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ANOTHER MAIL FAILURE. The mail failed to connect again yesterday, at Washington, and In consequence we received no papers from any point north of that ehy last even *"(?• FAiAL ACCIDENT ON THE VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. We learn from the Lynchburg Virginian that a serious accident occurred on the Virginia and Ten nessee Railroad laat Wednesday morniug, above Big Spring Depot. The downwnrd freight train in passing the trestle work, came in contact with three dirt cars which bad been negligootly left on the track, and the engine wan thrown otf, detached from the train, and precipitated some sixty feet over the embankment. The engineer succeeded in leaping from the engine to one of the freight cars ; but the conductor, Mr. Conner, and the fire man, a free negro, went down with it. Thelatte r was killed instantly, and the conductor severely perhaps fatally injured. The engine is said to b e a perfect wreck. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS BY THE NIAGARA. FROM THK WAR. The hospitals and magazines of the Russians are being removed to Bessarabia. General Carnorini has gone to Bucharest to con sult with Omar Pasha. The fire at Varna destroyed five millions pounds el bread, equal to two weeks consumption ol the English army. A cordon has been drawn around the powder magazine at Varna, and there is great excitement against the supposed Russisn incendiaries. The transports continued to arrive from Malta, and the French are beginning to grumble on ac count of their long continued inactivity. The cholera was abating, but it* ravages In the fleet and army has been horrible—many thousands are dead. Said I'asha, the new Viceroy of Egypt, i* on a visit to th« Sultan. Derest Pasha, a skilful diplomatist, ha* been sent to the principalities as the Turkish commissioner. Rlza Pasba is intriguing to have Omar Pasha transferred to the command ol the army in Asia.— The Sultan refuses. TURKISH DISASTERS IN ASIA. The disasters to the Turks in Asia are confirmed. On the •-"•th ol July, Selirn Pasha wa* defeated, and the Russians occupied Bsjajid. On the 7th of Au gust, a general engagement took place near Kars. The Turks attacked the Rusaian entrenched camp, Yomondere, and also drove in the wing of the Russian army, hut a general char-re of the Rus s an cavalry swept them back with immense lose. Four thousand Turks were killed. An armistice of two days was agreed to after the ba: tie. The Turks retreated into Rare, and aban doned thatr camp which the Russians occupied. The Russians admit a loss ol nearly 1000. The battle lasted five hours, and 40,000 men and 150 guns were engaged. ttallm Pasha has been succeeded by Mustapba Pasha, who distinguished bimsell in the Dobrud sha. PEACE PROPOSALS Vienna, Aug. 31.— New proposals have been made by Rnssia which involve new negotiations. The particulars have not transpired. ENGLAND. The weather has been extremely favorable, and a large portion ol the crops have been secured. FBANCE. The Emperor has returned from Branltz to Pa lis, and lelt again for Camp Boulogne. Prince Albert goes on a visit to the Emperor; also the King of Belgium. It was reported on the Bourse that Sweden and Denmark are on the point of signing a treaty of alliance with the western powers; but the rumor was regarded as very doubtful. General Paixhan, the inventor of the Paixhan gun, Is dead. BELGIUM. The resignation of the ministry was not accepted. The cause of the tender of resignation was not knowu. GREECE. (ireat excitement was occasioned by the an nouncement that the French commander, as the Pi reaus is unhealthy, will remove his troops to Athens. The delay granted by the Porte to Greece for the adjustment ol difficulties with Turkey, expired on the Ist of September. No arrangement yet, but negotiations are pending. SPAIN. The Union Republican Club* have been closed by order of the government. The National Guards have been ordered to arre*t the members if they persisted in assembling. Several smaller clubs had also been dispersed. The government has published a list of the defal cations oi the previous ministry, amounting to &50,000,000, with the revenues of Cuba mortgaged for two years, and all the extra resources of the kingdom pledged. Espartero has raised a temporary loan of two million of dollars, on the, Havana customs secu rity. A decree, confiscating the property of Christina, has been published. Under cover of this she has has left Madrid tor Portugal, with the sanction ol the government. Much ol her wealth had been safely invested in foreign securities. Notwithstanding the profound tranquility repre sented by official reports, private advices report outbreaks in Madrid on the 28th, when it became known that Christina had escaped. A few barri cades had been erected, but were pulled down by the National Guards. The opportune entry ol some regiments of cavalry prevented much mis chiel. t'aragossa was restless, and the whole province of Arragon unquiet. A Carhat movement is spo ken of in one or two quartern. There were hints at military disaffection In Gal la'ia. ITALY. The cholera was abating in Romagna, and the Duchies were in a disturbed state. The universal jubilee long contemplated by the I ope will be held in December next, and a general convention of the church will meet at Rome to set lie the immaculate conception question. Seven more have been sentenced to death at Parma. ' DENMARK. »i ,ra ' , ' te has been appointed President, and 61 buchwald Vice President of the new Council ol state. A strong meeting of the constitutional Associa tion was held at Copenhagen on the 29th ult..to express distrust oi the ministry. THE MAINE ELECTION. Bakooh, Me., Sept. 14 —The entire coalition tick et has been elected in Penobscot. The returns eive 15 anti Nebraska to 15 other representatives. 170 towns, Morrill, the fusion candidate for 27,52-1; Paris, democrat, 15,175; anti-temperance candi- 1,382. Washburn's majority for Congress is over -1000. THE REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. New Oblrans, Sept. 11. —Later advices have been received from the Rio Grande, giving further di'tails ill the late battle near Matamoros between t'jn Insurgents and the government troops, In which the latter were defeated. The insurgents captured a large quantity of arms, horses, and other proper ty. They also shot two officers of the government, one of whom was named Martinez. FAILURES AMONG STOCK OPERATORS. N*w Yobk, Sept. 13.—Several failures are an nounced to day in Wall street of outside operators, ' in consequence of the large advance In tho stocks and boads of the Erie railroad. SAILING OF THE EUROPA. Boston, Sept. 13.—The royal mail steamer Euro pa sailed at noon to day for Liverpool. She took •nit eighty-two passengers and half a million of spe els on freight. Among the passengers is Wm. liar goux, Esq , bearer of despatches. VERMONT CENTRAL RAILROAD. Boston, Sept. 13th. —The Vermont Central Rail road has assumed ten thousand shares of the stock fraudulently issued by Crane. The entire new I board ol directors has been elected. Ravages or thk Cholera. —A dispatch dated Columbia, Pa., Sept. 13, says : There wt>re forty cases and fifty deaths of Cho lera yesterday. The disease is still raging with un abated malignity. Several new cases and many deuhs this morning. fuwu llall has been converted into a Hospi tal, which Is tilad with tbe aiek and dying. Tar has beenbanstia various partsof the town, as a pre- ThZ dlLrt?l«i pu^io? . atmosphere. The distress and suffering is beyond description, and prtaclpally for want of nurses and attendants The dead cannot be burled Mlutu required nearly every person baa left the place, it is eati. ° lrt °f * P*JP u,wlon <»' about 5000 only about 1500 remain, and amongst these the scour.e *• dreadful. AM business U suspended and (tores cloeed. FaoeT.—There was a fine frost at B»flalo on the »%bt ol the 10th. Thk Fishery amd H«rrr*ocmr Treaty.—The Washington Union of yesterday contain* cople* of thetreatlM recently negotiated with ffnmt Britain, t aether wtth the President'a proclamation fh testi mony ofthe *ame. The Uoton had previously Ma ted that admiral Fanshawe had received ordera to withdraw the British fleet which was stationed In the Gulf of St. Lawrence to realat the encroach ment* of American fishermen. Thus, even before the action of the colonial legislature*, the lately prohibited fishing-ground* are opened to American vessel*. We have acquired by the late treaty, so promptly ratified and confirmed, the full and un diluted enjoyment of the fineat fishing-grounds In tie world. Hut a more important portion of this treaty is that establishing reciprocal free trade in the moat important natural product* between the I nited States and Great Britain. All the important products oi the colonies come In free of duty. A moderate duty, averaging about 12 per cent., re main* upon our manufactures entering the colonies* It remain* to be *een how thi* experiment ol prac tical fro trade will operate. Mu.-We learn from the Jetfersonian that on Tuesday morning la*t, the (table attached to the residence of Mr. J. M. Deem*, Charlottesville, wa* discovered to be on fire, which, together with the kitchen and out houses, were soon consumed. The dweljinghouse was also on fire, but by the exer ti jns of the citizens, wa* *aved from total destruc tion. The furniture ol Mr. Deem* wa* considera bly damaged in removing it. In February la*t, th e lormer residence of Mr. Deems was destroyed by fire. Canadian Affairs.—A dispatch from Quebec, dated Sept. 12, states that the now member* of the Cabinet are all Liboral*. John Ross i* Speaker of the Legislative Council; Spence, Postmaster Gene ral. The Conservative* are—Sir Allen McNab, President of the Council; John A. McDonald, At torney General; Henry Smith, Solicitor General ; Coley, Inspector General. There is no change in the Lower Canada section. Slave Riot at Chicago.—There was much ex citement in Chicago on the 12th inatant, in conse quence ol an attempted arrest ol a fugitive slave by three citizens ol St. Louis, in tho streej, without the assistance of officer*. An itnmenae crowd soon assembled, and rescued the fugitive Irom their possession. The captors instantly attacked the crowd and re-took the fugitive, firing pistols and wounding one of the mob. The three were then arrested, and at latest advices they were being ex* arnined before a justice. An excited crowd was gathered around the office. Robbeby.—On Tuesday at Louisa Court House a man by tho name ol John Thacker, was arrested and committed to jail, on a chargeof stealing the pocket book of Mr. Winston Melton, containing $">OO. The pocket book was lound on the person of Thacker, with $300 of the money in it. The failure of the Protection Insurance Compa ny, of Hartford, has caused quite a sensation. The risk* in Fredericksburg were numerous and for large amounts. Immediately after the announce, mont, policies to the amount of $70,000 or $r<o,loo were issued by the Fredericksburg and the Valley Insurance Compani ;s. Serious Accident.—Wo learn from theAlexan. dria papers that William Rose (or Rolls) was badly crushed, on Wednesday last, between an engine and tender, which he was coupling. His recovery is doubtful. Texas.—At latest accounts from Texas, Major Neighbors had arrived at Austin. He reports that the Indians are marching to attack the Rio Grande settlements. Sad Effect* of Rum. —We understand that a middle-aged man, named David T. Pierce, ol Rec tortown, Fauquier county, on Monday last, was re proved by his father for hi* drunkenness, and was so enraged thereat that he seized a double-barrelled gun, and shot him, severely wounding him in the thigh. He was arrested for the offence, and com mitted lor trial by Jusliee W. H. Gaines. A very Intemperate man named Lane, a wheel wright, formerly of Warrenton, but late of Liberty, Fauquier county, was found dead near the latter place, on Sunday last. He had been dead for seve ral days, as the buzzards had nearly devoured him. It is supposed that his horrible end was the result of indulgence in his ruling vice.—Alex. Sent. WANTS. WA N T E D—Several good CARPEN TERS, to wurk on Railruai cars. None but good steady men Deed apply. BURR t ETTENGER, »e 15—3t Cary st., next to Gas House. YY ANTED-A lew PRIVATE PUPILS T ? to Instruct, at their own homes, in the En*, lish, Latin and Greek Languages, by WILLIAM GRIEVE, who has studied at the Universities of Edinburgh (Scotland,) and Pennsylvania. For fur ther particulars, call on the advertiser, at Mrs. Ter ry's Boarding House, Main street, above the Citv Hotel, this week, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 3 to 6 P M - se 14—3t* Ylf ANTED.— A Situation as Clerk or » " Accountant by the advertiser, who caD furnish the most satisfactory credentials from a house of high standing in New York City or Richmond. Address J. L , box 4»2, Richmond. se 14 6t* WANTED, immediately, a corupeteut _T Y OVERSEER, to attend to a Plantation near Richmond. Satisfactory testimonials of character and qualifications wiil be required Appiy to " 12 ~ ta CHARLES MARX. HOUSE WANTED.— Wanted to rent a Dwelling House, situated either on , marshal 1, Clay or Leigh streets, between Ist and Gth streets, or upon the streets intersecting, below 2d.— Rent not to exceed $250. Any one having a house to rent in the locality mentioned, will hear of a good tenant by addressing "Box 665," Richmond P O se 11—lw WA* TED—To hire or purchase, to live » * in the city, • first rate CARRIAGE DRIVER one that also understands working in a Vegetable Garden la preferred. Apply at this office. se 11—ts WANTED—By a middle-aged man who * » writes a fair hand and a general knowledge of accounts, a situation in a commission or auction store or any similar employment. Ho would endeavor to make himself useful to his employers, as employment sole obiect 1 •" 9—t* — J YYTANTED —Immediately, several stea ™ ™ dy hands to make packing* boxes. Apply to EDWARD E. DUDLEY, »e 9 l'Ub st, between Main and Franklio. "IJtTANTED—An active white or colored « » Man to act as porter. Apply to BROOKS, BELL t CO., »<3-ts 17 Pearl street. WANTED, immediately, a first rate WHEELWRIGHT, for whom liberal wages will be given. Nona need apply without bringing tbe most satisfactory recommendations. ALSO, wasted two or three good WAGON DRI. VER P ELLIS t PEERS, se 4—l2t* "WANTED—Two good TINNERS ac » * customed to do ho'.ise work. To each as will suit, constant employment and the best wages will b« given. O. fc A. BARGAMIN, Jr, Bn 10—ts Cor, of Main and 10th sta Boarding —Siw. eiaza a. spar- HAWK his taken the house over Mr. Colquitt's . ,* n< * Harness store, and immedia'rly opposite Whitehnrst's Gallery, and is prepared to accommo dati single gentlemen with BOARD, (either by the day or with lodging,) on reasonable terms. se 13—3t 1 > OARDlNO. —Several vacant ROOMS, for '"""'liesj and several DAY BOARD ™ i CID tie accommodated on reasonable terms, at _ *« s - »• A. TERRY'S, on Main st? so ll—lt Just above the City Hotel. Persons indebted to A. E. iLM 1 «e requested to oall at ELAM It MOORE 8, Cary street, aejotnlng the Colombian Hotel, Md m»ke payment witbctit farther delay, ee 12—U J REDUCTION OP PRICES.— V* Persons visiting the city will find it much to their advantage bv calling on POWERS for their DAGUERREOTYPES Power, i. nowtakiagp"* tares at a rtry tote price and Invites evoiy one to ca'l at hi* large SKY-LlokT OALLERY. siga of t*e RED FLAG, 139 Miin ft roe t, twn doors above D. H London's WANTK D—A youth to learn the bonnets. A ppl* %\ the Gallery. m IS rpOOTHACHE DROPB—A ceruiu cure X for this troublesome and painful alfsction. p f «. pared and gold by OWEN B. HILL, Druggist, n tt Mukot i'Uoe, FnaUia M. !SSB9SSS=SSS9SS Atrcnog BAUaa FUTURE DAtB. BY DAVENPORT, ALLEN k CO.* ' \TEW OBLEANB BUGAB AND MO - LASSES AT AUCTION,—On WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst at 10 o'clock, at oat Warebowe, oa of Bedn, wo will nil at Auction— 111 Hhda. New Orleans Saiars, folly fair to prime (juallty, la which are included a few hhd». of Clari -134 Bbla. prime New Orlenn* Mola**e*. Term* at sale. LUDLAM k WATSON. Sola coadacted by Davenport, Alleh *• Co., Auct*. IS—St BY GODDIN &. APPERdON. ITEBY VALUABLE PRIVATE RESI ▼ DENCE AT THE HEAD OF 1 CARY ST., AND VACANT LOT ADJOINING. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be *old oa MONDAY Afternoon, 18th September, 1854, oa the premieoe, commencing at 5 o'clock, that very valuable private dwelling on the North tide of Cary ■treet, opposite the residence >.f Meatr*. Chaa. Philip* fc Wn. Smith, formerly oc cupied by Mr. Jno. Jacob*, and near by Mr. Samael S. Bureh, fronting .56 feet, limning back 199 feet to an alley 20 feet wide. After which will be *old a handsome ballding lot on the Weet, fronting 30 feet, running back 199 feet to laid alley. The hou*e I* in good repair; ha* *lx room*, kitchen, well of water, £c. The term*, which will be very accommodating, will be nude known at the time of *ale. «e 13 OODDIN k APPERSON. Auct*. BY ALEXANDER NOTT. (iN SATURDAY MO R NIN G, at 10 VP o'clock, will be aold at the Auction Mart, corner of Main and 15th street, a lot of new and tecond hand Karnitnre, consisting of— Mahogany Wardrobe*; Bureaua; Sofas; Chair*; Bed*; Mattresses, and a lot of Cooking Utensil*. ALSO, a lot of Fancy China Cups and Saucers; Tea and Breakfaat Sets; China Vases and Cologne*; Ola** Lamps; Tumblers; Dishes; Plates; Castorr, 50 dozen Tumblers, fee., 4tc. WILL BE ADDED, 10,000 Imported Cigars 5,000 German do se 15 ALEX. NOTT, Auct. BY LARUS k SHINE. STOCK OF MILLINERY, &c„ AUC TION.—The subscriber takes pleasure in inform ing the Ladies of Richmond and its vicinity, that she will have a sale cn THURSDAY, the 14th mat., com mencing at 10 o'clock, which will be exclusively fo« ihe Ladies, at her late business Establishment, where she will dispose of the balance of her stock of fash ionable and Seasonable FALL GOODS, consisting in part of rich Satins, Velvets, Feathers, Ribbons, liaces, Head-Dresses, kc, kc Also, Materials and Trimmings of all styles, suitable for Milliner*. MRS. C. PHILIP Sale conducted by Larus k Shine, Aucts. se 11 POSTPONEM E N T.—ln consequence of the rain, the above sale is postponed until MON. DAY Morning next, at lOo'clock, when it will take place. se 15 LARUB it SHINE, Ancts. fJENTEEL HOUSE FURNITURE AT V* AUCTION -On TUESDAY Morning, the 19ili inst., commencing at 10 o'closk, we will sell at pub lic auction, in the alley adjoining our house, a large assortment of geuteel Household Furniture; amotg which will be found— 2 spring-seat mahogany Lounges; 2 do. do. Sofar, 2 dog. box-seat mahogany Parlor Chairs; 1 splendid mahogany Sideboard, 2 ladies' Cabinets; 4 do. Bu reaus, 1 iron pat. spring Bed—together with a large assortment of spring Pillows: Blankets, Sheets, Mat tress, Wardrobes, Chairs, Bedsteads, kc. The above article*, though second-hand, are nearly uew, being well kept. Additions solicited previous to the above aale. LARUS it SHINE, Auct*., »g 15 74 Main *t. BY JOHN R. D. PAYNE, Salesman. Buildings of wood and BRICK AT AUCTION -Directed by tbe Sec retary of the Trsasrr/, I shall, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of Sept.. 1854. at 4* o'clock P. M., sell at auction, the two old Buildings and Wood Shed stand ing on the lot fronting Main and Bank streets, be tween 10-h and Ilth streets, bought by the U. S. Go vernment to erect a new Custom House un. * The buyer or buyers of said buildings will have to remove all parts of them within 10 days from the day of sale. Terms cash. ALBERT LYBROCK, • 8 '5 Sup't of New Custom Honse, BY RICHARD CAUTHORN. Horses, wagon and harness, BUGGY, kc.-Oa SATURDAY, 16th instant, commencing at 1* o'clock, at the large horse lot, nearly In rear of my store, I will sell the following -3 work Horses: 1 street Wagon, with iron axle and harness; 1 Buggy and Harness; 1 double Cart. »e 15 R. CAUTHORN, Auct. BY TAYLOR fc WILLIAMS^ A MARKET GARDEN OR BUILD ING LOTS NEAR UNION HILL, AT AUC TION. —Oo MONDAY, 18th September, at o'- clock, P M , upon ihe premise*, will be sold, a lot of ground, containing six acres, situated on Union Hill, near Leadbetter's Tavern. The soil is of the char acter best suited to the growing of Vegetables, and being convenient to the city is unequalled as a gar den spot, and will be sold in the whole if desired, otherwise, it will be divided into 12 half acre lots, which will enable those of limited means, to se cure a pleasant homestead in an improving neigh borhood, at .light cost. 8 8 Terms—Third cash; balance at 3 and 6 month*, with interest added and title retainsd. *eI2-td* TAYLOR k WILLIAMS. hphat most valuable faem 1. CALLED "RURAL SHADES" AT AUC TION.—On WEDNESDAY, 20th September, at 12 o'clock, M, upon the premises, will be sold at Auction, this well-known and much sdmired Farm. Rural Shades is situated on the New Bridge or Stony- Run Road, about two miles east of the city, adjoining High Meadow, the farm 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 land and a valuable orchard on one side, and 157 acres, with a small dwelling, lying on the other side There are about 135 acres cleared, and 40 acres well wooded.— There are also the usual out-houses of 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 farms near the city, and we would request the particular attention of those in of such property to this sale. If desired, itwiil be divided according to apian which may be seen at our office in a few days. Terms—One-fifth cash; balance at 2, 3 4 and 5 years, credit pay ments to bear interest, payable semi annually, and secured bv a trust deed. After the sale of the Farm, the Stock, consisting of horses, mules, superior milch cows, wagons, cart*, farming implements, and household furniture, will be sold. Will also be hired several valuable Farm hands. Terms—Sums under §50, cash; over that amount, I months'credit for approved paper, with interest .e'LeodtlStd TAYL ° R * WILLIAMS. Aucca. A VALUABLE FARM ON THE NEW BRIDGE ROAD AT AUCTION.—With the view of making a change in my business pursuits I shall, on WEDNESDAY, 20th September%pon the premises immediately after the above sale of "RuaaL Shades," sell at public auction, the farm whereon I WWMMldfi m'Hlffiri "n the. New Bridge Road, about 2 miles east of the city, and adjoining Rural Shanes,' the farm of Mrs. Gibson, the lands ofR H. Dicken son and others. The tract contains about 140 acres* of which 75 acres are cleared and much improved producing finely the various crops of this vicinity, ve zetables, 4tc. The remainder is in woods. The improvements consist of a cottage residence, with 4 rooms, kitchen, stable, barn*, tc , all nearly new and in good order. After the sale of the farm, the stock of horses, cows, farming utensil*, straw, ito. wil' be sold. Those In want of a neat and valuable farm, conve nient to the city would do well to attend the sale.— The property will be divided into about two eqnal parti, with cleared and wood land to each. •e II THEODORE CARRINGTON. Tayi.or k WILI.IAMS, Aucts IVf ISB A. M. SMITH S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIEB.—The seventh session of this ftchcol will commence on the first MONDAY of October next, at the schoolroom*, corner of Frank lin and Fifth street*. .Hon*, f. Smith, A. 8., a brother of Mia Smith, will be connected with the ichooi a* Aaeociate Prin cipal. The raoit competent teacher* will aasiat 1b thevanooa department*. The r.our*o of instruction I* thorough, and embrace! all the requisite* for a fin ished education, frequent lecture* will be given in con neetion with the higher Engliah branches Loe turea on Natural Philosophy and Cheuiiatry,accompa nied by experiment*. Vocal moaicwill be taught daily, without extra charge. Miss 8. pledgee heraelf te teach id •ach a manner u to enable the pupil, who to the instruction civen, to read muiic with perfect facility by the rod of the teenon. Each department of the *cho< 1 will be under the super * PHnrlpale, who will regularly examine the eioefeet clmea. Temis—Engliafa branche*. #40-, Primary Depart ment, WO. Ancient and Modern Languages, $30 each. Instrumental music, Profemon' price*. Draw- Ira, Embroider*, £ c , extra charpee. Mr. Smith will form private classes ia the Greek and I .at in language*. Further particulara made known in a few week* by application at the book store of Mr. Wm. A. Butter*, 157 Main (treat. auß—eod2mLf U AVE von ever used the VIRGINIA J-XMAOIC WAStIINQ FLUID 1 If yen have not, and wtoh to keep ahead by economising your time, la* bor and money, aad savl-g the wear and tear of elothea, git atonec some of this celebrated Washing "laid. It* great utility once *een and experienced, it* use will never b« given up Price 12$ cent* a *2* by K-T PICO* * CO MM-tf DnMM. AUUTIOH BUflB. FIJIfTR* DAVA" ' ' ' " »Y OODDIN * APPKMON. Valuable bkiuk tenement on .* sth BETWEEN BROADBAND GRACE STS AT AUCTION.—WiII bo ooM oa SATURDAY Af ternoon. the 16th day of September, 1854, on tbe nre ■"■oo, onamencing at 5 o'clock, the Brick Tenement oa the Wnt line of sth between Brood and Grace street*, sow in the oocapency of Mr*. Marie p. Lip*, comb, aed immediately in rear of Mr. Elll* Brown'* residence. The Lot front*24 feet, ran* back 130 feet. The honse i a three itorie* high ; ha* about 10 room*, beside* Kltehoa, Stable, tc. Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 3. 6 and 9 month*, for negotiable note*, interest added, secured by a trost deed or title retained. 12 GODDIN h APPERSON, Auct*. FTANDSOME BKIUK DWELLING ON -f A CLAY ST- NEAR CLAY ST. CHAPEL, FOR SALE AT AUCTION —Will be aold on Saturday Af ternoon, the 23d September, 1854, on the paaM*es, commencing at 4i o'clock, tbe desirably located brick dwelling on tbe Soutbaide of Clay, between Madison and Henry atreeta, now in the occnpancy of Mr. E. H. Tnrpin, and onpoaita the residence or S. T. Pnl liam, E*q. The lot front* 30 feet, ran* back 150 feet, to an alley. The houae ha* 7 rooms beaide* kitchen, aß m * we " ® ne '* the yard. Term*: One-fourth caih, balance at 3,6 and B mo*., / u'K'tlable note*, intorcft added, and title retain ed till laat note i* paid *o 12 GODDIN k APPERSON, Aact. CMALL TENEMENT ON MAIN ST., fcJ" AND BUILDING LOTS ON CARY STREET AND PLANK ROAD. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. Will be aold on MONDAY, the 18th day of Septem ber, 18*4, apon tbepremiie*. commencing at 4£ o'clk, "very derirably located LOT, with a email tenement thereon, aituated on the *oath aide of Main street, between l*t and Fouabee (treeLa, (hinting 27} feat, running back of an irregular width 112 feet. After which will be *old a very handaome Building LOT, on tbe north aide of Cary, between Fouthee aad Ad am* street*, fronting 27 feet, running back IS3 feet to an alley; after which will be aold a moat valuable LOT, opporite the residence of Mr. Charles Phillips, fronting oo tho north side of the Plaak Road 52J ft., running back 199 feet to an alley. RThe above real estate ia located in a most Improv ing part of the city, and in a moat reapectable neigh borhood. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 6 and 9 mo*., for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retain ed till last note is paid. se 9 GODDIN k APPERSON, Aueta. Houses and lots in Manches ter, FOR SALE AT AUCTION—WiII be 1 sold on WEDNESDAY, tbe 20th day of September, 1854, npon the premises, commencing at 4$ o'clock, two small framed Tenements in Manchester, at the corner of Bainbridge and Warrington streets, occu pied by good tenant*, at fair rent*. After which, will be aold six very besotiful Lota, (part of the aqnare on which atanda the Farmers' Ho tel,) each fronting 31 feet on the west side of Deoa tur street, running back 130 feet. Terms—One third caah: balance at 6 and 9 months, for negotiable notea, interest added, and title retain ed till last note ia paid. se 9 OODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts. rpRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES- X TATE IN THE COUNTY OF HENRICO.— By virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to the Sub scribers as Trustees l dated sth November, 1853, and admitted ta record m the Clerk'* Office of Henrico County Court on the 2d day of March, 1854, they will, at the request of all partiea concerned, proceed to sell at public Auction, on the premises, on Tues day, the 26th day of September, 1854, at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M., that certain tract of Land mentioned in the said deed as lying in the County of Henrico, above the City of Richmond, and is snpposed to con tain 412 acres, be the same more or less, 'and i* the same land which waa conveyed to John F. Reeve by Powhatan Roberts and Joseph Jackdon, Jr., ex'rs of John Sheppard. deceased, by deed dated sth Novem ber, 1853, and of record in the Clerk's Office of Hen rico County Court; the said tract of land is known as the Homestead tract, belonging H the late John Sheppard of Henrico, and ia about nine milea above the city of Richmond, and ia near to the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, and is regard ed as valuable as well for farming purposes a* for the quantity of pine wood upon it. Terms of Sale.—Cash as to so much of the pro ceeds as will be sufficient to pay about $2,700. and the costs and charges of sale ; and tbe usual credits will be given upon the residue. The Trustees will convey the usual special war ranty. R. R. ROBERTB, i THOS. G. JACKSON, 5 Tn » tee »- Sale conducted by Goddin k Apperson, Auct*. se 5 T>EAUTIFUL FARM, AND COTTAGE JL> DWELLING THEREON, NEAR BROOKE TURNPIKE, SIX MILES FROM RICHMOND, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII beiold on TUES DAY, the 26th day of Sept., 1854, on the premises, commencing at 4k o'clock, the handsome Farm ana beautiful Cottage Dwelling thereon, near the Brooke Tornpike (new Plank Road,) six miles from Rich mond, adjoining the lands of Major Jas. Hill, Cba». C. Lee, Esq. and others, containing b; survey 126] acres, abont half cleared, balance in wood, ana some timber of original growth. The buildings are all new, and are not only ample forthense of the Farm, but the dwelling itself is remarkably well planned and tastefully finished.— The neighborhood is excellent, and the place re markably healthy. The new Plank Road, on the site of the Tnrnpike, will run within a quarter of a mil* of the dwelling. Terms very accommodating, and made known on the day of sale. se 13 OODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts. \7"ERY VALUABLE REAL EBTATE T ON COLLEGE STREET. AND ON VALLEY STREET. FOR SALE AUCTION.—WiII be sold on THURSDAY, the 21st day of Sept., 18M. on the E remises, commencing at 4% o'clock, a most valuable ot on the East side ot Collage street, adjoining the African Chnrch, fronting 30 feet, running back 134 feet to an alley. After which, will be sold a valuable Lot for a gro cery store or dwelling, on the west side of Valley street, between Clay and Leigh streets, fronting 28J feet, running back about 90 feet. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 6 and 9 months for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retain ed till last note Is paid se 13 OODDIN fc APPERSON,Aucts. 3 SMALL TENEMENTS ON SOUTH SIDE OF BASIN, NEAR THE COMBINED LOCKS. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on FRIDAY, the 22d day of Bept, 1854, on the pre mises, commencing at if o'clock, three small framed Tenements on the Sontn side of the Basin, near the bridge over the Combined Locks, fronting on the east side of 10th street, (being a part of what is call ed Hughes' Row ] These Tenements rent at snms which pay hand somely en the amotinc i!i-y vrill litely sell for, and are located in a part of the city where real estate is in great demand. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 6 and 9 months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retain* ed till last note is paid. se 13 PODDING APPERSON, Auct*. VALUABLE HOUSES AND LOTS IN T DUVAL'S ADDITION AND ON LEIGH ST. FOR SALE AT AUCTION —Will be sold on MON DAY, the 25th day of September, 1854, upon the pre mises, commencing at 4 o'clock, the following valua ble Resi Estate, in Duval's Addition and on Leigh street, viz: Ist. The Store and Dwelling at the corner of 2d and Baker streets, now in the occupancy of Mr. W. H. Lankford: also, two new Tenement* in the rear thereof, fronting on the North side of Baker it. 2d. Three very handsome Building Lots on the West side of 2d between Baker and Daval streets, each fronting 30f«et and running back to an alley. 3d. The Brick Tenement on the East side of St. Stephen between Baker and Charity sts., now occu pied by Mr. Joseph Anthony. 4th. The Framed Tenement on the West side of and Fouafiee'street«s, fronting on the Sooth *lde of Leigh street 97 feet, running back 140 feet to an 6tt. Two handsome Lots on the North side of Leigh street, near to Judah'rtteet—one fronting 27} feet; the other 30 feet, running back 124 feet to an alley. Tne above Real Estate embraces some neat Dwell ings, a fine Grocery stand, and several of the most beautiful Lot* in that part of the city where they are located. Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 4, 6 and 9 months, fer negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed, or title retaiaed. .... The sale will take place in the order advertised. se 14 GODDIN k. APPERSON. AucU. I?OR HIKE—For the balance of the year, J. a likely young negro man. who I* a good hand to work In a store, or at almost any other employ ment. Apply to O. H. CHALKLKY, se 13—3t Pen. Ago* and Collector. T IVEBPOOL PINE SALT AFLOAT. -Li Marshall's and Bromilow's brands of nne Salt, in fine order, now landing from ship Essex, direct from Liverpool. ForsaltbT gQ 13—Qt BGHAE&, KOHLEE CO 171 REE PAPERS LOST OB STOLEN. JL Taken from me on the 3d POCKET BOOK, in which were my FREE FAPERB. A li beral reward will bo paid for their return to me or at this otKee. MAAY LIOON, se 13—3t* A free woman of color. T'HE MEMBERS of the Virginia State A Agricultural Society for the city of Richmond, will pi ewe eat I and pay Oieir annual enMcriptlon of one dollar to Mr. EDO. JSACHO, at; hie o«ce. Mr. Kacho i* alaoauthorized toreoeiTe the contribution* of new member*. FILAKK Q. BUFFIN, ae 1-t* Setfy Va- State Agr. Society ffX) COUNTKY MERCHANTS.—-We 1 are now receiving our tfoekof Confectlonariea, Fruit* Nate, Preserves, Faacr Goods, kfc, lie.; and all wiehlag to pnreha*e a freak and good article, and at low prices, will do well to otll at IB BONA VITA k CO., No. 76 Mala «. Candle* manafaetared of Steam-refined Bagar*. ae U No. 120 HORSE POWER STATION AEY Steam Engine end Saw MPI for *ale. A»- py ti DAN DAI DOE It HAST, lWhmoad, or TH. »■ AMOUSQM, jr., AttUtw 01w> f APCHOW gALBS. IDTOI PaYS. Br LAMS A SHINE. VALUABLE FARM IN CHEBTER COUKTY AT AUCTION.-Ou MOW- Jl October, eommeaclag at IS o'clock, M, wewHt Mil at pallia Aaction. that valaable KAKM. to ><5-»-r. Gilbert, situated in Chester .iii Li.* SS***** C®"« Hoase Road, aboot 8 JSRSJ!? RJahwoa*, containing 100 acrea. £0 of timbered M °rtgliiel irowtb, (heiTtty "fallaat Sprta., bEnE ssfiaa&asSfcaS aftwra lara given on appllcatioa to the aabaariWni. rMtle "* I Enquirer pleeae eo* T | M * in **"■ ASSSks highest bidder, on the premises, oa the 20th Septam. bar next, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M if iCr if not, on the next fair day, that valuable tract of Land, lying on Cbiekahominy River, in tha eoanty of Han- QTer, belonging to the eatate of Or. Reaben Mere, dith, dee'd. containing 371 acrea. adjoining the landa of A. B. Timberiake, A. Lumpkin and othera. This Land U eight milea from Richmond, within 14 milee of Allen's Depot oa the Virginia Central Rail road,'and within Smiles of the Richmond and Char lottesville Plank Road, aow being constructed. On the Land is a unaTl frame dwelling, with the other necessary onthonses. This Farm is considered 'one of the most valuable and produetive on the Chickahominy, and in wall adapted to tha growth of corn, oats, wheat and graasL Possession, to seed a crop of wheat, will be given on the Ist of October next, and fall yoseoaalon on the Ist Jannary, 1855. Teams—One-third cash on tha day of sale, and the remainder at 9 and 18 months frem the Ist Jannary, I*S5. with interest—the credit payments to be secur ed by bonds, with aatisfactory security, and a deed of trust oa the premises. Immediately after the sale of the above tract, I will sell a tract of Wood Land, belonging to the same estate, containing 18 acrea, about I mile diatant from the above tract. Term! same as mentioned above. HP" Mr. A. B. Timberiake, the tenant, will take pleasure in showing the Land any person desirous of viewing it. P. B. JONES, Adm'r, with the will _ _. annexed, of R. Meredith, dee'd. Rapid Ann Station, Culpeper, Co.. Va., > ,_ August 15th, 1854. J au 17—dStawSwfcdtds VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND n ? ha *"»deralgned is authorized to nil at public Auction, on Tuesday, the 19th inst, at Rocketts, city of Richmond, Va., the Tool*, Imple ments and Machinery need in the construction of the Ship Lock, belonging to the James River and Kana wha Company. The equipment is complete and well calculated for heavy work, consisting in ifert of— 1 Horizontal Steam Engine, made by J. P. Morriss t Co; 4 Boilers, 13 inch Cylender, .under S feet stroke, in good order; 4 Screw Pumps, 28 to 36 feet long, 3 feet diameter in clear, with centre bearings on friction rollers, and well hooped. A quantity of Rnssia Hemp. 10 inch Cabls for dri ving lands to above—new and half worn. About 15 Derricks, horse and double and single hand geared—Extra Blocks, be, lie., to lift 12 tons. A large assortment of quarrying and catting Tools. About 20 Horses with Wagons, Carry-log Wheels, Harness, Ike., tic., suitable for heavy work. 6 Plat-Boats, various sizea, from 25 tons burthen down. Wheel-Barrows, Picks, Shovels, Crow-Bars, Drills, Blacksmiths' and Carpenters' Tools, ke., ice., com prising a complete assortment of everything neces sary for a heavy Canal or Railroad job, and affording contractors as excellent opportunity to equip them selves for heavy work. D. 8; WALTON, Engineer East'n Div. James River and Kanawha Canal. iy Baltimore Sun, Norfolk Herald, Raleigh Re p?.t.er ', Pete " bl "!! Express and Lynchbg Republican will please cony the above until 18th inst, and send their bills to the "Office of the James River and Ka nawha Company," Richmond, for payment. se 8 B7 ALEXANDER NOTT. A DMINISTRATOK'B SALE.—WiII be rv sold on SATURDAY next, the 9th inst, at the horse lot in the city of Richmond, at 10 o'clock, one Horse and Cart, two Hogs; also a lot of Wheat Straw, now on the plantation of Christopher Saun ders. Persons wishing to purchase will please call on Mr. C Saunders, who will give any information regarding the same. The above property belongs to the estate of Henry Saunders dee'd. CHRIBTOPHER SAUNDERS, Adm r of the estate of Henry Sannders, dee'd. Bale conducted by Alex. Nott, Auct. se 6 POSTPONEMENT—TIie above sale is postponed until SATURDAT, 16th inst. » e 8 ' ALEX. NOTT, Auct. BY THOMAS W. KEESEE, (Office at Geo. J. Samner't, No. 20 Pearl it) LEASE—At Auction, the late resi- M. deuce of Oeorge Charter, dee'd, and at present occupied by Oervus 8. Burton, in the Bowling Green, in the county of Henrico.—l will lease the above Place publicly upon the premises, WEDNESDAY, the 27th inst., at 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, if fair; if not. the next fair day, at the same honr t for three years from the Ist day of January next. The present tenant, Mr. Burton, will give possession in October, if be can procure a house to suit him. At the same time and place I will lease the Lot immediately opposite for the same time: rent to be paid quarterly, and security will be required for the rent—the Lessee to pay the taxes. J. B. KEESEE, Guardian of Oeorgiana L. Charter, and _ „ Attorney for Lucy A. Barton. Thos. W. Keksee. Auet. se 13 BY DAVENPORT, » LLEN it CO. CASES BOOTS, SHOES AND UUU HATS AT AUCTION.—On WEDNES DAY, 4th of October, we will soil at our Auction store, at 9 o'clock— 600 Cases Boots, Shoes and Hats, all fresb and de sirable Kail and Winter Goods, comprising— Gent's fine Calf Boots Women's coarse and heavy Boots and Brogans Boys' do do do do Women's Shoes, of all desirable kinds Children's do do do Bilk Hats; Wrapping Paper ALSO, 2000 prs of Richmond made Brogaes Terms—Under <100, cash; $100 turnover, 4 mot the credit, for approved paper. se 12 DAVENPORT. ALLEN k CO. Aucts VALUABLE property at auc- T TION.—For the benefit of the parties lntere*t ed, we will fell publicly, on the premise* at 4 o'clock* on MONDAY Evening, the 2nd of October, a Lot of gronnd, 22 feet front, and 82} feet deep, situated en the North cide of Main itreet, between 24th and 25tb street*, which ha* on it a two (tor; B RICK HOUSE, used a* a (tore and dwelling, together with a kitch en, fee. Term* at *ale. »e 12 TOLER k COOK. BY LARUS It SHINE. HPRUST SALE OF REAL ESTATE — A Pursuant to the provision* of a Dee<l of Trait executed by John Yarbrough to the robccriber, dated the 9*h day of Angnit. 1842, and recorded in Henrico County Court Clerk'* Office, on the lam* day, for the purpose of lecnring certain *nm* of money therein mentioned, doe to Wm. J. Yarbrough, I *hall on MONDAY, the 25th day of September, 1854, com mencing at 5 o'clock P. M., proceed to cell at public Aertteß-, on the Grit piece of ground hereinafter mentioned, to the highest bidder, for eaah, the in trreitof the *aid John Yarbrough (being one-ninth) in the following real eitn'e, conveyed by aaid deed, to wit: In a lot of ground cou'alning ona acre, with Improvement* and building* thereon, lying ia Hen rico connty, being part of equare No. 44, in A dame 1 Addition, and occupied by J»mee Yarbrough in hi* lifetime; also, in another lot containing one acre, ad joining the lot first mentioned; and in another lot, containing half ace, In or near Shed Town, known as the Brick-Yard Lot, on N and S2d streeta, in Ad ami' Addition. Aeting aaTrtuteo, I shall convey with specie! war ranty only. P. C. LARUS, Trurtee. Sale conducted by Larus k em km, A act*. ae 14—tds BY ALEX. ftuTT. rpRUSTEES SALE OF GUNS, PIS- X TOLS, kc., kc.~By virtue of a dead of traet, executed to me, I shall proceed to aril, oa FRIDAY, 22d of September, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the stock ol Oun«, Pist"l», Pieh'ng and Powliag Tackle, Uc., ke-, now In the store No. lift, Main street. The lerne of the store from day of sals to 20th of September, 1851, will bo sold at 12 o'clock, M. Terms Steele. A. JUDBON CRANE, Tinatae. Ai.kx.Nott, Ajwt. se 14 BY ELI AS HALE, AUCTION AMD COMMISatON MERCHANT, No 116, Maia Stnet. ON SATURDAY EVENING, Septem bar l«th, at 7 o'olock, will bo offered at Auction, a large aaeortment of aeefal aad fancy ertielee, to eloea eoaetgameats eenstatUg In part as follow* Oold aad silver Watebee, cold veet, guard aad fob Chelae, stiver aad aUtad Warn, Cos*be, Buttons, Brash aa, Pins, Haallaa, H«ak* aad E?ee, limk Scissors, Knivaa, Paaey Baaya. Cslegas ft ater. Halt Otia. Paacy Bozea, Dei* Vnar aad aoja rapor, stael Pea* PaaaUa, Mill* Hemmere. fortenaoalaa, Puree*, ka. AUo, a large verlety of Goods too numerous ia sseuHoa. „ othoftaro rasfii Willy U eaia SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO— AUCnOX BALBB tßiibiy: ' ~BM" BY RICHARD CaUTMURM. i < ' AT AUCTKHk-'Thig A (FRIDAY) *«r>. T.VK.S* n*&mk, at my auction stare. I will s.l. a var.it. 11 Fi»r*>t""' e —! t *}p9 * Sideboard sad China Pica, w made Cabinets, two exceTlaat Faatbar Beds, at. - DRY GOODS—AIso, a small lot Of Dry Goods, and ona One piece of Oil doth Oaveilag btfaUM, Wia R. CACTTHORif. Aaat BT THOMAS W. KEEBEE, Offlce at Geo. J. Sumner's. Br. 88, Peart street. A UCTION SALE WITHOUT BE- A SERVE, OF GENTEEL AND DRSIRABLE FURNITURF, CROCKERY, Ac., ke.—The sabecri bera betas about to remove North, will offer at pablic "■f. Friday. 15th September, rawimaaalag at 1* goyh, at their residence oa Bread, cornet of Soooad their entire household goods, caasMag la ° °5.* fin " '•'to fil £ frame lookiag glass, oaa Stove, Bareaaa. Bofre, Washstaada, w «• Q l ** l ™- C»pata, Bedsteads, he* A aJL? Al *> **• ■*»*• ». Maia „ by tha aabaaribar. A. HOBENSACK A TITOS. °* Je <«> be conducted by T. W. KF.EBEE, Aac». UK UUNLOP, MONCUAE A CO. GKOCESrca AT~A uC TI ON.—On m'Stissr"" •"«-»« 80 bbk. Mackerel 20 kite Salmon 50 bond Ch4mp ** ne Wine—superior qaatlty—ia 30 bbla. Stewart's Coffee Suiara. Sperm and Adamantine Candies Teas; Mustard; Candle* Sherry Wines; Port Wlaea, fc.e. ALSO, 25 tons White Mexican Gaano, add to fee aoaal to anv imported. Terms: Under BIM cadi; aver §100,4 moat* credit. DUNLOP, MONCUREkCO ** 13 Auctjoaaers IM GODDIN A APPERBQN. QIXTY-SIX ACRES OF LAND TO BE AT AUCTION, TOGETHER WITH HORSES, CARTS, HOGS, fcc.-Will be sold at public Auction, to the highest bidder, <» FRIDAY. September 15th, 1854, 66 acres of Land, with a com fortable Dwelling, oat-boasea. fcc., situated IS milea from Richmond, on the Plank Road, head of the old Turnpike. There are 20 acrea of cleared Lan™ and the balaace well timbered. There Is also an excel lent Well of Water oa the premises. Aiao, at tha same time, will bo sold, 2 good work Horses, 1 Cart, a number of Hogs, Straw, Farming Utenalla, Ac. Terms—For the Land, one-half cash; balaace six months credit, for approved paper; interest added.— For the Stock, Fanning Utensils, Ac., cash for all rami under $100; over that amoaat 6 months, for negotiable paper. i Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. JOHN JONEB. Bale conducted by Goddik fc Appcrson, A acta. se 11—eod3t» BY TAYLOR fc WILLIAMS. tJEAL ESTATE IN ADAMS' VALLEY IX AT AUCTION.—On FRIDAY, IMb Septem ber, upon the premises respectively, commencing at o o clock P. M., will be sold, two vacant Lou on tbe south aide of Leigh between 14th and 16th streets, fronting 224 and running back 106 feet to an alley. ALSO—A vacant lot on the East ride of Valley at., opposite to the new Ticket Office of Um Central Railroad, fronting 4t feet and raiming back to Fede ral street. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 3 and 6 moe., with interest, and title retained. -12 TAYLOR fc WILLIAMS, Auct#. jtL SPOTT & MILLING, Watch. pTI MAKERS AND Jewellers, Broad Street, Shoekee Hill, take occasion to retarn thanks to their friends and the public, for the liberal encouragement they have received since they commenced business in this city, and to say that they have taken the new gTanite front store, No 216, Broad atreet, a few doors above their former stand, where they are now opening a new and select stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. With an enlarged stock and superior manufacturing accommodations, they are prepared to offer increased inducements to customers. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired as usual and satisfaction warranted. se 14 —lm MUSICAL CARD.—Mrs. A. B. 8. COLE, daughter of the late Prof. Oliver Shaw, proposes taking a limited number of pupils on the Piano Forte and in Singing. Mrs. C. has the pleasure of referring to Prof. Geo. Webb, of Boston, and other distinguished teachers. Sha may be found at the Exchange H"'el afr» r 2d Oatober. se 14—sod4w jgffrhs u. S. MAIL STEAMSHIP ROANOKE leaves on SATURDAY Morning, 16th inst., at 7 o'clock, for NEW YORK, via NORFOLK. Freight received the entire day of Friday, tbe 15th instant. Passengers are requested to be onboard before tbe hoar of departure, 7 o'clock, A. M-, on SATURDAY morning, the 16th Sept. Tickets and berths secured at oar offiee, south side of Baain. Paaaengera taking thia ship for Norfolk, charged the same as by the river steamers. LUDLAM A WATSON. N. B. Shippers are requested to see as before send ing down their freight. li. h W. se 14—2t A CARD. Jgpg * MIBS RACHEL LYON 53 Would respectfully announce to her city and country friends, that she has tsken tbe stand lately occupied by her sister, Mrs C.Phillip (No. 60 Main street,) where, as heretofore, she will be foand prompt iu attending to their orders. Intending going North in a few days for her FALL GOODS, will, oa her re turn, offer an entire new stock of MILLINERY and i FANCY GOODS, Co which she will be pleased to I call attention » I.l—l w 1 TO THE LADIES. m# TOLTHE Subscriber informs hisJ&S customers and the public generally, tbat ha has just returned frem New York with a splendid assortment ef French Goods, consisting in part of FRENCH FLOWERS, PLUMES. «*B BONB, LININGS, BONNETS and MILLINERY GOODS In general, which will be sold on tbe most reasonable terms. City and Country Milliners supplied at tbe lowest rates C. H LOWENTHAL, se 13 Corner of Broad and 3d streets. WM. HOLT RICHARDSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, 14th Street, opposite the Exchange Hotel, Three doors below his old Stand, «4& IS bow receiving his Fall supply II of GOODS, selected by himself in the North f# ern cities, and solicits a call from his frienda iiul tK» ni; Mir se ll—2<r av— MUTiCE. —We uk public atten /CTV tlon to a lot of MULES, Jmt ia from the West, of tbe beat quality; and we will aell tbam aa low aa tha lowaat, on accommodating toruia. aa IS—lt» LEE & OVERLEY. *v_ FAMILY HORSE FOR BALE. One of tbe be* ftaltf Horeea ia Virginia, oniy 5 years old, and trill aland without tying. Also, the nieaat light BUGGY ever Men. Sold only for want of ua. Apply at ae 4—ta EARNEST'S Stable- FOR HALE—Several very ■HUBS excellent aecood-htad fIA N O fl IV ■ nTV FORTES, wHh all tba amdarn 1»- »' 1 »» prwseasanta, at No. 146, Mala at, in the rooms lately oeeaaied by Miania fc Wataoa, aad opposite Kent, hiaa L Kant'a saw stora. ae 14—lm* RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL ROAD. OPEN TO CLOVER—9S MILES. I 'T'HE regular Passenger Train will ran JL dally (ouadaya excepted} between RIC H - MOND and CLOVER. Tbe Train will step for passengers at tha following points only: Mancheetrr, RaMoa'a Caal-field, Torna lawk, Powhatan, Masses. ChWa, Aaaatla C H, Wyaaobe, Jenatag* Ordinary. tlejlokah. Liberty Church, Meberria, JUfaville.lfeake'e Rranch, Over bTl^v"*^m*<id A M. Returaiag Me, half Pr «torVas.ta travelling by tha«eeJvae mast be fwalafc. Ed with two >»■»«. —. **■* ba retaUed la tba oSloa; an<» tt mm* be e» r raart| «a<ed oa the peas that they are peiastttadte gvoa the mm. haMuaH tor Clarke* ille can aneat Messrs Maaa h Pa's Coachaa at IwwM w TniMnya, Thaiedaya ta ClarkevUle «... |6N awU «■ E. MDOHSOM. *—*■ TViVBNPORT, ALLEN * CO.. Aoc- JLr TIOHUU R Commiuion M«*«**T»,asaha liberal adyaacee on eo^MiibrsMßMH. ae >—12t 7"" _ AM D CLOVER BRED.— A 3fl priaae