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- rr " cimXr The special corrwpoadWii ol the N. Y. Tribune from P*ri» M follow*: Soon *fter the revolution broke out k Spain, Mr. u ipM> Madrid with hi# famil* tor * Journey of r!e»*ure to the Pyrenees. N«lvflle Soul*, «on of tha Minuter. and Attache Interne of the Legation, waa «pstehed by bit father to Parla and London with , ~n e d«#pate.hea for tha Legal 100 ain those cities. ~,4 *l*o tor Wa*hingtou. He leave# Paris to day, i i 'din the family in the Pyrenec*. In regard to Mr. Soule's views on the pending questions, I may ' . permitted to say thi* mnch, that *itice E»partero 1 « cotne into power he ha* no hop»* of a favorable L-tlement of the Outun question, unless aided by Liecisiva measures on the part of the Government at Washington. He does not believe that the Quwn run hold her power lone, and ha* strong faith In the ultimate success ol the Republican cauae. No propositions of any kind bare ever been made by the Sp*nl»h Oovernmeat to aell the laland of Cobs, and it ia not anticipated that nuder lhc preaent re gime any will be made. A MAN SHOT BY A DOG. Corn**, N. Y., Aug. 18—A fatal accident hap pened in thi* town on Sunday, the »>th Inst. Two men were out a hunting. One Peter Kilmore had » two barrel (tun. He discharged one barrel and MUed a bird ; he then brought the butt of hia gun to the ground with the murzle leaning againtt hia left breast. Hia doe coming up, jumped with hia t<i'e paw* against him. and when hi* pawa came d< wd. they atruck the trigger of the other barrel, and discharged the whole contents In bis breast, «nd lodged in bis aboulder. He lingered till Fri day, the 11th, when he died. THE HEALTH OK SAVANNAH. CoLrMMA, 8. C, Aug. '.21.—1t ia reported that there lia*e been fifteen deaths ol yellow lever at Savannah to-day. ___________ A BAI.TiMOREAN CHARGED WITH MI;R. DER. PttiLADttt-PHtA. Aug. 21.—Joaeph Donley and iv-er f"rowel, alia* Baltimore Pat, who arrived at New York In the U. S. Storeship Relief have been arrested for the murder of Watchman Moonoy, in Meymnennng, ai'veral ysar» ago. They are await ing a requisition. MORTALITY IN NEWARK. Newark, N. J., August 20.—The interments in this city for the past week were eighty, and the ,i'>*ths by cholera twenty-seven. To-day we had fifteen interment* and four deaths by cholera. ATTEMPTED COALITION FAILED, Portland, Me., Auj. 21.—The Whigs and Free soilors ot Androscoggin county, met at Lewlston, < ii Friday, and attempted to form a coalition but (ailed. Oovblk Suicide.—Neßr Paris, Illinois, five or s x month* npo, George Hodge committed suicide by cutting his throat. A few day* since, Sophia Hodge, bis wife, killed herself by taking arsenic. lowa Election.—The Legislature is said to stand as follows : Senate—Whig* 14; Democrats 12; In dependent 1, and 4 to be beard from. House— WhijS 37; Democrats 19, and 14 to be heard from. THE SAN JACINTO. Boston, August 20.—The accident to the U. S steamer San Jacinto Is more »erious than at first reported. Tbe bed plate i* broken, requiring the t .king out ol r.ll her machinery to make the ne cessary repairs. It is also said that she sprung a leak. She will probably be detained two or three months, and tbe contemplated voyage to the Baltic, on account of the latene**of the season, will have t« be given up. DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION TO THE KNOW NOTHINGS AT LOUISVILLE. Louisville, August 19, 1854.—A large meeting of Democrats was held in this city thia evening, at which r'solutioaa weJe passed expressin* disapprobation of the "Know-Nothing" organization. Col. Caldweil delivered a forcible speech in opposition to the ' Know-Nothings " Some disturbance was evpect ed, bat all passed etf quietly. POLITICS IN MAINE. Bangor, Aug. 21.—At a "regular" Democratic cau cu« on Saturday evening, G. M. Weston, formerly ed itor of the Augusto Age, offered a resolution calling to Judge Parris for his views on the Nebraska ques tion, and declaring that they would not support him i r Governor if he continued silent. The resolution was tabled. Boston, Aug. 21 —A man named Humphrey Doi can, a slater, was brutally murdered by rowdies dur ing a fight in South Boston last night. The murder er, au Irishman named Halllhan, has been arrested. GREAT FIRE AT CHATHAM, C. W. But Ang. 20.—A tire occurred at Chathsm Canada West, a few day* since, destroying a whole bi'oek of stores, warehouses, lie , on Main St., and a biid ge across the river Thame*. The loss estimated at $80,000. FATAL ACCIDENT. Philadelphia, Aug. 21.—A lad named Steinber ger was accidentally shot dead by another lad yester day, while they were in a boat on a gunning exenr *ion down tbe river. The gnu had been fired off, and was reloaded unknown to the unfortunate boy who discharged it. The coroner'* jury thi* Morning ex onerated him from anv criminal intent. BALTIMORE CATTLE MARKET. Baltimore, Aug. 21.—The nnnber of cattle of fered at the scales to-day was 850 head. All sold at to $4 on the boof—equal to $S&sß netf. averaging $3.Hogs—Sales at Sheep cull at $2 to $6. SALT.—4OO sacks, landing thii JL morning, for sale by au 23 DAVENPORT. ALLEN fc CO. TO PREVENT AND CURE CHOL -- ERA AND ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS — Feraona travelling, and all others, should have a bot tle of Dr. J S.ROSE'S PAIN CURER, and his CAR MINATIVE BALSAM by them. In case of sudden aickneas, theae medicine* frequently cure in less time than it requires to get a physician. To prevent Cholera, take a teaapoonful of Pain Curer in a wine glasaof water every morning; when ever you have pain internally or externally, uae tbe Fain Curer In bottleaat 12*, 25 and SOcta. Dr. ROSE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM for Chol era, Cholera Morbua, Bowel Complaint* and Dysen tery. Thi* mixture i* one of the most important medi cines, and should be kept in all families. As a sooth ing preparation, it has no equal. In cases of infants with bowel complaint, cholera morbus, restlessness crying or general pain, it ha* been proved a perfect balm. As a specific for bowel complaint* of adults it has never failed. During the cholera of 1832, 1834 *nd 1*49, it failed in no inatance when uaed before death had positively *truck the patient I have had return* from more than one thouaand persona who ined it during those memorable periods, testifying to its wonderful curative pewers. 25 cents a bottle J S. ROSE, M. D. Dr. J S. ROSE'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP giye* immediate relief, and frequently cure* in one week. Price 50c. Dr. J. S. ROSE'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.—Thi* ia one of the best remediea ever used for diseases of Kidneys, Bladder, and all Gouty Affection*. Price Dr. J. 8. ROSE'S GOLDEN PILLS, for falling of the Womb, Female Weaknem, Debility nod Relaxa tim. ThUdiseaae, heretofore treated by bandage*, trttse* and external supports, v/bieh can only prove palliative*, yield* completely to the ate of thete tonic (trengtheningGolden Pill.. Price 50c. Dr. J S. ROSE'S ANTI-BILIOUS OR RAIL ROAD PlLLS—Theee Pill* are not warranted to cure every ma'ady cr disease Incident to man, bnt they ere a grand remedy for a Bi!ioua state of the tystem and common fever*. Thsy are adapted to the Southern .action* of the United State* particularly, beinp often a preventive of Bilioui attack*, and when wed with Dr. Rcse'.TONJC MIXTURE, will cure the rnoat *tubborn rase of Bilious Fever or Fe ver end Agre. Price 12i and 25c. All whose con«titvtion« are impaired by disease, or weak by nature should re.d Dr. J. 8 Ro«e'« Medi cs! Adviser; (which contains a descript'on of the di«- (,-a*e» of our climate and the mode of treatment.) It can be bad without charge. ' All of Dr. J S. ROSE'S valnable Family Medicine, to be bad of parcel!, Lertd & Co., Bennett & Beers Adie At Oray, O. A. Strecker, A. Duval, a. Bodeker J B Wood, Wm. P. Ladd, S. M. 7,achrt.io D , A Leil lie, R. R. Dura! k Bro., Grnbba & Appereon, in thi* cityf and of dealer* generally in every city and town throughout tbe United State*. jr 21-FMfcWltci*—to 1> ACON BIDES AND LARD.—2O Hhdn. *-* prime Baltimore cured Bide., .mall and band "me; 25 Bbl*. Prime Lard, received and for .ale by » u & JNO. WOMBLE It CO. fJAS FITTING, STEAM PIPING J** ROOFING,fce. —Having juat received from the North a Urge atockof MeterlaJa, 1 am bow prepared K> op OAS FIXTURES, iTEAM for wtrmnf honaet, end to cover buiMinri with Tin or 7 Wnd of metal, In the bMt manner, at reasonable pnee», and with deipateh. 'have now iecired the »ervice«of a number of ex client workmen la the various brancbee of mi busi- Den and therefore solicit orders from all who have , ® rK,M having work in my line, wiil find it to their advantage to give me a cell at «iv Md'cSJv ° T i3tb at '* at > between Main fr 1-& CHARLEF H. LAWOfcRT. rpWEED AND CAS SIM EKE OOATB . <!£**• fall ***** now being received, to which we Invite the attention ef thoae in want of each a •elling the above goodj M|J m 9, fPFm»j^go„^ TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATER KROMCALIFORKIA. Nkw Oii. it an*, Aug. 22 —Tha »t earner United f*t*toa baa arrived with California datea to the lat instant The Democratic Convention at Han Prancisco split upon political questions, and nominated two aits of candidate a. A large lire occurred at Maryavllle recently, which deatroyed five block*. Loaa $250,000. The wheat crop of California ia immense, and a large yield ia expected. Good health prevailed, and the miners had been prosperous. sa-n raAttcisco markets. Flour.—Salea ol Gallego at $9 50af 10. Provla ions had declined. THE MARKETS. Nrw York, August 22.—Flour haa advanced- Southern 12 to 25 cents. Salea of 2260 bbls. Balti more and Alexandria at 37. Wheat un ruled—scarce and wanted. Corn—large salea at .-•7hß-« cents—Soutnern yellow and white nominal. Bai.timom, Aug. 22.—Grain not quite *o firm, but unchanged In price. Flour rather easier. Adams & co. s new york, vik- GINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA STEAM SHIP EXPRESS. PER UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS ROANOKE AND JAMESTOWN, TO AND FROM NEW YORK, RICHMOND, PE TERSBURG, ttc., tto., be.—Having effected arrange ment* with the U. S. mail line of steamers from New York to Norfolk and Richmond for, rectAL Express privileges on that route, we are now prepared to receive and forward, to and from New York, MER CHANDISE and PACKAGES of ever; description with ditpstch and at greatlv reduced rates. Our Expreas will leave New York every Wadnaa jay and Saturday per iplendid (teamers ROANOKE and JAMESTOWN alternately. Goods will be re ceived at oer New York office, 59 Broadway, until o'clock, P. M., on the day of sailing. Merchants and others ordering goods from New York, are requested to order by ADAMS U CO.'B STEAMSHIP EXPRESS." Our inland Express will ran as heretofore, leaving New York and Richmond daily, in charge of special messengers AM Goods not marked to so via the in land route, will be forwarded by the Steamer Ex press. ADAMS fc CO. J. L. McDONOUGH, Agent, Richmond. NOTICE. —Express packages for Nor folk, Petersburg and Richmond, intended for ship ment per steamers Roanoke or Jamestown, will hereafter be received by ADAMS ii CO., 59 Broad way, who are the only authorized agents for Express privileges by those steamships. LUDLAM k PLEASANTS, Je 6—t* S3 Broadway. New York. URATES AND FENDERS.—Five Hun- VJ rired Enameled GRATES and FENDERS for aale at reduccd price*. Th« subscriber hat for sale the largest itock of GRATES and FENDERS ever before offered for (ale in thU city, of his own manu facture The Grates embrace all the various kinr* and pattern*, such an square topped Gothic, Liptic, Circles; &.C., with beautiful rounding Fendera, Sum mer Pieces, it., to match. Order* for Grate*. Fenders, is., from town and countnr, punctually attended to and carefully pack ed. Merchant* purchasing to (ell again, will be sup plied at the lowest northern prices, with the usual discount off for cash by wholesale. Apply at my Bell and Brass Foundry, on Main, be tween Bth and 9th streets. Richmond. Va. je 15—Sm . SAMUEL P. DENOON. JULIAS HALE, Auctioneer and Com- M-J mission Merchant, 106 Main street.—My usual evening sales will be discontinued till about the Ist of September, (except special sale* should be of fered.) Consignment* for private or auction sale* thankful ly solicited. A large assortment of Watches, Jewelry, and Fan cy Good*, far aale at wholescle or retail, at low prices, at private sale. City and country merchant* can purchase Goods at manufacturers' prices, aa the subscriber is agent for a great many large establsbmeots, and can sell their goods, delivered here on as favorable terms as thf y eculd be ordered from the manufacturer direct. ELIAS HALE, jy 3 t* 106 Main *t, pOOKING RANGES, HOT AIR FUR itc. —We are now putting up MOTTS PATENT TUBULAR OVEN RANGE, with and without boilers attached. This Range is not sur passed by any in this country for cooking, or for its economy in fuel. Also, Water Closets, Stationary Wash Stands, Ba thing Fixtures, for hot and cold water ; all of which we will put up and warrant to give satisfacton. We also put up CHILSON'S'PATENT HOT-AIR FURNACE, which, for its durability, economy in fuel, and the great amount of fresh air heated and distributed through the registers, i* unequalled by any furnace now in use. G. k A. BARGAMIN, Jr., mh 25 201 corner of Main and 10th at*. Daniel hagerty, bell and BRASS FOUNDER, having opened a Foundry on 10th street, between Main and Cary atreets, i* prepared to execute order* for all kind* of Plain and Ornamental Brass and Composition CASTINGS, in a workmanlike manner. A* he is prepared to cast every day, rerton* want ing work done can be accommodated in a few hour*' notice. All kind* of Ship, Hotueand Church BELLS made to order. A patronage from the publiolf respectfully solicit ed. N B.—Highest cash price paid for old metal*. my 2S—9m WOOL DEPOT.—We have determined " to open in this city, in connexion with our present butiness, a Wool Depot, for the sale of Wool, and have engaged the services of Mr. JOHN WA TERHOUSE, the former efficient Agent of the Woollen Factory in this city, his attention, if neces sary. will be devoted exclusively to thie business.— All Wool received, will be graded, so that each pur chaser can buv such Wool as he wants, and not be compelled to buy such as will not answer his pur poses. There is grown in Virginia a sufficient quantity of Wool, if concentrated and graded, to attract the at tention of manufacturers and dealers to our market, and we hope to suceed in establishing a geod market for the wool grower near home. For particulars, see our circular*. CRENSHAW & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchant*, j e 23 Richmond, Va. XfXCELSIOR WORKS. Corker 7TH J-J and Main Streets, Richmond, Va.—The pro prietor ef the above work* i* now prepared to Plane and Saw LUMBER, of various kind* in the beitityle and on the mostrea*onable term*. He ha* on hand a quantity of DreMed FLOORING, of variou* qualities. PANNEL STUFF, both of Northern and Virginia Pine, ready dressed which he offers at alow price. SASHES, DOORS and BLINDS kept on hand and made to order at price* that eannot fan to give satis faction. Order* solicited and will be thankfully received, my 13 WM. FORBES. rro THE CITIZENS AND SI RAN- A GERB VISITING THE CITY.—If you wish to get your Hair cut and drenedln the lateit and moit approved style, and your Whisker* changed to a beautiful black or brown color, just call on HOB SON, at the Hair Dressing, Shaving, Shampooing and Bathing Saloon, under the American Hotel. . N. B.—Hot, Cold and Shower Bath* can be had daily, from 6 A M. to 9P. M., and on Saturday to 1J P. M. Single bath 25cents, er 5 ticket*for §1. En* tr nee on 11 th street. Je 2 * PURE CONCENTRATED EXTRACT .OF JAMAICA GINGER—Thi* preparation it particularly recommended for tbe relief of Indige*. tion, Heertburn, Chollc*, Pains from an overloaded •tomach fee., fee. Half a teaipoonful after hearty meals, 1* a preven tative asamst the Cholera. It is alto highly applicable for children •« well at grown person*. In addition to it* xnedieal properties, it i* alio an excellent article for flavoring pickles, preserve* to Prepared aud sold bv OWEN B. HILL, * n Market Place. Franklin ttreet. I ICORICE, &c.—The subscriber lias in store and daily expecting 2H Cas-s "F end J' : Licorice Paste. ?-> do ' Sanford" " " 10 do " f E'' •« •• 11 do OLtomai " •• *f® Vegnatte!li «• Stick* Fnm " Ton'-na Bean*. 40 Ounces Otto of Rose*. Pioughe, Feed Cutter*. & c , for *ale by m.ifi JOHN A. ROBINSON, _ y ' "** comer Cary and Va. *to. JJARGAINB, BARGAINB.—Great re ."nh.rriK.irS in r J rir "' of Summer Clothing. The SSftStiftg JSttftS? SSL^SSiSB a.w.rtroent of Summer Clothing-CoatofoSto and other article, of wearing apparel Th^VwhS *JOTICE-J A. HARRINGTON, Im 1' potto*. Manufacturer and Whole«l« bV tali Dealer Vn Began, Snuff*, Tobacco, kc., IS4 Main *t., eorner 10th at., keep* constantly onbt J. 1..-. and deiirable .took of Segara, . oill &|, Al*o, a general aMortmant of fine Cbewin. »»5l kingTobacco.andSnof? of all .rad„.S" menl* to the trade." Wi " «»'■£ «*• Jr» J. A HARRINGTON CPONGE—Coarse tod tint*, lor Mi ti bv *3 A »«ODFKE-«. 7 wAirra. ■JIB WANTED—-1. two bone eloM Gllfc—" caRRI AGS,e«it*Ma for ewntry rosrfa. One that kaa been moderately m 4 for 'our er months. woa!d be preferred. Heme's wanted With it. For om eat table, til. eaah eaa be had by mpplj- Ing at No. 1« Main at. auSB-3t DOUSE W AN T E D—Within tan ml -11 nM wnlk of the Exchange Bank, for a small family. Any ima he*«« each for rent, •>" of • « ood ten " tb WLZK» It BRO. Also, a GIRL for the balance of the year, to wait on a child to" year* old. I*7"ANTED —I wish to employ a Young Jw Men, that can wrlU * toleraWy good hand, «d one that is acquainted tO ZI General Agent and Collector. 117' ANTED TO HIBE—An able bodied T T NEGRO MAN to werkin atore. 0 - AP ' blt " bOA % N^RrD£R^BoNß° D - X\TANTED.—An experienced HOUSE WANTE D—A Journeyman BAKER and a LABORER. Apply *144 Main st. au 22-3t» JAMES ADAM. \\TA NTE D, immediately a first} rate T T WHEELBIGIIT, for whom liberal wagee will be fires. Nona need apply without bringing the moat aatiefaotory recomraindatione aulO—l2t* ELLIB k TEERS. VVANTED— Two good TINNERS ac y T customed to do house work To such aa will suit, con■ tant employment and the beat wage* will be given. G. it A. BARGAMIN, Jr., au l" I —ta Cor. of Main and 10th sts. YJITANTED —A Female Teacher of unex f W ceptionable character and qualiflcationa, to teach English. French and Music. None butaaouth »rn Lady need apply. A pleasant situation and a lib eral salary is offered'. gAMpSONi Keswick P. 0-, Albemarle Caunty au 2—<l till Ist Sept FALL HARDWARE. WE are now in receipt of a fresh stock »» of G»oda, corsistin* of Pocket and Table CUTLERY, of variona pa'tern* GPNS and PISTOLS— a handaome aasortment BUILDINti MATERIALS—such aa Lock*, Hin ges, Screws, Nails, &.C ,—a large as* rtment TOOLS of all deacriptlona, for Carpenters', Black smiths', Machinists', and Farmers' use. Toaefher with a teneral assortment of Foreign ard Domestic HARDWARE, aaitable to the wants of the city and country ttade. » , Alao, a large and freah atock of Saddlery Hard ware, consisting of Bita, Stirrups, Bncklea. itc. fcc ; Coich Material*, Springsand Ax ea. Patent Leather, Ho* Skins, Serge, Welting, Whip*, &c- Oar purchaaea have been made direct from the manufacture™ in Europe and America, upon favora ble terms. Having had the experience of 20 or 30 year* of the wnnta of the country trade, we flatter ourselves up on keeping the beat aaaortment of Hardware, auita ble to the demanda of Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina merchant*, to be found in any one house in the United State*. We moat respectfully invite an examination of our stock and prints by merchant* and other* visiting thia market—feeling the assurance that we can satis fy even the largest class of customer*. SMITH & ROBERTS. Importers of Hardware, No 22 Pearl it N. B. Always on hand, an assortment of Naylot's CAST STEEL and Anchor BOLTING CLOTH, au 22 8. U R. O-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—The undersigned having associated together, under the style of LARUS & SHINE, to conduct the AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all its various branches, to take effect from the Ist of July, 1851, beg leave to inform their friend* and the pub-ic generally that they bave opened in the large and commodious house, No. 74 Main street, formerly occupied by Me**ra. Smith It Roberts, and immedi ately opposite Smith & Harwood'* Hardware Store, where can nlwav* ba found a large and well-aelected *tock of HOUSE FURNITURE, FANCY GOODS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CLOCKS in the great eat variety, together with all the necessary articles in the house-furnishing line.) L St 8. will give their undivided attention to all sale* of Real and Perional Estate, such a* selling Houses and Lots, Stock sale* of Grocerie*, Dry Goodi, Boot* Shoes, Hats, House Furniture, &c fee., which will be attended to with promptness, and ac count* of sale* alwaya ready when applied for. We have in (tore now, a splendid stock of Goods, of all the varioua branches, whieh has been bought low for cash, and which will be sold unusually low, as we are determined to establish & reputation for selling good* of all style*, at extremely low prices. We have a large and commodious room on the 2d floor, which will be exclusively (and is well adapted) fo' in door sales, where goods of all style* can be properly arranged, and exhibited to advantage pre vious to the sale. P. C. LARUS, JAMES N. SHINE. The subscriber having assumed the reins, not of State or Federal, but of the sales of Messrs Larusb Shine—in which capacity he pledges him self no exertions shall be wanting, on' his part, to make it to the interest of a>l who may be disposed to patronize the firm. I take this opportunity of returning my grateful acknowledgment* to my friends and a generous pub lie, for the kind feeling* expreaaed for the aucceas of the firm, and my individual proaperity, and hope, by close application to business, to merit their confi dence. au22—lm J. HENRY DIGGES. Anew discovery—gold pens RE-POINTED BY ELECTRICITY-RAY MOND 4l ALLEN, No. 144J South Second street, Philadelphia, will re-point GOLD PENS by Electri city, and warrant them to wjite as well as ever, for 50c apiece. Mr.WM. A. BUTTERS, 157 Main st., Richmond, Va., is sgent for Raymond It Allen, au 22—lwif PARPETS, CARPETS.—At ' CHAS A. GWATKIN'3, Opposite at Exchange Bank. A large and complete assortment Carpets Regs and Oil from the lowest price made, to the finest English Velvets, some of the richest ever offered in this ma'ket. Housekeepers, Hotel keep, ere, and buyers generally, are invited to call and see them. C A. GWATKIN, au 21—6t Opposite Exchange Bank. CCARCE AND DESIRABLE GOODS. O Plain colored French De Laine.* for travelling dresses Mouslin Dehacbe, for riding dre*se* New style Fall Print* ALSO, Plain and Open Straw Hack Bonnet*, very cheap A large lot of neat styles Berage De Laines. verv cheap J Cambric and Muslin Collar*, all price*. „ C. A. GWATKIN, au Jl—bt Opposite Exchange Bank. I?OYAL PARRISH, Commission Mer „CrHDNTu hs * in « located permanently in the City of Richmond, solicit* consignment* from his Wends and others of Wheat, Flour, Tobacco, Corn Oat®, Bacon, Batter, Lard, and the productions of the country genenlly, He hope* by *trict attention to business to share a portion of public patronage his office at pres-nt is at Butler t Tin.ley'*, on Carv street. I also offer my service* to buy any article in thi* market for my friends. au 4—lmdltc. '"PEN DOLLARS REWARD—I will Ilk wh«T.*fl? P° llar ' '° r tha apprehension of PHIL MS, whelefl her employment in July ? ait She la about 18 year* old, fmtl large, dark* complexion it',?™ V°if' i en vi ? r for e-finger* stiff She is supposed to be lurking about Sydney, or near Jack *on street as ihe ha* relation, ther ' Apply to » n22 - 3t R- CAuTHfIRN. "\JOTICE. Mislaid, or by some means be t/s&w, art,- sgsif&si ually, no per*on has any rightful control over thlm the SI" * duplicate, I will call in person or ord« Moreen, Amelia, Any. 16—au 22—l'w* ' T WO FAMILIES and several gentle- A. JETE*. teoTrttllhr^hlS» Terms moderate. Bank. Also, wishes to employ the services of a WHITE an 22—It* 500 ; 101 ? 8 NORTHERN ICE afloat * """ for tiile. We will cell if i nm k. h,. go or ton from Rocketts. Aopl, immedistlly to S T >Sr .h; "Lrt? Si""pfSSlLSr '■,£%'! £&S£.'S2}SF u '■""•>""7- sn 22-2 - J. W. MOORE. *S'rSi: Si SSSSK IVilSt-.f.K maybe SMftat the store i J«hm Winston, on Main street. The subseriber ran be found at the Halted Mates HoteHa tbUcit"' ' v! "PP l ' tha ,rh- "' * r,th rhoiiMi Cigars on f«- "aSfe.***' *ICHARD C HART N°.T.' O B .-810. JOBBPM uOtaU. ypjQKJ DATS. — M Wot k SHINE. ..SfSSSSR * 0 »»•«. Meaf*Crock ery of arary description, together with all hie House Shrt JfSI&S? " ** «nBR3r . JOSEPH NIMOHR. Sale conducted by Larvs k Shine, A act*. •a u ~~~ BY THOMAS W. KEEBEE, Office at Geo. J. lomnet'a, No. SO, rear! atreet. rpRUBTEE'B SALE OF LAND, HOR il 0 J VB '.. C ABII A«E AND HARNESS, houskhold and kitchen furniture: AT AUCTION.—In pursuance of the proviaiova of n certain deed of trvat, dated 13th day of November, |(l' 3, and duly rec-rdsd 1a the elark'a office of Hen rico County Court, for certain purposes therein tam ed, executed to the subscriber by M. F. Day and Ma ry bl« wife, I will expose for aate, at pablic auction, on THURSDAY, 3lat August, in at., commencing at in o'clock In the morning, upon the premiiea, the following property, to wit: That parcel of Land In the county of Henrico, containing about So aeree, more or less, aad kaown by the name of "Hopewell,* adjoining the landa of Jatnea Malone, W. Green. Ja cob S. Atlee, and Henry M. Rice. Alao. the following Personal Property, to wit: 3 Horses, 7 Cowa, 1 Carriage and Harness, and all the Household and Rltchen Furniture, now In the pos session and occupation of said M. F. Day. Terms made known at sale. . EDWARD D. EACHO, Trustee. Sale conducted by Thomas W. Keeskr, Aact. au 21—dtda BY TAYLOR it WILLIAMS. rpRUSTEE'S SALE OF A HOUSE 1 AND LOT ON CARY STREET.—On MON DAY, 4th September. 1854, at S o'clock, P. M , upon the premises, in execution of a certain deed of trust dated 19th April, ISM, and recorded in the Richmond Hnatinga Court office in Deed Book No ti7, page 511, will be so'd tbe property conveyed in said deed, to wita LOT OF LAND in the city of Richmond, on the foulh side of Cary, between Fouahee and Ist streets, fronting 30 feet and running back 156} feet to an alley 15 feet wide, upon which lot there is a film ed building with about four rooms, formerly occupied by Mr H. B Ancarrow, and more recently by Mr. Wm. A. Soothall Terms—One-third cash ; one-thi'd on 22d Decem ber, 1854; and one third on 22d April, IPss—credit payments to bear interest, and title tt be retained until purchsse money is fully paid. By order of the Trustee. au 23 TAYLOR U WILLIAMS, Auct. A VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE FARM. NEJjft THE CITY, AT AUCTION — On FRIDAY. 2SM August ia%4, at 5 o'clock P. M., upon the premiais, will be sold that neat and valua ble Farm, lying near Brook Turnpike, about three mile* from the city, owned and occupied by Mr J. D. Thomas, and adjoining the lands of the late Dr. L. W.Chamberlsyne. T M. Ladd, John B. Cren shaw, and other*. There are 84 acre*, of which 50 are cleared and In the highest itate of improvement, a* the crop* will fully testify; the remainder is hea vily wooded, and the whole Fw/fpt is watered by se veral fine springs. The imprttements consist of an excellent Dwelling, with eight rfbma. Barn, Stable, Corn-houae, he., all in good order.J Everything considered, this ia one of the moat va luable and desirable Farm* of Its size near the city; and thoae in want of a pleasant and convenient re treat, would do well to viait it before the day of sa'e, when it will be shown by the owner. Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 6, 12 and 18 months, for note*, with interest added, and secured by a trust deed. au 22 TAYLOR fc WILLIAMS. Auct*. VALUABLE PRIVATE RESIDENCE ▼ ON GRACE STREET. AT AUCTION.—On MONDAY, 28th Anarust, at 5 o'clock, P. M , upon the premises, will be sold that new BRICK HOUSE and LOT situated on the South side of Grace street, at the East corner of Adams street, and adjoining the residence of Rev J. S. Walthall. The House con tain* from eight to ten pleasant room*, fine ihcdte good style, with a brick Kitchen attached, and tHe E remises supplied with City Water and Gas. The ot front* 28 feet and run* back about 150 feet to an alley in rear. The location of thl* property, aa well aa of the ■tyle of the building, render* it among the moat de airable of the kind in market. Term* made known at *ale. au 19 TAYLOR & WILLIAMS, Auct*. NOTICE.— A VALUABLE FARM IN CHARLOTTE COUNTY FOR SALE—By a decree ot the Circuit Court of Charlotte County pro nounced on Wedneiday, the 29th of Mareh, 1854, 1 ■hall, aa Commiaaioner, proceed to *ell at public Auc tion, on the premise*, on THURSDAY, the 31at day of August, 1854, between the hour* of 12 and 2, on a credit of one and two years, the tract of land on which the late Thomas C. Clark, dee'd, resided, con taining 552 acre*, one-half of which i* auppoaed to be wood of original growth, remarkably well timbered. Thi* land lie* on the Richmond and Danville Rail road, three mile* below Keyaville, in a very healthy neighborhood, and iawell adapted to the cultivation of wheat, corn, oata and tobacco; the improvement* are in good order, conniiting of two excellent dwell ing hou*e* and all necessary out-houses, including a store house, be. There ia alao ac excellent orchard of apples of the very best fruit; a well of first rate water in the yard; and it is considered one of the most desirable aituationa in this aection of country. There is a good deal of fine, flat sand on the Meher rin river, and branches running through the land; and it ia well watered. Poaaeaaion will be given in' time'to aeed wheat. Bonds, with approved *ecurity, will be required for the credit payment*,and the title will be retained. Any person wishing to view the place, will please call on me at Keysville Station. jy 28—dim PETER F. CLARK. Com'r. IfOK SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. X I will offer at pnblic auction, if not disposed of privately before, on TUESDAY, August 29th, 1854, to the highest bidder, the following valuable PRO PERTV: 1. The Store and Dwelling-House, which i« occu pied by myself, and which was built but two years ago in an elegant and comfortable style. It is one of the best business stands in this State. It is the near est Store to the Central and Orange and Alexandria Railroad Depot in this place, and occupies a better locality for any kind of business than any other store in the village. 2. One Lot, a fourth of an acre in size, situated be tween New and Old Gordoniville. 3. The Land I lately purchased of George Morris's estate, known ai the ChAMBLICO TRACT, about 1J miles of this village, and containing two hundred aiid fifty five and a half acres, well timbered, and very well adapted to the cultivation of all kinds ot grain. As three railroads will shortly be running to this place, the timber will soon overpay for the land. 4. The balance of my stock of Hardware, Groce ries, Wooden and Tin-wase. Terms.—For the Store and Dwelling-house, Lot and Land, one-third cash, one-third in 6 months, and the balance in 12 months, fer Approved negotiable paper—the title retained till the whole is paid. For the Marchand'ze, cash will be required. 8. HIRSH. Oordonsville, Orange co.. Va., » July 17.1851. J jy 28—lm* BY ALEXANDER NOTT. r> UILDING LOTS oir MADDOX HILL 13 AT AUCTION.—On THURSDAY EVENING, 24th Aug.. at 5 o'clock, I will sell two valuable build ing LOTB, fronting 30 feet each on Baliwin street, running back 120 feet to a 12 foot alley. Terms—One-third cash; balance in 3 and 6 month* interest added. ALEX. NOTT, Auct. au 19 T?RESH TEAS.—The best assortment of JL Green and Black Tea* of the city. New *up plie* weekly arriving from the latest importation*, and felling at 30 fer cent lew than a*ual Richmond price*. HULST t KING, au 18—tw % and 8 Franklin, end 180 Broad *f. Most beautiful building LOT ON FRANKLIN STREET FOR SALE. The (übicriber* are authorized to sell about B0 feet of that most beautiful half-acre Lot, on Franklin it., opposite the late residence of Judge Maaoh. This Lot. for a genteel private residence, 1* among the mo*t desirable now in market. Apply to au ID—6t . OOPOIN fc APPERSON. A CARD.—Having gone to the Springs toreitore-my health, I respectful 1? inform ny customers and the public general]*, inat Mb. CO HEN, assisted by her brother, Mr. H. WECHBIEB, will cnntlnna te sell off the remainder of the stock for a short time longer at cost. The aseottment of OUT OOODfI it still a very good one, and all in want would do well to call at ' . VALEHTINE COHEIPt, an 19—fit* « corner Broad and sth sts. A PIPEB OLD SCHEIDAM HOLLAND OIH, for sa'e by DUDLEY* CO. an 22 T2 Mate at. PURCELL, LADD & CO., Broggi«t«, Ml 02 Main street. oornej- 14th, Richmond, have now In atom their fall stock of Drags, Medloteee, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Window-Glass, Zinc Palate, fco , embracing their nsaal large and general assortment, which they offer at low prioas for gash, or to punc taal customers. _ PURCELL, LADD k CO,Druggists. 92 Main at., eonw l«hst. CUMMER DRESS GOODS AT COBT. p Our stock of Summer Dress Good. Mmf large, wa will, la order to redaoe them before the *••*>» ta over, offer them at oort. • Alllu want of the above roods woniddowell to examine our stock before eurebesles. Moot e>f oar '""tulLitTSo !i« SorrjiHgLL ALMomy. iff"™- 2sl£W"' "*«y«A"S KMBT APCCOM JIAHMt _ SfE^T yALUiBLE H OUBEHOLD AND ™ «3j*g IS f"s"Wg£li at » o'clock, at the residence of _iT^■ • A Wood v oa Leigh between U and 3d at*. OMA-SJSK Cma " •»« Wsod xtM ALIO, -~~Sr fm isSi'ysv.°<A-~ .o^t'oTSSV^^S^T" T^2SF?,L B *S ALIS OF STOCK OP i %^^feVig!%SSKVS , S ?hW,r^sav"«£sl^ 1 » u srrs; l, 'i l J; street, nearly opeosste the Exchange Bank, I wwiH J?" V A action their entire stock of Boota, Shoea Tranks, \ slices, and Carpet Sags; and alao the Store f * be " tifai M,rM flg* BT "' 4 Sal* ma a . „v „ OL nENISON; Trustee, aa a Thomas W. Kitu, Auct. BY QQPniN a APPE"*"M ~~ T^,°.? EW FRAMED TENEMENTS ap«?2n BI SAPf T 2 I ]? ET ' NEAR BUCHANAN'S SPRJNG. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-W.ll be ao.d ou WEDNESDAY Afternoon, the 30th August, 1854 upon the premises, commencing at 5 o'clock, two o<»y erected framed Tenements on the North side_ of Broad street, near Buchanan'a Spring, ad joining the residence sf Mr. Mathiaa Altmeyer. Terms—One thirdcaabi-halaneeat4andß months, for negotiable notes, internet added, and title retain ed till last note is paid. au 23 GODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts- TWO SMALL NtiW JbKAMED TENE MENTS IN THE VALLEY. NEAR CEN TRAL RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on MONDAY After noon, the 281 h Aofiift 1*54, upon the premiaei, com mencing at 5 o'clock, two newly erected framed Te nements in Brown. Page, and Gamble's plan, be tweeen Valley and Federal streets, a few hundred yards north of the ticket office of the Virginia Cen tral Railroad Company. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 4and 8 months, with interest and title retained till laat note is paid • n 21 GODDIN k APPERSON. Aucts. \TALUABLE BRICK TENEMENT ON ▼ FRANKLIN STREET, OPPOSITE TO ME TROPOLITAN HALL, FOR. SALE AT AUCTION Will be sold on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, the 24th August 1854, upon the premiaas, commencing at 5J o'clock, the newly erected three-etory labove basement J briok tenement (with granite front) on the sonth side of Franklin street, oppoaite to Metropoli tan Hall. It fronta 24 feet, runs bac> 81) feet to an al ley, and bounded on the eaat by another alley. Thia property is justly regarded aa very valuable, aa it will readily yield an annual rent of (300 Terms—One-fourth oaah; balance at 4, 8 and 12 months for negotiable nates, interest added, aeeured by a truat deed. GODDIN fc APPERSON, »u 16 A acta. House and loi us union hill, NEAR LEADBETTR'S TAVERN, IFOR SALE.—WiII be eold on TUESDAY Afternoon, 29th Aug., 1854, on the premiaea, commencing at 5 o'clk., a Brick Tenement, on Union Hill, with an acre of land attached thereto, now occupied by Mr. Wm. W. Redford, adjoining Leadbetter'a Tavern. The house and outbuildings are in good repair, and the place is well adapted to a suburban residence or mar ket garden. Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 3, 6 and 9 months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and ti tle retained till last note is paid. au 15 GODDIN fc APPERSON. Aucts. WfILLBE SOLD ON THURSDAY ▼ T afternoon the 24th Aug.. 1854, upon the prem ises, commencing agfire o'clock, that very excellent BRICK TENEMENT on the East line of Locust alley, adjoining Mra. Bailey's boarding house, front ing about 25 feet, running back 100 feet. Alao the STABLE LOT in rear of the above, now occupied by Mr. E. J. Burnett, fronting 24 feet, running back 50 feet. The above real eatate ia located in a part of tho city where property is in much demand, and la con sidered valuable whether for residences or business purpoie*. Terms—ith cash, balance at at 3, 6 and 9 montha for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed or title retained. au 10 GODDIN fc APPERSON, Auct*. SHERIFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE NEAR. BACON QUARTER BRANCH TAVERN, UNDER DECRBE OF COURT —By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the county of Henrico, pronounced on the 28th of July, 1854, in the case of "Heckler against Sutton, Simpson, and others," the undersigned will proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on FRI DAY afternoon, the 25th August, 1854, commencing at 5 o'clock, the following real estate, viz: the lot of land lying in the county of Henrico, near the corpo ration of the city of Richmond, containing 2 acres, and used and occupied as a tannery. This property lies on Moore street, and adjoin* the Tanyard, which ha* been for many years paat in the occupancy of Mr. 8. A. Marshall, andia consider ed very valuable aa a Tannery Terms —One-third cash; balance at aix and twelve montha for negotiable note*, intereat added, satiafae torily endorsed, and title retained till laat note ia paid, and a conveyance directed by the Court. A. B. HUTCHESON. Sheriff of Henrieo. Sale conducted by au 10 GODDIN fe APPERSON. Aucta. GALE OF LAND IN HERICO, NINE O MILES ABOVE RICHMOND, UNDER DE CREE OF COURT —By virtue of a decree of the Circuit C onrt of the Connty of Henrico, pronounced on the 23d January, 1854, in the case of Crew againat Crew Sec., the undersigned, as Sheriff of Henrico County, will expose to publio auction, on the premi ses. on TUESDAY, the sth day of September, 1854, commercing at 4 o'clock, P. M., the real estate of which Daniel-Crew died seized, containing about 121 acres, situated in the county of Henrieo, about nine miles above Richmond, on the old Deep Run Turn pike, adjoining the land* ofThos. O. Burton, E. Pot erwieg and others Terms. —One-third cash; balance at 6 and 12 mos., for bond* bearing interest, with good security, and ti tle retained till last payment is made. A. B. HUTCHESON, Sheriff of Henrico County. Sale conducted by Gobdim It Apperson, Aucta. au 3 VALUABLE JAMES KIVEE LAND Y FOR SALE.—lntending to remove from the State, I offer for sale my Farm in Powhatan county, known a* "Windsor," situated on James River, 25 mile* from the eitv of Richmond, adjuiaining the estate of Riehard Gilliam, dec'd. The tract contains, by recent survey 372? acre*, (45 of the be*t Jame* River low ground*), 185 acre* of high land are in cultivation, the remainder 142 are in woods, of which 60 acres detached (and half a mile distant from the main tract) are heavily tim bered. The land lie* well, and is easily cultivated; the soil is excellent, and produce* fine crop* of corn, wheat and tobacco. There are about 20 acre* of good Creek meadow land. The improvement* are a brick dwelling, recently painted end papered; 44 feet front by 20. with 5 good apartment*, beside* 3 commodiou* cellar room* foi ■tore*, an excellent kitchen. *moke-hon*e and bam, and all necewary outbuilding* for the accommodation of hands, stock, be., in good order. Also, 2 good to bacco house*. There la an abundant Hp ply of the ptireit well and *pring water. For a residence, the location I* not *urpeaaed ly any place on the river: it iI perfectly healthful, in a pleasant neighborhood, find the «!.e command* an extended view of a beautiful country. In my abaence, the mannger will give to any rue visiting the premises, such information at nay be dsdred. Application for the purchase of the property will be made to Memtf Goodln U Apperson. of this city, and a concise map of the land can b« seen at tholr office. The above Farm will be sold at pablla auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the 14th day _of No vember next, at 12 o'clock M., if fair, if not the next fair day; bat in the meantime it can be treated for at '"The'tenn* will be—One-third ca»h; the balance on a credit of oee and two years for bond* bearing in ter.*, -cured b, H _ mTvmUj . . P 8 At the same time aad plrcO will be eeld all the Perishable Estate of the Vara, ooasMteg <rfth| crape of Cora, Oata. Hay. feo, ft yottag Motea, 6 voung Horses, with stock of Cattle, Oxen aad Hogs; Household lfaraitnre, Farming Implwnenta, Car cash; over that jjm't, 6 mouths credit, for bonds, with good ing interest, with an endowment on the bonds, that If the principal l« paid withla 10 days alter maturity the inter sat will berearittad. if SD—llVtdf "• H* kf OoDDIH kjLtJf**«OW. oALB OF REAL ESXAm-In porvn ij anee of a decree pronouueei in the Circait Court ale, the uadefained, as therein directed, will ex eent to Beabrook's Wanlin—, oa Qraoe atreet, te the cltj of Richmond, frouttactt feet, aad naslsg or saah; the balaa#e te six, twelve aad eighteen months, with MMMm notes, well endorsed, aad the tltterotatead until the parch aee money is fally paid, aad » eeavsyanoe 41- reeted by the Court. _ _ _ jy« 4 THOR. W POtWBMo liftt. • 'v A : ? i T imct. concern. T«w atmle. " *"■ k«ji Sal^eondocUdbi* BY hichakd QAOTrioiw; - W JHtferf* *® mjr t ? ctio ° "ft®*® THM »" MORNING, commencing at to o'clock • targe Maortment of GROCERIES, eonatitiaa «#M; q»or« of r»rioo» klnda. Rama and Sboalden.Ciaara. Herriii fa, la whole and half barrel*, ke P«/? I SJS ALE — ATr * A CTI V E TARr iau *** AND TAVERN E»- DANVILLE ££ ™ E WCISIbND Ad tb. N«th «d* of tha £?U 2! for it U a place of maeh raaort and m7J from the eity of Richmond could be attraaJdhith£ for the rammer month#. «»wa miner A Poet Office it kept there, end the ereeniit .muri. f'°i h "»8U»e Coach mnni»g tk£u22?V™£ toCumberland aoonty, which paia well „,l°A ne ,f , * P °'^ to in tha coal trad*. tfcla P'ff ® holda oat itrong inducement!, for It Ilea in th* midrtof the coal regfon, and tha Ana ofthl. mi"a?.| in the cut Made for the railroad au in diiihi a wall were exceedingly flattering. g g w *"' The owner, who reaidea on the nlaae. will tmk. pleaanre in (howing the *f to Mraone dia> poaed to pnrchaae. paraoaa d» j» 2«—Him* WW A. MARTIN. Cheaterfield. BIT ALEXANDER NOTT. SAL E.—M ULE BAT -l AUCTION-Willi,,Mid In rear of .tor. ®? «f h °» WEDNESDAY morning. 33d E* SutM^ij'SSilS'S.ES&r'""""™" Sale conducted by " A. NOTT. A net. iR.L. I. BLUE?.—Attend a meeting &I°«J&>™P»nj at LAFAYETTE HALL, on ve ? iDg - ® d I" 14 - «* 8 o'clock— F ctoal attendance i« required, übuilnessof im po'Urce will be brousht before the Company. By °"lar Of Lieut. Commanding J an 22-21 I. L. CARY, O. g *£&£% /OR PHILADELPHIA-TLe Smmmm, fine steamship Virginia Captain D. Teal, is now ready to receive freight to the above place, and will sail on WEDNESDAY the 23rd instant, at 1 o'clock, P. M. For freight or Yn •age, apply to H. E. TUTTLE, On the Dock. S STRAY COW—Came to my Farm, five miles from Richmond, near Mr. Atlee's,between the 10th and 15th July last, a Black COW, with atreak* of white on her baek and belly, and a white star In her forehead. She has a young calf. The owner can have them by proving property and paying all neces «n 21 3t* WM. W. JORDAN. LOST COW.—A large Red Buffalo COW. The owner will liberally reward the person who will return her. Apply at the Di»patch office. anil lEM UOLIAKK HKWAkll * » Strayed from a stable near the Fair ground, about two weeks sinae,two dark MULES—one with V? ,pot on " ,e rum P- Any information left at this office ao the owner can get them again, the above reward will be paid. an 21 St MULES FOR SALE.—I have for fSC2-V«ale at my Stable, on Wall street, a pair of 1 *OUNG MULhS, well broke and of fine size. an 22-2t* JKO. W. COSBY. r NOTICE.—The Railroad line *■■■■■ to Norfolk and Portsmouth will be discontinued for a short time after Wednesday, the 9th inst, for the purpose of refitting and painting the steamer Augusta. Due notice will be given when the boat is ready to resume her place upon the line. The boat will make her last trip down to Norfolk on the d yYotb* 18 ' raturnlng on "" following day, Thura «■" .„ _ „ THOS.DODAMEAD.Supr. Office R. It P. Railroad Company, RSm VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAIL HS ROAD — Change or Pismsii Sta tion. On and after MONDAY, Aug. Hih, the Pm linger Train will itart from the Temporary Passen ger Station, netween Washington and William'* street*, on the lineef the Railrcad. The present station will be converted into • recep tion room for up freight. .. „ H. D. WHITCOMB, en li—zw Snnt. Transportation. bALiii —lhe House and Lot waters 1- 1 now reiide, on Chnreh Hill, nearly opposite Springfield Temperance Hall, on S6th ft., 1* tor sale privately. The Lot front* on 28th (treet 421 feet aod ran* back 125 feet to a 14 feet alley. On the Lot there la a comfortable wood dwelling-home, which waa built about three year* ago of the beat material*, and contain* three room*, a passage and good base ment. There are al*o a good garden, coal bouse, Ac. I am at home from about 3 o'clock, P. M., until night, *od will be pleated for peraona to come and aee for themselves. The term* will be reasonable, and made to *oit the purcbaien and po**e**ion given the l*t of January next, or sooner. F. S. MITCHELL, an 10—I2t* J\] OTiLJE TO THE BOARDERS AND A* TRANSIENT CUSTOMERS OF THE UNI TE D STATES HOTEL —For the accommodation of the Boarderaand transient customers of ihi* Ho tel, I from thiidate wilt place two coaches on Main street, starting from 12tfl and Main, to bring tho*e ro the Hotel, who may de*ire it. previou* to each meal bonr in the following order, frtm of ckartM Ist coach at 6* A. M., 1* P.M., and 6* P. coach at 6} A. M., 1$ P. te., and 6| P M. The coaches are marked "UNITED STATES HO TEL" J. E. NORRIB, Proprietor, au 14—2w United States Hotel A CARD.—The undersigned having made an enragement with Messrs. Dudley £ John ston, No. 146 Eagle Square, would k« pleased to «« hi* friend aod the former patron* of Wilcox k. Bett*; feeling assured that every inducement will be offer ed to the purchaser*of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CARPETING, Ac. A call is solicited. au2l—6i* WM. A. WRIGHT. A LBERT L. WEST having taken tbe X\- office formerly occupied by the iste Thomas J. Glenn, Esq , respectfully offer* hi* (ervicea a* meas ure! to the d risen* of Richmond, and particularly A« mechanics who are connected with tbe buiid'ng lb sines*. in making estimates and measuring all kind* of work. Having been for a number of year* engaged in the building business, be trust* he ha* become sufficient- It familiar with all it* breaches to give general nati*. faction. The patronage of the public is resaecifoliy ■ lioited. , au 11-41* A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—AH JnL persons indebted to the late WM. MeLAUQH LIN will pleaae make payment to the undersigns si without deiayt and all persons having claim* against his'estate. will preeeat them, properly authen lcet»d, to the andanigoed, la order to the (sttlement of fbe filiairs of *aid estate ..a-,. ' r ndIijDEKM.— Proposals will be re •* the Office of JfeaCl** Engineer until 12 o'clsck, Mm on Wednesday, the 23d lut, for ecu* structing additional Suits, fiiede, FenSS.ELftr the enlargement of the Shew Grounds of the Ve. % feni,* of the rity. Person* bidding upon the above uraik w»tt be required to Sfats the time required to com plete the seme, end approved aecuritv mart he given By erdor of the Cosemlttee on Public Grounds. — 16-U W. GILUCUy Kng't T WILL say to my customers that 1 h»T« X wimjteMnhwofNr.HßMTUßt.lK marly or tha firm of Kut 4 liwk«t. M Uk« Will of tka urt of my >ri»w iwwV Baa long a»4 HroiMy tomva to llw litlim of Blwfcn,— -* -» »- ■jjllt * 'ssasaa? Tavioi**. Mo. 119 Broad Mm, wkara | akalt fco »!•*• •a 4 to NMh thair ordara. H«H tAjfiT aa 17—#t NOAH'S A*K.-K® P * B*mL. ■>» tttuM* twill OWWU4 a harjo h»ibor hoan te mi of PwiMiip ■* ' '-w. -> * TPO** •'lr Sfc ■ jate s&ii •!* 1»" '• i>,