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Wil li tin and Mary Hewitt and Mias M irti neau are contributors to this work.— English Edition, 2.50 d r MEDICAL Amor. Jour, of Med. Science, Quarterly, 5 00 do Bell’s Select M 'dic.al Library, do 5.00 do M • 'i o-Chit urigical Review, do 5.00 do Bt. ish .ti I Foreign Mod Review, do 5 00 do Boston Med. & Surgical Journ • 1, .Monthly, 3.01) do London Lancet, do 5.00 do Braitliwaite’s Retrospect. Twice a year, l.£0 do WEEKLIES. isiueirs Laving Age, weekly, 6.0U do Philadelphia Saturday Courier, do " 2.00 do New York Albion ; or British and Colonial Foreign Weekly Gazette, 6.00 do N. ^lt. Any work, published in this country, not mentioned in the above list, will be fungsticd to order. O. H. & Co., through their ng-nts in London and Paris, are enabled to supply all European publica tions. Orders made up for both tire above places on the fust and fifteenth of every month LAW, MEDICAL, MISCELLANEOUS, SCHOOL AND MUSIC HOOKS oupplied wholesale and retail. 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Coun'ry Merchants, Teachers, and others, can have their orders promptly supplied W. H II. HODGES & CO., Dealers in Books, Lamps and Fancy Goods, Sep 8 Crwford street. A PRACTICAL SYS I’EHOF BOO K /Y KEEPING BY SINGLE ENTRY; exemplified in two sets of hooks ; containing various forms of Bills, Mercantile Calculations, &e., adapted to the use of Schools, as well as for Merchants, Retailers and Mechanics, hy H. W. Foster, Practical Ac countant. For sale by June 20_W. II. H. HODGES & CO. IIS r OF NEW MUSIC just received at J W. H. 11. HODGES & GO’S Book, Music and Variety Store. The lleirt’s First Dream of Love They Little Know the Charms We are belov’d Again The Little Star Blue Eyes Speak gently Thou art Lovelier Governor Aiken’s March Oleander VValtz To Win the Love of Thee In C lildho id’s Calm and Sinless Bloom We Met bv Chance Poetry—The. 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Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation ; a book for the tlm •*, by an American citizen The Union of the II >ly Spirit and tb« Church in the conversion of the world, by Thomas VV. Jon kyn, D. D. Tho Missionary Enterprise; a collection of Dis course* on Chri*tian Missions, by American au thors, edited by Baron Stow. The Preacher’s M inual; Lectures on Preaching, furnishing rule* and rxamplcs for every kind ol pulpit address, by Hev. H. T Sturtevant. ’ Reprint ed entire from the list London revised addition _ All of the above for sale low by VV. H. 11. HODGE4* & CO., Dealers in Books, Lamps and Fancy Orio le, June 2 Crawford street. H» Mis WORTH II i VlffG. The t>< ship, by Robert Boyle C. Howell, I) I) author of " Sacramental Communion,” Pastor of the 1st Baptist Church, Nashville, Tcnn.— price 37.1 cents A Pure Christianity the World’s Only Hope, by Rev'rl. R. V* . Cushman. For sale at the Book and Variety Store of VV. |J. H. HODGES ft CO. 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V.—For $ *0, we will send seventeen copies of the National Press for one year, and a copy of the Complete Works of N. P. Willis, an elegant oc tavo volume of 10 )0 pages, which retails at live dol lars ! Subsbriptiona. orders, remittances, and all com munications, to be addressed (post paid) to GEORGE P. MORRIS, May if) No. 107 Fulton street. New York. T11E NEW YORK. WEEKLY MIKItOU. f IMIE fourth volume ol tho Weekly Mirror, in its L present form, comm-need on the 11th April, • ^10 The reduction of the subscription price Iron Three Dollars to 'I'wo marks an era in the history of this popular and widely circulated Jour nal—a j.urual which, though it hath seen many changes during the twenty years of its existence, lias obtained a high ami permanent place in the annals of incrican Literature. It is peculiarly gratifying to the publisher to he able to state that scarcely a day now passes that docs not add to its subscription list, nor a in til arrive that docs not bring some favorable mention of it by contempo rary journals. The now and attractive feature of the present volume is the publication of an original Novel of groat interest, written expressly for the Mirror, entitled “MARY ECKAR. V 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 t he French school, cm rcad a single chapter without a desire for the whole of it. Cilculating on tho 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 th J chapters ns far as published, and for which there it now a daily demand. If w«; could only make up our minds an I our mouths to blow our own trumpet, wo might easily mile- noise enough about ‘ The School for Young Widows’ to create an excitement in the public mind, and arouse tho curious in literary mat'ets, to a loud call for the anonymous author, lint we much prefei to leave our readers to find out'thein selves, what is good, without prompting. To pre face every thing which appears in our columns with a puff, would he quite as distasteful to our sclves, as insulting to the judgment of the reader. N> mm would thank his cook to stand behind his chair while rating, and comment upon each dish upon the table. As ‘good wine needs no bush,* and good deeds no praise, so good book* and good din tiers will be sure to go down without ilic aid of puffing. i ne nory or 1 Mary htCkar is written by a lady altogether unknown an an authoress, who has thrown off this spontaneous production as the flowers yield their perfume, and the birds sing i theif songs, not for money or for fame, but, as the j poet says,1 from Love’s excess’—the natural inflo j rcsccnce of a true woman’s heart— * Ity gentle feelings long subdued, Stlbdued and cherished iong.’ 1 he interest of the story mainly centres in the cha-actcr of the heioinc, Clara Anncaloy, the daoyhtcr ot a poor Fugtish Clergyman, who dies, 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 VVoo'Isworth’s ‘ Lovely apparition sent To he a moment’s ornament.’ She marries (an angel in romance would he stu pid that diil not,) contrary to t he comm mils of her dying father, and trouble commences. Hut we must d sc.lose her history no farther except by weekly instalments. In additi m to this, the Weekly Mirror is mostly made tip of original contributions of the highest order of merit. Several able writers are regularly employed in the various departments ot the p iper —and, without boasting, we rnay sifcly challenge for the Mirror, in its F-.says, Criticisms, Original Poetry, Domestic and Foreign Correspondence, ftc., fee.,comparison with any similar journal in the f oiled Smte». In Moral*, as well as Litera ture, the character and tone of the paper arc unex ceptionable In polities it is entirely free and fearless and in literature and religion untrammel led by clique or sect. T F.HMS. One copy one year, in adv.mec, • 00 One copy two years, . . . 3 00 Two copies one year, ... 3 00 Four. *•••.. 6 00 Ten, - - - - . . in 00 All communication should he addressed (nost paid) to H. Fuller, Bditer New York Mirror. V N. B. Price of the Daily Rvoning Mirror, 96 per annum, in advance. July 7 ODD R Y K AVI! 1» K B Y. -~76 bbls of superior quality, in store and for sale by July 1 J. WILLS. DRUGS, MEDICINES, A.C. DR DVOTT’S APPROVED A NTT-BILIOUS PILLS. NEW STYLE | FOR THE PRKVKN ITON OF COUNTERFEITS. ; Prepared u-dee the immrdiute inflection of T. M\ l)YOTT, M. D., at the Pharmaceutical Labora tory of the Columbian College. eelablWhed Philadelphia, A. D. 1804. I fTMI E general u«c ol which prevent and cure nil X Diseases arising from Bilious Habits, Consti pntion of the Bowels. Impurities of the Blood, itc. These Pills, hy their counteracting properties in removing the Bile from the Stomm h, prevent and cure the Bilious Fever. Chills or Ague and Fever. Small Pox, Bilious Cholic, Pleurisy, Dyscntcrv, Worms. Bilious Vomiting, Siek and foul Shmnnrfi lly cleansing Hio bowels and stomach from all impurities, they restore the loss of Appetite, re I m -ve Flatulency, cure the Head Ache, Giddiness, I Habitual Costiveness, Colds, Coughs, Asthma; Ep I cliptic Fits, Hypochondria, Hysterical Complaints, Stranguary, Gravel, Piles. &c. By a general and copious use, they will he found very beneficial in curing the Rheumatism, and Gout, Lumbago or Pain in the Biek, Scrofula. Cu taneous Eruptions. Pimples or Blotches im the Face, and all impurities in the Blood whether proceeding from constitutional ailment, or from indiscreet in temperance. These celebrated Pills have been used to great advantage in curing the Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, &c. They are an infallible medicine for Female Com plaints generally, mid especially lor removing those ohstruc ttons, which are the source of their ailments, at certain periods; they posses* the etui nen* advantage over most other purgatives, that while they operate gently, they produce neither costivencss, debility nor too great excitement. Whenever there is a predisposition to receive disease from marsh elllnvin, or Irotr a too copious use ol ardent spirits, or f> con a v itiated state of the bile, these Pills will assuredly counterac t it. I)r Dyott’s Anti-Bilious Pills being an antidote against the Scurvy. Costiveness, and its conse quences, are strongly recommended to sea-faring men, and nil travellers hy sea or land, that they i may he resorted to on the earliest appearance of any disease. For the Preservation of Health they ought to he used occasionally by those in health, as well ns the a fllicted. I tine or Climate will not a (Tec t them, provided they are kept dry. Every Planter should he pro vided with these Pills, to preserve tho health of tlu-ir people on the Plantations. QC*-Principal Often 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 lor sale by the moat respectable Druggists, and Merchants throng! out the United Stales, South America ami XVest Indies. D. XV DYOTT & SONS. *#* Observe that each box of Pills is accompanied 'villi full directions, with the XVRITTEN signa tine of tho Proprietor, T. XV DYOTT, M. I). Special Depot, at the Store of Alexander Duvall & Co., No. US M tin street, Richmond. Also, foi sale hy CHARLES II. HEINITSII, Agent, and I. C SCHOOLFIKD & CO., Ports mouth; M. A. Santos, King & Toy, B. Emerson, Robertson & Cornicle, XVm. II. Broughton, Nor folk, am! hy Druggists generally throughout the United States- May 28 THE WRITTEN SIGNATURE 77ie only Safeguard asrainst Counterfeits. The public, attention is invited, and 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 Pitts. Also, to that of Dr. Dyott’s Approved Anti-Billions Pills; both of which it may be seen, are protracted from be ing counterfeited, by the only safeguard to be de- I pended upon, the WRITTEN SIGNATURES of of the proprietors on the label of each box of pilis. All others which may he offered for sale by un principled persons, are surely Base Counterfeits, and will be rejected as such. 'The pills thut were in (he hands of persons who purchased the genuine, have all been exchanged for such ns have the Writ ten Signature of the proprietor. The sole agency for the sale ol Beckwith's Anti Dyspeptic and Dyott's Anti-Billious Pills, is vested in the hands of T. XXL Dvott & Sons, of the Co lumbian College, No. 132 North Second street, Philadelphia, who w ill execute any orders for the same. Druggists, and all XVholeaale Dealers, who wish fo be furnished with the genuine piJla, will he sup plied on the most liberal terms, hy applying as above. Also, for sale hy CHARLES II. HEINITSII, Agent, and I. C. SCHOOLFIELD & CO., Ports mouth, 1X1. A. Santos, King & Toy, B. Emerson, Robertson & Cornick, XX . H. Broughton, Norfolk, and hy Druggists generally throughout the United State?. May 16 DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF XVILD CHERRY. CONSUMPTION, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Com plaint, Spitting Blood, difficulty of Breathing, Pain in tho Side and Brcajt, Palpitation of the Heart, Influenza, Crown, Broken Constitu tion, Sore Throat, Nervous Debility, ami all Diseases ol tho Throat, Breast and Lungs; the most effectual and speedy cure ever known for any of tho above diseases is THE GENUINE PREPARATION, I)R. SXVaYNF.’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF XVILD CHERRY. Consumptives, or thoso whose lungs are affected slightly, should take this Syrup without delnv, by which They may prevent the fixing of that dire dis ease fully and firmly. How important then, to avoid it. Never live a day with a cough when this Syrup can be had, and you are nearly certain, with proper care, toe void destruction hy Consump tion . DR. SXVAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF XXILD CHERRY was tho first prepuiation from that valuable tree which was ever introduced tolhe public, and ample proof is afforded of its success by the country being flooded with “ Balsams,” “ Candies.” and “ Mixtures” of XVild Cheirv. not one of which is prepared by a regular pb sician, although they have assumed the names of respecta ble physicians to give currency to their “ Nos frujUH ” Anil there is an “Impostor” who has come out within a lew days, with a Compound Syr up of XVild Cherry,clinging still closer io tncorigi nal name, that persons might be deceived if they did not bear in mind the name of DR. SXVAYNE 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 l.y Dr! SXVAYNE, N. XV. Corner of Eighth and Raco streets, Philadelphia Of?” I he public arc requested to remember that it is Dr. Swayno’s Compound Syrup of XVild Cherry, that Ins and is repeatedly performing such mirac ulous cures of diseases which have baffled (he skill of the Profession, and set at defiance tin whole cat alogue of Patent Medicines, which arc daily puffed through the organs of the press. Therefore nak for Dr. Swayne’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, and ourchase none other. CHARLES II. HEINITSII, Agent for Portsmouth, Va., King & Toy, and I). D. Murdcn, Norfolk, and Peyton Johv.sfon, Richmond, Va. Dec 22 rpo DRUGGISTS AND WHOLESALE 1 DEALERS.—UNITED STATES DEPOT OF PDF’LL VR MEDICINES.—The sole and general Agencies for the sale of all Genuine and most pop ular Medicines, has been appointed, and invested by the various proprietors, in the hands of T. W. Dvott & Sons, of the Columbian College, No 132 North Second street, Philadelphia, ’or the con venience and express purpose of supplying all wholesale purchasers at one particular point. fcf" Dr. T. W. Dyott. h Sons, bate made such arrangements with the proprietors of the most pop ular medicines now in use, a* to enable them to furnish druggists and wholesale dealers, on much more ad van tagcoti* terms than (hey ran in gcr.er.il he procured from the proprietors themselves. And as no sophisticated preparations arc kept or sold at this -stablishment, there is no risk of getting Coun terfeit articles, with which the country now a bonnds The attention of the public is solicited, to rail ai j the Fountain Head as above, where is kept for sale, | and may he examined, the most Extensive and i> ! cral assortment of Proprietory articles of Modi cities, to he found in the United State*. For the convenience of those who it may not be convenient to apply at the above establishment, we have established Special Depots in the following cities, where the most of the articles contained in ocr general catalogue are to he found. RICHMOND, Va., at the store of A. Duval & Co. 117 Main street. WASHINGTON, D C., at the store of Robert Farnham,corn Eleventh street and Penn Av. r.nue BALTIMORE, Md., at the store of S. 8. Hancc, 108 Baltimore afreet. NEW YORK. No. 128 Maiden Lane. A LB ANY, N. Y., No. 53 State street. BOSTON. Miss . No. 2 Water street. Mantjfact?red tor vcco. ~ 1700 pickige* MANUFAOURKD TOBACCO, of various well known brands, 5’s, 8’*, 12’*, 1(Ps, pounds and half pounds; in store and for sale by IW«y 2 .?. AY ILLS — —————mmfssmrnsm■ DUIIUS, MEU1C1KES, &o. DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE STUKKS. I* AI NTS, &c 1. C. SCHOOLFIJELD & CO., II Kill STREET. HAVE on hand at their New Stole « general attd well-selected a*sor tmenl ol Drup;x. Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, Paints, li'indow Glass, GardenmSeeds, Gluts fVare, and Fancy Gooiu. with a choice lot of Fresh Canton and Pekin TEAS of the most approved brands, and of tbe very best quality. All ot which wo purpose selling »s low as the same Good* can be had in any section of Virginia. Or tiers fiom Country Merchants, Physicians, Plan ters and others, will l>e promptly attended to and laittifully tilled on the most accommodating terms. We avail ourselve- of the opportunity to return our acknowledgements to our friends for the very liberal patronage already received at tf eir hands, and respectfully solicits a continuance of their fa voia. Pel. 19 |7<RRSH MINERAL. WATERS.-*We tako I pleasure In informing the public generally that we have received, and will keep constantly up during the season, a full supply of “ WHI I'E SUL PHUR WATER,’* from the celebrated Spring in Greenbrier County, Va. This water, which has been fur sevetal years transported from the White Sulphur Springs, in Greenbrier County, in this Slate, enjoys gren t repu tation throughout the United States, and is now very generally used, and its virtues extolled as it remedial agent in bilious diseases incident to a warm f liniate, dyspepsia, costivcncsa, jaundice, chronic rbeumati-m, gout, dropsy, in ufTeetions of the breast occasioned by disease of the stomach or liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general ; chronic infl imMion of the kidneys and bladder, ami urethra, piles, scrofula and eruptions, or other affections of the skin ; ill-conditioned wlce.s, mer cut ini diseases, Sic., Sic., all of which is attested by the highest names in the medical profession,and uui' is « iih inyc iui us»mi iiiin water, both at and when retrieved from tin- fountain. S \ HATCH! A 'V A'l’ER, from the Congress, Union, Pnvillion and Iodine Springs in New York, in quai t »n»l pint bottles. CHALYBEATE MINERAL WATER, an active and lasting Tonic. A general view of (lie analy sis of tills water, will show (hat it stain's the first in rank of the highly concentrated “ Chnlybeates,”— 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 the muscular vigour, and promoting the excretions ; it is of course advantageously employed in tlior-e diseases in which Iron is principally used, such as Amenorrhea, Chlorosis, some states of Me norrhngia, I^encorrhea, Dyspepsia, Scrofula and ca rious forms of Chronic Debility. %*Thc only Agents for Wm. B. Cai.wf.ll, pro prietor of the “ White Sulphur Spring,” are M. A SANTOS, Norfolk, and CIIAS. H. IIEINITSH, Agent, May 30 Portsmouth. Doer. BEs rusciiepfich>sT“c ele H R ATED MIXTURE.—The most safe and speedy remedy ever discovered lor the cure of the Secret Diseases. In Europe this medicine has long enjoyed the reputation of curing all these troublesome com plaints, subject to man, and in this country no in stance <>f 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 early and acute form of the disease It moderates the infiamatory symp toms in a shorter time, and with more certainty than the majority ot the nauseating nostrums now offered to the public. A preparation, therefore like the present one and possessing such medical properties, must when its virtues arc found out, prove the great dosideratum sought for, and from the general success attending its use, must command a large and extensive cir culation. Prepared and sold only by D-c 19_HENRY BUFF, High street. SEC R ET D1S E A S ES !- B UTLER’S CONI POUND BALSAMIC MIXTURE, a pleasant -afe, and certain cure for all cases of GONORR HfEA AND GLEETS. Hi oonacquencc of the many useless Mixtures and Pills recommended for these complaints, it is necessary to publicly announce that this Medicine is the best known lor the immediate remove! of these troublesome and unpleasant diseases. But ter’s Mixture cures where Pills, Drops, Ebctua Iries. Copaiva and Nitre, and Harlem Oil will have noeffect. It is therefore recommended as th a first remedy to he tried in all cases, for when recent One RoUtegenerally produces a permanent cure. Be care lul of counterfeits. 'Hie only true Agents are Chit*. H. IL-initsh, Portsmouth, M. A. .Santos, Ro e rlson & Cornick, Norfolk. Dec 29 VOLUNTEEES FOR OREGON.—Attfn tion Rheumatic Battalion'—In anticipation °f R ^ ar w’itli England, the individuals composing' the Wirmatic Battalion arc each and every one no tified and warned to appear (armed as shall here 'll'' r be directed,) before Orderly Surgeon M. A. SANTOS, at bis Drug Store on Main atreet, Nor folk, and CIIAS. II IIEINITSH, Assistant Orderly Surgeon, Portsmouth, and purchase a bottle of HEWS LINIMENT AND ELIXIR, which is warranted to cute all the old cases of Chronic or Infiamatory Rheumatism that have re mained nncured up to the present lime. This with *ut delay, so that they may be in readiness to march, if -. ailed upon. To the Universal Rheumatic Battalion ! Given this day at Head Quarters, by COMSTOCK & CO., Commanders General. The above article is sold at wholesale by Com stock & Co., 21 Courtland street, New York, by M. A. Santos, Norfolk, and CIIAS. 11. IIEINITSH, Agent, Portsmouth. May 23 HORSES! HORSES!! jey YODER’S CELEBRATED HORSE LINIMENT.—'Ibis Preparation has J K'vcn gcncrtil satisfaction for more f J than forty years It is well known *iai5£'2**£i;d5aratid extensively used by the old Ger man Horse Farriers throughout the United States It is used in some of the niost. troublesome diseases with which the HORSE is affected ; such as Spavin and Ringbone, Old Strains, Swellings, Stiffness of the Joints, Galls produced by the Collar or Saddle, Strains of the Shoulders, Strains of the Stiffle, 'trains of the II..ugh, Strains of the Whirlbone, Strains of the Knee, Strains of the Fetlock, Strains of the Pastern and Coffin Joints. It very suon cures old or fresh Wounds, Cuts. Bruises, ocr... and gi ves instant relief in the Scratches. This Liniment is highly recommended to Far riers, Keepers of Livery Stables, Wagoners. Stage Contractors, and private Gentlemen owning Horsef as an invaluable remedy, and should be constantly kept in their Stables. The Genuine for sale at the Drug Stores of C II. IIEINITSH, Agent, Portsmouth; M. A. San tos. Robertson& Cornick, Norfolk ; and Gay nor & Wood, Richmond. April 16 B(J6 POISON. The Subscriber has re " PrfP«reH a quantity of lli.it superior MET) Bi t, POISON, which is so well known in this community nsan excellent destroyer of those trou blesome insects that frequent the Bed Chamber du ring the warm season. Persons w ishing to he clear of such nuisances, would do well to call, nnd purchase a bottle of it, as be is confident that it will give entire satisfac ”°° H. BUFF. rr° I would Inlo in buildei ■>, c,,,A!.rac,lor8 nnfl "'hers, that 1 am prepared to put on I in Roofs at the shortest notice, in the best man tier, nnd at reduced prices. Also Gutters and f ondiiclori put up in the best style, and materials wnrianted. I will refer to any person whohasein ployed me. All kinds of jobbing done in the host possible manner. Copper Work of cvcrv descrip tion executed, and cve-y other kind of Work in my hue done with punctuality and dispatch. . .. „ .. DANIEL S CHERRY, April 23 I nder the Old Dominion Office. I> EM EM HER! THE COLUMBIAN COL wEOE, under the direct supervision of Dr. T. nu'1T)/?,!,& So,:,) No- 182 North Second siren, Philadelphia; is the only establishment to be dc pended on for procuring every description of Gen Utiie Popular Medicines in their most pure state.— No counterfeit or sophisticated preparations being kept for rale, at *hia establishment, purchasers will run no ri-k of being imposed on with fras/i. * nolcsale Dealers supplied on liberal terms. ,, * . . r morc Particulars read the *'Oraele of Health”._ May 14 WHITE LEAD, PAINTS, OILS. * c. Just received a large quantity of Ground '' hite Lead, (warranlttl prrfeotli/ pure) together with Pure Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes G’d Verdigris, Chrome Yellow- and Green, LPharge, Bed Lead. Lamp Black, Terra Sienna, Red and Yellow- Orb re, Eng. Venetian Red. Vermillion 'W indow Glass, Putty, Ac. Also Superior Lamp • bis, three different kinds. For sale at the Drug Store, High street, Si gn of the Big Mortar. •July II CHAS. H. HEINITSH, Agent. CAI.T tOO sacks SALT, for sib- by l .tan 6 J. \\ ILI,St Commerce at MISCELLANEOUS. A N U VEG ETA B LE TON 1C A N i> K E 8TORATIVF. HITTERS. FOR TIIK CURE OF DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. rVll E many who have been cured of these linger .l ing dinraxee bv these medicines should induce others similarly alHit ted to avail themselves of the same easy and effectual remedy. Also, KILIOUS COMPLAINTS of every kind—Habitual Costivcncss, nixl all irreg ularities of the digestive organs, soon yield h> the mild yet prompt action of these medicines. That distressing complaint, 'I'll E PILES, is soon rtlitvrd and eventually cured by persevering in the use id these Pills arid Ritters. As warm weather ap proaches. * rowei. and summer complaints will become frequent, and if neglected, severe ami dangerous; these medicines are a certain remedy, and if taken occasionally through the warm scaaou an effectual preventive against any attack of these complaints; and rentier, remember that ** an ounce of preventive is worth a pound of cure.'’ The alrove invaluable Medicines are fur sale in Portsmouth by C. H. HEIN1TSH—Norfolk, M. A. Santos, Toy & King, and upon enquiry may lie found an appointed Agent in every city, town and village in the Southern States. July 14 rffMIE succossof these '’ills ill curing in a few JL hours, where all other remedies have (ailed, nnd ihat, too, in ca3cs of twelve and eighteen months standing, warrants the assertion that, if ta ken according to the directions, they arc a certain cure. Try them nnd be convinced that they arc the most certain an t the very best remedy offered to the public to insure a permanent and lasting cure. The following certificate is from Rev. E. L. Fra zer of Kershaw district, S. C. I have used in my family Dr. Hull’s Fever nnd Ague Pills ami also Dr. Spencer’s Vcgctaclc Pills, for the last two years, and have no hesitation in pronouncing them to he most excellent family medi cines ; and ns an act of jus ice to the worthy propri etoisof these invaluable Pills, I will state lor the information and satisfaction of all concerned, that my wife, prior to our marriage, had been more or less the subject of chills and fevers, for about 18 months, having tried various remedies without suc cess, and was very much reduced in flesh. A few days after our marriage, she commenced with Spencer’s Pilla, and in a day or tw o afterwards with Hull’s Pills; she used about half a Ixrx of each ; the result was a radical cure; she regained her health and strength very rapidly and has had no return of chills and fevers since. I believe these medicines to bo harmless and .safe, anil when used as specifically directed, arc attended with satisfactory results E. L. "FRAZER. Farmington, Kvnhaw District, May‘20, 1846. DR. HULL’S Are the greatest discovery ever made for dispell ing the various kinds of worms that so frequently and distressingly annoy both children and adults. The following is from the Sparta Gazette: “ From our own knowledgj wc take great pleas ure in recommending to the public Hull’s Worm Lozenges, as the best worm medicine t xtant. Chil dren will eat them ns they would candy, and cry l for them. To parents we say. do not oc without these Lozenges at any time, as you value the lives I ol your children.” (jCt- The above invaluable Medicines nre for sale in Portsmouth by C. II. HEINITSII—Norfolk, M. A Santos, Toy & King, and upon enquiry may be found an appointed Agent in every city, town and village in the Southern Stntca. July 16 DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY. The great remrdyfor Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Com plaint, Spitting Blood, Difficulty of breathing, Pain in the Side and Breast, Palpitation of" the Heart, Influenza, Croup, Broken Consumption, Sore Throat, Ner vous Deb.lity, nnil all Diseas es of the Throat, Breast and Lungs; the most effectual cure for the above dis eases is DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY. Another Wonderful cure qf Consumption. Dr. Swaynv’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. (^TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS. CURES, permanent ernes, are daily performed by this wonderful medicine, DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OE WILD CHERRY. This medicine has in many thousand instance:, hi ought health and returning vigor to the weak and lan guid frame. In curing Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting Blood, Tickling or Rising in the Throat, Liver Complaint, Weak Nerves, &c., it has no equal As a Family Medicine no man can measure its value. An Important LcrTEa.—Read the following let ter from Mr. Win. Shaw, a respectable Druggist in Wilmington, N. C.,a gentleman of unbounded veracity, in whose word the most implicit confi dence may be placed, another proof of the superi ority of Dr. Swaync’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry: Wilmington, N. C., Jan 5, 1846. I)r. Swnyne—Dear Sir—You will please send me twelve dozen or more, as you sec fit, of your Syrup of Wild Cherry. From sales of to-day 1 have but a half dozen on band ; the sales are rapidly i-icreas ing.anrl will, I have no doubt, continue to do so. An acquaintance of mine called a few days ago to say lie would give me a certificate of its good ef fcct-t. He is from the country and a minister in the Methodist Church. Shorily aft< r obtaining the agency, 1 prevailed upon him t» try a bottle, though I doubted whether any benefit could be derived, lor lie, as well as myself, thought his ease was con finned Consumption. In fact, every symptom was indicative. Shoitly after, lie wrote me to send him four or five bottles more. He came to town last week. I will quote Ins own language. "Sir,” said lie, “ 1 am a new man, nnd I consider it a du ty 1 owe to the public to tell what Dr. Swaync’s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry has done for me.” I w ill publish his certificate, and as he is generally know n all over our section, I expect good results from it. With every feeling of respect, yotus truly, VY M Niiaw. MORE EVIDENCE OF ITS SURPASS ING HKALTH RESTORATIVE VIRTUES. Who Can doubt the efficacy of Dr. Swuync’s Com pound Syrup of Wild Cherry, after rending the following * Albert A. Ross, of Providence, R. I , cured of C nfirmed Consumption, after being given up by some of our most eminent phys'eians Lloyd Alb-n, of Buffalo, N. Y .cured of a severe cough with oain in the side and brea-t, by the use of the medicine. John B. Jenkina, of Columbus, Ohio, cured by the use of three bottles of Wild Cherry ; his symp toms were a dry cough, weakness of Ins breast, and spitting of blood. Robert Glenn, steward of the Alrnshovso neni Frankfort), testifies to 'ho efficacy of Swayne’s Coni pound Syrup of Wild Cherry, in curing Val entine Chapman of one of the in -si aggravated cases of diseased lungs which has ever been placed upon the record, after every other remedy had failed, and his physician had given him upas incu rable. Miss 8. Lewis, of West Philadelphia, cured of bleeding of the lungs, of five years e finding. Her symptoms were spitting blood, attended w ith a hacking cough, pain in the aide, breast and bark, which finally brought <>n a continued consumption, entirely cured by the use of Dr. Swayne’s Com pound Syrup of Wild Cherry. R« Jackson, D. D., formerly Pastor of the Fir^t Prcshytcrian Church, New York, testifies to the ef ficacy of Dr. Swayne’s Compound Syrup of YVild Cherry, and recommends it to the heads of fami Iks, having witnessed its effect in more than one hundred cases in relieving children of every obsti nite complaint, such as coughing, wheezing, cho king with phlegm, asthmatic attacks, &c. The Genuine sold »t the Drug anti Chemical Store- of CHA8.1I. HElNfTSH, High street, fourth door below Middle st., July 25 Portsmouth, Va. /T ENGINE HARLEM OIL.—A fresh sup \ M ply of HARLEM OIL, which we warrant to he grnufns. I. C. SCHOOLFIELD ft CO., Ap-il 19- 3t Hign strict. —1 * u mrn mm i _miscellaneous. CUUISTIE’N OKNUTNE OALVANlr RINGS, FLUID, &c.- Just received another supply of Christie’s Patent Galvan/ Ring*, Brace lets. Band*, Necklaces, and .Magnetic Fluid, for the prevention andcureol Rheumatism,Gout,Tic Douloitrci.x, C'lnmo, Fits, Purulysis, Headache Vatigo, (IiTi ral Debility, Neuralgia, and all Ner vous Complaint* CHRISTIE’S GALVANIC STRENGTHENING PL.V TERS.—*1 hey arc confidently recommended a* a valuable addition in the speedy cure of Rhcm maliftin, (mute or chronic) in all Nervous tom plaints. Pain* or Weakness of the Chest of Rack Pain in the Side, Aslhnntic Affections, weakness oy oppression of the Pulmonary Organ, lit Spinal Complaints tiieir eflVct* are ol a decided charac ter. The Genuine sold only at the Drug Store ^ign of the IJig Mortar. All other* are worthies* imitation*. Beware 01 Counterfeits! Please call »nd get a Pamphlet giati*. ’ Iim« ‘> CIIAS. n. IIEINITSH, Agent, p HIM SON TETTER WASB.^A kite V.y ci tain cure for I'l.ttei , Ringworms, Pimply on tin'Face, and other obstiuatc Ei uptions of the Skin. This highly and justly celebrated prepaiation ha.* been Ik-hue the public, upwards of forty years and in every instance given general satisfaction in making permanent cure*. Testimonial* of the highest respect ability ran be shown in favor of it* decided efficacy, li’e are the duly person who hat any knowledge of its composition, (since my father's death. ) Our know ledge* amt experience in com pounding Medicine* has been such as admitted nR many vears ago a member of the Philadelphia Col lege of Pharmacy and Chemistry, where we »(! tended Lectures, while Dr*. Wood and Baclu* were Professors, (authors of the United States Di*.’ pensatory, one of the be.-t winks of the kind ever published.) Persons can rely that this preparation i* not a men* experiment. It® long and continual use ha* established a reputation above all others CIIAS. II. IIEINITSH, Agent, ' Member of the. Philadcl| bin College of Pharmacy anil Chemistry. Al*o for sale by M. A. Santos and Robertson & Cornick. Norfolk. June 18 PROSPECTUS WESTE R W° CONTINENT, ./l Southern Family Newspaper of the largcit size. Published every Saturday in the City of Baltimore, by Samuel Smith 4* Co. £rf. ited by IV. T Thompson, author of ** Major Junes' Courtship“ Chronicles if Pine ville, fyc., ff'c. Terms, Two Dollars in ad vance. W* have long regarded it nan most humiliating reflection upon the south, that no professedly neutral family journal has yci been su-tained with, in her borders. We have tested tho experiment whether such a paper could not be supported nt the immediate South, and though not w holly unsuc ccasful. our experience has taught us that the pc. pers of this class published in the large Northern cities, possess ad vantages over those of the roundy which, in a measure, defy competition. But hero the ease is different. B «llimoi e, standing ns it dots on the frontier of the Southern Stales, is yet near enough to the great commercial, literary and n0. litical emporium, to he included in the neighbor hood of great American cities, and to enjoy all the advantages, as a radiating point, which are pos sensed by either Philadelphia, Boston or New York. A paper issued from Baltimore has all tlie far Hit for obtaining tbe latest literary intelligcr ti, as well as the current literature of the day, foreign and domestic, that arc enjoyed by tire journals of the Northern cities. Tho Western Continent is da large, as cheap, and can he belter adapted to the wants and tastes of Southern readers, than those Nor thern papers whirl) now draw so large an arrotuit ol their patronage from the Soother it public. EnteHnining these views, we have looked with confidence to tne success of the Continent. Eight month’s experience has tended to strengthen that confidence, and now we enter upon its publication with a him conviction that all that is necessary to secure for it a circulation coual to that of its North ern coteinporaries, is a faiiliful and energetic de votion or our best abilities to make it a useful and entertaining Family Journal. It is our design lo make the Western Continent emphatically a Southern family paper, that may be read with in terest and profit by every member of a Southern firmly. With this view, we shall draw for our lit. crary departnnent, from the beat sources, such ir.at* ter as will interest and entertain ilie mind, with out offending the taste or corrupting the morals ol our leaders. Pains will he taken to give the latest intelligence on all subjects of interest to the genetal reader, to ihe exclusion of the vast amount ol local matlCiT such as personal gossip, police reports, theatrical and other criticisms, which make up so largr a por lion of the staple of some ol the popular weeklies ot the North, lu u word, though we shall endea vor to make our paper interesting to all. our chid aim shall he to auupt it to the wants and tastes ol the people of tho Mouth and South-West, upon w'hom, and those of our own city who arc disposed to sustain such a journal, we must mainly depend for support. Relying more upon the intrinsic merits of our pa per, than on any promises we might make in a pros pectus, w c will dose by appealing to the readers of the Motijh and West lor a share of tl a patronage which they s>> liberally bestow upon (he overgrown weeklies of the Nor to. '1 knms—The Western Continent is printed on a mammoth shcci ol 20 by 44 inches, on fair type, and securely mailed to subscribers, at Two Dol I. A KS PUR ANNUM IN ADVANCE, ThrCC COpicd Will he. sent for £5, or Seven copies for £10. All letters on the. business of subscriptions lo be addressed, post paid to the editor. W. T. THOMPSON. „ . SAMUEL SMITH.: Baltimore, August, I S ift —Oct 6 ^ PICKS ! SPICKS : ! The Huhtcribcr has just kJ received a lot of FRESH SPICES, such as Mi,ct! White Mustard Seed Ginger “ White” Black Co do Allspice Long Pepper Cloves Blaek do Cinnamon Garlic., &c., &c., suitable for Pickling, to which lie invites the atten tion of the public generally. H. BUFF, _Corner of High and Midd I eats. nENUINE POPULAR MED1CINES. VA Just received a full supply of tho following valuable an.I genuine Preparations. Wo warrant ever y article sold by us to ho the genuine, and di rect Irom the hands ol the Pronrietors Manus Mar.-apai ill.i, Hungarian Balaam Life I Syrup Tar and Naphtha j Tarrant’s Aperient Sugar Coated Pills All Healing Ointment Indian Vegetable Pills Dandelion' and Tomato Panacea Houck’s Panarea Sure Cure Ague and Fe ver Pills Wistar’s Balsam Wild Cherry HriMol’s Sa ran par ilia Hull’s Sarsaparilla Dr. Jayru-’s Preparation* Doctor Swayne’s Syrup Wild Cherry Crimson Teller Wash Lucina Cordial Swoim’a Pannrea Fahnestock's Vermifuge Hiinekcrhofl’s Medicine Harue’s Pile Lotion Hays’ Liniment for Piles O. Gardner’s Liniment, he , hr. ! 1 “ M nern| nwnmcm *>f rure and Genoin* DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS, GLASS, &c., &c., which will he sold at the vciy lowest pri l'cs. CHAS. H. HEINITSH. Aecnt, Member of the Philadelphia Coflope of ®cl 1 Pharmacy ami Chemistry. PRIME RED CLOVER SEED.—Wchave just received a supply of first rato Pennsylva nia RED CLOVER SEED. Persons wishing good sound Seed will please call early. For sale at the Drug Store, Sign of the Rig Mortar. O”1 ‘2i CHAS. H. HEINITSH, Agent. GUADRIIM, '26 bags RIO COFFEE, O 20 bags Laguna <|0 10 hall' chests Imperial Tea, 10 qr do do do 20 holts Jones & Son’s Tobacco, a superior ar ticle, in store and for sale by WILLS & CO., Oet 22 Commission Merchants, High street. (1IIOICE TEAK! — A further supply of supe J nor Green and Blnek TEA recently received, which added to our former stock make otir usual variety. Tea drinkers may confidently rely on getting good G ret n and Rlack Teas of u . 0(1 15 I C. 8CIIOOLFIELD & CO. EI*RENCH TOILETTE I’oiVDKit. w have receiver! a very superior French TOIL ETTE POW PER, highly scented, a la mil/efleiiret. with a beautiful lot of Puffs and Boxes. Call and examine. I. C. SCHOOLFIELD & CO. Oct 16 MA RTIA .N AT A TCH EA.— We have jost re ceived per schr B'llc, from New York, anoth er supply of Andrew Martin’s celebrated and un rivalled FRICTION MA TCHES, which we warrant to be good in all kinds of weather. I C. SCHOOLFIELD & CO . Oct 29 Druggists. I,A 1.0If H — TOO l.hls Fredericksburg and Balti* J more in per ted .SUPERFINE FLOUR, mo mr ntly rxpcctcd, for sale by J. WILLS.