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RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14,
THE DISPATCH
BY OOWARDIN & ELLYSON.
CA&n~lXYAKtABLT IN AJJVANCtt.
The DAILY DISPATCH is delivered to SiibfCJi*
otr? at TITTK.KX cents per week, parable to the
M?Tier weekly. Mailed at 0? per annum ; tts for
J E*r *or a shorter period.
The SKMI-WKEKuY DISPATCH at ? per an
ar.m, or ftl.S? for months.
The WEEKLY DISPATCH a; *2 per annum.
KfttCATIOS AI?
M lSfT TAZEWELL'S SCHOOL WILL
commoner its fourth annual session on tl\o
first MONDAY In October, and close the la.std*y
of .lime. .. .....
Circular* containing all requisite Information
c?in be obtained from her>elf aiher residence No.
Til Grace strcoi, Third door below Seventh.
trums ? Pavableone half in advance,
Vrimarv clasMXT session nine months.-.,., fcso 00
ImXr clw per sesMon nine months 40 00
S ?n ?r ?!;"? W ?"?'">"??'? X 2
French p r fession nine months l? 00
?? is? im ? ? ?
At ^THOMAS G. PEYTON and MRS.
\ I . - * x> *, vTT sucW^orfto Mtw ? ccrHin. will
?^rfc'.?? KSfflg"- ""
7 0TK Y.. ? A gentleman of Albemarle
mend. Kev. ?.i . I-"* ?'
Sic. t orrrspo
fUJior of these err tbnu'ii.
se 12- :?t
OHtH'KOE Hll.L ACADEMY, No. 412
S vonlh s.ret-t, between Marshall and Clay.
Vhe ?l\!h -< ?ion of ? i !?> school, for young men and
'> \v, will e.>m;nenc?.' MONl'Av,
continue nine mouths. C irculars at tlu book
?ii'N >. cti-trjre- ? KnclWh and Mathematics tor
?t ; ?v??t n. tire< k and Modern Lan
each, $>10 ; Latin, $5 ; payable strictly la
a<lvapeo S. T. It A Oil ,
so IS? Im Principal.
^Ol'TllKKN FKMALE INSTITUTE,
O KlCHMciM), VA.
The next session of this school will commence
v\ the I- IK ST MONDAY IN OCTOBER and close
on the l>t .luly. l$:i.
A fn!I co ri>< of teacher* has b?>en emplo-red.
Mvlanit 1 i:\kstink Martin, a thoroughly ed i
c\t? d French lady, \\tn< lias taught for eight veirs
ir. tbe best schools of England and New York,
will r? v},),- ; tt t!io Institute and hwe charge of the
French clashes.
The chanre for board has tx.? n reduced for the
next session. L>. LKf. POWELL M. A.,
f c 9? llstO
Principal.
C T. PENDLETON'S ENGLISH,
O. C LASSICAL, AND MATHEMATICAL
SCHOOL, Fourth street between Main and Frank
lin. >e$slou from Monday, >e? teraber 25th. to
.tuIv is:. Rooms on the second floor of a com
fortable brick huihllng. with ample playgrounds.
Special attention paid to the Eugll-h branches.
I k- keeping, Ac. Professor O. A. Krlcssonwiil
attend to classes la German <^r French. Terms
- ?:ne ??*.? heretofore? $35 and f-io per session in pri
mary department. Ac.. &c. se$?lm
CClU>OI. FOR YOFNG LAI>1ES~ AND
ClHI t. 1) K K N.? Miss KATE CL0PTOV,
hnvtnp returned to Richmond, will re op?n her
boot on MONDAY, ? ctober 3, l*7o. In Linden
How. So. W* east Franklin street, between First
:.:id Second streets. The Musical I>> partment will
be under the charge of Mr?. William H. Pow
vii s. formerly Mrs Amelia Hartley.
For circula-N. address M^s KaTF. CLORTON,
??t Mr. Wallace's, corner of Bvrd and Third
-tree's, (iambic's Hill, or Mrs. POV- EKS. at the
sch<?ci-roi<m-'. ati 21? 1m*
r FIIE MISSES OR ATT AN will resume
I the duties of their SCHOOL oh the 3d of OC
TOBFR, on Main near the corner of Third stre< t,
<0. -19. se 7 ? (ltd
MISS V. A. LAWS WISHES TO EN
GAGE MUSIC SCHOl AHt* for the ensuing
session. Early applications a'e de;lred. as lur
arrangements depend on the number of pupils se
curtd." Apply at 409 Clay street, au 15? eodlin*
M
M
RS. B. L. CREW will resume the du*
Mrs of her SCHOOL on the 15:h SEPT KM
BFR. se 7? eod2\v
ELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA
* DIKS ? MiSS MARTHA T. MA V( 1 will re-tune
the duties of her SCHOOL F< >R YOUNG t. A DIES
the FIRST M ?NDAY IN (H'T- BER at So.
SIT north Sixth street Terms, per session of nine
months, for f- nglish branches, *40; French, $20.
se 2? eodtOc3
M RS. SUSAN REEL) WILL RESUME
rHE DUTIES OK HFR frCHlKK* Til K
f t.ST M'">NDAl IN OCTOBEK at residence,
c- rtn-r of Rr^ad and Twenty-eighth streets,
an 22? eoelSt
'GUI RE'S SCHOOL,
FRANKLIN AND ADAMS STREETS.
DlL ^McGCTRE, ! Principals.
O. A. ERICSSON. French and German.
Se ?!on Opens SEPTEMBER 26TH.
For term?. Ac., see circulars, and ar.ply to
prln-ipals tar.' ugh the post-office or at .no Fifth
strett. au 29 ? eod6w
J)OANOKE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Danvillk, Virginia.
Rt \. .J. 15. LAKE and Rev. THOMAS HUME. Jn.,
Principals of Coipgiate Department
Professor A-PRro'l and L v I ? ^ . D nustle De
partment, with sever tl experi nct-d lady te <ehers.
'' l,e se-'-l??n ..pens SE "TlMBIvK 1-ltfu l^u, and
cl-.s*. - JUNE 25th, 1S71
i . ? -cation health} and accessible.
F< r course o' study, terms, Jtc., send for circu
lar :?"> either of the
au 11? eodtSepli PRINCIPALS.
T S. SOU I RE'S C L A S S 1 C A L A N I >
I >. > ?? Gl.ISH s . TIOOL, CORN FK ' F MAIN"
\ND FIRST S 1 K E E T c? OLD STAND.? '1 he
next n will Vgin SEPTEMBER 20, 1-70.
T IliiMS l'Lli M-.S>I<jS. PAYABLE (jUAKTEIiLV :
Beginners in Eiulish ?io oo
A<:v.nce?l English 50 00
Higher English and Mathematics Po f|0
Anni ai Languages, each li> 00
Me .Jem Languages at. Prolessor's charges,
se 5-lin
Q E< >RGETOWN COLLEGE, D. C.
The academic vear of Georgetown College enrn
nieiiccs f>n the FIRST MONDAY OF sEl'TEM
ii> ii and ends In the lirst week of July.
T!." lectures in the medical and law departments
" .1! commeuce in October.
JOll EARLY, S. J., President.
( irctdars containing particulars can be obtained
by ap;.lyui^r to the President. an lg? im
T A NE's SCHOOL,
GRA^E BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD
STREETS.
Tf < fourth se?c!on <J tlds Rehool commences
r? pteinbcr 2(tth. lK7tt, and closes June
3'iJh, 1-71.
B'vinners in spelling and readinic will be ad
iirtted.
^ h ubi the patrnnatre Justify it additional teacli
cr. w ill t>" em pi ?> '-d
JAMES fi. LAN E. A. M., Pr.'neip-tl ;
CIIARLh-a D. MORRIS, Aselat^ut.
se 1? dim '
NI VERSITY SCHOOL,
NO. 109 EIGHTH STREET.
V
TEACHERS t
JOHN M. STKOTHER, M. A. ;
Til )MaS II. NORWOOO,
ROBERT J. P< ? I. L A H ! > .
TIk- sixth session begins MONDAY, Sepkniber
?U 1"7".
Terms. 3c. , same as heretofore.
GJretilars at bookstores.
A.<l<Jrfcss or apply to J??II.V >t. STIte>7 FfKH,
se 7? lin No. S south Fifth street.
ln
iLMARY SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Mns. F. P. H ORSON, Mrs. H. A. WISK, Ju.
'' iit* first session of this School will op'u ou
MONDAY, September 26th 1?7n <?? the corner of
iir.M't' ami s'exenlh st re.'ts, Richuto' d, V,<.
Tiiis Seh .ol is chl-lly rtesi^utd for boys from
? ? \ en t- twelve y< art or" aye. There will be a se
'? ct ??lass <>f more advanced scholars, who will
'live ihe advantage of Latin and VUthematlcs at
tne M.-bool of Mr. J. M. t-TltOTlIKK.
For particulars see circulars, which can be
found ai the bookstores of Mr. <L L. BMgood
<tnd Messrs. W'oodhouse .t Parhatn.
IttrcuKNX'K : Rev Joshua I'e'.erkln. Kev. C.
Minidjcero-ie, Kev. J. E. Edwards, Rev. George
v/oodbrUlge. Kev. M. D. Hoge, Itev. William
Brown, Mr. John M. Stro'lier.
au 13- li'.23.2(!,Sep2 C. &dtl6,.teodto2'l
Richmond vale academy.
- Franklin ttreet Ix-tween Third and Fourth.
The next ses?lon of ti>'s school will commence
th SKPTEMBUi, le><o. Terms Jor scholastic
\ear, payable quarterly ln advance :
l'r imarv Englvsl) $40 CO
Higher VnglTsh 50 ( 0
Higher Knj:lish >-n. I Mathematics no oo
Ancient L jnguageti (e ich) 10 00
Moduru I.ai)guag<.s at Professors' rates.
Fuel 2 50 |
t lrculars at booa tore*.
S. \V. GOOJ)Sf>N,
D. b.DoGGKTT, Jb .
au 22? tO el Principals.
r rlscopX i7jj i g h sen ool,
I ^ FAIKFaX count y. V A
'i'hf twenty-seventh session begins SKl'TKM
B F VI. 1870, and ends JtJN'E 21, 1-71.
Tkkajs Jjiiiso j?er annum. No extras. For cir
culars, a<ldre*s
L. M. BLACKFORD. M- A.. Principal,
a <i 6? lock-box is, Alexandria, Ya.
rriIE next session of THE
1 FEMALE COI-LKGIATK INSTITUTE,
No. 303 TWELFTH SIREET,
.. Rlchtnoiirl, Vs..
wil ><(vl? WKONE -DA Y, S-pteinber 2'. 1S70.
* 1 it< :.:a^h, 4 c., apply f ? the J'rinctpalfL
? I.i'ROY H. KDv/aRI>B,
e . ? . I't I'll A M.
MACON COLLEGE.? Fall
bu )'>? i w,l,??peii on LAST 'AY IN
j. Ay i ' '''itlMwe till LAbT THlJKte
1Jr- DCi,CAK
EUH(,trlO*AL
j^TOHMONO FEMALE INSTITUTE.
( ~ The FtKTKEVTH A NNUA r. ttFS8U\N will be
gin MONl)? Y, Ootoberad, 1870.
The following u-aclKTs, Among others, will be
eng*g?>d :
CHARLKS H. WINSTON, V. A., Moral Phlloflo
phy ?nd English 1 Iteratur* ;
R. a. l.ENVIS, M. i>., Cfemltdry and Natural
Philosophy ;
- , M-ithcmntirc and I,ntln ;
Mns. AN NIK V. Kro- ch;
MI88 V. A. LAW'S, AfM.-tunt lu L*tln andMathe
> mattes ;
'MRS. 1N1 IE G. H A L L O W E L L, Knglleh
branches ;
Miss MAM O. &ATHROP ?nd Miss SUE C.
HOOJt'KR, Prepare ?ry Dcpitriincnt ;
1 Frotessor C. W. T1IILOW i-nd MISS V. A.
| L A NVS Music.
Other branches will be provided for.
| The Institute receive* BOAhxRKB and DAY
! rrt'll.s, and offers to girls and young Indies a
regular svs cmatle course of studv and a fixed
standard of graduation. It* established reputa
tion Ur TfTOROlTGH TEACI1I SG will be maln
t U Vor' ctrculars, with terms, ?*c., apply at the
1 book-store*. or to *he unilerslgtjed. at the Insti
tute CHARLES 11. WILTON.
J SOU ~2w President.
TJXGLISII, CLASSICAL, AND
I J MATII - M vT'C vL SCHOOL,
SO. 109 SEVENTH STREET. BETWEEN
GRACE A Xl? FRANKLIN.
Tl-.e next session will besrln September 20th, 1S70.
Tkkms : Same as heretofore.
Address or apply to
sr U a>y :*M V F0X- A- M
Mil il m. tcck's englisii classi
cal and MATHKMAUCAL SELECT
S HOOL f<;R ROYS, on Church Hill, comer of
Twnty-Nixlh and M streets. Mil "pen MON
DAY, 12th September ; close last of June follow
ing.
Tkkms: Liberal. t--> su't the t'mcs. Six more
pupils will be received. Apply early, fc 14? Iw
MISS STANAKD will rcOpen her school
on the FltST MONDVY IN OCTOBER
ut No. 108 West Grace street. se M~eodt.Oct5
J T AW SCHOOL.
' The Law Department of Richmond College has
! been organized. and t?ie ?chool will be opened on
the 1ST DAY ?>F OCTuREK SEX r.
,f. L. M. CURRY, LL. D. ; Hon. JAMES D.
HALYJ5UKTOX ; and WILLIAM GREEN,
LL. D.. Professors.
Circulars may bo had and further Information
obtained upon application by )*trer or otherwise
to B. PVRYKAR, Esq.. chairman of the Faculty
or to either of the Law Professors at Richmond.'*
au 30? dtOl
MISS S. S. RICHARDSON will resume
the duties of her (SCHOOL on the FIKbT
M< ? Ml) AY IN' OCTOB^.K .-t M*in .street.
Small boya as well as girls will he received.
Frenclfand L?tln taught In thf sch -ol.
For further particulars, apply ai No. 306 Main
street, se 6? im
\r0VSQ LADIES' ACADEMY OF THE
.L VISITATION, MONTF. MARIA,
on Grace street !>? tween Twenty-second and
Twentv-'.hlrd streets,
Richmond. Va.
The du'-if-s of this institution will he resumed on
th- FIRST MoN iAV IN SEP'lEMBEK. For
prospectus of terms application can be made to
the SUPEKRiR* SS of the Academy,
nu 8 dt' >li%eodtFebl
C~C II O O L? EXGLISII, CLASSICAL,
O AND M A T If E M A TICAL,- on Council Cham
ber llill nesrlv opposite Monumental church.
This school will reopen on MONDaY, September
lftth.
Prompt attendance is de-lred of those intend
ing to t?e members.
Circulars at Messrs. Bidtrood'e andWoodhouse's
bookstores. E. W. C^NE. A. M?
se 3 ? !iw Principal.
A. K. YANCEY. .In., Principal;)
W. I. 'Til am Tit., > Instructors.
HUGH CRAIG, A. M., )
The next session comrocnces September 15, 18*0,
and closes June 15, 1S71.
Tue Pripclpil aud his associates are graduates
respectively of tbc* Virginia 1'nlverslty and of
Cambridge,' England, and are teachers of large ex
perience.
Terms : Tuition, board, fuel, lights, and wash
ing. for entire session, $250.
References : Faculty of University of Vir
ginia and former patrons of the school.
Add re --<s A. K YANCEY, Jr.,
j v is. 2m Greenwovid Depot, Va.
RIDGE SCHOOL.
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA.
r- SvSEf HjJtE k -aci).
T\T A. WALSH & CO.
M ? 50 barrels NiiKTH CAROLINA GROtrS
II EU KINGS,
10 box*? PRIME CHEESE.
15 tubs FRESH G<'SIJF.N BUTTER,
5 hogsheads I'OKTQ KICO SUGAR,
Extra aud Supertlue Flour: Government Java, La
guayrs, *nd Klo Codecs ; Black, Gunpowder, and
Imperial Te>s. b?9-1w
N
E \V GOODS! M:W GOODS!
W'e are now receiving !n store, at the last decline
in prices,
5" hogshead" HA COX SI Dies
5o hogsheads BACON ShiiuLUKRS,
loo Jul it* Is IJx.FI * EI) fcCGARS,
50 h>>gfh-ad< I'ORTO RICO SUGARS,
100 bar/els <'OMf?"N SY^Ul'S,
5o birrelri FIVE SYRUPS,
2oo haps KlO COFFEE,
100 baps L :? GUAYR A CCFFF.E,
lo tierces SUGAR-CUrtED IUMS,
20 tierces CA-SA'fD'S LARD,
lc<? hox?f LAKD, in this;
S 'O sicks LI\ ERI'OcL SALT,
100 barrels .NEW MACKEREL.
All for sale at low prices.
serf? 2\v II aRYEYS A WILLIAMS.
pIIOICE GROCERIES, &c.
CHEESE? Edam, Pineapple, and Factory ;
No. 1 V *CK* REL (verv large),
I'R BSERV1NG SlJG A US.
VINEGAR and SPICFS for pickling,
a PPLE BR ? NDY for peachei,
Fresh CR ACKERS.
The cclebr ttcd ALBERT BISCUIT at 75c. per
box. recti vlnp for sale by
se S SHIELDS & CARY.
Desirable groceries.
300 'mifs RIO COFFEE, fair to choice :
loo pockets OTJ) GOVERN MENT JAV A,
100 baps CHOICE LAUUAYRA.
50 hotheads PoRTO RICO SUGARS,
roo barrels REFINED SUGARS,
BROOMS,
BUCKETS,
MATCHES.
HERRINGS,
STARCH.
BI CARB. SODA,
500 SIDES SOLE LEATHER, with general
assortment of desirable GOODS at lowest rates.
Receiving fi?r sale by
se 7 S. C. TaRDY & CO.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.
O QUEEN CHOP and GOLD CHOP GUN
POWDER TEAS.
ARABIAN COFFEE.
Th^se GOODS are very i are and desirable,
se 7 S. C. TARDY A CO.
TTrORTiJINGTON'S SALT in store for
f T sale by GORDON & CRINGAN,
se 3 Pearl Block.
XTORTH CAROLINA CUT AND FAM
1LY ROE HERRINGS for sale bv
GORDON A CRINGAN.
Bt. 3 Pearl Block.
M~ OLASSES and SYRUPS of various
urtuk-s for sale bv . __
se3'" GORDAN A CRINGAN.
T7IYE HUNDRED BUSHELS TIMO
L THY *EB I) (new crop) lor fl%)e by
se 1 d.wAswim . Al.iiSON it A^.'DISON.
t nnn bushels orchard grass,
1 ?' /UU 300 bushels HERDdGRASS,
' ' loo bufliels CLOVER SEED,
Dse 1-Xv!vs Willi ALLISON & ADDISON.
(f HI fc'ESE.? T?0 boxes strictly PRIME
vV FACTORY CHEESE ju*t received on cou
blk't'ineir. For sale by
iiu -JO ROBE ^.T F. WILLIAMS & CO.
VIRGINIA HAMS AND PINEAPPLE
V C'WEtSE.
au 22 WILLIAM G. DANDR1DGE A CO.
T7RESH G REEX AND BLACK TEA.
F Kr< Mi ALMoNDi PKC \N NU'IS, KAlSlNS,
and PRESERVED GINGER.
WILLIAM G. DANDlt'DGE A CO..
au 22 827 Broad street.
/1IDER VJNE(iAlt, five gallons lor $3 ;
V_> All the PI. KLIN'G SPICES,
WHITE APPLH BRANDY for fruits,
H'KAK-'S FRUIT-PRESERVING SOLU
TION,
SM Kh D BEEF, lt 'L' GNA SAUSAGE,
LONDON CRACKERS, &c.
an 13 J. B. ku.D. 717 Broad street.
SUGAR for preserving,
SPICKS for picklintf.
V/N" EGA R for ple.klinp.
BPEAHS'S ERUiT-PRESERVING SOLU
TION, for iah' bv
WILLIAM H. TATUM.
au IS 506 Broad street.
2X IIALF-BARRELS NEW FA3IILY
f) MACKEREL,
25 hair-btrrcls new EASTERN HERRINGS,
50 barrel*. N". 1 raw NORTH CAROLINA
HERRINGS.
jv 16 WAGGONER & HAP VP Y.
KA BARRELS REFINED SUGARS,
9j\) K'O bxge prime RIO COFFEE,
CO bags L AG U AYR A COFFEE.
Jy Id WAGGONER & HARVEY.
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS
XTl BAN'KI G A> D INSURANCE CoMPA
N Y.. .Books of PUbKcrlptlon to the capital stock of i
lh? MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS MoK- '
D-G AN j. I-KUHA^CE COMPANY will bit
open-don Mt?N??AY. 2Cth '?eptember, l#7o, at the
oiflc ot Edward Cohen, at the southwest corner of
Main and Fouit< enth sireets, Richmond, Va.
By order of the Corporators. i
JAMEB H. GARDNER, I
?h ao? taothSep Chulrwau.
WEDNESDAY... .SEPTEMBER 14, 1870.
' f I
TT1E CIRCULATION OF TIIE DltFATCH '
T* LARCK.R THAN THE COMBINED CIR
CULATION OF ALL THE OTHER DAILY
NEWSPAPERS OE THE CITY.
AUCTION 8A3LK8 THIS DAY.
LEE & GODDIN will sell at 6 P. M. a neat
framed tenement on Catharine and Hancock
streets, and ten or twelve building lota con
tiguous.
GRUBB8 A WILLIAMS will sell at 5 P. M. two
very handsome building lots at the corner of
Third and Byrd streets, Gamble's Hill.
LOCAL MATTERS.
? " y
The JIaunstein Affaiu? Thb Felony
Casks Continued until OcTOBEB.?At the
opening of the Hustings Court yestenlny
Judge Guigon gave his decision upon the
motion to quush the indictments for conspi
racy against Messrs. .-(Jhaboon, Sands, and
Sunxny. It was that the accused had aright
to avail themselves of the statute of limita
tions, the misdemeanor having been com
mitted more than twelve months before the
indictmcnt was found, lie also decided that
either a motion to quash or a demurrer
could be used to effect the object. He there
fore quashed the indictment against C ba
lloon, Sands, and Sanxay.
Governor Wise then moved that Bowden
be discharged, inasmuch as the indictment
in the other cases had been declared invalid.
He spoke at some length in support of the
motion, and said that bis client was ready
to prove his innocence before a jury.
lie was followed by Colonel Jenkins, who
also protested the innocence of 31r. liow
den, and moved bis discharge.
After considerable debate, the Common
wealth's attorney said that, having heard
the evidence in the case of Bowden, he did
not lie>itate to say that there was no evi
dence against himi and he would therefore
move a nolle prosequi .
General Wise hero rose and said that if
tho nolle prosequi was entered on the ground
that the evidence was merely insufficient,
he preferred not to take the benefit of the
nolle prosequi. lie desired to be tried in
order that a jury might pass upon the issue
of his honorable acquittal. And he took
occasion to add that Mr. Bowden not only
defies any past or existing finding of a grand
jury, and" all evidence which can be adduced
under any finding now existing against him,
but he de'fies any proof or testimony which
can be brought before the grand jury, now
sitting. If compelled to accept a nolle pro
sequi, he has no moans of resistiug or re
fusing it ; but under 110 circumstances will
he assume the odious attitude of a State's
witness. If compelled to testify, he must ;
but he is no volunteer witness, and defies
accusation and prosecution.
Mr. Bowden was thereupon discharged,
and gave bail in the sum of $2,000 for his
appearance as a witness in the Chahoon
case.
Mr. "Wise (attorney for the Common
wealth) then announced that in pursuance
of an agreement made between himself and
the counsel for the accused, the cases of
Chahoon, Sands. and Sanxay, on the in
dictments for felony, would "be continued
until the next term.
Governor Wells (of counsel for Chahoon)
explained that this action was taken be
cause, having reason to believe that the
case of his client would not be gone into
this term, 110 witnesses for the defence had
been subpn?ned. lie thanked the Common
weal! h's attorney for favoring him bv a con
tinuance.
Mr. Young fas counsel for Mr. Sands)
stated his willingness to proceed at once
with the case of that gentleman, but the
Commonwealth's attorney having expressed
a desire to try Chahoon first, he would con
sent to let the case of Sands go over till Oc
tober.
The prisoners then renewed their bail,
and the witnesses were recognized for their
appearance on Wednesday, October 5th.
Police ContT, Tuesday ? Justice J. J.
White presiding. ? The following cases wero
disposed of yesterday :
The continued cases of Mary Melton tor
abusing and threatening Joseph Tolker,
and Tolker for retaining twenty-five cents
of Mary Melton's money and abusing and
threatening her, were investigated, and the
parties lined $2.50 each.
Polly Hayes (colored), charged with steal
ing tso in currency, the property of Bettv
Bouldin (continued case), was again up, and
discharged for want of sufficient eviaeuce.
Pleasant Dabney (colored), up on the
charge of stealing "a coat valued at $12 from
James Wooldridge, was discharged.
Ann Tyler (colored), up for assaulting
and striking TomScgar, a netman employed
by the dog-catchers, was discharged.
"The case of Harry Bland, charged with
trespassing on the" premises of~John S.
Stubbs, refusing to leave when ordered to
do so, and threatening to strike him, was
continued until to-morrow.
Anderson Scott, an idiotic-looking co
lored boy who was sent to Powhatan county
some time since, was again picked up by
the police yesterday and sent to jail.
F
Committed for Trial.? A mulatto wo
man named Catharine Randall was before
the police court yesterday to answer for the
murder of her child. .She was picked up
on the street by policeman Hicks on the 24tli
of last month, and being in a very feeble
condition, was sent to the Almshouse.
Subsequently the charge of iufantieide was
brought against hex-, but she was not well
enough to appear in court until yesterday,
when, on examination, she was sent on for
indictment. Bail being refused, she was
committed to jail.
Trial op Civil Causes.? The Police Jus
tice will hereafter hold his court for the
trial of civil causes every Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. The public having business in
said court will please take notice of the
change.
Delegates to thb Southern Commer
cial Convention.? .Mr. J. J. English, pre
sident of the Council, having been autho
rized by that body to appoint delegates to
represent the city of Richmond in the
j Southern Commercial Convention of Cin
cinnati, has made the following appoint
ments :
I David I. Burr (chairman), Thomas W.
MeCance, William 13. Isaacs, John H. Mon
tague, John A. Sloan, Franklin Stearns,
Thomas Branch, Horace L. Kent, J. C.
Shields, L. H. Frayser, Stephen Putney, A.
\V. .Nolting, Robert J. Christian, Alexan
der Cameron, D. C. Mayo, James P. Co
wardiu, R. E. Blankinship, T. H. "Wynne,
Charles M. Wallace, Joseph Hall, Oscar
Crauz, T. W. Pemberton, E. M. Alfriend,
James Woodhouse, Jacob Hall, E. J. Levy, j
William II. Wade, William E. Tanner,
Charles E. Whitlock, M. Rosenbaum, Wil
liam English, A. Y. Stokes, T. Frick.
The Convention meets on the 4th of Oc
tober.
Any of the gentlemen appointed who find
it impossible to attend the Convention are
requested to notify the President of the
Council in order that alternates may be
named in time to secure their attendance.
Councilman Qualified.? On yesterday
morning Mr. M. L. Strauss, member of the
City Council from Monroe Ward, appeared
before Mayor EJlyson and qualified by sub
scribing to the usual oaths of office. Mr.
Strauss was elected on Monday evening to
lill a vacancy occasioned by the failure of
M. II. Merrlman to qualify within the time
specified by the city charter, and was an
efficient member of the " enabling act
Council." ? _____
Appointments for Marion.? The follow
ing appointments have been made for Ma
rion, Smyth countv :
Mayor: James H. Gilmore. Councilmen:
H. C*. Stevens, J. fl. Francis, J. Preston
Shert'ev, John S. Slater, W. C. Severs, and I
J. W. Fell. I
Notary.? James W. Johnson, of Fau
quier, hua been appointed a notary public.
Bishop Magill's Address to the Cos- i
gkegation of St. Peter's.?' The return of
Bishop Magill to Richmond was chronicled
in our issue of yesterday. The crowded
state of our columns precluded the publi
cation of the following sketch of his highly
interesting address, delivered at 8t. Peter's
cathedral on Sunday morning before a large
congregation.
The Bishop said that in comingback home
he was glad to be once more in the midst of
his people. While he had been gone Provi
dence had been favorable to him in preserv
ing him from the perils incident to travel, and
he might, perhaps, attribute this mercy to
their good prayers with those of others. It
had yet pleased God to visit us with afflic
tions in toe death of two zealous fathers of
the Church (Fathers Plunkett and Yander
plast.) He alluded to their zeal in the min
is?try, and paid a feeling tribute to their many
virtues. He had also been pleased to visit
him with an affliction of the loss of his right
eye, but He had mercifully preserved him
the other.
In former times a bishop, m returning
from a Council, was expect ea to give an ac
count to his people of what had happened,
but in these days he was in a measure ex
empted from this by the facilities afforded
by the telegraph. The only difficulty was
I to tell what was true among go many re
; ports. Catholics, as a general thing, could
j distimruish from a knowledge of their reli
gion what was true ; but there were many
who were ignorant, and might be deceived.
He had gone to Europe in obedience to
the call of the Holy Father to attend the
Council. The reasons for the calling of the
Council were then given. It had up to the
time of his leaving been engaged in consid
ering the relations between science and
faith, and reason and revelation. After he
had left, the question of infallibility had
been defined. The Bishop explained the
j reasons of his leaving Rome? on account
I principally of his health. He further en
i tered into an explanation of infallibilty as
being a preservation accorded to the Head
of the Cnureh on earth from teaching error
in doctrine and morals. It was a preroga
tive in regard to his teaching, and not in re
gard to his actions. It was not impecca
bility- , but simply a protection against error
in official teaching.
| This preservation from error was not a
new belief started now, but was an old be
lief which has now been made an article of
Faith.
i All article? of Faith were definitions of
[ what had already been believed as belong
ing to the deposit of revelation, and would
not be defined if not already believed. Tbat
; this was believed was shown by the respect
| which the Church had manifested for the offi
cial teachings of tbe Head, as was proved by
the history of the Church. This teaching was
necessary for the people, for there were no
opinions, however ridiculous, that would
not find some advocates ; and it was neces
sary for Almighty God to place on earth
some tribunal by* which men could know
the truth in religion, and he called liis
Church the pillar and ground of the truth,
and therefore the chief teacher of the
Church, who has to confirm hi-* brethren,
should be preserved himself from falling
into error in his teaching.
If, after so many centuries, this belief is
made an article of faith, we have to find the
cause in what is called Gallicanism, which
sought to elevate bishops to a level with the
Head of the Church, and required his teach
ing to be approved by the bishops ; and
thus, when his decisions were given, they
, would appeal to a general council instead
I of obeying. Now, since this matter is de
fined by the Church, no one who is a Catho
lic can refuse to believe this doctrine, and
the decision of the Holy See is declared by
the Council of the Vatican to be irreforma
ble, and not to need the approbation of the
. blsuops of the Church.
Jn conclusion, the Bishop referred with
1 much feeling to the many changes death
1 had wrought in the congregation and in the
; city in the short time he' had been absent,
; and drew the moral of preparation for that
, future state of which we were being con
stantly warned.
Meeting of Frenchmen and French
Sympathizers.? At a meeting held last
I night at the City Hall by a large number of
{ our citizens to give expression to their
sympathy for the French nation in her pre
I sent struggle with Prussia, the following:
. resolutions were unanimously adopted :
" Whereas we learn with profound re
1 gret that the soil of France is invaded by
' the troops of tin; German Confederation, j
I under the nominal leadership of William,
1 King of Prussia, actuated and directed by
his Prime JVlini>ter, Bismarck, that mar
vellous intriguer : and
" Whereas that in the defence of historic,
; civilized, and civilizing France from such
| degradation, spoliation, sacrilege, cruelties,
j and all the other attendant enormities of
' foreign invasion, many of the noblest and
most chivalrous sons of France have been
j either killed or wounded ; and
"Whereas this meeting entertains none
other than sentiments of kindness and re
gard for the German people, but do sympa
thize with France as the mother of reli
gious, international, and universal liberty,
and contemn the house of Branderburg as
the representative of traditional feudal des
potism ; therefore l>e it
" Resolved, That, while deploring the
unfortunate and untimely contest, we,
Frenchmen and descendants of French
men, do hereby openly express our sympa
thies with the "Motherlaud in this the hour
ol her trial.
'? Resolved, That the portion of this
. meeting which is not French, but who do
! sympathize with France (without regard to
1 nationality or creed, but remembering La
fayette,) although rendered poor and tor
lorn by recent internal dissensions, will
cheerfully unite with their fellow-citizens
of French birth and origin in contributing
the widow's mite ? the best they can ? to
ward the aleviation of the wants and sutl'er
ings of the soldiery of France.
i( Resolved, That in consideration of the
active and material aid extended to this
country by France in 17TG? in the darkest
hour of her struggle for liberty? we hail it
both as a duty and a pleasure to extend the
hand of welcome to the new French Re
j public, and to send across the Atlantic the
message God speed ! in the glorious work
she has commenced, and to express the
hope that the work will go on until not a
vestige of despotaacp rem:iin> to disgrace
v? ,
her consecrated and that they will
persevere in their efforts until all Europe
shall become one vast sisterhood of repu
blics.
Resoloed , That it is our prayer to see
peace restored with amity among the peo
ples and nationalities, and no diminution,
disgrace, or humiliation, to any of the bel
ligerents."
Pending the adoption of the above reso
lutions, Mr. J. Harmer Gilmer was called
upon, and made a most eloquent and im
partial speech. Ilis remarks abounded
with stirring allusions, and were received
with applause.
Messers. Mc3fahon and A. Moise, Jr., ad
dressed the meeting.
After which, a motion requesting the
press of the city to publish the proceedings
of the meeting was carried.
The meeting then adjoiu ned.
Patriotic Children.? In the columns of
our German papers an appeal appeared from
several patriotic girls to all German chil
dren asking them to or<?anize for the pur
pose of contributing their share in the sup
port of the orphans of German soldiers
killed in the pending war between France
and Prussia.
The organization took place on Monday
afternoon at the residence of Captain Ly
brock. 205 Clay street, and it was resolved
to hold a fair for the purpose indicated,
commencing on October 1st, in Schott's
Monticello Hotel.
Roller-Seating. ? This innocent and
agreeable amusement is still attracting large
crowdaat St. Alban's Hall, corner of Main
and Third streets. The reader will find wi
der the head of amusements a letter from
Dr. L. P. Yaudell, Sr., of Louisville, Ky.,
commending the healthfulness of roller
skating ; also, a letter from Bishop Mclntyre
commending tills innocent exercise.
Unmailablb Letters in the Richmond
Post-Office September 14.? H. Richardson,
Furmville, Va.; TUlie M. White, city. ri? v
? * V
The City CoLLEcroR8nn\? At the meet
in'; of the Council on Monday evening, as
stated in our report of the proceedings of
that body, a resolution was passed removing
Mr. William B. Davidson from office as City
Collector and designating Mr. Charles M.
Pleasants an his successor. Yesterday morn
ing, armed with this resolution, Mr. Plea
sants went to Mr. Davidson and demanded
possession. Mr. Davidson declined, stating
that he was still Collector under the law,
and he still continues to exercise the duties
of the office.
Later in the day Mr. Davidson re?eived
two other communications, neither of
which has so far had the effect con
templated by the Council. The one was
from the Auditor, directing him to pay over
to the City Treasurer all money in Ms
hands belonging to the city, and to deliver
to the Auditor all unpaid tax bills in his
possession. The other was the notice
which the City Clerk is required by the 27th
section of the charter to serve upou a per
son removed from office, whereby the latter
is directed to turn over to his successor all
: papers, books, and other property belong
ing to the city, in his possession.
If this requirement is not complied with
within ten (lays after its date the offender is
subject to a fine of $500.
It will be remembered that Mr. Davidson
was elected to the office which he now holds
. by the Council appointed by the Governor
' under the enabling act. Mi*. Pleasants was
elected by the people at the general election
on the fourth Thursday in May. Each is
sustained in liis claim by high legal autho
rity.
Culvert Tax. ? Attention is called to an |
advertisement of the City Engineer on this
subject.
Tribute of Respect.? The funeral of
Reuben S. Long took place from the Broad
Street Methodist church yesterday. The
escort consisted of Syracuse Lodge No. 5,
Knights of Pythias, 107 strong, and by 80
j members of Pocahontas Tribe of Red >Ien.
City Collector? opinion of Mr. 7?. t. Da
niel ?The Council of the city lias " resolve'! that
W 1111am B Davidson be removed from the office
or City Collector." The resolution by lta terras
, concedes that tills officer Is In office, tor It pro
: fesses to remove htm. The Council does not pos
i seis the power It has attempted to exercl?e.
I The general power to remove city officers from
: office Is not conferred by the charter on the Coun
cil, and where It lias that power It c \n be exercised
arbitrarily (hs was attenuated In this present cise)
only wh?re the Council makes the appointment
under the charter. By the eleventh section " all
officers appointed by the Council may be removed
at Its pleasure,'1 But the Council did not appoint
i Mr. Davidson, and has no powet to appoint a City
| Collector.
j The only Instances In which the charter pro
, vldes for the removal of the City Collector Is
where he falls to "adjust his accounts with the
I Auditor, " and If a balance be In his hands due the
I city, fails "to pay over such balance to the Trea
I surer"; In which case the Auditor mu3t make
j report of the delinquency to the Mayor, who shall
at once suspend htm from office "and proceed
' forthwith to institute the necessary proceedings
for his removal from office." J-ection 35.
By section 50 the Collector is not to keep the
money of the city In Ills hands beyond the neces
' sary time f >r paylnir 1'. Into the treasury. "Any
; violation of this provision shall subject him to
' immediate removal from office." "In case of Ills
removal, a suitable person shall be appointed by
the City Council to till said office until his suc
cessor shall be elected and qualified at the next
election held In the c'ty " These sections em
brace all ti e authority of removal of the City Col
lector conferred by the charter, and do not em
brace the case of Mr. Davidson.
I R. T. Danikl.
Important to Country merchants. -The
old and reliable housmfO. II. Chalklky A Co.,
Thirteenth street, hive a larice stock of sole
leather, calf-skins, peg?, thread, shoe-last*, and
Bhoe-ilndlngs of every description. Also alar/re
st-ckof Strait's and Tanners' Oils which the-v
are selling at lowest market rates. If i? want we
would advise you to give them a call.
That Beautiful Building Lot at the cor
LCr of Third und Byrd streets, Gamble's Hill, will
he sold to-day jit 5 1*. M. by Messrs. Grubbs A
WilU:ims.
?T. B. Wat kins, No. liu Main street, having
his new machinery for the manufacture of kind
ling and cooking-wood in full operation, solicits
orders for It and for all kinds coal and coke, at the
lowest prices.
We arc indebted to Mr. M. G. Delarue for a
waiter of oysters on the half shell and the neces
sary "fixing," which were pronounced very fine.
The ORDER OF THE Day A general order for
SOZOCONT. In the TEETH of all opposition It has
become the supreme dentrillce of the age. No
impurity can Infest the teeUi cleaned dully with
SOZODONT. Qiiillay, the bark of the Chilian sioap
Tree, an article which possesses cleansing pro
perties superior to those of any other known sub
stance, Is one of the Ingredients of this peerless
compound J-ozodont Is the only dentrillce In
existence in which this salubrious botanical pro
duct Is incorporated.
"Spalding's Glue," handy about the house,
mends everything.
The Prettiest woman in New York. Miss K ? ,
well known In our fashionable society lor her<ij.*
tingtte appearance and beautiful complexion, was
once a sallo*v, rough-skinned girl, chagrined at
her red, freckled face. She pitched into Hagtn's
Magnolia Balm, and Is now as pretty In com
plexion as she is charming in manners. This arti
cle overcomes freckles, tan, aallowness, moth
patches, rintr-marks. etc., and makes one look ten
years younger than they are. Magnolia Balm for
a transparent complexion, and Lyon's Kathairon
to make the hair plentiful, luxuriant, soft, and
delicate, have no rivals. The Kathairon prevents
the hair from turning gray, eradicates dandruff,
and Is the best and cheapest dcessiug In the world.
Go to E. B. Spence A Son's, 1300 Main street,
for a good litre of cloths, good cutters, a good fit,
and good workmanship.
Ready- made Clothing, in endless variety and
quantity, and of all grades, and at various prices,
at F. B. Spence A Son1*, No. 1300 Main street.
"The Three Brothers," "Loved not Wisely,
hut Too Well," the " Woman of Business ; " re
sult, the "Young Duke" and the "Lady of the
Ice " became " Man and Wife." All? heir friends
are rrquested to call on them at ELLTSON & TAY
LOR'S, 1116 Main stmt.
Paper Collars Innumerable, under clothing
in quantities, ne k-tles in great variety, at E. F.
Spence A SON'S, No. 1300 Main street.
Cheapest Y et? You can get good Envelopes,
with your card printed on them, for only $3 per
thousand, at Dispatch Printing-House.
H. W. Watkins, agent for Watklns A Brother,
office south side Kasln between Tenth and Ele
venth streets, Is selling a very superior lot of Oak
Wood and Forest Pine at the following rates : Oak
wood, sawed and split, at $3.50 per cord; pine
wood, sawed and split, at jsfl per cord ; oak wood,
sawed, at |6 per cord ; pine wood, sawed, at $0
per coriL
Printing for Candidates.? Candidates for
ofilce can have their cards, circulars, handbills,
etc., printed promptly and at low prices at the
Dispatch printing-home.
Printing.? Plain, colored, and fancy print
ing executed with neatness and at low rates at
Dispatch Printing Hout=e.
h-'cnooL Circulars ? AH kind-; of school circu
lars, reports, Ac., executed at the Dispatch ofilce
as cheap as the cheapest.
Old Paters, In packages of one hundred or
more, for 6ale at the Dispatch counting-room.
M. Ellybon a Co. will insert advertisements in
the principal newspapers La Virginia, North Caro
lina, Tennessee, and tho northern cities, at pub
lishers' rates, for cash. %pplv at thli office*
BOlBDim
PERMANENT AND DAY BOARD
X J V G. -MBS. ROHCOiS HMvTHwJU be re ciy
<n the i ?t or u^tobcr to receive b,>tfc Pkkma
i' XI and D \Y ttOAitJJKKb at her house, >o,
013 Mata Mrect. la ihe mem timu appUun ion
may be made to her on th? premises. The house
been tftoropghJy repaired. se lJ?eodtrg
BEE uS, 627 .Main street. can a c
ItJL commodate a few more BOARDERS on mod*
eraioUtfom. * U_5t* '
SABLNE IS1E1WGESG15,
rllNlATTTRK ALMA VAC, SEPTEMBEB14. WO. ]
dun rises.. ........... 5 49 (ttOOB rt'C*. 8 50
I ^na Set3 g,n Hlgl: watvr 7.o7
POET OK BICHMONi* SErTSMBBJ&lJ, 187?.
aJIRIVED
Steamer John Sylvester. Gtfford, Norfolk, mert
chairilse and passengers, L. 15. Tatum
Steamer Empire, Hunter, Philadelphia, mer
chandise and passengers, W. P. Porter.
Schooner Alice Curtis Cook, Baltimore, phos
phate, Southern Fertilizing Company.
^chconer Chirles Miller, Pryor, New lork,
bone-dust, S. Ilnncer.
^chooner Hattle Coombs, Jameson. Rockland,
lime, A. S. Leo.
Schooner M. E. Elliott, Buell, Baltimore, lum
ber, James Gunn.
SAILED. . ,
Steamer Isaac Bell, Blakeman, New York, mer
chandise and passengers. John W". Wvatt.
Schooner Osceola, Clegg, Petersburg, ice, Cur
rle A Co.
Schooner T. J. TnlL, Cooper, Georgetown,
staves, Curtis & Parker.
Schooner h. Nichols, Dupity, Stamford, Conn.,
merchandise, Curtis & Parker.
BEIOW.
Steamtuir Ludlow, with schooners H. G. Ely,
Bee, and Travers, in tow for Richmond.
rfKMOHAJTDA.
Wept Point, September 13 \rrlved, steamer
State of Virginia, Freeman, Baltimore, merchan
dise and passengers, York River Railroad Com
pany. and Hilled return.
ACQL'IA Ckekk, S? ptember 13.? Arrived, steamer
Ironsides, Mavo. Baltimore, merchandise a?d
passengers, Richmond Fredericksburg and Pcti>
mnc Railroad, and sailed on return.
.<DHFP<; h.
For phi l a d e lphi a.#
? Steamer EMPIRE, Captain IlUN-J
tkb, v/lU reccive freight for the aoove i>??rt I
cheaper than by anv other roote till THUR^? |
DAY, 15th Instant, at 12 o'clock. Freight taken |
for New Orleans and for .Norfolk at low rates.
W. r. PORTER, Agent,
se 14? 2t No. 2425 Dock street.
TTiOK NEW YORK.? The Old
-T Dominion Steamship Company's.
elegant side-wheel steamship MAGAKA, Cap
tain Blackwood, will leave her wharf at Uocxetta
on FRIDAY, September iflth, at 5 o'clock P. M,
Freight received nntil 4 o'clock P. M. Fare, ?12;
steerage, $6 ; rouud-trlp tickets, $20. For freight
or passage, apply to
JOHN W. WY ATT, Agent,
se 14 ? 3t N o. 3 Governor street.
FOR BALTIMORE. ? Steamer AJ33L. .
STATE OF MARYLAND wmSS2fiSK
leave her wharf HIUkSDAY, September isttr. ai 6
o'clock A. M. Freight received up to 7 o'clock P.
M. WEDNESDAY. For freight or passage ap
plyto WILLIAM P. BRETT,
se 14 -2t Agent.
Notice to shippers.?
The boats o' the JAVfES RI-g5SS!^f^>
VffiR AND KASAWBA CANAL COMPANY
will leave the dock *s usual promptly it 12 V on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS.
Freight and tolls on zoods for Lynchburg and
oeyond collected on de livery, or prepaid, at the
jption of the shipper. Every facility possible will
0e afforded consignees, but no obligation Is as
sumed to deliver down freight elsewhere than at
<nv oQce on the. Dock without special agreement, '
freight will not hp delivered till charges arf
paid.
Boats locked and Insured,
de 11 EDWARD DILLON. A gen to
MEETINGS.
SPECIAL MEETfJNG OF STOCK- 1
O HOLDERS.? A special meeting of the stock
holders of the RICHMOND, FREDERICKS-'
BUKCl ANO POTOMAC RAILROAD COM
PANY will be held at the office of the company, In
the city of Richmond, on TUESDAY the llih day
of October, 1870, at 12 o'clock M.
By order of the President and Directors,
s ? lo-.dtd J. B. WINSTON, Feeretarv.
ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD
ijLOF PUBLIC "WORKS', August 20, 1870. It was
ordered that a general meeting of the STOCK
HOLDERS' of the Richmond and York River Rail
road Company be called to meet In Richmond, at
the company's office, on TUESDAY the 4th Octo
ber nex'. at 12 o'clock V.
Truecopy: THOMAS H. DkWITT,
Secretary Board of Public Works,
au 31? 3t:iwtd
BESTACRAKTS.
OYSTERS, OYSTERS.? OYS
TERS in every style c.tn be had at'
I > E L A R If h ' S. No. 23 Fourti euth
street, opposite the Exchange Hotel, wuoi
and retail. Families supplied.
M. G. DEL A RUE,
General Agent for York Fiver, Ware Kiver, Back
River, Severn Klvgr, Nansemond River, and
othtr favorite Oystere. seii-.iw
ZE T E L L E.? Autumn has
come with hvr golden iruits *nd
all the perfection of her bountiful
gifts. ZkTEL/LE has supplies of
all varieties of both necessaries and luxuries pe I
oull^r to the season, whetlier yielded by sea or
laud, of all latitudes, from the lakes to tb? tropics.
He Invites friends ;ind strangers visiting the cliy
to call and test his board ; also hta BAH, which Is
supplied with the very best LIQUORS and MINE
RAL WATERS. No bar In the United States has
better. ZEXKLLtfc, \
No. 1204 tfaln street.
P. S..-SORA EVERY DAY. sejJ_
7RESH OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY I
a' MULLKN'S,
c 5? lm Eighth and Broad streets.
TF YOU WANT GOOD ALE GO TO
1 MULLEN'S,
se 5--lm Eighth and Bro.td streets.
TF YOU WANT GOOD EATING YOU
i cin get It at MUL EN'S,
se 5? lm Eighth and Broad streets.
I
SAlLfi
Ij^OR SALE, a four-year old
COLT, by Do6weH'u Planet, out of a_
line-bred mare ; warranted sound and gentie ;
broke to saddle and harness. Can be seeu at
BASa'S ST A ULES, on Franklin 6trett between
Eighteenth aud Nineteenth.
The above Colt has never been used for stock
purposes. se H-4t?
For sale, 2,000 sets oak head
IN'GS for flour barrels, nicely turned and J
plane *, and seasoned readv for use.
GaLLEgO FERTILIZING COMPANY,
ee 14? 3t corner Twelfth and Cary streets.
LOHiASoroiim
LOST, on yestcrdav morning, a
SMALL BLACK and TAN;
PUPPY (female). It had on a collar witn u am .11
brass lock, it was last seen on Seventeenth street,
where a boy was offering It for sale. A liberal re
ward will be paid for her If left at
W. H. JENKINS'S Saloon,
se 14? it* opposite the Old Market.
STRAYED OR STOLEN from my]
O lot on Church Ilill, about ten days ago.L ?
iny mcdium-slz';d REI) COW. she has long
!ir>rns and large head ; was giving about o:i<j and a i
half gallons of milk. 1 will give a liberal reward j
for her return to me. T. C. BRENT,
se 13 - 2t* Marshall aud Twenty-nluth ttreeta.
TO TAX-PAYERS.
TO TAX-PAYERS.? Mr. WILLIAM B.
DAVIDSON h?vlng been removed from ofilcc ,
by the City Council. I hereby warn all person*
against paying taxes to said Davidson, as no such
payment will be recognized by me.
C. M. I'LEASANTS,
se 14 ? 2t* Collector City Taxes.
gARGS'S DISTILLED
AND CHEMICALLY PURE
GLYCERINE,
IN POUND AND HALF-POUND BOTTLES,
Just received and for sale by
PURCELL, LADD & CO.,
Druggists,
se 14 No. 1218 Main 6trect.
Leather,
LEATHER,
LEATHER.
LEATHER,
ALL KINDS',
for gale at the lowest market . rates by
O. H. CHALKLKY & CO..
so 1A_2t Thirteenth street.
o nnn sides sole leather.
9 UrP KB LRvAl? KIP SKINS,
and BHuVflSiraGsSf- ev? dwcSptUm. for
sale at lowest marJ*t^*t^HbJ[LKLEY & CO.,
w Thirteenth street.
DKUSS-MAK1XG.? Miss AGNES WIL
SON, Fourth atree: between Gr*ceaud Frauk.
ito, respectfully Informs her friends and patrons
that slielfl njw prepared to exccute all orders in
the latest and most fi>h. enable et>le lor tha FALL, <
aKD WIMf R TRADE.
CUTTING and FiTllNG. Also, PATTERNS
FOR SALE. so I4-eodJt?
A C A R D .
We respectfully Inform ?he public that we only
keep the ftores occupied by ua? viz , No. 132J
MAIN bTRKKT *nd CORNER OF FIFTH AND
BROAJ> S l'REETS, and hare no Interest In any
other btorc, uor haa any one else ever had or has
now anlnterc-.t, dlrcclly or Indirectly, In our busi
ness,
We take this occasion to return our thanks for
the libera! share ot pttron-jge extended tousfor
the past seventeen ye;ut, ana hope, wnl? increased
r.clllti a and a deermluallon to sell nor.e but the
nest good* at the iuwes> prices, to continue to re
ceive a share of public ]Mtrot.age.
MARObS HAHRIo <t BROTHER,
ho. 155? Main street, aa'd
aaW- 2 in . earner Fifth and Broad atreatw.
iTHJf
maPATCH PHiisrrae-Honsw.
DISPATCH.
RM? OF ADVFRTTttTKiO!
A6su.nrrAKtxaj.-z nt apvA?afe.& //
One i'i are, one insertion ? it
Duct* irC| two insertions ??????<? ?????mntr JJJ
Ones %re, three insertion*,*.... ?.?.*? lw
One * *are, six Insertions..*. ? ...
One $<. taw, twelve - 5
One square, one month - v. it h
One square, two month!.. L ? ???*< ?
On? sqnare, three mouthJ....
ASl'SElKft*. '''
T>OLLER-SKATISG
AV *T 8T. ALBAS'$ JUIX.
Till? fasclnitina and healthful aunueswatvrill
,re ?*????? c?"
The us-emblles will take niter MfWlVitV
WKDNESDA* and FBlA^AWrKSS'
and TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SaTUpSIV
NIGHTS until f-rtber notice.
A BAND will be in att*r dance aft the night as
semblies, and a PROFESSIONAL SKATER will
be at all of the assemblies, and mil show what
skill may he obtained by a little practice.
The public are p.rtlcutarly requested to read the
two Allowing lef.ers-one from Dr. Yasdma,
fur twtnty-fl.ve years oc more a professor in tie
honl-rllle Medical College, and wen known
through the South and TV est ; the other from
Bishop MClNTtttX ; V*
LgTTEB FBOM Wt. TAtfDHLL. '
" Lons ville, KT. ^October 8th, 1M{
44 Major Eliat Lctwrencc. ffevo Orleans, la. :
" Dear Mr.? I am glad to be>r you are abput to
open a lull f >r roller-skating In ^^w <?*teans. I
cannot doubt that your eateri>rl*e wfll bo crowned
with emmlnent success. Nothing In Louiavdle
has ever taken wjtn all classes of <'itlcgn* ?& Cup
ula Glovhu's bas done, and nothing erer set on
foot here for the amusement and physical Im
provement of lis young people is more worthy 'of
encouragement. Roller-skating Is Just the- thing
warned by our young people, eBpvclafl* by cw
girl s. It affords just the sort of oxeJ else tbry re
qulrefor their physic ?1 development -gentle bnt
active, and so attractive rh it they cannot resttttt.
It is my deliberate opinion thai no c< noeption has
ever entered ihe bum au mind in this century to
important to the health of girls In oar clue* as
this skating within d ?ors. nothing could exceed
It in grace, no si*lit l have ever beheld is so b*?in
tlful as ihe J.onlsvllle rink,. with its tastefully
dressed young men and girls sailing, swimming,
floating through ihe mazes of the march, as if im
pelled uy magic power. The old people assemble
nightly to witness the sight, apparently as much
delighted as tnelr children.
?'All honor, lsay, to the inventor of ROLLER
I5XATKS. Long may he live. The children n 111
rise up 8nd blea? bis name.
?' Yours truly,. 'i
"L. P. YANDE6L, SK., M. D.'?,
Bead what Bishop Mclutyre says :
"Mr. Hdltor,? Allow me tocommend to you and
your readers the skating rink. It can? It should?
substitute dancing as an exercise and amusement
for the young people or both texes. It famishes
In-door, grscelul, lively, exercise, both muscular
and nervous excitement, and leaves no excuse for
dancing. I wish there were a skating rink in every
village and hoaminar-sphool."? Letter to QhH?
tian Advocate., April Uh, 1870. - wlt-it
George w. de haven's : '
BB' tfATIOlf tlBOlW
WILL EXHIBIT IN RICHMOND. ON COUN
CIL OH AMBKK H LL, FOB TW<> Da Y&e .
SEPTEMBER 19TH audSOTH, 05LY. %
Admission: soc. ; Children under IS yeArs iSc.
With ^lucero pleasure we announce M a special
novelty a grand and sublime VbEE f-XHIBI
TION. The management, at an enormous ex
pense, have procured the services or
M18S LOTTIE ST. CLaIR. '
the only Female Aeronaut In the world, who will
dally m*ke one o? bar ...
WOUDERFUl. BALLOON ASCENSIONS
in the mammoth ?lrslilp *'Cltyof New Yo rkt"~
one of the most imposing sights ever witnessed.
The ascension will positively take ptMte at l|
o'clock dally Irom the circus lot. .
1'rominent among the many features of this great
exhibition is the production of Lord Byron's cele
brate J poem of
MAZ-PPA; r t!- *
Ob,
THE WILD HOU * OF TARTARY,
dramatized ?nrt arranged expressly for this com
P 'uv by li. E. J. Miles, of the National Theatre,
Cincinnati. Great pains hive been taken to pro
duce ilits Leaendary Drama In a style of msgnlfl
cence heretofore unsurpassed. The gifted and won
derful French female actress,
AlADEMOISSUX le bdbte,
will appear as Mtzeppa.
M'LLEZDLEILA,
the celebrated Female uvmnast or Aerial Fairy.
MISS K aTIE STORE8,
the Charm'ng Kqup*trienne.
THE WOND-RFUL ELLA
the Paragon of He iutv. Grace, and Artistic Merit.
M'llk LE BUKTE,
the celebrated Dramatic and Equestricnlc Artist.
S. 0. STOKP.S.
with his European Troupe of Trained Ponies.
Mr. CHAfcLE^ LOW KKY,
the celebrated Horsemau.
SKVILLA.
the renowned Equestrian, fr >m the Cirque Napo
Ipnn, I'nrln.
JAMES WILSON,
the LUiimiK /?qu-tnan.
T11E DAVENP ?HT BROTHERS,
In their Wonderful crobatlc ke&ia.
MO. MLI8S
"The Man Fly," in his sUnllng and mlraculow
Antipodean Peat.
M o y a . H I C A R M O ,
the M 'dern Samson, In his wonderful athletic feats.
Bliss Brotbe s ; Three Great Clowns? Jimm) Rey
nolds, America's favorite Jester ; P. IL Seamoo,
the unique and comlcnl; the wonderful gym
nast And grotesque trlrk clown, Mons. Vatitlnl;
together with a full aud complete troupe of Eque*
tri'-ns, Gymnasts, and numerous auxiliaries in
the way of Kqulnc*. Ponies, Ac. At each per
formance will 1)4' introduced the wonderfully E"u
cated Horse C< 'MET : also the C'.mlc Trick Mules
HUMPTY bUMTY ami SllQOFiY. ? ae?-?t
rp IIAYEIi'S GREAT CIRCUS.
Dk. JAMES L. TIIAYER. ..;.i Manner.
JAMES ANDEKSON Sole Proprietor.
WILL PERFORM IN RICHMOND ON LOT
CORNER OF SECOND AND LEIGH STREETS
FOR iHItEE DAYS,
September loth, 20th. and 2ict.
It should be distinctly understood that every
depurtmeut of the Circus la complete, and that
Dn. JAMES L. THAYER ,
will positively appear at each performance, and
In every respect the best performing CLrCQ* In
America, guaranteeing an exhibition of
SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE AND SATISFAC
TION TO ALL.
THREE a BEAT CI.OWK8 :
Dlt. JAMES L. THAYER,
JOHN JUDO,
HIRAM DAY.
eiders :
LA BELLE LOYALLE and
MlSS LOTTIE SHERIDAN, ? ??
Mr. CHARLES ltKKV.
Mr. JOHN BARRY,
HARRY WTLL80N,
S. P. STICK NEY.
GYMNASTS t
Three WILLSON BROTHERS,
IIOGLE. and
REDAN N,
JOHN COOK. '' '
and a Urge corps of auxiliaries ?
Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock P. M. dailf.
Admission, 50 centa ; children under ten years,
{.is . ,
25 cents.
No great pretensions to parade, but a genuine
and first-class Circus. se 5? at
OKHTIOTMY. ?.v.
DR. DAVISON, DENTIST, h&sgMBt
returned to the city. , ? ,
office on Sixth street between. Main and Frank
lin. No. 16. ? ' >e ia~rft*
JOHN MARONY. " ' '] Wlf
SURGEON DENTIST, QSlgB
(formerly of the lirm of Wayt & Mahony.)
Inserts FULL UPPER or LOWER BttTS 0?
ARTIFICIAL TEETH for from TWfiiiTY to
THIRTY DOLLARS.
OLD GOLD SETS bought or exchanged at thei*
value for new seta or vulcanite. <> , -
office and residence C25 Main street between
Sixth and Seventh streets. teU
meet* a*
"teeth EXTRACTED without p^andall
other dental operations performed lu a satlsfao
lory manner. Twenty y?*F8 experi?Jico* <
He 5*-3in
D
R. C. E. KLOBER, /
DENTIST,
902 BROAD 8TRBRT,'.
La# returned to the city, and nuy be found At hl?
office at all hour*. au 1$ ,
T^R. JUD. B. WOOD, bavin* nvm"
JLf turned to the city, ctn bis found at blflvaHU
office, on Ninth itrerf ?econd door {torn Main.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN BY
THE AID OP NITKOUS OXIDS OAS. Mem
bers of ih? <!? ntal or uie?tical profession wivMnr
the use or the above gas c?n be accou moda&a.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH mounted; lnftl?bii5?4
ntyle of art on any desir* d bate. 4 U work unar*
antee-1 to give entire aatisfactloa. aa if
as low at
Sensitive
filled with rfold,
.Yr__ _r lQOOJW."f
mff ^ pain ; lotert Jteih
t. ,
10 *n> Unnch ofrfenUrtr x
gm-n to the profession on reaapnahR tc g>*.
Sw WHOLESALE CAIKTA* GLASS!
* ^ ;
. I am receiving direct fr m the manuiictarcw tu
Europe and tbo UuKed States a Uuv* and cum
maadiog tiork. ombraviufaU he re cut ?ty|w *?<t
<teU*a* purchased on lite mo? fivorahie terjni
?luce tha dioline in gold. M?rct^nt??u4 pur
'? fffoitiv to thvtr 'B

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