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Special Correspondence ot rhe.UtspMcb. White Sulphur Spriugs Convention. Whit* Sclpiittb Br*ixa*, > August 36, 1854. \ The Convention ha* just adjourned, (7 o'clock r> M ) und I hare not time to describe the proceedings ot to day. There were no practical reautU arrived at however, except the adoption of areaohrttoa for tl » appointment ot a committee to prepare an ad the people of the State. This committee jt *i follow*: ti. N. Johnson, of Rirhmond ; Gea I'eter H- Sieenbergea, of Mason; Allen T. Capertoo, of Mol r->e; Jo*epl» S»gar, of Elfxabeth City, and Oen. Wm. F. (iordon, of Albemarle. Much very fine (peaking took place. The (peak <•-» were Memr*. B. W, MeComa*, of Kanawha • J .hnson, ot Richmond ; Ward, of Logan; W. C. Hues James Lyons, Kv Governor Smftli. John M- B.itts, and othera. Votea of thanka to the cftteer* were unanimously adopted, and the convention adjourned wi;h an ap. propriato valedictory by Mr. Stevenson. The Convention adopted resolution* making Mr Rive* and Mr. Segar tor copies of their tpeeche* lor publication. TERRIBLE TORNADO. Cincinnati, Aug. 98.—We learn by a boat just arrived from LouUvillo, that a destructiva tornado • wept over that city yesterday afternoon, accom panied by no awful detraction of life and an im mense duatruction of property. jSBCOND DISPATCH.) CtMCittxATi, Aug. 2K —The Louiaville paper* ol lhi« morning contain full particular* of yester day * tornado. The Democrat describes it as one oi the moit violent ttenns that ever swept over that sec'ion of country. The Third Presbyterian Church, on the corner of Kleventh and Walnut streets, was completely wrecked, and the entire building fell io, including the roof, rafter* and brick walla, crushing 20 of the to instant death, and wounding seri ously 10 or 20 others. The scene wa» truly heart rending. Soon a large crowd assembled and be t*n their aearch for the victims. A mother and her three children were grouped in death. Another tcene presented a father, mother and babe—the fa ther dead, and the mother mortally wounded, wh ; le the little child, placed beneath tbem, remained un hurt, being protected by the forms of its parents In other instance*, Mine ot the victims were found t« rribly wounded and maimed. The catastrophe ha* stricken consternation into the very heart of the city, and ita people are ap palled beyond belief. The following i* a list of the killed:—Mr*. Vilda liee and three children; Mr. Taylor and child; Mr. ti.idfrey; Mrs. Salisbury; Mi<* lleadley; John Mc < iowan; Mrs. Martin, (wife of John N. Martin, sad ler;) Mrs. Wilk*, (niece ot Mr*. Martin;) Mr. Swee ney; Mr. Harlow; Mr. McClelland; Mr. R. Davis, i,a resident of New Albany;) Mr. Mcßrideand child It i« thoucht that one or two others were killed whose names have not been ascertained. Fully one hundred building? In the city were un rooted and otherwise injured. The storm passed over that part of the city lying between Filth and Twenty-first street*. A splendid block of tour-story houses recently erected on the north side of Main, between Eighth and Ninth sts., was completely destroyed, and two or three men, it is supposed, are in the ruins. These buildings cost $18,000. The upper storv of the rope and bagging factory •it \V. A. Richardson it Co., on Magazine street, was blown down, and the new city school bouse on the corner of Nioth and Magazine streets, was un rooted. The total loss is estimated at §100,000. The storm was also very severe in Jeffcrsonville, where four houses were kfc>wn down. FIRE IN THE WOODS—IMMENSE DESTRUC- TION—TRAVEL STOPPED, <tc. Bcffalo, Aug. 2? —The pine woods near Lon* don, Canada West, are still burning and threaten the city with destruction The smoke is to dense that the Great Wettern Railroad trains have been temporarily discontinued. Mango*, Aug. 28—The fire in the woods still continues, and there is scarcely a town within titty miles of here that haanot suffered more or lest. Tbe drought still continues, and the crops are literally parched. The damage to the woodlands in this immediate vicinity from tiro is estimated at over $10,000. The roads are impassable in many places. Boston, Aug. 28—In Tewksbury and Wilming ton. in this State, tbe fires in the woods have been ra;ing several days past, and were only checked yesterday. About 1,000 acres of woodland have been burnt over—loss estimated at 820,000. In soma parts of Hillaboro' county, N. H., the smoke from the burning woodlands partially ob scures the vision in every direction. CHOLERA AT BOSTON. Boston, Aug. 26—The deaths during the past week of cholera in this city were 43, of which only two wore American born. FIRE AT BUCKSPORT. Bangor. Aug. 28.—A fire broke out in Bucksport this morning, and burned four stores, occupied by G. B. Bradly &. Co , A. H. Hall, 8. Skinner, B. Blodgett, ana one bouse in which resided three families. Loss, $15,000. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Nilwapkie. August 28.—This city has boen visited with a disastrous conflagration, laying in ruins the U. States Hotel, and an entire block of buildings. ARREST OF A MURDERER. Philadelphia, August 28 —Edward alias Peter Crawford bad a hearing before Mayor Conrad on tbe charge of killing Francis Tumbleson 17 years since in an oyster cellar in South street, near Tenth. The parties were both colored. The accused made a confession acknowledging the killine, but says the deceased attacked him with a billet of wood. THE CHOLERA-RETURN OF FISHING VES SELS-RAIN, <tc. Boston, Aug. 28 —The cholera appeared among the Irish at Fall river, on Saturday morning, and up to this morning nineteen have died. Some half dozen fishing vessels returned to Glou cester last week with small fares. We had rain hero on Saturday, but rather too moderate for much benefit to the crops. ELECTION IN WASHINGTON. Washington, August 28.—The election in the Fir* Ward to-day for a member of the Common Council, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Rev. Mr. Sayra, resulted in the choice of Rev. Charles A. Davis,'"the friend of civil and religious liberty,- who received 300 votes; Luther R. Smgot, the "Know Nothing" candidate, receiving 293. Y Fral-ds in the Sale of Virginia Land Wif rants.—lt is said that extensive frauds havolattly been perpetrated in tbe solo of Virginia Exchange Land Warrants. A letter from Parkertburj to the N Y. Tribune, signed Geo Loomis, says: A few weeks since a gentleman from Western Now York came t» this place. Desiring tome legal advies, he was directed to my office. His business was in re la'fon to a land of (I beli ve) five hundred acres, which, according to bit statement, he purchased of one Mr 8., of Pembroke Genesee county. N. York, giving therefor a house and lot, some farming imple ments—in fact almost everything that be poeseMed. 1 shall never forget tbatcoantenarce when he learn ed that the foil value (coat) of his warrant did not exceed $12 loquirie* have recent'y been addreiaed to me upon t .la ■abject by a pert; li. in j is 1 odiaca, who (old cot hi. poeaeaaion* Id that State with tbe view of loca ting in thi*. and ree-ived in payment for hi* property 'Virginia JCiaod Office Treaaury Warrant*.'' at tbe rate of 91.25 per acre, to tbe aoaount of 9&m. TbU cut i* undergoing legal iaveatlgatlon, u I am in formed. and it eo, tbe diacloaurea made by it may be profitable to the community. If the above faeta are correct, it will be M«n that the purchaaar of aaid warrant* pa'd $5000 for paper that eoat only #80, and not worth that. THE WEATHER, Ac. Phi La Delphi a, Aug. 28.—Tbe weather bae been cloudy all day, with eaaterly wind*. The thermome ter ha* beea pretty nearly atatlonery at about 70. Bo* Tort, Aug. 28.—Tbe weather i* dear—the ther mometer about noon etanding at 70, with a cool north breea* thi* evening. At Concord, Manchester, and Naahua, New Hann ah ire, at noon, the thermometer wet at about B«—the aua very orpreaaive, and a light breese. There bee I'taa no rain in the vieiaity for maay week*. Tbe mgbtaare eool. Cmwu>«ati. Aug. 2R—We had fine raiaa oa Satur day and jeeterday, »ub proapecta of more. The ran ho* bean pretty general in tbia aeetioa. PiTTtat ac, Aag.2i.-We hod a rafreablng .bower oa Bataidav avaaTag, of perhape one ho«r>e Sancton but not eeftialent to reatore vegatatloa. Tbe weather etoae hneby aJenraad cooler, bat at«l warm. Only IS inebee of water in tbechasee! 7 A NNEAB'S BLACKING A ,up p u *•» Agent for the MaaoCaetorer. ■ ■"! * THE LOUISVILLE CALAMITY. Uwn*vn.L«, Aug. SO —The funeraU of the per son* who lost tbetr Itve* during the tornado am. Sunday, took plaee today. The ceremonies war* most solemn. Business throughout the city wm suspended, and usi versal gloom prevailed. Tare* ty live dead bodies were taken from the ruins.— Dm number wounded Is •ixty-fWc. Dr. Morrison. pastor of the Church, who eacsped unloj ared, preached the funeral sermon. MEW YORK POLITICS. Albany, Aug. 29.—The eff «r» to effect a coalition between the Hard and Soft Democrats hue failed. DRY WEATHEIt. * i ' Nrw Yosk, Aug. Oft —The drought continue* In Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago.' THE FIRE AT MILWAUKIE. BvrrALo, Aug. 29—The fir* at Milwaakis wm vary destructive. An satire block of va'nable boild ings was burnt. Tha loas is estimated at f 1,000,000. THIS MARKETS. New Yosk, Aug, 2).—Flour—Ohio has decllaedSS at*., and Southern 13) c's. Sales of Southern at S3 63 10 25. Wheat firm—Southern red $1 80. Corn unchanged. Cotton dull of sale. The money mar ket is active, with a plentiful supply. Baltimore, Aug. 29.—Flour firm and tha market quiet. Sales of Howard street at t9, and City Mills at §8 25. Wheat—good to prima white 81.75'«r1.85; red $1 Corn—ft:m. White 84rf>86 cents; yellow 84® 35 cents. \TEW AND BEAUTIFUL MUSIC.— i.s Received by HARROLD t MURRAY, Broad *t. BONGS. The Warrior's Page, duett by Glover—3Bc. Oh, bid me not target, billed by Buckley—2*>r. Few Da;*, or I'm going home, by Holland—2sc. The Wanderer, very pretty, by Fesca—2sc A Strain from Home, or those distant bells—2sc. PIECES. Le Tremola. by Wei a—Sßc- Alleghany Waltzes, by Dotilinger—soe. Titania Wal'z, by Krey—3Bj. Even ng Shade Polka. by A. H Wood—33c. Love Chase Schottisch, by F. W. Brower—23c. Saltan's Polka, by D'Albert—soc. Eveline Polka, by Kiey—l2c Pic Kic do do 12c JUST RECEIVED, September number of GODJBY'S LADY'S BOOK —V> cts. au 28 RAWLINGS & MILLER, corner Pearl and Cat vfstreets, agents for the following gooda, which we will sell at mannfactarer%tt||ttea delivered from oor store: PICKLES— assorted, io gallon, half gallon and qnart jars. OLIVES —Seville and Amelon. CAPERS—Nonpareil and Capote. PEPPER. SAUCE—American aud West India. BITTERS— Virginia Aromatic and Dr. Green's. LEMON SYRU PS-assorted. CATSUPS—Tomato, Walnut and Mushroom. FLAVORING EXTRACTS—assorted. ENGLISH SAUCES—Reading, Harvey, John Bull Anchovy, Lobster, WdlSestershire and India Soy. MUSTARDS—London, Dublin, New York and Waite's. au S3 Hardin '8 horwe pow d e ks.— These Powders are deemed to ba the beet in use for improving the condition, appetite and wind of horses, and giving them a fine, smooth, glossy skin. For horses tbai are foundered, over-heated, or distempered, they are superior to all other Powders. Prepared only by E. J. PICOT k CO., au 32 Drn grists. RICHMOND SODA WATER Aft V lA> BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT.—It it a set tied fact that the only genuine article of bottled SO DA WATER, in the city is put up by M. McCOR MACK, who flatters himself that he is able to com pete with any manufactory either North or South, having been engaged in the business for seven yean past. To avoid imposition be sore and call for M. Mc CORMACK'SSODA WATER. N. B.—All orders, either from eity or country, promptly attended to Soda Water Porter and Ale delivered in all parts of the city daily. All persons having my bottles will please return them immediately. M. McCORMACK, ap 15 tt No. SPB, Broad stieet. PUMPS! PUMPS!!—Just received at my store on 13th St., between Main and Cary, a large supply of Cittern, Well, Garden Engine, and other Force, Lever, and Double-action PUMPS oi various patterns with brass and iron cylinders, whicb I will sell on the most accommodating terms. Per sons needing such articles should give me a call, mh 31—ts H LANGLEY r|ANIEL HAGERTY, BELL AND L' BRASS FOUNDER, having opened a Foundry on 10th street, between Main and Cary streets, Is prepared to execute orders for all kinds of Plain and Ornamental Brass and Composition CASTINGS, in a workmanlike manner. As he is prepared to oast every day. persons want ing work done can be accommodated in a few hoort' notice. All kindt of Ship, House and Churoh BEILS made to order. patronage from the public it respeetfullj solicit- N B. —Highett cash price paid for old metals. my 23—9 m CENTRAL RAIL ROAD OPEN TO STAUNTON. CHEAPEST, MOST COMFORTABLE AND EX PEDITIOUS ARRANGEMENT EVER MADE FOR TRAVELLING TO THE SEVERAL VIRGINIA SPRINGS, LEXINGTON.&c. THE COMPANY is provided with a LARGE ADDITIONAL SUPPLY OF NEW ENGINES and PASSENGER CARS—have but one change of baggage from cars to stages on the whole route, and present the only line running through tev en timet a week. The cars pass over the top of the mountain at Rockfish Gap, where, at various points in the ascent scenery is presented to the view of surpassing graa deur and beauty. Commencing with the 20th day of July, au Express Mail Train will be run daily between Richmond and Staunton, and an Accommodation Train also daily, (except on Bcndays) with the view of securing to la dies and invalids the greatest amount of comfort. Leave Richmond at 6.20 A. M. and arrive at Staun ton at 2.30 P. M. Bv this Line pastenger cart leave Petersburg and Richmond in the morning, and arrive at the White Sulphur Springs next day at 6.30 P. M Leave Staunton at 1 P. M. and arrive in Richmond at 2.30 P M The Accommodation Train will leave Staunton at 6 AM. and arrive in Richmond at 2.30 P. M. The Second Train going up will atop at the atusl intermediate poiuta for paaaengera, bat will not atop coming down, except at depot*. FARES: Between Richmond and 00(d0navi11e,......,.9S 60 " Oordonarille and Alexandria, .....3 50 THROUGH TICKETS: Between Alexandria and Charlotteaville, 94 86 " " " Staunton, 5 00 " Richmond and Funnier tpd'aga,'!!" 7 * • » : §^pfe::iß Hot fepnnga. 8 25 " " " Rockbridge Alum S'g« 8 00 " " " Lexington. " " " Natural Bridge, 7 75 " " " Buchanan, 72s " » " FlneaatleT ...Jttt Richmond, June 21rt, 1P34. By order. H. I). WHITCOMB, Snpt. Tranaportation. STAGE LINE. Our Stage Linen will connect with each of tbe Train* of the Central Railroad, a* follow*, viz: Pa**en«era from the Exproe* Train will leave Staunton immediately after dinner, *ay at 2 •'dock P. M. and arrive at Cloverdele by dark, same day, from Richmond. Leave next morning at daylight and arrive at White Sulphur by 6IP M. Paaaenger* by the Acoommodatio* Train will leave Staunton at 6 o'clock, A. M , arrive at tbe Warn Spring* at 6 P.M. Leave next morning after day light and arrive at White Sulphur by 3 P. Id. H. B. Thit arrangement propoeet strictly and I iter - ally altogether Dayliyht Travel—and we jAeige omr ie/pai to future to Paitcngert the comfbrtt they home a right to calculate Returning, oar Line* will leave White Sulphur at II A M. Pawenger* deiiriog expedition will reach Staunton next day in time to get to Richmond by 9 P. M, being leaf than a day and a half. Thoee de iiriog comfort will arrive at Warm Spting* at S P. if., re*t all algbt, leave next dav at 6J A. M~ and ar rive In StoMton 6 p. M. ready for tbe Morniag Train lor Richmond, Alexandria or Baltimore. Paeaeoger* for LEXINGTON. NATURAL BRIDGE, BUCHANAN and FINCASTLE will be taken through tbe *ame day from Richmond by the Expraa* Um Tbaje for LEXINOTOh by derY Paweager* for ROCKBRIDGE ALUM arrive to break feet Sad day. P***enger* who get Throagb Ticket* may itop at any point, or change from one Line to tbe other. _ Thoee fairing Extra Suae* can charter them at Stoantoß WM. P. KARIBU It CO Juee2l*t.l&H J* WO- 3 HAOK&BKL-fur uSTby an IT X U SAIMRRmCa^M. ... RICHMOND JDRAMAXIC AR^QCRTIOW BENEFIT OF MISS SEED. ThU (WEDNESDAY) Ev.aiag, will be porfetmed tba comedy of ALL THAT QUITTERS IS HOT GOLD! Aitaf which, A FANCY DANCE - RY - MISS REXD. To eonaiude wttti LOAN OF A LOVER ! OrAdmi**<aa 25 eenu. an 30-It g UNION GUARD oA W Military and Civic Excursion* 5 ! lit TO BLABH COTTAGE. £r3t TICKETS ONB DOLLAR. THE GREATEST BILL OF THE SEASON. above newly organized volnnteer J. Companjr hfg leave to announce to the public that they intend making their Sr*t EXCURSION TO SLASH COTTAGE on TUESDAY, Sept. 6th, 1854, ard offer the following Inducement*, rix: Shortly after the arrival of the firettrain, the com pany will practice at TARGET SHOOTING—.pr'ze awarded, a handsome SILVER CUF After which, (elect MUSIC by Smith'* celebrated Armey Band. To be followed by a grand MILITARY AND CIV IC BALL. For tin accommodation of the* public there will be two train*—the First—Stat ting from the depot on Broad *treetat4 o'clock, F. M. Si con I—For tbe accommodation of those who pre fer the eventog—*t*rt from the depot at 8 o'clock, P. M. Re'orn train, at 1 o'clock, A, M. Or Ticket Si. NO CAARGE FOR LADIES. Ticke'i to be had from member* of the company, or at the depot IV Refreabment* ftirnlahed at city price*. Strict attention paid to preaerring order. Ite. N. B. Our brother volunteer* who will f*voru* with their company, will meet u* en the Cap'tol •quare. in uniferm, at 3 o'clock. P M. au 29 BROAD HOCK RACES _<5v WILL commence on [„v,^ mokday ,n oc «" ■«* " *' ■> ' Ist Day -MONDAY, the lßth.—A ina'ch rsce for SSOO a*ids—l2so foi feit. Two niile heat*: VVm. C. Srottname* bay mare Faoline, 5 year* old, by imported Glencoe. C. Green name* eh. colt Whitby, uy Alimode, four year* old. 2nd Dav.—TUESDAY.—A *weep-*take for three year Id colt* and filleyr; mile heat*; S2W> entrance, half forfeit. Closed with three lubccriber*, a* fol low!- P. S. Fowler name* g. g. Little Arthur, by import ed GUncoe. G. W. Dall&hunt name* ch. colt Henry, by import ed Glencoe. Calvin Green name* br. f. Augusta, by Ainderby, dem Princess Anne Second Bace— Same Day.—Sweep-stake for four year old): mile heats; $250 entrance, $100 forfeit; to name and close on the lOili Sep ember. 3r» Dav—WE DN E S D A Y.—Proniie tor's Purse, #3<>o; 2 mile heats; free for all ages 4th Dav—THURSDAY—Jockey Club Purse, *500; 3 mile heats; free for all ages. .Vra Da*—FRIDAY.—A Sweep-stake for 3 year old colts and iilleys; 2 mile heats; #200 entrance, naif forfeit. Closed with the following entries : P. S. Fowler names g. g Little Arthur, by import ed Glencoe. G. VV. Dallahunt names ch colt Henry, by import ed Glencoe. P. S. Fowler name* b. g. Terrlfier, by imported So vereign. O. r. Hare name* ch.colt, by Zinganu, dam by Bos ton. CaptJobn Belcher name* by. filley, by Tally-Ho. Calvin Green name* Messrs. Doawell and Paine'* b c., by Childe Harrold, dam Emily Tboma*. Sfcokd Race—Same Day.—Sweep-Stake for four year old*; two mile heat*; S3OO entrance, half forfeit —to name and cloie on the 10th September jy 29—WkSt* CALVIN GREEN, Prop'r. METROPOLITAN HALL. THURSDAY EYF.WIKG, BKPT. 7TH. KUNKfcL'S NIGHTINGALE OPERA TROUPE! PRONOUNCED THE Cr* CONSTELLATION STAR COMPANY !^B EMBRACING TWELVE SOLO PERFORMERS! Including the Prize Jig Dancer, JOE BROWN, And the Matchless Ballad Singer, MASTER ADAMS t Will open on the above named Evening, and conti nue their Soirees for one week. iy Admission 25 cents. JNO. T. FORD, "25 Agent. RSqggglgßßjq EXCURSION—RICH <WrW fr 1 MOND it DANVILLE RAIL ROAD.—For the accommodation of the citizens of Richmond who wish to attend a protracted meeting at Liberty Church, Powhatan county, 26 miles from Richmond, on Sunday, the 3d of September next, an Excuraion Train will leave the depot of the R. U D. Railroad at 9 o'clock. A. M. Returning, leave the Church immediately after the afternoon services. Fare for the round trip, one dollar. No half price tickets. Tickets must be procured at the office be fore entering the cars, or 25 cents extra will be char ged. Thia Church is about 100 yards from the Rail road. Minister* attending the meeting can procure free ticket* to and from the meeting by applying to the conductor. By order. R. E. HUGHSON, au 2j-(3S Ticket Agent. iy Post copy. FIEE PAPERS LOST—On Saturday evening last, between the lit market and 25th street, a pocket book containing my FREE PAPERS 1 will pay a reasonable reward for their delivery to me, or by leaving them at the Dispatch office. ELIZABETH MEKINS, »" *9—2t* A free woman of color. rpiDE-WATEB CONNECTION.—The M. subscribers will In a few daysbe prepared at the Duck to receive and forward good* and produce by their regular line of boata to Lynchburg. Having the moat contiguous location to steamer and vessel landings, conside able drayage may be saved by ship ping by our line. Liberal arrangements will be made with merchants in the city who have merchandise and produce to forward. LEE & CO, ■"» » On the Pack, luck in odd numbers, says Ro -1- ry O'Moore, Which if it be true, 1,3, 9 (130) is my number you know, And the chaace for bad picture* are few. But should you my number fail to find. The Red Flag you'll certainly aee; Which is unfurled to the wind A* the rig* of Powers' Gallery. Good picture;s you shall have at a low price. Warranted to pleam, or no mSe; To get a good J.ikrnrai you must take my advice. And catl an POWEttS without tail. au 29 RCAUTHORN, Auctioneer, 15th »t e fives his personal attention to the sale of all una* ot Goods, Furniture, fcc. Stock sale* of Gro ceries Furniture, Dry Goods fcc., attended to in any part of the city. Caah advances made upon cons'gn ments, when required. hu 29 CUPEBIOB WINES AND BRANDY* O for medicinal purposes, for aala by OWEN B HILL, Druggist •» 29 Market Plaoe, Franklin at. tJEMP AND CANARY SEED—Fresh JLJL aapply for sale by OWEN B HILL, DtaggUt ™ » Market Plaee,' Frentlla *t. Cft KITS No 1 MACKEREL landing UU and for aale by JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. rJE PITCHERS, BBITTANIA AND PLATED.—They have been la use the past two •easot,* and have given nnlversal satisfaction. Their economy, la requiring hot a small qaactity of lee, united with their oonvenieaca la being eae ! ly porta >>le,'make tbem the nott acceptable article for the purpose yet Invented. BULKLEY &. CO- 137 Msia st. nUVAL'B CHOLERA AND DIAR j Ml XTURJE. never fit ill to euro Cholera and niarrhcpa when taken in the early (Urt» of th'ie eouipiaJuia. ft la ore of tbe moat effectual remediee ever offered to the poblle for tbe above diaeaeee — J**" 1 ? P?™°® •bould take the precaution to keep a bottle of thia valuable medicine on band. Prepared and eold wboleaale and ratal! by an 3 ALEX DUVAL, 1M Main at* Richmond. I7GGLEBTON, FITZGERALD & CO.. -l~d No. H, Pitt I. It , offer for tale 800 Bail lig Lagaayra, Jnmaica and Java Coffe*; 175 Paekacoa Lotf, Craahed and Coffee Hogan; 47 Hhd« N O and P. |. fngara; «7 Pacaagea N. O. and W |. rtnlannli. IM Boxee Sperm. Adamantine and Tallow Cnffnt 30.000 He man Cicitrt; 25,000 Havana and Piiaolpe do; Painted Bnrketet Woodwar*. be, witb afSS •uwkof Tru, Wi»m, Uqaora, Ac.. fee. 66 Saabela Pilim Clover tut aa 17—iw I 4> BUILDING LOTH IN THE PLAN l<6 OF BELVIDERE, NEAR HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY, AT PRIVATE SALE-for parttea ara eall at the aabaeri beret the atone baUdicg on tbe Saaia, or at hie wUmh. mv Sl—ta R. R TYLER. K». 0. B. NORRIS CELEBRATED CEDAR TAR, for tale by Meaan. DOVE k CO, Hdiilmt. kvama (ettimw) tbu ia* •llai meoioue la aaa, bribe oare of Ptttaioaarji Dtaaaaaa, par* blood. f^v.srsKJr.'Ksr—' -— — ■» tnAfc blfawOlM. , 4 » IT £f- -r--~f i - m ; -£' ■ -V"i"■ t" x * . A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, SITU ATIO OH OREOOTHILL. AT AUCTION r ,u & ***<"» reserva. on SATURDAY ml, Aug .AtMiUMf put » o'clock, r N M o* IM P r r™JfKl* * ,r I **rir-b'eStore and Dvtlliu. An g* Hilt, u4 mow by Andrew J **> kft front* 31} feat, ul ram ttsk 100 **ttw«*fc.««.ta eoaiiat of a brio* building. con»anlent itwt t fBOBi < fef which ilMu 8 hu been need with *»cc«s*«; two good room* abova, „ A ku «uchad • kitoben eon tsii log tkro room* The location towmi ami ad vantage* a* a ha*tua** itiu, being surrounded by n nnm.ronj.,4 rapidly growing population. In thto * r * eonflnaal demand and TiinMhMkiri oa*h; tbe balaaea at 4,1 and II ™m dM ofy negotiable note*, wid. internet .w T o!j To"wUl be retold on SATURDAY, '»» *•« ®* September, at half putt 6 o'clock. -» i °f.v P ar cha*er, he having failed tMKn ply with tbe tern* of «al«. «n 89 RICHARD CAUTHORN, AnaL BY THOMAS W KEESEE, r (Office at Geo. J. Sumner'*, No. 9 Pearl »t.) pABGO SALE OF ~40,000 FEET OF V/ LUMBER, consisting of Inch Plank, Scantling k am £L r u AT AUCTION—wiII be sold en FRIDAY AFTERNOON next. Sept. lit, com mencing at 5 o'clock, at lower wharf at Rockett*. Lumber ' ' Bc ' l Scantling and *q«ar* Terra* at sale. » n2B THOS. W. KEESEE, AurA VALUABLE WHARVES FOR RENT T AUCTION —Will be rented on the pre "Ji?®'. THURSDAY Afternoon, 31*t in*t M it 5 P ? li/i. Rockett*, known as "Lnd iam * wharve*. for one year commencing on the Ist d*y of Beptembar, 1854. au S8 3t LUDLAM k WATSON. BY LARUS k SHINE. O ALE OF CITY MADE FURNITURE AT AUCTION.—In conaequence of not having sotficient wareroom to contain my stock of city made Furniture, I wi l from rhi* day until MONDAY, 4ih day of September, sell all my Furniture at a* near cokt as possible, and on the 4th of September, at 10 o'c'ock. A. M . what is left will be sold at auction, on the corner of Franklin and 18th itreet*. Those in want of handaome Furniture and a gnod artiele, would do well to call and examine before that time. The fo'lowing i* a portion of what I shall *ell: I Se cretary and Book Case; elegant mahogany Ward robes, portable; pine painted XVardrobea, portable; 8 elegant marble s'ab Ladies' dressing Bnreaus with mirrors different styles; 6 elegant marble slab en closed Withstands, different stvler; 12 Ladies' dress ing Bnreaus with mirror*, different styles; marble alab Sofa Table; 4 elegant Sid* board*, different pat tern*; 1 set cottage painted Furnitnre, 8 pieces; ma hogany breakfast and dining Tables; mahogauv card Tables; mahogany centre Tables; mahogany What Not*, aprettg article; cherry dining and breakfaat Tables; poplar dining and bre»kfa*t Table': mahogany Ladle*' Work Stands; mahogany Candle Stands; ma hogany and painted Waahstand* and saloon Tablet; pvnted enclosed Wathstand: mahogany and cherry Ciib»; mahogany parlor Chain; mahogany Rocking Chairs, covered with pluib; do. do. with carved b ck*; do Rocking or Nurie Chair; mahogany office Chairs; lot of Sofas; 1 Tete-a-tate; lot of ladies' dreas ing Boxes with mirror*, and 1, 2and 3 drawers; lot of elegant mantel G!aue*; 6 high.post Beds'eads, ma ple; 1 dcz«n cottage Bedsteads, maple; 10 trnndel Bedsteads, maple; 6 poplar Couches; lot of Chairs, contistinr of Rocking and Grecian Chair*, children'* Chair*, pine Safes, mahogany Stools, ptrtable Desk*, ■mall misses una (eat Chairs, and a variety of little article*. J. W. SATTERWHITE. Sale conducted by Laiu* A Shine, Auct. au 24 BY TAYLOR fe WILLIAMS. Household and kitchen fur- NITURE, CROPS, STOCK, iic. AT AUC TION.—The subscriber, intending to remove to Richmond, will sell at pnblic auction, on WEDNES DAY, ,6th of Bepi'r next, at 11 o'clock, A. M-, at h ; * farm, Burnside, Hanover county, 6 mile* frem Rich mond, all hi* Stock, Farming Uteniils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Crops, fee. The Farming Utensils and Hou«ehold and Kitchen Furniture are nearly all new and in good order— among the stock are two veiy good Work Horse*. Terms—Cash for all sum* cf SSO and under; over that amount, 4 mo*, credit for approved paper, inter est added. B. E. POITIAUX. Sale conducted by Tavloe k Williams, Aucts. au 25 TRUSTEE'S KALE OF A HOUSE A AND LOT ON CARY STREET.—On MON DAY, 4th September, 1854, at 5 o'clock, P. M., upon the premise*. In execution of a certain deed of trust dated 19;h April, 1854, and recorded in the Richmond Husting* Court office in Deed Book No t>7. page 511, wiil be *o'd the property conveyed in Baid deed, to wit:—a LOT OF LAND in the city of Richmond, on the sooth ride of Cary, between Foushee and Ist streets, fronting 30 feet and running back 155£ feet to an alley 15 feet wide, upon which lot there is a fram ed building with about four rooms, formerly ocrnpied by Mr. H. B. Ancarrow, and more recently by Mr. Wm. A. Southall Terms—Cne-third cash ; one-third on 22d Decem ber, 1854; and one-third on 22d April, 1855—credit payments to bear interest, and title to be retained until purchase money is fully paid. By order of the Trustee. au 23 TAYLOR & WILLIAMS, Auct. Oft DOLLARS BEWABD.—Ranaway J from the subscriber about the 30th of July, a NEGRO BOY, by the name of ALFRED—about 20 year* of age, rather tanned complexion, and of me dium aize. It is more than probable tb&t he may be either in ths citv or neighborhood of Richmond, a* he ha* expreised a desire to live there. I willjus #10 if apprehended within the county of Culpeper, and returned to me, or $20 if apprehend ed out of said county, and aecured so that 1 can get him. C. C. TALIAFERRO, Rapid Ann Station, au 26 dim Culpeper County. Oft ftftft DOLLARS —To those ex tFV/«Uv"U pending $3in portraits, will be gi ven a Due Bill, good for one share in the following donation, when 90,000 have been iasued, or for one dollar in portrait* whenever presented The donation will consst of three hoase* and lot* in Richmond, valued at $10,000, $5000 and $1000.— Together with 29 947 Gold Locke-*, Breastpin* with portrait* Book*, and other article* of a total valua of $14,000. To be bad on application, of WM. A. PRATT, Daguerrean Artist, 145 Main *t., Richmond. M. P. SIMONS, Daguerrean Artist, au 23—tf 151 Main St., Richmond. T> EMOVAL.—The RICHMOND DE JL%j POSITORY of the Publishing Hoase of the Me thodist E Church, South baa been removed from its stand near the corner of 9th street to No. I2S Maip, between 13th and 14th atreeta, next doer to the Book ■tore of J. W. Randolph. It is notirfoeated in the very centre of buaineia, in an attractive and spacious storehouse, with a large, well selected and elegant assortment of STATIONERY and FANCY ARTI CLES; Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Books and Tract*, and Sunday School Book*; Note, Cap and Letter Paper in great variety of size and quality, with such other articles as are usual to the wholesale and retail trade of sueh establishments. Addition* will be made to the pre*ent larre stock on hand a* the demand* of trade may raouire Country merohant* are Invited to ca'l and examine our stock. A portion of the city trade, and of peraons visiting the eity, i*de*ired LEROY M. LEE. au 23—t* Cftft TONS NORTHERN ICE, afloat tlUv/ and for tale. We will sell tt low by the cargo or ton, ftom Rocketts. Apply immediately to GRIFFIN h. TAYLOR, •« 28—4t Oa the Doek. A CARD.—Having engaged the aervloes of Mr. G. R. TURPIN. a competent aad expe rienced Apothecary, who will devote hi* whole at tention to cur buiine**, tbe public nay confide la having Physician# Praacriptions accurately and neat ly compounded at all hoar* of the day or night A. A GEORGE A CO, au 28 No. 222, corner 4th and Broad *te. BACON. —50 000 lbs. prime shoulder Ba con, bright aad dry; 40,000 lb*, prime Sides bright and dry. For sale by au 28 CHS. T WORTHAM A CO. T EAF LARD—IIO tierces No. 1 Leaf mJ Lard, for aale by __ au 28 CHS. T. WORTHAM A CO. piJBA MOLASSES—9S hhd*. prime V/ Muccvado Molaaaea In near hhde. for eele by aa S3 CBB T WORTHAM A CO. rpODD & SON'S SUPERIOR BACON an M f * >1C bT CHS. T. WORTHAM A CO. UOAP—OId Castile and Palm Sow for O aa'e by A SODEKER, an iG No 10 Mala at. F|R. ROSE'S FAMILY MEDICINEB " for .ale by A. BODEKER, aa 36 Ne. 10 Mate at PORTE MONNAIEP AND FRENCH A BUCKSKIN PURSES—A large aaeortaaeat re ceived and for aale low by CHS. WLWADGH, aa M Pwi|l* IX>R HIRE.—I bare R food None for A ttetalweofttajw EDWD D. EACHO, aa 99 Qeeeral Agaatnnd Colfoetar. PHOIiiRA «r be smsd aad prereoted V/ by the tlaialy aee ef RRYANTS CHOLERA REMEDY. Not aatacieeaaeteaaidtabave roearred where thie valuable medicine waa aaed; it ahoald b« la tke pnaaeaaipa of every one. aad at weald ad viae all to ball M Maeara. R. R. DUVAL k RRO.aadara eare a bottle of thia tlaaelv care |vf« DUTTEK—Thirty k«s« superior Ooshs •a£wasfcui»co. w ..4 :A. i-i f v w ; i -A ; * * AUCTION way.Tig •' WWII! UM 1 1 rjotoWßig's aitc-win W Kltaben rURMITCRe. *>ld u aMMJf main fgrnmt Hfttm* warranto In nrr band* in fcvor of Clapton and other* ▼». (ndntknrr „ m |. _ A. LC WJIiUfH D. C. an !W—»t For JaM P. TVfav. g, C C R. BY ttUOPW It AFFkRioHL S A iu land in hekico, nine ??.jf ftKASSS* JUCHpKWP. PMDRR.DK iagtfsagaflftrafc&aSsi SBKTiSA^^JUnSSsK acre*, situated in tba aosmtyof Heufi?SSs?ul£ mile, .bora BtehMi£«|» rEtEE pike, adjoining tba landa of Tboe. O. Barton, E. Fat erwleg and other*. . Til**.-One-third ca*h; balaaea at S tad 12 mo*., for bond* bearing interact, with good ***aritj, and ti tle retained till laat payment U made. A. B. HDTCHIBON, _ , _ » . „ Sheriff of Henrico County. Sale conducted b; Goßom k AprEßaon, Austa. an 3 . BY THOMAS W. KEESEE, Office at Geo. J. Sumner**, No. SO Fear! etreet.J 'T'RUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND, HOB- X SES, COWS, CARRIAGE AND HARNESS «oua.KdoLD anu kitchen furniture; AT AUCTION.—In parauanoa of the provWons of a certain deed of tru*t. dated 13th day of November, rea<'rd?d la the clerk'a office of Hen rico COmty Court, for certain paraoee* therein raoi to 'be inbecriberby STe. Day and Ma- r J I will expoea for sale, at public aoetlon, ?J? T' Iw Ao * D,t ' ln *. commencing at 10 o croek in the morning, upon the premise*, tba folic wing property, to wit: That parcel of Land in of Henrico, containing abaat M acre*, more or lew and known by tbe nameof "Hopewell,' adioining the land* of Jame* Malone, W. Greea, Ja cob 8. Atlee, and Henry M. Rica. Al*o. the following Perconal Property, to wit: 3 Horte*. 7 Cow*, 1 Carriage and Harneaa, and ail tba (lon*ehold and Kitchen Furniture, now In the nn* *e**ion and occupation of *aidM. F Day. Term* made knows at *al#. si , EDWARD D. EACHO, Traatae. Sale conducted by Thomas W. Keisee, Auct. au 21—dtds 1 v O PttEViiMT AMD UUKE CHOL ERA AND ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS.— reraona travelling, and all others should h>vr a W. MINATI MINATIVE BALSAM by them. In case of redden aickneas, these medicines frequently cure in leM time than it requires to g*t a physician. To prevent Cholera, take a teaspoonful of Pain Curer tn a wine glass of water every morninr. when ever vou have pain internally or externally, use the Paia Curer In bottleaat 12*. 25 and SOcta. Dr. ROSE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM for Chol era, Cholera Morbus, Bowel Complaint* and Dysen tery. This mixture is one of the most important medi cine*. and should be kept in all famlliea. As a sooth ing preparation, it has no equal. In eases of infants with bowel complaint, cholera morbuCrestleaaneas crying or generaljpain, it has been proved* perfect bilm. As a specific for bowel complaints of adults, it has sever tailed. During the cholera of 1832, 1834 and it failed in no instance when naed before death had positively struck the patient. I have bed fiom more than one thousand persons who usA it during those memorable periods, testifying to its wonderful cnrative powers. 25 cents a bottle. J. S. ROSE, M. D. Dr. J. S. ROSE'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP giyea immediate relief, and frequently cures in one week. Piice 50c. Dr. J. S. ROSE'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.—This is one of the best remedies ever used for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, and all Gouty Affections. Price Me Dr J. 8. ROSE'S GOLDEN PILLS, for falling of the Womb, Female Weakness, Debility and Relaxa tion. This diaeaae, heretofore treated by bandages, trusses and external aupperta, which can only prove palliatives, yields completely to the use of these tonic strengthening Golden Pille. Price 50c. Dr. J S. ROSE'S ANTI-BILIOUS OR RAIL ROAD PILLS —These Pilla are not warranted to cure every ma>ady or disease incident to man, bnt they are a grand remedy for a Bilious state of the Srstem and common fevers. They are adapted to the outham sections of the United States particularly, being often a preventive of Bilious attacks, and when used with Dr. Rose's TONIC MIXTURE, will cure the most stubborn case of Bilious Fever or Fe ver and Agie. Price 12$ and 25c. All whose constitutions are impaired by disease, or weak by nature, should read Dr. J. S. Rose's Medi cal Adviser; (which contains a description of the dis eases of our climate and the mode of treatment.) It can be bad without charge. All of Dr. J. S. ROSE'S valuable Family Medicines to be hsd of Purcell, Ladd t Co. Bennett k Beers, Adie II Gray, O. A. Strecker, A. Duval, A. Bodeker, J. B. Wood, Wm. P. Ladd, S. M. Zaehrfsson, A. Les lie, R. R. Duval U Bro., Grubba k. Apperaon, In thia city, and of dealera generally in every city and town throughout the United States. jy 21—FMkWfccis— ts subscribers having removed to their X large Warehouse, in rear of the (tore, No. 94 Main street, recently vacated by them, offer their usual stock, consisting in part of— Swede* 1 American hammered > IRON English and Ame> ican rolled ) Euglish and American bliaterea Steel German, cast and shear do Broad Plough Iron F<al, round and square Iron, all sizes Oval, half-oval, and half-round Iron McCormick'* and Palmer Mould Boards American, Russia and English sheet Iron Band and hoop Iron Nail rods of American and Swedes Iron Horse shoe Iron Horse Shoes, assorted sizes Tin Plate, pig and bar Tin Sheet Zinc. Spelter and Spelter solder Sheathing, Brazier's and bar Copper Pig, bar and sheet Lead Ground wagon and cart Boxes Sole and damaged Full assortment of Groceries JOHN N. GORDON k SON. au 28—d2w w4w | FALL HABDWABE. TX7E are now in receipt of a fresh stock Tf of Geods, consisting of Pocket and Table CUTLE&Y, of various patters* GUNS and PISTOLS—a handsome assortment BUILDING MATERIALS—nch as Lock*, Hin ge a, Screw*, Nail*, Ac.—a large a** rtment TOOLS of all description*, for Carpenters', Black smiths', Machinists, and Farmers' use. Toaether with a general assortment of Foreign and Domestic HARDWARE, suitable to the wants of the city and country trade. Also, a large and Ireah stock of Saddlery Hard ware, consisting of Bits, Stirrup*, Buckle*, lie. fcc : Couch Materials, Spring*and Ax a*, Patent Leather, Hog Skin*, Serge, Welting, Whip*. Ac Our purchase* have been made direct from the manufacturer* in Europe and America, upon favora ble terms. Having bad the experleeee of W or 9# year* of the wsntaof thecountTy trade, we flatter ouraelves up on keeping the best aaaortmeat of Hardware, suit* ble to the demand* of Virginia, Ten®esaeeaad North Carolina merchants, to be found in any one house in thft United States. We moat respectfully invite an examination of eur *tcck and pnces by merchant* and others visiting thl* market—feeling the awaraoee that we can satis fy aven the lar,«at d- Importers of Hardware, No 22 Pearl at an « 8. fc R. WUFEKiOb LIQUOHS. —We have jiut Ij received per steamebip Roaisoke a superior lot of Dark and pale London Dock Brand!e*. Monongalia and liiah Whiskey*. Jamaica and St. Croix Ram. The above Liquor* am warranted to be genuine.— Hotel keepers woaid do well toexamioe them, is we will sell them low. they ere direct from firat bands to try thla market, mid we dont lntanidtoaafcovertle inn-ica price*. LARUS h SHINE, au 28- -Ct 74 Main street. M. WEST, Koa. 5 mad 6 Ex- U change Place, hu J*at received iWjjgw- Horn. * c . with not** and ■>"»*••, "T .*• *?*"*"! Maelertaie, O 6. h* »dho» of HbeU'a "WtHtrhM of tha Irteb bar 5 voir *5. Hurper tnr September?"*!. Oodey for B«®tembars »c. Or*ban for September;»«. Patrnm for September; Tit. Knickerbocker for September: »p. Hob* held Word*;2sc. YaahoeJWottoawlfc. For m!« by wf 080. M. WWt. BEEF TONGUEB, Smoked Beef, Ho 1 Mackerel. No I Shad, No I Scotch Herriap new Cheeae and Inew mn-wiW Haaaa, recaiv*. -HuSi,.. K.HO, aa 29 6 and X Fraahlta aad W Bread at. GHIBT8! 8HIHTB! BHlßTß!—Juat O received a apleaAd lot of • M Bieee SMrta. Aim a beaatifal lot of fine Krancb and EagUab faacy Cea —* IPKRCE. ea» N-v m Maiaatraet, eoraer of Governor. r«ANE6! CANES!—latend!ntodisoaa- V tinaekeepingCaaee, 1 wttaetlof «beaacekoa a— bafo. opposite City aaO ■■■' CJARPER JCI jamms 5£5 5 u " ttf * s «.«».. I *M'J ' .-ji. Airctwm mAiMsm *-• - "»* - n* ll -""? 1 ;*agBSWl >* " MdW#*frhtjlklk;.<i "4> i 5 rpvro NEW FkaMED TENEMENTS ■ton broad irniKmt soceawaits - RPBINO. ran SSm *T AtfvTTOM.—W»B W so?d on WEDNESDAY AfiMMi. XJqs &g«£«»§£ - *id« of Hrosd street, BMf Roch«airaM Sytio*, Ml* Jcini.i* tba rosMpnc# if Mr. Matfcise AUnwyar. Tf.imi-On AM o»«h; halaaeo at 4 MilawtK for negotiable notes, lateral added, aad titio ratal*' - ed ti l Last note W»«id »«y OQPjMft fc APPgBBOH.AaWs. BT THOMAS W. KECSZK. OOco at Go*. J. No. M, rial atraet. TRUSTEE'S SALE 3F STOCK OF *U*E A* AUCTION.— By virtao *xec*ted to me as trestee end duly rworM •» U» % Sffi. V# w. <t "Aim. T~i~. : affiasi; test s?2£r II 8. L. I* BLUEH.-— Attend i nM6iitti S«Ks^AT«Ayris^™!„»Hr ** PnDetnsiatteadmnce is rtqairrd, m basiesss — "SXZ.VS tSr&SS; c^"'- ■««-» I.E. CAEY, 0. g. FOB PHILADELPHIA •■■■Sfc The A He. 1 itrtmiMß CITY OF EiCH*OND,Caat.Z Mitchell, 1. eow ready to». *« frel«h* or passage spply to . an2*-Ss a. JB. TUTTLE, Agent. MFOB BENT, CHEAP—Afiretrate stand for a Urge wholesale or retail (tore op goaite Exchange Bank, tad next door te Mnn *«h»« k Jtenf. new bailding. coae dered Hie how location la the elty. Possession can bo had ia a fewdvr« CHAB A. OWATKIN. in 2»—6tif Opposite Exchange Bk. DAVID CUHRY, Boot ASD SHOE MAMvricTutEK, M»in street, take* this method of in torn. in. his customers and the anblle that he baa jest returned from the If nth with a large lot ef exeet lent FRENCH CALFSKIN, together with a froth supply of BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, Traaka, Va, Trees and Carpst Bags. saltable for ladiceV miseoe'. gentlemen's and servants' wear, to which ho invitee attention. Having employed Mr. James Bolton to attend to hia sales and manufacturing depei tm*a*», en ii > M» r J "S'2 ]«X.«r>a lotting suited at all times, fcit!.. ».i "ffl respect fWry announces to hts friends and the pnbHe tbat be hat firmed a business S-!i n lfii 0 £ Wlt « Mr i DsvUl CaTT 7' 128 Main street, fUt £! »J h " re ? Rer devote his whole time and atten uon to the sales and ui an u factoring departmeut of Mr. Cnrry's establishment. 5 pmnmm «n The raperior style of goods sold by Mr. Currr for - many vearepast in this elty, warrants him in se>iw that nia old friends and the public can at all timet street" ,erTei by < aIUa K at tba store No. 1% Main J. B. take* occasion to say to his old friends sad former customers, that be will soperintead all orders for Boots and Shoes left at Mr. Carry's store. an 23—]2t FOR SALE—A very fine Bay rL,'\ MARE; works well in harries#, sod rides very welt ED. D. EACHO. ao %» General Agent end Collector ABK.—Empty Barrels, Casks, A « Furniture, Stoves, fee., for tale. The subecri* ber having erected a large lumber bouse in t(ar of hi* (tore, in the lower part of Rocketta, on tha Cor &oratiea l'»a. and m alao sear tha Central R. R. epot, will be prepared on the let day of October next, to soil for cash at either place all kinds of empty barrels and casks, second hand furnitnra of everj de scription, stove, stovepipes, ke., delivered to any part of the city. Cash paid for empty barrels, hoasheads. kc. HENRY L. DESTLER. an 14—tOl* "PROPOSALS will be received at the A store of Messrs. Saunders A Brother, Broad St., until Ist Bept., proximo, for the grubbing snd clear ing, per acre, and fir tha grading and masonry, per cubic yard, of so mueh of the Richmond and Char lotteaville Turnpike aa lies between the head of the Brook Turnpike and South Anns River—a distance of 12 miles. The bids may be mad* by auctions or for tbs entire line—the Company reserving the privilege of ac cepting any one, or of rejecting nil. Profile and specifications to be seen at the store. JOHN B. CRENSHAW, an 17—dl2t clt Pros't R. A C. T. Co. ty Bulletin will copy. VTOTICE.—The subecribera have rernov ad their Foundry to H. Baldwin'! MmUb* Shop, near HaxaJl'a fitltla. We ratom our (incere thaaka for the liberal pat ronage beato wed npon a* heretofore, aad hope for a continuance ef the asme treat oar old cuetomer* end a feneroua pablie. We are prepared to make all hind* of CASTING aa lew aa any eatebUahmeot in the city, and with dia pitch. We hare for aele, e amall STEAM ENGINE, which we will eell low, hiring bo farther aae for it. an 21—lm* EDDENB 1 BRANNAN. VTOTICE.—City and country dealera, and Al lover* of good BEOARS. At the old eatabliah ed atand, corner of Main and 10th eta, caa be found the largeat and moat deairable aelectioa of Sagar* la the city. Also, Otto of Roa», Qolden, Pomegranate, Pride of Virginia, Km* Candy, other dia tinguiahed brendaof CMEWINGTWACCO; Snuff.. Pipea, fine eat chawing aad Smoking Tobacco, and all other articlea la the Baa, to which i lavite pablie attendee. J. A. HARRINGTON. 30,000 bored Pipe Steaaa on conaignment, for aale low by aa 34 JL A. H CMITH'B DYSPEPSIA CORDIAL, for O the care of Dyepepeia, Flatulence, Nervosa De bility, Torpid Liver, and all dlaeeaeaariaing from De rangement of the Digeative Or*ana. CBBTIFICATB*. New YotK, April 20, 1852. I hereby certify that I have a<ed Dr. William H. Smith'* iiyapepaia Coidial, aad have obtained the moat beneficial reaalta. 1 cor alder it the only tore core for Oyapeptia. and weald recommend eay per ron afflicted with that dlaeaae to aee it. L. I. Lmt. FmuDurHii, May 3. I won'd adviae all who are afflicted with Djaaepeia to aae Dr. Smith'e Dyepepeia Cordial. 1 waa afflicted with that di<eaae three yeere, dating which ttaa I trird evervthlng that could be recommended, and without relief. One bottle ef the Dyepepeia Cordial effected a perfect care of aae, an* 1 am now aa healthy aa 1 have ever been. I have witneeaed the aame effect on othei*. I conaider thla a certain cure for D apepaia. Hjwt Duhlap, Coaehmaher, 78 Crown at, Philadelphia, March l»th, 18i3, Dr. Smith—Dear Sir: Tow Djapepaia Corcial had t)> a moat wonderful and ioatantanetna effect ee Me. Haviag .offered wi'h Dyepepeia for aome tlmak. I wee induced to give it a trial. I felt xel af from the time 1 took It Two bottlea effected a complete care. 1 have given it to aeveM of mj friend*, and Invaria bly with the aaao reaalt. Your* truly, Wa^T^ For aale by > aLEX^DOVAI,. aa a~3» AfMUafo'R'cUmond.Ya. POPULAR CABPETS—fcew and cpta- L did Velvet and Tapeetrie Eagllah Carpet* «*- P "ctltfo WAT A IN, t e Exchange* Baak. iavitaa the atteatioa of purchaaera to lUeeew utd magnificent atock of Engliah Carpata, opening tbl* moraiog. They ate eomethiog tialy handyn, pa. feet pictaree la atyfea and dealgae, cotnMaing ele gaaee, durability aud cheapen** ewelHeghy fer aay thing of the kind heretofore offered le thla market. Aleo, about U« piece* American Carpeta of ratios l«, •uo l He"?h ,i ß"ss all ef which wa offer to the pablie at greatly raaaeaj foe aaW—€ttf Qp»ftait« Eachangic Bank. T UMBER! LUMHER! —The mfimcA XJ ben have on head the following ttadeef LUM BER. which tiny offer to then eactoinen e*d Che trade et fair p< lee* and <m waioaable tenae, #*t 190,000 ft. dear Canada White Ptee, leag teagtha, aad all e*sae. ISO,COO ft. aeaaoMd | aad 1 iaah Battoai Weed, cap*- rtor atial i ty 100.000 ft. eeaeoned I, leud2toeh WWto Weef 100,000 ft. ae teoned I, if H aad * teehJtm» Plea*. 1' o,oo# ft. aeaaonad it .and finch Oak Tobaeou Box *1 W> ft. ae*aoned M tre»*edFloeriM. ss i rna k •"*- Aad the largeet iwiW i al of Mtkemj t» the ytf jU^REOT^PER-J^W.