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Manitag, WT«wW r 11
Financial and ConwMfctaL
The aod Ohlo R*ilro»<i
far the part month, compared with that of tha cor-
month or
Inerte.**'® M Dee <1181 *5 Ino $47,1»4 **
The above aomparlaon* »bow that the r*J«nnet o*
the road, daring the paat month, bare been $47.954 W
„are than daring the *eme month of the previon*
$11t,7»06, mora than in 1854.
By Trlegnph.
Bii-rmoan. No* IS— floor ready-Howard Bt
—d CUT Mill* <6 75; Ohio $7 Wheat active—
wtte /| «fi; R»4 •l-48»l 51 Whlte Corn 00
* voaK. Nov. IS —Fliuradvaneed —State $6.55
JJW6S. Honthe.n #7 IS»7 .*> White Wheat $170 ;
Red $1 529160. Mixed 7i'; Yellow 73.
Klchinond .Mnrkrce, M»»omb*r 13.
BACON—We quote pr'me Bone Sidt* 9}c . (carce;
Shoulder* »c . duil; Todd* Hog round lie.; Ham* 12
® .3c .a* 'n qualitv
BEfesWAX—»»»s«. f ft.
COKKKK—Market ta ti ui. We quote Rio 10f®
12c ; Laauiyra 'J;.; Java 15# 16c ; Mocha 16a.
COKS — Market a little lower than laat week, aud
not ao firm. We quote by tha cargo from the Dock,
70 cu.: from the depota 7ty®7sa p»r bothal. R»-
ceipt* iaat week 6612 buauels, againat 4672 corre
apoadini week la*t year.
FI.oUR —Tlie market ha* been q'liet *ince our laat
weekly report We ontinu-j to quote to *hipo ia:
Hupertiae 46 75d>7 lor fair to rhjice; fine #6 2A;
X diddling* $5 To the tr*4a, by t.ie drav load,
we quo'e -uperfiae *7.U287.25, Extra $7.75a>8~; Kaiu
iif ♦ 3 50drl Receipt* la«t we-k 4321 bbl* , agaiuft
3-121 corr i»pr>ndia< week ia»f year,
FLAX SE E D—* 1. Vi ii> 1.80 $> btuhel.
fc'RUIT.—Oranues. in bMa. ifc7<£.J. Lemons, "s*i
®7 6u box. according to quality. Raisins. bunch.
In Dxa. i>4 -»7<ilsit; half do.. nuarter do., $1.37;
layer, in boxe*, $5 V<2-t>; half boxes $2.75. New Rais
ins #5 pt-r box ;or layer*. Kigs—ls®lßc. -J?' 16.—
New Crop 233>31c Prunes—l*. <£Joc. & 18.
GRASS SEEDS—The *e>aon being over we cote a
decline lu Clover Skku, which we quote at
8b) buahel; Timothy $4<i>4.50. Orchard and Kau
dail ii-n.u Seed* ;Vi.
LIME.—SI.3OJ»I.S7i in itore; $1,124 from veaael
MULASat'.i.— We quute Piew Orlean* SiJStjOc.,
and *carce ; Porto Rico fi le—«al«** of prime at me lat
ter; Cuba Muacovaaoa 50c. Market hrin
OATS —tic buahel. with very~iiini£ed receipt*.
OFKAL.—Brau 18c. bushel; Short* klic.; Brown
Stud 25c , and Shipatud 60c. buahel.
PKAS.--Black aud Clay n»n* in market.
RYE.—We auote 80<£ooc. •f*' bustiel, according to
quality. Very little offered.
RlCE—mSoic. tts , aa to quantity and quality.
SUGARS—Market iirm aud adiancirg. We quote
New Oi leans 10Ja> Ic.; Poito Kico lUfrlOJe.; Cu»* 10
®osc; Loaf 14ja>,5c; Crushed aad Powdered Hi®
144e C. Coffee I*l tfUfc:.; Circle A. I3®t3ic.
TOBACCO.—The receipts of old Tobacco are very
small. an<l prices high. We quote inferior Lua> at
75; Sh'.ppiug $1 l.iV® 12 25; Manufacturing
$ri_so'dH3; fine shipping £173>I8; fine manufacturing
#> 1K ii 18.50 d4O. Stoci of for sale very light. New
primings, in bhd*., £4.25<56.25 Loose primings #4
<i 5.50: Leaf $»®12.50a>t3. The loose liu declined
some, o *ring to the increase in the receipts
WHEAl.—Market steady, at 145® 150 for good to
prime Ked; 155®160 for good to prime White He
ceipts last week 41,689 bushais, against 37,137 cor
responding week last year.
WHISKEY.—StadIIc fjr Richmond Cincinnati
37»38c per gallon, nomina l , none in market.
CATTLE. HOGS, SHEEP. &.C.
BEEF.—Stock moderate. Sales this week of ordi
ntry to go«d Beef at $62)8 50 » hundred, net. For
No. 1 Beef $9
HOGS—SB 99 hundred. Supply fair.
SHEEP.—Supply of Mutton abundant. We quote
$2<cs for fair to good Sheep.
FREIGHTS.
FOREIGN.—Tkere is nothing doing in Foreign
Freights
DOMESTIC.—The following are present rates fo
Coastwise freights:
New York. Boston. Philadelphia
Coal, $1 75 $3 50 $1 40
Flour, tfc 25 30 25
Tobacco, hhd. 250 SOO 250
Do. %>■ ''ox. 15 25 20
Coal to Baltimore 3scents per bushel. Flour 15c.
barrel.
Hales of Stocks In Richmond.
Reported by John A Lancaster if So?i, touk ending
November 13,1856.
Virginia 6 per cents, 34 years to run, no sales at the
I'reasury.
Virginia 6 per cents., shorter dates, sales $91 to 92
aud interest
Bonds guaranteed by the State, last sales $89 and in-
terest
Richmond City Bonds, last sales $95 and int.
Virginia Bank Stock, par $70, last sales 7J.
Farmers' Bank Stock, sales #105$.
Exchange Bank Stock, last sales $105.
Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Stock, last sales 88
Richmond Fire Association Stock, par $20, sales at
*304.
Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad
Stock, last sales $70.
Virginia Central Railroad Stock, sales 30.
iUcniiiond and Petersburg Railroad Stock, last sales
$51.
Richmond and Danville Railroad Stock, last sales $40.
James River and Kanawha Stock, last sales 10.
Fxpgmu or IKE RIJSS AM CORONATION.— The
expenses of the coronation of foar of the Emperois
of ftussia were si follow*:
tciporer Paul amounted to 120,000 silver roubles.
Alexanjer I. oust 600, 0f» i •• •>
Nicholas 3,0#'',010 " "
Alexander II 16,000 000 " "
Thus the present Emperor has apsnt five times as
much as the t'mperor Nichelas, who spent fire times
as much as Aloxandsr, who spent five times much as
Paul.
Rockb*idgr County Items.-The Lexington Ga
aitte »f yesterday his the following items.
lAind Gifts— C. C. Baldwin has given the churches
of the county 12 acres of land to be used as cemete
ries.
Steamer on th* Canil—A little steamer, a few
weeks since, went np the North River cana,, within
e.x miles of Lexington.
Corn Crop .-The corn crop this year in the conn'*
it th* smallest raisfd for 20 yea.s. Th*whea£end
grass crops are also short
Rnignation-Col. Ruff. President of the North
River O.nal Company, bas resigned. The canal wi 1
be completed to L*xingten next y «ar.
Departure ok the Spanish Minister —The
Washington Union siates that Senor Don Alfonso
de Escalante, whe for some time past has been ae
credited to this government as envoy extraordia
ary and minister plenipotentiary of her Majetty
the Queen of Spain, on Monday presented to the
President the letter from hii sovereign annouLcicn
that his resignation had been accepted.
A Slight Mistake —When the judges of the'
election were counting out the ballots of the 11*
gerstown box they discovered a love letter amonir
them, which some devoted swain had deposited
lustead of his ticket. as there was no such can
ilidate before the people as the one whose name
was attached to the letter the vote was of coarse
lost. —llagcrsiuwn, Aid., Chron.
Mkk Stowk's New WORK-Lhe sale of
Dred has been immense in England. Messrs.
Kainpgon, Low, Son <fc Co announces that it bad
already reached 100,000 copies ; that the v have an
edition of 20,000 in preparation, with an nnab.teS
demand. Mrs. Stow receives a copyright on these
•ales-thonrfh a very moderate one for a succes
», ln London —amounting thus far to about
£1,200.
Sleighing —Snow has fallen to a considerable
depth north of Lake Bimcoe, Canada. At Barrie
and Orilia, they had sleighing for two or three
l^ e tegianiog of laat week. At London
V/. W., also, there was a heavy fall of anow.
Warrilnton (N. <J.) Races -The races at War
teuton, N. C., began on the 11th Inst. A correa
pendent of the Petersburg Express gives the re
sult of the first day :
There were two purse* ran for to-day, amount
ing together to §1,900. the fliat of which waa con
tested for by Mr. McDantel, who entered bis black
u*\ ® acll » n * n ! Wen - Hawkins, who entered his
colt, AI. Alston, and Mr. Hare, the name of whose
tiarael ceuid not obtain. Mr. Hare's horse won
the parse. Time L 52. This was a two miUW
ihe other, a one mile race, was won by Mr Hare
Tta* i:sri* nje Partie " " above
A BHißirr Shot in Illinois -John G Tav
tTwrel? A iVrJf/' 01181 !** 0 COUDt y- ,n andeavcriug
C ,°rZy™°> with steal:
th « A* • 1 uesd *y. shot dead by
A wTnmK. ,® ™f rderer to the woods -
UnLtodlS pursued ud captured
«stei h ' m lB J* U - Gr «»t excitement
w.s w' r " u * to lynch him
b "t was finally overcome.
Vu'ln?a et bir l bLr^ TlC f te<l °J arwn at Wheeling,
t*niUpn lrj . asntensed to one year lathe
g»h Cow, ft Clr
»U«r, resigned/ Va *' Tlc ® Charles 0
k, ' W *^<tey> since by
>" Anderson's Far
ss? tsxtjsnrsss, •
WATCHBB AMD JTBWBLHY
TIIOI'UH 1 lly* I" "»« c«n«ry
• hundred mile* dow«,
1 h »" »» repairing d , OB - w *?i l *f®r*L
And the trMMmin I 4*l with it BAR
And the work that I give bim, i( don* op like new.
But hare I would tall yon the right of my tela,
1 wh thrown from my horae right on to a rati;
My Watch, it want farther, amaak into a ditch
And ruitad the work* to a vary bad pitch.
I took It to one, who Mid " trade It away"—
Bat i rained the watch, and waa willing ta pay.
When a fiend told ma of a watchmaker be knew.
And tbat'e how 1 tana to know BARTHOLOMEW
He did up tha watch, and aome jewelry line
And my watch to thia day. keep* excellent time.
WM J. BARTHOLOMEW.
Watch and Clock Maker,
Corner Eleventh end Mein »tre*te.
Watchra, Clock* and Jewelry of all kind*, repair
ed in the beat manner, and on a* moderate term* a*
any other houia in the city. . oa '- 19
UWAN dc UO.'M L.OTTKK.IKS
[Ataknrizid by Uu State of Qtorgi*. J
3.45Q FrizM- ilowent Prlw S4O.
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERT TEN TICKETS I
PRIZES GUARANTEED I
FORT 6AIXES ACADEMY LOTTERY!
CLASS 21.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, laAnb
lie, on w
FRIDAY) November I MB,
ON THE
PLAN OF SItXJLE NUMBER 5 ?!
jy Purchaaer* In buying ten Whole Ticket*, ere
guaranteed a prize of $40. Halve* and Quarter* in
proportion.
SAM'L SWAN & CO., Managers.
30,000 Ticket*—3,2Bo Prize*!!
Prize* Amounting to 9'2Ul,<lo<l!
Will be diatributed according to the following
ORIGINAL SCHEME!
1 Prize of. $40,000 1 Prize of 1,000
1 Prize of 12,000 10 Prize* 0f..... 200
1 Prize of 5,000 100 Prize* 0f.... ICO
1 Prizeof. 2,nfxi 100 Prize* 0f...., 70
1 Prize of 1,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. *
4 Prize* of $150 approximating to $40,000
Prize, are $600
4 Prize* of $125 approximating to $12,000
Prize, are 500
4 ?r>ze* of $100 approximating to $5,000
Prize, are 400
4 Prize* of $75 approximating to $2,000
Prize, are 300
8 Prize* of $50 approximating to $1,000
Prize, are 400
40 Prize* of $45 approximating to $200
Prize*, are 1,800
3,000 Prize* of $40, are 120,000
3 2KO Prize*, amounting to $204,000
Whale Ticket* 10, Halve* 5, Quarter* 2.50.
PLAN OP THE LOTTERY
3",000 numbers, coresponding with those on the
Tickets, are placed in one wheel The first 216 prizes
are placed in another wheel. A number is drawn
from the cumber wheel, and at the same time a prize
is drawn from the other wheel. Tne prize drawn is
placed against the number drawn. This operation is
repeated until all the prizes are drawn out.
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
Tfie two preceding aud the two succeeding num
bers to these drawing the first 16 prizes, will be en
titled to the 64 Appioximation Prizes, according to
the scheme.
3 OUU prizes of 910 will be determined by the
last figure of the number that draws the <<> 000 Prize.
For example, if the nuuibe rdrawlng the $40,000 prize
ends with N«. 1, then all the tickets where the num
ber ends in I, will be entitled to $40. If the number
ends wilh No. 2, then all the Tickets where the num
ber ends in 2, will be entitled to $40, and so on to 0.
INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS
As, br this scheme, one ticket in every ten is gua
ranteed to draw $40, we will sell certificates of pack
ages of 10 Tickets, at the following rates, which is
the risk on them.
All that they draw over the amount guaranteed,
accrues to the purchaser.
Cert-ficate of Packages of 10 Whale Tickets, $60
" " 10 Half •• 30
" " 10 Quarter* " 15
It will be perceived by this plan, tnat for $60 the
the purchaser has a oert ficate of 10 Tickets, when if
he buys Tickets he would onW get for that sum six
Whales, thus by buying Certificates he has four more
chances for the larger prizes. Halves and Quarter
Packages in proportion.
IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES,
Enclose the money tu our address for the Tickets or
dered. on the receipt of which they will be forward
ed by first mail.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be sent
to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
CP" Purchasers will please write their signature
plain, and give their postotfice, county and State.
IV" Remember that every prize is drawn, and pay
able in full, without deduction.
(7* All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immedi
ately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual
time of 30 days, in full without deduction.
All communications strictly confid-ntial.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tiokets
at either office.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed
either to 8. SWAN 4i CO., Atlanta, Ga.
oc 27 or 8. SWAN, Montgomery. A!b
THK LNOKKMU.NtII begs to Inform
A the puhlio of the city of Richmond that he will
open, en the 25th of October, a (JYMNAfUUM aid
FENCING ACADEMY, in the LAW BUILDIfcO,
Kranklin street, where a roam has been comfortably
fitted up for the pucjiosa.
Gymnastic as well as Fencing Exercises do not
only strengthen the health by keeping the iuops,
nerves and muscles in activity, but they alse give ease
and elegance to the bearing and motion of the body.
He beas to invite the public to numerous participa
tion, and requests principally parents and teachers to
entrust their s< ns and pupils to hrs care, as he will
try te strengthen au develop, step by step, even the
weakest abilities
TERMS, IN ADVANCB.
For the whola session, from the 25th of Octo
ber to the Ist of June $15 oo
Six months 10 00
Fencing in Foils and Broadsword, ex'ra charge
Classes and Schools admitted on more moderate
terms
All kinds of weipf ns of the best quality can be ob
tained by the und-srtigned at the lowest prices.
COL. B. ESTVAN,
Professor of Fencing and Gymnastic Exercises
oc 13—1 m at the Richmond College
fJS* nminrwtni isr? 1 UhAUAJIS'tAI-rtilW l *
COMPANY, 134 Main st.. hav
ing resumed their Steamship
Express to and from Norfolk, Peteriburg and Rich
mond, by steamers Jamestown and Roanoke, which
leave New York every Wednesday and Saturday,
and thence by railroad lo Weldon, Wilmington,
Lynchburg, Salem, Wytheviile, and the principal
place* in Virginia and North Carolina, are now pre
pared to forward, with great dispatch, and at reduced
rate*, every kind of Merchandise, Valuable Parcels,
Jewelry, &c„ to the above named cities, and all
plsces on the seaboard.
Our Express en the Steamship* will be accompa
nied by special Messengers, who will give their per
sonal attention to the careful handling of goods en
trusted to the ADAMS' EXPRESS CO.'S Steamship
Express.
Shipper* will please take nstlce that package* tt
points in Virginia and North Carolina, will ba *ent by
•teamer*, unless otherwise marked.
Freight received on day of sailing, until 3 o'clook
r. H. J. L. MACDONUOH,
Agent of Adams' Express Co.
NOTlCE.—Express package* for
Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, and all place* in Vir
ginia and North Carolina, intended for shipment by
tteauiships Roanoke and Jamestown, will hereafter
be received by the ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY,
who are the authorized Agents for Express privileges
on these suips.
Office of the New York and Virginia Steamship
Company. LUDLAM fa PLEASANTS,
ar> 4—l» Agents
IHFOHTANT T lIOLSKKKhFKItf.-
* Washing done in less than two hours with great
a«vitig of time ani* labor, by the us* of PICuT'S
celebrated VIRGINIA MAGIC WASHING FLUID. 1 .
The great utility of Ibis preparation moat be evident
to every one, and be appreciated by all. 80 evident
ia this fact to all who have once teated this prepara
t on, that they rever relinquish the .use of it, and say
U ey would not be without it for anv consideration.
The great reputation it has acquired, hia produced
msny worthlesa in itation« ol it. So be on your
guard an i use only thd genaioe article, which it pre
pared only by £ J. PICOT,
°* " . Drugriat.
VOKWA KDlNti BL'HINKH
17 CREASED DIB PATCH.—I bArTmade
meats to increase the line of boata running from my
bouse,and shall, at the commencement of the fall sea
eon, send out a boat every other day Sundaya except,
ed. By this airangement I will put goods through two
days sooner than heretofore, and nearly, if not alto
gether, as soon as by the 8. 8. a. R„ » n d at much
lew expense.
Merchants west of Lynchburg wishing to consign
their goods to the railrord agent are required to de
posit funds to pay the charges to that point, as the
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad refuse to pay or col
lect charges on goods received by the Canal.
jy 29-u ALFRED 8. LEE, on the Dock
B. COOK, dc CO.. AUCTIONKUKH
• NO. 70 MAIN STREET, offer their eervleosto
the publio as Auctioneers for the sale of Real Estate
Furniture, Groceries. Dry Goods, Horses, Cattle, in..
at the shortest aeUee and upon the moat reasonable
terms.
Having largo aad eommodioeo rooms they will ro
ofstlrlgo ss* withes t thseharg*
Oat door ssl«sor every deeeriptloa attended to ■>
Ba roaeoaable 1 arms.
WM - NOTT
*<•••]
. R H MAiikr k CO,
EAhenge and Btoek fiiekers. j
EDUCATION.
SSEf®
■titata wtll hbmm on the Rm Hmut m Ootooor
B *Tho louim Dtputimt to nlu the itat|« of
D. Loe Powell, E* TX]LMB;
Board, for 9 month*. *300
Tuition ••••• ........50
Freach, Italian, German, Spanlah, each SO
Latin
Drawing from 020 to >81,
Mode at Profeeeor'a price*.
Preparatory Department. ..................40
Waching and Lighta extra.
D. LEE POWELL, J »,,««, ~i_
RCB'T J. MORRISON, 5 rrfnelpalo.
Addreee, Va. Jy 31—ta
ALU. ANllfcttaua & CO. have temoT
edto No. 101, Main itieet, where th»v are pre
pared to ihow their naual itoek of RIBBONS and
BONNET* selS-.ts
C'O PAKI'NKKsHIP JNOt'ICH.—J Buve
' thi* day a**ociated with me a* a partner in my
hu*ines*, Mr. A SHOLL, to conduct the aame at the
old itand. No 142 Main ■treet. under the *tyle and
firm of WM. SATTLER i CO.
I take thi* opportunity of moit gratefully thanking
my cu*tomer* and the public generally, for paat fa
vor* and patronage, and would mo*t respectfully aak
an extenaion and continuance of the *ame to the new
firm. WM BATTLER.
The underdgned, by be*t domestic connection*
and by direct importation* from Europe, will hereaf
ter to conduct their Oil. Paint and Glass establish
ment a* tj Oder great advantages to their cuitomera,
both a* te quality »nd pricea oi every deacription of
articles in their line.
Their Artist's Material* Department, alio th»ir
collection of r.ngravicga and Print*, ha* been cor,aid
erably enlarged and to thi* branch of their business
they particularly call the attention of Principal* of
School* and Academies and the lover* of Art.
Order* from the country will be promptly a'tended
to. WM. SATTLER 4t CO.,
oc 14—! m* 142 Main»'r-»t. Richmond. Va.
LA Ml »V AlCit /» > T ».--i wish to pur
chase Land Warrants, and will pay ibe full mar
ket price for them. Also, Virginia Land Warrnnt*,
wbich have been lost or mi*laid. GEO. BAGBY,
oc 28—lm* ISih aireet, over Geo. R. Peake'*.
jV! O T 11; K— By every oteanier we are
!* receiving ?oods that are very desirable; among
tbgse by la«t steamer, are Stella Shawl*. Mant.'es.
Alexander'* Kid Gloves, Carpeting, Felt Cloth*. Em
broideries, &.c. tic We thus have a large stock of
Siaple and Kanry Dry Goods, a.ways on hand We
call the attention of puichaser* now particularly to
our Negro Woolens, Blankets, Calicoes, tic. itc., all
of which we will sell at th* usual unprecedented low
prieei, for cmh VALENTINE & SON,
No 99, corner Broad, 3 h and Capitoi sts.,
oc 29—ts Near Capitol Square.
ALU. ANDEItSON CO.,
RICHMOND, Va
m Have removed to the new store, No. 101 Main
street, second door below 14th street, where they are
prepared to show the largest assortment of
PLAIN AND FANCY RIBBONS,
ever offered in this market Also, a good assortment
of BONNETS and Millinery Goods of ail kind*,
au 27—ts
I\!ATIO.>AL. HOTEL.iMaIn street, Statin
ton, Virginia—W. J. HUNTER k CO., Pro
prietori
rr An Omnibus will always be ia readiness at the
Railroad Depot, te take passengers to and from this
house. free of charge. my 3—6 m
BELLUVL'K HOSPITAL.—This int<tttu>
tion is situated on Church Hill, Richmond, Va.,
in a delightful, airy position, and is furnished with
every convenience conducive to the corofert of pa
tients and trie successful treatment of disease.
The Lying-in Wards are peculiarly commodioui.
The undersigned give their personal attendance to
all patients placed under their charge.
TERMS:
Colored Patients $5 per week.
Whites 6 " "
Private accommodations 7to 10 "
These rates embrace all charges for Beard, Medi
cines, and Medical and Surgical attendance.
tST" No Small Pox admitted.
PHYSICIANS:
JAMEB BQLTON, M. D.,
■race street, between 4th and sth.
C. S. MILLS, M. D,
13th street, between Broad and Marshall.
R. T. Cf/LEMAN, M. D.,
Corner of 4th and Grace streets.
Resident Physician—Dr. WOOD my 24—6 m
LOCKKTT <fc DENNIS, Grocers and
Commission Merchants. 13th street, between
Main and Cary, Richmond, Va., keep con tantly on
h\nd a well selected and general assortment of GRO
CERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, iic. Orders from
the countrv promptly attended to oc 16—lm
wJCH'»OL OK DKsltiN OK THE V«K
-©GINIA M t CHANICS INSTITUTE.—This school
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 that :s necessary, will be done to give
satisfaction to all who a'tend
The school will be under the direction of Mr. W.
G. PECIVAL, who will be aided by competent as
sistants
T*rms—s2 00 per month, payahle in advance.
Yonng men wishing to join the classes now forming
will please leave theireames at the office of Mr Per
cival. in Godlin's Building, with J. W. Lewellen,at
the Dispatch office, or with either one of the Com
mittee. TIIOS. SAMSON, ) Committee on
8. Y. LANDRUM. > School
THOS. H. WYNNE, ) of Dewgn.
oc 22- -ts
\1 l>l) well tlie place, for It i» true,
i"l "Great bargaioa are in «tore for you!"
SCHAAP at CO. ate aelling the moat fashionable
pattens of Glass Butter, Preserve, Pickle and Su
gar Dishes; Lager Beer and other Tumblers, and De
canter*; Cream and Water Pitchira; Goblet*, Wine
Glasaea. Egg Cupa, Salt Cel'ara etc ; Looking Glaas
ea (broken onea ieraired,)an i Clocka; No 1 Fronstone
China Platea and Diahea. etc.; richly gui'.ded and or
namented Fiower Vases and other Pallor ornamenti;
Waiters; F uid and Oil Lamps, and thouaanda o'other
articles, at pricea ,50 and 75 cems lower than they
generally can be bouitht for. Our cath purchases on
Northern auctiona, enable ua to defy competition.—
Our Confectionary establishment is supplied with »
complete assortment. Please call at the French
Confectionary and Variety Store, corner Brrad and
Third afreets. oc 20
COlilifl.H, (! O L' (i II f<- — KlctwirdNon'M
Wild Cberry and Bloodreot Candy, is one of the
best remedies for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Tickling
of the Throat aDd tightness across the chest, 4ic.. and
a'lLung difficulties Give it a trial For sale by
JOHN J. RICHARDSON, Confectioner, corner 13th
and Cary street. Also, by John W. Pollard, 17ib at.,
A Bodeker, E. J. Picot, Adie St Gray. Meade At Ba
ker, Laidley &. Robinson, L. B. Thomas, 8. M Z&-
cbrwaon. oc 18—lm
WOMKTHIMi NKW.--1 noticed to P hk»
O ing up Governor atreet, at H ARWOOD'S Ware
rooms, the moat complete Spiing Bed that I have
«ver a*en; it is eo very simp\e in its construction
thai it is not iiable to get out of order He has also
the largest and most beautiful assortment of Furni
ture I have ever aeen exhibited in Richmond My
atientisn w«* attracted to a moat beautiful Wardrebe
in the aaaortment. oc 20 - dim X.
!OUN W. IIAVJKS, ~
J DEALER IN AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
MARBLE, BROWN STONE AND GRANITE
MAIN STREET, BETWEFN BTH ANP 9TU BTS
MONUMENTS, UOJrtbis, HEAD PIECEB,
House and Store Front*, Window and Door Bill*. ke
Burying Ground* e.icloaea with. Stone and Iron Rail
ing First Premium awarded by the Mechanics' In
stitute and Agricultural Society of Virginia.
Ie 10—1»
DKKSM >lAKI>(i. —itIKW. J. HTEIJ
BINS wou'd inform ber former patrons and the
public generally, that ahe can be found over the china
atore of Taylor 4 Co., 117 Main *t;eet, where work
will be done to pleaie and with dupatch.
oc 23—lm ,
AW FAKT>KHMHJI>...Tiie undeißlgn
td have aaaoci'ted tbemaelvea for the piaciice
of law, under the twin of TAZEWELL & HOW
ARD. Tbcy will practice in a 1 the couita held in
the city ef Richmond Cffi-e on Main atrcet, over
Specce'* clothing atore.
LITTLETON TAZEWELL,
no 10—lw* THOMAS HOWAgO.
90 (ton HAVANA CH.AUn. made
«UiUUU of rew crop Tobacco, just received by
the subscriber. Lovers of a fine cIGAR are invited
to examine my stock.
CHARLES RICHARDSON.
Importer of Ha.-ana Cigars, American note) Ruild
iug. corner Main and 11th ate. oc 29— ts
j\IISVV taKU< UHV A ISO ( UJIJIiNHIUM
i * »TORE.—The subscriber would inform the pub
lio that he has recently opened on Krankiin street,
between Wall and 17th streets, a GROCER* AND
COMMISSION STORE. He will keep always en
hand a general assortment of FAMILY GROCE
RIES, which he will sell at wholesale and retail on
accommodatlrg terms. He will also attend to all
the duties of a Commission Merchant, and will be
pleaded to receive consignments of Produce, 4c.
from his friends. He has now in store a good supply
of FLOUR, BACON. LAUD, BUTTER, lie., td<
which be invites an examination from the nublic.
oc 23 -dim* J. R SYRCLE.
IV OA 11 WAl,Kftlt <V CO., "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CLOTHIERS, No 86 Main *t-,
(Branch of the Baltimore House,)— Most respectfully
ask the attention of the cltixeos of Richmond and its
vicinity to the stock of Ready-Made Clothing which
they are jnst opening.
Possessing super!sr facilities for procuring and
making up the greatest variety of Domestic and For
eign Cloths, Caesimeree *nd \estinga, they are ena
bled to offer unususl inducements to customers, who
are must respectfully aoHcited to give us a call be
fore purchasing. oc u_| y
,HKW ' N « tobacco
i . *®. "'} theetunt'on of Chswertto our superior
lot of Chewing Tobscoo, which we eontide tly aseer*
as the most superior in the State It compi i,.*s se:ae
of the finest brand* known, and 1* all over tWo year,
old, |.«; up of 'he Rnrst crops brought t-> our market
BENNETT, BEERS h fISHr R,
no Druggist*.
HATS, CAPS, OHOM, *a
AND DEPOT.—JOHN DOOLET, B1
Main street, hu now tn'j for thoWlotor Twdo of
18.56, t moflt raporb *e*ortm*nt of Lidi< MIW
«nd Gentlemen'*
FURS,
entirely new, of tbe latest *tjle«, and of orory de
scription. Amongit thorn ore—
L, bx Cspoo, Man til laa. MantaleU, Tiatorinee, Tip
pet*, Gauntlet* and Caff*
Short " " " I) "
Bable "
Mink "
Brown ImlUtloo " " " "
Stono Marten " " "
Stone Marten QUI*
French Marten "
Chinchilla " " " *
White Ermine "
Siberian Squirrel "
B tie Coney "
Black " " " " "
Fitch " " "
Ru**ian Fitch "
Golden " " " " "
Spotted
Lock "
Black Jennet "
Brown " "
Swam'own "
Red Felt " . " " "
fcc, «e., lie.
ALSO,
Wolf, Buffalo, Racoon Badger
Leopard and Jennet Robe*
Fur and White and Pink Swanadown Trimming*
Muff*, Gentlemen'* Collar* and Glovea
Prepared Hare Skin*, for the che»t, U.a.
«c 25 —1»
Agj SUUKM, !<UUfc>. -A good ne
ol Ladies' Gaiters and walking
shoe* and Bootee*, on hand at lower price*
than urua , e*taMished chaap store of
no II ALFRKD MOSES. 63 Main st.
a- IJIPOUTANT TO YOIiNU GKN
TLKMEN — Jnot received at No. 13 a sup
ply of Gent's very light Congres« Goiters,
silk top*, pnmp bolt' m« for ng. the prettieit and
mo*t suitable article for the pnrpose ever offered in
Richmond All in want of such an article, will do
well to call early on the subscriber.
JOHN C. PAGE, J*.,
no 12 IS Main street.
—. tO KA K.IIKKs AND .IA>L
FACTURKR3.—I have on band, af my
own make. 10(10 pairs of Brogues, suitable
for farm «ni factory h»nds. Thoie in want of *uch
>hoes, will do well to call on the tubicriber, at No
13 Main streec.
no 12 JOHN C PAGE. Jr.
J» SPECIAL NOTICK.-ro all those
'•that did not avail themselves of the privilege
m of visiting the Mechanics' Fair, and would l>k»
™ to tee the Boot! and Shoes which took th« first
premiam, I invite them to call and examine them,
an 1 will take great pleasure in showing them. They
were all n.anufac'ured by mvseif.
ALEX. HILL, No. 127 Main «t.,
no 12 Richmond. Va.
A COMPLETE ASSIIHTiUKN'I'UIf
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS.
SHOES AND GAITERS, of various kinds,
c instantly on hand, and for sale from 15 to 25
per ct. cheaper than the same fan be hud elsewhere.
MARCUS HARRIS,
no 2 188 Kroai st.
ffl I t»E .V.TLKiTItN'a THICK SOLE
SHOES—Now in store, and selling very
cheap, for the quality, a very large and su
perior assortment of gentlemen's Heavy Winter
Shoes, of variolas patterns. Recollect, at No. 43, four
deors below St. Charles Hotel, opposite side
no 8 WM. WALSH.
— —= LADIES' BKONZKD itlOH(l(:
CO BOOTS; welfd, a first-rate article,
at only # 1.25 per "air. For sale by
MARCUS HARRIS,
no 8 183 Broad st
mOlt HO! KOKIHOOKE'SPKE-^ofe
MIUM HATS i. CAPS, No. 2OTIISOJ
BROAD STREET—R. MOORE has
some of the finest and neatest gentlemen's Dress and
Business Hats and Caps ot every style and quality to
be had. Boys', Youths'. and Children's Fancy Hats
and Caps of every description to be had. Ladies'
Misses' and Children's fancy Furs, of all styles and
kinds. Also, a large lot of Negro Wool Hats, all of
which will be sold cheap for cash Call and supply
yourself, at the Premium Hat Store, No. 207 Broad
street.
oc 28 — lmd RICHARD MOORE.
KOK SALb -At the American Sta
bles, a fine pair of well-broke Bay HORSES
quite young, and perfectly sound, and work
well anywhere. Apply at the American Stables to
Mr. HI ni—ts
fJg-mjL, CAKKIAUES, (.iKKJAt.b.i,
KtSPjfflgZf The subscriber has on hand, at his Coact
' Making Establishment, on Lombard Al
ley, between Main and Cary, U3th tt nd I4th street!,)
near the Cehimbian Hotel, COACHES, CHARIO
IEEB, BAROUCHES, BUGGIES with and witheut
tops, and SULKIES, all of his own make, ef the best
materials and workmanship. All of which will be
•old aolow as good work of the kind can be in the oitj
of Richmond; and 1 respectfully ask a call from those
in want of any article in the Carriage line, as I am de
termined to to order and sell r at the lowest
prices podib'e, and all work so id, that i* new, w t
ranted.
fe 26—J9m MICAJAH MANGUM.
ritrmra isstKiicTios u.x THK
naafea-giJMW PIANO.—A young lady,who kashad
if i H nl con, 'derable experience In teaching,
J J * I " and can produce pupil* that, in one
quarter, can play and aing moit any ordinary piece of
rnuiic, wlelie* a few more icbolar*. A* aha herielf
received inatructions from the principal pianiit of
Jenny Lind, W. M. Hoffmann, Esq., feeli confident
she can give eati*faction to tho*e who enconrage her.
Terma *15 per quarter of 20 leaaona. Addreaa M. 8
A . box VH. post office. jv 22—te
DK.VfAJL. MITII K.-li, W.
JOIN/.S, SUBGICAL AND MECHAM-
Dkntist, office between9ih and
— l — J ~ r 10th, Main itreet, one square above
the Banks, (office hours from 9 to 3 4 to 6,)— will be
happy to aee all «uch aa desire his professional ser
vices. promising hia best tndeavora, by gentleness and
thoroughne'S to give satisfaction in all operations,
either in Filling, Cleansing, Regulating, Extracting
or insertion Teeth ec 13 s m *
UKMOVAL--JOS. WOOD
iVIHMtta. WARD, Surgeon and Mechanical
Dentist, has removed hi* Office to
Main street one square above the
Banks and next door to Corinthian Hall.
In this location his facilities are much increased by
the acquisition of mora room and good operating
lifht, Ste.
He imerts teeth upon fine gold and silver plate,
plain or artificial gains Styles acknowledged
to he the best, and is practiced by the profession gen
erally. oc 31---2 m*
T. W. TKiNOK,
gJ^famSßESLlsouth sin* main st , in the
riRST SQUARE BELOW
©SB THK MARKET,
Maker and Dealer in GUNS,
RIFLES, PISTOLS, Powder Flaska, Shot Pouches
and Belt*, Game Bags Eley'a Caps and Wads, Walk
ing Canes, Fishing Tackle, Colt'a and Allen'a Re
volver*, ai d Sporting article* and Ammunition ef all
kinda, ali ef which will be sold at the lowest possible
rates. oc2B —lm
i uimiiui BP ACCOiHiMOWATION T(IAI>.
BfIS»BBBOHANGK OF HOURS—On and aftei
MONDAY, 23th in*t.. the accommoda
tion train of thi* Company will run daily, (Sundays
excepted.) between Milfoid aod Richmond, leaving
Milford at 64 o'clock A. M.,stopping at the Cottage
fer breakfast, and arrive la Richmond at 8 53 o'clock*
A. M ; returning, will leave Richmond at 3 1.5 o'clock.
P. M.,an4 reach Milford at 5 27 P. M., stopping foi
at any point each way.
Fare the same a* on the Through Train*.
SAM'L RUTH,
Agent of Transportation.
Office R. Fii P.R. R. Co., >
Richmond, Oct. 21st, 18->6 5 oc2l
rarrananrag-i KII'HJIIIMU AN l> UAH
liTO IF'''' ' " RAILROAD.— WINTER AR-
«»sgemi»t.-Ob and after Wtinet
dav, Oct'r Ist, IBSC, the mail trait, will leave RICH
MOND daily (Sunday's excepted) at 9 o'clock, A.
M., connecting at the Junction with Sonth-Sido Rail
road to Lynchburg at 12 M., and amve at Danville
SP. M. Returning leave Danville at 7:15, A. M , con
necting at the Junction with South-Sid* Railroad to
Petersburg or Lynchburg at 12 M., and arrive at
Richmond at 3:18, P M. The train will stop for
passeugers at the following points only: Manches
ter, Roniou's, Coal-field. Tomahawk, I'owhatan, Mat
toax, Chula, Amelia C. H.. Jetorsville, Jennings' Ordi
nary, Junction, Price's, Meberrin, Kejsville, Drake's
Branch, Mossingford. Roanoke, Clover, Seotts'burg.
Boston. New'* Ferry, Barksdale's, Ringgold and
Danville.
Children over 4 and under 12 yean of age, and ee'ored
servants,half price. Servants travelling by themselves
most be furnished with two passes, so that one may
be retained at the office where they purchase their
tickets, and it must be expressly stated that the; have
permission to ride on the cars.
Passengers for Farmville, Lynchburg, WythevUle,
Abingdon, Va., and Jonesbero', Russellville and
Knoxville, Tenn., connect with South-Side Railroad
at Junction.
Passengers for Greensboro' and Salem, N. C„ ca
nect daily at Danvillo with Holder by It Co.'* (Et
line of Stage*.
Through tJ Farinville £2 80
Lynchburg 5 00
Abingdon go
Russellville 20
Danville 5 60
M Greensboro', N.C... 7 00
" Salem, N. C 9 00
oc ' R. E. HUOHSON, Ticket A sent.
til ICHhitlNU'B Pll
HQBaNO FORTES—To be bad at Ne
rrm &&&£&r u#
i_ , NATH'L CARUBI.
Tv 14—dltwiv Sole A tent
A BHUO STOHK VUit HALK.~The
CM stock and fixture* ef a well arranged Drug
Ml Jtore are offered for sale, the owner declines
The itoek U fresh mil carefully
leoied. Term* accommodating. Enquire atthi*
• ee 14
BUBansmm CAMP*
D MILTON OAt Y, Attener atUw,
|1< praetleee la ell the Conrt* of the ofty of Bleb*
mood and County of HenHeo. o«.e-"v/blg Bolld
'-f "franklin troot, Richmond. Va. oe >9—ln*
d. b. aaiDoroaD. *. timslbt fatb,
runiii wmiw*.
DKIDGFURD * CO.. 8«HI«I Vmmmto-
D miaaion and Forwarding Merohaota, on (he Doek,
Richmond. Va.
B. W. HILLMAM. J ». HILLHA*.
GW. HI LLi MAN dt CO, 40
• New foas. Agent* for tho sole oif VIRGINIA
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Liberal advance* on consignment* ee 37- am
C 1 KOM.UK M. LOWNIS, 5»«, Mala street,
II near 7th.—Grate*; Fender*; Momuier Front,
(square, circle and eleptic pattern*} Ornamental*
iron Rail; Balcenie* Verandah*, fco.
Remember the number and give mo a oall after ex
aminlng eleewhere. \myV """
| BWIN N. WKBB 6c Ul« UKfthKAL
Li COMMISSION MERCHANTS, offer their aer
rice* for the aale and pnrehaee of Floor, Wheat,
Corn. Tobacco, fcfr *o 8-6 m
JB. FKRUiSUN, Jr,
. NO. 9, PEART. STREET,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF DRY fIOODS.
SECOND SUPPLY!
The *üb*criber having aold out many style* of Good*
purchajad in the early part of ihe season, bM fonod
ft necessary to make anether visit to N6w York, for
the purpoee of replenishing hi* stock, and i* now re
ceiving and opening a varietv of LADItS UKtSH
GOODS, embracing Fancy Silk*, rich Pari* DeLalne*
a-d Cashmere*, Merinoe*. medinm priced Mouslaine*
aod Cashineres, Embroidene*, Lace*, Lawn and Linen
M AUo, a "full (upply of Silk and Cut Velvet Veeting*.
•Black ard Fancy Caaiimeree, and many other new
and deairanle article*—all of which have just been
purobased at very low price*, and will be offered to
the city and country trade, by wholesale, »t a small
advince on cast. *
®Tc^-Tm y e " mtn>t^.V e ffi&SON, Ja-
OCT. V 1. L >1 K, ot the Old Medical
House, i* (till engaged in treating ail *ort* of Be
cret Diseases, and hereoy invite* a call from tho»e
who have been until tuuate iu their asaoclation*.—
Dr. P. wcnld pan cu arly invite a call from person*
in the country »b> lu.a been given up by their
phyiican* as IncuraDle- Case* are few indeed that
cannot be reactie medicine when coirectly ap
plied The article known as the CHEMICAL EX
TRACT OF FRENCH FLOWERS, i* probably the
very best thing now before the public for renovating
a system shattered by dissipation or other cause.—
The Ague and fever remedy, called FRENCH
MILK, i* next to a certainty. Price $ I per bottle.
Office en Franklin street, jn*t balow the Exchange
Hotel, and fint door South of Trinity Church, Ricn
mond, Va. .
Medicine* *ecure!y packed and *eot to order, with
foil direction*. |le3|
,J I Mill IWMt ClkiAiW, of all cue <tit
/4.UUU«UUU ferent qualities and brands, con
stantly on hand. Cigars of any discretion made to
order at short notice. Lib»ral discount allowed.
Wholesale dealers and country merchants ought to
examine my stock and prices before purchasing else
where. H. C. G. TIMMERMAN,
Importer and Manufacturer of Cigars,
e 9 3m No. 177 Broad street.
LAKHS <3k SHINE, 74 Main street, have
just received a splendid stock of Mahogany and
Rosewood Parlor an! Chamber Furniture, (which
can't be surpassed by any house in the trade.) em
bracing every article in the House-furnishing line of
the most fashionable styles and approved workman
ship, which they will sell to their country customers
and the public generally at prices and on such terms
as to give general satisfaction. All tbey nsk is to give
them a call and examine for yourselves.
oc 16—lm
IIIJLUINIiH. DKhSSEU AM) l!N
--DRESSED LUMBER—Belvidese Planing Mills,
on 9tb street, south of the Basin, in rear of the Pe
tersburg Depot.—Planing, of all kinds of lumber,
Tonguing and Groving done in the best manner.—
Dressed Flooring. 8-4, 6 4, 5 4 and 4-4 inch thick; Shelv
ing, Partition and Car stuff on hand and for sale.
Also. Frame Timber, Oak Fencing, and building ma
terials generally.
Builders' Mouldings, dxty different patterns, al
ways on hand.
,£ 3 -3m B. C. ROBINSON.
HAVE VOti SEK/* HULJUIN US
WORTH'S TWO HUNDRED FLOATING
BALL OR KNUCKLE WASHING MACHINE?—
It will wash one dozen pieces of clothes in two min
utes, without injury te the most delicate material—
Bed-Uuilts, Comforts, Blankets, Sheets, with every
description of Woollen Goods, are washed in the
most thorough manner.
This Washing Machine has taken tbe premium at
all the Fairs where exhibited. It is pronounced by all
who have seen it tbe 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 and derive great benefit from the
exercise, it being of the very best kind for strength
ening the arms, chest and loins.
We beg leave to refer to the following persons in
this city, who havo this machine now in use:
Wm. S. Wood, Richard Emerson,
F.J. Barnes, W. J Lynham,
8. D. Denoon, Rev. Robt ftyland,
John H. Hiityard, John T. Sublett it Bro.,
Peter W Grubbs, Mrs. Cbamberiain.
These machines can be seen at William H. Woed
ward's Shop, on Bth street, between Franklin and
Grace, and at B. B. Woodward's Shop, on Main it.,
between Bth and 9th sta.
We, the undersigned, bee leave to Inform the citi
zens of Richmond City, Henrico, Hanover. Louisa,
Ooochland and Fluvanna counties, that we have the
exclusive right to manufacture and aell the above
Waahiag Machine.
oc 14—lm \VM. H.U B. WOODWARD.
Rl(JllAUl»»ON & HO'S
CARPET, OIL CLOTH
AND.CURTAIN WAKEROOMSI
AG. 95 MAIN STHKET.
We have determined to confine onr aalea In future
to the gooda aa indicated above, by retail; and having
arranged our entire and conveniently fitted store for
that purpose, are now prepared to exhibit the largest
and moat complete assortment of
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Curtain Goods, &c.,
eve seen in the State of Virginia, and bet rarely met
with in any one establishment in the United States.
Importing direct from the English manufacturers,
and selecting with care, in person, the best American
fabrics, we shall at all times be prepared to furnish
promptly all articles pertaining to our businesa, and
relying on the citizens of Virginia, North Carolina
ana Tennessee to sustain ua in our enterprise, assure
them we will be content with moderate profits.
It is eur intention to keep onr stock supplied
throughout the year with the latest styles of fashion
able goods in our line.
W r a now invite buyers to examine onr entirely new
stock, which embraces a grea variety in patterns of
Velvet, Tapeitiy and Brussels Carpeting
Three-ply. Ingrain and Venetian do
Velvet, Chencille and Brussels Rngs
Door, Parlor and Chamber Mats
Satin, Worated and India Damask
Satin and Fisured DeLainea
Brcc&telleand Turkey Red
Muslin aud Lace Curtains
Cornice and Bands for Curtains
Cord, Tassels and Gimps do
Window Shades all stylos and qualities
Piano and Table Covers
Worated Fire Scraens and Foot 8too!a
Crumb Clotha and Boeking
Bocking for etere, new article
Floor Oil Clotha; Table Oil Clotht
Oil C'oth Ruga
Stair Linen; Stair Rods, to.
When furnished with diagram and measurement of
room or haU, we will superintend the cutting of Car
pets and Oil Cloths to any pattern.
se 30—am* RICHARDSON fc CO.
tic AMIKHSON I PIJOI.-
3TERERS AND PAPER HANGERS, COR-
Kfcß OF GOVERNOR AND.FRANKLIN STS ,
invito the attention of their friends and the public to
their stock of FALL GOODS, being the best assort
irent they have ever had to offer in French and Atnei
lean Paper Hangings, all qualities; Muslinand Lact
Curtains, Damask and Delaine Curtain Gnodi, Cornices
trimming* for Curtain*, Table and Floor
On Cloth*, White and Check Coco Matting. Window
Shades, Mattramcs, Feather Bed*, wi.h mary other
article* in the line of bualneu, which will be (old #r
worked up on the mo*t reaaonable term*. *e2A-3ai.
V'KJUINIA HAYIMiH BAMH.~C 11A K-
J.«T FRKD BY TflK LEGISLATURE OF VIR.
OINIA—CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARS.—Money re
ceived on deposit in sums of five dollar* and upwards,
° Q w "ioh interest at the late of 6 per cent per annum
'spaid. for sums remaining six months sr longer; for
V*riodi, interest at the rate of 5 per centum.
Ibe whole j' int stock bound far the deposit.
Deposits received, and-certificates Issued by the
Cashier, T. B. Starke at the store of E B Spenee.
corner of Main and Governor streets, Richmond Va.
SAM'L 8. COTTRELL. President,
.. _ T. B STARKE, Cashier,
oc 14-Sm C. WAI.THALL, Secretary.
NOHUOL •! Ike MBC!IA<
W.«SL CB J, N , STITUTK witl °P«n TO-MORROW
NIGHT, (Wedueedey) ia the basement of the Uai
veraahst Church, Mr. C. P. BURRUSS, Principal
Teacher. All apprentices and other* who wish to at
tend as (cholari, must procure their certificates of
membership before that time, aa none will be other
wise admitted Certificate* may be had of Mr. gait-
ÜBI. ■ Cottrell, on Main street, near 13th, or of
» >««*taiy, who can be fomd
at the Exhibition Hall,|over|the Firet Market, on 17th
* n<, **'n *treeU. Parent* sad Marten should Me
that their boys are started at the commencement of
the School, fn order to |*t the benefit of the entire
•*««o«. oo 14—tf
S i?,* *"■ s*l® *00 Kasttu*
lio and Summer Pieces, em
bracing Square Topped, Cirsle sod Etiptk) Pattern*
Tb oeeOmee are of my own mannfcotnrf, and ah ill
bo *014 at the lowe*t prices Orders from town and
eountry promptly attended to. The Virginia Meeha
ales' Institute award-d a silver medal the high.st
premium, to SaMtiat, D. Dcmoon for the boot srtsl
Ron Hznrr a*d iali
• VoR m»HT -W«' t CI
Kaq. TTco.talea lOrocrm. with every <*»»£££!'
bß'iag oo lk« Premie « u»^
warm or cold -.Mr, |K kttobor, ataoie.ls\
of fia* water ■■ the yard To tboa* lu *"
•11; lIfMH Md retired rea«deß«e. ibM^^T"
wed to tmkoimi»o4latfl«pf.?t ( .4r< natto g; 0B| « *o
Alio, a deaf rable family re Idenee «• the *m>t.
of Lelab. betweea 3d .odjxi .treeta
• boot ( room*, oatboaaoe, Be., tagtmer
water OB the premiaer Wlltt «»y
Aiao, a large and deai rable (atnl t reaiden,.
aortb aide of Or.ee, Bear Adamaafreet iTe™. ,
aboot JO ruoma. kitchen aad other
premii altogether with gaa, >od other
Aiao, tbe tenement oo tba »mith .ide of
between #tb aod 9tb atr-eu, adjoining the ,«£ k ' IB '
of Joba N. Gordon aad Wot (j. f«i D » ThtT t ' 1
ia large and well adapted f r tbe oa« of a !ar»« r?"'*
'J- All aeceeaary coßveniencee oo th- prop.'tr
JA TAYLoa k wWKU
apo U KKNT..Th«, twa
two a»ory and baaemeDt h00.,, oo Uofoa H i
near the realdtoce of Mr Kdmnad '
well of *004 water aad good gardena *r «J~ ?7*
To good tenant, tbe re.t
°o 13—St* *•»», VegaUMe
MKOR KKNI..A
on sth atreet. brtween Bvrd aod Coal
aion given lat of December neat Addlv .7 h
dwelling next door, or a' my offi;«, j n LotattAli..
FOR SAI^E —A few fine Noithern \
Burnett'a old Stablee. B DAV?a
no 13—!»* "A>IS
KUK KKitlT~TkelecMnrnt «g »ln>«
atreet, recently occupied by R T Alvv p
A too, the tenement on Cary »tret nrzt '
below David J. Bnrr, 1, ? . P0,.c,. on !f bS«
be had immediately. 4n
For terma, lie , apply to
no 11—3t»wta JAMTSTH MA9. J».
£s fn K ir lnr«« i<nd conven"
lent Pwelling Hoo.e. .oitable f,r a g.ni'i
family. P0..e..i, n riven by I.t December/or
lrom»diate!y if deaued. Enquire st
""7—ia KNQT T |aF.B OFFICP.
SFOK Hlt NT—And poMae»»l ni , ~771
immediately, the bouae at pr-,rr t t « Dp * e J t "
the anbacriber, aitoated oo 19,h atreet 5
North of Broad. Apply to TaJbott t Pro Tor
no 11 J A. CI,ARKSOtt
FOU KKNT-On Union Mill a
fortabl* tenement, containing 'our room ,
basement and other convenience- sard'n at
t»ched, and water on the premises. He-'t
annom. Apply to JAMEB M CARTER
no 1 6t Oppose the f>o*t Office
«tf»K ISAI.H UK itKNT.-A
COTTAOK RESIDENCE. one £*\
the city, conUitiig Acre, Th , Ho
contains 5 Room., and ha# just been thoroughly r»
pair*d. plnste'ed and whitewashed, w-f.h
en, Hen Home, ii". Thare is a fine Well of W&t»r
in the vard ar.d a Stable. Possession can be ha- on
let of Januarv next, or if aold. long credit will ba
P'ven, or exchanged for city property cr slaves V B .
oaire at this office. nolO-lw*
M . F«»l« KK NT.—'l bree I.origins honmi
in hcuse No 194 Ma n street. one iqume
above tue Banks Alscf, a Kitchen, with 3
Rooms. Apply to LEWIS GINTEft
16 Pearl .tre'et.
£» *°, Hoiue nfuTe",.„7.
■E3 ner cf Main and Second street*, at present oe
-7~ , c ' J Pied by Benj. L Belt. given ou
the Ist of December next. The h,-me is in fine
order, with Gac and \\ ater, and every coovinieDca
for a larnily residence. To a good te. ant the termi
will be moderate. Apply at my Fouairj
no 10-1 w s 0. OENCON
«r £ — A ne * l a , nrt ve,- y
fortable Bnck House, su«*ted near Oamb.e's
Hill, suitable for the accommodation of s gen
teel fami y. Kor terms api It te
WALTER C. KRLEMAN, Franklin st.,
oe W--tf opposite the Metropolitan Ha'l.
K K .N l'.-The bouvp roiarr of
1 2tli and Cary streets, at present occupied bv
Taliaferro k Brother. Possession siren imme
diately.
Also, the bouse corner of 19th and Cary streets, st
present occupied by E. A Smith, as a Tobacco Ktc
torv. Possession given Ist January n-it. Aißivta
no fi -lia* WARWICK y B 4 RKSDaLK
£12. tuu KKM'. a drklrable lr«.nt
W» Room over the stare of the snhscri>er. Aprly
at 137 Main street. BULKLEY & C'»
MFOK MKM'»4 VHcnci lot ou the
north side of Cary, between 15th and ltfth
Apply to DAVID M. LEA.
no s—l4t
©HIK itK>T-- Intending in remove
to the country, I offer mv dwsllitg. on Grsce
s'reet, for rent. 1 also wish to ssl. pew No. 90
in St. James' Church.
no 4—U BlfK L WINg'QV.
«FUH KKftT-«The Uwrlllug iloiine
in Boshet's Row, lately occupied by me. Pus
session given immediately.
no 4—ts W. O. PAINF.
STORK FOR ESN T.—With the
K| view of moving to another house better suited
** to eur business, we offor for rent our store,
corner Cary and Pearl streets.
WILLIAMB t ERO.
It is withant doubt one of the very best stauds fat
a general business in this city. oc 2*
ETWO 801 SBS KOtt KKNT—A com
modiou* hou*e containing *even room*. with a
bailment, dining room, ike., en anextxnuva
lot. on which there ia a Urge arable and carriagu henie
situued in the moat healthy part oflhe city, near tbe
centra of baaineaa.
A amal) home in * retired part of tbe eity, cn a lot
40 by 106 feet.
Ap"iv at 115 Main atreet. nr. 14
eKOK f»torc and {'ellnr,
oppoaite tbe Escbange Hotel, on 14tfa attest,
lately oeenpied by Mr. William Harle; u ta
Exchange Office
At*o the Lumber House, on Csry atreet, next to
Col Wil.iam H. Brown, eorner of 13th and Cary
atreeta. Apply to
oe 10—tf JOHV GR.EME
a TOBACCO FACTORV FOR KKNT.
The Tobacco Factory, now cceosied by Mr. N.
B Dickinion, an 11th at reft, between Main and
Cary, will be for rent next year. P„s*e*sion gma
(it January. Apply to
BARKBDALF, & READ,
oc B—tf Shorkoe Warehouse.
FUR Kh.Vr.-'Jbr exrrllrot Bri.k
House sttnding on the we*t">rn «'de of Bank
itreet. and lately occupied by Mr John K.Mar
tin, containing tea iooth with fir* place*. andslitfce
conveniences for a gentee! family JAl*o. *rv»rsl
ing room* over the ttore, corner of M»in and 12th it*,
letely ocoopied by Mr. fio. M. Zimmertran. Apply
to JOHN GBjEME.
oe 6—ta
JM, FOR RJIivr—iHAKI.BOKO, lomifi-
OS ly WALL STREET HOTEL.- Tht. rropertj
, «*i**ituated on 15th, betwaen Main and Frankl»
syeeU, hua been recently enlarged and undergone
thorough repair. It can accommodate eensfurtaWy
from fifty to iixty lodger*. There ia a iargeijar r&.'ta
about thirty by forty feet, a parlor 25 by SO feel,a
dining room 30 by 4# feet, a apacicuj kitchen wita
large bake oven and extensive cocking range*. a.l ie
cently bnilt; comfortable aervant*" room*, eenvect
encea for coal and wood, ia well lupoited with
in the kitchen, bar room and en the *ecocd rloofl
ga* hi* be«n Introduced into the home, acd ther« i*
every convenience neceuary far *och an eatabluo*
■cent.
Peeaeaion rfvaa lni mediately.
tor term* apply t* PENDALL 8X1""'
«FOR RJKNT OR MCAMK--AI tb«; op
tion of the tenant, the tenement U) •>"
Kranklia (treat, tecantly occupid by Mr. Joan
H. Gary, as a grocery. It i* situated very near tn*
market, and ia considered one of the best location* in
the city for a grocery or dry good* ttore. Po**e**'oi
given at one day'i n»tice Apply to B*g«* •
Pleasants, or ta
P H AYLF.TT. Trn*tee,
an S3—fa Law Office, 115 Ma-n greet.
FOR RKNT.—Tb«* commodl«u»
weil arranged Tobacco Faotory, now oceap.'*
by Mr. O. W Harwood, *ituatedonCary «w*«'
between 17tb and ISth «treet*. Po«*e**ion /■*'* °*
the firat of January naxt. Applyto .
an 16- -ta STEARNS k BRUMMIL_
Commissions*'* Orncc, Whig Boh-ci* 6 |
Richmond, NoTetrber 8, «Bab. >
jVJOYII'K IM 11KKKBY CiIVBN. ik»i l
ll •ball oq WKDNKSD AY. the ltuh d«T of »•
wmber, 18£6, at 10 o'clock A M , ai thU cfic#, t»
en account of the debt atiil due fiiiOi eatate 0
William M. Fulton, decewed .
no 10- d4# R HILTON CARV, Ceitito^,
OHtt NkW CLOUUNW.-'
received a new .upply of R»«l»o
Fancy Ca»eimere Panti, Blmck and ' u
Ye«t», aocuething de<irat>le eod taaty, eod for
low.br WM. UA SMITH,
ro It '14 MiiK'f»• _
Ll AVANA ClMAttf A.NU IJH«.*KIUTO6.
ll J »»t reerived tbe following CI UAH# .
U Kuineratri* tLugoaia Mem* Regali*
La Real Conchy
Do Opera
R'o Hondo, com moo «i«e
El Mlawo common tise
Chincbu'ette, do do
La Mnntanea* "Concha"
Do Opera
La June la Lrndree
Do ooo® meo t>ae
!<• flortdua Cilandtadoa
Do Londrea
CIUARRITOS. _
Cooeuelo Marti Dei Ybor and PiUaera Diana.
Ail made ef new crop Tobacco, and very hay.
CHARLJt# RICHAROSON.
Importer of Havaaa Cigar* Aweiieai buiwiai.
nu3—t* Corner Mam a. d H'b»»-
ptKJI WIH ltd ANU M»tA>Uif^J"* r
A u>ediolo»l purpewe. Me wou'd oail panion ar at
Motion of thee* that are buying for tbe cooatfy .
we kite a large aMMtneat for aale el; tbe Hiea
mond Wis* Mm, V MAiN MM II

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