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'Hat«rihi» p.litrara- JSL **• "r 1 * Z Leived a* a matter of course, and without a (!• grateful bow or amlla. We go as I Tar « any U io reepect for woman. We aw In favor of , ielding to her the aid< walk, the pew, the aeat In the concert, the car. the omnibus— very thing.. fn short, save the breeches. Sor do wa insist upon ,*y acknowledgment In return, save that which courtesy would dictate, and which gentlemen ~laced under similar obligations to gentlemen, uni formly pay. There la one mode, however, of tes. tifying their appreciation of the uniform politeness of the male sex which the iadieaof America might appropriately adopt, and which we would recom mend to tb« consideration of such of them aa have not yet given it their particular attention. It is simply that ladies should extend that cour tly to each other which tbey themselves receive from the rougher sex I Heaven forbid that we Khould venture to Insinuate that they, who are the objects of such general and rtlined respect, do not ulways yield gracefully to one of their own sex ! We know that many of them are too well bred, v» hen meeting another lady on the side walk, to refuse to budge a single Inch, and leave her to promenade in the gutter, or down a cellar door, aa may be the most convenient. The practiced eye of a gentleman detects at once the distinction in either sex between good breeding and vulgarity, by the graceful deference to others which persons secure of their own social position, can aiTjrd to yield. There is another feature of the true lady, which is an invariable characteristic of a pure and gentle nature. It is a disposition to put the best construction upon the conduct of otlier», having charity towards all, and especially towards their own sex. A woman who has acensoriou9 tongue, nod is fond of gossip ; who is ill natured, spiteful and vindictive towards her own sex, is, we regret to believe—a possibility ! Without presuming to deny that women are angelic beings—to the other sex—we should like to be able to believe that they are all (as oiany of them no doubt are) full of love and forbearance towards each other. St. Paul, who was a very considerable gentleman, as well as an excellent preacher, and who enrolled Courtesy among the Christian graces, mad* some excellent remarks on the subject of Charity, the absence of which, he clearly thought, could not be atoned for even by martyrdom, ani which he as palpably put atthehcadofaUChrhtiau virtues, as the practice of many modern disciples places it at the foot of them. Whilst, therefore, we do not think that the gen tleinen of the country require any exhortation re specting courtesy to ladies, and whilst we freely concede that true ladies are ever polite and consid erate to their own sex as well as to gentlemen, we are sorry to be constrained to confess that, in our humble opinion, some of our fair and delightful country-women might possibly add a finishing touch to angelic manners by extending to other la dies some of the graceful courtesy which they so uniiormly receive from the gentlemen of the land Completion or the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad —The Virginia and Tennessee Rail road was completed on Thursday. A glorification will take placa at Bristol on the 2d of October, the day after the arrival of the first passenger train A free barbecue will be given, and the railroad company has reduced the fare one half for the round trip. The frost —Tobacco Killed. — A telegraphic dispatch from Louisville, Ky., Thursday, says that a heavy frost had fallen in that region which se verely damaged the growing tobacco, and conse quently advanced prices. The tobacco on the flat land in Pittsylvania county, Va., was severely damaged by frost Tuesday night. The Danville Republican thinks the amount of good and ripe tobacco in that section will be small. There were Ueavy frosts in Mecklenburg county, Wednesday and Thursday mornings, and in Milton, N. C., and Norfolk, Va. In Charleston, S. Ci, the thermome ter Wednesday fell to 46 degrees, and passengers on the South Carolina Railroad and the Wilming ton and Mancnester Railroad report heavy frosts. Quarantine Removed—la conscquence of the appearance of frost, Thursday morning, the quarantine restrictions at Norfolk, Va., were re moved, and all the vessels were allowed to come up to the city. A Nkw Baptist Church near Princess Acne C. 11., is to be dedicated on the first Sunday in Oc tobar. Rev. Mr. Howell, of Richmond, officiating, assisted by Rev. Mr. Jeter. Dead. —The Danville (Va.) papers, announce the death of Capt. Jas. Lanier, for several years a representative fiom Pittsylvania, in the Legisla tare. Decline in trice.—The Warrenton, Fauquier, Va, Flag notices a decline in the price of negroes, and says that several sold to the highest bidder on Monday, at prices rangiug several hundred dollars below sums paid for the same description of ser vant! afew weeks ago. Singular and Frightful Accident.— A man named John Spicer met with the following fright ful accident in St. Louis, on Wednesday last: In company with some other young men he went out in a buggy, intending to go to Hyde Park, but when within a short distance of it he put out his leg. which becoming entangled in the wheel, and the speed beiug great, teas wrenched completely off at the knee. He was sent to the hos pital, but tnern are little hopes of his recovery. Hail Storm in mecklenisurg—Great De struction to the Growing Uroi's.—On Satur day afternoon last a portioa of Mecklenburg coun ty was visited by one of the most disastrous hail Morins, which ever swept over this region of the world. A strip of country running from Bluestone to Christiansville, and thence as far as Hepburn's in Lunenburg was the scene of the disaster. En lire tieldsof tobacco are in utter ruins, only enough being left to show tli6 extent of the injury. The calamity is really a most serious one under exist t ing circumstances. The com crops of this entire county are such complete failures, that the farm ers have relied upon the proceeds of their tobacco crops to buy them bread. This resource being swept away from thenj they arc left in a very un pleasant situation. Much of the tobacco destroy ed, was very promising. [ClarktviUc (Va) Tobacco Plant. Tournaments.—Three tournaments came off at and near Sheperdstown, Va , last week, one of them being a juvenile affair, attended only by boys and giris. PKtSIDEKTIAL Electokal tickets —Tickets have been formed in all the Suites tor Mr. Buchan an; for Mr. Filimorein all except Michigan,lowa, \V iswmsin, Maine and New Hampshire; and for Mr. r reuiuut in ali lhe tion slarebolding States ex cept I ennsyivania ; also in Maryland. Kentucky. \ lrginla and Minwurt " Drowked —Those drowned by the npsetting of a ferry boat, at Chicago, on the J 9th instant ntnuVml* * carpenter; James Casey, i . ltc,n ' McDonald, James Maialey John Smith, uiachioUt, whose wife and family uit lit i e *^ e^ Ku " lknd ' for "»iscountry, on the lf»th Feren, Jeremiah talltkaji, and Jtrom Fltnoigiß. In the .TJw*!.* are 3(M 7 mU « of railroad .« ™J ' ~'4 ch nnmb «r more than half, viz: AJ42 miles, sufficient to eoctrele with its Iron bands the entire globe—hare been constructed in M,w aatry ' " ,th * "p"* l r unv vr* BALk °* thousand rLt'WKM, 25 «enu per Wtl. only. Tha mort COM the art ' ,"" parting fragrance and 1,.,...u, ,i .u. Tftß OIUYI OF PRBtnEHT MOl*rul—lW Hen York Times call* attention to the fact that the remains of President Monroe are Interred 10 a burial (round In that city, without a monument to nark bli resting place. He Ilea beneath a simple •tab, upon which la merely the Inscription —"James Monroe, Robert TUlotaon. Vault Ne. 147." There U nothing to Indicate that the Jamea Monroe men tioned la the Monroe who waa in the battle of White Plaina, and received a ball in hia shoulder at the attack on Trenton; who fought by the side of Lafayette at Brandywine; who was Minister to France in 1794, and afterwards to England ; who was Secretary of Btate in 1811, and for two full tirras President of these United States. Yet such li the fact, and that weather-stained slab of mar b'e, two feet square, Is all the monument that Ex President Monroe has. The Times states the fol" lowing additional facts: As Mr Monroe was a Virginian, It Is the supjKv sition of most people that he died and was buried within the Old Dominion, but this is an error Mr. Monroe, in his last days, resided with Bam 1 Gouverneur, late postmaster of this city, who married his only daughter ; their residence was on the corner of Prince and Elm streets. The venerable Dr. Francis tells us thst he often met Mr. Monroe walking out, when the weather was fine, and that on these occasions he was the object of the most sffectionate attentions. He has often met him, making purchases for the family, at Centre Market, where all the stsllmen knew and honored him. He was tall and spare, very modest in bis bearing, dignified aod gentlemanly. la bis address, be was hesitating and diffident, as polite to the poorest and humblest as to any. He was one of the most Industrious of men, a hard student, and his cares left their marks on his face. The wound that he received at Trenton was felt for many years afterward*—indeed, throughout all his life he occasionally suffered from it. His last illness was a long and tedious one. Ills attendant vras his son-in law'* family physician. Dr. Berger Ho expired at 101 o'clock on the morning of the 4th of July, 1831- lliß funeral was a very imposing one—the largest that at that time had ever been seen in New York. The military, under General Jacob Morton, Grand Marshal, filled Broadway from Prince to lJroad street, through which it passed to the cemetery. The day vras fine, and the signs of mourning were generally adopted by our citizens. The vault in which his dust still lies, is on the east side of the cemetery, just to the right of the main walk as you look in from the entrance. The passer by will no tice a small pole, on which a dove house is perch ed. Within a yard of that pole is tho sacred spot. Mr. Monroe shares even hia grave with another man. He had no wealth when he died, and in his death no tomb of his own. f£rj Large Decline in Provisions —Letters from Cincinnati advise of sales of city cot bulk shoul ders at 6t cents packed, and that bulk sides are ofTered at 7.70 to 8 cents packed. Sixty days since bulk shoulders were held there at !i cents, and sides at Hi cents packed. Great arp the fluctuations in the provision trade. —Louisville Journal of Tues day. Valuation or Boston.—The Assessor's valu ation of Boston this year, presents an aggregate of $248,000,000. The gain of valuation in the city since 1646, ten years ago, has been one hundred, million dollars, an increase which shows most con clusively the onward progress of Boston. This vast sum of $100,000,000, says the Traveller, is more than the entire valuation of either Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont. The President's Visit to New Hampshire. The Union announces that President Pierce is ma king his arrangements to leave Washington early next week, and he expects to reach Concord, N. H., by the 2d of October, where he will spend ten days or two weeks in giving the attention to his private affairs which an absence of three years has rendered necessary. As the Union makes no mention of his purpose to go by sea, we presume he will take the usual land route, passing through the Northern cities. Hon. Albert liust, of Arkansas, is in Loudoun county, Va , ou a vi*it to his friends. Speaker Banks spoke from the steps of the Mer chants' Exchange, New York, Thursday afternoon. Senator Douglas, it h said, is shortly to be mar ried to ala dy of Washington city. Commodore Stockton and P. J Clarke have been nominated Fillmore electors of New Jersey. Hon John Bell, of Tennessee, has accepted the tonder of a public reception and dinner, to be giv en him by his political and personal friends in Nashville, on Friday, the 2Gth. DIED, On yesterday, at 12 o'clock, of typhsid fever, SUF FRONIA E FORI), oldest daughter of Hezekinh sod Elizabeth Ford, aged 11 years, 7 months and 13 days. The friends and acquaintances of the fimily are in vited to attend lier funeral, from Oregon Hill M E. Church, to-morrew morning, at 11 o'clock. "l>ife is aspan, a fleeting hour — How soon the vapor flies! Man is a tender, transient flower, That e'en in blooming dies. Ye mourning Saints, whose streaming tears, Flow o'er yeur child, en dead, Say not, in transports of despair That all your hopes are fled. Hope looks beyond the bounds of time, When, wliatvou now deplore. Shall rise in full, immortal prime, And bloom to fade no more." * On the JSth inst., MARY J. HOBSON, in the23th year of her age. Her funeral will take place from Clay street Chapel, this moraing, at 10 o'cltck. Her friends ate invited to attend. * OFKiNINIi lIA V.—The tmbttcribern are now prepared lor the Kail trade, and solicit tha ut.tentiou of purchasers to tha large and varied stock in store. BUsINESS SUITS.—AVe have the greater as eer.rnent of Business Suits ever shown by us. Almost ekery color, and certainly perfect in style. Call and look at them Gentlemen! FINK CLOTH COATS.—Both B!a-k find Color ed ; alfo, tine Fancy and Bmck Ca-simere I'auts, toge'her with Silk and Velvet Vests, both Black and Kancy. assorted in style and size, to suit the tasts and proportions of our customers OVER COATS AND RAGLANS.—A necessary garment for the approaching season, and noticed thus early, merely to advise ihuse interested, that we have the several articles in this line. for ta'e cheap for cash. GROSHONG 3t TUPMAN. se 27 110 Main street. l/NUl.lwii Plj\Tlii POWDKK, tor clenu ing Silver. Brass, Gold, and all kinds of Mstailic Ware. Price i 5 cts. per box. For sale at LAKI..KV Si ROBINSON'S New Drug te 27 Store, 4th and Franklin sts. ipOK OlftAubs UK THh, Vol CK A.M» 1 RESPIRATION. ESPIC'S FkCTOhAL CI GARS, the celebrated French remedy; Sirop snd Pate de Nafe d'Arabie, genuine Pastilles de Paris, and other approved French preparations, for sale at LAIDLEY At ROBINSON'S New Drug se 27 Store. 4th end Frankhn sts. iiltK OLD iIKV.M) Y WANhs, Selected expressly for Medicinal purposes, and believed to be fully equal to any in this uiaiket. For sale, in all quantities, at LAI DUE V it ROBINSON'S New Drug se 27 Store, 4th aDd Franklin s's. MfciiCUAlVrH • MKitOIIANTs !: -Visit ill* this market, are most respectfully invited to call and examine our large and fresh stock of Dry Goods and Carpets, at CASH PRICES. (Jreat in ducements are offered to cash buyers. The asiort ment is now complete. This morning we are open ing 1000 yards *-4 Dining Room Carpeting, at 25 cts per yard. CHAS A. GWATKIN, se 27 Opposite Exchange Bank. V AJiSAB will, tluriDtf »- the fir«t week in October, foim n Cl&ts for a COURSE OF STUDIES IN THE FRENCH LAN GUAGE. For further information enquire at the Virginia Honse, Grace street. se27—4t S'HALL PKOFIIS-QUIIJII HAhKN- All persons in want of Confsctionaries, Fruits. Nuts, Preserves, Citron, Ranins, Fig*, Pickles, An chovies, Sauces, Sardines. Catsup. Wines, Fire wrrks kinds. Sultana Raisins, Curiauta, Dry Ginger, Preserved do., Toys, Fancy Goods, Ice—call on DAVID N. JONES it CO., »e27 No. 7t>, Main s*. WK hnve on hnnd a very liirnti and abor ted stock ot School Satchells for young ladies, mi»«es and boys, which we wilt sell very low for cs«h. Also, a largi stock of School Shoes of evaty kind, for young ladies and misses. C. 8. MAURICE, ae 27 Metropolitan Store, Isi Main at. MAIiKTAPK SILK. VK»T». --tterelred IT* by the James'own. an additional supply ot Kan cy Silk and Veivet|V'eef», some very desirable stjles and patterns. Cau andaeleet belon? they are picked over HENRY SUAKKR, se Tl Corner Main and 14 h sts. HliAt'iUitU. — Take a Utile, 17 thesis* of a pea, pat on yonr boot, coinmiici brushing, and i* a* instant yoa have a brilliant pol ish. . It remiss its lustre and keens the leather soft. In stone barrels— price 25 cents a barrel Sold by »e 87 8. P. «KMPLB. »>2 Msin st I 1318KK.-1 hiiveoa haud h Inrgf ushoi t ">eotot I.UMBKK, of every desciirticn, such as White Pine, Poplar, Maple, Ash, Hickory, Walnut, Cherry, Spruce, Klooiins, and Soant iDg, to which I invite the attention of those in want, promising to give satisfaction to all who nay ftvor me with a call. , EHA'D P.. DUDLEY. ' *** »S 19th »».. between Main and Franklin. A'd*.' * t'U. have teia*v ad to No. 101 i Main street, where they are pre -1 KoNN*TS° W * U * MJ of R'BBONS imd telegraphic wbws. BR PORTS D FOR TR> PIBPATOB, Cram Kmwna. / Bt Louis, Sept 26.—Dales from Weetport, Mo, to the 19th teat-, aay that Governor Oaary, with several companies of dragoons, bad goa« In p«r sult of Gen. Lana, with the Intention to arrant him If In tha Territory; bat It la supposed be hu gone to Nebraska. Tha Southerner* are thoroughly organizing for the election on tbe 6th October. TkeLaMOi the Pteamer|Nlaß*ra—Farther Particulars MILWAUKII, Sept 2f>—The loat steamer Nlagia ra left Collingawood, with 179 passenger*; about 100 were saved, and SO or 60 are (apposed to be lost. "When two hoars oat from Sheboygan, in a gale, she took fire, and In a few minutes the whole boat was in flames. A keg of powder also exploded, scattering fire in every direction. The Ore Is believed to be tbe work of an incendiary. Tbe passenger list was lost, consequently it is impossible to tell the names of tbe lost. The steamer Traveller went to her assistance. The following passengers are among the saved: JTarvey Ainsworth, of Royalton, Vermont; J B Curtis, of fitnben county. New York; Henry Luce, of Washington city ; J Locke, of Waterville, Vt; Henry Locke, of same place; Dr S H Allen, of Concord. N H. Hugh Kennedy lost bis wife and daughter. Wad A flair. Philadelphia. Sept. 26 —The Argua of to-day says that Hon. Lewis C. Levin, formerly repre sentative in Congress of the Ist District of Penn sylvania, and a prominent opponent of the late Fillmore and Fremont fusion in this city, was taken to the Insane Asylum this morning. Fatal Accident NKW YORK. Sept. 26.—Georjre Steers, the emi nent ship builder, was thrown from hia carriage yesterday, and killed. Republican Ticket Id Marylnml. Baltimore, Sept. 26.—The Patriot of tbh after noon states that tbe Republicans of this Statohave nominated an electoral ticket. The electors at large are F. P. Blair and Wm. Pinckney Ewing. The Canada'# IHallM. Boston, Sept. 26 —The Canada arrived at her wharf this afternoon. Her mails will be dispatched g o uth by the early morning train. Re-Nomination of Speaker Banks. Boston, Sept. 26—Hon. N. P Banks has been re-nominated for Congress from tbe 7th district of this State, by acclamation. BPJbCIAii JNOTIOtiS. P|P" The funeral of Mrs. REBECCA POE will be preached TO-MORROW MORNINO. at 11 o'clk., at the 2d Presbyterian Church, (Rev. Dr. Hoge'i.) The fiieniia of the family and the congregation are respectfully invited to attend. PT Horsra nt Auction.--Particular at tention is requested to my sale of Horses, this morn ing, commencing at ltf o'elock, at the Central Depo r . sa 27—It THO'S W. KEESEE, Auct. rar Auction Notice.--The attention of country Merchants t-nd the city tiude, is solicited to our stock sales of Watches and Jewelry, this evening, commencing at 7 o'clock See advertisement. se 27—It LARU3 It SHINE, Aucta. fy Religious Notice.—Dr. J. Dn-Vnl, of Petersburg, will preach in Sycamore Meeting-House, TO MORROW (Lord's day) MORNING, at II o'clk., and in the evening, at half past 7 o'clock. The public are invited to attend. * f-jr- The Hon Jno M Bolts, will hpenk in Petersburg, THIS EVENING, at7so'clock. An extra t:ain will leeve tho Petersburg Depot, precisely at 6 (rix) o'clock F-re for the round trip, #1.25 (one dollar and twenty-five cents ) se 27—It* WSpecinl Notice— E. 11. Cook it to nsk particular attention to the sale of Kurniture. at the Carlton House. 12;h street, near Ist Baptist Church, this day, at 10 o'clock. se 27—It Fall, 1856.— SpleniHd Wtock —THOH. R. rRICE U. CO. have opened the richest and most extensive sssortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods which they have ever exhibited to their friends and the public: Elegant Siik Robea. Do. Valencia do. Do. Figured Mouselaines. Do. do. Cashmerea. Do. Velvet Cl^ks Do. Colored and Black Cloth Cloak*. Velvet Talmai —Misses. Cloaks—all stvles. Rich Brocade Silks. Do Plaid and St'iped Silks. French Merinos, (all colors ) Splendid Mtire Antique Robes. Black, Figured anrt Piain Si:k.«. Cloak Cloths and Velvets. Embroideries in every variety. Hoisery. Gloves, Mitts. Shirts, Flannels, &c. And in Servant's Goods, such as white snd co'ored Blankets, Fulled Cliths, Sattinetts, Sheep's Grey. Caroline Jeans, Lindseys, ic.; the greatest Stock tney have ever had, and oliered at the very lowest rate*. ALSO, Curtain Materials of every kind; Brocatelle; Da mask; Moreens; Lace and Muslin Curtains; Cornice; Loops; Bands; Gimps, ic.. ice., which will be sold as low ai such goods can be bought in the largest mar ketsiu the country. T. R. PRICE & CO , se27—lm R9 Main afreet. MARINE KBWB fORT OF RICHMOND, September 26. HICR WATER THIS DAV AT 3 O'CLOCK. ARRIVED, Steamer Pocahontas, Jones, Baltimore, indza, Lud lam It Watson .Schr. Andrew Armstrong, Cannon, Petersburg, lumber, Whitlock it Son. Schr. Elizabeth and Eleanor, Grant, New York, hay, M. Downey, and Edinond Davenport It Co. »>chr. Oakland, Free, James River, wheat, Haxall k Co Schr. Porter, riiillips, Alexandria, coa!, Virginia Towing Co. Schr. Barnsgat, Fitchett, York River, wheat. SAILED, Schr. Wm. Gregory, Bucklin, Boston, mdze, Robt. Rankin. Schr John Warren, Lozier, New York, coal, W. D. Colquitt & Co. Schr. Mary Eliza. Snipes, down the river, light. Schr. Hanover, Whipple, New York, mdze., D. k W. Cnrrie. Schr. Hiixall, Winters, New York, mdze., D. k W. Cu'rie. nchr. John E. Adams. Tyrer, down the river, light. Schr E. Nickerson, Nicksrsoa, Boston, iiidze., D. it VV. Curne. New York, Sept. 24.—Cleared, schr. Charlotte Ann, Smith, Newberu.N. C. Arrived, schr.Senitor, Anderson, Richmond. Halifax, Sept. 17.—Arrived, schr. Beverley, Max well, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Aug. 8 —Arrived, biig Abbey St Eli zabeth, Phinney, Norfolk Uth-Brig fam'l Church man, Leary, Richmond. 11th—Schr Juniper, Letc* vre, Norfo'k, and Sarah Hammcnd, Gross, Richmond 7ih- Sailed, ship Canvesi Back, Ciark, Hamplun Roads. Philadelphia, Sept. 24.—Schr. Charles T. Ford, Fountaine, Hamilton, N. C. 24th—Arrived, steam ship Pennsylvania, Richmond, in 57 hours. rpllttKK FEK. DKNT. 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Co Bradley J L Barnes T H Blair Albert Barker Jno Butler Thoi Brown (agent for Bottom L M Boxlony G B Row it Co) Butler Lafayette Brooks H VV Baker B K Brooki Oneckey Browning H P Bethca col B Bottom M L Black Jas Bowers M M Berry Phil Brown David Booker R T 2 C Capps, Allyn t Caatleton Rev T Clarke J W Rose Crump R A Claxdy J Cocke Chas Crandol R Y Coleman Dr J C Cameron C E Coiway Thoi Cash J B Carter Chas Ccl Fee Thos Carter J W Crighton David Chamble Thot Crowlei JVV Cameron E T Crittenton VV A Cnfbons Jno Crutohtield E H Clarke VV D Canarton Martin Currier F A Crowvill Wm Cacey Martin Claiborne Gilbert Curry VV J Chapman Chapman J C n D Davis Delaware Davis Peter Dahney H W Deioach A B Dunlop Robt Dobson H W Danfor'li C F Duprse I) T Danford E B Davis Dan Dumas Victor D iherty J L Davenport J T Drumright W P Draper J 8 Dngenhardt Jno Dunnawsy W T Davis M M Dugan Jne Dully Jas £ Elsmore T Elam Jos W Qam Jno Epps T C Eaves G W fflmore J H Erieweo col Jno Emrninger Chas Edwards Thos (»f Ala) F Fariel Fdw Frensley Jh 2 Fisher CCjr Feeley F Foster J E Fiaton J Fu lerAM Figg R B F.oyd Jno Finney A W Fisher master W Foster J T 2 Glenn k Davis Grundy T B Gilmon J T Gorman Richard Gates B J Gentry H C Gnnot Leonard GrubbsAß Gray Jno GibbsJ A Gordon Alex Gilmore Jno Goode Jno Graysaie Win Gibbons Henry Gentry J II Orecul Win Garnett Jas Ootz J P Graves Wm Gray H Goolsby JA 2 Gittiogs Wm 2 Gra«ty Dr J H GrsvimJno Griflin Wm Gibson Geo Graves J S Green 8 S Gresham E J Gross Jno Green Lewell Gaines C J Gowling Js» Harrison Wirt Harville J F Halahen Peter Hamilton W T Hefh Jno Hill J C Hunt W T R Halowall Henry Hurdy J C Hale W H Heine Fred Hampton Phil Hardy T J Henry J W Hall J K Hogan Tbos Holmes E A Hooper Jno Harris SM Harris B W Herbert Jno Harris S A Haughy Jas Ingersoll J L IniflerJas Jon«s W A > Jacobs Harris Jones SX Jeter W L Jones H M Jonrs3 Jefferson Thos James Hiram JoplinJasC Jackson T G Jones A L JettJ E K. Kelly G M Kahl Wm Kuran Thos Kinnark Jas King G P KemarW capt T KtnkerJ D L- LibbyAlex Larry Jas Lee J P Lee David Lynch Littleton Lace J D Langliorne Rev G Lock L H LnweUyn Jas W Lucadoe W Ludnatn J M Mathews E 2 Mullin T Martin J T Msnley C E Mason T S 2 Miller M B M< sely David »Morris Thos Maisch G Manning Dennis Murphy Thos Mattern J J Moseby Archie Mackey Walter Merryman Phil Macfee ED 2 Meson"W A Maxwell Dr P J Murphy Wm 2 Megorran Fat May heir Edw Moore W H Mr McDowell C M McFlrath Thos M&lovern Pat McNemere Jno MeMurray A McConliffs Pat McGillion Pat Woods McPbrrsoa Sam Nelson E Newborns J Newman Rev J Nelson F Neagle R Owen W W OSely Henry Out Isaae ' O'Dea Dennis O'Brien Jne O Neil Jas P—»| Pitman k Pace Parry R L Powers J L Ferry Hon B 2 Peatross S J Powell J T Powers O W Pulliun W E Puckett J Pickett G W Peasley Wnt Powell .lo« or Jas Fierce »no Perfater W R Payne Nli Union Peter B Rawlins C R Robinson B E Rando'ph Jno Robinson Erastos lie an us T M V Robinson .1 W Rock It Allen Kaedolph Wm Richardson B E RtI.yWJD Reiss J v Sanderson Wat Smith Mich Stores J** Stone Wat Salle Malay* Stevenson I C Smith A Bwesson Jno Simpson Jas 2 Sharp Baoj StoflkbrUge B B Scott J J, faith 0 H ihwr.)Ur fa- »■■... J H &= gk.~ BS£ Stiploa J L thaaka W A Schmidt Pi* L Smith 3 C Thorn- * Trl.r W R J O Tilmsn Stephen Thflmpson R S BQWW* J O Taylor H W Tstlor Wt, ToM Kayal Taylor Geo Toad W H Tnrner A 2 Theobald Y R (j y iTntonCOS V«a Bureu Jaa Vaatlß Vincent h Millar Vwaej J O Wh-ley R M Wood T E f Whiting Joa Williams Th* Whllloek B B Woodward J H Wild, VV m WIUU. It Ce Willi. .1 P Wtlllamnoo W B Waldrop A J Wood J W Whiting W N W.taon A F Woody J W Wslker Banj We son Sasn Walton Joshua Waeserman S y/. Your**r Vtt YerbyDrGT Yoan( Jaa Yacar O W Zimmerman Jno Inltin'a Railroad Hotel H 27—It THQB. B. BIGGER. P- M. SECRETARY'S,OFFICE BOARD OK TRADE, > Richmond. 27Ui Sept. 1856 ) ry A rolled Mmliit «f «•»« Wfff*™ will beheld thi. (SATURDAY) evening, atSo'cock. Member* are r#que«tad to be panctnal in tneir atten- G?e77-U T ° rdßr WM. B ISAACS, Bec'y. "T ATTKNTION. NATIOXAI, UIiAKU" ji Parade at Lafayette Hull, on MONDAY neat, the W 9th ln»t., at 1 o'clock P M.. in Ifoill Summer Im llfform With three ronnda of Ball Cartridges, for TARGET PRACTICE. The Hoe will be formed and Roll ca'led at a quarter to 2 o'clock. » By order of Capt. Bayly. . , ■e 27—2t* v - I'- FDRE, Orderly. _ ATTKNTION, PHfKNIX t'O , JB=9®r- No. 3—Attend a meeting of yo«r Com- P*ny at tbe Engine House, this (BA J URDAY) eveui-g, at 7 o'clock P. M., punctually. K» order of the Commander. se 27—It J NO. T. BLAIR. Sec'y. THIS EVENING. —Caoal Roat RICHMOND will portiveiy leave as above. For freight, apply te WM. P. COX, Agent, aff 27 It Dork street, in rear of Q»» House. ITZdrT FOB PM IbADE U'HIA TWICE A WEKK-The A No. 1 Steamship VIRGINI A, Captain B. RntiMi if now ready to receive Freight, and will leave on MONDAY, September 29, at 3 o'cloek P. M. For freight or passage, having superior accommoda tions, apply to H. E» TUTllji l ., 5»27-2t Rocketts. is\ /"\ F«»lt BAl.K—Tbe LIBKKTV <S[y4 I #J HOUSE, on 18th street, between Main and Cary streets. vS«|pr Bar Room ani> Fixtnies complete. Apply at the house. 3I * *7—St 7j[ MOORE'S PREMIUM HAT ESTABLISIIMENT. Those in went of tip-top HATS, ere their tafte can be gratified at the PKLMIUM HAI STORE, No 2«7 Broad street, where can always be found the meat durable and complete assortment in the city. My purchases are necessarily large, to sup ply the increasing demand for the present popular Hats which have been introduced this Kail. My assortment of CAPS for gentlemen, youths and bays, and my cbildren'a and misses' HATS, CAPS and FL ATS, are full and well selected. My stock of Ladies' and Misses' FURS is full and very fine, comprising all the various styles. In fact, my stock is very large and well selected, ol all articlea belonging to my business, which I will sell, wholesale or retail, at the very loweat prices. Country merchants will do well to c*ll and exa mine my stock before bujirg. Call at the Premium Hat Store. 207 Broad street. ' , RICHARD MOORE. P. S.—Fatimade to order, at the shortest notice, Warranted t,o please. se I*7—lm GAITiiRS ~We have a inr«o :i»- of Mins' Gaiters, which we are selling very low. Also, Ladies' Gaiters, of every description. se 27 C. S. MAURICE, 151 Main »t. ©FUH KHMT-On Union JUIII, a com fortable tenement, suitable for a cousiderable family, containing < rooms,with basement, coal, (tore roam, ic; attached, and a well of escu - lent water on the premises. Rent per annum $120. Possession given Ist oi October Apply to gft 27—ts JAH. IM. r ART^R. EVV HAKDWAKKUOUsJi -RUUttlU' J. DENNY b»g« leave to apprise his friends end the public that he htsjost opened in tlw newly fitted up and conveniently arranged s'ore. No. 210 Main street, and nearly opposite the new Custom House, a fresh and complete stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns and Edi:a Tools, purchased upon the most fa vorable terms, acd embracing the u«ual variety of ar ticles fourd in such an establishment. He respectfully solicita a share of patronage, prom ising tbat his prices shall be as low as ha can afford, and that every effort shall be used by him to give sat isfaction to those who may favor him. It is his intention to keep on hand particularly, a food aasortment of house keeping and Building Hard war*. Orders from the country shall receive careful and premot attention. a** f—l'" NHW PKRiouit'Aii BII»INJSSA:: NEW YOKE LEDGER, FLAG OF OUR UNION, BALLOU'S PICTORIAL. WAVERLEY, TRUE FLAG, PRIVATEER., Itc., for next week WEEKLY HERALD, PORTER'S SPIRIT, POLICE GAZETTE, N. Y. CLIPPER, ic.. for th is week, and The NEW YORK. DAILY PAPERS, tvsry mor ning, can be had at GENTRY'S Perodical Store, Broad street, corner of B'h. A new beginner,—give him a trial. a" 27 — It* At'AKI) TO TilK LAIUKS-fllimSatt FLoURNOY wi-ibes to inform hor friends and eui omers that iho has removed her residence from Broad to Main street, a few doo-s below Ninth street, nearly opposite Corinthian Hall, o»er S«mt,le's drug store. where shi will still carry on DiIESS AND CLOAK. MAKING in all its branches. She respect fully solicits a call from the ladies. t<o pains will be spared to fit and please all who may favor her with iheir patronage. The fashions will be received monthly". so 27—3t* AUKnIKAKLE PAILU Putt S>ALK --- A valuable Farm in the county of iieniico, situ ated eight miles below the city of Richmond, adjoin ing the lands of Thomas Goodman, Nancy Galhright, Ricfcard Frayser and Sally Hotson. Iho location is very desirable and healthy. The farm contains 200 acres, H'O of which is cleared, in good heart and tin der a good fence, the balance heavily wooded. Upon the piemises is a large bed of rich marl, of easy ac cess. The soil is well adapted to the growth of all the crops raised in thi« section of the country. The inprovem- n'.s consist of a good dwelling, with all necessary oat houses, an orchard of tine young trees, and a good spring near the bouse. The abova prop>-rt« is offered for sale privately. If not disposed of before Monday, October 6th, that being Hetrico Court day (in which event due notice will be given,) we will proceed to sell at public sue tion, in front of the County court house, at 12 o'clock. The attention of farmers and wood-cuttors is pa;- ticulaily requested. Terms accommodating. se 27 BAKER fc PLKABANT*. PttKUVIAN i»UANO.«-L.nndii]g from the Dock, in new bags, very dry. and superior qua ity, being part of a cargo jost a-riT«H from the 'bircha Island*. E. H. SKINKER k CO., «e 27 59 Cary st. 'I'*) UUUNTKY iHHKt HAMS.-Jn»tTe~ * ceived, 100 cases of Clocks, of all styles ard patterns, which we will sell to the trade very low t > close. se 27-ts LARIT3 fc SHINE. t'AHPKTS. HVUS, &C--JUHI rccelvetl > from New York Carpets. Russ printed Boeking, fce. C. HARTWELL fc Co PLAII) MiIAWLH.-iiDDg itnd Mqunre Flaid Shawls, in good assortment, for sale by seV7 C. EURTWELL A CO. 11A1K OYK—ltaiciielor'u Hair l>yp is 11 'lie beat. It chtntes iostantsn vusly ihe hair, whiskers, er moo it ache, to a beautiful black or brown, without injury to the akin. Kull directions with each box. For sale by DUVAL A NORTON. ae 27 Dnigtiats. 10<h erd Main a's. T»«MATO CATSUP, Ott (IALIFIIUNIA A SAUCE—Being a choice coinpoond for all meats. Soups, Fith, 4 c., a supply freshly made, and said to be su|>erior to the Worcester Sauce. At DUVAL A NORTON'S se S7 Drng Store, corner Main and 10th *t*. INUKLIBI.S iIHKb of sUTeresi kind*, ■ with or withoat the preparation. For sale by DUVAL A NORTON, ae 27 Dreggis s. 10th and Main sts. |_> L'TTKK. Hl 'fTKH-.Trn ke«a prim* • " fresh Monotain Batter just arrived, and lor aale. Also on hand a general <seortment of family Groce ries, carefully selected. For sale low for cash. L.T. CHANDLER, No. 10 Franklin street, Old Maiket. P. S. All goiods sold will be delivered punctually, anywhere in the city or suburbs, free of clmrse. se 27—lw« L T. C. NoflUE -C'AMFIKt.U atlll cootlauea to manufacture kis very celebrated and deH»htfully flavored SODA WATER The Water being tiitareo, renders it pure and freedom all animal and vegeta ble matter. Ihe subscriber, being the oldest Mineral Water bottler in the eity, feels aseared that the article be is bow furnishing is unsurpassed by any estabiithmsnt either North or South Those in want of aNo I ar- Ocle. would do well to give <n« a oat I. IV- Phiiedelphia Ale aad Porter supplied at short Kasssr w \2StB&aBb!BX won ABC, Boa 4M, .ieh"^^ W* 1 ! t, !Ptl* w * « l '« !W.c=r ' ' <«ri»t tht.fctwy neaaoe, ro M*iiv j„ 5? I *' manofaetory. Nob* wm) •Dpi* nctot Z »"% DAVII?ft. ■ Main atr#»*r w™ T« HlkK, f.r ▼▼ thle year, a (errant woman .rcnrorn "to ts, doty of* »mtl| family, a ,hort dUtanee uTLT-"* trr. Alto, three men to work an the farm ilff the ofllee of the America* Hotel. M WAN T. K ".-ALnily «r experience l~ Teachin*, and who can furni.h e'ond.nTttJi menial* ae an Inetractrew, detirei a »it nation it echool or prWate family. A plaeYl a th.,!,. '* 5 g«ga? fcSft'LKayAr r^jr or three yeart' experience in tbe Oroeerv >».< n Goodi bniuHMa both in eity and country ?be W T i reference* given. if required. Addreai " H Ln » through the Richmond P. 0.. bo* 431. n 28-Vt«' W "'to w*om Y .uti o "^S' ; ra-nt will be furm.bed, and liberal wi7!!.LL P i ply to JAMES DOHERTT »e SB —3t Pan-Maker. Peter»bnr». V« VVA*TKI»-~An l J'H«»I,WTKKK»r«, D rf„ TV MATTRESS ranker. Apply to HOWkVy nitnre itore, between 9th and lOch ita on Main "" ■e 76—3t* iD k\/-A NTKlJ—Flve Journeymen af i ifiT" *Y MAKERS, to work on m,„.; W " ted > b " WK-" C. g MAURICE'S. 1,51 Main « \yANTKI>~nKAY HRIV KK.-T olor^ » * prefered, and nne nccnatomed to th* C n« a ply to WOMBLE It CLAIBORNE ,e H*. 11 Pearl ttreet. \*7ANTJB»~MINKK».-I with t. >v good white MINERS and Underaroand LAB«> RERS, at the Coke Mine.. 1 UABU " »e 9—>» JWO J. WERTM. Art. ANTKD -Thirty TRACK LA V KKi7» work 40 miles from Richmond, on ton Ri c ™ mor.d, Fredericksburg and Potoroae B '.ilroad Am»iJ to WM. N. BBAGG » e 9-t' Bnp't. wANTJ£I>~To hire far the halnnrc „f th " year, a few able-bodied NEGROES, for sor face operation*, at the Coke Mines. my 27—t« JOHN J WERTH. A«ew. -A SITUATION „ B HolT » f Keeper, by a gentleman from the South Suf is factory reference g'ven «» to character mid cation*. Address T., box 359, Richmond, Vs. ■e 2-")—6t* ANTKII—A White or colornl HU.H AN lo assist in Cooking and housework general!} in a very small family. For such ihat cm coin# well recommended, sood wage* will be|>aid. Aorty at HOWE'S Furniture Store, on Main street hetwi*' 9th and 10th at*. se2s-3t» Y*TANTKD— A liounekeepfr at Hunover i" Academy. None need apply unless wall rt . commended. Addreaa ae w L. M. COLFMAN. Taylorsvilla. W A NTUD--A situation n* FAItiH »IA>A GER for the ensuint year. I have h»en doin< business of the kind for fifteen yeara and flatter my aelf to understand the business perfectly, and can give a pretty good character a* a Manager. Any oco wishing such a p*raon. will pl»ase cail on Col. 8 S. Myera, at the Broad street Hotel, for farther parti - culara. ae 18—ta WANTJi W.—All thone anfl'ering Iran Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, lie., to procara acme of Richardson's Wild Cherry an! Rloodrour. Candy. This ia a vegetable cotapound of eishc well known remedies, for the cnre of Pulmonary Com plaints. It softens and loosens all obstinate obstruc tions of the Throat and Lunzs, allays, soothes and heala all irritaticu or inflammation, and imparti a heslthv. natural action to the Lungs For sale J. J Richardson, Confectioner, corner 13th and Carr street, and by Adie St Gray, Meade & Baker, Laidley Sl Robinson, L. B. Thomas, S. M. Zachrisson, J YV. Pollard. 17th street, and A Bodeker. au 28—lm V * WANTKI) UIJfKDIATKtY, FIVE HUNDRED YOUNG MEN. t,' lip) ,erve in the UNITED STATES MODN 'T w *t* TED SERVICE, in Kant, it, Xtbratka„ Calif.-raia, Sew Mexico and Texat. Pay from tl2t.i *24 per month, according to the rank and capacity of the soldier. Horirs, accoutrement* clothinjt, f«!d, and medical attendance, furnished free of charge — No deduction of wages on account of sickness. For further ioformationr»pply at the Rendezvous, Frank lin street, opposite Metropolitan Hall, Richmond, Va. »l I —dtlO* AMUSEMENTS. f J>HEATKE. KUNKEL & CO Lessee* and Proprietors. JOHN T. FORL M*na«er, I Also of the National Theatre, Washingtoa, and the Holiday Street Theatre, Baltimore. | T. F. MOXLEY, Acting SATURDAY EVENING, Sept. 37th, The great Drama of the SI t X DEGREES OF CRIME Jnlio Mr- Boniface. Charles " Hamilton. Michael " Adams. ■ Mad Ducet Mrs. Muzzy. Louise Miss Devlin. To conclude with the SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM. Dickory Mr. Jefferson. RT On Menday, "TilE SitA OE ICE." ADMISSION—Dress Circle and Parquette, Wets, (no extra charge for reserved seats;) 2d Tier Boxes, 25 ctg ; Galleries 50 and 25 cts gy Box Office open from 9 to 5 o'cleek. tW Doors open at 7; Overture commences at quar ter before 8 o'clock preciselv. "Ti IttLli AT TIIK VIKUIMA UOl St, &W on 6>h street. TUESDAY, September SOth. «r Gentleman and Lady, $1. " LOST. DUE BILL •* Wm. H. for if 24 37, dated in Mty lait, payable tn 4 month* with intereit. The 6nder will be*uitably rewarded by le«vingth<» '\T£-K ' ° mCe ' K. STRAUS. Of T -Ou nunday, tb« 21st inet., a S>il»« «" Lever WATCH, with the lettera A- C w. en graved on tbe baek Th« find»r will be liberally re warded *»y leav'n* it at t hi* office. "I UKAVS, ATTKNTION :~Pnrnde In £ front of the City Hall on MONDAY next. Sap., fflahh, at 3 o'clock, P M., in full Summer aoiforro. lii Arm* and accoutrement* in order for impaction By order of Capt Kllioit ip 2.=>_4t WM IRA SMITH, id P»rit. /'HHISTIAM He UTHWIP WMM"' \.y nounee to their fri»ud* and tbe public that they are in rcctipt of their Kail Stock of Good*. compri sing pl.intern' goad*, auch aa— , u . Blanket*, B*tineta, Linaevaand foiled Oloin« Otnaburg*, Flannel* and Sheeting* Dies* Good*, of the neweat deiigiu and ityl«*i luc aa — , Rich Silk*, in Robe* and other deilgna Printed and Ombre Shaded Ceehmeie* *nd Mouie lainea Plaid Merinoa and V'alenciaa Shawl* — aijuare and long Scotch Plaid Stella and Printed Caahmerea , . Black and colored Thibet and Crape Scarf*, In rlcn Brochi and Cashmere . Cloak*. in rich Velvet, Moire Antique and I lam and Kaccy Clothe Kmbroiderie*, in Lace, Muslin. Cambric an.i I White and Black Crape, in aetta and *tng!e-*oai« very rich • _ . Cm tain Material*, Laee and Muslin Curtains Mara-illee Quilt*, Table Dauiuaka, Napkin* •»« To* ellinaa _ . j A ao Carpetings, from the beat i.B|tUah and Amen can manufactureia—from low priced to nneat Unpen* Aa we atill continue to aell good* eotirely oni the eaah system, we confidently invite purchasers to examination of oar poola and price*, beliavte* » both will be found aatufsctury. .„, ap CHRISTIAN k LATHR9P. „ 2S ftO Main *tw t. TO be r*- 1. ceived at the office of the City , t 12 o'clock M.. on TUESDAY nest, the Mm In*,'• « tbe ereotion of an Eniine and Station House on . site of-tbe preaent Engine Houaa, at tie co'»« Marahall street and Brooke Avenue . . Protocol* will be received lor tbe retire wort. eluding takieg down the old house. or tor tbe work end carpenters' work »e»aAtely. . P>ana and Specification* ol the abjve wor* examined at tbe olttee of the upderaigacd, woe further information can he obtained. By crder of tbe Cemmittee _ , ae iff—td W. PILL, City C. W. HILI.MXN. * " * fcHlU.**"- (J W. IIILLMAA A. CO., ao W» New Yo»k Agent* for tbe sale of \ I*GIN« MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. . t Liberal advance on annsiantuaßt* so*'-" MISS TA/.KWKLI.'H sCMOOL. UrnrP ST**«T, ItTWIIR 7TH ABO • tH.—Tb« •>*»" •eaaion of tbla School will oouimeuoe i>« tbe hrst ll ' of October, and eloee the first day of J»ly- , « Mia* Teaewell will be aaeiated by • f® atU * H who** aitaimoenta and experience tender bi» * °""_ aidecable acquiaitioo te tbe tcbool Any_ o*®*' , •ired information will be eowuinnleeted through c outer*, wbicli can be ebtaleed on application. Teraaa, payable *emi-«nnually in ad venae; — Piimarr M do £ M Anoieet end Modern Language*, each., " Mutic and Drawing, Profjaaw'* fcce. ae *>—i«"