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Wide Water street, Norfolk, an'/ corner oj High and Crawford sisPortsmouth. TERMS or THE NEW ERA. To subscritMtrd, TEN CENTS PER WEEK, pay able to the Carrier, to whom alone they are re* sponsible for the amount due at the expiration of the week. When sent by mail (he terms arc $5 for twelve months, $2 50' for six months, $125 for three months. _________ TERMS OF TUB OLD DOMINION, (WEEKLY.) One copy $2 per year—by Mail. By the Carrier, $2 60. ((CjhTo be paid in advance. WM. R- BOSWICK, Draper and Tailor, Crawford Street, next door to the Post Office, Portsmouth, Va. oilBRT BELL, Wholesale a^Retail Hat and Cap Store, Sign of the Panther, High street, Portsmouth Va. HBUPPj Chemist, corner of High and Mid • dls streets, Portsmouth, Va. JOHN COCKE Si CO., Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, High street, near Middle street, Portsmouth, Va. WII. H. HODGES Si CO., Wholesale and • Retail Dealers in Books. Stationery and Fancy Goods, Crawford streo'. Portsmouth Va. CHARLES If. HEIMTSH, Agent. Dri^ gist and Apotecary.and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, High street, Portsmouth, Va. Ip I). HAYNES, Wholesale and Retail Fur* Li* niture Warehouse, corner of High and Mid dle streets, Portsmouth, Vn. Ip HOFFMAN. Boot and Shoes Manufactur- j • er, south of the Market, Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va_ STEPHEN JAMES, Wholesale arid Retail Dealer in Family Groceries, Wines, &c., Mar ket S unre, Portsmouth, Va. WILLIAM B. PITCHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes. Hals, Caps, j Trunks, Leather, Linings, Bindings, See., west side i Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va. Vx/'ILLIAM D. ROBERTS, JR.. Manufac VV turer anil Dealer in Stoves, Iron, Copper and Tin Wnre, &c.., kc., corner of High and Crawford I treets, Portsmouth, Va. AS. A. SPALDING, Manufacturer.u.d Dc.l er in Guns, Rifles, Pistols, and every other ar ticle in the Sporting line, Sign of the Mammoth i Gun, High street, Portsmouth, Va. WILLS St CO., Wholesale Grocers and Com- j mission Merchants, east end of High street, i Portsmouth, Va. C II ALL & CO. Wholesale anil Retail Book” J • Stationery ami Fancy Goods Establishment, Main street, Norfolk, Va. J WILLS, Wholesale Grocery and Commis* • sion Store, Commerce street, Norfolk. V;>. WILLIAM REID, Wholesale iuid Retail Hat and Cap Stoic, east side Market Square, Norfolk, Va. IAERGUSON & MILIIAD > ..ibur* Coal, and general Commission business. Wide Water steed, Norfolk, Va. NOTICK.—On and af ter MONDAY next. 16th ' instant, the Janies Rivi r i Steamboats will leave .Mr. Southgatk’s VV'harl itaily, (Sunday* excepted) at ■5i o'cl’ick iu the inoruiny. DICKSON & MALLORY, June 13 Agent*, .1. R. S. H. CHANGEOF IIOUK On and alter FRIDAY next, the 25th instant, and 'daily until further notice, (Minuays exocpten) trie BA LTIMOIt E STEAM PACKETS will leave Hunter’* Wharf, Norfolk, for Baltimore, at 3 o’clock, P. M., conncctimr witli 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 B. S. P. Or.. FOR WASH IN G _ TON —FAREREDUCED * TO §:(>.—Tliegieamer OS I CEOLA will leave Norfolk ann rorumouin every nunciav ann i nursuny, at r> o’clock P. M. Returninar will leave Washington every Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 o’clock and Al exandria, at half-past 9, A. M. Passage and Fare So. The Osceola will touch at Cone River every Sun day going and Saturday returning from Washing ton. She will stop at Aquia Creek and all the usual landings on tho Poto.. ac to take off or land Parseii gers. JAMES MIMCHELL, May 5 Captain. Til E (.’IIEA EE.VI _ best route to the VIRGINIA SPRINGS.— r* 'Ihrough m three dau*, with oil miles less singe travel man any other route. DAILY, (Sunday's excepted.) The Steamers CURTIS PECK, Captain Davis, and JEWESS, Capt. Sotto*, l.-avo Southgate’s „ Wharl, Norfolk, at 5$ o’clock, daily (Sunday's r*. ccptcd) for Richmond, and arrive in due lime to connect with the Packet Boats to Lynchburg, lea ving daily at 6 o’clock, I’. M., (Sunday's except ed) arriving in 32 hours, thence bv stages (in day time,) via. Natural Bridge to the Springs ; througn the whole loute from Norfolk in 3 days, without any fatigue, so requisite for invalids. Phssagc and Fare through to White Sulphur Springs, meals and lodgings included on board of boats from Norfolk to Lyncnburg, «$ )4. PASSENGERS FOR STAUNTON. The Packet Boats for Staunton leave Richmond every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 6 o’clock, passengers going to Staunton by lea ving Norfolk on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in the Jewess, Capt. Sutton, will arrive j in sufficient time to take this comfortable and ex I peditious route, being only 44 miles staging. Pas- ] aage and Fare to Staunton by ‘his route from Nor folk 3d, whole expense 38$ from Norfolk to Statin ton, jj'l 25 less than by Louisa Railroad at $H. Tickets throughout can he procured on lroard the ‘ River Boats. DICKSON & MALLORY, _Ju ne 16_A gc n ts. J. R. Steamboats. Drugs and medicines, paints OILS. WINDOW GLASS, DYE STUFFS ! he.— By recent arrivals from Northern Cities the subscriber is put in pos«usston of a complete as- ! •ortmont of DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS OILS, WINDOW GLASS, DYESTUFFS hr.., to which he invite# the attention of the public f’en- ! erally. Purchaser# wishing to obtain article# in hts line of business, would do well to give him •. i call before dealing elsewhere. The following comprise# but a small portion of i bis assortment, viz : Aqua Atntnon, “ Fort,” Ammon Carb ; Arpowroot, *• Bermuda,” Alcohol, Borax, Biybcrry Bark, Peruvirn Bark, best; Gum Opium, Gum Camphor, Gum Benzoin, Roll fluphur, Dover Powder, Calomel, *« English and American,” Jalap, Ipecac, Epsom Salts, Lemon Syiup, Syrup Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry Bark, Vanila Beans, Musk " in grain,” HEN It Y BUFF, Druggist ami Chemist, High Street. Attention sportsmen i v « will find a complete supply of POWDER & SHOT, assorted sizes. Also Percussion Cans and Flints, 6 keg# of F, FF, h FFF Powder, 100 bag# Shot from I# to 10a. A 1.80, 10 bbla New Family Flour, 10 noxe# Family Soap, 10 hbl# Lord and Sperm Oil, T BROOKS, Jr, A og 25 West ride the Market. BV A. F CUNNINGHAM. | _ "ONWARD.. ~ TvOlT^T-'-NO. 74. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1845 —m—m-mmm—mmmmmMMM—m—m ————___ _ (1RAWPORD HOUSE, Portsmouth, Va. I>v J JOHN \V. COLLI NS,assisted by J. \V. Doval, who will always be in attendance to render Travel ler* and Sojourners comfortable am! agreeable. IC3* lJoi levs arc always in attendance, free of charge. PASSENGERS 11Y CARS AND BOATS TAKE THEIR MEALS AT THIS HOUSE. fcJ-This 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 longer shortaojourn in Ports mouth .where every delicacy of land ami sea can beobtained in the utmost richness and abundance the Proprietor would state that the House is pro vided with every modern improvement, for the comfort and convenience of his Patrons, while honest and attentive Servants arc always in atten dance. 00-The STABLES attached to this popular an ! extensive Establishment are the largest and most commodious of any in Eastern Virginia. Mils. FANNY GODWIN, can accommo date alow single gentlemen, and a gentle- j man ami his wife with Board, on uiodcrntc terms, i For her ability to give satisfaction, she would refer ; to any who have hoarded with her Residence on County street, between Court and Dinwiddie sts. Transient Boarders taken bv the day or week. April 24 N^EW BOOKS !—CHEAP publications, received and tor sale at the puolishcrs prices, i hy C II ALL & CO. Agnes Merle, ;t novel, by Miss Ellen Pickorin" 25 cts. Marriage, a novel, by the author of Destiny. &c. 25 cts. The Sweeties in Prague, or the Signal Rnekut. | Sketches of Napl-s.'l.y Alex. Dumas, translated , from the k'leneh, 25 cts. The Bosom Friend, by the author of the (iamb t ler’s Wife, Ac.., 25 cts. Zoc. the History of Two Lives. 25 ets. The Maid of Honour, or the Massacre ofSt. Bar tholomew, 25 cts, Wyoming, a Tale, *25cts, Vcronci,,or the free lourt of Arran, 25 cts, George Barnwell, a novel, by T S. Sorr, 25 cts, I History of ullChrisli,ui sects and denominations, 37 els, Re-publication of the Penny Magazine, equal to j the English edition, at only 25 ets, Mrs. Ellis’s House Keeping nude easy, or com plete Cookery Book, at only 25 cts, Tales from the German, 12 cts, 1 he Parsonage of Mora, bv Miss llremcj*, 12 cts, 1 Look to the End, hv Mrs Ellis, 12 ct-, A Bowl of Punch, with 70 engravings, 50 cts, Helen Iialsey, a tulu of the borders, by Simms, ■ 25 cts, J The Deformed, a novel, hy the author of Mount ; Soicl, 25 cts, In 27 volumes, neatly bound, a convenient sir excellent finish of the best edition ever vet publish ' cd of the Waver|y Novels, for sale cheap, The Forget Me Not, f-r IKfG. Downing s Fruits and Fruit Tices of America, third edition. Love 'Match, designed to illustrate the various j contli< ling influences which sprang (ruin the union . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Todd, with illustrations, 7,0 ' cts. The above with many other new Works received i anti for sale by •s' ;> 29 ■ c. H \ LL & CO. V\/ now receiving a largo assortmciit ol j * * NE\\ GOODS, fiom England and Fru'n#*e, | and also Goods from the North, to which wc invite i the attention of the Public. The following Gouda j are to be found at C. HALL & CO’S. - cases of that superior Cologne, imported by Hull & Co. •I casks Day & Martin’s Real Japan Blacking, 3 casks Stevens’ superior Ink for st« el pens, 1 package of the most celebrated Steel Pens, 2 casks Walden’s Ink, Jet Black. 2 casks Maynard & Noyes’ Ink, in glass bottles, 3 doz Russet Leather Port Folios, do with lo- ks, 1 doz Bolchurc Writing Desks, port,liable with Man dies, 40.000 English Quills, 10,000 do cheap Pt n-sia, 2 rases of cheap Hand I, mt herns, 2 gross of the English Cocoa Paste, 4 doz Log Slates, wi h Hinges, 24 reams superior Nankeen Envelope Paper, 5.000 rolls of Paper Hanging, new patterns, 500 rolls Borders, wide and narrow. 4 cases English Slates, 30 lbs English Wafers. 5 gross of best English Black and Lead Prnri!«. 30 setts, in cases of Rogers' superior Dinin-' Cut lery, 1 case of Marine Barometers, Sympasomctcrs and Thermometers, A large and beautiful variety of Lamps with all the late improvements, 200 Passage Lamps, at prices from ‘jt I 50 to S’10, A full supply of Rending Lamp*, of the most ap proved form, sons to give a bright light, and t<> shade it from the eyes, A variety of elegant Tea and Coffee Urns, Roll up Shaving Case* for Travelling, 4 eases of Low’* English Windsor .Soap, A supply of Handsome Foolscap Check Paper. F"o C. HALL It CO [ SECOND HAND PIANOS, We have two I O excellent PIANOS, nearly new, which wc will | either sell or rent at an uncommon low price, in ' order to make room for 4 new splendid Pianos hourly expected bv the | schooner Wave, Capt. Rogers, one of which is Rose Wood, highly finished with all the extra keys, harp 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 ner. Another of Mahogany entire, this has all the ex tra keys and harp pedal. For the above we have India Rubber Covers For sale by C. HA LL & CO. April 30 FUST received the following NEW BOOKS, No«. 30 and 37 Harper’s Illuminated and New Pictorial Pible, No- 63 Shakespeare, ** :,ud 10 Domestic Economy, The White Slave, Beecher’s Ecoaomy, No. 1. Cosmos, For sale by Srp9____C HA EL k CO. AND ROPE.—50 pieces Kentucky 50 Coils Rope, for sale, low by _ WILLS * CO Iwo 'Vr"':* Stmerfor lulv H,N*oju*t received ahd for sale at the juty iz Medical Emporium, High *f. WM. »*• I’lTCHBK (r~1 Has received thin day 300 pair more those Morocco Slippers and Tie«, »<t»W-v cents, worth 75 cents. Also 3 or 400 pair for 50 cents. Misses Mo rocco Slippers and Tics, for the low price ol #>->' cents, ffnod quality. Children’s Sho-s of all qualities. 100 pair of Men’s Navy Ties, first rate article. Men .s f tne Dress Hoots and Bootees of tile best quality. A splendid lot of Leather Trunks, Valises, Car pet Bairs, and all other articles usually kept in a complete Shoe Store. \VM. B. PITCH KR, H cat side Crawford street, _*U*y -->f) s go of lie- Biff Root. \ WD ST I Isis I H KH COM EI Another fresh - * supply Ol DRUGS AM) MKDICINKS. Gum Opium, Oil Lemon, Oil Her r.unui Pulv Had Uliei. ” Radies Uliei, (Turkey,) “ Seiiejfa.Gmn Arabic., Opt. Harlem Oil, (ffenuine.,) direct from tile importer, I ( O'llUVSlI, Kreosote, Balsam Copaiba, pure, Calomel Knifliali, Vanilla Beans, superior. For sal ) by July >3_ HKNRY BUFF. Httrli street. ■toganai propose to commence, with the next srs sioo or Congress, a weekly publication under the above title, to continue through the whole seasi >n, at the unprecedented loic j»,re of FIFTY CEVTS, DIIFdV AGE?1"*^01* 1 Vo*u,nc ot ^ 11 U.N It will contain a faithful and imoarti il record o l'0'»i Houses ol Congress, the. gist of all important spe chcs which may be delivered, &c.., &c. The most competent reporters will be employed, and tinlhiiisr shall prevent it |,«inir made worthy of the patronage of the public generally. The Journal will endeavor, in its records, to do justice, in both parties, so that both parties will feel allowed to pat ronise the publication. It being the long session, j as it is called, the volume, will contain at least 5.)l) I pages; each number will contain sixteen pages ,,| : solid matter, which will enable the puhiidicts t > «giv, all the proctodings worthy of being preserved j in book form, for binding and future reference_j ’I lie exceedingly low terms will place it within the! reach ol all ; the publishers hope that their friends ! will use their exertions in obtaining aub- i ib-rs THEOPMlI.l/S FISK. JMssh E DOW. WASHIMOTOy. AltgU*l 12. 1845 Sen 16 /^HEAP SffOBS. -1 hive now on hand i case ol Seal Spring Heel T’“« lr:A ' 1 - — - olT rapidlv at 5) cents a p will mi's a bargain. Aug 2d \\r If. H. HODGES CO., have just ,c V» . reived the following NEW MUSIC. The celebrate.! Rivce Waltz, The Mill, r’s Maid Waltz, ll .xcmeyer’s Gran.I Ma-c'.i. Iv.vc Not Walt/, The Three Sisters Walt...-*, I’m still tliinc own, i>y J. If Hewitt, ’* We’re out ur>oii the Moonlight Wave,” Castle Gatdcn or Mmark’s Waltz, Low waved the Summer Woods, Sutton’s Quickstep, “ Here’s a 1 leal h to thee Mary," Celebration Quickstep, The Gnhriclla Waltz. ! Pinc» Point iltz, “ Let us lovo otic another,* Mary of Argyle, " When slumber's pinions over tne play.” ‘•Sweet is tin* thought, the Promise Sweet.” "Hark! Hark! the Soft Bogie.” Woman’s Heart, Amid Hie Greenwood smiling, An elegiac, impromptu Fanu.iid, by II. P. Hcini tch. The Bridal B.-lls, Beeswings &. Fish, l>y Deilmnn, The Hunter’s Snug, hv Gustave Blcssner, The Hunter’s Wife, by II. C. Ball, I ite Last Song of Shi bos, The Harlem Waltz, •* lie never said be loved,” The. Captive Knight, for the Guitar, Cumberland Girards’Quickstep, Cuba Match, Columbia, the Land of the Brave, Could I hush a father’s sigh. Cape May Gallnp.tdc, Culesiina Waltz, Chateau on Espagne, Come. Come Away, a social glee. My G-llant Love returns, March D’Ainaz.nca. Flower of Home Waltz. Rose Gcranctim Waltz, 1 Lilly of the valley Waltz, Last Greeting, Potomac Wai’z, j ‘• I hasten to the shade of thy Bower,” Tyrolean Melodies Am* 12 ' VJ EW A N I) VA LIT A BLE BOOKS j sire IN ceivutl by W. H. H. HODGES & CO, Introductory Lectures on Modern Hi-torv, hv ; Thomas Arnold, D. D. Professor of Modern Histo ry in the University of Oxford, and Head Master j <>l Rugby School—edited from Second London edi- ! tion. with a preface an I notes, by Henry R.-.-d, M. j A., Professor of English Litciature in the Uni’vcr -lily i I Pennsylvania. Reed fi Dictionary of the English Language, con mining the pronunciation, etymology a rl explan* non ol all ‘.voids authorized by eminent writers; to which arc added, a vocahularly of ihe roots of F.ng- I iish wotds. and an accounted list of Greek, Latin ! and Script me, pi oper names, hy Alexander Red,’! A. M , author ot ” Rudiments of English Compo- • sitton,” tic. ! History of Germany from the earliest perio ! to the. t r.sent time, by Fred rick Knlilrausch, Chief Counsellor of tlic board of education of tin- Kin" i dom of Hanover. Sen 2<f i QT A U R \S c A XIMII.M: F. \ M | »s. A he, a lair trial ol W.II. Starr's Patent Cainplnn Lamps, lam convit-ccd they hivo no superior, if! ’triliiancyand economy he considered. It. mg anx- : ions to afford as much light as possible to the Pub- j Ik , I iUVi! consented to «ict a..* Accent for tiie in in • nfacturer. I have received a variety of tin; above LAMPS, to wit: Side, Hanging, and Parlor LAMPS, of beautiful pattern*, which I will 91II <il the manu- : lecturer’s prices. In many part-, of the city of; New York the.se Lamp* h.ve superceded tin-Gas I.iglit. (July 7> WILLIAM REID. Norfolk. DBCTIFIGD WOOD NAPHTHA hi Air having recently come into uhc in I^mHon ! a remedy for 1 urbcrculou* t*onr;*i*np(ion. and very favorable and happy effects having resulted from j it, ha; induced the subscribers have some of it ! prepared with great care, p.-rfcctly pure, and high- j ly rectihcd, ut order that a fair tiial may be made I of its merits. J I bis is warranted to he the article so bh*hlv re- I commended by Dr. Has(|ng, (physician to the! free Dispensary Is,,,don.) ... his statement pul, Iishcd in the London f^nncct, wh#n hf* caution* per sons using it to Ik- sure and procure this kind, as an impure article (or Coal Tar Naphtha) has pro duced the, m»*t unpleasant and dangerous r. fleet*. It has been used hy many ofour most eminent Phy stetans, with decided success. jVtw York, Jan. 1st, 1846. Rt'SlITIN & CO. ( he ahovo article of Naphtha just received and for sale by HENRY HUFF. July -_ _ High str.-.-t, pBROfBfMON WOOD WANTED 1 30 <Klfd 5°°r PKuF,JV,MON either in l"«" or for which a fair cash price will be I given. Apply to GIlAS. FI. HF.IMTSH ! Drug Store, High st., 4th door below Middle. Aug 28_ RMivedffor^o'by 1’ h**' Prl,n# GrcenTjust^- j ■^P22 WILL# It CO. K( llOOL J OR YOUNG I, V DIRS. Ports < inoVlr’ ,>lr3- COMEGVS. intends tu..pen a.‘for Knardiuij and Dav Pupils in Uie low., "i t oruinondi, coimnem-in<r Mo\i>\y. tin- Gtli of Oriot.ei , next, and closing the last uf July. She* W"J endeavor. by tlx* most earnest exertion” to I i ce ijd ii.ir ioter as Insfli as ili.it of ativ oilier K. - ! m ile School in tlx; (Muutrv. The extent of the : * Hie thorotisrhnessof the instruction '■m.. .ii.; hopes, render it mineoc.su v for any „f h1 1 . 1 Ix.j.ir, I , seek, elsewhere, ill.- complet on of i n tr education ; and every facility will be atf. re.I lein in adding the accomnlishment* of society to ihe sounder knowiedtru ot hooks anil things Ks peeial car,; wiT. lx- taken to cultivate a refined taste and sudi .. Iicacy ot feeling >s iniiy impress its. I I upon th#% •Vtioiiif ;«n»l inuuticr.s. It will also be the cm stunt aim of the Principal, j lo make the discipline, the studies, an I all the in- j tcrual ananiremenlsof theSclxxrl conform to I I,ris 'mn principles, and serve »o implant in the heart# of hei pupils a deep love tor sacred thin -s, and u ' ne i ty d->vo:ion to Gol the Saviour. I hose in particular who become members ->f her lamdy will excite tlx: same solicitude, and receive the same zealou- care in tliis respect as her own children: and they will thus he cx ;ecte ( to yovern - !heir least actions i,y the rules of Christian duty - I here wtl. not. however, be in this system of edit e.it'o;, any attempt to inculcate partial and sectaii an opinions. fd.t|;;i-"l,,re,,ca,,li'Ud truthful teaching j V ill he the only means employed ; and to these it i« i hoped, no one will object. Mrs Cmnctry# will be assisted by teachers of abil. -ty an I enortry, thoroughly ,i„te.l with *l.o : I,ranches entrusted to them; and oh-is wj|| |„> ' a".";,! to their number. whenever the size of the 1 School shall require it. Their -exertions, her ow„ 1 ""stunt supervision—the many n .tnral ndvantnws i an<l beauties of the pi .. - -the healthiness of the : sen .atr, and hathin-jr will, she trust*, (mince the i cmz. nso* P.rtsmoutb and of Virginia to confide ! Inch* c1nu*shtvrs to her rnre. I TERMS. r)ne h alf ill advance—rema ndrr, March the 1st. • ,r It.iird and Tuition in ill the Kncflish branches, ! tor toe Scholastic year of ten m miHh, - ' i [J ty Scholars, in the Enyiisli branches, - " in >‘>»r French, - -.„„ | i For Latin, . ,*1* , • Drawing,.. ' . , i Other Modern Languages and Music at the Pro. ! i lessor a char»reH. j , Refer?nct way hr .nude to Kt. Rev. Mnnton F.is horn, |J „hnp of Maas. 1 Rev t.co. \\ oodbridtfe, Richmond, Va. I D b <nnc.18 II. Deane, ,fn Rev. L'ijton lie ill. Norfolk. ! « l.izeuell 1 aylor, Esq., . ,ii» ' 'v- P Hopkins, F.sq., do j ; Rev .1 II Wine-field, Ports-nouth. i‘ J. Miirdauvh, Esq., tt,, i Dr. R. W.i.u, D'.R. B Knit. do <». Kniiim, K-q., ,1,, : , I ., be inserted in the Port mouth N-r.v Bra. once. ! i 1 '"•d: till Oetnher Gtll, in l he Elizabeth City paper j _'iid Rn-lnuotid Enquirer three limes, in Southern ' t.linrclmian, every week till Glh O toher, in Na I i Mnn il In -jh-reiic r, \\ ashinpton, semi-weekly na- !: per three times._ _ Sep —law»OG. . “ and |)1Y school, ,w- . utidor the Supcriiilt-uciauce of Mrs. S. LIuJCKLH. , 1 Mr*. C t ikes this method to inform the citizens i ' ot Norfolk ail I vicinity, tl.it she his taken the . large and dry Room in the Dwelling House occn- • puM hy M’ s. Berry, on Cumher land street, for the purpose otes-ahl,siting a Seminary for Young La- ! flies and Misses. I his Insiitut on will be opened for the receotion of Pupil* un the Id i. of September. Its design is j to impart a thorough oracti.-al and linished Educa t'< ti. Advantage* will be offered for acquiring an ■ extensive and thorough acquaintance with" the Englisti Langoage. Lain. French and Son•lisli.— " Abo, .Music. Drawing ant Painting, and various ! , vl-s of Etnoroidery. Mrs. (J. will be assisted hy ! •• u hei* of the first talent 1 Pai tit ular attention will be paid to the moral* ' ami manner* <d the Pupils placed mider Mrs. CV <ui’i’, and it will be her aim to bring the social af ! I -ciion* itno exercise, to triin the pupil to correct ' habit, of thought and action and t.> ..rake the ac' J qnisitiun of knowledge n pleasant occupation. Mis. C will eoutinne giving Lcs-on* in Penman s.itp.a the School Hoorn from half-past four to half- > pi-t five u clock. IVri.is of J'uilior. insde known , at her School Hoorn. Those who may wish to take Lesson* in Penman- * , ship or enter as Day N-|,nltai\* will ph-ase leave j liner names with Mrs. Berry, >l (he School Room. !. "*■ ('■ hikes pleasure in stating that she is kind •y permitted to make the following references. ,, U„U ' S'',t,'n' ' Mayor of Washington. I) I . ; Rev. O. B. Brown ; Rev George W. Samson • R-v. S. Sprole ; Rev. S. B. Willis, Catskill, N. Y. ; biv. Septinn* Tiwton, Chaplain of the .Senate; I Rev. A. A. Muller ; B. F llallett , Rsq., Hofl^on ; J. A. IJnilrrwoofl, E$q , N. V July 29 1 PORTSMOUTH FEMALE SEMIN ART V Intelligence find Pith, throw the brightest sun- | dime over thr dwellings of prieatr life, mid these are 1 the lesu’ts of Female Education." Ilie Subscribers respectfully announce to their j friends and the public, that this Institution will he j reopened f.r the reception of Boarding and Pay i Scholar* on the 1st of October. Their roonn arc ] n .w undergoing *iirh alteration* an I repair* a* ! will render them perfectly comfortable at all sen *"! *. I he course of instruction will embrace, a* ‘ li rctr. or--, •>,) the htnnc o s of a thorough Englisn j Education, including Mat hematic*, with the An- j (u-in an I Alodern Languages, Music, Drawing, • ur| Piiunng in Oil, Fresco, and Water Colour*, Fancy Nccdb; Wo-k, &c. >-r* Fbivncm Language—this branch of study he* nmv universally adopted a* a part of the regu lar course of instruction in every well orginiz d ( Seminary—the. Prineipil takes this opportunity to inform her patron* and friend.* that she has made if one of the regular studies in tins Institution. \ , l or plan of instruction i* the popular Oral mid Written system of the celebrated Mancsca. which win n diligently pursued for a limited time, stic pledges herself w ill enable the pupils not only to vv.it. and translate the Language cot rec,t!y, but speak it with fluency. TERMS OF TUITION: PER SESSION or FIVE MONTHS. For English Branches from $10 to $ 18 per Session Ancient and Modern Languages $|0 do Drawing and Painting from 5 to $•> do Music $10 per Quarter. Tuition in the English branches, Music, Board &c., in the family of the Principal f..r $75 p.-r Sea sion. ANN I’, VOU.'G. P.ineipal. i OWN, Associate, Sep 5—k nrlavaStODSt | W'l* Imitation Moll .ml Uhi, tint rc- i V T reived, for t?alc by * At»<r *21 J t* jf,T,S. JON DON MYRTLE POM ATI ST -J received a pup;>ly of that excellent and highly perfumed London POMAT UM, pm up in neat jar*. For sale at i he Drug store of Sep lb CHAH. H. HEINITSH, Agent. BACON.—*000 ii,,, Choice Hog Round. Pf’O lbs Choice H-uim, receiving per Rii Road, for sale by WiLLS ft CO Hep 22__ i .)(J PACK %OR9 NF.W PALL GOODS I JOHN MK Kh k t ()., are now opening their extensive Stock of NEW GOODS, to which th*y mvite tho attention of the. public IS „ ®$rms ot Stttoerus&ifl. One square one insertion... . cii r.n One do two do. 0 75 One do three do. 1 y(j One do one week. I 75 One do two weeks. o 75 One do one month. ,t 00 One do two months,. 7 qf> j One do~ three months,. 10 00 1 One do six months,. 16 00 i °n* ~n, pf.r y*ar>. 30 00 nrtfvt lines or lees make a square ; loneer once ! rnarked in proportion, and arc to be paid lt»r in 1 advance. Advertisements ordered in only once or twice a : )Te<jk> Wlll.bc charged 50 rents per square for the I first insertion, and 3t^ cents for each subaequont insert) tu. ‘ HT^npVi r!:G,rvn A >D WHOLE8AL.K r,* Vl'!,ts-~l I TED STATES DEPOT OF I*)! ( EAR .MEDICINES. The solo and ifoneral A l'i-ii\'ic-> for (lie sale ol all Genuine and moot pop ular Me. icim . tins- U'-'ti appointed, anrf rnvosied hv t var huh prupn# in ■ . in the hands of T. YV. |>VOTT & Stws of the <' iLC.Vtt.t • V CuilHSK, N*i> 1»> North S con ! It.., I. Philadelphia, Sr therein vein cnee and expre-, piiitn.sc ol savjjjyinff ail wholesale pur*dialer.? at one parti, olvvc point. iry Dr. I . W. Dyott & So..-, have made <uch arrfttijrcmctit« with die proprirlo s of i he must pop mar inedicini-s now in nac, a< to enable them to lurnish d.i.L-^ints 111 I wliolc.salo dealers, much Ml ire adva.-t lye.Hl- terms than they can in iron.-ral he procured from tho |irinvio. < tluniiso!v..s! And as no sonliiatieatnl p. miration* .mi kept or sold at (Ins . - tali!Uhni.int._ • e i • no . id. of £ct tin;r Conn |'ifeit aiticlur, with which the country now a !» ! he attention of tit public is solicited, lo call at the fountain Head a nl> >vc, where i* kept for .ial« nil may l.e exumin -•», tho mn^ extensive and ecu r.ral assortment ol Rroprietivry art idea of Modi ■mes, to l>o found in the Unite I state*. I or the eon von .one.; of lima. who it may not he •onvenirnt to apply at the aliove eat ibli*Imi-»nt VC h iveet ildi-hc I Special Dae ; Mil t lie follow i ntr ities, where the most of tho arik-le* .• mtained in ,,:r ..a! itimlo rue arc to bo found. RICHMOND, Va . t( tho Blare of A. Duval Sc so. 147 M tin -trret. \V AslIING I OS’. I> a! the store of Robert darnham, corner of Eleventh direct and I’enn. Av R V f. I fMORE, Aid., at the store of S-. S. fiance. No | IS R tltimore street. •NEW ^ <)RIv, No. l :s Maiden E.inc. AEH.VN V, N. V., No 5't St ;te street. R'ls 1 ON. M tss . No. 'i Water street. AH of whom ..re sur.plicd fr.nn die Columbian Co letrr and hnrntain Head of *>«■« » T W. DYOTT ft SONS. DUOSDUCTUS ■ V' T,,E GO.VGRKSSiOS Vb UNION AND \P . I'UNDIX, .'ia:. Tli • ut> i.NMignecl rosne tfully n For in t •«» noblic. that, with the approaching *,*. I, 0,1 un'nngr.ss, they will bogin tho pnL»Iici*tTo:i „f "* :’nngr.-ssionil Union” and “ Appendix “ — 1 i.- h ,-t w II contain a full and accurate hist ,ry „f h d til ,• proceedings »f hath branches of tlvs'na iotr!’. It* risiatur.*. It will l>«: compiled with such arc. lint every citizen who is interested in tl.o M,ol,r 0,1 "'til hud it a complete .synopsis of tn. tr iv..,:, -Imgs. slid a r-„.iv nook of reference i;)'.n all if fs.iou* win h conic before then*. Tl.c seal, (t'f- •• Apj* .•nlix,’’; will contain •v-rv sr * * " h ch is L-.ivm-. d m the House of ..•prc>ei»t t tves a . i Sen ite during the session rc. lotted at length I./u fo.l I ml.) corps „f con. rr.\;s,onal ■ •port. iin.| revised iK-fore publication >v the amhot s. whenever it is requested: Tm-so wo works wdi strictly impartial, and arc in cmled to be as interesting m l useful to the man hustti' ss. and to tho politician <*| tfl0 „11C p * is of the Oiiici . K -T • Tiie Daily, Semi we.-kl/, ami Weekly Union, 'il . ns twa'il, cmliracc an interesting variety of tiatfor on political, *C5-ntitic, and literary subjects mg " till current news of tho day. Tho editor v• • continue t > devote all his energies to the irn irovvinetit ,» “ The Union.” He fin-is ir.anv ao. :oinulMh.-d men 1,1 this city. The administration ..is nrtmg.it with it a considerable accession of tal •nts. S -vcthI tried and distinguished member* of J. c democratic pirtv have accepted office under it mine ;>r them nav • litter.,lly contributed their liter try labor* to our ben-fit; and wo hope to enlist ot h ■i s in .mi *-a vice. Hesidips, tho time is not fir dis ant when the editor intend* u, .- .Il other talents to ns a=«istan e. Hts ambition is, f0 make his pancr vortliyol the metiopolis ol the Union. "'*■ ,cl'1 11 ‘JotP ”f yf*titude for the prornot naimor in which onr political friends in every ifc. t -i) ol the country b ive already come forward to ustain the “ Union ?” M .v " - n ' hope that our friend* throughout tho n.t- Mulcts will continucfo nsaistour labor*, and # A1 Ui,T>!> 1 ! 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C*> We will willingly pay the postage on all i l ers sent uv containing five dollars mil upward filler letters directed tons, with tho poatuiru m laid, toi'l not ha taken out of the office. g throughout tho country, who yiII publish the above prospectus until the meeting d Cotigress wilj receive. re turn, tin-Congress anal union during the session. ... , KITCHIB & HF.I.SS. »V asuii.voton August I H45 (),-(3 \.™lS K- THOMAS, W..*i aide Market i.J Squnrr, For>«niou(!i. has in Store, and offer* ritoffSSSBSKr* *•» •‘—f s txissts&s^ **«*«> <**" 10 hb!s Old Rye Whisk.- /, ’ 10 i,l.|s r.min»f>n do, /. I,his Apple Brandy,’ I pip- French Brandy, IO boxes No. 1 Strip, 1 ’ (!° C»ndles,'fallow, Sperm nnd Wax, •> do rohacco. * oo".0'.' (^“'’'-^'.onl lcra nnd MHIinni,) JM.hls f loin , homily and Nunrrfin.. io^rSr,r:.rNNlilr- V:,r“- Fancy Soap, J' ? r f ,:i' „r’ Sr.- rb. C'hrx ola'e and , rood many other article* too nu.nrn.ft, t„ mention ... An „,.tU pKK;S,l TI I1MI- SBRnij. Received" fro louir^V aUd,tto“ '* °Ur of ®ecd« the f«|. R*'la Boffa, (white.) K its Ro,r i o, Swodiah Yellow, I/.ifie Norfolk, White Fla*, Sir. Sir. Alxo Cd-bnsrc Seed*. Fit Dutch, Rar-c Drnm. head, Drumhead Savoy, Rar*, Bergen, Red Poo h kc. hnr sale tl th0 |)ru;f ! , h floors r.elnw Middle, ™ ,re” * An* 12 H. HF.INIT6H, A*eut.