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riNANCIAI, AND VOMMBKCIAI*. fWJUR -TMdafto qaolatton* of yart«rd»y ">'T UO#US fof l oo * M p cU. per dolor N «w yo. K . •WwS I WJwfo! r,d • l!i39s, fd- u" tf.da.oV; white W. ,allow 74.- nto*ki firmtr; Vir|loi* 6 I » N«W Obi.kans. "^"^"wtthout 6 chani* i hi* day afaow aalaa of 10 500 balM. wd Oo in Middlln* <j«a mea, which ara w»l PP >( a SoX:.ho r :°: decking ten. daacy. DANTOVs Winou .—A few days ago a r * e f " neral took place In the Church St. Thomas d'Aquin—the Cour de* des Compie* wii pre* ent Id fall uniform-the deceased waa ene of their colleague*. WhewashW Hl* name wai Dupin, and be wa* a cousin of the Dapiu* of the Nievre. Hi* mother died last July, and wa* burrled in the mo*ti private *tyle. She wa*. nevertheless, the young f*rl of fifteen who married. Danton two year* before bis execution, and historians have declared that her influence precipitated hi* fate, for she attracted him away from the revolutionary arena, and engaged him to remove to the bumble village of Arci* *ur-Aube, where *he gave him a home, and it was while he was there Robespierre ruined him. When Danton was In those jails, which were tha portal* of the guillotine, Lucile Desmouliu begged her young friend, Danton's wife, to aid her in interceding with Robespierre to obtain I)ant r >n'i release; "I will follow Danton to the scaffold," was the reply, "but I will not hu miliate his memory before bis eneuiy. If he owed his life to the pardon of Robespierre, te would pardon me neither in this world uor the next. He bequeathed me, when last we parted, his honor; 1 shall restore it to him intact." M. de Lamartlce is mistaken in saying that she was cncunte and gave birth to a posthumous child by Danton. Dantou bad two children by bU first marriage; and both of these, his sons, are still alive at ArcU sur-Aube IJanton's widow married M. I)npin towards the end of the Consulate; by him she had several children, who occupy excellent positions in the world ; the Judge of the Cour dts Comptes was ber second son. For a great many years she lived in a comfortable apartment. No 'M rue de Lille, in the midst of a very limited circle of friends, and few even of these knew her histo ry. Danton's same was never mentioned; it seemed as it the family desired to veil the episode of ber life, which connected her destiny with the terrible Montagnard of tbe Revolution. How near this carries one to those ensanguined times : Dan ton's widow! A "Lark"—While working at the Clarendon printing office, a story was current among the men ami generally believed to be authentic to the fol lowing eflVct: Some of the gsy young students of the univer sity, who loved a practical joke, had made them selves 'sufficiently familiar with tbe manner in which the types are iixed in certain forms and laid on the press, and with the mode of opening such for corrections when required; and when the sheet containing tbe marriage service was about to be worked off, as finally corrected, they unlockod the form, took out • single letter, v, and substi tuted in its place k, thus converting the word love inttlike. The result was, that when the sheets were printed, that part of the service which ren dered the bond irrevocable, was so changed as to make it easily dissolved, as the altered passage now reads as follows: The minister asking the bridegroom, "Wilt thou have this woman to be thy wedded wife—to live together after God'g ordinance in the holy state of matrimony i Wilt thou love ber, comfort her, honor her, and keep her in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all others, keep thee ODly unto her, ho long as ye both shall like.'" To which the man shall answer, "I will." Tbe same change was made in the question put to the bride. It was said the change was not discovered till all the sheets were printed off, and then was detected by the compositor who distributed the types. The whole of the sheets had accordingly to be canceled; but I the real culprits were never discovered till they left the university, aud then, when they were be yond the authority of the protectors, they volun tarily confessed what they called their "lark."— B'tckingham's Autobiograph j. Robert Trent Paine composed with remarkable facility, it is related of him by his biographers, that he finished " Adams and Liberty," and ex hibited it to some gentlemen at the Uoase of a friend. His host pronounced it imperfect, as the name of Washington was omitted, and declared that he should not approach the sideboard, on which bottles of wine had just been placed, until he had written an additional stanza. Paine paus ed a moment, called for a pen, and wrote the fol lowing lines, which are, perhaps, the best in the song: Should the tempest of war overshadow our land, lu bolt* could ne'er rend Freedom's temple asun der; Kor unmoved at its portal would Washington stand. And repulse, with his beart, the assaults of the thunder! His swerd from the sleep, Of its scabbard would loap, And conduct, with its point, every Hash to the deep. Mississippi.—Twenty-oue couutiea show a gain of 2.218 compared with the vote of 1835, when tbe Democratic majority in the State was 5,085. If tbe rest of the State gives a corresponding gain, the Democratic majority in the State it 11,000 or 12,000. The Chesapeake and the Great Lakes UNITED.—The waters of the Chesapeake are now united with tbe Great Lakes. The first boat through the North Branch (Pa) and Junction Ca nals, arrived at Elmira, N. Y., on Monday, from Pittaton, Pa. She was four days on the passage, and came richly freighted with coal. The arrival of the first boat was greeted with great rejoicings by the Elmira people. This new and important channel of internal communication is 18 miles long, was commenced in 1853, and cost about $400,- 000. Barn Burned —The barn of Daniel Murray, near Port Republic, in Rockbridge county, Va., was destroyed by fire on Sunday night last Nine teen barrels of flour, 300 bushels of wheat, 300 bushels of rye, a quantity of oati, hay, fodder and straw, two wagons, a barouche, an omnibus, farm ing utensils and other articles of value were coe aurncd. The loss is about $3 000 Seduction ox School Children—A few days since tbe parents of the pupils attending a Gram mar Schools for Girls, at the North End, were moved with terrible consternation, by the acci dental disclosure of circumstances which led to the painful, indeed horrible, revelation that six of tbo pupils, and perhaps more, all of them between tbe ages of 14 and lti, have been seduced by three men, or monsters, one of whom is a watch maker, the second, a crockery ware dealer, and the third! a hackman.—Button Ledger. A CO9TLY Hall—The New York Common Council have adopted a plan, previously acted favorably upon by the other branch of the city government, for a City Hall, tbe cost of which is to be five millions of dollars. The Times, of that city, calls upon Mayor Wood, to veto the matter as a piece of extravagance which the citizens will not submit to be taxed for. School Mistress Arrested.—a school mis tress in Troy—a Miss Gilbert—has been arraigned before the bar of public opinion in that city, for frightening a sensitive little girl into insanity, by locking ber into a dark closet for failing to' get her leaaens. Miss Gilbert should be ejected from the teachership if this charge be true. Chattanooga and Cleveland Railroad.— The work on the Chattanooga and Cleveland l'.ailroad, uji the Chattanooga Advertiser, i* pro- Krtaaiug rapidly; a* much ho as the nature of the iebor will permit The Tunnel is under way on " lde of the ridge, with as large a force as can be couvenlently employed. In twelve months the ears will be runniag between the cities. KrvolutionAKt felltoiCK*.—The Mobile Tri bune, in lu AmericaFAna, relates th. follow !? tiT ® and d * rin « of Marion s i Simons and William Withers, tial * ent *gotlwr on some confiden- : h " e rVI " nooß fo r re in* his pistols to Whft wa4 «"min whUe hlmoua Sat ,u ,*°° d order . reverie. ' Bob or in » that bump on the you had not a likely y oQut ■»••• X"® would •aid Bimois, U,uLL*. .. V(1 V™ t ,V lUk ,0 '" "1 think I can sbooio't that ~" no*« Khali I ,u»ov-- ■ t> " n > > »■ your aucl crack went the nletnl Simons, have been better aimed H «»ric M 001,14 not bridge, demolished * ?* MUft laOUise If Ik wried w u Wrifbli ',?%*£££ wm ecently UKNTIMTMI'I ' DKNTAI. NOTIOK r U. W. Braeicst ABB Michani rrTHpiAoii. d«ntist, office and 111" iotb, Main (treat, one ftnn above (ha Bsnka, (office hour* from 9 to 8. 4 U> B,) -will be happy to aee all such a* <i»slre hi* professional *er vices' promistn* hla best endeavor*, by gentlene** and th"roti*hn*e» lo (rive *atl«facMon in all operation*, either in rill In*. Cleansing, Regulating, Extraction or Insertia* Teeth. oe 1-I—3m* rkmoval- joh. wood. WARD, Burgeon and Mechanical Dentist, haa removed hie Offiee to 1 Main atreet one squara above the Baake and next door to Corinthian Hall. In thi* location hii facilities are much Inoreaeed by the acqnialtioa of more room and good operating ' 4 *He ineerta teeth upon fine gold and allver,P]* 1 *; plain or with artificial goma Sty lee acknowledged to be the beat, aad ia practiced by the profeaaiongen e rally. ocM-~2m* WATVMKM AND JKWKI.HV. fi THOUGH 1 th ® country JKtk a hundred milea dowa, tVg. I have my repairing dom. a wave in town; AURAnd the tradesman I d>al with i* BAR THOLOMEW, Andlhe work thai I give him, ia done up like aew. But the I would tell you the right of my tale, I waa thrown from m; horse right on to a rail; K« Watch, it went further, emtek into a ditch And rusted the workato a very bad pitch. I took it to one, who aaid trade It away — But I valued the watch, and waa willing to pay. When a friend told me of a watchmaker he knew, And that'* how I came to know BARTHOLOMEW He did up the watch, and *ome Jewelry line And my watch to thia day^ k Watch and Clock Maker, Comer Eleventh and Main atreeta. Watches, Clock* and Jewelry of all kinda, repair ed in the beat manner, and on aa moderate term* as any other houae In the city. oe 29 i 7 lIKAT SAX,K «kI)KV GOODS I . il A LARGE BTOCK OK NEW FALL DRY GOODS TO BE SOLD WITHIN TWO MONTHS! V. COHEN, NO. 175 BROAD STREET, Begs to announce to the public that the constant in crease of his business makes it imperative to have his present store enlarged, and in order to have the improvement executed as soon as possible, all the goods will be offered at sucu extremely LOW PRICES as to secure their QUICK SALES! To enumerate the goods and their prices would take too much space, saffice it to say, that he has in ■tore an unusually large stock, embracing everything in the UEY GOODS LINE ! and his facilities for pu'cbaiing goods being as good as those ofany other house in the city, GREAT BARGAINS may be expected. Goods sold exclusively for CASH. no IS— UCUUOb UK UlinlUA OK TilIV Utt ioOINIA MECHANICS 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 is necessary, wiil be done to give satisfaction to a'l who attend. The school will be under the direction of Mr. W. G. PECIVAL, who will be aided by competent as sistants. Terms—s2.oo per month, payable in advance. Young men wishing to join tne classes now forming will please leave their names at the office of Mr. Per cival, in Ooddin's Building, with J. W. Lewellen,at the Dispatch office, or with either one of the Com mittee. THUS. SAMSON, > Committee on 8. Y. LANDRUM. S School THOS. H. WYNNE, > of Design. oc 22—ts Havana ciuaKvS and ciuakkitos*. Just received the following CIGARS : La Einperatriz Eugenia Media Regalia Flor La Real Concha Do Opera Rio Hondo, common size £1 Mismo. common size Chinchuretta, do do La Montanesa "Concha" Do Opera La Jamela Londres Do common size La Kioridana Cilnndrados Do Londres CIUARRITOS. Consuelo, Martinez Ylior and Diana. Ail made of new crop Tobacco, and very fine. CHARLKB RICHARDSON; Importer of Havana Cigars. American building, no R—ts Corner Main and 11th sis. Office Richmond fc Danville R. R Co., > Nov. 14th. 18.56 > The ninth annual, meeting of tbe stockholders of the Richmond and Danville will take place on WEDNES DAY, thl 10th December next, at the office of the Company. THOS. W. EROCKENBROUGH, Bec'y. FORM OF PROXY Know all men by these presents, that , the undersigned do hereby constitute and appoint , Attorney for , and in name, to vote in all questions that may be brought before the meeting of tbe stoekheld frs of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company to be held at , on the day of , or any adjuurned meeting thereof, here by ratifying all the acts of said Attorney in the premises, as fully as if were pre sent and voting in person. In testimony whereof have hereunto affixed hand this day of . no 17— dlw&c3w TO TIIE PUBLlC.—Huving purchased the stock of Groceries and fixtures lately pur chased by Wm. Rexey at the trust sale of Daniel Hunt, I hereby appoint Daniel Hunt my rgent, to keep a Restaurant and Grocery at the house now occupied by him, on the corner of 7th and Byrd streets on the cash system only. no 17—2w ELi'/EBETH HUNT. IVEW GROCERY AND COMMISSION ! ™ STORE. —The subscriber would inform the pub lic that be lias recently opened on Franklin street, between Wall and 17th streets, a GROCERY AND COMMISSION STORE. He will keep always on hand a general assortment of FAMILY GROCE RIES, which he will sell at wholesale and retail on accommodatirg terms. He will also attend to all the duties of a Commission Merchant, and will be pleated to receive consignments of Produce, Sic., from his friends. He has now in store a good supply of FLOUR, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, &c., to which he invites an examination from the public, oc 23—dim* J. R. SYRCLE. Commissioner's Office, Whig Building, < Richmond, November 8, 1856. 5 Notice is hereby given, that i ■ hall on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of De cember, 1856, at 10 o'clock. A. M., at this office, take an account of the debt still due from the estate of William M. Fulton, deceased no 10—d4w R MILTON CARY, Commii. NOTICE.— All person* indebted to me, either by bonds, open account, or otherwise, are respectfully requested to come forwt rd and settle .their respective dues before the Ist day of December next, after which time those that are not settled will be put in the hands of an officer for settlment. no 15—dVctlstde W. A.BELL. NOTICE-The us. ■* dersigned have formed a co-partnership for the purpose of oondusting a General Commission and Forwarding Business, under the lirm of SUTLER ic BOW DEN. They respectfully solicit consignments of Foreign and Domestic Goods, and of Tobacco, Flour, Wheat and Corn. Office corner 15th and Cary street, Richmond, Va THOS. F. BUTLER, no B—dlmclro ROBERT M. BOWDFN Destiny ueitionstrateo.—:ua* PAME MOLLEN respectfully informs the La dies and Gentlemen of Richmond and vicinity, ibat she will give information in all the affairs relating to life, such as Health, Wealth, Love, Marriage, Jour neys, Law Suits, Difficulties in Business, Absent Ftiends, Sickness and Death, and in respect to all other sabject*. both past, present and future, and all conoerns of life. Terms-For Ladies 25 cents. Gen tlemen 50 cents, each. Apply at No. 17, (which Is over the door,) Taylor's alley, between 17th and 18th and Main and Cary streets, Richmond, Va. oc ll— 3m* DHAUKUTY. BELL AND BRASS FOUNDER, Tenth St., between Main and Cary. Richmond, Virginia, Would must respectfully state to hii customers and the public in general, that having purchased the right of OaRBATT'S ANTI-FRICTION METAL, pa tented August 15th, 1855, it prepared to furnish the above at a very low prica, much cheaper than brass. He would alto stale, that those desirous of in akin* l their own Castings, can ba supplied with the metal in mints, ready for use. The above Metal can be used as a substitute, and is equal to Babbit* Metal, for lining boxes aad other purposes. U. HAGfcRTY. ao 15—dim lPth st, between Main and Cary. UKKMIUM » UttlilCA Js INS TKLJ -S- MEN Id.—Tbe Virginia Mechanics' Institute have just aararded a rfftST class diploma lor the Surgical Instruments mauufactared by Tieman k C°-> New York, exhibited by us We have always on band a (apply of the various kinds in nse, and w»u supply physielans with all new ones, at short notice and at manufacturer's pries. MEADE It BAKER, Chemists, lie., .o W- con " of Main and 10th sta, no ia-dfcwlm Richmond, Va. Vf It KINO AHIKTM AMD lIIIAWbUN.. i>fjtih'S.'if* V2T- ' r ' rJ * tM,k of Merino aad Silk Shirts and jDrswert. Those in want will please give me au early call. w **" « J. I>- O ODMAN. BUMINItW* (lAKDI. R MILTON VARY, AttarMf ilU* practise* In *11 the Courts of the eity of Rich, mood and County of Henrleo. Office—' "Whig Build ing," Franklin street, Rlchmgwd, Va. oc w-lm u. a. aaiuoKoao, n. Tmsi.tt rtri, rRAHRI.II* MATTIIKWS. BKIDUPOKU ft « «., Ueaernl l omtnla minion and Forwarding Merchants, on Che Dock, Richmond, Va. an 6 6. W. HIkLMAN. J. *. HILLMAN. GW.HILI.inAN & CO., 80 Front street, • New Tork, Agenta for the aale of VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. Liberal advance* on oencirnments ae 37— 6m* t J.KOKCJK M. LUWNKM,*iS& Mala rtrwt, V* near 7th.—Orate*; Fender*; Summer Front*, (square, circle and eleptie pattern*) Ornamentals. Iron Rail; Baleoniea Verandah*, Ae. Remember the number and give me a eall after ex amining elsewhere. |my 31—6 m ■ | KWIM N. WKBH iV CO., «KNKRAI. Ll COMMISSION MERCHANTS, offer their aer vicee for the eale and purahaae of Flour, Wheat, Corn. Tobacco. Ac. ae B™6m dc VO.*» LOTTKRIBB. [Authorized by the StaU of Georgia.J 3,380 Prlzeo-Lowoot Prize 940. MORS THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVERT TEN TICKETS 1 PRIZES GUARANTEED I FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY! CLASS 21. *o be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In pub lic, on FRIDAY, November I JH, 1890, ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS! y Purchasers in buying ten Whole Tickets, are guaranteed a prize of $40. Halvee and Quarter* in proportion. BAM'L SWAN & CO., Managers. 30,000TickeU—3,280 Prize*!! Prizes Amounting to i!i#4,ooo ! Will be distributed according to the following ORIGINAL SCHEME! 1 Prize of. $40,000 1 Prize of. 1,000 1 Prize of 12,000 10 Prizes 0f..... 200 1 Prize of S,oofl 100 Prizes of-.... 100 1 Prizeof. 2,000 100 Prizes 0f..... 70 1 Prize of 1,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 Prizes of $150 approximating to #40,000 Prize, are 0600 4 Prizes of $125 approximating to $12,000 Prize, are 600 4 Prize* of $100 approximating to $5,000 Prize, are 4 Prize* of $75 approximating to $2,000 Prize, are Prize* of $50 approximating to $1,000 Prize, are 400 40 Prize* of $45 approximating to $200 Prize*, are 1,800 3,000 Prizea of $40. are 120,000 3,280 Prize*, amounting to .....$204,000 Whole Ticketa 10, Halves 5, Quarters 2.50. PLAN OP THE LOTTERY. 30,000 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 number wheel, and at the same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel. The prize drawn is placed against the number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. ' approximation prizes. The two preceding and the two succeeding num bers to those drawing the first 16 prizes, will be en titled to the 64 Approximation Prizes, according to the scheme. 3 OOU prizes will be determined by the last figure of the number that draws the $40,000 Prize. For example, if the number drawing the $40,000 prize ends with Ne. 1, then all the tickets where the num ber enda in 1, will be entitled to $40. If the number ends with 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, by 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 t£e amount guaranteed, accrues to the purchaser. Certificate of Packages of 10 Whele Tickets, $60 « " 10 Half •' 30 •• " 10 Quarters " 15 It will be perceived by this plan, that for $60 the the purchaser has a certificate of 10 Tickets, when if he buys Tickets he would only get for that sum six Wholes, 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 to 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. Cf Purchasers will please write their signature plain, and give their postollice, county and State. Remember that every prize is drawn, and pay able in full, without deduction. FT" All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immedi ately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of3o days, in full without deduction. All communications strictly confidential. Prize Tickets c&shed or renewed in other Tickets at either otlice. Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be addressed either to S. SWAN St CO., Atlanta, Ga. oc 27 or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. NOTICE— SOitIETHINU NIC W.-The un dersigned take leave to inform their friends and the public in general, that they have established VINEGAR MANUFACTORY at Rocketts, Rich mond, Va., and are now prepared to fill any orders at the shortest notice. A long experience in the bu siness enables them to manufacture and sell at as reasonable prices, and quality equal to any, if not su perior to Northern brands. They expect to meet a kind patronage of the public, and in particular from our mercantile community. All orders they may be favored with, will be executed with promptness and at the lowest terms. Orders received at Mr A BODEKER'S Drug Store, or directed to the firm, Box No. 48, Post Office Richmond, Va. Respectfully, oc 28—lm* BRANDT & ROTHER. J~OHN W. DAVIEN, ' DEALER IN AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE, BROWN STONE AND GRANITE. MAIN STREET, BETWEEN BTH AND 9TH STS. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD PIECES, House and Store Fronts, Window and Door Sills, &.e. Burying Grounds enclosed with Stone and Iron Rail ing. First Premium awarded by the Mechanic*' In stitute and Agricultural Society of Virginia. Ie 10—ta tVTOAH WALKKK & CO., 11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS, No Bt> Main at., (Branch of the Baltimore Houae,)—Most respectfully ask the attention of the citizens of Richmond and its vicinity to tbe stock of Ready-Made Clothing which they are just opening. Possessing superior facilities for procuring and making up the greatest variety of Domestic and For eign Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, they are ena bled to offer unusual inducements to customers, who are most respectfully solicited to give u* a call be fore purchasing. oc 14—ly ERCHANTB INSURANCK|COiMPAN Y OF RICHMOND.—This Company Insure* eve ry deicription of property agaimt loi* or damage by fire or the dangers of the sea. No charge is made for the Palicy. Office, for the present, on the East side of 13th at. near Main, op stairs. TOES : Wm. H. Christian, Win. Breedev, John Purcell, Thomas R. Prise, Wm. G. Paine, Jas. Thomas, Jr., Lewis Ginter, John Carrie, Jr., Aug. Anderson, Jas. Dunlop, James L. Apperson Wm. H. Haxall, Roscoe B Hea John D. Queries, John Dooley, David J. Burr, Rich'd O. Haskins, Larkin W Glazebrook, Lewis D. Crenshaw, D. Von Groning, Joseph R. Anderson, Emanuel Miller, John C. Sinton, Ed. H. Skinker, Franklin Stearns. A. PLEASANTS, President. J. H. Momtasue. Sec'y. au s—t* MIND well the place, for it in true, "Great bargain* are in store for you !" SCHAAP fc. CO. are selling the moit fssbionable patterns of Glass, Butter, Preserve, Pickle and Su gar Dishes; Lager Beer and other Tumblers, and De canters; Cream and Water Pitchers; Goblets, Wine Glasses. Egg Cups, Salt Cel'ars. etc ; Looking Glass es, (broken ones repaired,)and Clocks; No 1 Fronstone China Plates and Diahee, etc.; richly guilded and or namented Flower Vases and other Pallor ornamentr Waiten; Fluid and Oil Lamps, and thousands of other articles, at prices 50 and 75 cants lower than the* generally can be bought for. Our cash purchase* on Northern auction*, enable u* to defy competition — Oor Confectionary eaUblithinjpt ia aupplied with a complete aaaortmenr. Please call at tbe French Confectionary and Variety Store, corner Bread and Third atreeta. oc" IVOTICK—Anions the tunny objects of ,f 1 », e " i t at u ? Agricultural Fair, none hu more attraction* for the hungry and thuraty, than the "Onr Houae Saloon, where every delicacy can he had, anion* which are CANKISLD'S unrivaled Soda Wa ter, Philadelphia Ale and Porter, the good qnalitlef ? atteited by the unprecedented demand for it. ftUnafectorv 20th, betwenn Main tud Finnk lin atreeU WARREN CANKIELD, Agent. oe 39—fa R AND SKRVANTtM CLUTIi: . Q ~ Ka , rme,, *° d other » »«• reapectfulty in vited to examine our larae atock of BUnketa, Kar nll' Pnllad Clothe, Jeana and Linaeya. Order* from the country, for theaa goods, promptly attended to, aa low aa they eaa be bouaht any wbere. _ W. P. PERKINS k CO., "" 18 No 141 Eaglo Sqearo. Bacon HHOIJLDKIto..V»ry briiktiwl prime quality, juat landed and for aale by SELDEN k MILLER, no 30 Corner Pearl and Cary aueeU. HATS, UAPR) »HOK«, ScC» JILaHU DEPOTS-JOHN DOOLET, si furs, entirely new, of Ihe late*t *tylea, Mid of *•' **»«-». *»- pets, OuatbtiuiCnfl« u « u Short " " it " ***• :: :; Mink „ „ •• Brown Imitation „ u gtone Marten " „ „ Stone Marten Oilta „ „ „ French Marten „ u Chinchilla " „ White Ermine „ „ Siberian Squirrel " (> „ „ Bme Coney " „ u Black " Fitch Bnaeiaa Fitah " „ Oolden " " „ „ Spotted " H „ >■ Lock „ m Black Jennet H „ u Brown " ' u „ „ Swarndown " „ „ Bed Pelt " . " be, 4c., he. ALSO, Wolf, Buffalo, Racoon, Badger Leopard and Jennet Robee Furand White and Pink Swansdown Trimming* Muff*. Gentlemen'* Collar* and Gloves Prepared Hare Skins, for the cheat, to. ee 25—t* BMRKAT RKDIJCTION IN THK m ■ PRICE UF BOOTS AND HATS.-Frem J» Ml sto 2n_per oent. saved by buying from J. H. ANTHONV, Columbian Hotel Building. Moieskin Hats, best quality. •;» Moleskin Hat*, second quality../ » Fashionable Silk Hats * ™ Fine Calfskin Sewed » ™ Congress Gaiter Boot*. » Fine Calfskin Sewed Shoe*. J H ANTHONY ha* made arrangement* with one of the best maker* in the city of Philadelphia to sup ply him with a handseme and substantial Calfskin sewed Boot, which be will *ell at the unprecedented ow price of *3.50. oc 18-ditely —. SIIOKM, SHUKS.-A «ood ae of Lftditis' Oiiten wilkiiip tfhoea And Bootee«, on hand at lower priee* than usua , establi*hed cheap store of no 11 ALFRED MOSES, 63 Main *t. m.— IMPORTANT TO ifOUNC* UKN TLEMEN —Just received at No. 13 a rop- ply 0 f Gent's very light Congress Gaiters silk tops, pump bottom* for dancing, the prettieet ana mod suitable article for the purpose ever offered in Riebmond. All in went of soch an article, will ao well to call earl, on the no ] 2 13 Main *treet. to KAK.MKKS AMD MANU FACTURERS.—I have on hand, ef my own make. 1000 pairs of Brogues, suitable for tarm and factory hsnds. Those in want of such Shoes, will de well to call on the subscriber, at No 13 Main street. , no 12 JOHN C- PAGE, Jr. MPKUIAL NOTICK. —To all those that did not avail themselves of the privilege of visiting the Mechanics' Fair, and would like to see the Boots and Shoes which took the first premium, I invite them to call and examine thein, as 1 will take great pleasure in showing them. They were all manufactured bv myself. ALEX. HILL, No. 127 Mam St., no 12 Richmond. Va. KltKMll ARRIVAL. OK WfcW AND DESIRABLE SHOES—Opened this morning, per steamer City of Rich mond, some of the choicest Ladies, Misses and Chil drens' Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters ever offered in this city, consisting in part of Ladies' Goat and Morocco Boots' and Buskins, single and double Sole, prime quality; do. black and colored Gaiters and Buskins, single and double sole, very cheap; Misses and Chil drent' Gaiters, Boots, black and tan colored Boots. kc.. &lc . with many other styles of Shoes to be sold cheap. MARCUS HARRIS, no 17 183 Broad street. a—. tiKNTLiIfiIMISN'S 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 various patterns. Recollect, at No. 43, four doors below St. Charles Hotel, opposite side, no 8 WM. WALSH. J MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS, very long Legs, suitable tor hunting in, for ditching, for watchmen or watermen, or any business that exposes the feet to water. Price only $5, formerly used to be sold at $8 Recollect, they are at the Sign of the Big Boot, No 43, by „o 21 WM. WALSII. m FANCY FURS, FANIIY FURS. A —We have now open, a complete and SSUc splendid stock of Ladies and Children's Fancy Furs, consisting of the following styles : Rus sian Sable; Stone Martin; Ex. Black Lynx; Fitch; Siberian Squirrel; Golden Fitch; French Martin, and every other style of Fancy Furs for Ladies and Chil dren. Also splendid Leopard, Wolf and Badger Car riage Robes arid Foot Mutfs, which have been select ed fresh from the largest and most extensive manu factories, and will be sold at wholesale and retail, on the most favorable terms. Ladies are particu'arly requested to call and examine the above splendid Goods, which for neatness, style and quality, cannot be excelled. Also, Ladies' Beaver Riding Hats and Fiats; Chil dren's Hats and Caps, of every style; Gent's Hats and Caps,(amongst them will be found something entirely new.) makinsone of the most complete and selected stocks ever offered in this market. BINFORD, DICKINSON U WEISIGER, oc 17 No. 78 Main street moil UO! tOK IUOOUK'HPRK-^m MIUM HATS At CAPS, No. BROAD STREET —R. MOORE has some of the finest and neatest gentlemen's Dress and Business Hats and Caps of every style and quality to be had. Boys', Youths', and Children's Fancy Hats aud 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 Hat*, all of which will be sold cheap for cash. Call and supply yourself, at the Premium Hat Stere, No. 207 Broad street. oc 28—lmd RICHARD MOORE. T. W. TIWNOK, " SIDE MAIN ST., IN THE FIRST SQUARE BELOW (BR THE MARKET, Maker and Dealer in GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches and Belts, Game Bags. Eley's Caps and Wads, Walk ing Canes, Fishing Tackle, Colt's and Allen's Re volver*, aud Sporting article* and Ammunition ef all kind*, all «f which will be cold at the loweit possible rates. oc 28—lm - CARRIAGES, ( ARRIAUICti. RW Wiy The *üb*criber ha* on hand, at hi* Coach wr- W*—' Making E*tabli*hment, on Lombard Al ley, between Main and Cary, U3t.li tt nd I4th street*,) near the Columbian Hotel, COACHES, CHARIO TEES, BAROUCHES. BUGGIES with and witheul tops, and SULKIES, all of hi* own make, af the be*t material* and workmanship. All of which will be sold as low as good work of the land can be in the oity of Richmond; and I respectfully ask a call from those In want of any article in the Carriage line, a* I am de termined to make to order and *ell at the lowest prices possible, and all work sold, that i* new, w» ranted fe 26—49 m MICAJAH MANGUM. INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO.—A young lady,who haa had conaiderable experience in teaching, II » I II < and can produce pupila that, in one quarter, can play and aing moat any ordinary piece of muaic, wishes a few more acholars. As she herself received instructions from the principal pianist of •Jenny Lind, W. M. Hoffmann, Esq., feels confident she can give satisfaction to those wno encourage her. Term* $15 per quarter of 20 lesson*. Addrew M. 8. A., box 567, pott office. jy 23—ta FREItJHT FOR NEW York, Boston, Providence, Portland, Newark. Xeiv Ha- JUBBMRpr ven, Charleston, Mobile. New wßßls, St. Loulm, (ialvevton, San Krnn elvro, otf., per Steamahlp Jamestown, to anil via New York —Can be ahipped every Mon day and Tuesday, by the U. S. Mail Steamahip James town, Capt. Parrish. The Agents at New York, Mesar . Ludlam It Pleas ants, will forward goods by this line to all of the above meutioned places free of commission, and at the low est rates of freight. Large and commodious died* have been erected on tho wharf in New York, where goeds are entirely pro tected from injury or defacement, and every care and attention i* bellowed in forwarding good* for trans shipment. Merchant* (hipping by thi* (teamihip can always calculate within an hour on tha arrival of their goods. The Jamestown leave* New York every Saturday af ternoon on her return to Richmond. For freight apply to , »«25 LUDLAM k WATSON. K p" » CHANUC UK HOUR— Vl 11 ihTTTTI I WINTER ARRANGEMENT~ Ti >» Bt ** m Boat CURTIS PECK, Capt. J wo. Davk, wit] on lid after Thursday next, leave the wharf »t RocketU every Saturday, Tue«- day and Thursday morning, *t 61 o'clock, A M., for Portamouth and Norfolk, and return each alternate day, (Sunday excepted) leaving Norfolk at the seme hour. 6| o clock, A. M., touching at all the regular landing* on the River, going and returning. Paaaaga and fare aa — ■—■ — 16 R O. HABKINS c "■ofejdtagc'saggggffg sa» «»v &is/s5 u s stoves, ranges and heating furnacaa. Apply at the ooko yardaaorneroflOth atreet a»d BaainWk, no •owwof *yfd and Bth atreeta. eouth aide Canal. ■"fc JWO J WRATH. Art mW by CHAR *. WORTUAM k CO, QAU.TON "•«»«-, OtmDWO Ha.SABNAWAr M "3 Hnirablv ItCltMl hoUN* Oi 12*11 ICTNtf MiWiW «E£d «d Marahell, and having two or three Roe. large roowi eu.lable for familiee, would be glad '• have then. Riled Hhs can aleo accommodate Six or Stable tod f triage House, no 20—3w A UUUHTA 110L'»K A eral gentlemen cas be with Board and Lodging orae Day Board era, m mode ate t *FO* RENT.—The office recently ooeupled by Dr. Drewry, and well adapted to mes. Apply on the premises, Main '"no IT—6t* "at K.F. t Co. Mum. WHARTON,of tIeHfTe»U»M« (corner of 3d and Franklin etreet.) ha* atlll un occupied a very decirable *uite of rooms for the ac commodation of a private family, and i* now pre pared to receive Transient Day Boarder* on the moat reasonable term*. no ll—2w UNITKV STATIC IS HOTEL re-epaaed no a private boarding houae, by the underngned, who beg* leave respectfully to say that there are now vacant several fine room* forfamiliea and (ingle gen tlemen. Nothing (hall be left undone to render tbis enterprise worthy the patronage of a discerning pub lic, and to eatablifh a first claaa boarding houae — Term* moderate, end exertion* made to pleaae. Transients taken at the rate of »1.25 per dev. oc 22—lm* J. A. JETER. JR. PKKWUMON, Jr., . NO. 9, PEARL STREET, IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF DRY 600DS. SECOND eUPPLYf The *übacnber having wild At many atylea of Good* purchased in the early part of the season, baa found it necessary to make another vl*it to New York, tor the purpose of replenishing his stock, and is now re ceiving and opening a variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS, emoracing Fancy Silk*, rich Paris DeLalnes ard Caahmcrea, Merinoea, medium priced Mouslaine* and Cashtueies, Embroideries, Lacee,Lawn and Linen H AIso, a°full supply of Silk and Cut Velvet Vesting*, Black ard Fancy Casaimerea, and many other new and desirable articlee—all of which have just Men purchased at very low prices, and will be offered to the city and country trade, by wholesale, at • small advance on cost. ry An early examination is requested oc 23-d 1 m J. B. FERGUSON, Jr. 2nnn nnn ciwars, of an the .UUI/tlrUw ferent qualities and brand*, con (tantly ou band. Cigar* of any description made to erder at abort notice. Liberal dlacount allowed. Wholeiaie dealer* and country merchant* ought te examine my stock and price* before purchasing ela*> where. H. C. G. TIMMERMAN, Importer and Manufacturer of Cigar*, e 9—3 m No- 177 Broad *treet. MOULI)IMU»j OKKSSKI) ANI> UN DRESSED LUMBER—Belvidere Planing Mills, on 9th street, aouth of the Basin, in rear of the Pe tersburg Depot.—Planing, of all kinds of lumber, Tonguing ana Groving done in the best manner.— Dressed Klooring, 8-4,6-4,5 4 and 4-4 inch thick; ShelT ing, Partition and Car stuff, on hand and for sale. Also, Frame Timber, Oak Fencing, and building ma terials generally. Builders' Mouldings, sixty different patterns, al- W M3°-3m nd ' 8. C. ROBINSON. AND OT »F» A g» BOOMBI We have determined to contine onr sales in future to the goods as indicated above, by retail; and having arranged our entire and conveniently fitted store for that purpose, are now prepared to exhibit the largest and most complete assoitmem of Carpetings, Oil Cloth*, Curtain Goods, &c., ever seen in the State of Virginia, and but 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 business, and relying on the citizens of Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee to sustain us in our enterprise, assure them we will be content with moderate profits. It is eur intention to keep our stock supplied throughout the year with the latest styles of fashion able goods in our line. We now invite buyers to examine our entirely new stock, which embraces a great, variety in patterns of Velvet, Tapestry and Brussels Carpeting Three-ply, Ingrain and Venetian do Velvet, Cheneille and Brussels Rugs Door, Parlor and Chamber Mats Satin, Worsted and India Damask Satin and Figured DeLalnes Brocatelle and Turkey Red Muslin and Lace Curtains Cornicrs and Bands for Curtains Cord, Tassels and Gimps do Window Shades, all stylss and qualities Piano and Table Covers Worsted Fire Screens and Foot Stools Crumb Cloths and Bocking * Booking for steps, new article Floor Oil Cloths; Table Oil Cloths Oil Cloth Rugs Stair Linen; Stair Rods, Sic. When furnished with diagram and measurement of room or hall, we will superintend the cutting of Car pets and Oil Cloth* to an; pattern. *e3o—3m* RICHARDSON U CO. DUIJUKTT & ANUKKSOJI, UPHOL STERERS AND PAPER HANGERS, COR NER OK GOVERNOR AND FRANKLIN STS., invite the attention of their friendaand the public to their stock of FALL GOODS, being the beit assort ment they have ever had to offer in French and Amet iean Paper Hangings, all qualities; Muslin and Lace Curtains, Damask and Delaine Curtain Goods, Cornices bands aad trimmings for Curtains, Table and Floor Oil Cloths, White and Cheek Coco Matting, Window Shades, Mattrasses, Feather Beds, with many other articles in the line of business, which will be sold or worked up on the most reasonable terms, se 2H-3m. VIUGINIA SAVINGS HANK,.-.CIIAK v TERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF VIR GINIA—CAPITAL 100,00(1 DOLLARS.—Money re ceived on depoiitin sums of five dollars and upwards, on which interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum is paid, for sums remaining six month* »r longer; for shorter periods, lntere*t at the rate of 5 per centum. The whole joint stock bound for the deposit. Deposit* received, and certificate* iscued by the Caihier, T. B. Starke, atthe store of E. B. Spence. corner of Main and Governor streets. Richmond. Va. SAM'L S. COTTRELL, President, T. B. STARKE, Cashier, oc 14—3 m C WALTHALL. Secretary. rpUK NHJHT MCIIOOL. of the iMECIIA< 1 NICS' INSTITUTE will open TO-MORROVV NIGHT, (Wednesday) in the basement of the Uni versalist Church, Mr. C. P. BURRUSS, Principal Teacher. All apprentices and others who wish to at tend a* scholar*, must procure their certificates of membership before that time, as none will be other wise admitted. Certificates may be had of Mr. Sam uel 8 Cottrell, on Mam street, near 13th, or of J. W. Lkwkllen, the Secretary, who can be found at the Exhibition Hal l,jover,the First Market, on 17tb and Main atreet*. Parent* and Masters should *ee that their boy* are started at the commencement of the School, m order to get the benefit of the entire •ession. oc 14—tf U B; BKNOON hnv for vale UOO Enain- • elled Grate*, Fender*, and Summer Piece*, em bracing Square Topped, Circle and Eliptie Pattern* The*e Grate* are of my own manufacture, and (hall be *old at the lowest prices. Order* from town and country promptly atteuded to. The Virginia Mecha nic*'lnstitute awarded a silver medal, the highest premium, to Samuel D. Denoon for the be*t *peci mensof Orates and Fenders. ~Al*o, for sale, a large stock of Bells, Brass Brick Moulds, lie. Apply at my Beil and Bras* Foundry, No 225 Main street, between Bth and 9th, we*t aide, Richmond, Va. oc 16—3na LAND WAHRANTS.»I wlvh pur chase Land Warrants, and will pay the fall mar ket price for them. Also, Virginia Land Warrants, which have been lost or mialaid. GEO. BAGBY, oc 28—lm* 13th street, over Geo. R. PeaJte'*. UJKLLKVIJK HoßPlTAlj.~Tfctv lav tit a. ,*-* tion i* aituated on Church Hill, Richmond, Va., in a delightful, airy, position, and 1* furnished with every convenience conducive to the cemfert of pa tient* and the *ncce**ful treatment of disease. Tha Lying-in Ward* are peculiarly commodious. The undersigned give their personal attendance to all patient* placed under their charge. TERMS: Colored ratients : *5 per weak. White* 6 " " Private accommodation* 7to 10 " These rata* embrace alt charge* for Beard. Medi cines, and Medical and Surgical attendance OT No Small Pox admitted. PHYSICIANS: JAMES BOLTON. M. 0., •race street, between 4th and sth. C. 8. MILLS, M D, Hth street, between Broad and R. T. COLEMAN, M D., Corner of 4th and Grace streets. Resident Phyaician— Dr WOOD tnr 24—dm 20 Oftft *', INK "AVANA UIiiAKM, made Vof sew5 ew er °p Toaoco. jaat received by the eubecriber. Lovera of a (in* CIGAR ire invited to examine my (took. , . CHARLES RICHARDSON, Importer of Hmii Clgare, American Hotel Build ing. corner Mela end 11th »t>. oe »-to I\y T *u*~JUMN w. cobby ti i2f£ mi W# •*«»•<« «o me, for the Uneht of W« creditor!, nil dnbunnd elnfma dun or nnnraim to Wm ky bond, biU. note open account or otherwiao, 1 koreby require ail peraon* owing aueh debta or o'aiine to make immediate payment to me, aa longer Indul gence cannot bo gives. _Jy 19-to ALEX ffARRETT Tnialee kinda of waohanioul work. *" •15 25•raffi.sr.y *«"» —. *»■•» lOBW ■ JOHMION. ***** • noli THOMAS JONES A CO. rn JX&fISMKSSMgcs' S r'aniS ""•£ ■^•■?r r ""; > t»nmnt, the rent will He aooomm<t.fiij E . p--- * 1 o*n be had immediately. Apply to oHmiou e A. J. CLOPTOff A tent and Collector, No « Wail no 21-«t Under Ht.CMrIJ R.ui • VUU, K*N'*- r A Mrtek 25th.tr eat, m ktm North of VenJkfJ ? hae 5 room*, and klteben with 2 roe™, eoOTamant, sad Mwi; aa Mr* lot attached B.t! only#l«0 i|Mi. fMNWioa |irn I* Apply to WM. WAL»H. «»OH K*NT, mm* P—emOTO^ on the lit December next, * two ttor* h, ~v dwelling, .Halted on x-oond, between mIiJ end Franklin ttreeu, eoatainiog 8 room., en, with two room, and Decenary oet hou.e. .11 1. perfeefcorder. Apply to JgNßfc R Jone,"*.*"" the prematea, or to E. A. J. CLOPt6n Agent and Collector, Mo. 8 Wall it no 21—«t Übder at. Cbarle. Hoi*.) MVOK KkCNT, by ike and very beantifnl reaidenee, on 9th it. French Garden HilL. containing « room, and .ever.i cloaeta, with all the Decenary ont-homr* » B <| ... van qua.ter* The interior arrangement. of tlm hon.e are perfect In awry reapect, and to a good tee. ant the term. ahali be moderate PoMjaai.a f j v * immediately. Apply to W x. I&VIN'u ' no 21—6t* J KOK KKMT.-Tke lar«e ß nd dioua warehonae on Cary, between llth ami 12th .treeta, at preaent occupied by Me«.-> p A. Blackburn 4c Co., ia for rent Po*M».ian uvea the let of January, 18S7. Thie home 1. reliable for a large Commiaaion buiinaaa, or Tobacco Factor? Apply to JOHN COBBY, no 21— dim* Mayo .tr.et M KUK KKNT-A ( Ullage Keaideare aituated near Cbe.aae, containing .sv-n room,' kitchen, .table, tme airing oi water on the mi.e', and other convenience., .uitabie for a l.. (e family. Peraona wiahing a retired reaidenee will cell on Eli WSJ. D. EACHO. no 21—t.t General Aaent, Pearl r. «KOK HKNT.~The cornier table Ten ement on becond .treet, near Main, tppoaite the residents of Mr. Sam'i Denoon. It ha. nine or ten rocme. with comfortable Kite!,en, a hydrant. &lc. Poaae*»ion jiven Oecmber l.t Appl»to ' no 2<—ta WORTH AM k OOTTB RLf, *FOIi KKNT—4 genteel luniiiy rent* denes on 3d strtt t, between Leigh and Clay — G»* will bts it-r-aueed if desired. App!* u, no -I—6l* A. O. WORTHAM MKOK ItKNT —i-crrent or lenne nn d iianiiJiute voi-ic'iiiou given, the Brick W*r«. house, with tha -.iljoiiiing wooden tenemeot, cn the basin, at the coir.or of 10th and Cary streets re cently occupied us a Commission House by MessrL F Q. StW. D.Tompklna. Apply to 1 oo 22-wfcsu John rutherfoord. KUK SALK - That very de»ir»bl« Garaen Lot about 1| miles from Richmond. sit uated in "Sydney," on Bcuille-town road, R. Seins' late residence, and eentaining about H acres. « present In a high state of cultivation, with dwelling houae, outhoaaea, and an excellent well 0 f water in the yard. For terma apply to no ?Q—6t OODDIN k APPERSON MBOA ttJDINCJ HOUMK KOH TTKNT The large and commodious Dwelling above my store, haying been thoroughly repaired „nd painted, i« now ready for a tenant. It hu long b-en occupied as a boardinz-house, aod ia one of the beat locatiana in the city for that buaineat. To a good te nant, the rent will be reaaonabie. Posses-ion given immediately. Apply to WM. T. KING, no 20—3t 6 and 8 Franklin ft. MIiAKUK KHAUKI) I) VVKKI.I ><; ADJOINING MANCHESTER FOR SALfc. — The subscribers are authorized to sell} the Framed Dwelling at the upper end of Manchester, nearly opposite the residence of Mr. Geo. VV linga. and now in the occupanov of W. A. Ccoke,Ecq. The houie hat seven rooma with fire placet te six of them, besides kitchen, staDle, lie., and is most beau tifully situated. The lot fronts 130 feet, runs back IWfl feet to the corporation line. For terms, be., apply to no 20—6t OODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts ®FOK RENT, and pomrssion Kivcn immediately, the store I recently occupied, on 17th street, one door below Crew's Factory It ia an excellent stand for a Clothing store, or any kind of retail business. Apply to the subscriber, on Frank lin street, near the Old Market. no 20-3t* LEWIS SWF.ITZER. MtUa KENT-*On luion Hill, n rem. 'fortable Tenement, containing 4 rooms, with basement and other conveniences; garden at tached, aod water on the promises. Kent $120 per annum Apply to J AS. M CARTER, no 20—2w Opposite the Post Office. MFUU HUNT OK L.UAXK-.A mu nil Farm, in Duval's Addition, near the city, con taining six acres of ground, well adapted for a market gaiden, ard i* very productive. There is a dwelling house, an ice house, kitchen, stable, lie . on the premises, and an ice pond within one hundred yards of the ice house—all under one enclosure There ia a variety of fruit trees on the place. For further particulars apply to A. A. KRISCHMANN, no 17—lm 128 Main street. MMTUKfc IIOISK KOtt liKNT.-The Btora House on loth itreet, between Msi u and Cary, now occupied by Roy&ll it Snorigrsss. Possession fiven Ist Janusry next. no 17-ts MFOE KKNT--A itwellinji and store, on sth street, between Byrd and Canst. Posws sion given Ist of December next Apply at tbe dwelling next door,'or at ray office, in Locust Alley. FOR SALE—A few fine Northern HORBKS. at Burnett's old Stable*. JNO. B. DAVIS, ne 13—2w* ®Folt Kb NT—And possession given immediately, the house at prefect occupied by tbe subscriber, situated on 19tb street. 5 doois North of Broad. Apply to Talbott k Bro ,or no 11 J A. CLARKSON. «FOR HKNT.-A neat and very cant; fortable Brick House, situated near Uambc's Hill, suitable for the accommodation of a feu teel fami'y. For terms apt ly to * WALTER C. FREEMAN, Franklin st„ oo?7—tf opposite tbe Metropolian Ba'l. M FOR UK NT—Tbe bouse corner of JgS 12th and Cary streets, at present occupied by Taliaferro k Brother. Possession given imme diately. Also, the honse corner of 19th and Cary streets, at present occupied by E. A Smith, a* a Tobacco Fac tory. Possession given Ist January n»xt. Applv ta no 6—ldj* WARWICK k BARKSDALE. SFOR RKNT.--A desirable front Room over theatsre of the subscrioer. Apply at 157 Main street. BULKLEY k CO. ®FOR KKNT--Intending to remove to the country, I offer mi dwelling, on Once street, for rent. 1 tlso wish to sel. pew No. 90 in St. Jamea 1 Church, no 4—t* BICK L WINSTON. ■ STORK FOR RKNT.-WHh the view of moving to another bouse better suited ta our business, we offer for rent our store, corner Cary and Pearl street*. WILLIAMS it BRO. It is withsut doubt one of the very best stands for a general business in thi* eity. oc 20 *TWO HOLHKS FOR KJCftT.-A com modious honse containing (eves rootns, with a basement, dining room, «c., on an extensive lot, on which there i* a largo stable and carriage bouse situated in the moat healthy part of the city, near tbe centra of business. A small house in a retired part of the eity, cn a lot 40 by 106 feet. Apply at 115 Main street. oe 14 FOR KKNT.—The Store andCell»r, opposite the Exchange Hotel, on 14th street, lately occupied by Mr. William Hurley u *» Exchange Office. Also, several Lodging Rooms over tbe store, coruftt of Main and 12th streets, lately occupied by Mr Il ia. Zimmerman. oclft--tf JOHN OR.F.MK TOBACCO FAUTOKV FOR KKN T. The Tobaceo Factory, now occspW by Mr N. B. Dickinson, an nth straot. between Mais »ud Cary, will he for rent next year. Possession given lft January. Apply to _ BARKS DALE k READ, oc B—tf fhockoe Warehouse. • KO* KKNT-aUKLHttKU. UfwM ly WALL STREETHOTKL.—Thie property iaaituated on IMb, between Main and rraeiita (treats, ha* bean recently enlarged and aadMgone thorough repair. It caa accommodate eomferta-ly from fifty to «*ty lodgers. There l* a Urg« bat n* • about thirty by forty feat, a par tor 24 by »» dining room 30 by 40 feat, a spacious kitchen »>tk large bake oven and extensive eookiajt nw*ea, all re ceutly built; comfortable eervasu' roouu, c«bv< e»- anees for aoal and wood, i* well toppheJ with w>W tn the kttehea, bar room aad oa toe eeeoad W W gaa ha* been iutroduaod Into the bouae, aad thaw>■ overjr eoavaaienee aeceasary for each aa eetabliafc- PwaeaeMaa flvea Immediately For terms aaplv t>> fRN DILI rtUFFIN AKOR RJKNT OH LiA»l£.-Al «*••£ tioa of the tenant, the teaemeat (No. IS) Kranklia (treat, recently eoeopid by Mr. Jou H. Oary, a* a grocery. It ia altuated vary near the market, aad It oooiuterod one of the beat locatiaas >• the elty far a grooery or dry good* atore. Poeeeeeio* given at one day'* notioa Apply to * riititiiTi, or to P. H AY LETT. Traetee, »o 23—ta Law USoe, 115 Mala *»»««• Jib. / > HT. NICHOLAS HA LOON.— gyft I ajQYgTtM will be aerved up in this wail known Saloon, nest door to the * *• IW chaege lauk, from this day until lk * *"j *L tSSSTSS CUAM to he had aa her. More ■oil A. ANTONI- , Mm* an oflered for aaie. the owaar duo uung buaiaaea. The etoek la freak aad carefully* «•! ieotad. Term* aoooaamodattag. Jbuiaire at this • ee 14