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FKIDAY SEPTEMBER 27,1872.
The Gas Works.
The investigation into tlw management of
t his Important department of the dtJ
went HM not jet been broujtM to ? <*?*?
It b,, gone far enoi.fh ?o
tZSZLdetection. The
.nitl ' Hk-itrd bv the commit ion, ton
the Council Com
So. lictrenchnicnt ?nd Reform. eo,t^
?? a?l?u?etu. record of meters w.U.onl
hands, meters that do not register, ami me
ter* whose existence was unauthorized, of
forscdligu.es and money unaccounted or,
of persistent neglect of duty on the par o
officers and subordinate*; of bills improperly
collected and of delinquents improperly -
dulged; of service-pipe laid under suspi
cious circumstance*, and ot an almos en -
h+* catalogue of minor irregularities and dis
crepancies. 5orbtt the least serious fea
ture of ?bese revelations that the guilt>
have so little fear of getting their deserts
that more false entries and forgeries have
been made on the books of the Inspector s
office while the investigation is in progress
and in the very building in which the com
mission Is silting.
In view of facts already brought to light
the Mayor und h? associates arc right in sup
posing that nothing but a most thorough and
*curching investigation followed by the
speedv deposition of all implicated iu any
way either by act of omission or commission
in these abuses of power will satisfy the peo
ple whose confidence has been misplaced. 1 his
is a matt er rising far above both jiersonalaml
party considerations, and we feci sure that
neither will be allowed to influence this up
right jury in Its verdict.
The year 187- has been marked by an up
rising of the i>eople in all parts of the coun
try against corruption iu the government ot
cities", of states, and of the nation. In this
respect, as in others, Richmond must not be
behind the nge. Mr. Hk.cins and his asso
ciates of the Committee on Light arc enti
tled to the thanks of the whole community
for taking the initiatory steps in this impor
tant movement, and the Mayor and the
Council are equally to be thanked for eon
ducting the investigation with so much
viiior.
The Campaign.
There lias not been a day since the Balti
more nomination that things looked so cheer
ful for Greeley as they do to-day. The
Grantltcs me driven to desperation, and as
un evidence, look where the Cabinet is
Boutwkll at llarrisburg. Pa., this evening;
Williams goes to Mcadsvillc, l'a., to-day;
Delano coumieuces in the same State Mon
day ; and Postmaster Cbeswell the day after.
Even Turner, the negro minister to Liberia,
lias gone to Missouri to stump for Grant
and Vilson. Pennsylvania is sure at the
October election for the Democrats. Senator
Fknton, chairman of the National Liberal
Committee, reached Washington Wednes
day, and makes satisfactory report ot the
progress of I lie campaign in Ohio, Indiana,
and Pennsylvania. He has no doubt of a
complete Liberal triumph in the last two
States on October 8th. The tour of 31r.
Ghkblky seems to have set the West?that
heart of the nation?on lire.
Porter on the Wane.
The struggle in the Fourth Congressional
District seems to have settled down upon the
election of Stowell, of the Ucvenue and all
the other Departments. All seem to have
deserted poor Portek. Ex-Governor Y\ ells,
and Judge Mokton, and Keen Burgess, and
Pi.att are all going to speak at Petersburg
to-night, and it is understood they will all
give Stowell a lift. The Republican oiyau
here is dead agaiubt Porter, and he seems
to have but one lYiend, and that oue
doubtless animated by a fellow-feeling? I
Senator Lewis, who will soon himselt
be out of a situation, and will have, like
Pom**, to carpet-bag into some black dis
trict to get a position. There is nothing that
will give the people of Virginia more sincere
pleasure than to sec such men as Poktek and
Lewis, who represent nothing but them
selves, out of the halls of Congress, and they
rejoice even at a prospect of such a blessing.
The Republican majority in the Fourth Dis
trict is only 7,000, and Stowei.l can give
Porter two or three thousand votes, and
still come out handsomely ahead.
George Alfred Tovnsend calls attention
to the fact that Schuyler Colfax, as well as
his successor, James G. Blaine, the former
and present Shakers of the House, kept at
the head of the Pacific Railroad Committee
Oakks Ames, the briber, who was all the
while a brother of the president of the Union
Pacific railroad and a member of the Credit*
Mobllier. Messrs. ColfaX and Blaine are
two of the thirteen named by Cobb as re
ceiving bribes from the Credit-Mobilier
through Ames. Mr. Townsend also states
that Mr. Ames never made a proposition con
cerning the Union Pacific which did not bc
come a law by act of Congress. Can any
oue doubt that this business needs sifting ?
Toe Georgia Election' next Wednesday.
On Wednesday, October 2d, the Georgia
election for Governor and members of the
Legislature takes place. The candidates for
Governor are James M. Smith, now (gov
ernor of the State, and Dawson A. Walker?
the first a supporter of Greeley, and the lat
ter ot Grant. A glance at the probable-re
milt in tbe State shows the following pros
pects : Georgia in 1808 gave Seymour, for
President, a majority of 45,088 over Grant;
but in Hi? name year Bullock, the corrupt
eari>et>-bagi:er, was elected Governor by
<;,SGS majority, Bullock having fled the
State to avoid puuishmeut for his misdeeds,
Governor SlUth, a Democrat, was elected
with very little opposition to fill his place.
At the election of congressmen in 1870 the
aggregate Democratic majority throughout
the State was 22,590. These figures would
heem sufficient to justify the sanguine
belief enUakiinod by Governor Smith's sup
portci* that he will be reelected by a huge
majority. The election of Greeley and Brown
in November, judged by the same facts, may
be regarded as assured.
Noiith Carolina Counterfeiters Ar
rested.?-On Monday last Oscar J. McFee
was arretted at Charlotte, N. 0.? and Joseph
Baker at Salisbury, N. C., by a United States
detective, charged with counterfeiting.
About $200 in counterfeit gold colli was
traced to McFoe and a smaller amount to
Baker. One hundred mouldings for coining
were found in the porwwidn of McFee, and
a sfcnallcr number in the possesion of Baker.
After hearing the testimony, Jud^e Dick
bouul over MeFeo in the sum of $>,CC')
and P d.^r in ih; sum of ?1,00*) to aj:p?aiv ut
the i?cxt leiiu of the District Court at
QreeMbvro', beginning tho first Monday in
>ber next. In default of j
retftanded to jail, and was set
safekeeping, the jail at CbarjRytte n<
deemed secure enough. mcfee to
linlan by birth, and came to North Carolina
from Texfl?. ? _
Livblt Cahtatoktng?On Monday inst,
while speaking at Mount Sidney, Augusta
county, Colonel o'Fermll (Independent) and
Judge Harris (Conservative), candidates for
Congress, had a personal rencontre, disputed
vefiuity being the eause.
i t lectkd TO tub WEST VIRGINIA LkOISLA
f trre.?Colonel George R. C. Floyd, a bro
ther of the late General John B. Floyd, aud
formerly a citizen of Tazewell county, Ya.,
was chosen at the recent election in West
Virginia to represent Logan county in the
Legislature of that State.
Tu>; Working People.?The National
Council, Order of United American Me
chanics, has adjourned at New York after
electing H. P. Anderson, of New York,
National Councillor for the ensuing year.
The International Convention of Machin
ist* and Blacksmiths at Albany, N. Y., has
chosen John Fehrenbatch, of Cleveland
Ohio, president.
Conference.?The Western Conference
of the Southwestern (Va.) Lutheran Synod
meets at Cedar Grove church, in Marion
county, to-day.
hon. Stephen R. Mallory, former Secre
tary of the Navy of the Confederacy, is
[(resident of a Greeley and Brown Club at
Bloxham, Fla.
ham*.Meetings of the i?oople.
State Conservative Committee, )
Richmond, September 26, 1872. >
Ma s-meetings of the friends of Greeley
and Brown will l?c held at i bo following
times and places, upon which occasions they
will be addressed by the following distin
guished gentlemen:
Richmond City, October 2.
Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, General J. L. Kem
per, Colonel R. E. Withers, Hon. J. B. Bald
win, Hon. John Goode, Jr., Hon. Thomas S.
Bocock, Hon. J. W.Johnston, ex-Governor
William Smith, W. T. Sutheriin.
king and (jueen Courthouse, October ?'?.
Kx-lb'utenanl-Governor Robert L. .Mon
tague, Hon. k. M. Braxton, Hon. B. B.
Douglass, W. W. Walker, J. Bovd Healy.
Nottoway Courthouse, October 3.
Colonel R. E. Withers, i\ W. McKinney,
Hon. A. M. Kcilev, Colonel William E.Cam
eron, W. It. Berkeley.
Lynchburg, October 4.
Lieutenant-Governor J. L. Marye, Jr..
Hon. J. W. Johnston, Hon. Thomas S. Bo
cock, Hon. J. P. Ilolcombe, Hon. R. T. W.
Duk?\ Thomas Whilehead, Esq., R. A. Cog
hill, esq.
Gordonsville, October o.
Hon. A. ii. ii. Stuart, Colonel R.E. With
ers. Judge Robert Ould, Colonel Joseph
Mayo, Jr., Hon. B. Johnson Barbour, ex
Governor William Smith, Colonel W. S.
Giltnan, General Eppa Huiiton, General
James H. Williams.
Scottsvii.le, October o.
Hon. John T. Harris, Hon. Walter d.
Leake, Colonel W. B. Berkley, A. A. Gray,
Esq., S. v. Soutball, N. ii. Mas>ie, General
J. C. Hill.
Hicksford, Greensville County, October 7.
Colonel P. W. MeKiuncy, E. K. Harris,
Esq., Charles S. Stringl'ellow, Esq., R. B.
Rerkeley, Esq., Colonel William Cameron.
Colonel George Boiling, J. R. Ivilby, Major
L. R. Page.
Hknkico Court-Hoi'se, October 7.
Judge Robert Ould, James ii. Dooley, Esq.,
Colonel J. McDowell Carrington, Captain
George D. wise, Hon. A. M. Keiley, Colonel
J. k. C'onnally.
Ciiari.ottksvii.le, October 7.
lions. John B. Baldwin, John T. Harris,
J. P. Ilolcombe, Lieuteuant-Goveinor J. L.
Marye, Jr., Colonel W. S. Gilman.
Rocky Mount, Franklin County, October 7.
Hon. Thomas S. Flournov, lJerryman
Green, Esq., Hon. W. W. Wood, Colonel
George C. Cabell, Colonel A. M. Davis,
Colonel John E. Penn, Colonel Willum -Mar
tin, R. W. Peatross.
Christiansburg, October 7.
Colonel R. E. Withers, Hon. Thomas S.
Bocock, Colonel James m. French, Colonel
W. R. Berkeley, General William Terry,
James A. Walker, R." T. Bowen, A. C. C'uin
uiings,
WooDstoch, Shenandoah County, October 7.
General J. L. Kemper, Hon. John Letcher,
Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, Colonel James W.
Skinner, Judge A. B. Cochran, Moses Wal
ton, Esq., General J. E. Roller.
R. T. Daniel, Chairman.
J. li. Fisher, Secretary.
C'nrl Seluirz in PliilmleS|ihia.
Senator Sehuiz. of Missouri, delivered tin
address in German in Philadelphia 011 Tues
day night, ou iKilitieal issues, to an audience
which crowded Concert Hall to overflowing,
many being unable to obtain admission. He
was received with such popular demonstra
tions as to be for some time unable to pro
ceed. When silence was restored lie pro
ceeded with his speech, which we find inter
preted and sketched in the Philadelphia
Ledger, as follows 1
No party, he said, should depend solely
upon what it has done, but has a right, to
l>e criticised in regard to what it proposes to
do. Under the present rule, while the right
of voting has been granted to the colored
men ot the South, that right ha* been cir
cumscribed by compelling them to vote for
certain parties under duress, in view of their
ignorance, which made tliem ready tools.
He advocates giving every man, white or
black, the right to vote as he pleases without
compulsion. Any other docti lue must lead
to corruption and misrule, and he was glad
to say tbut Horace Greeley will inaugurate a
new doctrine, and one beneficial to the whole
country. [Applause.] Horace Greeley will
give general amnesty in truth, the present
demand of the country, and the policy dic
tated by true statesmanship. [Applause.]
The Cincinnati Convention was the out
cropping of the seutimeat of the people that
there should be peace between the two sec
tions. The Republicans had carried every
thing, and yet had awarded the colored man
comparatively nothing. Carpet-baggers in
the .South swallowed up everything. [Ap
plause.] These carpet-baggers weut to the
South to get a portion denied them in the
North, and then swindled those who raised
them to power. If the people in the North
knew the full story of the oppressions of
these ciu'pet-baggers, their hearts would bleed
both for the whites and blacks of the South.
Throughout the South the State debts have
iuereased under thes-e carpet-baggers to an
extent to threaten bankruptcy, while the
authors of these wrongs have been filling
their pockets. If these debts had been the
result ot the war there might be some ex
cuse, but it is the result of the immuuity
granted by the Government to the carpet
baggers. [Applause.]
He reviewed the conduct of the Govern
ment in this connection, with Grant as su
preme, which had given a corps of rascals
as officers instead of honest men. With this
record can tbe party in Pennsylvania ask
you to elect Hartrauft as Governor? Has
the Hepublican party in the nation or this
State endeavored to uproot corruption ? and
if ao, in this State is Hartranft, then, repre
sentative of that reform f We endeavored to
point out to the Administration the corrup
tions, and at once we were denounced as
4t traitors," and we concluded that we bad
got into wrong company, and we left t hem,
[Applaud and laughter:] The speaker re
viewed the President's career and the Ad
m'riistrtttbnVs i>c]icy, charging the President
of theXTpltcU Btutca with a violation of the
Constitution irf tho San Domingo business,
jtt endeavoring td tieckro war a* his own
motirij|thus usuifrtogI power not
merci#io sbo^Siolatlcf^C l^w by tl
office^' under the President. and if this
fecognized there Is no difference between
tbfc? country and tbe most absolute monarchy,
where tbe will of tbe sovereign usurps that
of tbe people. The ktiklux was a bug-bear
with the Administration, but it enabled it to
keep in employment 1,400 Government spies*
who u*ed their power by compelling men to
vote for Grant, under a threat of arrest if
thev dared to exercise their own free will.
AH the opponents of the Administration,
who eighteen months ago were praised as
patriots the speaker among them, are now
denounced as rascals and he should not be
surprised to hear that he had robbed the re
sected Prfpident of this meeting. [Laugh
ter.] At Cincinnati he had favored another
standard-bearer than the on'* selected but
now that Horace Greeley was the cnndi'late,
and that nomination had been indorsed a
Baltimore, why should men vote tor uran
to continue the corruj)tion and mismanage
ment and unconstitutional acts of his Ad
ministration? [Applaiise.]
There is time for a change. He bad not
left the Republican party to join the Demo
cratic party, but to unite with the good men
of all parties in purifying the Government
[applause]; and Horace Greeley was well
known by bis record as the life-long friend
of the principles which will give peace to
the country, and we shall, as patriots, grasp
the hands of those whose hands are now out
stretched tewards usaskingrtconciliation and
good government. [Applause.] in this cru
sade the presence of money by the Adminis
tration to buy votes ought not to deter any
one from doing their duty at the polls. Be
true in Pennsylvania and elect Buckalew,
and all will be well. [Long-continued ap
plause.] The Germans, in the rebellion,
were prompt to respond to the will of the
Government; so now let t hem march to the
front and protect the Government. [Ap
plause.]
Subsequently the same evening Mr. Schurz
was serenaded at the La Pierre House, and
addressed the assemblage in English. Re
ferring to Missouri and the Liberal move
ment then-, he said that when the Republi
cans of Missouri refused to do justice to the
people, the Liberals took charge ot the Stat'-,
and the result proved that by givinjr to the
rebels the right of American citizenship
there was a corresponding response, for there
is no State in the Union where the rights of
the lowliest are more thoroughly respected.
[Applause.] We ate there a band of brothers.
[Applause.] All we ask is that the people
shall confer upon the entire nation the bless
ings we have conferred upon the people of
Missouri. [Applause.] It.is said that the
election of Horace Greeley will lead to finan
cial ruin. This is a manufacturing city and
youwmt a market, and you want the ]>co
ple of every State to he in a condition to pur
chase your'goods. Now you find the people
of the South impoverished by the rule of the
earpet-ljaggers, and unable to buy what you
provide. The carpet-baggers, by dest roying
the South, have destroyed the North by de
stroying the markets of the North. All the
adverse influences in the South are fostered
by the Administration, lilect Horace Gree
ley President and have reconciliation, and all
the secret leagues in the South and the rule
of the carpet-baggers will crumble to dust.
[Applause.] He appealed only to common
sense to impress this lesson, lie urged his
hearers to remember the State election. If
you elect Buekalew and give your State the
luxury of an honest government, there i*
nothing on earth that will prevent the elec
tion of Horace Greeley as President of the
United States in November. [Applause.]
Intkkestjng ('Ai.crr.ATioNs.?A writer in
Tennessee makes some interesting calciiliu
tions in regard to the presidential election.
He thinks-the Slates which arc certain tor
Greeley are*
,S7<it(n. Elutoml rote. I Ehrtoral n,t>.
Arkansas ? I Teimostw 12
JJelawnrc 3 Texas *
.v- II I Virginia 11
Kentucky 121 West Vlrglulsi 5
Maryland *! ?
Misvmii -*..-'5 Total....1?1
North Carolina I" I
The States which are doubtful, but which
will probably go for Greeley, are:
Alabama 10 I Louisiana ?
Florida i! , ~
Total ?0
The only southern Stile which Is counted
as certain for Gran! is South Carolina, 7.
The one doubtful State which is probable
i<- Mississippi, 8.
If Greeley carries none of the doubtful
southern States he can be elected by the vole
of New York. Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
and Indiana, with those States in the South
of which he is sure. If he carries Alabama
and Louisiana, as I am confident he will, the
vote of New. York and Pennsylvania alone
will come within one electoral vote of the
181 required for a choice; or he could lose
Pennsylvania and still succeed with Indiana
and New Jersey, and cither Connecticut,
Wisconsin, or any two of the three Pacific
Stales.
MAltltlEU,
September 25th, 1*7::. I>v Kev. Dr. Bctldlielm. Mr.
KMII- SALOMON'SlvY to Miss YKTTA JAC'OU
SON, both of thla city. No c;ird*. *
IHED,
Yesterdav niornlng. ut 7 o'clock, after a severe
ami painful illness. JOHN TIIOM \S, InfHiit son of
Mary V. and Andrew Bowler. aj;cd one year and
nine days.
Farewell, mother: lay mc gently
In my little narrow bed ;
Tlilnk of God who cave and took me,
Now I slumber with the de;id.
Farewell, father. T must laave you
For the d uk and silent tomli:
Clow my eyes in deathless slumber,
Faded in my early (doom. *
His funeral will take place from the Fnlton Bap
tist church THIS EVEN tN(J ?tt 3 o'clock. Friends
ami acquaintances of the family are Invited to at
tend without further notice.
MI LITARYNOTKTS.
Headquarters Company "B,*')
WaI-KKR LIGHT GUARD, /
Richmond, September 27,187?. J
r^IIE MEMBERS OF THIS COMPANY V
J. will assemble TO-NIGHT at s o'clock in theQ
Howitzers' Hall. The Haltiniore trip will U- uls-{?*
cussed, and every member mud lie present. ByR
order of Captain BASS. C. T. BJNFOItD."
ne "7-11* First Sergeant.
HEADQrARTEUK F COMPANY, i
First Regiment Virginia Volunteers. \
ATTEND DRILL with arms at your
armory at8 o'clock promptly, THIS EVE
NING. Business of interest to the company re-(if
quires a full attendance. jfi
By order or Captain Clarke.
se 27-11? H. r. MOUTHS. O. S.
IlEADQUARTEUS ATTL'CKS tit'AMD,)
Richmond, Va., September 26, l?72. j
QPECIAL UKDER.?This command will i
O assemble ?.u FRIDAY MORNNING the :7 th ft
lust nt, in full dress uniform, armed and equt|>~n*
j>ed, at to o'clock, on Ross street near Mayo, hs an /t
escort to the Stanton Battalion, of Washington,
D, C. Every member should Ik.- present. By order
Ca till! If. L". llOBSON. L.. A. PANE, \_>. S.
8e 26-2t*
AMIINEMESTS.
RICHMOND THEATRE.
Great success of the
NEW AND TALENTED COMPANY.
FRIDAY EVENING, Seftemrer 27tii,
EAST LYNNE.
Matinee, Saturday at 2 o'clock,
O U R S1
Saturdav evening. The Tk'kel-of-Lenve-Man;
Mouday. Sep tender 30th. first appearance In many
vear-i of the great'tragic actress Miss JEAN HOS
MEH as ?4 Eilzalicth.'t ^e 27-11*
RADICKE'S PANORAMA OF THE
LIFE OF CHRIST
wilt lie exhibited at Union Station church on
THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS. September
28tb aud z7th. Doors open at 7; performance com
mence at? o'clock.
Admission : Adults, 25c.; children, loc.
te 2<-2t*
KOARBIXG.
BoTRDrNG.?Mrs. SULLY, No. S03
Franklin str?;et, has a peeoud-*tory front room,
'communicating with a small room and a back par
lor, which she desires to have occupied by pcrma
ueut boarders.
Wanted, also, SIX TABLE BOARDERS.
Be 27?3t* ? .
AND BUILDERS, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. A31 persons indebted to the late cOnccrn
. J K JOSEPH T, Bit|GG?.
gSPtfettBfcjR U, 1872a Hx 3>-lW *
*>?
called asaCSiibly v-i fc
d W^UngtonrHalVro Bth?s
Ninth nnd Tenth street*, THISi - ? ~
VING ?t 7 o'clock. Business of Import
nnfC cWmB lb; .MnrtMce <*?W Sir,
KoIei,u Byortoor.g^^ I
WriLlAM .T- ttmmnt. Recorder, ?*Z7-u
omenr enrr f
ItrctlMcwn. ?
MONDAY, September 3tth, a. nlNT0HD, .
co ?- 1t Superintendent School".
ttpvtioN FIREMEN.?Ainpeting'of
T, nn\ ?ri OF CONTROL of the Fin: Qe
? nV'tlir city of Richmond will he held ;it
??n8hlHgton Hall on FRIDAY, Suptetnbcr 2Trh
X&?t S * o'clock P. M.. for the n^^ntoffln^
'' n^kFaciu
JsrECIAl,
HST*IE\V GOODS! NEW GOODS!
CARDOZO. FOITBQUREAX A CO..
1000 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE,
AJtE NOW RECEIVING THEIK
FALL AND WINTER STOCK. .
EMlHtACINO
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASOK!
EVERY ARTICLE OF WHICH
THEY GUARANTEE TO SELL
AT THE
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
fse 2.1-3 m]
ROOKS. STATIONERY. Ac.
Depository of school and col
LEGE TEXT-BOOKS. .
The subscribers are prepared to supply nil the va
A0US SCTIOOL-BOOKS
used in the
PUBLIC and PRIVATE SCHOOLS
of the c'tv and State, together with all kinds of
STATIONERY.
INSTRUCTION-BOOKS and MUSIC for the
' They have some SECOND-HAND BOOKS which
can be had at about jialt' prico. ..... ..
w. .j7 WOODUOrSF. it PARHAM.
OODHOITSE & PARHAM'S
ES I'ABLISHMKNT.
NO. 1205 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
FIRST FLOOR ,
Is stored their retail stock of BOOKS. STATION
ERY. PIANO-FORTES. MUSIC, BIBLES. PHO
TOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, &C.
SECOND FLOOR
Is tlicir WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, which in
cludes flat PAPERS, for the mannfarture of
jHank Books and for printers' use. Also. SCHOOL
HOOKS used in the public schools of the stiitc. In
''"'"'"''THIRD AND FOURTH FLOORS
nrr devoted l<> the manufnetureof BLANK HOOKS
and PAPER BOXES, and Includes their BOOK
\Vitli tVir i>< si Mock tli?y have had since the war.
WHOLESALE BUYERS
mav rest assured that they can obtain everything
needtd in their Hue at satisfactory prices.
RETAIL BUYE(<8 , ? ,
will find a beautiful stock of the choicest BOOKS.
STATION I R Y (both staple and fancy), and the
best PIANO-FORTES made.
Orders by mail receive faithful and .prompt
attention. ' sc 23-d&w2w
OCHOOL-BOOK DEPOT.
TEACHERS. PARENTS, AND SCHOLARS
will find all the SCHOOL-BOOKS used in our
public and private schools at
J. T. EI.LYSON'S
RICHMOND SCHOOL-BOOK DEPOT,
111*2 Main street.
tincc (loons above tin- IHxpatch office. .
He would Invite the attention of parents teachers,
and scholars to liL large and varied assortment of
S<||i.)OL-BOOKS,
embracing all the leading books used In colleges and
public and private schools, nnd which are sold at
publishers' lowest rates.
ALL BOOKS USED IN PUBIC SCHOOLS
supplied at lowest prlce.t fixed b> State Board of
Education.
COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF SCHOOL AND
COLLEGE TEXT-BOOKS
furnished free on application.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS TO MERCHANTS AND
se 18-2 w TEACHERS.
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i
A large and most Iwautiful assortment of PHO
TOGRAPH ALBUMS forsale, wholesale and retail.
at d. T. ELLYSON'S
School-Hook Depot,
SP ls-;w 1112 Main street.
STEREOSCOPES
AND
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS.
The largest assortment of STEREOSCOPIC
VIEWS in the c.ltv, embracing viewM ol
RICHMOND AND VICINITY,
SCOTLAND,
IRELAND.
HOLY LAND.
SWITZERLAND,
UNITED STATES,
PARIS.
WEiTiVArs 'ciu.imKD OROure.
KNUUSil WI.UK K!fVKKlj:VKOS'S
School-Hook Depot.
ls-2w 1113 Main street.
J1 ALL HOOK TRADE.
Merchants will llnd at
J. T. ELLYSON'S
SCHOOL-BOOK DEPOT.
No 1112 Main street,
three doors above the DUt/JUt'jh office,
a full line of
ALL BOOKS USED IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
ALL BOOKS USED IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS
AND COLLEGES,
together with a fine assortment of
STATIONERY,
COPY-BOOKS,
SLATES,
INK,
PENS,
PEN-HOLDERS,
PENCILS,
aud everything found in a llrst-class School-Book
Depot.
ALL BOOKS used in our public schools furnished
at prices fixed bv State Board of Education.
CATALOGUE of school-books sent by mail free
to any address.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS TO MERCHANTS AT
J. T. ELLYSON'S
SCHOOL-BOOK DEPOT,
pi-2w 1112 Main street.
0
VR NEW CATALOGUE
OF SCHOOL-BOOKS
English. French, German. Italian. Spanish. Greek,
and Latin?"1th prices. mailed free to all.
Dlscouut made to merchants, teachers, and others.
RANDOLPH & ENGLISH,
Dealers la Law, Miscellaneous Books, and
se 16-rtAw Stationery. 131S Main street.
OCIIOOL-B00KS.?STARKE & RY
O LAN D, Booksellers, 915 Main 6treet, Richmond,
Va., are prepared to furnish all the
SCHOOL-BOOKS and
&CHOOL STATIONERY
used In the
Public Schools,
Private Schools,
and Colleges,
ON THE nE3T TERMS.
Catalogues farnishfd free. LIIhtiI discount* to
teacher*. Mprrliaots' order* tilled prompt! v and at
N ew York trade prlccs. Sen d vonr orders" to
STARKE A RYLAmO,
se 17-lm Richmond, Va.
CARItlASla, BlftCIE8, Ac. ~
iTaRHIAGeZ BUGGIES, AKDrdKMLg,
" V WAGONS of my o?*n manufacture, gjy*=^E**
Warranted of be->t quality and rttueh.
Alio, sever*! SEu'NWlASD BUGGTES and
WAGONS. *m? or Trithnut tops. All for sale low.
BEPAIRING promptly done. .
? . Sv. (\SM1T1I .-^19 Fifth stmt.
- u iwtwcca Brond M*wh?Ui
FOB Fi
A Bplenrdld i
at the
PLAIN, 8TKIPEI
BLACK and COtOI
m-AC^anUCOtORED FRENCH RHINOS,
BLACK BOMBAWNES, '
CREPE CLOTHS and ALPACA8,
I J APANE8E SILKS and POPLINS, all colors; ? ~
CABSTMERE8.
DOESKINS ?nd WATER-PROOF CLOTHB,
FLANNELS, QUILTS, BLANKTTS. SHAWLP,
CHILDREN'S, LADIES' and GENTS' UNDER
' VESTS;
VELVETEENS, VELVET RIBBONS, LACES,
EMBROIDERIES. LACE COLLARS and SETS,
OORSET3. KID GLOVES,
C REPE COLLARS and VEILS,
^BALMORALand BOULEVARD SKIRTS,
TABLE and PIANOCOVERS.
WHITE and COLORED TABLE LINENS,
TABLE OIL-CLOTHS,
and minv other goods which we offer as cheap as
am linii.-e In II"' ''it).
WILLIAM THALHTMER .* riONr>.
1013 Main street. opposite the P0?t>4M^, and
60 001 Broad street, corner Sixth.
~ ^3" OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS WEL
please tike notice that we will occupy our new store,
CORNER OF MAIN AND EL EVENTH
STREETS, on the 1ST OF OCTOBER- In the
mean time onr great CLOSING-OPT SALE will be
continued at our profit stand?1213 ami 1215
M AIN STREET. We offer the following goodfcall
of which w?- guarantee to come up to representation,
at prices so low :us to Insure a speedy sale:
ANDROSCOGGIN, FRUIT OF THE LOOM, and
AUBURN COTTON at lfljc. per yard;
WAMSUTTA and DA VOL COTTON at 13c.;
NEW YORK MILLS COTTON at 10c.;
Full-width UNBLEACHED SHEETING at 32c.
per yard worth 40c.; _
BLEACHED SHEETING at 38c. per yard worth
see.;
PILLOW-CASE COTTON forty-two inches wide
?t I6}c. worth 2Pc.;
NICE CALICOES for comforter* at ?Jc. per yard;
HEAVY GINGHAMS at I2$c. per yard worth 16jc.:
? "WIDE SKIRTING CAMBRIC at 25c. per yard
worth 35c.;
O.I1ECKFM NAINSOOK :it 20 and 25c. per yard
would he cheap at 30 and 40c. p?r yard;
I5:i?lA TW ILL LONG-CLOTH at 30c. worth 40c.
per yard;
JAPANESE SILKS In grea variety at all prices:
JAPANESE SILK ROBES, 11 colors, at *3 worth
alio;
j EMPRESS CLOTHS aud FRENCH MERINOS at
i low prices;
I Bargains In IRISH ond FRENCH POPLINS;
\ Nottingham laces for curtains;
'.NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS;
"HUCKABACK TOWELS at f 1.25, *1.50. *->, +3. aud
up to *9 per dozen;
LINEN FRINGED NAPKINS at 60c. worth 75c.
}
i per dozen;
} T A BLE-CLOTHS, pure lluen, two yards long. at *1
! worth 81-50;
\ TWEEDS, SATTINETS, CASS1MERES, and
| CLOTHS much Mow regular pi Ices;
RED, WHITE, YELLOW, and GRAY FLAN
NELS;
BLEACHED and UNBLEACHED COTTON
FLANNELS In all qualities;
1 BR I DAL or HON EY-COMB yUlLTS, large enough
for the largest beds, at $1.15?would lie cheap at
|. *i.5o;
? CALICO COMFORTABLES at *.\ *3,and *i;
; BLANKETS, all sizes and qualities;
} (JARPETS. RUGS, OILCLOTHS. MATTING- and
I MATS In great variety;
i LADIES' READY-MADE GARMENTS;
! MERINO SHIRTS and DRAWERS for men. wo
J men. and children ;
| LINEN DIAPER, ten yards In a piece, at *1.50
j worth *2;
i COTTON DIAPER, leu yard< In a piece, at *1.35
j worth *1.73;
j The genuine COATS'S and (LARKS SI OO L
COTTON at .70c. per dozen ;
' CROCHET EDGINGS at 15 and 23?-. for a piece ot
I twelve yards, worth Sc. per yard;
! UNBLEACHED KNITTING COTTON at 5W. per
! pound;
? COTTON YARN at *1.75 for live pounds;
[ BLEACHED KNITTING COTTON In balls, all
; sizes from ? to SO. at 80c. per pound;
[?LADIES' LINEN COLLARS ?t *1 pel- dozen
i worth *2;
r GENTLEMEN'S LINEN COLLARS at 75c. per
[ flo/.i'ii?would )>e clicap at $1.50;
! GENTLEMEN'S LINEN CUFFS at fcvioper dozen
I worth *r.;
J HAMBURGH EDGINGS ami INSERTINGS at
I great bargains;
1 INFANTS'EMBROIDERED ROBES ?t$J. *1. *5,
and up to *10;
i INFANTS' FROCK WAISTS at 50, ?0 7."?e., *1. and
k up to *3; *
f HOOP-SKIRTS at all prices;
| BUSTLES In twenty different styles from 30c: to
*1.50 each;
! SILK BUTTONS. FRINGES, and GIMPS;
; NE< K-TIESand SCA R Fb for ladhnandK?'iitlemon:
j besides hundreds of other articles, to all of which
we nail particular attention.
Purchasers of goods In our line will ttnd It to their
advantage to buy of us, and they will tlnd out that
we will do all that we promise.
Goods will only be sent on receipt of the money,
or by express cash on delivery.
LEVY BROTHERS,
w 10 lt213 and 1215 Main street.
AST" BARGAINS IN POPLINS, DRESS
GOODS, ORGANDIES. LAWNS, PERCALES;
ALSO,
LINEN GOODS for boy*;
TOWELS. NAPKINS,
ALPACAS, Ac., Ac.
THOMAS R. PRICE A CO., dtirlnsr the present
month, to relieve the tedium of " dog days," will
?*Iose out many styles of SUMMER HOODS without
regard to cost. No list of prices Is given, hut each
article will show for Itself.
Also on hand, received recently by steamer and
express.
NEW and PRETTY PRINTS, In American and
English;
WHITE and COLORED PIQUES, 25 to 50c.
BLACK GRENADINES;
BLACK DELANES;
LINEN-BOSOM SHIRTS ; GAUZE SHIRTS
HOSIERY, every grudc;
LINEN aud LACE COLLARS and CUFFS ;
BLACK and COLORED RIBBONS;
BELTS. CORSETS,
KID GLOVES,
THREAD GLOVES,
BUSTLES, new styles;
SHEETINGS, Imth linen and cotton :
PILLOW LINEN and IRISH LINEN :
DRILLINGS and CASSLMERES. for gentlemen;
CLOTHS, VESTING#. Ac.
NEW GOODS DAILY.
T. It. PRICE A CO.,
an 5 1101 Main street, corner Eleventh.
GST THE BEST COD-LIVER OIL.
MEADE JL BAKER'S
MEDICINALLY PURE CUD-LIVER OIL,
imported direct from New Fottndland.
Approved and pre*?erli>ed l?y the most eminent
physicians in Virginia and North Carolina a? the
?'HFST. PUREST, AND MOST ACCEPTABLE
TO THE STOMACH." A fre^liinpnly Just revived.
MEADE & BAKER.
Importing Pharmacists,
ap :o 919 Main street, Richmoud, Va.
m3t'B AT CHE LOR'S HAIR DYE.?
This fitiperb HAIR DYE l< IbeNwtin tlie world?
perfectly harmless, reliable, and instantaneous; no
disappointment; no ridiculous tints or cllsapwuible
odor. Tliegenuine WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR'S
HAIR DYE produces lmmediately a splendid Mack
or naturul brown; leaves the hair clean, soft, beau
tiful: does not contain a particle of lead or any in
jurious compound. Sold by all druggists. Factory,
16 BOND STREET. N. Y. Jy 11-eod
J.
I? R (ll'ESS I? Ji'A IJfAlt DS.
It. TUCKER^
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Charleston, W. Va ,
will continue to attend to business in Huntington.
Spec! ?1 attention given to all matters con twrted with
mil estate. m- 24-em
T A.MliLEIi SMITH, ~
? ? ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PRACTICES IN UNITFD STATES DISTRICT
CO CRTS FOR THE KASTEKw AND WEST
ERN DISTRICTS OF VIRGINIA.
BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE MADE A
SPEC t ALT V. ?
Omcs, No. 5 Marshall Hall, cor.ykr Ba.tk
Ajn> Tenth mswg,'"*
; RICHMOND, VA.
The amendment ofthe Hon. John V. 'Lewis,
United Stales senator, lias iMtr wtont&Hiy Congwr r.
The bankrupt law now, u amended, cawnH* tit
money, $2,000 in land or personal property. State
suoptfcm 9f ?W) ?aU wile's tower. uu shiu ?
. president, Moral
B. A- LEWIS, M. D., Chemistry ami Itataral Fni
A. K^/?NCEY (University of Virginia), Mathe
matics and Latin. __2,* * . ' . ,
C. F. PAKDIGOlf, (College Lonla le Grand,
Parl?.) French. ' .1:1 r \-\
o. A. KR1C8SOV; cerm?n.v - :v* '
Mrs INDIE C. HALLOWELL,Hi*b?ir Englfcb^
Mi?? FLORENCE WALLER. History wfl ?ocn
ADasSL C. JLATHBOP, Principal of Preparatory
Department.
Profetsor C. W. lUlbWY; mumc. 4 ?
Professor C'. L. PETICOLAS, Piano nod Vocal Mu
sic.
Mrs. F. C. PITTMAN". Sluslcand Slneing.
Mrs. GASFNA A. YANCEY. Vocal Culture.
Mrs. E. D. HOUSTON. Drawing. Ac.
For lull inhumation as to term?. Ac., we "Aa
nouncement;.*' at the l??ok stores. or apply to the
undersigned.
CHARLES H. N INSTOV. M. A..
se24-lw President
H
AKOVER ACADEMY, VA.
INSTRUCTORS: , ,
H. P. JON KB. M. A., PrludpaL
JACOB BATTLE, M. A.
L.H.POWELL.
The next session will begin OCTOBER-1ST and
eud June 27th.
Terms: $ 00 per session, exclus've- of lights,
washing, and towels t payable one-half In advance,
the other half February i-ith.
Lights cost atiout f3 j>er session and washing fci
per month.
For catalogue, Ac.., address 11. p. .IONKB.
Taylorsviile post-office.
Pc 20-tOI Ha"over comity, Va.
|^JRS. DR. MUNFORD WILL RESUME
the duties of her SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND
SMALL BOYS on the 1st of OCTOBER at her
residence. 114 First street, between Cury and Canal.
School-room on flr^t floor. se 17-3W
MRS. HOWARD'S SCHOOL WILL BE
re-opened at *03 Main street, ltetweon Second
and Third, on the FIRST OF OCTOBER NEXT.
A clans In Belles-Lettrea will be added to the for
mer course of studies.
Circulars will be found at the bookstores,
an lO-lw&Scp lfltd _
TTXIVERSIT Y^CII OOL.?T height h ses
v.' sion of this school will iH'idn WEDNESDAY,
September 25th, 1?72. and end .lime ;aih. 1*72.
THOMAS II. NORWOOD (University of Vir
ginia). Principal.
Pr?tfcas?>r ?l AMKS G. CLANK (late of Columbian
College) will teach Mathematics.
HOWARD BA YNF. M. A., ot Rlchiuoud College
TKKMK I'Klt HA t.K SESSION.
Eleme.ntary Kngllsh $30
Higher English and Mathematics .is
Each language 7
Clergymen's sons for all branches 25
Application may l>e made to the PRINCIPAL, at
the school-house, "No. 10V) Eighth ctreet, alter the
leth instant.
Circulars will be found at the book stores In a few
days. so ltf-tOc5
MISS GORDON'S SCHOOL
for yohng ladies and children.
.ll* FRANKLIN STREET.
The seventeenth session will begin 011 TUES
DAY. October 1. 1872.
Mrs. GORDON, class of little girls (limited to
twelve).
Miss JESSIE GORDON. Principal.
Mad ymk K. ACELIE TOGNO. French.
GEORGE F. MERRILL. A. M., Natural Science,
Latin. Mntliematics, Ac.
PnOKESsOll WILLIAM VALENTINE (late of
Randolph Macon College). English Literature and j
classes In the art of Reading for all pupils over
twelve years of age. 1
I'uot,rKssoH O. A. ERICCSON. German.
For Hie Drawing class of last session, the same
arrangement as heretofore.
Those preferring to t.ikc lessons at 1 lie school will
be taught hv Maior WILLIAM B. MYERS.
For circulars containing terms, etc , apply at 31S
Franklin street. sepi-tOci
MRsTM. C. I'. BEiNXETT WILL OPEN
a SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES and
MISSES on 1st OCTOBER at corner of 1irace and
Seventh streets. She refers, by (KTUiKsion. to the
following gentlemen. Directors or the late Masonic
Academy, in which she was Principal of the Female
Department: Dr. John Dove. I>r. l'efertield Trent,
Judge 15. If. Wellford. Messrs. Tlmmas II. Dc Witt.
John F. Itcguault, and Powhatan WeHger.
tkiims:
English branches. jk.t se-slon *10 ?'? I
Latin and French. ea< h. per session 10 00
Fuel ? 2
German at Professor's pries.
Apply for particulars to 1VV12 Broad street.
f-e 1 |.f( lei*
V"OCAL Mt7sK~-Mrs. OASEXA A.
V YANCEY having returned to the ell v will re
ceive pupils ill V(H AL MDSIC; also INhTNC-l
MKN'l AL M1SIC Ir desired. For particulars ap
ply at Richmond Female Institute, or No. .1 |J
Tenth street. sc 3-TuAF4w
T^EMALE COL LEO I ATE INSTITUTE,
1 308 T W ELFTII ST N EET.
The seventh session will Uglu on MONDAY til*
'.'3d September. 1ST?, with a full corps of pr jfessoro
and assistants.
Ample and pleasant accommodations fora large
number of pupils.
For catalogues apply at the lawk-dores or to the
Principal.
se 2-lm E. K. PANHAM. A.M.
j^J"ISS MARIA RLAIR will iv?ume the
duties of her SCHOOL on the FIRST OF OC
TOBEK. at No. f>l'2 L? lull street. se ?0-?'od4t*
rrHE MISSES RENTLEV will rcsurae the
JL duties of IheJr SCHOOL 011 TUESDAY. Octo
ber 1st. at their rp-id? nee. No. Grace street, be
tween Third an?l Fourth streets. se'/3-eodIt*
\fUSI?.-.-MKA \V. \V. STOVER will give
l'I PHI VAT K IVSTNITi TION??NlHK PIANO
FoRTKand in VOCALIZATION. Residence.'JtMi
Broad street. <*? .. 1.1 *
M
cGlJIKE'S SCHOOL.
EIGHTH SESSION.
Kit ANKLIN AND ADAMS STREETS.
?I. P. McOl'lRE. Jr., (University ol'Virginia.)
Principal. Mathematics, Ac.
E. C. VKNABLE (University of Virginia), Au
clenl Languages. At.
JOHN MARTIN. A.. (Washington and Lee
University,) Modern Languages, Jte.
The eljfhtli <?!s.?ion opens nn he I. AST MONDAY
(30TH) OF SEPTEMBER, and clonic with the last
week in June, 1HT3.
The school-house will tie en larked and improved
a- r?? warmth and ventilation so as to meet all pos
sible requirements.
The orpinizatb'ii provides for a preparatory das
and :u? many regular classes us wiU prepare a .^In
dent to enter the universities or to '? go Into bu?i
pot>^
TICIt.MS PKIt QTARTKU?IMYMKNT8 IN ADVANOK.
Preparatory uass?all cliargen ..,..$15 oo
Regular classes?tuition, except In languages
other than English 17 50
Languages other than Engl!i>Ii,each...'.... ?'! <S
Sons of clergvmen?all charges 12 So
I'roper deductions made ft hen a parent scuds
nn>re than one win.
< 'Irculars in the bookstores, or apply to the Prinel
pal S04. west < J race street. m? 2-eod2w.ttdtm
UHOCKOE III]A, ACADEMY,
O No. 4PJ SEVENTH STRKKT.
The eighth session of this school will commence:
on MONDAY. ?cplemlier .10th. and close about the
last of June. Circulars at Oh? hookstoj-cs.
('H AltfJEs: Knellsh and mathematics for a lialf
f>C9Hloii?i!u2.!Hi: Crcok and modern languages, each
*1"; Latin, t&?payable lu advance.
se 4-1111 S. T. BEACH, Principal.
M~ JSS KATE (.LOFTON'S SCROOL7or
YOUNO LAD1 F> and CHILDREN, ca^t
Main -treet lietween Second aad Third. Having r -
moved to the above location, the duties of this
school will he resumed on TUESDAY, October 1,
l>72. Musical Department., Mrs. WILLIAM II.
POWERS. ('Irfitinrs ran lie had at the bookstore
or ol' Mrs. Powers at the school-rooms.
se 2-tlMJct*
The sixth session of miss taze
"WELL'S SCHOOL will commence on the 1st
DAY OF OCTOBER and close the last day f.f June.
Circulars can Ik- obtained at her residence. No. 711
Gr*cestrce*. between seventh and Eighth.
Tkkmk : Per session of nine months?Senior class,
$5o: Intermediate class. ?10; primary cl??w?*:<o;
Latin and French,each$li>. sej-im
piilMARV lioME SCIlOOL FOK BOYS
MRS. F. P. HOBSON.
The session of U1I3 school will commence Scp
temiieraoth.
School-rooms onGraw street between Third and
Fourth. No. 30?. *'? 2?Sc2.s>,IMS.MAtdlw
^hTTnEXT SESSION OF HAMPDEN j
I SYDNEY COLLEGE wUl l?egin on THtJRS
DAY. Sejiicmlicr 5th.
in addition to the studies of the curriculum, in
struction will beglven lu German by Professor Wal- l
(er Blair, and In French by Professor Addison Iloge,
at a fee 0! *20 for each language.
For further particulars, or ior catalogue, address
Kiev. J. M. P. ATKINSON. 1>. 1)..
Harap<len Sydney College.
Jy lrt-am Prince K?tward eoimty. V;u
MRS. H. A. WISE, ,1b., will open her
SCHOOL FOR HOYS from six to thirteen
years of age. at her residence. No. 7tFJ Grace street,
Tuesday, oeioinr ot.
For lermy. apply to her as al?ive, 18-tm
RICHMOND MALE ACADEMV,
FRANKLIN STREKT BhTWEEN THIRD
AND FOURTH?The next seaslon of this school
will berin the lit of Ovtober aad clime the Jitb of
June following.
Tkrms< Kngllsh. $60; Ancient Langm^CH <cacb).
4lo; Modern Langiuges. at prnrpftror?* rati*,
so i-tni I'. S. KViOfci i'rl*?elpaL
w
EDICAL COLl.fOK OF V !HOIN1A,
RICHMOND.
The winter session of tlii* institution commences
TUKSDA*. <Jcto?er lit. -'and continues FIVE
MON'l US. The course of instruction is complete:
conducted by a Faculty of eight professors, agisted
by au ml In net Faculty, who conduct a dully course
of exautlnutlou on the leeturw. All tlie clivicw
advantages of Hlchuiond are ojkui to the student
without charge?the Altai-house Hospital, ihc Col
lege Hospital, the College Df?ptfn*Mjy, and the Cen
tral Luuatlc Asrintn, affordituf tte- opjxjrtunlty of
i!55", dtoec^ou ft*, Oie; diphtna fee, 430. Nochanre
or clinical lectupe* or ecxamlnationa. Hoard cau be
ytitalued for froto HU to $23 a ciouUu
For further ?.nfc!nnad<>n, addre*
<h **??:& . |>r,J. H McCAW.
. FHv?u of Uw Faculty,
No. <100 Gnce >.uu'!i Klvhit'OiuU
au IO-w|t,sw?tA<i?edtOl
- VA^ $
rpHE PUBLIC SCHOOLS will be opened
X 011TUESDAY, October l?t at ? A. if. The
following arc tbu locations of the school-.:
'WIIITE schools ; ?
I " ?* First putrid. '
MADISON SCHOOLS.
comer of Cary and Madison ?(r<^ta.
This building will not be rrjtfrftn otcnpanry o*
October i*b JunUl the completion of the btjUdira
tbc schools wjll be kwnt*! a?? follows:
' , Four EchooK ,
,Clterry *irt+t pear Hollywood.
' i ?Two'ccboirfg, .: ? ??
Grace stmt between Second and tblrd.
Two School*,
corner First and Main itwfu.
Application should be made to.Mr K. W. rnvR,
Print Jpal, wbo may l*1 found comer Flnt ard Main
street*. Second Distrir'.
J. K.I OH ?* HOOL.
corner First and Ltlgb strtcU.
BR??OK-A VENUE SCHOOL.
Cittior Bro?:kavenNc*rtd Clay street.
CI, AY SCHOOL.
Clay street betw een First and Fntp.hee.
Third IHf rUH.
CENTRAL SCHOOL.
corner Twelfth and Cl?y utreet?.
BELL ISLE SCHOOL,
Boll Isle.
Fjnrih Div'rld.
BETHEL SCHOOL.
Twentieth street between Main and Cary.
Fifth District.
BELLKVUE SCHOOL,
corner Twenty-second and Broad street*.
MASONIC HALL SCHOOL.
Twenty-fifth strwt M-tween M and N.
Sixth District.
NICHOLSON SCHOOL,
Nicholson street. Rocketta.
IIIOH S('IBX)L,
Broad between Ninth and Tenth street?.
COLORED SCHOOLS :
First District.
BAKER SCHOOL.
corner Baker and St l'aul street?.
?Stctnd District.
NAVY-HILL SCHOOL,
corner Sixth and Duval ??trc.'ft.
TWELFTH AND LEIGH-STREET SCHOOLS,
corner Twelfth and Leign Mreet-.
Third District.
VALLEY SCHOOL.
corner Fourteenth and Marshall streets.
NEW-STREET SCHOOL,
New street.
8PIUNGFIELD-HALL SCHOOL,
corner Twenty-sixth and M streets.
Ol.l scholar* will |ierinl|tcd tottetnru to the
school which they attended during thepsst
AWc scholars w ill bercpilrct to attend school In
the district In which they reside.
Old scholars will have precedence until 1: >L
TAXJCfl.
No pupil sh tU he received Into anr public school
whose i? tficr. It* he he alive and reddent within the
cltv.and not a pauper. shall not have mid the St ?tc
and city capitation taxes hi aid of public free schools
bust attested on him." t ?
The St t'f, tn i can he p il I it the office of the C Oiu
ml*d??nc?r ol* Ih" Revenue, No.? Eleventh rtreeL he
tween Main and took.
The city fax Can he paid at the office of. the City
Cnll'ch.r. l.. the Clly Hal). H- BlNKORl.,
se 27-It Snperlntenirent ol yebooR
TNSTIIUCT.ION IS MODfcRN LAX
1 or.vnES.-My D\Y AND NIGHT CLASSES
for private Instruction lit German, trench, Italian,
and Smnlsh will continence OCTOBER 1st. Ap
plication may In* made to me: at.109 iwl Leigh
I street, or to E. V. VALENTINE, at bl? studio.
Leigh street. W|(J#|AM \V. VALENTINE.
late Professor of Modem Lanjriwir">
se 27-3t at Randolph Macon Oil'):*'.
TJ LC'HMOND COLLEGE.
.LAW SCHOOL.
WILLAM A. MAUrTTLL. B.. PBOKBSSOR.
Tit" Lecture:' tn the Law Department will l<ej:iii
the3I> DAY OF OCTOBKI.* proximo.
In addition to several advantage* which inis
School enlovs?its, for example, to /)>lug ic to
Important courts and to a large and Increasingd.iw
lliimrr?(lie opportunities to'pet occupation. whirh
ita location In a large cliy aftord*. enable It to offer
peculiar faellltics to ymms men who would pursue
the study of the law and vet must engage In mid tie*-.
To the convenience of Mich yonnsr men. as will m
to that of voimp men already at the hir who may
de-Ire to attend I he conrw-.the lictures will i-e well
adaidfd.as Ihev will l>e dcllvere<| In the eveitlnc In
a central part of llie city. B. IM ' li^ EAK.
se S7*6t ' halrman ol the family.
gOUTHJCRN KKMALK INSTITUTE.
V T|?. ni'St sevdonof nVr^tltntlon will[ conniienr.;
on the FIBST MONDAY IN OCTOBEB, H7J, and
closp lhe l.i-?l ?lnv of .Iuh?'. 1-J.i.
The Drawing Department will be In charpe of
Ma lor WILLIAM B. MV EKH.
For further Information applv t?>
Mr^. MABIA L. CABBIMPION.
rrlm ipal. No. .1 ea>t Orace "tri^f.
; e w Blchmond, V a.
Ml SIC.?Mbs. 1*1*. JOSE I'II WUUlN
W.Mi'D will ^Im1 LESSON'S i?N 'IHE
("I \ M'-KOllTE. cuinmeneliijf t.?? tol!?T 1-1. A pp'
eiiMslve and thoroiipli roni-eoi instincflon |'in
sued. Residence. 617 Main direct.
HS T>it! KMiJMN-ON will r.*sinn?* IhT
duller as TEACHER OF VOC VL MySlC;.n
the 1st of October, fioui her residence. Mr.j > '"i
Mreet. 80 ?*'*
MISS MEADE WILL HE-OPEN lIEIt
SCHOOL on the flKST ?>F UCVTH?UKK ?t
Hie p'-ldeiicc of her brother. <i00 north Sixth street,
se v't-fit* -
[SS MARTHA T. 31A VO will ofieii it
SCHOOL FOB OHJLR at 1002 Bn*d -trwj,
roinnii nelnj? OCTOBER lbf. The uuiutier of pui.ll*
will Ik;limited to twelve. j _
gciTooi on cinTRcH uiel.
Mrs. E.J. PLEASANTS will re"ume the diiil"^
of her ' clioo! at No. S5B2 Broad street on TUFS
DA Y. October 1st. we :3dw*
\f ISS STAXAUD WILL
IVl. HER SCHOOL on tTi?* FIRST Of OC10BLU
at N?>. 10S west Grace str? ? U .
Tkums: For n?s5ion ol iiin?Miimitlr9f ^. L*"11
aii'i French. ?tcl) A" _^
MmTSSaN REEI) wilt resume the du
Hesof herwdiool OCTOBER Iht at her rv?\
deuce, comer of Twcuty-clghtti and Broad ?tr?tU.
fie J3-IW* * ?
fi^PISCOl'AL HIGH SCHOOL OF \ IK
JLi (JINIA, NEAR ALEXANDRIA.?The 7?ih
Annual Semlori of thU S<UO??i. f<?? BOVS op?n*
SkiTKMDKB<5,1?7'. Terms: U3o p<*r y??r. < ata*
p.jjue, with partlculu.a. cut on application to L.
M. BLACKFORD, M. Principal; Alexaiidris,
ylt ao ?-d<tw7io
\r I RC? I N I A AGRICULTURAL and
V M ECU ANICAL ( ??LL KGK -Tlic
of this College will ?i?u tbe lt< ofi OtTOIlEl ,
1 <7 \ and clow the la?t U e.lnn ?Liv In .Inly. l?J*.
Thin l?a TECHNICAL S? llO<?L, ?p? hi
elicited to meet tlie wunta of
The course of study will extend over
three vear-. The firet year, common to all Ui >?"
d. Iits,'wlll fx- devoted to the v.irlon- brjnch?i of*n
F.ncll-h and is adapted to the w-etM w
those whobe opn-irtunltioJ lv.ve h*.n HmlM
I in rl ir-' the second and third veeiv there will^be_
parallel course# nulled U>agrlrulturd
cal -indents respectively. I l:c <? ^.' r Vf'U-ra
bra< e Malheinailc^ the Natnril N:iv[?.
Languages, Mont I'hllo ^ph>. Ac..
eld HubjecU ard appUcatloiu. of?cl?Bc?wl?hb I
tain to agricultural and uiwhaijj^P^R^*^
Liry tai tlcs will N* taught. Uc ^tudj of
LantfuaK?? h provided for but Is not yor
1 he churaeb for u ecMion ol ti n uwnlj"ex
tuition fan, o?d colWe rcw, '??;? ^
Tahte ran Iwl *or fi* Ijrr ?,l n
Room rent In tIk- colU*e
fvmf i>r a. room. Coal? convenient and
Students appointed MhcVaT
eonnth*or the Siaie will Ik- exempt fn^'"'J1* L
ment of tuition and (Allege fees and-room
lh<* college buUdl UK. . . 4,j,ir,'?s
For circulars, trlvlnjr fulf Inf-,Vrla,u-ni,
CHARLKSL.C. MIMMI.I rwt^iii,
Hlacfeburg. Montgomery county, > v.
><?? 3-TuAF4w
Having engaged
VICEtt of a co wU'til nato
charjre of a small scIhh>|I at % arltu. ? fw> d
river, twelve mllett fmw Btehmoiid.'***??
to p-t a lew KOABDEKS. Iju>? or jcir^ "u
aMc terms. Mu le teacher In the Inm^.
particulars address 1 vV,.
1 cjre Palmer A T?r >'??
kc 3-TiiAFtOcll* Richu..;?.L \ ^
ASCnOOL FOR YOUNG
will tie opened on tl?e \tn of * ?etober by . '>?
REBECCA and MARY MCltRAV.
MI'SIC taught by Mlsh NINA MURKv y
For further Information applv to Nl<^ >|' .k. ,
ai Mm.RawllnsV508 Lelgb rtWt. or J^H ,m
WILLIAMS, H>h|m of Lancaster &Q>. ^
i)1
DKNTINTRY.
)KS. H. N. HUDSON AND F.1M
-; V!S<)NM)F.NT1ST>, OUi
(,'ie?r both may K' fniitvlat the ?? ?forh?K ?>?-'*
I'lt. DAViSOX *v|H U- tuwy to v.-*.' jii) of )vJ>vl'J
patron?. ?*> IMiii*
J^EWANDVALirABLKINbTKl^^
MKNT?(briqi mMed to my caws i*f Durtruit^i t?
one of Dr. Morrison'sttlc'wO 'l " UVU EN'OfS K& '
I urn prepared u> opcnrte upon tin* iu!""'ln''1
with LRSS PAIN AM) FATIGt'K to U* I""*-"1
hjkI u!m> vvlLli jfnratiT raj'MHy jumJ 11* >r< >
U )w*Mhlv to I* obtained by {fit* luuii.
JVU- FJ- WOOt>. !?? l>- &
Urwcic: No. 5 Ninth html. d
< "on mbii r a r?r? Sura
HjiAix^i AW !*?& No ?*??* Main ??***< (
Cl'PCWfflC l*0*T>0?M<.k
PERSONS HAVING Hl'SINKSS COV
1 NfeHTM> with the wlu 'jtf. m
roorni opt n from 11<? 3 P. Si.. ja.mJ ir*-iu 1?? ? 1 ? r"
Tl*f Untitle* tnaiugn-r <>t litv C* u x ti ?!?,,
iaj-vr * ill aNo h? at ib? vomm'ttu-'
?uxiu< il?v ?iuj? bv?r?. " ?'',1

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