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BY A F CUW,<,NC,IAW1 “ (VOLUME ,S6.
_ SATURDA Y MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1845. iJublfsheft 39att». Corner of High and Cratoford 5/5., Ports mouth, Va. TERM* or THE NEW ERA. T> subscribers, TEN CENTS PER WEEK, pay dbls to the Cmiiih, to whom alone they are re sponsible for tine amount duo at the expiration of the week. Vhcn sent by mail the terms arc $5 for twelve months, $'2 50 for six months, $115 for three months. TERMS OF THE OLD DOMINION, (WEEKLY.) One copy $2 per year—by Mail. By tlie Carrier, $! 60. 30-To he paid in advance. -Maiiami m«iM ■ i i in mrnmmimmmm li am llawm S WHEELER, Attorney and Counsellor a • Lavv. Portsmouth, Va. Qtj- Office in Bourke’s New Building, High street, wliere ho will be pleased to sec all persons having business in tho lino of his profession. Sep 18 ° ijriLLIAM WOODWARD, Notary Puli' VV lie and Scrivener, General Agent, Convey ancer, and Collector, will attend to all business en trusted to his care with promptness and despatch. (W* Office op Wide Water Street, head of Roa noke Square. July 8 ROBERT HELL, Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Store, Sign of tho Panther, High Arcct, Portsmouth Va. HHITf'F, Chemist, corner of High and Mid • dls streets, Portsmouth, Va. JOHN COCKE 2k CO,, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, High street, near Middle street, Portsmouth, Va. WH. H. HODGES 2k CO., Wholesale and • Retail Dealers in Books, Stationery and Fincy Goods, Crawford strec, Portsmouth Va. (AWARLES H. H BIN ITS IT , Agent. Drug J gist and Apotecary, and Dealer in Paints, Oils, Dyestuff*, Ac., High street, Portsmouth, Va. EI>. HAYNES, Wholesale ami Retail Fur • niture Warehouse, corner of High and Mid dle streets, Portsmouth, Va. F HOFFMAN. Boot and Shoes Manufacrur • er, south of the Market, Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va A TCP 11 K N J A M ES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Family Groeerics, Wines, &c., Mar tel Square, Portsmouth, Va. WILLI AM B. PITCHER, Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps Trunks, Ia!ather, Innings, Bindings, Ac., west side Crawford street, Portsmouth, Va. II7TLLIAM l>. ROBERTS, JR.,' Manufac V V turor and Dealer In Stoves. Iron, Copper and Tin Ware, &e., &r., corner of High and Crawford tree!*, Portsmouth, Va. JAS. A. SPA LDING, Manufacturer and I>e •! er in Guns, Rifles, Pistols, and every other ar ticle in the Sporting line, Sign of the Mammoth Gun, High street, Portsmouth, Va. UI7’ILLS At, CO., Wholesale Grocers and Coin »T mission Merchants, east end of High street, Portsmouth, Va. C II A LI, & CO- Wholesale aim Retail Book, • Stationery and Fancy Goods Establishment, Main street, Norfolk, Va. J WILLS, Wholesale Grocery and Cominis . si on Store, Commerce street, Norfolk, Va. WILLIAM It KID, Wholesale, and Retail Hat and Cap Store, cast side Market Square, Norfolk, Va. Ferguson & mm,had >—Lumber, coal, and general Commission business. Wide Water sleet, Norfolk, Va. \X KS! AXES!! —Can be had at the Store of S. JAMES, West side Market Square, Ports mouth, an assortment of T. Huestis’s AXES, of all sizes, at the lowest prices; warranted to stand six months Oct 21 CHANGE OF HOUR. On and alter SATUR DAY, the 25th instant, the Baltimore Steam Packets _. _- will leave Hunter’s W'harf, Norfolk, at 4 o’clook, P. M. JAS. F. HUNTER, Agent, Oct 25 B. S. P. Co. NOT ICE TO TRAVELLERS. DAILY LINK, S&Sfcz (Sunday’s excepted.) TO RICHMON D, PETERSBURG AND THROUGH TO CHARLESTON. rPIIE Steamer CURTIS PECK. Capt John Da ■ vis, leaves Southgate’s Wharf, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, at half past <» o’clork, and Steamer ALICE, Capt. Toes. Skin nkr, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mor ning, at same hour, each boat touching at all the intermediate landings on 'he River, and connect with the Ray steamers daily, so that passengers go ing South can go on without detention. Passage and fare (from and after the 1st Novcm eer.) from Norfolk and to and Irotn Richmond and Petersburg, $3 Oft Passage throughout to Weldon, $6 Oft. 31 DICKSON & MALLORY. THE CHE A l»EST «fc BEST ROUTE TO THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS.— 9r Through in three duo*, with "»ue**M* jfageirflrreiman any oilier route. DAILY, 'Sunday’s excepted.) The Steamers CURTIS PECK, Captain Davis, *>>d JEWESS, C»pt. Sutton, leave Southgate's •* harl, Norfolk, at. h\ o’clock,daily (Sunday’s ex cepted) for Richmond, and arrive in due lime to connect with the Packet lloaU to Lynchburg, lea v,"g daily at 5 o’clock, P. M., (Sunday’s except* *!') arriving in 32 hours, thence by stages (in day via. Natural Bridge to the Springs ; through hie whole toute from Not folk in 3 days, without *”7 fatigue, so requisite for invalids. “h**age and Fare through to White Sulphur ”P'‘ii,g*,i mra), an9 lodgings included on board of “Oats from Norfolk to Lynchburg, $|tl4. PASSENGERS FOR STAUNTON. The Packet Boats for Staunton leave Richmond *J«ry Monday, W ednesrtay and Friday afternoon *; 3 o’clock, passengers going to Staunton by |r;, v,r,!r Norfolk on .Monday. Wednesday and Friday "’ornings in the Jewess, Capt. Sutton, will arrive n sufficient time lo take this comfortable an<l ex peditious route, being only 44 miles staging. Pas *dd Fare io Staunton bv ‘his rout*- from Nnr elk whole expense from Norfolk toStaun 91 25 less than by Louisa Railroad at jfjtH. Tickets throughout ran l»e procured on board the K,J"'r Boats. DICKSON lc MALLORY, ^*nc 16 Agents, J. R. Steamboats. I^RUOS \NO IMF Die I NFS, FAINTS, *>1LS, WINDOW GLASS, DYE STUFFS, , V—fff recent arrivals from Northern Cities the ’’‘criber is p.,t in possession of a complete is ‘"lent of DRUGS AND MEDICINES. PAINTS, w Is VV,xr>f>W GLASS, DYESTUFFS &r., to .T' h* invite* the attention of th« public crcn hu r Purchasers wistiing to obtain articles in cili i # business, would do well to give him a •p, ^fj’re dealing elsewhere. , he following Comprises but a small portion of assortment, vi* • '*1«a Ammon, ** Fort,” 'Minor, Carb j Arrowroot, Bermuda,” cohol, B>rax, Bryberry Bark, *'ruvirn Rark, best; Gum Opium, D^Jpwphof. Gum Benzoin, «0,1 9uphur, Dover Powder, English and American,” H?p' I^cac, Epsom Salts, Lemon Syrup, Jfr,,P Sarsapsiilia, Wild Cherry Bark V*ni\* Be,ns. Musk ” in grain’” * HENRY RUFF. ,nd Ch.'rni.t ,n;p.h Street '•^".dTJV"*?*,'*-* rhoi" !■'« ju« V f. *nd f>»r ule bv J T BROOKS JT CRAWFORD HOUSE, Portsmouth, Va. bv JOHN W. COLLINS,assisted by J. 'V. Dotal, who will always be in attendance to render Travel.’ lers and Sojourners cuinlortable and agreeable. 5CJ*Porters are always in attendance, free r charge. PASSENGERS BY CARS AND BOATS TAKE THEIR MEALS AT THIS HOUSE. OO-'Fhis House is so well known to Northern am’ Southern Travellers, that not one word is necessary' to be said in its praise. To Ladies and Gentlemen, desirousof making a long or shortsojourn in Ports mouth, where every delicacy of land atm sea can be obtained in the utmost richness and abundance, the Proprietor would state that thr House is pro vided with every modern improvement, for the comfort and convenience of his Patrons, while honest and attentive Servants are always in atten dance. (X?“ rhe ST.V BLKS attached to this popular an 1 extensive Esin* lisn.nont are the largest and most commodious o any in Eastern Virginia. MRS. FANNY GODWIN . can accommo* IT L date a few single gentlemen, and a gentle man and his witc with Hoard, on moderate terms. For her ability to give satisfaction, she would refer to any who have hoarded with her Residence on County street, between Court and Dinwiddic sts. Transient Boarders taker, by the day or week. April 24 BOARDING HOUSE. Mrs Sarah Ghaut, would respectful!y call the attention of Board ers and Transient Persons to her large and com ntodious' Mouse. situ tied in »hc most pleasant part of Portsmouth, at the lower terininous of Court street, near the wafer, commanding a full view of the harbor and shipping. Mrs. G. is desirous of obtaining a few genteel Boarders, to whom she feels certain she will give entire satisfaction. Her Baths are fitted tip in neat -tyle, and their use are free to her Boarders. Terms moderate. N. B. Two small Houses on Glasgow street for Rent for the next year. Enquire as above. Oct 1 SHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWM.—JOHN COCKE & CO., arc now offering for sale a very large and well selected Stock of SHAWLS, to which they invite the attention of the ladies, and all who desire a neat, cheap, warm, and good arti cle. They arc in part as follows: Super S-4 Striped. Plain and Fig’d Silk Sh iwl*. Do 9-4 Cashmere do of the latest patterns and styles. Super Thibet Wool do, Brocha do, Merino do, Zephyr Wool do, very large and pretty ; Mousulinc de Lane do, some of which are white and hand somely embroidered ; Ne.tt do, Prusi tn do., and Al so a large supply of B ack Thibet and Muslin de Lline Shawls, Black Suk Mantillas, Ike , all of which they will sell low for the money. Dei 6 JOHN COOKE & CO . High st EM K KOI 1)1'It ED svviss MUSLIN ROBES i JOHN COCKE & CO., hnve just received and offer for sale a few of those be mtiful EMKKOIDEK EDSVVISS MUSLIN DRESSES. Al«o,a few piece* of white Tarleton Muslin, Handsome Black and VVliite Silk Blond for Veils, to which they would respectfully call the attention of the Indies. Oct 7 JOHN COCKE .V uo tiik would ouinou: bowers & I. LOVETT’S Celebrated PERUVIAN PILLS— warranted to cure Ague and Fever in Two Days. So happily adapted are they, to all the indica tions of a speedy, immediate and permanent cure, that in every instance, if oirections be followed, a cure will he guaranteed in two days, or the money re funded. : Printed directions will accompany each l*>x of ! the Pills. Remember, a cure is guaranteed in the short space of two day*, if direr tlons he followed. _ N. B. None are genuine without the written signatures of the Proprietors on each envelope. For sale at the Drug Store, High street. Sign of the Big Mortar, who is the enlv A-'cnt in Ports mouth. CIIAS. II. HKINITSfl, Agent. N v | roiiutu sen’s history of oi;r IV MANY; from the earliest period to the pre sent time. Taylor’s Manual of Ancient and Modern History. Reed’s Dictionary of * lie English Language, containing the pronunciation, etymology, and ex plan itii>11 of all words authorized by cniim-nt wu lcr-<; to which urc aide!-, vocabulary o the rents of F.nglish words, and an accented list of Greea, Latin and Scripture proper nnnes. The above for “ah- by VV. H. II. HODGES & CO. Nov 7 ST A UK’S CAMt'HIVK L A MILS.-After a fair trial ol VV. ti. .Stahr’h Patent Ciiuipbino Lamps, I am convince.) they ha' v no superior, if brilliancy and economy he consul -red. Rring anx ious to afToril as iiiiteh light a-: pos-dbl ■ to tli Pub lie, I have consented to art as Agent lor the m in ufaeturer. I have received a variety of the, al>ove LAMPS, to wit: Side, Hanging, and Parlor LAMPS, of beautiful patterns, which I will si H at the manu facturer's prices. In many part of the tilv of I New York these Lamps o ivc superceded fi)l: Light. (.1 ill v 7 i WIM.I AM RKIH. Vorf.lk. RE( II PI ED WOOD \ V .'illii \ I,, having recently rmne Into use in London as a remerlv for Turb-rculous tConsumption.nri'l very favorable and happy off i ts having resulted from it, has induced the subscribers to have some of it prepared with great care, perfectly pure, and high ly rectified, in order that a fair trial may be made of its merits. I bis is warranted to be the article so highly re commended by Hr. Hastings (Physician to the Free Dispensary London.) in his statement pub lished in the London Lancet, when hecatitions per sons using it to be sure and procure this kind, as an impnre^article (or Coni Tar Naphtha) has pro duced the most unpleasant and dangerous effects It has hern used by many of our most eminent Phy sieians, with derided success. .Vein York,.Ian. 1st. 1815. RUSllTfN k CO. The atsive article tif Naphtha just received and 1 for sale by HENRY HUFF, j July II II-' red. PBRCfMMOW WOOD WANTED i . 20 Cord good PEHCIMMON WOOD, either in | logs or blocks, for which a fair cash price will be : given Apply to CIIAS. H. HFJMTSH. Drugstore, High st.,4th door below Middle, ! A og-2# Rio CoF F12F,. .v);, ik pr ime Green, jo 1 reived, for sale by _ WILLS k CO B\<rivr; AlfD ROPE. BO pieces KenleckV Raging, 7 | SO Ceils Rope, for sab- low Rv Aug 11 WILL® ft CO. It AL1' Fashions.—THE SUBSCRIBER J- would announce <o his numerous friends and customers, that he has now received the New ami Improved FASHIONS for the Fall, and is prepared to lornish tlx m with the Best, most fashionable, mid neapest Hats that can he pioeurcd in this section ol country. SIGN OF THE PANTHER, e „ *l'gh street, Portsmouth. S,'P 0_R. BELL. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING. i ik* >uiwriiK»r«i rectprctful • ly inform the inti ibiiants of Portsmouth and Norfolk, that ^ Mr. Andrew Robinson has commenced the H ATCH & » CI.OCK REPAIRING HUSI NESS, at the Stand f< irinei ly ) occupied by C. W Heydoti, and they would sav to the \ . <»ci veil a regular apprenticeship at the liutinna, and h .a l.ecn ontraevd for the last ten years, Repairing fine WA TCI IKS & CLOCKS ; therefore, lie Hatters himself that hi* abilities are sneh. as to -nvc satisfaction to all who may fovour him with their custom. Officers of the Navy, and others, mnv relv upon heir work being done in the. l»,-s.t manner,'and at • ho time appointed. r "r‘- 't,so '“formed that Mr. DICKSON ot liiladelphiM, is connected with him in business, and is prepared to manufacture and -epair Jewelry id every description, on moderutc terms, and in a ntvir* not to be aurpassed. S,'P 27_ROBINSON & DICKSON. N'KW At FASIl ION - A HLL (JOODS.- I have just t returned witha now andsplen pj did assortment of Gold, Silver Cf I.opine, Lever, and Verge Eft M ateh' s, Gold (iuards,a large 3 Breast Pin*, an unusual gp large stuck. Cold Foil ami Vest Chain*, Col I Lockets. Medal ! mm ami miniature rises, Gold, Silver, and Steel I t Sp.ctaclcs, Guld and Silver Tliiin.de and Shields. Guard Keys, Gobi Studs and Sleeve Huttons, (•prill and Clasps. Finger Rings of .-verv vart ty Table, Dessert and Tea threaded Silver Fo rks, Tiir ble, Dessert and Tea thread Spoons, phin Silvc Spoons, Sugar Tongs, Salt and Mustard Spoons, l.adl. s, Rutter Knives, Cream Ladles. Sugar La dies, Silver Tea sets ..f superior -tvie. Comb's, Tooth and Hair Brushes, Silk an I other variety oV Reti coles, a large lot of F-mcv Go als. Iff- A barge supply of Fancy Fans from 12';cts. to ,'Jli each. Ladies, rail and see them Gt^-Clocks anil Watches repaired and warranted asusuil. O.J Gold and Silver hnight and taken in exchange. J,,|y7 J.M FREEMAN, Norfolk. ! CJTOVE BllACK ! \ (i.~ TRUE MEXICAN t J Jl'.l LI'. VI) ”—Just received this superior arti < lo. *ii Lustre for Polishing* Stoves, Crulw, &c.-— \|s<. BLACK GRATE VARNISH, used for Coal (.rates. Ash Pans, Fenders, Bark and Jambs, and all ot'icr iron i.it<*n^il.4 used nhout fire plnccs, which require to be kept „oat Hnd clean.. For silo at die Ding Store, High street. Sign . f the Rio- V0rtar °«« I*_ (’HAS H. II El NITS! [, Agent. UMIITE SLATE PENCILS.—-This is a . ,u‘w article, and from the only Qnurry of the kind in the known world j possessing every dcsira ble quality wanted to write on the Slntc, being soft, free from grit, and very strung, anil is fast super seding all others. For saleat the Drug Stoic, High i street, Si*: n of the Rig Mortar. CHAS. H. HEINITSH. Agent. I A'so 3'X)0 Common Slate Pencils. Oct 27 I' ROSPECTUS FOR PUBLISHING A MONTHLY PAPER IN BALTIMORE, TO BE A I.LED the cui/ruKisT. On sul ji r.tp connected with Agriculture, to include tin Emigrants’ Department! containing sorb in formtit.on as may be useful to prisons Snaking a settlement ill the West, or seeking new fields of agricultural enterprise. rP H E SUBSCRIBER proposes to issue a monthly slieet, in rjinrto form, of sixteen pa ges, on husbandry, pastoral affairs, and kindred subjects:—a portion ol the paper to he occupied with notices g-- igr.tphieal, s'aiislirsl and histori. al of Ptieli p rliom of the West as \t i!| l»- of most in ten.-*. to Wesu-ni Millers, amt aiso ol portions of ihc Eolith. Agriculture, is the mo-*t ancient occupation of man. It is also the most useful, the most indepen dent, the happiest, the m-.si healthy, the. most pro fitabb* awl tnp itw*t honorable. But this is not all. Agi ieiiltorr* romprehends in ! iiself oiore .«ci**ue , than any other <-ci o:> 11 i-.u ini the whole c rcle >-f human pmsiiil* and in ustry. J Geology, chemistry, vegetable physiology, all make a part of the thorough knowledge of this most ex tensive and useful art. They arc indeed but the beginnings of the vast field of knowledge contain ed within it. So tint if a man can he a thorough agriculturist, lie will he u the large sen.-c o: tin word a learned tmri. r armerg nowfver haw hrcn, fo >i (fri-nt extent, opposed in u hat they rath d -• i.-m . . ,,r look-farm ing. from n mistaken idea lit it whatever was in pi :nl « as merely speculative, arid matter of theory. If it were so indeed, they would be right in con demning it. It is however a mistaken "idea. Sci cnce is the result of cxocrionce and practice. It j„ the ripe li.irv* at of f.u Is. n ip, <1 not l>y one mm in i one field hot gaiheied !iy aII »he I iboV-,- throti h ..o' ill »* e harve.r ie'da .f ..ar'h in y*r(, , year Ir.nii loo In ginning. Kvcry intelligent I armor likes t<i talk to his m igh or, and draw advantage from his experience. This rxpr rictirc is no less valuable f>*r heing de livered to him in print, by types, than if it should he given to him by his neighbor, by word of mouth. It is the same thing. Skill in the manual of hoeing anti ploughing can never make a farmer. It makes only an appentice ill the art. Sine.r the multiplication of agricultu ral papers and societies in this country, there has been a great improvement in the state of agricul ture. It is designed to give in this paper all useful gen era I intelligence relating to rural affairs and econ omy, whether of implements, stocks, seeds, modes of culture, articles of cultivation, soils, or fertilisers; and such discoveries of science as may assist, light en and make more profitable (he hardy and hon orable toil of the farmer. A secondsry object will be to give information to persons making settlement in Hie Wc«t : from per sonal knowledge mostly—so tb it they will be able to make judicious selections, ami proceed in the es tablishing of their new homes to best advantage, and some description of the lands of Maryland and Virginia, with Hie medes of renovating them. I he price will be one dollar, invariably in ad vn nee. Agricultural and Emigration Hocietics, and oth ers who subscribe for one hundred copies or more, will be supplied ar .^75 por hondrr * Postmaster-' and country collectors arc renuesfed to act as agents. All such will be allowed 20 per r. nt; and any person sending five dollars will have six copies. Os* *• WM 3. A. Mt tPFOBI). T'*k PATENT galvanic rings, & A M A (» NE TIC FLUID.—This remarkable ciis eoverv lias received the universal approbation of flic Medical Profession of Great Britain, and has been sufficiently lung before the American public t<> give a tail trial of its power and efficacy. The I A f EiN I G AL\ A NIC KINGS have been found to answer all the purposes lor which ordinary Galvan ic Battery or Electric and Magnetic Machines are used, but arc without any of the injurious shocks which accompany the applications hy those instru ments, and iii many other respects are more sake and ceiita i n in accomplishing the desired object. The Galvanic Rings have been used with perfect success in all cases of Rheumatism, acute or chron applying to the head, far e or limbs ; Gout, Tic. Dolurcux. Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo, Nervous or Sick Headache, Indigestion, Paralysis, Palsy, Epilepsy, Fits, Cramp, Palpitation yf the Heart! Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints, Lumbago. Neuralgia, General Debility, Deficiency of Nervous Energy! and all Nervous Disorders. In cases of confirmed Dyspepsia they have been successful. Their extra ordinary effects upon the system must be witnessed to be believed; and as a certain preventive fur the above complaints they are equally to be recom mended. I be Galvanic Rings are in every way perfectly harmless, and are sold at prices to be within the reach of all. Chistik’s .Magnetic Fluid is used in connection with the Rings, to render their efficient action certain, and to direct the Gab vanic influence to the particular pot tions which ate affected. For numerous certificates of the highest charac ter regarding the efficacy of the Galvanic Kim's and Magnetic Fluid, reference is made to former advertisements, or they may bo seen at the office Only Agency in New- York, 131 Fulton street, (Sun Builr ing.) To guard against fraud. Dr. Cristie appoints but one A *ency m each of the Cities of the United States. The only Agency for the City of Norfolk is M. A. SAN TOS, lor Portsmouth, Va., CMAS If HE1NITSH, Agent. Please call and get a pamphlet gratis. Aug 2U New, ciieai> duy goodn store, East side t'rawfoid str.-ct, Port-mouth Va.— 'V.M.C. MAUPIN having just returned from the North, where, alter a close and careful examina tion of the Markets, lie has been enabled to pur chase for Cash a complete assortment of F.\LL & '' 1 f-R bill GOODS, which he is prepared in dispose of for Cash at such prices as cannot fail to pb- ise, and by a strict adherence to his motto, which will be “Small 1‘rofits and Quick Sales,” he hopes to merit a share of public patronage. lJis Stock consiits 0e Lashmeres Hop do Run Rounds Ahpaca Lustres French Ginghams Linen Cambric l>o do Hdkfs Imitation do <io do Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hose Kid, Silk and Merino Gloves Ladies’ Merino Vests, do Imperial Bustles Green Beraare, F.dginjfs and Insertines Shaw ls, every style and price Black, Rlne and Fancy Cloths Black, Blue and Fancy Cassi meres Gold Mixed T veeds Satinets front 37.*cts to S1.25 Silk and Satin Vestings Common do Merino and Silk Shirts Do do Gloves Black Silk Cravats Pocket lid lets Scarfs Suspenders from 25 cents to *3 Linen Sheetings & Shirt ings Damask Table Cloths Do Napkins Doyles* Flannels White and Red do Canton do I) nncstic Goods •Sheetintrs and Shirting ri' ks. Checks, Kerseys Necrd Clothing Do Hose and Blankets Prints—-French, Rnglish and Domestic, from 6J to 37 j cents Whitney Blankets Mackinaw and DnlTle do, from 8-4 to 14-4 Crib do Cloakings and Plaids Cashmere Hoods Diapers and Crash Umbrellas from 50 cents to ;gt5 Furniture Dimity Corded do /inci many other article* too miincron.^ to men •ion. Call soon at the NEW CASH STORE. Sep “29 JOHN COCK IS As CO., have just received per schr Leroy from New York, and are now opening fine assortment of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, to which they invite the attention of purchasers, both wholesale and retail. The Stock is well assorted an I consists in part as follows : Id-4, 11-4 and I“2-4 Ribbond Hound Whitney Hiankcts; Point, Duffle, and Saddle do; White, Red, Yellow and Green Flannels; Green Baize; Brown, Bleached and Coloured Canton Flannels; Dress and Furniture Calicoes; Table Diaper, S-4 and 10 4, wide; Russia do; Birds Eye do; lim ber njirk do; Colored Rn<! TowpIs ; Long Lawn and Linen Cam hr c; Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; lb m .Stitched do ; Coloured Bordered do; Barnsley Sheeting, three yars wide ; Colton do, same width ; Black, Blue, Mixed and Fancy Sattincts ; Tweeds for Sack Coats; Superior Buckskin Cassincts, Piaid Clunking; Black, jiluc. Green, Clarot, and other coloured Cloths; Black, Blue, anil Fancy Cassi* lucres ; Hlack-uon I weeds ; v\ oolen Vestings ; Va lencia do; Superior Cashmere do; Mixed Doe M<!tis; 12-4 While Marseille Quilts; Paper Cam hrm Furniture ('hecks; Brown Holland; French Turkey Red Prints; English Turkey Red Cam nricu; Turkey Rod Cotton, for Striping; Gum Su* penders; Cotton do; Cashmere Shawls; Imitation Cashmere do; Damask do: Shaded nlark Silk finish Tubby Velvet; do Sabine finish do; Ificli Albert Cords; Irish Linena ; Brown French Green Bar rape, Embroidered; Dc Lain Shawls; oiks Gimp ; Black Love Veil* ; Black Italian Cra va:s; Fancy do; Worsted Caps; Donna Maria do; C • hii-ere tlo ; Pekin Hoods; Ladies’ Silk and Kid Gloves; Men’s do; Blcaclicd and Brown Shirtinps ; ll.avy Woollen Kerseys; Canvass and Pa Idititr; Black and while Wippins; Cord Hoy; Furniture Dimity; do Fringes; Watered and Damask Mo reens; Merino, Lambs Wool, Cotton, and Bui k sl<m Shins; Merino, Lambs Wool and Cotton I »- a w« ; White Lace Muslins ; .Taekonet do; Mull : Cambric rlo; Swiss do; Fig’rl anrl Plain do; I arlctou do; Wash Blonds; Bobtnets ; Threarl ; La ( rs ; Edging* and Inserting*, Lisle do; Needles, Pins, Cerd, Tape,and many other articles too tedi ous to mention. Also one thousand pounds Gill Nett Thread in « pound skeins. JOHN COCKE & CO./ P'T High st., Portsmouth, Va (1 IN.—50 Mils Imitation Holland Gin, just rc T eeived, for sale by A»er21 J, WILLS. I Off DON MYRTLE POMATUM.—Just J receiver! a supnlv of that excellent and highly perfumed LONDON POMATUM, put up in mat jars. For sale at - he Pru<r Store of IG CII\H H. IlEINITSTI, Agent. HACON 8000 I ha Choicr II »g Roan I. |(NK) lbs Clinic© Huns, receiving per R.i Rond, for sale by WILLS & CO K'T22__ | Q( i P ICK %GB® n EW V \ LI. GO IDS ^ ^ ' JOHN LOCKL & CO,, are now opening O.cir extensive Stock of NEW GOODS, to wbirh 1 thov invite the attention of th© public Sep 16 I Historical imusement i new & * entertaining game on the History of England For sale at HODGES ft CO’S Nep 3 Varietv Store, Crawford street i PI It I-’. SPICE®. Joti received it frevh »■ of Purr Spirrt. f.nehas Ground pepp, r Ground ! Allspire, Ground Ginger, Cayenne P pper. Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, hr. For sale at the Drue Store, Sign of the Big Mortar, a#r W HHA* u HEIVITWI Agent arerrns of a&tocrUatafl. One square one insertion,.gO 50 One do two do. 0 75 One do three do. 1 00 One do one week. 1 75 One do two weeks,. 2 75 One do 0118 month. 4 00 One do two month*. 7 ()0 One do three months,. 10 ;>0 One do six months,. 16 00 One do per year. 30 00 (fc^7\oelve lines or less tnake a square; longer ones charged in proportion, and are to be paid lor in advance. Advertisements ordered in only onreor twirrs week, will l>c charged 50 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37J cents for each subsequent i insertion. rro DRUGGISTS AND WHOLESALE 1 1 DEALERS.—UNITED STATES DEPOT OK ■ POPULAR MEDICINES.—The sole and general ! Agencies for the sale of all Genuine and most pop ular Medicines, lias been appointed, and invested by the various proprieto r, in the hands of T. W. I Dvott & Sons, of the Columbian College, No. 132 North Second strict, Philadelphia, ‘or the con venience and express purpose of supplying all wholesale purchasers atone particular point. ft^Dr. r. \V. Oyott & Sons, have made such arrangements with the proprietors of the most pop i ular medicines now in use, a* to enable them to tiirni.-h di uggists and wholesale dealers, on much more ndvant lgcous terms than they can in general he procured from the proprietors themselves. And as no sophisticated preparations are kept or sold at this establishment, t here i* no risk of getting Coun terfeit articles, with which tho country now a bounds The attention of tbe public is solicited, to call at the Fountain Head as above, where is kept for sale, and may he examined, the most extensive and gen eral assortment of Proprietory articles of Medi cines, to he found iti the United States. For the convcirenee of those who it may not be convenient to apply at the above, establishment, we have csiahli died Special Depots in the following cities, where the most ol the articles contained in our general catalogue are to lie found. I RICHMOND, Va., at the store of A. Duval & Co. 117 Main street. j WASHINGTON. D C., at the store of Robert Farnham, corner of Eleventh street and Penn. Av enue BALTIMORE, Md., at the store of S. S. fiance, I No 108 Baltimore, street. NEW YORK, No. Ti't Maiden Lane. ALBANY, N. Y., No. 53 State street. ROS TON, Mass . No. 2 Water street. All of whom are surplicd from the Columbian \ College anil Fountain Unul of Oft •'* T. XV. DYOTT & SONS. A TIt R ASH IIE FOR CLBKGYMRN & -tm. STUDENTS.—The Pulpit Cyclopedia and Minister’s Companion, containing three hundred and j-ixty skeletons and sketches of Sermons, and eighty-t_wo essays on Biblical learning. Theologi cal todies an<l the composition and delivery of Ser mons Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ; or Dic tionary of the Bible, Theology, Religious Biogra phy, all Religions, Eclesiastical Hist >ry, and Mis sions ; containing definitions of all relig oils terms * an impartial account of the principal Christian De nominations. together with the manners and cus toms of the East, Illustrations of the Holy Scrip tores, -nd a description of the Quadrupeds. Birds, Fishes. Reptiles, Insects, Trees, Plants, and Min erals, mentioned in the Bible ; Biographical No tices of the early Martyrs and distinguished Reli ous w riters and characters of all ages, with other interesting matter, by RcvM B. B. Edwards, Edi tor of the “ Quarterly Observer.” Another supply of the above valuable Books re reived by ' W. II. H. HODGES & CO. Nov 17 » rpEAS! TEAS!! TEA8!!!-From the Can A ton Tea Company of New York.— \Ve have just received a freah supply of these celebrated PEAS. The importers state they are far superior >o those we have hold heretofore, and full worth 25 per cent more, in consequence of their fi..o quality and flavour. They will he sold however at the usual prices. The following are among those received: Extra Gun Powder Tea - . $1.50 Du do do do - - . |.00 Goofl Imperial ... 75 No. 2, Fragrant Young Hyson - 75 Good Young Hyson - 50 No. 1, Souchong . . 50 Finest English Breakfast • - 75 Howrpia.i i Finest Black - - 1,00 For sale a: the Drug Store, High street, Sign of tho Big Mortar. CHAS. H El NITS H, Agent. Nov 26 OU.\ l)R I MS. — 1 ()<K> hags Shot, assorted, 5 hh O Old Rum, 30 casks Madeira, Tencriffc, Sweet Malaga and Port Wine, 40 bhls N. (). and N. E. Rum, 40 do Old Rye Whiskey, 30 do Imitation Cognac Brandy, 40 do Philadelphia and Baltimore Rye Gin, 10 hbls Peppermint Cordial, *200 kegs Baltimore Nails, 10 do Salcratus, 200 lbs Indigo, 50 do Nutmegs, 7(H) do Black Pepper, 500 do Allspice, ®'.'P __J. WILLS. Commerce street. VJEU AND VALUABLE BOOKS just ro ll reived by W. II. ||. HODGES A CO Introductory Lectures on Modem History by Thomas Arnold, I). D. Professor of Modern llisto ry in the University of Oxford, and Head Master of Rugby School—edited from Second London edi tion, with a preface and notes, by Henry Rfed M A.. Professor of English Litciaturc in the Univer sity r I Pennsylvania. Heed’s Dictionary of the English Language, con taining the pronunciation, etymology and explana tion of all words authorized by eminent writers • to which are added, a vocabulary of the roots of Eng lish words, and an accounted list of Greek, Latin ami Scripture proper names, by Alexander Heed.’ A M . author of •• Rudiments of English Compo sition.” Ac. 1 History of Germany from the earliest period to the present time, by Frederick Kohlransch, Chief Counsellor of the board of education of the Kmg 'h>m nf Hanover. j;ep 2(y C,11}'* *,* c ,,OK?.—' "<>"• on hand I rw V of.S,Va SPr,"ff Heel Tie*. Kid Line.) ; going -fT rapidly nt 50 cents a pair. Call soon nr you will mi s a bargain. WM. H. PITCHER 7 A>lg 23_ Sign nf the Big Bout. F^LOUR -IObbls of FAMILY FLOUR 6 bids Old Funk Whiskey, for sale low by Sr»* 20 T. BROOKS. Jr Black bullion frbfoim. j reived a few pieces BLACK BUI.LION FRIN ° Nov 25 11 °" JOHN COCKE A CO.' A M ERIC A N KHOI HOOK ; containing lo IA g illy approved precedents for arguments ar bitrations, assignments, bonds, bills of exchange promissory nolo*, conveyancing, letters < f attor * my partnerships, .ceefpts, releases, transfers w ids, deeds in trusv, and other matters of imn„rt anee : With r.„ ind« x to (he whole. The above val naMr h<»' Ic f>r *ale by N,,v H W, H n nriDf;f.s a co. BUNfii it a ini vs 10 Whole and half oo*em very fine, for sale by Nt,v 20_ T BROOKS Jr. / 11DE It. CIDER swn^rcmERri^Te \y barrel or on draught. £ JAMFS piCKLEf) OVSTER«. JVtetly .>>«/. put'up I II. the be t no -Ifile m .liner, Clin be had by an plying *t the -si res of John James, Norfolk- Jo. soph A. Hibsnly. Pnrfsmoi.:h, or lo the subscriber on the W extern Branch. Sep 15 Jawtf^ JOHN HENSON. pOC K ETcTuT LERY^wThitejns, opened A » beau'iful assortment of R gcr’* Wr.s>er,. hoi n’s and Marshes A Shepherd's POCKET CUT. I.EH Y, which w. are * Ring remarkably low ^4 w u w ffODefccA ro