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?JJirhmond ^isptch.
FRIDAY OCTOBER l^Tc:.
A Peculiar Contest.
The intelligent reader cannot fail to have
observed that the contest now going on in
Virginia is so peculiar in its nature as <>
have caused those engaged in it tolosoigbL
of questions which in other al?
deemed of much importance. 1 lm fact doo
not prove that the tariff question is one of
no moment: nor that the grievance i
tended to he put down hy fanners gnu>
are not real as well as remediable: .mi that
the al-straction by congressmen ot a ?
amount of money which ought to have been
left i:t the public treasury was a measure
. ?,i i'.i'if to our approbation 5
that commends t?*eit to om 11
nor that the CriUit-Mobilier irauds have not
attracted our attention: nor that we ate ig
norant of various other matters which claim
the notice of political parties in other State,
"We have had an eye to all these things. u
Ihey are dwarfed in their proportions by
considerations which are more important,
and to which too much time cannot be
given.
Why should we trouble ourselves abouta
high or a low tariff when the Radical (?o\
ermnent at Washington taxes us to the ex
tent ol millions of dollars per annum upon
our tobacco, whilst the tariff touches us so
lightly as to be almost unlelt? Why de
nounce ?? protection" when we are 111 dan
ger of having nothing left to us to need pro
lection: Whv clamor about a lew cents
more or less of tariff upon our clothes, or
our wines, or our hardwire, when we may
11 v n, Jerli.ig to vote suffer our State gov
ernment to fall into the hands of a party
wh?-e acts would render our very houses
and laud- almost valueless?
'1 no cost of transporting our agricultural
products to markets might be a i<q>:e wor
th'.' ?>;' our lou.-ideratiou under some eir
cuu.-taiiceg. as it i- evidently deemed one ot
v,t.-t imp-art hy the fanners oft lie West, who
iiav- formed them-clve- into grnng. - for the
pu;i ?> e < f reducing tint co t. It it what
lolly would it not be in u- to wa-te (>urtime
in dx-u-sim: Mich a question whr.i a pally
b-,- k r.g to gain power in Virginia which
would - ? il-mige our material iutcivsts us
t 1 .t v.* should probably have nothing let!
to tr.u -j oi l to market in four yetus allot it
sduiul'l liav acquired the right to rule u-?
vciv wrong in t.'oiigre? to vote
live tram-and dollars of b:uk pay to i:ieh ot
it- mi mints for set vices w hich had already
be?-n paid for onee; and v.<- arc tar lroni
pi-tiDing any member ol that body , Ucpwb
Ji.-annr Peinocrat, who voted lor the hill.
ill,? if would lie little le.--than in.due-^ its
u- to ,i!!o\v oursetve- to be lidoli upon.such
a trail as 1 his. Virginia's members received
liitv thoii-aiid dollars ol thi- grab-money a
sum not one-tenth part of what Richmond
??:!> alone would probably lose as a result ol
the election of the Radical Mate ticket.
so wo might go on iiuletinitcly. We are
menaced with the destruction of our mate
rial interests. We are threatened with ile
um officials, negro policemen in our streets,
ucgro in-olenee in every form. The public
school system of the State i> in danger. I he
establishment of mixed schools, which al
mo-t every negro is in favor of, would im
111-d kite I y destroy the entire system. We are
trailul of such tuxes as have made South
Carolina and T.oui-iana real estate hardly
worth holding. We are in danger of social
troubles of every sort as a natural conse
quence of the ascendancy of a luuty nine
ten* lis of whose adherents and supporters
are negroes, and too many of whose leaders
:ir? unprincipled while men seeking powei
not th tt they may ben.-tit 1 lie public, but as
a means of pocketing pell.
What wonder, then, that the contest in
Virginia should be a peculiar one? A< that
nation i- a happy one whose annals are dull,
su Virginians will account themselves fortu
nate indeed when their circumstances shall
lia\e -0 changed as to make it possible lor
them t" divide upon such questions a- sepa
rate into political jui'tie- the people Ol States
which are already so happily conditioned as
to have nothing more important than tarilt
and transportation is-ue- to engage their at
tention.
Tlie Public Debt,
j in >tatcment of the condition of the pub
lic ?.!?lit on the SOtli ol' September, 1873, will
probably attract more attention than such
-t.u< men is have generally done. The whole
debt bearing intc-rot in coin (some at five,,
the rot at ?ix per cent.) is # 1.723,507,50U.
So il takes les- than one hundred liiillion
pcr annum t?> pay the interest upon it.
$J2'.U)0o pay* the interest payable in cur
rency at three per cent., and about twenty
live thousand that at four per cent. The
nation's iuterest account, it tlitis appears,
has dwindled down to easily mauageablc
proportions. The debt bearing no interest?
lint j.- legal-tender notes, fraetional currency,
coin certificates iVc.?amounts to #447,494,
534.03. (The three cents are a postage stamp
evidently.) We quote the remainder of the
statement in full:
< a-h in tixi: TiiJ-Asruv :
i'oiii #Sf>.24<J,7f>7 54
i'urrt'iicv 3.269,032 04.
special lu-lu iW ri-.e ni|?
ilon of certitK-:it?-s ol
u.-: provide! by i;o% 11,250,000 00 |
*0-1.765.769 36
i !?:!?( lo-s cai-h iu Treasury Oc
to.'icr 1, 1673 72.138,793,698 17
lb lit ie.-o cash in Trca>nrv
September 1.1673 2.140.093,305 33
I>t vn nse of debt during tlu-bast
month $1.901.407 10
Decrease oi debt .-iuee Mureh 1,
1 s7 J $18.5SCS02 36
j n-.-vea-.'- ofdebt from March 1,
1 &09,to Mureh 1,J 673 *3C8.082.539 48
Ti e -taiemi nt of bonds issued to Pacific railroad
companies -hows totals as follows: Principal out
fiandn.tr. $04,023,512: interest accrued and not
y? t j,-.(id. $009,352.08: interest paid hy the United
?States, $20.447,9S0.26; interest repaid by trans
l*ortatluu of juailsi. $4.422,111.36. Ualauee of in
teri.-.t paid by the United states, $10,025,674.86.
The uniting of the '? Pacific railroad eow
pauies'-'-is significant. It tails to tell us how
many bonds the Government has Issued to
Jay Cooke's bogus railroad.
Nevertheless, the finances of the Govern
ment are evidently in a healthy condition.
The panic will probably cause a somewhat
it?, favorable showing for October 31st; but
by then the crisis will probably be over, and
the statements for November and the other
months will glitter with gold.
Th.e Norfolk Papers.
The two only newspapers of the city of
Norfolk, the Journal and the Virginian,
have changed their head-pieces, and the
Journal has cbauged its name. Our gallant
friend Bahkqn Hock, who has so long steered
the Virginian (he's an old sailor), goes over
to the Journal, which undergoes bottom
scraping, copper-mending, and new fasten
ing, and, with the new editor and u new
name, we cannot say "goes to sea," for the
new name is " The Landmark"; but we
say goes to sea no more, but, keeping in
sight of land, will yet warn all of danger
and guide the bewildered to a safe harbor.]
if or a, dear llort, Is a jewel of a fellow-? I
getit'e as a maiden, confiding and guileless as
a child, si ml brave as a lion, lie lias readi
ness as a writer and the gift of genius. It
shall go hard it' The Landmark does not suc
ceed with vuch a helmsman.
The Virginians popular journal, In losing
Horn gains our voim# and spirited (riend
II a.m. < iiamiikki.av\k, late of the lYtcr.sburg
Judex. He has proved his calibre, and may
he welcomed hy the friends of the Virginian.
He is an accomplished scholar, a forcible
writer, and an industrious editor. We may
congratulate Norfolk upon the new arrange
ment of her active daily press.
To us, while writing of that press, there
come bnek very pleasant memories of other
days that come, however, not without sad
ness. The old Herald, whose good humor
and satisfied air of i>eaee with everybody,
and good will for all, were remarkable, we
see in our mind's eye. Old Commodore
Hrocghtox, the best of good men. was our
admiration. We read him fifty years since,
and we knew him personally and affection
ately forty veal's since.
Then there was the Beacon and the
Shikldsks. who were succeeded by that rijk>
scholar and most courtly gentleman Hrou
I *i. a i k (iRhjsbv; and he again by William
10. Cunningham, the handsomest editor in
the State, who long represented Norfolk in
the Legislature. He was a good writer, an
accomplished lawyer, and an enlightened
and liberal legislator. He died of yellow
fever during its prevalence as a plague in
Not folk in *35. Jnsvc Mr. C?rig3BT, who,
venerated and venerable, still survives,
they are all gone: the name$ of the
papers even along with those who
?rave them fame. if these were all of
things contemporary with them that have
passed away in Norfolk il would be well for
our city l?v the sea ; hut with these, so well
?remembered, have gone, never to return,
sonic of the Po?* features of the dear old
ity, to whom may a kind Providence yet
-end the choicest Pli-v-ings.
Hut. kind IViVnds and contemporaries,?
thc-e thing- so dear to an old man aside,?
you have stiil, v ?? arc sure, elements of liap
piuc-s and prosperity that nuy richly re
ward ai.d ujoicM you; and we doubt not
(here remain-:a v.,. i deal that would go far
io <iin?'o;V nsfoi ri;,- 'palled joys we lament.
And now a good voyage you. young
g( ntietm-n (?f t!.e Norfolk press.
The Lo.te Colonel Baldwin.
The ]' qu i - ?i? t?rallyin noticing' the death
of the i:ile <'<>!? n-.l Rai.owin, pay glowing
siicl ciilnp-tie ti iPtih s t<? his memory. The
j Y1' r.-bmg Aj'j'cal, in the course of what it
ir:< i<i -iy ot' the i hornet or of the deceased,
sp? tim-:
" i?ij??ut invoking the charily which bc
loim- to tie- iin-tiioiy of the dead ; without
allowing oiirsclvo to be moved too deeply
by that [eii(|enio>sexeited by his recent pas
sap- from life to heaven, we may say truly
o! John I>. Baldwin that his heart was as
pure and golden, his affections a< gentle and
laithful, as in all the qualities exerciser! in
tlie ordinary relations of man and man
lie was Inave, determined, and almost
stein?a man ol the antique heroic pattern.
We believe no Virginian had a warmer af
fection for his mother State, and 110 man in
Held or in forum ever gave her more chival
rous or valuable service.'*
Very true. Jfis fidelity, his ability, and
his courage eoinmauded the public confi
dence, and whatever might he men's
opinions of hi.i politics, or whatever their
feelings towards him personally, when an
exigency came all looked to him as a man
to tie trusted. He had the traits of true
heroism in a high degree. He was not
only brave and wise in council, but
iiis courage wa* intrepid, and he feared not
to load where he advised others to go. His
confidence in the right was reflected in his
linn and undaunted bearing. His voice as
sured bis auditors and his manly conduct
inspired them. He was not an ornate ora
tor; hilt Aic was strong in ideas and in
words: he did not waste words; they
all meant something; all were wanted
where lie put them. His sentences were
all Hie time r? in forcing their predecessors
and swelling the volume of his argument,
which culminated in overwhelming force.
Hi< sjRrches often reminded us of Wkh
stkk's for their simple force and their gran
ilive solidity.
The presence of the man was fine. Unu
sually stout and wd! developed, hi* voice
was manly and strong; his manner, though
not artistically elegant, was yet far from
ungraceful; and his unaffected gestures
were full of energy, and exactly suited to
the dirt etne-s and vigor of his language. At
times, iu speaking, he was humorous, in- j
tlulging in a story or a hit of wit. But no man
?ver used humor, anecdote, or wit to better
[impose. No orator we have ever heard
introduced these auxiliaries of argument
with more intelligent applicability.
As a statesman, lawyer, orator, he had few
equals; as a citizen, neighbor, friend, and in
the yet more tender relations of domestic
life, lie bad no superior. His almost idola
trous devotion to his native State was proved |
in hi* works, which will be held in grateful
recollection a> long as his memory lives.
?cku\?Chicago has authorized the issue
?300,000 in u treasury scrip," with which
pay the current expenses of the city during
t stringency in the money market. The'
ne relief measure has on occasion been
opted by some of the cities south of us.
iURY Laws.?We cm all see for ourselves
admirably the usury laws work, and
effectually they keep dowu the rates of
-est. In Xew York city, where the usury
arc still noihiually iu force?the country
ihers of the Mate Legislature treating
city as the Virginia Legislature's coun
uiembers treat Richmond?the rate of
rest on large sums of money is often more
double the legal rate. But quacks will
prescribe their worthless remedies for
Xt'H Book*.
The Atmosphere. Translated from the
French of Camille Flammakion. Edited
by James Glaisfikk, F.,11. S., Superin
tendent of the Mugnetical and Meteorolog
ical Dejmituient of the Royal Observatory
at Greenwich. With ten chromo litho
graphs and eighty-six wood-cuts. New
York: Harper & Brothers.
This is one of the finest works lately pub
lished by the Harpers. The work, in a sci
entific sense, is valuable, and the illustrations
are admirable.
For sale by J. T. Ellysox.
The Land of Moab: Travels and Discove
ries on the East .Side of the Dead Sea and
Jordan. By H. B. Tristram, M. A., LL.
D., F. R. S., Hon. Canon of Durham. With
a Chapter on the Persian Palace of Ma
shita by John Ferguson, F. K. S. With
Map and Illustrations by C. L. Buxton
and U. C. Johnson. New York: Harper
& Broth ek s.
The themes of this book ure well nigh in
exhaustible. The numerous books with re-1
gard to them rather add to thau diminish
the interest of the public in them.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
John Goodsoe'e Legacy. By Elijah Kel
; ajoo, author of " The Lion Ben of Elm
Island," &c. Boston: Lee & Shepherd,
This is 9?e Of a series of soven stories en
tilled " The Pleasant Love Stories," intended
more particularly for.voting people than for
others. The stories have a very moral tono.
For sale by ,T. T. Ellyson.
Miss Dorothy's Charge. A Novel. By Frank
Ike Benedict, author of " My Daughter
Elinor," " Miss Van Kortland," Ac, New
Yoik : Harper A Brothers.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
We have from Mr. Eli.yson Harper's Ma
gazine for October. It coutains a third artI
cJc of " General Sherman in Europe and the
Fust." This paper gives pictures of Eastern
towns. If the General would give the pic
tures of some of our southern towns as he
left tlicin at the end of the late war they [
would sell.
We have also front Ellyson Applctons1 I
Journal for September.
liomance of Old Court Life in France. By
Francis Elliot, author of ?' The Diary of
au Idle - Woman," "Pictures of Old
Home," Ac. New York: D. ApPLEtttx^A
Co.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
Nina's Atonement. A Novel. By Christian
Ueio, author of " Morton House," " Va
lerie Ay liner," etc. New York: D. Ar
pleton A Co.
This novel is front the pen of a rising ge
nius amongst the authors of fiction. She
writes under an assumed name, which Is be
coming quite popular. She is a young lady
of personal worth, a native of the South, ot
most respectable relationship, aud highly
gifted.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
The Yacht Club; or. The Young Boat
Builder. By Oliver Optic, author of
" Youug America Abroad," Ac. Boston ;
Lei: A Shepherd.
Another story for young people.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
Politic? and Mysteries of Life Insurance.
By Elixir Wright. Boston: Lee A Shep
herd.
Mr. Wright is a man of great experience
in the matters of which he writes.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
The "Salary Crab."' By W. .T. Koijixson,
of Warrington. Boston : Lkk A.shf.pherd.
This little pamphlet was written with
especial reference to 15. Hitler during the
recent canvass in Massachusetts, not neglect
ing, however, Senator Carpenter and other
accomplices. It is a brief history of the
grab and a sharp handlii^g of the grabbers.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
Pronouncing Hand-Book of Word? often
Mispronounced, a ml of Word? as to which
o Choice of Pronunciation is Alknrcd, By
BicHAitn .Soulk and Loomis J. Campkell.
Boston : Lee A .Shepherd.
A very useful little book, and we believe
corn et; certainly as far as we have been able
to review it.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
Mind and Body: The Theories of their Feta
tion. By Alexander Bain, LL. 1)., Pro
fessor of Logic 411 the University ot Aber
deen. New York: I>. Applkton A Co.
This is one of the "international scienti
fic scries" now in course of publication by
Applkton A Co. A contemporary who is
an excellent judge in the premises pro
nounces it the best of the series thus far
printed.
For sale by J. T. Ellyson.
The Virginia and North Carolina Almanac
for 1874.
We arc indebted to the publishers, Messrs.
Clem mitt A Jones, for a copy of this alma
nac.
MARRIAGES.
Married, at tlie residence of the bride's brother,
in this city, on .Monday cvenhig, September 29th,
hv (lit: Rev. George Vaii'lerslice, .Mr. 0. C. CilAl'
M* \ N'. of Petersburg, Vs., and Miss LAURA L.
THOMAS, of this city.
Baltimore ami Petersburg papers please copy. *
DEATHS.
l)I??d, on the 2<1 of October, at 4 o'clock, Mr.
JAM KS I'. R YA \L. aged fifty-six years.
Dear father, if thy airy sleep
See not our tears nor hear our siglis,
Then we will weep in anguish deep
Till the last heart's drop tills our eyw.
Though we're not formed for living here.
so linked thy soul was with tin* sky,
Yet, all i we held thee all so dear,
We thought thou were not form's] to die.
ills funeral will take place THIS AFTERNOON'
ato'clock from his residence, corner of Seventh
and Arch streets.
Baltimore and New York papers please copy. *
MEETINGS.
Masonic xotice.-tiic mem- ja
tiers of TEMPLE 1.01)0K, No. SI,YY
will attend a stated iueetingat St. A1 han't./t\
Hall 'J Hits;Friday EVENING at G o'clock. By
order of the \\\ .M *
oc :t-11* R. li. TYEF.R, Secretary.
1'YTitiAX Halt.. )
< 'ffh'k Hoard of Trustees, f
Richmond, Va., October 3,1873. )
rIMlE 31 E M HERS OF THE a
A HOARD will attend a special meeting
?J ins EVENING at G o'clock, at the I'ied-b'/ ?
mont and Arlington office, Tenth aud'>
Main streets, Bv order. v
oc 3-11* ' <E B HILL. Secretary.
If NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.?The /?2X
V. members of H i NKS LOI)GE, No. 17.
Knights of I'yiliias, will attend a stated/;/ -??}>}
meeting at Pytliiau Hull Tills EVENING tin
nt 7 o'clock. A full attendance of the v?
members is earnestly desired. Members
of sister lodges and visiting brethren are iuvimu to
ire present, jjv order of the C. C.
WILLIAM J. RIDDICK,
oc 3-11* Keeper of Records and Seal.
MILITARY NOTICES.
G" RAYsT ATTENTION.-Attend cora-P
jMiny drill at Old Market Hall THIS (Frl-H
day) NIGHT at 8 o'clock, lu undress uniform, m
By order Captain Bossieux. W
be 3-lt S. J. SMITH, Orderly Sergeant.
MILLINERY GOODS.
JJILLTNERY,
MILLINERY, MILLINERY.,
J UST FROM XE W YORK.
Mug.B. W. SAUNDEBS No 405 BiiOad stref.t,
lias just relnxiiC'd from the great metropolis, and
begs to Inform her customers and the public gene
rally that she has now on hand the largest aud moat
carefully-selected stock of fashionable .
FALL AND WINTER MLLLINEKY,
of all kinds, in this city, consisting of beautiful
FRENCH BONNET8,
OSTRICH FEATHERS,
RIBBONS of delicate and rnre colors;
VELVETS of all kinds, and every other article
usually found la a Brsl-class millinery establish- I
incut." The Richmond ladies, proverbial for having ;
good taste, will do well to call and exttiniue her
stock. Mrs. B. \V. SAUN DERS,
oe3-3t No. 405 Broad street.
~ 1 " w ' " "
MILLINERY".?1 have now open u
large and attractive stock of *
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY,.
and receiving weekly by the New York steamers all
the latest novelties of the season, conslsflug of 1
BONNETS. HATS, CAPS,
FRENCH FLOWERS,
VELVETS, SILKS,
RIBBONS,
FEATHERS,
PEARL and JET ORNAMENTS,
and all goods usually kept in a Brut-class millinery
establishment, which will lie sold at the lowest cash
prices. MltS. M. WALTON,
No. 433, corner of Fifth aud Broad streets.
oc 3-eodQt
HOTELS AND ROARDING-IIO1SES
BOARD.?I Lave one very desirable
FRONT ROOM for rent, with hoard. AppJy to
Mas. Db. FITZGERALD,
No. 301, corner Grace aud Third streets.
oc3-lt*
JgUROPEAX HOTEL,
E. GEROT, PBOPBIETOK,
Xos. 912 Main and 911 Bank streets.
EVERYTHING NEW.
THE HOUSE FCRN1SHED THROUGHOUT IN
HANDSOME STYLE.
Rooms per (lay.; #1.
Meals furnished at city prices. The table sup
plied with the best the markets afford. Bee bill of
rare. ? an 9-eoaam
T7INE VIRGINIA-RAISED AND VIR
JC GINIA-PACKKD PEACHES.?I have Juat
completed canning the FIN E?T LOT OF PE \CHE8
I have ever put up, and am now ready to Ail orders
at Baltimore prices. To merchants purchasing a
regular supply I will give a credit or sixty davs.
Goo^clty references ex[>wted^o aewtntwu^^Mtle.-.
be 19-lui Clover Dale, Botetourt oouoty, Va.
TELECrKAPHIO NEWS.
University or Virginia? Ilnllrond Ac
cident.
[Special telegram to the Dispatch.]
Charlottesville, October 2.?Two hun
dred and thirty students have matriculated
at the University. The financial crisis has
had a depressing effect, hut a greater feeling
of confidence prevails, and it is believed that
the University will not materially suffer
when the arraugement for giving credit be
comes generally known. About filty are
here who have not matriculated, and still
they come.
A colored man named James Johnson had
his ieg crushed yesterday on the Valley rail
road near Harrisonburg by a full of earth,
lie was brought here to-day.
The Hol.ston Agricultural and mecha
nical .Society Fair.
[Special telegram to the Dispatch.]
Ablngdo.v, Va., October 2.?The IfoLston
Agricultural and Mechanical Society fuir has
been in progress here for the past two days,
and will continue to-morrow. The fair is a
decided success. Nearly 2,000 persons were
in attendance yesterday, and fully 3,000 to
day.
The exhibition of cattle was very fine,
the herds of Palmer, the I3yars, the Whites,
the Prestons, aud others, being second to
none in the State.
The show of horses was highly creditable,
and the trials of eppgd wofe equal to those
of the State Fair of last year. General Joseph
Johnston's charger, a thoroughbred mare,
seventeen years old, was on the grounds,
and was among the much observed.
None of the manufactures of Richmond or
Lynchburg were on exhibition. The cities
should send their manufactures if they ex
pect the country to send their stock.
A (ircusnian Killed.
[Special tol? grain to the I ibpatcli.J
Clover, Va., October 2.?Just us the mail
train was moving off trom licre this evening
a man named Thompson, connected with
Hie New York Circus, fell between the ears
in an attempt to got on the train, which ran
over liiui, cutting oil' hotli leg- a little below
the knees, from which he died in thirty
minutes.
Now York Democratic State Conven
tion.
I'tica. N. Y., October 2.?The Democratic
State Convention met at 10 o'clock this
morning. The Committee mi Resolutions
.submitted the platform as follows:
We condemn and denounce the salary
grab and all congres-men, Democratic or
Republican, who voted lor it. or who have
not renounced all share in (lie stun seized
for service already done and paid for.
We condemn and denounce the Presi
dent's signature to the bill which clinched
this iniquity, which gave live thousand dol
lars to eac.ii congressman while procuring
one hundred thousand for himself, after
Congress had just refused to increase his
salary, and we demand its repeal.
We demand revenue reform, so that
custom-house revenues shall be got from
low and therefore productive duties on
a few articles, not from high and there
fore less productive duties on two thou
sand articles; wo demand a return to
specie payment; we demand that the
policy of paper-infl ifion, protective tariff, j
and Government subsidies, shall be aban
doned to the half-civilized nations and aees
of which it is a relic because it plunders the
farmers in the United States both in their
incomes nnd outgoes; it hamstrings our!
manifold industries; it converts our foreign
commerce iuto an unsafe speculation, and
our domestic trade into a game of chance;
it breeds extravagance in our homes, and
dishonesty in public and private trusts; it
fosters corrupt combinations of sectional in
terests, and is the prime cause of the late
financial disasters.
In the midst of these wide-spread calami
ties and this general distress, wc scout the
President's pill for panics?more inflation,
more subsidies, more ballooning; and we
point the country to their true remedy
aud cure in the tried and historical
principles of ttie old Democracy, appli
cable throughout our National, State,
and municipal life, which limit and
localize most jealously the powers entrusted
to public servants, which en fort* honesty
and frugality in public and private affairs,
which prescribe equal taxation for all cur
rency as good as gold; and we bold out to
the farmers of the United states the right
hand of hearty fellowship in their just re
sistance to the exactions of monopolists and
their just demands for these great reforms.
Iiesolccd, That those who are vested by
our laws with the appropriation and ex
penditure of the public money should be
subject to the same restraints, rules, and
regulations that are imposed upon the tax
payers and collectors, aud should in like
manner tie required to keep such accounts
of their business affairs as are demanded of J
merchants and manufacturers, so that an cx
unination of their books and Impactions
will show any fraud and corruption in their
official business; that they shall take and
subscribe to official oaths at proper periods
that they have not in any way been unlaw
fully benefited by their official action.
Jicsolted, That we recognize in the Libe
ral Republicans worthy coadjutors, and we
cordially invite them to uuite with us in our
efforts to restore pure governments in our
state and Federal administrations.
The resolutions were uuauimonsly
adopted.
The Convention then proceeded to nomi
nate a State ticket, which, after considera
ble discussion of the other candidates, re
sulted as follows: Diedrieh Willers, Jr.,
of Seneca, was nominated for Secretary
of State; Thomas Raines, a Liberal
Republican and the present incumbent,
was nominated for State Treasurer; Sylva
lius II. Sweet was nominated lor State En
gineer; Asher H. Nicbolls received the nom
ination for Controller. The nomination for
Attorney-General was next in order, and
Dauiel Pratt was selected. James Jackson
was nominated for Canal Commissioner.
The nomination of Raines (Liberal Repuh
lican) for treasurer was greeted with great
applause.
George W. Millspaugh received the nomi
nation for State prison inspector, thus com
pleting the ticket.
the financial situation.
TENNESSEE.
uphis, October 2.?The First National
has resumed.
KENTUCKY.
nsvTLLE, October 2.?The Planters
, the People's Bank, and the Louisville
National Bank, withdrew trom the
ag-house on the ground that there was
jcessily for the combination, and the
ag-house has been abolished by mutual
NEW YORK.
York, October 2.?G. B. Grinnell &
?okers and bankers, have suspended.
Danforth Locomotive Works are
ag half time. They have plenty mo
Lauk but can't get checks cashed.
International Exposition at Buflhlo*
Buffalo, October 2.?Hon. Millard Fil
more opened the International Exposition
^ 1 * - f vr r\_
this morniDg. D. Redmond, of New Or
idar"
leans, followed. The attendance is very
large.
Yellow-Fevor.
Memphis, October 2.?There were twenty
Uow-fever interments yesterday.
Louisville, October 2.?A meeting of He
ewg subscribed ?1,200 for Memphis and
reveport.
Tlio Gallows for the Modoc*.
Fort Klamath, October 2.?The erection
the gallows for the execution of the Mo
ic? ha* been commenced. They will hang
jui out> beam, iu public, Friday (to-iuoi-J
w) morning at 1Q o'clock sharp.
Ti'Mlint; BisrCiiiiiis at *ortr??stt Monroe.
Fortress 31 on roe, October 2.?-A board
of ofliccrs, consisting of General Gilmore,
General John Love, Colonel Lorain, Colonel
S. Baylor, Tread well, and Bennett, of the
ordnance corps, have assembled to test the
Gatling gun in comparison with the eight
inch howitzer loaded with cannister. The
howitzer is loaded and tirod a given number
of times, and the effect on the target noted ;
also, the time consumed in loading and
tiring. The Gatling gun is then given the
same time, and its effect noted and compared.
Mr. Gatling is here superintending the tiring
of his gun in person. The result is uot yet
known.
Ila.se-HitII Championship.
Philadelphia. OetoiKir 2.?The ninth
game of the championship series between
the Bostons and the Philadelphia ciub, each
club having won four gomes, came off to
day at the Athletic grounds, and attracted
about 5.000 people.
At the conclusion of the game the score
stood as follows : Philadelphia, 4,1, 0, 0,1,
0, 0, 1?total, 7. Bostons, 4, 1, 2, 4, 4, 1,
0, 1?total, 17.
Much money was lost by the friends of the
White Stockings, who anticipated victory.
Washington Items.
Washington, October 2.?President Grant
has returned.
The Treasury payments for September are
as follows: Civil and miscellaneous, nearly
S3,000,000 ; war, over 8-1,000.000 ; navy,
84,500,000 ; interior, over $3,000,000, Total,
817,500.000.
The New York Club won t.Jie great boat
race easily.
??-j*
New York Items.
New Y'okk, October 2.?John C. Ileenau
is fatally sick with hemorrhage of the lungs.
Three hundred and eighty-six delegates
to the Evangelical Convention, which assem
bles to-morrow, have arrived.
George Griunell, Bird & Co. are cited to
show cause why they should not be declared
involuntary bankrupts. A hearing will be
had on the Uth instant,
At a meeting of the Chamber of C'ommorce
to-day a committee was appointed to organ
ize a tribunal of commerce. A proposition !
to unite willi the Boards of Trade was re
ferred to a committee.
In the bankruptcy case of the Midland
railroad to-day the counsel for the company J
denied that it was bankrupt, and were al
lowed jury-trial.
Wen<her i'roljiibiliiies.
Wa-iiington, October 2.?For Friday, in
the South Atlantic States continued north
easterly winds, increasing cloudiness, and
rain.
For the Middle Atlantic States, easterly
winds, cloudy and threatening weather.
From New England to the lower lakes
notiiwesterly winds, caoier and clear wea
ther. I
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
I-.'nglnud.
London, October 2.?Sir Edward Laud
goer, tbe celebrated pa'.uter, is dead.
Robert Ligsby, tbe English writer, is
dead. t.
Advices from Africa announce the cap
ture ot a white man by natives while pro
ceeding westward on the Congo river.
From the description of the man, Charles
Livingstone believes it is his son.
Spain.
Madrtd, October 2.?Deserters from Car
tagena report demoralization and liisubordi
nation. A majority of tbe insurgents desire
to surrender, but they are overawed by tbe
liberated convicts and more desperate vol
unteers.
Dispatches from all sections of the coun
try represent that a much better feeling pre
vails. The reedablishment of discipline in
the army has served to restore confidence in
the ability of the Governmeut to suppress
all insurrections.
Germany.
JJert.in, October 2.?Trade speculations
are almost suspended. A panic ou the
Bourse is apprehended.
The Klug of Saxony is dangerously sick.
France.
Paris, October 2.?-Specie in tbe Bank of
France has increased 4,000,000 francs.
Thiers having been notified of the im
pending political movements in 1' ranee, and
that his presence is much needed here,
started immediately for Paris.
DRY GOODS.
pIIARLOTTESVJLLE
WOOLLEN MILLS.
FALL STYLES
r>f the excelleot fabrics ot" these mills are .for sale
by
J. c. courtSf.y a son.
CARDOZO, FOURQUKEAX A CO.,
THOMAS It. PRICE A CO.,
GEORGE E. SMITH.
CONSUMERS
rill serve their Interest by giving them au examL
intion before making their purchases,
oc 3-dtDco*Awlm
CARDOZO, FOUKQUUEAN & CO.
J
Onr stork of goods has Just been replenished by
le addition of *40,000 worth ot'
CHOICE AND DESIRABLE GOODS
>r the fall and winter trade, bought for cash, of
ie latest novelties In Imported and domestic fab
ca. We are now displaying u most attractive at
irtmeut of
CLOAKS AND SriAWLS.
Also, new and beautiful fabric; la
DRESS GOODS
In all new and desirable shades.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
very rich and cheap.
Iu black goods our stock la very complete, coa
sting m part of
BOMBAZINES, CASHMERES,
ALPACAS, MOHAIRS,
TAMISE, CRAPE,
HENRIETTA and EMPRESS CLOTI1S,
?lected with great care as to good and permanent
lack. Also, a choice lot of
CARPETS, RUGS. DRUGGETS, Ac., &r.
All of which we oQer at the very lowest market
rices. CARDOZO, FOUKQUREAN A CO.
se 29-tDeld
EW RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE.
The attention of the trade Is called to the opening
fa NEW DRY GOODS STORE, at
till BROAD STREET,
between Sixth and Seventh, where a general assort
ment of seasonable:md desirable goods will be kept,
and sold at the most reasonable prices ami upon the
tH>et terms. Being fully acquainted wltli the wants
of the trade, ami Having tlie best facilities tor open
ing the undersigned feels coutldent that In asking
the patronage of the prollc he can give anaseurauce
that all transactions will be pleasant to the dealer
and satisfactory to the purchaser.
3 CHARLES HUTZLER.
selfl-3m Oil Broad street.
^TEW RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE,
No. 1013 Main stueet,
nearly opposite the post-olBce.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership
adcr the style and Arm of
HUDG1NS, GORDON A CO.
They wlU open about the 15ih instant an entirely
;w stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
lected by an experienced buyer under the most
.vorable circumstances.
Having had loug experience In the business to
"a city, and an Intimate knowledge of the wants of
?community, they can with confidence invite the
tronage of their friends aud! the public.
&)WM-ClS "OOKDON,
JOS. J. ANDERSON, SAM'L M. FEIcii,
OSCAR liUDGINB
SEPTEMBER 1, 1873. 80 2-3m
N. FRESHMAN,
advertising agent,
100 WEST FOCBTH 6TBEET,
CINCINNATI, O.
ertise incuts Inserted In any p*&>er at favora
tea. Llsta furnished free. ee H-im*
SHINGLES, &c.,
IITE PINE SASH, BLINDS, and DOORS.
WOODWARD A bon,
,-codJm Ninth and Byrd street*
EDtCATIOXAI..
f's. BLENNEB,' GERMAN 1'AST OR,
u ? Professor of German Language, Literature,
and Pedagogical Science, 706 west Marshall street.
Refers to Dr*. CharlesMlnnlgerode, J. L. Burrows,
and C. U. Hitting. oc 3-.fte??b?
H
AVING ENGAGED A GRADUATE
of a southern female Institution for the ensu
ing session; who will be aided by an assistant, 1 In
fond opening at WASHINGTON* HENRY
AC Aft KM Y. Hanover county. Va., a HOARDING
AND*DAY- SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, session com
mencing October 13, continuing ulnc mouths.
TEItMS PER SESSION.
Board, Including fuel, lights and English
tuition $160 00
Tuition In English 20 00
Tuition In French or Latin 10 00
Music, vocal and Instrumental 36 00
oc 2-d4twlt J. G. LUMPKIN.
CLOIlllNU.
JACOB EBEL, TAILOR,
823 MAIN STREET,
desires his friends and the public generally ..
to know that he has opened at the above?**
ataud with a NEW STOCK OF CLOTHS. OASSI
MEKES. Ac., and Is prepared to serve his patrons
in the best style. se 8-eodnn
ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AND DRESS-WEAR GENERALLY.
Mv stock generally Is now large, embracing near
ly everything needed for the present and coming
season, and you are respectfully Invited to an ln
jpeetion before buying.
WM. IRA SMITH, ACT.,
1109 Main street.
Sign LONG FLAG. ?u 29
PEFARTURFN OF NTEAMEIW.
F)ft PHILADELPHIA.- ^
The steamer ALLIANCE, Captain,
C'ABR. will receive freight for the above port till
FRIDAY the 3d instant at 12 o'clock.
Freight taken for Boston. Providence, and New
Orleans: also, lor Liverpool and Antwerp via Red
Star and American Steamship Lines, and bills of
lading signed through.
Passage to Philadelphia. Including meals and
suftcroom, $8. W*. P. PORTER, Agent,
oc 2-2t No. 2425 Dock street.
TAMES RIVER ST E A M BO AT A
V COMPANY.
FOR NORFOLK, P0RT9M0UTII, BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK,
ALSO I CR
REGULAR LANDINGS ON .TAMES ItlYER.
CARRYING UNITED STATES MAIL AND
ADAMS EXPRESS.
FALL AND WINTER SCHEDULE
On and after OCTOBER 1. ISM. (he fast and
elegant steamer .loHN SYLVESTER. Captain
.ltd IN A. I*??-T. will leave eoinpauv's wharf, R?>ek
rv ? v^t tl'i-Tk
ett.-, lor above-named places on .MONDAYS, WED
NESDAY:-, and FRIi?A YS at 6:30 A. M.: ami re
turning will arrive here I I'KSDAY'S, J'lJCilS
L)A YsTandSATl'RDA YS at 1 P. M.
Pa-M'/igers make -are connections with Ray Line
at Norfolk for Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
Y'ork.
Fare to Norfolk 2 no
Fare t<> Norfolk and return 4 yo
Fare to Baltimore. 0 oi)
Fare to Philadelphia y 5e
Fare to New York !2 50
Tickets for sale on steamers and at Garl* r ,t Co.'s
Ticker Agency, and baggage cheeked through.
Freight received d.illv for Bu.ton, Norfolk, and
Fort.-moiith, and regular landings on .latin s river
from 7 A. "I. to o P. M.
Freight for way-landings must Is* prepaid.
L. B. TATU.M. Genera! Agent.
Dlllce: Company's wharf, ftneketts: branch of
lire at W. D. Blair A Co.'s, corner of Ninth and
.Main streers. oc 2
17 0 R N ]?: W V O K K TliP^irfn
-A WY'AN'ttKE, Captain Coccn,
will sail on FRIDAY", Octol). r 3d, at 1 o'clock
P. M.
Positively ho freight received afCr 12 .M.
Through* hills of lading signed, and goods for
warded with dispatch to alt points uortli, south,
ea-t. and wes'. Close connections made with < unard
Line for foreign ports. Passenger accommodations
uti-urpassc'd. Fare, *12; steerage, $ti; round-trip
tickets. *:o. For freight or passage, apply to
GEORGE W. ALLEN & CO.. Agents,
oc 1 -.ft < Company's Wliarf. Roekctts
SPECIAL NOTICE.?On nntl
O after WEDNESDAY'. October 1st,
1873, the steamer JOHN SY'LVKSTEK. Captain
JojlX A. Post, will resume her trips (taking the
place of the steamer Eliza ILancox), leaving Rich
mond at 6:30 o'clock A. M.
se 29 L. B. TATUM, General Agent.
pOK BALTIMORE.
OWIIATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S TRI
WEEKLY LINE.
Steamers leave their wharves at Rocketts every
'and TH L'KSDaY mornings at 4 o'clock,
TUESDAY
and SATURDAY" at 12 o'clock M
Freight received nn to d o'clock P. M.. and Satur
days up to lij o'clock A. M.
For freight applv to
sc23-lm W. P. BRF.TT. Agent.
'OR NEW YORK.?OLI> I)0
M1N ION STE A MSHIP CO M P ANY.
The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINION,
WYANOKE, ISAAC BE1.L. SARATOGA, NI
AGARA, ALBEMARLE, and IIATTEK.AS leave
New Y'ork for Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond
every* TUESDAY, THURSDAY', and SATURDAY
at J o'clock P. M.
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY", FRIDAY",
and SUNDAY' at high tide.
These ships are entirely new. They have edegnnt
saloons, state-room.-vand bath-rooms.
The fare, accommodations, and attention are un
surpassed.
Freights for points bovond New Y'ork forwarded
with dispatch, and no charge made except uctual
expenses incurred.
Close connections made with steamers for all
southern and European ports.
Freight received until ti P. M. daily.
For further information. applv t?
GEORGE W. ALLEN' Jfc CO., Agents,
office Company's wharf, Rocketts.
Captain Gkop.ce W. Allen.
J till n F. May Kit. an*
Philadelphia, rich
MOM), AND NORFOLK STEAM
SHIP LINK.?FOR PHILADELPHIA TWICE A
WEEK.?Until further notice the steamers of this
line will leave Philadelphia every TUKSOAY ami
SATURDAY. and Richmond every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY'at 12 o'clock M.
Freight taken for all parts of New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, for Boston, Providence, and New Orleans.
Also, for Antwerp aud Liverpool via Red Star and
American steamship lines, and bills of lading signed
through.
Passage fo Philadelphia, including meals and
stateroom, $8. W. P. POR TER, Agent,
No. 242.) Dock street, Richmond.
WILLIAil P. CLYDE A CO., Agents,
No. 12 South Wuarves,
an 26 No. 14 North Wharves, Philadelphia.
1NMAN !*~S K OF MAIL
JL STEAMERS.
FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN.
SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURS
DAY AND SATURDAY'.
RATES OF PAbSAGE?Payable IS Gold:
First Catun JwS aud tlOO
To London 9? and le?
To Paris loo and lis
To Hamburg, Antwerp, etc- 95 and lio
Payable in Ccukency? Outward Prepaid:
Steerage?Liverpool, )
London, > $30 and $31
Queenstown, etc., J
Hamburg, Havre, J ,5 anil 34
Antwerp, Rotterdam,)
For fttrther lnlormatlou, apply at the Company's
offices Lu Richmond.
GEORGE W. AI.LKN A CO.,
ap 13 Old Dominion Steamship Company.
ATIOSAL LINE
STEAMERS.
WEEKLY' TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER
POOL, FORTNIGHTLY TO LONDON
CD1KECT), FROM PIERS 44
AND 47 NORTH RIVER,
NEW YOliK.
These steamships are the largest in the trade.
Cabin passage.$50,$9t.and >100; excursion, $160
and &H9 (currency); steerage, $29, Prepaid steer
age tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, London
derry, Glasgow, Cardlli', Bristol, or Loudon, cheaper
Uiau by any otlier route. For further Information
apply to F. W. J. HURST,
09 Broadway. New York; or
GEORGE W. ALLEN A CO., Agents,
ap 26 Richmond, Va.
j^NCHDK LLNB STEAMERS.,
BAILING FROM NEW Y'ORK
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY'.
RATES:
CABIN PASSAGE? PAYABLE IN GOLD.
To Liverpool, Glasgow, Londonderry! or
Sieenstown $75 and $<5
.ondon 50 and 70
To Paris ?9 so
To Havre, Hamburg, Antwerp W and 50 j
To Bremen, Gothenburg, Chrlstlanla,
4C 95 and 89
N. B.?Cabin rates for Wednesday's staamers pay
able lit curreucv.
BTKKttAUE?PAYABLE IN CUBRENCY.
Glasgow, Liverpool, Queenstown, ct
Londonderry, to...., $30 from $33
Hamburg, Havre, Antwerp, to 35 from 36
Bremen, Gothenburg, Ac., to 36 from 40
Passestfers booked to and from sail way b tattoos
or seaports in England, Ireland, Scotland. Norway,
Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Franco, Holland, Bel
glum, and the United States.
Passengers booked dibjcct from Palermo, Genoa,
and Trieste to New York.
For further Information applyio
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
T Bowling Green, N. Y., or
GEORGE W. ALLEN A <X>., Agents,
Old Dominion Steamship Company, Bockett*.
Richmond, Va., September 25. 1873.
TO TIIOMAS R. SHEPPARD, late Con
stable of Brookland township, Henrico coun
a, Va., and HILL KING, executor of Carver
tig, deceased:
Take uotice that on the tlrst day of the next No
vember term of the County Court of Hearloo coun
ty, Va.. I shall move against Thomas R. Sbeppard.
Constable, as aforesaid, and Hill King, executor of
Carver King, deceased, who In his lifetime wu
surety on the official bond of Thomas K. Sheppard,
Constable, as aforesaid, for the sum of ($34) thirty
Tour dollars with interest trtfm the ? day of Sep
tember, 1805, that being the amount due on a boud
placed In tno bands of the said constable and of
which no acepuntlks been rendered. . . ;
? bauAh j,. KaUNdEI.E,
se 2?-F4w by Wttt Jt firans, Attorney*
_ ed rrApo:? a
MRS. M. C. BEN NET wllf rcfipen he
SCHOOL for YOUNG LADlPSand GIRLS
on MONDAY, October 6th. at the residence of Mr.
William H. Power!!. No. 208 Mala street.
Terms, payable iialf la advance:
Higher English f/50 00
Primary 40 00
French or Latin 16 00
German ami Italian at Professor's charges. Fuel
extra. oc l-lw?
CCHOOL IN MANCHESTER, VA.
MISH KATE CLOPTON
will open her school for YOUNG LADIES AND
CHILDREN on OCTOBER 1st, at h*rmolber\j
residence on Clopton Hill. Terms made known on
application. se 30-2w*
?jyjISS MEADE
WILL REOPEN HER SCHOOL
ON THE 1ST OF-OCTOBER, at No. 606 Sixth
street. ?e 29-1 w*
jyj S. TURNER,
(Organist Second Baptist church.)
TEACHER OF PIANO AND ORGAN,
NO. 403 EAST GltACS IjTHiET.
fsc 29.et?J
MRS. RALEIGH COLSTON WILL RE
sutuo her Infant school in the olhcc attached
to the residence of Mr. Nowlan, corner of Eighth
and Grace streets, on MONDAY, October 8?h.
Rf.kkkkncks : Rev. I)r. Petcrkln, Messrs.
Adolnh Blair, \V. Tanccr, C. Sklnker, Robert How
ard, I)|n. Crenshaw and Magnlre. se 25-lot*
QLD DOMINION BUSINESS COLLEGE,
NO. 1217 MAIN STREET,
will REOPEN OCTOBER 1ST. Sjieclal attention
given to Book-Keepiug In all itsbrauchwi. Permlail*
ship. Commercial Arithmetic, Commercial Law,
Business Customs, Forma, Ac.
For particulars address
1 GEORGE M. MCC*.,
je ??-d4m&w<rm* Pn^jiiont.
Mrs. dii. munford will resume
the duties of her school on 1ST OCTOBER,
at her resldenc", 111 First street. u.? l.V3w
MISS V. A. LAWS will resume her MUSIC
LESSONS Oetolier 1, 1873. Those who wish
to renew their engagements are requested to give
early notice. Apply at 409 Clay street.
Lessons given thw mouth to those who desire to
take them. sej-eodlm*
gOC'Iv IIILL COLLEGE,
ELI.ICOTT CITY, Ml).
This institution, under tint care aud management
of the i 'hri-tian Brothers. Is located in one <>f i(?.
most pietur. ~|ii>- portions of the State, ami :itr..r>b
rare opjiortunith-s to the student d?--lr >u.s of tilting
hitnselt for engineering, mercantile, or literary
pu r.-uiD.
For further particulars si e catalogue.
TERMS:
Board, Tuition. &c *260 o9
Kntranee Fee pj >?
Graduating Fee 5 0)
Physician's Fee a 0')
Books ami Stationery at current pi i< >?-.
so 2-3111 BRO. IJKTTLI.IN. President.
, \Y. CONE'S ENGLISH A.\l> < I,.\sl
Fj? sICAL SCHOOL. on I llt ucit Illhl.. IN
l.'KAl! 'IF MORRISON A FAi'.RVR'- DKI G
I s'l'URF?This SCHOOL wlil hereafter he con
ducted t?y .Mr ROBERT A. FOLKfc'S, who respect
I'uUv refers |?atrons of the vicinity to circulars eon
raining testimonials, references, Ac., at Ramlolph
A I- iigll-hV Ijookstore, and at the several store:, oil
Church Hill. setF'-'.'v.
DATAl'.SCO FEMALE INSTITUTE,
X NEAR BALTIMORE. ML).
This Institute has hoeii in operation for thlrty-six
years, aiul enjoys a national reputation. With the
number of pupiU limited to ninety, it has p-prcsen
tatives from two-third.- of the States, its location
is pre-eminently healthful. Is central, and easily
reached by railroad from Baltimore and Washing
ton city. For circulars, address
AlKS.lt. II. ARCilF.R,
an C-eodCm* F.llicott t Ity 1*. O- Md
jgPISCOPAL IIIGII SCHOOL
OF VIRGINIA,
XEAlt ALKX ANDUI A.
Hie thirtieth annual 6cssion opens SKPTF.MUEK
21. 1*73. Assistants and terms as before. Catalogue
with particulars sent on application to
L. M. BLACKFORD, M. A., Principal,
,1y li>-dood,fcw3m Alexandria. V?.
jyiTEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA,
RICHMOND.
SESSION 1S73 AND 1^74.
This institution begins Its regular winter COURSE
OF LECTUkES on MONDAY, October tlfli: to
terminate March 1st. The method of Instruction
comhines teaching by lectures, with a regular
system of recitations and examinations; while
every opportunity for clinical observations which
the city can atVord Is at the disposal of the Face It v.
The SCHOOL OF MATERIA MEDICA AND
PHARMACY attached to the College willal-o then
Is* opened, giving to apothecaries and druggists
the opportunity of acquiring a knowlcdgeof their
profession at a moderate cost.
Fees for the whole course, including matri
culation fee "f 125
Graduation fee 30
Course of Pharmacy 33
Good botrd can he obtained from *15 to 420 a
month; auot for further information apply to
J. B. McCAW. M. D..
Deau of the Faculty,
se 10-doodAwtOI 600 Grace street. Kichuioud.
McGUlltK'S SCHOOL, FRAN KLTn
?AND AM M.s STKKKTS.
NINTH SI" SSI ON OPENS rsFPi EMBER 29TH.
J. P. McGflHE. Jit.. (University < t Virginia}
Prlneljial. Mathematics and English.
W. L. WnirAKEi: (Universities of Virginia and
Berlin). Aii' icut Languages, Ac. Recommended
by the University as a mail of flue cajaclty and
especial skill in the subjects committed to ills
charge.
C. R. Whipple (Washington and Lee University),
Modeln Languages, Ac. Kccomim -tide I for un
u.iiial acquaintance with the English, French,
and German languages.
A FOURTH TEA( llElt engaged, to be employed If
needed. The scholarship and ample experience of
the present corps of teachers give the principal th'
highest confluence for the work of the coming ses
sion.
The school-house will be made to meet any de
mands In size, light, warmth, and ventilation.
Charges: From 4<5> to <>70; Liuguiges (except
English), 413 each. Circulars In bookstores. '
se 25-3 w
MRS. E. T. ROBINSON will resume her
duties as
TEACHER OF VUCAL MUSIC
on the 1st of (X'tober. She will also teach In cla-4
for beginners. Residence, No. 600 Alain street,
se 21-2w*
M
IIS. E. J. PLEASANTS
REOPENED HER SCHOOL,
corner Brood and Twenty-sixth street-,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. H7J.
se 15-Itn?
ICHMOND COLLEGIATE INSTI
v TUTE, FOR YOUNG LADIES,303 Twki.fth
ni'HKET.?The eighth uuiiual session will beglu on
WEDNESDAY, September 24th. Parents are re
quested to enter their children promptly at the be
ginning of the session.
Terms for half-session, payable in advance: Eng
lish Preparatory. $20: English Collegiate, 422.W to
427.50; Fuel. 4lA?; Music, French, German, Latin,
and Drawing, extra.
E. e: PARliAM. A. M.,
se 20-12t Principal.
q^HE EXERCISES OF MISS TAZK
X WELL'S SCHOOL will resumed on the
FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER at her residence.
No. 711 Grace street.
Terms per t*i?lou, nine months;
Senior class 4W
Intermediate class i)
Primary class 33
French, tiiue mouth- id
Se 8?lm
TTXlVERSlTY SCHOOL,
U NO. 101) EIGHTH STREET.
The ninth session of this school will begin
TIIUKSDA V, September 25th.
James R. Tuokstox, A. B. I Assistant
Howard K. Baynk. A. M.,( instructor*.
terms fob half session?payable in advance:
Elementary KagUsb Wo
English and .Mathematics.. 3d
Each Language 7
Clergy men's sous, for all branches
SO EX Tit A CHARGES.
Boys of eleven years of age received, or If wall
advanced even younger.
Circulars at the bookstores.
THOMAS II. NORWOOD,
fie 4-1 m Principal.
goUTHERN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Nu 3 Grace street, Biciimosd, Va.
Mrs. MARIA L. CAR KINGTON, Principal.
Th? twenty-first sewlon of this institution will
commeuce on WEDNESDAY the 1st day of Octo
ber, 1473, and will end on the 30th of June, 1414.
The principal has beeu ino6t fortunate lu securing
the aid of Mr. Pike Powers, whose ability" ?"d ex
perience lu teaching are know* and appreciated
throughout the South.
Full particulars will be furnished by catalogues
on application to the principal, or to vVeut, Jonu
stou Jt Co.. Richmond, Va. se *-lm
A CADEMY OF THE VISITATION,
A MONTE MARIA.
Grace street wetween twenty-second and
TWKNTY-TIUBO SThSETS.
The exercises of the schotaauc yaar will be r?
?nmed on MONDAY. September 1st. **~*w
RS. U. A. WISE, Jr., will r^ume tfco
duties of her SCHOOL for boys (lYotu rtxe to
fourteen years of age) at her realtfcuce, Nss 70S
Grace atreet, OCl\>BER 1 s r. ,
a he s? rvices of a ?>>uipetent m*le liMkribftor ox
Latin h.",y?> h?en engaged m give le<*o?\s daiiy lu 'be
?cuuuk Appt) I?4 No. 7v0 uraee ?itvei.
s? sV*Wl

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