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NOVEMBER 3, N 1870. O THURSDAY The Fair. Yesterday, as we had hoped, (he throng of visitors at the Fair was very large and very gay. It enlivened the scene greatly, to the satisfaction of everybody, and especially of the State Agricultural Society. We refer the reader to the interesting reports of the local department of the Distpatch for the narrative of what took place yesterday, and for the continued account of article* on ex hibition. We also refer to the same depart ment for the programme of to-day. the most interesting of all the days of the Fair, which will attract a larger crowd than any other. A notable fact of the exhibition is the in terest excited by the machinery and the close attention paid to it by farmers. Peo ple are looking to labor-saving machines! for aid and protection in the trying times of the revolution in domestic economy and In- j thwtry. to which we are compelled to J yield. There were several steam engine* j adapted to farm purposes ? one as low as an eight-horse power. In Virginia the steam engine has been used to onlv a limited ex tent upon the farm. If is a powerful agent, and may l>e adapted to a variety of uses. It is the most valuable of all the auxiliaries of farming. The day is near at hand when it will be employed by even small farmers I in threshing, grinding, sawing, chopping food and steaming it for use. All these things are now done slowly under circum stances that very much interfere with the system of the farm and the securing of crops. The engine, therefore, will be a most valu able adjunct to farming industry, and will enable the farmer to keep ahead and avail himself in the best manner of the seasons for all his occupations of seeding, tilling. and harvesting. There were, besides these engines, whose ?novCDients were so smooth and powerful, :i variety of machinery that challenged the admiration of all practical men, and brought to the attention of the spectator some new and excellent ideas. We cannot too em phatically invite the attention of farmers to this utilitarian department of the exhibi tion. The crowd of yesterday inspired new life and hope amongst the friends of the ?tate Society. "NVe are sure the manifestations of public interest to-day will be still more en couraging. We hope the ladies will con tinue liberally to honor the exhibition with their bright smiles and brighter glances. Nothing succeeds well without the sunshine of their approval, and that approval i<fi!l the more potent when expressed by t lieu presence. We spoke the other day of the fact thai the fourteenth article of amendments oi iln Federal Constitution, which wa- framed by the Radicals with the intent to disqualify leading " rebels," had really so operated.-. to disqualify lessjaromiiHit ones and le.i\< -JcJc^eStfers free to hold ollice. We Jiave in the result of the West Virginia elections another proof that the best-laid schemes of men often go wrong. It is absolutely laughable to think that the act to enforce the fifteenth amendment is proNahly enti tled to much of the credit l'or the recent Democratic victory in West Virginia. Yet such seems to he the tact, as is apparent front the following article from the leading /Judical journal in that state (last sentence). The Wheeling InUlligencer of 3Iond.\\ says : "The House of Delegates will he largely Democratic. We stated Saturday that the Senate was safe for the Republicans. That wasanerror. One-half, or eleven senators, hold over. We wrote under the impression that only one of these was a Democrat, and that of course we would elect two of the new ones. The fuct is, that three of those holding over are Democrats. Of the eleven elected we cannot count more than three Republi cans ? Price, of Monongalia; Gold, of Bet ke ley, and Scott, of Ritchie. This would give the Democrats eight of the new Senator. and three of the old, or just half the Senate. Amoug the old Senators are two ltepubli cans who frequently voted with the Demo crats last winter. One of them will hold t he balance ot power, ami one of them will be likely to cooperate with the Democrats-. This* will give them a majority in that body, too. "We write at present under the belief that the Democrats have made a clean sweep, except as to Congressmen in the Second District. They appear to have elected two Congressmen, a majoritv in both Houses of the Legislature, and their entire State ticket. The official returns may modify this as to the complexion of the Se nate, and may make the vote on State ticket close. " At present we do not care to indulge in any speculations re&pectiDg the causeslthat have produced these extraordinary results. Those causes cannot he fully judged till the smoke of battle has cleared away and the vote is more tully reported, and until we know what proportion of the Democratic gains are due to the operation of the en forcement act." Chinese Laborers.? The journeymen cigar-makers of Philadelphia held a mass meeting on Monday evening, and adopted resolutions strongly protesting against the introduction of Chinese laborers. Vet the-e same cigar-makers probably voted the Re publican ticket at the late election. The Re publican leaders declare their purpose to be to allow the Mongolian, or any other inferior race, to have equal rights in this country with the Caucasian. There is no hope for the working man except in the success of the Democratic or Conservative party. Let the colored men of Richmond catechise Porter on the subject, and if he tell the truth, they will learn that, like his organ, the State Journal, he Is in tavor of allowing Chinese to come here and take their places in the tobacco lactones and wherever else they are employed. Remember that Re publicans cannot find any authority for excluding these vile heathens from this country, and that the Conservatives can. Secretary Cox.? The correspondence between General Grant and Mr. Cox, late Secretary of the Interior, shows that Mr. Co* strongly disapproved of the course of the Radical politicians in raising corruption funds from his clerks. A Wellington letter in the Baltimore Gazette says of him ; " I have great pleasure iu stating, from a source believed to be well informed and trustworthy, that the late Secretary of the Interior will be found hereafter against all thieves and pickpockets on Government ac count. and that we may therefore count upon him as a live Democrat in a very short time." This is severe language, but is it not true? Was ever before such corruption heard of as now disgraces every department of the Federal Government? The NOKKOUC Row.? The Radical organ bare, always ready to injure any Virginia city, raises a great outcry about the row in Norfolk Tuesday night. Yet the same pa per says the disturbance took place when Col. Bolmko rose to sj>eak. We suppose this to have been the Conservative caudi.. date for Congress. The meeting was peace able as long as the Radicals were speaking, but as soon as a Conservative arose its quiet was at an end. Yet the Journal'* inference Is that the Conservatives are to blame I We N leave to draw a different in ference, The Vixoikia. Debt.? Some of the New York holder* of Virginia bonds have pro posed through a New York paper a plan " *? * thn rmblic Ot Will, l)Ul Ol ? nat" can invent plans enough, but hitherto we have failed to find the money. " Kepudia tion," however, Is a word tlu?t we hope never to hear in Virginia in discussing the question* connected with our public debt. We arc determined to pay it. Wk are authorized to state that the tele jrram sent fr??m Lexington to the effect that the "family of Gen. Lkk Dad come to the <? linal and unalterable determination to let "the remains of Gen. Lee rest where they "are" is untrue, no communication be tween the authorities of the town or college and the family of Gen. Lee having been had on this subject since his funeral. LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. Baltimore? The Valley Railroad? ('ol. Ilarman-One of Its Hotel*. [Correspondence Of the Richmond Dispatch.] Baltimore, October 31, 1870. This city is certainly one of most credit able spirit and rapid growth. Like all the other cities, it is grumbling at the census faker for underrating its numbers. I begin to think this grumbling unfounded. The census men get two cents a name, and can hardly desire to diminish the population and thus suffer a curtailment of their fees. And really American cities are hard to please when they are not content with such growth as the census men award to them. Colonel Harman with the Directors ol the Valley railroad, (whose names you have already published,) has spent some days here hunting a president to take the place made vacant bv the death of General Lee. Colonel Mike is :i shrewd man. He sought to make a ten-strike by puttinc the road under the care of 3Ir. Johns Hopkins, with his millions, who might any day, if he got mad at the delay of stockholders in pav ing up. build the "road himself. That's a tine sort of man indeed for a railroad, it lie would only get mad in this way ; but it i* not certain that the venerable Mr. Hop kins would have rushed impulsively into any such expression of Impatience had ho consented to take the office of managing the railway along the Vallev. The scene between the committee and Mr. Hop kins was edifying and peculiar. There was a very liberal amount of mutual courtesy, admiration, and kind feeling? much in ex cess of the positive results. Mr. Hopkins is a wise man, and does not at his time of life desire to learn how to run a railroad. The committee, however, was not to give up Baltimore in that way, Mr. Brown. They sought t heir llohenzollern,and found him' in one <>( the Garrett family, as you have heard and announced. Col. Mik:e is delighted at the result. I heard him as he took his departure from the hotel this mornine at 4 o'clock, and he talked as cheerfully and as glibly as if it had been mid d iy. lie is certainly a very energetic and i shrewd gentleman : invaluable to his sec tion of country. Speaking of this hotel, let me say it is :i vei v ::ood and a reasonable one. It is the ?' Fountain Inn is near the depot of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and .i" ?ery convenient both in and departing from Bjiltinvjv. Mr. Bledsoe, formerly of . Stnimon, l< in the office, and Mr. Share, a very polite gentleman and experienced landlord, i> the proprietor. I found here Mr. A. II. liotchkiss. the champion freight agent of the York Biver and other lines, who cau pick up more business, talk faster, and he in more places at once, than any man J know: and this ik I will maintain.4' r?u>ines." is rlu.'J in Baltimore, but it has been quite active. Half-Shell. Tlie Leo tfeiuorial. (.Communicated. J Mczsr?. Editors Should the desire of tlm-c whom Gen. Lee cherished too dearly lo sacrifice in the unequal struggle that closed with iron gnisp upon his own great h?'riit lie doomed to disappointment, and tiis remains rest elsewhere than in our beau tiful Hollywood, there i? still the claim whieh cannot be put aside, that the great and central memorial, in evidence of that admiration and devotion the world yields to Hie great ami good, should be erected at the capital of his native State. There are rules in esthetics rendered im mutable by Jong usage, and these teach that over the dead the structure should be a se pulchral monument ; but if dedicated to their virtues, then a cenotaph or statue erected in some prominent and public place, to the end that the memory of those virtues may be ever kept alive. In antici pation of t he latter alternative, and with no desire to disparage the claims of President Monroe to the veneration of his country men, it is respectfully suggested that Mon roe Square, deriving its name from the ward of the city from which it is now divided being in Clay ward ? be known hereafter as '? Lee Square," and that there be placed in its centre a bronze equestrian statue ot the illustrious Virginian, pedestaled upon the native granite riven from the hills of our devoted eitv, that so often reechoed the thunder of his victorious cuns. Here the incomparable dignity of the au gust character should be mingled with no minor considerations, and the unity of the design and sentiment be left un marred by the incongruous intrusion of other subjects. 11 there be a delect in our renowned and ele gant monument to Washington, it is seen in the sacrifice of that unity and dignity ol idea which should pervade the structure, wholly absorbing all other reflections. Bic'hftipntf, Ya>> Nov. 2, 1870. D. Horace's Hieroglyphic**? A Lacid Letter from the White-Coated Philosopher. [Fr<"'Ui tlie Cincinnati Times.] We have been shown an autograph letter from Horace Greeley to L. U. Iieavis, jusq., of St. Louis, who is the head and front of the capital removal movement. Mr. Greeley having written this letter (in response to pn invitation to be present at the convention) with his ov/n fair hand, it is rather difficult to decipher it. After three or four hours' inteuse studv over the letter we made out that he wasn't coming, but we are not quite certaiu regarding his sentiments on the question of removing the capital. As near as we cau gather, how ever, from his hieroglyphics, he " basis his butter of the 15th i^istinfir the codfish cu cumbers of Cincinnati at 23 cents a pound." ?' It is not possible," continues Horace, " that I should ever stole them again. As pudding is a reproach to conic sections, the very gayest conveyances of our cemeteries are "untrue and our preserves are bankrupt. Swill your uicest eantelopes in Washington, until it swims in an unfortune location. All the McCarty's uro sure to be veneered un less the accept moral nole-cutw. I bought four of the earliest, and 1 suffered fearfully undetinable cross cut saws. " Who bought all the nuts and lozenges l of the Ecujj^nical Council}' The babe of Federal parentage is the bearer of its own two-horse lumber-wagon. It squealed when surrounded bv a dose of Widow Cliquot. Experimented on by the population of re peating voters in myriads to the defeat of nautical anchovies and tomatoes. It swelled to a forest ot artichokes, and amid the soli tude of rosin barrejs t>)US inviting the Bois de Boulogne, and accommodating inp for*nar tio? of cheese factories throughout the civilized world," The aboye may appear a little obscure on first reading, but a littje attention Will con vince the most skeptical that Horace is right. State Elections Next Week.? There will be an exciting time among politicians next week. No less than nineteen States will vote, principally for members of Con gress, but several of tnein for Governor, Legislature, and local officers, Louisiana ana Arkansas vote on Monday next. But on Tuesday (the next day) the following States will hold elections : Maryland, Dela ware,, Florida, Iilinols, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mis souri, Nevada, New Jersey. New York, iihode Island, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin, !:,< wm Mi . Fbeobbicmburo (V A.) RajwmP.? P/W adelpfifa, Nov, ir? olds for the construc tion of the Fredericksburg railroad, opened yesterday, are being elassUJed, The allot? lftfiDt will bo made at Alexandria witfein m Genera] Assembly of Virginia. SENATE. Wednesday, November 2, 1870. The Senate met at 10 o'clock? Hon. Ed mund PKNDijrrotf In the chnir. The privileges of the floor wore extended to Hon. Jefferson Davis, l?v a resolution offered by Sir. Penn. , Hills were passed incorporating the Alex andria Insurance Comp.inv: the Burke vil'e, Lunenburg and Mecklenburg Rail road Company ; as also the special road hill for Loudoun county. The jury hill was reported and ordered to he engrossed. f louse bill providing for the suspension of the collection of taxes in the district re-' centlv inundated was debaled at length, and rejected by a tie vote. The' Senate adjourned at 1 o'clock. HOUSE OF DELEGATES. The House met at 9 o'clock A. M. A number of Senate bill* were placed on ! the calendar under a suspension of the rules. The following bill were passed : I House Committee's suhst it ute for Senate ! bill for the relief of Robert ,T. Echols, guar dian of Lewis P. Sterling, C. and Susan V. London. Senate bill for the relief of the sureties of Win. IT. Mansfield, late sheriff of Sotsyl vania countv. Senate bill incorporating the Culpeper and Madison Turnpike Company. Senate bill declaring the Shenandoah river a lawful fence in the county of Shen andoah. House bill-making appropriations for re pairs to furnit ure in Hall of House of Dele gates, committee-rooms, etc. House bill to incorporate the Burkeville, Lunenburg and Mecklenburg Railroad Company. House bill to prohibit fMiing with staked or trap nets in the waters of the Rappa hannock and .James rivers. Senate bill authorizing the counties along the line of the Shenandoah railroad to sub scribe to works of internal improvement. Senate incorporating the Deep-run Turn pike Company. Senate bill to enable the Pittsylvania and Lynchburg Turnpike Company to rebuild their bridge across Staunton river. Senate bill in relation to the annuity of j the Asvluin for the Deaf and Dumb and'tbe Blind.* The oyster tax bill, being the order of the day, was taken up and discussed until the hour of adjournment. To the Colored Voter* of the Third Congressional District. Fellow- Citizen* The white and colored Conservatives of this Congressional district, in convention assembled, where all v&w fairlv and fully represented, have nominated as a candidate for Congress Colonel Albert Ordwav ; and we here, in his behalf, and in behalf of the people whom we repre sent, earnestly solicit your suffrages for him. In doing this we claim a right to your attention and favor from the fact that it is in some measure to conciliate your pre judices that the Conservatives have put for ward a gentleman who, while fully accept able to them in character and ability and well-known political sentiments, commends himself to your confidence because he was a Union man ill the IntP.Yai- miu,ifm#th+,/ir ilh^ukwriien achieved your emancipation. This record might induce you to give him an impartial hearing. This much frankly avowed, for we know that in political, as 'in other affairs, honesty is the best policy. Now, we ask you if you cannot and will not in? *t your Conserva tive fellow-citizens half way in this prof fered compromise? You talk of our preju dices, but how bitter and unreasoning you must be if you refuse to join us in elecfing Colonel Ordway simply because he is the Conservative nominee, "when you know that by birth, education, association, record, and principle, he is committed to the plat form ol' equal rights. Moreover, you have but to know him to find, as we have found, that he is an honest man. a good man, and one in whom we have the utmost confi dence. We have nothing to ?.ay against IIou, Charles H. Porter, for yon know him quite as well as we do. His loud professions please you; but yon know him , we repeat. It may bo proper, however, to ask what has he done for you or us that we should again send Mm to Congress? Has his career reflected honor on himself, or 011 anybody, or on anything? Has he done anything for anybody's rights but his own, as in the Pat Woods case? And whose prosperity has he increased, except his own ? In point of fact he has added to our burdens, has lessened our common liber ties, and has brought us all into contempt. We need, and you more especially need, a ] man hke Colonel Ordway to redeem this district from the injury," wrong, and re proach which have been brought upou it by Sir. Porter. You may, if you can, ac cord the best intentions to Mr.Porter ; but the truth is plain that he is powerless for good, and only brings evil on those whom he represents.* In Colonel Ordway we will all have a re presentative pledged to do us all impartial justice, whose character will command re spect everywhere : whose labors will be uu ceasing, liot for himselt. but for his con stituents ; whose abilities will prove equal to any task we may set him, and whose in tegrity is above suspicion. He knows the wants* of Richmond, of th?s district, and of the whole State ; and he is a practical man, Who can devise the ways and means to sup ply those wants. Tn conclusion, we beg of every colored man who values his liberty and personal in dependence to shake off that political bond age which is attempted to he fastened upon them, and at this election vote regardless of threats or promises, and be freemen not only in name, but in action. Respectfully, Joseph Louis, Abrham Hall, Jno. C'oolev, Meade Cooper. John Jackson, Frederick C. Coles, KicJuard Chiles. Wm. Young, R. C. Hobson, D. W. Fravsher, Jr., Horace Johnson, Jas. H. Chtrke, Dawson Gardner, Robert Cooper, Walker How? aid, Robert Hamilton, William Mundy, Richard Jacksou, Joseph B. .Mason, Jas. Storrs, Samuel Harris. Reaj. Estate Bkokers.? The Supreme Court of Cincinnati has recently delivered an important opinion upon the right of a real estate broker to recover his commis sions, although he had deviated from the instructions of his principal, the person offering the real estate for sale. The facts of the case were as follows ; The owner of a house entrusted it to a broker, directing it to be sold for ?6,o00, and not to be advertised. The broker was to receive one per cent, commission, but no commission was to lie paid in case the owner sold the property. The broker afterward, through a misunderstanding, lowered the price to $6,000 without the consent of the owner, and advertised the property. While matters were in this po sition a gentleman who was looking for a house for a friend saw the advertisement, called to see the broker, got the price as $6,000, and reported to the friend. Com munications were then opened directly be tween the owner of the property and the person desirous of buying a dwelling:, and the house changed hands at ?6,f>00. The Supreme Court, neld that the broker was entitled to his commission, as through his efforts the parties had been brought together and the sale finally effected. 1 0 Terrible Tragedy in Ohio ?A Man Murders His Wife and Conceals the Jiody.?A dispatch dated Fort "Wayne, Jnd., October U0, says } A most horrible murder, committed nine miles south of Lima, Ohio, has just come to light. A man named Brentlinger mur dered his wife uear his house, on last Mon day afternoon, by stabbing her eight times in the breast and four times in the abdo men. He threatened the lives of his children if they informed on bim, and by direction of him two of hi* sons buried the body neai> the house, and then, in order to remove all traces of the grave, plowed and harrowed over the spot. Yesterday his children told some of the neighbors of the affair, and an examination wag inimecliattly made, which revealed the crime iu all if* horrible nature. Brentlinger has since confessed, and is now confined in the Lima jai?. Hiajtoial will probably take place at(th 5 present term of fhe court. The age of t!;c' murderer is fi2, victim hut This was his second wi2e. He claims t-< have murdered heron account of h?r hclng too intimate With a neighbor, 9IED. Id Henrico enmity, on yesterday, , M at the residence of her hilt band. SOPmIA. MEYkR, consort of Henrj Meyer. apoA r$'rt,i';^r?e, l,(%ral The funer.?l will tik?' phi'e Tfllb EVENING Rt 3 o'clock Tom 1L John's (GcrmoiL..Lutheran) Clmrrh on 5?h ?treet. Fried* *td acquaintances rcfrpec: fully Invited 'o attend. - * j In tills eltv. y est rdir inrrnln*. WILLIAM IN GRAHAM ELAM. youngest child of Willism C. *ty:d D. A. Flsm, aged th'rteen months. MEETINGS. S M EMBERS OF RICH- _ L mOND ROYAL ARCH CHAP' EB.3Kg| No. 3. are re<|iie' ted to at(<;?d a state*! con- gffiS vocation of i heir Chapter, to be held ar. SC3W iholr Chapter-rooms. In Die Masons1 H 11. on Franklin street, THI^ (Thursdays EVENING, November 3d, A. D. 1S70, A. L. 6,870, Jt. A. M. 2.400, at tf o'clock. fly order of A". F. H. P. it* GEO. F. KEFSEE, Secretary. NOTICE.? The regular monthly meeting of the RlCHMONTT MECHANICS' TRADSS UNION will be h?ld THIS (Thorny) FVENING at 7} o'clock, at Hchott's MonTlccJlo Hotel. All m?ml>er3 are ordered to be present,' as hustaessof importance will be brought before the meeting, j it* THo?. T. BURDLF. aec'y. RICHMOND COMMAJTOKRT, > 0. 2.) I Knights Templar. > /~\RDER No. 4, Sir Kniohts : \ " Assemble In tront of yonr Asylum f n the Masons' Hall on Franklin street, betwe.n lBih and I9th sf.. on THUR~ OA Y, vov 3d, at 12 o'clock M. promptly.. In Mill dre?? and moanted, for 6cml-aunnal In spection and drill. Every Sir Knight Is expccted to appear fully equipped. Rv i>rderof tli^E. Commander. Attest : THOH. H. DKWITT. Capt. Gcn'i. * Wm. J. I.'tdpiok, Recorder. DRFSS OF A TEMPLAR MOUNTED.? Black suit ; black Alpine hat, with Ihree small black ninnies secured on left side of hat with silver cross (officers, one white ptnine In addition) ; black vel vet apron, sash and gauntlet, with black Pllk do es ; Templar sword, with black enamelled leather belt, and :llver-t>I ted mounting*: spurs, silver-plated or st*el : citizen's saddle, with blick velvet thahraek trimmed with silver lace: black double-reined hrldie and martingale. no 2? 2t NNUAL MEETING.? The next an nual meetlne of the i'TOCKHOLDWRS <>f THE RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD COMPANY will bo held at the office of the company. In Richmond, on WEDNESDAY, the 15th of November. 1870, at 11 o'clock A. M. J. K. WINSTON, no l-td Secretary. MERCHANTS a n d mechanics 1Y1 BANKING AND INSUBANCNE COM PANY.? A meeting of the subscribers to the capi tal stock of the above-named eompanv will oe held on AI')NDA>Y, November 7th, at 7j o'clock 1*. M., at the office of Messrs. Lancaster & Co., banker?, for the purpose of organization. PC 2?'? tNo 7 J A 8. H. GARDNER. Ch'man. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. non. CHARLES H. PORTER, author of the Homestead Provisions of the Virginia Constitu tion, and the Republican nominee for re-election to Congrc-S3 from this district, will address the peo ple of the district as follows : IlIGGESsyN'S STORE, Hanover county, FRI DAY, tiovember 4th. BEAVER DAM DEPOT, Hanover county, SAT URDAY, November 5th. A FREE BARBACUE at the last meeting. The above meetings will take place at 12 o'clock M. Ma.iflr JOHN L. MOROAX, of Clarke county, will also address the people at the above meetings. Mr. Porter will divide time witei his opponent, Lf be desires discussion. The people, irrespective of politico are requested to be present. J. M. HUMPHREYS, Chairman Republican Congressional Committee, Third District of Virginia. , SAMUKL" k'i .nVi AULb.",' ktcy.' ?:c zo? tNov5 AMISEMEXTS. ' RICHMOND THEATRE. it. DORSEY OGDEN Manager and Director. THURSDAY, NOVEJIBEII 3, 1870. DOUBLE ATTRACTION? THE RAVEL-MAR T1NETTI TROUPE AND THE ENTIRE DRAMA TI ! COMBINATION. The greatest of all modern dramas, made so famous by Mr. JellVt \son, RIP VAN WIMvLb ! RIP VAN WINKLE ! RIP VAN WINKLE ! Now playing to crowded houses at Booth's Thea tre, .New York, and the glorious panto mime of THE MAGIC GIFT. SECURE YOUR SEATS EARLY. It Roller skating atst, alban's HALL, CORNER THIRD AND MAIN STftKETi*.- There will be assemblies EVERY A *TF.RNOO\, commencing at 1 o'r?ock, and EVERY NIGIIT. coniueuclrg at 8 o'clok. this week. Everybody should witnc$3 this no vel and fascinating amusement. Smith's bs^d will at lena at the night assHnbltes. no 3? 3t RICHMOND THEATRE. if. DORSEY OGDEN I esseeand Director. E. TAYLOR Manager. MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 7'ril. Flrit appearance. In three years, of Richmond's ftvorUe artiste, the young ami beautiful MARIETTA RvVKI, FOR MX NIGHTS ONLY. On which occasion wll' be presented for the " first time" in this ep.y tin entirely new sensational military drama entitled JART1NF; ft. TtfE PfrlDE OF 'HIE 14TH. Iu'.roduclng Miss Ravel in her ce!et?raied MUSKKT DRI Aj AND BROAD-SWORD COMBAT a- d also ou the TIGHT ROPE. Miss Ravel win he supported by a TALENTED CoMPA re engaged exprCisiy lor the support of lids artiste. .TARTINE has recently enjoyed a most brilliant and successful "season" in Xew York, recelvlug the applau e and commendation of the pre?s ?ud public, and tn<y justly be considered the POSI TIVE SK? SATIoN OF THE DaY. Full piiticuldrf- In future announcements. NOaDVaN'C- rN PJKlOf. Only Ravel matinee 8 a TURD AY at 2 P. M, Box sheet will open for the sale of secured seats onSiTL't^AY, Novemver 5th, at West & John ston's bookstore, Main stree:. no 2?3; M ETROPOLITAN IIALL. MONDAY, OCTOHEi* SlfcT, r.ud EVEIiY NIGH C during the week, WYMAN, THE 'WIZAtn AND VENTRILO QUIST. with new and wonderiul leats of maple. MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 3 O'CLOCK, In which eveo body will receive a present. Distribution of costly nreseuts LV^KY night. Admission, 25c. Doors open at T o'clock. To commence at 8. oc 29_7t gT. ALBAN'S HALL. S K A T I N G~S E A S 0 N. This graceful and healthful amusement *ls offered the clUzenfl of Richmond on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AXD FRIDAY AFTERNOON 6, at 4 o'clock, and on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY EYE > IN'GS, at 8 o'clock. EVERY MORNING at 10 o'clock for LADIES EXCLUSIVELY. SMITH'S BAND will he present each evening, and Mr. PUENTICK, the professional skater, will Iiistruct be glnuers. oc 24 ? 3in ICE-CREAM, JELLY, Ac. QYSTEBS, ICE-CREAM, JELLY, &c., rizziM & c^.'S, 8 07 BKOAD STREET. We are prepared to furnish OYSTERS, COF FEE, &c.. In our saloon, and will keep It open until after the Theatre every night to accommo date our patrons. oc 12- 3m A. PJZZINI &. CO. MILLI5ERT. jyj-RS. B. W. SAUNDERS, No. 405, Broad street, between 4 h and 5th * streets, Richmond, Va., respectfully In-. rites the indie's and strangers visiting the city to the largest assortment of MILLINERY GOODS th it cm be found in this city. N. B. ? Etpeclal alttntlon is called to ber large stock oi SABH RIBBONS. no 2- 4t MXLLJNERYI LATEbT STYLES i REASONABLE PRICES lc Mrs. M. J, DAYI3, G17 Broid street, betweeu 6th and 8th, has on hand a large ar.U complete stock of MILLINERY G ODS. together vriui u large as sortment of SASH RIBRuNS, figured and plain ; to which she invites the attention of the public be fore purchasing elsewhere. ' no 1? Iw Vf ILLINERY.? We are now pre 1TX pared to f-liow a choice selection of -Fall " and Wluter BONNETS, UnTa, FKATH--*^ ERS, FLOWERS, SA m and FANCY NECK RIBBONS, CHIGNONS. SWITCHES, <c? and we Invite the at tea lion of the ladles4o our stock, which Is complete In every particular. a. WALTON * CO., oc 23? lm No. 400 Bro*d at., corner 4ih. BE KG a NON-RESIDENT OF THE STATE, and having unfiuisbird business on my own account, as well as of afidaclJUTeaT.c Ur. to close. I have appointe<l Mr. PHILIP J. WRIGHT, of thh city, to act Ibr me In all sath mau^ri during my ahseqne. PaT. M. CULL! N. M. IX . , Va., Nov. l, 1870. If OUNCES 8ULPH. QUININE, 60 ?ttmli Bine Maui, ?MrfS3?i Qua!), S pounds Chloral Hyd ?2T TO BOOK-BUYEBS. RANDOLPH & ENGLISH, 1318 Miin street, offer on the best terms (inmy at half pricc) the I v 1 ?rgest assortment of STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS In the Southern 8Ut<is. All new Books of value received ai booh a? pub lished. Ju t I'Pticd and sert fre? to alt : Aca'a iogne of School Rook*, a catalogue of new Law Books, a mont llv caUlogue of new Miscellaneous j Books. Old Books taken In exchange. Stationery! of the best quality. Book* hound and Blank Books m ade to or.'er. no 3- 2t NF1C1AL IvOTICEM. DST VISITORS TO TIIE FAIR, ATTENTION! Go to BRIGGS'S BAKERIES, at the Fair Grounds, for your SNACKS, PIES, CAKES, CRACKERS, &C. all at city pricks. NO EXTORTION. Call and see, and study yonr own Interest, no l? 4t 22TFREE EXHIBITION.? Be sure to. comeandeee It at LEVY BROTHERS', oc 29 1213 and 1215 Main street. 2ST NEW YORK MILLS COTTON, at 20p., at LEVY BROTHERS', oc 28 1213 and 1215 Main street. fl?- WAMSUTTA COTTON at 19c., Superior BLEACHED COTTON, yard-wide, at one shilling ; Good quality BLEACHED COTTON, yard-wide, at 12? cents; Yard-wide BLEACHED COTTON at 10e. per yard at LEVY BROTHERS', 1213 and 1215 Main street. COATS'S SPOOL COTTON, only koc. per dozen. oc 28 AST" CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEST IN GS, JEANS, and CORDUROY? We sail par ticular attention to our stock of /?oods suitable for boys' and men's wear. We have now in store a full assortment of the Charlottesville goods. LEVY BROTHERS, 1213 and 1215 Main street. COATS'S COTTON, all sizes, at 80 cents per dozen. oc 2D Bar CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS. The assortment of CARPETS we now offer Is one of the best selected that we hare evar offered. We j purchased our stock tills season direct from the manufacturers, and can show some stjles which cannot be surpassed In beauty. Look at our genuine ENGLISH BODY BRUS SELS at %2.25 per yard ; Genuine ENGLISH TAPfSTRY BRUSSELS at $1.50 per yard ; THREE-PLY8, INGRAINS, HEMP, and VENI TIAN CAHPKTS, In preat. variety, at very low prices ; A full assortment of IiUGS, DRUGGETS, MAT TING, and OIL-CLOTHS, at LEVY BROTHERS', 1213 and 1215 Main street. COLORED WOOL SPREADS, CALICO COM PORTERS, BLANK hTS, SHEETINGS, ait-J TABLE-CLOTHS, very cheap. oc 29 AST LOOK AT OUR DRESS GOODS? I READ OUR PRICES; j Solid color ALP ACAS, 20c. per yard, worth 25c. ; [ BLACK ALPACAS, 25c. ; ' BLACK ALPACAS at 40c., worth 50c. ; BLACK ALPACAS at 50c., worth 75c. ; Beautiful PLAIDS at 37jc., nearly yard-wide, worth 50c. : EMPRESS ift tSRINOS lower rates than ever ; POPLIN'S, SILKS, BIARITZ EP1NGLINES; in fact, everything In the way of Dress Goods can lie found at ' LEVY BROTHERS', oc 23 1213 and 1215 Main street. LADIES' GARMENTS.? We hare a splendid stock of all art cles of LADIES' UN DERWEAR. Including Go?. us, Chemises, Corset Covers. Drawers. Skirts, Ac. This department is presided over by ladies. LEVY BROTHERS, oc 29 1213 and 1215 Main street. SST READY-MADE W A LKIN (i SUITS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN, in end less variety; CHILDREN'S DRESSES, CHIL DREN'S CLOAKS." CHILDREN'S WATER PROOF WALKING SUITS, at LEVY BROTHERS', oc 29 1213 and 1215 Main street. I? VELVETS, VELVETEEN, COR DUROY. PLAID VRLAETS, cut on the bias; COLORED VELVETS, cut on the bias; WHITE CORDUROY, the new and popular article for la dles' sncques, at LEVY BROTHERS'. (EST COUNTRY MERCHANTS SIT 1M IKD AT NE W YORK QUOTATIONS? Strangers unacquainted with our system of doing business -win please take notice that our's is a ONE PRICE STJRE. We atk the lowest price at onoe, and never deviate from tills rule. LEVY BROTHERS, oc 29 1213 and 1215 Main street. "(BT FOR ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS call at LEVY BROTHERS'. oc 29 1213 ami 1213 Main street. IISrOCTOBEIf24, 1870.? MORE NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS. T. S. PRICE & CO. are now again In market, and are adding iarjje additional supplies to tbelr magnificent stock of D It ESS AND FANCY GOODS. Ever}* novelty from the European fashion cen tres as they appeal- shall be presented to their cus tomers, J ust opened and expected? Elegant Gro., Grain, and Taffeta Black Silk, at New York prices. Rich fancy colored Silks, plain and striped. Colored Empress Cloths, all shades. Ottoman Velours, every color. French Merinos, Chene Poplins, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 cents per yard: some very cheap. Delaines, plain and figured. Iniperatrlce Poplins, Trl&h Poplins, rich plaid Poplins, every combination. Mourning Goods, great variety, newest styles, and best quality. Immense stock Prints, 8, 10, 12}, 15; Fiirnllure Twills, a new article, Ac. Housekteplrg Goods, Flannels, Damasks, Towel Ings, Ac., &c, 1GENTS' GOODS. ITlnc stock Cloths and Casslmeres, Socks, Shirts, Crav ts, Gloves, Bosoms, Ac., Ac. Citizens and strangers coining to the Fair will find everything of best quality and as low as any house in the United States. T. R. PRICE A CO., lloi Main street, corner of Hi h street. Grand supply of Ladles' Cloaks, Broche Shawls, Nevenlllc Shawls, and o'her wrappings, opening 25th and 20th October. oc 24 W SECOND OPENING OF FALL DRY GOODS. I am now openlDg NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS Just o>-t, consisting In part of EPINGLAIB, VANDYKK, VEl.OURS, LAINAGFS, SEDANS; EMPRESS CLOTHS In all colors; BOMBALIMETEE, entirely new ; REPS, PLAIDS. DELAINES, Ac. The celebrated BUFFALO, BEAVER, and GRAND DUCIIESS ALPACAS; BLACK SILKS ; CLOAKS, BROCHffi and other SHAWLS ; BURNOES, Handsome BALMORAL SKIRTS at only 90c.; Good LINSEYS at 12Jc.; The best DOMESTIC GOODS In the city for the money ; 12-4 COUNTERPANES at $1.73 ; ALL-WOOL FLANNEL at 20o.; LADIES' IIANDKFRCHIEFS at 5c.; GOLD-EYED NEEDLES at 5c.; GOODS FOR MEN AND BOYS, at 20c.; Laces, Embroideries, White Goods ; Iudia-Rub. ber Cloth, for infants ; Towels, Ladles' and Gent's Woolen and Linen Shirts and Drawers, Blankets, Swisses, Tarlatan ; 0-4 Water-proof Cloth only *1 ; Shawl Su'.tlng, White Corduroy, Velvet and Vel veteens, Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, Notions, and, In short, everything found In a tlrst-class dry goo<ls house, at prices which I will warrant to please every one. A. GOLDBACK, 607 Broad street, between flth and 7th. Rylawd H. Nobveia, formerly with I. Sycles ; W. H. Caudozo, of Powhatan, late at the Cali fornia Stce ; O. F. Kamman, Miss Alice Hak JDK51 y, and Sheffield, a:e with mo, aud would be glad to be favored with a call from Uieir frk'ud* and the public, oc 25 A. GOLDBACK, 607 Brocd street UST MEADE & BAKER'S COD LIVER OIL; the only oil imported direct to tbla city. Ap proved by oar physicians us " tiio best, purest, and most acceptable to the stomach." oo S3? 2w* PHALON'S V ITALIA, HALL'S IT MCI' IAN HAIR MftEWKR CliK VA LOR'S HAIR RESTORER, and other prepa rations, foriwle by I. WAQN -R, Druggist, ; no l si* 6th and Broad strecta. L WaBACTUl COMKT* FOOD, BORDEN'S CONDKX8RD MILK. Ac. L. WAONFR, Drnsralsi. no Si? St* and Broad etnscta. ' ? 4* ;; IKPgCM-g. arOOTCEB. (J3T AN AUTUMN SUGGESTION.? Now, as heavy foga arise and searching wlatfa commence to blow ; now, as the human body, ex hausted like Inanimate natnre by the heats of sum mer, begins to wilt and. droop; now, ere the In clement wlnttr makcj Its trying onset ; SOW Is the time l?r a preparatory court e of the best acclima tlog medicine In ??xl?tencc, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Fever and antie Is rampant In all parts of the country. Quinine, the physicians admit, will not quell the phtfe of the dWfcase which at the pwent pervades the entire Wc?t- It la well that It Is flo, for the remedy (so called) Is deadlier than the malady. But if quinine 13 Inefficient In Intermit tent fevers, HOfeTETTER'd BIT rKRS Is Irresisti ble. It wonld be safe to make a contract, under heavy penalties, that any given "Fever aid Ague ljl?trlct" should be exempted from the disorder for any particular time, provided every Inhabi tant would take the Bitters according to direc tions dijrlrg the term of ihc contract. There hag never been an Instance In which 'his Fterllng in vigorant and nntl-ftbrlle medicine has failed to ward off the complaint when tnk*n dnly as a pro tection against malaria. Hundreds of pby?lclan9 nave abandoned all Hie officinal specifics, and now nrefenbe this harmless vegetable tonic, and noth ing else, as a preventive and enre tor all Uie forms of chills and fever. Vigor la the thing most needful In these cac.es, as well as In dvspepsla and nervous affections, and HOSTETT&R'S BIT t' Jt h S are the safest, surest, onrt most wholesome strengthening preparation that human skill has yet concocted. oc2S-ecdtw4wlt 2?" THE DANGER OF DELAY.? But few diseso require more attention than Colds and Coughs, end few arc m>re generallv neglected, rfow many persons wh^n they take a cold con sider It of no Importance, and let It run on with out reflecting a moment cn Its consequences. Re member that neglected colds are frequent'}* dan gerous audoUen result in dteeasej most difficult rocme. a cold In tne head produces a cough; then comes pain In the side, fever, difficulty In breathing, and Anally ends in consumption. Who would suffer iroin a cold, with the probability of a serious atuck ofcat?rrh, bronchitis, influenza, Inflammation of the luu<s, Ac., when that efficient preventive, MltiHLER'd HKRK BITTERS, can he had at a moment's notice ? It will remove the tickling sensation which precedes a cold, prevent hoarseness, check coughing. exj>el the mucus gathered in the bronchi, and resist successfully liut iell-de>troyer, Consumpilon. oc 28 ? eodtw&wlt ^ CLOTHISCl. $10,000 ECTrAm * IF YOU WANT GOOI> CLOTHING, j GO TO WM. IRA SMITH'S. IF YOU WANT FINE CLOTHING, GO TO WM. IliA SMITH'S. IF YOU WANT STYLISH CLOTHING, GO TO WM. IRA SMITH'S. IF YOU WANT BOYS' CLOTHING, GO TO WM. IRA SMITH'S. IF YOU WANT FURNISHING GOODS, ^ GO TO WM. IRA SMITH'S. 1 IF YOU WANT SHIRTS, GO T J WM. IRA SMITH'S. IF YOU WANT AN OVERCOAT. GO TO WM. IRA SMITH'S. If you want to see the NICEST, LARGEST, AND MOST STYLISH STOCK OK C L O THIN G in this town, Just cull where YOU BUY CLOTHING, OF WM. IRA SMITH, CORNER MAIN AND 10TH STREETS, (J>LI> STAND BALDWIN'S.) A 1206 ('LO?-N'?- 1206 MAIN ST. GREAT ATTRACTION, main* ST. OVERCOATS, WINTER SUITS, ^15 ; OVERCOATS, *10; WINTER SUITS, $20; OVfcRCOATS, ill." ; WINTER SUITS, $25; OVERCOATS, $.'0; WINTER !?UITS, fcso; OVERCOATS, *25; WINTER SUITS, *35 ; OVERCOATS, $30 ; BOYS' SUITS, all ages. NOAH WALKER & CO., 1206 MAIN STREET, DEALERS TN CLOTHING AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOOD;*, desire to call attention to their elegant stock, which lb of unparalleled extent ami variety. It embraces SUITS, OVERCOATS, AND CLOTHING, of every description, for all ages, ami all clashes and occasions. Their stock of FURNISHING GOODS embraces everything to be found In a tir>t-class establishment. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, ? LINEN aud PAPER COLLARS ami CUFFS, TRAVELLING SHIRTS, M- KINO UNOKRSHlRTSand DRAWERS, CAN tO.V FLANNEL DRAWERS, ENoLI II II A I.1 -HOSE, SUSPENDERS, H DKKRCHIEFS, TIES, SCARFS, andB^WS, DRIVING GLOVES. CLOTH. CASTOR, BUCK, DOG SKIN, and KID GLOVES; , , all of which are offered at extremely low prices. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER, and a perfect fit guaranteed. Remember, 1206 Main street Is the place to buy your CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS., (oc 31.-1 wj rjpiIE CHEAPEST CLOTHING-HOUSE IN THE CITY. M. W. ROSE 32H BROAD STREET, wholesale aud retail dealer in CLOTHING, FUR NISHING GO ?DS. HATS. CAP8, and UM BRELLAS, takes pleasure In calling attention to his recently-purchased supplies. Great bargaliu are offered In cent's, youths', aud boys' Clothing. Gent's Furutsnlng Goods In great variety . Hats, Caps, Silk and Gingham Umbrellas, in great va riety, of excellent quality. Piece Casslmeres of choice qualliles. laiyc assortment of gent's aud youths' Canes, sc. Low prices aud quick sales Is my motto. Please call ami see for yurselves, at xa Broad street, corner of 4tb. M. W. RcSF. oc 14? 3m Clothier, sc. yiRGINlA AGRICULTURAL FAIR. CLOTHING FORTHK MILLION. Ail are Invited to CALL AND BUST A SUIT MKN, BOYS, OR CHILDREN. cheap ('orcaah). at WILLIAM IRA SMITH'S, corner 10th and Malu streets, OLD STAND OF BALDWIN'S. [no II EAVy MERINO UNDERSHIRTS for cue dol% at * NOAH WALK KB A CO.'S, oc 31? lw ISM Wain street. QCARFS, BOWS, AND TIES, in eod U lesa variety, at NOAH WALKKR & CO.'S, oc Jl_lw 1W Main street. ? .I I. ......i.. i-j . - 1 ? lOfW? ***? STREET Is t lie pteee to and jrUBNISlU aS^SBote .. ...v ... , y fr-* . riLOTHlNG MADE TO ORDBB at \J NOAH WALKKR * CO *9. oc il ? lw MM Atom rtreet. REW ABD.? Stolen from mo at t! ?_ _ Fair Qrtbid' b t*C n f3.0<0 an. J ?;.i of tlie coupons of the York hive* K Broad fv, ( paur. An tbo^e icntpoiM arc n 't negotiable [ w pay the above reward for t he rctu rn of them. < person* arc warn*d against iraofng for 0,. i; Notice of Iho different numbers wm l?egiv r, soon as they caa hi obtained. lip 3- 3t* R. L. W 1NSTQ y. T OST, Tuesday evening, November u -i-i a POCK KT-B OOK rontainirtar rver %loj currency. 1 1i*- Under will !>e liberals raw aft b * rf.tirnJng It to the sulraerlber, <fh Mala strei opposite the i>os: office. uo3-3t* J. D. K. SLEIGHT STRAYED OH STOLEN FROM rj?; niv premises on the 14th October, a I&KDJh2a BUFFALO COW. with a white spot In h^' r< t < h.'aJ and a rut Jn the tip of both e?r*. A liber regard will be given for her return to me, or a information which will lead to Ler rer verv. FANNY BARNES, No. 7;? 9th It* French Garden H II. Lost, an old calfskin fockei BOOR, t>v name written on ttw inside- J ( BOXLKY. 1817? containing a twenty-dollar no; andab^ut as innch more In smaller notes and freetlrkfitto Frederick's Hall depot I will g 420 reward for its delivery to me at this oflW. no 3? 2t J. G. BOX LEY. Lost, n hair bracelet, with gr.i clasp ; M. a. sf. on the outside; f. f(. M ? the Inside. A liberal reward will be paid If left ; No. 613 east Main street, opposite the Arltngt. House. i'-* LOST, one SIX PER cent, bom ofthccitv of Richmond for flxteea hnn<l-< dollars, lfltuied to .J ilia Lee and Mary 7 ee ou t' I9tb of November, I8<w, and doe on the 1st of Jam ary, 1870; for the renewal of whirh appllcatlo will be made to tlie Auditor of the cltv. JIARTHA l>. LEE. jy 28~Th3m guardian of .lull a and Mary I er. _ _ WANT*. WANTED, WANTED? LAND BU V K KM to know that the RURAL PlKDMO' LAST) AGENCY- office, Gordonsvlhe, Va....hJ for sale, near and contiguous to ihe Ohes-.p and Ohio, and the Orange and Alexandria hi Manassas Railroads. HUNDREDS OF 5*AR*f"> large and small. Catalogues to be had free of co at Ford's Hotel. Richmond, Va.; Editor Chro.i cle , Charlottesville: J" cob L. Sibort, Ffq . I fir rlsonburg; Waverly HoteLCulpepce Conrt-iiou ??? D. D. M. DIGGKS. Proprietor, no 3? lw Gordonsv'.lk-, V.t. WANTED.? A SAWYER of lifted years' exj>erlence. and whocjn prod in e r i heat testimonials ot sklil, industry, and vo'rht., desires EMP'jOYMEnt. ? croons ocstring t.* services enn apply at the Clerk's Office Henri. County Court. ro 3 _':t * WANTED, housekeepers nnrl evervbnlv to know that thev ran buy HOvk-\!AI>?' AND IMPORTED FURNtTUUE at \|C. THUR UOoflJeY", No. 20 (governor ?-tre?-t. . t wen Main and Franklin. no i--:\ ? A N TE D-SALESM EN-Two exj7. rleneed salesmen Imnudh-tely ; rapv !< of commanding $2,000 per year, and i no with 1 t li no experience* OUIiAND BRh .. r.o 3? 1 w* 1004 Main srr<-<'. TXTANTED, a GOOD CHA M BE KMA 1 1 > TV WASHER and IKOKEft. Apply lo Mi'.H. WM. I'ALMEIl. It* No . 2 north 3th fir- ? :. T ANTED, TWO GOOD CUAT HA NHS lmme?llit?ly. A r- ply to 3 H. W'IUTlO'JK, ltli Jla In XXT A N T JC I), Imlios to m nd iit th<*ir T V 14 DT K fN'f " for fall early, . .. ks to them in good time. The largest and Ixst "DYF W(>ltKS" in Am ? rlea are those on Statrn Island. ';ii ofll r ... ? agency Is ftt KING'S, tiQ M.?!r. s? ? : . t. ,((v. , f-evenihand Eighth streets, U'rj.mon'!, v*a. Ladies In the country ran id l?v '?< xpi and have eooda rclurited thf eicic v t . an 8 -3m K. K'l.NG, !3jt J- WANT EVERYBODY TO KNOW .<*ve 1> -Yah i ? . Kroad. between Madison an<l Monr<.f.stret.?,wiV. ' [ shall keep constantly on h*ndOAK : nd i'l I W'ooiJ of the very he^t kind. .5 a we. I and split : suit customers, and delivered anywhere in tin*, itv; md will sell from one stick up ;o any quantity tlV [?uroh-ser may desire. nr 31-Sw Wf? LI A M 1' FORM. WANTED, FIFTY HANDS to work ou the Richmond a id Frederick-bur^ r?< i - ?i,cd (branch line) at llrooka's st.:tloa. V &1."5 rer day. Apply to J. ('. BRAGG, ;lck-burar Pailroad drpot, Broad strict, or t<- ti. >n tlia wo' k. oc 12 -am H. *m;nd:'0*. WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCl-P Virginia farmer, ^situ.tion as M \N j; in a farm; r r would eultlvati- a small tin SlfAlv'KS. I'tidervtamls raising s'ock. (io?"l ! ? fetvuees given. Addresa. s ailnjrtemH. no 2?21* " FARMKlf," Richmond, \ a. W A N T E D .? A STE ADV. I N I > I TitIOl'6 YOIJTH desires t le.?<n th.- I l\ NKKS' or any active trade -ill romu en t Satisfac'< ry cr v teference uiven. Addi>-- -!:? I?articul ir-, ?Al'i'UE.S'J IL't,' Ih'+jmt,!, .. litehmond, Va. no 1 WANTED? Everybody to know tlinf uc are A G E N TS for a C K f.F. B If A T M ) . A i - TIMOKK It A K Kit V. and w||l ?i| or.le- . r I ' :< ACK CAKKS, Ac., a( Baltimore w I sale prices. J. B BLAN'b ?t C?'.. oc 13 lm 13? i Carv o.i ??> k TTT ANTED, TO LEASE for one y< .r. TT with Ute privilege of ren- wimr the le i -. tlvo yea^s, :t FIdS !"-CLAS? ST A r. ti f >r a ('? 'I > TR\ bTOllt, on the railroader ran 1. a j j.h ? . E. I'. MOiiKIS. Ocbhnm Hepot. no 2 3 tn Albemarle county, \'i. WANTED, a well-rceommcntlod Ua MAN, t> cook. and. with a-nlstaure. t" >!?> the washing und Ironing for a m<n!i r.i!e--i/- i J . ? ily. Apply at No. U C'ury street, be ?e i. and Adams. no 2- ?t WANTED, PURCFIA^EKS FOR A GOOD HECON'i -HAN' ? Fa M ' V ? vi - RIAGK ; also, t vo OPEN anil one lid' For salt* low. Apply to W. * . SMITH, not? St " H2 Broad str 't. W "ANTED? SALESMEN - Two ?q ? - llet ced salesmen immediulelv ; capabli i commanding ^2.000 n?;r jcar. and otn- *ltn llttl- ? r no excerlen.e. DUKAND BU OC27? lw* 1004 Mam street. ANTED, 100 SHARKS RICIiM ? -NI> and PfcTtR-BTRG UAi iCA.) K. by THO?. BRANCH ,t C .. Bauker-j and Commission MerrLant*, oc 27? lw 1015 Mt'n str.eT. WANTED, borrowers for^i2,(X)0 a'. tv..? f| years, 12 per cent, inter si, en rit\ |>r. j.. r ty App'y to J. L. A I'l'ERS s no 2? ft Age-' t. PA IN TERS, VAR N ISHE HS, J~( ) I N EH>. AbDCALINJLT-MAKKRS v nTI.I) ?t G. F. WATX'N > no 2? 2t Furniture Factory, at ft< >cl??* t WA N TE D -100,000 POUNDS J \ Y 1IOOT immediately, forwhi. h wo will ;sy n liberal price. J. B. BLA ND A < >.. oc 18-lm 1321 C'.jrv htr* ? r. WANTED, A CAPABLE M ! ' Recommendations required. App'y ' s '? 3 3d street, lietwcen Maiu ?nd 7ary. no* FOB BEST. F OK RENT, TWO ROOMS on tln'P same floor, very eligibly sl.uafed, v.". !; ?l> ?A. O rt iliv u vv< f * j w ^ aas ami w:i c". ;ind In Itilf fouar-i of i> <V Square, suitable lor sLr.;,rle Kcntlcmen. >;;j)vw o a aoni/i ? 111,3 3t !!'?' Main .-.in - f._ For rent.? three or Fori:#* HO with kitchen aiul largo ceil .? -I room, lor rent to a family, at no/thwi .-.t <\<ru< t Mar. hall and fith -dteeH Xo. Tlrf. T-vui- ni'ie known on application. lt? Xj^OR RENT, several larce and *!?'e ROOMS, sjlta If for ;i rijail faii^-jLi ly. Also a very pcutut OFFICK liCM'M. tjitlre At Xo. loo m Main st/ett. no J j' FOR RENT, the beautiful and liand some FAMILY KKSi;>E.N CK now occu piwl be A. MtilspRiifrh, sitx.i edon Hoad, !??( ??? . ssdandstth ?tm*!s, containing II r<- m ki( ! ? with four rooms, olable, Ac., c .tl-v.mlts i ??.?:? house; all in complete ordtr. with h.tt.'.-i ? ami water In house, and thr ii;rtoui ; i! ? " yard, It deed. this 1? one of the most eon *???'.!<? : houses on Church U IH. Terms mode rale ??! possession In ? few d*\s. App'V to no 1 ? 3C ' l.\Sf. ? BKOTH' K. PURAL SHADES FOR KENT? XV situated o->)y two Mid h lalf inilp> < ???'. i.*+ o? the c ty, on (he li ?? Mil? road, contain!; - :i ACHES. with * beautiful and handsome < < T TAOJC KBMDENO; on same, coi.t tibia* u u rooms. Tlu re li a cew opch tr?! on the place. i A good :? uan? tte ieLt wil: be ni de.a:?. no 2? 3t L y SK & Mi O. , Atict' *. FOR RENT, a FOl'R-STOinVP HHI?"K HO(W, coiner of ltih and \Ur-iL* shall streets. The house 1? n cotnule'** order ?? ?> all modern lmpr'>veuimM, hot and cold >? larjee rsiure iu ilie kltcln-n. with jras tlircuah1"' premiss. Apply at So. Jot, comer oi Mat>f*" and Uth streets. n ? T?OR RENT, A NEW BRICKSTOKK g! J. and DWKi l.lM* on the no tit ?lde' t*j franklin street, betwee n Uth and IsthnimK -i? four rooms above the store, with xaa and *atrr. JAMES M. TAY1.0K. no 2? 3i Heal Etato A gent snd A ui-tlo/uv'. IP OR RENT, in teiiemc^^^)!. at f aouUieas* corner of Main and iJtb ^ ?-? ! several DKMHaBLk OFFICES in t.'i< m ' ?tory ; the TRIR^ and ForKTH ST??Klf TllCi* , each feel? 'Ighl and alrv su:* "1 halla for?o?l<3ty mett'tiya, ac. Apciy to oe 17 ~<t 1. u Ai'l'EKSt'.V. Ajtt . FOR REN T. the FIKST4;LA^tf? HTOrth.HOtt>K No- 410 Carysuect occupied by Board A Hlrslu ?ojtf?.vdou SWhiustau-. Apply to ?vhl f oc II endlqi* WII LUV? Hf. 11AXALU. , l?OR RENT, A VEkY O^lKABUr J hTOKK. No. JU Broad sinxU rtr?r-? moderate. Icqulre at 17W Main at. ^ I DO FOB TliE FAIR.-I^'^ XI vvlu#U>tl<e*'alr, k.MiiduulijtH iu?f tike Baltimore ^toie and gttoaaot tu>? ?*?' ^ OHIOK ? tKlj. We hnw juvl 'Tff f ibe AfSraif? PI4* "" "" priius KPBBMoa ftwjgjKg:* |~ol ?tl! *a *** ***"