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[Reporlfd tor Ihr Richmond Dispatch.]
Fatal Rallread (elliaien.
;>aw Om.BAMB, Aug. *i.—A collision oc
curred vesteiday on lilt* UaiTOlloa Railroad,
leading irom ibis oity to I/tke PonlcliMrirain.
owing to the fact oi the day kßta« Saaday,Ihe
car* were crowded with pe<ipli> who had g.one
out toviso the Lafte khoro. Threaai ihe pas
►engars were laelan I v killeil.anil a large num
ber were badly wounded The collision is
generally ntir.bnted 10 the culpable neglt
pm-pcl the rngiiiecr. who has ah.-oonded.
The <;rrnl BasK rii at Halifax.
Haiika\, Aug. .0 — The steamship (Ireat
Eastorn arrnrd heie nt 1 .11 P H. on Satur
day last. IB forty-eight hour* from New
Torh, ar.d sailed al • A. M. ou Surday for
HAMrn > Koai>s, Aug tt. The Mrk Wsr-
T _> v ,, ,( days from Sombrero, has arrived, hav
ing'oll board Joeoph Sarapa, ihe negro ring
hwderol 'be asauajroa ihr is.and. He is v
charge of the U S. aulho.. ies.
Nitw N'.iiK Aug. 23.—Cotton 6rg_--U-.and* ti \
die Ptosr firm—(soathera r:> \a ie.it
active asu i asei new flttalJK
.> fl *d Cors A.tivc aid h'mer n.,x»il
Statt. > ti.tr l'..ra I roe aeas *v.'j\» 4".
(ISaUtt Whisks, firm st 21', .-2 uT
Ira »*»s ti'j i-Tv r. ttec stesdi H > it! is
I urpent.ne htun dm, al 3 1 ?.*> :I W.
H ; .e qu.et at IS sii".
rpHB HAY STATIC R*a«K-Flva ■ 'i«
I Shoe Ath, 6*o. #M, *»l"U ..70; the'Helrun -el '
Cookiag Stove, two eiaee ».t« or oithoul hot
oasai reoenroir; tit*" Leader" Co i- nt ?'j»\e
two sixes, prion #** aod CM; tha ' Lily 1 a -* "
Cookina M..\e. for roi. or wood. P r ws §11 ~!i
and if K. _ the " Harp *• CooklßC Blove. I ■'■'
f.r eooatry sss, font sue. The almee really
!.rv- . ,»« \V .r->* .:. lieu ItBOBIO lor sa.e. Whole
Bale aad retail, wits warranty by ~.„.„
OEOK-tl SIAKRK IT.
Bel n a'a How. O.vern.r k-ie»t.
VB ■ Large Btovoe for the v ; H. x Smves
i Ml Al* ASO l*t lIX iltl.l. HlltlM 1..
V t* -. ..-.. i- the I'ei iteatiarj efioro.ll 27 Pea-l
a'reev _ .
(iray Clothe; lirey md Brown i weeds
*■» hits rwilied X ma' Is.
Ctt ii .mo orate 1 Coanterpaaei
Grau Bags: Farns Wagoba and arte.
ii.-- c :■•-.; 0 irdee sad i 1 ' Barrowa
Men 1 tine Shoes aad Boota
Bo.a'sad Misssa' Shoes; Pstiners 1> •■< •*
Sales; Wardrobes: Axes. J etits Ac
K. M NIMMO,
(Jeneral Agent V.i Penitentiary
r> os o * rxriimiii.
One Lot BOSOM EXPANDEKS.
when are very useful
in keeping the bosom smooth,
and ena! es you to wear a .hirt
BSBsh lobbof without tieinu soiled
Tney ire papeeislli adapted to foaag men o.
nam>w ai.d contr.u'ed cnest.
Lor sa.e ctie.ip by H. WALK EH * CO.,
Cornet Mats and l.:h sta.
nllM.n'Hli A 10.. Oeneral Comwisaion
March int», .-a tne Dock, nai c <>n hand sad for
sale on cum-nmerrt. I:>1p No 1 Kcckisnd
I.line; Iwo I iiia Jamea River Cement; s'Hi Mils.
Rcmei it 1 c 1 erne: 1; UK) bbla. Ca nnt-l P'a*ter; ] («m
bush I' a»'enn< H!i'i;ax>liuil awed I,at hs: 150 bins
I'oiiiii.nii Rosin; too i.alea Hi ; 1 (WO busu Corn;
-in H s Ha'ifix Cut Hernu-s; SOU t .Is. No-hern
Alewivec 100 bbls No 3sniHi M-.cker*l, 176 bbli.
Vroaa Herrings; so h .If bbla. Mess Sbad: liti half
bbla. extr-t X ie Herrinca; 200 tm-.s w*md«or B ue
Lv up f lister; 100 AO Cigar.*, assorted brands; ICO
ÜBARh'l PATSNT I OALTKR II AR
- ' HOW .—We invre tne attention of (he funning
coiiimumt' to this NEW HAKKOW, whicu lias
been tnod by maay praotioal farmeis, ami pro
Boooead tiie very best implement yet made lor
pre] iag tiie land for aeedint small traia, Bad
etlectuali- covenni. the tra.n after seeding. WltS
two horses doing the wors of six sinule plows. We
have purchased the n«ht lor the Mate of V r ir<ima,
and are now mariufac'urin« them tor the ensuinn
eeason. We invite a call and examination.
GEO WAT I ft CO.
I I.KI'RI-SIKVKRS, LIB st PRESKRT
-- F.R' i —We hive jll -t received a fine assort
naent if the above invatßabte articles. All per
k-n. traveling by w-iter si. vi d piocure one of
the,? Life Preservers. They are very portable,
a"d can be carried about the person without inooo
• . lei n. <.'.ll .nd examine tnem at the China
and House Fnrniauine of
THOMAS A, BL'LKLEY ft CO .
, l'(7 Fanie Squa-re.
"Fifl "IT l-AMB-PRESERVE YODB FTUIT
-1 JuH received another supply of those Infalli
ble Sell Beahns Fruit Cans, for pre. ervme fruits
ar.d vegetables of ill kinds, for winter u-e. No
v. 11 .-r cement ol ;.iiy hind required to keep them
filt .nd perlwct Also, a large lot oftilasaJsra
for i-uttnw up Jelly For sale at the Cmna and
House Furuiaiiing Store of
THOS. A BULK LEY k CO..
lc>7 Eagle Squ ire.
We hava on ha d a large assortment of the
very best quality ol S TON E- WaX E. ol our own
manufacture, consistinii: ol —Pickle Jars; Fu.it
Jars. Juge; Churn»: Head Hi.ers: Milk Pbbs;
Pitoher.; Fl"»er Vase.; Harden Seats: Water
Coolers, ftc For bargains, call at KEESEE ft
PARR'S Pottery, corner oi IXth ft Cary sts.
pIPCS, I'll'KS. AMI SVlOhlNt; TOBAC
-» CO.—we have op i ii'd a larte ami varied ns
roTtment ol Pipe.; also, a var;et\ oi atylea of
Bmoking Tobacco, put up b* the m li known bonae
..1 Oail ft Ax, Hh; , ..,.re; also. Fine CutChewiag
Tobacco. Lovers of tbe weed ahould _:'e us a
00A. A. BODEKEB k CO, Dragaiata,
Mam atreet. Bear First .Mnihet
U'KMM'I.MiS, WBACfLXiV We linve a
few-, .-ri bandsome Mourning W appers. in
Silk aid Crepe, all Crepe and l.ere.c, whicu we
wnl aell at very low prices; Children's Wrappings;
.. ao. B l-w Is-ies' left To clear out ihe
above I'efore we commence munfaotating ..-ir
Fall stock, we will sell 1 hem wit 110111 regard to cost.
'_ CBILEM .V CBENKRY.
\IO 8Q I ITO SKT r I NO, MOTQI 11 O
i ? « NETTING.- Opening • hia morning. at EZE
KI EL'S Cli-.tp Store. Mailert's Old st.ar.d. 100
pieces Mosqu'to Netiine, to tie run richt oil, while
the aenaquitoe trouble nm a' 1 ighf. for on y sev
enty five cents •7S cents; a pieoa two yard- vide.
One piece is enough for a bed Call soon at
EZE KILL'S. Mai ten's old s and.
TO HOTIL AND K()MUIIM,.HOIS
KEEPERS .-Don't forget to supply r
selves with a few spreada r»l the heavy Wpiic
Cosoterpaine Goods, e-4 wide, st only XSeentsths
»ard It wiil be closed out tms weeg No tune
should be iost by those in w.-tnt Onh a ffw pieces
left. Call son. it I ZKKI XL'S I'heip St„ c,
M nen's old stand, 41 M -111 sireet.
\\'ASHiS«.Io> FACTORY ciTTH*i
*> YARNS. COTTON CORDAGE. fEINE
TWIBE.—I»,OM lb*. Cottog Yarns. Nub. 4 tat.
2.0"0 dozen Plough Lines, ..6 AJ lbs.
600 coils Cotton C- toVlbs,
Seine Twine, Nis. 12 to -0
For sale at factory prices, by
John n oof don a son.
V-;iLh, BACZE MERISIO. OAtDZB (OT.
0 To.N UNDER SBIRTB anu DRAWERS, Lin
en ano Jean Drawers. H >e,er>. (iloves. Ties,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs together wth a
large and well sele-ted Mock ol our celebiated
Phnuldsr SeHin Shirts war an'ed to l« the most
C'Oi.rVneiSta a_B!M. shirt m the ui-yrk. t
SHAFfIt. HAi.SE. k ti* 1 0 Mam st..
La'e Tupiiiau ft Hull.
/ LOTMINi;. I I.OTHIMv. GREAT IN
I•UC XV & NTS.- DA HR A COT ,H A RRIS ft
CO will sell, Irom this time u-.til the close, f the
eeaaoa, all Bnraaaar Goods at urea'ly reduced
prices and would ca:l the atteatioa of all in want
of rtsUly cheap goode to give these a call. a» they
are determined to sell very low.
liARRACOTT. HARRIS ft CO.,
No. 112 Main . treet
HEOI <"lN« STOCK...Many attics ol iahl
Sl'MMi-K CLOTHING we are determined io
cioseiuc m the nest tlnri» dais and t > insure
M/ee wp.ffer the OREAI'Esr BABGAI -S OF
iHE SKAS _iN. The stuck is ch'ice, and ihnse in
wsnt of any kind of M'ii"ti»r Clothint. wiil do web
to call and secure some of the many bargains to
be sold in tii- B"Bt thirty d-<ys
KKh-, BALDWIN ft WILLIAMS.
TAKE NOTICE.—AII tkees who teel the an
a selves to I* on dm v.ijr of sufl aation, can I «
relieved by calliri- .1 <.nr oifiy-e and procuring ore
of our Linen or othrr k umiiier •uits.of whioh we
have a fine assortm.-til it I w prices Our motto
is. small profits- jastiee and perfect satisfaction to
s'.l. PI «PBoN A MILLER.
IW Main St.. Richmond. Va.
CTKBBIfIS. POLLEN*! 0..N0 lei lIROAD
i'STKI BT.-Beasoaable GOODS at reduced
prices: Relngera'ors, Ice Cream Freezers.Water
Coolers, Ice Cream Bowls, Ice Pitohors, *c —
Wishing to reduce our stock of the aliove Goods,
we will sell them at a sinan advance utxive cost.
STEBBINS. PULLEN k CO..
Corner 9th and Bread s's
II E PITI IIEKS 1 ICE I'lTt hers: :-X
I irrge ussortiiient of Silver Fluted Ice Pitcbe'B
jaal received,of beaatifal designa and patterns.
Also, a complete ansortment ol . s e!f Sealing Fiuit
Cans, f'.r pultine up fruit acd vegetables for
winter use, of tha iiest and most approved pat
terns, for r-ale by THOH. A. lU'I.KLr.Y k CO..
137 Eagle Square.
Jw FA R X I. I > <; M ill. KNONITtTIA.O
k I'AO.NK Hit-. 1 rug been iippointed Agent* for
the __.!.- ~( thia superior Wine we can «'_..•' ,t to
O.e trade Wild Urn ass-irance that it is equal to
any imported Wine in the country .and Teapectluily
aoiicu a call Irom our friends.
BRID'.FORD a CO.. on the Dock.
n l^ Al r_. fc ~"*.' HTOV **- MORSE TONH.
V I,,u ' e ha* ''een approved of by '
about 10.CO0 of the most inteligent (armers in the
Lnited sutea, aad is acknowledged to be the nest
Hi.rse Medicine known. Sod by all DruggiMa
JAS. X IO VAL,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. |
PIKtELL, LAOO A 10., OKK.i.lms <
12- Main atreet. corner Mth, are now receiving '
their Fall stock of DRUGS, DYES, I'AIATB
DILB. WINDOW GLASS. Ac, which they „ii er 1
.ii their uauai term*, aa low aa they can be pur- 1
'based in any ui&rket. The quality in all cases
MOIQI'IT 11 X a. MOSQL I TOES -The
"CHINESE MOSQUITO TAPERS" will
Irive the»e pest* from any room. Call and buy a
yackageat M FADE A BAKFR'S
Drua Store, corner above Pi»at office, Main at.
SPILE* of all kinds, fresh an! Mia: Oat Meal; 1
Gum Arabii; Cresui Tartar: Virginia Yeast
Powder. «he cheapest in market; Sponges; Chamois ,
Skins; Whitewash liuionea. Ao . Tor aale by
L. WAGNER. Drugg.at, cor 6ii, and Broad sta. ,
f "IOAR».-'Vre are in receipt of a choice lot of '
J_* genuine Havana Ligara, 01 tbe celebrated
Figure, Cabannas. Conoha and Mount Vernon -
.rands to which we would call the attention of -
iiti.keri who like a 'ion and lull flavored Ci*ar.
P. JOHNSTON a BkO.. Drugii.ti
PIOr-»Tr?-lO'"'NTAIN >»CtTEIt..-ltaUaef |
F 11 iv-.. tn»k aeoar, _!_tt*A »>i*i»»_
Wil, 9, liAfißl»t-'i«K ,
-"a ~frte|i'*.i«eir «f Gsnett
MTs*Th. M. sWOfl'B at HOOL. on Mar
ahall. between tsih and hith atreeta Church
HiU. for the inst ruction of young ladiea in English
French snd Music, will commence Da eecond aea
■ion on the 10th day of September, imjo, and ter
minate nn the last day ot June, l.v>l
Terms made known on application.
Dr. R, il Catiell. Dr. Knox. A. B. Clarke, A. «.
Stokea, EN. Dabney
ay A few girls will tie taken as boarders on
moderate teniis. au 22 It
A MO \M)H.Vltl,m-MIMK\.Mi>
.» OVER CiUNTY, VA-Tbe fourt- aaasal
session of this institii'um, located 16 mi'e. Irom
Kichmond, on the railway to Fredericksburg will
ooinsneaee on th* 20th <>f September. »mt eontiaiM,
with-a few dy»»' intermission a' ChnataMa for
forty weeks The annual seasion is divi ed into
two terms of twenty weekneaclj.
Charges for a tnm of twenty ireeks, payable m
For Hoard, including furuiahed rooaa, attendanc*.
fuel and lighU _. t*> ti
I-or Washing lv (O
For Primary Eus'iah 15 00
For lusher Entliah 2» (*i
For Ancient Languages, each 1" 00
Pot Modern L.-nu- nines each 10 00
For Lectureson Cilemll.tr. and Natural Phi
kvoohl . 6 00
Pot Meats on Piano, Guitar, or Cultivation
of Voice, each -. 20 00
Pr u««" ol instrument 260
K." Drawing I'aintinit in Water Colors, and
(irreiaa • a ntirg esch 10 00
For Psietiac ia Oil Colors 211 00
Incidental charge f t (Hy m liolars I (Xl
Incidental cbar«a f»f boarders 2 50
The Principal has an ab.e and experienced corps
of Ti'-iliers Address
i.KO \V eRwI-TBAD Pnnoipni.
au2l-liii* Aahla d. Bsaover oonaty, Va.
t-'l*. «.TION.-The fifth se-« on nf MlO V.
a C B'CE'S SCHOOL, nn 2d stree . between
•lay and Leigh streets, w-ll b-):in tb>3l.fSep
lem'er. snd tetuun-tle 3001 June. IfWl Sue is
_r» efui for the literal patronag* heretofore en
10-.cd, which shewdl endeav.r ati'l to merit by
ever» poevible ex rt on to promote the in eresta
1 her pupos and __ Mmsa
TBBMa I'" session of In months, payable quae
Latin, w th or without hi-hest En_-i<li.
br.«ehe-< jfai vi
Pnn ar, Knghsh 25 00
era _ jo 00
au 21 -..w
R: "iimi o 1 o .1 IDE.MV. FIVK M'LFB
Whf»T OF IHE LNIVLKS 1 . . F VIR-
Gi N1 *.
!v«Tii'rnK« roa S*«siofl 6
' v I. KKOI'N. \1 A., iron 1 >al
W IBRo. HROi'B M.A.. L-nivaraitvofVa
il W. LUCK. IT. .. A . dO. (lo
. HA.-. C. MINOR. MA. .1 . 00
** I LIAM ALLI N, M A . d ►. do
Th" Seho is pr pun'on to 'he Univorsitv of
>n in 1. I ue «e> ■on beg ns lsi Septembe . and
eloa*a tiie li«t w . \ . I .In- c
Ti .< 1 Lußta extra. 1 3HO on id- letßeptea
ber and fl .41) •ii Ist 1- el. ■-- t > %
tt|_, .Uitr-.-s the t'..n.ipal. Ivy Dep.t. Albs
int..ceo . Va au 18 e.dlUiAc-3'.
/o(|K(ilTOHMlll,|,_(iK. D '.-This
vi [oati Btiuß ieeitnated oa the northern bank
0 the Pot nnc aid c unin-in g a full view .if
(jeor.e'own. Washington, and a great part of the
district . 1 Columbia Its situation ,s pecubarl
heilliy snd picturesque
The sell la.tic year coirmenoe« on the firs'
MOMiAYof Sept.mber, and ends abu the ni'd
dle of lull
f .-ns run lor Hoard and Tuition, including
wnaaing ai d iiiendiii- of linen, is *.no co
VleiLc.-'l ul in.l medicine..... ...... 600
Ise of Pn 1 -.soplucal and Astronomical
instruments ___. . ... goo
1 (cii.t; 111 hees 5 m
Vji" .tion spent at College '.'. 2j (.0
Pay BMB ts must be made h .If yearly in advance.
____ __ JOHN EARLY. 8. J .
au 15 Staw.w, Tv TU k Sat President.
ctTIOOI. FOR BOTE.—Thesabecriber. hay
' ' ing reels mc! Ins hea-.ih. will open a f-CHOOL
for the iili.ve. on 2i s'reet betwetn Clay and
Lemii on the first M'iN PA .in September. W-'h
in of thirty >x years, he flitters him
self tbat hr- ciin mve aatisfaotioa. will spare
DO Da:ns to n.ve satisOicriun to those who mil
■Nstroaixe him. TKr-.i-:
Primary department, rer ouarter ._ 55 on
Arithmetic lOamm vr and (ia"<rspliy r. 50
Philosophy. Composition an.l Book Keeping 10 00
One-hall pa able qui. lerly. in ad vane a
au2l-eod3t A. G. SAL'.MIFRS
IIFUKOON M-LK AI'ADKMY.
«J 25th. BETWEEN Cl.Ai AND LhlOß STS.,
The Fifth Annnnl Sevaioß of this School will
coriiinence MONDAY. September l"ih Kid
I' -hi:-, per session of ten months —g.'Ui $'40 and
950; one-half payable Ist January, 1801, tbe re
mainder Ist July, fill.
C. W. PETHERBRIDOE.
an 21—lsa* Frmc-pa!.
pHIIgI H HI JUL KN6LISH, CLARSK
v> CAL, M'THEMATICAL AND COMMER
CIAL SCHO"L on BBOAI). BETWEEN 2uth
aM) sißi STREETS—By WILLIS k WIN
FREE.—The exsreisea ol this School will l« re
aumed on ihe I'm of September next, and wiil con
tir-iie ten months.
Terms, oayableseini-annually, in advance, frnni
.30t.. feo, au 21-lm*
_)BJj RtUSIC'.-M'ss X R. MARTIN wiFl give
s\~-x riKtru -tion in Voc.nl and Instrumentai Ml'
>£_■*•.'C. Piano and L'uitar.i after the l*.t of Sep
tcm'ier. at her mother's residence.
For terms. anpO at the house, Leigh street, be
tween 2d and 3d. au 18—ts
BEAUMONT rEMALK SCHOOL, Nfr-Aii
(.ORDONSVILLE, OBABOB CO., VA -The
fourtii annual session «>f tt is School begins Sept.
10th, and closes the last of June.
1 Parable half in Seyt.. balance in Feb.)
Board and Kng iish Tuition El-*0
Music, with use ol instrument - 35
Frencli . . 10
Latin — 10
rati, ting 10
Embroidery. . 5
I shall have the sßiistrince ( ,f competent Teach
ers in conducting tins 8 hool.
JAS. L. JONES. M. D.,
au lg—PATalw Oordonsville.
OaeENWO.OO B<-HOOL.-Thia Bchooiwi.
v- 1 open the _tl. of September, and close the last
of June, lc is sitnsted within three miles of Oob
ham Depot on Oie Virginia Centra! Kadroad, AI
bemaile county, at the base of the S.'inliwesi
Mo'intains, in the midst of a moral, refined and
intel!>:ent community, in a country noted lor its
health, aid lree Irom most of tiie allurement to
vice incidental t.i schools in the neighborhood of
towns and cities
The Un.fsii branches, Latin, Greek, Mathe
-111 iti s and Frencli. ire t j u.hr,
Ti'K f krms are »2 0 for Board and Tuition for
the 10 months, payable Ist of Scpfeuibe- ai d Ist of
FebfU.ry. Apply to X L. NELsON,
Bbvbb to—(Jardnor, Carlton .*_ 'o . Ricliiiinr.d ;
l)r T. W. Merri wether. Bon. Wm. C Rives, Aibo
marie- Capt. Win. Woods, Biickniitliaiii.
CART'S SCHOOi. OF AN'ItNT
»l AND MOV.RN i.ANf.U OFB, AND OF
M A Til I- MaTICS-Removed to 7th, between Vlar
sli'il! and C ay Ktrects.
i tie exercises ot ihis School will be re. nine, in
the 17th of Sepieml.er next, and will cm titue
ten month-. Most sa*iefao «rj references can be
furnished on arcl cition Terms for the scholas
Uc year 1.1 ten months. .*.12 g-0 $50 and SCO BO
eordiug to grade ol ujecis studied payable semi
anr,ua'l> in .dv.nee. Kver; pupil will I* consol
eied engased fmea ln»day of rntr-nce to the 15th
•ifJalv.UM and no eduction will bema-.le f->r ab
sence. except in c-icn of protracted sckness P.i
lurther parties ars up .ly at my residen- c. oa 5 Ii
hetareen Claj and Leigh s'rtets.nr ih..u_h thi
Post Office. |au 2u-»w 1 JOHN GARY
1 iHKSAFKAKK FLMALe luLLt«_,
v NEAR OLD POINT AN n HAMPTON. Va
Ihe next session ol 'Ins ins'i v 1 n will com
me-ioe on t c Ii a' W1- IM-M . V ia <•■ bei
The location, e*La rdi.ai-y o, .ccun .>f t.
'K-aufy and heal-,'iful: ess. the ••■ s. nooeas to it
a> n it« proximit; t • Hiinpt-n. Norfolk itki P ns
month, is particularly .uned u> n h anting fohool.
None of tne diverting or tern.it n ii>fln«noea ol
ihe sity here aEset t-is pupiia. Not -t> tn*r* an
hipdrip'-e from day pn ifa as a I .-irj ooardera
white th'j enjoy tne r*in-menis aad pleaaurea ol
swell oroered h -me Tne 0 urse "t iaetru t.on
is divided into ren depart-U-Bta or teh u.ls, in c oti
of which diplomas are awarded urn n wr.ite ex
a_iinatioiiß The T-ac'ier-are xenliemen ol th"r
■.uiili soßolarehiß. and havo secured for tliemselve
..i.d the Institution a .n-n reput_i,tion.
Board including fuel, lights and washing, fo p th*
scholastic »ear . .sl-5 Ol
Kng'isii Tuition m "reparatory and Colle
giate Departments 5'J 00
tiier branches extra.
IV Fur catalognes. and further information,
address. Rkv. C. A RaVMOMD, Hamp'nn V ( .
Kkv. IHOS. HUViE, rortsmouth, Va.
r R BASS' ENOLIhH AUsw CLAJMftIcfAL
* • SCHOOL—The tenth session of my School
will commence on the 3d September amy resi
(Wee on Claj stieet, between Ist and 2d streets.
Tcnis .« usuai.
In the Ciasei-a! Department -. $50 00
In the Ln„li»h Department .. ~ ... _2.00
Persons desiriug to enter scholars will please
•allay sac at my resiuence. T. R. BASS.
I E FFKKSO* (LAMH'AL AND COM.
",.,..L h . H _/l^ L , s,;HOnL- UNDER THE DiRFC
IU!ii9E2I- i G.WILLIAMS, A.M., ON MAN,
BETWEEN 19m AND 20th STREETS-The
third session ot this School will commence on the
Sd ot September. I__o
For further particulars, as to terms and refer
eiices, apply at mi residence, or through the Post-
Office. P.rents desirous of obtaining seats lor
tiieir children n usi apuly early, aa the number of
echo ars is limited au 3 \ m
\JKS OK. Rl'sT lien bto an no unoe that there
I~A are vacancies in her Private Class for VOI'NG
LADIES, which will re open OCTOHER Ist, ISiO,
at her residence, Main street, between 7th and Bth.
The iiumlier of pup.la being limited to eight, earl/
applications are respectlutly requested, (aul lm
MKS. rsU.LET'R SCHOOL.
ON BROAD STREET,
Bktwkkn 10th and 11th.
Mrs. PELLET will resume the dutieß of her
School on MON DAY, Oct. nd, and will be aided in
all ita departments by an efficient corps of teach
Pa'enU who entrust their children to her care
areaasuied tLat the? will be thoroughly grounded
in all the bianches essential to a finished educa
Tekms made known on application at her resi
dence. au 10- 2m
jY| Isa PkiartAM's acnooL.
The Fifth Session of this Soliool will begin on
the first day of October.
M iss PEGRAM deems this a proper oooaaion to
express her t ratefu I sense of the encouragement
which has attended her efforts in the cause of edu
To the pupils, whose attention and industry have
cheered hr labora, and to tha parents, whose kind
expresaiona of approval have l»eu her In/heat re
ward, aa welt as 10 the manr friends whoae influ
ence haa been oonat-otly uaed in her behalf. Mis*
PF.GRaM returns sincere aud uorJial thanks.
She trusts that f.e increaaed experience of each
year, and unrelaxiug effort* on tier part to deserve
the oonftdeuoe repoaed in her, will render her
School worth* ot eoflttaj.ee, eeaeeae,
Mm_U MARY li-IIBBV bege .eaveV in
form her former friends and patrons, that the
datiee nt her School will he resumed on Ihe loth
day ot September, at her residence on Marshall
tietween Pi and 2.t street" Havingen»a«ed com'
ic'cnt aaaistsn's.she wi I be enah ed to tai-.li
Taaws— » >r Session.
Primary English branches • -.-
Hmher do. do .". ." jg
French »- -.- m
I.stm ..'.'.'..'."." in
sii Ift tin *"* m
| I AM I'TON aCADEbIY.
JOHN R. CARS. A. M , Pnneipal
.FLEVIX. jAMESWr .A. M ,U of Va )
WILFRED E CUTSH AW. V. M. I. '
Miss EMILY A CLEV KLAND.
The evercisna of this Sc ooi will begin on the ut
„| October, snd continue -n mon'ha
Board (lights extra)and Tuition in Ancient Lan
t oases. \la*hematics. Ac . |» per session >«»"
_?..£."______"%&* t *ti tit **l t Modem Lan
gusses. each. »20, ard M_«ic 850 extra
.h- < ir r ,°-_;.!;_ > i ,Ju u or _/ , *%» information address
the 1 rinoipal, Hampton, Va. au 3 lm
U K I'*Fl.nVHK"* aiHOOLT-The next
nay S^ o (f_Mv_a r a-S! ><> S_d on the FIRST
?. A )J r i ro ._i"; R ' lm and terminates on the
Ist day of Juno. 1861:
TBBMB rOBTHB SCHOLASTIC TBAR,
Beginning the let day of Qe'ohar aad ending the
~ . . Ist day of July :
For board .. „ _ £ aio ,„
Far Washing \ - a , w
[~,r. ~r Jr'-hta . ... MOO
For fuel 1000
For En, lish Tuition ".".'.'.".'.'.'...!'.'.'.' 40 00
I-or .\1 odera Lsmnuaire*. each 20 00
for Freuofa, when studied exclusively of
the i.nglish branches „_ 40 no
for Latin _______ 20 00
For I iternturo 2000
For Muse on Piano. Guitar. Organ or Singing :
mr one lesion (of an hour) a week 40 0(1
I-or two lessons lof an hour) a week W> (J»
For three lea oaaiofanhonrinsaeok 120 ihi
r or four lessons 1 of an hour 1 a week 160 co
For Sacred Music, in class. 8 00
For Harp. Teachers' fees.
I o' the use of Piano 10 00
For Drawing, from Models — 20 00
For Drawing, fro •• Nature 4t) Ou
*-or Painting, in Water Colore - 40 00
10-Oil Paintinc CO 00
Pi imar' Depai tment—for Children under 11
years of a_e 30 00
*»_. No extra
■L All lette s to he directed to
HI, :'R I' P. I.EPEBVRE,
iy 24—(LV0W..11. Hichm.ind. Va.
REV. .VI J >||i Hi-Lit VI HI X >-(HOOI,
1> thk B .-!• vi v\ r i the Priaoosva.
On 111 . Street, Aelll Marshall.
The fifieentn sess un o' :_v M. .1 MICHEL
'« > HERa SCHOOL will con n.ence on the fret
.MoNi-A. in Kepteoti < -
Mr M will be aaiat'd bg Mr. EDWARD TUI
NEK., yyfio in tne as' hv • sessions, his received
die approval of the patrons an.- of tea Principal ol
ih° school; and by urs 0 P BKNN fT I, whose
well k own merirs as a teacher make it unneces
sary its., more in het behalf
The fo lowing subjects comprise the studies of
\\ r. M'« snlin.ll:
hnglish with all its branches, including the
Bell-s Leftres; German. French, Hebrew and
Pries of Tiii'ion of the session, ending on the Ist
of July. is 910 ■ "8. avd AM
For firttiier information, sddraee
M. I MICHFLBAOHEB,
aull-ts Corner of Ist and Mar*ha., sts.
r*HrSAPEAKR HILL PrMAI.B MOll
*> NARY. HAMPTON, VA., M.s Dr. BANKS.
I'Ri.Ncip ,i. The next session of this Instirn
tion will commence on the 17 h of September and
close the Ist ot July. Te ins very mode-ate.-
Hoarding scholars cm remßin at'he Hall during
the rial ting sens m. at $20 per month
Address "CHESAPLAKE 11AL.L " Hampton.
Va. au 11—lm*
I TNIVKRMTY HIGH SCHOOL. lll'Gin'.
L- ! NOT BPniNGS, POWHATAN BOUNTY.
VA.—A SCHOOL will lie opened at this pi ice on
'he FIRST OF OCTOBER next, under the di
rection -f the undersigned.
Though d>-sitned (ispecialW as preparatory to the
University of Virginia, it will, for this reason, af
ford no fewer adv-mtagea to those intending to
enter other Lmversit es, or any College
One of the PrißeiasJa will teach MATHEMAT
ICS; the other, LANGUAGES. Assistant In
strnc ors shall, m every case, be graduates of the
University of Virginia CoDoenisl classes, how
ever, in MODERN LANGUAGES, will receive
occasional instruction from natives of those lan
Ghargea for the aession, S2BO, including every
Circulars may be obtained at the bookstores in
Richmond, or by application to us through the
Richmond Post Office.
SI DNEY H OWENS, Jr., A. M.,
Lately Professor of Greek in Richmond College.
PHILIP B.STANARD. A.M.,
Graduate of, and formerly
Assistant Proleßaor at. V. M. lnat.it.iit*.
FL I V ANNA Fft MALK INS i ITU a.. -
The sixth session ot tins Sctio >1 will open on
the-8-hof SEPTEMBER, and close on the 2_th
of June billowing.
All'he Departments wilt be conducted by teach
ers >f large experience and undi iK'tcd scholarship
The uildings are new, expens.ve. and eap.ble
of accommodating sixty students, in addition to
There has never been a se ious case of sickness
among teachers or students, since the Institution
Board and Tuition in Preparatory Dep't S'lis 00
Collegiate " ... IrS.UI
Tuition in Music, witli use ol Instrument.. .5 oo
Tuition in Languages, each 15 '0
Ire.dent.l Expenses 3 00
Drawing, Painting. Embroidery, kc , at usual
The Institute is located rear Brem's Bluff, on
the Cam!. 63 miles west of Richmond. For fu'l
aarticniara see Catalogue,which will t-e forwarded
on app ie ition to
Rkv P. S. HEN'ON. A M-, Principal,
au U—2awtlatOo Fork Union Fluvanna.
\1 R*». IJROOK-.; s BOARD! NO AND OAV
i'l SCHOOL —The second session ol this School
will commence the FIRST Br\Y OF OCTOBER,
1-ttl. anu end tne Ist of July. ISfil.
All Lie usual brandies of FEMALE EDUCA
TION are taught, the Modern Languages by no
tice masters, and Latin. Music, Urawing and
Painting, by competent Professors in eacxi depart
merit The French Language will be taught hv a
native of Paris. The growing necessry lor tins
l-i.ngu ige in our couiitrv. makes it essential th*t
;t -ho-Jld lie taught orally for which reason it will
ue the language ol the school room, and as soon
as a proper selection can be made a Fiench lady
wiil be procured to reside in the family.
A class will be formed in Eaglieh Literature,
and the course of s.udy wi !; be thmough.
A corps of experienced teachers (nine in num
ber' have been engaged a d o'hers will be adied
should the exigences of the school requ re tn'in.
RsTBBBSCBa.—Jeo. R. Tucker. Gen
eril of Virginia. Richm ml; Prof D II Pucker,
Medical College oi Virginia, Richm.-nd: Hon R
M T. v t-r U. S Senator.Lloyd's, t-.sex coun
ty. Va ; Hou James M. Mason, L. .S benator,
Winches- r, Va ; 8t Geo Tucke', E?q.. Ashland,
Va.; Right Rev. Bishop Johns, Alexandra Va ;
Rev. T. V. Moore. Richmond Va.; Rev. Jamea if
Graham. Winchester, Va. ;Th mas Furnnii. Fig.,
Savannah, Ga ; Judge H. il. Marshall, (Jiiailotfe
1 H-, Va ; Cincinatu. Newton, rsq . Norfu'fc,
Va ; Rev. Diaries H. Read. K-.h "ond. Va.: luiUe
I ames D. Hal.y burton, D. C. ol U S. Ri hm nd,
Va ;Mr William Gr.nt. Richmond. Va , .Mr.
■ bram Warwick, do.; M r Samuel Ayrea.d" ;Mr
B B Smith, do.; R. T Daniel. E.g., do.; Caionel
' hos Ellis, do ; Dr. Bobort H Cabell, no
Fortorssa end other particu ars -elating to the
chool. address H. BROOKE,
iy 31 dtlO Richmond Va.
lIICHMOIVD FEviAL-r I *.-»Tl 1 I Tt„
--"» Th- >cv. nth Session liegius OCTOBER I*T
1.60 and ends the last a Jbbc. i.si.
Tne increaseu prosperity id the past session en
courages the Free:dent a the . ITirt to make the
institution yet more deserving of I he patron
-ige aud tne high literary character i h.« .oqui red
It- t acuity i» ana H'..e. is buildings which
have an ample phjr-groi ud attached.) are beauti
fully located and tli .roughly fa i.iilied. it- at pi
rata* co«tly aadoomplete, us worse of stud) com
i and ißoroagb
Tue English Courre, as will bo seen from "Uf
i'atai igue, is unusu .Hy targe.and it is made e»
pecially prominent throughout Langua.es a r e
taught ater the methods beat adapted to secure
mental discplme. whicn seems th<: true end of 'tie
study ; bat, ia French particßlarlr, conveisat.oti
i- also careiuth attended to
Tne Musical Department renmr. in oharge of
Mr Clapp,and Mr C C Mira nae been addeu
io it. f*.. PL. v :
CharlesH. Winston, A ol .1 Un'v.of Va .iPresi
dent and t'rof. of Moral Science Mid Englisu Lit
Rev J L. Burrows. D- P . Evidences of Chris
James Leigh Jones, A. M ~(Ut.i'-. of Va,,) M (the
mattes and Languages.
R A. Lewis. M D . NatTtral Scieicca
Prof. F. Emion.iof Pans.) F-cv.ch
Senor Carlos C. Meia, Sp* T '' < ''t md Italian.
Miss Mary L. Leftwich. Ora—>ng, Painting, Ac.
John W. Reeve, Peniiiinrhir-
MissS. P. Royal, English _>;:inc''C9.
MissN.S. valentine, English "iincheg.
Jine y . Staniid, Prepar.i'ory 'lepartment.
Mrs. Ann E. Mallory. Preparatory 1 -e^nrt-metit.
Miss rtar> C. I.athroi*, Pr«rarnr >..» D-partiiieiit.
N. B. Clapp. Principal ol Depamnent.
C. C. Mera, Piano.
O. A. r- rtcsson. Guitar.
The President will hear the recitations of all the
classes at regular intervals, giving special atten
-1011 to the Primary pupils.
TKh.MS FOX MINB MONTHS.
(Ha'f payable Oct. 1 Ix6o lemainder Feb. 15. '61 )
Kngiish Tuition, Preparatory Department..a 30 00
English Tuition. Coliegute Department. . 60 00
Ancient and Modern LaagaagOS,each ..—. 20 00
Musicou Piano, with Vocal Music 6000
Music on Guitar, " •' ** 40(0
Use of Instrument for practising 6 00
Vocal M ii'ic .iioi.e. (taken by all ia classes) 2 00
Drawing, Needlework, or Grecian Paint
ing —.— -. 20 00
Oil Painting 60 00
Board, including everything except wash
ing - v 160 00
Washing 20 00
A reduction of one-fourth to Ministers
■3_.No extra charges. Pupils provide Books
and Stationery at their own expense. In case of
protracted sickness, a deduction will tie made for
Boarders are members of the Pres.dent's fami
ly. Money to meet their incidental expenses
should be deposited with him, and all lettera for
them sent to his oare.
Cataloguea oontainmg full details, may lie ob
tained at the Bookstores, or by app! oatum to the
Preailent. CHA». H WINSTON,
au 4- Richmond Va.
VJI«HT SI HOflL V IKUI.Ni.% HICHAM.
IN ICS* INSTITUTE-NOTICE TO TEACH
ERS.— Proposals will be received until the l*th of
September, for TEACHING th« NiGH T SCHOOL
or THE VIRGINIA MECHANICS' INSTL
TI'TE, lor the session of 1880 anu 1861.
Photos*!.»•— For what amount will jou agree to
teach alt the English branches, to a number of
scholars not exu-tediua one hundred aid fifty, and
o ■ii..itf yourself 10 furnish two competent assist
ant-, to be approved by the Commit ec—the _ee
sion to commence on the first Monday night in
Octolier, and <■ lose on tbe first ol Maroh. rive
mouths, i three nighta in each week two hours ana
,f> II- l*»*»!m* _ ~,.
By Oeddia a. Appereea, Auct's.
jjaa-Bt AT MJCTIOB or 17 1-4 *i rtK>
O OF LAND IN DARHVTOWN, A HOLT FIVE
MILES BEL"W RI HM"ND. AND LOT N. ,
lit IN HENR CO COI'NTY. IN DIVATL*B AD
DITION —At the requ.st of Benj Temple, ma
in Ins nwn nghr and as Executor of the IBM Ho
ben Temple, deo'd.we shall sell at auct'on. in
front of our office, corner of Hank and llth st*.. in
the city of Richmond, on THURSDAY, the .loth
Au"iist, 186(1, at 12 o'clock M, 17>_i acrrs of LAND
,n Henri-.., ati.iut ye mles'elowtliecly of Rich
mond designated as Lot No. II in ths ri.vsi.ii of
Thomas Jordan's e«tate, boat d J d by 1 ots Nos. 10
ni.i .2, in said div isian, stud adjoining th.Uudaof
•Mr Jacob S Allee ■
Also. In» No 111, in Dnval'a Addition, nenr the
city of R'chmond-, aJjoiniug the Bone Mill of Mr-
Plats of the property will be exhibited at the
hour of Bide.
I_KM«.- One-third cash: lia'an.e at 4 and 8
months for negotiable nntea. interest added, and
title retained till last no'e is paid.
au 2.1 GODDIN A: APPfaRSON, Auot'a.
By E. B took, Anct'r.
UTOtK OF DRY C.OOOS, CAR PFTI NOS,
BOOTS. SHuh 3. HATS. OA IS. HOUSEHOLD
FIrtNITLRE. *c , AT AUOTION.-'-n TUE«-
DAY. the 28th inst .at 10 o'clock. I willse' at (he
store of N. A. Cohn. Ea-i . No 26 Miin st . near
the Old Market Bridge, ma entire stocg of f ■ aiga
nnd domestic DRY GOODS. CARPETING-".
800 IS SHOES. HATs. CAPS. Ac.
Ihe a h ove embraces a large nssortment oifre»h
soHsonati c Goods, laid in especially for tne city
retail tnde.and is worthy tha attention of deaers
All his Household and Ki".hen PCBBITUBR,
cnsisting ol the usual variety of useful articles
Tkhvi< —All sums under §100, cash; over that
amount, SO daya' credit, for approved endorsed ne
gotiable notes. (au2»| F B. COOK, Amir.
By J. H. Digge*. Auct'r^
UILVER-PLATKII W AR.I-, FINE HOLD
l 3 AND SILVER WATCHF.x, AT AUCTION
On FKIDAV MORNING, August 2itli. atlilo'clk.
»t Auction Ro>m 86 Main street, will be Bold,
fine Gold Lever Watches; fine Bold Anchor
Watches; hne Gold Lepine Watches: fincSiiver
Watches ; fine Plated Wa'chis: tare the i with a
lot of fine Gold Guard Vest and Fob ohe ns ; fine
Gold Jewelry; genuine Lava and Cameo Sets;
fine God Bracelets; Ladies' Neck Chains Ac.
Also, 50 _roßs Stud. ; 25 gross Sleeve Buttons, 4c.
Also a lot of Sliver Plated Spoons, Forks, Ice
Pitchers, and a general assortment of Plated
•»**• „ J- H. DIGUES, Auct.
• ■ r- Booth. Salesman. au 23
P»R R BUT AT AUftTIOW.-I ahall/n TVsW
r m\i **•**'' «f Septemhpr next, at the hour
of i P. vl un the premises, rent to the highest
n.'d r. the FARM be.l.-.nsing to tha estate of W in.
K.Depre t ('ee'd ntua'ed on Marion Hill, "tie
mile below the ri\. ~n the Oslimnc Turnpike,
oonraii mg ab. ut 7o acres, most of which is uii
p •■;-<-(' I .tul.
Partial possession sivon in time to seedacrop
i wheat, and ful l noxsetsi >n on 'he Ist. January,
RBI. Gl O. D PLKASAiNTS.D 8.,
au2. td For Jno A BgrcHßson.S. H C.
ByThos. W. Keesee, Auct'r.
(Office corner of 12th "r.d Cary streets.)
CV . HOBSF* >n _...«., ROt'KAWAY
\LryS- a s y U HARNESS AMI FURNITURE
a **WA'»llJl AMI HARNEBS. K<R SALE
AT ACOTiON-WiH te s-td . n SAT OR -AY
in rmng Au.int 26th. c tinnencing a:. 0 o'clock
at the Hor.e Auction I or. Council Oh-mber Hill —
Sever.lSad.ile «ri-l Harre.« HOUSES.
Thiee or four sno.l wo k MULES.
One FURNI fL'RE WAOON and BARN ESS.
One BOCKAWA- snd lI».RM-S<
au__ THOa. W KEESEE. Auct.
EL U CATION AL.
RICHMOND FKNIALE SE*_l» ARY. OB
IV GRACE STREET. BETWEEN THIRD
AND FOURTH, RICHMOND, VA.
A. M. DL'I'LY. A. M Principal.
The next session of this institution will com
mence on tiie Ist of October, 1860, and wiil terini
nate on the 90th June, 1861.
The Principal wiil be aided, as heretofore, by a
well selected corps of Assistants, who. with their
ability and experience, cannot fail to give satisfac
The Boarding Department will lie nnderthe man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. Di i-rv. assisted by Mrs.
Mas. R. Cassbls, forseerlj of Savannah. They
alone will reside in the Semi»;.ry with the young
ladies, and will exercise a parental care and con
trol over those comi'iitted to tneir charge.
The success which has attended this effort to es
tablish in the city of Rieiitiond a Female Semi
nary of the first class, has eno.l.uraged the Principal
to provide more ample accommodations for ihe
next session. The buildings are now beiag en
larged, and important modifications will 1* made
in them, winch wiil add greatly to their conve
nience and comfort. 'The lodging rooms are large
and well ventilated, and not more than from two
to four boarders will occupy one room. The Reci
tation Rooms will lie well arranged for tiie accom
modation of the pupils.
Terms— For Nine Month*.
Board -.. 5200 00
Washing, fuel and 'ights - . 30 00
Tuit.on in the Preparatory Department 30 00
Tuition in ordinary English Brunches 40(0
Tuition in advanced English Branches 60 00
Tuition ir. Modern and Ancient Languages,
each 20 00
Music, Vocal and Instrumental,* Piano and
Gu tar >—For one lesson, of one hour per
week 40 00
For two lessons per week, of one hour eaoh 8" 00
I'se of Piano MM
Drawing, in crayon Stu 00
Painting, 111 water colors 40 00
Pai.iting. in oil £0 00
One hail pay able on the Ist of Octobe-. 1 -vX), and
the remainder on the 15th of February, l>ci
Reference is made to Rev. Dr. Moses D. Huge,
ami to any cf the forme' - patrons of the school.
Catalogues 01 the Seminary, containing more
detailed information,can he obtained at anyoi the
Bookstores, or by application to th° undersigned.
jy_g-3ia A. M. DLPLIY. Pichmond. Va
T FEW ALB SCHOOL.
Tho thinl session of this Bchool, which is located
within hilt a mile of Frederick's Hall Depot. Va.
Central Railroad, will commence on the Ist ol next
September, and clo_e on the lstcf July following.
Tea Ms— for Session of Ten Months.
Board an H Tuition ia all the English branches for
10 months (130 06
Music on the Piano.with use of Instrument, 35 00
p rench Language „„. lo 00
Drawing and rainting, each lo 00
India Ink and Crayon,each -. 6 M
En. broidery — ..„ , 6 00
An accomplished and experienced teaolier will
have charge of this School.
My address is Frederick's Hail, Louiaa count?,
Virginia. NATHA'L W. HAIIRIS."
___! 17-tlsfSept _
\IR. Bit X WILL OPEN AN ENGLISH
.»« AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL ON THE i-t
OF BEPTEMRER. AT Mk. BROCK ENBoKO>,
ON CLAY STREET, J*KTWEKN 3d AND 4TH.—
His course of instruction will be systematic and
thorough, embracing that explanatory oon'ee
1 without which no real progress can be mule.)
which has been pursued by hi" mother for the :ast
30 years ; and lie hopes, by a faithful and con soi
citious disebarge of his duties, to recet-.'e the pat
ronage of those really desiring the improvement
and advancement of their children.
He refers to Key Dr. Burrows, Mr. De Witt, of
the Index, and Thomas D. '._iihrles, Esq.
He can be seen at any time by calling at his
mother's residence, on 2d street, lietv.e.n Clay
and Leigh. Terms made known or. application.
WASHINGTON ACADEMY, AMELIA,
VA.—The next session of this In-titution
commences Sept 3d, and closes June it. -i. lstil
Reference to the Trustees and Patrons: Hon.
John Letcher: Judge J W. Brockeubrough ; Col.
F. H. Vinith, V. M.I; Major John T. L Pres'on ;
Faculty of Washington College; Wm. S.White,
D. D ; Dr. Geo. Scott.
No deduction for loss of time, except in case of
JNO. A. R. IMBODEN. A. BL
Finnkv Mills. Amelia. Va. ly 23—r.2Dt.hS.
OLL DOMINION INSTITUTE.—The next
se ß . not this SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA
DIES, ~..:ited at the corner ol 6th and Franklin
streeU K.chmond, Va . will begin on the Ist day
of Oc to oar, IS(W, _nd close on the 30th cf June,
HOARD OP IHSTUUCTION.
1. E SHUMATE, Meuul and Moral Science,
And A,.;.ant Languages
R. G J.'LSON. Natural Science and Maths
K. v . / MFS A. DUNCAN. BiMieal I iterature.
Mm,. fcDM' RD HOTIIAi ER, French.
CAR 03 C. Ml-RA. Spanish and Italian.
A Lb. HT Dk ROEDIGER. Gem an.
Mi<e FI.VA M. JONEM, Intermeriate English.
Mtaa MAGGIE D. BRANDbK, Primary Eng
HOl» s lit, CHASE. I'iano and Organ.
HEI .fH CH SOHNHDER. Harp.
O. a r R!C_S"N. Guitar.
OSW tI.D HEINRICII. l'.inting and Drawing.
J. W REEVE. Penmanship.
(Fort..* Session, payable balfoa Ist of October,
residue Feb. 11. IM.i
Prima.; 1 English, including Vocal Music .. ,*_o M
ln-ern.»j:.-te Enghsh, inoia4lßC Vocal Mu
sic • - 4DOO
Senior, including Vocal Music 60 (JO
Languages, each 20 v.'
Piano, 0 _an Guitar, or Cultivation of the
Voice, for half-hour lessons, two per week SO 00
Piano, Organ, Guitar, or Cultivation of the
Voice, for one hour lessons, two per week. 80 00
Oil I'amtini; 60 00
Pus'el or W ater Colors, Crayon Drawing 20 00
I.'se of Piano 10 00
Ornamental Branches- - 00 00
Board - 200 00
Washing and Lights 28 oo
HL, Application to enter pupils, and all commu
nications concernin- the School, should be made to
THOMAS L. GALLEHER.
■EV.The announcement for theaession of IHW-'ei,
wiTibe furnished to those who apply,as indicated.
NOTICE.— I have this day (August lUh) ap
pointed and constituted RoBEKT GILLIN
my lawful Agent, tocarry on tae re'ail GROCE
RY BUSINESS. IB the city of Richmond. All
purchases and sales made by him f»r cash only.
Riohmond. August llth. 18SQ. au 13-2W
BUTTER, Ac.-A superior article of BUT
TER, for table use. always to be had at
J. MON ROE CARTER'S.
ALSO—In store and for aale- a
Prime Viramia Mountain HA ..
Bolted ME*L. „ _
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, POTATOES, to.
au 7—lm On Cary. two doora below Wth at.
<_tIIRT BOSOM*, SHIRT Bosuwa-At
O LEVY'B, 16 Main street, th" following l>>ta of
Shirt Bosoms can now be had I L'nion Linen Shirt
Dim .ins . t 12'- •... worthSOcta ; Maraeitlea il.■soma
at wortn 30c.; Pique Boaoiua at J»o., worth
•C- (. , pure truth Lnen Boaoma at Vc , worth
37>tO : friah Linen Boaonia at worth 600 ;
Irish Linen Bfoaomaal*>c., worth 760.; Inah Linen
Bo«onia at 76c , wottb Si ■ French Wove
at 76c , worth SI. French Wove Boaoma at P7Hn.,
Worth $1 26 G trnte Byron and Branding Collnrsi
Blaaohed and L'Bbleached shirtißi*. of auperior
oualitv, at the lotfjst e*-h P"c«S Hi sure 'b to
LrfVV», and p«r«ha»B *Ji &• o*f leads jwu ra-
DViM* |»ArHl'Mi w*
mm - m _ mmm _ mmamm _ mm -gmg-A-mmmmm
By Goddin A Apperaon, Aart'«.
TWO "OIALL FRAMED TENEM-iNT*
BHOAl) A**_» MON
ftf.i. ATaKETI. FOR SALfc AT Al'oTlOV
vviillieaoM „ n tho p reflm „, on FRIDAY. 2tlh
Aufiist, im,o, Ml o'clock F V . the LOT frosting
if leet. on (he south side of Broad, running hw
lB«M«ct on the east side „ti Monroe street, to an
_■,:_._: mi '' n? sm,n FRAMEDThNKJttRNTB
thereon, suitable ior imall storas, for persons til
ni derate nie.ins.
■_3_L"___ , __^_*Ty "n* l f«ufth cash,
bs incs at ♦». I_ vid in mnn-liy. inr negotiable
notes, interest added nnd title rwtained
au 13 OODDIN ft APFKRaUN, Aaeta.
1 | BUILD-NO LOTS. IK THB PLAN OF
J I M SNCH EST XX. UsKj IS 11 LOT* NO* i n
AND 183.) FRONTING o\ IHE W i-si's^iiK
OF BLR ANH NORTH OP Mr-
DONOI'OH STREETS. FOR .-Ai_E AT AUG
riON. Wi'l be fold at-iiici.oii, r»a th» pi»m.<es.
ou .iaTLHDaY. theS.vh Aiii-iiai. I*6o, at S oV.. c |_
F ta. eleven BUILD! NO LOTS, locateu as above,
each frontine MO feet on 'he west line nt Burrows
street, runriimc hack 120 leet to an al'ey twelve
These Lota are quite convenient to Belle late
and Lie Danvi Ie Hail road work shops, and thus
sflnrd 'o persona doing business there a aiKid op
portunity i i secure a lot, on which t_ erect a resi-
J.r.ce. Manchester has. since tne !i--t census, in
creased ncr poputati 'in near v iti per cent., thus
show,ni that pronert* must, increase >n vnlue.
Tbi. ««.- One-third oa'h; bslaoos at (J and 12
montlis.tor negotiable noes, interest added, and
ufle retained till last note ia paxl
_.v 17 GODDINjfe APPERSON,Aucts.
pO>IMI«SION*.R'S SALE OF HOI'SE
1 AM) LOTS ON CHL'Rt.H HILL. ON MOth,
BETWEEN CLAY AND LEiGH STREET..-
As (Commissioner of the '"ircit. Court of the city
i I'Richmond, avp tinted by a decree rendered on
the 2.1 of June, ISjO. i-i the case ol Ca'ogni against
Smith, I s .all proceed f > sell, at public auction, on
the premises, on MOB DAT, the 27tli Au.u.-i. IStW.
at tit o'clock F. M.. the real estate referred to in
the plaintiffs bill, consisting of three lots located
as above, fronting !'7 feet tunning back 124 last to
an aile» 8 feet Wide, on winch stands a comforta
ble dwelling, now occupied by .Mr. Jos A. Seay.
Taavs. One-third cash; balance at 12 and 18
months, for negotiable notes, interest adde-i.anu
title retained till ail the purchase money is paid.
EATON' NANCE, Coin r.
Sale by "obDis k Apperson. Auct'a. au 18
P. S.—After the foregoing sale, will be sum four
beautiful LOTS a*, the corner of N and 31st sts ,
fronting each 'i.Vi feet on the west line of N street,
running back Ilßj£ feet.
Tekm..-At aaie. (au2Ul G. k A.
CTV E N HSCI L I>l NO TToTs7~SIT OAT i O
ON AND N!-'AR BROAD KTRBKT.OPPO
SITE fHE RICHMOND FOR SALE
AT AUCTION - Will be sold, on TUESDAY, the
2-tta August., UXSO. upon the premises, c'liiimen.-in;.
at s,'"* o'clock F Al., seven hnadsosßS bin.ding
lots, situated as above, m Henrico coui.tv, lour ol
Oisiii froHtinc eacii 62 feet on Broad street iy 150
fret, to an a lev 20 feet wid--; aad the other three
fronting together 163 » 12 feet on a street par
allel w.tli the raiimad, running back 265 feet, to
an alley 20 feet wide
Ter>il:—One-fourth cash; balance at 4 8 and 12
mouths for BOgotiahw notes, interest added an_
au 22 GODDIN k APPERSON, Aucta.
TKK BKAI TIFIL FAR*. IAIJF.D
I " ROBIN PARK," IN HENRICO, ON THK
CHICKAHOMINY, FIVE MiLEs HE LOW
RICHMOND, FOR SALE AT AUCTION -Al
'de request "f Messrs. Rolunsoi a-d Lean-lei
Marker, yve sha'i sell, at putiiic aactioa. • n th
prc-i.es. on 1 UESDAY. th j 28th Au ust 1-60.a
It o'clock M i if fair; il not. tne next fail d ly. .'
trie liei.ui.itul FARM located as -hove, adjciniii
the Und- ol Dr Jno. Friend and Ms »ary B
I'rice containing by recent survo*-. 440 acres, oi
which 260 are c.eired. einbrac n_ 130 *erea ol fine
low grounds. About )yo a .res are well set in on
1-111.1 and secondary gr..wth of wood and 'nn'ier.—
Ihe land ib not only well ad.v led to ihe ordinary
crops I.ut a portion of 1' i» rem-irk ibly suited to
vegetahlea There is a fine you g orchard .>n the
place. Tt c dwelling is hui't of brick, is in good
order, and contains six rooms, and is surnunded
b« a hands BM grove of oak and cdar trees.-
there is, in addition al! tne buildings usually
loiind on such a plac_ given in t:mi
to seed wheat, and fail possession at. the end ol
T_ rms.--One-third cash ; balance at one and two
years, lor negoti .ids notes, beating luterest, te
cured '-y a tru»t det d
au 17- tds G •1IM1IN » ..t'PFRSQN. Aucts.
BKAttlrll. raAM&a oVt'H.LI%O,
ON M ECH AMi'SVILLE TURN.IK E.
NEAR VMS' ABLE STREET. FOR SALE AT
AUCTION —Will be s ;ld nt auction, on the prem
ises. on WEDNESDAY, 2'th Au-ust. 18«_. at f.
o'clock P. M . the rem near and admirnluy well
arranged DWELL! NO, Iff : sted »s alwive, adjoin
ing the residence of Air. B. T. Chalk, snd noer is
the occupancy of Mr. Win K. Smith. 'The lot has
a front ol 48 feet, and a depth of 132 -set The
dwelling has six room., front and rear portico, and
is. altogether, one rf the best built houses in that
TSBMB.—One-third cash; balance at 4. Sand 12
months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and
title retained until ali the no:es are paid
au 22 _ GOul)lN k APPBRBQN, Auct-.
COataHSSIONKK'B lA-JKOP REAL ES
TATE I.N AND NEAR THK CITY OF
RICHMOND.—As Commissioner appointed l.y a
decree of the Circuit Court oi the city of Rich
mond, pronounced on the 1-th June. IMS, in the
oa<=e of Taylor a<ai_st Carvedo and a!s , I shall
proceed io sell at puMic auction, on 'he premises,
in the order advertised, on W EDN cSDAY, the
29ih August, irWO. commencing at idi o'clock, P.
ML, all of the real estate of which the late Wm. F.
Carvedo died seized, lexcept. ih _ lot on which he
resided at Ihe tune of hisdeath, fronting 60 feet oa
Nioholacn atreet, running back 113.N feet to an
L- t.and old framed building therein, part of lot
No. 2.. in the plan of the oi ry of Richmond, front
ing a. leet on Kirn strce', running backs7feet —
lot .No ~ in square No 1 ol th° plan of Fntton. in
Henrico, fronting 31 10-12 leer on the Williams
burg road, running Lack 100 leel, more or i t --=s. to
an alley. LotaNos.B, 9, iv, ia square No. 29, of
Fulton, fronting each 90 foet on tne sooth aide of
(iranam -tieet. running bank 111) feet to in alley —
Whole of aqaara No. 2.. in Puttoß, except the lot
at the corner of Nicholson >-:tr*et. referred to
above.) havir.:; an aggregate" front oi _;.n i>et, anu
a depth of 110 leet to an alley.
Tpp.-.i- One fourth cash ; the hnlnaea at G ana
12 months, for negotiable* r. .te.-, with interest
added, and title retained till last note in paid.
BATON NANCE, Com'r.
Male conducted by Go dims A. Appsasott, Aucts.
au 14 _
TWO V iLCABLK WtiOHOISEV ON
lilk B-\S|N DANK. BETWEEN 9th and
IOTRBTREETS, TOR SALE AT AUCTION.-
Will be sold at aucti >n. on Hip premises, on FRi -
DAY,the :.ls! August 18*0,at6>in'ol'k I*. M.,U.( se
iwc. BKICK WAREHOUSES, loeali i as above,
bavins each a front of about '-'3-. feet on tiie north
side of the Ba«in. and running iiack 40 leet to the
south aide at Carj street, and bounded on the
*aat bj the coal »anl of Messrs Dnnlop k Mc-
C.-ince. wareh-maea, though built many
year 3 ago, are still remarkably strong v.d sab
etanttaL aad besides exoeileni dry cellars, hare
furoiher tl tors, on which a lwire quantity ol
produce can be sored These ware houae 8 are ad
mirably well-located, being on the margin of the
Basin of the James River BBS Krinivy ha Com pan;.
I lip Battering prospects of the early completion
of that grear v. - .rk adds to the value of real .state
similarly aitu .ted with Lie foregoing, and indeed
of real estate generally.
Term*.—One-fourth cash; balance at 6, 11 sad
18 months, for negotiable notes, interest added,
bPcured by a trust deed
au22 GODDIN Jr. AI'PERSON, Auots
I'RIST SALE Or Kt-AL. f.STATI. IN
RICHMOND. AT THE CORNER OF BYRD
AND 2n STREETS.—Pursuant to the provisions
of two deeds of trust, executed on the 12th da* of
July, in tho jearlKM, and -ecorded in the Clerk's
office of tli« "ichmond Hiistin-s Court, in Deed
Hook No 74 B, on pages MM and 106, I shall. »a
Trustee under the said deeds, proceed.upon the
on TL'BBD*v.Y. the 4th day of esptoas
_er 1800. at 5 o'clock P. M . to sell the propor'y
inent oncd in said daeds, and described as "four
certain lots pieces or parcels of ground lyins and
"eing in the city of Richmond, at the corner of
By rd and 2d streets.designated by thenumliersone
mx. seven and eulit. on the plan and survey d'twn
by Jos J. Plea-iurs »nd annextd to i deed Irom
John Oeorge and o'liers to John W. Reins. dateu
the aid day of June, 1847." Two new Brick Tens
ments have been recently erected on the stid lots
Tekm* —Casn f«»' enough to pny the expenses of
dr.iwing. recording, and executing the trusts md
•*__ 84 with interest there vi from July I. ]<:■•<,
cr-dit lor 5158. with interest on §78 part, tberaof,
irom the 17m of November, 1557. and aiih ißtercet
on §78; the residue thereof from the i 7 _ of No
vemlier. ISM. till 'he 17ih of Noverut-er 1998; aad
creui' lor the balance till the l'thof November,
1361 with interest added to the eredil pi menu,
and the c r ed.t payments to be secured ny a deed w
trust on me property
THOS. J EVANS, Truster.
Sale by GonuiN k Arpaasoa, Aucts. au 23
1)1 S fc. WUtfo, J ~AT to K"tX~~Tas
■ I subscribers are now prepared to deliver fom
their Si-w Mill, on jUic's Island. isKiVONKH
SLAB I'.NE vy (MID, for ihe low nice ot §J per
nird, delivered any whore iv thec.ty. It is cons d
eie.i by those who us« it as the beßt luet for the
pice that can be fund i:i the city.
Any orders, which may b- left at Mr. C.J Sin
ton s Ha.dwaie St..re, oa Main street or at ou'
shop, cm ncr ol Cary and fth jireets, wil! be yuno
tu.-liv atier ded to.
au!7 lm JNO. k GEO. GIBSON.
TMt UNION UOOH VAKO,
I Church Hill, on Leigh. 26th and 26th st*.
The subscriber having made every necessary ar
rangement is now prepared, and wi'l continue to
keep on hand a No. 1 aiticle of WOOD PINE
and OAK—which he would be pleased iq furnish t-..
the oitizenß of I mon and Church Hilia, as well a .
the publio generally. Having been a resident of
this portion of the city nearly twenty yearß, he
Hatters himself that he knows something of the
wants of tne people, especially in this line, nnd
hopes, by endeayoring to pl-»Hse, that ihe new en
terprise will meet with a remunerative patronage.
Price lor OAK, §6 per cord, and delivered.—
Price for PINK, #4 60 per cord, and delivered.
Orders left at the _ ard, or a* No. 1. basement Bal
lard Houae, will be attended to.
j) J4-lm JAS. M. CARTER.
REDUCTION IN VO I E— The price* of
CARBON. HILL COKE will be, until further
notice, as follows i
LUMP COKE, for grates, §5 per load.
STOVE COKE, /or oooking, Ac, §4.60 per
Our COKE ia of unexceptionable quality thia
season and cannot fail to give entire aatislactiun.
Tkkm*- -Cash on delivery.
je2-U JNO. J. WERTH, Agent.
COAL.— The subscriber will furnish for tne uext
three mon tha CLOVER BILL HAIL COAL,
of the best qu:ilit_. at §4 a load. Also, the CLO
VER HILL LUMP and ANTHRACI TE COAL at
the market pnoea. M D. WHITING,
jel6—to Nearjbe Peteraburc Depot.
BAM'L P. HAWEB A 80N.
Awfy?J*_ASVF£ O AL-Red *-wi w a* Ash.
And SMITHS' COAL.
Alao, a fuil supply of OAK and PINE WOOD on
hand. 13th street, South aide of the Dock.
N. B.—Anthracite Coal aoid by weight.
aJK 8e ~ S f° . .
fJAt AND PINE WOOIP-aMsoaai aad'sa
By Jas. M. Tariar te Son. Aart'i.
V?a ¥ H li'TTtflE,
V ON TmE pouth hide OF CLAY ST.
BETWEEN ADAMS ol MEET AND BROOKE
AVENLf.AT A UOTION.-Ai the request, f tbe
owner, who resides In New York wa will aell,
upon Lie premises, on FR IDA 'i. the 24th day or
A usual, commencing »t 6 o'clock P. M. a vary
ue.irabe COTTAGE, on the south sn a of
Clay ttreet. between Adams street sod Hr"...«
Avenue, snd now in the rccopancj' of Mra. Den
■ta. It contains ft «."od roonn. witb a two eeatf
back porch, a kitchen, stable. .Vc.
The lot fronta almut 46 net, and rnns back ISO
feet ti Hrooke Avenue.
line property ia located in a very retired and
pleasant neighlwrbood. and is worthy or atten
• Tkbw«-One third cash ; the t»alanoe st 8 and
U m ntha. lor negotiable ro'ea, with interest
added, and secured by a trust deed
J-S. M TAYLOR * SON. Auct'a
Immediately alter the above aale. will be so d. a
very tianusome BI'ILONO LOT, nearly < ppo
site to the a' ove. and adjoining Hie residencea ol
Messrs J. B. Danforth and Truman A. Parker. It
fronts 40 leet. snd runs b.ck 180 feet.
au W _ J. M. T. k HON. Auefe.
\rtRY DKaiHARI.K Bl lltUMi IOT
* ON 9th. BETWEEN M A IISH- L L AN D
CLAY M'K'-ETS. AT AUCTION-WFI ha aad
upon the premises, on MO* DA Y. the -Ti ti day ol
Aaiiust coiMiiencing atft o'clock P. M., a very .!c
--sirab'e building Lot. on the east side of 9'h, be
tween Jlarsht i and Clay atfCete. It Ironts 30 ieet
3 inches, and runs back 00 feet lo an alley.
Tsh ■»,- One fuirtn cash ; baUn c at I «and 2
months, for negotiable notes, with in te. est added,
and secured by a trust deed
au 17 A SON, Aucts.
TRI KTBB'a s*i E "FRMI ISTATf
I ON UNION PILL-By •rtue 4s deed of
Oust executed t- me by Naniuel H Tavlor daied
t..e24'h d>y of J.me. ItiiS, duly recorded in tii»
(tlerk s Offi. Eof Henrico County Court. I shall
by tne request of .h* benehciary, proceed 'osell
at pul>'ic auctn n upon the prem ses, on W K|>
NEoDAY. tbe V) hea* of Au vat l-*Bo • f f»i-; it
not. the nexi fair d-iy thereafter the >e«l e.tste
conveyed by the said deed, viz: " All that certai
lot pirce or parcel of land, lying and ben.g in 'h
county of Henrico, and contmnng 9 20 »cie«. by
survey made by lames T. nedd, deputy su yen
of Hemico county. and bounded as follows o * it!
On the north by the property ol Bacon Tait. .in Hi
east i.y th»f ot Jean es Taj ey, no the sou- h b> ihe
property of Wm. t.'ullini worth, snd on tae Wtel
*.y ihe property of Ji lm Be che ."
Tc.Ryi ior S.yf.l — Enou-h is cy»h to pay th» ex
pen.es of sale and a r epotiahi* i ot* lor o*7?lt
with inte'cst thereon from 27tli June, ISSU. 'i i i/„id.
tlie haleanr at i anddeesatee fornesnuabe di te
with lnteiest added and secured ny a trust (t°cd.
JAH. M TAYLOR, Tru.i.e.
Jas. M. Tavlqb A •'qv ' m- a. a_ 1.
VALtABLt. t-.i-y.U -% » v M. .._. IN CH t_»
* TEPFIFLD COUNTY. SEVEN MILLS
SOUTHW.SI' OF THE TO A N OF MAN
CHFSTEH, ToGEHIER WITH
CROPS. FA u M[xi I.MPLF.M . NTS. HOOF
HOLD AND KIT BfcN I URN II UrtK. **c .Al
AI'CTI N y» ill be sold upon the premi-es on
T UP.-DAY. tne 4th day of Septemlier. commenc
ing nt 11 o'clock A M . th* valuable FARM Inn.
seven nules sootbwest of the town of Baaek'etev.
souih side ol tne Ma r ch ster Turnpike, n P..co
-hock Creek, in the county ol Chesterfield, and
now occupied i.y Mrs. Sur-.h S rorloioe
It enetaioaSM teres.or ci. ■!! o» hi i.issr nl.n.
in original gro*Oi if on", and r-ine;fi-..m 60 to tv
ycres are ol rich creek flats and one of ihe be»'
meadows in the county, whioh producea a lar>.e
(liiantity of hay.
The improv.merits are a good dwell'ng house,
in good order, suitable lor a lar. c ["toil y ; go 'd ,p
--ole orchard , un-ier a go'-d fence, divided in three
shrts. lies wed. and has running water in every
shift; good healthy neightiorh..od, and fine sprint
ol waterconvement to all ol the houses.
The MILL has a sulistantial stone dam. and is
n good order.
It is deemed useless to give a further description
of the land, as t is presumed I h-.se wishing to pur
chase w ill view the premises Possession will be
given in tigßS to s-eed a crop «f wheat in the I all.
and lull possession by Lt January, 18ft 1, or so ne-,
if OOsired Mrs Forloine resides on the larm nnd
will have it shown to any person *ho may wish to
After the sale of the farir..will be sold theentire
Stock, consisting cf Horses Mules, Cows, Ac;
Crops, Farming Implements, Household and
Kitchen t-urniture, *c.
Taaxa or Sal.k.— For the real estate, one fourth
cash; the bilr-.nceat 1. 2 and 3 yeara. for bonds
t«ariHg interest, and secured by a trust deed. For
the personal property : All sums ol $21) and under,
cash ; over that amount, 4 months' credit, for ap
pr iced negotiable notes. wi»h interest added.
jy »6 JAS. M TAYLOR A SON. Auota.
By t'rensliayv A Co., Anct'a.
OIQQ B-I.S Kill roiTFE AT ATC-
TION -On FRID*Y, 24th August, we
will sel at saetion, commeticint at 10 o'clock, at.
the - tore of Messrs. I Ins lop, Moncure k Co.—
2499 bags very prime RIO COFFEE, in douMe
sacks—insr imported from Riode Janeiro,
per bark Fannie Crenshaw.
Tfrms.—Under .*IOd, cash ; over $100, four
months' credit, for app oved paper.
CRENSHAW A CO., Auct'r*.
au 15 Richmond. Va.
By Ounlop, .flonciire A Co., Auct's.
SLt.Att, A*».D BACON, AT
v> AUCTION.-On FRIDAY, the 24'h August, nt
our store, at half-past 0 o'clock, (alter the sate of
Cori'ee by Messrs Crenshaw *• <o. ) we will sell —
1.150 bags new chop hlO COFFEE, in double
Lags, imported per bark Fanny Cremhaw.
7.1 lihds. f. H SL'IxAH. prime qu.-ilitv.
IU hhds. lIACON SIDES and SHOULDERS
Tbbxs - Cadet AAA eaaa. oier $100, 4 montlis'
credit, for approved paper,
au 16 DUNLOP, MONCURE k CO., Aucts.
By E. BT t osk7 Auct'r.
HOKSES. Ml'irs, l OWS. Ar., AT AIT 4
' SATURDAY. 's'h inst., at lOo'olk,
1 will aell at the lot on Council Chamber Hill, sev
eral hirness and saddle HORSES, anion st which
ma* he found--
A No. 1 Saddle and Harness HORSE, a beautiful
bur, 7 y eais "Id sold for no fault, the owner
being about leaving for the South
2 young well-broke MULES, 3 years old, very
large and in fine order.
1 DA V MARE. 6 years old, sound, and reliable in
s ng.e or double harness, very f»st
Several very fine MILCH CO A'Sand CALVI-S.
_ second hand no topBUGG'ES in go id order
1 Ee.ond-hand family CARRIAGE and HAR
N. ss. Jau_22| E. m. i'OOk. Auct'r.
UK.II 1 4 Atti.ip.~Vs .i.e..- \v~i"T*~~~i!7iid~
on FRIDAY, th* 24th day of August, isso at
10 o'clock. A M ,at the High C-.iis'.able'a offi ia. a
lot ol HOUSEHOLD and KIT .HEN Fl_l.Nl
TURF., HAK HOOM FIXTURE . Ac , coraiat
'iig 1 1 Hureaua. Wardrolie.s. Stand". r "l les
Chairs. Bcdstesds. Feather Beds. Mattresses
Cr/us, Loungee, Clocks. Kockmg Chii's. Carpet-i
Pictures. Mirrors. Waabatands, 'in Safes, one
Big.telle Tale. lot ol Decanters, Dsßiliohns,
Holt e<. large lot Stoneware 1 double barrel Gun
2Go!d Watches and one Sp ing Cart.
Also, uniiv diatolj alter the above sa'e. wi'l be
sold at the eatoon oa Govraor sir_et. i ccupied by
M.(i. Popoet.eae U*r Counter and Ice H-x.-n-.i
tbe unexpired 'ease of the house, to sa'ufy dis
ireai ararra t- in >• y hand" in Imvo of Knsch
nunri vs pomet. King vs Bolton Lohui-nn vs
Bin.her, Crutcnfiield vs. ilu.trj, and others
Tkk.mi Casn. F. BUTLER.
au22 3t H C C. R
H.liH tIiJOiTABU:'- SALE.-Will >>c a .Id
on FRIDA V, the 24th cay ofAunut I*o "
6 o'clock. P. M. on the premises, the BL/ X
• M ITH ShO** on 17th, between (Lace and Br.. .'
streets fniinerly occupied by John ful ; e.. toett
isfy distress warrant in my hind- in favor ol Cary
guardmn. *c. vs. John Tulley.
Taana Cssb. F. BI'TL-R
au22-3t H. 0. C R.
\ r ALU ABLE F.\R>l FOX s.lLI' -As
«» Executor (.f Ira F. D cknso'-, dae'd, 1 shs:.,
onthe_uthol September latH), (if iai« :if not ti*
next fan dav.loa the premises, sell at suctu n 'hit
valuable FARM, Known as ** Pov'ar Inn.' uatlM
c unty of Caroone. containing 400 ACKtS. more
or less, lying lour miles south of Bowun_ Gieen.
and within 13i milea ofMilford Depot, snd adjoin
ing the lands of John B. Coats and others 1 l
ileenit'd unnecessary to give a urther detcMp'mu
of the bind, presuming t:iose wishing to pui ci-i.se
wu exanine lor them.elves To sesn n given t<
weed acropol »he.*t a..d full possession given Ist
'I-Kyi* ov Sai.k.—One-tliird cash; the , -aim'»>
in two equal ißslalsßßßta at 1 and I tears with in
tee.t lio'puicha-er executing ti. nds with SOru
ntr, and a deed of trust upon tne pr. prrty to
st cure the payment. J M (J. Di'JKl *«SoN,
nu 2u- lm* Executor of 1 a fc. Dickinson.
_ , >~-.,%,. nil v yi V! 1 l< -Till l_
~ LO S I A *i HIT B I ■■■Atltl X
Vcs. the whole ttock must go. and aa we want to
"nil nil ir attenti>>u to the articlea now la
-.'ore, we r-iimnenee w th
0 .HSIMEKK COATS AND SACK*.
Vmleof mack unit Drab 6 lit M xture. FsncT ami
Black Trie •, Smped and I'iair. Light snd Dart
colored, medium fiun'it*. c».s.. m<-i. t-ack as*
Frock ('.--its ; Blue and Ore* X linnet Pack Conta;
sißgla Bulled Cloth and Fiench Drap d'Fte Frock
Coats; Cord d nnd Plain Alpaca Coa's. Also.
Linen Fr. ok, f-ack anu Overco.ta; alao Spring
Pituolomini'a, a light overcoat, comf triable nnd
necessary at this season of the 'ear The
whole party must be disposed of in some shape or
other. Tnen comes our
Familiarly called Parts, of Casaimere and Linen
rtlack and Colored. Striped and Plain, cheap and
hne; an in good shape, and going for little or
v. thing >ext c >mea the
TERM r.NDoL'a STOCK OF VESTS.
Cassimere, Drap d'Fhe. Silk, Mar*eillea. Linen,
made heavy »nd light, and ao'd—that is ought to
lie aold and ottered lor sale on good terms, from
91 upwards. Just think of it. a good Veat for one
doiUr. Save your money and buy at TL'PM AN*,
lo) Main street, south side, thud dour above llth
atreet. t'u It ;ts|_WM. B. TCPMAM, Agant._
Manulacturer of Double Refined
, ~-, , , n . STEAM CANDIEB,
And Whol»sa c Dealer in
DOMESTIC and FOREIGN FRUITS.
FRENCH CANDIES. CIGARS.
THE BEST GOODS. TO# AC C, O ' Ac. Ac.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS,
TH E LA R G EST S TOC X,
Can always lie found at the
FIVE-BTuRY BLTLDING.No.SO M am at..
Opposite Richa'daoU A Co..
an 1.-1(K Richmond. Va
NEW MAI* OP VIROINIA-Pulibsh'.l by
authority of the Executive, with the latest
improvementsand additions, including ail 'he In
ternal Improvement. Routea. New Counties, Ac
Large Map, in ineeta, iv black $i in
■ •• colored ■. ■ ■ 610
•* on rollera t 7*4)
Siiiiil! Map. Ie l.iaok.iaueeta . ... . i ...
•• colored ............ — 3i»
" ■ ou rollera, or book form 260
The large map has nine sheet*; the email, r,
Apply <o the Secretary of the Commonwealth, or
to any ol tbe Richmond Bookaeliere.
au 16-dt*»Aug .
t AIL.ROA O IRON.- ■
Four hundred tone, "T" pattern, weii-ise
r-*LS*s\Jo«Bde to the y»rd. (h t**jfcf» '•■-_.•?"
rw/s uah *
By appersoa, Aact's.
R<-UtT_B_yltAgpAt TAActrtrm n*• *l
K-WHi... * *-*$*> FHrv A.. BOUNDtD
FOR |VA F AT A iWinw* C A', L '* STREETS.
KOK SALfc. A I AF'.riON ha sold at sao
tion,on the premiaee. on IHIH«IiAi tbe Ud
da» of Au. list. 1880 M 4?% o'oloeii j- M . tboa" two
beautiful hsf aoreLOTS.N , itl.nd lia 7m*b°
cheaUr. with a neat FRAMED Da I-I..'IMJ
thereon, r.oenil? in the occupsney of Mr no W.
CHW, fronting XU feet on the weat line of ■'iskaiar
•treat, rutimn- Inuk H2 le»t. and bonnded on ihe
ro'ih by l,#ii.tur tieet Til • property ai Ibe di
vided into tola to au'l bidders
1 *"*»-Ore third cash; bslarcs st S snd It
rnonihs. for negotiable notes mteieat adi.ee, and
title retained ti.Miat note >s pa d
ihiap'oprti is liehotifull- located cciyimanrl
ina.es it die*, afire view of the o.ty of Ricbniood,
and of lower Jaroea River
" U U L* -r. ''"Dl-IN * APPERSON. Aucfrs
, F 8 -* r \ojrthotorogtnn, sale, will he so d teat
beau'iful LO', froDiiug 132 feeton ibe north aide
■•I Uec.tur street, running buck oa Jones si eet
132 feet, immediitely oppoatte ilia pr.sant reei
ueoceof Mr. Ro W i.ift.
Terms-One third oaah : bslanoe st 4 sn<| g
months, in crest a.ded. and title reit ne_ tib last
note is paid. GODDIN A APPbRtH'N.
v 17 a set' rs.
My I. A G. B. Davenport. Aorta.
/i RW FRlEs,~*c, AT A lid 108 - -On
** THURSDAY, 231 Au ust W- wib »eH. at 10
o'clock, at our «uition Store, an a-sortinsn'. of
Western Bt.CoM SIDE" and SHOULD*- »*.
Crushed. P. wdered, * A."' B" and 'C" 0* S—
_ S' OAHr-
New Y-rk Extra SYRUP.
Portisn • ,'
Java COF FEE: CIGARS.
*eet fied snd oM Re WHIBKEY.
Pure Molasses RUM.
T *nners' oj|,.
green n. ri nek TEAS.
French «X AN l»Y.
Cl*- t. ";-rt and rthsmpaane WINKS. Ao Ao.
. L_____» V i.' V • ,o °.<*aah; •KWand over, fonr
month. • r. d.'. f.-r -..proved paper
* v '<> I * O 8 DAVbNPORT, Asott.
mi ln» v. Tnyler fc Sea. Anct s
t N Hi Hi » a i MJUiy tf>f.
» ME>T ON KLMWOOD STiEKT. IN SIO-
S . \'i UT. ON -On THURSDAY. Au.ust
.i*;ii- *t« ..'i|.Ksk. P S we will aell anexoel
e- t PRAMKD .ENi.Mi-NT, situated ou tbe
• v .. . i c oi El a w ..ri ior Mmn atreet continued.l
•a l) ipo ste the idne. Mithod at Chapel, and
win tho occur"'c ol'ea P i tier, it comers
• vei. r>.»ms ■ kitchen wHi >h cc rooma. and
•vt-r. c -nvenionce .. c s«.ry f r tne comfort of a
o C aißaO Until, ;1« ne. I. n«w t.d in sood or
)e- "c '"t rorta 30 eet .nu r U n» back 1» feet
'o ir. .i>ey 20 'eet *i- a.
' I.i .ms—one-fourth e„sh ; the Hlsnca st 6 It
i" 1 i_ mon hs for ne. o'lal.ie iot«i wiib intt-reat
ad ed ai,d secur. d t.y . trisr di-ed
tv 1C JAS M.T Yi.oK k SON. Auota
Hy VI- «. > .it. iirir.
.' JROHCKII".., «> . FURni.
■ Tl'R X *r Will be od a- au_ in- .at my
tore, on THURSDAY. Aug. 23 r m nencmg at
iUo'rlook a _enera'aaaortiuei tol G OCr-Rlfcl
ona'stT. in lart of W_-.ii.fcr) B nnd*. Soap.
'i ulea. Mack re', Hernn.s, Cocfish, ToNacco.
DmY GOODS-A lot Dry Go, dsand Ready nude
V-io*hin Mi ra Ac.
rU Nll'l'Rr, Bedstead. n n air*. T % blea,
C*rjpetinx. An (au I*l -Li X NolT.Auoi'r
__ ■ rftftu
.£-£_,- FOR B»*Tosj_ ri|BT V.BSEL
u&St Tlies. hr WES OVEn Capt Nicsbsmi-,
•" rt * H *"hav,ng the i.re.ier portion i«t her car oro
:Hgel y* ill have quick di-patuh For b. at.cc of
Of i ht apply to
«u22 6t DAVID A WM. CUR 'IE.
>______■_. FttH NfcW V»»K 8,-Ihe auper-or
sti'ing schr ONAiIVIA. hav.ng the
■"■"■"■areata* p. rtion ol her carg.. eneageo, will
in iv. it.i quick dim ■•ten For h lanr-e ol I r.m,
apply to W D. COi.t.Ul_T A CO,
__!____. __f_Ufi-_■ •»*•__. at AAD>l»Rt'i"
-■_RS?M"> TH Tne schr. AIMI H,\ i- loadmr
**■"! r the above ports, and will sail with quick
dispatch For balance oT Irei ht. *oiU to
au2o-6t ST. B. Cm QUIT I A <-Q
+_£_- FOR BO»rb!%-FIR>T Vr.>HTTj~I
_g___\ Theaupenor fast sailing .-chr B B BEAN,
*^ a =*"Capt. John Mbrrm.i. having a port..not
her cargo en aged and going on board. *i I have
quick d.spatch. For balance of fre'ght annl- to
au2o 5t _______j D fc WM _L___j__j__:
_s__<2—re *OR _hf~ TO ST A~>b ft * W
<O__WVOR!(-VIA NORFOLK -The
a M Fs RIV I R TRANSPORTATION
LINE haaafine large BARGE alwa<a rea.-v.it
the Dock, near Fdmond, Davenport A Co.'a u>
receive FREIGHT at _ny hour dail», for tho
above piaces The steaa er rSsjIBK Will leave
here every TUK&D-.Y a. d FRIDAY.at lno'olook
A M .with one of the Ha ges. to connect wi'h
'he BOSTON AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIPS,
which ieave Norf.lk on W. DNESDAYS and
SATURDAYS punctually, at. lo'e.o*k P M.
Shipp. r« will find it t> their advantage to pa
tronize this route, aa the rates of Frei. bt are ao
i.* and the dispatch a i great aa by any other
Steamship Line loeiihtr place, and goods han
dled less. For information a»p'v to
T. D. HALL, Agent,
At Edmond. Davenport A Co.'a, at the Dock.
! o t-r. a mr n/", _. --__ _.
3__SS-risßi_i-T^THrRSj > AY>-The Canal b. at
it stti TEMPEST will leave aa s'" va-
Foi Ire.gnt, apply to WAi. P. COX
au tt-AX M tfte Shed. Does at.
O F PICE UN 10 NBTE A M 8 HIP CO., '
Richmond, OnaN (8 0 \
<*■£__*. TIO - I feA *i*»»(Jk «n* or
RICHMOND having been wi hHrswn
«_?»_._«'._-*,,„), I rti•-» Ist prox<in<> for * h e -"n...ge
ofrepscingh r '.» i e.s, theSteamah p V RGINIA.
Cap' Jas H K-1 >~ will cont.nue to make her
usual weekly trip.
Freuht received on FRIDA.h, and up to the
hours of depaiture on SATURDAYS of each
week, until further notice.
CHAS. P. CARD"ZO. Agent.
au2l—ta __ 1.9 Mam street.
*_h_^_T_T_7 I>AILV LINE OF PAt Kll »
J2Z TRI WE. XLv" THROUGH TO
soorr ville. lynchbubo, d-xingp n,
AND BI'CHaNAN. AM» TRt WEEKLY O*V
THE OPPOSITE DA.S. M-K'NO A DAILY
LINE AS FAR A 8 NEW OAN TON
Fare I'oin R ohmond to New <'ant«n 44 eta
The Tiirouah lire will ley* Rioiiui nd aa
usual sts I' M MONDAYS WI-DM-8 A.B a, d
FKIIiA iS ; and on and a tir the 2l*f. i» at« ad ol
leaving a* M A M . will leave al 6 I* .\L. I OEM
DAYS. TBI RSDAYS and SA'I UNDaYB. and
rur up as high as NEW CANToN.
Returning. i»ave New Oai I n in MONDAYS,
frEuNEdDAYS and FRIDA VS at 12 M.
Tre Line for New 'autoo will paaa intermediate
points b'tween Richmond and tn.it place, at tue
si me ham', oi.I» ou opposite da.a.
au 17 d2*-Acwat H. EDMOND A CO
n — _. TRKOIfIHTII KEI» FKOM
£.;**•+**. ft mCHMOiND TO EABTV RN
*""■ —sbs HO»_ OB CHERKYeIONE.
MM. i i.«*ei.-er, taking t-e steamer C< RTIS
fft'K on T kSDAYsnd THURSDAY EVr N
NOS at 4 o'etoea « ill connect with the siesmer
NOH I Hrt vpTO*« on WEDNESDAY and >hl
i ftY M-.R ■ i **.•■*- at 6V 4 a. ■ . and wil! oon
n c *.'i. » tn. s.e.n.er on M<>N DA V MOKN P. G
tasn.sh.-a Iyt■_ n_ I RTIS PECK on BAT
'IDAi t VMM. st 6 o'o.ock.
* » Nea I M c-nu c ca it. 0. HABKINB
_.**-*-•* r r Sl >IMI hTrRAN44KMENT
A-- "_\ W j* N J'.Vk. RIVER FOR OLD
&**———+[• O1 N T PORTSMOUTH. AND
NoRFoLa - Trie -temurrs Gl EN COVE and
LRU. PECK have I ■ i _•• ' first-rateordsr,
and anl -vi- to the shove pees
flu GLEN COV_, i apt ■ F C_.BTBB.will
lone the what! al Ho. krtt* re. v ar'y every
yl-NDAY. wEDNF»FaT a, d ~ Rli-AY morn
ng ..tSo'otock prec se • . «td ten-, each alter
nat d%«», except «(ui t!a>. leaving the whaif st
VOKFOLk at the s»in« hour, So- ock A M . and
touch stall of the regular Lanaiug* «>n the river,
going and returning
The CURTIS PECK, Capt i. 0 O.rroan ho
ing neatly fitted up with ner'ha wil ie*»e the
whari at Rocketts every SATURDAY evening at
6 o'clock, and return teaviu. the »b*rl at nOK
OLK eery SUNDAY evenin* ai 4 o'clock and
e.uiarly ev.ry TUI-SDAY and THURSDAY
jv-.ii.ii-> at 4 o'clock -and return eacn alternate
lay i'tne aame hour 4 o'clock
i,.-irg fl.iwn the '"u-t a I eok wiU'ouch st City
•Vint. Wilc-.i a ■ ..im."ii'. Grove Wharf. Old
.'oint. Iriirtami u'hand Nor o!k Returning, ro'ta
inouth "Id Point H-ck Wbarl, Grove Diliard'a.
_'lairni"ut Wilicx'a • ity PoiLt. and arrive at
■iinhinond arsiut 1 .'clock, o.iday mornina
Passage for tne 8 .tmday trip, and return neat
••veiling, mea a mciud»d. §4 40
i'aaaage on re. am trip* either boat, to Old
Point. Po'tamouth or Nor r otk. .2 Meals-equal
10 any given on any U>at—SO cents ssoh
aa. Freight taken aa uaual.
ie---te_ R 0 HABIC2N*
s+c&mp. NOTH iTO THE Plßt. C.-The
d-3j-lJ> JAY I BTOWN will bo withdrawn fr.m
>^SBB_^-_-»t>*aHsiofee wo or three weeks .or ihe
purpose of receivuis new txutera Dv» nofce »i.l
be gi en when she .e>un'ihc tnpa again
The ' ORKTOWNann the ROANiiKI- y-iHooa
tinueon the r uu. iie'wet n hr'e y> d New York
Tie Vim KTnW.N leaving here «« u*u-l avert
n KH'AV alter noon, at 4 P M . the R0...N0K E
every FRI DAY afternoi.n at 4 P ««.
Returning from New York everr TUESDAY
and SATURDAY. stS P. M.; touching at Norfolk
going and returning,
Excursion Ticket* issued for the round trip for
i'aaaage to new York, includinc meal* and atate
r«H'in acoonimodationa, only $10. Steerage paa
Fare to Norfolk same an br tbe nver boeta
iy 30-t» I.UDL.'.M * WATSON.
|?Rl'lTt ANS, FKI ITI ANS-Just reeved
A another auapiy of Self Sealing Fiuit Cans and
Isra. of the roost approved kind in use. Our aa
aortment ia now vert larae and oompiete a»d wo
would «• .0 tne eapecial -it en mo ii of houaekeepera
and all othera.who wiah to put us 'rait sad ve«e
tablea for winter use, to our a'.ovk before anaking
'heir puroha*es. Call at tbe Cbiaa and Houie
Furnuhing Store of
THOS. A- BILK' EVA CO..
}to_ 137 Fag'e Seuara.
I OOft A* TMl__r-Jl^_J I r oKrfn> w iU
A-* open on Monday. _.t X ZEKII-L 8, Vn.ie"'.
oidai-nd.' -OU) ya-da heavy *» hue Gooda, for
Countarpaaaa- very aupenor quality . t«» be ruo eff
i!n« week for MiM-n.-s . yard aix yards will make
, ab»r«eCouut«"p»ue for ool« fl JO Callaooeaed
auppiy you'aelvaa, ur it will beg a*. It h-.1 u*var
t-eeii s ild *s !"«r ror good bargains ipall.tyiea
if Dry oooda, o*ll at
Mil'ert's md stsi d. 41 Maia at.
TR%vitLER».-**Ve Base ia store aa —
soitmsnt of Light Oasanaers over«aoka. *o
whioß we atk the attention of ■ n ac tfoaienplatti-g
MMW * |»ACCn A lAimwltl,. .