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I Vide It ater street, Norfolk, and corner of Jfigh and Crawford sis., Portsmouth. TEIiMS OF TIIK NEW KKA. To subscribers, TEN CENTS PER WEEK, pay able to the Carrier, to whom alone they nro re sponsible for the aiuonut due nt the expiration of the week. When sent !ry mail the terms are $5 foi twelve months, $2 50 for six months, $125 for three months. _ TERMS OK Tire OLI> DOMINION, (WEEKLY.) One copy $2 per year—by Mail. By the Carrier, $"3 50. 03“ To be paid in advance. WM. II. I! OS WICK, Draper and Tailor, Crawford Street, next door to the Post Office, Portsmouth, Va. ROBERT BELL., Wholesale and Retail MM and Cap Store, Sign of the Panther, High street, Portsmouth Va. H O (J FF, Chemist, corner of High and Mid • dls streets, Portsmouth, Va. JOHN COCKE CO., Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, High street, near Middle street, Portsmouth, Va. II. II. HODGES & CO,, Booksellers • Stationers, and Dealers in Fancy Goods, at the Post Office, Portsmouth, Va. CHARLES H. IIEI.MTNII, Agent. Drug gist and Aputecary,and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, See., High street, Portsmouth, Va. EI>. HAYNES, Wholesale and Retail Pur • niture Warehouse, corner of High and Mid dle streets, Portsmouth, Va. 17^ IIOFFRIAN. Boot and Shoes Manufiiciur . • er, south of the Market, Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va O T GP11EN JAMES, Wholesale and Retail kJ Dealer in Family Groceries, Wines, See., Mar ket S ;unre, Portsmouth, Va. WILLI AM 15. PITCHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Bools, Shoes, llats, Caps, Trunks, Leather, Linings, Bindings, See., west side Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va. WILLIAM l». ROBERTS, JR., Manufac turer and Dealer in Stoves. Iron, Copper and Tin Ware, &c., &c., corner of High and Crawford streets, Portsmouth, Va. AS. A. SPA Ll)l.\(i, Manufacturer and Dol or in Guns, Hides, Pistols, and every other ar ticle in the Sporting line, Sign of the Mammoth Gun, High street, Portsmouth, Va. WILLS & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Com mission Merchants, east end of High street, Portsmouth, Va. C1 HALL & CO. Wholesale and Retail Hook, J, Stationery and Fancy Goods Establishment, Main street, Norfolk, Va. J WILLS, Wholesale Grocery and Commis • sion Store, Commerce street, Norfolk, Va. WILLIAM REID, Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Store, east side Market Square, Norfolk, Va. Ferguson & milii ado—Lumber, coal, and general Commission business. Wide Water sleet, Norfolk, Va. CHANGE OF PLACE-BOOT «Jc SHOE FACTORY. The Subscriber would respectfully Eu j return bis thanks to his numerous YJ^^acustomcrs, for their continued and me reusing pat roriagc, and inlorin the Low public that he has removed his Facto ry and Snup to BUTTERS’ BUILDINGS on Craw ford Street, just below the Market, where he will at tend to all orders with promptitude and despatch. His stock of LEATHER, as usual is selected with great care, and will he found of the best quality CALL AND THY. He has now employed workmen from Richmond and Philadelphia, who cannot fail to give the most perfect satisfaction, and he trusts that his unremit ted efforts to please will secure him a liberal share of patronage, as all work taken from his Manu factory will be warranted. Two or three first rate Hands, for Roots or Shoes would find immediate and constant employment by applying soon. The most prompt attention give to all orders, and no disappointment. Recollect that the money left in his Establismcnt, is expended in the Town, and goes to the support of our own mechanics, and tradesmen. F. HOFFMAN, Crawford Street. N. B. A few HOARDERS will he taken by Ihe Subscriber, by the year, month or week, on mode rate terms. Jan 20 XaTKV*-'”..~ Rail road notice-tiirougii to WELDON. The Portsmo.uth and Roanoke Rail Road Company give notice to' the travelling public, that their arrangement to carry passengers to and from Weldon is now completed ; Mr. Willis Sledge having placed on the line between Margaretts* iilo and Weldon, North Carolina, a superior FOUR HORSE POST COACH ; which will enable the trav eller at all times to connect with the Wilmington Road, without delay, as follows : Portsmouth to Margarettsvillc, via Rail Road, C3 miles. Margarettsville to Weldon, Four Horse Post Coach, 17 miles Passage to Weldon, - - - - #;5 00 JAMES C. WHITE, July 2 Agent P. & R. R. R. Company. _' V - -t- ■=■=*=*==*=■ PORTSMOUTH <fc R. R- BOA I). --PUB LIC ACCOMMODATION- Connexion Renew ed.—The Subscribers respectfully inform the Pub lic that a Stage Route ha^ been eunbliahc I be tween MargarctUville and Weldon, in connection with the Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail Road, and the Baltimore Bay Line, by which Travellers, will be placed at cither end of the line without delay.— Those persons desirous of taking this most enmfor tatilc and expeditious Route, are assured that they will be subjected to no disappointment or delay, as the carriages and horses arc of the best quality and stock, nr-cr the Stage Travel is but Eighteen Miles, over a hard level road. Travellers by this Route going toor coming from the North, will be conveyed as c heap ns by the City Point Rail Road, and Two Dollar* leas than l,v (lie Route via Richmond, &c., the Fare between Wel don and Baltimore being only $-9 Of). Passengers by this Route will be carried through by day light, thus saving a night’s rest. Arrangements have been made with the different companies, running in connexion with this Line, to insure regularity and despatch. ' WILLIS SLEDGE & Co.. Weldon, July 1945. Proprietors, I* F.W1S K. TIIOMAN. Weal side Market Square, Portsmouth, has in Store, anil offers for sale on accommodating terms, either wholesale or retail, the following articles— 25 hags Laguira, Rio ami St. Domingo Coffee, 10 bbls New Orleans Sugar, 10 bbls Old Rye Whiskey, 10 bbls Common do, , 5 bbls Apple Brandy, 1 pipe. French Brandy, 2 qr casks Malaga wine, 15 boxes No. I Soap, 15 do Candles, Tallow, Sperm and Wax, 5 do Tobacco, 30 bbls Choice Herrings, Gross and Nett, Bacon, (Hams Shoulders and Midlings,) 20 bbls Flour, Family and Superfine. Loaf Sugar, Nails, Cotton Yarn, Fancy Soap, Dinger, Pepper, Nutmegs, Starch, Chocolate and a good many other articles too numerous to mention •n an advertisement. August 2 (A It A W FORD HOUSE, Portsmouth, Va. by J JOHN \V. COLLINS, assisted by J. W. Doyal, who will always be in attendance to render Travel lers and Sojourners comfortable and agreeable. |CjT^l’orlers arc always in attendance, free of char ire. PASSENGERS I1V CARS AND BOATS TAKE THEIR MEALS AT THIS HOUSE. 0C?*Tliis House is so well known to Northern and Southern Travellers, that not one word is necessary to be. said in its praise. To Ladies and Gentlemen, desirous of making a longor short sojourn in Ports mouth, where every delicacy of land and sea can be obtained in the utmost richness and abundance, the Proprietor would state that the House in pro vided with every modern improvement, for the comfort and convenience of his Patrons, while honest and attentive Servants arc always in atten dance. CCJ-Thc STAPLES attached to this popular and extensive. Establishment arc the largest and most commodious of any in Eastern Virginia. Mrs. fanny Godwin , can nccommo . date a few single gentlemen, and a centlo inun and his wife with Hoard, on moderate terms. For her ability to give satisfaction, she would refer to any who have boarded with her Residence on County street, between Court and Dinvviddie sts. Transient Hoarders taken by the day or week. April 24 NOTICE.—On ami af ter MONDAY next, lfitli f5’” instant, the Janies River Steamboats will leave Mr Southgatk’r Wharl daily, (Sundays excepted) at 5\ o’clock in the inorniiur. DICKSON & MALLORY, June 13 Agent*, J. It. S. B. CHANGEOF HOUR. On anl after FRIDAY next, the Ootli instant, and "daily until further notice, tounuays cxecptcn) the BA I/n MORE STEAM PACKETS will leave Hunter’s Wharf, Norfolk, for Baltimore, at 3 o’clock, P. M.. connecting with the James River Steamboats, CURTIS PECK and JEWESS, arriving in time and connecting with the Steam boat and Railroad lines for Philadelphia. JAS. F. HUNTER, Agent, April 23 H. S. P. Co. FOR WASHING TON —PARE REDUCED TO —TliiTStcanuT OS - n CEO LA will li-nvc N'nrfi.lL and Portsmouth every Sunday and Thursday,at 5 o’clock P. M. Returning will leave Washington every Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 o’clock and Al exandria, at half-past 0, A. M. Passage and Faro .s'5. The Osceola will touch at Cone River every Sun day going anil Saturday returning from Washing ton. She will stop at Aquia Creek and all the usual landings on the Poto.i.ac to take off or land Passen gers. JAMES MIMCHF.LL, May 5 Captain. TIIE C,H E VPGST & BEST ROUTE TO TIIE T" VIRGINIA SPRINGS.— r- '*f Thrmi<*h m fhrrr fhitm m!th 60 mites less stage travel than any oilier route. DAILY, (Sunday's excepted.) Tlie Steamers CURTIS PECK, Captain Davis, and JEWESS. Cnpt. Sutton, leave Southgate’s VYharl, Norfolk, at 5^ o’clock, daily (Sunday’s ex cepted) for Richmond, and arrive in due time to connect with the Packet Boats to Lynchburg, lea ving daily at 5 o’clock, P. M., (Sunday’s except ed) arriving in 32 hours, thence hy stages (in day time,) via. Natural Bridge to the Springs ; througn the whole loute from Not folk iti 3 days, without any fatigue, so requisite for invalids. Plissago and Fare through to White Sulphur Springs, meals and lodgings included on hoard of boats from Norfolk to Lynchburg, 011. PASSENGERS FOR STAUNTON. The Packet Boats for Staunton leave Richmond every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock, passengers going to Staunton hy lea ving Norfolk on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in the Jewess, Cnpt. Sutton, will arrive in sufficient time to take this comfortable and ex peditious route, being only 44 miles staging. Pas sage and Fare to Staunton by ‘his route from Nor folk 08, whole expense 08J from Norfolk toStaun ton, 01 25 less than hy Louisa Railroad at 0S. Tickets throughout can be procured on board the River Boats. DICKSON & MALLORY, June 16 Agents, J. R. Steamboats. I^RESH MINERAL WATERS —We take pleasure in informing the public generally that wc have received,and will keep constantly tip during the season, a full supply of “ WHITE SULPHUJfl WATER,” from the celebrated Spring in Green brier County, Va. This water, which has been for several years transported from the White Sulphur Springs, in Greenbrier County, in this State, enjoys great repu tation throughout the United States, and is now very generally used, and its virtues extolled as a remedial agent in bilious diseases incident to a warm climate, dyspepsia, costiveness, jaundice, chronic rheumatism, gout, dropsy, in affections of (lie breast occasioned by disease of the stomach or liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general \ chronic inti unatior of the kidneys and Idadder’ and urethra ; piles, scrofula and eruptions, or other affections of the skin ; ill-conditioned ulcers, mer curial diseases, tec. &c., all of which is attested hy the highest names in the medical profession, anti many others who have for years used this water, both of and when removed from the fountain. S AHA TOGA tV VI ER,from the Congress, Union, Pavillion and Iodine Springsin New York, in quart and pint bottles. CHALYBEATE MINERAL WATER, an active and lasting Tonic. A general view of the analysis of this water, will show that it stands the first in rank of the highly concentrated ” Chalybeatcs,”— consequently it acts as a Tonic, increasing the strength of the system, raising the force of circu lation, giving tone to the dcgislivc organs, aug menting the muscular vigour, and promoting the excretions ; it is of course advanlagConsly employed in those diseases in which Iron is principally used, such ns Amenorrhea, Chlorosis, some stiles of Me norrhagia, fsueorrhea. Dyspepsia, Scrofula and ca rious forms of Chronic Del,Hit,,. *** I lie only Agents for IVm. B. Cai.wcll, pro prietor of the •< White Sulpher Spring,” arc M. A. SANTOS Norfolk, and CfJAS. If. HE1N1TSI1, Agent, High street, 4th door below Middle, July 2 Portsmouth, Va. 'PO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. NEW i YORK TRADE.— l'*ie attention of Country j Merchants is requested to the following cards of j various branches of business, all of whom are pro vided with the best assortments of Goods and Mer chandize from the foreiirn and domes tic markets. They are full.* prepared to supply nil articles needed for the country trade, and on such terms as cannot fall to suit customers either in prices or quality. SILK GOODS. Staple and Fancy Silk (1 iods.* Robert L. Smith & IIknobrson. 176 Pearl street. Peck, Nicholson & Wright, 139 Pearl street, and !)0 Heaver street. George [l Williams, late of Williams, Rankin & Peniman. 24 Exchange Place, opposite the Exchange 3 doors from William street. DRY GOODS. Fancy and Staple I)nj Goads, Hallock. Mount & Hillings, 173 Pearl street,one door above ’’ine street. Hall & Parsons, 49 William street. STAPLE DRY GOODS. Merrbtt, F.lv & Co., Nos. 59 and 52 William st., between Wall and Pine street. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. Douemus, Scydam & Nixon*, No. 39 Nassau street, corner of Liberty street, opposite the Post Office. Ancell & Co., No. 17 William street, between Ex change Place and Heaver street. Cutters & Phelp#, No. 59 Cedar street. Hates & Masterton, No. 26 Liberty street. CROCKERY. French and English, China, Glass and Earthenware. Tuos. F. Field, 101 Hroad street. R. F. Haviland, 8*2 !M liden Lane. H. Stevenson, No. 270 Pearl street, one door from Fulton Bank. - H Ml!)WARE. Hardware, Cutlery, Edge Tools, Ger man and American, comprising every thing in the line. Osborne & Little, 33 Fulton street, opposite the United States Hotel, bct.veen Pe.irl and Water streets. Dhnnistoun &. Disbrow, Sign of the “ Padlock,” 68 Pearl street, near Broad street. Andrew L. IIalsted, No. 7 Platt street, sells only for cash. The cheapest Hardware Store in the City. - HOOTS AND SHOES. H. \\ . & C. F. Howe, 151 Water street, one door from Maiden Lane. DRUGS. French and English Drags, Chemicals, Ess. Oils, Perfumery, Brushes, dye. .tf/so Platina Wire, Plate and Foil. Johnson, Moore & Taylor, 81 Maiden Lane, (up ' stairs ) - DYE STUFFS. Dye Stuffs, Dye Woods, Jleids, dye. William Partridge & Son, 27 ClifT street. FRINGES, &c. Fringe, (limps, Cords and Tassels, Bind ings, Zephyr Worsted, Coat Cords, dye. I). A. Booth, Importer and Manufacturer of all kinds of Trimmings, No. I0D William street. HOSIERY, kc. Ioldies'1 Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Cloves, and Haberdashery, in every variety. Lopes & Qoackinbusii, 2J William street. Suspenders, Gloves, Cravats, Scarfs, Ho siery, Sfc. Caps, Stocks, Linens, Oil Silks, dye. dye. John M. Davies & Jones, lOti William street, cor ner of John. SMALL WARES AND THREAD AND NEEDLE ARTICLES. Schreoder & Switzer, No. 72 William street, up stairs. Importers and dealers in Fringes, Tapes, Robbins, Plated Hooks and Eyes, Needles and Pins, Pearl Buttons, Lisle, Thread and Bobbin Laces, Cottons, Woolen and Worsted Yams, Woolen and Merino Hosiery, with a variety of tailors’ and other Trimmings, kc. TOYS, kc. English, French and German Fancy Goods; Fire Crackers. J. W. Howerton, No. 75 Maiden Lane, four doors cast of William street. FANCY GOODS. French, English and German Fancy Goods, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Brushes, Combs, Fancy Boxes, Jewelry, Toys, dye. William Noyes, 21 Cedar street, up stairs, be tween Petri and William streets. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c. Publishers of Music and Manufacturers of Musical Instruments. F. Rii.f.y & Co., No. 217 Broadway, between Duane and Reade streets. Firth, Hall & Pond, 231 Broadway, corner Park Place, sole agents for Chickcring’s Piano Forts; also, Worcester’s celebrated Pianos. Patent Harp Frame, Piano Forte Manufac tory and Music Store. Glenn, Rogers &. Co., No. 152 Fulton street, cast of Broadway. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Fine Hatches. S. Hammond & Co., of the late firm of Benedict fc Hammond, will continue the selling of fine Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, ai tha old stand. No. -It Merchants’ Exchange. Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Samcei. W. Benedict, Watch Maker? D. Beach, Jeweller, No. 6 Wall street. > STATIONARY, Ur. Wank Books, Foreign and Domestic Sta tionary, &?c. Francis h Loutrel, 77 Maiden Lane. JOSEPH GILLOTT’S STEEL PENS. A complete assortment of all kinds of the above well known Pens, on cards anti ir. boxes, togeth er with a large stock of (heap Pens in boxes constantly on hand. Henry Je sop, importer, II John street, corner of Gold. RICH A LOtITRKf., Importers of French and English Fancy and Staple Stationery, 61 William street, New York. English and French Tissue and Writing Papers; Sealing Wax, W». let's, Steel Pons, Parchment, Inks Fluids, &e._ Msun' ictnrc.-.s ot Account II oks for the trade.— Papers of every description at the manuf ic'nrvr’s prices Domestic Stationery. on Commission. James \. Rich. \Vm. ill, Lovtrki. HRITANNI V AND TIN WARE. Plain and Japanned Tin Ware. Menzies & Brother, 34 Cliff street. CARPETS, &e. Carpet:;, OH Cloths, Hugs, .Mattings, Drug gets, Sfc. Reuben Smith, Jr., 251 Broadway, opposite the Ci ty liall. i IiAM PS, See, Horn's Patent Glass Fountain Lamps for Camphine. Also, Webb's superior Double. Distilled Camphine. J. O. Fay, 13G Fulton street, Sun Building's. PER FUMF.RY. Manufacturers of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Soap, Sfc. Alexander & John Ramsay, successors to NT. Smith Prentiss, sign of the Golden Rose, 15 M li- j don Lane. PRINTING M VTERIALS. Wood Type, Cases, Stands, Furniture, Gal leys, See Also, .Yew and Second Hand Printing Materials. Wells & Webb, No. 32 Ann street. TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY. James Connor & Son, 21 Ann street, corner Nas sau street. CAPS. Hal, Cap and. Fur Store. N". B. Wilbur & Co. No. 85 Maiden Lane. IRON SAFES. Manufacturer of Wilder's Patent Salaman der, warranted free from dampness. Silas C. Herring, 139 Water street. RAZOR STROPS. Manufacturer o f the Celebrated Magic Ha- i -or Strop of Four Sides. L. Chapman, 102 William street. Sold at Manufacturer’s prices, by all the Hard- i ware and Fancy Goods Importers—prices reduced j 33J per cent. PAPER W \RE HOUSE. Commission Paper Ware House. Eitohse Ely, 71 Fulton street, New York. .July 21 SECOND HAND PI A NOS.-We have two ^/ excellent PIANOS, nearly new, which wo will • either sell or rent at an uncommon low price, in order to make room lor t new splendid Pianos hourly exported by the i schooner Wave, Capt. Rogers, one of which is Rose '■ Wood, highly tinishod with all the extra keys, harp 1 pedal, and with the iron frame. ' ! Another of Rose Wood without the iron frame. Another of Mahogany, cross bounded with Rose ! Wood, all the extra keys, finished in the best man- I ner. Another of Mahogany entire, this has all t he ex- I tra keys and harp pedal. For the above we have India Rubber Covers. For sale hy C. HALL & CO. April 30 QTA RR’S CA M PHINE LA MPS.-After a j X ‘ "r trial of W. II. Starr’s Patent Camplimo Lamps, I am convinced they have no superior, if brilliancy and economy be considered. Being anx- 1 iou? to afford as much light as possible to the Pub lic. I have consented to act as Agent for the man • ufacturer. I have received a variety of the above, LA Ml’S, to wit: .Side, Hanging, and Parlor LAMPS, of beautiful patterns, which I will st II at the m um lecturer's prices. In many part-, of the city of ' New York these Lamps have superceded the Gas ^ight._(July 7) WILLIAM REID, Norf.dk. w SEEK i : i' DINE \ N KS. TARRANT’S COMPOUND. A pleasant, safe and certain cure for all cases of C,******** rtn,| (;*****. J In consequence of the many useless Mixtures and Pills re commended for these trouble some complaints, it is neces sary publicly to announce that this preparation is the |best known for the immediate removal of these diseases.— ‘Tarr ant’s Compouju.’ cures where Pills, Drops, Elcc’ua ries, Copaiba, Nitre and Har lem Oil will have no effect.— It is therefore recommended . — — as (he first remedy to be tried in all cases, for when recent, ONF. BOX GENE RALLY PRODUCES A PERMANENT CUKE. It is put up in a neat portable form, tasteless, and does not impair digestion. %,* To prevent mistakes and to procure the Gen uine, it is sold only by bis regularly appointed Agents, M. A. Santos, Norfolk, and at the Drug Store, High street. 4 doors below Middle, ny CHAS. II. HEINTITSfl, Agent, (Member of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Chemistry.) A fresh supply of Copaiba Capsules,—Also, Pre mium Capsules, warranted : Pure Copaiba Balsam and Oil Cubebs. July 3| Rectified wood naphtha.-tims having recently corne into use in London ns a remedy for I urbervttlous Consumption, an l very favorable and happy effects having resulted from it, has induced the subscribers to have some of it prepared with great rare, perfectly pure, and high ly rectified, in order that n fair trial may he made > of its merits. This is warranted to ho the article so highly re- ! commended by Or. Hastings (Physician to the I l ice Dispensary London.) in his statement pub lished in the London Lancet, when he cautions per sons using it to be sure and procure this kind, as an impure arli< lc (or Coni Tar Naphtha) has pro dtired the most unpleasant and dangcrou* efTecls. It has been used by many of our most eminent Phy sietans, with decided success, AVtc York, .Ian. 1st. HI6. RUSHTIN & CO. Nie above articlo of Naphtha just received and for sale by HENRY MUFF, July 12 High street. IV’VI \ 111 BOB \ D TIMS! I , you mayfind something to please you, that is • hat 1 am determined to sell my Guns, Pistols, Powder Flasks, Shot Mags, and every article in the Sporting Line,cheaper than ever, and if yon want to bo fitted out with a new Gun and Apparatus just call at the Sign of the Mammoth dun, where yon ran also have your Flint Gon turned into Percussion, or any other work requirertto bo done in the Guns mith line. So don’t forget one Door Fast of the Did Dominion Office, if you want bargains. Pec ,T. A. SPALDING. TBACOfV V vD LARD. 10.000 11m BACON I> llog Round, 6,000lbs F.xtra Hams 60 keg* No I LARD, just received from Southampton County, i for sale by WILLS & CO. June \% SCernta oc gijitoertfefttg. One square one insertion,.$;() 50 One <lu two do. () 75 One dp three do. 1 00 One tip one week. 1 75 One di'i two weeks. 2 75 One do one month. 4 00 One do* two month-*. 7 00 One do three mouths. 10 CM) Ona tlo six months. lfi 00 One <!*> p* r year,. 30 0l> -.)*Twelve linen ar lees make a square; longer ones charged in proportion, tad are to be paid for iu advancc. Advertisements ordoi erl in only once or twice a week, will be charged 50 cents per square for the lirst insertion, and 3'l\ .;cuts for each subsequent insertion. win. h. i»rrriii-:u SI las received t his day 300 pair more of those Morocco Slippers and Ties, 62’, cent--, wtu tli 75 cents. Also 3 or -100 pair for 50 cents. Misses Mo S. rocco Slippers and Ties, for tho low price <>( 62.; cents, goo*I quality. Children’s SI10 -s of all qualities. 100 paii of Men’s Nuv v Tics, first rate article. 5lt n s f ino Dress Hoots anil Bootees of tlie best quality. 5 splendid lot of Leather Trunks, Valises, Car pet Hag*, and all oth-1 articles usually kept in a complete Shoe Store. \VM. If. HITCHER, 55 est side Crawford street, July Sign of the Rig Boot. | NI) stILL, TIIE V COE '■ \nother fresh -i supply of DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Gum Ooium, Oil Lemon, oil Bsr-ritnot, l’ulv Rad Rhei, Radies Rhei, (Turkey,) “ Senega, Gum Arabic, Opt. Harlem Oil, (genuine,) direct from the importer. Cochineal, Kreosotc, Hals.1 m Copaiba, pure, Calomel English, Vanilla (leans, superior. For sale by Jtrfy 12 HENRY BUFF, High street. FUST RECEIVED* Harper’s I'* torial Bible; •i No. 33 and 31, ‘25 cents, The Breach of Promise, a Novel, by the author of the Jilt, 25 cents, No. 7 Encyclopedia of Domestic Economy, 25 cents, Praise and Principle, or for what shall 1 live, by the author of Conquest and Self Conquest. 1 l*c Parsonage ol Mora, by Frcdcrika Bremer, 25 cents. No. 59 and GO Illuminated and Illustrated Shakes peare, 25 cents, No 15 5Vandcring Jew, Harper edition, for sale 1> Aug 5 C. HALL fe CO. JUST RECEli i'A) the following valuable preparations, warranted jmre and genuine, and manufacture I by the most noted and experienced Chemists. ( itiale iron & Quinine, Sulphate quinine, Extract Quinine, Citrate Iron, Incline, Oil Black Pepper, Piperiue, Chloride Zine, Morphia Sulphas, Iodide. Sulph. Do Kerri, Do Dead, Chloride Iodine, Cinchonine* l’ota see Hydriod, Potass t'yanurct, Wood Naphta, Morphia Acetaa. ;* ire?n supply oi healthy SPANISH LEECHES. For sale at the Drug Store, Ilighst.. 1 doors below Middle. ! I CH VS. II. IIE1NITSII, DON’TCOM PLAIN A V MORE.—Choice SHAVING CREAM. If you wish to obtain a fine and rich emollient Inilier, without which no one can shave with comfort, try “ HENRY’S CHI NESE SII WING CREAM,” prepared by A. H. & D. Sands & Co., New York. A shaving that makes the skin smooth, and tho beard soft, is extremely valuable (o those with ten der faces. Henry’s Chinese Shaving Cream pos sesses a double quality. It not only softens the beard hot heals all cuts and eradicates those littlu pimples which render shaving so unpleasant to some. Its emollient powers cannot be too highly praised. It gives a pleasant feeling to the skin af ter the raz .r has done its duty, and leaves it smooth and free Inun blemish. A better compound was never invented or offered for sale. For sale at the Drugstore, Hiji st., 1 door? bdow Middle. July 11_CHAS H. HEINITSH. Agent, SUN DRIES. 10 qr casks Malaga VVinc, 5qrcasks French Brandy, 2 pipes Holland Gin, 27 boxes Chalk Pipes, 100 bags Green T.aguira Coffee, £9 do do Rio do Lo Idids Prime P R. Molasses, just received per schr Kimpton, for sale by ly 29 WILLS & CO. IV TOLL, COOKS.—We have received by tho Pr,('l<''1» Barnes’ Explanatory note3 on the Epistles of SI. Paul, New Facts in Mesmerism, The Seeress of Pre vost, being revelations concerning the inner life of man, communicated by Juslimus Kerner, chief I hysioian at VVeinsbcry, translated from the Ger man by Mrs. Crowe, John Kongo, The Holy Coat of Treves and tho new German Catholic Church, Westward Ho ! a novel, by James R. Paulding. H irper’s Pictorial Bible, No. 31, Encyclopedia of Domestic Economy, No. 6, Dictionary of Practical Medicine?, part 9, Nevilles of Garret-town, a tale of 1760, No. 5 Wandering Jew, No. 13. July 9 VV. H. II. DODGES Si CO To the PUBLIC. WILLIS’S LETTERS I FROM EUROPE—A NEW FEATURE—THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY MIRROR. K Terms of subscription for the daily paper six dollars ./or the. weekly paper three dollars per annum. In consequence of the trroat success of the daily Evening Mirror—its wide spread popularity—its recent rapid increase—the constant demand fr the hack numbers—and the additional value it will soon receive from a series of original Letters Irotn Lon don, I an* nnd St. Pctersburifh, by X. p. Willi* who has gone, abroad for the express purpose of es tablishing (.exclusively far this journal,) a foreign correspondence that can scarcely tail to interest all classes of readers, the publishers will, in com pliance with muiy requests, make such arrange moots as to enable new sub cninEus to commence (her subscription, either to the daily or weekly na per with the first number of Mr. Willis’s letters. the New-1 ork II rrkfy Mirror Is a diversified entertaining, instructive and valuable chronicle of the times, or family newspaper, (in a form for nnding into one or two volumes at the end of the year ) upon which neither labor, time, (..lent nor money will be spared. It will be hereafter enrich ed with original contributions-the life, spice, and spirit of the lorcign journals-and contain nil the news intelligence and variety of the daily ‘ cl handsomely printed online paper, (manufactured for the express purpose.) of u larger size than the Evening Mirror and will continue to he published at the exceedingly low price of THREE dollars per annum, payable in advance. This will place the New-York Weekly Mirror within the reach of per sons <>f taste, and at the lowest rates at which such a journal cm possibly be published. Post masters and others forming clubs, will be supplied with FOUR copies for ten dollars. 11 11 /hr ."\rw-York tl'eekty Mirror will be forwarded with the utmost punctti slitv by the earliest mails every Saturday, to any part of the United States’ or tiie Canada' A new series of the Mirror Library, has hern re cently■commenced will, the publication of Willis’. 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