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INTELLIGENCE FROM CANTON-ONE THOU. SAND LIVES LOST. Niw Yo»k. Sept ?>.—Tho Herald'* special pni • r <nipnn<*PQt at Sun Franri«v> *-yg that the clipper Meimaid arrised on the morning of th« IRrh lil 35 days from Hong Kong, hut bring* oo pipers, hav ing com* under aealed order* ; but «he bring* information that all th«* foreign merchant* bad been compelled to lfaT» Canton, and hat! gone on board the men of war; alan, that two ship* bound to California had been I oat ia the China seas with 1000 litres. A French officer of high rank came passenger from R tnbay. anl immediately look jmsssgf in » »'earner for New York, suppo* d to be on important bu> new THE VERMONT ELECTION. Koctqr. Sept. M.—Senator nay* that the Ad ministration ha» not carried a tingle county or h Senator in Vermont—that they will not hare rnorr than thirty members ou< of two hundred and thirty. RESIGNATION OF ELISHA WHITTLESEY. rHrt.AD*LPHT*, Sept P.—ft is asserted here that the venerable Ktisha Whittlesey, First Comptroller of the Treasury at Washington, has tendered his resignation. He takes to heart the removal of a lav >rate elerfe. and complaint of interference with his duties by the Secretary of the Treasury. RESIGNATION OF THE CANADIAN MINIS TRY. UUKBKC, Sept. B.—The House has been engaged until this morning oi. ihe breach of privilege case Notice was given of a motion, today, to declare B vol's election null and void. Three divisions o! the question resulted against the ministry and scry resigned Allan McNab, the Conservative leader, has been sent lorto lo'm a new ministry. TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA. NkwYoiik, Sept. 9—The California Lines have advanced tbr-ir rat' - * of passage to one hundred dollars, r.nd agreed to run alternate weeks giving weekly boats. LATER FROM CUBA. New York. Sept. 9.—Port in Cuba, is to be closed on the Ist of September. There is great excitement there on account of the slave trade. DEATH Oi A RAILROAD SUPERINTENDENT Elizabeth-town, N J Sept. 9.— Capt. Pegram Superintendent of the New J»rsey Central Railroad died this morning of consumption. Deserved with distinction In the Florida war. Fibs in New York.—The hardware store <| T iomas Douglass, No. 5 Piatt street, New York, caigbt tire on Friday morning. The stock was val. u ;d at from 8>K),000 to $90 000, and was insured to t e amount of $A 5,000. The fire did little damagf ; tho loss was almost entirely by water. A Family Burned to Death I—On Tuesday nijjhtlast, tbe house ol Mr. Baldwin, at Moriah, Ernex county, New York, was burned down, and himself, wife and four' children were burned to death. Wheat and Flour in California.—The San Francisco correspondent ol tbe Journal of Com merce writes as follows, under date of Aug. Hi. N■ w wheat is now S'-lliog at 2 J-2 to 3 cents per pound for perfect samples; though a very large amount of the crop has been injured by smut, ami it U not improbable that considerable shipments o! inferior wheat will be sent to New York this Fall, as our infant mills lack proper smut machines, and we Ci»n well afford to ship off a hundred thousand bushels of smutty wheat, and fake in its place twenty thousand barrels of Gallego and liaxall Hour. Domestic flour of good quality, in 50 pound sacks, (rotn new wheat, is now selling at the rate of per bbl.—as to quality. Chili flour §<> to ?7, old but sound, while Gallego and liaxall are held by a far parties, and bakers are so far prejudiced in their favor, as to be willine this day to pay $llasl2 per barrel for these choice brands of Richmond flour. We should not be at all surprised to see Richmond flour ad vance to Simper barrel this fall, while domestic may only advance to §10 per bbl. New York, Sept. B.—The Kvenlng Post reite rates its statements relative to the movements and intentions of Gen. Alvarez and his friends against the present government of Mexico. It states that 83,000 000 have been furnished by parties in California, and names the following ves sels as having been purchased here: The steamer Benjamin Franklin, formerly running from New York to New Orleans, the bark Augusta, Sec. The steamer Franklin has been filtered and pierced for ten guns. The barque has already re ceived her armament, and lays off the battery The Franklin has eighty men, and her coal and powder on board. The crews are Americans, bound for one year, and ihe engineers two years. The steamer Santa Anna Is nearly ready to sail for VeraCruz. and is valued at $200,000. Several Americau gentlemen of high standing are known to be Interested in Alvarez's attempt to revolution ize Mexico. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER —THREE HUNDRED PERSONS DECAPITATED! The New York Express copies from the Friend of China, of July 1, the following priticu!ars relative to the insurrection around Canton. There is no men tion here of the ruinor, given in our summary of Cal ifornia news, that Canton had surrendered to the In surgents. The disturbed districts are between tha Bogne Forts, at the mouth of the Canton River, and the city. The large town of Toon-koon is in possession of the rebels, and there were minors teat Canton wou'd he invested, athcugh Ihe foreign residents ei prassed a good deal of confidence in their position. The GoTsrnor-GeDuial had decapitated 300 persons within the previous fortnight, with a vlow to terrify the insurgents. The barks Hygeia snd Topaz were wrecked on the Prata Shoals, ard 400 passengers still remained there. The Friend of China severely censures (he commu nity of Hong Kong for the tarainess with which they furnished relief to the distressed vessels. We notice that the U. S. brig Porpcise hed left fer the Gr&tas. no doubt for the purpose cf afforcing as sistance. There was no later news from Japan EXECUTION OF A MURDERER. Cincinnatl, Sept. 8 ■ —Francis Dick was executed at Dayton to-day, fji thft murdarofhis mother-in law and brother in-law. He L&j previous'}* crnfetsed hit guilt SALE OF EDDY, THE GREAT TROTTER — KATE SAXTON. New York, Sept. 9 -Grey Eddv, the celebrated trotter whj won the purse of $3100 on the Union Course, Long island, on Thtmd»y. has been sold to M** Griffi'.h of Philadelphia, tor $5500. M as Kate Sailon, the actress, who had a aeriotn a tack of the cholera, is recovering and out of danger. SAILING OF THE WASHINGTON. New York Sept. 9.—The ateamer Wathington Bailed te-day for Bremen and Southampton, taking ua: 60 passengers and about $480,100 in apecie Quebec Sept.7, 1854.—Parliament opened to-day, and Mr Sicotti was elt ct> d Speaker by a vote ol 75 atnicst forty. The vote for Mr. Carter for Speaker v. -.« 59 ► gainst 62. Quebec, Sept. B.—The ministry having bsen de feats on the Speakership, Mr Hinek* resigned to* dty. and hit resignation w*s accepted. There hss been do definite progress in the formation of* new ministry. Nr.w York, Sept. B.—Castle Garden If crowded to ovrifl >w thi« evening, to witness the performance of Orisi and Maiio, and t» see the famoui Mm. Coutt*. who occupies a prominent seat every night. Thtre is no doubt that th« 11 there fur the pu po"C of be:p --i g to swell the audience. Louisville, 7—The Hon Epliralm H. Fos ter died at Niuhvitle last night. He was formerly U. 8 Senator, ftotn Tenue»*ee Yellow fever it reportel at Lake Providence, La. ItfD'ANAPoLia, Sept. B.—The Democratic State Convention assembled at Indianapolis to day. It wa» a-idres*ed by the Hon. M'.mn Douglass PueandJoe Lane. lhe;r speecht* were well received. Ex-Governor Davis, of Oregon, who resisted his »4ice in oonieqaencs of *ickne*i in hi« family, be» »/-rived In Washington. THK MARKETS. Nev: Yo*k, Sept 9—Hr-adslufTs improvio/t Sa'es .' JOObbls Kl-iur $9 4la 10 for Slate; Southern ¥-'9 Oiia It 12 per bbl. XVheat qiiet—Mleiy 00 bushels Bont.h<!rn red at fl t i wh te ®1 SHal 9U; Oeoessee, §1 17. Corn—sale* ' 40,000 bushel* mixed at 79i<0 cents; and choice yel '<s,. 9Jeo»ts Bye US. Oat*s<i*s2 e«nt* VinCoflee lOalflJj C'jtton dull at 1 decline. * hiskey firmer and aales of bbl* at 41a42 conti. Ixi.TiMoaK, Sept. 9.—Floar--The market la very q«»t. Bu,xU toie, „? Howard f t. at f'J. City Millt he d at *8 25i8 37. «« *. L m" ' Ch *°«« to - d «T of 500 hblf Howard ft. " »aieaof choice brands City MUlf nf*}*£rZ b .' I? < "V! °! WhMt are fair. About ?f.!l 7 5 tl , * chale« for £juilj flour ] fWc loixzwzuiiz 11 ' 114 " bi 7> *«'«& .&'^^si& ff ™\ wlth of ww * « V%i*hej firmer and onward Owing to nn advance in hey Yark. hhd* are limkoH at 41 aad bbl* at ucWIfW|«IIOI, rat «en cokvbmtiok. Syracuse, N. Y„ Sspt I—Tks Democrat* km *»»• the action of la'* Convention eoely. Some •%* thst if Proton Ring Abljah Mane and thalr Htndsit not take att oaf >r a separate organisation, a ticket mast hi made at the Aabarn Aati-Nehrask* Convention. The Branded hoists tha ticket, but *111 not own the Nebraska resolut.ons. Seymour la p-rsonaily popular here. Whig primary meetings were held in all wards yaa •etday, a.id are said to hava worn a Knew-Nolhiog aspect. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Indianapolis. Sept.B.—The Democrat ; c mass Con vention held It-day wss larga aad enthusiastic Ad dresses i»era made by H«o. S. A. Douglas, Hon. Geo. c*lv»d * Joseph Lane, and were well re- RICHMOND FEMALE IySTITUTE. 'pHE first «ession or this Institute will R commaace on MONDAY, Oit. 2d, 1854. in the editiie erected for the purpose, on 10th street, be lween Marshall and Clay. The work has already ad vanced sufficiently fa' to warrant tha assurance that •It the P""of the building designed for school pur peaes, will be ready before that ti ia. And, should : j % J ID , ® a i'hing tbe other pans of ihe boas'!, designed far boarders, suitable accommuda t-ons wil b? Pr ivided elsewhere, s > as to occasion no ne mventenceor extra expense to those who may iesire to beard in the Inn.tote. PItOMPT ATTENDANCE. 7< <> °f 'mpnrt'inrc to tt rry tchnlir to be prnenl the fir*' any rap;if vri.l be received at «ny period of ii« »e«ioB; but wh«u they enter late, there is an inconvenience to the teacher, art«iag from the de -augoment of classes and a still greater disadvan 'age to the scr.o.ar. from her want of acquiintanee with the poitions of Ik o'kh already gone over. 1 VSTRUCTORB. In the outlet of an In«ttute of this cbarac'er, ler .ng to public confiderce, without having hsd opportunity to earn a »epuratioD, it seems proper that t,e Trus a's should give distinct inf jrmatioa regard ing the teachers, into whr.se charge parents ar-s in vitedto commit their daughter!. Rev 15 \S!L MANLY, J* , President of the Insti tute, is extensively knjwn is the Pastor for four vears pa«t. of the Fir t Baptist Church iu this city.— He! is a Mester ol Aiti of the Univ of Alabama; a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, and has had much familiarity with the operations of the higher insiitut'ons of learning i Q our country His undivided energies wi'i be given to the Institute, and his attention will be directed not merely to ths class-a which h» may h m«e!f instruct, but also to the progress of every scholar, in every department cf instruction from the highest 'o the lovreU. Mr. R. F. Latham of Culpeper county, a Master of Aris of the University of Virginia, resigned the ehiirof Mathematics 4tc., in the Colambi n Ccllege, 'o accept the Professorship of Ancient Languages and Physical Sciences in th's Institute. He brings to his new position the experience of several years of previout occupation &a ttaeher, and the warm recom ujsndaticn of those with who*D Ue has been a',soci atcd. The anipie and beautiful set of apparatus, wh'.:h bas been procured, will lend him unusual fa cilities for instruoiion. It is not surpassed, we pre sume, for prsetical turpjs's ef illustration by the »pp?ra'ns of any college in tha State. M-s. Emma Holcomke, of thecelebra'ed Institute of Mr. Bacon, at La Orange, Ga , and previously en gaged as a teacher for a number of years in liocisi ana, will take cbarge. of the higher English branches. Miss Elizabeth Y r . ,V«lson of Norfolk, Va , was engaged lor some time as assistant of jliss Robinsor, in ner well known school in that city. Her atten tion will also be devo:ed to the English branches. M ss Jane C. Stanard has established a reputa tion in this city by the school for young ladies, un der her own management, whKh needs no com ment She w'li give instruction iu Knglish studies. Mademoistlle flfi.NA Chollet, a niece of f'rof. Arnold Guyot of Harvard College, has enjoyed nuch a position, both in French and American circles, as to give her unusual advanUges. Sh« will instruct in French aid German; and, as she wi 1 reside in the lnstuu;e, every opportunity for acquiring an accu rate pronunciation and resdy use of the French lan guage will be afforded to the boarders. The system of instruction will be practical, designed to lead the pupils, even in the earl est stages of study, to use the language readily, and so, to learn French somesvbat ad a French child wou d leern it. M. JosfPH Mich At. r>, a well known instructor in Modern Languages, of this city, will gife lessons in Spanish and Itnlitn. Mr. John Dunderdai.e, Organist of St. Paul's and Mimical Instructor in Mr. Iloit'i sche. 1 for some y--ars has been selected to take charge of the Musi cal Department, aid his long residence here, and eminent success, preclude any necessity for remarks He will bo assised by his daughter, Miss Emily Dundehdale. She has just concluded a course of musical training under thf celebrated Madame Se guin, by whom she is highly commended as compe tent to reflect honor both upon herself and her teEcher. Mits Sallie Sully enjoys the d- served reputation of being an excellent performer and instructor on the Harp and will give lesions on that instrument Other musical teaclmra will be provided if neces sary; or if parents pr« f• r any other Professors of Mu sic. residing in tha city, their services can be ob tained Mrs. Emily Grucb, formerly of Richmond, and re cently of the Valley Uniun" Seminary, Botetouit Sprinjs, Va, will give instruction in Drawing, Paint ing, Ornamental Needle Work, 4tc. Her skill in the * branches, and her energy as a teacher, are am ply attested Mrs Georgianna Monroe, of Winchester, Va., has been selected as Matron. She has fi.led this im portant position with great success in other schools, such as Miss Englijh's, Georgetown, and Mr. Baker's at. Winchester. In tine, the purpose expressed In the outset of this enlerprise has been steadily kept in view—to have none but the very bes; teachers connected with the Institu'e: and no pains nor expense has been spared, that seemed necessary to attain this object. And, a« the design was to obtain the bent teachers that could be met with, from whatever quarter they might come, it is a gr t.fying fact that so many of these are from the South DEPARTMEN) 8 OF INSTRUCTION. The course of Btudy is extensive and liberal. It is de signed to afford to young ladies opportunities for mer - tal training correspot mug to those which young men e j .y in cur best colleges; only such modificati ns being introduced as the different, though not less re sponsible sphere which a well educated woman must occupy, se »ms to demand fn the Preparatory Department, the usual English studies will be pursued It is proposed that the more aavanced clasiei of this Depattment may take th* initiatory steps in learning French. This will give them a great advantage when they coma to the mere scientific study of the language. In the Collegiate Department, which contemplates a four years' course, the higher English branches Will be prosecuted, together with the Sconces und Ancient or Modern languages. To those who have succ-ssfully completed this course—including at leas, one other language. Ancient or Modern, besides Eng lish—a Diploma w.li be given, at the Annual Com mencement. I n the Ornamental Department, Vocal Muaic will be taught to ills whole kchool, as a part of the regular c urse, and without any extra charge. It ia relied upon as a yaluable coadjutor in promoting cheerful ■ ues«, good order and health Instruction will be given ou the Organ, Harp, Pia no ar.d Guitar; in Solo and Quartette Singing; and in Drawing, Pai-.t n?, Ornamental Needlework, &c. BOARDKhS IN THE INSTITUTE. The young Sadies who board in the Institute will be regorled a* members of the Tamil? of the Presi dent, and will be exp -cted to conform to such re strictions aud rules as seem required by this princip'e. It is deemed unnecessary, therefore, to prescribe any detailed ccde of regulations in regard to the conduct of the boarders. They will be simply required to act ai young ladiet. 1 hose who make the earliest application hare choice of rooms Though they are all tuniished alike, there may (till be tome preference between them. Young ladles (or their parents for them) are deaired to Chi o»e their room-matea, but where no selection ia made, the President will assign them. TERMS PER SESSION OF NINE MONTHS. (Half payable Oct. I, 1854; the remainder March 1, 1855.) PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. English Studiea $50 p<, Fronch 10 CO collegiate department. English and Scientific Studies ... $50 00 Ancient and Modern Languages, each 20 00 ~ , ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT, Mafic— Piano, with uae of Instrument $70 00 Orjanorllarp 80 00 Guitar 60 00 Drawing, Painting, Embroidery, fcc.....520 to 50 00 , , boarding department. Board, (fuel, light., &c., included) $300 00 W "£ l "« 20 00 IV No extra chrtrges. Pupil, provide Book, and Stationery at their own expense. In ca.es of pro tr?cted «icitnpi»B a deduction will b"9 made for ab tenr.a. f¥~ I'atipelet.contniniiißlhe Plan of tlie Institute may be obtained at the Bookstores of Messrs Horrolfl fc. Murray, Jamer Woodhouse, Chns. Wortbtm, Geo. M. West, J. \V. Randolph, A. Morris, \V. A. Buttei. aud Knowles it Walfoid. tV'Applications for admission, or innairin. in regard to other psrtiru'ars, may be a**dr"Med to Rev. Bash. Manly, jr , President of the Institute, Rich mond, Ya. j. b. JETER, «* 11—dtl-loc President of the Trustee.. I EXPJSCI ED—A lot of very su nerior Wnite Corn Meal, which will be sold in »»»T.I [s>lll BUOWN fc SHOOK. \f ACKEKEL—in hall and quarter bblu *«id whtle and half kit». No*. 1 and 2, ju«t re ceived, and for a*lt» by *' $ WILLIAMS h. BROTHER. tfIKE, UFJS AMD MAKIKE JJSBU l RANCE.—The Richmond Fire Association »-# aow prepared to i*sue policies of Insuranoo on th. above description of risk, on as reasonable terms as a jdniilarcomrsnj, and respectfully ask a share ot t'ie patrnn«ge of the publie. Applications will be re • -ived at the oßlce, No. 223, corner of Main and 9tb s.reets, whore the offleers will cheerfully fnrni.h .11 Information that maybe required. All leases prompt. I ? and liberally adjusted. JAMES BOSHER, Preside.t. Join H. Bosher, Secretary. mh 17 DALE'S HOIST/NO~MA(!i^EBr MJ We are .genu for the sale of Mr. Jr« Htle's HOIBTING MACHINES, and will furnish toe.u at manufacturer's prlees, with or without the frame Samples may b.faen at our store, on the Dook LEE 4 CO. ■ HOUfE WANTED.—Wanted to rent, ft availing How, at fasteither am Manfcall, Clay or Leigh streets, between Ist ard 6 b Hrnd, or opoa the »rrerts intersecting. b-low 2t.— Rent not to aimed 9250. Any one having a bona* to rent in the locality mentioned, will hear of a good tenant by sddressiag "Bos 665," Richmond P- O. ae 11—Iw _____ wanted-to house PAINTERH. If \Vant< d imrned'ately, a oinb't of JOUR NEYMEN PAINTERS. To good workmen, »*••- dy job can be riven and the highest wages paid.— *nply either by letter or p« ao>-al, to McCONNOrhIE. WILSON k CO . ae 11—3t* 2d and Bacll ata. P-t-rsbure. WANTED—To hire or purchase, t»> live f ▼ in the city, & firat rate CARRIAGE DRIVER; one that alao understands working in a Vegetable Garden i* preferted. App'y at thia c. rtioe. «- ll—ta \\T ANTED —By a middle-aged man who tt writes a fair hand and a general knowledge ot iccounts, a situation in a commi»sion or suctlnn atore. or any similar employment Ha would endeavor to make h'tnaelf useful to h ! a employer*, aa employment being hit aole object Address O. N., at this office. ae 9—ta WANTED —Immediately, several stea- T T dv handa to mska packing boxes. Arpjy to EDWARD E. DC "LEY. ae 9 19th at. between Main and Franklin. \ATANTED —A n active white or colored v f Man to act as porter. Applv to BROOKS, BELL It CO , ae 9—ta 17 Pearl afreet. \\T ANTED—Board for a Gentleman and I v lady iu a private family, within ten minutes' walk cf the Petersburg Railroad Depot. For par ticulars addrers "A. B. C through Poat Office. ae 9—3t \J\TANTED —A Young Lady of industri v v <>ui habits and of s"od character, to take charge of a Mantua Making Establishment, at Lex ington, Va. She wilt be required to cut out. fit and make dresses comolete, and conduct the business in all its branches. Liberal wages will be given. Im mediate application is requested. Address the undersigned at Lexiniton, Va. se 8 -3t* MARTHA J. STANTON. WANTED— A COOK and FARM LA BORERS—I wish tc hire for the rest of the year, a COOK and one or two FARM LABORERS. Apo!v pt ciy residerce, on 8 h, North of Leigh et.; my wffi.-.eon II b. between Main tnd Bank streeta, or at toe R. i P. R. R. office. ,e7-it P. V DANIEL. -Ta WANTE D—We wi.-h to purcnawe WHEAT, for which the highest market price will he paid. Apply to RANKIN k BARKER, i- fl 7 Corner 20th and Water at*. WANTED to hire, for the balance of the y«»r, two or three negro Men to go about ten miles in the country. Applv to sefi DUKE k HUTCHESON. WANTED, immediately, a first rate WHEELWRIGHT, for whom liberal wages will be given. need apply without bringing tbe m. st satisfactory recommendation'. ALSO, wanted two or three good WAGON DRI VERS. ELLIS k PEERS. se 4—l2t* YXTANTED —For a small family for the T T remainder of the year, a tirst-rate Washer and Ironer, without incumbrance, to act a'so as a lady's Chambermaid. Apply at this office. sa I—ls I^7"ANTED— A GIRL, to do housework t» and lake care of children. None, without good recommendations, need appiy. Enquire at this office. »« I—'"> WANTED— Two good TINNERS ac customed to do house work To such as will suit, constant employment and the best wages wiil be given. G. fit A. BAROAM IN, Jr, an l«—ts Cor, of Main and 10th at». XS. OF T. —The members of the Shookce Hill Division, No. 54, a-e ear nestly requested to attend a regular meet iig of their Division, on MONDAY Eve ning, Sept. llch, at 8 o'clock P M . as business of deep interest to every member will come up for consideration. It Is therefore desirable that every member should be present. By order of the W. P. se 9—2 c* THOS. M. MONTAGUE, R. S. ESTRAY MARE.—On Wednes day night last, my Brown Mare threw a gen tleman who wasriding her, near the Western ex tremity of Broad street, and made Iter escape, since which time I have not heard of her. She had on a quilted saddle, with the name of Samuel S. Cottrell on it, and a bridle. 1 will give a liberal reward for her delivery to me, on 18th street, between Frank lin and Orace streets. . se 9—3 i* R. F. BROADDUS. J MILES' BOOTS.—Just received. another lot of those beautiful Krench Calf 11-ess Boots—the cheapest and best to be found in this city for the same amount of mo ney. Price only $s—to be found at No *13 Main at., at WM. WALSH'S, se 9 Sien of tlie Big Boot. FOR SALE .—A good saddle Horse. He i« sold for no fault, the owner having no further use for hira Apply to N. C. LIPSCOMBE, ae9—3t* 2d st, between Broad and Grace. FOR SALE PRIVATELY—The three wuoden tenements (singly or collectively) on the comer of Broad and 25;h streets. Church Hill, to be removed by the Ist day of October next. Apply to ELLYSON YERBY. se s—6t CLOTHING! CLOTHIINCi! ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FALL TRAUE OF 1 8 54. J. D. GOODMAN HAVING just returned from New York, is now in receipt: of a large stock of FALL and WINTER READY-MADE CLOTHING, embracing all of the latest styles, of every variety and quality. I have now op«n a large and rich assortment of FURNISHING GOODS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, CRAVATS, &.c. &c Merchants of Virginia. North Ca'olina, and Ten nessee, are solicited to call and examine my stock, which will be complete by the 10th of this month.— Mv facilities for nianu'aeturios cannot be surpassed; therefore I am enabled to sell at a figure the com petition of no market can subtract from. J. D. GOODMAN, No. 134 Main St., opposi e Eagl-? Square. N. B. Wholesale cash bills 5 percent, oft, se 5 J. D. G. SAW MILL FOR RENT.—We wieh to rent, the Saw Mill lately occupied by Jno. Wil liams, near the foot of Virginia street and contiguous to the James River end Kanawha Co.'s Canal, and Richmond and Danville Depot. It wou d be valua ble for a Planing Mill. Apply to •sB-3ta«o» HAXALL It CO. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. RBECOU & CO. intending to quit • the Clothing Business in Richmond, will now jell Bt cost their ample and beantiful stock of REA DY-MADE CLOTHING, consisting in part of fine Dreai and Frock Coats, of various colon and styles. Also, Pants and Vests in great variety We wish to call the attention of merchants and others who are desirous of buying first-mte Clothing at a great sacrifice, to remember that the Franklin Clothing Store, No. 93 Main stre-t. is the place. tt. DECOU k CO., se o—?m No. 98 Main st. r MEMBERS of the Virginia State JL Agricultural Society for the city of Richmond, will please call and pay their annual subscription of one dollar ro Mr. ED. D. EACHO, at hi* office. Mr. Eacho is also authorized to receive the contributions of new members. FRANK G. RUFFIN, se B—ta Sec'y Va. State Agr. Society NOTICE. —All persons indebted to Mr. .?. B. BTEGAL, are hereby requested to make payment without delay, as suits will very soon be brought on all of the unsettled debts. >« "- r '- THE TRUSTEES. For HIRE—For Iho balance of the year, a smaii BOY j'lst from the country. Ap- P'r fn sej» WINSTON fc POWERS pAiN KILLER—Perry Davis' Pain • , Kl H er - ""d Ross's Pain Corer, the genuine articles, for sale hv 1,9 CfIAS. MILLSPAUGH, Druggist. undersigned would take six young Ladisa to board in hie family for the next ten month*. His residence Is conveniently situated, so that hla bcarders can attend elrher of the many Schools in the city. Mrs. Cuot'CM wi'l superintend the honsabold af fair!, and eiidoavor to make her boarders feel at Home.? Terms the same a, In boarding schools. Bctardft'nd washing f22P each. . ~ RICHARD CROUCH, *+ 3—dhctlO C..rne- if Clay and 4th sts. PUMPS! PuMPS!! —Jufct received at my store on IStbat, between Main and Cary, a targe supply of Cistern Well, Garden En tine, arid orhsr for-f, lie»er, and Double-action PUMPS o» patterns with brass and iron cylinders, which I will sell on the most accommodating tenet. Per. ioih credits such articles should »ive me a call, mhdl—ts CHARLES H LANGLKY. I 41 BUILDING IN THE PLAS I & OP BELVIDERE, NEAR HOLLYWOOD CISMF "KAY, AT PRIVATE HALF. -For partien. ar* caL at the subscriber at the stone building on the ■in n, or at his residence. try SI R. B TYLER. BY Gu i>IN * APPEASO.*. cirnr-six acres of land to be mSPI'P ± T AUCTION. TOGETHER WITH a ®MM, CARTS, HOGS, ke.—Will be wild at public Auction, to rha hlgh-st bidder, on FRIDAY, September 15th, I*sl, 61 acres of Land, with a com fortable Dwelling, oot-bniea. tc , situated 12 miles from Richmond, on the Plank Ho a/1, heal of the old .i®fu i There are 2(1 acres of cleared Land, and i well timbered. Thera Is alao an «xe»l --1 oT . w * f « r on the premises. Also, at the same time, will be sold, 2 good work Horses, 1 Cart, % number of Hou. Straw, Farming Utensils. Ac. """-'oMhe Land, one-half cash; balance six I? "'ns credit, for approved paper, interest added — f'i' ft* Horeaa, B'nck. Farming Utensls, ke.. cash tor ail sums under #|0n ; OT er that amount 6 months, for aigotia',l. paper. aale to commence a'. II o'clock. a , JOHN JONES. Sals ( conducted by God dim k Arreasun, Aucts. se ll—eodSt* TENEMENT ON MAIN ST, I'OTS ON CARY STREET w!n K i? K lOAD1 OAD - FOR SALE AT AUCTION. W ill be sold on MONDAY, ibe 18th day of Septem ■ ,H ? , ■ "Ppn the premises commencing at 44 o';lk i very desirably located LOT, with a small tenement hereon, situa'ed on the south sile of Main treef, netween'st and Foushee streets, fronting 27J feet, running back of an irregular width 112 feet. After which wi'l be sold a vory handsome Building LOT. in the north side of Cary, between Fou»hee and Ad ami streets, fronting 27 feet, running back l. E 3 feet tu ■ r wh 'oh will be so)d a most valnable LUT. opposite tbe residence of Mr. Charles Phillips, f onting on the north side of the Plank Road 524 ft., running back 109 feet to an alley. The above real estate is located in a most iajprov borhood C ' * mo,t re, P ecl4 ' > !e neigh- Terms —One-third cash; balance at 6 and 9 mis., notcJ - tnt «rest added and title retain ed till last note is paid. " e9 GODDIN k APPEBSON. Aucts. AND LOTS IN REAR OF a Hi KOR BALE AT AUCTION vv ill be sold on WEDNESDAY Afternoon, the 13th September, 1854,' commercing at 5 o'clock, the Houses and Lots occupied by Gustavns Anderson and Betsey Hill respectively, fronting3So feet on a 40 ft street, running back about 50} feet to the Old Mili Canal. Terms-One-third ca«b; balance at 3 and 6 iros for negui ble notes, interest added and'title retained till l t»t cote is paid se 9 GODPIV fe APPERSON, Ancts. HOUSES ANU Lyi'S AT PORT MAYO FOR SALE AT AUCTION—WiII be som on THURSDAY Afterneon, 14rh September 1854, on the premises, commencing at 5 o'clock a House and Lot on Fuiton stroet, fronting 3d feet running hick 140 iter. The house is new and nearly completed. After which will be sold several vacant Lots in Fti'ton, fronting on Graham and other streets Terms—One-ihiro cash; balance at 3 and'fi mos for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retained till last note is paid. se I) OODDIN k APPERSON. Aucts. HOUSES AND LOIS IN MANCHES TER. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of September 1854, upon the premises, commencing at 41 o'clock two small framed Tenements in Manchester at the corner of Bainbridge and Warrington streets occu pied by good tenants, at fair rents. After which, will bs sold six very besctifnl Lots (part of ths square on which srands th<! Farmers' Ho tel.) each fronting 3 i feet on the west side of Deca tur street, running back 130 feet. Terms—One third cash: balance at G and 9 months, for n-gotiable notes, interest added, and title retail ed till last note is paid. ss 9 OODDIN k APPERSON. Auc's. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE A BRICK TENEMENT ON FRANKLIN ST NEAR EXCHANGE HOTEL.—By vir'ue of two deeds of trust, executed to the subscriber by George Oiphin and wife—the first dated 31st July. 1851 the other dated Ist April. 1852, both duly recorded in Richmond Hustings Court, I shall, at the request of the creditor, secured by the said deeds, proceed to sell at public Auction, on the premises.cn Monday afternoon, the 18th September, 1854, at the hour of 1 o'clock, the real estate coaveyed by the said d> eds, consisting of a Brick Tenement on the south side ot Franklin between Governorand 14th streets and near the Exchange Hotel, fronting 30 feet, running back 59 feet to an alley. The title to said real estate is believed to be good, but the sufcsciiber will convey with the usual special warranty. The terms of sale will be made known at the time of sale. THOMAS SHEPPARD, Trustee. Sale conducted by Goddin it Apperson, Aucts seß TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE IN THE COUNTY OF HENRICO— By virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to the Sub scribers as Trustees, dated sth November, 18-3 and admitted to record in the Clerk's Office of Henrico County Court on the 2d day of March, 1854, they will, at the request of all parties concerned, proceed to sell at public Auction, on the premises, on Tues day, the 26th day of September, 1854, at the hour of I o'clock, P. M , that certain tract of Land mentioned in the said deed as ljing in the County of Henrico, above the City of Richmond, and is supposed to con tain 412 acres, be the same more or less, Sand is the same land which was conveyed to John F. Reeve bv Powhatan Roberts and Joseph Jackson, Jr., ex'ts of John Sheppard. deceased, by deed dated sth Nevero ber, 1853, and of record in the Clerk's Office of H- - rico County Court; the said tract of land is known as the Homestead tract, belonging to the late John Sheppard of Henrico, and is about nine miles above the city of Richmond, and is near to the Richmond, fredensksburg and Potomac Railroad, and is regard ed as valuable as well for farming purposes as for the quantity of pine wood upon it. Terms ok Sale.—Cash as to so much of the pro ceeds as wilt be sufficient to pay about $2,700, and the costs nnd charges of sale; ana the usual credits will be given upon the residue. The Trustees will cor vey the usual special war ranty. R R. ROBERTS. ) _ , THOS. G. JACKSON, 5 Trust ees. Sale conducted by Goddin & Appf.rson, Auct*. se 5 BY TAYLOR ii WILLIAMS. " HTHAT MOST VALUABLE FARM 1- CALLED "RURAL SHADES" AT AUC TION.— On W EDNESDAY, 2oth September, at 12 o'clock, M, upon the premises, will be scld at Auction, this well-known and much admired Farm. Rural Shades is situated on the New Bridge or S'ony- Run Kuad, about two miles esstof the city, adjoining II gh Meadow, the f-rm of Mr. R. H Dickinson, the lands of Mrs. Ross and others; lies on both sides of the road; the dwelling, with 18 acres of laud and a valuable orchard on one side, and 157 acres, with a small dwelling, lying on the otlisr side There are about 135 acres cleared and 40 acres well wooded— There are also the uiual oat-houses ef every de scription, and the whole premises are under good en closures. Regarding its proximity to the city, its high state of improvement, and its beautiful situation, Rural Shades is considered one of the most desirable farm* near the city, and we would request the particular a.tentii.n of those in want of Bach property to this sale. If desired, it wi 1 be divided according to a plan which may ha seen at our office In a few days. Terms—Oue-fifth cash; balance at 2, 3 4 and \ years, credit payments to bear interest, payable semi annually, and secured by a trust deed. Afterthe sale of the Farm, the Stock,consisting of horses, moles, superior milch cows, wagons, carts, farming implements, and household furniture, will be sold;. Will also be hired several valuable Farm bands. Terms—Sums under fSO, cash; over that amount, 4 months'credit for approved paper, with interest added. TAYLOR &. WILLIAMS. Aucts. se s—eodt!std A VALUABLE FAKM ON THE NEW BRIDGE ROAD AT AUCTION—With the view of making a eha-go in my business pnrsnits. I shall, on Vi'EDNESDAY. 20th September, upon tbe premises Immediately after tHe above sale of "Rural Blunts," sell at public auction, tbe faim whereon I now reside, situated on the New Bridge Road, about 2 miles east of the city, and adjoining Rnral Shades, the farm of Mrs. Gibson, the lands of R H.Dicken son and ctheis. The t'sct contains abont 140 acres* of whieh 75 acres are cleared and much improved producing fioely the various crops of this vicinity, vegetables, fce. The remainder la in woods. The improvements consist of a cottage residence, with 4 rooms, kitchen, stable, barns, fcc-, all neatly new and In goodorier. After tbe sale of the farm, the stork of horses, cows, farming ntensils, straw, to. wil' be sold. Thoso in want of * nest and valuable farm, conve nient to the city would do veil to attend tho sale. — The property will be divided into abont two eqasl parts, with cleared and wood land to each. se II THKODORE CARRINGTON. Tav ni h. Williams, Aects. H ENRICO LAND FOR KALE —On THURSDAY, October 12th, 18M, commencing at i I o'clock, I shall ofler for sale 65 arres of Land in H"mtco counts, being between the Deep-Ran County Road and the Fredericksburg Railroad, most of which is oforifinal growth, with tbe exception of ten acres, which is enclosed, with a comfortable Duelling nod other hnildings thereon, suitable for e small family. Any persons desiring any information relative to this land, can call on R. S. ULAZKnaooK, who resides aear tbe premises. There will bt like wise sold at the same time and place, fioin one te two hundred cords of Piae Wood. se s—7t« ROBERT L LUCK. OTICE.—AII perßoos indebted to the tirm of Otey It GofT will please fsvw me by calling and settling their old accounts, as I am anx ious to settle np the old business of th« said concern. Those having claims will please preeent th«n> te me for payment. JAMES W. OOFP. se3—dl w PSR SALE—A good second-hand Dray, with doable set at Uarnett. A bargain can be had by applying early to EQGLESTUN, FITZGERALD k CO , No. 14 Pearl st. T\AVENPORT, ALLEN A CO., Aud I ■*-* TioNßcas It Commission Mraca ants, make i.uersl aij/raoces on oonstgomenta of mernkaadlse. AUCTION fiALBB. FUTURE PATH. BT LARUS It SHINE. CTOCK OF MILLINERY, Ac.. AtJC ~ TIOH - Tb» subscriber takes plessare la Inform leg the Ladies af Rich nond and its vicinity, that tbe •til have a sale • a THURSDAY, the 14 h insL, eo»- meacing at 10 o'ciick. wbicb wi'l be exclosiveiy for '■« Ladlss. at her late business Establishment where she will dispose of the balance of her stock of Fash ionable and Seasonable FALL GOODS, coa.istlng la rich lain*, Velvets, Feathers, Ribbons. bj L.BL'I k /SliJiUcu" 1 "' \rALITABLE FARM IN CHEST ER FIELD COUNTY AT AUCTION.-Oa MON DAT, tbs 2d October, commenciagat 12 o'clock M we wi 1 sell at public Auction, that valuable FARM' belonging to Mr. 8. P. Gilbert, sitaated in Chester! field, on the Chesterfield Conrt House Road, abont ? miles from Richmond, containing 100 acres, JO of which is improved »nd s'' in original growth, (heavily imbered.) The improvements consists of a gocd re sidence, together with sll tbe necessary oat-houses. Als*. sn excellent Spring and aa Orchaid bearing Peaches, Pinros, Pears, Cherries and Apples, and well auapted for a Market Garden. The above Farm is p-rt of Uobbs' esta»e, well r enc il, and about 3 miles f'orn Railrosd. P»rticu lar« gi ./en on application to the subsnribers. LARUS k SHINE. Aucts, •ell 71 Main street. |F —nni^,1ea... 0 , 7 | Household aad kitchen fur niture AT AUCTION.—On next WED NESDAY morning, the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will st* 1 atauctioD, nt Mr. J. W apartment.*, °? ei L * ? *«nibn H« on Main gtreet. hii entirn C ot? f HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FCRNI I UKE, which is nearly new, havin; been used nly about three months and of an excellent quality, he bavins determined to decline house keepioc. Terms at saie. LARUS k SHINE, " a ' 1 Auctioneers. 74 Main st. A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.—WiII be XV sold at public auction, at the late residence of Mosby, dec'd., on Brook Avecne st.. on WEDNESDAY, 13th September, 18M at twelve o'clock, the Honsehold and Kitchen FURNITURE of sa'd decedent Also, a good horse CART, and a SADDLE and BRIDLE. Tf.rms.—All sums under ®20, cesh; over tha' amoaut, a c-edit of six months will be given, for bends with good tecurity SARAH W. MOSBV, "" Adm'x Kd. T . A. Mosby. ->ec'd. A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF CHIC KAHOMINY LAND —Will be sold to the highest bidder, on the premises, on the2< th Septem ber next, commencing at 11 o'clock A M , if fair, if not, on the next fair day. that valuable tract of Lard lying on Chickahominy River, in the county of Han over. belonging to the estato of Dr. Reuben Mere dith, dec'd. containing 37ft acres, adjj'ning the lands of A. B. Timberlake, A. Lumpkin and others. This Land is eight miles from Richmond, within IV miles of Atlee's Depot on the Virginia Central Rail road, and within 2 miles of the Richmond and Char lottesville Plank R( ad, now being construc'ed. On the Land is a small frame dwelling, with the other necesiary outhouses This Farm is considered one of tha most valuable ar.d productive on the Chickahominy, and is well adapt* d to the growth of corn, oats, wheat and grass. Possession, to seed a crop of wheat, will be given in th - Ist of October next, and full possession cn the Ist Jannary, 1855. Terms—One-tliird cash on the day of sale, and the remnir;der at 9and 18 months from the Ist January, 1855, with interest—the credit payments to be secur ed bv bonds, with satisfactory security, and a deed of trust on the premises. Iniinediately after the ssle of the above tract, 1 will fell a tract of Wood Land, belonging to the seme estate, containing 13 _acres, about 1 mile distai.f from ths above tract. Terms same as mentioned above. R?* Mr. A. B. Timberlake, the tenant, will taVe pleasure in showing the Land tj any person desirous i-f vie wiug it. P. B. JONES, Adm'r, with the will annexed, of R. Meredith, deo'd. Rapid Ann Station, Culpeper, Co., Va.,) August 15th, 1854. ) au 17—d3taw2w&ritds VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS—The undersigned is authorized to sell at pobiic Auction, on Tuesday, the 19th inat, at Rockettg, city of Richmond, Va, the Tools, Imple ments and Machinery used in the construction of the Ship Lock, belonging to the Jame* River and Kana wha Compacy. The equipment is co-nplste and well calculated for heavy work, consisting in part of— 1 Horizontal Steam Engine, made by J. P Morris* i Cs; 4 Boilers, 13 inch Cylinder, under 5 feet stroke, in good ordei; 4 Screw Pumps, 28 to S6 feet long. 3 feet diameter in clear, with centre baarir.gs on friction rollers, and well hooped. A quantity of Russia Hemp 10 inch Cable for dri ving l ndsto above—new and half worn. About 15 Derrick*, horse and double and single hand geared—Extra Blocks, Sit, 4ie.. to lift 12 tons. A large assortment of qnarrying and cutting Tools About 2(1 Horses with Wagons, Carry-log Wheels, Harness, Sic., &e , suitable for heavy work. 6 Flat-Boats, various sizes, from 25 ton* burthen down. Wheel Barrows, Picks Shovels, Crow-Bars, Drills, Blacksmiths' and Carpenters' Tools, lie., &.C., com puting a complete assortment of everything neces sary for a heavy Canal or Railroad job, and affording contractors an excellent opportunity to equip them selves for heavy work. D. S. WALTON, Engineer East'n Div James River an# K«nawha Canal. t*y Baltimore Sun, Norfolk Herald, Raleigh Re gister, Petersburg Express and Lynchbg Republican will please copy the above until 18th inst, and send rlieir bills to the ' Office of ihe James River and Ka nawha Company,'' Richmond, for pa, ment. se 8 BY ALEXANDER NOTT. 4 DMINISTRAIOK S SALE.—WiII be rold on SATURDAY next, the 9th inst, at the horse lot in the city of Richmond, at 10 o'clock, one Horse and Cart, two Hons; also a lot of Straw, now on the plantation of Christopher Sann ders. Persons wieli.ng to purchase will please call on Mr. C Saunders, who will give any information regarding the saine. The above property belongs to the estate of Henry Saunders dee'd. CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS, Adm'r of the estat* of Henry Saundeis, dee'd. Sale conducted by Alex. Nott, Auct. se 6 POSTPONEMENT. —The above sale is postponed until SATURDAY, 16th in«t. se 8 ALEX. NOTT, Auct. SHERIFF'S SALE.—WiII be sold for cash on MONDAY, the 18th day of the presen month. (September,) on board the schooner Lewis Perry, lying at R'cketts, seventeen hnndr*d and eighty bushels of Brown Stuff two thousand Imp els of Shorts, twenty one hundred barbels of Bran, and one hundred and forty-four barrels of Flour.or so ■ouch thereof as wiil satisfy an attachment in my hands in favor of H. T. k E. 8. Taliaferro vs Wm. H. Cole, and all expenses connected with tha detention of the schooner and sale. By oMer nf the Hon. Jno A. Mtrertith, Judge of the Circuit Cou-t of the eity of Richmond, mace on th>) oth day of September, iR.54 ALEX. B. HLTCHESON, fC H. C The above Bile will take place at 1S o'clock, A. M *e 7 TO PREVENT AND CURE CHOL ERA AND ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS- Persons travel line, and ail others, should have a bot tle™ Dr J S. ROSE'S TAIN CURER, and his CAR MINATIVE BALSAM by tbem. In ease of sndder sickncss, theae medicines frenoently cure In lese time than it requires to get a physician. To prevent Cholera, tale a teaspoonful of Pain Ccrer in a wine glass of water every morning; when, ever yon have pain internally or externally, use the Pain Cttrer In bottlesat 1». 25 and SO eta. Dr. ROSE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM for Chol era. Cholera Morbns, Bowel Complaint* and Dysen tery. This mixture Is one of the most Important med!- cines, and should he kept in all families. A( a tooth ing preparation, it has no equal. In case* of infants with bowel complaint, cholera morbus, restlessness, crying or genera' pain, it baa been proved a perfect balm. A« a for bowel complaint# of adolta, it h«§ never failed. During the cholera of lift?, 1334 and 1543, it failed in no instance when need before death hitd positively itrnck,the patient. I have had rettfrrif from more than one thot?«and perfone who u«ed it during thoee memorable perinda, tettifVog to it« wonderful ecrativa p*wei*. 25 eaatmt Dr .T. S. ROSE S WnOOriNOCOUQH'BYEUP civea immediate relief, and frequently cure* la one week. Price .Vic. Dr J S. ROSE'S EXTRACT OF FUCHU.-This la one of the beet remedies ever used for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, and all Goaty Affections.Price 60c Dr. J. 8. ROSE'S GOLDEN PILLS, for falling of the Womb. Female Weakness, Debility and Relaxa tion. This disease, heretofore treated by Wadsgta, trustee and external t»*«»*>«ta, which can only prove palliatives, yields <oHmlet«'» to the use of these tonic strengthening Golden Pill* 50c. Dr. J. S. ROSENS al-BUJOUB OR RAIL ROAD PILLS —Theae Pilia mi» Mt warranted to core every aalady or disease ineiuoat so man, bat the; an a grand remedy for a Bilious sute of the system and common fevers. They are adapted to the Southern sections of the United Bute* particularly, being often a preventive of Bilious attaeka, and when aaed with Dr. Roee'aTONlC MfXTURE, will cure the moat stubborn case of Billons Pever or Fe» vtr aud Agce. Price 12} and SBc. All whose constitutions are impaired by disease, or weak by nature, shoald read Or. J. B. Rote's Medi cal Adviser; (which contains a deeertptkm of the easescl out climate and tlie uiode of trea'roeu(.j It B*l^srVvdwW - 2faWSUtt ftsEESE fa^^srafci'" ' AUCTION BALES TT*T* T)At. ' ' av J-* *' 7 " » »*IN<- £ nRT GOODB Ai AUCTION.—On IJ MONDAY, the II b ln«f„ ewnaWMiSg •» !• Velosk. «• will «<ll »f rnblic XicHon • large and wel.'-»»Ie< ted 10l lit MWttuUe Clj ii ff's. '■part of— _ |M» piece* Maw Fmlh Co Brow* Drills; |fl '• C«d»tS*Hoetr, in •* Block Ciwirw in " Red, Blieand White Flannels; 5 " Fla'd Lining*: 5 ** <M Bl»*rhed Sfaslia*; 10 " Blue Dante* 5 " Drab Sa'Uew; 200 dcz. Lad'ee* Glove#; Together with • variety of other article* In the alxrre nar. Tho«e wishing to contribute to the above aale, wcu'd do well tn #end In their eoaaignmeste one or 'wo day* previoaa to the aale, ao aa tbay may have '-heir > ooda properly marked acd arranged for aale. S«l® to take place in oar large Sale* Room. on the M "™r. LARUS k SHI WE. Aaete. 74 Mate ft. ADDITIONAL. W i.l b, added to the aSo»e thia monring. a lame '°f* aeaaooable READY MADE CLOTHING, sti .feVi , Rrown French Cloth., White ecd ? "I! Shirta, Collara, Satin Stocka, ke. As. Also, • - ot office CIGARS. Term* at aale. " " LAKTJB A am sr. A note. »* UIv.HaKD CAUTHORN. A ? D IN FULTON— , y be »o'd at anetion. on MONDAY eesL ne art he' rerid enee' o fN.,ark^n' Ford * « °very°dl esiraib*e HOU3B and LOT. The * 6d bM " « eel •" "•« Ofwol lots! * - M 1 t , <Mb i •■•"MM 3 month.; one torifv " P*3L°"»t» »«> b- Htiafae ie 6 *• CAUTHORN, ADDITIONAL. A * etU ' n " r - Will be added, five other LOTS, near to the above kaown*at «ale! 01 " d te'lV^ '.!. *- CAUTHORN BY ALt XANiiKa NOTT! ' B99 T S AND StiOJts —The Subscriber f«. fo°r K* *° d '» contiDn « bnalneaain tbi» city, of srjvs: t'i sboM. ,tock of &ichmoDd -««&«- examine* hiai^ct f *BarJair!^n™y"kjTr xpeeted'a/ h« a"call. ermi ° ed t0 Clo,e outat pnce ' "Wch will induce Ine remainder of the stock untold kv M nfW i«. next Uth io<t M will he .old at AuctToo .710 TiVm re ; c l ornor , ot 3ro ' d »"d 2d atreeu ' •n Household and Kitchen Forni ,.Ty.*y T av i N , STEAMBOAT CURTIS ■MifcwiSa. PECK — P A 8 S A GE TO PORTS. r ° NORFOLK—The ateamboat CUR- T.S rt.CK, Capt. John Davis, having undergone a jomp.ete overhauling, haa returned her rexular ran on the river between thia and the above plaeea, Th W ? ar "ockelta every Saturday, Tnea day and Thnradav roorningj, at 5J o'clock preciaely— ouchmg at ail the regular landing! going and return* y»mge to Portamouth and Norfolk ®2 00 Meals 50c. each. 164 ft. O. HABKINS. FAMILY HORSE FOR SALE" _ One of the bett Family Horaea in Virainia. only 5 ysira old, and will aland without tyinc Also, the niceat light BUGGY eveneen. Sold only for vant of use. Apply at J • B EAHNEST'S Stable. WAlCii-MAKiNU AM) JEWELRY STORE. fiL The Bubfcriber having taken the tenement No. 131, aouth tide ef Main at- JSlt.sLr «econd door east of 13th, haa opened a well selected awortment of WAToHES (told »tid ailver) and JEWELRY of all kinds, and baaa leav_e to inform Ibe public that he ia prepared to tell goods in h;a line, en moderate terms. He a>ka atten tion to his stock, and feela assured that all who wish to purchase, can lied no objections to his price*. Being a practical watch-maker, he Is also prepared to repair Watches at short notice, and in the best manner, or tomend Jewelry in goed style. Believ ing that those who have work to do, will wek tlia best workmen to do it, he feete assured that pertens who favor him with their paMWege once, will need QO invitation to continue hit services when needed RJ C. L. VOKGELE. g&Ell&r HACKS FOR HLRE.-I have two or throe veiy fins HACKS, with g-ntie horse* and careful drivers, to hire to famllie* *nd the public, which may always be bad by apply ing ut ft!r. Thompson Nay lor's stables, on 19thstieet, opnosite the United States Hotel. Families and other* needing a handsome and aafe turn-out, on any occasion, may rely upon being ac commodated by sending me t heir orderi an SO—lm* THOMPSON NAYLOR. fn~^AlLSTOcZ^F^Ili~A^ •'» CAPS.—The subsciiber 1* now ready to fur nish merchants and dealers with as large and well as sorted stock of HATS and CAPS as has ever been offered in this or any other market. Purchasers will find, on examination, that this Fall Goods are lower in price than u«nai, while the styles ■iiid qualities are in many reapect* much improved. There are many new and tasti fully gotten up HATS *bd CAPS for gentlemen, b-jys and children, which ■tie really handsome end will be feand very deeira oie. The subscriber keeps also a large stock of ladies' fashionable FURS of the newest and most fashion able styles; also, mines FURS, which will be (old at wholesale and retail on the best terms. „„ „ JOHN DOOLEY, an 30—dim 81 Main street. Richmond UUN&! UUJNS !! UllNb!!! TO MERCHANTS AND SPORTSMEN. Just received, from England, 100 DOUBLE AND SINGLE BARREL GUNS. I take pleasure in iaforiuing ray friends, customer*, and the public, that I have jost receded my Fall sup i£r - ~ ply of DOUBLE AND SINGLE BAR HEL GUNS, of all quailtle* and descriptions, direct fioin the manufactories of England; and from my ex rierce in the Gun trade, together with the facilities I possess in having these Gun* marie nnder the direc tion of a well-trird agent. to my especial o»der, I feel confident that my preseut stock of Gan* in band can iOt bd surpasaed in this coun'rv. From these advantage* 1 am enabled to offer a* «ocd b*r«a ; m *s any other hoase in the United States; ind fir fine wcikmai ship and style of Gun* for the different kind of game throughout the*e pArts, 1 put 'hern against any Gun* imported, alt having been nade by the best of workmen In England. ATI 1 ask from those in search of a superior or plainly finished Fowling Piece, i* a call to examine my stock before purchasing elaewhere, ensure a sele. JAMES WALSH. Importer and Maker of Guoa, Rifles, kc. «• 7—l-n -L Otf i.— W edoreday Evening I? & 5 ' a,t - ln '* ,e neighborhood of the Ex it,,: change Bank, a large Black POCKET U BOOK, containing rondry how-rent bill*, one bond for negro hire *ad other paper*. The finder will receive a jtsndsome reward aarf n:any thank* by leaving the Book and eou ent* at the Dispatch cilice, or with B B. CRUMP, «e S-3t At Taylor fc Willlame. CHANGE OF HOURS — OMHttBIUUB ACCOMMODATION DAT LINE ÜBTWKEN RICHMOND AVD NEW CANTON — On an it after Saturday, the f> h intt. oor Packet Boat PLOUGHBOY will le ive RICHMOND on Tuesdays Thursday* and Sat'trdaja, at 7 o'clock. A. M., and arrive at NEW CANTON at 10 o'clock, t. Returning—L»ave NEW CANTON on Monday*. Wednesdays and Friday*, at A •'clock, A. M., ariivfer in RICHMOND at 9 o'clock. F. M ' *e« CROUCH fc. HOOPER. Books, stationery, music, &c., Broad (treat, between 4th tori sth —We are now receiving, and will have complete by the let of October, one of the iargeet and moat (elect awo ri me nU of eveiythiag in onr Hae to be found in (be city, erohraing Bookeia every department of Ute rata re and S'- enoe; Paper and Envelope# of every kind and <|n«llty; Htstioß«ry of every variety : Bad (fancy Arviclea generally; Pianoa, Guttata, Platea,bc and Mime for the eame. All uf which have J»et hcee (elected perionaHy with much care, and on ibe mod reasonable terms. We woald reapeotfally invite nil omr old fill nil and onatomen and the public generally, to five ne a call at oar new ind very coa>mod>oa* atere. ft-ted ep «• nreaaly for out baaiaeaa, fear doors kaiow Meaara. Kreeden & Fox. We beg leave to wile oar en*tomers that ire wi'l do all la uiir power to give aatiafaotioa, and to aapnt a toge .hare of fc WILLIAM HUKLEY, a*l> Y ¥ Collection Ornca, Ho. 5, rear! at., Bioh- Tin. of*Exchasfa, Bank Itotoa. Coin, Ac. brnght ««• ( e* cn b! i :r.r°:. vlr|taU *° rth Refer to B- H CHsmhariaioe, Eat), Caabtor Wf mot*' Bank. Norfolk, Ta.; R. W. Bowden, Eml, Cash ier Back o7 vi.jfl.ia, Norfolk, Va.; wffk Ee* Merchant, Not folk, Va.; Messrs. Maary h Morten Bank era, lUchmaad, Va.; Maeera. C W. faKtltb Co, Banker*. Richmond. Va.j Jobs Thu»paen. Eaq . Mere bant. Eishrooed. Va. ae> diss UlNlNfc—Fr*»di u»d Abbilobu. nr ran led pare, tor (ate by nfflfißßssS£