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the daily dispatch. JAa * A - OOWARPIN. etr*h« Rally Dhipnl(4i ti Mmd t« nlmiAm ,1 >11 *no A «o<«Ttl CKNTS FRU till, payable to ihf Carrier Prtae for mailing, $4 a yew, or f 2 V> for (Is month*, tl Utum If Tin Wmkl; UttlMMk lilm«4 wmtW lud mallei to tabmrlben at 11 p«r UNA. BOARDINO. HBAKIMMJ twe famine*, had fo«r or five -ingle gentlemen, can he accortmo da-.4 with RoARO. at the Victoria Hoisee, oa Main „r-< cvar 9:h.. on accommodating terms. . ] ec IX ia"-** ■ iTITIM »' W* -T»e*«lhicHfc« haa two ve- I » iy pleasant vacant reon.a, satiable tor stogie igan- I nn>-n. or for vooog ladies attending school in life ci ty Sh* would be pleased, also, to have several more 1 a¥ BOAKUl 1 RS, and will use her best endeavors m sive entire satisfaction to those who may favc* her hlh their patronage. MRS. H P. PUIPPEN." Over Mrs. Kimpel'C, Jft— 1 rr. On Broad <>ove4lU*t. VtjTU : li.~Severul pleasnut rooiua, yslth Board may be bad a', the Boaralng House qf tee Minks MURRAY, on Grace, between Ath an 4 6th a .reots. thev baring concluded to remain at thtlt pre snnt racidenee A few gentlemen caa be acsokituo (ittad •« dav Vw»«rd*rs se iU-ts 4 CKAMI kXIIIHITiUN.~K. UULU< . \ S.v) 1 f begs leave to say to hu custornsrs and the • ü bU« in goneial, that he will open, this morning, a ■„«e and complete asscrtiusnt of every description of Mubroidories; Ribbons: Flowers; Ruches; Feath ers. Blend I. sees and Kdses; Straw Button*; VJvsts; Klounc»s ; TrimmiDgs of every description : ifcnt**, I and Children's Gloves and Hosiery ; Collar* ; s -rves; Bands: Kinh tskirts; Infant's Wrfsts: Head Curtain Muslins; Black Silks; Irish Linens and o her drsirsfcle Gooes. It is as established fact, tr.it d >->ds caa be bought extra cheap at bis (tare, as >.- (t'. 'l retains his old motto—"Quiek sale* and email profit" #o those that need an>thing ir. hit line sbuui.i avail themselves of this opportanity te give bimacalf as ihey can save at least 25 par c»at. by the ore^aHon. OULDsMirS Trimming and Fancy Store, o e JS irttt Broad St. g MlOl>* fUK BkttVAM l'S CLUTIiIXi. U hsve ;n store, nnd shsll keep during the fall tiiA »inter, a good stock of and 6 4 Fulled Cloths; VifSTY lsatt:L»t»; Kerseyn; 1 weeds; Jeans: Plain Swiss <lzaafctir|i» Mravy thirtinge; Flaln Cottons; large jtorkof BlanaeU. White auc Ce.'d, all of tbe best njtk' S and will be sold at low prices, toi cash, or lo t rompt customers. V\ , P PKHKINs Al CO., oc i j No. 141 F.agle Hqiyra. » u t-.TTTi iKi iTTttji i.uj no i,ov Foit , VS\LK PRIVATELY.-- We offer tor sale private ly. th# most beautiful Building Lot ou Church. Hill, situated between the residence# of Capt. ijuther Übby H. T. Pairo, Esq. It command! a beauti !u! view of the city and liver, occupies the highest roint in the c'ty, and ,ays perfectly level. The lot - c3 :i serenty-three fett. immediately opposite the 1 < c ry purchased by the city for a public square, tus back to the street in tear, giving a beautiful * Ld 1 n hoth streets. Upen the premises is a good fi out . - 4jng, two stories high, containing four rooms, l>i ;cl bui. , R fuo d tenant, at an annual rant of one occupied b. <jfty dollar*. hundred anc j B 0 f style and finish, nearly 11<;« building >yj all e ~ B t, being convened into new, wasbuiit». " is.', tr!lea ' , most desirable lecalities in our this is one of the • desirable fl,welt;Eg. city for a beautiful atn. Term, accommodating. & pIK ASANTB, Auct. Oc 4* nAKr.u - TTu«« ? hw «»!>. VKSI' i" 1 iUg and Will continue e T 1 . M t^e _ #re all the new stjlas and patterns suou M-e always imported to New York, where agents '-*(,nel>i« buying and getting the newest ai'd most faoi. w j]j garments. Tbose in want of sottething new, t r always End at ny emporium every thing that lh».. fancy can at very low orices HENRY BHAKK 4. Clothier, or 18 Corner of Maitr and Hthsts. AHO.uatic: v»livt> iuuhky X KITTERW.—Tbis preparation combines all thd Mftui-s of Wiid Cherry Bark with other valuable tonic and alterative rcaedies, and huve been foaud well adipLed in relievo and cure Indigestion, dyspep sia. Nervous Debility, Liver Complaint, and act as a preventative ef the Ag«o and /ever, Bi.ious «oai plaints lie., removing ail derangement of the Di ver and (iiges:ive o-ganj and bracing up and rssto- the sjsLein to a hea".hy condition Priee only AO cents for a fuil quart bo ;tl". Sold only by ec 18 E. J. PlCU'f, Drujgisl. t 'LOi'HlMi-HuOlt lent ,lor tho > comfort V, und satisfaction of cu- tomers, may fc'e found at 1 It; Wain meet, wLe.e alt interested are invited to call OVERCOATS, OVERC OATS, of the moot ap proved style, warranted to ,\t, aud recommended as perfect in all that is ueeeata y fit apopular article. DRf.SS KROCKS. Uftelk 6 KBOfj&S. cf Black Mid Fancy Cloth, varied in style, auf ready lor the examination and api tovii of all those ois to notice the advantages oFvur slock. HOW BEaOTIKUL! are (Vie garments of thoie who have teen fortunate tnouj h to pureiiase from the subscribers. Does this i.<eoi like boasting 1 ? Those who tbink it extravagant would ao well to set tbeuiMlves right by an examined ion. OROSUOIiU i TUPMAN, oe 13 110 Mam street. BLKKALO POCKtT COMBS. unU an immense variety of India Ruk jer, Horn Ivory, Wood and Bbell, Dressing, Puckiug. Pooket and Fine C'otnba. J>resh supplies received bv 8. V. SKHFLR, f| c Druggist, Main street. 'I 'O ■UlhLlMitt.'? A>o OTU KKS.-Now 1 receiving a large lot of Biack 6. Ik Vblvetsfor '•oi.neLs and mantilla*, which will bi sold to the trade at leas than New York pricos. Also, new stfies cf bonnet Ribbons at reduced rnces Call soon at AL KRKD MOBKS, oc '8 63 Main sgeet. I AI)US» OAPEN, VA li.IIAS AND * ' CLOAKS.— No v receiving . lirect from N, York, alt the fashionable styles of Tan aas and Cloaks. All in want are solicited to examin. . the the es tablished cheap store or AL FRBD HOSES, oclU U3 Main street. [V UAH WAl.lt KU JL C" K WHOLESALE A 1 ID K.ETAIL CLOTH! ERS, No Btt Main it., < Branch of the Baltimore Houh Moat respectfully ttsk tbe attention of the citizens of Richmond and it* viciuiry to the stock of Bei-.dy-i Isute Clothing which they are just opening. Possessing superior facilities for procuring and luaking up tbe greatest variety ■ If Domestic and Ver tigo Cloths, Canimeres end Vet tings, they are ena bled to otter unusual inducernei its to customers, who •re most respectfully solicited to give uf a call be fore purchasing. oc 14—ly I k lit b t 'i' iitifOK .TAT (ON.-'lhe sqb« s'scribers have received dii set from tbe mainut*c turers, a large assortment of liise i Goods, to whieb they invite the attention of i£ jusekeepers. They cuiislat of the following : 1 4, H-4 and JO 4 Table Dauraai k-8, 8-10, iO-u, 10-Mi Dimes* t loth* Dcinmk Doilies and Najik'iui H>-4. i i-4 and 12-4 Ltneu6he<*t! ng 40, 4.5 and smnoh Pillowiur* i Linen for Floor Cloths Shirting Linens, of all grar* ei i Tape Border, Hem'd Stitch' <t and Emb. Hdkfs. blitt's Eye Diaperaud Ke itiug. l'AK*Eh , inIMMO St CO., oc 18 ) iy. 143 Eagle Square. UIUUIMA BAVINUI I BANK—OHAU» » TEBED BY THE LE' HSLATURE OK VIR <iINI4.-CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLABB.—Money re ceived on deposit in sums of five dollars and upwards, «.n which interest at the rat> ,of 6 per cent per annum is paid, for sums remaining fix mouths ar longer; for sh jrter periods. Interest at the rate of 5 per centum. Tbe whole joint stock bo and lor tbe deposit. Deposits received, and certificates issued by the Cashier. T. B. Starke, at the store of E. B. Speuce. earner of Main and Gove .nor streets Richmond. Va. SAM'L £ COTTRELL, President, T. B ST ARKE, Cashier. oc 14—JHn C- WAL THALL, Secretary. IJATKNT IACI •KAJLS, or Artificial I. Breasts, an excellei it article for nursing Children; Atmospheric Breaat C ip«; Dr. Needhatn'* Nursing Nipule rbields; Gum E lastic Tubes or Mouth Piece*, for fitting over Nursing bottle* for infanta; Spittoons for sick person*; Eye Glasses, for bathing inflamed e>es; Nursing and B.h jedmg Bowls; lodine aud Chlo roform Ichalers, aD g ■ ± general assortment of Medical V\ area and AppaiajlW *or sale at MEADE k. BAKER'S New Apothecary Store, oc 15— 1 w "" 186 N- W. cor. Main and 10th at*. 'IMiILiKTTK J iBTIt!LKBi UO«M*TU;»| 1 r'KRi'UMKJ y ; LO» I N «i LAUEANU'e, f.nA Gootoetfc c jiebr&ted Handkerchief lutricti; Lubin's Soaps a ,d Perfume bag«; genuine ran na Cologees; gt nuine Tortoise shell Cosabe; all the ceiebra t-d H air Dyer, D*pllito7 'Sf r f ?* moving superfln ,u« Hair; Kine Hair, Tooth, Nail, Shaving aud oth< ,r Brushes; Dog-Urase Brast as. for Velvet aud Cietl ; f balon's and Uowland's Lotion for (be complexion: a large aseortment of Pomades; U* Marrow; Bear'e Urease; Wood's wonderful Hair ne s*«rative; Huil j Antique, Societie Hygieniqae ro- Giade and l'oile te Vintgar; Tweeserr; Pocket Combe; Kancy &oape; ( old Cream and Lip Salve; rorte M<m r>ale», iu gres ; variety; tfinelling Bottles; Rouge I'lade Theatre ; Vluaigre de Rouga«Meen Fun; Car •nine; Blanc d • feriee, fce. Foraale at hi KADIS k BAKER'* Mew Apothecary ftore, ne 16—' " 188. W. W. cer. Main and H*b eta- HL "FALL GOODS. The sulmci iber re spaetfuliy Informs bis Wnh sM the poh.ia »e uerally that he is in receipt of bia WAUL Of all the nmdojo style*. which he deems it uanedea »»r» to pa/tteulariw; suffice it to say, that km aeeort ,,, uual to any in itusor any other «i» Tbc-nhiei *a a decerning public for thajV ICOgW*- tluuad patronage, he aoT<cii* a euQtluuiqbe of tha -r.'-a.'."*" b " M 7.°« D AIL Y DISPATCH. VOL. X.--NO, 106. THE DAILY DISPATCH. Tu««d«jr Moraine, October *41, lbS¥. Revolutionary Men and KemlnlaoeD^T*'. A corraapondoot of thn P.ter*bnrg Etpre*., writing from "near Lwtowu, Jefferaon county Virginia," landa that paper an interesting Utt«r about Revolutionary men and reminlaoencca, from which we make the following extract: i I L th * latne<l , Ut « *«cinUj of tha a pot from which I address you these lines, are the dilapidated and C&St.o'f''Jw** w dUtia Major General! of the American Revolution. Within a radius of one mile and a halfllved, long aad weary 0 « I ?V h ® ,loUter he "> ®f Monmouth; and th. ** W , of th * b *»>« ° r Camden and Xitkm ®'*Phen, 1 dof Washington. In this little *11- »how golden fereeu I amgazing-ooder the shadows of the great wood* here— remote from camp* and the flaahlng world, these three warriors rusted ont the remainder of their lite* in inrlori uus repose, the swords in moih-eateu scabbards no more to be drawn. Here, if I mistake not, twe of tbeui died, and soon eren these lingering me morials of tbem will crumble and disappear as their figures are fading from the general mind I* Lee's bouse i* a hundred pace* from the little assemblage ef bouses called by bis name, aad is an oblong baildlng of stone, with chimneys at each end and midway—low, with a rude porch depending, as it were, above the rough door and with few out bouses, dates lived somewhat fur ther from the town, in a plain, underrated build ing; and Stephen occnpiod a mansion probably built by tho earliest pioneers of the valley In which everything is small and confined but'the fireplace. Dut thai is ueuher small orconSued It is grand— eu /riuous I Around it how many good companions must have gathered in the olden day, and what sounds of revelry shook the raters overhead! You may read of Adita Stephen in Sparks edition of the writings of Washington • aud there you will find that among the nardv' gentlemen who stood shoulder to shoulder with the young chief at Winchester, when the Indians ravaged the valley a hundred years age, was Lieutenant Stephen. A large landed proprietor hereabouts, he doubtless resented the trespass of the Indians upon bis grounds, stretching toward the foot of the great North Mountain—at least, we know that he did good service. He was after wards ao effective officer of the Revolutionary struggle, but left the army about the period of the battle of I'rinceton, disgusted at something or oth er—and so came hither, and lived and died. Of Gates arid Lee, more is known: the story of the woful quanel of the latter with Washington at Monmouth, you may read in full in the recently published third volume of Irving'* great work. It is probable that history will finally show that Leo was not so much ia the wrong as the wotld supposes. That he made a blander in ordering his forces to re treat—and I hat this retreat very nearly ruined all the plans of tVashington, toil lost us the battle—this is certain. But it was probubly an error of judg ment—not a want of courage. in Leutz's great pic ture, he (its his horse, sullenly before the Chief, whose hot anger Unices out—all that he did and said afterwards was sullen too, unfortunately. High words —indignant correspondence—Washington eold and,' haughty—Lee lagiug; then a eourt martial— suspension tor a year—and Lee, in utter d'.igust, *»r«w op hi* cominisiion, and came hither "to hoe that being the be*t school for a General," tubh with a sneer at Washicgton. And h*re in besaia, obscure dwelling, »a I have said, rust us poor l *rp spirit of Lee, and fell into dust and eii out tbesh t ew neighbors—no frieuds; snnourd ob'ivion. Witn - horses, and making ih? chase bis dod by hounds sdq Wj thus lived the Geusral and only occupation, neai. -wsrd*. gay* a ttadition of died One day. lons alt" *<,„ Mnt h „ o , d the neighborhood. Washing. , u on » oertaln moril . a cote, saying that he would c pMt con i» u tion tog and see huo—thai he hopea to and bitterness had bean forgotten -n friend, see him as an eld comrade id arms—as a Way *11 his On the day fiaed tor the visit, L«e sent a , paper servants—plaeed open ths locked front door Hej,- with "Nomeat cooked here to-oay." written i on—and tben fallowed hisservants, leaving WasbiL ton to knock in vain. Ha never returned, and with the passing year the eccenuie soldier grew more mo rose and repelling. The ground floor of hi* house was divided by chalk lines merely, forming ten* four compartments In the first he kept his books—in the second was hi* bed—hu caddie* and bunting gear in the third; the fourth was used for a kitchen. He ceald thus sit in one spot, Ae said with grim humor, and overlook his entire household. Tired of bis dog* and his silent misanthropy at last, be commenced bis "Qasnsi, Political and Military"—an attack on Washington. But the world declined listening to him, and then, tired of life, tha cynieal spirit of Charles Lee fled to other realm*. His last words were—" titaau by me, my brave grenadiers !" and so he ended. A word now of the thfc'd s ay of my triad of warri or». Horatio Gala) cam ato tbe old bona* yonder af ter Ceinden Itwastht. Gates who had taken Bur goyne, and whoa? popularity at one time overiha dcwed Washington's. Bat novtlai! how fallen !— The breath of aulndifE ant public opinion bad blasted him; and hia laureU were all seared and withered He had lost the battle of Camden—had been deposed from the command of the ara iy of the South, to make way f.i'Green e—ovsr bia he ad lowered a heavy cloud of public execution almoat; and Congress, it was said, bad prepared its thunderbolt to strike him. But tbe bolt nevei fall. Tbe sad soldier's sorro was respected. Tbay left him ta die in peace her*—enoush punish ment tbat the magmtie ent drama of tbe Revolution waa played out, independent of one who had enacted ao spif naid a part in the -earlier acta. These three oid wood en housea are the vielble re main* of three vigorous lives—in them to tbe musing eye tlw spirit* of (iatea, and Lee, and Stephen hover arcund tbeia still, (packing in every whispsr of the pine trees ana the oak*— those ancient oaks of the no ble English looking "chase" which murmur yonder beneath tbe windows-through whose lengthened vis ta appears the lone mansion of General Adam Ste phen. Here, within a gun shot almost of each other, tbcae men of history reposed—though not happily we must conclude—aft* r all their (trugglei. The current of the Opequon, rseonant In old day* with savage shouts and dyed w'.th blood, murmured by them: and perhaps spoke to their minds of other days—typifying human thing* which ever bud and flow; andobacge like tbe skiea of Autumn yonder—tbe gorgeous leaves, whose colors vary with each Hay. Protestant EPistofAL Cokvektiok.—Fovr. tenth Day.—A canon was passed providing for tbe abandonment of the communion cf the church by bishops, priests or d 6 icons, and tkeir deposition, after a lapse of six months: A compilation of th<» existing canons, in relation to th« admisaionof cand- dales for holy orders, and pro viding for their ordina tea, etc., reported by the com mittee on canons, was n^opted. The amendment to lu sixth article of the constitu tion, recommended b J t&e committee on canons, was called up. The amend*. eat simply provides for the constitution of a court of appeal* to reviie the deci sions of the dioeesan courts in the trial ot presbyters and deacons, limiting this tribunal to decioe upon auostiens of law, ar .d n«t upou questions of fact.— The amendment wt a adopted. The following canon waa adopted : Section I—frovi. lea thst if any bishop, priest or deacon should leavt« the church and join any other, then the standing committee at his dioceane shall re port to the presiding bishep, ke , and notice shall be given to the recusa rit, that unless he giva notice with in aiz months that the charge* again.t him are falae, be will be deposed from the ministry— and it shall b« the duty of thm presiding bishops so to depose, in the presenoe of two other bishops and preaby ''Section 2—Pro rides that whenever a bi«h< por min ister be absent f) om hia oioceae at the time of hia renunciation or Joining the communion of any reli gions body not 5n connection with the chuich, notice may bo give* to hiiu by leaving a written copy of it at the place where he last resided before he left the S—Tbat canon I nod U of 185S bo rep«nl ed. Adjourned. # Fixkxix, His Last —This clever wit, In the foi lowing squib, amusing'.y takes off the prevalent cos torn of giving testimonials to everybody, upon ail sorts of occasions, and for ail aorta of things: 0» Boiao CALiroaxiA,) Panama. > To Capt. R- M. Wbitiag s Dear Bir—l, the undersigned, cabin passenger, on board the steamship California, daring her late trip from Sao Kranoisce, brg to tender joa, on behalf of myself. my hearty and siaeere •eknowiedgmsnte of *our skill aa a seaman, and varied courtesy as a g»n ileman. To yonr skill aad foreeigbt I attribute en tirely the favorable weather that we have enjoyed, end your polite attention in lnv» riebly giving me the eeoond joint at dinner, yonr liber aU'y in helping me to pi« a eeeoad time, and the noble hearted generosity with which yon have at times preeented me wiih one, end even twe cigare, can never be forgotten whilst memory hold* her eeat. 1 beg you will accent, aa a alight token af my ea taem end aretitnde, a large ahr# r moonted gotta ehaear irumpet,.wbiehlshall prof ure for yea, wiih e •aftabia in£riptton. (aa mbm 1 can borrow «w>j£y enough fer the perpoee.) and thi t yon may iong live to enjoy it, in the noble slip which yon command, ia ■ay ea> nest, constant and daily prayer- , IWnot conclude better than 11 a£*■««■ *** thuee beautiful linee In " Paxadiatfl*a». •• The (tar spangled banner, Ob, long may it wave, t. , .* O'er the land of ifac free, And the home of the heave , With the highest sentiment* e< gratitude r»l aa turn. I remain jrwir etneeta friend aad uuui obae amliwa anid wy hauihle eemwj. . i nJT 0»o. H. D»*ar, -Uat ■ job* pattipx, ot ■auiaosfc RICHMOND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8L lMft Ar**st or Modcx. Artistes ir n*w yor*.— Tha police of New York on Friday night made a daaceet ipon the model artiste establishment if Madame Warton, 127 Grand street, and arrested alx femalee- -the entire troupe- The prisoners were held te keep the peace. Tbe Post says; N they hsd alwsyi L * th * t I th8 I exhibited themselves as * otßnt * rl '7' fo J 'ke reason that they were well peid, receiving from < to «5 per week, aoeordinf to beauty. That Un T would not be allow 'Pj**l - cn.ess clsdin a *ult of flesh-colored tights and a tbin gaase shirt, which they each hedto pay four dollar* for, and that Madame Wharteo, whoee nunc appear* on the bi'la, was not a prepile trese, aad ealy a model, and that she loft some time ago. >' No •«« Grand street has been two asonths in ths business, had pre viously been a tailorees, has a mother living in Os wejo, and is 18 years aid and pretty. Livingston, of the same age, lives in Sullivan •treet. Has only a step-mother of all her relstivee living, tt as formerly a paper-bit maker; has been a model feur mortbs. Msdame Wharton hat control •fths fsmala department before she left. Catharine Crotty was born In Albany nineteen years, ago, has been a living status two months, and "P* * per weak for her beauty. Was a model a year ago. Catharine has a father and mother, a child three months old, and a husb&ni in Nicaragua. She supports all except the husband Her father has £?, £VJ hospital and lately came out. '-lien Belle is 19 years old, moderately geod look ing, lives in Mulberry street; has been a widow two years, and a model two months. Was formerly a model in " Gothic Hsll." Post Office Affairs —Postmaster Goners; Campbell orders the following: Establish the following nost office* In Vireiuia and make appoiutments: Ketterman's, Penuleton county. Abraham Ketterman postuiaster; Sim mons'. Pendleton county, Henry Sliatnoui past master ; appoint Edmund N Kverbsrt postmaster at White Port, Clarke county, vice George W llut ter, deoliued; Robert Hall postmaster at Heaths ville, Northumberland eonnty, vice A J Sydnnr, j^signed; James U Fitch postmaster at Spanish Oaks, Appomattox county, vice W W Haiauer, resigned; Paris Taylor postmaster at Alleghany Springs, Montgomery connty, vice B M L Holt, resigned. A Manufacturing City -The eity of Provi "•nce contains 73 steam engine*, and within 100 rod* of the eity line are 12 or 15 mere, that for all practiesl pnrpeie* belong h»re; £6 jewelry e*tabli»h ment*, employing 1400 hand* and yielding an annial product of #2 771,600; three bleaching and dyeing wor «< employing 350 hands, and finishing 50,980,000 yards of goods; 22 roarufactorie* of machinery, steam e.i«in<"*, boilers, castings, 4c., employing 2062 hands; 9450 tons of coal, 11,095 ton* of pig iron 9801 tons of other iron, and pioducUg annually 33.800 stevsa 9,000,000 pounds of nails and spikes, 89 steam engines, 220 boilera, 3 584.100 pounds of ruts, kc.. and othsr articles to the total value of #2,561.000; two screw faetorie* that yield an annual product of #1 03S 000; two butt factoriee that produce $2a5,000 and a great variety of smaller mannfielories, yielding together an annual product of $17,415 640 —Providence Jour nal. Church Mattsks.—No small degree of ex citement prevails among the Methodists of our city, in consequence of tho action of the members of Nebon Chapel, who have withdrawn from tbe control of the Conference, and organized them selves Into an independent body. This was brought about by Bishop Early removing their popular and excellent pastor. Rev. Mr. Smiley, to another station.—Louisville Courier, 13iA. Cuaious Statistics.—Soma recently published statement* regarding tbe population, extent, trades and number of dwellings of London, show even a more fahulon* ameuut of it* greatntss than was ever before dreamed of. That city, whinh at tbe beginning of the present centnry numbered 953,000 Inhabitants at the c»nsusof 18M contained 2,362 000. For tho ten years preceding, from 1841 to 1851, tbe population has Increased *evan per cent. Since that time it has increased in tbe lama, if not larger preportien; so that a population of no les* than six millions of people would be the result in 1900. Tbua we may see that *U great Western citiea, St. Louia, Chicago. Cinciu H.r ' or 9reß our own great metropolis, are not alone woid. ~ Ti ' ul ia growth. A New in English Literature.—The London Pre/* W that *" , tb « readibla articles in Household \" v « nta *«•« written by a young fel low named Sala. young literary Bohemian, as wohave beard fr other sources, is a most re markable instance ot • literary mimic, and his fecundity is not less marvellous than bis imitative talents. He writ* so njuOh in the style of either Dickens or Thackeray, that it would take a sharp critic to distinguish tbe false from the real author; and what is more marvellous still, in his faculty of imitating popular actors. People have wonder ed at the fertility of invrotioa »nd industry of Dickens, h> writing so many S» ih* articles in the Household Words, while he was *t the same time engaged in writing bis Bleak House and Little Dorrett. But the secret of bis wonderful fertility is explained by tbe announcement of tbe fact that be has an admirable Crichton in bis pay, who acts as hit."double- This literary Journeyman is the sob of ii'vJame Ba!i, a theatrical performer. Vi«ci«iak Takcw In.—A Vkeulinon a visit to th. cltr, on Sunday nif bt laat, wai*dnii:•*& to °i adLireputable character, in Third ftl#£ c < roooed of by the "panel" fame. John wa§ ar rested, and his wife, who wap mppoaed to P* e ° tbe principal. wai aoufht for, bnt not fon?*d nntil Thursday, when OfliSer Brjan Freeley, who had fee»n upc n the witch, iatected hsr. Ths first arrest tad th<* entire matter was successfully brought to an issue by High Constable 11. Clark and Officer David Smith, and th* two accuiei parties, at a hearing oa Friday morn ing, before Alderman Enoe. were held in $10u0 each to answer at Court.—Phil. Sun. A Chcrch roa LADir.s Aloki.—There Is a Fres byteHan Church in Northampton county, Virginia, composed entirely of ladi»s. They are twenty two in number. There is not a single male member among them; and of course, as they can have no ol dsrsh'p they ar»*BOt properly an organized church; bat the ladies, hoping almost aiainst hope, have per severed in their sisterhood, and they have actaally increased in numbers more than many ehnrehes with a settled pastor and the regular administrations oftho sanctuary. The • Chureh is called the " Holmes Church," after the late Dr Uolmns, of Philadelphia, who was a liberal contributor towards its ereation. Aw Incbxdia«y Insect.—The l.ockport Journal states that while a clerk in a law office in that village was overhauling papers on file, a package was found which showed mat ks of having been set on fire. Ex amining farther, the chaired remains of a common ninth fly or miller were found, who had probably car ried the fire from the candle, In its wings, to the do cuments, and set the papers on fire. Cotton at Memphis —Cotton Is aecumula ting at Memphis, Tenn , far beyond the capacity of tbe boats at present engaged in the trade to take it away, the low water preventing the large Memphis packets from coming ont with full loads. Two dollars a bale freight is tbe price now offer ed, and some of the smaller "fry" of boats are do ing their best to accommodate, in tbe meantime, the cotton men of the "Bluff City." Wbeck or TBI Utumci Genoa.—The stealer Osnea, Captain J O. Uorman, on h«r way from Flo ranee to St. Louis, w»« wrecked In tb» Mi**onri riv er, about fire mtlei fram Nebraska eitv. on the 30th trtlmo. She atraek a *n*s hai'paat eleven o'clock in the morula* of that day, en<i immediately bagan to aink. The pwsenger* ware all a fjiy landed the accident o*eunn« Hot a abort diatance from tbe abore, where there was a collection of fallen timber wbich formed a aeeoro pataaye to the Lank. The greater portion of the basaage betonsiay to the pa**«agera waa iiTtd. Hon. W. R. w. Cobb, of Alabama, and Bon. A. Hall and Ex-Goveror Brigga, of lowa, ware among the paaeangera. FOB THE WEST—The Wytbeville Telegraph say* that a great many travellers are weekly pag ing through that town, bound for the "far Wert* For the moat part they are from North Carolina aad destined for the various Western and South Western States. Bat last week quite a number passed through from Boanoke, Va, on their way to Missouri. 15 "HOT Water."—Mrs. Ellen Doran ha* been arrested in New Orleans for throwing a ba sin of scalding water on Thos. Conroy, and there by dreadfully disfiguring him. It seems that not withstanding Mrs. Dorao's threats, Conroy would nersist in leading her husband off with bad com pany, and by doing so has literally got himself into hot water. The Russian Calemdaß —The Emperor ef Baaaia has resolved to iutroduee tbe ft'efforiaa i-aleadar into Russia, and thus to do a war with the difference of twelve daya between Ute old ,!yle and tbe new. This change will grnaity aid the development of commerce between Kaasia aaa the rest of the Christian world. ■Hon. Albert Bast, ef Arkaaea*. rioyd, ex Governor ***~ Esq, of Hichmond, were ia Lynchburg, va, ias* John H. Tyree has been LOCAL MATTERS. s JEtZZSy ** P/ r<rto** -Tbm Ob with dense fog, which was soon dispelled by the bright rays of the *nn, and a ed. At half-past 9 o'clock, siug the First Regiment assembled on Broad street" jS*! JiP aa lT er « f or mcd into Une by Adjutant Monford. The Regiment, nnder com mead of Lient. CoL Cary, then marcC to t he i air Oronods, where an immense nnmber of ladies and gentlemen bad already gathered to witness the gay scenes of tbe day. HU Exeellency7the Governor, aad staff, soon afterward arrived, aid a giand review took place. The following conna nles were in the line: p Henrico Light Dragoons, Capt. W. EL Richard son and Major DavisArtillery, Capt. Charles Richardson; Public Guard, Captain Dim mock • Greys, Cspt. Elliott; R L. I. Blues, Capt Patton : Young Guard, Capt John H. Richardson; Nationai Guard, Captain Bayly; Montgomery Guard, Capt Moore; Virginia Rifles, Lieutenant Scbad; Guard of tbe Metropolis, Cspt. M. J. Dimmock; Junior Bines, Captain Dudley; Junior Guard, Captain Pegram. The companies all appeared well, though the postponement of the parade from Saturday to MojJay was the cause of thinning the ranks of moat of them, as many of our best soldiers are working men, who cannot well afford to loje two day* iu succession; and for tbe same reason doubtless, two or three companies did not take part iu the parade. Nevertheless, tha psgeant was quite imposing, and tbe charming music of the Armory Band made everything seem joyous and animated. After the review, the companiaa were tempora rily dismissed, aud a blast of the trumpet announced the commencement of Tht —We have seldom, if ever, witnessed a mure brilliant stene than the Fair Grounds presented at this period. On the South side of the enclosure were seated a vast number of ladies, whose yay dresses and bright eyes spark led la the merry sunlight, and every Uoe a picture of complete happiness. The soldiers and horse men, with their handsome uniforms and waving banners, and the Knights with lances at rest, heightened the effect of a spectacle which would have been perfect with the ladies alone. The Governor and suite, the Justices of Henrico county, the Judges and Marshals took the places assigned tbem, when at a trumpet signal, the Ora tor of the day, CUA9. A. Rose, Esq , addressed the Knights and Military in an appropria te speech. A blast of trumpets then announced tbe opening of the Tournament. Those who contended for the palm ef victory in this contest, were the following: Kuight of Brooke Spring, Knight of tbe Metrop olis, Knight of the Scarlet Scart, Knight of Mon trose,Knight of the Horse Shoe, Knight of Henrico Knight of Gwynne, Knight of Yorktown, Knight of Wheatland. Knight of the Black Steed, Kuight of the Hills. Knight ot the Blues, Knight of the South, Knight of the Troop, Knight of the Forest, Knight of ihe Gunrd, and the Unknown Knight The tilting continued until each had thrice aimed for the prize, when it was found that the Knight of the Black Steed and the Knight of the Forest had each borne oft the ring three times in succession. The encounter then lay between them, and the foi mer proved victorious, establishing his claim to se lect the Queen of Love and Beauty. Tbe Knight of tne Forest being next on the list, was entitled to the choice of the first Maid of Hi nor; the Knight of the South won the choice of the second, and the Knight of the Hills the third. Tbe result of the contest being proclaimed, the victorious Knight, Mr. Fuqaa, of Henrico, selected Mies Maui a Ei.lktt as the one most worthy to re ceive the urown, Mr. Blackburn, Knight of the Forest, made choice of Miss LeweLLY.N aa fiist Maid of Honor; Mr. R. Lacy, Knight of the South, Miss Maky 8. ALLEN as second, aDd Mr. Barton, Kuight of the Hills, selected Miss Mullie GREGORr as third. Tbe Queen's procession tben passod into the cen tre pavilion, where a large number of ladies and gentlemen had assembled to witness the ceremony of coronation Tbe victorious Knight and the chosen Queen were tben addressed by Governor Wise in a very pleaaing speech, and tbe fair lady was in due form crowned Queen of Love and Beauty. The trumpet then announced the close of tbe Tournament The whole affair, under the direction of the gal lant Dragoons, passed off la the happiest manner. Colonel William S Wood acted as (Jbief Marshal of the day, with Captain John M Sbeppard, and Messrs J H Pleasants and Garland Hares, Jr, as Aids. Tbe Judges were Messrs John B Young, of lieurico, Wm P Kitchie, of Richmond, George W Richardson, of Hanover, Garland Hanes, Br, Wm £ Harris and N F Bowe, of Henrico. Before the Dragoons left the field, they were drawn up io line, and Major Darin announced the presence of Miss TAi.l.ty, a lady well known In tl e literary world, and to whom the Troop are Indebt ed for their color*. The compauy presented swords and gave three cheers, a compliment which Miss T gracefully acknowledged. The Kegiment was dismissed ou Capitol Square. Synod vf Virginia—Old School—The following resolution, offered by Kev. Wm. Brown, was dis cussed and adopted on Saturday: Revived, That through the press and pulpit the Elders of our churoh be more frequently reminded of tbair obligations to exercise more general super vision over Uie spiritual interests ot tie churches in which they bear role; and that they be Specially urged >o visit the families of the congregation in their official character for the purpose of religious conversation and prayer; that they visit the sick and bereaved; pav particular attention to the youth of the church seek ont the erring and straying mem bers o: the flack, and in the absence of the pastor, or in case ot vacancy in the church, assemble the congregation and hold religious service. After the Address of the Kev. Dr. Plainer, on the Bible cause, a minute was adopted declar ing the warm friendship of Synod for the Ameri can Bible Society, and urging the ministers and churches to help It onward. Kev. Dr. Burrows, of the Baptist church, was invited to sit as a corresponding member. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Retolrei, That in order to establish |a Prebyte rian Kerna'e Institute in the city of Richmond, Synod recommend the formation of a joint stock oompscy to'raise and manage funds for that purpose heealv/d. That the committee raised on this subject at tbe session of the Synod in 1845, and continued till this time, be still continued, and be charged with the formation of this company. A resolution was adopted regretting that tbe Presbyteries bad done so little in circulating the books of the Board of Publication, and urging re newed effort, and a full report to Bynod of their operation. . A miDute *ti adopted concerning the death of Dr, Hendren, Oct. 13, 1856. Votes of thanks were offered to the South Side, Danville and Centra! Railroads, for furnishing free return tickets to members of Synod; and especially to the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, for con veying them free, both going and returning; also, to tbe Churches and citizens of Richmond that had extended their courtesies and hospitalities to tbe Synod. The Synod then adjourned to meet in Lewisburg the fimt Wednesday in September, 1857, and closed with singing, prayer and the Apostolic benedic tion. DaAgarom Sport —On Saturday last, some boys wore at play with a bottle of gunpowder, in an alley back of tbe St. Charles Hotel, trying to iml Late Wyman's trick*, probably, when one of them, named Smith, held the datigeroua play-thing over a fire they had kindled upon the ground and com menced blowing the coals. Tbe consequence we* an explosion, and young Smith' • hand was badly hart. A Xic* Little Party.—Oa Sunday night, tbe wati b men arrested four negroes—Garrett James, free; Sam, tbe property of George Gilliam; Mortimore, the property of B. Simon*, and Aieck, belonging to John Atkinson—for treapasaing on the premises of E Crowder and gambling in bis kitchen. Yes terday morning they were punished and sent home. Striking a H'mwri—Jona Sweeney was arrest ed at a lau* hour Munday night, on tbe charge of striking a female named Ann Murray, living la tbe rear of tbe Exchange. After a bearing yes terday morning, the Mayor diemiased the case. jjitortUrlf —George Ihler, arrested for drunken oess and disorderly conduct, and iatradiag upon the premise* of B Ihler, where his room was etn aidered better than bla company, was held te bafi by (be Mayor yesterday morning. Citt CounsU —An adjourned meeting of tia Council waa held yesterday afternoon, for the pnr ef considering the ordinance concerning «a goos, draya, Ac. We are cotapelled to defer a sketch of the proceedings. Trial for Murder.—Tbe trial of George Livings toi, for the murder of E.W>eth Daeaberry, one* m meed yesterday In the Circuit • Court, it qJU probably b« ooc eluded today. PRICE ONE CENT. charged with stealing hnrw from Mas*ra. Tbozpm. ■on and Sicrey of Hanover county. Tbe matter be inveatigated by U>« May «r thi* Fh-t —Yesterday morning between 2 and 3 o clock, a three story brick tobacco factory, situated at the corner of 28tb and Marshall street., Cfattreb Hill, was totally destroyed by fire. The flame* bad prog-e««ed ao far wben the alarm wai given, that the firemen could do Uttle toward* saving the property. The building belonged to the Garth right estate, and ««• unoccupied. It wai ion red to the amount of §1400 is the Mutual office, which. It 1* taid, win not cover the loe* The fire waa undoubtedly the work of an Incendiary; and we learn that three other other attempt* hare beea m\de to burn the building within the present year. T Metropolitan Hook aid Ladder Company, of Wa*hlr<ton, arrived here yesterday afternoon by the Northern train, and were received at the depot by the Pioneer Hook and Ladder Company, of this eity. After *ooe delay in getting their apparatus from the ears, the visitors were escorted by a circuitous route to La fayette Hall, where they were welcomed by the Mayor of Richmond, on behalf of the Fire Depart ment and citizens. Mr Martin, President of the Washington company, made an eloquent *peech In reply. Tbe vigors were then invited to partake of a collation, which had been prepared In luxu rious style by Robert Reid, proprietor of the Ve- Pre,ent "* nMSd to MjoyU>e 1 he Metropolitan Company number thirty- two * re "tended by EspuU's Brass Band— William T Martin, President; TLos. Stone, Ist Tice President; John hater, 24 do ; Charles B. Orme, Necietary; Jotu Ctauncey, Treasurer. The uni form is composed of red shirt, with black belt, white leather gloves and helmet— Their truck is handsomely decorated, and is a neat " orkm4 °sWp. Last nigbt they vUlted tij attended by the Pioneer Company. We must not omit to notice the creditable ap pearance of our Hook and Ladder Company on this occasion. Their uniform, which consists of drab frock, black pasts, white gloves and helmet, '* v * ry "®at, particularly when worn by a body of fine looking men like the "Pioneers." Tbe truck has been handsomely painted and gilded, and i* in every respect complete The commander, Mf. D. Haggerty, is very popular among his men, and we nave reason to believe from what we saw in their Urst parade, that the company will become a val uable auxiliary to the Department. The v isitors will today be hospitably entertained by our firemen. We understand that it is their in tention to visit Petersburg before their return to Washington. Religious Meeting on Church HUL—We under it*n<i that He v. Dr. Whitic, of Lexington, at the solicitation of friends on Church Hill, where be for. merly resided, has consented to preach again to night at the Third Presbyterian Church. . Presentation.—On Tuesday evening last, a set jewelry was presented to Miss Mary 8 Allen, daughter of Mr R W Allen, by the members of Phoenix Fire Company. The respect generally entertained for the young lady, prompted the be stowal of this beautiful gift. Disturbance in a Church..—Some excitement was created in the Second Baptist Church, on Sunday mgbt, by an attempt of some persons to prevent the baptism of a young Irish girl, who bad em braced the Protestant religion. The intruders, however, were promptly expelled, and the services proceeded without further interruption. Body Recovered.-—I he Norfolk News states that some fishero en at YViltcughby's Point, on Thursday, found tbe body of a little prl, which had drifu-d ashore. It is supposed to be tbe body of Mrs. David sou's little daughter, who was lest from the ill-fated steamer Monmouth, in Chesapeake Bay. Drowmib-Hon. Jos. W Lesesne, a Chancellor cf Alabama, and his son, were drowned on the 15th In stant, by the upeetting of the yacht Vesper, in tbe Bay of Mobile. Conversion ok a PaiEST.-The NewTork Church Journal says that a pr.est of the Chureh of Rome, formerly under the jurisdiction of the R. C. Bishsp of Montreal, was, on Saturday afternosn, September Ji'th, received into the communion and ministry of the Protestant Episcopal Cburch. in fit. John's Chnrsh, M itwsnkio, Wisconsin. His name is tbe Rev. John Baptiste Michael Pedelupe. Banking in Vermont.—The whole number of banks of discount in Vermont is forty one Their resources amount to $9,046 834 and their liabilities are $8,622,1%. There are fifteen savings banks, two of which are in the hands of the receivers in chancery. Brutal Act—At PatoDsviite, Scott county Va, on Friday evening, the 10th inst., a man by the name of James Seymour, in • fit of druiiken ness, borrowed a gun and deliberately shot his wife. She was living when last beard from, but her arm was so badly shattered that most of the bone had been extracted between the elbow and shoulder. It was thought she would lose her arm, if not her life. Affairs at Chicago.—The Chicago Democrat learns that a gentleman from Scotland, a banker there, has brought on half a million of dollars to Chicago for investment in Railroad and other stocks. One banking house in Chicago, the Marine, pays out, it is said, from $350,000 to $400,000 on checks daily. Estimating that equal amount ia paid in. and we have nearly $800,000 turned daily by one home. Central Ohio Railroad,—We are pleased to see, ssys the Cambridge (Ohio) Times, that our great oommercial aru ty, th* Central Ohio Ra 1.-oad, U throbbing and beating with an increasing pros perity. Last month the iron horse snorted and pranced to the tune of $75,000, and judging from appearances, he will this present month, increase the paying music to over $30,000. United States Consuls in Russia.—The con sular agent of the United States at Cronstadt bas demanded authority to boist his national flag, and to place the arms of hia nation over bis residence. The Emperor bas granted this permission, and it is stated that the same permission will be given to all other consular agents who may request it. The French Inundation —Mayor Wood of N. V., baa recoiveda letter from M. Baroche. Pre sident of the Commission of Inundation at Paris, gracefully acknowledging the receipt of 51,125 francs, sent by tbe Committee of French and American citUena, to tbe relief of tbe snfferers by tbe lata inundation In tbe South of Franca. Moeile and OHIO Railroad—The Columbus (Ky.) Citizen says tbe cross-ties and iren are now upon tbe bank, and the track laying at that poiLt will be begun In a few days. Kansas in Texas.—A Kansas aid meeting has been held in Brazoria county. Texas, at which twenty-four members enrolled their names, aid $1,700 iqpre subscribed in one day. Sale or a Railroad —The Y., Northern Railroad was sold at auction in Albany, N. Y„ ra tbe lCth for $350,000. Scarcity or vessels—There 1* now a grrat scarcity of ve*«el# at this port, and laniber dealer* find considerable difficulty in getting their cargte* ■hipped. Freights in Boston over lb* shoal* #2.7533 —Bangor Whir. " DRio" Iff Giuma* The Vienna Press an- Boinces that it is about to publish a German trans lation of Mrs. Stowe's new fiction, * Dred," la i(p jeuilleton. Dr. T. W. Parsons, Jr, of Boston, has gained a prise of filOO for a political song. Bey. James V Wataoa, editor of the North western Christian Advocate, Chicago, died la Cin cinnati on Friday, CoL Benjamin 8 Jordan, said to be tbe wealthiest m»n in Georgia, died in Baldwin oounty, in that State, a few days si nee. Charles Ants, a wall known ettlsw of Mobile, Ala., died a few days since la New York. Judge Ed. B. Brows, of Georgia, died oa gator day week. Several gentleman of LoeUvSße have teen fined ten dollars eeeh for refusing to work on tbe engine at the late fir*. There were !»70 deaths ia Haw York last week Charles f. Kekineey. of Lynchburg, V», has been elaeted «• the Aaaaae Ugiaiaier*, from Wieinaa eoaaty. t. James fla*. eaevieted of A* asrto of hi* wMe la Wenrter ooantt. Qa., besheea ssstaassd leap hang ue Um* 2Sth of Jweieber. I DOB I THE DAILY DISPATCH* rrsBMB or advkktisino. > It—rltw 00 fwiirt, 1 month.. #4 *• 1....J0..?...0 T5 7 (4 1 ts If jnr«t*«39 0 |yOTIL NHIIUi- CAPITAL PRIZE *40,000. 3,'iS® Prtot *49. MORE THAN Pins PMZB TO KVEKT TEH TICKETC. FRIZES au AJUKTSXDI GEORGIA LOTTERY. [Jbahoriui *|r tkt Stsu tf CUtrgU.) FORT aiIHIS ACADEMY LOTTERYI go To Wirew* ia the Cit^of Atieate, Georgia, t» p«k- FRIDAY, Ocuker 34,18 M, OI» THK PLAH OP SINGLE ItVMBKKS! Or Pmtaw to bayie* M Who]* Tiekota, (when tfeensabor* end is 1,1 3, 4. S, 8, 7,». 8. 0, > ere raa <™t^l^ dr " r * pri " of • 40 - «•*& ajQwiS™ » proportion. SAMTi SWAN ft CO, Mini|trft> it TJ«k«to-3,»» Prise*! ! Win^2Ls2f5 ~ta« i? Will fee ciatribated eceordtog to tbe foUowtos . ORIGINAL BCHEMEI } J™ Wo,oMii 940.000 }K" # '- 5 .«•»«•. i«00 S,oooto 2,000 1 Prize of 1.000 is rooe * iwi. i:««o 10 Prue. of. 300 are. z®no 100 E rUe * °£ I«0 lA.WO 100 Pii<tl of. 70 in 7 000 APPROXIMATING PRIZES 4 Price* of <150 approximating to >40,000 P'iM, are 9600 4 Prize* of #123 approximating to If IS,POO Prize, are. joq 4 Pnaea of * 1(A) appioximaiiiig to 95,000 Prize, are.. 4*4 4 Prise* of 915 approximating to 9*,«00 Prist, 900 8 Prize* of *50 approximating to 91,000 Prizo, ire.... 400 40 Prizei of $45 tppro limiting to §800 prim, im ............. • 1800 S.OOO Prize, of 940, are WOOO 3.280 Prise*, amountfng to. .....•*04,000 Whale Ticket* 10. Halvee i (jutittn ifio. PLAN Of THE LOTTIRY. The numbers fronTl to »,«00, corresponding with those numbers on the Ticket*, printed en separate •lipe of paper, are encircled with small tta to bee. and placed in one wheel. The fiist2l6 Prises, similarly printed aad encircled, are paced in another wheel. The wheel is then revolved, and a number Is drawn from the wheel of numbers, aad at the strne time a prize i« drawn from the other wheel. The number and prise drawn oot are opened and exhibited to the sod la nee, and registered by the commissioaen, the prize being placed against the namber drawn. This operation is repeated onlil all the prises are drawn ont. Appraxlmntfte prizes -The two preceding and the two *uc<HHu**)uinbers to those drawing the first 16 prizes, will be Entitled to the 64 Approxima ting Prizes, according to the scheme. 3,000 prizes of #40 will be determined by the last figure of the number that draws the 040.00b Prise. For example, if the number drawing the $40,000 prize ends with N#. I, then all the tickets where the nam ber ends in 1, will be entitled to *40. If the namber ends with No. 2. then sll the Tickers where the nam • ber ends in 2, will be entitled to #40. and so on to 0 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. As, bv this scheme, oae ticket in ever; tan is gua ranteed to draw #40. wa will sell certificates of pack ages of 10 Tickets, (where the numbers end In 1, 2. 3,4, 5,6, 7, 8, 9,0,) at the following rates, which is the risk on them. All that they draw over the amonnt guaranteed, accrues to the purchaser. Certificate of Packages of 10 Whela Tickets, 060 " " 10 Half " 30 " " 10 Quartan " 15 It win be perceived by this plan, that for #60 the the purchaser has a certificate ef 10 Tickets, when if he buys Tickets he would only get for that sum six Whales, thus by buying Certificates he hss four mors chances for the larger prizes. Halves and Quarter Packages in proportion. In ordering TickeUrer Certificates, enclose the mo ney to our address for the Tickets ordered, on the re ceipt of which they will be forwarded by first mall. The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be seat to purchasers immediately after the drawing. W Purchasers will please write their signature plain, and give their post office, county and State. tW Remember that every prize is drawn, aad pay able in full, without deduction. W All prizes of #1,000 and under, paid immedi ately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of 30 days, in fnll without deduction. All communications strictly confidential. Prise Tickets cashed or renewed la other Tlekets at either office. Orders far Tickets or Certificate* can be addressed either to 8. SWAN fc CO., AUsata, Ga. or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. se SO—dtOct24 THE VNUKUMUNKD be*a to litorm tha pnhlte of the city of Richmond that be will open, on the 25th of Oetooer, a GJfMNAHIUM and FENCING ACADEMY, in the LAW BUILDING, franklin itreet, where a room baa been comfortably fitted np for the purposa. Gymnastic a* well a* Fencing Exercisea do not only strengthen the health by keeping the lunge, nerve* and muscles in activity, but they alee give ease and elegance to the bearing and motion of the body. He begs to invite the public to nnmsrons participa tion, and requests principally parents and teacherato entrust their sons and pupils to hi* care, aa he will try ta strengthen an daevelop, atep by atep, even tha weakest abilities. TIUI, IN ADVANCE. For the whole session, from the 26th of Octo ber to the let of June 015 AO Six months... jo 00 Fencing in Foils and Broadsword, extra charge Classes and Schools admitted on more moderate terms. All kinds of weapons of the best quality san bo ob tained by the undersigned at tha lowest prices. COL. B. EST VAN, Professor of Fencing and Gymnastic Exereisee oc 13— lm at the Richmond College. Dentin v ok.»io>hthatko^-jia- DAME MOLLEN respectfully informs the La dies and Gentleman of Richmond and vicinity, that •be will give informal ion in all tha affairs relating to life, such aa Health, Wealth. Love, Marriage, Jour neys, Law Suits, Difficulties in Business, Absent Friends, Sickness and Death, and in respect to all other subjects, both past, present and future, and all coaMrni of life. Terms-For Ladies 2&eeata, Gaa tleomt SO cents, each. Apply at No. 17, (which is over the door, I Baker alley, between 17th and 18th •treats, near tha Old Market, Rishmond, Va. oc 11—lm* NOTl( K.~Tte udertigMd have ftriaed a co-partnership, for the parposa of rendu sitae a wholesale COMMISSION and FORWaauINO BUSINESS, under tha firm of PEYTON k. PAT TON. iy Office for tha present over J. J. Fry's, £aq-t Basin Bank. Refer to Wm. H. McFarland, Km, lion. John M. Pattoa, and Messrs. Haxail k Co., Richmond ; Col. T. J. Randolph and N. Burnley. Albemarle. THOMAS O. PEYTON, oo 15-d3w ISAAC W. PATTON \K W HAKDWAMK UOVBK.- i> KOQBKT i. DKNNV Ben leave to appriae hla fneade md the mb lie tnat b« hu jut opeaed la tbe newly Owed op and conveniently urufad Mora, Mo. 3uS Mala (treat, ud nearly oppoaita the aew Coatom Hoaae, a freeli and complete atoek of Hardware, Cailery, Oaaa aad Edge Tool*, purtbaaed upon the moat fik vorahle term*, aad embraelnc the aaoal variety of w tleiei foaad la aaeh an eataWAmaM. He reapeetAUH eolielta a chare of petroaage, prom- Uiag that Me prfeea ahell ha aa law aa ha aaa afford, aad that every effort (hall ha aead hy him la five Mt ufaeti ">» to theea who may fever bha. Ilia hiemuouoa to keepoa head aartlcelarty, a food aMortmeat of hoaae Mafia* «ad Baildiag (laid vtrt. Ordeia from the asvatiy thail receive eereM ai A prompt attention. aa fl-la TO ALL, WHOM XT MAY Thia Dot'e» >* |*th to reqaeat all pir«ea» wao have any claim* ageiaat liehheee W. Tlmberlake. ae Uta eoaatahle of dtetriet No. % of Heart aa, arietag oat of hia offieial traoaaetioaa, to preeeat thees, with the evidence opoa which they reet, to Jaa B. Voaag, Eaq., oar eeaaeel, aa we, the eeeerlUaeof aaid Tim bertake, ere deairoaa to eetUe at oaee every liability jLr which wa are legally boaad, in the apiaioa of ear niicouoael, aa wah a*aarttlea. AUEX.B-BUTCHBSON, oeS-Sw JOHN A HOTCHWOW. > •MOTlCK—ffc* OAK WOOD CMMMTM »Y la laid e* la a»»rt»aa. aad are fee erne. l*ay to 100.000 kJto? 55*u* e*£wd I * ** wltrfU>c * * IW>M '