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FBII)AY OCTOBER 23, 1868. Animal Vaccination in Bbloiux.? The kind of vaccination known as the Nea politan. introduced into Fiance by M. Lanoix, has just received the sanction of the Belgian Government. By a royal de cree an animal vaccine establishment is t^ be founded, the appoint^ diwctor bcjng M. W*rlomont, -who cordially nJL ig method after M. Lanoix's i*d Ift that capital animal va^m^adc ^ some opponents, and f J?tn^tic5pftted, in rapid progress as wm atftwt?nticip ^ ^ spite of the jery ?^cl??^.inSion office of Depaul, the head of f Pari8. The the Academy of Medim matter hinges, say c<j9 ^jmal vaccination ^rrrrthe same operation per J? lymph, conveyed from one hu ?Sfei^o anolhir T? ? Is it tnie, oris it w?e^hat syphilis may be inoculated SSlh the'ly?ph used in the last-mentioned m independently ; of any other considera tion it would be a mat boon, especially in case of an epidemic of smallpox, to have an abundance of healthy lymph ready at hand. Nay, in localities where numerous revaccinations were required, heifers migtu be largely inoculated, and an unlimited supply of lymph be at the command of pro fessional men. Nor is it necessary where animal vaccination is practiced to give _up other modes of vaccinating; is large enough to support both methods. The question rests mainly with the medica advisers of the privy council. A School Reform in Germany. A new and not unimportant reform is about to be introduced in German schools-viz the abolition of all afternoon classes. It wad principally during the past Bummer months that the experiment was almost forced upon the authorities. The results are on ril Aides reported to have been more than bnl liant. The forenoon classes are somewha , but not much, longer than formerly, but 1 is s?d that the pupils show an eagerness and a vigor in those short morning hours ?which have never been known beforehand their progress is quite in keeping with their keen and energetic assiduity. The most curious point about the Pali Mall Gazette, seems to be the fully authenticated fact that the schools having hitherto only closed experimentally earhei or Inter according to the wishes of the re spective headmasters, the progress shown by the various schools stands in an^er?? 3? to the duration of the classes?or, in dher words, the less hours beyond the foui or five of the morning in school, the more did the boy 8 get on with their work. FOR KjBMT. BEICK HOUSE, JwffSifiSBf srssa sasat comer of Eleventh and Marshall streets, No, 40 . oc 23? lw* ? F- )R RENT, that beautiful? BKICE COTTAGE RESIDENCE, withJEi verandah. situated ou Marsivull street near Monroe (now lu the occupancy of Captain \V llliarn A Charters), containing seven rooms, gas througli out the lfou'^ with city water on ,thei preinij.es. Thb house Is In thorough order, keen Utel. P^-6tnd ggffitatt AeentaudAu^loueer. _ For rent; that most desira-^ BLE BRICK RESIDENCE situated on** the south side of Clay street second door abo^c Adaina (now in the occupancy of .Mr. JJ. ML. X?u ler>, containing about ten roomi ; Wltclien with four rooms, lock-rooms, bath-rM^ stnble, vVC^ 4ias throughout the house, with both ? nrt i woll of frood water In the yard. There art Bomc cholcc fruit trees in the garden, and the yard in hunitsomolv decorated with evergreens. Ibis is ^vond a doubt one of the best-arranged residences Au the Aty. Any person renting can P^asc the ?\r tains to the parlor windows, and also the par r carpet (which is new). 8. N. "A * Id, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. ^21 4t Eleventh aud Main streets. T?OR RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE <?* r RESIDENCE, on Seventh street oppoBiteflaa k! A. Lancaster's, contaiolng teu rooms, furnish ed with gas and water. .Possession given at onct. ^c|cj?l^ DANDRipGE^jANDEBSON^ FOR RENT, THREE ROOMS, ong* second floor, over the store now occupied** by A. A. Allen, on Main below "1 hirteenth street, next below J. 6. Tyler & Co., formerly occupied us ofllces by the Midlothian Coal Mining Companj . jmmediate^os^n given,. aylor & ^ oc 21? 8t Auctioneers^. STORE AND DWELLING EORgft utjit on Broad between Yourth and*ai ih street's, lately occupied by Mrs. Cutlery store. It hub four rooM upstairs and ample kitchen acconun^at^u^^p^j^^ oc IB-it T wcl fth fetrcet near Cary. T?OR RENT, that most eligibly andjgaj r delightfully located BBS ID E KC EiSii* situated ou the corner of Broad and Eleventh streets, recently ocoapled by Mr, , 1 . M. ^abb, jr. (who lias removed to his farm In Henrico county), containing about fourteen rooms, -with large balls and passages ; gas, water-closet, and bath-room In the nouse ; there are lour large rooms? one a di ning-room sixteen by twenty feet, on the first or basement floor, besides the pantry and hall ; on the second floor, two large parlors about sixteen by twenty feet each, with modern marble mantel pluoes and grates, and sliding doors, water-closet, and Urge bath-room3. passage and ha'ls ; on the third floor are three chambers, tlio front chamber having a convenient-sized dressing closet ; oti the fourth floor are two good rooms and three closets ; there are also two Rood out-chambers for ser vants, with entrance from the rear yard. There Is no more desirable framed building In the city, the framing being of heart-oak and doubly boarded and floored. The premises hive recently been thoroughly repaired, parlors rei-apered, and P&iuied out ana lit. Possession can be had once. Apply to I*. M.Tftbb, Jr., at the house for a few days, or to ti. 1). EACHO, oo 17?1 w Real Estate Agent and A nctloneer. OR RENT, a desirable DWELL-dS* ING HOUSE, containing twelve rooms JO. supplied with ft as and water ; kitchen, stable, car riage houte, a very large garden, Ac. ; premises In excellent ordor, and situated on the coruor of Clay and Monroe streets. For terms apply to SAMUEL H. PULLIAM, office Mutual Assurance Society, oo 1&? corner Tenth and Bank streets, For rent, the brick tene-?? MENTS Nob. 16? and 1601 Franklln-Eft street, between Union and Seventeenth streets. Both are in excellent condition. No. 1602 has just been painted and whitewashed, has a large storeroom and seven rooms above, with necessary water-close ta. No. 1SC4 ha# all necessary shelving yacks, counter, large patent balance, with neces sary water-closets, and eight rooms above store. Either of the abovo tenements are well adapted tor the grocery, commission, or other business. Apply to P. K. C AlcKlN GTON, Exohange Hotel, from 9 to 11 A. M. oo is ? eodtw* ER RENT, the TOBACCO FACTO- m BIKS occupied at the present time byJSHi as C. Williams <& Co., situated on south side Main befcween'T wenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth streets. Possession given on the first of January, IMS. For terms, anply to THOMAS J. HABDGROVE, 00 lit? 1m . at factory. ~wim WANTED, AT THE CLOVER HILL PIV8, D1GGE H8 and TRAILERS. Apply at the mines or at the office of the Clover Rill Rail road Company. Richmond. oe 23? eodlw WANTED.a party to buy out a HALF INTEREST In an established blacksmith and wneelwrlght shop, situated in the heart of the city and enjoying a ^ood custom. Applv at shop aa Kawhall near Third street, a lie whole can be bought If dwlrable. CH. SIEGLE. ?C SS? it ANTED? RICHMOND AND YORK ff RIVER RAELROAD HANDS?FIFTY SKILLED IK CUTTING CROSS-TIES can ob tain immediate employment by applying at the office Of the Richmond and York River railroad to M. W, BROA?>l>U& Agent, from 8 A , M. to 4 p. M. each day. BDMUtfD T. D, MYERS, oc3S? lw Chief Enelneer. TT7" ANTED, ORDERS FOR EVERY DE WY 8CRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING at the mSPATCHPBmTWfG-HOUBE. JLOST ABfD FOUND. T OST, on Saturday, 10th instant, 3^^ JLj? YOUNG POINTER I>OG ; llver-SSl^Si f* ? * WMv A t/AtTJ.JUAIr I'W f *? -mm * i u >i I oolorod ; four whPe feet ; white breast ; ciwln col lar with city medal and my name on It. 1 will re ward the person who returns him . G. A. WALLACE, i'< at William Wallace Sons', oc No. t Governor street. A B E W A R D.? -Strayed orfiffigS? dp 1 V itolen from my residence, In Han> a?n? Chester, on Sunday, 11th Instant, my KEl> C< W ; in good order : ehort tall : small white spot In forehead: on both hind feet, about two inches above the hoot white. Any Information which 1 fi?Q SECOND RECEIPT OP FALL I Ohn. iwn WINTER DRY GOODS at MITTKLDORFER A CO.'S, K* Broad Btrtet, be "bS ">? "",n"5tEf,r??Sf mc? ??? ta ! ffifg ^ DELAINES, _ , on New York prlccs. A)i In want of now, desirable, and cheap good3 would do well to call, examine, and make their purchases at ^ A D MITTELDOHFEB'S, ? 518 Broad street, ocse between Fifth and Sixth streets. pRESH ARRIVALS. We are In receipt of onr second supply of SEA SONABLE FALL GOODS, which have been par chased within the past week at very low figures. We invite both COUNTRY and CITY MER CHANTS to give our stock a look, assuring them that we can offer the largest and most attractive dock we have ever exhibited, and at PRICES PERFECTLY SATISFACTORY. * Intending to remove to our large store on Pearl street about the 1ST OF NOVEMBER, we win offer special Inducements until that time. BURRES8 A POWERS, Wholsesale dealers in White Goods, Notions, Ac., 1103 Main street. [oc 19? 2w] STILL MORE BARGAINS.? We offer tWs week EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in all articles in the DRY GOODS LINE, as we are con stantly receiving additions to onr stock and en deavor to adhere to the motto of " Quick sales and small prollts." i We are selllne good Prints at 12Jc. per yard ; Brown and Bleached Cottons at 12|c. per yard ; verv line Brown and Bleached Cottons at Is. per varll; pretty Ginghams and Plaids at is. per yard; l>e6t t*olld and Striped fchirtiDgs at is. per yard; Solid Mohairs and Lustres at SO and 3?c. per yard ; excellent Black Alpacas at 50 and 00c. per yard ; finest Black Alpacas at 75 and 87?c. per yard; Tweeds and Casslmeres at J*. S7J, and 60c. per yard; Double-width Cloth at $1.75 and $2; beautiful French Merinos, best quality, $1; large All-wool Blankets at $5 per pair. A full stock of Flannels of all kinds. Bed Tick ings. Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Plain, Hem stitched, and Embroidered Handkerchiefs : Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Cotton and Woollen Hosiery, Gloves, Shawls, Cloaks, Balmoral Skirts, Mar seilles and Woollen Quilts, and all articles suitable for the fall and winter season ; and we put down all goods at the bo'ttom figure. WILLIAM THALHIMER & SONS, No. 315 Broad street, between Third and Fourth, oc 10 and 1519 Main street, Ezeklel'sold stand. ^TTENTION, DRY GOODS BUYERS ! MAIN STREET IN THE SHADE ! J It Is an undeniable fact that Broad street is known to most every buyer of dry goods as the thorough fare where the finest class of goods is sold at the lowest figures, and the truth of it is most conclu sively experienced by those who have the good Judgment to call at JULIUS MEYER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE, 527 BUOAD STREET, NEXT TO CORNER OF SIXTH. It Is really Impossible to enumerate the extraor dinary bargains In A No. 1 GOODS d.lly arriving there, which are purchased very low for cash, or at auctions in the northern cities by agents esta blished there specially for that purpose. House keepers and others wishing to secure genuine bar gains in first-class DRY GOODa should therefore call by all means at JULITS MEYER'S, 6i7 Broad, next to comer of 8lxtli street. Messrs. John P. Atkinson. J. W. Pedln, E. Rowe, and T. Tatum, will be happy to serve their friends at the above place. oc 17? lm T. R. l'RICE. J. HALL, JR. E. I*. BU0GIXS. Thomas r. price & co. having received their full and complete stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS would call the at tention of their friends and the pnblic to the same. They have all the NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS-BLACK and COLORED? with a full as sortment of HOUSEKEEPING and DOMESTIC GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. NOTIONS, CAS SIMERF.3, WOOLLENS, and UNDERWEAR. Their SHAWL and CLOAK DEPARTMENT is unusually attractive and complete. Thev have with them Messrs. William C. Barker, David Cogblll, Joseph J. Anderson, George P. Bagby, and Charles McEarland, who would be pleased to see and serve their Mends, oc 16? 2 w D RY GOODS CARDOZO, ALSOP & FOURQUREAN are now receiving their FALL STOCK OP NEW AND DESIRABLE DRY GOODS, and Invite their friends and the public generally to call and examine them. Their goods are bought entirely for cash, and will be sold very cheap. Their stock will embrace all the newest styles In DRESS GOODS, together with a full line of STA PLE and DOMESTIC FABBIC8. S. M. Price, John O. Chix.es, Jack Temple, Thomas D. Qcarles, are with them, and will be glad to serve their friends. CARDOZO, ALSOP Sc. FOURQUREAN. se 12 ? 3m F ALL TRADE, 1868. JOHN F. ALVEY & CO., No. 2 Hanover street, Baltimore, have now In store a full and complete stock of FOREIGN DRY GOODS, which they offer to the trade of Virginia and North Carolina at LOW PRICES and on ACCOMMODATING TERMS. They respectfully solicit a call, feeling fissured they can make it to the Interest of purchasers to open accounts with them. Orders promptly and faithfully executed. JOHN F. ALVEY, late of the Arm of Glnter, Alvey & Arents, Richmond ; JOHN C. WILLIAMS, of Richmond, special partner ; se 8 ? Rm R. G. HARPER. JSEEDS T HE VIEGINIA NURSERY AND WINE COMPANY HERMITAGE NURSERIES, Richmond, VA., offer their usual large and well assorted stock of APPLE. PEAR, PEACH, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT, and other FRUIT TREES, embracing all the leading varieties. ALSO, a very large assortment of Grape vese? Including the heaviest stock of Norton, Concord, Ivus, and Delaware, ever offered in the State. A full Bupply of STRAWBERRIES, RASP BERRIES. BLACKBERRIES, CURRANTS, and other small fruits, constantly on hand : with a flne collection of EVERGREENS and DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, &C. Catalogues furnished and correspondence In vited. Post-offlce box 488, Address ALLAN A JOHNSON, se 5 ? Jm General Agents. OEEDS. ? We have on hand every variety of CABBAGE SEED for fall sowing. Also, a full supply of our celebrated CURLED KALE, POTATO ONIONS, BHALLOTS, ONION CLOVES, Ac. Alio, prime TIMOTHY and other GRASS SEEDS. ALLAN & JOHNSON, au 5? KM Main street. G RASS SEEDS? FIELD SEEDS. SW bushels PRIME TIMOTHY, 160 bushels CLOVER, 160 bushels ORCHARD GRASS, 50 bushels HERDSGRASS, 60 bushels KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, fer sale low. PALMER 4 TURPIN, au 20 ? Sm ISM Main street. HARDWARE, &c. Agency for round and sheet GUM PACKING, all sizes ; PATENT GUM-BELTING, and BEST OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT i ING: PATENT RUBBER HOSE and COUP LINGS. We have secured the agency for the sale of all the RUBBER GOODS manufactured bv tha THE GUTTA PERCH A and RUBBER , MANUFACTURING COMPANY, NEW YORK, and will furnish the above goods at th? lowest prices. WATK1N8 COTTRELL & CO., se 17? 2m No. 1307 Main street, Richmond, Va. OILS. C~ 0AL OIL. ? 50 barrels BEST REFINED COAL OIL for sale at lowest market .rates by R. W. POWERS, Druggist, uce Main street, se M between Thirteenth and Fourteenth. TTEROSENE OIL.-I have always on lV hand a splendid article of KEROSENE and ANCHOR OIL. Also, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, BURNERS, Ac.: and a general assortment of TIN* WARE, wholesale and retail. O. O. OWENS, j No. SO Governor street, Richmond, Va. Orders from the country respectfully solicited and promptly filled . w is_ im B ILL HEADS, ACCOUNT SALES, - - a and INS CARDS, Ac., executed In the best stvla and tort notice at theDlSFATOH PRiSTII ri ood" news VT FOR ALL IN WANT OF CL OTHUTG. VEBY LABOR 8TOCK TO BE DISPOSED OP R K fJA RBI, ESS OF COST BEFORE THE FIRST OF JANUARY. Being doslrons of discontinuing the READY MADr CLOTHING- BUSINESS aad confining ournelves entire! v to MEJf,R WEAR, such as CLOTHS, OARSlMERES, BEAVERS. VEST. INGS. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and the general 1 MERCHANT TAILORING, we have determined lo offer our entire stock of j READY-MADE CLOTHING, amounting to about I $>0,000, AT AND BELOW COST. Our Clothing has been made by ourselves and to onr order this season, and the pnbllc can therefore rely on getting FASHIONABLE GOODS, of good material, and at LOW PRICES. Such an opportunity Is wldom offered, and all in want should avail themselves to call at once at MARCTTSE & CO.'S, No. 1318 Main street. OC 21 old stand of Loeb Brothers. Heavy undershirts ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH, at 1309 Main street. E. B.~ SPENCE, Agent, Ppaler in Gentlemen's Furnishing Go&ds. [oc 22] ARGE STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS, AT 81'ENCE'S TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, corner of Main and Thirteenth streets, [oc 22] F OR A NICE BUSINESS OR DRESS SUIT, ready made er made to order, call on . SPENCE, AT THE OLD STAND, corner of Main and Thirteenth streets, [oc 22] F OR FINE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, warranted to lit and wear well, call at the OLD STAND. 1 300 MAIN STREET, E. B. SPENCE, Agent, Merchant Tailor and Clothier. [oc 22) pREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER. ^ M. W~ ROSE, No. 358, corjoer Fourth aud Broad streets, has on hand a complete and extensive stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING suitable for men's and boys' wear, which he is enabled to sell lower than the lowest. Also, a full assortment of GENTLEMEN ' S FURNISHING GOODS. HATS AND CAPS of all the leading styles. Do not forget the place of M. W. ROSE, j oc 1?? 3ro No. 328, corner Fourth and Broad. - HENRY T. MILLER. JOIXN S. DEVLIN. JQON'T FORGET TO CALL AT DEVLIN'S, 1007 MAIN STREET, OITOSITE TIIE POST-OFFICE, and get a FASHIONABLE SUIT OF CLOTHING, READY MADE OR MADE TO ORDEB THE AMERICAN YOKE SHIRT, READY MADE OR MADE TO ORDER. [OC 16] rpHE SECOND SUPPLY AT HAND. NOW IS YOUR TIME. CALL ON A. OPFENHEIMER, 1402 Main street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, FOR GOOD "WINTER CLOTHING, ETC., ?where yon will find tliem at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES AND MADE UP ALL 0. K. ocl5? 3m JpALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &.C. We have In store a fine assortment of all grades of CLOTHING-OVERCOATS, CAFES, Ac. Call and make your selections, as great bargains are offered. SHIPLEY, ROANE & CO., corner opposite Exchange and Ballard Hotels, oc 14? lm A SPLENDID INVESTMENT CAN BE MADE IN A $10, $15, $20, or $25 TEN-DOLLAR, FIFTEEN-DOLLAR, TWENTY-DOLLAR, OR TWENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SUIT OF CLOTHES AT BALDWIN'S, Corner Main and Tenth streets. f.T [oc 8 ? 3m] THIRST ARRIVAL OF FALL GOODS F AT THK RICHMOND CLOTHING HALL. JULIUS KRAKER, Merchant Tailor, 1517 Main street. I would respectfully Inform my customers and the public at large that I have just returned from the North with a line assortment of FANCY CAS SIMERES, CASTOR and ESQUIMAUX BEA VER, TRICOTS, BROADCLOTHS, DOESKINS, and SILK- VELVET VESTINGS, for MER CHANT. TAILORING. Also, a fine stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, for men's, youths', and boys' wear. In FURNISHING GOODS I can not be surpassed by any houSe In the city. Also, HATS, UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, and VALISES, ee 9 JULIUS KRAKER. BOABPrnOAM) LOPGINO. BOARDERS WANTED.? I can accom modate lu my family six day boarders ; and have TWO SPARE ROOMS, furnished, which I ?would like to have occupied with two gentlemen and their wives, who would board with me. Ap ?licatlon may be made to me at my f.flice -with a. . Lee, between Main and Cary, 1 hlrteenth street, or at mv residence, corner of Twenty-eighth and Marshall streets, Church Hill oc 23? eod3t* DAVID ANDERSON, Jr. FORD'S HOTEL, CAPITOL PLACE. 82.30 PER DAY. 82.50 PER DAY. This SPLENDID HOTEL. lately thoroughly re built and newly furnished throughout, is now one of the most popular in the South. Its location Is without a rival In the city, It being the only hotel situated in a fashionable portion of the city, and from Its windows the guest looks down into the magnificent public park, with its monuments and other works of art. A walk across the park places the visitor at once in the business centre of the city. It Is kept as a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in every \ particular. ?, and its success since opening has been unparalleled in the history of hotel-keeping in this city. A. J. FORD, oc it? iw ? Proprietor and Ownar. BOARD. ? Families wishing BOARD for the winter can tod desirable ROOMS by ap plylngat the Arlington Houte. oc20? 4t "gXCHANGE HOTEL, RICHMOND, VA. BOARD $3 PER DAY. This old and leading HOTEL of the city has been recently repainted, and la now. elegant and perfect in all of its departments. The scarcity of money In' the country, and the great desire of the proprie tor to make nls charges so as to enable all of his old Mends and the public, without exception, to atop with him, has determined to reduce his sates to $8 per day. In doing this, however, the hotel will remain unchanged in everyjother pai tL. oular, sparing no effort or expense to retain for the EXCHANGE its fkr-spreaa reputation as beta? a ilrst-class house ia every particular, and THE HOTEL of the city. Patronage solicited. J. L. CAE KINGTON, oc IS? tNovl Proprietor. "Vf"UCHM0RE*8 GLUE POTS, a nice lit lu. tie article to keep lit the house to mend your o oc DRUGS, m)IC!*ES, Ac. 1CT0 Q U A C K E B Y !? TO THE~AF FLICTED?T. R. BASS'S COUGH SYRUP, a certain core for Consumption, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Chronic Irri tations of the Throat and Lnngs. and all Diseases of the Bronchial Tnbes arising from exposure and cold. The original prescription was given me by Professor Carter P. Johnson, and its efficiency as a valuable expectorant is confidently recommended by Dr. J. A. Mayo. ?... Tills COUGH SYRUP has effectually cured me of consumption, "which assumed a very serious character at one time. My cure I can attribute solely to the Cough Syrup. Many other testimo nials of Its cures I have in my possession, which leave no doubt on my mind that It Is adapted to nil cases of long affections. , . The certificate of Dr. Mayo Is appended : T. S. Bass: Dear Sir.? The prescription made for you by Dr. C. P. Johnson certainly combines the best material as an expectorant I have ever nsed In my practice. In all cases of colds, couehs, bronchial Irritations? even cases decidedly phthisi cal? have been cured or greatly benefited. I know of nothing I could more confidently recommend from actual experience. JOS. A. Mayo, M. D. None genuine without my signature. Price, $1 per bottle. T. R. BASS. Richmond, Va. For sale by Messrs. Pnrcell, Lad<3 & Co., L. B. Thomas & Co., O. A . Strecker, "Wood A Son. J. H. Chlldrey & Co., and Robert Lecky, Chnrch Hill. oc 21 ? an JJOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS WATER This Invaluable mineral water, recently bottled. Is now In course of shipment to the houses named below. As a remedial agent In many depraved conditions of the system, and in some of the worst chronic ailments, it; stands unrivalled, and this after at least FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE of Its virtues. In all bCROFULOUS TAINTS OF TIIE BLOOD. IN SKIN DISEASES, IN BRONCHITIS, CHRONIC DIARRHOEA and DYSENTERY, DYSPEPSIA. ' ? KIDNEY DISEASE, and PILES, Its cures have been many and very marked. The same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is known to many hundreds who have experienced its healingquallties. Cases of one dozen half-gallons, $10. Cases of one dozen quarts, $a. The MASS Or SALTS of the water put up In ?2 and $4-vials. For sale by . -r, ? PURCELL, LADD & CO., Richmond; A. B. Rncker. Lynchburg ; M. A. & C. A. Santos, Norfolk ; Kives & Proctor, Petersburg ; C. M Flynn, Danville ; George M. Mclntlr*, Charlottes ville. oc 8? d&wlm Tobacco antidote. ? a fresh supply of the TOBACCO ANTIDOTE Just received by JOHN W. RISON, Apothecary and Druggist, Main and Third streets. OD-LIVER OIL.? Fresh COD-LIVER OIL Just received by JOHN W. RISON, Apothecary and Druggist, Main and Third streets. oc 13 c oc 13 pURE COD-LIVER OIL, IMPORTED DIRECT BY OURSELVES, and guaranteed to be made from FRESH AND HEALTHY LIVER8. For sale by the GALLON OR BOTTLE. MEADE & BAKER, Pharmaceutists, oc 8 919 Main street. ST.? 1860? X.? DRAKE'S PLANTA ? TION BITTERS.? A fresh supply of this celebrated BITTERS received, for sale by A. BODEKER & BROTHER, oc7 Druggists. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR AND FOR REST'S CEDAR TAR for sale by A. BODEKER & BROTHER, OC 7 Druggists. IMSIJB AftCE COMPANIES. INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA. WILLIAM A. CHARTERS, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. Office corker of Main and Eleventh streets, RICHMOND, VA. N. B.? Any amount of Insurance provided In city or country In flrst-elass companies at the cur rent rates of premium. oc 17? S?ftW3m M UTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA. CHARTERED 1791. Office corner of Tenth and Bank streets. 810,000,000 PROPERTY PLEDGED TO MAKE GOOD LOSSES. H. A. CLAIBORNE, Principal Agent. J. B. Danforth, Secretary. oc 21? 3m Prospectus of the muutal BENEVOLENT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF RICHMOND, VA. LIFE INSURANCE ON A NEW PLAN. CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF VIRGINIA OCTOBER 3, UC3. Insures lives on the following plan : Each mem ber pays an Initiation fee of ten dollars If under forty years of age ; between forty and fifty years, fifteen dollars ; between fifty and fifty-five years, twenty dollars ; between fifty-five and sixtv years, twenty-five dollars. This amount Is all that will ever be called for except at the death of a member. We propose to make a membership of FIVE THOIJbA&D, each paying the Initiation fee as above, each being insured for FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS so soon as the number reaches five thousand members, or one dollar for each pollcj - holder. On the death of any member, each will be called on to Day ONE DOLLAR ANI> TWENTY FIVE CENTS? one dollar to pay off the deceased member's policy, and twenty-five cents to pay ex penses. Office, for the nresent. No. 1202, CORNER OF TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS, oc 10? tm FIRE INSURANCE effected at the low est rates and ou most liberal terms with the RICHMOND BANKING AND INSURANCE COMPANY Cobneb Twelfth and Main Stbjcetb, Richmond, Va. CAPITAL, 8175,000 1 JOHN B. DAVIS, President, se 4 JOHN F. C. POTTS, Secretory. T^OMESTIC insurance. THE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS C0MPAN7 OF VIRGINIA. CHARTERED FEBRUARY UU. CAPITAL.,. .. Well Invested and secured. Assets employed here for the general benefit. Desirable FIRE AND MARINE RISES lnvi ted. Office No. 1114 Main street. D. J. HARTSOOK, President. DAVID I. Bubb, Secretary. B. C. Whbbky, Jb., Assistant Secretary. del UTUAL LITE INSURANCE COMPANY- OF NEW YORK. ANNUAL INCOME $10,000, OM CASH ASSETS YEAR ENDING FEB RUARY L, 18tt, OVER 00ft, ?N NUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED DURING THE YEAR, l?,OB. NUMBER OF POLICIES IN FORCE FEBRU ARY 1, 1??, ?,m. THE "MUTUAL LIFE" la now by far the WEALTHIEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD. It Is conducted on the only principle which time and experience has proved to be ultimately safe and trustworthy. Its assets arc not invested in fancy stocks or personal securities, but In bonds and mortgages on real estate, being first lien on same, ana thus placed beyond the reach of any contingency. The company, being purely mutual, divides! U whole profits annually among the assured, and this dividend can be used in payment of premiums or to purchase additional insurance, at the optics of the policy-holder. D. N. WALKER & CO., AgenU, No. 1014 Main street. Dr. J. B. McCaw, Medical Examiner, mh ? Dn, WALKER A CO., ? 8UCCBSSOB8 TOO. T. 8RX8XX, KSQi GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Office 1014 Main street, first door east of the post-office, under Messrs. R. H. Maury A Co.. Buildings, merchandise, furniture, and personal property of all kinds, in the city or country, In sured against loss or damage t>y fire at the lowest rates in companies of the highest standing. Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid. Marine and Inland Insurance also effected at cur rent rates. 0023 M FJMT11 JLZEKS. TONS No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO landing this day. For sale low by ALLISON & ADDISON, oc 5 1S30 Cary street, i 100 100 OC F TONS SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO landing this day. For sale by ALLISON & ADDISON. 50 ocS TONS PURE FLOUR OF RAW BONE landing this day. For sale by ALLISON & ADDISON. Agricultural salt.? 200 sacks for sale by oo5 AWJSON A ADDISON. . auotmm* saubs# "By Cook ? Laughfcon, Auctioneers, corner of Governorand Franklin streets. Household furniture, carpets, SILVER-PLATED 8HOW-CABEB, AC.. AT AUCTION? THI8D AY, at 10 o'clock. we will sell at our store an excellent assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac., consisting of 1 HANDSOME VELVET CARPET. 1 HANDSOME BRUSSEL8 CARPET, Several INGRAIN CABPETS, A 105 of GOOD FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, MAHOGANY BOFA8 and CHAIRS, LOOKING GLASSES, WINDOW SHADES. ENTIRELY NEW .JENNY LIND BEDSTEADS, NEW HAIR and SHUCK MATTRESSES, COTTAGE and other BEDSTEADS, OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS, CANE and WOOD-SEAT CHAIRS, CABINETS, WA8HSTANDS, andtf'ABLES ; LOUNGES. TIN SAFES, COOKING, OFFICE, and CHAMBER STOVES, A lot of CROCKERY, GLASSWARE. DECAN TERS, AC. ALSO. 5 ELEGANT SILVER-PLATED SHOW-CASES, seven feet lone, of solid French plate glass. 2 seta of HANDSOME JEWELRY, Several GOOD WATCHES. COOK A LAUGHTON, oc 23 Auctioneers. By Lyne A Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agent?, 1489 Main street. SALE OP VALUABLE COAL OFFICE, FIXTURES, GOOD- WILL, ETC.. AT AUC TION.? We will sell, at the request of the owner, at public auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY the 23d day of October, 1S88. at 4 J o'clock, at the coal-yard formerly occupied by Messrs. Larus & Cherry, on Dock 6trcet between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, the COAL OFFICE, OFFICE FURNITURE, FENCING, STAGING, FLOORING, SCREENS, BARROWS, 1 pair HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES, 1 larjre LILLIE'S FIRE and BURGLAR-PROOF SAFE, and GOOD-WILL. ALSO, A lot of OAK and PINE WOOD. This is justly considered one of the best ?.nd old est-established yards in the city, and parties wish ing to engage in the business would do well to at tend. Terms : At sale. LYNE & BROTHER, oc 22 Auctioneers. By Richardson A Newburn, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, .? 1015 Main street, corner Eleventh, VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE AT AUC TION ?We will sell at auction, on the pre mises, on FRIDAY the 23d instant, at 6 o'clock P. M., a valuable LOT with a small DWELLING thereon, on St. Peter's street between Baker and Charity streets, subject to a leasehold for three years at thirty-live dollars a year. Terms : Cash. The above-mentioned propertvwas sold at auc tion on th'f 10th instant to Peter Watson (colored), but he having failed to comply with the terms of sale, it will be sold again, as advertised, at his cost. RIOHARDSON A NEWBUKN, oc 20 Auctioneers. By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers, Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets. Frame dwelling with five BOOMS AND LARGE STABLE, ON THE NORTH SLUE OF DUVAL STRKET ADJOIN ING THE DT7VAL-STREET CHURCH.? We will sell at auction, on the premises, on FRI DAY the 23d of October, at 4 o'clock P. M.. the FRAME DWELLING located as above described, containing 5 rooms, and now occupied by James Booker. The lot fronts 80 feet on Duval street, and runs back oo feet. Terms : One-fourth cash ; the balance at 4, 8, and 12 months for negotiable notes, Interest added, secured by a trust deed. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, oc 20 Auctioneers. By Wellington Goddin. Auctioneer and Beal Estate Agent. Three handsome building lots, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BROAD STRKET AT ITS .FUNCTION WITH THE CONNEC TION RAILROAD. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. Will be sold at auction, on the premises, on FRI DAY the 23d October, 1898, at 4 o'clock P. M., those three beautiful BUILDING LOTS located as above, each fronting 30 feet on on the south side of Broad street, runnlnjr back of irregular depth to the said line of said railroad. Terms : One- third cash ; balance at four and eight months for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a trust deed. W. GODDIN, oc 19 Auctioneer. BAMS A3M> BANKERS. J^OLLAR SAVINGS BANK." BANK OF DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Deposit your money and get Interest. Do not keep Idle. OFFICE COKN1ZB MAIN AND WALL, NO. 1S00, SECURITY UNDOUBTED. JOHN E. BOSSIEUX, President. THOMAS 8. Abhistzad, Cashier. Jy2X? 3ra BOOK8 MD STATIONERY. jgRIGHTLY'S DIGEST, &c. RANDOLPH & ENGLISH have received BRIGHTLY'S DIG K ST- OF FEDERAL DECI SIONS, 1789 to W68 : BUMP'S PRACTICE IN BANKRUPTCY, WHARTON'S CRIMINAL LAW ? 3 vols. ; BENJAMIN ON SALES OF PERSONAL PRO PERTY, All the BANKRUPT BLANKS. Ac. oc 14 THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES. BY Hon. A . H. STEPHENS?FORTY THOU SAND COPIES ALREADY SOLD.? Persons wishing this very valuable work can have It by applying to J. W. DENNIS, agent, at J. Wall Turner's bookstore, 1114 Main street. Also, the LIFE, LETTERS, AND SPEECHES OF HON. A- H. STEPHENS. By Chanlaw. oc 13 ^ E W BOOKS. THE MOONSTONE. By WUkle Collins. GOETHE AND 8 CHILLER. By Muhlbach. NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY. By Dr. Smith. BARNES ON PSALMS. Vol. L ROSE MATHER. By Mrs. Holmes. JOSH BILLINGS ON ICE. THE L08T CAUSE REGAINED. DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. Glllett. DEAD-SEA FRUIT. By Braddon. SERVANTS OF THE STOMACH. By Mace. HI8TORY OF A MOUTHFUL OF BREAD. By Mace. For sale by A. H. CHRISTIAN & CO., an 10 814 Main street. STOVES, TINWARE, Ac. Mountcastle can' befounjTon SEVENTH STREET BETWEEN BROAD AND MARSHALL, and Is fully prepared, as usuaL to do all kinds of TIN WORK, PLUMBING, se?0 6A 8- FITTING, Ac. ATTENTION! FALL TRADE! I WM. SEARS WOOD, at Ms Old stand. No. ? Main stkxbt, (or 1544, new nnmber,) Richmond, Va?, would call the attention of COUNTRY MER CHANTS and the trade generally to his large and well-assorted stock of TINWARE, manufactured expressly for the southern trade. He Is deter mined not ito bo undersold by any house North or South. Call and see the AUTOMATIC CLOTHES' WASHER AND BOILER? the best clothes' washer out. WM. SEARS WOOD. ; Established 1844. se 24? lm HPHE "GEM" ILLUMINATED GAS BURNER, FIRE-PLACE STOVES, for heating first, second, and third stories BY ONE FIRE. How is $he time to have them pot up at low rates. GREGORY A CO., an li 141 T Main street. BmOVAIA Removal. ? george l. bidgood, Bookseller, has removed to 1217 MAIN STREET, next door to Putney & Watts. oc ft? lm . ? ' removed to OUR NEW AND ATTRACTIVE STORE No. ?27 broad sthkxt, and will open on FRIDAY, October 3d, the mosi beautiful and largest stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS we have ever offered, and most respectfully call the attention of the public, and particularly the ladles of Richmond, to the above. We will In the future endeavor to keep on hand a larger assortment and class of goods to please all purchasers, and which will always be offered at the lowest market prices. HIR8H A GUGQENHEIMER, tin Broad street, third door above Theatre. W. C. Kkak, G. H. CUXNXBY, oc t ! ' "In i '? xi i i ? ? i ii ? ? I i ? ? . m ? - McRAE, H . , ATTORNEY AT LA AY, PTfTTM-nVTY TNDIA-RUBBBR SHEETING (CLOTH), A five-quarters wide, a superior article, .for sale by ?ocHJ DOVE & MOSELEY. auctow saijes. By E. Gathrlght, Auctioneer, 14? Main street, between Fourteenth and i iitcenth. Effects of a country store at AUCTION".? I will sell at my store on SA TURDAY the 24th Instant, at 10 o'clock, a lot or goods belonging to a ceuntry store breaking np, consisting or 50 VESTS, GLOVES, BO COATS. TRIMMINGS, BOOTS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Ac. Also, a large lot of CROCKERY. Ac. Sale positive, and wltliout reserve. PC 23 E. GATHKIGHT, Auctioneer. By E. Gathrlght, Auctioneer, 1433 Main street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth. FINE JENNY lInD, COTTAGE, and other BEDSTEADS ; BUREAUS, ? CABINETS. WARDROBE, St) FAS CHAIR' covered with halr-clotli, ROCKEKS, TABLES, Fine F RATHER BEDS, BILLOWS. BOLSTERS, BLANKETS, SHEETS, STOVES, Ac. Also, a large lot of fine CLOTHS. OASSIMERES, DRY GOODS, Ac. On SATURDAY the 24?h Instant I will cell the above articles at my store, commencing at W o'clock. E. GATHRIGHT, oc 23 Auctioneer. By Thomas W. Keesee, Auctioneer, Office No. 1317 Main street. ASSIGNEE'S SAXK? By virtue of a decree of the United State3 District Court for the district of Virginia in the case of Henry Exall, bankrupt, dated October 12, 18% I sbail. as assignee of said bankrupt, on SATURDAY, Octo ber 24 1M8, at 1 o'clock P. M.,at ihe shop of S. T. Perkinson, brand-cutter, on Twelfth street below Main a tfcw doors, sell at puMic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the SHOP AND SHED on Twelfth street now occupied by said S. T. Per kinson, brand-cutter, etc. Also, at the same time and place, a lot of Tools for quarrying and other purposes ; a Bellows, An vil, and bmall Engine, a lot of valuable Calcined Cement, I.ocks, a Vault Door, Work Bench, two or three old Iron Safes, and a lot of old Iron. Also, at the same time and place, the lot of valu able SANDSTON E now lying on the vacant lot In rear of Exchange Bank. JOHN JOHNS. JB. , Assignee of Henry Exall, bankrupt. T. IV. Keeske, Auctioneer. oc 22 By Lyne Jfc Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, No. 1439 Main street. VERY VALUABLE IMPROVED PRO PERTY FRONTING ON MAIN AND TWENTY-FIFTH STREETS. CONSISTING OF TWO LARGE AND WELL-BUILT BRICK STORES. WITH DWELLINGS OVER EACH CONTAINING SIX ROOMS, KITCHENS WITH TWO ROOMS, WITH WATER AND GAS THROUGHOUT THE PREMISES, ALL IN ORDER, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.? Bv request of the owner, we will sell on WEDNESDAY the 23 th day of October, 1868, at 4 o'clock P.M.. the above very desirable and convenient property, whtch is now rented at pood and fair prlccs. There are culverts running from the property which affords all necessary drainage. &c. These stores are well suited for the grocery or oth. r kinds of business ; for which they are adnil rablv adapted. The LOTS front on Main street fifteen feet each, and run back a good depth to an alley. Tkhms : One-fourth cash ; balance at six, twelve, and eighteen months for negotiable notes, Interest added, and secured by a trust deed, oc 22 LYNE & BROTHER, Auctioneers. By Grabbs & Williams, Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. The handsome residence at the SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MAIN AND THIRD STREETS FOR SALE AT AUCTION ON TUESDAY, 27Tir OCTOBER. AT 4j O'CLOCK P. M ? It has been remodelled and re novated throughout, painted, and papered ; new roof, covered with slate ; Iron veranuah ; iron rail ing In front ; liot and cold baths ; water-closets ; new cooklng-runge. There are It rooms, besides bath-rooms, closets, coal and wood-rooms. The Improvements have been made under the di rection of a gentleman familiar with all the mo dern arrangements, Intended for his own residence, and no expense has been spared to make it com plete In even* respect. Such properly Is rarely offered In the market, and we therefore invite very particular attention to this sate. , The lot Is 53x104 feet to an alfey 3} feet wide. After which will be sold the PROPERTY adjoin ing on the east, embracing the school-house occu pied by Mr. David Turn'-r, with a lot 35x104 feet j to the alley above referred to, TkrmS : At sale. 1 GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, oc 21 Auctioneers. By James M. Taylor & Son, Auctioneers, Office No. 821 Main street, three doors below Spotswood Hotel. A VALUABLE MARKET-GARDEN, WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS THERE ON. ONTHE MEAD! IW-BKIDHE ROAD NEAR THE CORPORATE LIMITS, NORTH OF THE CITY AN!) ONE ^'ILE FROM THE CAPITAL. ADJOINING THE FARM OF Dlt. DEANE AND OTHERS. F<>R SALE AT AUCTION. Will be sold on MONDAY the 28th day of October, 18C3, on the premises, at 4 o'clock P. M.. the desi rable residence now occupied by Mr. J. Reinhardt, a-i above described. The house b:is six rooms above the basement, and all the usual out-buildings. There are FIF TEEN ACRES OF LAND highlv improved, und Is considered to be one among I he best locations for a market garden in the neighborhood of the city. It belnsr about an equal distance from both markets. There is also a well of line water on the premises. Tkkms : One-fourth ca?h ; balance at fonr, eight, and twelve months for negotiable notes, in terest added, and secured by a deed of trust. JAMES M. TAYLOR J: SON, oc 17 Auctioneers. By Wellington ?o<ifiin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. THE BEAUTIFUL FARM CALLED " CEDAR HILL," THREE MILES EAST OF RICHMOND, CONTAINING SEVENTY TWO AND THREE-QUARTFR ACRES, FOB SALE AT AUCTION.? At the request of Mr. James R. Ratcllffe I will sell at auction, on the premises, on MONDAY, October 26. 186*; at 4 o'clock P. M., the beautiful farm on which he re sides, called "CEDAR HILL," adjoining the lands of Messrs. James M. Tarter, William F. G. flaruett. and Richard Cauthorn, containing SE VENTY-TWO AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES, of which about sixty acres are open land in flneheart. The improvements consist of a comfortable dwelling containing eight rooms ; stable, carriage house, kitchen, Ac.; a well of good water in the yard, and an orchard of choice fruit, <*c. Posses sion given 1st of January next. The growing crops can be taken bv the purchaser at valuation. The location is a handsome one, and the neighborhood good. The land lies within a quarter of a mile of the westsldo of the Mechanlrsville turnpike, with an excellent road leading to it from tho turnpike. Tkrmk : Reasonable, and made known at the hour of sale. Mr. Ratcllffe will take pleasure in showing the place to those who may call on him. W. GODDTN, oc 16? 2tawlwAdtds A uctloneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE WHARF PROPERTY AT GOSPORT, VA., AND BANKI ? G-HOUSK IN PORTSMOUTH, VA., AT AUCTION The undersigned, trustees of the Bank of Vlrsrinia. will sell at auction, or the premises, on WEDNESDAY the 2Stb Instant, | at 15 M., that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at Gosport belonging to the Bank of Virginia. This property la admirably situated for ship-building or a shook and cooperage establishment, supplies of timber and staves being there very abundant. This lot ha3 a front on Crawford street of 242 feet and a front on Elizabeth river of the same number of feet, and a depth of ?50 feet. The depth of J water is sufficient to float the largest-class vessel in the United States, and there is a dock on the north and south side. On the lot is a large brick dwell ing-house and several wooden tenements. Immediately after the sale of the wharf property, wc will sell thu BANKING.HOU^K In Portsmouth so long occupied by tlu: Bank of Virginia. Tkkm& : One-third cash; balance on a credit of | four, eight, and twelve months, interest added, and secured by a trust deed on the property ; purchaser paying taxes for the present year. D. J. SAUNDERS, > m-nrt*-* oc 10 S. C. TARDY, 1 iTOStee*. WWfES AMD LIQUOBS. 1AA BARRELS " HUGE&'S fr CO.'S" JLUU PENNSYLVANIA BYE WHISKEY. 60 barrels "ARNOLD" PENNSYLVANIA RYE WHISKEY, 69 barrels "ROBINSON" PENNSYLVA NIA. BYE WHISKEY, for sale in bond. These whiskeys are from two to three years old, and very tine. Samples can be seen at ifiy office. J. B. BCLATER. ' oc 32 Np. > FUteeuth street. JJENRY MILLER, WINE MERCHANT. 15C3 MAIN STREET, se 22 ? Sm Richmond Va. PURE MALTED RYE WHISKEY. GENERAL LEE BRAND. X have sow on hand 109 barrels of this article, to desirable for family use and medicinal purposes. I warrant it to be PURE MALTED RYE, 1x>P PEE-DISTILLED and FREE FROM ALL ADUL TERATION, and consequently claim for It that It Is the very best article of whiskey la this mar ket. STEPHEN MASON. 1561 Mala street, se 14? 5m corner Seventeenth street. Richmond granite company.? We are prepared to furnish the very best quality GRANITE, dressed or uudrcsstd, la f quantity. We will also build alt kinds of GRAN ITE WORK at short notice. Special attentli>2i artven to rough or dressed WALL WORK, CEME TERY WORK, and all material fwutalie<l? Office corner of Canul and Seventh streets. GKOliUE RLUMKNTHAL, o? U-tm Superintendent, AfJCffgQggALBi, > ? TUTUlS By Wellington Sodd&j," " Auctioneer and Beal K?tate rPHAT VALUABLE APOTHpoi* X STORE FOR BALE AT * 1-/1 r?. ^ SY THE NORTH WEST CORVRRAL^f>K. ,1 A V n TUm'WWV WT umrr r,~; OK D aV ** "? vvvmv?. *??""! ?? ?v t!W* ,Y1 ?!?<* A" that valuable APOTHECARY 8TO!tiPten? 4 northwest corner of Broad af,,j r** tu stmts. The stork of MEDICI NEK noSST-TO CHEMICALS, though r,ot larj "XtSE?* ?? assortment for a retail store. The w!,'f * rv-5 excellent one and the custom srood ll''n iih To a young man with a mall Carvif,i ,. to embark In bnslncM, tWaeAUblUhmStrJ^ ?**?*???*? foMMft.* Pr?ub&* ^n inMWrj ortbe Mock c,? ' T.1.WS : At sale. W. GOWns. ' ??????? ? - ? ? Auct ione*r By S. N. Davis, -L Real Estate Agent and Auctions corner Eleventh and Main streets. TWO NEAT FRAMED DWELLTVra* WITH FOUR ROOMS F.AClInu-8' WEST SIDE OP FIFTEENTH STR**-1'^ TWEEN ROSS EXTENDED AWn dI br STREETS. AT AUCTlO.V.-Wni C B^?A0 TUKSD AY the 28th day 0r October at il A * P.M .IhOM two mv/FKAMitb containing four rooms each, a* descrir* ;v,\ The lots front each thirty feet and run h F* fl*t to an alley eight ftet wide. 11 b*k ?* At the same time will be sold a varan* T on JdwflvimoTtbS!" C"" ! taUnCe " ?*, 00 23 g. y. DAVIS, Anetteo^ By Regnault & Co., Auctioneer^ Main between Eighth and Ninth street ON SATURDAY~MORNING the oi~ Instant, commencing at 10 o'clock *, I?, sell by auction, at our store, a handsome van*. , HOUbEHOLD FURNITURE. CARPET SR 4Cd ?HUCK ********* OILCLOTHS. Ac^i Two TOP BI.GGTEd, In excellent order Consignments received until hour of sale ' RZGNAULT ft CO, oc M And hiif-ei. By Grabbs Jt Williams, Auctioneer*, ~~ Northwest corner Main and Eleventh stretti A neat brickHdwelling, Wltn THREE ACRES OF LAM), ON thf EAST SIDE OF BROOK TURNPIKK IV Jr , BEYOND BACON'S QUARTER BRANCH at* AUCTION.? On WEDNESDAY, October V* at 4 j o'clock P. M., we will sell upon the iirtmiJ the BRICK DWELLING above referred to, a. joining Mr. Leonard Chamberlain, ami reresth occupied by Mr. L. Helistern. It has five rooei besides the basement ; a kitchen, stable, ?n.i , slaughter-house: also, a well of excellent w?u. There are THREE ACRES OF LAND, lyw heautlfnlly for gardening purposes. TBRMS : One-third cash ; balance at Mx tM twelve months for notes with Interest added, secured by a deed of trust. GRUbBS ?fc -'WILLIAMS, oc 93 A net Ionian. By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank, A NEAT BRICK- COTTAGE RE8I DENCE, ON THE NORTH Sing GRACE STREET BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE STREETS, AT AUCTION, UPON' THE PREMISES, ON MONDAY. OCTOBES !6rn, AT HALF-PAST 4 O'CLOCK P. 1 (.* It adjoins the resilience of Mr. Ro. P. i\ivls : ku ttve rooms, a brl<*k kitchen with three rooms, aud water on the premises ; front aixi tag porches, and some fine shrubbery. The premise are in very nice condition. Possession at once. The lot fronts 2l? by 160 feet to an alley. Tekms : At talc. GRUBBS 4 WILLIAMS, oc 21 1 Auctlomm By Grubbs ?? William B, Auctioneers, Eleventh 6trcet between Main and Bank. TRUSTEE'S SALE" OP A BRICK DWELLING AND LOT, ON SOUTH silij OF MARSHALL STREET JUST BEYOND MUNFORD STREET, AT AUCTION._In en. cutlou of the provisions of a deed of tnist frcna Henry Brockeimah and wife to the subscriber u trustee, dated 8th or May. 1887, and recorded la Henrico County Court olllce, being thereto re quired. I will sell at auction, upouthe prenil>es,oa MONDAY, Wth of October, at 4 o'clock P. M? 'J fair. If not, then on the next fair day thereafter, ? the same hour, the DWELLING and premises*, cupled bysald Brockelman, sltna'edas above. It has about seven rooms, with rtable and other utul outbuildings. Also, a SMALL TKNE11KNT il ^?Thefot'le 51x148 feet, to an alley 17 feet wide. Tkbms : Cash sufficient to deft-ay expenses ?( sale and to pay off a note for $477, with intern from 8th of May, 1888 ; balance on terms to be nude known at the time of sale. P. W. GRUBBS, Truit.-e. Gbcbbs & Williams, Auctioneers. ocil By Wellington Goddlii, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. rpRUSTEE'S SALEOF A PORTION OF JL THAT VALUABLE FARM CALLED "HICKORY HILL," ON THE BROOK TIIKN PIKE TWO AND A HALP MILES NORTH 0? RICHMOND.? By virtue of a deed of trust tota led hy the late John O. Taylor and wife to Loftla N. Ellett and James Ellett, both now dm'**-.! bearing date SSd of December, 1854, duly recorded In Henrico County Court, I shall, aS executor of Loftln N. Ellett, deceased, who survived Jamei Fl lett, the other trustee, proceed to tell At public auc tion, on the prcmlaea, on WEDNESDAY the 8th of October, 1M*, at 4 o'clock P. M., If fair. If net. the first fair day thereafter, that portion of th* HICKORY HILL ESTATE, of which John 0. Taylor died seized, as fronta on the west side of the Brook turnpike, embracing al>out SEVENTY FIVE ACRES, and bounded on the south by the farm formerly owned by the late John to be divided Into two tracts of *7J acres ea<-h, accord ing to a plat and survey to be exhibited at the hoar of sale. These lots lie beantlfully? extendlfifr from tlx turnpike back to the lands of Mr. Martin S. Tay lor, with good building sites on each. They are located In the most desirable neighborhood In Hen rico county, and should attract the at teuton of persons wanting country-seats near to the cltv. By consent or parties, the sale will he one-fourth cash ; balance at four, eight, and twelve months for negotiable notes, Interest added. secured by a trust deed. THOMAS ELLETT, Executor of Loftln N. Ellett, deceased, and trus tee ex qfflcio. oc ? REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. By Hill A Goddln, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. No. isos Main street. fTOR SALE PRIVATELY, A VERV DE X1 SLJi ABLE RESIDENCE ON THIRD STREET NEAR BYRD.? We offer for sale tU DESIRABLE RESIDENCE cn T hird street *? ennd door from Byrd, -containing six medium sized rooms, close's, etc.. wlib gas and water; tae flower garden, etc. For terms, apply to HILL & GODDLN, Real Estate AgenU oc 9? F4w ltoa Main street. By E. D. Eacho, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. Office No. 9 Fourteenth street, between Mala and Franklin. FOR SALE. ? For sale privately a| very deairable FRAMED HOUSK ?ttu-J ated on the north side of Broad street (now luw* occupancy of James H- Feay) between Twenty fourth and Twoaty-lUth Btre?ur. Th* l?t frcnta twenty-4ve feet on Broad street and .runs lack W feet. For terms, 4c., apply to ... E. D. EACHO, oc 31? lw Auctioneer and Real Estate A Kent. J rs ioWB B. 8TEEIL DENTCST,?g& VjT devotes special attention to lius pre-v^cj servatlon of the NATURAL TEKT1I : al?o In serts ARTIFICIAL ONES UPON 60LI) OE VULCANITE In superior style, and at prli<*" low as the same quality of work cho bt) procured elsewhere. Old gold plate taken in exchange. Extracting tee<h. 9L Office No. 7M Main bthut, live door* shore Spotswood Hotel, Richmond, Va- or 11? in JOSEPH WOODWARD, SURGEONi O DENTIST- Established iu 1950. ceived first-class diploma at the Virginia Mechan ic's Institute, !n 1 ?&. f r the bo*t set or artidclal teeth- Continues to make superior work at usual rates, and performs all deutal operations with cam Rooms : No. Til Main street between Sen-nth and Eighth streets. Blchmond, Va. oc l< ? Lm BENTAL NOTICE ? REDUCTION!/? IN THE PRICE OF ARTIFICIAL^!? TEETH ? The undersigned will insert FULL UP* PER or LOWER BETS OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH for TWENTY to THIRTY DOLLAKS A SET. Old gold seU will be taken In rxcluaf* tor new seU on vulcanite at a small addition^ PH4 reaidenc<5 $35 Mala street, betweta . 8ixth.aadS?venthetrevt?. OCl3-^lm JOHN MAIIONY EE. KLOEBER, DENTIST, ^'SgSL ? serta BEAUTIFUL ARTIFlClAL'SHp ETH at TWENTY DOLLAR." per set. I'er feet lit and durability warranted. Call and kc specimens of the work. f J^lcqlaragen^lon devoted to and }>re *TeS? extracts without pain . Dental Rooms, ??? Broad street. oc 1* HdRiES Awp yroiiai AJf HAND AND FOR SALE ANY V/ A No. I LOT OF MULES and1 HoRSES, broke and unbroke, suitable for all purposes, on my usual acc otnmo-t? dating terms. A l#o, for my old eaalpmera. ^ SPLENDID TWO and FOUR-HOBSE W'AGoM>. ofo?JS^uf*e*r*' ** TMTULES AND HORSES.? I have4M* ifJL now on hand twenty-four aadxczx well-broke MULES and roar flue MARKS, ? J of any ojT which I will sell very low, ami on a credit ? thre? or four months, to clo?e oat the lot. Apyiy "wlfr SAXES C JOHWW*. OPBOIA1 HOTICBr- JUST AB-lfc.