!e ot »ppllc»Uon to bo ? 7h* trop»l<rto» «hauleng«< a «m)ria cfc*i tb« *nti dot»i wil! uot cute. ' " &s% sjasffltai, h-s* «. *jen!* (ai Hicbmund. <* &-<l3m If ©R*M(MHf», *B-Wlksriig pmr- I§l n'tr.t Chu lM! tfni'iiM Ml'iMfcttl b ipui tr trzvsi CeteJrsOipa^UrfW, **ri»tio. S&SHMfi i r™* f »> c ™ b»r«ie«rwf abort l T inumM " . scJ'iptedfor interior decoration; -lw»Wt>an<f 1. io4r talMtegn, Worth and "fc»t*W*«r»i S- C. ~.. ?*!* at " ! "Jtclffltti* <«ti of "«" '" ""' '' AwtoiWet sod Ctvii EnoMer, T - d^-u " A — t aj,»r'r. WTOCKB FOR BALE— > JfOWWBOWMTVA; fc TEN*. * E. 'Jo* •■'■• Ifrf ol Erctric&STr * AiiD * lA " „/S.««BTATE OP VA. i a**' 6 hUHJ ' ««ifr ~11 -aEga-qt, ... C. W. ra M^Kpy STA norsK.~Mßs/ p a t i k " t » e ttfiefceiij* No*. *u P i eAfelt ® "'?***' a °*< Main street. Uttsly o»- BOAii.Uit4 , "v. orr 7 " P*«P***d'-ta Beeouuhodate Jfo, |£. \^ Jy .. j 15 EST ? E^l£ yiAN am drewing or «*riy ipring !»?* 'ft; fa toy remlar marketiatertoy ' **? ** f#??®* « dMJ-&t,aw , H. W.BRY IIFERM AND oiTj .p._ nn P Side a, Herri**., APw+erek Ph.!vLk!„ ■»vctii^TOS£3Es de! 9 Car? »treefc.adjclPilla CBteabWit^',,, OHRISTMAS V.TLE ONES.—Children's Ol'g*, -wirh d<fietqe •ingle seats, made in tbe best manner; aad'ef tb« best materials; Rocking Horws at aeveri»i-p«tern»-, >elocipede»—together with many other twvicWa. cit able for presents, just opened and for sale bv de *3 BULK LEY $ffcO. COX'S SPARKLING GELATINE.— Stronger than Isinglass, at oli'v th« price. For conveniency, purity and BHaufV; it stands anrivalled fbr making a richer and more erf*) aline Jelly, in a few minutea, than that made firth© usual tedious way from calves' feet. For sale by - ,1 <*"19 E J. PlCofr fr.fcp. YYT INTER GOODS.—We u ouki cafl th« ▼ " attention of those in want to oar large assort ment of tine polished steel Fire Irons, bronze and brass Fenders, Andirons, foot Stoves, copper and iron Coal Scuttles, Hearth Brushes, Fire Carriers, with many other useful arrives, at d* '3 BULKLKY CO.'S. 137 Main st. V OTICE TO BAKERS AND COXFEC -L» HONERS.—Alwayscnhand a superior article of Butter.in quantities and prices to suit. Call and examine it. de 21 BROWN it SHOOK. BUTTER.— 5 firkins very superior Go shen Butter, just received per steamer Jamea town, and for sale by JOHN A. ROBINSON, 22 Corner of Cary ttnd Va. streets. BEANS.—<JOU lbs. prime Ton- A qua Beuiia, just received sad for s«se by JOHN A ROBINSON, " e -'- Corner of Cary and Va. streets. BLANK BOOKS.—We have on hnud a large assortment of Ledgers, Jouruals, Day books. Copying Books, \.c., at moderate prices, and would respectfully solicit a ca!) from those in want. de 22 SLAbE it BAKER, N0.3 Exchange. IpKL.sJI ROLL BUTIhR, receiving • and for sale by de2o J. J. FRY. L^LUlD—(West's best) —A fresh supply A just received and always kept on haud, for sal a ; by A. BODEKER, de 21 No. If Main street. | NEWLY IMPORTED DOUBLE AND SINGLE GUNS opening this morn ing. de22—'it* S SUTHERLAND. Loaf, crushed, powdered au<i COFFEE SUGARS, from Philadelphia and H. York factories, for sale hy de 22 DAVENPORT, ALLEN fc CO. U U I SACKS LIVERPOOL Ground vPyJ\J VSALT, on board the bhip Havana, now in the river. For sale by rie 22 J. J. FRY. BELL S BUTTER. —This celebrated ROLL EUTTER just received by de 21 J. J. FRY. CUBA MOLASSES —12 hhds., for sal* by « da 16 EDWIN WORTHAM k CO. KO WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE, for Fever and Ague, for sale by A. BODEKER, de 21 No. 10 Main street. Ci ALLOONS ! GALLOONS *! —A hand ' gome lot of Galloons, for cloak trimmings. For sal e by * de » C. HARTWELL k CO. r l"'IN PLATES.—ISO boxes Roofing lis J- receiving and fur sale by de 17 E. H. SKINKKR, Cary St. DRIED APPLES.—II bags prim* Dried Apples, for sale by de 19 fc. H. SKISKER. Cary at. RIO COFFEE. —ir>o bags prime quality landing and for sale by de 19 DAVENPORT, ALLEN it CO, WALT. —Fine Salt, prime brand, afloat, for sale by d* 19 DAVENPORT. ALLEN k CV. JAMAICA RUM very old and fine, for sale by de 19 EL.4M, SMITH it CO. | ET GOODS —Such as Necklace*, Brace lets, fac., ju»t to hscd! d«'l9 GENNET k JAMES, Eagle Square. CVHrIoTMAS PORK.—The subscriber J !ius just received a lot of corn lat PORK, auy size, at 2-i per hundred. Families can now be suppMed. Call oo VALENTINE HECKLER, de 22—2t* Ofd Market. VOTES ON VIRGINIA, by JetfensoD— X l a r.ew and revised edition. Price $2 50. Fcr sale by JAMES WOODHOLSK, Of. 14 Eagle Square. LUXURIES OF THE SEASON.—Junt received andforsaJe. Mountain BUCKWHEAT, in half barrels lor fairiiy use: also fresh VENIiON. BROWN It SHOOK, de2o oe»f Central Depot. /CINCINNATI RECTIFIED WHi &■ KEV, in store 4H(i for sfeie by de 19 WILLIAMS fc BROTHER. UNDER SLEEVES.—Just received from New Yore, a handsome lot of Jaconet and Muslin Uletter Sle»vt*. da 14 C- HARTW'KLL It CQ. RUM. —One hogshead superior old Ja luijca Ruul. Korutlc by teZi R M BURTON CHEESE. —Imitation English, Goshen, srd.■ few cuts StUsom Cheese. For s»|« by d* 23 R. M. BURTON. QUPERIOR REFINED NEW YORK k3 Syrup; Frost's BookwbMt. For sole by i 4 <lej JOHN HvCLAIBORNKiH BALTIMORE BACON—Just receive#* prime lot <Jf Moulder* by sfetmer AelvUMl doßo t BROWM a KHAKMU* ly jACHINERY OlL.—Just receivef aiui *deaa^ r "" I<> br - J. i.iPHlftw DBIEDBEEF, dr. 10 Corner of BfO«4l ood /"HiGAR CASES—A large a«itoujyeoJ^ bath French and Ec|lish fjr fflJelr ' •" . T-«17 R M. /IMTJKBWAS-"! I ONDON PORTER, Stx>td» -Ale, xir co?. I E FIHKINB COIJSTEY LARD, jut X received aod for tale |p it q,21 . CRENSHAW* , jKaNDLES.—MitcMIi#- Hydttkatto Pr«»>' V/ ed Candles; Jscisou's Stamper and FaUigkd** 4s at UAVIiKfO&T, ALLtS 11 CO.