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MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP.—Nothin* in
tlir city can boat those beautiful BRONZE
SLIPPERS, at G2$ cents.
Just received a small lot of Bronze Slippers, of
superior make. Our former price has been 75 to
©H cents ; ami for the same kind, wo are now of.
f* rinif at l>2) ceuts. Call soon, for they are going
off rapidly, at the Now York Boot and Shoe Store.
Ju'»e 1» J. H. GREGORY.
C*&fSSFlSHm?EQUINE GALVANIC
Vy KI.NGS, FLUID, &c.—Just received another
supply of Christie's Patent Galvanic Rings, Brace
lets. Hands, Necklaces, and .Magnetic Fluid, for
the prevention and cure of Rh-uiiintum, Gout, Tic
Pouloureux, Cramp, Fits, Purnlysis, Headache,
» align. General Debility, Neuralgia, and all Ner
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Pain in the Side, Asthmitic Affections, weakness
or oppression of the Pulmonary Organ. In Spinal
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June 9 CIIAS. II. IIEINITSH, Ag. nt.
BOOKS from the Press of Messrs. Harper &
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Shores or the Mediterranian , with t ketches of
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oca, IH43 *45, with engravings.
Livonian Tales; The Disponent; The W’olves;
The.Jewess, by the author ot “Letters from the
Baltic,’’ price 12J ceuts.
Part 16th Dictionary of Practical Medicine Al
so lust received the Catholic Magazine for July.
July 11 a/
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White Lead, (warranted prrfrrth/ pure) together
with Pure Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes G’d
Verdigris, Chrome Yellow and Green, Litharge,
Red Lead, Lamp Black, Terra Sienna, Red and
Yellow Ochre, Eng. Venetian Red, Vermillion,
Window Glass, Putty, &c. Also. Superior Lamp
Oils, three different kinds. For sale at the Drug
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July 11 CHAS. H. HEINITSH, Agent.
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Emerson’s 2nd part Arithmetic, 25 cts
Walker’s Dictionary, (medium size) 31 cts
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July 7
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Jappancd Spittons, Light Houac Lanterns. Tin
Platen and Candlesticks, as low as 124 cents apiece,
lower than ever sold in this place before.
DANIEL S. CHERRV,
Jtttic 27 Under the Old Dominion Ofhce.
MORRIS’S NATIONAL PRESS, a Jour
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UUSt-HUNBERGKIiS FIRST ROOKS
Xl/ OF NATURAL HISTORY, for Schools, Col
legia and Families.
1. Clements of Anatomy and Physiology,
2. Elements of Mammalogy, the Natural History
ot Quadrupeds,
3. Elements of Ornithology, the Natural History
of Hirde.
•i. Elements of Herpetology, and Ichthyology, the
Natural History of Reptiles and Fishes,
5. Elements of Conchology, the Natural History of
Shells and Molusea,
6. Elements of Entomology, the Natural History
of Insects,
7. Elements of Hotany, the Natural History of
plants,
fl. Elements of Goology, the Natural History of the
Earth’s Structure.
F or sale at the New Book Store.
APri*9 N. B. WEBSTER.
'HE Subscriber begs leave to inform theciti
zens of Portsmouth, Norfolk and the adjacent
intry, that his well known GARDEN & HOUSE
country,_ ___ ____ „
at the end of the “ Long Budge” running from
Court street, is opened for the Season, and where
he will be happy at all times to serve those that
may give him a call. He intends keeping con
stantlyon hand the best of ICE CREAM and LEM
ONADE, and SODA WATER; and to those who
arc fond of a little recreation during the hot Sum
mer months his Garden will he found most delight
ul. (May 7) SIMON GHIO.
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delivering from Monday, the llth instant. All
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respectfully invited to call and look at them. (No
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P*P*r. DANIEL S. CHERRY,
May 9 Under the Old Dominion Office.
AS AND OREGON.—Another supply
of Mitchell’s new Map of Texas, Oregon and
C.ilifornki, Uio most perfect one yet published. At
the New Book Store. Price 76 cents.
June *_ N R. WEBSTER.
WINES.— port. Madeira, Teneriflee, Lisbon
and Sweet Malaga Wine, in store and for
•’l* by JOSIAH WILLS.
Juno 13
M.\ PS ! Iff A PS!! —Milchel’a National Map of
(he United States; Mitchcl’s Map of the
World : Mercator’s Projection ; Mitchel’s Texas
Oregon and California, &c., &c. At the New Book
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F VERY MAN his own Cattle Doctor; or a
I a treatise on the diseases of Horses, Cattle, Dogs,
Sl-c-ep and Swine—with their causes, symptoms,
and i ore, by Mathew Small—price 121 els. For
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June 23
rptlEOPNEySTl ; or, tbe planar/ inspira
I Hor. of the Holy Scriptur.s, by S. R. L. Gang
sen, translated by Edward Norrip ‘
by
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June 23
w- H. H. HODGES & CO.
DOCKET OUTLERT. have just opened
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¥ 4 W H If HODGES kCO
I
in. OF PAUL .ION ES, at the New Y,,k
J Bookstore. Price 76 cents.
April 7 N B. WEBSTER
HODEY’S LADY’S BOOK for July, re
[ T ceived by W H II. HODGES k CO.
June 23
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Tory; the •* Ertlnburg Review.” Whig; and the
'• Westminster” is purely literary, being devoted
principally to criticisms on foreign Continental
Works.
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tage to the American over the Jfnglish reader.
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NEW AND VALUABLE BOOKS.—The
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extraordinary history of their leg.il condition in
the Hebrew, Roman and Feudal civil systems, in
cjuding the law' of marriage and divorce, the so
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child, of guardian and ward, and of employer and
employed.
Pastor’s Hand Kook, comprising selections of
Scripture,arranged for various occasions of official
doty, together with select formulas for marriage.
See.., and rules of order for Churches, Ecclesiasti
cal*, and other assemblies, by Rev. W. W. Everts.
Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation ; a book for
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The Union of the Holy Spirit and the Church in
the conversion of the world, by Thomas W Jcn
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thors, edited by Baron Stow.
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June 2
, Lamps and Fancy Goods,
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NEW BOOKS just received and lor sale at
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VV. H. II. HODGES & CO.
rheology explained and defended in a Series of
Sermons, by Timothy Dwight, with a memoir of
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Narratives of remarkable Criminal Trials, trans
lated from the German by Lady Duff Gordon,
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ter chiefly from the works ot the Rev. W. L. Rham,
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Honorary Member of several Agricultural Societies
— with numerous illustrations,
Jessie’s Flirtations, by the author of Kate in
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THE FEMALE MINISTER: or, A Son’s
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Marguerite De Valois; an Historical Romance,
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A Year with the Franklins; or, to Suffer and be
Strong, by E. Jane Cate.
. ^,c PrcS'on Territory, its History and Discovery;
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Escuriai; also, the treaties and negotiations be
tween the United States and Great Britain, held at
various tunes for the settlement of a boundary line
—and an examination of the whole question in re
spect to facts and the law of nations, by Travers
I wise, D. C. L., F. R.S., Professor ol Political
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author of the “ History of the Great Reformation,”
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The Bush Ranger of Van Diemen’s Land, hy
Charles Bancroft.
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Nos. 7!) and 80 Illustrated Shakespeare. For sale
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June 2
NOW in course ol Publication by Harper k
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chanical Inventions, Por.raits of Eminent Persons,
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WORKS, ON ELOCUTION. I
Manual of Elocution; embracing voice anrl
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leges, ns well as for private learners, hy Merritt
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Htical Rcnnomy and Tcac her of Elocution in Dick
cns'in College.
Plain System of Elocution ; or, logical and mu
sical reading and declamation, with exercises in
prose, and verse, distinctly marked for the gui
dance of the eat and voice of the pupil, by G.
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New \ork. The above with other valuable works
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OOAKDING OUT; a Tale of Domestic. Life,
iJ by the author of ” Keeping House and House
Keeping, &c., kc.
Richelieu ; a Talc of France, by G. P. R lames
No. 12 Illustrated Jew. The above just received
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May 23
BOOOJtSi BOOKS!! Ml the valuableSet.
cntific Books, cither on hand, or supplied a(
short notice, and at Northern prices. Enquire at
the New Rook Store- N. B. WEBSTER.
pHBAP PUBLIOATIOIVI. An exjpei
Vv assortment mar always be found at the New
Book Store, at the Publisher’s prices.
F«b24 N. B. WEBSTER
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
DR. DYOTT’S
APPROVED a inti* hi lious pills.
NKIV STYLE
FOR THE PREVENTION OF COUNTERFEITS.
Prepar'd under (he immediate inspection of T If".
DYOrr, HI. I)., at the Pharmaceutical I.abora
lory of the Columbian College, established
Philadelphia, A. ll. 1804.
rI',IIE general u<o of which prevent and cure all
X Disease* nrising from Bilious Habits, Consti
potion of the Bowels, Impurities of the Blood, &c.
These Pill*, hy their counteracting properties in
removing the Bile from the Stomach, prevent and
euro the Bilious Fever, Chills or Ague and Fever,
Small Pox,. Bilious Cholic, Pleurisy, Dysenterv,
Worms, Bilious Vomiting, Sick and foul Stomarlt.
By cleansing the bowels and stomach from all
impurities, they restore the loss of Appetite, re
move Flutulency, cure the Head Ache, Giddiness,
Habitual Costiveness, Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Ep
eliptic Fits, Hypochondria, Hysterical Complaints,
Stranguary, Gravel, Piles, &c.
By a general and copious use, they will be found
very beneficial in curing the Rheumatism, and
Gout, Lumbago or Pain in the Back, Scrofula. Cu
taneous. Eruptions,. Pimples or Blotches on the Face,
and all impurities in the Blood whether proceeding
from constitutional ailment, or from indiscreet in
temperance.
'I hese celebrated Pills have been used to great
advantage in curing the Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, «tc.
They are ntt infallible medicine for Female Com
plaints generally, and especially for removing
those obstructions, which are the source of their
ailments, at certain periods ; they possess the emi
nent advantage over most other purgatives, that
while they operate gently, they produce neither
costiveness, debility nor too great excitement.
Whenever there is a predisposition to receive
disease from inaish effluvia, or Iroip a too copious
use of ardent spirits, or fioni a vitiated state of the
bile, these Pills will assuredly counteract it.
Dr. Dyoit’s Anti-Bilious Pills being an antidote
against the Scurvy. Costiveness, and its conse
quences, are strongly recommended to sea-faring
men, and all travellers by sea or land, that they
may be resorted to on the earliest appearance of
anv disease.
For the Preservation of Health they ought to he
used occasionally by those in health, as well as the
afflicted.
Time or Climate will not affect them, provided
they are.kept dry. Every Planter shoultt be pro
vided with these Pills, to preserve the health of
their people on the Plantations.
Cch Principal Office and Depot for tho sale of Dr.
Dyott’s Anti - Bilious Pills, is at the Columbian Col
lege, No. 132 North Second street, Philadelppia.
Also for salt! bv the most respectable Druggists,
and Merchants throughout the United States, South
America and West Indies.
D. W. DYOTT & SONS.
*** Observe that each box of Pills is accompanied
with full directions, with the WRITTEN signa
ture of the Proprietor, T. W. DYOTT, M. T).
Special Depot, at the Store of Alexander Duvall
& Co., No. 148 Main street, Richmond.
Also, for sale by CHARLES H. HEIN1TSH,
Agent, and I. C SCIIOOLFIED & CO., Ports
mouth; M. A. Santos, King & Toy, B. Emerson,
Robertson & Cornick, Win. II. Broughton, Nor
folk, and by Druggists generallj’throughout the
United States- May 28
| THE WRITTEN SIGNATURE
The only Safeguard against Counterfeits.
I lie public attention is invited, ami particularly
referred to the advertisement, setting- forth the new
style of labeling, and the putting up of Dr. Beck
with's Anti-Dyspeptic or Dinner Pills. Also, to that
of Dr. Dyolt'e Approved Anti-Billions Pills; both
of which it may bo seen, are protracted from be
ing counterfeited, by the only safeguard to be de
pended upon, the WRITTEN SIGNATURES of
of the proprietors on the label of each box of pills.
All others, which may be offered for sale by un
principled persons, are surely llase Counterfeits,
and will be rejected as such. The pills that were
in the bands of persons who purchased the genuine,
have all been exchanged for such as have the Writ
ten Signature of the proprietor.
The sole agency for the sale oi Beckwith's Anti
Dyspeptic ami Dyott's Anti-Billions Pills, is vested
in the hands of T. W. Dyott & Sons, of the Co
lumbian College, No. 132 North Second street,
I Philadelphia, who will execute any oidcrs for the
Druggists, and all Wholesale Dealers, who wish
to be furnished with the genuine pills, will be sup
plied on the most liberal terms, by applying as
above.
Also, for sale, by CHARLES H. HEINITSH,
Agent, and I. C. SCHOOLFIELD & CO., Ports
mouth, M. A. Santos, King ii Toy, B. Emerson,
Robertson & Cornicle, W. H. Hroug-liton, Norfolk,
and by Druggists generally throughout the United
States. May 16
DR. S WAYNE’S COMPOUND SlfRUP
OF WILD CHERRY.
CONSUMPTION,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Com
plaint, Spitting Blood, difficulty of Breathing,
Pain in the Side and Breast, Palpitation of the
Heart, Influenza, Croun, Broken Constitu
tion, Sore Throat, Nervous Debility, and
all Diseases ol the Throat, Breast and
Lungs ; the most effectual and speedy
cure ever known for any of the
above diseases is
THE GENUINE PREPARATION,
DR. SWaYNF.’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
WILD CHERRY.
Consumptives, or those whose lungs are affected
slightly, should take this Syrup without delay, by
which they may prevent the fixing of that dire dis
ease fully ami firmly. How important then, to
avoid itf Never live a day with a cough when this
Syrup can be had, and you arc nearly certain,
with proper care, to evoid destruction by Consump
DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
WILD CHERRY was the first propitiation from
that valuable tiee which was ever introduced to the
public, and ample proof is afforded of its success
by the country being flooded with “Balsams,”
“ Candies.” and “ Mixtures” of Wilrl Cherry, not
one of which is prepared by a regular ph-sician,
although they have assumed the names of respecta
ble physicians to give currency to their “Nos
trums.” And there is an “ Impostor” who has
come out within a few days, with a Compound Syr
up of Wild Cherry, clinging still closer to the ortgi
oal name, that persons might he deceived if they
did not bear in mind the name of DR. 8WAYNE
Therefore the public should be on their guard, and
not have a worthless mixture palmed upon them
for the original and genuine preparation, which is
only prepared by Dr. SWAYNE, N. W. Corner of
Eighth and Race streets, Philadelphia
0O*Thc public are requested to remember that it
is Dr. Swsyne’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry,
that has and is repeatedly performing such mirac
ulous cures of diseases which have baffled the skill
of the Profession, and set at defiance the whole cat
alogue of Patent Medicines, which are daily puffed
through the organs of the press. Therefore ask for
Dr. Swayne’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry,
anti purchase none other. J
( HARLES H. HEIN I PSH, Agent fur Portsmouth,
Va., King & Toy, and I). D. Murden, Norfolk, and
Peyton Johnston, Richmond, Va. Dec 2*2
TO DRUGGISTS AND WHOLESALE
1 DEALERS.—UNITED STATES DEPOT OF
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 proprietors, in the hands of T W.
Dyott & Sons, of the Columbian Collf.ge, No
132 North Second street, Philadelphia, *'or the con
venience and express purpose of supplying all
wholesale purchasers at one particular point.
Orj-Dr. T. W. Dyott h Sons, have made such
arrangements with the proprietors of the most pop
ular medicines now in use, as to enable them to
furnish druggists and wholesale dealers, on much
more advantageous terms than they can in general
be procured from the proprietors themselves. And
as no sophisticated preparations are kept or sold at
this establishment, there is no risk of getting Coun
terfeit articles, with which the country now a*
hounds
The attention of the public is solicited, to call at
the Fountain Head as above, where is kept for sale,
and may be examined, the most extensive and gen
eral assortment of Proprietory articles of Modi
cinos, to be found in the ITnited States.
For the convenience of those who it may not hr
Convenient to apply at the above establishment,
we have established Special Depots in the following
cities, where the most of the articles contained in
our general catalogue are to he found.
RICHMOND, Va., at the store ol A. Duval &
Co.. 147 Main street.
tVASHINGlON, D. C., at the store of Robert
Farnham.corn Eleventh street and Penn Av
enue
BALTIMORE, Md., at the store of S. S. Hancc,
►go. 108 Baltimore street.
NEW YORK, No. 128 Maiden Lane.
ALBANY, N. Y., No. 53 State street.
BOSTON. Mass., No. 2 Water street.
MANUP ACTURBI> TOBAUCO—- I700
packages M A N UFACUR ED TOBACCO, of
various well known brands, 6’g, 8’s, 12’s. 10’s,
pounds snd half pounds; in store and’ for sale by
Na7 5 J. WILLS
XBPlOtWM, <kc.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DVK
STUFFS. FAINTS, &c.
I. C. SCHOOLFIELD & CO..
HIGH STREET, ’
HAVE on hand at their New Store a
ireneral and well-selected assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Due-Stuffs, Pni„it
Window (Slass, Darden Seeds, tituss
- .111 - Wart, and Fancy Goods, with a choice
lot ol Fresh Canton and Pekin TEAS of the most
approved brands, and of the very best quality. All
ol which we purpose selling' as low as the same
Goods can be find in any section of Virginia. Or
ders from Country Merchants, Physicians, Plan
ters aud others, will be promptly attended to and
faithfully tilled oh the most accommodating terms.
We a vail nurselvos ol the opportunity to return
our acknowledgements to our friend* for the very
liberal patronage already received at their hands,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of their fu
W._■_ Feb 19
I^RESH MINERAL VV ATERS.W,- take
pleasotc in informing the public generally
that we have received, and will keep constantly up
during the season, a full supply of “ WHITE SUL
PIIMl WATER,’* from the celebrated Spring in
Greenbrier County, Va.
I bis water, which has been for sevoial years
transported from the White Sulphur Springs, in
Greenbrier County, in this Slate, enjoys great repu
tation throughout the United States, and is now
very generally nsed, and its virtues extolled as a
remedial agent in bilious diseases incident to a
warm climate, dyspepsia, cosiivencss, jaundice,
chronic rheumatism, gout, dropsy, in affections ol
Ihc breast occasioned by disca-'eof the stomach or
liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general ;
chronic inilamation of the kidneys and Madder,
and urethra, piles, scrofula and eruptions, or other
affections of the skin ; ill-conditioned ulcers, mer
curial diseases, &o., Stc., all of which is attested
by the highest names in the medical profession, and
many others who have for years used this water,
both at and when removed from the fountain.
SARA TOGA WATER, from the Congress, Union,
Pavillion and Iodine Springs in New York, in quart
and pint bottles.
CHALYBEATE MINERAL WATER, an active
and lasting Tonic. A general view of the analy
sis of this water, will show that it stanCs 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 digestive organs, aug
menting (he muscular vigour, and promoting the
excretions; it is of course advantageously employed
in those diseases in which Iron is principally used,
such as Amenorrhea, Chlorosis, some states of Me
norrhagia, Leucorrhea, Dyspepsia, Scrofula and ca
rious forms of Chronic Debility.
***The only Agents for Wm. B. Calwbll, pro
prietor of the “ White Sulphur Spring,” are M. A.
SANTOS, Norfolk, nnd
CHAS. H. I1EINITSH, Agent,
May 30 Portsmouth.
DOCT. BESTUSCHEFFICH’S cele
brated MIXTURE.—The most safe
and speedy remedy ever discovered for the cure of
the Secret Diseases.
In Europe this medicine has loner enjoyed the
reputation of curing all these troublesome com
plaints, subject to man, and in this country no in
stance of its failure has ever been known wherever
it has been introduced, provided the patient strict
ly adhere to the directions given.
It possesses however what may he justly called a
specific power in most constitutions, especially
when administered in the curly and acute form of
the disease It moderates the infiamalory symp
toms in a shorter time, and with more certainty
than the majority of the nauseating nostrums now
offered to the public.
A preparation, therefore like the present one and
possessing such medical properties, must, when its
virtues are found out, prove the great desideratum
sought for, and from the general success attending
its use, must command a large and extensive cir
culation. Prepared and sold only by
Dec 19_ HENRY BIJFF, High street.
SJ ECRET I)ISEASES !—BUTLER’S COM
O POUND BALSAMIC MIXTURE, a pleasant
safe, and certain cure for all cases of GONORR
HOEA AND GLEETS.
*n consequence of the many useless Mixtures
and Pills recommended for these complaints, it is
necessary to publicly announce that this Medicine
is the best known for the immediate removel of
these troublesome and unpleasant diseases. But
ter’s Mixture cures where Pills, Drops, Electua
lrics, Copaiva and Nitre, and Harlem Oil will have
noeffect. It is therefore recommended as thejlir»(
remedy to be tried in all cases, for when recent One
Bottle generally produces a permanent cure. Be care
ful of counterfeits. The only true Agents are
Chas. H. Heinitsh, Portsmouth, M. A. Santos, Ro
OLUNTEEES FOR OREGON . -Attri
tion Rheumatic Battalion'—In anticipation
of a War with England, the individuals composing
the Rhcmatic Battalion are each and every otic no
tified and warned to appear (armed as shall here
after bn directed,) before Orderly Surgeon M. A.
SANTOS, at his Drug Store on Main street, Nor
folk, and (. HAS. II HEINITSH, Assistant Orderly
Surgeon, Portsmouth, and purchase a bottle of
HEW’S LINIMENT AND ELIXIR,
which is warranted to cure all the old cases of
Chronic or Inflamatory Rheumatism that have re
mained uncured up to the present time. This with
out delay, so that they may be in readiness to
march, if called upon.
To the Universal Rheumatic Battalion !
Given this day at Head f^uarters, by
The above article is sold nt wholesale i>y Com
stock & Co., 21 Courtland street, New York, by M.
A. Santos, Norfolk, and CHAS. H. HEINITSH,
orison & Cornick, Norfolk.
Dec. 29
COMSTOCK & CO.,
Commanders General.
Agent. Portsmouth.
May 23
HORSES : H OKS ION ! !
a. YODER’S CELEBRATED HORSE
LINIMENT.—'I his Preparation has
I given general satisfaction for more
I thnn forty years. It is well known
:— !■ mj ' Aw-iiai u.ltd Ijy me OKI •
man Horse Farriers throughout the United States
K i« used in some of the most troublesome diseases
with which the NORSK is affected ; such as Spavin
and Ringbone, Old Strains, Swellings, Stiffness of
the Joints, Galls produced bv the Collar or Saddle,
Strains of the Shoulders, Strains of the Stiffle,
^trains of the Hough, Strains of the Wbirlbone,
Strains of the Knee, Strains of the Fetlock, Strains
of the Pastern and Collin Joints. It very soon
cures old or fresh Wounds, Cuts, Bruises, &c., and
gives instant relief in the Scratches.
This Liniment is highly recommended to Far
riers. Keepers of Livery Stables, Wagoners, Stage
Contractors, and private Gentlemen owning Horses
as an invaluable remedy, and should be constantly
kept in their Stables.
The Genuine for sale at the Drug Stores of C.
II. IIEINI TSH, Agent, Portsmouth j M. A. San
tos, Robertson & Cornick, Norfolk ; and Gay
nor k Wood, Richmond. April 16
BED HUG POISON.—The Subscriber has re
centiv nrennrnrl » ..e _
I)a quantity of that superior
BhD BUG POISON, which is so well known in this
» " i nuun ii in tlllh
community as an excellent dpstroycrof those trou
blesome insects that frequent the fted Chamber du
ring the warm season.
Persons wishing to be clear of surh nuisances,
would do well to call, and purchase a bottle of it,
as be is confident that it will give entire satisfac
t,on ‘ H. BUFF,
rJpD IIITlLi>i-’its. I would inform builders,
coVn.rac,iorB nnf* others, that I ain prepared to
put on fin Roofs at the shortest notice, in the best
manner, and at reduced prices. Also Gutters and
Conductors put up in the best style, and materials
warianted. ] will refer to any person who liascin
ployed me. All kinds of jobbing done, in the best
possible manner. Copper IVork of every descrip
tion executed, nnd eve-y other kind of Work in
my line done with punctuality and dispatch.
. DANIEL 8. CHERRY,
April 23 Under the Old Dominion Other.
A PEW MORE LEFT of th-.sr- fikna
xY CP - . - -
LS, which I will sell cheap in order to close
the lot K
Tin for Safes, a lot very cheap.
Brit uiia Metal Tea and Coffee Pots, a few af cost.
Copper Stills and Worms on hand, or made to
Steam Pipes, Soda Pipes, and Guttering, at one
third less than usual. No humbug'
D. 8. CHERRY,
May 26 Under the Old Dominion Office.
IITHITE COTTON FRINGES. WV have
v T received recently frr.m New Yorks large as
Kortnnnt of W hite FURNITURE FRINGES, of
beautiful patterns and very cheap.
Miy 2 JOHN COCKE k CO.
/ 'INI INF, HA RLEM OIL.—A fresh
"A ply of HARLEM OIL, which w« warrant to
be genuine. I. C. SCHOOLF1ELD k CO
April 18—Rj_Hign street.
(1 IN.--60 bbl* Imitation Holland Gin, justTre*
A ccived, for sale by
.. __ J. WILLS
SA LX-—400 sacks 8 A LT, for sale by
**an ® WILLS, Commerce at.
M19CELLAN KOUS.
fI'llK PATENT (JALVANIC RINGS, &
I. MVGNEIIC FLUID—This remarkable Jin
- ■ - -— — - « >■« ! ivmui muMH ilia*
covery Iras received the universal approbation ot
the Medical Profession of Great Britain, and has
been sufficiently lorry before theAmerican public
to give a lair trial of rta power and efficacy. The
PATENT GALVANIC KINGS ave been found to
answer all the purposes lor which ordinary Galvan
ic Battery or Electric and Magnetic Machines arc
used, but are without any of the injurious shocks
which accompany the applications try those instru
ment*.and in many other respects are more sate
ami certain in accomplishing the desired object.
The Galvanic Rings have been used with perfect
success itr all cases ot Rheumatism,acute or cluon
•c, applying to the head, face or limbs ; Cool,Tic
Doloreux. Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo, Nervous
°,r Sick Headache, Indigestion, Paialysis, Palsy,
Epilepsy, Fits, Cramp, Palpitation ol the lirnrt,
Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints, Lumbago. Neuralgia,
General Debility, Deficiency of Nervous Energy,
and all Nervous Disorders, lit cases of confirmed
Dyspepsia Urey have been successful. Their extra
ordinary i fleets upon the system must bo witnessed
to be believed; and as a certain preventive for
the above complaints they are equally to l»c recom
mended. The Galvanic Kings are in every way
perfectly harmless, arid are. sold at prices lobe
within the reach of all. Cuistik’s Maus^tic Fluid
is used in connection with tho Rings, »b render
t.ieu- efficient action certain, and to direct the Gal
vanic influence to the particular poi tipns which arc
, affected.
For numerous certificates of the highest charac
ter rcg.inling the efficacy of the Galvanic Kings
i and Magnetic Fluid, reference ia made t6 former
advertisements, or they may be seen at the office.
Only Agency in New-York, 134 Fulton street, (Sun
Builc.ing.) • 1
To guard against fraud. Dr. Crmtie appoints
hut one A rcncy in ouch of the Cities of the United
States. The only Agency for the City or Norfolk
is M. A. SANTOS, for Portsmouth, Va., CHAS. II
HE1NITSH, Agent.
Oo* Please call and gel a pamphlet gratis.
Aug 29
The standard pronouncing dic
tion ar\ of the French and English Lan
guages, in two parts.
Part 1st, French und English —Part 2nd, Eng
lish and French.
Tho First Part comprehending words in common
use. Terms connected with Science. Terms be
longing to the fine Arts. 4000 Historical Names.
4000 Geographical Names, 1100 terms lately pub
lished, with the Pronunciation of eve
.- ..„ every word ap
cording to the French Academy and the most emi
nent Lexicographers and Grammarians, together
with 750 Critical Remarks, in w.hich the various
methods of pronouncing employed by different au
thors are investigated and compared with each
other.
The Second Part, containing a copious vocabu
lary of English words and expressions, with the
pronunciation according to Walker. The whole
preceded by a practical and comprehensive system
of French pronunciation, bv Gabriel Surenne, F.
A. S. E., French Teacher in Edinburgh ; Corre
sponding Member of the French Grammatical So
ciety ol Paris; Lecturer on Military History in the
Scottish Naval and Military Academy ; nud author
of scycial wo-ks on Education. Reprinted from a
duplicate cast of the stereotype plates of the last
Edinburgh Edition. One stout volume. 12rno. 900
pages. Price $1.50. At the New Book Store.
•June G N B. WEBSTER.
RE M E M II E It J—THE COLUMBIAN COL'
LEGE, under the direct supervision of Dr. T.
W. Dyott & Sons, No. 132 North Second slre-ct,
Philadelphia ; is the only establishment to he de
pended on for procuring every description of Gen
uine Popular Medicines in their most pure state._
No counterfeit or sophisticated preparations hung
kept for rale, at *his establishment, purchasers wifi
run no ri-=k of being imposed on with truth.
OO 'V holesale Dealer* supplied on liberal terms.
%* For more particulars read the “ Oracle of
Health’'. _ May ^
MI LIT A RY T A C>T IC S^Macomb’s Tac"
tics; a concise system of instructions anti
regulations for the Militia and Volunteers of the
United Slates ; comprehending the exercises and
movements of the Infantry, Light Infantry, Rifle
men, Cavalry and Artillery, together with the man
ner of doing duty in garrison and in canip, &c.,
by Major Gen. A. Macomb.
Infantry Tacticb ; or rules for the exercise awd
mnnouvresof the United States Infantry, new edi
tion by Major General Winfield Scoit, . S Ar
my, in 3 vols. Vol. 1st containing Schools of the
Soldier and Company. Vol. 2d, School of th<* Bat
talion and instruction for Light Infantry or Rifle.
Vol 3d, Evolutions of the line! For sale at the
New Book Store. N. B. WEBSTER.
SWETT’8 PRIMARY SCHOOL GRAM
MAR.—This concise and very lucid Elementa
ry Treatise for beginners, just published, has been
received with great tavor by School Committees
and Teachers. Although it has been out of the
press but a few weeks, it has been introduced into
a large number of Schools, and bids fair to become
the most popular and useful little work of the kind
extant. For sale at the New Kook Store.
April 11 N. B. WEBSTER.
A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF BOOK
KEEPING BY SINGLE ENTRY; exemplified
in two sets of books ; containing various forms of i
Bills, Mercantile Calculations, &o., adapteil to the
use of Schools, as well as for Merchants, Retailers
and Mechanics, by B. W. Foster, Practical Ac
countant. For sale by
June 21) W. H. H. HODGES & CO.
1IST OF NEW AIUSIC just received at
-J W. H. H. HODGES & CO’S Book, Music and
Variety Store.
The Heart’s First Dream of Love
They Little Know the Charms
VVe arc belov’d Again
The Little Star
Blue Eyes
Speak gently
Thou art Lovelier
Governor Aiken’s March
Oleander Waltz
To Win the Love of Thee.
In Childhood’s Calm and Sinless Bloom
VVe Met by Chance
Poetry—Tho Portrait
Athletic Waltz
The Isle of Founts
May 26
NEWS! MEW8!!-VVe have just received
another assortment of those beautiful EIRE
SCREENS. Call soon and make your delection,
as they are selling rapidly. Remember we air.
selling the same Screens which usually sell at 75
cents for 50 cents only.
iWay 23 VV. H. H. HODGES & CO.
SUNDRIES.—15 hhds Porto Rico Sugar; 1
whole and hnlf boxes Covering’s Refined I/>a
Sugar,
20 kegs Goshen Butter, which wc will sell low to
close,
2000 Extra Southampton Hams,
75 kegs No. I. Lard,
150 bids Richmond Superfine Flour,
10 do Peppermint Cordial,
5 do 8 years old Apple Brandy, for sale b
April 28 WILLS & CO.
SATIN .STRIPED B A RRAGES. UAL
ZOKINES AND LAWNS.—JOHN COCKE &
CO., have now received their ehtire stock of DRESS
GOODS, and would beg leave to coll the attention
of the Ladies to their handsome and well selected
Stock of Satin Striped Barrages, Balzormes and
Lawns. As they aro convinced they cannot be
surpassed, either as regards neatness, beauty or
cheapness. JNO, COCKE & CO
April 23
INFANT BAPTISM tested by Scripture and
History ; or the infant’s claim to Churchmem
bership defended and established on testimony scrip
tuial and historical, by William (lodges, A. M.,
Rector of Bruton Parish. Williamsburg, Va A*
few copies for sale by
Nov 7 W. H. IL HODGES it CO.
IRVING’S CATECHISMS, ofAslronomy,
Botany, Chemistry, Jewish Antiquities. Grecian
Antiquities, Roman Antiquities, Mythology. Biog
raphy, Universal History, Grecian History, Roman
History, and English History. For sale at the New
Book Store—price 121 cts each.
April M N. B. WEBSTER.
P A R A s o L S , PA R A SO LETTS A N f)
SHADES.— We invito the attention of the La
dies to our handsome assortment of PARASOLS.
PARALOLETTS and SUN SHADES.
April 23 JNO. COCKE k CO.
Boo K s WORTH HA VING. The Deacon.
ship, by Robert Boyte C. Howell, D. D. author
of “ Sacramental Communion,” Pastor of the 1st
Baptist Church, Nashville., Tenn—price 37) cents.
A Pure Christianity the World’s Only Hope, by
Rev'd. R. W . Cushman. For sale at the Book and
Variety Store of W. H. H. HODGES k CO.
June 27
Magazines pon junk.-graham-s
MAGAZINE, and GODY’S LADY’S BOOK
for June, received and for sale by
May 28 W H. H. HODGES It CO.
'* -LLA1 ■■■■Uli
WATCHES, JEWELRY, Scc.
l0. L. DICKSON,
Practical jeweller,
Kespectully in
fouiiH I ho Citizens
of Portmuoutli and
vicinity,{hat he has
just returned from
Philadelphia, and
established himself
on Hiarh street, two
doors froit^ the Cor
ner of Middle st.,
where al| Business
! in his line will he
oromptiy ti faith
| fully executed. Ho
will alfco keep on
hand such articles
''JBWRLHY,
as arc required for
tnid market ,at pri
ces corrr spooning with the time-.
D. L. D. would solicit a share of thg public pat
ronage.
1*. S. I have engaged Mr. J. DRAY as my
Clock and Watch MAKER. From his long expert
elite and the reputation he has as being' a superior
workman, I feel confident ol giritft! those who may
favor me with their Watch and Clerk Repairing,
every satisfaction. IX DICKSON.
April ‘2
\VATCII AN 1) CLOCK REPAIRING.
_ _ The Stdiacfiber respectful
Iv lnlorm Ine mbamitiiti o'
Portsmouth and Norfolk, thus
he hiw commenced the watcr
A N P CLOCK RCrAIBINC HVSI
hem, at tbc Simiil forijneily
occupied by W. Meydou,
anti be would auy the Pub
lic tbat be haa served a r«gu>
i*r iipprcimceamp at w*« oaomese,, ana naa Been,
engaged for the last fer» years, Raambing line
WATCHES & CLOCKS; t5erefon, he Attitrs but if
sell that his abilities are such,as to p-iwe satisfaction
to ull_ who may favour him wrth frherr custom.
Officers of the Navy, arsd1 others, inay rel/y wpen
their work being1 done in the. t>est manner, and at
the time appointed. A NS>2tEW H*>HINSON.
JEWELRY & SILVER- WARE repaired in tha
best manner. ENURATTU®; neatly executed.
Jan 6
»EW 4 FASHION
ARLE GOODS.— I haae just
r«t»r!w>d with a vte w and splen*
did aM«rl!nenit/GaM, Silver
I_-oine. lcv*rr and Verge
'Vatrhoa, Gold Guards,a large
lot of 9rrn»t Pina, an unaaun)
largrratoefc. Geld Fo’o and Veal
Chains, Gold .Lockets, Medal
mm .mu i»i1111itinrc v..ises, iiwir, airrer, and steel
Spectacled, Gold and Silver Thimbles and Shields,
Gold Guard Keys, Gold Stotts a ad Sleeve Buttons'
Coral and Clasps, Finger Rings of every variety,
Table, Dessert and Tea threaded Silver To rks.Tar
blc, Dessert and Tea thread Spoons, plain Silve
Spoons, Sugar Tong*, Salt and Mustard Spoon*.
Ladles, Butter Knives, Cream Ladle*. Sugar La
dles, Silver Tea sets of superior style. Combs,Tooth
and Hair Brushes, Silk and other varietv of Reti
cules, a large lot of Fancv Goods.
fjt> A large supply of Fancy Fans from 12Jctr.
to $(i each. Ladies, call and sec them
{fcpCIocks and Watches repaired and warranted
as usual. Old Gold and Silver bought and taken
in exchange.
July 7 J.M. FREEMAN, Norfolk.
the new York weekly mirror.
THE fourth volume of the Weekly Mirror, in its
present form, commenced on the 11th April,
18-lfi The reduction of the subscription price
from Three Dollars to Two marks an era in the
history of this popular and widely circulated Jour
nal—a journal which, though it hath seen many
changes during the twenty years of its existence,
hn* obtained a high and permanent place in the
annals of .wnerican Literature. It is peculiarly
gratifying to the publisher to be able to state that
senreely a day now passes that does not add to its
subscription list, nor a mail arrive that does not
bring some favorable mention of it by contempo
rary journals.
The new and attractive feature of the present
volume is the publication of an original Novel of
great interest, written expressly for the Mirror,
entitled
“MARY ECKAR. A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
WIDOWS.”
This beautiful story increases in interest as it pro
gresses, and no one. whose taste has not been per
verted by high spiced fictions of the French school,
can read a single chapter without a desire for the
whole of it. Calculating on the intrinsic excel
lence of the work to make its own popularity,
without the aid of puffing, we have laid aside a
few hundred complete sets of the present volume,
containing all thj chapters as far as published,
and for which there it now a daily demand.
If we could only make up our minds and our
mouths to blow our own trumpet, wc might easily
make noise enough about * The School for Young
Widows’ to create an excitement in the public,
mind, and arouse the curious in literary matters,
i to a loud call for the anonymous author. But we
much prefer to leave our readers to find out them
selves, what is good, without prompting. To pre
face every tiling which appears in our columns
wiih a puff, would he quite as distasteful to our
solves, as insulting to the judgment of the reader.
No man would thank hw cook to stand behind his
chair while eating, and comment upon each dish
upon the table. As ‘good wine needs no hush,’and
good deeds no praise, so good books and good din
ners will be sure to go down without the aid of
puffing.
The story of ‘ Mary Fckar’ is written by a lady
altogether unknown as an authoress, who ha*
'hrown off this spontaneous production as the
flowers yield their perfume, nnd the birds sing
their songs, not for money or for fame, but, as the
poet says, * fi;prn Love’s excess’—the natural inflo
rescence of a true woman’s heart—
* By gentle feelings long subdued,
Subdued and cherished long.’
The interest of the story mainly centres in the
rha-acte.r of the heroine, Clara Anncslcy, the
daughter ot a poor English Clergyman, who die*,
leaving the lovely orphan alone in the world, with
no inheritance but the fatal dower of beauty.
Like all heroines she is fair and sweet and good—
like Woods worth’*
‘ Lovely apparition sent
To be a moment’s ornament.’
She marries (an ancrel in romance would he stu
pid that did not,) contrary to t he commands of hor
dying father, nnd trouble commences. But we
must disclose her histbry no farther except by
weekly instalments.
In addition to this, the Weekly Mirror is mostly
made up of original contributions of the highest
order ot merit . Several able writers arc regularly
employed in tho various departments of the paper
—and, without bpasting, wc may safely challenge
for the Mirror, in its Essay*, Criticisms, Original
roctry, Domestic and Foreign Correspondence,
&c., tkc., comparison with any similar journal in1
the Lnitcd States. In Morals, as well ns Litera
ture, the character and tone of the paper are unex
ceptionable In politics it is entirely free and
fearless, and in literature and religion untrammel
led by clique or sect.
TERMS.
One copy one year, In advance, - <$2 00
One.copy two years, - 3 op
Two copies one year, - . . 3 Q0
Four,.. 00
Ten, - • - - * - - 10 00
All communication should be addressed (post
paid) to H. Fuller, Editor New York Mirror.
N. B. Price of the Daily Evening Mirror, #6
per annum, in advance. July 7
m’RINCw SUPPLY.—NEW YORK HOOT &
u 8,VV.K 8 We have just received by the
s< hr Belle, a large assortment of SPRING GOODS,
« we invite the attention of the citizens of
Norfolk, and the public generally. We arc ms
king a rich addition to our Ladies Department and
especially invite their attention. We are now
Opening toadies Black and Coloured Gaiters, from
•91 •'26 upwards.
F.adies Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, a very
beautiful and neat article, which we aro now offer
ing very low.
Infanta Buskins and Ankle Ties.
Also—Just received, 5 cases Gents Morocco end
Calf Boots and Bootees.
A few boxes Gents wrought Slippers, in every
variety of colour.
Also 3 cases Boys Morocco and Calf Bootees.
MUSICAL CLOCKS.
Wc have just received from our Agent in New
York, two very elegant Musical Clocks, to which
we invite the attention of the public, being of do
mestic manufacture, they are well worthy atten
tion. J
New York Boot and Shoe Store, next to the Far
mers’ Bank, Main street, Norfolk.
Merely 12 J. H. GREGORY.
pfiOUGII I NO.— Persons wishing to have Gar
M dens Ploughed, which is preferable to spading
can have them Ploughed at the shortest notice.^*
Apply to STEPHEN JAMES

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