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Rtllk market is buoyant and improving. At
the First Boa«d price# w»reio<)kin* np, and there wai
• decided advance between tboßoarda.
ssss ssstk
#911. _ _ _
Richmond Maritat) Oct. IT.
FLOUR--We qaote tnperfnato shippers at W «7
to #7, for |aod to choice. Seles limited and reoelp ff
"*WHEAT.—There is an Improvement in Wheat —
tve now quote good the prima Had $! 46® 1.50; g?od
to prime white $1.55®l 60 Market firm.
CORN.—We quote 758*0 eta. Market firm with
limited arrivals and stock.
CONDITION OF TIRUINU B ANKS.
BANK OF BERKELEY, IN VIRGINIA 1
Marti itseuac. Oct 9,1856.1
H. A Wise, Ess , Governor of Virginia.
Dear Sir :—1 herewith enclose you an exhibit of
the condition of the Bank ef Berkeley, ia Virginia, a*
it existed on the 30th 1856.
And remain, respectfully,
Tear obedient (arrant,
D. BURKHART, Cashier.
Statement of the Condition nf the Tlanknf Berkeley, in
Virginia, on the 30th Sept., 1856 :
Wheeling city and State bonds #100.000 00
Suspended account premium, 5,000 00
Inland bill* of erchange.... $38,366 36
Bills receivable 44,271 53
82,637 89
Expeaaee 78 00
Bank p.0perty........... 257 2)
Dae by banka 40,166 38
Foreign note* 3,961 90
Specie 21,066 10
$253,266 62
Capital stock paid in $100,000 00
Note* ia ciroalation... 82,885 00
Diseouat 1,529 30
Dividend* unpaid 80 00
Surplus 5,309 42
Doe to bank* 2,900 15
Depositee 60,512 75
$253,266 62
We certify that the foregoing statement Is correct.
JNO. BLAIR HOGE,
WM. T. SNODGRABS,
JOHN W. STEWART,
M. S. GRANTHAM,
GEORGE DOLL.
CASPER WEVER.
Virginia, Bsrkslby County, to wit:
D. Barkhart, Cashier of the Bank of Berkeley in
Virginia, personally appeared before me, the subseri
ber, a Notary Public id and for the aald county, and
made oath that tba foregoing statement of the con
dition of the aaid Bank it true.
Given adder my hand thla 7th Oct., 1856
WM. D. KURKHART, Notary Public.
BANK OF VIRGINIA, )
Richmond, Oct. 14,1856. {
Sir : —I transmit herewith, aa required by law, the
Quarterly statement* of the condition of the Bank of
Virginia, aa it existed on the Ist instant.
I am, very reapeotfuily, sir.
Your obedient servant,
SAMUEL MARX. Cashier.
To His Excellency, Henry A. Wisr, Governor of
Virginia.
General State of the Bank of T'irginia and Branchet,
en the fint day of October, 1856, compared with Jint
day if October, 1855:
Oet. 1,1855. Oot. 1,1856.
Outstanding Debt $4,934,528 43 *4,845,528 37
Loan to Commonwealth 116,790 00 00 06
State of Virginia Treas
ury Notes 00 00 210,300 00
Sterling Bllla 2,530 01 7,980 00
Real Estate 168,911 00 170,315 08
Stocks 130,911 34 114,391 30
Specie 600,365 46 553,362|«C
In Notes and Cheeks of
other Bauks, payable
in the State 174*029 82 13 1<
In Notes aad Checks of
other Batiks, payable
out of the BUte 16,315 60 58 315 95
Due from other Banks 193,712 39 158,732 71
Loss by robbery at
Portsmouth offite, in
$100 Notes, not to be
redeemed 18 9fo 00 18,900 00
$6,356,904 01 $6,330,121 38
Capital (tock. $2,«51,250 00 $2,651,250 00
Profit and Loss 216,850 99 227,5:19 19
Discounts, Interest, lie.,
less expenses.. 69,462 55 69,602 18
Circulation 1,635,921 33 1,617.616 33
Due to other Banks 285,990 3.5 285,507 53
Doposite Money 1,493 674 81 1,452,098 97
Balances, in transitu.... 3,853 b8 26,457 It
$6,356,904 01 $6,330,121 38
Of the Outstanding Debt, there is esti
mated as bad, Nothing
Of the Outstanding Debt, there is esti
ted as doubtful, ...$20,933 65
Amount of Exchange furnished by the
Bank and Branchss, in Checks on oth
er Banks out of the State. for the
quarter, ending the first of October,
1856 $1,571,647 75
Amount that has accrued far premiums
thereon $2,861 05
Denomination of Notes in Circulation:
One's and Two's..... $10,460 On
Fives 252,037 50
Ten's 455,625 00
Fifteen's 7.955 03
Twenties 548 970 00
Fifties 166.850 *0
Hundreds........ i 196,400 00
Post Notes 4,649 83
$1,642,947 33
Deduct Notes on hand of Bank and
Branches, and cat notes 2.5,f 31 00
Total Circulation $1,617 616 33
BANK OF VIRGINIA, )
Richmond, Oct. 14, 1858. {
We, tho undersigned, Directors of the Bank of Vir
ginia, do certify that we have examined the forego
ing statement and .believe the same to be truly and
correotly made ap.
JAMES CABKIE,
ALFRED T. HARRIS,
ARC H'D THOMAS,
ROBEBT W. HUGHES,
THOB. R. PRICE.
STAT! »r VIRGI NT A-—CI TV OF RICHMOND, See :
This day, Samuel Marx, Cashier of the Bank of
Virginia, personally appeared before me, an Alder
man for eaid city, and made oath that the foregoing
statement exhibits the true condition of the Bank of
Virginia, ae it existed on the Ist inst., to the best of
his knowledge and belief.
Oiven under my hand this 14th day of October. 1556
THOMAB U. DUDLEY, J, P. '
MERCHANTS' BANK. OF VIRGINIA, )
„ „ LvNCHBUao, Oct. 3, 1856, J
Hon. Hsvav A. Wise, Governor of Va:
Dear Bir: I enclose a statement of this Bank, for
the quarter ending 30th ult. Very respectfully,
RO. C. MITCHELL. Cash'r.
Statement q/ the Condition qf the Merchantt' Banker
Virginia, at Lynchburg, for the Quarttr ending
Sept. 30th, J856 9
Liabilities.
Capital stock $443,600 00
Cixoalabon, for note* issued of tho fol
lowing denominations, via:
£«»•• .67,115 00
Buu« 5,780 M
•«v»«s 6,337 ©0
K«hU «,843 OOJ
7,43 i 00
!'" ■ $10 00
139,760 00
3ft,000 00
Hundreds 60,000 00
413,734 M
_ . . 418,734 00
Lo» notes on hand 25 000 00
Aetaal elrsulaWen ....... 3g7,734 00
Dae te Banks la the State.-. 3 00391
Due to Baa k* oat of tha State. 12,384 87
Discount mt Jptere* '."'.'.l".'.!'. aa
AMST* »W" 5
Metes diseoeated raanlai to
DMMuWmtafto n
***** vn.su 14
| Dae frees other haaka ia the~ " 01
BUtiMe**********!*.**,..., gflOfl Ci
Dae from haaka rat of the
M3B 98
**iSSasfisas gj&g
*•" «S#»Sli
Bon* of th. Stat. deposited»« »« »** m
Pwntams'paM 'oii *£me.'........ HWt »l
Property account, At tf">P*rtJ MM »J
lh« Bnoi«>>« Ir«4 o®
Iml estate— banking loin 5,306 48
teto 1.9«7 ft
Expense aeooaat — .3M W
galertrstoofßeere ............. I,l® W
Cwttof "B
119 7$
$1,033,152 63
Exchange porohaaed daring quarter snd
tii 3f>ih Itfb, it rate* niTioi from
par to | p«r Mat T.TT. $I0«,21S 90
Exchange sold duriag th* nam period
from per to |Nt Mat. premium. 198.476 SI
Dividend declared for 4 par aaat aat, for half year
ending 30th Jnaelast.
ComparatH* Statement qf th* Condition nf th* Mer
chant*' Bank of Virginia on the If I, OcUbtr, 1856,
with the tame period in 1855.
Oat. L, '06 Oat. 1, '55. Inareaae. Deerease.
Capital
•lock 9443,606 00 #443,600 00 no change
Clrcala
tloa 387,734 00 250,165 00 137,569 06
Dm to
Banka 15,388 88 28,883 75 13,494 ft
Due to
dopnii
tors 133 OS7 SO 133,401 10 344 10
Dia
oonota 448.496 01 346.084 96 102,411 05
Specie *2,553 93 51,099 34 11,460 59
Bute
bond*,
held
by the
Bank 442,902 86 412,902 86 no change.
Dne
from
Banki 15,623 52 1,923 92 13,699 60
SAMUEL McCOKRLE.
JESSE HARE,
, THOS. FERGUSON,
GEO. M. RUCKER,
H. O. SCHOOLFIELD.
Director*.
State at Vugikia—Cirr or, Lynchiurs, to
wit :
This day, Robert C. Mitchell, Cashier of the Mer
chant*' Bank of Virginia, personally appeared before
the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace in and for
■aid city, and made oath that tbe annexed statement
of the condition of said Bank for the quarter ending
30th nit., ia correct to the beat of hi* knowledge and
belief. Given nnder my hand thi* 3d October, 1856.
DAVID M. BURTON, J. P.
FARMERS' BANK OF VIRGINIA, >
October 15, 1856. >
To Hi* Excellency, Henry A. Wise, Governor of
Virginia:
Sir I herewith tranamit a statement of the con
dition of the Farmer*' Bank ef Virginia, a* it appear
ed on the first day of October instant, together with a
oomparative itatement of it*condition on the lit day
of October, 1855, and the first day of October, 1f56.
Very reipectfully, your obedient sarvant,
J. A. SMITH, Cashier.
Comparative State of the Farmer'» Bank of Virginia,
including the Bratichei, on the Itt day of October,
1855, and the lit day of October, 1C56.
1855. 1856.
Debt outstanding $6,057,521 02 $6,314.660 90
Sterling bills 5,486 93 6,259 48
Stocks 56,469 76 40,902 76
Bpecle 565,312 97 577,716 87
Notes of otber Banks in
Virginia 175,402 64 197,930 97
Netes of other bauks out
of the State 15..">50 00 16,819 00
Due from other Backs.. 190,970 02 203,<76 29
Real estate 1*6,691 50 190 862 67
Loan to the Com'wealth 116,700 00 256,300 00
$7,370,078 84 $7,804,728 94
Capital stock 3,15",900 00 3,1.50,900 00
Notes in circulation 1,882.-31 50 2,181,687 50
Deposit mensy ...1,588,983 85 1,723,328 16
Due to other Banks 289.457 24 271.098 35
Contingent fund 353,053 60 339.164 96
Profits of the institution.. 79,971 85 93,372 18
In transitu between the
Bank and branches.... 40,430 80 45,177 79
$7,570,078 84 $7,804,728 94
Last dividend of profits, 4 per cent.
The undersigned, Directors of tlio Farmers' Bank
of Virginia, certify that the foregoing statement has
been examined and is believed to be correct.
WM H MACFARLAND,
WM C. ALLEN,
JOHN E WAD3WORTH,
RO A. MAYO,
W. H. HAXALL,
J AS. DUN LOP.
Stitb of Virginia, City of Richmond :
J. A. Smith, Caehibr of the Farmers' Bank of Vir
ginia, tfcls dav personally appeared before me, a Jus
tice of the Peace of the city aforesaid, and made
oath that the annexed statement, made out from the
books of the bank, and from the quarterly returns ra
ceivad from the branches, is correct to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
Given under my hand this 15th day of October,
1856 THOMAS U. DUDLF.Y. J. P.
rr i WMPH.H*b*J i TJIK ADAiH'?'EXPKiI.SS
134 Main St.. hav
ing returned their Steamship
Express to and from Norfolk, Petersburg and Rich
mond, by steamers Jamestown and Roanoke, which
leave New York every Wednesday and Saturday,
and thence bv railroad lo Weldon, Wilmington,
Lynchburg, Salern, Wytheville, and the principal
places in Virginia and North Carolina, are now pre
pared to forward, with great dispatch, and at reduced
rate*, every kind of Merchandise, Valuable Parcels,
Jewelry, itc,, to the above named cities, and all
places on the seaboard.
Our Express on the Steamships will bs accompa
nied by special Msssengers, who will give their per
sonal attention to the careful handling of goods en
trusted to the ADAM 9* EXPRESS CO.'& Steamship
Express.
Shippers will please take netlce that packages ts
points in Virginia and North Carolina, will be sent by
steamers, unless otherwise marked.
Freight received on day of sailing, until 3 o'clock.
P. M. J. L. MACDONUGH,
Agent of Adams' Express Co.
nr 1 SPECIAL NOTlCE.—Express packages for
Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, and all places in Vir
ginia and North Carolina, intended for ehipment by
steamships Roanoke and Jamestown, will hereafter
be received by the ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY,
who are the authorized Agents for Express privileges
on these ships.
Office of the New York and Virginia Steamship
Company. LUDLAM k PLEASANTS,
ap 4—ts Agent*.
OFFICE VA. F. k M. INSURANCE CO., )
Richmond, 24th July, 1856. 5
DEMOVALr-Thls Company having re
al, moved to their new office, No. 131 Main street
next door to the Dispatch office, is prepared as here
tofore to take Fire and Marine Risks on fair terms.
Chartered in 1852, and having now been in opera
tion over twenty-four ycars-during which time they
have mot claims for loss to the extent of largely over
A million of dollars— they refer to the history of
tha past as affording the very best guarantee for the
future. The long acquaintance of this Institution
with the insuring public has enabled it to became fa
miliar with their wants, and no pains will be spared,
or information withheld, that will tend to insure ac
curacy and give satisfaction. They will be happy to
receive and consider applications for insurance ad
dressed either to the President or Secretary, and will
in return render such facilities aa may be in their
power to their patrons.
CAPITAL, $200,000111
DIRECTORS.
T. M. ALKRIEND, President.
H. L. Kent, of Kent, Paine k Co.,
H. W. Quarks,
Wo. Beers, of Beers k Poindexter,
H. W. Fry, of H. W. Fry k Suns;
Win. Palmer
J. A. 1 aloes.
A K. Parker, of Parker, Nimmo k Co.,
J. E. Wadnworth, of Wadsworth, Turner k Co.,
Tho. Samson, of Samson it Fae,
C. W. Puree!!, of C. W. Pureei) It Co-
B. L. Winston,
J. P. Winston, of Winston & Powers,
8. T. Pulliam,
H. A. Claiborne,
P. Culien,
Geo. W. Smith, of Smith k Harwood.
24-te W. L. COWARDIH, See'y.
w Regular discount day of the company Is Thurs
day in each week—paper to be offered before 3 o'clk
ob that day.
ry description of property against lost or
fire or the dangers of the sea.
No charge is made for the Policy.
Offieo, for the present, on tho East side of Utfe it-
Mar Main, up stairs.
DitacTos*:
W®. H. Christian, Win. BreeAm,
John Puroell, Thomas JL fnaa»
y®' Jh. Thomas, Jr.,
Lewis Qinter, John Carrie, Jr n
Aug. And arson Ju. Dnnlop,
L. Ap person Wm H. rfwnU,
■••COO B Bh John 1). tiuarles,
John boolcy, David J. Buit,
Woti'd O. H ukins, Lor kin W Oluabrook,
Lewis D. Crenshaw, D. Von Groning,
Joseph R. Anderson, Emannel Miller,
Jobs C. Bln ion, Ed. H. hklnker,
•franklin Steams.
_ A. FIdSABANTa, Freeldeat.
J. H. Moktagdi, See'y. an 6-ts
LMKK AND MAJUNK INSUMANCK Ml
*• •*»oted with the Albermivrie Insurance Com
?? * favorable term* M with any otlw somps*
ay In this State, postearing a real cash capital to mm
ohm. Apply to STOKES k CO
WM T. K A B.L Y, Frae>t ** "****
JNO. WOOD, Jr , Sec y,
Ofaartott—rilla >
V have Jul nctiy.
J An# Vaaey Silk Velvet Vests, which
are really beautiful CaU and examine them at
_ MXftCBAMT, WEItIOBR It CO.'g,
•• W If Main (treat?
BP—IKWCt
PICHLWOWP miuiMKT IfOTITCTB.
REV. J. IHUBK WEED,
Va. Military Is
iMtateh-DewMtl Ma«h«iasttae,Wat. Uidm,
M. iMCMfM.
M. J. A. CALTO—Drawing.
The mbaeHher wfll oommeaee the 4th annual
Melon of hta School, oa the lat October nest, under
the above organ ieatioa.
Id addition to a fall Cleaeleel Mathematlaal and
English course, Military Instruction will be ghrea to
all whoca pareata my dartre tt. Theae will constl
tata a corpa of Caieta, properly uniformed, and sub
jected to regular dally drill aad Weekly parade.
The uniform worn by the Cadeta will constitute
their daily dreaa, and will be ao piassed aa to be at
once eoonomioal aad neat.
The dntieaof this department will be ao arranged
as not to interfere with the regular atudiea and duties
of the school, but will rather, it is hoped, become a
stimulus thereto, aawell aa a powerful agent ia pro
moting the health, manners and personal bearing of
the pupils, and the general discipline of the aehool.
A new building, embracing commodious study and
recitation rooms, will be ready for the opening of the
If IfiOTI,
The looatioa (the brow of the bill adjoining the re
sidences of Mrs. Bruce and Mr. Seddon) baa been se
lected with especial reference to the comfort and
health of pupils, being at anoe retired and accessible,
with a free circulation of air, fine prospect, aad spa
cious play-grounds.
Terms aa heretofore. Circulars to be had oa appli
cation. j. AMBIiEK WEED.
aa 29—2 m
" I very cbeerfolly bear my testimony to Mr. C.
E. Lauck. a Graduate of this Institution, aa a faith
ful and laborious teacher. He has been engaged in
teaching for two yeara, and 1 am sure will commend
himself to those who may patronize the aehool in
which he teaches.
FRANCIS H. SMITH, Superintendent.
Va. Military Ihstitptk, Au». 17. se 18
IVf O.N. F. Kill ion, ol farm, oilers ma »er-
ITJ. vices to the public as a teacher of the French
language. He will be happv to instruct private pu
pils, and to form olasses for French conversation.
Mon. E. waa graduated at the Universte de France,
and has been several years encaged in teaching in the
first literary institution! in Louisiana.
Applications may be made at his residence on Broad
street (Mrs. Pellet's )
REFERENCES,
M.Louis Defan, President Louisiana College, N.O.
M. A Boycr, New Orlo&ns.
M. J. Denegre "
M. Panl Arpin, Prof, of French Literature, N. V.
M. Matseraa, editor Coorrisr des Etals Unis. N Y.
M. A. Bolmar, VVe«t Chester, Pa. se 25—1 m
NGIiIBH, CLAHBHIAL AND MAXHIS
MATICAL SCHOOL, FOR BOYS.
Fourth itrcet, between Broad and AlanhaU.
G. L. C. SALTER, Principal.
J. L. WILLIAMS, A. M , )
JOSEPH MICHARD, J Ajn * taEK '
The fourth session of this School will commenee
September 22d, and close July 15th following.
The course of studies will embrace the Common
English Branches, Mathematics, Latin, Greek and
the Modern Languages.
Terms- Payable semi-annually in advance:
Senior Classics and Mathematics....^........>6o 00
Junior.... 50 00
Common English Branches 40 00
Primary 1n5tructi0n.................... 35 00
Modern Languages, each... 20 00
oc 6—dtf
T7NGL.IfH CLASSICAIi AND MAIHB.
-Erf MATICAIi Schoo„ for Young LADiE»..~The
subscriber will open a School for young Ladies, at Dr
Canthorn's residence, on Broad St., the first Monday in
Octeber. In this school, which will be continued nine
months, will be taught besides tbe ordinary branches
of an English Education, Latin, Greek,Matnem&thics,
French and Music The subscriber has had many years
experience in teaching,and she flatters herself that she
can furnish satisfactory evidences of her qualifica
tions and success. She will be aided by competent
assistants. Terms, for English branches $40; for
Latin, Greek, French, Mathematics and Music #50
to $60, payable sami-annually in advance.
M. ADELINE CAUTHORN, Principal,
se 18—1 m*
RICHfiIOiNB FKiHAIiK INSTITUTK—.
The exercises of the Institute will be returned on
the first MONDAY in October.
TBRMS PER SESSION:
Board $200 00
Washing.... 20 00
Tuition in Collegiate Department 60 00
Tuition in Preparatory Department SO 00
Ancient or Modern Language#, each 20 00
Music on Piano 50 to 80 00
The large number entering the Instttute during the
last session, (268,) has encouraged the Trustees tu
provide still increased facilities and the arrangements
for instruction wiH be on the same elf rated and libe
ral scale as the spacious and convenient accommoda
tions. No pains will be spared to secure the highest
advantages to the young ladies who may honor as by
their attendance.
For catalogues, or farther Information, address
B. MANLY, Jk,
jy 28—d Sin Richmond, Vs.
MISS TAZK WKIjIj'S SCHOOL, .Grace
STSEST, between 7th and Bth.—The sixth
session of tbis School will commence on the first day
of October, and close me first day of July.
Miss Tazewell will be assisted by a gentleman
whose attainments and experience render him a con
siderable acquisition to the School Any ether de
sired information will be communicated through cir
culars, which can be obtained cn application.
Terms, payable semi-annually in advance:
For Board $200 00
Higher English Branches 40 00
Primary do do 30 00
Ancient and Modern Languages, each 20 00
Music and Drawing, Professor's fees.
se 27—lm*
MRS. JE. J. HARDEN leave to In
form her friends and the public, that ber school
for young Ladies, on Shockoo Hill, Marshall street,
between 4th and oth streets, is now in successful ope
ration ; and that she will be assisted by her husband,
the Kev. James M Darden, wiio, as well as herself,
has bed much experience in teaching, and will give
special attention to the thorough Arithmetical (in
cluding Book-keeping) and Mathematical depart
ments.
fj&° She can accommodate a fow more Boarders.
Richmond, Sept 17, 1&36 se I£—lm
it. I<KKKBVXUi> HOHdOI., Klctamoud,
Va.—The next session of this Institution will
open on the Ist day of October, ISSG, and close on
the first day of Jnly, 1857.
Terms.—Board $200; WAhing $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 colors $40;
in oi! $50. Primary Department for children under
10 years of age $30.
ReFE&KNfcKS.—Patron* of the B"hool; Right Rev.
Bishop Mead, Right Rev. Bishop Johns, Right Rev.
Bishop Cobba of Alabama, Rov. Moses D. Hoge, D.
D., Rev. T. V. Moore, D. I)., Rev. B. Gildersleeve.
FACUUTY.—Hubert P. Lefebvre, A. M., Principal;
Rev. H. 3. Keppler.Rev. \V. E. Webb,A.M; J. P. Lit
tle, M. D., R. A Lewis, M. D, Joseph Michard, John
A. Calye, C. W. Thilon, Miss Gordon, Mrs. Taylor,
Madame Estvan. M'lle Lacy, Mies E. Bartlett, M'lle
Viller.iet, French Governess, eto., etc.
All 'etura to be directed to
Jy 7- 4m HUBERT P. LEFEBVRE.
MRS. «Sc IHISS ADA B. MINOR'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, roa YOUNG
LADIES, AT THEIR RESIDENCE ON GRACE STREET,
between 4th and sth, Richmond, Va.—The lecond
session of this institution will commence on the Ist
day of October next, for one continued se*sion,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 counsel of others emi
nent in the profesaion, and they intend it to afford the
means, not only of a thorough course of substantia!
instruction, but also of all the accomplishments ne
cessary to a finished female education.
Neither in retaining their able and experienced
Assistant, nor in the selection of her fellow laborers,
nor in their other provisions, have the subscribers
spared anything that may make their institution
worthy of the patronage of tho community. Atten
tion will be paid to the manners and moral* of the
young ladies at all time*, and a deep intereat taken in
their advancement.
MUSIC, both vocal and instrumental, will be tanght
by comuetent teachers. The Harp, Piano and Gui
tar, all burnished in the family.
Terms : Board, $200; Eugliah tuition, $40; Prima
ry department, $30; Modern languages, each, $20;
Latin, $20; Music on Piano, $60; Harp, $70; Guitar,
$50; Drawing and Painting, $40.
References: Right Rev. Bishop Johns, Rev Jno.
P. McOuire, Rev. J. Peterkin, Va.; Oliver White,
Esq., Fleetwood Academy, Va; C. B Gibson, M. D.,
J. Bolton M D, A Peticolaa, M. D, G. A. Wilson,
M. D„ Dr. it. O. Cabell, and Col. 8. H. Parker, Rich
mond; Hon. R M. T. Hunter, Hon. J. M. Clayton, IJ.
8. 8.; Frederick Coleman and Baverley Douglas,
Eaqs., State Senate; O. M. Smith, Esq., Lunenburg
county; ThomaaFieid, M. D., Mecklenburg county.
MRS. JEFFERSON MINOR,
jy 24-3tn MISS A. B. MINOR.
UUI'TUKKN rKtIALK IMHTITLTK-
C? The seventh session of the Bouthern Female la
stitate will commenoe on ths first Monday in October
■ext.
The Boarding Department la under the charge of
O. Lee rowell, Esq.
TERMS:
Board, for 9 months. 9300
Tnitton ...... ..........50
French, Italian, German, Spanish, each
Latin
Drawing from $20 to $80.
Music at Professor*! price*.
Preparatory Department ................40
Washing and Lights extra.
ROB^ E if HoiSugOjl,}
AddreSk. Richmond, V&. j T Ji_t»
Ut streets, fifohmond —The 10& session will com
mence on the 15th of September, 1356
PaoK. JOSEPH MICQARD, teacher In Modem
Languages.
JOHN A. CALYO, Teacher in Drawl..
*B •'
FX?? rifl:" »—
•• w *0 H. MAURY «i 00.
7cwSTt«rj|a AW f4l-tne
Aatumn I«m are AftSgiili off »iOWr and the
O'gfMtwfc nMdmuui tto M4> ttt rivulet lal
ft JttJrwfJattStwehra memtha pad«f *m» tt*t
and orphan child, they an Ml
broken hearted.
That joyous tltnwf af to***, *•«». «*«••
Has h tt»^ T "lw'methei's heart to ll«ii, although
Thceeaatumn iMtwTm falling «tttl laforreet and ia
to to'thtlr miad embedded there, as well aa aa loa
der tablet.
If (Heads all knaw aa well aa I, tta eause of ao much
They'woul'd their duty do to-day—not put it off till
morrow;— ._
That teasing cough, ao simple, now tha cause of ao
Caneon \e cured. if thay try LEONARD'S IN
STANT RELIEF.
BT frlee 25 canto par bottle. To be had of all
Druiiists and dealers in the State of Virginia.
"IACHSIUN« KXCKLSIOK BITTKKB to
J peculiarly adapted, by ita composition, to erery
dlsaaae of the liver and stomach whioh ia produced by
our ever varying climate. In all forma of bilious
diseases and Liver Complaint, it ia one of the moat
valuableremediea.
Prepared only by R. H. JACKSON, and for sale
by Druggists generally. je3B
FHO.II ONE OF THJ£ FIKST FHYBI
CIANS IS VIRGINIA.
ffloßGANTowir, Va, April 1,1856.
Dr. I. Scctt—Dear Sir: Having used your Lini
ment in lay own case and in my family, aa wall aa
having prescribed it to others. I must bear testimony
to its decided superiority over every other external
application in Rheumatism, Sore Throat, Pains in
tbe Back end Joints, and I have recommended it in
one case of Bronchitis, wherein its application acted
like a charm. I feel happy to be able to recommend
it from experience, and to tender to you my grati
tude for ita wonderful effect on my breast.
M. D.
All the above Medicines for sale by Purcell, I<add
It Co., and Alex. Duval. Richmond. oc 7
AHOMK IHKMCINK—MRM. {JAWS'
ELIXIR cures Coughs. Colds and Whcoping
Cough, and affords greet relief in Consumption and
mest diseases arising from colds and neglected coughs.
Th« following are a few extracta from certificates of
eitiaeus of Richmond who have tested ita virtues :
" By a timely uae of it, 1 have no doubt it has saved
one many doctor's fees. I know of it» good effect*
with a great many other than my own family."— ffm.
McOrtry.
«I have used It in my family for three yean, end
found it the best family medicine 1 have ever wed."—
M. A. Stetauon.
" For sickness among children, nothing ean be bet
ter." —M. B. Godwin.
" I have tried all the cough remedies of the day
and have no hesitation ill saying that 1 believe Mrs
Daws' to be the mest valuable preparation ef the kind
new In use." —Elijah Warren.
For sale by Mrs. A. B. DAWS, Bennett k Beer*,
Alex. Duval, Peterson k Jackson, Chas. Millspaugh,
E. J- Picot, A. Bodaker and Charles D. Yale.
VIUUINIA W O Hil KIIL.L.KK--CIIIL..
T DREN CRY FOR IT!—This valaable and pop
ular preparation is recommended with the greatest
confidence. Past experience and te»t of years, hav
ing proved it to be oae of the belt, safest and most
reliable worm destroyers in use.
It is sweet and pleasant to the taste, and is readily
taken by children. It may be given with perfect safe
ty to the youngest inXant, as it contains no Oil of
Wormseeo, Turpentine or other nauseating drug, that
would be apt to irritate or disorder the system. On
the contrary the health of the patient li generally
benefitted by its administration, even when no worms
exist It is prepared especially fox children.
Prepared only by E. J. PICOT; sold also, by
Pdrcell, Ladd h Co ; Bennett, Beers Si Fish
er, wholesale agents, and by Druggists generally,
se 6--d3in ________
KICHMOND TADIi BROGUES
Jgooo pair Richmond-made BROGUES, for
sale by
N. DEVEREUX,
o« 4—d&olm 134 Cary. between 12thand 13th
rrill,l>Kj*'S KXTItACTS j Herring's prc-
J. parations: select Powders; pure Chemicals, and
fresh medicines, always kept for prescription pur
poses.
S. P. SEMPLE, Chemist and Pharmaceutist,
oc 16 202 Main st.
UAVVL9, (JLUAKBAKU SCAitPS.—
k? Fancy colored Cloth Talmas and Cloaks, in great
variety, varying in price from $5 to $2#
Black Cloth Cloaks and Ta'imas, some very lich
Black Velvet Cloaks and Mantles
Stella Shawls in Brooche and Printed borders
Plaid, Long, and Square Shawls, all qualities
Cashmere, Broche and Chejiila Scarfs
Black and Half-Mourntng Long and Square
Shawls
ALSO,
Rich Flounced Silk Robes in Black and colors
Rich Siik Robes w'th Velvet Flounced? entirely
new desigas and very beautiful
Valencia Robes, Flounced and Graduated
60 pieces colored Silks, at 75 r.nd 87$ cents, to be
cut in any length, a great bargain
10ft pieces Printed Mousselaines, at ene shilling
. the yard, worth 25 cents
For Seasonable Goods call at the Cash Store, 99
Main street.
oc 11 CHRISTIAN t LAT9ROP.
DUL'ti STORK FUR WALK.—The stock
and fixtures of a Dreg Store, well located and
doing a good business, aru offered for sale. Addrea*
se 33—ts Richmond, P.,0.
UIt'KOK'B PATKNT Of-
O. DER AND WINE MlLL.—This Mill oomes ts
us highly recommended, and we have reason to be
Sieve it to be the best Cider Milt in use.
We solicit orders. Price $42 50.
BALDWIN. CARDWELL & CO.,
au 21— 2m 148 Main street. Richmond.
«K«KI"T dfc ANDKRSON, IJPHOL
-BTERERS AND PAPER HANGERS, COR
NER OF GOVERNOR AND FRANKLIN BTS.,
invite the attention of their friends and the public to
their stock of FALL GOODS, being the best assort
ment they have ever had to offer in French and A me?
ican Paper Hangings, all qualities; Muslin and Lact
Curtaics,Damask and Delaine Curtain Goods, Cornicei
bands ajul trimmings for Curtains, Table aad Floor
Oil Cloths, White and Check Coco Matting, Window
Shades, Mattr&sses, Feather Beds, with rnaay other
articles in the line of business, which will be sold or
worked up on the most reasonable terms, se 20 -3m.
SODA WATKtt IN FOKG'EliAi* KOUN
TAINS.—Our Soda Water is now in fall opera
tion, and we will at all time* furnish this delicious
and wholesome beverage ia the greatest perfection,
with all the delicious Fruit and Cream Syrups, man
ufactured bv ourselves from the real ripe frait*. Our
Apparatus is of the roost recent lout ruction, the
Fountains being lined with the finest WHITE POR
CELAIN, and the cooling arrangement, such a: to
insure its being at all time* Icy-cool and pure.
Saratoga and Bine Liek Sn) prior Water, kept con
stantly cool on the Ice daring the warm weather.
MEADE &. BAKER, Pharmaceutist*,
186, N. W. Comer of Mala and 10th street*.
ly 23—5 m
FAjLIj, 1856. -We are now tn receipt of
our new stock of Fall Goods. It comprise* the
molt attractive and commanding supply of
Drws and Cloak Trimmings
we have yet offered, as al*o 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 Y«rns, Cotton and Worsted,
which we *all with a small advance on factory prices.
Also—
Children's Woolen Hose, Sacks, Gaiter*
Ladies' Opera Hoods, Scarfs, etc
J'i presenting our claims this season to the patron
age of our friends end the public, we can assure tbem,
that with increased facilities, we have made such im
provrmenU in our stock that it is second to none
North or South, in completeness and variety, and
that in all caaaa oar prices shall be AT least as low
as the same gooda are sold elsewhere.
HIRBCH «t BOTTCHER,
se 84—2 m* 209 Broad st
i\UOTKl.,i>lalastreet, Hu* Ma
il ton, Virginia-W. J. HUNTER t COTPre
proton.
An Omnibus will always be la readiness at the
Railroad Depot, la take paaaeagar* to and from this
bonse. free of charge. my 3~6m
OTICK.—Jnat received. « lot or very
superior DRAFT HAMES, different from "y
«at have ever been in thta market; for durability and
eaaa oaccot be surpassed.
CHARLES J. BALDWIN.
Saddle and Harness Establishment,
FraakUn street, between 15th and 16th sta.
•e I —in
A NTiiRACITK C0A1,.-NOTIt!K.-I Rm
now receiving orders to ba filled during the fall
£?Wh'i, i b K V* ANTHRACITE COAL, includ-
A 4?, kamp, for foandriea, and
Red Aah. suitable for cooking rangea, r rates and far*
••sr * b i f <**1 boi f ht"fi;
01-h, and deUvered to purchaser, apin X «ma
Sr'ionfi 5k y MCB j T,n ? J 240 pooada to the ton.inatead
nn ?? ora we, * ht from city carta. Tbe term*
on which f propose to order Coal for partiea, ia to
* commiaaion of 10 per cent, oa the ao
of tte trade ** * tOBOTer t:b * *«"»
th# *wtO«ee, or
J* w °® 0 ?' »•»•* corner of
ti ,? r m r krrthM, atCal. j
wm. H. Brawn'* ctanpfing room, comer lath aad Co
ry ata., will receive prompt attention.
M 22-8 m WJRT ROBERTS.
bUa^afinap«u of w^tbfoka^ay'HOßßES.
K ,...,%rxa i ff3stesiiKica
■t. tu .* •••«(«§
JUL £Tfine°d: OWW »£cks. Cellar*
wars»»^rsS.^<s
wbfch be weald ask the attealioa «f
Wo l^Sfe.
fiUILOKKim iflfl '
IB £S2K:?iSS:'S tUUfZSS
JUL unMim "fVUff
goods, would save orach time aad traable byoalHng
Immediately on ma, aa I am determined to offer ere
ry iadncemaat to iaaare perfect satisfaction, and will
be sold low for cash, or to ponstual^ca^m^^
No. IS2J Mala at, oppoalto the American Hotel.
aeS—lm* |
K. 8. McltLKOY»jliaMta«tTaUar,
Governor Street, a few deora a bare Main,
Id Has last received a beautiful assortment of
" GOODS, adapted to gentleman's wear, con
sisting of Cloths end Caaaimerea of all eolors, Vel
vets, Silks aad Cashmere Vesting* of the most beau
tiful deaorlption, all of which I»ve been recently
•elected by himself in the Northern cities, ana he w
now prepared to execute orders with pro»iptne«e, on
reasonable terms,
RICHAKDHON & CO'H
CARPET, OIL CLOTH
AND CURTAIN WABEROOMSI
NO. » MAIS STREET.
We have determined to coutine our sales in future
to the goods aa indicated above, by retail; and having
arranged our entire and conveniently fitted store for
that purpoia, are now prepared to exhibit the largest
and moat complete assortment of
Carpetingg, Oil Cloths, Curtain Goods, kct,
ever seen in the Stata of Virginia, and but rarely met
with In any one establishment in the United States.
Importing direct from the English manufacturers,
end selecting with care, in person, the best American
fabrics, we shall it all times be prepared to furnish
promptly all articles pertaining to our brumes., and
relvin* on the citiaens of Virginia, North Carolina
and Tennessee to sustain us in our enterprise, assure
them we will be content with moderate profits.
It is our intention to keep cur stock supplied
throughout the yoar with the latest atyles of fashion
able acods in our line.
We now invite buyera to examine our entirely new
etock, which embraces a great variety in patterns of
Velvet, Tapestiy and Brussels Carpeting
Three-ply, Ingrain and Venetian do
Velvet. Chenfille and Brussels Ruga
Donr, Parlor and Chamber Mate
Satin, Wonted and India Damaak
Satin and Figured DeLainea
Brocatelle and Turkey Red
Muslin and Laca Curtaina
Corniees and Bands for Curtaina
Cord, Teasels and Gimps do
Window Shadoa, all styles end quailtlea
Piano and Table Covera
Worsted Fire Screens and Foot Stoola
Crumb Cloths and Booking
flocking for steps, new article
Floor Oil Cloths; Table Oil Clothe
Oil C'oth Rugs
Stair Linen; Stair Rods, fcc.
When furnished with diagram and measurement of
room or hall, we will superintend the cutting of Car
pets and Oil Clotha to any pattern.
seSG-Sm* RICHARDBQN k CO.
i -uu-ixi_sie»n UNION AUKiCHLTIiHAL
FAIR-To be held at PETERSBURG
rW " oo TUESDAY, 21st; WEDNEBDAY,
22d; THURSDAY, 23d. and FRIDAY, 24th October.
Tickets will be issued at tbe Ticket Office of this
Company, in Bichinond, commencing on MONDAY,
2Cth fast.. on each of the above days, for ONE DOL-
L VR AND FIFTY CENTS for the roond trip, to go
and return—good to return at any time previous to
TUESDAY, the 28th Oct.
Trains will Leave Richmond.- -Express Train,
daily, (except Sunday,) at 5§ a. m.; Accommodation
and Freight Train, daily, (except Sunday,) at 8J a m.;
Mail TraiD, daily, at S p. t».
Trains will Leave Pktersb'g.-Express Train,
daily, at 5§ a. m.; Accommodation and Freight Train,
daily, (except Sunday,) at a. m ; Mail Train, daily,
(except Sunday,) at 6 p ta.
The usual rates of Freight will be charged on all
Stock and articles going to the Fair: hut all such
Stock and articles as may return from the Fair, (if the
property of tbe same owners,) shall be carried back
free; and to such as do return, having passed over
this road, the charge paid stall be refunded on pre
sentation of a certificate showing that such Stock or
articles have actually been exhibited.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Sup't.
Office Richm'd It Pet'g R R. C 0.,)
October 15, 1556. 5 oe 16
v| TO AI.JL. YVHOiti IT MAY CON
enr CERN.—Taken up on the Western Branch,
flf\ about tbe 25th or July, a colored man, who
calls himself DAVY TINES, about 26 years
•mm years of age, five fret six inches high, of a
dark bacon color, lie pretends to be a free mac 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, a»d signed John Chapman, which is sup
posed to have been written by himself. Any infor
mation concerning hi so may be had on application to
the subscriber, keeper of the Jail of Nortolk county.
MARSHALL HUTCHESON,
se 24—6w Jailor Norfolk county.
iWMMOk OKMTAIi NOTICIS.--U. W.
mSkSSjStScJONES, Surgical and Mechani-
Dentist, office between9ih and
' ' ' I ' 10th, Main street, ene square above
the Baaks, (effise hours from 9 to 3, 4 to 6,)— will be
k&ppy to see ail such as desire bis profecxional ser
vices, promising bis best endeavors, by gentleness and
thorougbne® to give satisfaction in ail operatiens,
either in Filling. Cleansing, Regulating, Extracting
er Inserting Teeth. oc 13—3 m*
fry A NOTiCK.—Ji»at received and
MMopened, a complete assortment of SAD
{MJgMt DLE end HARNESS HARDWARE. I
If also have on band every article usually
kept in a Saddler; establishment, all of which I bind
myself to sell at wholesale or retail, as low as they
can be purchased Sauth of Mason and Dixon's line.
Ccmntry Saddiers are solicited to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
ALSO, on hand, ready made Saddles, Harness, Bri
dles. Collars, ka., kc., which will be sold unsuaily low
fercash. CHAB. J. BALDWIN,
oc 4—lm Franklin st., between 13th and 16th.
I ARI'M Ac HUINK, 74 M«in street, have
iJ just received a splenaid stock of Mahogany and
Roseweod Parlor and Chamber Furniture, (whieh
can't be aurpassed by any house in the trade,) em
bracing every article in the House-furnishing line of
the most fashionable stiles and approved workman
ship, whieh they will sell to their country customers
and the pnWie generally at prices and on such terms
aa to give general satisfaction. All tbey e*k is to give
them a call and examine for yourselves,
oe 16— lm
HOCT. Pl. I,IIU, ot tbe (lid Medical
JLF House, is (till engaged in treating ail sorts of Se
c>et Diseases, snd horeoy invites a call from those
whs have been untcimante in their association*.—
Dr. P. wculd patt cu arly invite a call from person*
in the country *1, >u,e been givea np by their
phytican* aa iucurable- Cases are few indeed that
cannot be rescue medicine when coirectly ap
plied The article known a* the CHEMICAL EX
TRACT OF FRENCH FLOWERS, is probably the
very best thing now before the public for renovating
a system shattered by dlsfipation or other cause.—
The and Favor remedy, called FRENCH
MILK, ia next to a certainty. Price $1 per bottle.
Office en Franklin street, jo*t below the Exchange
Hotel, and Sr*t door S&uth of Trinity Church, Rich
mond, Va.
Medicine* *ecurely packed and *ent to order, with
fall directions. |Je3|
* JS A.T BALK OK DRY UOOBft-A
LARGE STOCK OF NEW FALL DRV GOODS
TO BE SOLD WITHIN TWO MONTHS.—V.
COHEN, No. 175 Broad street, bega to aattouaee
to the public that the constant increase of hi*
business makes it imperative to have hie present
•tore enlarged, and in order to have the improvement
executed aa aoon aa possible, all the goods will be of
fared at such extremely low price* aa to secure their
quick cale*. To enumerate the goods and their prise*
wonld take too much space; suffice It tn say that he
hat in store an unusually large stock, embracing eve
rything in the Dry Good* line, and hia facilities for
purchasing gooda being as good aa those of any other
house in the city Great Bargains may ba expeoted'
Qoodaaold exclusively ferCABH. oe&—2*r'
on 9Uj street, couth ot the Basin, in rear of the Pe
tersburg Depot.—Planing, of aU kinda of lamber,
Tongning ana Graving dope In the best manner.—
Dreaaed Flooring, 8-4,6-4,5 4 and 4-4 inch thick; Shalv
rt'lioQ *nd Car atuff. on hand and for sale.
Alao, Frame Timber, Oak Fencing, and buildi&i ma
terials generally.
Buildera' Mouldlnga, aUty different pattanu, al
ways on hand.
— s--3m B C. ROBINSON.
DELLKVUK lnaUt«.
O tjon iV situated on Church HUI, Richmond, Va.,
In a delightful, airy position, and ia furnished with
overy conveaienoe conducive to the cemfart of pa-
WJM "id 'hakmtcoaaafnl treatment of disease.
The Lying-in Ward* are peculiar); commodion*.
The underslgned give their personil atteadaneo to
all patient* placed under their charga.
TERMS;
Colored Patient* *6 per weak.
Whites » « «
Private accommodations. ?to it «
These rates embrace al charge* for Basil MoS-
Bines, and Medical and Surgical attendance.
Br Mo Small Pc* admitted.
PHTSICIAMSi
_ JAMS* BOLTON. M. »„
Oian street, between 4th and MA.
_ oTWILMt M. P,
IMb etreet, between Broad and MnWL
*T*. CeLEMAN,
Corner of dlh and Qroee etrMta.
■•eldest Ph,eieian~Dr. WOOD IMsi
IjMIU HAi.it. —
W-" 00 *','l h , moma 8P" long and
Bt 7^ Vif ' i ' >t * • »*' •••*•« short
U l.rcmwmtSmuSS^
SggtSi^S^
—14—<t oopmh 4 Ammaom.
41 **»■»♦« wwwf
M»M premleea. tommUm
Applt to J. CHILD
oe 14—HI* At Adim k n«i.
TWO gUUHKB
H »odlo*« houe aontaining WTen toomtZV?'
«.bn»m«nt, dining room, fce., on *
lot, en wMeh there U e large atable end
»itoitedin tbe mo* healthy put
•entre of boiineea. ■***"■•
A email houae in a retired pert of ft* alt* u . u,
40 by 106 feet •"** ** • «*
Apelr at 1 15 Main etreet. M
MOK BAUK Wt HHWT. -w
K dieta po»««wtoo PT.n, a f, nr Kr , Lot'"*?*
»*«■•/ «poi» wbteh i* . £•
comfortable framed dwelling, witioot kit«heaJ2i
In good order.
ALSO—One b*lf sere Let en the Plank *a.A »_
the neighborhood of the Fair Qronnde ' ™
For terrot apply to JAME.I OKAY'S gov a
oe 17- 2w 1 "•
FOK Igrae ami frftii., .
fl ROOM, under the Metro^lit^lj.ii^V.T! l
JR for holing public meeting £ Apri?*"*
R. COOK.
eei»-te Agent for Ro. A. Main
Mm . *?f K ' KK £' r - A «-o«n»»rtable wtoilh
BPf o» 2 d etreet, North of Leigh a dm?
JB-to w. L. COWARDIN, at the Office of th.tj
Fire aud Murine Insurance Co., on tfain etreet.
opporite'theß»ebß«? < H*t*fo**4'h «!"'
SEte*" 4 by Wim
ilao the Lamber Hongs. on Car* afreet »»»•.
Col. William H. Brown, corner </f &hSnd
streets. Apply to *
oe 10- tf JOHIST GR^MB
ease/ romand after the Ut of Janna ry 1857!.
Thi. establishment « „ , eneill ii y b
by the public a* to reuder any minute description of
the property unnecessary; reffice to mv that it i, Ire,
ted npon one of the most desirable sites in the antif.
city, within a few paca* of the public •qnare and »ul
- five miontet walk of *li the public efficei and
rState Bsnk*, upon the adjoining square to the R™b.
mond, Fredericksbnfc aod Potomac Railroad Deou«
equi-distmt from the Virginia Central, Richmond and
Petersburg, and Danville Railroad*. This property
hu undergone repair, andfrecelved variou* addition,
within the laft two J ears, and ia now extentivelv rZ
tronized. *
Should the renter desire nor* lodging room* ther
will be added, open the payment of 8 per cant Br*i
the coat of the improvement. For terra* *ddlv in
GODDIH it APPERSON, erl. A. GODDltfiLk
and 12th street. 00 s'-lm
for kkmt ok i.kaSF
Two (tore* under Broad Street Hotel for rent
The one at the corner of Broad and 9th street/
ha* an excellent cellar with an entrance on each'
atreet. The other, the third weat *f th* corner hit*
a back room, which may be used a* an *ffi«e or deep
ing room. Price of rent for the last $225; for th«
other s£2W Apply to GODDIS & AfPKRSON, or
I. A. GODDIN, corner of Bank and 12th street*.
cc B—lm
dwelling houae, on
20th atreet, with seven room*, and kitchen with
two room*, gas and water on the premise —
Possession given imu»ediat*ly.
Also, a house on Broad, between 20th and list it*
with eight room*. Possession given thu Ist of J»a-'
nary. For term* apply to
fc. SEDGWICK, Main street.
oc B—lm Between 17th aad 18tb iu.
jb TOBACCO FACTO it Y FOK ttKNTi
Kg The Tobacco Factory, now eccapied by Mr. N
* Ci£ - B. Dickinson, 11th street, between Main and
Cary, will be for rant next year. Puaajuion given
Ist January. Apply to
BABKBDALE k READ,
o* I—tf Sbotkee Warehouse.
ji| FOK KJC.NT—The excellent Urirk
WSI House (tending the western side of Sack
M"M street, and lately oesapied by Mr. John K. Mar
tin, containing ten room* with fir* plsees, and all tka
conveniences fsr a genteel family (Also, invtral iodj
ine room* over tho stere, corner of Main and 12th <t*,
letely occnpied by Mr. So. M. Zimmerman. Apply
to JOHN GEjKME.
oe S—t*
FOK UJHAT—Tw« a«w brick Luta
HCi her house*, en Franklin street adjoiaing u«
Plough manufactory of Meter*. George Watt k
Co. They are three stories high, exclusive of base-
suitable for Granaries, Groceries. Oarrikg* Re
positorie*. fcc. Possession given immediately. Tain s
liberal. Apply to MILK* GEORGE,
09 4—lm* Corner Grace and Jaffersea si*.
FUU KENT-A desirable residence
■53 on French Garden Hill, contaiDinj was rooms,
OBIL with large garden attached. Possession given
lit October. Enquire of Mrs. HELA&UK, 01 tu«
premises. »• 30— ts
®FOK KKM T-Twg Mwly erected
dwelling-houses, en Union Bill, near the resi
dance of Mr. Edmnnd Steane. Each dwelling
contain* four commodious rooms.
Also, the brick dwelling-heuse ossupiej by the snb
scriber. It contains eight rcoas, sli in good order;
large garden, well ef never failing water, and neces
sary out-houses en the premiss*.
For particular*, apply to
WILLIAM WHITLOCK.
*e 3ft—fci Ke 39 Tint Vegetable Market.
bOH. Ith.NT.-The house, third dour
from the corner of Bth and Franklin streets, re
cently occupied by Wm. H. Grant, f.iq. It con
tain* 10 fine roera*. Kitchen with 6 rooms. city wa
ter apd g»s en the premise*, in perfee'- order, sni
seesion given immediately. Apply to Wm. H. Grtmt,
Esq., er to the nndsrsigned.
au 27—t* I. F. BAGLAND k CO.
FOR. R-ENT—JIARI.BOKO. formed
Mly WALL STREET HOTf-L.—This property
■SH-lssitnated on 15th, between Main and Franklin
streets, ha* been recently enlarged and undergone
thorough repair. It can accommodate semiertsbly
frons fifty to sixty lodger*. There is a large bar room
about thirty by forty feet, a parlor 24 by 3© 'eat,»
dining room So by 40 feet, a rpaeioas kitehea wtta
large bake oven and extensive cooking ranges. *1! re
cently built; comfortable •errant*' rooms, conveni
ences for coal and wood, is well supplied with w»ie*
In tbe kitchen, bar roera and o» the second coop
rn has been introduced into the honee, aad wot*
every convenience necessary for snch an establish
meet.
I'essesslon rives immediately.
For terms apply to FEND ALL GRIFFIN.
Ja 3D—tf _______
mFOK RICiNT OH LKASK-At »«•»•
tion of the tenant, the tenement (t»e. U) on
Franklin street, recently oesnpid by Mr Jobo
H. Gary, a* a grocery. It i* situated vary near the
market, a**d is considered ene of the beat locations a
the city for a grocery or dry goods sters. Fossesno*
given at one day's netioe. Apply to Ban* «
Pleasants, or to
P. H ATLETT, Trnstes.
an 23—1» Law Office, 116 Main street
FUR RKNT.—The ■»*
well arranged Tobacco Faeiory, new oscoFiod
by Mr. O. W. Harwood. situated en Csry street
between 17th aad 18th ftreeU. |i?aa ••
A FUR HKXT-A Owetlln*
the corner of Cary and Femehee streets.Five
rooms with fireplaces in them, besides!ibe
en and outhouses for servants. A small I*™**,
hnuse is conveniently srranged and in geed erasr »
now occupied by the owner, whe intends te go te tse
country. The premises may be seen IfjW.fg
desiring to rent. Posseasioa given immsdlat«T- »«
terms apply to THOi. J. EVAN#,
ee 4—ts |
1 NFIKDUEY OK TUB MKOICAL. VOLr
1 LEGE OF VIRGINIA.—The Indrmarv tonnes'-
od with the Medical College, located in the sity «
Richmond, (oorner of College and Marshall
Is open fer the reception of patients, throughout t#
year. All persons requiring Medical or
Rid, except the insane, aad these laboring "dereoe
tagloa* diseases, are admitted into the Institution —
The accommodations for the sick cosnpjus
The patients are under the charts ef the Prefesso -
of the College. The attending Fbysisise s»d *■»-
geao visit their respective wards deilv. aed in ess*
of difficulty nil the members of the Feeelt* are s
ed in consalUtts*. The charges for boerJ,
attendance, snrgioel ops rations, noising. »»« # * 1
service rendered by the Institution, areror
White V?
Colored Patients........ • AU rt
Private Aesoru mod*: ions T»0» ,
Attending Surgeons-P«ors. OiMM«,HtICM.A»
Win rone. , _
» Physiciaiie-Tvcit**, Bcerr and Con*at
Resident Physletaa-MAtitX Howaad, M. »
Steward-N. Tumlbt.
President ef infirmary—L. S. JeTMS, M. D.
on I—lm "
3.000,000
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