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.VL u inform the pahlie that wr Mr. F«att haa
XS«tZ BagWaA and franco, With
[ ' .11 >k« iau imarovemeots inoor baaatlfw art. .
* ft. A-lwl«« **53 «* "I'. i« of the
master* far eaceads (■ pefactioa My thing ttter,
£*f<we attempted. andthrows the Belsim pietutwa
-.mnH>fttTtDTO the Shade.
Mr Pkatt will again render » the wbtUM of
hit valmble services
»»TP'fISKT , - .
jas r. chalmerr, j° p U
p 8 The Altoecopic Ambrotjpe may also he had
«t PRATT* Gallery. aeSs~lu»
rt- j. r. Gurdaer, H. D., llomcropathln
fhvMCfon. Richmond, W .
rjT Office on Oovernor ttreet. near the Richmond
Hoeea. . ea 29--d3m
fjr AnthrncUe. IKldlethlu aid Bl«ek
hlTtb Co*i. — I The subecnber is aow prepared to
faratsh th« be«t PHILADELPHIA ANTHRACITE.
' ,i u?MP COAL from the ebore Chesterfield
nines. which he will tell et the lowest market price,
• -.raAih. or its equivalent. Orders left et the auction
fcpc«» af Larus k Shine, 74 Main etreet, will meet
with prompt attention.
,u P. C. LARUi.
[y to the Public.—Do net pnt ton
much cfmfideece in the self-puffing te common wish
PtfuerreetTpiK*. hut rest assnrad that an* real (not
•rtatinarjl improvement in the l<eaoti f ul art of rho
uimpST ,T>l ' »• inttodtKed by GIBBS ea soon a* it
••,»irs appearance ; but for the present, he conft
j-otij anerU that there U colhiug in thia eity cam.
p.». aUe Tor beauty or du.abilit* wnt the Ambrotype,
, ,'r ' tiaiaoei Picture," at called by some,) as wale by
which fact is the reaaon ot ao many profeaeed
ni -rove.-nonti which have appeared in sundry car da
of .ate. vv « can furnish any style Pletare in tne art
A|. we Ml !• a caii, and examine specimens, to con*
r ace any one of the truth of our aaaertion. Oellery,
(.'.'rirttiiaa Hall, Main, between StU and 10th sta.
ae 15 a P. E. GIBBS.
tir Dr. l'«on« late o: St. I.oitla, Mo. Of
ft't iu» reaidsnce on Sd atreet, weat aide, between
Jla »bal! and Clay ata jy gj—jggt
XT' Lcrrhpe, l.rechea, L«t«chea.—l hare
jcit .etrirei by Adaica' Kxpreaa. a freah lot of
sweea'."h*L<eechea, which will be applied upon the
r.. «t «aa.'nabie lertnt.
P. s-Cuppim an<l Leeching promptly attended
tr i :*o be found at all houra, at tha Hair Dr«aein(
iwa™ uudfr ihe American Hotel.
au JO R. C. HQBSOH.
ry Hourd «f Trade of Kichwond.~
H mci L Kent. Prea't. E. B. Bcntllv, Treaa'r.
William B. Isaacs, Secretary.
Committer of Arbitration.
WILLIAM S. UONNAN, Chairman,
mil* W.Outiißtoor, James B. Doput,
David Ccaaia, L. D Clichihaw.
my 27—ta
fV Botha! Uatl»: JJuihs !—Hot, Cold
and Sbowrr Baths c»n be had at ail houn from
(•'•■'dock, A. M. to 1«P. M.. at tke Hair Cutting, Sha
ves r.r.d Siiampaonic* Saloon, under the American
H.!».. I'ntrance on 11th atreet. Single bath 25 eta.
or St'cknu for 1 dollar. mh 21.
ry Fletcher'* ilalr Tonic ia one of the
I: .ppiest as weil as most useful prepar*tion* that ever
»di invented for the Hair. Its toothing and pene
trating effect* are wonderful!}' »nd perceptibly felt,
Icwntuch taat the general exc'arnation it, "Oh what a
dri.gatful article Fletcher'* Hair Tonic i*;" and it*
benefits ars unequalled by any other preparation. It
perfectly eradicates dandruff from the scalp; it speed
ily stops tho hair from falling off; it makes the coar*e*t
hair soft <nd pliant, and the rede*t hair, by the n»o of
b few bottles. i» changed to a beautiful dark brown.—
Nor is there rny preparation fhat i* equal to
Fletcher's in dre*»in* hair. Ore or two applica
tion* * week being sufficient to keep It in a hsalthy
condition.
!: is said by the principal Dmggiit* in the oity and
en try, and for *ale, wholesala and retail by the
uiacufasiurar, JOHN B. JOHNSON,
je 6 10th *t., between Main and Cary.
C 5- lintrhelor'a ll:Ur Oye.—Twenty yearn
«?H>eriuient and application justify the pioprietor in
w.irrigating thu the best Hair Dye in existence.
It 'iyas Uack or browu uxstautly. without the lea*t
in: irj to Uair or skin. Made ana sold, or applied, (in
u\'i' private roumi) at Bn£cii*lor's Wig Faotorv
> lirutuway, New Ifork.
The genuine for *ale by
BENNETT, BEERS k FISHER,
ap 10—Sm 125 Main ftrsei.
T Ifnlr lire Itnlr Dye.—Johnson. Bar
ber, has a Hair Dye whieh is instautaneou*. and never
wisbei off. We will advise all who dye to give John
son a call, as he warrant* te give perfect *uti*faction
or ne charge.
A;sj to be had Fi.stchbr'j Hill To.tic, aninf al
ii,e remedy for all the ill* that the human hair i*
fc-ir to.
101 H STRHIT BITWIIS Mills Si CIRV STREITS
(V Curled Hair, iU»>i and Shuck .Hat
tresses; Feather Beds and Louuge*. on hand and
mad a to order, by JOHN F. REGNAULT,
oc 9—lui 192 Main it.
V.W Floor and Tablo Oil Cloths; Velvet.
Cocoa, Thread and Wool Door Mats; Cocoa Matting;
Rugs and Booking; for sale by
JOliN F. REGNAULT,
oc '3—lm 19<i Main *treet.
er Velvet, Tapestry. Brussels, Three
piy, Venetian and Ingrain Carpeting*, for *ale, cat
and made, by JOHN F. REGNAULT,
oc 9 —lm 192 Main *treet.
r#"('nrtain (iood*.—A largnand brnntlful
ensortuieut of Brocatelle*, Saan Uel<aije*, Dame«lu,
Aioreen*, Cbnitz. Lace and MusHa Curtains. Also,
(Ja'bon* Cords, Tassel*, Cornice, Bands aud Orna
ineuta. Jn*t recuived. Curtains and Draperies made
end tauun ia the last style, by
JOHN F REGNAULT,
u—lm 192 Main street.
re* Window Shades. -tillt, Velvet, l„nud
scape, bonuot, Fresco imitation, and Flain Shades,
Venetian ttl'.nds; far sale apd made to order, for stores
or (uivbto residences, by
JOHN F. REGNAULT,
- oc 9-lm Main street.
ry French Had American Paper Ilang*
it unci Borders jilt, plain and common. Also, new
Uscoratwtn of Gilt, Velvet, Marble and Wood Imi
tations, just received aod for sale by
JOHN F. REGNAULT, 192 M»in st.
N B.—Rooms, Hails, Itc., Papered in the lateat
ptyie. oc 9—lm
IV J. 8. Thurston, Tuner of Piano Fortes,
offers his sarvices to the citizens of Richmond He
hid resided heie, in tha prosecution of his profession,
tue past seventeen years, and therefore deems it un
necessary to five special teferences.
Oiders may b» left at the bookstore of Messrs. liar
ro:d 4i Murray, Broad street, Shockoe Hill; at Messrs
Philip B. Price's, corner Main and 11th streets, and
at the residence of Mr. T., on Clay, batween 2d aud
3d streets.
J. 3. T. likewise Repairs Pianos in th« best man
ner.
Orders left at the above places will meet with
prompt attention. oc I—lm*
If you have Been any of Jehnson's
Fui v CfcctT or Dollar. Pictures, you will go to
his Daguerreotype Wagons, cornerTth and Broad sts ,
t'.nd getonw or Iwa Likenesses to give to your friends.
They are in ths best style and larger than you can get
elsuwhern. JOHNSON himself is operator in these
Wfcguns, Nos. 7 and 10. He has been about 12 years
in the business. •» 25—bw*
rCt'ard.—Sj. ti. Denoon, Bell and Brnas
Fourjcierer, Fancy (irs.ee aud Fender Manufacturer,
No. Zio Main street, between sth and 9th, west side,
Richmond, Va. jy 10—6 m
nr UrmoTitl.-.lolin rt .tlnrtln, Artist,
his retnuved his Studio Irom the corner of 12th and
Mmo streets to the front room over Mr David Walsh's
Baoe Store, No. 129 Main street. oc 2— lm
tr I'ure Soda Water made la the flneat
Porcelain Fcuntains by ourselves, and all the deli
cious Cream and Fruit Sjrup*. made from tho swrtual
ripe and tound fruits. For sale at
MEADE k. BAKER 8
Now Apothecary Store,
Jy 28—3 m IS6, N. W. corner of Mian end 10th sts
or Fall, 1856.—Splendid Sttck -TIIOS.
& rRiCE *l CO. hare opened the rioheit and most
eaten*ive aaao/tiaent of Foreign and Domettio Dry
Good* which tbey hare ever exhibited to their friend*
and tha puolic:
Elegant Silk Robe*.
Do Valensia da.
Do. Figured Mouselaine*.
Do. do. Caahmere*.
Do. Velvet Cloak*
Do. Colored and Black Cloth Cloak*.
Velvet Talmas —Muse*.
Cloaks—all *tjle*.
ttioii Brocade Silk*.
Do Piaid and Striped BUk*.
French Merino*, (all color* )
taplendid Moire Antiqna Rob«a
Biavk, Fignrad and Piain feiik*.
Cloak Cloth* and Vaivet*.
Kmbroiderie* in every variety.
liemery, (iioves, Mill*.
StiirM, Flannel*, tie.
And so Servant's Good*, *uch a* whit* and oojored
Fulled Cloth*, Sattwetu, Bhoep'* Gray.
Caroline J etna, Lind*ey*, Ae ; tha great** I Btoak
ti;ey Uava ever had, and offered at the vary lowe*t
rale*.
ALSO,
Curtain Material* of avery kind: BrocaUlle; Da
mask; Moreaua: Laie and Mdilio Curtain*; Corajee;
li'i jpa; Band*; tiltnpa, fee., Ac., which will be *old a*
low aa aauh good* can be bought la the large at mar
ketain tha country. T. tl. PRICE A CO ,
ae23— lm K9 Mais *ti eet.
WPrMfriptlan* promptly aa<*ee»r*te
y -.uinooDudad at all bjurs, day of auht, by MRA
JJL'ATjE# OF TUB PHILADELPHIA OOlr
L£U£ OF PHAHMACY, alone at
UAlDbk? A ROBINSON'S
Near Family Medietas and Prase ripUoa Store,
*e iti-mits QUI. 4th and Flan alia at*.
Or Dr. WiM»ldrld#e. —Offlce '•« SOth
•treet, now Jtai*, U rear of Duval « Norton'* Drag
»Utr*. t , , o* 90—Im"
* **'
** 1,-444 M4«T AGENT*.
H.S^Sr„i»rsSßfWK
eare in all eases where the (firecZowTere fen« Ji
hftwiwii'tf pwlmenary or(im, Aanu
2*22!**»"**•«»»KCe„Hnntsville Als!
to whom ell order* must be addreseid
•d In every town in the Union. oJ»*m?
tW Cart.-Thomaa sr. a - _
5VSrr.? th
TT *! t *. n . d J a P*™°a to the aale of Real Estate!
Hcmeeheld Ftaattan, Bto«k> of If erehaadlaa, HmJ
|ro«**~" T ° ****** °« H «*»* aad Hlrlaf oat Re.
f2 i laleet and moet becoming atyle, I w mid
Bharin* < "si?« I *° HOBSON. et hie &air Cutting,
Shampooing and Bathing room, under the
Amerieen Hotel. Entrance on Hth etree'.
B - "Wakera Dyed either Ble«k or Brown oolor.
k IS NOW COVPLETED 0 °nd" aV
BROTYPES and DAGUERREOTYPE'S a™ tolr
taken at thia monter alr.e Skylight Oallerr to anrpnaa
anything in thia part of the country. Come end eee
for jonrwivet We art prepared to put up Likne«et
ta every knows atyle of Art. Now «n band, Morocco,
Velvet, 1 earl, Bhrll, Union, Papisr Machie and Jewel
Caara of every aire and pnea. Alao, Gold Framee,
Gold Locketts. and Gold Pma designed for picturel
Alae Ambrotype and Daguerreotype atock and mate
rtelaat wholesale to country operators, at New York
0830RNE-8 Gallery,
m T 15 Sign of the Flagi.
GT Billons Fftet In tome aectlona of th*
country, is quite prevalent now, and unless properly
treate t may prove fatal. When calomel and other
poiaonoua minerals era administered, the syitera is
greatly wsakeued and reducfd, aud then it ia that
Bakee's Bitters should be regularly administered.
\\ hen nkeo atsuch times it strengthens the stomach
increases the appetite, quickens the liver, improves
tbe digestion, purities the blood, aud to builds u» the
whole frame that the mind becomes at e&M and the
■piriig buovant It taken in time, theie Bitters will
prevent biliousness, and ensure health and happiness
a JI use it as a family medicine. Teething
children and delicate ladies have always been bene
fitted by it# o*e. while decrepid old age has found its
cxhilerating influence of great advantage to them
Those Bitters can be bad by all the principal Drug
gists ia the city of Richmond and elsewhere, oc 14
IF Ladies' Far*.
STONE MARTIN,
ROCK MARTIN,
MINK,
Victorine* end TlpreU.
SATIN DEL.VINES, "
Lace Curtain*,
Mtulin Curtain*,
Cornice,
Trimming* of all kinds.
VELVET CLOAKS, very elegant,
Velvet Cloth Cloak*,
Black Cloth Cioaks,
Mines' Cloak*,
Shawl* in great variety.
FRENCH EMBROIDERY,
Poiut Lace Sett*,
Lace Cape*.
Laee Collar*,
Black Lace*,
Linen Trimmings, new,
and in general itock the greatest and most select va
riety they have ever offered.
THOMAS R. PRICE k CO.
They are just completing the receipt of their stock,
bought within the last two months, and in addition to
the well known attention which they have paid for
year* to tho most elegant goods for ladies and families,
they would call special attention to goods for farmers
of the verv best qualities, and at the lowest prices—
BLANKETS,
SERVANTS' CLOTHINO,
oc22—lm COTTON, kc.
PT Valentine dfc Xon have now opened
their large *tock of Staple aud Fancy DRT GOODS,
which they offer to purchaser*, as lately announced,
at unpreeedented prices, for cash: Negro Woolen*;
Bleached and Brown Domestic*; Oznaburg*; Print* in
every variety, and all tba noveltie* in Do Laine* and
Silk*; Merino**, Cashmere*, Alpaca* and Bomba
zin**, frem auction sal**; Scotch and French Embroi
deries; Ribbons and Trimmings, in variou* ta*tea;
Carpnting*, Jlug*, Blanket*, Hosiery, Glove*, Brook*'
Spool Cotton, Sit. *a.
VALENTINE b SON, No. 99 Broad *t.,
•a 16—t* Valentine Square.
anEgggg 3 ANMAI, KXHIKITION
THE AGRICULTURAL So
__»i Mi_ CIErY OF VIRGINIA. —
Notice is hereby given, that members of the Arical
tural Society, who may comn over the route of this
Company, between Washington and Richmond, on the
occasion of the annual Slate Fair, which will com
mence on TUESDAY, 28th October, will be avowed
t he privil»ge of returning free ; and a ticket to that af
fect can be obtained of any azentof the Company, at
the time of taking rasstge for R 4 chmond, provided
the Society's certificate of membership is exhibited
to inch aaect at the time cf purcliaaiug a ticket for
Richmond. BAMUFL RUTK,
Agftiit Ti wusportion.
N. B.—Tickets not transferable, and good only for
the » eek ending Sunday, 2d November. 1356.
Office R., F„ A P R ft Co., ) S.RUTH.
Richmond. Oct. 6th, 1856 ) oc6 Agent.
riMiU NlliHT M IlllltL ol the JiKI'HA
1 NICS' INSTITUTE will open TO-MORROW
NIGHT, (Wednecday) in the basement of the Uni
vers*list Church, Mr. C. P. BURRU-SS, Principal
Teacher. All apprentices and others who wish to at
tend as must procure their certificates of
membership before that time, as none will be 4ther
wise admitted. Certificates may be had of Mr. Sam
uel 8 Cottrell, on Main street, near 13th, or of
J. W. Lew ell en, the Secretary, who can be found
at the t'xhibi.ion U.Ml,!overJthe First Market, on 17th
and Main streets. Parents and Masters should see
th\t their boys are started at the commencement of
the School, in order to get the benefit of the entire
session. oc 14—tf
HAVK YOU SBKN Hit LI, IM(iS.
WORTH'S TWO HUNDRED FLOATING
BALL OR KNUCKLE WASHING MACHINE? —
It wiil wash one dozen piects of clothes in two min
utes, without iniury to the most delicate material —
Bed-Unilts, Comforts, Blaukets, Sheets, wi'h every
description of Woollen Goods, are washed in the
moat tnorough manner.
This Washing Machine hss taken tie premium at
ail the Fairs where exhibited. It is pronounced by all
who have s«en it the wonder of the age. It is so sim
ple in its construction as not to get out of order. The
machine is so easy to work that small children can
take part in it; any half grown girl of ordinary
strength, however little used to labor, can do a regu
lar week's washing end derive great benefit from the
exorcise, it being of the very best kind for strength
ening the armi, chest and loins.
We beg lesve to refer to the following persons in
this city, who have this machine now in use:
Wm. S. Wuod, Richard Emerson,
F. J Barnes, W. J l,ynham,
8. D. Denoon, Rev. Robt Rylend,
John H. Hll yard, John T. Sublett &. Bro.,
Peter W Grubbs, Mrs. Chamberlain.
These machines can be seen at William H. Wood
ward's Shop, on Sth street, between Franklin and
Grace, and at B. B. Woodward's Shop, on Main St.,
between Bth and Sth sts.
We, the uc.ier'igoed, beg leave to inform the citi
zens of Richmond city, Henrico, Hanover, Louisa,
Goochland and Fluvanna counties, that we have the
exclusive right to manufacture and sell the above
Washing Machine
oc 14—lm WM. H. k R B. WOODWARD.
CO-PAUTNKK.SHIP NOTICK—I havr
thif day utocir.ied with me a* a partner In my
burineis, Mr. A BHOLL, to oonduct the fame at the
old ttand. No 142 Main (treat, nnder the style and
firm of WM. BATTLER A CO.
I take rhia opportunity of moat gratefully thanking
my cutoajeri and the public generally, for past fa
vori and patronage, and would moat reipectfuily a*k
an extension and continuance of the tame to the new
film. WM. BATTLER.
The undsraigned. by boat domestic connections
and by direct importations from Europe, will hereaf
ter ao conduct their Oil. Taint and Glass establish
ment aa to offer great advantages to thair customers,
both as ta quality and price* of every description of
article* in thair line.
Their Arti*t'» Materia!* Department, aiao their
collection of Engraringa and Printe, ha* been consid
erably enlarged, and to thi* branch of their hasiDea*
tbey particularly call the attention of Principala of
School* and Acadetnie* and the loTera of Art.
from the a£.d*d
oc 14— Inj* 142 Main atr"»t, Btehroowd. Va.
COUGHS- - WcfcarilWi'*
/ vVlld Cherry and Bloodraot Candy, i* one of the
beat remedies for Cengha, Co»d*,Hoar*ene*a, Ticlfllag
•f the Throat and tigh'n«ea acroe* the cheat. Ac, and
all Lung diffieultie* Give it a trial. For.aaleby
JOHN J. RICHARDSON, Confecuonar, corner ISth
and Carj *treet Al*o, by John W. Pollard, l 7 'b *U,
A Bedekar, £. J. Pteot, Adie k Gray. Mead a i. Ba
tor, Laldley k Robioacn, L. B. Tfaoma* B.M.Za
chriMoa. oe "~ lm
THB CBS aVrWiWW *anß*"»
1 O'NEIL, deeM. are Heraby notified to appear at
this officH on SATURDAY, the first day tf the next
;"«th. (November,) at 100-clock A. M., a»l wbibrt
tha evidanoas of their claims against toa said de
ceawd R. MILTON CAR*. Cora'r.
on-li —4tf
aJINUkMSON'H OCT. OAST STAI4I.—
** ■ **<*** »***
°. «• kUMrOKft, " R. tlMtlt»n,
Ess"Pggr-*g
t wliiillllll, 'i 'J t Vi'i.imi
HWwiifaMw onaoadgam.ata wfl.fa'
G2f«SSJS! r ja2ftSS , S»
ffirairattT&srs? °~~*^
R«nemW tha wbw ud give cm a Mil after ti
B * «l-w»w fny 11—4kn
r£. £2»- *ai-
V V WM|IBIOH MERCHANTS, gftt their aer
cL™ *V ba t l ' "* P" #h -« of Flomrrwfelt,
Corp. ToWo. fce. h lU-flm
I) ?J"» JMAK.ING.-MKB. J. STKB
wotrd inform her former patron* and the
£?£ t £ ,t ,!le ean f°nnd over the china
k , °°' 117 M « n •*••*. whew work
5? a ° D " to P le "* «d with diapatah.
oc 23—1 m
PARTICULAR NOTICE.—
woirtn l "- C URESS MAK *R
-A. vu '••pcctfully inform her easterners anfi
iunA N« *• ii I *' r h \' im r,n,ai " " bar old
below Gov
ss/DjuavfiMrru? CUI " d
oe 23-fit
MISS It. V««K L. bna Just Ma
<>P«nod a beauti fol aasortment of Y*\\J§xW
WT Md Winter MIL' INERY GOODS.
rUTT.!!l cb h»lrl>rea»e., Dreat'JSKa
Z*' i OW t "l Ml >era, ke.. which abe re
•pectfnlly offer, to iho ladiea of Richmond and vioin
lty at very moderate price*
DRESS-MARINO accordina to the very newest
French and Northern atylea. alao done on veryaecom
modaUag terma and at the aborteat notice, bv Mia. A
M Hi " E " VOOE^3 ertabiiahment,
Jll Broad atreet. oc IB_6t
Ifetaa „ NOTICK TO LAOUH. WtM
Kfflw Mri. C. FLEISHMAN, having jn*t SAP
receiTed from the Northern citiM a
R v**-,. , f' e " dld ?«artment of
RY GOODS, anch aa Bonnet., Flower*. Cap* and
Tnnaming*, of the laUst atyle* and at the loweat
pricea, invite, her old eur omen and the public geae
ry. u C * nd *" a > in «= ber *to4k. She flatter* her
••lf to be able to compete with any e*tsbli.bm.nt of
the kind, a* regard* price, quality, ke , in tha eitv
C. FLEISHMAN, 17th rtreet,
- i. j, * Next door to the Bon-Toa Bakery.
OC I"—aim*
& JpJi ""'iii: 1 ?' 4' A(ent forF,
SVafe? I '?.?' l ' '15 Broad street, ov«rHartwell i. Co-
Uj«r , will open on Tuesday, Oct. list, an elegant
assortment of Fa. l and Winter MILLINERY.
Miss » LYON will also open new styles children's
clothing and patt»rna. oc 20—6t
Afcjrj* MADAM V. HON reapert-
W'MiZJ f ully snn <>onces to the ladies, that *3*9
%'SR* her store will be closed on Tuesday
mTT?™,SL n .. 1 and bo re-opened on
THURSDAY MORNING, Oct. 23d with her wiuinr
open-ng of superb and exquisite Bonnets, compri
no(( all the latest Kitshion* from Paris and New
York, consisting of Rich Royal Velvet of every kind
and color. Satin, and Straw Trimmed and Untrim
med, with a choice selection of elegant Flower*,
Feather*, Cap* and Head Drosses, Sic. tic , which for
style and cheapness, will compete with any othor
establishment lo the city, and thee* in need of any
artiole In the Millinery line, will please give me a
call, as 1 am determined to please and give satisfac
tion. Don't forget MADAM SON, 55 Main street,
opposite St. Charles Hotel.
All orders in the Millinery department executed
with despatch and neatness. oe 21—6t*
ffT, FALL AND M'lN'iHit
gmSTYLES— Mr*. G. C ALLEN will JpO®
{■■■ropen at her new *ale* room, overVJEiJk
wjfcfc Gardner, Carlton & Co , on Tk u rsday_sK2
next, 23d in«t, nw fall and winter *tyle* tiadlos
Dress Hats, Head Dresse*, lie; also the latest style
Dress Patterns—and she i* prepared to have Manraa
making done in all it* branches, et the aho-cest netice
and in the best style. oc 20—6t*
THE AHT OK DANCINU—CHAS. A.
eg® McEVOY has the honor of announcing to the
/ HP citizen* of Richmond that the next annual ses
ftrta *ion of bi* school for instrnction* in the desira
ble accomplishment of Dancing, in all its varied
forms, will commence at Corinthian Hal!, on Wednes
day afternoon, November the 13ih, at 4 o'clock, for
young Ladies, Mines and Master*, and at 7j on the
same evening for Gentlemen.
Regular school days for young Ladies, Mi**e* and
Maatera, Wednesday nfteinoou'* it 4 o'clock, and Sat
urday morning's at 10J o'clock.
Regular school hours for Gentlemen—Wednesday
and Friday evening'* at 7J o'clock.
The session will be a loag one of five months
Terms for the whole time *16. For hall of it t'.O
Parents desiring to enter their children, and ethers
wishing to join the school, should do so during the
first week of the sessio* A private class for young
Ladies will be formed after the organization of the
school 0e23~10t.
BTKAY COW..Come up with
my cowß, in A must last, a medium size
Yfjlw refl oow, with the left ear cooped The
sea&SBSP } wner will coins forward, prove proper
ty i P a J charges and take her away.
JOHN E. CROSLY,
oc 23—SL* Oregon Hill.
FIVE UOI.L.AHS EKIVAKD.-Lelt
(ZjjjF my honse ou Thursday last, my dining room
gr\ servant '-JaMES," a mulatto boy, about 20
yeari of age, 5 feet 6 high ; speaks quick when
«SJl»ipoken to and esn read and write. Masters of
ves«els are requested to look out and tee he i* not
taken off North. oc 21 J. J. FRY.
ACCOMMODATION THAIN.
qjgppaaqpgn HaNGfi OK HOURS —On and after
MONDAY, 28cb in»c., the accommoda
tion train of this Company wi'l run daily, (Sundays
excepted.) between Miitord and Richmond, leaving
MiUord at 6J o'clock A. M., (topping at the Cottage
for breakfast, and arrive u Richmond at 8 58 o'olock
A. M ; returning, will leave Richmondat3 15o'clock,
P. M.,and reach Milford at 5.27 P. M., stopping lor
passengers at any point 03ch way.
Fare the same as on tlvj Through Trains.
SAM'L RUTH,
Agent of Transportation.
OffiraK. r tP.R. R Co., ?
Richmond, Oct. 21st, 18. £ .6 ) oc2l
ff-r- rvwjan VIRGINIA CENT K Al.
RAILROAD.- AR RAN Or.-
SSc«:^»t_^»- MENTS KORTHESTATE AG
RICULTURAL FAIR, TO BE HELD IN RICH
MOND, TUESDAY, 28TH Oct., 1856.
Tickets far the round trip, (" at the price one way")
will be issued to all the Annual and Life members,
upon the presentation of nroper certificates of their
membership, (at all the offices on the l'ne,) com men
ning on SUNDAY, tha 26th inst., to be good to return
at anv lime previous to Sund&y, the 2nd day of next
month.
The usual rates of freight will be charged on all
s*ock and other articles, belonging to members. But
all such article*, as may return—if the property of
the same owners—shall be carried back tree, (and the
charge paid on stock down refunded) on presenta
tion of a certificate showing that su sh stock have ac
tually been exhibited.
Those persons intending to send stock down to tha
Fair, shall give at least five davs notice of the same,
that suitable cars mav bs firnis"hid them in due time.
JOHN H. TIMBERLAKE,
oc 18 —ts Pup't. Vs. Central Railroad.
OMNI BUM NO riCJf—The
subscriber will discontinue running
his OMNIBUS line oa the regular
route during the continuance of the Agricultural
Fair. After the Fair, the line will be resumed as
heretofore.
N. B. The line will he run from the Meshanics to
the Agricultural Fair, at 25 cent* each way, and the
same charts for any intermedials distances
cc22—Bt OF.O. L. EARNEST.
I fHtm.i.m 1 NUTICK-ttICHMOND AND
DANVILLE KAILROAD— Kor the
accommodation of persons visiting the
Agricultural Fair, Train* will leave DANVILLE at
the usual boar, stopping at all the regular stations to
take on passengers. Member* of the Agricultural
ifociety coming to Richmond will be charged full
fare. All inch hi vie g paased over this road will re
turn free, upon prrsentation of their Certificste of
Membership, until the 2d day of November
Stock or articles intended for exh'bition, will be
oharged fall fare coming to Richmond, and return
free, if in possession of trie same owner.
oc 22-tNS C. CAMPBELL, Sup't.
«V_ STKAYKD OH STOLEN, from the
i*»V First Market House, on SATURDAY even
ing. the 18th of October, a YELLOW
MARE, 3 Years old ' She had on a black aaddle with
a leather girth, a grey blanket and a common bridle.
I will give a reward of Ten Dollars for the delivery
of the Mare to me; and if stolen, $;0 for tha appre
hension aad eenvietioa of the thief.
oe 21—tf JOHN LINOSBY.
NOTICK- — The
| aJ proprietor of Oar House,
in cennection with his old
and well known assistant,
C. HUN t' have taken and fitted eat the aaloon* iaaide
the Fair grounds, where they will be moat happy to
receive and wait spou all their friends and aeqaain
lances; aiso, all strangers who nay be either hengry
or thiraty, pledging thensaalvrs aad servants to do
jastioe in everything pertaining to tha mod things of
this life Give them a call and judge for yourselves.
oe 2*-- lit
\fATCHKtt.-ReuodWaedßoxce, Paper
irl Boxes, Beehive Matches, small Wax Matches,
large WuH arches, no Sulphur Matches la round tin
boxes, do. is long tia box**, do. in French faaey b*s,
do. in oraaa boxes, do hi *mall bairels, do. in enam
elled box**, do. in mahogany and fiurled maple cheats,
French Matches. American Matihe* with aad wlttt
oat Sulphnr, Verevian'. and Lance's Flarnmtgerea, for
th.
oc 33 SO* Mala street
fro* THIS IIAIM —PelUtlerJe Uaftaji
JT" 0 - DUWDIN '
putumdatr
By S. B. C'mk MtC» 'iuea"""""
arai
Taraucaah
—** E. B COOR k po_ Aaeta.
W# JLsmm*
[Office with Geo. J. P.inao. Ne. JO Pavi atreet j
SBSS^kek
® Rote wo jd Book Case- 1
I f*. Ro»eirood Wardrobe; fine D resales Q arM ' n>
Bestead; Ifataut Toilet fet; 23?tk .tack
Ba^J in «! Sideboard; 1 elegant Lounge-
Cautte Tablea; (Carpet and Rag; Oil Paintinga- 2a-
F ° rte ' hT * cekhme<l hSkerof
By order of the Adminiatrator.
THQB. W KTOMEE. Arfeta.
By Thaaiu W. ltrraee
rOffice with George J Samner.No. 20, Pearl Stmt.]
AV— UOUIKB AMU BUtiUIBN FOE
AT AUCTION.—WiiI be «>ld, on
SATURBAT morning, October 25th, com
menciog at lt*>cleck, at the Herae Lot. Central De
. pot, a number of Saddle and Harnata Horaea, and 2
aeeond hand Boggiaawitb Hanieaa
•c 2* THOB. W. KEESEE, Anet.
By Kichnrd <■ am horn.
UiNKCOW AT AUCTION.--On BATUH
*• the 25th ioat, at 10 o'clock, at the liot near
the Central Railroad Depot, I will aell at anc'ion, a
varv anperior Milch Cow, railed near Philadelphia,
haa been in the city three yeara. and givsa 14 qaaiti
mtlk daily, when £reah to the pail.
HORSES.
Also, aeveral work Hcriea, and one F.ae Mare,
oc 24 Jt_ CAUTHORN.
By Alexander Motr, Auctioneer.
DRY t.OOIJS AND CRO
o9^T^i^ 3 W ®" be *o!d at auction, at my (tore,
on SATURDAY next, Ss*.h instant, commencing at 10
o'clock, a good assortment of new and aeeond band
Fnrnitore
DRY GOODS—Several invoice* (oaaenable food*
just received, with food assortment BooCi, Snoea.
Ca.pi, Bonnet*. Vc
GROCERIES.—2 bMi French Brandy; 3do Old
Rye Whiskey: 2 do N. E. Ran; 2do Brown Suitn
10 boxes Cofxiac Brandy; 100,Wx> Serars.
ADDITIONAL—WiII be aold it the Horse Lot op-
S>slie the Cen'ra! Reilrcad Di-pct, at 10 o'clock, 2
nggie*, one suitable for • physician.
oe 2< ALFX NOTT, Anct.
CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENTS*
-sfcfl CHILDREN'S AND VOUTJHS'
TPS CLOTHING.—The subscriber has now the
lIT ,ar « e,tßn<i best assortment of CLOTHING
*■ ■" ■ for Children'* and \ oulhs' wear, that he ever
had to offer, comprising all sizes, style* and qualities
Parent* and guardian*, and all ether* in want of auch
pood*, would save much time and trouble by calling
immediately on me, a* I am determined to offer eve
ry inducement to ininre perfect satisfaction, and will
be *old low for cash, or to punctual customer*.
J. H. RIDDICK,
No. 162J Main St., opposite the American Hotel,
ae 23 -2m*
>n FALL. UUODS, 183t>.~The sub.
*cn tier baa just received a beautiful as* >rt
liHr ment Gentlemen'* Furniahimg Goods, such
" fine dress Shirts, Drawer*, Sock*. Collar*,
Suspenders, Gloves, Neck Ties. Pscket Hdkfs , he ,
4tc. Also, a large lot of gentlemen's Shawls, to
which he would ask the attention of his friends and
tlie public generally. E. B. SPENCE,
oc 10 No. 120, Main and I3'.h sts.
tJK.S. itIcELKOY, Merchant Tailor,
Governor Street, a few doors above Main,
Has just received a beautiful assortment of
GOODS, adapted to gentlemen'* wear, con
rating of Cloth* and Cass)meres of all colors, Vel
vets, Silks and Cashmere Vcstinzs of the mcst beau
tiful description, all of which have been recently
aelected by himself in the Northern cities, and he is
now prepared to execute orders with premptneaa, on
reasonable terms ae 18—2 m
JB. FEKUUSON. Jr.,
NO. 9, PEARL STREET,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF DRY GOODS.
SECOND SUPPLY!
The inbacriber having sold out many style* of Goods
Jmrchasad in the early part of the season, has found
t necessary to make anether visit to New York, for
the purpose of replenishing his stock, and i* now re
ceiving and opening a variety of LADIES' DRESS
GOODS, embracing Fancy Silk*, rich Paris DeLaines
a'd Cashmeres, Merinoea, medium priced Mcuslaines
ana Cashmeres, Embroideries, Laces, Lawn and Linen
tldkta, lie.
Al*o, a full snpply cf Silk and Cut VeVvet Vestings,
Black ard Fancy Cataimeres, and many other new
and desirable articles—all of which have just been
purchased at very low prices, and will be offered to
the city and country trade, by wholesale, at a small
advance on cest.
£y An early examination is requested.
oc 23—dim J. B FERGUSON, Jr.
AM i KEAUY TO D 1 Kf-Dentli is anre;
no man can escape him. He treads with equal
foot at the hovels of pauper* and the palaces of
Kins*. Are you ready toga with himsnd leavetethe
coid charities of the world a widow and orphant 1 -
How can you be if you eannet leave them a certainty
o; subsistence, and a freedom from the ills of pover
ty? Every man may thus provide by calling on the
Agent of the Kete York 1.%/e Iniiirnnce Company,
acd secure a policy for $1009 to tfilO.OtXt, which c»o
be made exclusively for the benefit of his -family. All
losses paid iu 60 day* after proof of the party'* death
The Company will have paid at this Agency, in a
few days, losses to the amount of $18,000, since Janu
ary lsril. For exolanatorv books or information, call
at the Agent'* office, 203 Alain street.
CHAS. WORTHAM, Local Agent.
Cms. E. Wortham, General Agent and Attorney
for Va. oc 20- -fit
SCHOOL. OK OKaiUN OF THU Vilt-
OoiNlA MECHANICS INSTlTUTE—Thisschool
will be opened on or about the 10th of November
next. Arrangements are now being made for a more
thorough and extensive mode of teaching the pupils
and every thing thatu necessary, will be done to givs
satisfaction to all who aitend
The school will be the direction of Mr. W.
O. PECIVAL, who will be aided by oompetent as
sistants
Terms—s2oo per month, payable in advance.
Young men wishing to join tie. classes now forming
will please leave their names at the office of Mr Per
cival, intiodiin's Building, with J. W. Le we lien, at
the Dispatch office, oi with either one of the Com
mittee. TrlOS. SAMSON, ) Committee on
8. Y. LANDRUM. > School
THOS. H. WYNNE, ) of Design.
oc 22—ts
O O. OKNOON has lor sale 000 ivnmii
kj« elled Grates, Fenders, and Summer Pieces em
bracing Square Topped, Cirole and Eliptis Pattern*
These Grate* are ot my own manufacture, and shall
be *old at the loweit prices. Orders from town and
country promptly attended to. The Virginia Mecha
nics'lnstitute sward'd a silver medal, the high; st
premium, to Samuil D. Dunoon for the best speci
mens of Grates and Fender*. Alio, for *ale. a large
stock of Bells, Brass Brick Mon'ds, lie. Apply at ray
Beil and Bras* Foundry, No 225 Main street, between
Bth and 9th, west side, Richmond. Va. oe 18—Sm
1 OCKKTT As OIiNNIH, (itoctre aad
1 j Comuiiaaion Merchants. 13th street, between
Main and Cary, Richmsnd, Va., keep con. tantly on
hand a well selected and general **aortment of GRO
CERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, 4tc. Order* from
the country promptly attended to oc 16—lm
TO LUMBKR UKALKKs AiMO BUI
1 DERS—The subscribers having deUrmlnsd to
discontinue the Lumber Business, offer their entire
stock at greatly reduced price*, consuling, of viz :
350,000 feet WHITE FINE, ail qualities mad
thickness
150,000 feet Southern DRESS FLOORING
125,000 feet Whitawood BOARDS and FLANK.
ALSO,
Blaek Walnut, Cherry, Maple, OAK. Hickory,
Yellow Pine Boards. SCANTLING, Rail*. Jto.. he.
The attention of tha Tudk it particularly called
to oar large and extensive Mock, a* we are determin
ed to close oat the entire stock without delay.
R. k G. WHITKIKLD,
oe 20—lmif Corner of Cary and 10th st
JpOULKHTON 6c FIT2(JkKALb, Km. 14
J Poarl street—Offer far sale a choice lot Bperm,
Adamantine and Tallow Candles; Colgate's pate,
brews and fancy Soaps; choice-New Orleans and For*
to Also Sugar, Loaf, Crashed, Powdered and Coffee
do; Rio, Laguayra, Mocha and Old Government Java
Coffee; Molasses; Bacon Sides; Liverpool Fine Salt*
prime pkkliag Vlnagsr; No. 2 Mackerel; Lima; |tie»;
Starch; Window Glass; Old Dominion Nails; Fine
Green and Black Teas; ehoiee old Braadias, Wines,
and a large stock very fine old Rye Whiskey, with a
other article* to be found in a similar
establishment. oo a>—Bt
[VOTICIC,~AII psnssi are r«*Mdn M
1 eitber tntEe day or night, apoa our farms,
as tha law will ha strictly eaforoed against every oee
violating this notice. THOMAS DOSWJCLL,
J NO. V. WTATT.
Hanover —October fl. 18f6 oe 21-St
L'OK thetmiaaceaftlie year
I r a Negro MAN. Apply to
oe 16—ts R. CALTTHORN.
niXUNtt PATK>T HAD HA UK t'CTTJUt.
1/ Assorted, four sizei. for sate cheap, by
CLARKSON k ANDERSON,
oc g No |0S Maim street.
o ALU - M«tr dfc IfoaM SpaHHlsg
liT' "*■ TiSroiS» owunumr.
*** Toilfl.'luw.
M tl liMllwUaiM*
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JS iz.-irsr'skii js*<
nss* jruLra 'zTJiss'-^Sst
tb.ci.rt', o«M tii in ■ ■ iiYrriTii "ii*
In *? — ** *" '«"■ *ati«toeey
*U the o*rtai« traet, piee* or parcel of lafed, sitaaf**
ing lS4j icrt. vore or 1m twin. (k. mU tract of lasd
wnieh <*■* aaad Capp.jp u/rhaaed.d' John Patera, trw
*»•• »»* VirgiaiaA. WUitkiatoath***ldbtSepti
Mi, —by r.f.r«ne.to tit* dead therefor, aod Sly
recorded ia tha Clerk'* CMEca of Priaceaa Anne Ccan
tj Court, will appear.
ALSO, all that certain Lot of Land, tytayaad Mil
in that -part of tha eitv of Riebmood.«nmin!r»!;
known aa tha FRENCH GARDEN—it beinT the
•am. lot of land which the aaid Joaepb Cam mi
cbaaad of itobart Pattie and wifa, on tha Bth of Mar
IMS, aa by their deed therefor, daly recorded la the
Cle»V» OWee of the Halting. Court of aaid aity of
R'ehmosd will appear.
The title tha aafd property i* believed to be oaqoe*-
ttollable, hat aallisf aa Trnatee, I ihall aall and con
vey only auch tit!, aa ia reatad la ma by aaid Trnat
Deed.
ec24-;ot JOHN PETER". Traatee.
By Taylar dk WUllmna
TEWTKK'B DALfc OF 140 ACRES OP
* LAND, TWO MILES BELOW THE CITY,
AT AUCTION —In execution of a deed of trnat, ex
eented totheanbaeriber by Lather Wright, dated Bth
December, 1855. and recorded ia Henrico County
Court Clerk'® Office, being thereto requested. I aha if.
JJ SATURDAY, 25th dijr of October, at 12 o'clock,
M., upon the premise*, sell the propertj by siid deed
conveyed—being a tract of Isod sitnated as shore
stated, called ''iiOPKWELL" containingso acief.—
A'* o -•°o'b*r tract adjoining the aboy., known aa
•THE RESERVE,** containing 90 aerea. Thialand
adjoin* the land of Meaara. B. W. Roper, W. Oreea,
Jaraea Malone, and C. and R W. McGrnder, and ia
improved with two kitehena, aitable, barn, tee-hooae,
lis, fce. *
Term* caah ; bat an arrangement may probably be
made to afford a credit on a portion of toe porenaae
money.
- „ JAMES M. TAYLOR, Tru-tee.
ty Tatlou fc WatuMs, Aucts. oc 21—tf
By tioddii 4c Apptraon.
IJA.VUSOIIK BUILDING LOTS ON
n MARSHALL STREET, BETWEEN MUN
KORD AND OILMER STREETS, AT AUCTION.
Will b« raid, on TUESDAY, the 28th October, 1856,
on the premise*, at 4} e'clock, two bcaatifal lota on
the north fide of Marshall street, located aa above,
fronting the one SI feet and the other 32 feet, rnnnini
back 14" feet to an all-y.
Terms : One-third each; balance at 4 and 8 month*,
for negotiable note*, interest added, and the title re
tained tUi laat note i* paid.
00 24 OODDIN k APPERSON, Ancts.
CALE OF VALAI'BI.K KKAL ESTATE
K5 IN THi; CITX OF RICHMOND, ON CLA?,
BETWEEN 3d aho 4th STREETS.—By virtue of
the laat will and testament of Arthur 8. B'gcken
brough, dte'd , late of Albemarle county, Va.. wa
shall, at the request of Thomaa M, Brewn, lata She
riff of aaid county, to whom the estate < f said Brock
enbrouxh has been committed for administration, sell
at public actian, on the premiaea, on THURSDAY,
the 6th day of November, 1856, at 4 o'clock, P. M., if
fair, if not, the next fair day, that portion of lot No.
633, in the plan of aaid city, now in the occupancy of
Mr. Thomaa W. Brockenbrough, fronti ig cn the
nerth aide of Clay or K itreet 79 feet, running back
168J feet, and having thereon a large brick mamion.
The property will be divided ao aa to aell off a vacant
lot on the weat.
Tehms-One-fourth caab; balance at 6, 12 and IS
month*, for negotiable note*, interest added, secured
by a trust deed, or title retained,
oc 20 GOODIN ft APPERSON, Aucts.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF LOT ON
18TH STREET, NEAR VENABLE STREET.
—As commissioner* appointed by a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of Henrico, pronounced on the Bth May,
18.56, in the case of Vaughan,&.o v*. Vaughan, its., we
■hall proceed to *ell, at public auction, on the prem
ises, on MONDAY, the 27th Oat., 1856, at 4 o'clock, a
lot of land, of which the late Henry Vaughan died
seized, fronting on the eastern aide of 18th atreet,
near to Venable street
Terms: One-third cash; balance atlod 2 yeara.
for bond*, with good security, beating interest, and
title retained till laat bond i* psid.
W. H. VAUGHAN, )r„
JAS. D. VAUGHAN, 5 Co®" 1 **•
Sale eonducted by Goddin k Appekson, Anct*.
oe 13—eodtda.
rPRUSTEKS' SALE OF liOUSES AND
1 LOTS ON BROAD ST., HENRICO COUNTY.
—By virtue of two truat deed*, dated (the lat) 4th
December, 1854. the aecond 3d May, 1835, executed
by Frederick Kregel and wife, to aecure certain
debt* to the Shockoe HUI Building Fund Aaaociation,
the undersigned, the present trustees If said Associa
tion, will proceed to sell at public auction, on the
premises, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of October,
1556, at 4 o'clock, P. M , if foir, if not, the next fair
day, the real estate conveyed by said deeds, consist
ing of lots Nos. 28 and 29 in Valentine's place, front
ing on the north side of Broad street, the one 31 feet,
and the other SO feet, running baek 146 feet to an al
ley 20 feet wide, having on each of said lota a framed
tenement, one of which haabeen tor many year* past
occupied aa a grocery stand.
The terms, which will be liberal, will be made
known at the hour of sale.
M. L. STRAUS. )
L. M. HARROLD, > Trnitee*.
oc 16 ALBERT SPOTT. J
I AKGE URiCK DWELLING, ON STH
Li STREET, BETWEEN CANAL AND BYRD
STREETS. »OR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be
•old, on WEDNESDAY afternoon, the 29th October,
185b, on the piemlses, commencing at 4 o'clock, the
large Brick Dwelling, l ocated as above, and opposite
to Messra. t>amson ti Paa'a Foundry. It contans 10
rooms', is well built, and is aupplied with ci'y water
and bathing apparatus
Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 4, 8 and 12
months, for negotable note*, intereat added, aocured
by a trust deed, or title retained,
oc 22 GODDIN k APPERSON, Auct*.
FMBM rOR MALK .—The suhacrlbcr
wishes to sell her Farm in the county of Powhatan*
about 27 miles from Richmond, and about three quar
ters of a mile fromjjames river The Farm consists of
about <0O acres of land, benutifally situated, in a most
desirable neighborhood, adjoinin* the lands of Messrs
T. Eustace, Whitfield, Turpin, Carter Lee, lie ; haa a
good House and all reqeisite buildings, and the tin
eat kind of spring* in almost every li-sld ; about 3"0
acres cleared, and the balance heavily timbered.
There ar<> several churches and mills in the immedi
ate neighborhood. Fortorms, which will be liberal,
apply to Dr. T.G. Mackenzie or Rich'd M. Macken
zie, Fine Creek P. 0., Powhatan county, or to Jno
H. Mackenzie, Richmond, Va.
Mas. JANE MACKENZIE.
If not sold privately, it will be sold at auction, on
the premises, together with the Crop, Stock, he.. on
the uh November.lßs6. iic B—eodtds
UILL JKOK SAJ..K—WiII bo
sold at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, the sth
of November, 1856, the farm commonly known as
"Tnrkey Hill," in the county of Hanover, on the
Chickahomioy river, 12 miles east of Richmond,
containing 225 acre* of'and: about ICO acres are clear
ed, and i* well adapted to the growth cf wheat, corn
and oat»; 75 acre* of the uncleared land is mud and
island land, and is as rich as any land in Eastern Vir
ginia. and is heavily timbered with a*h, maple and
oak of tho finest quality, which render* it more val
uable, a* it is near market aad in demand. The lo
cation is remsrkabljr beaitby; as a proof of this fact,
I have resided on said farm for the last fifteen years
with a large famiiy and not a single case of bilious
nor ague and fever uas occurred la my family in that
length of time The dwelling house i* a two story
wood building, fifty-two feet loag and twenty faet
wide, with a twelve feet passage, containing four
room* and i* not im good repair; bat, with a little ex
penae, can be rendered very comfortable. There I* a
spring within fifty yard* of the dwelling hooeeof as
good water a* any in Eastern Virginia. It ii need ■
f-to de-dbbamor,l»U,. joHN ATKIH , QN
Persons wishing further information tfee
property will plea** call on E. D. EACH.O,
oc 6—ids Gen. Ag*t. Psarlst.
TRL'HTIiKH BALK UF BTIHIR S'"
T AiTASs?oflbe Hill BniWtag Fund
Association, wa shall prooaad to sell to tha highest
M. 1. STRAUS, 1
L M'HARRULIJ, > Trustee*.
oc 23—ids ALBERT SPOTT,)
swassAssK
rooms, the moat complete Spring Bed that I
svar sien; it is so very *imp\* in iu coastjoctioa
that it i* not Hahla to g«t oat of order. He hi«n»
tha largest aad most beautiful assortment of Funii
ta/e I Cava evsr seea exhibited la Ruhtnoß* "J
attention was attracted to a most beaaufal Wardrebe
in tha assort meat. oe 2D-dim A.
/ < LOTUJNO-SafleiMt |far tke eeaUofl
v> and sartafactien of eostomers, my be focad at
lifi Main street, where all interested am
call. S
OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS, of tke MM ap
proved style, warranted to flt, mm reaommsadsd as
perfect in all that laaseeesar* forjsatlaiirtU*.
DRESS FROCKS, DRESS FHDtKs. of Sleek
and Faaey Cloth, varied la style, uf aastfy reedy
far the examination aad approval M all those aie
poaed to aetiee the advantage* of ear stock
HOVF BEAUTIFUL! are thegs weals of thoaa
who have been fortunate saongh to purchase from
the subscribers. Dee* this seem like boasting?
Thoaa who think it extrava«aat would da well to set
tbeMiive* right by aa examination.
' OROSHUNO A TUP MAN,
oall- If Male wraet.
OmSHV BUSlNESS,l.'this*tv.
Rl*hwi*t,Oet. IS, KH.
Br {M* * iMIWIfc
M CUTS TO VALLEY im«!
ro* SALE AT AUCTiOW.-Wuiko MM,, m
TO 17* SD AT,2Sdof Oeteber, lMd.ea tko mnmtm,
semiDeaeiag at 4 o'clock, that will* valaaklo Batld
uvMitik(MnMt«ronMHi»kM%<n»
Mta to Ma. Vm-UWi roridoaosi. ftMtfifff M,
raasiag book IMfeet toaaalloy9ofeotw3» Mk
whleh wiH ko tell mtml Loto oa S7tk. kataoM L
aad M streets: aflat of wkkh will ko asUMadat
Iko hoar of mm.
Ail Mttoiai day, vis: lUIIAT. Mill Ortikir,
18£S,oatbe promisee, eom monetae etdo'elook, tkroo
•man wcorn Taasntkals, oa Valley aa! Blekard
awm. fcwiih oM߻ta* ky ?*rtok (TCmmK.
Abo, a valiiblt Let at the corner of Valloy aa!
Lojvnea streets, 394x1# foot.
A!ao. 2 framed Tenements aad several vaeaat Lota,
on Baldwin near to FiMilitnoit
TaaM*.—One-foarth oa*k; balaece at i I ialll
months. for negotiable notes, lataraot tllil, lad titlo
retained till but note i* paid.
oo IS GOODIN A APPEESOM, Aaete.
»jß.i COOK dk tU.Aata
fkUi GOODS, dee, AT AGCnOKr-WIU
1/ be aoidon KBIDAV. 24th last., at 10 o'clock, at
oar Mors, a wrj large sssortnaat of ataxia aa! fak
ay Dry Goods, Cloths, Cwiattaa, ta-iaklldl| a
great variety cf Ladies Orua Goods, Clocks, raid
meres, Satinets, Satin, Silk and Embroidered Vest
ing*. Cottoa and Marino Undershirts. Hosiery la treat
variety, Shirts. Snspenders, Silk aad Cambria Heed
kerchiefc, fce. fca.
ALSO—A muall lot of Hoasebold Foraltaro be
locg ag to a family declining boon keeping.
ALSO—A lot of Cocnac Brandy aad Moaoegahela
Whiskey in Camijokaa.
oc » fc. S. COOK A CO., Aaete.
lllliH tOJISTABLIPS MAA.K-v»ill be sold
AA on PBIDAT, the 24th October, 1856.U 10o'a>oek,
at tke houto formerly occupied by F. w. Mailer, oa
Governor street, between Main aad Praakha. to sat
isfy an attachment of Eidgway vs. Mailer: Oao
German Piano Porte; 2 Old *ofss; S Pine Tables;
7 Chaifr, 6 Demlishas; I Bar; 1 Ice Box; 1 Gilt Minor;
1 Picture;jl Clock; S Gilt Pigare Heads; 3 bundles Ci
gars; 2 pint bottles Chsmpsgne; I set Castors; 28 Tum
blers; 1 Oedlner; 19 Decanter*; 1 guear Stand; half
dozen Plates; 8 Pewter Spoons; 1 fire Screen; 1
H lower; 1 Wooden Paint'd Screen; 2 empty harrala;
I Kualett of Irish Whisker; 5 Window Shades; i
pair Spittoons; 1 Cottage Bedatead; X MaitrssMs;
Sheets; Conaterpalne, aad tke key or the Bar Aoom
the balaooe of the rear Terms cask oa delivery.
0c22-3t FHEP. BUTLER, H. C. C. E.
Hy liaTMneri, Alias 9c Ca>
900 Cum BOOTH, SHOE* m»4 HAT*,
/SUU AT AUCTION -On FRIDAY, 34th October!
we will tell, at lOo'cloak, at oar taction (tore. an a*
aartmant of Boota, Shoe* and BaM) winter gooda of
beat quality.
Teams— Under $100caah; $100 and over, 4 men the
credit for at proved paper.
on 21 ALLEN A CO-. AneU.
By li»r»» 4c itfetM.
A8HIONBBt»> s«LB OF 910,000
WORTH OF WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac.,
AT AUCTION.—WiII be aold at poblie auction, com
mencing on SATURDAY EVENING, at T o'clock, at
Store No. 74, Main (treat, the entire ttock of a mer
chant declining buaineae. amounting to aboat 910,000
worth of Oold Engliah Huntingend open face Lever
Wa'chea, Oold Anckera and Cylinder*, Silver De
tached Lever*, Anckera and Cylinder*.
ALSO,
An extenaive aaaortment of Gold Plated and 6Ut
Watohea, auitable for the country trade.
ALSO,
A large aaaortment of Heavy Gold Fob, BreaM and
Guard Chaine.
An extenaive variety of Gold Loekete, (all flaw,)
Breaatpin* anitable for genta and ladle*, Cameo and
Gold Stone Seta, Braeeletta, Ear Ring*, all stylee of
Finger Ring*, Gold and Silver Feneile and Feaa, to
gether with a complete aaaortment of Maple and fanoy
Good*, of all kind*, both American and Engliah.
Country merchant* weald do well to attend oar
sale*, aa an opportunity i* offered to thorn to got an
aaaortment of *uch article* which can aioae be found
in the city.
Selling for the aaaignaa, we are inatraeted to aloe*
the entire Mock aa aoonaa practicable.
The public are reapeotfully invited to examine tho
Mock, which will be exhibited and told privately, dal
ly, until the entire lot 1* cloaed
0T Sale to tak* place every evening, commencing
at 7 o'clock. LARUS A SHINE, Aueta.,
ae 26 No 74 Main (tree.
Having received instruction* to cloao the entire
Mock aa aooa aa poMible, and to facilitate our instruc
tion, we have taken the atore on Main atreet, No ISO,
(twe door* below the Exchange Vaak,) where we
will aell daily at 10 A.M. and 7 P.M., commencing
on next TUESDAY, the Hat InM. Oar reau'ar eve
ning aalei will alao take place at our More 74 Main M.
oc 20 LARUS A SHINE, AaeU.
V. S. MAIL. STKAMSUJP
ROANOKE leave* City PoiqtSA
TURDAY morning, at 9 o'clock, for
2mAawßh NEW YORK, via NORFOLK?
i-aaeengera doairing to take thb cheap and comfort
able route to New York, muM leave here by the Pe
teraburg cara, at 44 o'clock Saturday morning.
Ticket* and berth* eeoured at oar office. South dd*
of tbe Baa n
Only 910 through to New York, meal* cad ctata
roem accommodation* included.
oc 23—2t LUDLAM k WATSON.
H AU- K *.» „ OVE | (BEIi
Ii receivod it P. H. PRICE'B.
Also, freih (applies of
FLOWERS BY THK WA Y-SIDR. Tie.
BAKER'S REVIVAL SERMONS. •!.
JAY'S MORNINGS WITH JESU9. $1.15.
" MORNING EXERCISES. Tso.
" EVENING do. We.
ALEXANDER'S WAY OF BALVATION. 15.
SAMPSON ON HEBREWS. $->.80.
MORE ON HAGGAI, fee ®2.
PRINCE OF HOVBE OF DAVID. 91.25.
oe 22—at
HABFKK'O~IiAW JOUKNAA., dir.
RANDOLPH'S Book Stare and Bindery
FRANK Forrester'* Complete Maaael for Young
SporUnnen. $1.50. -j
CHAPMAN'S Sectional Map of Miaaeecta sad Wis
consin at 75 eta
CHAPMAN'S Sectional Map of lowa Md lillinols at
#1
HARPER'S Magazine and Story Book for Norem*
ber.at S5 cte.
HARPER'S Dialogues for the amassment sad in
■traction of yoang pereon*. at 40 eta.
GODEY and Graham'* Magazine for Novamber, st
23 cti.
DAVID Copperfisid; by Dickens. ▲ new edition,
complete in I vol. $1.50.
PASSION and Principle; a Domeitic Novel; by Mrs.
(iray. Paper, 50 ets.
TH B Banished Son; by Mrs. Heats A new edition.
Mualia !2mo. CI 25.
HALSTEA D'S Law of Evidenes. 1 vol* $i.
OCTOBER. No. oftbe Quarterly Law Journal.
SABBATH Bell* Chined by the Poets. Elegantly
illustrated. *175. oe 25—Vt
AVANA AND PKINCIPK CitJAKS, •(
the following claaaee, vis:
REGALIA, PENSADOB, LONDON,
COMMON SIZE PANETELA aad OPERA
Also— Tnrkcy aad Virginia Smokiag Tobacco; Vir
ginia Chewing Tobacco; Meersebaam, Cydrolit. Bo
bernian, Oenoiseand Powhatan Pipe*; Amber, Pearl.
Cherry, Zebra and Jeaaamin* Stems; Meeraebaam and
Amber Cigar Tabss—and all ether artielea La the To
bacco tine, can. be had of
CHARLES RICHARDSON,
Importer of sari Dealer in Havana aad
Principe Cigar*, American Hotel Baiidlng,
an I—tf Corner of Main and Iltb atreets.
IV«w in THK TIMK TO MtV CUKAP
i" DRY GOODS.—I bave now in (tore many de
sirable stylsa of Goods at annsaally low price*. Linen
Damask Napkins at *2. worth 3.00; Haeaback aad
Diaper Towels at *1.50 per doa: Baper Pren&blCor
eeta at $1.25; Brown Linen Table Clothe at 6Sf eta;
Pillow-Case Cotton at 134 eta.; best qaaiity Castas
Skirts at 75e.| Worked Collars at 25e, worth Mt.; and
many other article* at prises that will asteni'h the
eloeeat buyers JACOB A- LEVY,
oe 23 15 Mala at
"■»- M - a TiU&a£*'
oe a»-3t* - Broad straet. » daots free* M.
I AO Hit BttMH, pat ap imism mmtt ptmt
Ll bottles, for family sse; «Isp, bj.ibe ke.snd half
bbl; for s»!a by t. WILSACHtR,
OQ 23 P4 SW Hi
|\]urlCK ttYHPJtP-rits.-Afl MM* wto
l* now saffar from this disease, *hould; araeara a
bottle of BAKEJt'S PREMIUM BITTtRS, a mart
excellent remedy tf takea in t»M. Ts be bad whole
■ale and retail Drug Store,
oe 22 Market fta«.
if* lug* HMlf, J«5 !•«•!»*
toL «i, ud for Mtte k>«* U
' J. W. OAJU.ICK.-f DnmMm,
ob 22 rnalili« itnir
Tf *M*ATk
A wery hsadsomeforeiteieatwfowwK****-
a-'^rajrcs&Stettte
*£ «* >• OAPTBO**.
l" lUlßitM> 1— >■— U»<M
£'**' n.'Lr^&r^ssm^X.

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