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We have before va, aa we write, the pro
.-eodmg- of the etockholdera of the Jaroe- j
River aad Kanawha Company at their called
meeting in Angus., li-flo. In order that all
doubt. If any attll exists, as to the ability of
the French" at-so-iatiou io carry ont their
•Bropoaitlon may be removed, we lay before tbe
public the foil, wu.g tact*, gathered from the
opening address of the President, nnd from
the report adopted by the stockholders. Some
of them have before been etated in thia paper,
bat they will very well bear repetition.
When, in March last, M. F.R.18.T pb Bbl
ixvr ob* Mi-HKBbb proposed to re-open the
negotiations relative to the improvement in
qtfaatlon, be exhibited to Col. Elm*, for the
purpoae of satisfying him as to the character
and solvency of his associatee. n number of
letters certiflcatee and other writiuga con
taiut-f evidence which left no doubt upon hi.
mind From these source* he learned that the
•everal members of the family Of oa Ifc-M lit
t>bb MiHiBHB--. of Bordeaux, and other per*
•oue aM-ociate,. with them, had become inter
tMted la a •»__»« body of land lying in the coun
ty of Kaniiawa, which, by the act of the «en
nral Aseembly of Virginia relative to de
linquent landa and Western titles, had
been released from forfeiture, discharged
from all taxes and damages charged or
chargeable thereon up to n particular day.
nnd veeted iv J-HK Pbtbr IH*Mas in trust
for the benefit of tbe creditors of Colonel
Jambs Sw aw. an officer of the Revolu
tion, who spent the last years of bis life in
France. The title of the claimants had been
confirmed by a decree of the Circuit Court of
Kanawha couu'.y pronounced in January,
I*__ and tbey are mill prosecuting a claim to
a much larger portion of tbe original Swab
landa, thai to which they are entitled by the
decree, amounting to three hundred thousand
acree. Having become thus deeply interested
In -hte country—one of the most remarkable
In tbe world, from its unboun led mineral and
agricultural capacity—it was but natural
that these gentlemen ahould immediately
fall to reflecting upon the best mer i s
of developing Ha resources. The re
enlt was the formation, iv France, of
an aeeociation for the purpose of purchasing
aod enlarging the Jamea River and Kanawha
Canal. The fact of tbis association is verified
by ihe certificate of Mr. Caiil'tji, the Ameri
can Charge d'Atfaires in Pans alter the dea'h
of Judge Mapo.l, arid in the certificate be
states that the parties uamed as members of
the aaaO-Jaiioa had appeared before him, offi
cially, aud requested him to verify the fact
under his own band. The certificate le dnly
acknowledged „ud signed by them, and, sub
aeqnectly, they admitted other associates.—
That the a__o.iatiou is not yet a corporation,
is true, but tbe reason why It Is not so is very
•imple. A corporation aggregate cannot ex-
Is*, in France uuiil the whole capital stock has
been sub-crib-d, two-thirds of it paid in. aud
certificate made in due form to the government
It would have beeu folly to have formed a
corporation on such a gigantic scale, betore it
Had been ascertained thy.it would bt-allowed
to prosecute the object for which it was form
#d The members of the association could not
nnow that the negotiation h_re would ever be
completed, aud until that fact had beeu defi
nitely settled, it could not be supposed that
tbey would pay in the enormous sum of six
teen millions of dollars, which tbey would
bave to do before the corporation could exisi.
Notwithstanding the fact, however, that no
corporation yet exists, abundant evidence was
furnished to show that the aeeoctatee in ques
tion would be formed in to one by paying down
the required two-thirds as soon as the success
of the negotiation here was ascertained. They
placed their affairs in the hands of a " com
mittee," consisting of six gentlemen, of high
reputation,unblemished character, and poai
tious in society too well established to admit
of a doubt as to the uprightness of their
intentions and the reality of their zeal.—
Their official correspondence with M. Ebnbst
db Bbllot was unreservedly placed before
Col. Ellis. It was conducted by a person
well known to all Europe—a man who bad
been successively Minister of Finance, Pre
fect of tne Police of France, and Prelect ol
P_ris and the Department of the Seine, lt
left upon the miud of Col. Ellis, no doubt,
that it was founded in perfect good faith, that
the engagement which it indicated would be
fully aud honestly carried out if ouce entered
into, that there wae uo trick, subterfuge, or
shuffling whatever in contemplati.u.
In connection with this portion of the sub
ject, we take occasion to say, that we have
aeea the names of the •'committee" in question
a.d tbat were tbey laid before the public",
tuey would be couviuced not ouly of tbeii
capacity to carry out auythiug in the world
they might nudertake, but of their superiority
to everything which had about it the slightest
suspicion of sham, humbug, bad faith, or
fraudulent speculation. Oue of those names,
alone, would serve as a guarantee for the sne
ceMlnl proaectitionof any enterprise to which
it might be pledged, aud there are others almost
as well ftuown, and quite as respectable. In
the month of May, Mr. Paul, the French
Oonaul, paid an official visit to the President
of the Jamea River aud Kanbawa Company
nnd addressed him as follows :
"I come, sir, to make you an offioisl visit—to
•ay thai my not-eminent is beginning to f«*el an
interest in ti.e scheme which I understand you
lave in hand, snd that 1 have received a dis»atch
from ths Minister of Forei-jn Relations, written
at the command of the Emperor, direr-tins me to
rep<-rt upou its menu—ai.d particularly upon it*
relation io the increase and establishment of di
rect trade between France and Virginia. 1 need
_. ' t »ait * J ■•!. sir, that there is much tv
ni___-oe . l tin! (act ilt means, fust, tint the
names who are uet-otia'niK with you are per
fectly reiiab'e ; my government in a case as
th.s would never connect itself, in the remotest
degree, with any party or asso ia'ion not entitled
to the tii« Best credit; hut more titan this. 1 know
personally <r by reputation, a number of the .an
tlemen wuo are said to beeuia.ed in the prupiieed
ata«rtakin_, and 1 know them le be <•! as high
• 'aracter, social, political, and hnauuiai, as any
In obedience to his instructions, Mr. Pai l
made a report to his government, and j a Au
gust he again visited the office of ttie company,
bearing with him a dispatch from the French
Mlnlater of Foreign Affair*, in which, altera
high compliment to the ability of his report,
which had beeu received and referred to the
proper Department, and presenting the ihanks
of the Government te M. Bbllot i.h.- Mi
itikti, tbat high functionary proceeds to say
thai be ia happy iv beiug ttie medium of com
municating the sympathy of the Department
of Agriculture, Commerce ana Public Works,
In thia enterprise, the success of which, he
-very jnatly said, would inaugurate direct
commerce on a mighty 6cale between Virginia
and Frauce. It was the opinion, he said, of
the last-named Department that it was the in
terest of the Emperor's government to '•en
courage M. Db Bkllot dbs Mimbubh and the
eminent men associated with him," and Mr
Paul was instructed to make known tha
BTU_pet_*r of the Government to the Frendent
ef the company and the Executive ot the
.Stat*. At the same time that he exhibited thi!
document, Mr. Paul read a certified co ., y of a
dispatch from the Minister of Agriculture,
Commerce, aud Public Works, addressed to
ineiut-ersol the committee or Board of Direc
l»re of the Association in France, expressing
aimilar aentlmeata. Such waa the state of
astir* when the stockholders met in August
Tbe report of that body is before tbe world
j- waa cemposed of men not likely to be led
;-u, error by dazaling and unsubstantial via
lone. Tbey weighed all the evideuc** before
tbem wltb great care, and a committee ap
pointed by tbem reported tbat tbey had takeu
care to ascertain the character of M. lm n_ L .
Lot and bia aaaociatee,aa well tv their ability
to o_-*.!y witb tbeaitreement they had entered
irtj-tlistM. Lu*Br-i -M liai-LOT was accre
gliied in un(_u*tiifit«l lertne aa ageutleman of
w_rt_ aod reapecmbiiiiy—and tbat the com
pany vv nil wbicb be ia associated i_ composed
•f men Who p._»__-_ greai influence, a• cial, |io
li Ileal nud financial. Tbey .xpreas a be_ita
t on in referring to curreMpoutience aud teatl
jnouiala which were before ibem, but which
tbey could uot receive without laying tbem
before tbe stockholders iv general meeting —
JH-ti. ' ' tbaUl Vteie l-llrl.iif ,1 JTI vl( te 10, Ili I c
_..ir« *•-.- || U._rJ. With Urel.vaut private
1 fi i i i| Hi ium
matter* that it would ba difficult to _*p_.rat«
tbem. They any, however, that the impres
sion produced by them was tavombl. to the
scheme. Tbey lay before tbe stockholder* tbe !
dispatch to M. Pail, before alluded to. and
: speak ot Una Tendering li absolutely certain j
j that the undertaking bas the patronage o( tbe
Can any man now dowbt ibe ability of the
company to oonatruct tho improvement I
The Prlar. in Am-rice.
Our conntrvmen have reason to can«rstti.
late iheineelves that the Prince of Wales be
gan his visit to America in Canada aud will
conclude it in the Waited States, thus rescrv
tug tbe best wine for the conclusion of the
feast. It »s well to study our Western society
by beginning at the base, by investigating the
aboriginal and Canadian elements, and thence
proceeding upwards In the scale of civiliza
tion. We oan well imagine that lo the Duke
of Newcastle, and other wlae and polished
gentlemen, accustomed only to life in tie edu
cated farms, the study of simple, unadorned
savageiy, in its Canadian development, musi
have beeu novel and startling m the highest
degree, amply compensating the discomforts o'
an ocean voyage, and the personal assanlt
which some of the natives made upon the
Luke at Toronto It la edifying to witness
the religions development in the bosoms cf
these uncultivated F-gat.s, prompting them
to mob their distinguished guests, to heap upon
their heads n variety of opprobrious epithets,
aud flually wind up by assault and battery.—
We dare say ihat the Luke, who is said to be a
man of the most infallible common seuse aud
unfailing lonHommir, has been greatly in
structed and amused by these curious exhibi
tions, and wili not fail ie congratulate bimsel
that the royal party began their American
tour at these low rounds in the ladder of civi
lization, from whence they will presently as
ceud to a higher and purer atmosphere.
We i.bser' c that some of the malcontents,
iv their nonsensical madness, because the
Prince could not unite la a party procession,
expressed a wish that they were in ihe United
States, and avowed the belief that there they
could do as t'uey choose. We cannot recipro
cate their desire: for whilst they would be
permitted to do as they choose in the United
States other people h-V also the same liber
ties which is not exactly what these persons
desire. Moreover, as the very bitterest aud
mo-t implacable enemies our peculiar institu
tions have ever had, are precisely the men who
have made these ridiculous _ti_tarbau_e., we
trust they will stay where tbey are, and that
.hey aud their bl.-sed province willnever be
added to the already preponderating weight ot
New England fanaticism.
We trust that nothing will occur upon the
vi-it of the Prinoeto this country to remind
him that the United States is on the same con
tinent with Canada. We know there is every
disposition, from the President oi the United
States to the humblest citizen, to give him a
whole-seuled and affectionate welcome. We
are very sure that if any instance of barbarity
occurs, it will cot embrace, like that in Can
ada, large bodies of men. We trust and be
lieve that riot even an individual exception
will occur to mar the manifestation of those
elevated and generous sentiments which the
great American people entertain towards their
illustrious guest. In no other land is there a
higher appreciation thau in America of those
womanly virtues which characterize the ad
mirable mother and woman who now occupies
the British throne, aud nowhere under the
sun do men better understaud the rites of hos
pitality. We hope to see all this evinced in a
way which will efface from the mind of the
Priuceall tbe disagreeable remembrances of
his Canadian tour, and of his temporary visi
tation to that uncivilized and unhappy race,
who are iv every way inferior to the digni
fied, decorous and valorous red men who once
inhabited that country. The Duke of New
castle antl other gentlemen who have just es
caped with their lives from the Canadian pop
ulace, will not for a moment misconstrue
those demonstrations into evidences of dis
loyalty to the throne of Eugland. They are
well aware that Canada is a constant draft
upon the British treasury, costing the mother
country far more than it comes to, ard not as
profitable to her trade and commerce as it
would be if permitted to become
The British government supports, at great
expense, the civil and military functionaries
whose unhappy fate it is to live among and
endeavor to civilize and regulate that absurd
and disorderly people. The money of British
bankers builds up th"ir cities, railroad-*
bridges and other public works. Were Eng
laud to whistle them coolly dowu the wind,
she would lose only a heavy drain upon her
exchequer, whilst in re'urn, Canada, like the
Uuited States, would become enterprising anil
self-relying, and provea profitable customer of
the mother country. The greatest difficult",
iv the way of Canadian independence will
come from Cauada herself, which, notwith
standing her rudeness and barbarity, is ex
cessively proud of her relations to Great
Britain, antl would rather be the tail of the
British lion thau the head of a plebeian repub
Virginia Medical l^oile^e—The Professor
oi Surgery—lmportant Operation uuU .11-
I- . t.it__. Scene.
We have lately called attention to the ap
proaching opening of the winter lectures, and
to the eminent capacity of the Faculty lor the
efficient ar.d successful discharge ot their du
ties. Iv the Professoi of Surgery—Dr. Chas*
Bell Giiisoi.—the Medical College of Virginia
possesses apillarand ornamentol the medical
professiou of which any institution in the
country might be justly proud. We have never
deemed it neiebsary to make special mention of
the various triumph, of Dr.GiusoN in difficult
aud dangerous operations : for, if we once
began such a record, we should not know
where to stop. His position aud fame have
been long ago established, and have been
strengthening and iucieasing every day.—
There ws« one npeeallon, however, which, not
only from the consummate *kill it exhibited,
but the alTeciing circumstances attending it,
would seem to tleiriand especial mention.
(in the-, th of August last, a youug man
named K-AMh.mt, of Wilmington, N. C,
who,about a year before, had been so severely
wounded iv the head as to prod nee purulysit,
epilepsy nnd idiocy, was brought to this city
for surgical treatment. The wound on the
head left a punctured and depressed fracture,
which resulted In tho.e dreadful consequences•
The large majority of the medical men who
had '_e_ii consulted, were unable to render the
uufortunate sufferer auy assistance, when his
father resolved to bring him to this city and
cou-ult Br. Gibsom. That eminent, gent'e
man at once performed the o-ieratiou of tre
panning, assisted by Br. Ci'LLKM, and in the
presence of one or two other assistants. We
are told by spectators that nothing could have
been more remaikable and affecting than the
result. Scarcely had the delicately-handled
instrument of the operator been withdrawn,
before tbe bruin, relieved by the removal of the
depressed portion, resumed its functions; tbe
idiotic 6tare of the eye disappeared; the light
ol reason dawned over every feature, aud the
nerveless hand recovered it_> power. Br. Gm
_oa brought the young man'_ father into the
room, aud ih_ Intelligent eye recognized him
at a single glauce, and the restored hand em
braced tbe father wiih the most impressive de
monstra'.ioua of gratitude and love. It is said,
aud we can well believe it, that the father
could not speak for joy, aud that bit heart
overburtbeued with happiness and gratitude'
could ouly llud relief iv tears. The trans
fi.rm_.iou from the semi.paralyzed, epileptic
idiot, to the restored, rational, aud rejoicing
man, eeeuaed almost the work of a miracle.
A college which embraces t .c genius, tttient
and experience, that are fouud iv the Faculty
of tint institution, ought to command the
universal encouragement of the Southern
people. The legislative grant of laat
year has greatly increased iv facilities for
usefulness. A laigeaud commodious hospital
is vow belog eret .ed ou ihe Collegejlot, whei.
all the operations cau be wiiue.sed by Hie
Ft'aioM im MAnaacauHßiTM.—lt i!|st.*ited
that the leaders of the Dougia* and He!| aud
Everett i>«roe_ held au adjourned meeting in
liosiou on Monday, and itgieed ujivh a plan
tot uniting nji-Ji a State and Electoral ticket.
Mozia _J>_ rM_ on HigTnAVtt_Ht-That ha-
Morons writer nnd -lose observe* of pe«elng
events. Whose norn de fdum* Is Mo>'!« At>_m_«,
bavin* lately journeyed extensively among
tlie Puritans of New E gland and in theconn
| try round about, propoaea to 'rite a laythfule
acownt uv v. in. the acne aod dune aud beerd
iudurlnge uv ihe time be were goned," in a
aeriee ol ten leiiera, the Ur.-: of which will ap- j
pear early in October, Mozis Amitafl Is one
Bi the few writers wbo bave succeeded In the '
pe.uliar path of .omit; literature which he
pin -uo„. ii.ul v.c entertain uo doubt that his i
present undertaking will increase bis repute* i
tion and light up with "broad grins'' theconn- I
i.uaace of gloomy care. We look lor tbe forth- j
com inglettere with pleasant an ticipatione. The j
addreee lo bi* "Frem. the Pnblicke," In another
part of thia paper, gives the reiderfull inlor
tuati.u of whatMo'-i.-i proposes to do lor their
edification and amusement.
NbwGbbban I'al'KE.—Messrs. S-H.bicut
A St*hott propow* to publish, on the *_d Octo
ber, a new paper in the German language, to
be entitled iLu I'lrgini.t.A- Ztitung—i «■. Fw**
B «Ma Times or Gazette, we are not certain
which. The paper will be issued trl-weekly
ut «. per annum or fS-M) in advance. It will
not take part tn politics j but will be a n,! - v "
and litera.-v paper, endeavoring to promote
the interest of German citizens of the United
Slates. The editors are said to be well quali
-11. d for ihe undertaking. Mr. Sen k.cht ha_
ba.l tho advantage of a previous connection
with the pre-a in Saxony.
MR 1-r.HANAN AND THB f EBRITOItI AI.
UlußSTii N.-Mr. John A. Parker, in reply to a
letter addressed to U.m inquiring into his
knowledge of Mr. Buchanan's views upon the
right of Territorial Legislatures to exclude
slavery, says that as long ago a* 1850, Mr*
Hue ha nan, in the -nost emphatic manner, did
deny that right to the Territorial Legislature,
and'said "he could not see how the creatures
of Congress could exercise power which were
denied to the creator."
Mai.nk Ej-Ki'tion.—The Blacks have swept
Maine by an increased majority. They have
probably elected their full Congressional dele
gation, as folljws: J. N. Goodwin, C. W.
Walton, S. C. Fetsenden, A. P. Morrill, J. H_
Rice F. A. Pike. Returns from 11 ti towns
give Wastibnrne, (Rep.) for Governor, 33,483
votes: Smart.(Dem.) __,_I!, and liarns, (Union)
1 i.i*_, a net gain for the Republicans ol 2,190
over last year's vote.
Frkk Lo\ k iLLLHTUATKn—A Tetter from
New York, Sept. in, says : "Quite an excite
ment exists in and about the City Hall, this
afternoon, in consequence of the elopement of
the Clerk of the Su parlor Court with a mar
ried woman, who is said to bave resided iv
Greene street. The Clerk himself is said to
have a wife and two children, and what is
still worse, he has lett them comparatively
Fatal Kbncontuk.— A fl-,ht occurred at
the plantation ot Senator Hammond, m South
Carolina, on the 1. th of August, between Jno.
Williams and one Gouldin, in which tbe lat
ter was slabbed, and on the-J.itti he died. Wil
liams, and a cousin of the same name, who is
in someway implicated in the deed, are both
Fot'NDLiNO.—A female iufant was placpd at
the door of the Orphan Asylum in Norfolk,
on Monday evening, with a* note requesting
the '-good sisters of the Asylum to take charge
of the baby, for God's sake." It was sent to
Nobkolk CO__TT.—lt is ascertained that
th. total popnlntion of Norfolk county, ex
clusive of a portion of it lying adjacent tottiis
city, is 10,152, including wbi'es, -laves, In
dians aud free negroes, taxed.— Ports. Trans.
The Choice Cask.—ln the case of Wm. A.
Choice, convicted of murder in Fulton county,
Gn.. the "Supreme Court of the State lias ai
lirmed the judgment of the court below.
A special dispatct* trom New Orleans to the
Charleston Mercury says Gran. Walker was
taken prisoner by the authorities in Hondu
ras ; but we have seen uo account ol it else
B. B. Douglass, Breckinridge elector, and
Joseph Christian, Hell elector, met iv disciis-
M-ii ai Howling Green, Caroline co., last Mon
Her.cbel V. Johnson, Vice Presidectiai can
didate on the Douglas ticket, pas_ed through
F.-ee.eriekaburg ou Mouday, on his way-
Mr. J. H. Lead.ll committed suicide at
Nashville, Tenu., on Saturday last, lie leaves
a wife nnd tour children was 35 years of age,
and a native of New Jersey.
Mr. J. T. W. Tabh, a native of Martinsburg,
Va., was found (lead in bis bed in Baltimore,
on Tuesday moiiiiii.:, sapposed from an attack
A young man named Richard Gray was
stabbed and instantly killed last Monder
night,inn fight with a party of rowdies iv
Robert Tyler, E* _~ addressed the Breckin
ridge National Cluo in Philadelphia, last
The physicians of Charleston, S. C, report
favorably ou the sanitary condition of that
Mr. Wm. Ouzley, of Miss., was killed by
falling from a third story window of the Gar
ner iioute, iv Mobile, last week.
Mr. Jell. Centers was drowned while batb
ink In Chattahoochee river, near Ciaik.ville,
(in., last Sunday week.
Hon. Thos. W. Miller has resigned his seat
in 'he Georgia Senate on account of feeble
Ihe hull of the steamship Canadian, wreck
ed three years ago in the St. Law. rente river,
has been raised, and is to be towed to (Quebec.
A company has been organized in Jackson
ville, Fin, to run a hue of steam-propellers
to New York.
The forty-sixth anniversary of the battle of
North Point, w*ui duly celebrated in Balti
more y.sterday, the Mitt.
The first telegraphic dispatch from Nebras
ka to New York was received in that city on
The sum total of the ages of thirty-five gen
tlemen at a Bell and Everett convocation iv
Boston, last week, amounted to 3,153 yeare.
A little daughter of Mr. Charles Frayner
was run over by a charcoal cart iv Peters
burg, on Tuesday, ar.d tadly injured.
Five young women, dressed in boys'clothes,
were arrested in Wheeling, Va., last Friday
Part of the Lincoln pole, in Wheeling, Va.,
was blown off in a storm last Saturday.
A rattlesnake and a mad dog was killed in
Petersburg on Tuesday.
A lot of extra North Caroliua wheat sold iv
Petersburg on Tuesday for **. 1.75 per bushel.
There were 311 deaths iv New York city last
Heennn-e pugilistic exhibition ended in a
wild r.otat Woonsocket, K. I.
Proposals have been issued for the establish
ment of a type foundry at Charleston, S. C.
It is stated that Gen. Sam Houston has come
out for Bell and Everett.
M__ New Ricbmobd TiiEATRr.
Kc.nkel A. MoX-Bl ._. I essees ami Mana.ers.
Tfcta EI.ROAM' KsTABiJ.-HMKNT, bein-r
tin - cmniileied in every depurtutent, and pro
iiounced i ne
in tlie Union, replete !i0 it m with
to the "udience. will
POSITI VEL V R E OPEN
On THURSDAY X VKNINO, September 13th,
with the new Comedy ot the
An OPENING ADDRESS, written expressly for
the occasion, by a popular literary Ksatieui-tu uf
tins city , ami the lavs; liable rnroe <if au
Ml. ROX-HOOK_NOW OfE.N. se 12—2.
K_To mv Frkns.thk PBBt.-Oxn.--Ha-.Bfe taltin
a i(.u_ junny to ihe Notn, and havm.e met witt. j
menny cuius pepi and str_inil|*e advent-tier-. 1
puppus mi oats anul nicudiu.ent is kiv me.i to rite
aUvthfule itcownt uv wiiut 1 eeue and dun aud
l.eeid iiiduriiiite uvtlie tune I were toned,in a
Ce.es uvTenne Lettus to Wit:
1. A Void_,e on the Orate Kestun
3. A Ride and a Midnite Advencher on the
I'enoilvainyer Sentrul R til rode, incliiii.n.e uv
a nite iv Sunoerry.'i part uv a day m Wiijuiiis
i)i.te. and a mte in Eluurey.
... PaDntsatNiaggri Kails.
1. A Nite and Do at Moatmaall, Kannedy.
5. Tno Dais a ,il Nites in '.iuelieck
tl. A Trippe to the Awfuil and b'lumy Rivver
7. A aide on the Orsn Trunk Railrode to i'ote
lun, Mine, and parte uv a day at P ot-smuUi, new
8. Sevrul Da.s in Bosstun Towne, as .they utile
it up Ttiar.
9 S»tdv and Sundy at Newpote. Rode Hun.
IU. N.erlt a 'Aeake m Knew Yawk.
Keoh Leitur shell be lSOetavorc pitgis long, baa
suinl* printed on far papur, and tne prise tharof
shell be Nimepuiioe a Lettur, ur One Dollure for
the Hole Set uv Tenne, wheu oddud at wunst,
Cash Doun on the Nale
Oddus may lie adresi to MOZIS ADOI'MS.
w hichiuuii, Va
r*. h.—a I treaty newspapus nuertin*i uv tuts
advuttisiusnt in a euuspi.kyus piais. and aellince
ateushun to it eddytoryulli. aud _endin_; uv a
cippy tome, shell t)« intisatu'd to all the t ettus.
R.ne in your a, pit k ihduhi, tor I _tiel, try my hess i
to do this thinge n..ode, and onlr a 1 mint nd nuui
ber uv oopp.s -ill 1-e pu.ud Ihe letst Lettur te
apeer erl» in Ocktoaber _n_ lollerd by the resa at
reglur intervn.'s Be n weak. .* M— uxtcwit
ia_-AT Brno' -___-_ i, ii. ,u_,u -treel, l'li.to
gripus and fear! Ambr-typ-e t-t small clnldiea
and laitiny ami. are taken perfect in one se. ..n.i
Iby lite aid • I •.■■#-' .-.c *. iiuiuk Heeeea, l'earl
Ambrotypes ?& neiif* to if 7, in large silt frame!,-
I'hotoK t t,iii - #Jyer_oaea. Life use, heaatifally
ci.i.'.-cd and framed, ijd. and uywaids. se U _t
s___aaaa-__n^B_>MM^ MW ,M,__i_-----MS--M--M
„ In this .ity. on the evening of fhalJtli inst.. SU
BAN F FAN C Eg, youngest child ol A l..acd_u
aan P. 1 *■~_.... ageii ia month*
The funeral will take place from the icsidence i f
her par.'ntH. ~n tSfh utrn't. lietween (Main and
Frar.kbii, this afternoon, at 3 <•' lock. The Iricude
and «c .uainticces ol the faiuil. are mviied teat*
FORI UK RICHMOND. aiiPTKi-IHKR 11.
~Hlgh tfntte this day (Thursday) 'J^o'etvtb.
r-chr. Wm. Speare. Jones. Baltiaaere, guano,
Crenshaw * Co. _______
Schr. Robert Franklin, Speddin, l-red.-rioks
! hurr, rye. Steams A Co. _, _
j Bohr Ultra, Wilson, Baltunoie, uuiie , \V .V.
Colquitt kCo -• ,
Sohr 1.. T. Harding, Harris, Jau.es Ri.er.w.eat,
VV H.Peaeants ... . ,
Sohr Oraud Spy, Dennis. James itiver. wheat,
W. H. l'leaeacts.
SAILED. _ ,
HrtrS. P. Smith. . AleaanJr.a, v.a Fott
Walthall, coal. W. D. 001-i..itt A Co.
Schr J< tin Walker, Farien. Boston, Uo_r, D. A
W. Curne ... wr 11 l
Schr. Almira, , Baltimore, eon. Wobb k
Bohr. John H Travers. Krank. H .Itiiiiore. ligltt.
Schr F. Merwui, Avery, down the war, light.
Baltimokc, Sept 11 - Cleared,scnr. Three Sis
ters, Peter.'-ur. . Arrived, brig Mount Vernon,
Kio de Janeiro; brig Chattanooga, Buenos Ayres—
exchant:**tl strnals Aug. )2th with an Amerioan
bark, probabl-r ef H ichmond.sh..wins a blue,wmte
and red signal, with letter C in th_ white.
Chasi.ks ion, S. C„ Sept. 7-Cleared, schr. W.
Ai.kx *m ria, Sept. 11.—Sailed, schr. Sanmaria,
Ships Pioneer, for Cit* Point, antl Scotsman, for
Alexandria, wero loading at Liverpool 25th ult.
Ship Ilelene, Kaschen. from City Point tor En
rope. was below New York 10th inst. Put back
lenking atniut four ir ches per hour.
•Ti___ RK'HNO-O PHII.HARitIOKIC'
--'•---I-. ASSOCIATION -All the raemliers of
this Association are requested to meet punctually
at their Hall. lit Mechanics' Irstitute. THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Reports of the Commit
tees appointed iv June last anil other ! u-nnem . I
importance, will come up before the moetinn. It
is especially important that every active member
should be present. Uv ordrr nj
J. ii Otis WOLD, President.
W. H. Ri.ackaiiak, Sec pro. teui. se I_—lt*
»**_-__« Association will meet in MEI ROPOI.I
TAN HALL, on FRIDAY FVENTNG, the llth
inst., at 8 o'clock. WM B. NEWI'O.N will ad
dress the Democracy. The citizens are invited to
Le present and hear him.
L. W. GI.A/.EBROOK. President.
J__t_*- Dove, i N -_-,„
He..kt G. C-Jtann,. Ec s "' se 1,.-2t
Kr*e_r*>*MlA-ITIFSTEK HELL A!*4UEVE-
S-**--_5- RETT CLL'U.—Attend a ateeting of the
Club at the Africa - . Church, . Manchester,,' FRI
DAY evening,llth inst., at 7 o'clock. Makma-
DUEB Johnson, i-sq., i>r. Jno W. Wai.ii ud
Coi. L M. Hi ii-nui will address the Club.
By ordar of
sel.'l-lt* WM W. WEI.SfC ER. Pres't.
riOTU'E.-Our store will be closed
_»*____. on MONDAY andTUE-DAY,Beyteaa
ber 17th and 18th, lieing New Year's Hays,
ac 13-3t J. MILLHI3KR k BRO.
THE VIR(II*iI,VCK.MRAL AlJ
•**-___- RICULTCRAL SOCIETY.-Iu conae
quence of the cost of the large and indiapsnsable
I-xln'iition Building v.hu*h is'-eing erected upon
the Herm tii-e Fair Gronnde,tbe baecntive Com
mittee have instructed their Soliciting Anent. Mr.
i a was Chambbblaybs, to renew hia efforts for a
further subscription from those citizens of Rioh
mond who have not grinned assistance heretofore.
*>lr. Ch-i viurmi.a i m wilt, in accordance with these
instructions,call upmi those referred to, and it is
hoped wili ba succetslul. By order.
se 12 — 3c l*'ec'y and Treas. Va.C.jA.S._
<^*—_- advertised, uniessthe amount necesaar)
for the completion of the Bethel is rased b.v Octo
ber Ist. the work will stop with the finish ol tlie
basement only. A citizen proposes to ba one ol
twenty to give _ joo each; another, to be one of
twenty to give ,*.Vieath; another, to 1* one of one
hundred to give *t'liJ each.
Tlifte proposition*, tl filled, with the payment oi
whit is sjlw rititd. will complete the amount ne
ceeear** to m-'et the payments on the whole prop
er!) ; otherwise the mneaeera will be necessitated
to se:l part of tlie iot, winch w. uld detract greatly
from the appearance anu value of the Bethel
Subscriptions, or payment on subscriptions, can
be made te Rev. F.J. Chaplain,or Mr.
WM. F.TAYLOR, Treasurer. sell-5t
B_*3PB» UNI©!- I'KAV ER >IKETII\G._
--**--*-• A Union Prajter Meeting ot all denomi
nations *wtil be held every AFTERNOON this
week, under the auspice- of the Young Men's
Christian A*sn-*rition. in tne Lecture room ol the
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ,Dr.
Hone's! trom 6 to 6 o'clock. The citizens eet.e
rally are invited to attend, as well ne all stran
gers visiting the city. lav 20— lm
KtHPiiiMi RAILWAY 10..1
--■-■**-_- PANY.-Books of Subscripton for the
STOCK of the RICHMOND RAILWAY COM
PANY not already subscribed for will, THIS DAY
tie opened at the office of the Company, over the
store of Jas. Wood house A Co., and at tiieoifn. >
of J. A Lancaster i. Hon.
llv ord-r of the Board of Directors.
&üB-.-< Jos. Jackson. Jr.. Pres't
LOST AND BTRA.YED
STOLEN —From the p-u-ma.e of J. Woodhouse's
- private entrance. No US Main st.. a DIPLO
MA, belong aa to Wm. Flegenh. liner, which was
awarded to him at the Mechanics' iisttute, at
Nashville.Teen. iiiOot.'bc-*-.l>si_. A libera! reward
will he given to any one returning t!i<* same to tiie
Southern Commercial College, No. IX/ Main st
»c 13 3t
I IIST-On the __tl7T_rt., ISoo' m - CHE .kTn'o.
sa )9o ,m tlie Farmers' Bank of Viritinia, for
rVVoHINIiKKO AND FIFT_-ONE LiOLLARS
A.Mi NI.NKTV-ONK CENTS, pay able to note or
hearer. Tins is to warn all pers*n» from trading
for same, as payment has been s'opoed
sel_-lw* JAS. I. DOR.\IN._
IOST- On Monday afternoon list, the loth m
-* htint somewi.ere in the city, 'I WO HUN
DKH. DOLLAKS. in .-50 Virginia notes. Ihey
were in a roll If the finder of the same will leave
it at tins othce, he will receive a salislactory re
ward se 13-.t
L-r-T-On Saturday last, the Bth in_t.,nny fr'KKF,
Fs\ PP!R.*>. 'iheytvere iv a leather pocket. I
wi'lgivea liberal reward ior them if left at this
ofTic.. RKBECCA SCOTT.
( Formerly called Rebecca James,)
se 12-2t* A Free Woman of Color.
__ TAIKN l.l*, on Knda> nigh! laat,a
***F > *I small litlit liaj. MUI.K. uiaiked ou the
TjltSli shoulders with the c liar; black feet,
mmmmfmr W; ' !l '' '''* :( i't r >pe down the hack; h»d
— **''********* a rope nalter. The owner will please
come for him. pay charges and tike nun away .--
Vetatid.li Stables. 6th stteet, near CU».
sell 3t* Rt-Ur.Rl' KKIO, Proprietor.
__. *iTKAY_ U—From Mr Thornton's
residence, "n the Williamsburg Boatl.
ttOH about ir_ fa mile below Rocketts. a small
MI.'LE. Has a white mark art und
neck, ifear the liead. His shoulder*!
are very much scarred up. l J e his been missing
about two weeks. Anr one retu'ninf hiinto Vlr
THORNTON, or to RLANKENSHIP k JOHN
STON'S Stable, will be suitably rewarded,
-*_»**> I. S. MAIL STKAMSHIP
<_Q__X> lAMKSTOWN FORNKW VOKK.
--.,_- ea__ij* he gteamahip JAMK**TOWN, Capt.
Tho*. Ski.nmcr, will leave here at lo'clock P. M.,
P KIDaV, the llth inst.
Kxcursion tiouets msued to go and return by eith
er of the steamers, meats and state room included,
for the very low price of §15.
Passage to New York, meals and stateroom in
cluded, ■** 1". Steerage passage $5.
Passage to Norfolk sa-ne as by the river limits.
Freight received to-day < I Intrsday,) and up to
the hoar of 1 o'clock P. M., Friday.
Consignees ire roquesteu to send lor theirgooda
Freight for Host.in taken at moderate rates and
forwarded with dispatch.
Tickets and bertha secured at our office or on
board the ship.
ue 13-21 LUDLAM k WATSON.
"vfifrf i-lt-ir LCMO-fS.—Mies KLIZA A.
4JE*WATS«>N will continue to give lessons in
.-a."V I,'SIC on the PIANO, either at the resi
deuces of ncr pupils, or at her own, in Mrs. Dab
nky's Boarding H_u«e, at the corner of Franklin
and 4th streets. se 13 iw
KM H.ION 11 POTTER IES, foot of
Ebetmr V .im street, Kocketts, and corner Cart
m__\\p _titl i-'hstreeta. hi ihmond. Va. KKKSKE
*Sst k I'aKK. Propnetors. —The subscribers
reipcctfulty intorin the meruhsnls of Virginia,
North Carolina aud Tennessee, that they are
manufaetnrini the best-iuality of STON E WaRK,
wh!'*h they will s*>!l at the very lowest prices, tei/i
a liberal discount for tush.
B_. All waie so d by us will i-c delivered in auy
pirt ot the city lree of charge.
THUS. W. KKKSKE,
_DA VID PAHK.
AKMiI. i CU. ~G, " i
Rh iimomi, Sept i3th, IMB. S
A >-. in blc ;tt your Armory on t-KIDAY
RVt.Nif.ii. the 14th instant at 8 o'clock, for
Drill. li ere will lm an election of Second
Lieuteusnt at this meeting. Every member should
Jj Le present,
fir order of Capt. Gonno*i
se IS 2t* S. J. TICKER. Ist B*t*B*X.__
f-RAV-S, ATTENTION— Attend a regular
drill of the t'oiiipauv ,at Military Hail, on !■' tl i -
OAV bVt-NII-U llth mst., at 8>» o'clock, in
Jansets and Filigue Caps Attend, also, on
next _101-D _V XV KNlNti.a .uarterlv meet
ing <>t the C( nipany. Kvery in em ncr is rt quested
to ba present at _*i o'clock, punctually.
Ry order of Capt. Kiiioi i
eei3 4t E. W. ttRANCH, Ist Herg't.
1 COMPANY ' X," Ist REG. VA. V"LS.,'
Richiiiond.Sep'.l. 1380 .
Attend a reeular dull, this I'IHUnaDAY)
evening, at Military hab, at So'cleck.
It. order ol the Captain.
sel_ -It F. W. HAtir.MKYKR, lstSerg't._
A I AKD. -A recent advertisement for the sale
ot .-i.une SiMl'iOL DKSRS having created an
erronet.ii! impression among some of tin Iricnde
ol the Seminai), it is due to myself to state that,
li-vviiis obtained new and improved School luim
tie. lt was my purpose simply to dispose of the
'I he exercises of the School wiii tie resum;u, as
advertised, on the Ist of October next.
A. M. DUPLY.
■c l_-3c -"rinoinal Riohm'd Female _-intn'y._
\Ii_.MTT. __N_MfM*l 1.HU01..
til Lead colored ''tttage. ti' nil street, third
door below the Al'nciu Churou -The NINTH
i*i*.__ luN of itus *t in ~. will eomiuenoeon M"N
DAY, the lstot Ooi.u.r. se i_- lttn3w»
A T.flora V SEED
IM \>_!h_U. a prime aniole. for sale br
-ej.-_t" l 1 i,K_ \ M.... ...1 i try st
NKW ORl.f_AM»'..l«iLi_alir.a.-_u lntireU
prime <iuii.ii.) f**w Diteaus .VoUise! tusto.e,
lor sale he DCNLOP, MONCI.'RK k CO.
• c l»-lw ■
0F __CIAJ_ _VOTIC_Mft.
*_. Cents' famishing Ooeds.
I-A_-.li I- HO.
10. MAIN BTRE XT,
Traveling Hurts. *f*r*i**i«let*a, r *,T,*'"'
M-iuile **ha_is. I.h.ves. Muffle.s.
Blankets, mocks. Su-p. r.dsrs.
Dress ng Rol.cs. N-o<l'iee gtffct Shirte.
C„\,nrt Handkerchiefs, N._liU._p-.
I he stock is large, well a.eorted. ai.d wi I be_..ld
rizlit Particular attention is ra led to our MX-
R.NO I'NDER W-A-Hfor -teaks' ae*.eonautiaa
of SHIRTS. DRAWERS art! M »CK**~t_e assort
ii.Knt roinpnses every approved it> i« and qua'itr,
regular mike and lull lines ol S.sss-Shirts irom
Si to II tirrs.i; Diawers trom 2* to 11 waist —
Socks, all s.ites. Callal 10 Mam street:.
■c 1.1- ts W. S. TI'PMAN, Agent.
tra Where do You buy Shirts !
THAI IS THE'.I.KSTION.
Do you want something that Will fir well, wear
well and make a g«nte-)l appearance .-
Then t.-.ke some advice and bay at 10. Main St..
where a food stock can I.c seen, wun ail the above
points guaranteed and warranted.
sHOI.'I.DEK MAM i-HIRT .'.
SHO'I.DER . LAV SHIRTS!!
SHOULDER SEA M _H i RTS'!!
Remember, \O'J Main m_,t, i« the place.
se!3-ts W.S riFMAN,Agent.
a v -I'". .-•".. Insurance I onipany, of
SCIiTT'.VIU.K. VA-A Vir Kl _iiall...iieC..ropa
ny.with a capital oi **i.Mj.iuj pa.d up and amply
serured. fue uidor-nitrißd, hs Aitent of the J EF
PEKSON INSURANCE COMPANY, which it
iiuvs him ple'isure cordially to commend to the
patronage of hia fneuds and the public generally,
is i re eared to 'tsue
FIXE POLICIKM ..n Buildings, Stock o*" Goods.
Ftirmtute, .Machir.erv and rers,.r.al Property
irerier.t! I *. .hi Uvt.rable terms. Also.
MARINE POLICIES oa Vessels, Fr«i*rhts and
LIFE POUCIEKnn Slaves from one month to
fr.e >ears All on favorable term.-)
R'lyirg.ac I do, upon mv Agennv business for
su Kteas, T am piepared to latMir diltgently lor it;
inn while 1 return my must grateful thnnks fur the
liberal patronage licretelore Destoweq upnti nic,
pr.uuise increased i'rt.,rrH to serve ivthlully ail
these who mat ooafide their business to nte here
atter, Please ctiuftt with inc.
'PROS. M. ALFRIKNP,
General insurai.ce Agent.
se 12—4t lltn st, Richmond, Va.
gt_. Home Kire Insurance.--The under
signed, as Agent ni tnat well established, safe
Company, the ALBKM ARLK I N S L' it A N O X
COM PAN >. of Otiarlottesville, i« prepared to
issue -IK- - POLICIES on BUILDIN..S. Furni
ture, .Stocks of Goods, and Personal Properly .en
em),.. Ttiere are good resson* why this and other
similar VIRGINIA HuM X COM PANI - *. should
lie liberally patronized. 1 have views of this mat
ter which will be coinuiumcated to m> patrons as
opportunity may serve
All reasonable efforts will be cheerfully made by
the under .gned, as Agent ot the ALBEMARLE
COMPANY , to give sati»laction as le rates and
prompt settlements . f losses, Call and see inc.—
Nothing will te lost by it.
THOS. M. AI-FRIFN'D.
General Insurance Agent,
se 12-4t llth «t . Richtrond, Va.
_n_ ttum Plrna.—New flood ..--The ana
derau net! h?g leave to intorm the citizens cf Rich
iiinntl and vicir-ity that tiiey have just opened store
No 26 Main st'f et. with a . handsome and oheap a
st.ck ol DRY GOo DS, UO< __ and SHO ES, as waa
ever brought to this maiket.
Having purcliHsed our entire stock for cash, we
are at.'c. and wi'l sell at extremely low prices lur
cash. »K. *__ U.ODS and P''MB**TlC 0000
--'■olall kinds and at al, prices. BOOTS and SHU EA.
.11 Sizes and prices. Don't forget tlie place, 26
*_. iiiiiii..!.- Hnvann C igar a. Ju-t re
ceived triiiu Havana, via Charles'.>n. 8. C .anoth
er supply of Genuine Havana CIGAR.*!, <van.-u_
brands.)"**-Inch we can cnnfi lenilv recommend aa
a superior artic'e, and wlii.in cann.it lie excelled
any where. For sale, wholesale and ret ul
Mt KEEVER * BRICKKN.
Wine, l.iqu.r and Cigar Store, No. 1 Exchange
Hotel H'.ilding. Pearl ttreet.
»X_ VV ANTED-6.0 dozen empty BOTTLKS.
m 12-31 McK. A B.
tt__ iierinan Anzeiger p!e*ise copy.
K__Full I uinpaign.
CANDI HATES AU. IN Tfl E FIELD.
Our artists in Oil colois. Water colors. Crayon
and India Ink, have all returned, and we are now
prepared to execute likenesaea ol every style at
the ah rtest notion and in the huhest stile of the
art, at Hie Photograph and Fine Art trailers of G.
W MIN MS, 217 Main atreet, Richmond, Va.
■__Silka, Silks, Bilfca.
G R EA T R E DUCT IO N !
We liave this day marked down our stuck of
FALL, md WiMER SIIKS 6U per cent., and
wili seil mem without leg-'.rd to coat. Please c:tll
and exaiiiine. S-.M'I. M PRICE k CO.
nv. lin port tint to nil who keep Horses,
CO aS,BhE E. O R BWIN E
i HOnI.EV S FOOD EOR CATTLE.
Possessing, as it does, the bitter and mcd
lonal piopertien cmtained in sprint grtss or
oth»r unripe herbage, is etseniial to her
mit r.us animals, as it operates in stnnula
in_ t".e stomacii and digestive orga_s to healtiiy
action. This compound or condiment lor
ieedin. Battle or seasonii.s their food, is composed
purely ol vegetable matter, some of which is
ingl.ly aromatic, and fur keeping hoi-ten in COM
coi.dition it is uneijualied. rigs fatten with tur
pi sin-) ripiditv upon it. nnd tneir flesh increases
in ll t*. or and vaiue. Those who keep cows wil.
Finn great silvan* .ge in the increased >iuantitv ai.d
Hie improved quality ol the vi ilk during its u.e.-
All animals are uenented oy it. For mie only at
BLAIK k HARVIE'S
Granary and Feed More,
se 11-st. i2p) Comer of Gary and llth sts.
Autumn Snles. ~£■
A BUP E-.B A .** SORTM E N T.
W A T I < 1 N H ft !•' IC X 1.1 -'. X.
WRnLKSALB AND RKTa IL DKAI.K3S iN
FOREIGN AM) DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
BB Main Stbbbt, Richmonu.
Appreciating the 'ibera! patronage of our friends,
we would lniotm all wholesale, and r,tml tiuyers
that we tire receiving and opeaiag o-.r Stock for
At'Tl'.M.N AM> WIKTKII .ALUS,
which, in extent, nclinese,aad variety, enrpaaeee
tt a of an> previoua s.'i-s.in. Having been pur
chased with v ore tlrin ordinal) care—chicfl. of
first hands—uo venture to assure tlie closest buy
erg that tiie prices will compare f-tvorablv with
tilose of any ol her bouse in tins country. The fol
lowing are some ol the leading nt. les :
LAI)IKS' DRKB- GOODS.
Splendid Velvet-Embroidered Biack and Colored
Brocade and B'riped SILKS.
Heavy Colored Corded, Rep., and Taffeta do.
Kle.ant tuey Grounds, witn on.nt ti.iKes.
The iieiviest and richest HLACK SILKS, for full
dress and mourning.
ileautili.l Plain and Biocatle Grey and Black I'OP
VALKNTIASand VELONA.*.very new and beau
In all kinds of LADIES' DftESS GOODS-frem
the cheapest, to the most ex'ensive fabric"- the
neatest style** and best value tor tbe price will I>e
°ln KM Bill)I DERIKS and ELEGANT LACK
GOOhS. our stuck wi.l lie found very large and
complete, emtirai-ini. some ol tho finest goods tin
p ited into the country.
In UENTLKME-TB W E A R-Cioths. fassi
meres, aud Vesting* : Silk and Wot.l'en Under
wear; Hosiery, '-loves. Collars, Cravats, and
Shawl... HdKts, ko. Everything for a complete
outfit will be l. und.
HOl'-KKKKi'ING GOODS.-Rest Linen and
Cotton __eetia«e and fi i..w C.tasnee. Haaoaake,
Towels Hu ik-tbtcKs, N.-tpkuts— at ver* low pn*ea.
CARTE r AN U CD RTAIN D BPARTM K.N I".
HtvinK tittetl up one ol our lame rooms espe
cially for tiitsdepartment, our tacilitiaa to supply
the wants ol ttie trade are greatU increased.
in all grades of Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels, and
Ingram ''ARI'KTS, and I'iaiu mul Figured
BUCKING and FIOOR CLOTH*., Velvet and
Tapestry RUGc- and M aTS.our stock is very hue.
Also, Urncatelle. Woisted Damask, Muslin and
In FINE AND MEDIUM FLANNELS. IRISH
LI--KN!.. WHITE C .MBRICS. CHKi'K MIS
I.i.NS. 15 R I 1. 1. I A N T K.s. KLEACHKD I-ONG
CLOTHS, and all superior STA TLK HOODS, oar
suppy is vert large and prices ver? iow.
PLANTATION GOOD!.-Of "envy Virginia
Ful-ed Cloths, all widths; Extra Heavy Linsets.
Satinets, Blankets, Uznaburee. Brown Shirting,
.Ye., a very large stock, and i tiered at prices wh eh
wui secure ttie pattonage of all. Some of these
(Oude are supeiiir quality, and difficult to find.
CLOAKS. MANTLES AND MIAWLS.
This department we have itr-atly enlarged, and
est-tb.ished in our own warehouse,
A CLOAK AM) MAJ.l_._l MAMKACTOBY,
under the supervision of Mr. Stkiukk, whose
taxte Hint skill as the head of one ot the largest
establisbmeulsiti the country, furuislies a „v »r.iu ■
tee of tlie stt le of garments we shall oder.
Splendid Velvet. Cloth, ai tl Silk CLOAKS.
Mantillas, and Di'SfERS. win be f JU nd at
ail tunes, at prices hitherto unequalled in hieh
inon I. Our*:..oUs are manuf-ttstured of tne finest
and most modern materials, al.er tne latest Amer
ican and Paris patterns. Any special style of
garment not found in .ur stock, will lie ma c ti
order ala lew hours'notice, io responsible buy
era. our tanns will be liberal. We ask an oppor
tunity to give tlie pdvatitarec promised nt-ove.
n%_TO MKKCHA . FH.—Many ol ..ur goods
are adapted to the wants of who e»a,,- buyers, and
cannot ne found in exclusive jobbing-houses One
of our hrm, for many years engaged in the whole
sale undo, will t,e pleased to serve all Merchants
who favor us with an examination. Any good! we
sell them, are guarantied to tie ks low as the same
quality can be bought in this oity.
selO-lm WAIKINs k FICKLh.V
B__ \ir_iuia Mri haiiii!' fair, l-i.O.
1 wilt Kive ihe lollowin- Freiinums lor work
done on tiie WHEELER k W I LSON
sold by me or my agents in Virginia snd North
Carolina; the work to be dune -n trely ~,i the ma
chine, by tne. exhibitor, without assistance. No
opeiator who has ever lieen iv my employ will
compete. i_.«* work must be seal to me by the3th
••1 Uotot-er aud will be retained until the close of
the Kxlub tn ii. Committee <>f awards appointed
'. the nianvgers ol the Institute. The exhibitor's
ti 'iiKi will be attached to the work on exhibition
ajter the are made.
Only one Premium will be given any oue piece ol
The work can be left at my Richmond, Norfolk
or Petershurj offices, and will te retv-ned alter
ibo I" <•''■ E. H CRAIGE.
For the large*! snd best aasurtineet .f-w.rk.
a Sewing Machine, worth $__. 00
P'or the beat pieoeol Heui'iut g. a Hem Turn
er, i c/ any pa tv rn.t worth . 00
Fur ihe Ij-kbi pie_e of Binding, a Hinder, to
put on all widths of Rinding boo
For tue iron pi.oe of Cording, a Cotder 5 il)
F<*r the b.!t an-ceof Tucking, a Tuok Mea
suier and I Vitrger I iv
P.r the best Winter Run for farm .ends,
.■ash I- 00
For the test Geutleiu-ii's Shirt. on. h » '0
For the beat Wmter Suit >-f boys' clothing StW
r oi the best piece of work done by a colored
For the hrst piene of work done Im a child
iiuJe r i_ . eara of u«e .. S no ■
- or the best large t. ui!t 10 IW .
I- oi tiie Sd best " -W .
ac _ diuwiiowifAdi-_.li '
Bg'., . hunW'*n» t ~'* mm * m r m * mm
WA -.TED. - A llrat-cUss practical Farmer snd
tjardrner, of 10 years' exaenence as over
•eer, Ac., wisos- for an ensaaeaaent. He bas been
employ, d on sime of tbe proporties in ihe
I coed States, act! holoe oertiftoa'es from the par
ties who emcfoyet! him. of the most satisfactory ;
cbsr-u-ter. Has no family but his wife Ad'rasa ;
"AtiRICI t/rtJRIST." with full pariiculara of
farm, salart. Ac , i ifice ol the Dispatch,
se 13- dliiwlt'
\kj ABTP.fi 15 JARD-Keepers ./ Hi.-..rmi
v™ hotisos who are prepnred te accrtrimodate
MEDICAL Si Li-KNTS durini the connus ees
sn.n, will pease send their names before the Ist
of October, to Ma. P \lt H l_t!. tt.e Janitor. »i the
Col.eie.or Da. JOVNEa, the Dean, Franklin et...
I'i'irr 7th. Se 1.-31
U r ANTKII i wi-h to hire for the balance ol
the year, a si.id Ct.oK WASHER and
I RON ER, either whim or oolored. One without
sel3-St _____ W.tb TAYLOR
OltL toWAMi and IRON and
VV help >n the house—one that can ooirie well re
oomir.er.led. Inquire at Mas HRiOO**'.
se I'l It* Corner 3d and U;oad streets.
\jTr_%"*-T» D-Ten GOOD hANDS to work on
V> Clo'h and Velret Ci..*ks
ssl3-..t WATKiNS A PICKLBfI
WAMtD- Three"or four '.IRLS, to SEW.
Appl' at 1-,- Main st., 2d stnr..
sel2-2t* JOHN WILCOX A CO.
WASTtD-.o WXI leet _ED>'-FAD" TIMI.ER
-Oak. Maple ami Fine-to b. d.livered at the
Sou 1 hern Bedstead Factory, hilf a miie from the
city. >.n the -Ves'ham Plank Road Also, two
WOOD TERN ERS. Apply -t the Faotorr.l
sell-lw*_ Thomas BUTER.
ll'A'l,rfc : li-*_ «no« GUN MAKER. Good
If wn.es and steady employment will besivon
to a competent workman. Aiso, an APPREN
TICE, pot over IS years oi a„e, to learn tne Oun-
MaKins business. He must be a quick, industrious
U.y. T W. TIONOR,
soll-lw Mam st.. l.low the Market.
\\T A M _ ■___>-___. first rate oolored HOL'sT:
W SERVANT, WASHER and IRONERtone
that can come well recommended as to honesty
and capability. JACOn A LEVY,
no ll- ts 15 Main street.
UJ A .*. TB »-A SITUAIION.-A youru* m m
desires a situation as MILLER, in t.e city
or country. Can give satisfactory references as
to rh-tracte- and ability. Adlress, "MILLER,"
Dispatoh se lU—«t*
W.i .*-_-__. —W e wish to rn*rchase low j-ri-des
of WHEAT, both red an-' white.
HHIDGFOKD k CO.,
se 7—ta Cor. 20th snd Cat > . ts., en the Dock.
WAITED -A Rood FEMALE COOK, to c-.ok
ior a lame f-iiuly. A white one, without in
cuinbrance, preferred. Appl) one door ata.ve tb
corner ot 7th and Main streets. se 7--til*
\\JA m TPD- SITUATION -A muni? i*ent!«
rv man. a Virginian by birth, a _rai!u«te <f tne
Richmond College, and who lia. alao -raduated in
several sohonlsot tlie l."niver..ity of Virginia, am.!
wno has hud «u.e year's success!ul in
teschini, desires a situation as TEACHER lor tbe
enduing session References furnisherl on appli
cation. Address "Box 111," Richmond, Va
XAImMs l-ZU—Everv perron t i know that KING
VV _, HON'.s PREMII'vI sl 'L'RIMi ES 1A B
LISH.M ENT is on 10th street, tietween Main and
'ary.and there it is th _t Gentb-rien's Coats, Pants,
*o i are CL.KAI.IfiD and like now !-
Also, Ladies' _ losks, hh -wis. and Dresses; Piano
Covers,'lable Covers, Rues. I'ankets. Ac, Ac.
l.ace Curtains. Laces. Collars aad Sleeves, are
done up beautifully, and biack Lace !* _uares and
Vets stiffened for ladies
Old st-eh of Dry Goods merchant* r»./i-i>-"i
at New York prices. se 4 -lm
lA'-VN ifc-li—A young (tentleman desires a sit-
VI nation, either as an HMTI V CLERK. At*
SISTAf-T BOOK-KEEPER,or to takt chtrse of
a set I.l'books in a moderate busui-ss. lie nas an
extenaiva eoantr* scqaaißtanee throng boat the
State, and can intlu.'nce a good trade to a com
mission house. Can give satisl ictory citr and
country r-Terences ns to Hnd ability.—
Salary desired moderate. A.ddress " E. M~" Dis
patch office. an 38-las*
IXTAN Ifcb-A ORRMAN BOV,aaed about fit
»v teen, who resides with Ins parents, to at'end
inastore. Must bring good relerencea. Address
Bob-37, P.O. se,3-u
11/ A!. T X D-Everyiio.lv to call at my store
v v and purchase one of those beautiful .itt te
V F.DALSor it HA RMS. . tvinc a correct liken ._
of BELL and EVERa.TT. Price fit) cents. Sent
by mill to any addiess ou receipt ol 63 cents.
Clubs suupbed at reduced rates.
A. B. GRAHAM. Shockoe Slip,
Next door to the Columbian Hotel,
se l-3m Richmond, Va.
l\, ANTED-A TEACH ER -We wish to em
v» ploy a competent TEACHER for the Wil
liamsbori F'emaie Ac.tdemv, or to lease ths i.uild
ings te some one wun wui establish v Itrst-elesJ
FEMALE SCHOOL. Wtlliatnsl urg now oUers a
fair field for the succsss ol a good Pemaie School.
The buildings ate new and ample.
P. 9 THOMPSON,
W S. PEACHY.
WillianTr-bnrg, Va.. Aue.3.th, 16. .. au 30-lm
WANT-CO A PARTNER, with a cash eapitnl
ot -4 OilOor S. OW toengage ia a mecbanica
'usiness. already established lo a steady, in
dustnous man, ol goad Lusniess capacity, who
wt.aid devote hia whole attention to tne business
nionev can '.c made. For information, address
•MECHANIC" Box No. 11, Richmond Post-Of
fice, stating where an interview c--.n be had.
au 2 -ts
IA.'A.VI't D -To solicit a call Irom all persnnt
V» in want of TRUCKS, at the RICH.-lONO
IRI'N X FACTORY, where I ..rr- exteneivel]
manufiictu'inr ,very style, from the common ill
to tne most supetmr IRON FKA M E. ALL
LEATHER i'RI'NKS. LADES' FRENCH
TRUNK*', Ac. All soiu at manutacturer's pnce3
at No. 54 .Main nt., in Saddle and Harness Store
with Wm Salmon.
ML TRUNKS REPAIRED.
jVI2-3m JAMES KNOTTB-
SERVANTS FOR HIRE & SALE
f'llß HIKt- For the balaaoeef the year, three
■ H'»l SR til 1-I.*-. Also, a pla.n COOK.
WASHER and IKONKR. For tern.s. *c. apply
to ROBT tl I.VNK,
Agent for Ruin.: "ut Negroee, Ac,
se IS—2t Meir-poliKa Vt»il.
(,'Oli lllti fc—A )oiili_ iM.uitii MU-IA-l viiin
tr achi.d She can do plain COOK INti. WASH
I*-ti.*c. Apply to E. A. J.CLOPTON.
Corner Wall nnd Franklin stteets, opposite Pick
ins. n, Hill k Co. se 13—It
SALE—Tor*main m or rear Richmond,
a MAN and his WIFE, each fort, five tn Efty
years of age He has worked on i tarin and in a
-arilen. and accustomed to mil: im:n horses. **tie
nas lieen brougkt up to cook! ... wn-i.ing and m n
no., sewing . and general hou.*-e work to he a
g0...1 eeiuaetreea. Apply at CAKV ST. JAIL,
HIRE--For the ralaafrt oi the year,a NF, -
I GRO WOMAN, with two »..utig children. Sh
is a COOK, WASili-.K and 11-ONER
au23-U X .'AI'I'HORN.
I8(50 FALL TRADE. [ggQ
BOOKS, PAPER, BTATIONEKY
A. MORKIS. Hiclimon.l.
WHOLESALE DKALKRIN BOOKS, PAPER,
is now in receipt of ms
FALL SIP PLIES,
embracing his usual fern md ieiiiral assort
BLANK RouKs, WRlll>'; and WHAPPINU
which he to the C.*v \th> Tnann.nl tr.'. oil
sale, upon t-rms us lair and aa U_**"rat a* eiin lie
ontaif ed hi BB) market. A AiOKRla.
se U-d.'ltowta H ,-».' yr
GK aT J - V?Tlt-.i'«--Ca.'.. tiui 17.
THE KK.HI'H <_o.__TaN D.VlliN I. li) Chas
WH.DSI'OKTS IN INDIA. 73c,
CllM FttK INVALIDS. TSc.
RAWLINSON'S Hr.KOliOl". •*. V 01.4, ia-250.
POWKK OF RELIGION, llt.i.i.sli-ep _.*•
Forsaleby A.MOKrt.-* 17 Main street
F»:*iDKK_- I 'INK BKTf <>F
I TOM.S, SHOVELS AND have
for raij a large and eie-tautassortmetit irTBH kn.ds
<>f Ei.aiueileii (-RaTEb.wuli FENDERS: SUM
MER i'l EC KM of ever* st- le: h indeoate and pla.s
sett- of SHOVELS. foNli,, POKERS, COAI
BCUTTLEa, OINDFH HHOVhtS, BI.OWr.R
ST AN handsome stands for ela and I'oogi,
il-as! and Iron 1 ,>ota.en, Riie-Rnek and
Jams. AU kinds ot Church anu 1.-tern.lieiis. Hmse
buck Moulda, si. Kinds ol lirV <, r.-rders, Ac .
made to oider at tue lowest Noit., -m prices.
S D DUNOON,
No. 226 Main street, between Sin and Dili,
sel.-_ui West side.
WHI«K_;Y, W'HISKKV.-lt.ilhli Cincin
nati Rectified w HI.KEW a prune arm ie
100 imis old Kye White W HISKKV; lor aale on
consignment, and wil: tie sold low.
_»c !3-3t* W U. RaTOLI IFF. Car? st
|-j Q FALLL THA UK. 1 .(f
SHAFER. HAISEY * CO , Manulactuiers ol'.
and V, holesale ar.d retail Dealer! iv, OLoThlNli
aud FINE Ft RNISHINO OOODS, 110 MainatT.
Ric*imond, Va .are now opening for the Fal. «ud
Winter Trade, a lar.. aid ite*t-ah'« sUn-k .<t
C L OT H 1 N 8 and FU__f-l**HlN<_ liCOl.-*. In
**_icti we invite tne puol o atiemt.>».
SHAFER, HALSKV A CO..
sC*-J>7l -MIII—OHKAT SALE;OK FALL
OOW,UUU win I'ER DHV uuOD.** AT cost
I*OR C ASH- We have unpacked ail our Wictfi
tjt.tKli. t'.ipets. aud Ulaukets. Vfe wili sell il.ein
at ar.d under cost, with a viae to close up the Ory
(i.M.ds busit.e a Silks. Poplins and Embroider ie*
at halt price; Cloaks, past sttles co sou may look
out for great outtiiig and siasmug in the Dry 00.-ds
line. Campaign opens t'us morning with n oat.v
lugue ol the lowest prices ever hsarJ ol Ladies,
p.ease call early. CHA'- A. OWATKIN.
S'.h antl Vain streets.
|lflM"i_.Tloi'OH» ANO l It-AKS Fiemh
>? Apple and Peach Uisndics; u'd Kye Whi«
_e>, Shsriy. Port aud Madeira Wines; very tine
Cisai*, of very choice brauds, for sale by
H, I*I.EA**ANTS. Agent.
No 2 Mam street, corner 17.h,
T-IGARS,TiHU-W I N« IMISMOkIMI TO
- HACCO- Lecomte. Indis-jensai le. Hairy of
the West and other favonte brauds Chewing To
bacco Rest Ltu-hhurgSuit-kin* tob«roo. Also,
a choice Ut'i H-v»na Ci.ars V»r sale bi
W PETERSON k LO., 1-jMin.t.
/* t MOU OfcH TKAfc-Of .upenor aualiti.
*_s ini-a-ee and iialf .hesis nnpor't-d per sti p-
Hlack Prince, Swoid Fish, Fairj. J. Baiea, and
Sancho Psuaa. Fot a_le by
_____ I. * G. B. DAVENIORr.
B_: !.l HE Tv Hfc.MK.%lll._t. t.i.to.Mon
. .-.'l?-' '" *• lu *" l|! * f atxt. tbe 17.h a. v -nth bast.
i_Vi » store vttti be cltwou, but will re - pen on
ilie foil.wiu. Wednesday the H'h in-t. Persons
h .Vina I > li'iodi t« pji.-ha-e. wui d I well to go I
tb**s week, m \-au t,il u *it WidnesUay
: /•HiN-.-iic MosqiivoTt. ansi-Rofsai
tai W. -ETKI-ON kCO _ I
' Di u_ and Cl-.uii._i.toie, IM Main el, *
f arok stock ur "
Now open at " ■ &
_ , . I MJLLHIHKR A BRO S.
we take ple«»ure to inform our fritnd__.,i
trons and the jublio seneraily, t-ii? *!_•*
opened a very ••-tensive aasortnienr ,,■
«.uO..S.adapt.d to the prea«. and*'.' \,£™
sssson. and are prepared to eeo ttiernonit. "I
favuraMe terms and at very low pno,. B__\ ""m
liavir.r purchases to make in ii'"'.**
G,„ids line w.il ,|. well«,. ~v. ».,V.t__Ua •_.' >,y
nation, if oH- to find out st what »•"". ._?.""•
G. ..is at. -Ac _a»u..i, in ou *__»crt eein.i,. _■"*
mer.t. even the leadm* itvles #»f OiHvdl«,_, f r "*
iv store, but assure a'l that our »t.,, 0 .rf „ *'•
crammed andj_iniiied full ol'ioi.dt%r«»in« _.*_,*'•
d.,1,' wui l-c so with customers, ,f ihey Lb.'.»._ ""
own interest ' ,n "~lkSir
Wo sell tt.e U-sl .1 BLACK SILK io it,.- ,
We sell tbe b_st all-wool p 1.A.-.NKL _i _'„',
.W_ have the lar s est and ch.a»_st «t7 -
FRENCH EM UROIT). RIK. ,„ t ,V, ~, *** •»
CARi'ETIN.> j and RI ..8 m ,„ a » ...
cl.cap. J vllLLHii- R* aJJ.*- 1
se B-tßawTb k 1.. wi f m ti„\i\SSeut
18-0. WonßnntWEhEAunu. jgg
BAWL M. PRICR * l;u JV V.
Ut Main Stkskt. Rtrhmon.l, )tit, n . a
We ...e no* receiving rur supplies of r a '■ i
WINTER Goo__. ere-racine eveiv •_*£&_-•
hid n this and the New Yoik marktt whior. »*
be continual!* increased .luring thessasnn "'■'
Onr stock of Nb GKO CLOTHING • m , w .
pl-te.einbriicing 4F! 1 I. i-| nr'n-
LINSEi.**. SATINETS. BL AN KKr.->,\r,V uL. 1 '
DOM BST.CS ot al! widths. T '' "">•
--sel2-s BAM'LM PRICK Aco
1860. »»*•••*->•. IH6o
Lar ;e and attractive atock of '
.'ALL AND A'INTER (iO(.ri_
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL UWj **3.
No. 37 Ma - Sts-...
Just received, per steamers, tue lai-____j
richest stock of FALL AND W;NTKR *H-o__
ever oflersa to thenuhhc in DRESS QOOD. o, 8
l-age iroui 10 cents and higher; beeaufel it".
Dela.ne*. small aud large bgureni at la ,2. a *
Ac • M-rinos. all colors, from toB7 __•__'
worth double the noney . "*•
Alpacas, f roui 15 cents per rani, to nnsit »tv
tonishing low prices; *«.id.-s L«di«.' Liaea RdkuT
.cts. Ac ; 600 Cadie-' and Mis<e»' Preach N-ed.§'
v oiled Conare, from auction, at 12*,, ji, J7s' e! Y
Ac . selling el*ewlierc tor twice thru ni. ne.. ''
Black Silk, *£ yard wide.a'GS "7 cts. and fin-
Colored Silks at half their *a.u<», Apr v q >_~„.'
hams, Dress Ginghams, Bed Ticking, .'*is_in'i-irt
una Batinete; Kentucky Jeans, for Men'» M(J
iio.s' woir. a* prices to suit everyN>.l)
Lmsevs. Sheep's (irey end Tweed*, jor !*«. via'j
all-wool Wm te,Red aod Yellow Kianr* 1, at .6 cti'
cheap at 37 -,; Stella Shawls atd Ci>>sks. Ac
Tin*, greatest oargains in 1-a.iies' Worked Skirti
bout lit at auction at a «ar*rifice. worth S< k,'bi'_<*#'
I sell them at .128 and SI 75; Knitting Yarns..
ui(»t every color, at ,*1 per I!-.
Carpets and Hearth Rugs, the c heapest in R .1,
mond: Brown and Hleactieu Shirting, tJbesusi
Toweung, Table C'oths; Extensions, Hi*,...'
O!oves _*ed and Servants' Blankets, fr„iu th.
Unreal prices upwards.
Prints, la*t colors, from 6.8 and 10 cts ,4.
Centime, Check and S_-igs Muslin, aud a.:*.:
many more Uotxis too numerous to mention.
a.l 1 a_.lt ii« a ca.l from all ladies and sent'smsa
from the city and country, and be careful ..f mm
to the ntht plaoe. No.SI Main st
86 II 2w Jb.Kl'ti WTRAI-yi.-
E> i in. Ha *»»»•• ■■» *■.
FALL DRY GOODS, PUR I-*).
In presenting our caid t<> the publn- leaera li
we desire to return thinks (or the otierai pal *-'
«_e received lor the past iwei ty yearn, and tn.pe
for a oon'inean •» of the same Havm* mad*
NEW AND fcXTENSfVE ARRANGE &E.Vf|
ii our St->re lor ti.e comfort of our eael .inert, vn
siall lie a'" ) enati'etl to keip a mucn lar,er sad
better stock, anu oder mperior inducemen ■to _;l
those who w.int to buy CHEAP DKY _00i)...-
Our sttick oon-ista ir part of—
DX ESS GOOD.*-, the most fashion«.ble styles.
F.MUROiDEHIESm great variety
MrN'Ssnd HOYS' WEAR, a full assortment
DOMESTIC i-OODH, the t«*st manufactured.
SERVANTS' GOODS ot all description!.
BLANKETB aid FLANNELS in lane qtmnti
CLOAKS and SHAWLS the latest stiles.
Par'tcular attention we call tooursto<;kof CAR-
P_.l_bbH HI OS
COUNTRY M»* RCHANS w,ll find it to their,„
tereet to examine ..ur WHOLESALE DEPART
MENT, before making tii. ir purcsaseg
J. A M. ROSr-NBAl'*..
se 10-lw __ ________ m Broad sir. .t.
PR 11 \t_ S red tl W D
TO CLOSE Ol'T Ot*K HTOCK OF
ON 161H OCTOBKR.
We hare marked down n -irly n-'ry article bt
low iriemal cost. We hate on hand —
L**r_e stock ot RICH DREss SILKS, marks
down tos© and 75 cents in the dol'ar.
Elegant **U.K KOBE**, cost -.li). ior fib
Rmh OELAINK RUB'e.. at ,_7-0 oosl4l2andll
Hich pr.n'ed PARIS I>E LAINI-S.
VALEN HAS. POPLINS Mid SILK FOULARD
Lame stocK col -red and b.sck W.,0l SHAWLS.
Ha k ALI'aCCAS sud BOM BAZINEm
HbickChall c «nd ail wool DE LaINKh.
French M ER! Nuts, all colors.
Hunan's rind Alexander's Kill GLOVES at »*.___
Ladies' and Misses' HOSIER"/.
Laoe, Muslin and C-ti.bricS.TS ami COLLAR-,
at hull price ior cash. PERKINS \ CO.,
seo-i_t I* l Katie-taare.
RI C H A R 1) SO N' k CO.
db_- axc-oei mi )■*,
And keep for sale iv t ..»• tt.es to suit purchaser!,
WAKE ROOMS. ." "-. MAIM STREET,
RICH MON D. VA.,
ALL Kt.NDS Or
MATT IN..**. '
FhoOR "IL CLOTHS.
CURTAIN G OODS,
WIN DOW SHADES.
TABLE OIL CLOTH!*.
r.ANO AND TABLE COVERS. Ac, He.
The* will h-ivc m.-.de to order,
CARPET*.. OIL CLOTHS.
WtNP« t W Cl'R TAI !.& and SHA DE&
We have tpced a splendid lot of UARPETi."*'.
of ,'i own imp..nation, and ire now prepared :,•
exhibit ttie l-ite-jtstj les in every trade.
i ir assortment of CURT aIN oooDS. nitk
_. r i..11:.;._.e Ac . is unsurpassed, and i ur slt-c. «
- f WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR OIL
oa>..« aie invited to examine onr •r,oodt,w_i_
will be sold on acco.nnind'ttnu terms
RICHARDM'N * CO.,
se 7-2 m * 9b Main str#«t
D~ RI .-OOOS-EALL, IltiJ-KKNT. PAIRI
A CO., Imp'rtris. Jol.t_.rs end M.toufso
'urriH. -vi. 16!snd 160 Msin street. Ri"hir..uut.'e
•.-h* tfnll. i**i.ounce t.> the merchants ol Virgin.*
mil adioiaiac Mates that ttier have .net..re a
ina.uificen*. nnd weli asso.ted sto.-k af POl X.';>
and DOMKBTIG DRY GOOD*, adtptfd t.., _-.J
•yecislly nctteu up/nr. the Southern tratfe.
Their stock of imported Oeetfe was purclisinl
for AiASH. by one of trie pinners in persnri, ,n lba
eadiihil* urope tn markets, (funns tne r*»' »""
.ncr, weye sh.pped direct to this pert, and eom
pr;sp» *tn cc.ant stud complete tusortiiietit in s.i
t he\ nre n k.i prepared with a laree and rorr
. iete stocs ..1 AMERICAN EABFlr**. bc-iK-a
'tie best terata, emtuac uk every vartetr. in- ol
the test _iy!es. In the CLUTBINU D--PAR!
M ENT tiiey are much better prepared thin _*rs
tofo-j. w.tti it ver> 'htge aad handsome aaeortaieat
't % i araijna wanted iv the trade, and on tbe ■ •',
II omul* terms.
liaviiin every facilitr for cettm. up a »t.*<k no
the best terms, w. corGaently ask ttn ex_trucsti<>t!
•if our _"i tis I » SoutQern Merchants, to cnnrtß.-s
tbem thtt air.ore coinrleto and well aaeoriedeleea.
.uiiaUie to (lirtir srade, oannot he t.iund ia tbe
caiitry. And to <*u.»/t aud prompt /-lytnl tuy">
we -re ileiMinuned to ..tier it at prices that »ia
compare witii those of any mirk-it.
nv. Aiders solicited and prompt.y "nd fsithfu ly
executed. KEN l\ PAI.NE i W
____-*'**>_____. l-F VIBI-IMIA
wj**_<-_-_iSiiLli t't) i N T
TOIIFOI.K AN .• R i..H MoN n OV*--*- TWB
The new I is' and coinun.d.nus steamer Wat■
POI*T.C apt. J. G Rows, wil leave WAlKr*
r>>.- at 6.'..and WKST POINT a*. B*l A V- ■'*
WEDS t-.BBAV, 19.h da» of Sept«mr er,. nil"
cursn.n to the CAPES OF VIRGINU. t'--'
POINT, NOKFOLKan.I RICHMOND, nuclsif
stall the landings on th_ Mattapo' . ».-.- -••••»
Kivers and irrive at NORFOLK at . I' M
RETURNING, will leave N0 X i-u L- _*
TT! I'RSDAY. the s.th of September, at 1 Ax ~j
fouchm. at all the lat'dmss a* .arrest,d. arrooj
at -VE.-T POINT at I_. M . and _I___l_Ul-**"
PAS-tNOKH TRAIN af the
AND YO«K KtVKH RAII.HOAI' eiU gees
KICHMOND on WEDNP-DAI . t-t'i "i -'I*"*,
i*er,ar the u«n .1 hour of 7 A. M., suit srr *" *•
WEST POIN - a' His k.B ; aud returnm-. «
eve Wt.HT POIN 1' »• . 3iA M .and am.- n
ulOHMONl) at 11 30 A M , ~
Passive f..r me ROUND TRIP, either ff- *"
Rirhtuondo- Wa.ker on toNorf-ik. or i.~ -*;''
folk or Walkerton to Kielmi.-ud. 81 **-<*_iid'-'»
BBdet l_ years o.d half price, 'lieeeis !--_ Bt ■
SMI I-' ITS B. N P will I-e m attendance,.
se 11-d.swAwtl.thS R.ll Ll* Ml'l-K. -va t^
/ 1 1.A..-KIUWI_« Tbecelebrs'*.) r'h>C\
V.l G LASS 111 OWKRS respectfully infoim _•
c tissue of Redmond that the. »' _ ,"f' ,n !„:'
A -It SKVI. \T 'iA. I.KaV.oi. "ONH-V'n-ft
llth. _f MASONIC H.aLL. I'mon Hill, to _.*;
WKKK ONLY, -hero they wi 1 m_n-lactuf«»'«
variety of Fa**CY GLASS WonKM.a*• '
t-ke a solid piece of gUs- aud _cis » !»»• "*'
silk. Each visitor wilt be presented witli oeptv
B_. Admission 16 oenU; ohildre" looeajs.
gg Exhibition from 10 A V till li' R M . , „
5eT--_»* w. I, utK'-'w _ l___
w. Sa .a_.. ant . it
-* 1 EXHIBITION , ~,., . X
VA. MUCMaMdK INS lilt ir-
R If ll St 0N D. FA.
Hall open for the recejti"B of _.-niribai._-es *»
the 31 of OCI'OiIEK. Fxiob.tiou .p-n •"» *£
10th Prenniuins in nit-ac, m sua.s r_ai'»* '
*- t„ f 100 -Gold andSiiver j___alsa_.t P»»»TJJ
-ieehamcs, manufacturers, artists »"»•** **____
united to compete lor me prtaes. tot I-"***
iiitoi vial.on, appli to . ____,_,,_».. c_ B
».. l lm JAMES D. If_OW.HU \ ___.
Vttt KlUlMll.il TMl_.Al.l_.
KLNKEL*. MOXLEY. 8-da Lasses A Maaegs"-*
'.he Manatteaieut will iaaae -KAW_1 TH X*
ETt-, s.h_i for three mouths, suNer* to » ■* |, *" w
proviued HUT are purchase.) t-Mt _,'«*£ , J ,i
potiire 'hem, will please appl) •_ini«u'»"_
the llt._ O*oe ot tbe Theatre. •* '
18(50. rALI K * |,,tt iB6O.
F A.MOY a OOP-11
AND AT PRICES TOIJSFY
iiu Fndt» neat we will ie op-u wuh eu#B ' '
FRKSh ST-.-K OK OtK)D.-.-n'*'" ,|, *' , o,i
whifh win «- n.iuce in. meet ske*u_ai t»s
~-.-V.s topur, h.s.tlar'ltei Noilh au»li»a»
Ur .. what *ill be loui.d vex." Mi •*•••*_*■. j„
htv* eaeieiaed a well-tried. juil#u.--i'»**'JJ- w
cnauntt'ng taste ie tier * A RES. *>f' J *,hsftt
eouSda-tiy appeal to our biemis aedJM» '*, , 4
dea.e.. g-.srnlljt. auaiauieeia* ••• » I J_»^'",i,*i
as to -tiTsbi-i aid >**«^V*J_V«w*^S # lr\t.-\'
liivenatrial. TEMPHf: 0? FA NO.
i aau-tsl.t.) .u-Maatieel. ain-e*. ->•