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HRKCUL NOTIi'KM.
ff Monu'ltoln* NfW and ItriMMlf ut—Ac.
knnwledged by *11 to be *nperior to anything yet dl«-
in the Photographic art an a proof of which
*11 of the »no*l ce>e>»tated artid* tiorth are taking
imbrotv* by no other proee»«. The*e picture* ere
to he had at Pratt'* Oallery, 14-i Main *treet, «hm
rubllc are respectfully invited to call and exam
;;i < for themselves Datuerreoty pe« and Amhrotypes
~ pi»d in any way to rait customer*. and all picture*
v art anted to rlea»e.
BANXAY fc CHALMERS,
no 10—tra Operator*
lV!«pfrl;il Notice —Old Kid (Jlivm made
Nf.w.--a fresh i»rp!j of ".Inuven** Inodorous Kid
i i!n\i Cleaner " just One bottle cost* 50c.,
and will clear fify pain of Kid Olovea, or many
while Siipt er«. without Injuring them or leaving the
i-ast odor. K«r sale at
MVADE & BAKER'S Apothecary Store,
no 2K-fit 1S«, N. W. corner Main and 10th *t*
IV" Doctor I.ovflb Michel (graduate ol lhf
Special School* of Medicine and Pharmacy, of Pari*.
lia» itemed h a office, for the preient, at the Powha
ian House
Office hcur* dally, from 3 to 12 A. M ~ and 6 to 9 P.
M no 26—lm*
rv i rcah nnd dfulrnble Dry (>Mdi!
IMUCE. BAYLY & WATKINS,
XO. 15? MAIS' STREET.
\\> are receiving and opering, THIS MORNING,
Rich Velvet and Cloth CLOAKS .
Rich SIT.K ROBES
K.legant Xancy SILKS and MOIRE ANTIQUES
French Printed Mouieline DeLaice*
S(rl!a Shawl*
li.miißi and Velvet Ribbon*
Fta'd Valencia*
Pay State Sack Flannel*
hick ' ace Veil*
" Thread Lace
!■ rencli rinhroiderie*. ; n set*
Ladies' <ind Men'* KidOlove*
Ores* Trimming* in great variety
Kelts, T»»sel Huttoo*, Braids, io.
Together with many other scarce and desirable
ciods. to which we invite the attention of our
f.iemu. PRICE, BAYLY 4: WATKINS.
nu ~>~tl
U ' A .N*w; Hair l>> p.— l;aa n new
1 i..ii Jvc it instantly dyes 'the Whiskers or Mous
l., h % . li. autiful natural black or brown, which
t. . . Wifcr nor sunthme can tarnish in the leas'.
\\ .uo ~;l who dye, to call on HOBSON, at his
MHir iJ, Room, under the American Hotel.—
* _e i.-i lith ttrect. no 22
*) 3 i - The Ladies of the Third I'ros
l.. f. .1-1 (. uroh. Church Hill, will hold a FAIR,
lecture Room of the Church, commencing on
Mi); DAY evening next. 24th inst , and continue
fir u... the week. no 2i—7t*
oil'at Cost.--The undersigned
i Hi-i.ii ag to mike a change in their firm, in their
f. nri'of ih.s city, on the Ist of January next, reapect
i ,lly cull tl o attention of th-ir customers Red the
i übiicin t,euerul. that thev will sell off at cost their
tatire Is.ge well made and well selected stock of
CLOTHING. Their stock comprises in part, heavy
hla'.k fcid'ng Over-Coats, ard a large a'surtment of
. her kiad«; tine Kane* Hi!k Velvet, Black Satin,
j itney Miii fiik Silk, atd Cioth and Cassimere Vests;
p good assortment of Black and Fancy Cassiraere
I'aGts; Black Ciolh Coats of a'l grades, and Business
i Oits of all qualities; a good assortment of Servant!'
nothing; Tal nas, Kaglans. rn-1 a good selection of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS I
All they ask is a call and examine for yourselves.
M. HEXTER i. SONS, No. 90 Main it-
Next door to Purcell, Ladd Si Co.'a, Druggists.
noWl—dim"
iTTI.oss of Appetite is the torerunjier of
, l.easei arid the surest indication of a deranged liver
huJ diioraered stomach. Tiiusewlia are thus attect
. may raadily avoid a spell of sickness by resorting
t.i rhe use of Baker's Bitters, the surest regulator
and assistant of nature ihe skill of man lusyet dis
r, jvored. A few dsses will expel secreted bile, ea
!:ven the livai, strengthen the stomach, increase the
petite, assist digestion, and prevent biliousness,
c tjiic. sour stomach, diarrheal, and all other diseases
<i' a similar s'arnp. One single bottle, taken accord
i'li to direct*, jns, is woith a bushel of poisonous min
•-•als and quack nostrums. They are purely vegeta
li>. and entirely harmless in action Try them.
Tii be baa of all the principal Druggists in the city
of Richmond and elsewhere. Orde.-9 filled by ad
d easing , E. BAKER,
no 18 Richmond, Va.
tjf Corns. Corns, Coras, iiuuions, Wnrts,
t'.jllosities, and Deformed Nails, &c., and erery dis
order of the feet, removed without any pain, by a
i-w and easy method, by Dr. S. SCHUI/IZ, the ce
ll 'i:ated Surgeon Cbiropodisc, from London Daily
i ; uteodaace at his new office. Franklin street, one
ii.>or Goutii of Metropolitan Hall. Dr. S.'s cures of
Deformed Nails are remarkable no 13- -lm
1.1 t'e nud Properly Preservers. —
C oil's Patent Repeating pistols, Army, liavy and
l\>.-,ket Sizes, just received, and for sale by
JAMES WALSH, Gun Importer,
no ll—lol V doors above St. Charles Hotel.
i"3T Dr. Win. V. IjJpscombe oilers his pro
f . is.oaal services to the citizens of Richmond. Of
fice lu ihe basement of Baiiard's Hotel, no 12—liu*
tF* 30,000 Dollars worth of
DRY GOODS,
AT REDUCED PRICES, TO CLOSE.
Intending to close by the Ist of January, I invite
tSui especial attention of my friends and the public
t > my lhij;e aad attractive stock of Dry Good*, as
suring them that every article will be sold at a great
reduction Irom farmer pncas. My stock consists in
put of the following seasonable . and desirable
G jods:
Black and Fmcy SILKS
PlAiu and Figered MOUSELINES
English and French MKKINUKS
CASHMERES, ALPACAS, VELVETS
CLOAKS SHAWLS
EMBRuIDERIBS of every description
CLOTHS, CASSi MERES, VESTINGS
KERSEYS, SATINETS
LINSEYS, BLANKETS
Black aud Bro SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS
Swiss, Striped aud C'eckad MUSLINS
PRINTS. iiINGHAMS
BRILLIANTS, HOSIERY, &c, itc.
THOMAS D. tiUARLES,
no 10— ts 2/j Broad at
rf Second Hupitly of Kail «4oo<lh itnd
Cloaks. —1 have tust received from the North, my
brcond supply of FALL GOODS, which being pur
chased principally at the closing out Northern auc
tions, I am prepared to offer greater inducements than
e>cr, in all hinds of
FALL GOODS,
CLO \ KB,
FURS, Jus , itc.
In Embroideries, I have an imuiense N assortment,"
frjiu Worked Collars at l«!j cents, to the finest French
Worked Collars and Sleeves ; also, a splendid lot of
fc'igie Collars, on Lace and Velvet.
In Cloaks—Tnoae who are desirous of purchasing
will find my stock the largest, and WITHOUT
KXCEPTION, the MOST COMPLETE IN this
cm v, comprising every style of Velvet, Morie An
t ijue, Cli.'tn, Meiino, 4tc., 4tc.. Stc.
Aisi, the fashionable unlinko Camilla Caps.
In Dress Goods—l have every variety of Mode An
tique Silks; Striped and Brocaded Silks; all W 00l De
Laici s; English and French Merinoes; Mouselines;
English and American Prints, witha
variety of articles too numerous for insertion.
N. EZEKIKL, 15 Main street.
N. B Bed and Common Blankets constantly on
lurid; also, ail kinds o! Negro Clothing, Linsey*,
l-nsiuetts La., kc Remember fjr baigains, call at
N. EZEKIEL'6 Cheap Store,
(> 0 27 75 Main street.
TV Notice to the Public.—Do not put too
much con'ideoce in the self-puffing so common with
ImguurreolypisU, but rest assured that any real (not
imaginary) improvement in the beautiful art of I'ho
t< grapby will be iutiodujed by GIBBS as soon as it
ii:**t*s its appearance ; but for the present, he confi-
Q -atly asserts that there is nothing in this city com-
I table for beauty or durability with the Ambroty pe,
N,r "Baisotn Picture," as called by some,) as maie by
Uibbs, which fact is the reason ol so many professed
i iiwroveiiiftnti which b&ve appeared in ttindry cardi
c late. We can furnish any style Picture in tne art
i .t we ask is a call, and examine specimens, to con
v ,ice anyone of the truth of our assertion. Gallery,
Corinthian Hall, Main, between 9th and 10th sts.
iC 15 GIBBS.
ttf- I,EE. It A V l< V Ar COCKE. Attor
i'i*)H and < ounaellont at l-aw, practice in all
11.1 I,'ourtj held in the city of Richmond ana county
Henrico. JAMES K. LEE,
SAMUEL T. BAYLY,
RD. IVANHOE COCKE.
Office on 11th atreet, between Mainsnd Back,
no 10—dim
< Dr. Coona, Inte «»l rtt. I-ouiw, Mo.—
( -tics and r««i<ience on 3d «troei, west side, between
si&;sh&l ttjid Clay its. n0 3 Ui *
T l'rficrvc your Teria •■•Arriwt De»
Ciy »:,uud and healthy Ouini, Teeth white u Ala
b .cgr, aud a perfumed breath can be obtained by tbe
u of UOVVDKN'S DENTAL FLUID. It prevenu
• lurmatioa of tartar, render* the teeth white, and
• , art* a dmiyhtful uud permanent aromatic Ira
«■ 'UCB to the breath. Kecummended ui iuprrior to
K*y known, by Drs. Pie*fc&Dtt, Had«oa.
* * luooek, Ate , &.C., of this city, and by DmUhi iflfl
p .y*iei«nt everywhere. „ .
rut ml a by nil Drd»t(i«'«> whole»*lo and retail, by
OEOKOK DOWDEN,
gChemiat and DiuggUt,
oe iTI - 3m bib and Broad in.
rtr Whltfhip-.tv Uullery of Phoio«raph«
* A krtJ —The pie«ent manager ha* been
ectgad in the bluings 16 year* 111*
o eaiibi'.iou at the A}ecfi*«'c»'Pair, and at 77 Main
The pubite are cordially invited to eall aad
Ju ,<e for thduj*trlve«.
'Holograph* copied fic«i D»g»err**ofypM any_«i*e
a <i red. AJUBEKT LlftlH.
uo 4—lm*
nr J.V. Uitrdner, 01. 11., liooiiropatblo
I* ')'riet*n, Richmond, V*.
Office oo Governor street, bmt tbe Richmond
so —d£a
NOTICKH,
tSL Mll >■»—«?£ Allenllnn'-
HRBX PRizs; # to, con_LOWEST pnr/v
Whole Tie?** QuVrte^
ada° e X«de'Xr"i;i.V.U&rto oW D ° t ""*'
Bo 24—It* or I BVVAN, Mon?^"" AU*"
w
BROTYPE9 and DAOUERRFOTYPk's .i AM '
farnmLVli. ES the count 'T- Come and *ee
ft.afl: 1, Un ! OD ' P »p'« Machle and Jewel
OSBORNE'S Gallery,
my 15 Sign of the Eligi.
V» tl, n*;~To atrnncera vlnltin*
the city, and citizen* : If you wiah to get your Ha:r
cut In the laleft and moat becoming atyle, I would
ad viae you to call en HOBSON, at hi. Hair Catting,
suaving, Shampoeing and Bathing room, under the
American Hotel. Entrance on ilth atree'.
N. B. Whiskers Dyed either Black or Brown eoler
Brrnrd.~«. D. Ucnooo, Bell nad itrnaa
rontderer, fancy Orate and Fender Manufaclarer,
No. 225 Main street, between Bth and Sth. wort *ide,
Riohmcnd, Va. jy 10—6 m
(Vl'reacriptlona promptly and accurate
y compounded at all hour*, ciuy or night, by URA,
fiUATES <>y THE PHILADELPHIA COL-
I.EUE OF PHARMACY, alone at
LAIDLEY 4t ROBINSON'S
New Family Medicine and Preicription Store,
•« 2m cor. 4th and Franklin *ta.
,Or LeeriieatjLeeche*, Leerhea.—l hnve
ju«t received by Adam*' Express, a fre*h lot of
Sweedi*h Leeches, which willibe applied npon the
most reasonable term*.
P. S.— Cupping and Leeching promptly attended
to. I oan be found at all hour*, at the Hair Dressing
Room under the American Hotel.
"uW R. C HOBSON.
'Inlr f>ye. Hair Dye.—Johnson, Bar
ber, has a Hair Dye which is instantaneoua, and never
wash* a oft. We will advise ail who dve to give John
ion a call, £> he warrants to give perfect aatiafsction
or no charge.
Also to be had Fletcher's Hair Tonic, aninfal
jihle remedy for all the ill* that the human hair it
heir to.
KITH STREET BF.TWEIS MAIN k CARV STREETS
WATCHES ANI) JKWKLKY.
TllOL'lill I live in the country
a hundred miles dov
crl 3. I have my repairing don,. always in town;
KMwß' Vnd the trsaeaman 1 dial with ii BAR
THOLOMEW,
Aud th-i work that I give him, is done up like new.
But hete 1 would tell you the right of my tale,
1 was thrown from my horse right on to a rail;
My Watch, it went farther, smack into a ditch
And lusted the works to a very bad pitch.
1 took it to one, who said " trade it away"—
But I valued the watch, and was willing to pay.
When a r end to'd me of a watchmaker he knew,
And lhat'a how 1 came to know BARTHOLOMEW
He did up the watch, and some jewelry fine
And my watch to thia day. keeps excellent time.
WM. J. BARTHOLOMEW,
Watch and Clock Maker,
Corner Eleventh and Mnia streets.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of all kinds, repair
ed in the best manner, and on as moderate terms as
any other house in the city. oc 29
CLATE) NIjATE ! SI.A'l'E :iin pro
*o pared, aj the Agent of Owen Jones, to furnish
fiom the mines in Buckingham county, ROOKING
SLATE of ail sixes and in any quantity. The Slate
is of n superior quality, and is cheaper (the cost of
painting being considaied) than any metalic roofing
now in use. ALBERT L. WEST,
Architect and Measurer.
Office next to Ooddin'aHall.
no 19—lm*
Bakkain* : HAR(»AiNs::— ALUUS
TUS MAILERT is now offering greater bar
gains than ever in his well selected stock of General
Dry Goods, as follows :
Blacx and colored Silks, Merinos, Plaid and figured
Muslins; Black Alpacas, Woolen and Cotton Hosie
ry, Kid Gloves, at only 07$ cents a pair; Black Lace
Veils, Cambric and Swisj Bands, Bobbin Edginss
Cioth and Sattin Cloaks and ?almns, White Silk Lace
Edgings, Black Laces Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
at 124 cents apiece; Flannels, Cloth for Cloaks, Cor
sets, Ladies' Merino Vests, large variety of Embroi
riea. Stella Shawls, Black Velvet lor Trimmings,
Napkins. Toweltngs, White and Brown Linen Table
Cloths; Heavy Counterpanes; Cotton Frinses. Black
Silk Fringes. Linfaeja. Caaiimeres, Cassinets, "Bed
aod Negro Blau'sets, ar.d many other goods. He as
sures his customers and the public generally, all hia
goods will be told tigive entire satisfaction.
AUGUSTUS MAILERT,
no 24 No. 41 Miinst.
riMiii lIiIKAPiiST FUKL.—At the pre
-1 sent relative prices of Fuel, NATURAL CiiKb
is undoubtedly tho cheapest. The SOFT COKE is
unequalled ai) a fuel for grates, being easily kindled,
cleanly, and one-third more durable than Bituminous
Coal The HARD COKE is an excellent fuel for
stoves, cooking ranges, and for furnrcpe in dwellings,
factories churches Src., and is nearly, ii not quite, as
durable as Anthracite.
Prices—Soft Lump, $5.50 ; Soft Hail, $5. Haid
Cuke, either grade, $6 per load
Yaids, corner 10th street and Basin Bank, and 6th
and Byrd streets. JNO. J. VVERTH, Agent,
no 21—ts
C'l;ltK VOIR COLDS.— lium Droits, nti
' sorted flavors; Jujube Paste; Fig Paste; Jelly
Ckaes; Jujuba Drops ; Hoarhound Drops ; Flaxseed
Drops; Lemon, Pepper and Cream Drops; Hoarhound.
Lemon, Flaxseed and Winter Green Candy. Also,
Cough Candy. All very necessary and officiant in
ouring colds Fresh manufactured, for sale by
do 21 LOUIS J. BOSSIEUX.
C 1 i<OTH i"» AND I'ASSUIEKKS-Black,
' grey and drab Clotti for ladies' clcaks; blue,
brown and olive do. for men's and youth's wear;
black Dceskiu and fancy Casslmeresfor pantakons;
small plaid Woolens for boys' wear; plain and print
ed Satinets and Tweeds; black Bfttin, Silk and Cash
mere Vestinas. A large stock on hand and for sale
very cheap by J. hi M. ROSENBAUM,
no 20 199 Broad st.
SERVANTS' liLAiNRKTN.-All tu want
of Servants' Blankets, will lied it to their inte
rest to call and examine our stock before purchasing.
JOH.NSON Si HARVVOOD,
no 20 No. 77 Main st
Bit 1) SH K S.--Hair, Toot h, Nail, Shoe,
Whitewash, Counter, Varnish, Stencilling and
Paint Brushes, of every description. For sa'e by
J. F JACKSON,
n022 Market Bridge.
U KaT ('aKKS. -Tlie best way
to make these delightful cakes is with CHIS
MAN'S YrASf POWDER, which may be found
at any Drug store. Price 20 cts.
J. K. JACKSON,
no 22 Market Bridge.
ULLARU'S t.KKAI KM V
Cures Rheumatism and Neuralgia
POLLARD'S ORE A T LINIMENT
Cures Paine and Sprains
POLLARD S GREAT LINIMENT
Cures Tooth Ache and Sore Throat.
POLLARD'S ORE A T LIXIMEXT
Cures Chapped Hands and makes them white,
smooth and soft.
POLLARD'S GREAT LIXIMEXT
Is for sale by every Druggist in the city, and sold
wholesale and retail by
JNO. W. POLLARD,
no 21 Druggist, 17th street.
tltt.lMA (iLOVKS.-Juiit recelTtil, a
choice lot of Virginia made Buckskin Gauntlets
and short Gloves. Those in want of a suoerior arti
cle, are invited to call at the cash store, 99 Main st.
no 25 CHRISTIAN i LATHROP.
i\j UTI C fc— Caiiflelrt'n HoUu %Vau-r im,
without doubt, the best article of the kind in
the city, as a comparison will abundantly prove.—
The subscriber would respectfully solicit all those
who have Dot given it a trial to do so at once, as this
is all that is necessary to convince th« rrost prejudiced
of i.• superiority. The water being filt»*ed renders tt
free from sediment so often feund in water not fil
tered. Cons antly on hand superior Philadelphia
Porter, Ale and Chanipang>) Cider.
WARREN CANFIELD, Agent,
Manufactory 201 h street,
no 22 Between Main and Franklin streets.
ttOLMH.tKiei'uria While,
and Jeweller*' Pelithin* Brc»he«, for Bale by
VVftl. SAMLER U CO.,
n0 21 142 Main ttreet
A.MS.-500 v*ry olioic© Viijtiuln cured
Ham., receiving aad g
no 24 Iw Comer Cary aud I2rfc »ta
■lUTTEH.—A mo»t excellent article, in
Dsmali «'zed tubs. I'M up cxpressiy for family u«e,
ju*t received and .or«le^ Mß fc
no 22 Copt Caiy and Pearl »U.
yr'UAK A>ll lUlif" «Att K BL,S
/O NORTH CAROLINA FAMILY ROE HEtt
ju»t received from Norfolk. For»ale by
BO 2a WM. WALLACE fc 80H.
Tf J*AttkiU,s NO. 1 LHAK bABI), Jukl
riceivad for iile by
n „ 28 WH. WALLACE fc BON.
TfTilOUMUkAb* MiW MACON UAittH,
lo pHOULUKUS anU BItEABIB, foraale.
no 2S WM. WALLACE fc MON.
11l VL.u'l'H W patleroa, lor Tattle l!«v.
era, or by the yard, at veiy low price, can be
found at 1. L. WEIL'S, Mo. S3 Main at,
no 2b Matifion Hvum.
. MJLLINKKV (JOOOH, *jc.
te—. . ' OPKNIN(3 OK
jpgl WINTKK VaSIIIONB.
Mil. M. A. LYONS,
~to „ (Ag't for F Lyon,)
S-ritrtT.oveaC H*m iu k Co .
? I?.!?r!i?£ •Motion of the ladies to the OPEN! NO
MIi,Ii INERY, on THURSDAY, Nov.
K LYON kUo invite* attention to her beantl
„ ' ""d vanad assortment of ClcMiing for Mi»»s.
A!»n, Ladie*' and Misses' CLOAKS.
no 25—at
« A •'Aitllj' C sun, wbe received
■Hggthe first premium at the Mechanic* 1 Pair, re-
Wlßr'jP'ctfuiry announce* to the Ladiet, that ibe
nTrS'?V.= 0 ? s ir enced her Winter opening of 8U-
T'f fh B . « X QMMTB BONNETS. comprising
a 1 the latest fashion* from Pari* and New York
SShjJ* fUM C !l u Cy *' VelTet of every kind and
• *"" » nd , Htr&w-trimtned and untrimmed,
with a choice aelect'on of elegant Flower*. Peath-
Sod Head-dra*»e*, t6 ' *c,.whieh, for .tyle
e^ oe Af' * 1U c °mp«te with any other ettab
utnment In the city, and those in need of any article
in the MILLINERY LINE will plea*e «iwe »a a
can, a* I ain determined to pleata and give catiafac
uon.
Don't forcet MADAME SON, No. M Main atreet,
opnodte 8t Charlea Hotel. h
° r d" r t in 'he Millinery Department executed
with di«patch and neatnetn. oc2B~lm
VKD OK from the
T lr " Market Houae. on SATURDAY even-
Minr i"*' tho , J lßt s of °0 ,o b«. * YELLOW
i u' y e °' d - She had on a black (addle with
a leather girth, a grey blanket and a common bridle.
I will give a reward of Ten Doilara for the delivery
of the Mare to me; and if (tolen, $«0 for the appre
hension and conviction of the thief.
oc 21 -tf JOHN LINDBEY.
I'RKSCIIIPTIONS accurately and
promptly dispensed at all hours, day and night,
AM by one of the Partners, at
xt • MrJADB & BAKER'S
New Chemical and Pr«*criptioo Store,
18ti. N. W. corner of Main and loth *treets,
ro 1 2—d4m Ju*t above New Cu»ton Hmi.e
iSSFSFWIi >Jb-* f.n. tnA.ib.
rfs .HB a ? an bon ? of S'Woman hai but a short
live; therefore I am desirous
II dl to make good use of my time. After
being uHlicted for a numberof years; yea, ia the tierv
furnace, ard coming out with the patience ct" Job I
now call for help—but as Hercuiea did. by putting
in* shoulder to the wheel; and as variety is the spice
of iifo. I have now turned BUTCHEIt, and solicit
my f'ieads and acquaintances to give me a call and I
will pleate and accommodate all.
JOHN HAGAN, part of*Crepk Nation,
no 13—ts Stall No. 7. Old Market:.
fTTTgSBBBBBP VIKUJNIA AMU TKN
fcSy NESSEE RAILROAO.—AO.
™=T/OE TO PASSENGERS
CHASHE Of SCHEDULE.—On and after the Ist
of October, the Road will bo completed to the Ten
nessee line, and the Passenger Train will ruu as fol-
Iowa:
Leave Lynchburg at 6.45 A. M. and reach Bristo
at 6 r M.
Leave Bristol ai 6.20 A. M. And reach Lvnchburg at
S-15 P. M. E. H. GILL,
se22—3tn Gen. Sup't.
Vfif) 11 ? MA-IN STKKItT. w
UP TA VL(Hi CO. hnve now on ,Tf fU
mm hand h splendid assortment of White IHU
und Decorated China in sets and by the piece; also
a large and new assortment of White Granite
Dinner Waie, Toilet Ware, Plates, Dishes, itc.
They are repared to otfer goods upon as reasona
ble terms aa any house in the city.
Particular attention always paid to packing.—
Messrs Joseph Stebbins end r. E. Hatcher, for many
years engaged in the China business in this city, can
oe found at the above establishment, and will be
pleased to meet with their old friends and acquaint*
ances. ocSO—lm
i /V NOTHJJC.—The SlenuierA.
H. SCHULTZ commenced running
#~" on her regular trips on MONDAY,
the 10th, leaving WINDSOR SHA DEB at 6i o'clk A.
M., for RICHMOND, and will leave Richmond at 64
o'clock every WEDNESDAY for Windsor Shades",
and will leave Windsor Shades at 6i every THURS
DAY for NORFOLK, and on her return leave Nor
folk at 6J o'clock every SATURDAY for Windsor
shades.
Passengers and freight will be taken for the James
and Ctuckahftmisy Kivers.
noli—lm* WILLIAM H. CARLON, C&pt.
Tu THE PtaiiAC-Tiie/e
--•4 'v,pott having gotten out, by some
means unknown to thd subscrihetr,
that the line of OMNIBUSES would be taken ill at
Ctiriatmas, 1 take pleasure in having it in my power
to contradict the same, and do assure tbe public tka t
they will cen<inue, unless death or something mere
disastrous occurs to the proprietor. There has been
SEVEN NEW LIGHT COACHES ordered for the
line next year, in addition to some of the best that are
oo«- cn it, which will increase the number to at least
TEN. 1 also take this opportunity of returning rny
thanks to the public, for their liberal encouragement
up to this time, and hope they will continue it in the
future, with tho assurance, on my my part, that the
line will be kept up as long as I have a horse with a
leg on. or a coath with a wheel.
no26—3t G. L EARNEST.
A( NTOI/fcS, fl'oui JOlliM K.
fiV~ on K street, one MOCKING BIRD and cage,
by a negro boy, on yesterday, the 24th —
The cage is made of wood and wire, wire
straiiiiu across the top. Tlih caee pointed a Ma
hogany c >lor. I will give. FIVE DOLLARS for any
information so I can get them again.
no a>—3t JESSE BARNES
Foil !!Hli.tlti.V-- 1 lie line .Miip K.
M- ARNUT, Captain Rust, will load for the
above port, if sutlicient inducements should
offer. For freight or passage, apply to
no 26—Iw* K W. DkVOSS it CO
va FIFTY IXM.I.AKS KKWAKII.-
GgF Ranaway from the St. Charles Hotel, my Nr
aro Boy, about 13 or 20 years of age, named
MACK. He is a boy I purchased of Dr. John
' ■■ ■ Shelion.of Nelson county. Said boy was sold
by Lewis Marshall, of Fauquier county, near Oak-
Hill, and was formerly owned by Wm. Marshall's
father-in-law. Said boy is about 5 feet 7or 8 inches
high, light complexion, *Vid very freckled. When he
lett, he took with him a new suit pf clothes, as fol
lows; Dark cas3imere pants, plifeh or velvet vest
dark frock ccat, and a green overcoat. He had on a
crp.
1 will give the abovo reward if taken in or out < f
the Slate, lie may have free paper*. He must be
delivered to me or iecured in jail so that I get him
THUS. M. FARROW,
no 13—ts St. Charles Hotel, Richmond, Va.
y, --Ost-ar MJl'lCK..—On (be arrival
ot the cars daily, at Tomahawk
Station, onuie Danville Railroad, 1 shall be
prepared, as heretcfore, to convey paesenners to
Powhatan Court Hoube and its vicinity. Profession
al gentlemen and others, attending Powhatan Court,
wi.l be accommodated with a comfortable hack, im
mediately upon the arrival of the cars.
no 21—lm* WM. A. MARTlN,Tomahawk.
w IT®""* > NOTICK.—A Mailable Bent
!»-.■ -Vlw-.Wisb-' will be placed upon the route via
jßaMFSnwwv— PORT WaTHALL, in a few days,
in place of the steamer Augusta, which has been
taken oil route. THOS. DODAMEAD,
no 21 Agent.
Idl» - CIIICKKRINIi'S l'i-
ANO FORTES—To be had at Ne.
rl ft 169 Maiu st, opposite the Exchange
J J 9 U U Bank, Richmond
NATH'L CARUSI,
jy 14—d&wly Sole Agant
■■tea MUSICAL. INSTRUCTION.
l!~~_ ' 1 W V CASPAR!, Professor of Vocal
1 1 H [| Hand Instrumental Music beg* leave to
J J W J J offer hi* services as a teacher on the
Piano Forte, Melodeon, Organ, Violin, and in Sing
ing.
He would al*o accept a portion as Organist or Mu
sio Teacher in a school In the citv
RESIDENCE AND REFERENCE,
Rev J. L. Burrow*, D. D , 7th St., beyond Leigh,
no 24 -1 m
WACtUN KOK fSAIiE.-Korsiile, a second
hand one horse spring WAGON, in goad re
pair, and newly painted. A. BODEKKR,
no 19—U No. 10 Main st
fiOODS TO BK OI.OMUU OIT-«OLD-
V ■ SUIT is closing out the greatest kind of bargains.
1000 Cambric Strips at 25 cts., cheap at 37$ cts ; S(H)
do , far superior, at 311 cts., worth 5«( cts.; 1.500 do..
12J cts,: Dimity bauds, at 10 cts ; 250 Ladies'
Worsted Hoods, at -0 cts , worth 62$ eta; Ladies'
Worsted Hacks, at 62* eta., worth 81.25; Boys' Wool
len Half Hose, at 12} cts, usually aold at 25cts.; 10
different styles Mohair Bracelets, at 25 els. a pair;
rt.ai-k Bugle Collars, at 75 eta., worth $150; Tim
mings; Millinery Goods; White (Joods lor Party
Dresses, and ruirmingi for the ta-re; Velvets, Sat
tins. Ruches, White Blond Laces, and thoujaari* of
other articles to be closed out at much less than the
usual prices, at
GOLDSMIT'S Cheap Cash Store,
no 2t> 205 Brosd street.
71 UANUIiH'S PATENT OUKNAND COM
VT CRUSHER. — We have been appuinred sole
Agents here for tht sale of this MILL. It will grind
from ten to fifteen bushels per hour of sufficient line
uess for cattle. It is not liable to get out of oider,
aad is much more durable tban any other of It* kino
that we bav» knowledge of. We recommend it with
confidence Tuis Mill wok the first p.emiuui *t out
State Fair and the Fair in Petersburg.
BALDWIN, CAoOWtLL it CO,
no a>—dlro*w2m 148 Main St., Hichmond
IVi'Tlt'JJ -'rue »ta*e Couch that farmer
i* ly ma from Martia'*, will, on and after the isth
ol November, ran regularly from the Powhatan ela
tion on Monday*, Wedneedaya, and Friday* to Powha
tan C H , and to Cumberland C. H., aad reinrn the
nextdayein time to cnnnect with the Richmond aad
D r i | l jir' oi, " doWn - RICHARD F. HAGUE.
BHANDIKM, WINKS, LIUIJOIIS. &C -
A full and complete etock, for eale ia lota to nut
puichase s b > g . aaLEaToN k yiTZGERALD,
DO Sl-lW N °' H ' fMrl
AUCTION MAI,KM.
rUTOMZ BAYS. "~
By tieddla & Ahi»eree», Aaci*. "
PARiM IN NEW KtiNT AND L4ND IN
FOR BALK AT AUCTION -On
MONDAY, December th» l*t,iß.sG at the bourof 12
o'clock, M., will be *o!d, in front of Henrico Count*
Conr'. Home, (that being eoort day.) a Fsita contain
ing 85 acre*, more or lest, situated in New Kent
County, on the main stsge road, abont 20 mile* from
Richmond. There i* a comfortable Dwelling House,
and necessary ont home, on the premifea. There are
about 3U acre* cleared la ad, and balance is woed
A 150.30 Aereeef Land in Henrieo coonly, abont 5
mile* b»low Richmond, on ihe Williamsburg stage
Br^dleri°chi"lren *' ° f P ° UT Schora ' lnd
Terms - -One-third cash ; balance at 4 and 8
menth* for negotiable note*, intere*t added, and ti
tle retained.
n8 & OODPIN k APPERSON, Aact*.
BVo'rV/ip A SPI OAHDRNINO , ' ot »
• C kVr B * LE ;„-.^ lll be •o'cU on SATURDAY,
.9vh November, lftab, at 3A o'clock, a
large number ot Lot* in Adam* Valley, near the Va
Central Rjul Road work (hepe. Many of tbeie Lot.
are eligibly eitnat»,l for family reaidencee, and otbere
valuable for gardening purpoaea Moat of thi( pro
n oad " without the corporate limit* of Rich-
Te«mj—Ataale, which will very accommodating
noJ7 OODDIN k APPERSON, AucU*
SALK Wlf VALI ABLK
ANn f[\/ 0 T T u A JH T THE CORNER OP 6rH
n r £ STUEETS.—At Trutteea in a certain
m. B A° i Mathew W. Ford, dated
du 'y re eo rded in the Clerk'* Office
of Aicnmcnd Hutticcg we «baii, by ordei of
the Board of Directors of "The Marshall Coiripaay."
?l p i Üb]icaaction ' on the Premises, on
TUL RbDAT, 4th day of December, 185G, st 4 o'clock
r M , (if fair; if not, the next fair day,) the Hou«e
acd L* r jt at the corner ef 6th and Clay ttreets. now in
the occunancy of Mr. Win. R Robinson. The Lot
io?» D r 3 ,treet » and runs on Clay street
120 feet io sn alley.
The title to this property ia to fce good; but
selling as Trustees, we ghall convey such title as is
vetted in ua.
The terms will be made known at the hour of
• ala - *3 Y. LANDRUM, )
M. L STRATTuN >Trus'.ae(.
P. v. Daniel, Jr., j
hale by Goddin 4i Appeasow, Ancts.
no 27—td*
rO>[!HISSIONEH'B $»AI„K OF VCRV
VV VALUABLE LOT ON THK DOCK AD
JOINING SHIP LOCKS— Aa Commissioner ap
pointed by a decree of the Circuit Court of Richmond,
pronounced oil the 22d November, 1858, in the esse
of Nicholson vs. Page's adm'rs, 4tc, J shall proceed to
sail, auction, on the premises, on Full) V j
the 1 9th day of December, 1856, at 12 o'clock. M. if
fair, if not., the next fair day. that really valuable lot
at the ship lock of the Richmond dock, fronting on
the siuth side of Watsr street 151 feet, ninning back
of an irregular depth to the dock, and the same
lot assesse on the CotumUsionei's boots of the city
of Richmond, in the name of J. E. Heath and C. B.
Page's estate
lERM*One-fourth cash; balance at 3, 6 and 9
moot lis. for negotiable notes, interest added, with
condition ps' able to the credit of the above suit in
the Bank of Virginia, and title retained till last cote
i» faid, and acouvoyance directed by the Court
ANDREW JOHNSON, Com'r.
Sale bv Goddin i. Apperson, Aucts.
no 27—2tawtds
SALit. OF TWO
J VALUABLE HALF ACRE LOTS IN MAN
CHESTER—As*Commi«sioner, appointed by a de
cree of ChesterSeM Circuit Court pronounced on
tlia 30th October. 1856. in the case of "Funua against
Kuijaa's adm'r," 1 sh-tll proceed to sell at public auc
tion, on the premises, on TUESDAY, tne 9th day of
December, 18:6, at 4 o'clock P. M., if fair, (if not'the
next fair day,) Lots Nos 71, 86. in the plan of Mau
chsster, with the builrings thareon, bounded by
Lawrence and Jones streets, and the Southern limits
of Manchester.
Terms—Une-thlrd cash; balance at 6 and 12 not,
for bonds, bearing interest, secured by good personal
security, and title retained till tbe whole purchase
money is paid, and a conveyance ordered by the
Court. «C. McRAE, Com'r.
*»le byOoDom St Appirson. Aucts no 27
CO SALKOV A l.ilvh-
LY YOUNG WOMAN, ABOUT 17 YEARS
OF AGE.—By virtue of a decree of the County
Court of Henrico, in the suit of Jennings vs. Jen
nings, pronounced on the 14th day of November,
18. W. the undersigned, special for that
purpose, will sell at public auction, for cash, at the
auction room of Pulliarn it Davis, on SATURDAY,
tbe 29th day of November, 1856, at Id o'clock, » very
likely Jf-jgro Oirl, named EMELINE. about 17 yeais
old. JOHN N DAVIS,
no 27—3t Special Commissioner
ity liii linril ('Hiitliorii.
BACON, BKAMJI. .uackkkki,, &c-
On FRIDAY, the 29th lost, at 10o'clock, at my
store. I will sell at auction, 1 hbd. u*w Hams; 3 hhdt.
Shoulders; 2 bbls Hams 1n bag"; S hbls. Mackerel; 4
eighth pipes Brandy; Whiskey and Gin. &c.
CLOTH, SHIRTS, HANOKERCHIEFt, tic —
At 11 o'clock, 1 will sell 2 pieces Black Cloth; 2 doz.
fine Linen Bosom Shirts; 6 doz. Silk Pocket Hand
kerchiefc 10 dwz. Linen Cambric do.; Irish Linen;
Gloves. Uc. R. CAUTHORN,
no 27 Auctioneer.
HOKBi£S, \VA4iON, dec , AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, 29th iust-, at 10 o'clock, at th®
lot r.ear the Central Railroad Depot, I will seil, 4
work Horses; J street Wagon; 1 wood Wagon; 1 lur
niture Wagon and Harness, and 1 Cart,
no 27 R. CAUTHORN.
ATTJs. NT lON UOUSKKIt KPUHS.—The
subscriber is now receiving a large assortment
of housakeeficg articles, such as l»rge Tubs, in nests
of ton, Churns, Trays, Wooden 80-.vls, Cans, bran
bound Buckets and Tubs, Hair and Wire Sift«rs,
English and American Door Mats, Jelly .Strainers!
fine large Corn Brooms. Butler's Trays and Waiters,
Uair Brooms aid Brushes, varioty of Tsb'e Mats,
Chambir Toilet Setts, T.n Bathing ard Foot Tabs,
Markst Baskets, Chairs, Cr&dlss, Cloths Hampers
lleirlh Bruihes, Feather Du»ter«, and a variety of
other useful articles, too numerous to mention; for
a-'le at 113 Bio&d stieet, by
no 25—(it J. HARtIOLD.
IfiNOV UOOI)*, TOVfs, t&c—lbiiia
1 Motto Cups ana Mugs, Chins and Parisian Vases,
China and Parian French Fancy Baskets,
Fine Work Boxes, Ladies' Leather Cauas, China,
ludia Rubber, Paper, and Wood Dolls' [leads Dolls'
Budies and Anns, all s : Z4f; Hoons, for boys and girir,
Sleighs, fire Hats r.nu Soidtßrs' Caps, Hooby Horses,
Wheelbarrows, Accordions, line Kiutiaas, Banjos,
Violins, and the largest assortment of Toys in this
city, for sJe cheap lor caah, at 113 Broid street, by
noVS-M J. HARROLD.
II lIil>l.UI : l'('IA.
I*J. MARRYING Too Late, a tale, by Gio. Wood,
author of Peter Schleiuihl in America.
MILLEDULCIA, a th«u«and Pleasant things (elect-
Ed from Nctes aurf Queries.
MAJOR JONES' CcurUhip and Travels, comprising
ail the scenes, incidents and adventures of bis
Courtship, in a series of Letters, by himself: as
well as the Humorous Narrative of his Travels
from Georgia to Cauada nnd ba k together with
bis experience in each town he passed thiough,
with twenty-one illustrations; cloth $125.
STORIES of an Old Maid, related to her Nephews
and Ne'ces, by Madame Emile De Gerardin, il
t luatratrd.
THE RIME of the Ancieut'Matiner, by Samuel Tay
lor Coleridge, illustrated.
THE POETICAL Works of George Herbert, illus
trated; Cloth gilt and Turkey Morocco.
RHYMES and Roundelays in of country Life,
adorned with many pictures; CUth gilt.
THE CURSE of the Village, Tho Happiu€M of be
ing Rich, and Blind Rosa ; three tales, by H Con
science; 75canU.
NOTES ; Practical and Expository on the Gospel, by
Rtv.C. H. Hall; 2 vols.
COMMENT en Parle A. Paiis, or French as spoken
in Paiti, for the use of Pupil* and Traveller*, by
Madame De Peyrac. A. MORMS,
no i 6 —St 97 Main street.
DU.J. V. mi.UA.X Oculist, lute lit'Mfenl
Surgeon to the V\ ill,' Hoipital in Philadeipia fur
Diseases of tho Eye and Limb Havicg had great Ex
perience bath in the Medical and Surgical trearmi-nt
of all th« diseas-s to which tho Eye is liable, I flatter
myself that t can give satisfaction to those who may
seek my advice
Testimonial! ai to capacity from the Surgeon of
the Wilis' Hospital.
ty Office on the corner of Franklin street end Lo
cust Allay, a few door* below the Exchange Hotel.—
Office hours from 9 to II A. M no *s—d3m*
\|Attlit,fc nuUKK-.lliLLhtt lie Vl>-
i»I CENT, Dealers in Italian and American Mar
hie, and Manufacturers of MONUMENTS. TOMBS,
HFAD PIECES, FRONTS, FURNITURE MAR
BLE, Itc , nearly oppesite Second Baptist Church,
Main st
W'e respectfully invite the attention o r th&e* in
want to our st»uk on band. which consists of as
large auii well finished an assortment as can be iound
at any establishment ia ihe city
MONUMENTS of any size or design made to or
der, at the lowf st New York or Philadelphia prices
Remember the place, aud pleasj give us a call, af
*er examining workmanahip and prices eltewhere.
no 25 -3m
|;KK »UE,l> VEUY ( UhAr
bought commissions saved
rLIIMTURti repaired at store or private resi
dences
FURNITURE packed *ndb~xe4
FURNITURE nau'ed by Spring Wagons
MATTRESSES—New iei"uufShuck
M AT i'Rr.SSt-B—Made over
CO* KINS—AII size* aid kind*
HAULING done. Removing Furniture, Merchan
dize, ks. to abd from Railroad Cars aud Steamboats,
by honest and oareiai drivers.
ot , „ JAMES LUXFORD,
no 25-lm* Oraoe aad Bth sia
OTlUi£l~Ar"a^meeOi»»~iT!se~i»S«rd~si
Directors of tbe Virginia ctslral Railroad Com
pany. held la this city, October 18th, 1846, the Col
lowing resolution was adopted :
"That from aad after the Ist day of November
next, the Company will not pey anything for stook
killed ostside of eneloiura*.
J. H. TIMBERLAKE,
no 7—4w Superintendent.
|7H555 - vsNlisuS^A»ieelerfo7Mie^y
I* no 25 BUATUK * GREENIfUW.
AUCTION MAIiKM.
" FUTURE DAYM. " ~
By K. B. t'wfc Ac C>., Amrtm.
THISTBrS MALK OF GROCERIES
J. IC AT AUCTION.—By virtue of • deed of
tnut made by Thoma* W. Tnrpin. and daly recorded
in the Halting* Court of the city of Richmond, 1
will proceed to Mil, at the to id store of T. W. Tnr-
El" " n between 7th aed Bth *treet*. on MON-
D*T, December lit, at 10 o'clock, the entire (tock
of Orocene*. contained la Mid atore. aon*i*ttng in
P*rt of Wine*, Liquor*. Porter, Table Oil*; VVor
ce«*r and Reading Sanest; Tea*. Bagara, Coffee.
Cheeae, Sardine*, Braoknt and Chewing To acco;
Tub*. Brushea, Broom*, Soap*, Candle*, Oil*, Vi*a
car, 4c., lie
Al»o 1 Herring'* Salamander Safe ; 1 Pairbank'*
Plati rm Scale ; 2 do counter do.
At the Mine time, will be *old, the unexpired Leaae
of *aid *!ore, terminating April let, 1857.
WILL BE HIRED, at the tame time, a valuable
Negro Dover or Dining Room Servant nntil the fir»t
of January next.
After which, will be iold, that piece of band, ly
ing in the county ef Henrico, and known a* Craig'*
Plan, fronting on the eaatern tide of nth. or Valley
■tree;, mi feet, with a depth of 130 feet,simated near
the toad leading to Pairtield, being the nine eon
v>yed by P. Monit* and wife, to T. W. Turain, and
of Record in the County Conrt. page 267.
Also, a lot of Laud, iu tha tawu of Sidney, ksou n
a* Lot No. luU, fronting on William ctreeL, SO feet,
with a depth of 130 feet, being the same canveyed
by L. W. Olszebrook and wife, and Thomti Jlitebie
Wm. Mitchell, and from raid Mitchell tdsaid T.
W. Tarpin, and of Record in the Connty Co art, page
257 , JOSEPH P. POWELL, Trustee
Sale conducted by E. B. Cook k Co , Aacto.
no 25 -
TRUNTEK'S SALt OF fL'RNITUKK,
a %,^S.^ IXTURES . tc -' AT AUCTION—Cu
» t n ' Nov. 29th, we will *ell, at the ''Rising
Son Restaurant, on 17th etreet, near Old Market
rloate, at 10 o'clock, thfe costent* of laid "Restau
rant," coniiitticg of Beauead*. Beds, Matrawe*, Bed.
rting, Waahstands, Looking Ola Me*, Chaira, Table*,
«C , iiC.
..^ I, °^? w L R^8c 1 Fur "iture and Fixtnrei, Refriga
rater. Clock, Ch ins Ate , lie.
Also 1 Wing Piano, in very good order.
Also, a lot of Kitchen Furniture, amongst which is
a nrat-r&te Cooking Stove.
At the same time, will ba *old, the unexpired
Lease of said atore.
Terms ca*h.
,8* ORDER OP THE TRUSTEE,
hale by E. B. Cook x Co., AnoU.
no 25
By <«otirtln <V Unperson,
HENRICO.-As c ma„,s'oner act.ng under a «ecree
i' 1 * County Court ef Henrico, entered in the suit
° f gainst Ford, on the Gth day of
' ha l »«"' at Henrico Court-Heuse, on
MONDAtf, the Jr. day of December. 1866, at public
auction, to the highest bidd r, tha following parcels
of land, viz:
Ist. A tract containing 20 acraa. near Htmga»y
Meeting Housa. ab;ut 3 milea %hove Richmond.
2nd. A tract containing 35acrea, on the Deap Run
Torn pike, adjoining Warbertou and Seatoc, about 7
mi lea from Richmond.
3rd. A tract containing 2 acres, adjoining the last
mentioned tract
ract containing 6 acres, adjoining George
Terms : Enough in cash to defray expenses of suit
and cost of sale, and balance on a credit of 6 months,
for bonds bearing interest, and title ret lined till
whole purchase money is paid
, W. E HARRIS, Com'r.
Sale rordusted byGoDDi* It Apperson, Aucts
no 22—tdi
T'KUSTKks fsAs.lv OK VALUABLE KB-
A, *£? ATifi AT THE CORNER OK CLAY
A.ID SIXTH S I'REETS—As trustees in a certain
(iefld Blade by Mr Mathow W. Ford, dated 9th May.
18M5, duly recorded in Richmond Hustings Court, we
shall, at the request of the board of directors of the
"Homestead Company," proceed to sell at public
auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the 4th
oay of December, 1836. at 4 o'olock, P. M . if fair, if
not the next fair day, that very desirably located ten
ement at the corner of Clay and 6th streets now in
the occupancy of Mr Wm R. Robinson.
The lot fronts sf§ feet oa 6th street, runs on Clay
street 120 leet to an Alley. The house has 10 rooms,
besides kitctien with 4 rooms, and a spacious brick
stable in the rear.
The terms, which will be liberal, will be made
known at the hour of sa'e.
LEWIS GINTER, )
J. L. APPERSON, >Truitecs
JNO. SAMSON, S
Sale conducted by Goddih it Am* erson.
eo 24
SALE OF hUUtbHi siOUU AND
DWELLING NEAR TO MANCHESTER —
After the foregoing sale, will be sold the excellent
Grocery Store and Dwelling, on tha Manchester
turnpike, recently occupied by Mr. Henry W. Jones,
immediately opposite the gate leading to Buckhill
Terms at sale. GODDIN it APPERSON,
00 *6. Auctioneers.
Bj Lann iV whine.
Uuusiflior.o AND
KIfCHEN FURNITURE AT AUCTION —
W ill be sold at public auction an FRIDAY the 2Sth
inst., commencing at 10 o'clock, at the residence.of
Dr. Gavinzel (who if declining housekeeping) on
Clay, between Bth and 9th streets, his entire stock of
well-kept city-made furniture, consisting in part of
Mahocany and other Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Cabi
nets, tlarble tjp do., Washstands, Sideboard, Sofa
Palor, Chamber and Dining Chairs, Beds, Caroets
OilClotlrs, a set of silver plated Castors and Waiters;
also, a beautiful set of Dining and Tea Chhna; also, a
splendid fcilt thirty-day Clock, which cast $ 150 in Pa
ris; also, a splendid collection of Oil bantings; also,
a No. 1 lte'rieerator, together with a well atsorted lot
of Kitchen Uten»ils At the same lime the house
willjbe rented for the balance of the term—say 54
months.
A Terms at sale. LARUS St SHINE,
D 0 A net*.
HBLIC hAI,E (IF A VAIJIABLK >11-
GRO MAN —I will sell, on FRIDAY, the 2dth
of November, lf£6, at public auction, in the town of
Manchester, at the Tavern of A. C Saunders, a valua
ble nepro man, belonging to the estate of Andrew J.
Kuhn. dee'd. Sale to take place at 4 o'clock P. M.
no 26—2t* WM. E. GILL, SheiiS'and Adm'r.
II fcAO ; KKAI) !—Will be sold at public
11. auction, at my residence, in Charlotte county,
II unihs wesl of the Court House, on the 2d of De
cember next, my crop, «t<jck, plantation utensil*,
household and kitchen furniture. My stock hu al
»uy« rated with the topmost.
1 have three young stallions of fine piomise. two
of which are of the Leopard or Tuckahoe order.
The oldest riiiog four years next spring, will com
maud I he currency, wherever the simon-pure is right
ly appreciated The younger rifing two years n> xt
spring, is more promising still. Toe Dims, Tucka
hoe, will be a sufficient passport with all who re
member my oid horse of that >am»,
:i022-d6t THOMH FLOURNOY.
"A 1.1 TiO.N SALE.-I will Mell without re
serve, in front of Johnston Neal's Commission
House, in Dauville, at the hour of 12 o'clock, M., on
the 24th December, 1836, the tiact of land on which
I now reside, situated 1} mile* from Danville, imme
diately on the Plank road, containing K6 acres
There is upon said land a comfortable residence,
with all necossary outhouses, fine water, lie. Any
one desiring to raise vegetables for market will find
the place well suited for that purpose, ana could
make a profitable investment, In formation will be
g'ven to those corresponding with me at this plaee.—
I bote wishing to view the premise* wiil find me at
the store of Williamson, Graves k. Johmton. The
term* will be made liberal.
no va—dt* GEO. WILLIAMSON.
I AND FOR WALK..-The aubscrlber
t i wisho* to dispose of a Farm, in the county of
Chesterfield, adjoining the lands of E. Poindexter,
R il. McGee and R. W. Blankiiisbip, containing 173
ACRES; 30acre*of which i* cleared, the oalasce
in original growth, pine wood, lie. The land lies
near the Half Way House, on the Richmond and Pe
tersburg Railrcaa, the railroad patting through the
land
if not diipoted tf privately before the 10thday of
December, it will on that day be sold at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, if fair, if not, the next
fair day thereafter.
Mr. P. H. CHALKLEY, living at the Half Way
House, will shew the laod and give any other In
formation to person* wishing to purchase,
no 18—2taw3w* J. 8. McGEE.
BUAtTiCliii KAKH MHAH HJl'li.
MONO KOK SALE.—We are authorised to sell
tbat really beautiful farm near Richmond, adjoining
the estate called "Tree Hill," now in the occupancy
of Mr. Wm. Jno. Clarke, formerly by Edw Cox,
dec'd. The tract contains 31 acrea. The land itbeau
tifally situated, and the view from Richmond nnsur
baited. The dwelling l* not only very spacious, bat
is built of brick, is in thorough repair, and is in
every respect a iuW desirable residence.
For terms, apply to
ro «-2t%wlm GODDIN k APPKRSOIf. ,
NU't lCfi.-l'ropasnls will »« received ut
the effiee of the Jauies River and Kanawha
Company, in Richmond, until the sth day of Decem
ber next for the improvement of the Kanawha River
above Charleston, embracing about 25 miles of the
liver.
!*pecitiealion* ef the work ran be seen at the office
of tne Company, in Ricbikood, or at the Engineer*'
office, in Buchanan.
no !-2awSD WM. P MUNFORD. B«c*y
i.AELE FAK.II ON lliK .NK\V
U BRIDGE ROAD, Til REE MILES BELOW
RICHMOND, FOR SALE -The *üb*eriber» are an
tboized ta sell the Farm on which Mr. Mile* Macon
recently res ded, aad loaateda * above
It contains about 125 acres. The dwelling i* large
and conveniently arranged. The land produce* well.
The place ia healthy, aad the aeigbborhood excel
leat.
Mr. Joha Mutter, reaidiag an the place, will take
pleaaure ia ahowin* it to those who majr call
Teiiae of payment accommodating. Apply to
ao B—2awlm GODDIN £ APPJSHSON.
CLUAHS, I hVAKs, ANII PiUA WLo. .
We are offering a large aaaortaeatof Cloth, Vel
vet aad Moire Aauqua Cloak*; Stella, Broche aad
Plaid Long Shawls, at very redaaad pricea. Wa la
vita the ladies to examine them.
W. r. PERKINS «r CO.,
oo 26 Ha. Ul Eaflo Square.
APCTIOW
THIS V4Y. ■
PTBM'(TMTK OK MOHTvaIIaBME
r TAVERN PROPERTY, OR WJILL ADAPT
ED FOR * ?IMT CLASS iT AME
LIA COURT HOUSE. VA.-WIU be jold, THURS
DAY. 27th day of November, IMS, to tin highest bid
der. that moot valuable and well knows property at
Amelia C. H- together with some 309 aores of good
land.
Thi« property 1* oh of tbe moat nloaMe Tavern#
ia Ka«tero Virtioia, *jth a large and well bolit pri
vate house adjoining. and aa excellent wallsd-in gar
den, and poeeeieiag advantage# which bat few other
location* do; the baild'ag# twin# large and roomy,
wait adapted far tbe reception of nin»er boardara.
or a large school, it being «:t sated on the Danville
Railroad, depot eloae to the hone, thirty#!* mi lee
'rf-rn Richmond; ear* paasieg to and from the eity
doily, and ia a very beeltby aa J deligbtfal spot, with
many other advantagee, rendering it*very deafrable
property.
At the same time and place, will be (old a tract of
land containing 68 acres, with a log boose. Also
some 26 or 30 Bailding Lota
. There are two ehnrehee and two store*, with eome
private bouses, ia the village, aad aarroanded with
tbe best of society.
Terms accommodating, wbicb will be made known
at the sale. For further particulars apply to L. Mas
ters, S Weisiger or Wm. Barnes, at Amelia Coart
House. The Furniture ia the above house, which 1*
nearly new, with the horse*. cattle, (arming tools,
Ac., will be sold soon alter, of which due notiee wilt
be given.
A free ticket will be given oa the cars to those who
purchase any of the above property. Dinner, 4c.,
oa that day.
ne !■>—eod7t« WM. BARNES.
My Alexander Molt, Aw-tlewer.
FytNITIKK. DRV GOO DM. SHOE*.
HATS, Ac.—Will be «old at auction. THURS
DAY. November 27th, commencing at 10 o'clock, a
general assortment of new and second hand Furni
ture. Stoves, fcc.
DRY GOODS, Ac.—A large invoice of freih and
dejirable Dry Ooodsjust received, consistinc of Flan
neli. Satinets; 100 dcx white sod col'd Cetton Hose;
Linseys; Cottons; Merinoes; Children's Stockings;
Kerseys; Jeans, lc, fcc ; SO Over-coats, aad 180 pairs
rams, assorted; 5 cases Hats and Caps, assorted; 2 do
Bonnets, assorted; 150 pairs Shoes, tor men and wo
men.
GROCERIES.—Whiskey, Brandy, Wine, Viuogar,
Tobacco. Paper. Jic
ADDITIONAL —25 baskets Champagne, choice
brands; 2(1 boxe< Cognac Brandy, vert superl<y; lO.Wnt
Cigars, variouj kinds. ALEX. N0TT.513
po 26 Auetioneer.
By Unvcunari. Allen & C».
QHOCKRIKS. Arc., XT AL'CTION.-.On
" " THURSDAY, i7th November, at 10 o'clock, at
our auction store, we will aell an assortment of Gro
ceries. vi ■:
60 hhdi. Bacon Side* and Shoulders
3iK) bags Java and Coffae
200 bbl«. notified and Old Rye Whiskey
*0 boxes Hoapand Candles
2J hal! Pioos i randy
20(0 reams Wrapping, Letter and Cap Paper
N. E. Rum •
Green and Black Teas, lie , lie.
Trim.- Under $100 cash; $100 and over 4 months
credit (or approved paper
DAVENPORT, ALLEN k CO,
PO 24 Auctioneers.
By Taylor dk Williams
! ™»IBKK LUIiSST LUJHBSK, AT
» i AUCTION.—On THURSDAY, 2Jth inet, at 11
o clock, A.M., at the yard lately occupied by J. R.
Watkms, on 9th street, will be sold a lot of lum
ber, comprising
50,000 feet Dressed Flooring Plank
10,000 " Season inch "
10,000 » Oak "
80,000 " Joist, kc
Terms: Sums nuder $.50, cash; that amount and
over, 90 days credit, for approved notes, with interest
""toed. TAYLOR it WILLIAMS,
no I - * Auctioneer*.
By AlfXHiiilnr >ott
WATCHES. JKWEUUY, HAKDwake,
*» CUTLERY, PISTOLS, Ac.—Will be sold at
auction, THIS EVENING, commencing at 7 o'clock,
a large assortment of Watches, Jewelry. Hardware,
Cutlery, Pistols, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Faney
Glassware, iic.
The above goods are now landing from New York,
and will he sold withont limit or reserve. The sain
will be continned every night this week, until the
stock is closed. ALEX. NOT'f,
08 28 Auctioneer.
By L.nru« dk iHilne
ASSIGNEE**' OF 910,000
WORTH OP WATCHES, JEWELRY, See.,
AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold at public auction, com
mencing on SATURDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at
Store No. 74, Main stroat, the entire stock of a tner
chant declining business, amounting to about $10,0<H>
worth of Gold English Banting and open faoe Lever
WatohM, Gold Anckets and Cylinder*, Silver De
tached Levers, Anckers and Cylinders.
ALSO,
An extensive assortment of Gold Plated and Gilt
W atchos, suitable for the enn»«ry trade. «
ALSO,|
A large assortment of tieav> Gold Fob, Breast and
Guard Chains-
An extensive variety of Gold Locketa, fall sizes,)
Breastpins suitable for gent* and ladiea, Cameo and
Gold Stone Seta, Bracelets, Ear Rings, all styles of
Finder Kings, Gold and Silver Pencils tuid Pen*, to
gether with a complete assort m*nt of staple and fanoy
Good*, of all kinds, both American and English.
Country merchant! would do well to attend our
i&lea, as an opportunity ii offered to tbem to get an
assortment ofsuch articles which ean a;oae be found
m the city.
Selling for the assignee, we are instructed to close
the entire stock as soon as practicable.
The public are respectfully invited t* examine tha
stock, which will be exhibited and sold privately, dai
ly, until the entire lot is closed.
rr Sale to take place every evening, commencing
at 7 o'clock. LARL'S 4t SHINE, Aucta.,
se 2(5 No 74 Main stree
PUVNIOUN'M I'KKSCIUPTIONM cure-
L fully and accurately compounded at all hours,
day or night, and of select and reliable medicines, at
the store of the subscriber, Market Place, franklin
street. JNO. W. GARLICK,
no I-2m Apothecary and Druggist.
|)KEs' I'll.itt KKillKl)V.~'imsiuietlir.iiie
it. is a sovereign remedy, and we challenge the
world to furnish itg equal. Person* suffering from
i his troublesome affection should not hesitate to give
it a trial. Rr.it it Prtc*.
For sale in Richmond b A. BODEKER,
no 19 Druggist, No. iO Main street.
t'OCKHFOK ."*AI<E—
Virginia State t> per cts.
City of Richmond Btock
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Bondg
Central Railroad Bondg,
In sums to enit purchasers. Orders from the coon
try promptly attended to
do "J—t» C. W. PURCELL It CO.
AKOTIIEU AttKl VAL. -KIWK CLOTH
ING —MERCHANT, WjrislOKft t CO.,
liave this day received another large lot of Ready
Made Clothing, direct from their factory, consisting
f Over Coau, {something really nice ) Business
Coats, Pacts, Ves's, Talmas, and Ramans, of every
jade, which will be gold on the must reasonable
terms. To all in waot of good Clothing, end at low
prices, we wonld most respectfully ask to give us a
call—and we promise to do the beat we can to suit
ind please them
MERCHANT, WEISIGER k CO.,
no 12 No. 112 Main street.
NHAWbH, HTKI.LA
v 5 SHAWLS — Received tbia morning by Adams 1c
Co.'a Expresa, a supply of Stella Shawls, all colors;
for sale at the eatablished cheap store ef
no 22 ALFRED MOSES, 63 Main at.
'I'O II Y HP KP T ICS -AJLI»KGIIAN V
1 SPRINGS WATER.—The water from tbia cele
brated spring haa, in every abort time, acquired a
zreat reputation for the enre of dlaeaaea of the digee
live organs, and for the relief of general debility.
We have the water for aale in bottle* which enable
us to furniah it as good and as perfect and reliable as
if taken fresh from the spring.
PURCKLL, LADD it CO , Druggists,
0c22 92 Main street, corner 14th.
JOHN W. OAViIfK,
DEALER IN AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
MARBLE, BROWN STONE AND URAKITE.
MAIN STREET, BETWKtN MTH AMD 9TU *T9.
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD PIECES,
Hooae and Store Front*, Window and Door Billa, Ae.
Burying Oroand* eneloeed with Htone ud Iroo Rail
ing. Kim Premium awarded by the Meehaolee la
■titote and Agricultural Soeiety of Virginia.
<e 10—U
C' OCUA, aold by
/ 8. P. SEMPLE.
Pare Kreneli Brandy, asld by
a. F. BEMPLE.
Potaah in 2 and 4 tt> eana, oold by
8. P SEMPLE.
Stove Broih-i told by 8. P. SEMPLE.
branch otto* Blacking, told by
8. r. SEMPLE.
Wa*hlng Fluid*, aold by 8. P. SEMPLE.
Genuine London Miwtard, aold by
8. P. SEMPLE.
Pocket CorapasioM. aold by 8. P. SEMPLE.
Medicine Cheat* aoid by
no ifi 8 P SKMPLB, Mala at.
NI'UKACITK lO*L>-the only Mr
tain way to a*certain <|U*ntity, I* tw weigh It.
300 tone Rad JUh "Egg •'**" Autbraeite Coal; 40 too*
Red Aah Mat »Ue Aulhracue Coal; 150 ton* M bit*
A*b "Egg" Anthracite Coal; 3UU toaa White A»h
Lump Anthracite Coal.
Haviag erected at my Coal Yard oaa of Falrbaak'*
Plat tor m SCALAff, I offer the above Coal for aala by
W no"-6t SAMUEL P. HA WES
PAO IMON—A* MM «• I
SeoteJi "Coliaaae" brand) M do. do. America*
•Cora wall," (or aala to arme.br
WM 8 TRIPLET*. Aieut,
no as—<Wtfcc3t Oid Pooßlw Hall Work*
lACUM a. Lsrr kmm'mmmm mf ilm Iwrt
J Bad Blanket* ever offered Iw eaie la ib>e ally,
which be la celling at low friae* Alee,* tanaMM
aueM of Negro HMklit JACOB*. LEVY,
mtiM i4M«U» aUaet,

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