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THE DAILf DISPATCH
TkwwUy <W*W .*»
•? Financial and CommerclaL
lelee in Hew Y#rk 1 »w*»7~of • 4 >* W V *~ *' *'
The New Tork Joamal of Commewe of Moada,
There l»Meetive demand tor
oftater**tarehf»herthMoar<|Bourt«»* M|dor< lh#j .
?■*« find" A<H .r ;£££*" ******
price* are generally below the doein* rate* oi inier
|0H; Pari*sl7|®s.ls.
The following ia a summary of the New York Ban
etatement, for the w**k ending Saturday le*t:
_ «I(T7 931 7P7 »1,060.49*
'K »<•**
«■*»"«»
Deposit*, M,730,804 *",«»
The Bank of the Old Dominion, at Aleaandria. hat
det-rmioed to estabii.h a branch in Peembarg, Giles
cootitT, wit* a capital of *75 MX) The following
centlemen were then choien Director* of the new
Branch Bank, which i* to be opened forthwith, viz:
Albert J. Pendleton. Jo*. A Feck, Hugh Woodram,
Jamee W. English, Ja* D. Joht*ton, Guy D. French,
Ueorge D. Hoge.
Richmond Market*, October 8.
FLOUR—No *alea and no offer* or advance* from
either buyer* or sellers.
WHEAT.—Arriv*la limited and market Mil, at
former quotation*. Good to prime Red $1.40®14?>;
good to prime White *1 s<V3l 55.
CORff—7o®7sc. per bushel.
By Telegraph.
NEW York, Oct. 8 —Flour firm and unchanged.
Wheat firm and unchanged. Corn better. Mixed
67; white, 75; yellow, 71. Stocks lower.
Richardson & cow
CARPET, OIL CLOTH
AND CUKTAIN WARKROOMS!
NO. 95 MAIS' STREET.
We have determined to confine our sales in future
to the goods a« indicated above, by retail; and having
arranged our entire and conveniently fitted store for
that purpose, ara now prepared to exhibit the largest
and most complete assortment of
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Curtain Goods, &c.,
ever seen in the State of Virginia, and but rarely met
with in any one establishment in the United States.
importing d.rect from the English manufacturers,
and (election with care, in person, the beat American
fabric*, we ahali at all timei be prepared to furnish
promptly ail article* pertaining to our business, and
relying on the citizens of Virginia, North Carolina
ana Tennessee to sustain us in our enterprise, assure
them we will be content with moderate profits.
It 1* our intention to keep our stock supplied
throughout the year with the latest styles of fashion
able goods in our line.
We now invite buyers to examine our entirely new
»tock,Vhich embraces a great variety in pattern* of
Velvet, Tapestry and Brussels Carpeting
Three-ply, Ingrain and Venetian do
Velvet. Ckentille and Brussels Rug*
Door, Parlor and Chamber Mat*
Satin, Worsted and India Damask
Satin and Fi«ur«d DeLaine*
Brocatelle and Turkey Red
Muslin and Lice Curtains
Cornices and Bands for Curtain*
Cord, Tassels and Gimp* do
Window Shades, all *tyl«* and qualities
Piano and Table Cover*
Worsted Fire Screen* and Foot Stool*
Crumb Cloths and Bocking
Booking for step*, new article
Floor Oil Cloths; Table Oil Cloth*
Oii C'oth Rugs
Stair Linen; Stair Rod*, tic.
When furnished with diagram and measurement of
room or ha'l, we will superintend the cutting of Car
pet* and Oil Cloth* to any pattern.
se 30—3 m* RICHARDSON t CO.
rff i mum, mi i ANNUAL EXHIBITION
OF T H E AGRICULTURAL
nrrw tm vt ■ socleT y o F VIRGINIA.-
Notice is hereby given, that members of the Aricul
tural Society, who may come over the route of this
Company, between Washing! on and Richmond, on the
occasion of the annual State Fair, which will com
mence on TUESDAY, 23th October, will be allowed
the privil'ge of returning free ; and a ticket to that ef
fect CEn be obtained of any agent ol the Company, at
the time of taking passage for Richmond, provided
the Society'* certificate of membership is exhibited
to *uch agent at the time of purchasing a ticket for
Richmond. • SAMUEL RUTH,
Agent Transportion.
N. B.—Ticket* not transferable, and good only for
the weekending Sunday, 2d November, 18.56.
Office R., F., lif K. R Co., ) S. RUTH,
Richmond, Oct. Sth, 185G > oc6 Agent.
iUISSES' AND
fpgfcfc SHOES-—SOMETHING EXTRA. —By
the steamer from Philadelphia, we are iu
receipt of au unequalled stock of Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Gaiters, manufactured expressly for
us, comprising in part the following: Misses' Welted,
Foxed. Button Gaiter*, first quality; Children's do
Glove Kid Top, Button Gaiters, first quality, witn
hee's; do. do.Cloth Top, Button Gaiters, witn heels,
first quality; Children's Goat and Morocco thick and
thin Sole Boots, all colors. Also, a lot of superior
French Morocco Gaiters, for Ladies ; with hundreds
of otherstjles of Shoes, to be sold cheap, considering
quality, at the cheap Dry Goods end Shoe store.
oc7 MARCUS HARRIS,"IB 3 Broad St.
k2FL.KNIM« STOCK Of FALL. AisD
WINTER GoODS!—Elegant ladies'dress goads
of various styles; Stella, Cashmere and Bay State
Shawls; Velvet, Silk, and Cloth Mantillas; White
Goods and Embroideries in every variety; Ribbots;
Handkerchiefs; Hosieries and Gloves in large sup
plies. In men and boy's wear, such as Cloths, Cfttsi
meres and Tweeds, we have one of the verv best as
sortments Also, servants' goods, such as Blankets,
Linseys, Kerseys and Satinets, with a large stock of
Linens, Flannels, blch'd and brown Domestics. We
call the attention of el 1 in want of cheap goods, as we
are selling at very low prioes.
J. U M. ROSENBAUM,
199 Broad street.
Carpets and Bugs bought at auction, which we are
selling very cheap. Os 4
ANTHUACITK t'OAL.—SOTICK.-I am
now receiving orders, to be filled during the tall
months, for the best ANTHRACITE COAL'includ
ing White Ash Lump, suitable for foundries, and
Red Ash. suitable for cookihg ranges, grates and for
nuces. This Coal will be bought in Philadelphia for
cash, and delivered to purchaser* upon the same
terms, they receiviug 2 240 pounds to the ton, instead
of 19110, the usual weight from city carts. The terms
on which 1 propose to order Coal for parties, is to
charge them a commission of 10 per cent, on the ac
tual cost of the articlc, invoices of which will always
be subject to inspection.
Persons wishing to lay in their winter supply, will
find it greatly to their interest to avail themselves of
this opportunity, as their supplies will be delivered
•n arrival, from the vessels, free from dirt, and at a
saving of at least 50 cents a ton over the usual terms
•f tie trade.
Orders to my address, thrcugh the Post Office, or
left at my brother's Law Office, near the corner of
Main aud 12ri> streets, or with my brother, at Col.
Win. H. Brown's comptiug room, corner 13th and Ga
ry sts., will receive prompt attention
au22-2m WIRT ROBERTS.
PttKAT SALK UK DRV bIOODS—A
vjr LARGE STOI'K OF NEW FALL DRY GOODS
TO BE SOLD WITHIN TWO MONTHS.—V
COHEN, No. i 75 Broad street, oegs to anuounce
to the public that the constmt increase of his
business makes it imperative to have his present
store enlarged, and in order to have the improvement
executed as soon as possible, all the goods will be of
fered at sueh extremely low prices as to secure their
quick sales. To enumerate the gooas and their prices
would take too much specs suffice it to say that he
ha« in store an unusually large stock, embracing eve
rything in the Dry Goods hue, and hii facilities for
purchasing goods being as good as those of any other
house in the city Great Bargains may be expected'
Goods sold exclusively for CASH. oc 6 — 2w *
fivZl FOlt BALK -At the American Sin
/Wv bles, a fine pair of well-broke Bay HORSES,
quite young, and perfectly sound, and work
well anywhere. Apply at the American Stables tc
Mr. HI se B—ts
A tU. ANOKIMOM Ac CO.,
RICHMOND, Va.
Have removed to the new store, No. 101 Main
street, second door below 14th street, where they are
prepared to shew the largest assortment of
miN AND FANCY HIBBONS,
ever offered in this market. Also, a good assortment
of BONNETS and Millinery Goods of all kind*.
%u 27—tc
IOUN W. DAViKM,
isv£V&*J N AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
' BEOSVN STONE AND GRANITE.
MA 15 BTRKKT. BKTWKKW BTH AKD 9TH BTS.
_ MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD PIECES.
M**itfele7er*£ A To!'l \* w ■ nd
to-jjj ot „
— «»th and Broad sU.
*N M. A. LYONs uiVmcLT ' ■"•'•'■ted Mrs.
A*wß O M g -
SET
WATCHBS AHD JEWBLRT.
"X
fil of Eleventh end MaU Umli, w«»MH the
Agßtttention of (UKOfcn viiitivg the eity, tt
the fiict, th*t be gi*e* hi* entire attention to R'-'
PAIRING, escluslvely. Every description of
Watches, Clock* u< Jewelry, repaired ae well aw
on as moderate term* ae any other boa** ia the city.
Having had over twenty year* experience at hi* trade,
>oth in England and'the United State*, he 1* war
ranted in **ra ring satisfaction to all who may patron
i*e him. All he aeh* i* a trial.
WM J. BARTHOLOMEW,
Watch aad Cloek Maker, cor. Main and Uth •'*.,
*e 11—t* nearly oppo«ite the American HoteL
£t Mt.L HTO«'K OK WAWHW
JEWELRY AND SILVER WARX.--The
MS a aubaerilieri* now in receipt of hi* Fallimp
4HhI( ply of the above good*, to which he I"*'*®*
ttie attention of purchaser*. Th e assort ment em b r»-
ce* a great variety of OOLDBTUNE, MOBAIG,
LAVA, CAMEO, CORAL and PEARL BIUSABT
PINS. EARRINGS aad BRACELETS, with «*eiy
article naually kept by Jeweller*. . . a
Hi* .tock of watches i* l*rge. and h-hee' .e'fcted
with the great eat care, especially for hi* retail sales.
He keep* constantly on band a»
VER, TABLE, DESSERT, and TEA SPOONS. LA
DLES, FORKS, ice., all of whielh be will noil at I"!"'"
ee- price* for ejah. 87,
~S NOTICE —The Subscriber would
mutt respectfully inform hi* customers and
j the public generally that he ha* just reeeiv-
Jbjlt ed from the North a beautiful assortment of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY of every description,
which can be bought on a* iea*onable term* a* at ant
other establishment in the city. Please call and ex
amine. CHARLES L. \OEGELE,
Watchmaker, No. IJ9, Broad and 7ih street, .
Two door* above the Theatre,
And formerly next door to the Diipatch Office.
Repairing of Watche* and Jewelry dona at mode
rate price*, aud in the belt and most expedition* man
ner. *e 30—lm
& L.KWI 8 HYMAN,
Jft% IMPORTER OP
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
(Wholesale and retail. Mo. S3 Main atreet,)
1* now receiving a large and elegant assortment of
the above article*, and will off er thi* Fall the greatest
bargain* that has ever been offered in this city; and
to merchants who wish to purchase, he would inform
them that articles can be had in his establishment as
low as any heme in the Northern citie*.
Gold Detached Lever*, 13 Jewel*, $21 00
Gold Hunting do do SO 00
Do do Patent do do 45 00
Bilver Lever*, 11 00
Gold Guards, 10 00
Gold Pencils; Silver Table and Tea Spoon*
Gold Neck, Fob and Waist Chain* of variona pat
tern
Gold Lockets, and Jewelry of all kind*
To be had cheap, at the old established store of
LEWIS HYMAN,
M B—2m No. 98 Main ft.
MEDICINES.
LEONARD'S INSTANT HBI,IEF.—This
CELEBRATED COUGH SVRUP has the ap
proval of tUb Medical Faculty of Virginia. It has be
come a fftttHy medicine, and its fame is spread in a ! l
parts of the State as an instant kf.li£f and speedy
cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hoarseness, Itc.
To be had of Messrs. DUVAL & NORTON, L B.
THOMAS, W. P LADD. GRUBBS Si APPERSON,
LAIDLEY Sc ROBINSON. GEO. DOWDEN, S. M.
ZACHRISSON, ANDREW LESLIE, S P. SEM
PLE, L. B. WOOD, A. BODEKER, DR JACK
SON, CHAB. MILLSPAUGH, DR GARLICK, late
O. B. Hill, J. W. POLLARD and O. A. STRECKER.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Messrs. PURCELL,
LADD II CO., BENNETT, BEERS St FISHER,
ADIE k GRAY, P. JOHNSTON fc BRO, and of
THOS. LEONARD, corner of Clay and Adams st*.
HOMK MKDIIMNJJ.-i»IKS. DAWS'
ELIXIR cures Coughs, Colds and Whooping
Cough, and affords groat relief in Censumption and
most diseases arising from colds and neglected coughs.
The following are a few extract* from certificate* of
eitiien* of Richmond who have tested its virtues:
" By a timely use of it, I have no doubt it has saved
one many doctor's fee*. I know of it* good effect*
with a great many other than my own family."— Wm.
McCrery.
" I have u*ed it in my family for three year*, and
found it the be*t famrly medicine I have ever o*ed."—
M. A. Steicnton.
'• For sickness among children, nothing eaa be bet
ter."—M. B. Godwin.
" I have tried all the eongh remedies of the day
end have no he*ilation in laying that I believe Mr*
Daws' to be the mast valuable preparation of the kind
n«w in u*e."—Elijah Warren.
For sale by Mr*. A. B. DAWS, Bennett k Been,
Alex. Duval, Paterson 4t Jackson, Cha*. Millipaugh,
E. J. Picou A. Bodeker and C.harle* P. Yale.
JACKSON'S EXCKhMOK BITTEKS Is
peculiarly adapted, by it* composition, to every
disease of the liver and stomach which is produced by
our ever varying climate. In all form* of biliou*
diseases and Liver Complaint, it 1* one of the most
valuable remedies.
onlv by R. H. JACKSON, and for sale
by Druggist* generally je 28
H'OiliU KILJjISK—CIIIIJ-
T DREN C'ivY FOR IT!—This valuable and pop
nit- r preparation is recommended with the greatest
continence Past experience and test of years, hav
ing proved it to be one of the best, safest and most
retinble worm destroyers in use.
It is sweet and pleiwant to the taste, and is readily
taken by children. It may be given with perfect oafe
ty to the youngest infant, as it contains no Oil of
Turpentine or other nauseating drug, that
would be ar tto irritate or di»ord*r the system. On
the contrary the health of the patient is generally
beaefitt-d by its administration, even when no worms
exist It. is prepared especially foJ children.
Prepared only by E. J. 1'ICOT; sold also, by
PURCELL, LADU It CO; BENNETT, BEERS &i FlSH
er, wholesale agents, and by Druggists generally,
se 6—d3m
SAl>l> Li ii A .NO 11AKNKSM
if BUSINESS,
O? Batjg Slsookoe llill. Kichmond, Va.
The lubscriber having taken the stand re
cently occupied by Mr. C. Brown, on Broad street,
between Ist and 2d, would respectfully inform the
citizens of Richmond and vicinity, that he will con
tinue to carry on the
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING BUSINESS,
a::d will keep constantly en hand a eeneral supply of
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, Collars, ana every
other article in his line, and solicits the patronage of
the public and former customers of Mr Brown.
WM. A TRUEHEART.
N. B. Repairirg thankfully received, and executed
in the neatest style. oc 3—fit*
IS'OTiCK.-—Just received imd
opened, a complete assortment of SAD
iy 'Mjjjf DLE and HARNESS HARDWARE. I
ift also have on band every artiels usually
kept in a Saddlery establishment, all of which I bind
myself to sell at wholesale or retail, as low as they
can be purchased South of Mason and Dixon's line
Couutry Saddlers aresoliqrcd to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
ALSO, on hand, ready made Snddles, Harness, Bri
dles. Collars, &c., 4tc., which will be sold unsoally low
for cash. CPAS. J. BALDWIN,
oc 4—lm Franklin St., between 15th and 16th.
\*7INDOW SHADK I)KPOT, 5430 Jlroud
street.—l,ooo pairs ef those beautiful Shades,
only 37£ c., richly worth $1; Landscapes, plain and
fancy light Shades, 50 cents, well worth $1 50; splen
did vase Shades; gilt and Gothic Shades at half the
price they are usually tola at. Table Oil Cloths, all
widths, 25 cents up.
N. B.—Storekeepers and pedlars supplied, at New
York prices. Also, a nice assortment of Dry Goods,
Hosiery and Gloves at the lowest possible prices.—
Misses' Hese BJc.; Linan Handkerchiefs BJc.; Black
Lace Mitts l?ic.; Twisted Silk 37Jc.; Ladies' and Mis
ses' Belts 5c.; Ladies' Collars from 6{c. up; Under
fleeves 25c.; Brown Linen Table Cloths 50c.; Towels,
4-4 long, 10c.—with other Goods, which will be sold
cheap. Ladies will find it to their advantage to call
at the cash sure of M. GOLDEN, 230 Broad St.,
Jy 3 between 3d and 4th
S°^A.^ A T I£K lf * korcmi.AlN KOUN
T- 7 TAIN&.—Our Soda Water is nowin full opera
tion, and we will at all times furnish this delicious
and wholesome beverage in the greatest perfection,
with all the delicious Fruit and Cream Syrups, man
ufactured by ourselves from the real ripe frnits. Our
Apparatus is of the must recent construction, the
Fountains being lined with the finest WHITE POR
CELAIN, and the cooling arrangement, such as to
insure its being at all times lev-cool and pure.
Saratoga and Blue Lick Sulphur Water, kept con
stantly cool on the Ice during the warm weather.
MEADE h BAKER, Pharmaceutists,
186, N. W. Comer of Main and 10th street*,
ly 23—3 m
IV O NUKSINU .IIOXUKU should be with
in out the "MOTHER'S BREAST CLOTHS."—
They have performed many remarkable enree in our
city, and have never yet tailed te PREVENT the
Riuen Breast, or Mammary Abscess, if applied in
time. One pair will last a life time. Price one dol
lar, for which, and 12 cents in postage stamps, a pair
will be seut by mail to any part of the conntry. For
tele by the Agents.
MEADE II BAKER, Chemists,
186, N. W. ooiner of Main and 10th sts.,
ee 29—ditclm Richmond, Va.
I\!£W UAKDWABK HOUSE.-
KOBBHT .1 DKNNY
Ben leave to apprise hii friend* and the pub
lic tbat be has jaet opened ia the newly fitted
up *nd cuvenieotly arranged (tore, Mo. 20?> Main
■treat. and nearly opposite the ww Ctutom Home,
a fre*h and complete atock of Hardware, Cutlery,
Gun* and Edge Tool*, purobated upon the mo«t (a.
vo ruble Mima, and embracing the aiaai variety of ar
ticle* found in «uch an eatabliibmant.
He reapeetfoUv aolieiu a »hare of patrooafe, prom-
Uing that btk price* dial! be a* low aa be cAn afford,
and that every effort ahall be naad by him to cive aat
ufaction to thoae who may favor him.
It i* hi* intention to keep on hand particularly, a
JOMmwtmeitofliout keeping and Building Hard-
Order* from the country ahall receive careful and
prompt attention. ae 27— lm
U H-KOK'b PATb'iT FUKTABLK VI
II PU AND WINK MlM,.—Thi* Mill oomea to
M highly recommended, and we kave mm to be
" f be the be*t Cider Mill in ose.
Weaoiiolt order*. PneeMift.
BALDWIN. CARD WELL k CO.,
1* Main Kreet, Blchmonff.
fIDUCATIOIf.
O.T? SALTER, Principal.
J. fc. WILLIAMS, A. M, I
JOSEPH Ml CHARD, 5 A«l«tanto.
The feartb tsmiom of tbia School will oommenee
September 23d, end elo*e July 15th folkftrtes.
The course of studie* «HD ambries tho Conmom
English Brwek**, Matheaaatloa, Latin, Greek aad
the Modem Laaraages. „ , .
Tiim Payable ssml-annsally la advaaee:
Bealor Olaniaa ead Mathematics #80 00
J enter..•• #0 #0
Common English Branehea. 49 00
Ciinuj Instruction 95 00
Modern Laagaagea, each.. «... 90 00
ee B—dtf
Richmond vlahmical and MATH
EMATICAL ACADEMY.—The exercbe* of thi*
School will be resumed on the Ist October aent.—
Seieion month*
The aervice* of Mons. Bocnt.cn, as Instructor of
Modern Languagea, have been secured.
TERM*:
(Payable Semi-Anßually to Advance.)
For tuition in Latin. Mathematics aad English... *50
Do Greek, extra 10
Do either of the Modem Language*.... 20
For hi* qualification* as an instructor, the Principal
refer* to the following gentlemen among his patron*
during the part seasion: Gov. H. A. Wiee, Messrs. G.
A. Myera. Jno. M. Patton, A. R. Holladay, Geo. W„
Gretter, E. Fontaine. S. R. Price, P. R. Grattaa, Reva
G. Woodbridge, and J. Peterkin.
W. D. STUART, Principal.
"Mr. Stuart ia a graduate of the Virginia Military
Institute, and for three year* discharged with *reat
■atisfaction the duty of an Assistant Profenor of Ma
thematic* in it. I do, with great confidence, aay to
the patron* of hi* Academy, that they will find in
him a zealous, competent ane faithful teacher.
"Francis H. Smith,
"Superintendent of Va. Military Institute."
oc 3—fit
RM. L.. TIdHK'S SELKCT CI.ASSI
- CAL AND COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, ON
FRANKLIN STREET, ABOVE SEVENTH.-Tbe
duties of thi* School commenced with increased fa
cilities on the 15th of September, and will continue
ten month*in session.
R. H L. Tighe, A. M., Principal, Claoical and
English Department*. Mr. Samuel S. Carr, (a Muter
of Art* from the University of Virginia,) Mathemat
ical Department. Mr. William M. Fishb&clt, (Grad
uate of the University of Virginia ) Assistant in Com
m»rcial Department and Natural Science* Profe.-sor
Joseph Michard, French and Spanish. Mr. John A.
Calyo, Drawing. Tuition Fees from S4O to «60 per
session. French and Drawing each, #20 extra. Pri
mary Departmont for little boy* under ten yetrs of
age, tuition fee*
The patron* ofthe school, Rev. Geo. Woedbridge,
Rev. H. S. Keppler, Messrs. Wm. H. Grant, John
M. Patton, Wm. Marshall, John M. Royal), John
Grseme,, Wm. Palmer, George 8. Palmer. Lewis D.
Crenshaw, Corbin Warwick, J. Adam* Smith. Nicho
las Mills. Be?rs Jt Poind-xter. iic. kc oc 2—2w
MON. F. KM ION, of Paris, otters his ser
vices to the public as a teacher of the French
language. He will be happy to instruct private pu
pils; and to form classes fsr French conversation.
Mon. B. was graduated at the Universte de France,
and has been several years engaged in teaching in the
first literary institutions in Louisiana.
Applications may be made at his residence on Broad
street (Mr*. reliefs )
REFERENCES,
M.Louis Defau, President Louisiana College, N.O.
M. A. Boyer, New Orleans.
M. J. Denegre " „ _
M. Paul Arpin, Prof, of French Literature, N. Y.
11. Masseras, editor CourrierdesEtatsUnis, N. Y.
M. A Bolmar, West Chester. Pa. Be *5— lm
JJICHMOND MILITARY INSTITUTE.
REV. J. AMBLER WEED, Principal—Clatsical
and English Department,
MR CHAS E. LAUCK, (Graduate Va. Military In
stitute)— Departm't: Mathematics, Nat. Science,
and Military Taotics.
M. J. MICHARD—Modern Languages.
M. J. A. CALYO—Drawing.
The subscriber will commence the 4th annual
session of his School, on the Ist October next, under
the above organization.
In addition to a full Classical, Mathematical and
English course, Military Instruction will be given to
all whose parents my desire it. These will consti
tute a corps of Cadets, properly uniformed, and sub
jected to regular daily drill and weekly parade.
The uniform woin by the Cadets will constitute
their daily dress, and will be so planned a* to be at
once economical and neat.
The duties of this department will be so arranged
as not to interfere with the regular studies and duties
of the school, but will rather, it i* hoped, become a
stimulus thereto, as well as a powerful agent in pro
moting the health, manners and personal bearing of
the pupils, and the general discipline of the school.
A new building, embracing commodious study and
recitation roo-n*, will be ready for the opening of the
session.
The location (the brow of the hill adjoining the re
sidences of Mrs. Bruce and Mr. Seddon) has been se
lected with especial reference to the comfort and
health of pupils, being at ence retired and accessible,
with a free circulation of air, fine prospect, and spa
cious play-grounds
Terms as heretofore. Circulars to be had on appli
cation. J. AMBLER WEED.
au i9—2m
" I very cheerfully bear my testimony to Mr. C.
E. Lauck, a Graduate of thia Institution, as a faith
ful and laborious teacher. He has been engaged in
teaching for two years, and 1 am sure will commend
himself to those who may patronize the school in
which he teache*.
FRANCIS H. SMITH, Superintendent.
Va. Military Institute. Aug. 17. ae 12
wa '!'!> Al l. WiMVn IT MAY t oS
CST CERN.—Taken up on the Weatern Branch,
Jlrtabout the 25th of July, a colored man, who
jtt cilia himaelf DAVY TINES, about 26 yeara
i nff ■ years of age. five feet Bix inchea high, of a
dark bacon color. He pretends to be a free man from
Isle of Wight county, but having no papers he is be
lieved to a runaway. He has a pass, dated the 3d of
January, and aigned John Chapmun, which iaaup
posed to have been written by tiimaelf. Any infor
mation concerning him may be had on application to
the subscriber, keeper of the Jail of Norfolk county.
MARSHALL HUTCHESON.
se 24—6w Jailor Norfolk county.
i VIRGINIA AMD TKN-
SgpSgESKj NESSEE RAILROAD.—„VO
"=-** TICE TO PASSENGERS —
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. —On and after the Ist
of October, the Road will be completed to the Ten
nessee lice, and the Passenger Train will inn a* fol
low*:
Leave Lynchburg at 6 45 A. M. and reach Briato
at 6 P M.
Leave Briltol at 6.20 A. M and reach Lvnchburg at
5.15 P. M. E. H. GILL,
se 22—3 m Gen. Sup't.
vrat") 117 MAIN STRKKT. LIU
OP TAYLOR &TcO.havingtn-wM
W ken the atore formerly occupied by
James Evan*, have new on hand a large and splen
did assortment of CHINA GLASS AND EARTH
ENWARE, and are daily receiving new additions
thereto They are prepared to offer great induce
ments both to the city and country trade. Order*
■ent to them will be faithful',7 executed.
Mesara. Joseph Stebbins and F E. Hatcher, for
merly in the employ of Mr. Geo. J. Sumnar, can be
found at the above atore, and will be pleaaed to meet
with their o'd friend* and acquaintance*.
•e 24—dim
JMKL. THE MUSIC STORE.—P*
H. TAYLOR would remind hia
ff 11 fla rl If frienda and the public generally that
\1 VI w J il hi* store i* on Govemor street,
where mav be found PIANO FORTES, MELODE-
G'ITARS, VIOLINS, FLUTES and ACCOR
DEONS, Df the beat quality, and at the lowest price*.
He is sole agent in tnia city for the sate of the cele
brated Nunna it Clark'* PIANOS, which are not aur
paaaed by any other makers, and equalled but by few.
Also, Gale 4t Co.'* superior Pianoa.
Guitar and Violin STRINGS, of the best quality.
He has the largest stock of MUSIC to be found in
thia State, and ia cooatantly receiving the lateat publi
cation*, which he will aek at the most reduced prloea
and upon aa good terma aa can be bad elaewbere.
ty Pianoa tuned, repaired, and let on hire.
HT" Old Piano* taken in part nay for new one*
INSTKUCTIUn ON TMK
PIANO.—A young lad;,who has bad
considerable experience in teaching,
|( II I II V and can produce pnpiia that, in one
quarter, can play and *ing moat any ordinary piece of
muaic, wiahe* a few more acholara. At abe beraelf
received inatmction* from the principal pianlat of
Jenny Lind, W. M. Hoffmann, L*q- feela confident
abe can give aatiifaction to tho*e wna encourage ber.
Term* $15 per quarter of 30 leoona. Addreaa M. S.
A., box 567. poet office. jy 22—t*
CUICKKKINU'W PI.
ANO FORTES-To be had at Ne.
TrTTiuLgts^sr^ the Exehan « e
, . NATH'L CARI7SI,
)T H—Hfcwly gole Aim*
RICHMOIMU INOUJiAI. .lit
8881 SICAL ACADEMY.—The Juvenile
fj 1 H ri fl C'a«* of thl* Initiation will meet
» ■ ■ VI « THIS AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock, in
the Lecture Room of the lac Pietbyterian (Dr
Moore'*) Church, and regularly hereafter on VVtd
neaday and Saturday evening*, at the aame hour —
Term* for the aeaaien of twenty leaaun* per *eholar
•8.25. The adult claa* will meet on Monday and'
Thursday evening* at 74 o'clock in the lame room.
Term* per icholar, *525. it 1* important that the
pupil* of thi**chaol attend the firat ieaaon. oc 4-6t
n NEW DKUO STORK. -UKO. IM»W
-«»DtN, Dnutu. Operative Cbemiat and Pher-
Iff maceuliat, 175 Broad street, ha* constantly on
LA hand a treah and reliable atock of DrJnL>, "
fumery, Fancy Article*. Preicripllon* accurately
compounded day or night. M 12 3
.CTMWNB'IAIIK BKOUUKS*
Richmond-mad* BROGUES, for
■ N. DEVEREUX,
■*—dfcclm 184 Gary, betwoea l»th«ad 18th ate
education.
*BS CiAVS.a Perisiea lady «f j>a»
deaae In thia country, who will, withMado»oigno
Vtiui, have ebarfa ef the French Claeeee la their
youngladle* boarding to the honee. Thev fool *efe
?n saylog that the adtaatoee thus offered for acquir
■pea? her own language la a Southern then JaaHofth
ern city, or lew apt to do eo ia one *chool than ia
desire al*otoeall attention to the
Preparatory Department of their Institute. Pnpils
over ten yeara will be admitted, and eepecial atten
tion to tin* cla*«l« promised. *e 3»—Bt
W PKWtfLKI'OS'O KNUL.IBU,
O. Classical and Mathematical School, 4th
•treat, between Main aad FrankUn.-The next ses
*ion will commence 15th September and cloae 15th of
JU Te*mi.—Engliah branch *40; Higher Engltoh and
Language* $50 and *60, according to advancement.
oc I—2w
NGIjISH CLASSICAL AND MATHK
MATICAL School roa Yousg Ladib*^—The
subscriber will open a School for youns Ladie*, at Pr
Canthorn'* residence, on Broad *t., the fir*t Monday to
Octaber. In thi* *chool, which will be continued nine
month*, will be taught besides the
of an English Education, Latin. Greek.Matljemathic*,
French and Music The *üb*ciiber ha* had many year*
experience in t-aching,and *he flatten ber*elf that *be
can furnish *ati*factory evidence* of her quaiihca
tions and *ucce*e. She will be aided by compete"'
assistants. Term*, for En*li*h branehe* «40; for
Latin, Greek, French, Mathematica and Mnaic $50
to #60. payable *emi-annually in advance.
M. ADELINE CAUTHORN, Principal,
se 18—lm*
RICU.TKI.M) FKMALK lIJB*ATUTiI.-
The exerci*e* of the Institute will be resumed on
the first MONDAY in October.
*200 00
Wa*hin'f ■•••••• S ®
Tuition in Collegiata Department. «•
Tuition in Preparatory Department. » w
r DS . a *~. to™™
The large number entering the InKitute durini the
last session, (268,) has encouraged the Trustee* to
provide still increa*ad facilities; and the arrangement*
for initruotion wiH be on tho same elevated and libe
ral *caie a* the *paciou* and convenient accommoda
tion*. No pain* will be (pared to *ecure the highest
advantage* to the young ladie* w' > may honor us by
their attendance. _
. For catalogues, or further toformatl»n,^addre**
tv 23—dSm Richmond, Va.
MISS TAZKWKIiL'S SCHOOL, Grace
STREET, BETWEEN 7TH AND BTH.—The Sixth
session of this School will commence on the firit day
of October, and close the fir*t day of J nly.
Miia Tazewell will be assisted by a gentleman
whose attainment! and experience render him a con
siderable acqniiition to the School Any other de
sired information will be communicated through cir
culars, which can be obtained on application.
Terms, payable semi-annually in advance:
For Board •
Higher English Branches
Primary do do 30 JJ®
Ancient and Modem Languages, each UO
Music and Drawing, Professor 1 * fee*.
ee 27—lm*
MRS. B. J. DAHDEN begs leave to In
form her friends and the public, that her School
for young Ladies, on Shockoe Hill, Marshall street,
between 4th and Sth streets, is now in successful ope
ration ; and that she will be assisted by her husband,
the Rev. James M Darden, who, as well as herself,
has had much experience in teaching, and will give
special attention to the thorough Arithmetical (in
eluding Book-keeping) and Mathematical depart
ments.
ry She can accommodate a few mere Boarders.
Richmond, Sept 17, 1856 ee 18—lm
MR. LBFKBVRK' SCHOOL, Richmond,
Va.—The next session of this Institution will
open on the Ist day of October, 1856, and #lo*d on
the first day of Jnly, 1857.
Terms.—Board $200; Washing $20; English Tui
tion $40; Modern Languages, each $20; Latin $20;
Music on Piano, Harp or Guitar $80; Drawing $20;
Drawing from nature $40; Painting, water color* $40;
In ol! $50. Primary Department for ohlldren under
10 years of age $30.
Referenses.—-Patron* of the School; Right Rev.
Bishop Mead, Right Rev. Bishop Johns, Right Rev.
Bishop Cobbs of Alabama, Rev. Moses D. Hoge, D
D., Rev. T. V. Moore, D. D., Rev. B. Gildersleeve.
Faculty.—Hubert P. Lefebvre, A. M., Principal;
Rev. H. 8. Keppler,Rev. W. E. Webb,AM; J. P. Lit
tle, M. D., R. A Lewis, M. D , Joseph Miehard, John
A. Calye, C. W. Thilon, Miss Gordon. Mre. Taylor,
Madame Estvan, M'lle Lacy, Mis* E. Bartlett, M'lla
Villemet, French Governesa, etc., eto.
All letter* to bo directed to
jy7- 4m HUBERT P. LEFEBVRE.
MRS. <k MlsS ADA B. MINOR'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG
LADIES, AT THEIR RESIDENCE ON GRACE STREET,
between 4lh and sth, Richmond, Va.—The aecond
session of thii institution will commence on the Ist
day of October next, for one continued suasion, to
Ist July, 1857.
In the organization of this school, its Principal* and
accomplished Assistant, unite, with the fruit of their
own experience, the light and counael of othera emi
nent in the profession, and they intend it to afford the
meana, not only of a thorough course of substantial
instruction, but also of all the accomplishment! ne
cessary to a finished female education.
Neither in retaining their able and experienced
Assistant, nor in the selection of her fellow laborers,
cor in their other provisions, have the aubicribera
spared anything that may make their institution
worthy of the patronage of the community. Atten
tion will be paid to the manner* and moral* of the
young ladies at all time*, and a deep intere*t taken in
their advancement.
MUSIC, both vocal and instrumental,will be tanght
by competent teachers. The Harp, Piano and Gui
tar, all furnished in the family.
Terms : Board, $200; English tuition, $40; Prima
ry department, $30; Modern language*, each, $20;
Latin, $20; Muaic no Piano, $60; Harp, $70; Guitar,
$50; Drawing and Painting, $40.
References: Right Rev. Biahop John*, Rev Jno.
P. McGuire, Rev. J. Peterkin, Va.; Oliver White,
Eaq., Fleetwood Academy, Va; C. B.Gibson, M. D.,
J. Bolton M.D , A. Peticolaa, M. D., G. A. Wilaon,
M. D., Dr. R. G. Cabell, and Col. S. H. Parker, Rich
mond; Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, Hon. J. M. Clayton, U.
8. S.; Frederick Coleman and Beverley Douglaa,
Esq*., State Senrfb; O. M. Smith, Eaq., Lunenburg
county; ThoinarfrleM, M. D., Mecklenburg county.
MRS. JEFFERSON MINOR,
jy 24—Sm MISS A. B. MINOR.
SOUTHERN FEMALE INSTITUTE.--
The seventh session of the Southern Female In
stitute will commence on the first Monday in October
next.
The Boarding Department 1* under the charge of
D. Lee Powell, E*q.
TERMS:
Board, for 9 month* ......S2OO
Tuition ...............60
French, Italian, German, Spanlth, each 20
Latin .......15
Drawing from $20 to $50.
Muiic at Profeaaor'i price*.
Preparatory Department...........................40
Washing and Light* extra.
D LKB POWELL 1
ROB'T J. MORRISON, $ ™ncipals.
Addren, Richmond, Va % jy 21—ti
MR. D. TURNER'S SELECT CLASSI
CAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, MAIN ST.,
BETWEEN 3*d AND 4th.—The 13th Academic
Year of this School will commence on MONDAY,
the 29th of September, and cloee the 15th July.
Classes will be formed te meet the wants of pupil*
at every atate of their study of the Ancient and Mod
trn languages, the Mathematics and Engiiah
Branches. au 19—- dIOO
LS. SQUIRE'S SELECT CLASSICAL
• AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, corner of Main and
Ist (treets, Richmond —The 10th aeaaion will com
mence on the 15th of September, 1856.
Pkof. JOSEPH MICHARD, Teacher in Madern
L&nffu&ites.
JOHN A. CALYO, Teacher ia Drawing.
au 15—-ta
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.—.tIRS. BENNETT
will open a School for little boya the fir«t Monday
in October, on 9th at., between Broad and Marshall
She will givo instruction in the Latin language, if
deiired, and prepare her pupil* to enter the large
■cbool* for advanced boys.
Term* will be made known on application to her
at the residence of Mr. Jamea H. Gardner, on Broad
aa 39-1 m
2 000 0(H) , cl *r AK £- •« *" "»• «"t
w , /f rMt <l®alJ&oa and brands, con
■tan Jj on band. Cigar* of any diieription mad* to
?' d ' r . at . notice. Liberal discount allowed,
w noleaale dealer* and country merchant* eugbt to
examine my Mock and price* before parcbaalng else
where. H. C. O. TIMMERMAN,
Importer and Manufacturer of Cigar*,
• !> — Bm No- 177 Broad atreet.
D,GK * TK #KK*ugi-
V-> NKLX—An c«mbication ©f the purest
Chocolate with Lactate of Iron, in aueh a form aa on
tirely to diagulaa all tnete of the Irea, while at the
•ema time it* well known Tonic offset* are folly re
allied. It ha* baea u*ed with marked *aece«* by
many of Mir owa citizen*. When need, it i* pre
pared a* the ordinary chocHlata by belling with milk,
fee., and form* a meat nutritious and delightfnl beve
rage for peraoua *ufferli>g fr»m debility.
. „ „ MEADE it BAKER, Chemlata,
oc6-dlw 186. N. W. eor. of Main and 10th at*.
OAfIKKOM VUK9H KSKNVU AND
AMERICAN WHIT* ZINC, in prepared
On. For tale by WM. WIVTU.IT
°« • 1H Mala It, below Exchange Ruk.
SpSSS?®™®
aaU-ta JOfifif REDTORD, lap>t.
SHEhGBIS
largest sad moat «tt«n«tyo'PfPfQ&lSft'mTtrtofw
mgt faTorable gn g examine tho
aboveeplendld atoek (which tbey wlllfludcomplete
HU «d Cap M«f
to k
M go HoT» Main street.
jn MOORE'S
PREMIUM
HAT EBTAJ»L.IBH«KNT.
Thoeeia want of tip-top RATS,
their ta*te can be gratified at the PREMIUM HAT
STORE, No 207 Broad street, where can always be
foond the meat durable aad complete aaeortment in
the city My purchaee* are neceeearily large, to *up
nly the increaaing demand for the present popular
Hate which have been introduced thie Fall.
My aaeortment of CAPS for gentlemen jouthaand
beta and my children'* and miaeee' HATS, CAPS
and FLATS, are full and well eelected.
Mv.tockof Ladies'and Miaeee' FURS ia full and
vf*rv line, compriaing all the various atylea.
U fact, my atock ia very large and well ealectad, of
all article* belongiog to my business, which I will*ell,
wholesale or retail, at the vary loweat price*.
Country merchant* will do well to call and exa
mine my stock before buyicg. Call at the Premium
Hat Store. 207 Broad .treet.
f g Hat* made to order, at the *horte*t notice,
warranted to please. ae
1
™'c»^'s-??To T Rf I 'lSi
JOHN DOOLEY, 81 Main Street,
RICHMOND, VA,
WAS now ready for the Fall trade, by wholesale and
retail, the meat varied and exteniive (took be ha*
ever imported er manufactured.
In order that the requirement* of all hi* ou*tomer*
may be moat fully met—and to obviate the nece**ity
of country merchants and others going or sending
North for their Good*, he haslaidin an attortmmt of
every article in hi* line both home and foreign, for
Ladies' Gentlemen'*, Children's and Servanta wear,
which he could find in tho different market* he has
visited or communicated with.
To the getting up of Silk and other Hats in hi* own
manufactory, he pays the closest attention, and he
feels confident that few other houae* North or South
oau equal, and none excel him therein.
Hi* facilities for conducting hi* business being of
the most complete kind, all order* will be filled with
the createit punctuality and promptnes*.
an 30—t*
CO-PARTNERSHIP, Ac.
aaaociated with n* in bostoeis C. M. PLEAS
ANTS. The huainei* will hereafter be conducted
under the firm of VAN-LEW, TAYLOR & CO.
July 1,1856—Jy 3 VAN-LEW fc TAYLOR
CO-PARTNKit»HiP —The undersigned
have formed a Co-partnership under the firm
and style of JOHNSON k HARWOOD for the par
pose of conducting a Wholesale and Retail Dry Good
business.
They have taken the Store now undergoing a
thorough repair, No. 77 Main street, under Mr.
Whitehurst's Dagverrean Gallery, where they will
in a few days, open a large and choice stock of fitac
pie and Fancy Dry Goods, selected with great care
from the Northern markets, and adapted to the best
class trade, to which they Invite the attention ot their
former patrons and the public generally.
SILAS L JOHNSON,
so 11 WM. F. HARWOOD
FALL, ISSC.-~We are now in receiptor
our new stoek of Fall Goods. It comprises the
most attractive and commanding supply of
Dress and Cloak Trimmings
we have yet offered, as also a great variety of new
and elegant styles of
FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS,
and are constantly keeping on hand a most complete
assortment of Knitting Yarns, Cotton and Worsted,
which we sell with a small advance on factory priees.
Also—
Children's Woolen Hose, Sacks, Gaiter*
Ladies' Opera Hoods, Scarfs, etc
In presenting our claims this season to the patron
age of our friends and the public, we can assure them,
that with increased facilities, we have made such im
provements in our stock that it is second to none
North or South, in completeness and variety, and
that in all cases our prices shall be at least as low
as the tame good* are sold elsewhere.
HIRSCH it BOTTCHER,
se 24—2 m* 209 Broad st
LMKK AND MARINE INHVIUMCK can
I. be effected with the Albermarle Insurance Com
pany, on u favorable terma aa with any other compa
ny in this State, possessing a real cash capital to mast
osses. Apply to STOKES fc CO.,
Afta, Richmond, V*.
WM. T. EARLY, Prea"*,
JNO. WOOD, Jr., Soc'y,
Charlotteaville. V
IMKIHiUAHV OK TUK iUEUICAL COL
LEGE OK VIRGINIA.—The Infirmary connect
ed with the Medical College, located in the city of
Richmond, (comer of College and Marshall streets,)
i* open for ths reception of patients, throughout the
year. All peraons requiring Medical or Surgical
aid, except I he insane, and thoae laboring under con
tagious diiease*, are admitted into the Inatitutlon —
The accommodation* for the lick are complete.
The patient* are under the charge of the Profeaaor*
of the College. The attending Physician and Sur
geon visit their respective wards daily, and in caaea
of difficulty all the member* of the Faculty are call
ed in consultation. The charge* for board, medical
attendance, surgical operation*, qursing. and every
service rendered by the institution, are for
White Patient*. $6 per week.
Colored Patienta 5 " "
Private Accommodation* 7to 15 " "
Attending Surgeon* -Profs. Gibson, Pbticolas and
Wan fort».
" Physician*—TucKEn, Bcott and Con way
Resident Pbjsiclan—Marion How ard, M. D.
Steward—N. Turnley.
President of Infirmary—L. S. Joynes, M. D.
oc I—lm
HUG STORK FOR SALE.-The stark
and fixture* of a Drug Store, well located and
doing a good business, are offered for sale. Addren
'DRUGGIBT,
■e 23—t* • Richmond. P jO.
IYIOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS -We
i™ have juat received a large and complete assort
ment of CARPETING AND RUGS, which we will
•ell very low.
ae 30—lot LARUS k BWINE.
[YJOTICK.--Juat receivril. n lot of verjr
1 * auperior DRAFT HA MES, different from any
that have ever been in thi* market; for durability and
ease cannot be itupaaaed.
CHARLES J. BALDWIN,
Saddle and Harnea* Eatabliahment,
Franklin street, between loth and 16th ata.
«e 1 —lm
L'ALL TKADK.—Merchants vlaltlng tlilt*
JL city, will find at CLARKtiON it ANDERSON'S*
No. 106 Mein atreet, a large and well aaaorted stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, &«.,
at prices which must give entire aatiafactym. All
are rcqueated ta call anil examine, before purchaa'ng.
4VALUBLE FARMS »UH SALE.—I nru
authoriaed to *ell a valuable farm in Powhatan
county, 2 mile* from the Court Heuae, and 3 milea
from Jamearivsr, and 4 mile* from the Danville Rail
road, containing 6Ssliacrea; 250 acre* i* cleared, 60
acre* 1* very rich creek low ground*. The cleared
land i* divided in feur field*, under good fences, well
watered and in high *tate of cultivation; good Dwelling
Houae, Ice houie. Stable*, Tob*oeo houae and quar
ter*; balance in wood land. The barret and other
timber on the land will more than pay for the farm
A never failing creek ruin through the land.
ALSO.—A tract of 717 acrea, 4 mile* from Powha
tan Court Houae, and i milea from Jamea riven 400
acre* of which is cleared land; balance in virgin
growth, well timbered in pine and oak. Buildioga
goed. Adjoining the bouae is five tobacco lot* of 15
acre* eaeh, worth at leaat $100 per acre. Neighbor
hood good. The oleared land, a part i* in a high state
of cultivation, a* the preaent crop* will show.
ALSO.—A tract, 5m acre*, 5 mile* from Powhatan
Court Heuae, 250 acre* of which i* cleared; balance
In virgin growth, conciatingef good pine, »ak and hick
ory Umber. Building* good, including Stables,
Barn a. lie.
ALSO.—A tract, 565 acre*, ia Cheaterfield county,
on Swift creek, one mile above Martin'* Depot, on
Danville Railroad. There is on this tract a Gritt Mill,
in good o'der, 75 acre* fint quality low ground*, and
SSO acres wood land, well timbered; the balance of
the land ia in high state ef cultivation, and ia consid
ered the beat him in the neighborhood.
, ALSO—Several email farm* in the same neighbor
hood, which will be sold a bargain. Plats may be
seen at my store, and terma made vary liberal by
early application to . ALEX. NOTT.
ae 16—ta
FT7jjMB, «( die Old Medical
**«•»•. *• «1H anga*«d la treating ail aorta of Re
wot UiNM and hereoy Invitee a call from thow
who have boon nnh.nu.iate la their aaaoeiation*.—
Dr. P. weald pan eu arly invite a call from peraons
ta tha country ok, «u<e boon given op by their
phydeao* a* IncaraMe- Caeoe are few indeed that
cannot be reacne medicine when ewrectlv ap
plied. The artisla known a* the CHEMICAL EX
™A2L°X 'WWH'IOWEKI I* probably the
very beet thvag now before the pnbltc for renovating
aayatemahaUered by diaaipatien or other
remedy, called FRENCH
vl! 4 40<W of ***»»«» Cbnrcb^lUaL
!wSr*'"u - 1 «*»,;!•*
100
s®!6&ilps
wm ba " Tba tnZft X"J\ ••'«•
fooan dwelling aontain.ll scree Ji .!i *'»•
and wkb aplaaJM winter eropa «iC AwSSt-lfr
LugßrtL w£» wIU bapleaeedU.how eeyißtlL*:
nit r 1 *' *" H PKB j^tß
<ITtdhßr —
►S? JJSSiTH/*®?"" V?""* -
Broad, bet wa- »th and 21* *,
with tijht room*, roaeearion atrea the l« «? i '
oary. For tanna apply to f * of J »»-
L *ttggM߻v
J»B. Dtekinaon, an lltb ttre.t, between (J,*':*"
Cary, will be for raot next year. »
Ift January. Apply to i l **"
no« tf bajucbdalb It read,
00 *-~ tr *. «boekoe W*r«».r„L
M *»* kKNT -Tle sure >ni
JH on Main and 13th atraata, now occaried hJ^ r '
•■"•D. K. Grooma, at Saddlery. P0», e 2? 0 „ T ,. r -
November. No location in the city more d»«i«ki
Alto, P«rt of the .hop, on 12 th ,
Yarriogton'a Carpenter Shop. Apply to 0
oc *" lw * W. ALLKW. "ArW, »
MFOK UKNT-A Brick
Honae, with a brick kitchen— all tfc« m?,!? *
home; gai and hydrant, in complete ordSi- 00 '"
oated on 3d (treat, between Clay and Lei.h if rt *
Pocaeteioa given ontba In day of NorYmber
required, coold bo obtained aooner fr»m th« » lf
A. M. Poindeztor, the present oec«p.£ p
ther information, apply to Mr. Thomas NiJZ. '
«»« '; WoodhoaM * Co.r.tore "
Main itreet. ' '"•><
oe7 ~ 3t * C. M. NIMMO
for HK.XT—The e*celle ß t~iirn:
,t *® d,n * ®» the weetern aide of IW
■S-.treetand latefy occupied by Mr. John K M, r
tin, containing ten room, with fire place, and ill
convenience, fare genteel family lAUo, .eTeiallJd.*
zfmme^an
JOHNO^Jg''
SKOH KKM'-Two •«« biirk 1 urn"
ber hou**«, o« Franklin rtreet, adjoi*n« ,1.
Plough manufactory of Meiar*. Georse Watt i
Co. They thre® "one. high, exclusive of bw.
ment; suitable for Granaries, Grocer in Carriass rL
post tone* ic. Possession given immediatelv t..T.
liberal. Apply to MILES GEOKGE
os t—lm* Comer Grace and Jefferson iti
FOR RKNT *—A new brlrk Dwelling
houae on 25th street. Union Hill, containing 8
room*. Likewue a home on 7th a'reft gob
ble fora manufactory or Carpenter'* ue For terms
apply* •
oc 4—eolOt J. H. POTNDEXTPB
®I>KSIJtABLK VAMUV
DENCE, FOR RENT—The Dwell,n?on tta
South-aide #f Leigh, between 2d and 3d
and oppoiite the residence of Dan'l Traehart Esu •
lt|oontaina 6 room* with the tuual outhoaaea' kc-
Rent moderate.
ALSO—Tenement No. 3, Warwick'* Row t"i
4 room*. Kitchen, fcc. The property ha* jnit (n
put in thorongh order. Apply to
oc4—6t TAYLOR t WILLIAM!
*«>K HKNT- A dealrable reaide^
on French Garden Hill, containing nine room,
with large garden attached. Poaaeision aWen
lit October. Enquire of Mr*. DELARUE on tha
premiae*. , e 3o_ t ,
I ' l ? K It KJiN T ~:T w ®_? , ewly.ere7Frd
■B dwelling-hou*e*, on Union Hill, near the r«.i
dence of Mr. Edmund Steane. Each dweUk*
contain* four commodious room*.
Al*o, the brick dwelling-home occupied by the iob
•criber. It contain* eight room*, all in good ord»r
large garden, well of never failing water, and neccs
nary out-home* on the premi*e*.
For particular*, apply to
WILLIAM WHITLOCK,
*e 30—ta No. 33 Fir«t Vegetable Market.
OK KliiM'.-S lame and romlorln.
ble room* (in one floor) aud Kitchen, which to a
good tenant will be let at the moderate rent of
$10JO per month. If required, two more rooms can
be added, f oaaeuion given immediately. Enquire at
I. L. WEIL'S, 33 Main itreet,
*e 9—t* Mansion Home.
FUK RKNT-A Dwelling House nt
gjjjl the eomer of Cary and Fouahee itreet*. Five
JB3L rooms with fireplace* in them, berides the kitc>»
en and outhouie* for (errant*. A amall garden. The
houae i* conveniently arranged and in good order—i*
now occupied by the owner, who intend* to go to t) e
country. The preiiii*e* may be seen by any pen a
desiring to rent. FoueMion given immediately. Far
term* apply to THOS. J. EVANS,
■e 4—t*
FOR U£NT.«The bonne, (bird door
BB from the corner of Bth and Franklin streets, re
■®-* cently occupied by Win. H. Grant, fcsq. It con
tain* 10 fine room*. Kitchen with 6 room*, city wa
ter and ga* on the premiae*, in perfect order, and poa
aeision given Immediately. Apply to Wm. H. Grant,
Esq., or to the undersigned,
au 27—t* E. F. RAGLAND it CO.
FOR RKNT—SIAIII7BOKO. former"
BR ly WALL STREET HOTi-L.—This rropf.ty
-Kit- 1* situated on 15th, between Main and Franih*
itreet*, ha* been recently enlarged and undergone
thorough repair. It can accommodate camfsrtatj
from fifty to lixty lodger*. There i* a large bar room
about thirty by forty feet, a parlor 25 by 30 feet, a
dining room So by 40 feet, a spacious kitchen with
large bake oven and extensive cooking range*, all re
cently built; comfortable •ervanta' rooms, conveni
ences for coal and wood, i* well supplied with water
in ti-'e kitchen, bar room and on the aeeend floor)
gas ha* been introduced into the houae, and there u
every ecnvenicnoe necessary for *uch an establish
ment.
?i«seaalon fives immediately.
For terms apply to FENDALL GRIFFIN.
Ja 30—fcf '
MFOR UKJMT OR LiK ASK—A t the op
tion of the tenant, the tenement (No. 12) oa
Krankiin street, recently occupid by Mr. John
H. Gary, as a grocery. It is situated very near tbe
market, and Is considered one of tbe best locations a
the city for a grocery or dry goods store. Powessioi
given at one day's notice. Apply to Bake* »
Pleasants, oito
P. H. AYLETT. Trustee,
an 23— ts Law Office, 115 Main street.
KOK HKNT.-.Tbe commodious »f!<«
well arrarged Tobacco Factory, now oeeupitd
by Mr. O. W. Harwood, sitaated on Gary street
between 17th and 18th streets. Possession gives '•
the first of Jaauary next. Apply to
au 16- -ts BTEARNB & BRUMMEL.
FOR KKN T—The granite froni
store on Cary, between 12th ond 13th streets.—
Possession given Immediately. Apply to
JNO. W. ADKIN3, or
jy 25—ta David J . Bnrr
KOK KKNT.—The brick Warekof*
on tbe fiasia, at the corner ef Cars and l<*h
streets, now occupied by Messrs. E.G.« VV -
D. Tompkins. Possession given on Ist of Octoher.
Apply to ED. D EACHO.
iv 15—ta -
A BEAUTIFUL BUil,DlN(i LOT *OU
SALE PRIVATELY.-We offer forsaie
ly, the most beautiful Building Lot oa Church Hi' l ,
situated between tha residences of Cept J*' I "''
Libby and H. T. Pairo, Esq. It commands a bean >-
ful view of the oity and river, occupies tbe
point In the city, »nd lays perfectly level. The i«
fronts seventy-three feet, immediately opposite tee
pioperty purchased by the city for • public sqos ,
snd runs back to tbe street in resr, giving a besutl
front on both streets. Upon the premises is ago
brick building, two stories high, containing foar/Mrn«,
occupied hy a good tenant, at an annual tent ot
hundred and fifty dollars. , .. . . •„
This building is of modern style and bnlsb,> »® '•
nrw, was built srith an eye te its being eonveiteo
a kitchen. . .
This is one of the most desirable locality 1» °
city for a beautiful and desirable dwelling.
forme accommodating. _, . t
ec 2 BAKER It PLEABANTB, A«t._
BK^BVt'KHO»FITA^.-T*tofwj U if*
lion i* (ituated on Church Hill, ■
in a delightful, airy position, and i* f»naitb»<i (
every convenience conducive to the eo«nfe« 01 ™
tients and the *ucce**ful treatment of di*****-. _
The Lying-in Ward, are peculiarly eoMMdw*
The underaigsed give their pereonal attendance
all patient* placed under their charge.
TK&MS: .*
Colored •£ »**
White*.. $ ' «
Frivato accommodation* J '
Theae rata* embrace aB ehargft* for Boar*, m
cine*, a ad Medical and Surgical attendance.
tW No Small Pox admitted.
PHYSICIANS:
JAMES BOLTON, M. ».
•mm atreet, between 4th andS*-
C. S. MILLS, M. D, ..
ISth (treet, between Broad and MartWl.
K. T. C9LKMAN. M. ft.
Corner of 4th and Grace itreet*.
BWdent fhyaiaiaa— Or. WOOD. m *t*Z-
W
which wo invito the aUentioa of teaeheie Mi P*
rant*. We will Mil at the leweat priMO. -
*a 93 HA It BOLD 0 MOBMjL,
NOT i V K—JOHN w. COSBY
tranferrod and aaaigoed to ma, for Ao bene"
hi* creditor*, all debuand oUtase do* j
as xzczsrsz
to male immediate payment to ■*,/« mi" «**
fence cannot be given. ....
}y l»~t* ALEX. OABBBTT, Tn*^.
J&. /A MKHT NO**OJbli O**
" |». WILBACHEB'9-
oe» No. W Main

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