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TUESDAY MORNINO, OOTOHft S. IKH- A PoLicutA* Mcmonu.—The New York Ex. preee gives ike fotfowiac perticalars of the reeent murderofapettae ofeer, in that etty: Oe Friday naoreiag, shortly before 3 o'clock, two burglars who hei broken Into Mr. Logans bakery Ik ?» amn Mar ivene C, were dteeovwred by oaeofthe lemetee of the premise*, and made a baa ty mwa They were panned by the ledlvidual wfcotret enw them. He cried for help which at- Inula! the attention of policeman Jamee Cahlll, ofia 11th Ward, who seeing the raecala running off (tee chaae aed came up with them on the cor- Mr ef 10th atreet and Avenue B. He Immediately eloetd In erfch them and a atruggle ensued ; during Ita naUnaanoe of a few minutes aeveral pietel ehola ware dlacharged, when the two men, who bad been aaea struggling with the oAcer by a fe male from aa upper window of Mr. Sbaman'a re eMewce near by, ran off. The report* of the piatola being beard by offleers Lake and Vermflyea of the aame district, they haa Meed to the epot aad «aw their associate holding oa to a amall tree and staggering ull abont to (all — They asked htm if he waa shot, in response to which he gavs a groan, sank to the pavement and expired ia a few seconds afterwards. 81* men were arrested On Friday, on suspicion of having bean concerned in the affair, two of whom James Ryan aad Jesse Patten, were held for a fur ther heariag. A Shout Romance.—The following romantic inci dent is said to have occurred afewyeersbeforetbe Russian conquest in Armenia. Sirder fell violently ia lave with a beautlfol Ar menian maiden, and demanded her Irom her pa rents. Their supplications, and those of the girl herself were unavailing; for, although ahe had a lover, she was not formally betrothed: she waa consequently carried off to the harem. During the night her lover entered the palace gardaaa, and in e low voice commenced ringing beneath the win dows of the harem, in the hope that ahe would bear Soon a window was opened, and some one leaped out Fearing that hia singing had betrayed him, he fled; but as he heard nothing more, be crept back, and found bia beloved caught in the branchea of a tree, which bad broken her descent to the ground. He helped her down, and they prepared for flight, but being overheard, they were puraued and caught, and In the morning were brought before Sirdar.— When the latter had beard the circumstances of the case, he exclaimed, " I see thst in the sight of God you were already betrothed. Lovers ao true should never be parted. Live happily together, and God be with you."—Baron yon Haztliaasen'i Sketches. Dkath or the R«v. Gxo. Hastings.—We have to record the death of this gentleman—that event having occurred at Chatanooga, Tenn., on the 2nd ult Mr. Hastings waa for many yeara chaplain to the American legation at Rome, and held that deli cate poat until he waa compelled to abandon it by the rapid progress of pulmonary disease. Dkath of jls Editor—Robert Coulter, Esq.- formerly editor of the Republic at Soriogfleld, Re publican at Kenton, and Courier at Kindiay, all in the State of Ohio, died ia the Murine Hospital, in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday last. Death of a Ccban Millionaibe.—Signor Jose M. Lata, who has been passing the summer at the New York Hotel, diod Wednesday afternoon of apoplexy, aged G2 years. Mr. Laea wa» a native of Havana, where he haa resided most of hi* life, and one ol the largsat sugar planters in Cuba. Ttf ORTHAM FARM FOR SALE.—The i' subscriber, intending to commence business in the city of Richmond, oilers at private sale his beau tiful FARM, situated on the Three-Chopped Road, eight miles from Bichmond and three miles west of the termination of the Richmond it Westham Plank Road. There are about 150 aores, all enclosed—a part of which is good meadow land, the balance easy to cultivate, with a good dwelling and all necessary oat-houses;« good well of water, and about one thou ■and choice Frnit Trees. Also, the stock andxrops, If desired. Terms will be accommodating, if told imme diately. For farther Information please apply on the pre mises, or to Ooddin Sl Apperson, Richmond. Pos session given after a week's notice. se s—diwlm* J. C. JONES. pAPITAL $50,000. —COMMERCIAL V/ SAVINGS BANK.—Office at the store of Queries it Brooke, on 14th street Depositors in this institution will receive six per cent, on all sums remaining on deposite six months or longer, and five per cent, for a shorter time. WM. G. PAINE, President. R. T. Bloom. Treas jv 6—ts Ttf OTICE TO THE PUBLI C.—The .L* subscriber having offered hisstock of SADDLE RY at public auction en the 27th of June last, but owing to the extreme warm weather and sickly sea ion, his sale was postponed; now he offers for talc hia large and beautiful assortment of ready-made SADDLES, amongst which are some of a new and Improved pattern, delightfully pleasant to the rider, ana wan-anted not to hurt the horse. Also, a very large assortment of moat beautiful Coach and Buggy HARNESS, whieh cannot be surpassed. M y stock embraces, alao. Wagon and Cart Harness of the most durable quality; and m fact every article usually kept in a Saddlery establishment, may be futind at my shop, all manufactured under my own aupervision by the most experienced workmen. My object in felling out is, to close my agency bu siness, and commence on my own account. And ev ery article not disposed of by the Ist November, will be offered at public auotion during the State Agricul tural Exhibition, due notioe of which will be given. To enable me to prosecute this course, I respectful- It request my frienda to call on me at once and set tie their bills—the necessity of which must be obvi ous to all. The amounts individually are email, but to me are sufficient to extricate me from debt, which iamy most ardent wish. ae s—dfccts JOSEPH H. COLQUITT. "WOTICE—To LOUIS FRANCK.—Take «: " otl "'H 1 o>> WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of October, 1854, between the hour* of 8 A. M end 7 P. M., at the office of R. R. Howiaon. Lev Ballding, Richmond, 1 ahail proceed to take the deposition* of Charlea Nordmeyer, John Drocher, end other*, to he ■k •^ a8 »«>tn »»uit pending in the Circuit Court of 'he city of Richmond, In which I em plaintiff end Tom are defendant. And if from any cause aaid denoii tiOßi be not commenced and completed at that time W i. Uk \* 1 thereof will be adjourned from time to time, to be rerame at the *ame place and between the ••mi hour* nntil completed Melusine Charlotte Dorathea Franck. ~ , By Albert Spott, her next friend, se 11—law4w FITS! PITS! — LEWIS & A FLETCHER'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND, a recently discovered invaluable remedy for thi* tru ly dutrewing malady, Fit.. Prepared and (old by £?*>' *; Fletcher, at Franklin, Ind. For *aie by PURCELL, LADD k CO., sole agent* for Richmond Va. For farther particulars call on tha agent* and get a pamphlet. j« 6—dlaw6m T^TOTICE. —Two months after date appli •»" ca'ion will be made to the Virginia Centra) Rail. Comply for the renewal of a loet CERTIFI CATE No. 191, for five (hare* of the Capital Stock in formerly L«rai*a Railroad Company, now the Virgi nia Central Railroad Co. THOMAS H.MORGAN. July 25,1854. Jy 26—Tn2ffl* NOTICE .—All persons havinf claims againit Mr. John Hutch esow, or the late Mr*. " A " D : Hutcheion. and whose claim* bind tha truat fund in my hand* a*Tru*tee, are hereby notified to present then for settlement on or before the 6th ? r * 1854l 854 v 4nd 5 ,n fo'lnre to do *o. thi* no tlee will behead in bar of any such claim. se6-law4w BTA&KE, Acting Tru.Ua. F E y DERS ' ANDIRONS. RHnVKTJa taLtafJf J* 0 * 08, ke -~ We de,lre ea " Ihe at tentton of oar customers and the public generally to V* 60 * 1 H ; il > ®"* e "IwSSli copper and' broasa eoal Vases, fce., fee; the*! *oo!ii .r-„r nV^rHk e b / freHof sWr. ssae bulklet Lco. p mte of DOLLARS REWtPnI X Tha following aegroee abacondad from tha "*T T*«ardsj mornlnV uJKwPDUII reward each will be paid for iallvaiy at tha Mines, or in GEOftOE. afMk fe»t 6 inahr* in height. raised in Charlottesville, and lately takaa oat of Au gastaJsU a* a i una war. SPENCER, a black nam, 4 feat Itt inches la kaifht, vary wide aero*- the sboaldar*, a dawrfi«h bat Iff, looking aeaa, 22 years old—t barn on JaR am near tha shoaider—wide »oaU law WPtaMrfaWF aasttas whea noMito - Suy ""ilia* ty R*™ a ! BATHS!! BATHS!I-Hot, Seis&i'sSP l^^ JUTOBAOB• STOKAOE! I—W« ban ya;ila«a»a, | at |[ tha towast *ata* We jUISS; MEDICOCM. r FHEonly infallible Medicine known.— 1 BURROW'S ELIXIR VlTA—Theoriginalar tists la all Ita pert tv! Qatekand pewerfel, Ita rlr tw tn proverbial—la ao ma; hutancea having raised fromthevary v«rgaef thetoinb the subjects ofdUeewln t*«lr meat terrible fcrrna, u teattoio aiala of tka moat eaalted character from Individuala •ad iaatttatianatestify, lathe descriptive olrcniar mar be fouadeaa from the Maaonlaand Odd fallow* Lodge* of Norfolk. The medtetaea able to (ire relief, areaaaMMeMandeaieabietbatif peraoaa are artOiag leaaaeaad their nse aad sebmlt to a conraa of ELIX IK VITA, a core atoaea can ho effected la otd nary lasts, oalyoae or two weeka being reealred, and thoee regaded aa utterly la curable only three or four weeka. It will thoroughly verify the blood. In scrofula. Rheumatism, indigestion, Ac., It ataada alone. Ita action on the Sow a la, Liver and Kidneys are diraat and a Sclent. Depraved hnmora in the eirceiatloa affect the vital or I ana. A eoerae of two or three weeka will relieve the system of all morbid matter, a reaction ensaea. an incontrolUble appetite with Ugh and vigorona health the result. In deep aed heavy colds, that often end in e rapid decline, eothing la comparable. For mercarial and syphilitic diaeeaea It ia trnly the only medieine known, not leaving a veatige of the dlaeaae. Parsaethe eoorae above, aaleea the bonea have commenced decaying. If ao, at the and of three weeka suspend Ita nae S weeka, recommence, and at the end of three weeka the body will be reatered to iw original kealth. JACKSON B. WOOD. ORUBBB A APPERSON, fe IS—ly Prussia. CMITH'B DYSPEPSIA CORDIAL, for ij the enre of Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Nervoua De bility, Torpid Liver, and all diaeaeeaarialng from De rangement of the Digeative Organ*. CERTIFICATES. New York, April 20,1852. I hereby certify that I have u«ed Dr. William H. Smith'a Oyspepsia Cordial, and have obtained the moet beneficial reanlta. I conaider it the only aore enre for Dyapepaia. and wonld recommend any per aon afflicted with that dlaeaae to nae it. L. B. Lent. Philadelphia, May 3. 18i2. I would ad viae all who are afflicted with Dyapepaia to nae Dr. Smith'a Dyapepaia Cordial- 1 was afflicted with that dlaeaae three yeara, during which time I tried evervthlng that conld be recommended, and arithont relief. One bottle of the Dyapepaia Cordial effected a perfect enre of me. and I am now aa healthy aa 1 have ever been. 1 have witnessed the aame effect on others. I conaider tbia a certain cure for Dj spepsia. „ Hewrv Dunlap, Coach maker, 78 Crown at. Philadelphia, March 18th, 18£3. Dr. Smith—Dear Bir: Tour Dyapepaia Coroial bad the moat wonderful and Inatantaaeoua effect on me. Having suffered with Dyapepaia for aome time, 1 waa indnced to give it a trial. I felt relief from the firat time 1 took It Two bottles effected a complete cure. I have given it to several of my frienda, and invaria bly with the aame reaalt. Yours truly, J. W. FrTCH, Wajhimton House. For aale by J. B. WOOD, and ALEX'R DUVAL, an 28—3 m Agenta for Richmond. Va. Highly recommended by piiy- SICIANS—KENNEDY'S well tried VIRGI NIA PLASTER, or ELECTRIC OINTMENT, for the core of Freah Wonnda. Burns, Salt Rheum, Lum bago, Fever, Sores, Weak Side, Back, Breaat, Ac., and particularly for all Spioal Affections. In aome kind* of Rheumatiam, Sole Throat, Head Ache, Tooth Ache, Ring and Tetter Worm, it haa been found to relieve. Some have uaed it for Dyapepaia, Neuralgia andCornato an advantage. It ia also eiii cacioua in removing Inflammation of the Breaats of Lariiea. READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES. Aboat last May one of my daughters, five years of age, had been afflicted with the Ear-ache, for six months, wi:h a continual running from the ear of ve ry offensive matter, the paia was so severe that it caused her to cry a good deal'during the night and prevented her sleeping as usual. We tried various remedies recommended by our friends, bat all prov ed unsuccessful. Finally, by trying Mr. KENNE DY'S PLASTER, enveloped with and attached to a piece of lace, it drew out a quantity of matter, and at the second application, all amounting to about four days, a WHITE WORM, (resembling a Stomach Worm,) over an inch long, came out with matter ad hered to the Plaster, perfectly dead, with which we were very much surprised, but the cause of her great distress being removed, she has been entirely reliev ed ever since ; I therefore take great pleasure in re commending this plaster to others bjr way of experi ment (as well as common utility,) as it proved so for tunate and efficacious in my family. SAMUEL A. PEACE. March 10th, 1852, Lunenburg county, Va. Certificate of Ret. Theoderick Pryor, Nottoway county, Virginia^ I take pleasure in stating that 1 have used KEN NEDY'S PLASTER, in a case of diseased Breast.— The woman on whate breast, tbe Plaster was used with almost immediate and entire success, had previ ously suffered from tbe same disease two months. The Plaster acted at once and most happily. Given under my hand this S9th day of March, 1852 THEODERICK PRYOR. I do hereby certify that my wife had one of the worst Inflamed Breasts I ever saw, which caused her great suffering for three months. Two physicians tried their skill with various applications, but ali ptoved ineffectual. She finally tried Mr. KENNE DY'S PLASTER, after every other remedy failed, which proved successful and produced a complete cure. Wherever this plaster is introduced into a family, it will no doubt be highly prized, and proves lasting benefit. W. T. INNES. Lunenburg county, Va., March 22d, 1853. For sale in Richmond by FURCELL, LADD & CO. and O. A. STRECKER; in Petersburg by K. H. ROBERTSON. TODD & CHRISTIAN, and LY ONS i. REEVEB; and by Merchants and Druggists generally throughout the State. se 12—Tin. RATES AND FENDERS.—Five Hun VA dred Enameled GRATES and FENDERS for sale at reduced price*. The subsctiber has tor rale the largest stock of GRATES and FENDERS ever before offered for sale in tbi* city, of fail »wn manu facture. The Grate* embrace all the various kinds and patterns, inch as square topped Gothic, Liptic, Circle*, &c., with besuiiful rounding Fenders, Sum mer Pieces, ice., to match. Ordei* for Grate*, Fenders, Stc., from town and country, punctually attended to and carefully packed. Merchants purchasing to aell again, will be supplied at the lowest northern prices, with the usual discount off for cash by wholesale. Apply at my Bell and Brass Foundry, on Main be tween Bth and 9th sta, Richmond, Va. »e SAn. SAMUEL D. DENOON. V'IRGINIA: At a Circuit Court of the Y City of Richmond, held at the State Courthouse IS.ft? Monday, June 12,1854: William Palmer, Pltf ayainat Isaac A. Goddin. late Sheriff of the County of Hen rico, and a* such administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of James Smith, dee'd, and other Defts. "The Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the cause be referred to one of the Commiaaioners of the Court for an enquiry whether there are any other debt* of the testator, James Smith, deceased, Desidea the debt due to the plaintiff, chargeable upon the Sroceed* of the aale of the real estate of the said mith. and the said Commissioner, after four week* notice by pnblie advertisement calling upon such creditor* to come forward and prove their debt* (hall receive proof of the same, and apportion the fund* proceeding from the sale* of »a!d real estate among the plaintiffs, and sueh other creditor*, if any, a* may establish their claims; and make report thereof to the Court." An extract—Teste, RICH. Ml. CART, D. Clk. Commissioner's Dfficx, ) . „ Richmond, September 19. 1854. 5 All persons, creditors of Jame* Smith, deceased, whose claims are chargeable upon the proceeds of the sales of the r«d estate of the said deceased, are hereby noticed, that °n the 20th day of October, 18M, at 10 o'clock A. M , at my office aforesaid I shall Scree e o? r^Wr°hth« h .h ebU " » re mentioned'in the decree of which the above is an extract, and proceed to make the enquiry and apportionment thereby di r*M JAB ' E ~ HEATH - C °» ? ' VTIRGINIA : At a Circuit Court of the ■asMSSs! sagas i srj.tt harain suing by Wm. 8. Hurt, her next friend, Pltfls. Frances Bailey, John 8. Atkinson, and Samuel M. Defts. This cause earne en thUdey to be heard anon the bill of the plaintitb, taken for confessed as toaD the defendant*, and upon tha exhibits filed, and was ar gued by counsel: On consideration whereof, the Ceartdoth adjudge, order anil decree, that the de fendant, Frances Bailey, do reader before one of the Commissioners of this Coort an account of her nc«l»ta, disbursements and other doings as gmar djan of the plaintiff, Elizabeth B. 8. Mosby, formerly 8 * *•«*« whicb account, the «~y namlne the said Frances Bailey CotZun ks deams it expedient: And the said ift « r nWishinf no uce iwreof (wet • VMk for four minn—iTt weekr ZZFuZsrs? *»«&* thTSr y of R?oh: •tainet the^Td¥U!^ lo *=f l . 0f an claime •r against the said Elisabeth^' he prodooed and proved T u ' SSi'Sy? »<"2' & quired by so stated * ** " KCH. M. CART, D. Clk. Comuaciona'a Owe*. » issaasMfg MISCBLIiAWBOIWk MFALL STOCK OP HATS AND CAPS.—The sabecrtber Is now readrjfcfw nish merchants and dealars wltheabrge ««PTOr»* sorted (Met of HATS and CAPS ii has ever been offered in this or wj other martet. Purchasers will tod, one*«nlc* iOn,thatlhUMl Goods ere lower la price then a«uaL while tbe styles end qualities ere In many nwctt much Improvedv- There are many new and ttiu hlljjMlrt np HATS acd CAPS for lentlemen, bns snd children, which aie really hanasome and will ha fsand very desira- The subscriber keepe alio a larfe stock of ladies? fashionable TOM of theneweet and moat fashion •ble styles: also, nlm PURS, which will be sold at wholesale end retail on the beet terms. JOHN DOOLEY, an 30—d2m «1 Main street, Richmond. GBEAT REDUCTION IN fto THE PRICE OP HATS AND BOOTS. ■ froui fifteen to twenty per cent saved bybuy log from J. H ANTHONY, Columbian Hotel Building, Richmond. Moleskin HATS, ef beet «uality *3 56 Do do second do . 3no fashionable BILK HATS.... 2 M Pine calfskin sewed 800T5,....................S SO Pine cal&kin sewed 5H0E5.....................2 25 J H. ANTHONY haa made arrangements with one of the best makers in the city of Philadelphia to supply him with a handsome and substantial calfskin •awed BOOT, which ha will sell at the anprecedent ed low prise of S3 50. de 1 A CARD—TO THE LADLES — C. VIOLIN 1, tespestWly announces (HHTto her customers and tbe pnb ic, that her Mi liner; Rooms will not be opened nntil the Ist of Novsmber, at which time she wtllopen a splendid assortment of Millinery and Pancy article', selected and trade np at the Norih, under her own immediate supervision—which will enable her to have the new est importations and styles at all limes, having during a residence of 21 years become well acquainted with the styles and superior tatte of tbe Ladies of Vir ginia—and being unable to procure in this city such help as comports with brr style of work—all orders left during my abseice with my sister. Miss PARKE, will be filled in the mcst prompt manner, and exe cuted In tbe newest and moit fashionable style as soon as received Being well aware my numerous customer* have eveiy confidence in my (kill and long experience, I •h>ll endeavor to merit a continance of the tame by unremitt'ng attention to bnatne**. All peraona indebted to me, will pleaae call and aettle their accounts at the 8 ore of Miii Parke—wbo will give receipt! for the time— prompt attention to this it earnestly requested. C. VIGLINI. se 21-dSw ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFAC n TURE—CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! CLO JHP THING!!!—WHOLESALE AND RBTAIL. ELLIS MORRIS, No. S5 Main at, (Mansion House.)—l would most respectfully call the attention of country merchanis and others to my large assort ment of Resdy made Clothing,all made up in this city, under my own supervision. Mv stock of Over- Coats cannot be surpassed either in beanty or price, ranging from S3 50 to #20 each. I have now in store, and am constantly manufacturing, which I will sell at least 25 per cent, less than can be bought in the Northern markets. 1,000 Over-Coata, all atylea and price. 900 Dresa, Frock and Sack Cloth Coat#, from $5 upward*. 500 Satin, Silk, Velvet, Cloth Veata and other style*, $1 and upward*. 800 pair* Fancy, Black and Plain Cuisimere Pant*, 51,25 and upward*. 300 Ready-made Shirt* and Drawer*, of all style*, together with a large assortment of Neck Tie*, Cra vat*, Collars, Gloves, Pocket-Hand kerchiefs and Gen tlemen's Furnishing Goods, of all kißds. Suits cut and made to order, a* usual, at the short est nutiee. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. se 18—lm* E. MORRIS. H«Ni I PIANO FORTE TUNING. made arrangements with If U9 (7 B Mr. Rufos Morse, who has been fa «■ " * If • vorably known for many years, aa a Piano Forte manufacturer, regulator and turner, to take charge of my PIANO WARE ROOM, I am prepared to receive order* (or Repairing, Regulating and Tuning Piano Fortes in the city, upon the most reasonable terms. All oiders will meet with imme diate attention. VVM A. BUTTERS, Bookseller, Stationer and Piano Forte dealer, se 19—lm 15? Main street, ■ FOR SALE —Several very |nBM| excellent second-htnd PIANO If u 9 If 0 FORTES, with all the modern im " • provement*, at No. 146, Main *t., in the room* lately occupied by Miunis b Watson, and opposite Kent, Paine «. Kent'* new store. se 14—lm* «v_ MULES! MULES.'—I beg leave AV\ to inform the public that I have located mj s*lf in the city of Richmond for the purpose of sell ing MULSS. I have a fine lot now cn hand at the stablea of Mr. Blankinship, and will continue to re ceive eveiy month from 50 to 100 head, to suit the de mand, direct from Kentucky. Alt persons wishing to purchase such stock, will do well to give me a call be fore buying, aa I flatter myself it will be to their in terest, as I am prepared to sell on the most accom modating term*. JOHN T. CRAYCRAFT. ■el s—lm* FOR SAL E—A fine Northern TROTTER, perfectly gentle and kind in harness; and the finest TOP BUGGY in the city— sold only fcr want of time to use them. Apply at the American Stable. se 15—ts No. 132, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE EAGLE SQUARE. fl GUNS—A very large Stock of GUNS, common and fine qualities, single and dou uf ble, of every variety of leugth and calibre and style of mount ing and finish, of his own importation and manufac tu/e, always in his Show Cases, and offered at price* aa cheap a* any house in New York. English and American double-barrelled Rifles and Shot Guns, assorted lengths and calibre. se 16- 3m S. SUTHERLAND. mMg OBBaBg I NORTH CAROLI §m W FXPRESB!— EXTRA ORDINAKY INDUCEMENTS!!—DISPATCH IS THE LIFE OF TRADE !! !-Goods ordered by our Expretß are u uelly sold, and the proceeds in your drawers ia lass time than they can possibly ba sant by ordinary modes of conveyance. Merchants of Halifax, Enfield, Rocky Mount, Wilson's, Goldsboro', Wilmington, Fayetteville, Lnmberton, will do well to take advantage of our MAIL TRAIN EXPRESS, via Petersburg and Wei don, and the Wilmington and Raleigh Railroads — Our Car-Room has been mueh increased, and charges are sure to be s itisfactory. ADAMS t CO , 26 Under the Exchange Hotel. >|| NEW FALL GOODS, 1854.—At (I* HEAD QUARTERS FOR FASHIONBLE iff CLOTHING —Just received a most splendid ' " assortment of BEAD? MADE CLOTHING, and Geutlemens' Furnishing Goods of all the new fall stylet. Also, Cloths, Castimeres, Vestingi, &0., «c ,ke , which will be made up to measure at the shortest notice and the best and moit fashionable ■tyl®- A most beautiful assortment of rich Cut Vel vet Vesting*, not to be surpassed. For something really nice call at E. B. SPENCE'S, No. 120, ,e 28 Corner of M»in and Governor sts. |gfiagga CHANGE OF HOURS — ACCOMMODATION DAY LINE BETWEEN RICHMOND AND NEW CANTON_ On and efter Baturday, the 9th inst, onr Packet Boat PLOUGHBOY Will lew. RICHMOND on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaya, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and arrive at NEW CANTON at 10 o'clock, f. Returning-Leave NEW CANTON on Mondays, . Sft'SSffta&K!! 1 Fridays, "6 e'clock, A. M., arriving In RICHMOND at 9 o'clock. P. M. "8 CROUCH k HOOPER. r ffi FOR SALE.-—A email Pro jHBHHi pelltr TOW-BOAT, capable of tow log Che largest class vessels, lo perfect order; can be ran at a moderate expense per day—say $5 For farther particular* inquire at the corner of 20th and Water sts , of «> 22 RANKIN k BARKER. WHERE CAN I BUY GOOD Winter BOOTS AND SHOES, for mj self, my children and my servants, to the greatest advantage ? This question is now being asked by 'be beads of families in Richmond, and in all tbe adja cent country. 'AT MAURICES' METROPOLI TAN BOOT AND SHOE BALOON, No. I*l Main street Eagle Square, Richmond, Va.," is tbe reply of hundreds who know by experience Gentlemen's Boats, good 'net from •2.00 a pair ap, Ladies', MUses and Children's Shoes at all prices. Call and s«e for yourselves. se SO LADIES' FALL SHOES—'Ibe attention ©f Ladle* is respectfully ask ed to oil; varied and extensive stock of Galtera, Slip pers, Tiee, Buskins. Jenny Ltnds, and every other fashionable style of Shoes, salted to their use at this season of the year. We feel confident that it will only he necessary to call at the ''Ladies' Saloon" to be eaited. WHITE k PAGE, — M 7» Main at. TO THE LADIES. gfcf THE Subscriber informs hisjSKS customers and ths poblic generally, that be has jast relumed frem Near Tork with a splendid asnrtmeet ef French Goods, consisting in part of FRENCH FLOWERS. PLUMES. Rl B BUNB, LININGS, BONNETS aad MILLINERY GOODS in general, which will be sold oa the most reasonable terms. aad Country Mtlßnsrs^ thejowest ae It Comer of Bwai and 3d streets U-ISS. HOISTING MiCHINtB AM) WHi aftn^sas&iiust be llled Oa the same term sa if sent dire«tly to aw. The advaatages of these artieies are too aasnaMae to Ml laaaMTartiaoaieat. Oattaadaaatheaa. WATCMB* *m. WATCH-MAKINO AND JEWELRY STORE. ft The subscriber (who has been en- faged with Meaan Mitchell k Tyler, for t *°.J baTiai the tenement •PHa m, south tide ef Msin street, seaond door eaatof 13th, bee opened a well telecled aseort meat of WATCHES (Mid a»d silver) and JEW ELRY ef all kiada, and hen leave to iaform the public that he is prepared to sell foods ta hie iiae, on moderate terms. He a.ks attention to hUetoek, and feels assured that all who wish to purchase, can find bo objections to hie prieea. B'l«r 'Practical watch-maker, he la also prepared to repair abort notice, and in tbe beet menner, OT tomendleweliyin goad style. Believ tag that those who-have wort, to do, will eeek the best workmen to do it. be feels asanrad that persons who favor him wtth their pattouage cnee, wftl need on invitation to continne his servieee wbeo needed. an 3*—ts C. L. VOROELE. SPO'l'f & MILLING, Watch. #vl r.'"t U tf?. Jiwe ll«*S, Broad Street, KjJ. Shockee Hill, take occasion to return thanks to their friends and tbe public. for tbe liberal encouragement they have received date they commenced bnainess In thia city, and to say that h»re uken the new granite front store, No. 216, Broad street, a few doors above their former stand. where they are now opening a saw and select a .•>«*. Clocks, Jewelry and Fancy Goods. With an enlarged stock and superior manuracturinc accommodations, they are prepared to offer increased inducements to customers. Watches, Clc cks and Jewelry repaired as usual and satisfaction warranted. se 14—lm A WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac., **M ON D It ALLRifc No 144* South street, Philadelphia, (formerly or Rich- Va,) respectfully ii»ite the attention of their friends snd the citizens oT Richmond, Va., generally, to thtir new and well-selected stook of Fine Watches, Jewelry. Losketcs,'Medallions, fcc.. Customers visiting Philadelph'a will find it to their advantage to give us a call, as we are deter mined to sell on aa accommodating terms as any re tail house in tbe conntrv. N. B —All kitds of Watches and Ctocks repaired in first-rate order and warranted to keep go-d time. Jobs of every description on Watches done for tbe trade on very reasonable terms. RAYMOND It ALLEN, 144J South 2nd st„ se2s-dlm Philadelphia. ft THE subscriber has just returned ftom tbe North with a larse assortment oi SJA WATCHES and JEWELRY of the latest to which be would invite the atten tion of hia friends and tbe public generally. EDWARD KERSEY, Sign of the Big WATCH, le 15 Oppoiice the Old Market. & WATCHES AND CLOCKS.- f \ WM. J. BARTHOLOMEW, Watch and J- Clock Maker, Jeweller, Lc , returns his flHaVthaaka to the public in general, for tlieir li beral patronage sinoe his commencement m business; and he will assnre them tbatno pains will be spared to please them, as regards workmanship or prices, having devoted his time to the above branches in London and America—2o years. A trial is all I ask, at WM. J. BARTHOLOMEW'S, Governor Street, se 28 Near the Dispatch. jG* GUNS, GUNS—PISTOLS, Tuft PISTOLS-At 96 Main street—EN '"Hv COURAGE VIRGINIA IMPORT ■f hi' >*» ERS.—ANOTHER DIRECT IM PORTATION OF GUNS AND WATCHES TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND, FROM LIVER POOL—Just received, direct from the manufacturer, another lot of th'.ie cheap, double barrel Gun*, aril Gold Watches, that haa given such general satisfac tion, and will be acid lower than any other gun store in this city, having bought tbem for cash, direct from factories in England: Double barrel English Gun*, warranted, from $8 t* ISS'jO. Piatok—Colt'*, Allen'*, and other*, from 75c. to $25 Powder Fiaak* at 50 cent* Peicuuion Caps, 1000 for 40 eta Bowie Knives, at 91. Wadi—in boxe* containing 230 each, at lfijc. a box. Go'd Watches, warranted in going order, io to $1.50 Silver Watches at $5. Also—A general assortment of Jewelry, Silver Spoons, kc.' N. B Just received a few more of those 8-day Gold Watches, which have given such general satis faction HENRY HYMAN, 96 Msin *t., se 19 Direct Importer of Guns and Watches. GUNS! GUNS!! GUNS!! ! TO MERCHANTS AND SPORTSMEN. Just received from England, 400 DOUBLE AND SINGLE BARREL GUNS. jjfc*- I take pleasure in informing my friends, customer*, and the public, that I have jo*t received my Fall sup <r.aML> ply of DOUBLE AND SINGLE BAR REL GUNS, of all qualitle* and descriptions, direct from the manufactories of England; and from my ex rieoce in the Gun trade, together with the facilities I possess in having these Guns made under the direc tion of a well-tried agent, to my especial order, I feel confident that my present stock of Guns in hand can not be surpassed in this country. From these advantages I am enabled to offer at good bargain* a* any other houae in the United States; and for fine workmanship and style of Guna for the different kindof game throughout these parts, I put them against any Guna imported, all having been made by the beat of workmen in England All I aak from those in search of a superior or plainly finished Fowling Piece, ia a call to examine my atock before purchasing elaewhere, to ensure a tale. JAMES WALSH. Importer and Maker of Gun*, Rifle*, be. se 7—lm BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND LEATHER. FALL ST O C A*—SEPT. 18,1854. J We beg leave to say gSTTSTTt to all our cuatomera and the public at large, that we have in atore eur FALL stock of i i I I I BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, and LEATHER, comprising a very large and gene ral assortment of all the most desirable styles that is suitable for Fall and Winter wear, bought upon as good terms as any Shoe house south of Boston, and we would most respectfully invite all in wint of something that Is good to call and see before they buy. We hive been selling in the last few days to some of the oldest and best merchant* In Virginia, that have just returned from the North, and who ex amined our stock as they passed through Richmond, Oae of them, who has been buying at the North for the last fifteen years, said that our assortment, and the quality of our Goods was the best. We do not think it worth while to enter into a de tail of all that we have. We invite the merchants and farmers to oatl and examine for themtelves. We have taken extra pains in trying to get Goods of good qualities, and to have such sizes as our friends can •ell, (that is, large sizes,) and made out of good lea ther. We have also a very good stock of Richmond made Brogues, made by ourselves, suitable for farm ers—they are as good as can be made. se 19 PUTNEY, WATTS It PUTNEY. NEW FALL STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VA LICES. LEATHER, fcc., fce. fSSTTTx) The subscriber has flgnU UVm nOW cn i? 1 * l*rgeai^^^^» *jsSa*\ V i'lassortment of Boots, Shoes, Carpet s s 'B ggli Trunks, Vslices, Leather, fcc., that he has ever had the pleasure to offer to his friends, customers and the public generally, both of his own manufacture, and of the beat Philadelphia, New York and eastern manufacture, to whicn he would most respectfully call the attention of all in want of Boots and Shoes, of the beat quality either wholesale or retail, as they wilt be sold a* low at any other house in Virginia. ALEX. HILL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boot*, Bhoea, fcs. se 25 No l'<t Main street. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL ROAD . rpilE regular Passenger Train ifrill run X daily (Suodavt excepted) between RIC H - MOND and CLOVER. The Train wUI stop fl " passengers at the followinf points only: Manchester, Robiou't Coal-field, Toma hawk, Powhatan, Mateax. Chula, Amelia C. H., Wyanoke, Jennings' Ordinary. Haytokah. Liberty Church, Meherria, Keysvilie. Drake's Branch, Over by's, Reanoke aad Clover. Leave Richmond at 6| o'clock, A. M. Returning leave Clover at 11.<5, A. M. Children over 10 and under 15 yean of age, half price. Servant* travelling by themselves mast be famish ed with two pease*, so that oae can be retained la the ofiee; aad It mast ba expressly stated on the pass that they are permitted to go on the ear*. Passengers lor Clark.villa can meet Messrs Mow It Co.'* Coaches at Roanoke on Tuesdays, Thursday* aad Saturday*. Through toClarksville... ..(SOO an M R. E. HUGH SON. Ticket Agent. WILLIAM HURLEY, Excha*g« and Collection Orricc, Ma. 6, Pearl at., RJch BUte or Exchange, Bull Note*, Coin, Ic. bought and sold- Collections on the Cities of Virginia and North Cmtliaa made oa favorable terms. Stoeke bought end sold oa Commission. Refer to R. H Chamberlatne, Esq, Cashier Far mere- Bank, Norfolk, Ve.; R. W. Bowdea, Esq, Cesh ier Bank o? Virginia. Norfolk, Va.; JoetU Wflls, Esq, M6idtiit« EwlWßOii< Vi< XTOTICE.— All jwraont fearing claims JLI tfeleat tha ertata cfJOHN LYNCI? dee' 4, art aMtMflai saaaM*# eaAflaA-M a— M 14—t* : ' 1 ..." | v EDUCATION. KiCIiMOND FEMALE IHBTITUTK. npflE first mmb of titis Insttarts will X commences MO«DAY. 0at.24, ItM, in H» edifice srsctsd for tbe pnrjwso, on l*k •*•»•*» kf tmMiinMHjCh T . Tbs work ha* slrsady ad ««n< mUmUj for to ——■*T|*f" th * •II Uto put* of the building MBi for school pw* pases, will bo resdy i*fcN Ikilfoik. And, A(«U there bo u; dole/ la fini.hing tH other put* of the ktm, designed fir board—, Mrttablo aecominc (la tin as will be provided eiaawhere, *1 as to occasion ao inconvenience or extra ciptua to tboaa who m; desire to board la tba I imitate. PROMPT ATTKItOAITCX. It it ofiimportan t !• nrry ttkalar to b* prwal tkt Jbrd dttf. Pupils will be resolved at anv period of tba session; bat when tbey eater lata, there is as inconvenience to the teacher, arising from the de rangement of classes. aM a atill greater disadvan tage to the scholar.. from her want of acquaintance with the portions of heefis already gone over, I!t*T*OCTOR». Io tbe outset of em Institute of thisehsreeter, lay ing claim to pablie eoafider ee, without basing bad opportunity to earn a reputation, It M«ni proper that the ?instee*sbonld give SistiDct information regard irg the teachers, into whose charge paraata are in- Ti'ed to eoromit their daughters. Bev. BASIL MANLY, Ja , President of the Insti- In tbe outset of an Institute of thiecbameter, lay ing el vm to pablie confidsree, without having bad | opportunity to earn a reputation, It ieems proper that , the liusteee should give distinct information regard- ! irg the toechere, into whose charge parents are In vited to eoromit their daughters. Bev. BASIL MANLY, J a , President of the lostl tnte. Is extensively known as the Pastor for fonr yews past, of the tint Baptist Church iu this city.— He Is a Master of Aits of the Unlv of Alabama; a gradnato of Princeton Theological Seminary, and has had much familiarity with the operations Of the higher Institutions of learning In our eoeotry. His undivided energies will be given to the Institute, and hie attention will be direoted not merely to the elseses which he may himeelf instruct, but also to the progress of every scholar, in even department of instruction from the highest to the lowest. Mr. R. P. Latham, of Colpeper county, a Master of Arts of the University of Virginia, resigned the chair of Mathemmtic#, kc., in the Colambi.n College, to accept the Professorship of Ansient Languages and Physical Sciencee in this Institute. Hs brings to his new position the experience of several years of previous occupation as teacher, and the warm recom mendation ol thoee with whom he has been associ ated. The ample and beautiful set of apparatus, which has been procured, will lend him unnsoal fa cilities fo r instruction. It is not surpassed, we pre sume, for practical purposes ef illustration by the apparatus o .any college in the State. Mrs. EdmaHolcombx, of the celebrated Institute of Mr. Bacon, at La Grange, Oa, and previously en gaged asa teacher for a number of years in Ixjoiii ana, will take cherieof the higher Engliih branches. Miss Elizabeth V. Nelson of Norfolk Va, was engaged tor some time as assistant of Mies Robinson, In her wall known school in that city. Her atten tion will also bo devoted to the English branches. Miss Jane C. Btamaxd has established a reputa tion in this city by the school foi young ladies, un der her own menagement, which needs ne com ment She wHI give instruction iu English studiee. Mademoiselle Min* Chollet, a niece of Prof. Arnold Ouyotof Harvard College, has enjoyed such a position, both in French and American circles, u to give her unusual advantages. She will instruct in French and German; and, as slid wbl inside m the Institute, every opportunity for acquiring an accu rate pronunciation and ready use of the l-'rench lan guage will be ail'orded to the boarders. Tha system of instruction will be practical, designed to lesdtbe pupils, even in the earliest stages of study, to use the language readily, and so, to learn French somowb&t asa French child would learn it. M. Joseph Michaeu, a well known instructor iu Modern Lansuacea, of this city, will give Itissnris In Spanish and 1 talian. Mr. John Dunuekuai.b, Organist of St. Paul 1 , and Musical Instructor in Mr. lingo's school for some years, has been selected to take charge of the Mii»i eal Department, and his long residence here, and eminent success, preclude any necessity for rtnigika. He will be assisted by his daughter. Miss Emily Dunderualb. She has just concluded a course of musical training under the celebrated Madame Se guin, by whom she is highly commended as compe tent to reflect honor both upon herself and her teacher. Miss Sallie Sully enjoy* the deserved reputation of being An excellent performer and instructor on the Harp, and will give legion* on that instrument Other musical teachers will be provided if nece*- ■ary; or if parent* prefer aoy other Profe*sor* of Mu ■ic. residing la the city, their services can La ob tained Mrs. Emily Grubb, formerly of Richmond, and re. cently of the Valley Union Seminary, Botetourt Sprint*, Va, will give instruction in Drawing, Paint ing, Ornamental Needle Work, Sic. Her ah ill in these branches, and her energy as a teacher, are am ply attested. Mr*. Georgian** Monroe, of Winchester. Va., ba* been selected as Matron. She has filled this im portant poiition with great succe** in other schools, such aa Miss English'*, Georgetown, and Mr. Baker** at Winchester. In fine, the purpose expressed in the ontaet of this enterprise has been ateooiiy kept in view—to have none but the very best tcachera connected with the Ins'itu'e: and no pain* nor expense has been spared, thst seemed necessary to attain thi* object. And, as the design was to obtain the bett teachers that conld be met with, from whatever quarter they mipht come, it i* a gratifying fact that *o many of ihe*e are from tbe South. I>EPARTMENIB OF INSTRUCTION. The course of study is extensive and liberal It is dr signed to afford to J unrig ladies opportunities for men tal training correspor ding to those which youug men exg->y in cur best colleges: only such modifications being introduced a* the different, though not lea* re sponsible sphere which a well educated woman must occupy, seems to demand. Jn the Preparatory Department, the usual English studies will be pursued 11 U proposed that the more advanced classes of this I) epartment may take the initiatory ateps in learning French. Thi* will give them a great advantage when they come to the mere scientific stndy of tbe language. In the Collegiate Department, which contemplates a four years' course, the higher English branches will be prosecuted, together with the Sc'ence* and Ancient or Mcdsrn Language*. To those who have successfully completed this oourse—including at least one other language. Ancient or Modern, besides Eng lish—a Diploma will be given, at the Annual Com mencement. In the Ornamental Department, Vocal Music will be taught to the whole rchool, a* a part of the regular course, and without any extra charge. It is relied upon as a valuable coadjutor ( in promoting cheerful ness. good order and health Instruction will be given on the Or«aa, Harp, Pia no and Guitar; in Solo and Quartette Singing; and in Drawing, Painting. Ornamental Needlework, Ac. BOARDERS IN THE INSTITUTE. The young ladie* who board in the Institute will he regarded as members of the family of the Presi dent, and will be expected to conform to such re strictions and rule* as seein required by this principle. It is deemed unneceaaarv, therefore, to prescribe any detailed coda of regulation* in regard to the conduct of the boarder*. They will be simply required to act at young la diet. Those who make the earliett application lace choice of rooms. Though they are all furnished alike, there may (till be some preference between them. Young ladle* (or their parents for them) are deaired to choose their room-mate*. but where no (election is made, the President will assign them. TERMS PER SESSION OF NINE MONTHS. (Half payable Oct. 1, 1864; the remainder March 1, 18. W.) PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. English Studies 630 00 French 10 00 collegiate department. English and Scientific Studies. $o0 00 Ancientand Modern Language*, each......... SO 00 ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT. Music—Piano, with dm of Instrument $70 00 Organ or Harp 10 00 Gaitar..... 60 00 Drawing, Painting, Embroidery. 4tc.....®20 to MOO BOARDING DEPARTMENT. Board, (fuel, light*, he., included) $300 00 Washing 90 Ou B7" No extra ehargea. Pupils provide Book* and Stationery at tbeir own expense. Ia case* of pro traeted sickness a deduction will be made for ab sence. HT Pampelet*containing the Plan of the Inititute may be obtained at tbe Bookstore* of Mauri Harrold k. Murray, James Woodbouse, Cha*. Wortbam, Geo. J. W. Randoloh,.A. Morris, W. A. Batten aod Kaowie* fc Walford. W Application for ftdrniuloD, or inanities in regard to other parrianlan, rosy be addreaaed to R«t. Baiil Maul*, jr., President of the Institute, Rich mond, Va. j. b. JETER, •e 11—dtl4oe President of the Troatee*. MB. TINSLETf'S BOARDING AND »AT-BCHOOL roa YOUNG LADIEB -The thud KMlon will commence on the first Monday in October, and close m the lest Friday !■ June follow ing. Instruction will be given in all the branches of • thorough English education, together with Die ancient and modern language! and oinde. Circulars. Jf 1 ?* k6 ;« 5, u ''ora'ahed upon applies •'•n k» letter, or at his r* tide nee on Grace, betwe* n sth and 6th streets. M |9_2w* REM (fvTL. Kir. J. AMBLEE WEED'S ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL. rfHE duties of this School mill be re- X- tutued on Monday, Sd of October, in the lisbt J-°mT / f ool^ the Ute residence ef Robert C.Njcbolar, Esq., center Marshall and 11th str. ss a—ret IV.A CAIUJ.-MK. CUAKLES t\ B VmHu tSS hCT aUT *>>U rHXTI end r mSS&isussus: iiVix ltchm«wd end rielntty, that he la now pr» • the n-ndnwee of the left at (*• wtfy» «• JMi MUSICAL CABD.—Mra. A. B. 8. in# COLE, dengbter ef the late P«of. Oliver 111 Shew. ufciega Bmltcd naber of the to/rof*?le^l W>bb, «f toMoa, Md Other dl*ttagai*hed teachers. octe" * *"* *'"" - em ■ ••'-■IIPIM ill Ail MJMi R. H. L, TI«H£S CLA«ttICAj* A*D t^'SXsssiSssf-"**" a^tAfggia: 3^ssSßsaaaas''« ta * Ttiw: Forsontor CWm sad Msfbe—tlx, y«ra» ForJSK *& fcl £:'• ggfcfc popart—*. .7..*4 a* •« «^^»eS3 l So«j»*'£»*• J* VhikVjii *4 Jfc* —■*• oc 2—2ir MIBS BMITH'B SCHOOL FOR YOUHO LADIES. rTTOE WTenth session of this School will X commetee on MONDAY seat, on Fourth, bo tween Franklin and Grace streets, aad bocontiaued there one month, whw It win be removed to the very pfe«ssnt aad convenient Boon* on Oraoo street, ChwSh" 61 h - ■*« , F oppoette Centenary HORACE P. SMITH, A B- a btether of Mies BBWSr eo * D * "M* tb * School ao Asso tiui: Jofluh Branches..., .990aad 840 Primary Department $30 Langaages ...,|9# each Instrumental Maatc—Prof.ssor*' prices. Drawing, Embroidery, Ac.—Extra charges. » oeal Mas c Ueght without extia charge, oc 2—lw . FOUSHEE STREET ACADEMY, rocsHxx st. »rrw. gxacz ahdmoad. J. B. BUDWELL, Principal. THE next Session of this Institution will A. commence on Monday, the 2d day of October. The Principal will be omitted by two well-qaaltfied Teacher*, and the Course will embrace everything taaght in the beet Academies. The Tuition 1* from •32 to *50 par session. Modern Langaageaand Higher Mathematics, extra. For particulars »ee Circalara, or inquire of tht Prin cipai, at the corner rf Draco mud Adtmi«tf. References- Professor* Geesner Harrison, M. Scheie Ds Vara and W. H. Mcttuffey, University ef Xl *e 15-la FRENCH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES. PRIVATE LESSONS. MDE MONTHURRT has the honor to • inform the poblie that he will mnne his Course* in the above languages on the first Monday ui October. Application may bo made to him at American Hotel, or at his rooms on Bank street, over Dr Gooeh'sottice. Pro*'. De Mont hurry, wishing to molt* himself (greeable and useful to the Students, take* the lib erty of calling their attention on a language to which they havo for a length of time appeared indifferent, but toward* which they eeem on a sudden to have felt themselves attracted:—he means the Spanish Language. Tho relation* of thi* part of the country have be come eo frequent with that of the South, that Ame ricans have had a better opportunity of hearing and appreciating the beautiful language which the Em peror Charles V. had termed lit for the god*. There is not the least doubt but henceforward the Spanish wilt become even aa the French eiiential to good and finished education, whilst, on aeconnt of tho Intimate connexion existing between the United States and tho formerly Spanish Colonies, it will prove a* use ful in business transactions (especially for the South ern State#) a* It will be requiaite in polite and fash ionable circles. sel4—lm LANGUAGES. —Tbe subscriber gradua led at the University of Warsaw, will commence on the Ist October next, a new course of Instruction, lu the fallowing Languages and Literature: German, Polish. Russian. Greek, Hebrew, Chalda ic, Rimchti, ai d the Rab:Talmnd. His plan of instruction is according to hi* own sys tem, and has been successfully pursued for the last six years. Private Lesson* to suit the convenience of learn! er». Ladie* and gentlemen desironsof learning any of these languages, are respectfully requested to m&ks early at plication, that they may select and be certain of their hoars, at the bookstore ef Mr. J as. Wood house, Richmond, Va „ „ - SAM'L M. LASKI. N. B. All Language* are tanght to write, and par ticularly to speak. TESTIMONIAL : Mr. Laski, ha* exhibited to me abandant testimo nial* from most respectab:e sunrces, of his-good cha racter and accomplishments as a teacher of languages; and as sacfa, 1 take p!ea*ure in commending biui to the confidence and regards of the citisens of Rich mond. Rev. CHS. H. READ. Richmond, Va , July 12th, *54. references: Rev Dr. Moore, Rev. Dr. Howell, Dr. McCsw, Rev. Mr. Woodbridge, De Vo*», Esq., Con*ul, Rev Mr Cummings, Dr. Peticola*. *e 13— lm RICHMOND CLASSICAL AND MA- Afc THEMATICAL ACADEMY, on Eleventh, be tween Marshall aud Clsy streets, Rletimond, Va — MONTAGUE A BA9SETT, successors to Dr. 8. Maupin—The next*essloaof this School will com mence on the Ist Monday ef October next. The course will be of the moat liberal and extensive cha racter, embracing Ancient and Modern Langvages, Mathematics, Chemistry, Natnral Philosophy, be sides the usual Kngltsh branches Tbe (abscriber* pledge themselves to uss their ut most exertions to maintain the hitherto Ugh reputa tion of this institution; and hope, by a prompt and xealou* dlacbarge of their duty, to merit a continua tion of the patronage whish has been so liberally be stowed up*n them. Terms—Senior Mathematics and Classics, 960; Ju nior do. do., $50; Modern Languages, by Moos. Mi- CHARD.each, $20. Payable invariably m advance. The Preparatory Department will be continued un der the ebarge of Mr. Taylor Martin of this sity, with the supervition of the Principals. Fee, $30. Mr. M. can bo found at the Richmond House, where he will be happy to receive any communica tions. MONTAGUE A BABBETT. a* 12— 1 m* EIGHTH BT. ENGLISH SCHOOL. t SHALL resume school September 18tb. This i* the 12th year 1 have taught school, aod my fifth on Bth street, a* teacher of the Eaglith Primary branches— Reading. Writing, Spelling, O SO" grsphy, Arithmetic and Grammar. During Si thi* time I have been liberally patronized. I now re sol'.ctt tbe uoe favorable consideration; premising tbe deepest interest in my pupil* morally,religiously and intellectually, that they may4e&Te tny influence, wiser, better, steadier boy* than they were when tbey came to me. I issue minute report* of prograaa and of con duct, which til parents should scrupulously examine and corrpare together as they come in at toe close of every week. Tirmi—#B per quarter. Entrance alway* for the whole session. U. p. TAYLOR, ae 9—ti P.ITY BPKIKGB INSTITOTE—By tbe yj R«v. WILLIAM LOVE. TUtXS: Classicsland Mathematics (Senior Junior DflpartmeDt....,.,„,,, #t „ Mf , MMMMM 50 General English Education.. * *« Modern Lanjmje*, (each) » oa th * en 'rance of the pa pil. the other let March. V Th * wUl *+09** the Ist Mob day la Oeto ber. at 9A. M. >j» tm np HE FOURTH SESSION of Miiis ~ TAZEWELL'S SCHOOL will ro rnrienfn oa the first MONDAY in October. Every arraacement ha* beea made to Insure to tbe yeaog ladles the most thorough Instruct!oa la every department. TERMS'. (Payable semi-annually, ta advance ) Board, per session (tee omaha.) $200 Higher Engluh Branche* 40 Primary do do 90 Latin and Preach, each 30 Mostc— Prafoewmf fees. *e »—»•» L. S SQUIRE'S ' SELECT CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, Corner of Main and Firtl Utreeis, BICHMORD, TA. THE Eighth Session of this Institution wIU coaamaaee on the 85th of September, TERMS, PER SESSION: Jnnior Eai115h...... .......940 Senior English, it beginners in Let 1 * M Letts, Greek, and higher MatheeaaOet........... SO Modem Laniaegea, (hyPvoC i Michari) each... » Drawing (per o>ane «f M Imm) to ,h |V|KS. PELLETS ENGLISH AND ITX PREWCH BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL. !ii *'&'&• *** 9f *• D * ,*o»Tfiu«tir sea,»iU ■fytngiad/srTaa—, lae«ta one veer writs t£e Preaeh aad tyqplsh Las* Por Awskss £wt m—m roußts «iii .to