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_Richmond, October 14, 18307 STAPLE ARTICLE!*^ Tobacco, leaf— fine, 1001b. $7 a 10 good, 5 a 6 _ lair, 4a 5 refused, 2 1-4 a 4 manufactured— 1st uual. cavendish, lb. 35 a 40 small twist, no. 1,11 a 13 po. 2, 9 a 11 Flour, city nulls, 5 25 canal, 4 75 JPheat, 90a95 Com, bush. 57J Coal, best for shipping, 16 a 20 inferior, 14 a 15 Cotton, 11 a 114 VARIOUS OTHER ARTICLES. Beeswax, best, 22 a 25 Butter, 124 a 15 Beef, mess, bbl. 10 50 a 11 fresh, 3 25 a 4 50 Bacon, new, 9 Cheese, 7 a 9 Candles, tallow, mould, 9 a 11 sperm. 23 a 25 Coffee, VV. J. green, 124 a 14 Rio, 11 a 124 Java, white, 14 a 16 ordinary qualities, 134 a 144 Chocolate, no. 1,10 a 12 Copperas, lb. 3 a 34 . Pish, herrings, no. 1, 54 shad, no. 1, 5 3 4 mackerel, no. 1, 64a7 do. no. 2, 5 a 75 do. no. 3, 3 75 a 4 Fruit—raisins, bunch, box, 3 muscatel, 2 75 Feathers, live geese, good, 30a32 Glass, window, 8x10, 50 feet, 2 35 10x12, do. 3 Gunpowder, Dupont’s, 5 50 Roger's 5 Hemp, American, ton, 100 c 110 Hides, Sp’h, sun-dried, 16 a 18 salted, 12 a 15 Indgo, Sp’h flotant, lb.1 50al 75 Iron, Swedes, ton, 100 a 105 English, 80 a 85 American, 80 a 85 Lard, new, 10 Lime, 1 25 Leatker, sole, 15 a 22 upper 1 75 a 2 75 Lumber, clear, 1000 ft. 23 merchantable, 12 a 13 Mahogany, St. Dom. ft. 12 a 25 Bay, 7 a 10 Molasses, gal. N. O. 30 a 32 , superior, 30 a 34 W. India, generally, 25 a 30 Meal, bushel, 65 a V0 Mails, cut, lb. 5 a 54 Oil, linseed, gal. 75 a 78 tanners’, bbl. 14 a 15 eperm. winter prsd. gal. 90 do. summer do.' 60 a 70 Oats, bush. 25 a 30 Plaister of Paris, ton, 5 75 Pork, prime, bbl. 114" mess, 14 50 flesh, (hogs,) lOOlbs. $5 Bice, Carolina, (new) 2 75 a 3 Sugar, loaf 16a204, Iumpl4al6 N. O. brown, 100 lbs. 7-a. 9 St. Croix, do. 9 a 12 muscovadocs, 8 a 10 Salt, sack, Liv. filled, 24 a 24 ground alum, 2 a 2 1-8 Saltpetre, lb. 94 a 10 Spirits— brandy, cognac, gal, 90 a 140 apple brandy, new, 374 peach do. 75 a 90 rum, St. Croix &. Ant. 60 a 90 do. New England, 33 a 35 gin, Holland, 90 a 105 do. Amrican, 35 whiskey, 35 a 36 Steel, German, lb. 12 a 14 Eng. blistered, 14 Amer. do. 5 1-4 a 6 Shot, ewt. 5 Soap lb 5 a 7 Spicer, ginger, lb. 10 pimento, Jain. 18 a 20 nutmegs, 1 50 a 1 GO mace, 3 50 a 4 pep|)er, 13* a 14 t'ar, bbl. 1 75 Turpentine, spt. gnl. 40 a 45 TttUoyo, good, lb. 7 a 8 Tea, imp. and gunp. fresh, lb 1 10 a 1 40 young hyson, 80 a 90 trine, Madeira, gal. 2 a 2 75 Sicily Madeira, 1 05 a 1 1 121 TeimerifTe, 1 a 1 10 Sherry, 1 75 a 2 50 Malaga, 45 a 55 DOMESTIC GOODS. • Sheetings, brown, 5-4, yd. 14al 6 4-4 llal4 bleached, 4-4, 16 a 18 do. 5-4, 18 a 20 Shirtings, 3-4, yd. 7 a 10 brown, 7-8, 9 a 12 bleached, 12 a 15 Plaids and stripes, good quality, 13 a 15 Denims, 14 a 16 Linseys, 22 a 25 Bedticks, 4-4,18 a 20 Checks, 3-4, 9 a 12 Sattinetts, good, 44 a 80 com. 40 a 50 Colon Yam, no. 10, 20 FREIGHTS. Liverpool, Cotton, lh. *o }d Do. Tobacco, hhd. 30s Loudon, do. do. 33 a 33s Bremen, Rotterdam, Am sterrfam& Antwerp,35sa42s£d Boston, Flour, 35c coal, lQp N. York, Flour, 25 a 30 coal, bushel,’ 7p wheat, • - 7p Baltimore, coal, 3c PRICE OF STOCKS. United States’ Bank, $138 Farmers’ Bank, 95 Bank of Va. 06 Manchester Sc, Petersburg Turnpike, 52 00 BANK NOTES. U. States and Brashes, par NEW-HAMPSHIRE. New-Hampsliire Banks, 21 dis. VERMONT. Burlington, 3 MASSACHUSETTS. Boston Banks, pgr Country Banks, 2 RHODE-IS LAND. Rhode-Island Banks, 2 CONNECTICUT. Connecticut Banks, 2 NEW-YORK. New-York City Banks, par Country Banks, 3 jjew-jersey. New-Jersey Banks, 2 PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia Banks, par Banks near Philadelphia, 2 DELAWARE. Delaware Banks, 2 MARYLAND. Baltimore Banks, npi Country Banks, la2 DISTRICT OR COLUM1IIA. Over $5, par; under $5, 2 north-caroi.ina. State Bank Si Branches, 2 Cape Fear, 2 Newbem, 2 S0UTH-CAR0LINA. State Banks, 14a11 GEORGIA. Savannah and Augusta, 2* Branches, 21 LOUISIANA. New-Orleans, 5 Doubloons, $15 | FASHIONS! FASHIONS!! RAYMOND & BROTHERS have just received an el«gani assortment of the most fashionable Hat?, from St. John and others; likewise, a small lot of very superior Cloth Caps, for children. Custom ers are desired to call and examine for themselves, oct 15—4t For Liverpool, | The tine A No. 1, Ship PLU TARCH, Capt. Johnson, will'be ready m a few days To receive a cargo at Bermuda Hundred. - For freight, apply R. POLLARD & SON. Who offer for Sale, Receiving \sy the above ship, 1,500 sacks Liverpool . Salt, filled uniformly 10 to the ton. • oct 15—d 4t eo t.s Madeira Wine. FINES P old Sircial, Tinta, Malmsey, and Lon don Particular, in half pipes, quarters, and half quarter'sasks, received direct from Messrs. Murdock, Ymlle&.Co. of Madeira, and equal to any in this market, for sale on accommodating terms, and at a re duced price, by CHAS. PALMER. oct 15—iftf Rick’s Smithfield Bacon. I CL AHA Lbs of Choice Smithfield Bacon, for sale on board of ihe Cornet, in the ®°ck. MS. WINSTON, oct 15 MANAGERS’ OFFICE! ~~ TWO CAPITALS nnHE following are the drawn numbers in the Grand Consolidated Lottery, 10th Class— drawn at Newcastle, Delaware: 27, 62, 59, 2, 12, 1, 47, 34, 18, 39. 27, 59, 62, Tkc Grand Capita! of $15,000 1, 2, 12 do 10,000 *1, 34, 47 do 6,000 ID, 34, 47 do 5<000 18, 34, 39 do 3,260 The Capital Prizes of three thousand two hundred ' and sixty dollars, and one of a hundred dollars— both aold at the Manager*' Office, and the cash paid to the fortunate holders. _oct_l_5_YATES & McINTYRE. Loaf Sugar, Wines, Beer, &c. 3/ W | Pounds steam refined sugar 25 qr. casks sweet Malaga wmo 22 do Marseilles Madeira do 5 bales corks 10 hhds N Orleans rum 25 bbls Fiddler & Taylor's now beer 30 casks Goshen cheese. Now landing, for salp by oct 5—3> DAVENPORT. ALLEN & Co. TEAS.—Gunpowder and Imperial Teas—very superior quality. For sal>’ by oct l4—4t OTIS, DUNLOP. & Co. j For Sale, now Lanndifig. *|A Drunr. corrects—choice gunpowder tea, in ^^ fialf chf'siH and canisters 150 Western cured shoulders and middlings. Apply to OTIS, DUNLOP &. CO. oct 1 i-3t ~gr AnnisS, son &TbroTjHers“ H'.VK received by lhe last arrival from their Factory, the most extensive a^soTtment of every description of uperior made BOOTS Ik. SHOKS that can be found tn the city—the quality of which are so well known to be superior to most others, as to deed no comment—and for cheapness, none can excel them. Country merchants can purchase at this Store, for a very *mall advance from New York prices. Corner of and 14th Streets, oct II Richmond; Vo. - '««****^'. "■Jmjpuymi. , Hlllll.ll Third NiglFJ?J? £KEAN^* Engagement^ (CT* N° postponement on account of the weather. (K7-Admission to the Boxes aod Pit 75 cents—Gallerv 50 cents— hide Slips 25 0O“D«'ors will open at 6, and the Per fartnance will commence at 7 o’clock ft£j- Nights ol Perfor mance for the future, Monday, WednesdayCr riday St. Saturday M’ENVW}, OCTOBER 15. " ill be presented Shaksjieare’s Tragedy, called OTHELfn OTHELLO. HELLO, _ Mr C KEAN. To conclude with the Vatce, of ilie REVIEW; o i . ^0r’ THE WAG OF WINDSOR. Laleh Qualem, . . - Mr Cowell ..'/•a W»,-C,h character he will sing: the COMIC SONGS, called rv.;f lIlstorV of Caleb Quotem's Family,” and the “Foreie/l / isiters, or London in an Uproar." " n *»*rtf lck®ls and Seats to be obtained of Mr. ELTON, at the Oox Officet from 10 till 2, and from 3 till 5 o’clock, and at Mr. *• Bendle’s, Earley’s, and at the Centrel, Eagle, Bell, and Union Hotels. %*AI1 demands against the Theatre, to be presented for payment every Tuesday, between the hours of 11 and 2 o’clock._octl5-lt BZGQBR’S PRIZE OFFICE. DRAWING of the Grand Consolidated Lotte ry, Class No. Id. 27 62 59 2 12 I 47 84 18 39. Two Lotteries To-inorrow. New York Lottery, Extra No. 27.—! Drawing to be received To-morrow, at one o'clock. 1 SPLENDID SCHEME. I 1 Prize of $25,000 is S25,000 do 20,000 is 20,000 do 10,000 is 10,000 1 do 5,000 is 5,000 * . 1 do 3,500 is ' 3,500 50 do 1,000 is 50,000 65 do 500 is 32,500 Tickets $10, halves 5. quarters 2 50, eighths I 25. Dismal Swamp Lottery, No 15.—Draw ing to be received o-morrow night, by the Steam boat from Norfolk.—5 prizes of $10 000. SCHEME 1 Prize of $10,000 is $10,000 1 do 10,000 is 10,000 1 do 10,000' is - 10,000 1 do • 10,000 is 10,000' 1 do 10,000 is 10,000 10 do . 1,000 is 10,000 Besides $500. 400 300, 200, 100, dec Whole tickets only $5, halves 2 50, quarters 1 25. lET Tickets and shares for sale in the greatest va riety, at the Lottery and Exchange •ffice of , , u THOS. B. BIGGER. * Where no less than five of the Capital Pri zes have been sold and paid at sight, in the last three drawings._oct 15 MICKLE’S OFFICE. DRAWING ol the Grand Consolidated Lotte ry, No. 10: 27, *62, 50, 2, 12, 1,* 47, 34, 13, 30. TO-JSIORROW ! . NSW TORE LOTTERY. Drawing will be received To Morrow, at 12 o’clock PRIZES : 1 of - $25,000 1 of 20,000 * 1 of 10,000 1 ol 5,000 1 of 3,500 50 of 1,000 is 50,000 65 of 500 is 32,500 dec. &c. &.C. Tickets $10 I Quarters $2 50 Halves 5 1 Eighths 1 25 Virginia State Lottery, Will be drawn at Norfolk THIS DAY, and the drawing will be received here by the Steamboat. io-Morrow livening. SPLENDID SCHEME ! 6 Prizes of $10,000 is $50,000 1 do 5,420 is v 5,420 do 1,000 is 10,000 10 d° 500 is 5,000 10 do 400 13 4,000 dec. dec. &c Tickets $5—Halves 2 50—Quarters 1 25 For sale at E. MICKLE’S, — oct 15 Next below the door of the Eagle Hotel. MANAGERS’ OFFICE. (W* The drawing of the New York Consolidated Lottery, Extra No. 27, will be receive To-morrow at 1 o’clock. SPLENDID SCHEME. 1 prize of $25,000 is $25,000 do 20,000 is 20,000 do 10000 is 10,000 do 5,000 js 5,000 * (-° 3,500 13 3,500 do 1,000 is 50,000 66 do 500 is 32,500 dec. &.c. dec. Tickets $10, halves 6, quarters 2 50. Eighths 1 25. Dismal Swamp Canal Lottery, Class No. 15 Draws in Norfolk THIS DAY, and -tho drawing received to-raorraw night by the steamboat 5 Splendid prizes of $10,000 each, and tickets only SCHEME. 1 Prize of $10,000 is $10,000 1 do 10,000 is 10,000 1 do 10,000 is 10,000 1 do 10,000 is 10,600 • do 10,000 is 10,000 10 do 1,000 is 10,000 Besides $500, $400, $300, $200, $100,&c. Whole Tickets only $5, halves 2 50. quartets 1 25. * ickets for sale at the Manager’s office. oct 16 YATES & Mc^NTYRE, Managers. P. CHUBB’S OFFICE. TOMORROW,*. THE drawing of the splendid New York Lottery will be received. CAPITAL PRIZES. 1 Of $25,000 1 of 20,000 1 of 10,000 1 "f 5,000 1 of 3,500 50 of • 1,000 65 of 500 66 of 100 Tickets $10, halves $5, quarters 2 50. THIS DAY! s The Dismal Swamp Lottery, will be drawn in Norfolk. 6 prizes of $10,000, tickets only $5. SCHEME. 5 Prizes of $10,000 1 do of 5.420 10 do of 1,000 10 do of 500 & C &.C. &c. IET On Monday, the drawing of the Maine State Lottery, No. 28, will be received:—Capital Prize $10,000, and 50 prizes of $1.000, for sale at. oct 15 P CHUBRS. Valuable Property for Sale. r|1HE Subscriber is emjwwered i»y Elliott Cfesson of Phila 1 delphia, lo sell a valuable House and Lot in the town of Patlottsburg, Bottetourt county. The house is of brick, 64 by 24 feet, new and not entirely finished, built in modern style, and of the very best materials and workmanship. It is situa ted on an eminence overlooking the river, and commands a no ble prospect. The lot contains nearly three .acres. Few situ ations in the Valley can be found more eligible for a profession al man or a merchant. The price i*92500 — Five hundred Cash, the residue in four equal annual paymen's, without interest.—The purchaser giv ing a lien on the property, or unquestionable personal security. Persons wishing further information will please address WIU M. BLACKFORD, tftig. 31—JaW3*v FY'rttrfrksInir^ f~a. . u. ui j ROBERT JOHNSTON SON ‘ A RE n«w receiving an extensive and general as -f*- .'Ortment oi Hardware, Cutlery, &. . which they will sell for cash or on the usual credit A monget which art—anvils, vices, bellows, hammers screw plates, hies and rusps, mill, pit, cross cut, tnd namj saws; beach jind moulding planes, cbtssels gouges, braces and bits, syuarea, drawing knives’ . augers, hatchets, axes, &c locks and latches of all | kinds, lunges, bolts, wood screws, nails, brads^cut • and wrought tacks, sprigs, <fcc. brass and r lass com ! inode knobs, paw, socket and ball casttrs. cloak and curtain pins, curtain bands, green cord and tas (sels, bed joints, copper and iron teakettles, tea and coflee pots, coffee mills, bell metal kettles and mor tars, slew pans, waiters, copper and iron chaffing dishes, table and tea spoons, candlesticks, lamps’ snuffers, flat irons, steelyard?, plate boskets, foot men, &c. «S5c. pocket, pen and sportsincu’s knives ivory handle knives and forks, buffsloe and back horn do. in setts, bone and wood handles do. in dozens, curriers, cutting &. hay knitted,shears anti scissors, ra zors, lancets, &c. drc. stoves, castings, steel, trace, well and bailor chains, spades and shovels, frying pans, screen wire, cotton cards, surveyors’ compass es and instruments, thermometers, looking glasses, Baltimore window glass of all sizes, and a general assortment of polished and plated saddlery; bridle reins, &c. &c. net ,,—3tnwtf 1 IOAN Or 960,000. N pursuance of ‘‘An Ordinance authorising a loan tor the city of Richmond and appropriating the theCs»Cid,S ‘,iereof»”'passed by ihe Conrnnm Council of ie saiu city, ou the 29th of September, 1830,1 shall to the ••'gheat bidder, at the Merchant's Coffee House, at the hour of 1 o’clock, P. M on DoTr!*, *nh °f £Ptober’ V830’S,XTY Thousand Stock will Lt!r/r T°CK u No P°rt‘on of the said &uck will be »oid for less, than par; nor will anv bid f loSS 8rra than five hundred doll ora, or Tor a fractional part of that sum. The Stock sold in piirsuanceof the above Ordinunco, will bear an inter cst of five per cent per annum, payable quarterly at tbeofilceot the Chamberlain, and will not be redeem able until the first day of January, 1848. oct 1 ^ SHEI>PARD, Chamberlain __ocM-eotds___of City ef Richmond. NOTICE. T^nsin^01'^8 l,8.ving connected themselves in "T ■ « ST ,lDdCr i firraof Hdherton. Son & rurptn.aa Diapers and Tailors, south corner of Main and 13th streets, near the Eagle Motel, take this me tliod of informing tho triends and patrons of A. Iic therton and the public in general, that they haveiust opened a new and bcaitiful assortment of GOODS suited to their business; consisting of blue, black and medley cloths and cassimeres, and vesting of a great variety, all of VInch they will sell and make up iu the most lasAionablc style and on acconunodatinir terms. ANDREW HETHERTON WILLIAM HETHERTON! HENRY W. TURPIN. * Henry W. _*1uiutr takes this opportunity of in forminghis friends and the public, that bavin" be cornea partner in the above establishment, aud as* hia experience in his profession is well known in this city, trusts that by un remitted attention to his business, to give general satisfaction oct 12_ CARPETING” ' JP- TAA LOR, having received the agency of . several manufacturing establishments, is now opening the most exteisivq assortment of Brussels I Ingrain and Venetian Carpetings and Rmo, ever of- 1 fered in this city, whici will be sold as cheap as in any market in tho United States. sepi aQ-2aw2\v WHITE 51ILBERRY TR,EES. Y*112 subscriber hai for sale at his farm, 4 miles above Richmond, the trees 2 years old. any rea sonable quantity ot thr genuine Morus Alba, or while Italian Mulberry Tre«s; and as the season is now ap proachmg in which tley may be transplanted, he is desirous of receivingorders from as many persons as may be in want of trie article; and as be is well saiis ' vil8.1 the culture thust he ono of the most pro fitable branches the agriculturist can turn his atten tion to, he hopes to be the means of their extensive distribution through the State. They will be sold on reasonable terms, by the hundred or otherwise, deliv erable m Richmond or within any reasonable distance Uie^e0o ^ , J- W, SMITH. B.—Orders may lie Iefi at Scott &, Smiib’e, E street, Richmond. oct i_oawtf ~~ 7 NOTICE. " ]V|RS. NELSON is prepared to accommodate -T-*- Ladies and Gentlemen with board, by the week, month or year, at her old Stand, near the Cap itol Square, next above the Washington Tavern. She wou.d be glad to furnish eight or ten gentlemen with board, who have their rooms elsewhere. Mem bers of tho Legislature can be furnished with rooms, ller fare will be as good as the market can afford and her terms moderate.oct 8-6td Saw I2t SPECIAL AGENCY. rpHE Subscriber will, between this and the first day of November, visit il10 Western counties throughout Virginia, Kentucky and ©hio. IIis prin cipal object is the investigating titles, and dentifyin" Western Lands by actual • re-survey, leasing, an3 making sates. He assures those who confide their Land business to him. that he will go on the soil-,' i and every benefit ihatcaqbe rendered, shall be effect-! ; cd* peven years diligent employment has given him 1 I experience m hi.« profession. Reference is offered to [ his prior advertisement in this paper Business calls him to Richmond, where he may be aeon by those who wish his services, from th* 15th to the 20th of tho present month, at the Eagle Hotel, or the pub iio offices in the Capitol Communications left at the ru” o ® ka?!c Hotel, or with William Sclden, E=q. oft he Register’s office will be attended to; thereafter, to be directed to Fredericksburg, my residence. oct 14—tf_HENRY O MIDDLETON. VV A8HIN6TON HOTEL, VXRGIMIA. g11™ Subscriber having leased this old and well Known Establishment, for a term of years, takes ■ this opportunity to announce to his friends and-the bublic generally, and particularly to thc former visit— ;cr3 of the house, that it will be opened for the ac commodation of company, on the first of October_ It is now undergoing a thorough repair, and will be j fitted up in a plain but neat style, with beds, heddin", 1 and other necessary furniture, all new, and of the j best kind. His servants arc attentive a d experienc i ed» and l,is B*r-keopers jiol.tc and accommodutin" — i]ts Bar shall ot all times be supplied with the test j liquors and wines, and his Table with tho most choice ■ delicacies of the reason, which the oitv and country , can afford; and he flatters himself, that by unrnnit j ting attention to his business, he will "ive entire I satisfaction to all who may favor him with their com j paRy : I he W ASHINfrTON HOTEL is situated in the I most pleasant part of the city, immediately opposite j thc Capitol, and contiguous to all the Public Wlic** j and £ut a short distance from the Theatre, the Banks’ the Basin, the Warehouses, and the offices of the . principal M.IIers of the city; and at the same time I sufficiently far removed to afford gentlemen a quiet retreat when they wish to rcrirc from the bustle and noise fifth* streets. Such are tho local advantages of this house, that 1 may venture to affirm, that "en tlcmen visiting Richmond, either for business or" for pleasure, will find it one of thc most pleasant situa ; tions in the city. In addition to whnt transient custom he may he favored with, tbe subscriber will be nbU to nccorn modate twenty-five or thirty HOARDERS, by the I week, month, or year, on the most reasonable terms, sept 16—ta ROBERT C MACON, Ooo4ktand Court-Howe. fClT* • he Petersburg Old Do nmion, Lynchburg Virginian, Charlottesville Advocate, Political Arena, and Staunton Spec tator, will publish the above once a week for omonili -T h fbrward their accounts to thc Whig Offoe. 1 ft* Miss Mackenzies Seminary. MI.SS MACKENZIES SEMINARY, will be re-opened on the I at Monday October, for the reception of Boarders and Day Pffpils. She is very thankful for the liberal shaie of patronage which has distinguished her Establishment, and in return, is ambitious to afford her Pupils all the Advantages to bo derived from efficient teachers, an excellent philo sophical and chemical apparatus, with free access to a well selected library. The general course'of stu dies will be, as much as possible, adapted to the differ ent degrees of knowledge and capacity of the Pupils, aod comprehend all the branches of a solid and ex tensive education. M iss 5T. has reason to believe* that there is no branch of female education taught in any Seminary in the United States which is not taught ot hers; but will leave it to the parents ofher pupils to direct her in selecting the branches they may wish their children to learn. Too ninny are usually attempted at once, and consequently less satisfacto ry km 88 ma^e might o'her wise be effected. **frVe> a native of France, will teach langna ges five hours every day, and on two days in each week he wd1 teach a class Logic and Moral Philoa> phy for one hour. Previous to the opening of tils class, he will deliver o public Discourse on the Histo r^aml Lnportance of the Philosophy of the Human Mr. Hubbard, who is to teach Mathematics and Chemistry, will instruct his class on Saturday. This gentleman's superior qualifications are such, as to render Miss M* thankful that she has been able to secure bisuassistance. Mt. Poitmux will teach Music, and M. Boissieux Dancing. Besides the did of these professional gentlemen, Miss M- has six teachers constantly engao-ed in her school-room, in Which the hours of attendance are from half past 5 o’clock to three during tiie Summer Session, and from half past seven till tbreo during the Winter. 1 erms for the scholastic year of ten months— Board and lodging, $200. English Tuition with all the branches usually specified under that head, $40. French, g25. Drawing, <$30. Music, 75 cents per lesson, and washing 50 cents per week—no extra I charges to be apprehended. Miss M. is most gratefully sensible that the mer its of her school arc sufficiently known and estima ted in town to render her independent ot any adver tisement there; the particular purport, therefore, of this, is to bring her boarding school under the notice of parents and guardians residing in the country.— Miss M. is authorized to refer to many highly res pectable gentlemen; 6he will however only avail her self of the names of a few well known in the country, and whose children have finished their education un der her tuition or arc now going on to do so. References—viz. R. Anderson, P. J. Chevallie, P. V . Daniel, Charles Ellis, P. Haxcll, R. Gilliam, , Joseph Marx, Ceo. Perkins, A. Robinson, Jr., J. Rutherford, T. Ritchie, John Triplett, Thos. Taylor, Eeqrs., Col. Peyton, and Drs. Trent and \v akson, W. Elam and li Moseley, Esqrs. Chester field. Further— ! Having been intimately acquainted, with Miss Mac i kenzie, ever since her residence in ibis city, I can. j witlj grcat propriety, declare lier eminently quulified J not only by her literary attainments, but also by the piety of her life to discharge the duties of an Instruc tress of young ladies; and I have no doubt, that pa rents and guardians who may entrust their children to her care, will be highly satisfied with their clas sical and moral improvement. RICH. CHANNIG MOORE, . Bishop of Va. Ivor the information of those parents who may en quire respecting ..the merits of Miss Mackenzie’s school, l aoi happy t.. bear testimony to the decided approbation which I have uniformly heard expressed ! by those parents in town, who have entrusted their children to her care. Since my residence here, I have been personally acquainted with Miss M-. and feel assured that her piety and talents are of such an order and soJboroughly tested,, that she will not dis appoint the confidence which she solicits. STEPHEN TAYLOR, Pastor of the Presbytercun Church, 1 «ept H-ifatv ts c on Shockoc Oil}. education. THE subscriber will continue his Grammar School . the ensuing year, (1831,) in Spottsylvania. I he English, Latin and G-reek Lan^ua^es will be taught. ° The school will commence on 17lh of January, and terminate on 10th December following, givim* one month’s vacation in the summer. Tuition for the Ancient Languages will be <425 For the English Language, . . 15 Board will be . . . 6^ For the scholastic year, each boarder finding his own bed. towels and candles. Quarterly payment will be required The subscriber’s address is Dabney’s Mills, Louisa co«nly- D. W. WALLER. Oct l-laf3mc r Bitir. otbscnbers have fur title— A Wilson’s napt cottons German oznaburgs Liverpool fill’d sacks of salt English white lead London silk and gingham umbrellas London porter Port wine, bottled in Oporto Crates of earthen ware, assorted Cdy nails, quart bottles Tin plate and Brnz.ier’e» copper. Also, very fine old Madeira Wine, imported 3 yearn ago, direct from Madeira, and since then, has had benefit of voyage to and from London. sept 24—2aW-Uv* C & A WARWICK. Journal of Health. PERSONS that have been waiting for a further supply of the first volume or year of this truly valuable periodical, will please call. oct c_ J. II. NASH. Lama Wool Shatvls, &cT ^piIE remaining part of the importation of the A. netv and fashionable Lama wool shawls, s< j much admired—also Tnscun Wool, Merino lon«r ant square shawls of every description—Thybet woo square shawls of every color, with an extensive assort mont. ol fall shawls of all kinds, opening, at R. H JENKINS’ Merino Shawl, Linen and Fancy Drv Good Store. ort 14 Valuable Land for SaJcH V^ILL be offered for sale, at Hickman’s Tavern, ▼ » near t he premises, on Tuesday, the 23d of No ! vember next, if fair, if not, the next fair day thereaf ter, that valuable tract of land, known as Trueheart’s ! —lying iu Greenbrier County, on the waters of Me* dow River and SeWcll Cn?ek* containing 1140 acres, :• no greater part of which is button* land, uncleared ■ and of the first quality. ’ Tlu« land Ires about 22 miles west from Lewisburg, and 30 from the White Sulphur Springs. The turnpike road, fr is the | mouth of Dunlap’s Creek to the Salt work on the , Kanawha, passes directly through it. It is admira ; bly adapted for grains end grasses. The situation on | the turnpike will afford a ready sale for i»s produce, and render it an excellent stand fora tavern. Hie land will be sold in a body or in convenient lots to suit purchasers. The terms will be one third cn^h, Rnd the remainder in one and two years. Or if those wishing to purchase, much prefer it, one third co.-h, and the remainder in one, two and three years, with a deed of trust in either case to secure the payment. One or all of us will be at Frayaer’e Tavern, (Lewisbtng,) ten or twelve days before the sale, and should not. object to receiving proposals pri vately. Letters in the mean tim •, may be addressed .to JESSE S. ARMISTEAD, Buckingham Ct. House. JOHN B. TINSLEY ) on v Powhaian C. H. , GEORGE W. TINSLEY, \ QCt&-2awtsg ittcXanSftf" BY PAVEJIFOttT, ALLEN A CO; ."'""" ' is E^y*uifi. On FRIDAY, the 15th inat., at 10 o’clock, at oar Auction Store, an assortment of new Farniture—> among whiob are, 1 handsome side-board C bureaus 1 sofa bedstead i 3 ladies’ work tables 3 wash stands Z Writing tables 20 doz. curled maple } Rose wood > Chairs Windsor and other y 5 settees 20 setts of brass shovel, tongs and poker,-fash ionable patterns 6 do ivory handle knives and forks 3 hair mattraBses, &c. <Sic - oct 13_D. A. & Co. Aucts BY OTIS, DUNLOP & CO. ~ GROCERIES. On Friday, the 15th inst., at half past 10 o’clock will be sold, at our auction store, 20 hbds sugars, various qualities 100 bags Java coffee 58 do old white do Teas of all kinds in use here 2 patent smut machines for rubbing and ' cleaning wheal—calculated for attaching to the ma chiusry of merchant mills—also, a general assortment ol Groceries, &c. Q. £>. &. Co. ADDITIONAL. yy linds. | n p ■ 0 ,30 bis. \ bt* ^ro,x Su£»r> per achr. RevenOo 2000 Iba. bacon 50 half and quarter boxes raisins 5 bales emtonr y«m, assorted Nos. 30 drums currants 4 cases gunpowder tea, in canisters 50 bis. gin 7 cases fine hats G boxes loaf sugar 40 quarter casks sweet wine SO mattrasses, &c. &c. °ct 15 • O. D. & Co. Aucts. DRY GOODS AT AtJCTION. On MONDAY, the 18th i»st.,at lOo’clock will be sold at our Auction Rooms, a large and -reneci! assortment of DRY GOODS—among them are, , elegant Merino shawls. Italian cravats, elegant silk vesting, Navarino shawls, white and black English silk hose, satin, lustring, laventine, canshaw, ears nets, silk flag bdkfs , Italian sewing silk, elegant Swiss muslin, superfine cloths and cassimeres, thread cambric, gimp lace, &c 4 cases suitinels 1 do flannels 5 do elegant calicoes 1 do woollen hose 1 do cassimere 6 bales Scotch oznaburgs 15 do brown sheetings 12 do do shirtings 4 cases plaids 1 do counterpanes 4 bales blankets 1 do plains 2 cases buitons 1 do Madras hdbfs i 1 do thread lace. | Terms at safe. 0. D &. Co Auclg. I oct 8__' Valuable Property at Public Auction. '1MIE subscribers- will, on Wednesday, October the 13th, at 12 o'clock, sell at public auctibn, to the highest bidder, on the premises, that eligible pro perty on Shockoe-IIiil. known as Southgate’s Buil I -DS9’ °PP08ite the C^y Hall, now occupied by Phil ip Duval Jr.. as a Boarding House. This property 19 so generally known, that it is deemed unnecessary to say mo>e, than that it has recently been put in very thorough repair, at an expense of more than 1200 dollars. There is a lease on it of two and a half years yet to come, at an annual rent of $760, and thg II taxes, making the gross rent $630. i Gentlemen of capital, disposed to invest their mo : | ney in productive R* al Estate, have now such an op i porlunity as is rarely to be met with. I, The terms will be one third of the purchase money ■ j m cash, and the remainder in two equal instalments ; of 6 and 12 months, to be secured by negotiable notes, with approved endorsers,and a deed of trust on the property. Sale to be conducted by Trowas Tayi.or, Esq. GEORGE M. SOUTHGATE. JAMES SOUTHGATE. R B The parties above mentioned, ure deter mined positively to sell, one of them having come in (from the West for that purpose, oct 4~eo3t dll if tCT The ab've sale will take place on This Day at 12 o’clock. £ oct 15 STOCK SALE. | rf^WD subscriber being abunt to close bis business I offers his extensive au<l valuable stock of sea sonable DRY GOODS at Auction, on Wednesday, 21st day of ©ctwbej, inst., at 10 o’clock, at bta Store, in Mam Street, opposite to the market—consisting of blue, blk and mix'd broad cloths aud cassimeres: blue i and mix'd saltinetts, some of which are superiour; red, white, green and yellow flannols; rose, point, and whitney blankets; blk and col’d Rhodes bombazeUs and Circassians; Scotch plaids; 7-4 color’d merino cloths, for children; toilmett and Valencia testing; blk silk, cut and uncut velvet, for do.; 1 case scarlet, and 1 white real merino, long and 8-4 square ahawls, of very superior fabric and colors; 1 case 6-4 Thibet shawls; 5 ps G—4 super blk bombazine; 1 case blk las lings; 300 ps silks, consisting of blk and color’d Vid ian lust ting; gros de nnple, Ir.vnntine and color’d flor ences; blk and col’d satins; 1 case blk and white silk stockings; 400 ps cot and uncut bandanna and flng silk hdkfs; blk, silk, levantine and Italian lustnng, do; 1 case Hlk Canton crapes;a large assortment of cut and uncut ribbons; blk and white lace veils and capes; bobbinet and thread laces and footings; muslin,thread and satin trimmings; I rase 4-4 arid C-4 bobbinet la ces, pnlmyrean and batiste, for dresses; 40p linert cambric hdkfs, some of which ore very elegant; 1 case ladies’ norskm glove9; 1 case gentlemens’, do; 1 small case 4-4 nankins for Ladies’ habit dresses; a large assortment of cambrics and jackonet muslins; figure*), book and Swiss do; checked arid striped do; 1 caf-e very superior Clark’s sewing cotton on spools; a large quantity of cotton-fleg and fancy handkerchiofe; white and grey worsted hose and half hose; 1 case superior gilt buttons, paddings, twist and sewing silkj particularly for tailor's use; 100 lbs. block and white thread, best quality; 400 pieces English ar.d domestic prints; bl. achcd and unbleached sheetings and shirt ings; 300 pieces 7 8. 4 4 nud 5-4 linens and linen sheetings, 6-4,8 4 and 10-4 taWe diaptfr; suprrioTiMrd cye do; I case all sizes shell combs, valued at $’000. The above, with every other article which consti tute "ft desirable retail assortment, (valued at from ! 20 to 2.5 thousand dollars; will then hr offered to the • highest b’dder. It presents one of the best oppor ! lupine* for country and city dealers and tailors to ! make t p their assortment, which will be oflerrd thm sroson. ell of whom arc respectfully invited to at tend — Sale to be conducted by Datf-spoiit, Am en & Co. Aucts. cc» 6 WM. R. PYLE, i (LT After the nhovc sale of stuck, the s%re, compt ! tag-room and cellar, ^i’.l tc rented to tbo highest I bidder till the first of May next—fixtures included VV. B. PYLE B \R LEAD, in kegs of 500 lhs., just received, or sale by OTIS. DUNLOP & CQ.