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^D.VE^AY OCTOBER I*'"
The State Fair.
TV weather vrst.r.by was a. it""'' ? ??
? , i ?i?, crowded trains whose
that ?f the Slate
hiteresteil In 'l^'"?ndor the
^fvhultnra ' ? , , ,1 , , xhit-ition c.f
vt-itemcnt. hewewr. m.?i
Vrst^davw.^not??iH,asU?ocil.WM?snlhu^
mond or their gu -t? fr?in the country had ?>
n?,|t 1o at the hands of the Society.
Where the t.tuK lies we will not now undo
,.k,. to say, for wo would not judge hastily,
hut the complaint of an inefficient nianagc
moot is so general that ? ought not to Pte*
unnoticed by the press. It i- hoped that the
Executive Committee will give tins matter
tluir attention, and let the public know w..o
is to blame. We ran and ou<rht to have a
splendid exhibition at Uiehniond every year.
aml ,ho people are so willing to contribute
of their money and g?H?d?to this end that w<
(>;innot see how anything hut persistent old
fogy ism and a lack of appreciation of t lie popu
lar needs can deprive us of it.
lint in saying that the cxinl'ition i- in
s ?me respects a disappointment v.e do not
wish to leave the impression that there an
not manv things of interest t?? he seen at tin
Pair (ironmis this year, <>" the contrary,
there is a great deal to inP tv-t. amuse, and
instruct the vi>i?or. and I lie display is such
as no mereiv load tail* eonld pie>ent. ?
sides, we are to haw; to-day and on Vndav
the e\er*pol?u!ar hurdle-races, in which
excellent riding and an exciting conlc-d for
valuable prizes may be expeeled; and on
Thursdav, if the First Jtcgiment of Voluu
tccrs will accept the rather uugrjci?u- invi
talion of the Executive Committee to visit
the Fair Grounds Willi their guc.,b from
"Washington and other cities, the military
parade will sutlicc to at! 1 act the greatest
crowd of the week.
The interesting programme for to-day ap
pears in our local columns.
{?Straight-Out Democracy in Virginia
and North Carolina.
There were thousands ol people trom the
country in Kichmond yesterday, ami it is
reasonable to suppose that all shadesot polit
ieal opinion were represented. Neveilhc
le>s, the diligent representatives ol'tlie press
were unable to discover more than live poi
sons who were willing t<? join Mr. James
Lyons in the patriotic work ol framing an
electoral ticket for Nobody and Adams. The
slim attendance was laid to the account ol
the conflicting statements of the ih \v-papers
as to the time of the meeting, sotiv living it
at 10 and others at 1- o'clock. It i- strange,
though, that the Five did not receive rcin
1'orcCDicnts at either of tlie hours named.
But you cannot easily di courage your thor
oughbred Straight-Out, and tlm experiment
will he tried again to-day. This time lei
thcic he no mistake about the hour. Felly.
Straight-Outs, at 10 o'clock A. M.,and show
yourselves in your might.
For the encouragement of the !'. mrbons,
we inav mention tied in North < .Molina,
where anti-( tree ley Democrats are as -cam
as in Virginia, they have :d last elector:;!
ticket in the field. The proceedings of I In
state Convention occupy three columns ot
the Charlotte BnlU-linA*ill we lim! only tlin o
names given in the whole n port, i iiese ale
James 31. Isiin.r.. K. It- Fiurros. and S.
Flodrnuy. The meeting w a-called in order
by Fi.oi e.voY, Niaa.i. was appointed chair
)iiati,aud I.kiti'ov seeiei.iiy. Islm.i.l leliirned
thanks, whereupon it was
"/o .-??.</red. That we [Floimmv, Ishcll.and
Itriltoii]. //?'? I'n.torrccyf X< > th C,nyli;ia.
d i latitv and coulinn the nomination "l
0"<' ?iinr and Adams, and endorse the plat
lerai adopted by the Louisville Convention."
This liarmoiiioti-ly and enlhti-iasiically ac
e'lllipli-lied, Fl.oi nvnv and l.-rt.i.l. wele .*|?
pointed a committee to frame an electoral
ticket, and having done so. the meeting ad
journed in the hope that the take! thus put
forth will not have time to (all to |Acres b?
l'orc election-day.
Will the Five follow the example of the
Three?
A Last Word.
This is the last opportunity we-Itall have
oi addressing many of <mtr fii-mi in tin
country in relation to the l*:v-id?.utial clcc
iion now only liu day oil'. We can only
repeat that t!ic i-site.s involved in Hiis cam
paign are of md h momciilou importance
that he u I.?? decline, to cxeivi-e tin* right ol
ru unge imur- aresponsibility goaiu. per
li.ip -. than he now imagine-. The ? !??? 1 i"ti
of tini.i ley v> ill bring trm peace !<> a country
MUlciing from the dire results r.| a slate of war
already prolonged lor pavlisan purposes
and assure freedom mid equal rights to
a reunited people. The election of (Bust
condemns several, if not all, of the States
ot the I'nion to four years more of
military domination, and tlui- retards the
material prosperity of the whole country.
But aside from these national questions, the
fate of Virginia hangs in the scale. Apathy
to any extent i< dangerous. We nr. <1 every
t 'ouNcrvalive \??t?- to in-mv the continuance
ol the excellent ^tate liovenmnut secured
in ivtlJt, and which ha- pkued Virginia so
tar in the lead of h?T sister Stat??< of the
South in all thai conduces to tlie greatness
oj' a Commonwealth. Let u- give Ukeej.ky
a line majority and elect a full (.'"n-ervative
dv-lr. atioti to Cougre-s. .Thus only can we
escape the ruin w rought by IJadieal rule.
THE CAMPAIGN.
Illinois?The Liberal* Hard at Work?
IVrjilexity about the Liquor Ques
tion.
fFroiu the Xew York Tribune J
Cuicaoo, October 27.?So far us work goes
tin- Liberals do not sutler any diminution ol
ardor or industry to imperil ilie l?:illtaiit
promise of the eariy cainiwign. For ten days
or more the mechanism of the campaign has
been carried on with accelerated force, addi
tional HjK'akers assembling front all parts
of the country, Pendleton, Hendricks,
i'altner, Trumbull, Scliurz, HnssaureK, Bross.
Doolittle, and tlfty others almost as
well known, are impressed for the
le-.t of the campaign, and traverse every
section of the State, their efforts supplement
ed by a solid column of loeal speakers, who
give spirit and chararitT to ?>ir- of the ino-t
brilliant canvasses ever carried on in tin
West. Active canvassing has been going on
In this city to aslePtaiu the forces 11iat Libe
ralism may rely upon in .November. The
political situation is somewhat complicated
by the temperance question, which threatens
to disrupt parties quite as ctfcidually as the
reform measures of the Liberals. The mea
sures of the rcoeutly-passcd liquor Jaw have
been in operation for some time, and the dis
content ot the Germans is accumulating to
such an extent that the party managers are
at a loss to decide on a proper course. If the
present obnoxious provisions arc rigidly en
forced tb'- Germans will vote en masse lor
Governor Koenier, though thus far he bus
not discussed that hsue. Frederick llassuu
re::, speaking here last night, was expected
to dfiine the Liberal jjositloii on the ques
Upti, hut confined himself to the general Is
sues* A strong force of German speakers
has bwn set at work throughout
and Mio only question seems to be the ma
jority that t he Liberal ticket will give a week
jority
froni Tuesday.
Ifornce Groolo.v n Glf't-impciiMcr and
not a Gift-Tatter.
A correspondent of the Detroit Free Press
relates the following:
Many years ago, while Mr. Greeley was on
a tour to Lake Superior the steamboat on
which lie was a passenger .-stopped for a few
hours at Detroit. Mr. Greeley improved the
opportunity to \isit a lady, then living here,
with whom he had hoarded when he was a
hoy learning the art of printing, and from
whom he had received many kindnesses.
On meeting her he observed Miat she had
het a warping, and was evid< nlly in Iroiil.lt-.
Inquiring the cause he u;o informed fli.it In i
i home was mortgaged for S'J.nno, on< thou
sand of whieh had heroine due, and hoii-c
and lot. her all. were about to he .-sold to pay
it. Mr. Greeley'* response was very prompt
and practical. lies;:! down and drew a draft
on himself for the amount, endorsing whjeli
he handed it i<? her, saying, " That will pay
tiie note now due, and when the other is
due draw on tm- for the amotmt." The lady
did so, and her home, whieh was situated on
one of the most fasltionahle avenues in the
city, was saved to her.
Tin ilt-v injr ut? a single tear li i omn
Of lioiiV' t tametli tu '?!? <!?ling s' got.
Tlieodore Tiiton on glome*.* Geet-le.v
jjjuI He tietin-M-nts.
The following passages oeeur in Mi-. Til
ton's great speech at 11 on ia t Satur
day niglM:
It i-s iid th.it Iforai-e Gteeh y makes mis
fakes. The ioiirn di-1 ha no time to correct
hi-view---Ids t i tub- thought- go down at
otter upon t!n-pi| er.aud stand het'ori all Ma
world as a if ml. What man < an sian?l the
ti.-sj v Pu! i will say that in iliiriy years o|
joiin?ali-tir wotk there i- no man living
who could make fewer mistakes than lb -
ra?e Givr-h-v. [Applause.] We are told
he i- surrounded by rogues. So i
every man who walks in a cmwd.
[Laughter.] Put a mail is known by
the company he s< leef*. and no one \vjj|
siand that le i better than Mr.t .Ted. \. I am
told that Mr. Gi.-rhy hailed .l< n". I>.i\i-.
!mm< dlately ili'-r thai a< I MHenry Wilson
? aim- to in" and told im- how mm h lie k
gr?. tied the odium vhR-h li.ul I 'll 11 t:n >n
Mr. Greeley fur Mid noble act. If Mr.
Givcb-y i- eh - ted lite Government v. ill be
ondm ted on the pi iin iplc- of upright, down
ight, ingrained, old-fa-biom-d hard work,
-very man who toil- ought to honor him,
or no harder work* i lm at lies. l-M . ry one
vho hungers and t!tirsis |or knowledge
I tot t Id hue him. I'oj- tl.irlv \<;;rs h-ii:..
aught lite people, ami every man who i,??, -
iberly oiigiilio boa him. lor lie liasalwu
e-eil tile ehimpiott of the llllesl fre aiotn.
?Aery oir. who reveres ehaiae-cr ought lo
t-vere him, for In- stands before ottr people
is our typical honied mm. Mr. Greeley'.
'Icction would slil! forever the question of
loliiical equality.
Here Mr. Tiiton. wilh great clearness,
llnstiated the meaning of thi- term, and
?onlimied: "If is from the 1110 I oppn.jfeol
notives thai tin n join In Mm- giaa.t move
nent toward? national harmony. iveoncilia
ion.and universal amnedv. Dming riu
ivar I a-k?il our great farmer,jediu.ix.
what he would do if Hie rebels should conic
:o L'happaqiia.and in said t would give tVm
ihe warmest wcleoate 1 could. I had tin
honor to he present when f he r. pr<-eut t
lives of thirty-seM-u smp > m. t ;.i' 'liippi
pta lor Mi" lii's| I iuie - iiu e t !>e w ar. and I Ir-iv
I saw him give the ea-ja heP jh? - warmest
welcome t!i O ssnjJ-l ? m?" lr?-ni the great
liearl which I-.it- hriu ai.'i Ii::* :?!? 1 while
?on'. At t he close of tin-war this great man,
win ii everv ojje e|.e w;'.s j hiiiking of ven
geano', w rot e j hi- scnt'-uce; * \\ e had hop! a I
o print herewith the I'lVudeni's prorlatua
ioji ef amnesty and theohlivion of all oil' necs
teeming before Ma-war.' Our principle i
0 let by -guiles he bv-gmU's. Mo*?V, if \?m
t-k me wliat Mie pro-peels are lor our parly.
nn-v.er ihoy are I -light. f11;*.t applau :?.!
Uir.- are the priiu-iph - of tie- it|,*u<< . and in
he I til tire they i-iusj triumph. Let lija
i".op!c ;jsk Iheiiiselvcs "ii whieh -id-- ::r<
iherty, hoiie.dy. ammHy. and -haiity. for
yheje iln-se are Ha re i- justice ef G,?d. and
hiding tin-so you hail know?*hv thi-'-igu
on shall conquer.' Governed" by Mies-,
uiin-iph s, a in-w era will dawn upon the
'Old. and America will he Mm pure-i, jt j.
lie fairest, of all the land- on the face ..| t|?
a rM i.
1 'Sfgts <,-> 1.. ^'^useeva.
live ?:;e<-<vr s'<?:- ?ae Steni o-smcg
Tin- I'lvderickshui- - A'- /'v - v-. thai at the
ale t'on-ervalive rally in I 'ivdcrickshing
fou. P. I. I >aiiiel. before ctoomcncing hi
peedi, turned lo Mr. William s. Gili.-mn. of
vicijuioiul. and .-aid:
lo you. sir, f oth r lie- thanks ??l Mr
'onscrvalive parly oi \'irgini.i,M, - Miuik
?I (lie Slate bixirutive < ominilice. and mv
>wn thanks, for the gallant, able. ;,nd iulre
'uispuit wiMi which you have horne otu
laiidard in f{;:- coniesi."
I In* Arm< tln-reupoii eomniends 3!r. Gil
iiau's example to the youth uf l-Tcderickv
?ttr.:r, s ty iag :
" ?Mi all know Gilinan. The Mood <d
?riiiec- may course in hi- \ , io. foi au-iit we
amw, but here he is a v elf-m -de '"man. a
iati\eol this town. Ly hotii"-!, maitlv. up
ighl endeavor It" <|i !? nuiin d to lip bun-ell
0 tin- level of I lie higlu t. but imt b\ ha
man- atli mp! lo drag c-Maa.- ilowu. IU i
luvmher eflhe \ ii ini.t LegiMalurc from
tichmund- (In -oi mi tii lii-ji n-t?jesj... i- d
?yall. L'ow lied i !ii - young man w in his
imiors? Heh i- not I,ecu npo-mt. to avowed
?run ipie. traitor to truth and rm o and color
dse to all he ever plot, ssed. the ciieinx of
its native Mate, a polilh-al pan icide. a
uriah, leatitsome. detesbd. d? -pi-ed. Siieli
\a.s uoii the p.Hi I?v which /ic sought pronio
toii. lathers, which path do von prefer
r"; "y\i ?i
iccl?'tick-..uig. w hose examjile i- worthv oi
four uintaiiou'- '
"So Min-li S.iLe Ihittte] Wehsfer.**
Me J.'sk d a Conservative to g,, p, ]K.;U
ion. |{. f. Daniel ?>n I'rulay night, lie
? plied. Mr. Daniel i-too logical Cm me ||,
S SO imicil like Daniel Websier."? / >,?/?
VV(-,V.i*</ < //?-?,
IVohnblc Lfcciioii Contest in C'iiti.
Sai.t L\kk CiTv. I'taii. (bloher '7?
b-ticral Maxwcil. tin- Adofmi-tralio., ean'di
. ful ( t?"S,'C!'S. served (.'eorgc(?. Cannon,
us sinve.-s!u| opiponeui, wiili a notice,
erday, that lie would eonte-? the election on
lie grounds ot illcgaiiiy. Among the r?-a
ons 1 ?r contesting the okrMon arc thevoliii"
1 alieii-and uiiimrs.and Mio.-e Iiviti.--imq.eil
nd ivcagnized polygamy m \|o|ali'ui ot liu
iw> of Congnss, the throwing out of the
?entile vote, and general informalities ot
lection. Testimony ^ill he taken in the
ase in a few weeks.
.Senator Wilson ow ?Iie VirginiaSfmap
DlMlribiilion of Documents ? Troops
in Alabama.
Wasiiincton, (k-tolier 28.?Senator Wilson,
the Republican candidate for Vice-President,
{Kissed through Washington this morning o:i
liis way to Mtumion, Vu., where ho is to
niukea speech to-morrow before a Republi
can mass-meeting. Mr. Wilson is in bis
usual confident mood as to the result of the
Presidential election on the 5th proximo. He
boasts that Mr. Greeley will not only fail to
receive a- In pre an electoral vote as Governor
Seyiifuiir four years ago, but that he will
ulierh fail to carry a single northern istate.
Not content wiUi that, tin' Massachusetts
Senator makes very considerable inroads in
the .SolUb, and claims North Carolina, A la
bnnri, Florida, and Virginia. As an otl'sct to
Mr. WitsonV pretentious figures, it is learned
direct from New York city to-day that tiie
co'tfitiou between the Administration and
the O'Brien Democracy has utterly failed,
which renders the State certain for Greeley
and Brown.
The National Republican Congressional
Committee to-day closed its labors here for
the-omnpaign, during which it has distributed
twelve millions of public documents. Tlie
National Executive Committee appointed by
tlie Philadelphia Convention will continue
its sessions in New York till after the elec
tion.
It is ascertained fhat by virtue of an ap
plication made to the proper sources troops
have just been moved into the Fourth Con
gressional District ,of Alabama under the
plea of sustaining tlk^irferul authorities in
the execution of rhe enforcement act. Seve*1
ral car-loads passed a few clays since over the
Tennessee border info the former State.?
Special to Baltimore San.
The PrcHhteutlttl Candidates Con
trasted.
Miss Anna Dickinson delivered an excellent
address upon the politic.il topics of the day
at the Gonpcr Union, in New York city, on
Friday night of last week, In if she said of
the coming Presidential election :
"Can any one hesitate for a moment for
which I,ox lie wili reach win n he drops the
luillot ? No, never! Ahove all, f canste
why I he South?nay, in pit-sing, I can see u hv
the Democrats of the North?should uccei t
Horace Crirlcy ratio r than fir,int. I can
->?" that tie- South ran vote for Gre?'|?>y and
vofofortiiani. They areipiileready
fo iiiri p{ Krpublicaui-m wln n in il-> bed
form. 'fhey are not willing lo accept flic
pit: mils lo'piiMinnisni which lias bomgivrii
I hem f.?r (lie la<f four years. If they vole lo
ace. pl ii< r,:| (irauf. tiicy vote In accept a
centralized government. If they vote lor
li<?race (Jrei ley, I hey vole for a constitutional
government. If thoy vote for < Jeiieral (irant,
I hey kiss the chains" which bound I hem, If
they vote for Horace Greeley, tliey strike
hands with flic men who struck off those
chains and say 'Let lis work together in
the good cause as brother*'.' If they vote
(or General Gin ill, they are a< a Christian
t mi niti ;'1 mi !.. v, ho spits upon his cross?a
-s 'ii l.'lousand shameful transaction. If (hey
v-'b lor Horace Greeley, they simply turn
their barks |v., Hi,- wrong and go forward to
the brli, i day daw ning."
Srwojrmicoaf'.
I iif Xt a- )'<r Stool. Yj'H'iH'j ha - never
made i> ?-Jj liable |o |he ciiarge o|' bio gli al
{?at!ialiiv |u| (he Liberal moveinciil. Yd in
an editorial on Saturday il sliaiph riilii tiled
Mm per?ons wiio formed flm " National t'on
\< ulion of <b rman ib-publican ?" which re
cently as-embicd at the Tculoiiia A-semlily
i ?oiu?, in litis city, purporting to represent
I wen!v.|oiir St ib-; of (fie Union, "So much
is eeilain," -ays the >fno!.< '/.< ibnnj, "that
wiiiioul tin* indifference of Ihe Germans lo
w.inl tiie L'eputiliean party it would have
been impox-iiife f<ij- >u, h filtii to rise lo The
surface. To the honor of Hie German name
be ;! -vdd fiiat liith'Tlo liii-- would have been
imp -ii'le in am political oigani/atmn.
The ?'e|mans have finished with llii- party.
i'id !< a\e it ?oa!i kinds of Lm'-ug lo do it
Kev. Thomas 1\. 'ci)1.a popular rler
ymail of Klmira. X. V., and hiotlier of
ienry Waid iieeciier. has | ubiiely declared
lis iub'tiliou (o \ ofe for '? d'eclcy and t he Lib
:ral Stale ticket.
Ihre is sonic sound ad. ice from thel trang"
N. J.) '"/oo/'o /e; "sfioci processions ate
veil riitiir:h in tin ir way, but what we want
low i- work, wdii sleeves rolled up and
vilhoiit gl.wes. || every man who feels an
nb-n I in Hie approaching eleetion and dc
arc.s fiie siihsjituiion of holiest government
iini brotherly feeling throiighoiit tin? land
or favoritism. military rule, (larlial suffrage,
mil cii-iom-house frauds, will give his inllu
?nce and his. personal si rvices to the work to
>('(lone. I here need be no fear for Sllecc-s
iVii. II III" liii d -lI U'-'ule e line-."
Tiie i.iber.il Krpid'li-uii ('ommitbc ol Vrr
ihinl lias i--lied :m oid;< llltlol good cheer
Hid 11 Tit I uuib (i?> mage, ii dei iare-that the
Liberal pill? was fonni d a- a protest against
?orruption and as a plea for reconciliation,
mil wlicitiei'successful or not liii- yiar ii
>i iueipic- arc none tiie Irs* true. .Minding
?> ii. own Slate the committee says:4* In
mrowu Mate i!i?* Liberal vole was nine per
?cnl. larger Ihan (lit*hrgo-l Democratic voir
?verca-t in tiie Slate, while tli,a KVpu'direu
.?a|i' \v:u iive jut cent less (han lb" largo.*!
;{' j>(|b!ican vole e\er before poll--d?the ag
:r gab* v.?l? being H;e largest ever I drow n.
d.'e have im came for rI? spon-ii ney. bill iii
"elil i \ i - lo earliest and Undid elioli."
In spile of stories i<> tiie conlinry wliicli
ire eiirn lit. it is po-itive!y ir-seited that m
?a.-e of <(rant's rich'ctiou Mr. Greeley will
( lime his old pe.sji ion on I he Tril.anc ami
?mi l!i?* III chine jus! aa before. He is not
hung any work mi (he piper, but the iru?
e.s legularly v?(e bim !ii- salary, mucii
ig iut l iiis de .:i'i , and ii \. ;!! be ipinc t :i-\
"i him to re-iue.e bi- ]?! ice in l!ie harm ?
riola./' /j hia I 'n
'idle Liberal- ol X: w .b r.-ey are making
yrepar.itions i" pii m hi i-ribeiyal tin coming
?lidi'U! wiiicti will doiiblle-. iihc'iiaily
?heck that dis|*i pntable bu im-s. Goveinor
I'arlver h i- i- ue?i a pr: 11 im ilion exhoi ting
dl good ci|:;vu* l<* ; id in eiiloiaiiig lie
?iiber\ itw o| fs, |.and Iiie l.ii'i r.tl eoiiuiiil
? es eii- r a l e>v.t| d i- I Sgoi# |or I he (|i I-clion
nui coiivi.'iioii ol every I'-er-oii easting a
rti;du!< ii \ ie. j iurii . fraudulent votes,
?r nr I in : lie r.liini . They oii'< r to pay
ie !i i' \v11 d ? i ? tiie amount of - Iipuij". Ni >v
b-rsey will in: ;.n tmeomlbriabie place fol
>rant poiiiieiaus.
^HmsTck W'v.-m:ri:\K anii tiik Gkismans ?
A-iriai'.is I'iujif.vri'c; in i'aisis.?.\nr
October 'JS.?Lepre-cntali\cs of two Ger
man-American a?-oei-iii'ins to-day presented
Hon. Kiihu i'. Washburuo an address ex
pressive of gralelul recognition "I Id- kind
ness toward German residents of I'aris
during the horrors oi the -iegc in not carry
ing old the literal instruction:: of his Guv
ermuent, but in the \ oluntary sacrifice of his
own personal eomforl s. and gi\iug dicer
fully from Iiis own stores to needy ami
sfai \ itig < ,'eniMii
Mini-'ei \V:: hioiino. in reply, said tlm
cit dit i *r hi- acl* i- due Hie Admim-Iration
of !ui [en; cum. under who c specific tii
i ti! "?>!?? lie com pin -1 v. il Ii I iie refill -t of the
Gei man ?'ioviTinneiit lo a -siuue prolectioii ol
the German- in Fiainc. It- |< !t tli,(t heior
rclly intcrprclfd lie* feelings of I he Cov
(inni' i)l .and people of the I nitial Slates
w hen lie followed the inclinations of his owui
heart in doing what In* did. 11 lie was uble
to send I liirty tliiiusatid < ba nians out of I'ai i
beldre Hie gates of I In' city lilially closed ii
was because of the unbounded liberality ol
Hie German Government, which furnished
the mc-ins.aiu! the French Government gave
into every support.
I f lie was aide during t lie last terril.de days
of the siege to secure prolectioii and furnish
means of -uppmi to C.OOt) Germans, who
(locked to our legation, il was because the
Government of National lb fence can-ed Im
position to be re-pecled: ami if lie wasabh
after the siege to continue that prob-eiion. ii
was be.-aii-e lie had !!:?? -upperI of Hie French
lo public ami I he iiln-lriou- man, M. Thier .
wlio is at the head of the (iowrnment : and
pei-hap-. -aid Mr. Wa-'lihuntc, nothing could
better oxeinpliiy the power ol* our country,
and the respect paid to our llag, than that
the Commune in Paris, in its career of crime
and Mood, rcieased on my demand more
than a hundred-Germans who had been
thrown into prison guilt !e?s of any crime and
-ii' j(Cte(i lo frightful peis- cution-.
:>i:a'S'hs.
Died, oil ilit* '.'"111 iust int. :il tin* readciiee of
Rishop Whittle. Mi ?? LUX. VliKTIl K. tiRil'TITH,
in lhi- et\cidy-lirst yearof her age.
Alexandriapapers please copy. *
Died. <iii the '.nth Instant, at ' J o'clock A. M.. at
the residence of iii- parent.-., corner of A\ lliiiuis
tniif,' avenue and Slate street. Fulton, WILLIE
K.\i?X. son of liideon \V. and .Mary .lane Morris.-, :
ayed eji'lileen month* ami twelve days.
??.Mid they shall l>e mine, saitli the i.ordof Hosts,
in that day when I make tip my jewel-."
The funeral will :;; k?? oliee at his fa tiler's resi
dence at .sj uViock THIS DAY. October aotli.
Friends of tue family are invited to attend without
further notice. " *
Died, on Hie '-"-Hi Instant, lit 2 P. M.. CHRISTIAN
H. SCHAFER.aped two year?, eight mouths and
ten days, -oil of t hristlau and Catharine Sehafcr.
lib funeral will take Place front Kev. Dr. Hoke's
chiireti '1HI> AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock. Tiie
friend; of the fatiillv are iuvip d to attend. *
Died, at I'iciceY. in (Liucblaml eon lit y, V*a.. on
Fiidas inyl'i. ? VP Icr :T-, 1*7.'. SARAH I.. AIAYO.
id t n lf ty -i e o xeaiv. wile of Rupert T. L.'J'oti-r.
and ejip if daily liter of licurye Mayo, t- <p, of Amelia
county. *
Died, on th 2'tlli instant, at tin: rcsideuce of Imt
tut her, on Maxo's Island. AMANDA N*'it A. voiiny
ct d.Hiiililer of Joseph and Amanda Itohannun:
a/', d one year, one month and two day-.
Dariin? Nott v. thou ha -I left if.
\\ e liiv loss, most deeply fee':
l.?iit 'tis < lod who liath hereft ns,
He can all onr sorrows heal.
The funeral will take pi ice from Iier parents' resi
dence at 3 o'clock Tills AFTERNOON. *
fPO TIIE TAX-PAYERS OF IIENRICO
*. COUNTY.?Yon are h-Tchy notifled that t ie
TAX-IJILLS for the lownrhipsof Tuckahoe, Jlroo ;
land. Fairlicld,aiid Yarlna will he ready for eolle ?
Hon :rt the county ciiurt-liou.se from the -iTll T
'J'Hir. SOth DAY OF No VEMJ5ER, inclusive; al'i-a*
which time they by law pass out of the treasurer" :
hand, into the"towuship collectors', with an ad Ji
ll on-.il live per cent.
WILLIAM M. McGRUDER,
oc 3 -lm Comity Treasurer.
ROOK AND JOB PRINTING NEATLY
JJ DUNK AT TillS OFFICE. i
"n:
SSSQ
THE VIRGINIA STATE; DENTAL
SOCIETY will hold Itc annnal session at tlic
olttce of Pr. Jdd. IJ. Wood on WEDNESDAY the
30(h instant, at in o'clo- k A. M. oc 2Mt
.111 LIT A BYNOTICE8.
TTEADQUARTERS LEE GUARD, \
XX OcTaiMKft 30. 1872.?Si'ECLVL OKDKBS:bJ
A .semUle In fidl-drcsfl uniform. without arms orhf
juToiitrctnents. in (ho Old Market Halt at 7 ii
???<? lock TO-NIGHT. promptly, to participate in u
coll itlon to the Norfolk City Guard,
lly command of Captain T.ivluR.
of a.;-if W.?;. STi >KES. i>rd? i ly Sergeant.
Hi: A I> <> U A If T E If S ATTITKij *(
GUARD. !?*I<" ii'i"Vi'. Va.. Octohar i'P.m
1*72?GENERAL ORDER N>>. -I.?*1 lil.o com-fjf
maud will a emMcit the Old Market Hall T??- /f
MOK |;< )\\' ; V I S' I N? ?. tin* 3?ith imtaiil. at s ? ?"< |.;ck
proiupily. for drill. All aliaiiUeJ will ha: !ln?:d.
I!\ oi tier of the Captain.
ores 2t* If. A. paul. o. s.
v?hs!;iii;mn.
JMCIIMoND THEATRE.
Coiiflntu'd -iiceess of the
REGULAR ST??ck COMPANY.
THIS EVENING, the great drama of
THE HIDDEN HAND.
Tl:e performance to conclude with the roaring
farce of
BROTHER I5ILL AND ME.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK.
Scats -e-iired at A >u:oi.!>'s Mil leal Exchange.
020 Main street. oar 30-11*
A SHIMELY HALL.?FA I REST AT
J\- Ti:ACTION (>F THE FAIR WEEK?The
Ouo-n star o| the South and Un- amiin'tir a-onicdinii
RO.-K AND HA It It V WATKINS. Only rcpre
. c itation et ill-- {Treat original alriainatic wa. ion of
Mr-. SouMiwmili*; ri letip.ajcd roui.-in'c. acknowl
edged I'V the ali'Mmrul-lrtd uitfhorccs f tie t'e -t dra
in itiAiUoti a ver prr.anPd of this tin* mo t popu
lar story of modern lines. Till- liighl'.-adl'Tth ??
drama he *??*???? idave.l l?v l'??SE AND HARRY
WAT K I NS throughout Great Ki it.tin and Mm United
L tales ..vur ONE IIP'I'SWD FIVE 11 ENDUED
NIGHTS. anal evervwhere received with ctithitsl
a:-ti'- shouts of laughter and applnire from the
i_'r.i?a|rd and hrilil.at"' a -euihlag's :itfr.n't''?l to v.'it
ucv- tiii ? powa-f mi? I iv. avitli it - thrilling siiuatlons.
iiitr-i". I'nu. and -auttitnent. After witnessing a
ivpn r enl dlnn of this drama in Washington ? ifv the
ali.-t i ngnisha d .;uMea( .. Mr . E. I*. N. South worth
remarked: ?? Ifose Watkin-'s p'Tforhiaiw ofc.ipi
lola l> a perfect realization ad" tin- heroine ?d" my
romance."
Till-. WEDNESDAY EVE. ofTOUFR 30. 1-72.
Ilarrv Walking's nnio i -,i! lae-iiI?*. etiiilh d Mm
HIDDEN II WD..U OI.D VI lit; INI \ AS IT WAS.
Aivhy ( i ticw.'.itoy. a waif upon the waters) with
?re.' . ? a pi'i da (?: *.ek (a<5ept<'d m ice <d' W;irli< hi),
a 'a pi to 11 |,?' Scir ci i h'ii helic ?. with song;. Rose
W tlite . V,'"H u p'uim.iu <n color'. ' apltola's
Mmas Mai j Walkin . Tlieh original char
act *t and plat ? ?; t?j Uteni throughout Great Britain
audtlml n.'i'.'d Mates op i one thousand. !it?- liun
dieotimc- w't'ilh m ? gm I -urea--. Sppported
l-y the full s tr' Py'iIi <d tiudr ^ro.tt Di-uin.rltc iiitd
Operati- 'i i?>?>iDi't ii.'K Hie piece. Hu- threat plan
t .iioti coiii' i.i i. rind d.pif!.-. :;ud tin. c.ei'-popiilar
Di.\ieMc c ' h". < ipito.'.i mil o mp.Miy.
dar of It . t:> I ? I'o at W'K I, ?hniX.-TON A
? *- or 3D
\,rjii(;tNiA JIAL!..
7
p OI I|. ! ... i|; W 7 \ N.
THE Gl.M \ I IS. \i:i? \ SD \ I.N ' lMEogl lsT.
Ml IS 11.\ V. ??< fid'.t.i: 2-TtI.
and i very iiijriil dui iii^r Fair Week.
I'(AS IT! V EE Y THE EAST WEEK.
DlsTIMHUTI'iN OF I'l.'I SEVTS
at each performance. Eade >' (odd Watches. Sll
\er Wiitciie.. ami hosts nf other n <Tol and hand
olio-k'ift -. A pill t'orcp r\'-ody. N'm p.j.AMis".
A dm i ion. Do" i open at 7 o'clo. k : to eoni
tnoipa at ?.
Gi.*AND SI VI INEE (>N SA IT'E'DAV AT i>
l? M. _ of
i heme AND see
' THE SPOTTED 'not- I.'
AT SCil A A l"S CIGAR \ M > NE WS DEI'oT.
1102 M \ IN STREET.
\ lerrihlo naine formic el" the most imiorent.
lair. .'Hid aintisiim
GIF'I'-DRA WINGS
?vol' olVofed to the pllhiie : III!' :-o|e ohjeci of V.lli'dl
?iip-rpri e i. to m ike the -tort lie aa nlri' of at
traction. The lucky epi". have a I'lianee oi' ohtain
r ten !i:ei the x.iluo uf tl.'i ir hive--tmeiit. while
tIi*"-?* ?.-? ho-o luei; v.ni k- *.uni?i~f then: ate sure to re
a'f:va' the Vail!" o| tjioir luoPev.
I"\ KEYR"DY t.i'.'ts A PRIZE.
All persons aintwitt^a prize which Ihey have no
i;s< for re o If" full vihte of ||;c pioney limy
paid in civir . 'D l'.ea'o. !'u; ,ii-liiipr (ioods. Fancy
Artia'h -. oi'an\ lliimT i ! e in tin- --lore, a diapers, -.'ft
or3.icent-. ' El'atN SPIIAAP.
Win-la -a!o and Retail Dealer in Cieai's.
Mas'! -t'liiiii anil otha r Pipe-,
i'2'.'p. rioaiia'als. Fatta'y Good-. Ac.
A\!> EJAXl'ISR.
\f((ANN'S FIRST VIRGINIA
^-1 i:E(.tMKNi p.and i;mm;ganized.i
with all I he
EAT E>T i ??!.I.E(TT?'\S ??!?' MUSIC
for tiall . |!.araali-:. Ac.
(?rdi is proiupily attended In a! 21520 Main streel.
ISKKSS-1I.* IHXR.
IRS. A. 'J. TURN LEV. !???"> Dlfo.VD
ii 5 s't'R Ei .T. '!??ti", - to inform her op lomm . and
lYIeiiaJ that she Ita: ?:cni"wl flic services of ;t cihii
peieii' I'l.'ly. and i- picpaiad _lo do E'REsS-|
viiiS'G. V.ai'ioi: -i\!e- of j olio.-' .tnd mi
t'? M.'SI-.TS. ilh ? r : i noiil lion Id.a -G ap a!'.va \
? ?ii fuel. I! n 1. I RT - of il -! y!? and ? i i ii i>'i i
-!? mi - ill a la o. order at h?*rt nmlce. a?ar 7-avialtut
:tS2;.s.ir?5:3?v.
rpi> THE f. A DIES.
I
Mm . EVNNY m'TXEEK wrnnd ha rehyXVc^t
re jc-.'M'niit info: ill tt;c ladii ? "I Rl'lnnond and vi
c:|i!!'- thai Hi" ha ? now oil hand olieo! :he lai'.'o-l
. rlimiits ,.f PUNNETS. HATS. FLOWERS.
FEAT HEIiS. \ EE\ l TS? SILKS, ami ? vairylhliifi
oho in Me- Mii'llm ; v 'ineovo!- ??iV'-ro i i:i Ihe ci.'y : ail
of v. Jiioli II h ? ? .-Id af tin- lowv.-f price-. I.adic
\i itiii.-. I,'iciiiii. :i>! dininr the fair w?>u!d do well to
?all at Mi:-. FANNY ill T/.t.ER'S.
!?" ?.,?-'t No. a'ii i'.road atrea't.
11i A N! > (TUNING FUR THE-.; 7-1 0
FAIR JftniTfefe
OF NEW AND F.\'-ni(?V\ P.I.E MIEEINERY
AT Map A MK ?? M ?? EM VN'S,
I '2.5 Main ? n::.i-.r.
F' fiiterly of 102 Rpxid -tieet. aic 2'
S I AT.-3 ('!?? THE LATEST IM
t 1 puRTT i' sTVl.Es?la straw, V?!-"-?t?i?
vcf. and Fa-It?at
M.\l?.\:tl DEMI- EM \VS.
oi-:'- 1.52.' Main street.
nniK h v.NDso.Mi: :? isdnnets -
I , vhihilod a!
M \l> \Mi DEM Ft M.\N"S..ltn:,6Vf.t
a ic 2* 1X2:1 Alain si read.
lAXNCV (i( K>I>Sol* ail 'I' srri|?tions
6- at
M\P.\rtK DEMEI.MAN'S.
Fnixii'ihi:. iVc.
j D. GAT EWt tOD. RIM Hrnatl sheet. (7
*" ? hefween Third and Fourth. Mv stock <if fc
FURNITURE i:-now very complete, which
aiii m-IIiiik low tor ca-li. nee hue I .trior suit will
hr-o|d at Co f. stj aii.'.T ai It i 1 i^r the a il\ during
the Fair will liud it to their inlcra; t !?? >.i vo nie a
call. Furniture carefully packed anal shipped.
m'DMt*
I A .M I'.'S E. I?R \< 51?,"2U1, a'ofnel' Sa ea?tnl /C\
and I'.road -1;? i-m. ha- e-,w on han-l amlWV^
coiitiuu.dlv reea'iiimr ? upt-rim* sha-k "I
a IIAMIM.'R. i' MH.aiR.aml DIMNii-lluu.M' '? >
FURNITURE, which he i- selling for cash a-!???.-.
a ? cai: I r hmirlit in the 1 ity. A1 o on hand, M AT
TIIl SSKS of all :1c-eriplio'is of iny own make.
1 piioEp-riny and i-'iirniture ivp.iiiv I at the shorlfct
notica*. m' ls-.'im*
A UTiiCll ROOXEY.
IV FUltN iTl'ltE VfAlJERt
IV FURNiTlTRK WAREROOWS, iX
GOVKUXOi: AXU KlIANKLlN STItKKT.-. JVl
I lav ;i : ? ; improvements of warcrnoms. ami
is: ri r< turn*.* from the North and Wot with a large
'and welt elected Stock of WAl.NI'T and l.tl\V
PRK ?:i> Also oil hand. HOME-MADE
FURNITURE and >1 ATTRESSKS of sill kimj.s. I
warrant satisfaction. as usual. Ynv respectfully,
ai:tiutk'i;?h.m;y, '
SC 7 520 Governor and i?07 Eniuktln-treet.
II
All WOOD & HITTER, fa
GOVERNOR STREET. kJ
RICHMOND, VA. ft
With the goods wo manufacture aim withsome ad
dition? we have now on hstiul a superior stock of
CHAMIiKU. I'AKLOR. ami DINING-ROOM
Kl'l.'MTl'KK, isiiidc hy the moat experienced
workmen of seasoned tlmlior. aud warranted in
every respect as low in price as any g">c.<b of the
dame quality can tie >Hniyh< In any northern city.
All lit need of goods In our line wlfl tliul it to their
Interest to examine ourstock.
MATTRESSES of all kind? on hand ami tuade to
order.
FURNITURE REPAIRED at short notice.
seit GOVERNOR STREET. J
P GATfi RIGHT, fit
furniture dealer.
NO. 16 GOVERNOR STREET, RELV1X>
ULl M "i\.
Ill hist returned from the North, and otlcis
tile largest and Ik'.-! rlock ol V \i.NUT FUR
NITURE lie ever before k' i t. which will lie in
creased i,% weekly receipts, lie warrants the poods
so he equal in wairkmaiiship to ait) ill the United
Slates.
\Y V I.NUT SUITS with and will.out dressing-cases:
FINE PAINTED FURNITURE with and without
marble:
I'A RI.OR SUITS oI'kII j.rnife<:
lies! i IN and WIRE >Ai'KS ever made in this cilv ;
EXTENSION TAI RES. 1.OUNCES, and all other
articles kept lit a firsf-clas* house.
Call and look at our stock. Lowest prices for cash,
an O-Sin
}? A R T II-C L 0 S E T S?WHY THEY
J SHOULD 1JE USED AND INTRODUCED.
They are conducive to health: ptoiiu tlve of com
fort and purity: are conve licut and portable. They
can Is- used in any part or tluorof the house. In
fact, their value euinot be over ?estimated for deli*
c ite female?, or little < I lldreti, or for the use of iin?
movable iuvuihLs.
L. WAGNER & CO., Druggists, A cents,
oc 30-i't? Sixth and Broad streets.
OA BARRELS No. 1 KEROSENE OIL,
^u L. WAGNER & CO.,
oc 3o-st* Druggists.
B3T" MONDAY,
t. r: price a co.
have Just opened a lteantlful line of newest slwdea
8ATTEEN8, REP?, OTTOMANS,
IRISH and FRENCH POPLINS.
BI.ACK and COLORED GK08 GRAINS,
TYCOON REPS, POPLIN VELOURS,
DELAINES, SATINS, &C.
MOURNING GOODS J'1
Tomese, Cretona, Poplins. Mohalra,
Alpacas, Velours, Ottomans, Kepa.
Bom'ta/.i ties Crapes, aucl Crape Veils, Ac.
In STAPLES :
Blankets. Flannels. Prints, Plaid Lin; ays.
Domestics. Hosiery, Sheetings. Cottons.
Towel-. Socks, UndTv.eir. Bosoms,
< 'ollars. Lace Sets, Glover-, Ac., &<*.
?,-2s T. It. PRICK A CO.
UlJ/' KLKUANT NKW SUAWLo AND
LATEST PARISIAN CLOAKS AND DOLMAN
SACQUES T. K. PRICE A CO. have In their
shawl-room every novelty In this line.
BROCI1K LONG and SQUARE SHAWLS,
DOLMAN SACQUESand CLOAKS,
STRIPED and PLAID SHAWLS,
RICH ROMAN SCARFS, Ac., Ac. oc 2S
E2rl<"Kl-;SII COD-LIVEH OIL. '
NEW CROP.
MEADE A BAKER'S importation of nudi>i
nallv pure COD-LI VEK OIL. A full .supply just in
..lotc\ Guaranteed jwr*. and made Irom healthy
liver.; ince I!i?- l.-t of September.
MEADE A RAKER,
Importing Pharmacists,
or -j:? Pit) Main street.
0TJT TDK BK.ST, PRETTIEST, AND
CHEAPEST DRY GOODS I
We have iust received large additions to our stuck
fi '-in closing-out sales in New York, and idler the
create -l Bargain-; -inee old Mines Ih.Toi-0 the war.
Beautiful DRESS GOODS at "jr. and .toe. per yard:
Latest t vie BRoo.YDK Poi'LIXSat tee.and''.r,?c.:
l'ii:e>t ALL-WOOL SATTEENS. new shades, 7'x-.:
Heavy-corded SILK UK LOUR POPLINS at ?1 per
yard:
IRISH POPLIN'S, .'ilk and wool, (went y?vcu
inches wide. ALPo;
.lAl'AN'ESE SILKS at -l"e. worth 7.V.:
COLORED DRESS SILK'S, new shade..,at r_\5<>
?:?-i yaid:
I'd. M'K ALPACAS at .Dr. to c.. ttprrlor make:
EMPRESS CLo'l IIS. all colors, 5i;c. to 73c. per
Yard:
ALL-Wool, WHITE FLANNEL at 30# worth
toe. per yard :
IIiii'Losni STRIPED s! IA W LS from to j?w ;
The v cry latent ^t> le> < id >A Ks fi' in >ji: to sjr ;,:
llnndreils of other dcairahlc articles at the verv
lowest prices at
WILLIAM TMALHIMKR A SONS'.
I'Jl t Main streiopposite thcpo.-t-ethce.aiid
<i?)I Broad street. corner sixth,
oc Kiehmond. Va.
rr I'AliDOZO, FOUKIJL'KKAN & CO.,
loot) MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE,
rail special attention to their
LARGE \XD IJI El J A NT ASSORTMENT
iik
NEW CLOAKS.
SHAWLS.
A N U
St A R i-S.
They are now receiving l?v every -drainer larg<
additions to their stock in general, which they will
sell at the lowest market prices. <??
|X3T MONDAY,
OCTOBER 2s, 1^72,
i. (lie ilay ii.veil by LEVY BROTHERS for the.
opening it!" their new store
CORNER MAIN AND KI.KVK.NTH STREETS,
where tin v will offer greater inducements Ilian ever
to their friends ami customers. Tliey now call at
tention to their St'Htk of
ltl,,V('K SILK* I'roii) ?1,3 ? to ?1 per yard:
< '< ?|,i ?U K!? II.KS. in .ill -hade-. i rotn I .no to ?3.5?)
per yart!:
Kleifanl < ?? i. [?!?'.t? POPI.I\s anil FRENCH and
II,MSI! l*? 'i'l.lNS t'roiii ?1 to?1.50per yard:
KMI'Iil'HS CLOTHS ;;l .'?<>, 60. It", 1> . Illid 75c. per
yard:
FRENCH MERINOS from "5c. to ?1.50 per y.ird;
ilnnd-omc PLAID DRESS GOODS in in 35 to 78c.
per yard:
PI. A IN' and FIGURED DRESS GOODS fioiti '.\V.
In -i?l per yard:
BLACK AI.i'At'AS.?lit lhl-> nrtiele we make a
specialty, and call particular attention to our
look. < >itr prices are from ."fie. to ??l-'*!' per yar'l,
Wo show an excellent article* at M and 60c.
BLACK lt< OIBAZ1XK. in all i|iialities,ol'the. lies I
liiaiiiil'actini ?: prices from 61.-"' to $2 per yard ;
BLACK FRENCH MERINOS. BLACK TAMISE,
III.At iv CAS JIM EKE, and BLACK Dli
LAI N l iS for mourning,all at very low prices:
BL \< K CKKPK I >??: PARIS at toe. per yard worth
SJ ;
BLACK and COLORED VELVETS, VELVK*
TEI N:;. SILKS. SATINS, and PL I'M I Eb fur
triuiui'nj. ?- cut "ii the Lias when desired :
SKIRTING CAMBK1C, full yard wide, at 25c.
worth ->5e.:
t liECKKD and STRIPED NAINSOOK sit 25 and
30e. worth 35 and he.;
Great bargains in SWISS. NAINSOOK, aud CAM
BR B MUSLINS :
INDIA TWILL LONG CLOTH at 30C. worth 4ec.
per yard;
pull yard-wide WHITE FLANNEL at 5('c. per
yard worth 65c.;
ALL-WOOL FLANNEL at 30c. per yard, sold at
the beginning ol' the season at inc.:
PLAID OPERA FLANNELS at 75c. per yard :
YELLOW. RED, WHITE, and GRAY FLAN
N ELS. in all widths and qualities:
RED. BLUE, WHITE, and GRAY TWILLED
FLANNELS, at till prices :
OPERA FLANNELS. In all odors and tjualitics:
SHAKER and WELCH FLANNELS and double
width FLANNELS: we make a s|?cclalty in flan
nel ..and call at all timer-show a large assortment
Hitch bel'iw regular prices:
WATER-PROOF < LOTH in all qualities and co
lors; we <"ill particular attention !>> ?>iir new
shade.*- in blue and liglil -gray, suitable for lioys1**
well as ladles* wear :
BR < > A DCl A >TI IS. CASSlM ERES, S AT IN ETS.
TWEEDS, and .JEANS, in great variety, at
satisfactory prices;
TABLE-CLOTHS. warranted all linen, full two
yards long*at ?1 worth ?1.50;
TABLE-LINENS from 5u*. to ?2 per yard, em
bracing the largest and l-est assorted stuck over
offered in this city:
1.1 NEN-FRINGE1) NAPK1NS at#, 75c., and ?1 per
dozen. worth 75C.,?i. and ??.5i>:
LARGE DINNER NAPKINS from?1.25 lowlier
dozeu;
FANCY COLORED TABLE-CLOTHS aud NAP
KINS;
HUCKABACK TOWELS at ?1.25, *1.50, *2. and
up to ?9 per dozen, ali much below regular prices:
HUCKABACK TOWELLING at 163c. per yard
worth 20c. per yard;
CRASH at 10, P*}. 15, 1 J. 20. and 25c. jwr yard :
COTTON and LINEN DIAPER by the piece at great
bargains;
PILLOW-CASE LACES at 50 and 75c. per dozen
yards:
CROTCHET EDGINGS at 15 aud 25C. per dozen
yarth worth 5e. per yard;
BOBBIN EDGE?the gemiine article?50C. for a
piece ol" 18 yards worth 5e. a yard?just the arti
cle for edging rutfle;
A large assortment of the new-style NECK-HAND
KEROHIF.FS for ladies;
NEt.'K-SCARf Sand N ECK-UIBKONS, in tiftv dif
ferent sty lea, from 5tfc. I" ?!.25?just 30 per cent.
Inflow regular prices;
ANDROSCOGGIN COTTON, 15<*.;
DA VOL COTTON, 1?Jc.:
NEW YORK MILLS at inc.;
WAMSUTTA at 18c.;
Pli.Lt >W-CASE t 'OTTON 42 luchcs whle at Irtjc.;
Full-width UNBLEACHED SHKET1 NO ataoe. per
yard worth to**.;
Full-width BLEACHED SHEETING at 35c. per
yard worth 45c.
Also, great bargains In
BLANKETS, COMFORTABLES,
QUILTS, RIBBONS,
READY-MADE SUITS,
UNDERGARMENTS,
FURS, CARPETS,
RUGS, OIL-CLOTHS,
JET and FANCY JEWELRY,
TRAVELLING-BAGS and BASKETS,
and thousands or other articles, alJ to tie sold at the
lowest prices for cash, and at one price.
LEVY BROTHERS,
OG 23 liiclunond, Va. ?
AilD LIQUORS.
a.u- . ? -mm ? . .-v.. ?* ??**?? .-s^gg, ;
For sale in hf-nd or duty paW, 10 half pipes, 10
quarter cftsks, 2f. octaves, and 25 cases of
JAMBF. HENNE8SY BRANDY,
different viuta-jjes, imported hytae direct from the
manufacturer in Cognac. France. Also, a full as
Tostmcnt oC
?CHAMPAGNE, CLARET.
BURGUNDY", SAUTERNE,
HOCK, MADEIRA, SHERRY,
PORT, and MALAGA.
The Champagne was especially put up for me, and
ehe greatest attention was given to suit this market.
M v t 'lock or
FINIS OLD WHISKEYS
Is uoi surpassed by auy house In the city.
OSCAR CRANZ.
Importer of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,
oc fl-lw No. 11 Governor street.
J5REEDEN & FOX
AUK HECK!VINO
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
CF
D R E s s g O O I) s ,
EMDKACING ALL THE
CHOICE MATERIALS AND SHADES OF THE
SEASON.
I IKE EDEN & FOX,
oc 21-7! No. 401 Broad street.
fluJT CAUTION!?LEA A l'ERIUNS'
WOKCKSTKRSH1KE SAUCE.?Buyers arc cau
tioned (oavoid Hie numerous counterfeitsand Imi
tations- oflV/red for sale.
.JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. New York,
oc 10-S& YV Agents for the United States.
DRS'GS, MI'DICaNE.N, Ac.
IV) THE PUBLIC.?I l?e? to announce
that I have ready MEDICI N EB whleii. 1 guar
'! e too, fni tiic prevent ion and cure el flu* tert ible tua
I nlv now ?-?> pn'valiuit among hora-s throughout the
L-otniU v. J also k. ' i?o,i Jupd a w?dl-srleottM| stock
rtf DRUGS. MKD1' INKS. J HKMIt ,A"
TFNT MEDICINES. TOlLKI ARID EES. Ac.
' G K? ?K<; E A. I'.OCK. 504 Broad street,
oc30-1 in Ri'-nmond.
j^RESII COD-LIYEIt OIL.
MEADE A BAKER'S
MEDICINALLY PURE COD-LIVER Oil.,
OF THE
NEW CROP.
J I" S T R E C E I V E D .
foe 20J
?JT'ISSINGEN AND VICHY.-?These \\;i
IV fi rs, so i'!in.-ii - f"! tin- cure of dyspepsia. indi
gestion. headache. kidney diseases, .vc?? are oil
lirauciit and in Lottie, at
POWHATAN E. Dl'l'UV'S. A pot l? wary.
ii,, 127 Broad ?.frot't.
JODA WATER at I ho fountain ami in
H cipliou Loll !<? during the winter at
?t. Dl'I'l'V's Drugstore.
B'
EKMUDA
ARROW-ROOT,
?FRESH?
jitst received by
I'UKCELL, I.ADD & CO. DroggBt*.
j,| I'Jlfi Main striT.'t.
I^NCl.IsIl < IIEST 1MB)TECT<HIS
I i in ! r." i i\ e?l. i'"? r fate hy
PPRUELL. J.ADD & <'?>?? Druggidf-.
oc?| 1216 Main street.
A\ MILLER. APOTHECARY, Fifth
ami Mar-hall Is as for sale
P01
MILLER'SYoMpol'SD SY It I" 5* OF HOKE
IB M'M). for ? otigh ?,eo!<t .y.'-i-.. sold hy illf city
ilnigsri-t" and countrv no reiiants;
READ'S "OK \ND DUCHESS COLOGNE, si
splendid perfume:
Genuine prepared MOCK ING-Rf RD !?'" M>;
ANDA Lt'SI AN It A I. M (Meade tS Bakervs),
lor
chapped skin:
Mi 1,1.1 R'S ORIENTAL DKNTIFIHCK. '*? 22
c IDS! ACIDS!
V
N'lTISlh ACID, in carlniv ?'
MURI VT!?' \?'H>. in i-arhox :
SULPHI'RF? AC! D. ill c irony.;
ACETIC A' ID.spirit.j-r.iv. 1.0J",
for arii ts. tor sale hv
?r;? S. E. DOVE.
S !?:. SALE. <: R A D I! A T E 1N^
!;? I'll A IBIAi'V, DISPENSING UllEM-t"^/
1ST, Tin ntv-lir t and Venalih' M reels. Ki'li
nioo'l. \ a., iu.iiiisl.il iin? r stud \cuder "I 1*1 Rl
DRUGS. RARE CHEMICALS, and PHARMA
CEUTICAL PRODUCTS. Phydcians' prescrip
tions dispensed with neatness, elegance, ami arcn
racv sit ssll hours. dsn or nigh!. Terms cash.
OO i-3m
HOOKS. STATM?XFI!Y>?Ve.
BOXES INITIAL NOTE PAPER,
500
WHITE AND TINTED.
Tweiity-lYjiir sheets ami twenty-four envelope for
25,30, 40, or 50 cents.
Also, other FANCY STATIONERY and all the
NEW HOOKS at lol^ M du si reel,
o" 20" I Aw RANDOLPH A ENGLISH.
N
TICK STATIONERY.
The stthteribens are supplied with an a.:sort
meiit of
Beautiful NOTE PAPERS and ENVELOPES,
INKS?Black. Blue. Violet, and ( ii niiiie;
GOl.i> aud STEEI. PEAS?a new aud JJleudid
strnk;
PEN-HOLDERS and PKN< II.-CASES.
PAPER-FOLDERS. elegant I MvS'l" \NDS.
Thev nrermre in the la e>t si vie
" M'EDDING and VtSlTlN'G CARDS,
either eiigtsiMtili>r juluted, and STAMP PAPER,
plain or in eolors.
Orders prompt I v executed,
oc 23 ' WOODHOUSE & PARII \M.
w
' II. KEINJNCiliAM.
? RLANK-HOOK AND
PAl'ER-Bt?X MAM FA( TPKEK.
No. 1 St'UTII TWELFTH SIKEET,
CORNER OF MAIN.
BOOK RINDING.
PAPER RULING,
foe 1-3U11
w
si;u j su-n m % ?>
ILLC'OX .V; GIKHS
SK W I N( i-.M \<TI!SKS
AUK
THE REST BEYOND <'<IMPAKISON
BECAUSE
Their sewing D clastic, stronger. xtiul more durable
than any other.
Tlu-v are the lightest-running machine.
They sew foster than any other maehine.
Tliey last longer without repair.-.
They are the ?? is 1 y really silent inaehinc.
Tliey are infinitely easier managed.
They sew all kinds of thread from the original spool.
They change work without trouhleor loss of time.
Thev <it? every kind of wook Ily well.
Tliey are the best In i very particular, which can he
proven on lair trial.
One month's trial free of charge Is given to all re
sponsible applicants.
Full iuforinathu! sent by mail to ;ill applicants.
JAMES E. A.(J!UHS. Proprietor.
WII.I.COX A- GIBBS OFFICE,
ocIt? Ninth street, Richmond, Va.
Q,)K HOME SHUTTLE $25
V.^o fc E W I X G - M A C 11 1 N' E S
AT
FLORENCE SK\VINt;-M ACHIXK ROOMS
No. (10/ 11Iti>A>> srttKKT.
WILSON M.\< 11 INK NEEDl.ES for sale.
OC 19-COdlUI#
" jQOMESTIC"
SEWING-MACHINES,
LOCK-STITCH.
SELF-ADJUSTING TENSIONS.
The '* DOMESTIC"' cotuhlue-s with its remarks
hie bimplirity and <as* of runttlug great </nUtnrs*
of operation with a wonderful range of work.
Don't fail to examine it.
AGENTS WANTED.
?DOMESTIC SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY,
(KM Main street, Richmond, Ya.
se 11
FEI1SE
UOIl SALE, to arrive, *250 bales HAY
.1? jier schooner Yankee Doodle; 3oo hales jter
schooner Mary A. Tyler: joo hales jht schooner
Harry Brewster. We "think this Is the best lot of
Hay oll'ercd in this market for some time. Wo will
sell to arrive. In lots to suit purchasers, and will
store ami Insure free of charge.
GEUYAS STOP US & CO.,
oc 21 -'iw (iltice Ll-0 Oary street.
"i NICE LOT VIRGINIA HAY just iv
?\. eelved, for *ah: low ;
Prime NOltTHKKK HAY,
PKACH-BLOW and EARLY ROSE POTATOES,
and all kiuds FEED and PRODUCE, at
MOORE A GOOD80N8N
309 Seventh street, between Broad aud Marshall,
oc 21
TKI-WEKKLTLDfE
" ^2% *** vd>Pcee^ f on'w rr h?iF\7i^^d
fgiimsmamvMS
' ?'dotk p- "?
oc30-3m WILLIAM P. BRKTT- Ap-enf
POH JJEW YORK.?The oTTTST
ca*t, and \v.->t Una- connection . made v.it!,'/
Line for for,,|?? port -. pa ..-ngrr a< ?
iiiisurpantffL Fare. *)?>; a,-enure to ? r,?T. ,i ,"'t"
tickets, *.U For freight or na^ge. apply? *
omo-.lt JOI,N* V "'^W. Ajrrn,?
?. . No. ?i (?ov(Tnor?.tfi'{ (f
Ij1 OR I'll I LADE LI? I IlA^Th^^^T
, Reamer J. 5j. DKKEjf, t'aotiluSwfcZti
< AHH. will receive freight f.?r the
THURSDAY the :cl instant at i; o'clock
freight taken tor all jvtrt* of pennsvlv-ini.
New .Jersey, and Delaware, also for Norfolk i>
ton, and New Orleans, at low rates. ' *"
Passage to Philadelphia, Including im-als m.i
"Ksr *"? w- V'j??-11-K.
? . kd&> I )o< k street.
T?0R NORF< >LK, WILLIAMS* 557"
-T iil llfl. AND REGULAR CA\r>_l ^
ISGS ON .IAMKS l.'lVI It The hM ^7*."*
dlons steamer I*.A LISA I)K. t aptaln ( inj':Ks S m"
sun, having la ?en thoroughly overhauled* wilt
same her trips OCTOBER lit... |..,S"jT/cid J
for the above points every TUESDAY rm '
DAY. ami SATURDAY at 8J A. M ' U1-'
Nvhao?"^^ f0f Wlllia"J^ur? King's Jim
Freight received fHiimlar? ox-h
1; rclghl lor way-landings nni.-t he pr.|>at>t Mir.,.. 0.
I rcigln forwarded with dispatch. Tn.hiie^V.T "o J
I'olut tor Petersburg on arrival of steam' r "
00 D. II. ROGKI.'S. Agent
1 AMES RIVER NTEAMROAT^.rcrt 7
*' COM PAN y. istiWkJ
l-'OH NEW Y ??!CK. PMILADKLPIIIlWT
I biOhi'.. NOK&OLK. l'OKTSAfi ?t' i it
AND AM. REGULAR L\M> \GS
ON THE .IAMKS RIVER
I !(1iiv,:<\7rr^n' United Stales null ife.ijm r
?JOHN MIAIM U.. < a p tail J /. r. (iiKKoim,
h::t?.e. company * wharl. :f k'?w',dts. for the. I
named ptarer.oti MONDAYS. A\ KDM->I>,\ Vs. ,,,,t
FRIDAYS at 01 A. M.. and returns on Tn."7
1 littr.-day, ami satnrdav afternoons *1 i o'dm k
Passengers connect at Norfolk with the old Rav
Line stvamcn for Italtlmore, Philadelphia, and
New 11irk.
Train leaves City Point for Peter burg on arrival
ol steamer.
Fare to New York ;f,
faro to Phil id- iphla "J ,,
Fare to I'aTtimore !...... ??. n!.
Fare to Norfolk !.!.!!..!!!.' ?*
Tickets oil sale at i. \|t|{| R \ <'O.'.S k\i'l,'! ">>
and luggage r|-? ck".| i firmejli.
Kit i^if .i<?'oiv.>'! I I'KSD \ Y>. TIll'HSDAYS,
and 'All K D.\ A S ior Norfolk. Port iiioiith. |',< .
Ion. n.-ili!more, and prineipa! landings on < j.. ..
irK^'S?lu: iStix
Frejjrht received from 7 A. M. (ill ?!!' M.
Freight i'or way-landings must I* prejMi.l,
}- P. TATI .M, (icimral Avent.
Otnee. Company s wharf.
Hraticlt otlice. comer Main and Ninth streets .. i
Oft'ii'tc of Powiiatan sthamijoat comi-axv.#
SeptemfvT Strt. D7.'. \
pOX'SKLVEES OF FKEIGHT/fis^TL
v7 by tiiis line are lierehv notllied Ihat&^^eflL
on and after this dale all' frclxlit arriving h\ i.
steamers, unless moved within twelve hours after
arrival, will he stored at their rl-k and expense
steamers arrive MONDAYS. 'Mil h'MD \ Vs.
SATl'KDAl S at <1 o'clock A. M.
frC -'l WILLI A3f P. r.PKTT, A vent.
X
HDfll AND sn; ?':! !:>
'ATIOXAL I.IX E <?F ?' i
-Si KAMsIIIP.S '
WEEKLY Id CM El'NSTOWN WD I IVEP
1'DUl.?FCMPI Nl(.II I I.V Tit \M) UMM '
I.DN D<JN DIKKI'T.
From Piers No-. 11 and 1/ North river.
These stea inshi ps a iv I lie t. \kokst in tiif ri: \i-i .
Cahln passtijie ?s;;, and ^t5. ? unem v.
Steerage. ij-s., nrrem v.
Prepaid steerave tlek.-ls IV..m l.i, . , .
town. Loiiduiid' iTv, t.las;roxv. or l.-.n-i.-u. s" ,.
rency.
For further information applv at the t'oini'.ur.'
?dllee, No. <>0 ih'oadwav,
F. W. .1. lll'liST. M ni tp r.
or to duilN \\ . W'i At T. Av :,t.
15 No. ;i f jovertior strwt. Ilh hinond, V.i.
/ 11 X.\ IJI' IIXE OF S'| E \ M
V.' I'iKS T<) LIYKI'Ptti?!., lit | | \
fOW N, I?LAr**ii'W, \NI? 1/>VD'C\D I
Fl'itM NEW A i il:K. Alii; |'i i NEW An!.',. > . i
IN iT'I:i:i.m A'.?The s,|d. m?!.. ;, .
"hi|>s of this tin.: will sail a - follow.; \\" DM .
DAY, jvih. and SATI 1.1? \ A ? tit ? i
April, aid SATITUIIAYS, 4lh, I It It. in I Dtli ol
Alay. an I t xi j, i i \. r ?, follow in * v... k. I: nil i I ?
N AllD > WllA.NF. h' r ? v :
CilAKI.I S Fit AM KM V,
Au. id. Ni w A . rk.
, v. , KVMUKI,.\Ai;i>. Avu,t,
Richmond, So. |;;-_><i .Maln.e.at iix r F-urti. nth ti-et.
Jy ?-,r.
\ xciioi: lixe ki? eaTm'ixi7. 7*p\
s ML IN',
I .\ I !: V W l-.DN E>!? A A A \ D :? A I I I: |?A A.
Pa- ? IIV'' r li'Mked to and llotil r.lnXX '-. m;
or seaports in Emtland. liaJami, Neoiia
Sweden. Di-uiii.trk. toTaian-.. Fran, i lldlol : '?
^intii. and tie I nit.-d
t'ahin fare from New York to London. I .. r....
(iLwgiiW, ?r I Jerry, Ity \Vislii.vhv' Meanier.? .
J'.V Sal'in'Sfe.fill r, I'd -.
Kxctir 'oil lida t .. ,\l! .|. !?, ? 11. in-..
PiisMjntri-r- tMM.ked iiiit la r tVoei I'aa .... . i.. ;
.Mesdii i.aiid'l'i i. >te to New Yol k,
t'ahiii. Sdtn: -l.erap'. Payable in ? rr< e .
i'orluriiier iiiforiii'itloii pi,f\
liKNDELs* CN I; !'i i'I'I III.'-'.
7 la'Alin-- liiirn.\. A..or
?J. \\\ AA Y.A I T, \ .a i.t.
J>' ?? 3 < loveftior street. Itichiiieiet. A a
1^0R XKU* Y<>IiK.? (>1.771 ><7 7777
X. At! N IIIN ST!: A M S11 j t ? ( 11 At |> \ N A . '.~W ?
'I he side, wheel steam hips OLD |M'.MIA|oA,
WYANOKE, ISAAC DEl.L, SAKATo(;.\, M
AGAUA. ALBKAIAULK. and IIATTEIf
NewAerk lor Norfolk. City PoiiiLniid I. Inii -nd
everv'l I'KMCA Y.TIU'KPDAY.aii I s\Tl ;.(.\A
at 3 o'clock P. M.
la aye ith'hinoiiil every TI' ESD.A A', IIJIDAA.
iiinl SI'ND AY at hivdi lid<-.
I lie.si- slij| s are eiitlrdy new. Tie-} li.iu ?-le .nt
.'?ajooii .. stah-riHtin . and iKith-rouiii .
I lie l.ll'e. ac< ill.Illodalioiland alt' llli'"' ?I.
.surpa.s.si'il.
< lose coiineeM.'iis matle with steatuer.s for :.il
.smithern ;? nd f-inropean j eit?.
For further information, aj j.lv to
?JCJUN AV. V," Y ATT. A-cut.
_ "1 y 20 N". :i ttovcrie.r v'r. i t;
T) HI LAD EL I'll I A. KK II-.
5 Alovn. AND N'OlfFOf K STi \Ai v h
?"M!1! J/PNE? PUR PIIII.AD! I.i'ill A I V. It I \
\> r.Elv.?M. aiiici-, NORFOLK. EMPIRE.
!$. OREEN.coipposlng tills Hue. will 1. ... 1:
mood ev.-r> .MONDAY and Till i:SD\A t
o dock AE. Hid l'illl..ildpllia e'.ei x AA' I I? \ ! - 11 \ A
and S.A t t PDA A atiite Pie hour. a!l'-i nal. i?
I- lei^i;,* - received daily (buudav.s witpMl for all
twrt sot Pennsylvania. New <lcrs?y. ni?I I tela wan-,
also t,,r ( h itle-ton. .Sivaunah. ai.d N> \v Url' i.-.
and hills of .' uiiiie ivtcd thr.cedi.
Freijrllt t ik' II for Norfolk ::f iiad rate rah
Pas-ajre to i*iiiLadel]>hia. incindin^f i . #j~ and
Stateroom, is. W. I'. Pol.' fl lE Agent.
No. 2lii Dock sin . t. I';. iii.iond.
WILLIAM i*. CI. A DE ,v i Agents.
No. jo Smlh Mh.irxe-.
Jail No. M North AA'liarv.-s, Phila<Sd;ihD.
p^OK LI \' K K I'o O L A \ i? *
i^ori'Kwriiu's, i.v.m \ v i.i.sKOK'vl'-i
AlAlL SI EA.MKKS. S \ ILIM. |-'K<>M m U
YORK t V|.|;v SATi I .* I > V V \ V !)
ALTERS V'J'K Tl'ESDWS.
, 1JATKS UF l'A^SAGJ. :
I ;iy.ih|t? in (m|.|, Pav.iMi' In i nn? ti?*v.
. 1 *' * ? ? I' ?11 - > 7 " ? S f ? i ! .; ? ? ? f '
Id l.i'iiildii ,0 j To I.oi:<Imii '.i
1'/Earls | 'i'i> I'.'t i
I lets els sold to]iiul from England, ???eland, and
IwCoiitliu at a! mwk'iutt! rates.
I"f'l" tlll'llicr intern alien. at I ! v ;it the ' "intall- ?
?>!?<??*. . JOHN li. dale.
1"> nr?>:t<S?v:i\. Y..rk : er
?'< >H.\ W. U 1 M i. A-. t.i.
-?* kleiumivl. \ i
WIMLS. I.lltrocs, 'S'OtJAl ?'<>. ??
{ )U> KYE AND KECTIElKf
Vy WIMsK EV>.
AIM'I.K ItRAXDV.
El: I IT UK AM.11 s.
LONDON l'< ?|{TI K.
KIM VUCIUiH A I. K.
WIXKS. KUASDIKS.audUlXs'.
A larjre assortment for ?vile bv
E. O't'KTNEY IKVKINS
Wholesale l.l'juor I ? i/T.
No. 113 south Fourteen ill stint, l*-!<nv ? ar>.
oe H
1)
I KELT IMPUTATION.
60 rusks BASS'S ALE.
SO casks Al.LSOl"s ALE.
5<> ca?Ks \\ hi. Vouiuter'* EDlNliJH'Klill A; ' .
loo casks (.LIN.NKSS'S l'OKTEK. Uurk; A Ro
bert's bottiiuK;
30 dozen I'EKJi FRKAX C ?A< KKJtS.
25 cases Colinac's D. S. F. Nit'ST AKD?i- !>
l.anda-fti tins:
IRISH WHISKEYS.
IJENNESSY and M VKET'f'S IJKAN'DIEN
SHERRIES of -nperlor ooalitic.i,
GEISI.KK'S t II \.MFA(i>r s
We i ffer these u<xnis at New York i
freight* added. Al>o.
I.Ooo <I../<mi ?>-#>. and }-!S. TYacb--,
tanw dozen "-2b. ami *-!??. ToiiuUio.
VStt do/en Window's 0?rn.
at Ualtimore prices, all of the t? -t packers :?? G.
more. T. UALMl'K X <
oc i s?l4 .Main street
| "win-key.
I.KXt.NOTON, V V.. -'l?lV U- lv" ?
ffMi/lrmrtt.-I have exauilued careful!) IH' '*
men of whiskey manufactured t?y you and m ?t 10
rue for analysis. It Is a very pmv and excellent
article, free Irons all foreign matter.
Very respectfully yours,
K. S. AUCLLIXK JI.
rroftssaor of ?'hemi-tr\.
Washington and Lee l.'uhci A).
Meters. KULCHKit A lki\v>lAN, Staunton, Ya.
Orders uiay be left with CHARLES I.UNDIN. -si
L. WAGNKlt A OVA'S, cor ner of lhoad and Sixth
streets. au lysmi^
"ROOK AND JOK PRINTING NKAT1.V
X> bOSK AX XW? OFJblUi^

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