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(Evening State journal
Death of General Prim.
The cable brings us the announce- j
ment of tho death, from his wounds, of
the Spanish statesman and sollicr, Gen
eral Prim. On the evoning of the 28th I
nit., as he was leaving the Cortes, •
number of shots wero fired at his carriage I
by a band of assassins in the street.— I
Among tho royalists great indignation was
expressed at tho dastardly act ; but,
strange to say, no arrests were made, tho
people generally exhibiting nothing but
sullen indifference His assassination was
the result of a conspiracy to exterminate
the enemies of a republican 'orm of gov
For several days his wounds were not
regarded as dangerous ; and on the 29tb,
General Sickles, the American Minister,
called upon him to congratulate him on
his escape. On the 30th ult, tho Cortes
adopted a resolution expressive of horror
at the attempt to assassiuato General Prim,
and on the same day seven of the eight
balls imbedded in his person were ex
tracted, and he was pronounced comforta
ble. It is probable that his true condition
was not made public for prudential rea-
The history of Goneral Prim for the
last two years in connection with Spanish
affairs is well known. A great soldier,
General Trim was an uncompromising
royalist, and for two years past, has beeD
prominent in the Provisional Government
of Spain. At the time of his death ho
was President of the Council and Minister
of Foreign AIL irs and War. During the
late rebellion in this country ho visited
the Army of the Potomac, then under
tho command of General McClellau, and
was everywhere received with the dis
tinguished attention due his prominence
as a soldier of Spain.
A foreigu dispatch announces the arrival
of the Duke of Aosta, tho new King of
Spain, at Carthagena, on his way to Mad
lid, and states that he was received with
flattering demonstrations. The fact can
not bo concealed, however, that tho peo
ple are determined to have a Republic,
and will not brook a King. The assassi
nation of Prim proves to havo been part
of a regular plan to prevent the elevation
of Aosta to the throno, and to inaugurate
a Republic. However we may condotnu
the means, we must certainly sympathize
with the object. Meanwhile it would teem
as though Iho whole couutry wero in an
uproar and rifo lor rebellion. The soldiers
are mutinous, the populace sullen and in
different, and military movements going
on everywhere. Tho burning eloquence
of Caatellar has lit a dune in Spain which
threatens to destroy tlio last vestige of
monarchical rule.— Washington Chronicle.
■ c mw c
tteturned to Illm After Many Days.
The San Francisco Bulletin tells the fol
lowing story of early life in California:
"Splendid animals, those," remarked
one of our reporters, referring to a pair of
massive iron-gray horses, drawing a heavy
dray along Front street yesterday.
"Yes," rejoined a companion; "they
havo a majestic appearance, and are value,!
at a high figure. Isy tho way, observe the
driver closely, that tall, erect old man ;
thcro is an incident of his life worth hear
ing. He arrived here in 1849, flat broke,
without a relative or friend from whom to
obtain assistance. He fared indifferently
for a year or more, working whenever an
opportunity offered, only managing to
keep about even with tho world. In the
spring of 1860, ho succeeded in purchasing
a horse aud dray, 'on time,' and foudly
hoped that in a couple of years he could pay
for the team, and return to the East with
a moderate pilo of gold. His expectations
were not realized, and three years found
him still owing for his team and iv poor
health. While loading some heavy goods |
at the wharf, one day in April, 1853, a
young man, an entire stranger, by tho by, \
came to his assistance. When the loading
was completed the teamster and stranger
repaired to a refreshment saloon and
quenched their thirst; for it was the cus
tom then, as now, to drink between menls.
The twain subsequently conversed upon
various topics, and became better acqaaiu- I
ted with each other. The teamster liked -
the honest, cheerful countenance of the
stranger, and tho latter rather fancied the
hospitality of the drayman. The acquain
tance ripened into a friendship, though
neither knew the antecedents of tho other.
A few weeks elapsed when uews camo to
the Bay city of tho discovery of valuable pla- J
cer mines in a new and hitherto unexplored j
district. In tho height of tho excitement
which followed, the stranger evinced a
desire to seek his fortune iv the gold
fields; but an obstacle stared him in the j
face—he lacked the funds necessary to
procure an outfit. In truth his buckskin
wallet was nearly empty. The teamster
camo to his rescue, and almost robbed
himself to assist his now-found friend. |
The straDger departed for tho mines, was
lucky, and at the termination of five years
came to the metropolis with a fortune.
He hunted up hia old friend, the teamster, |
and proved that he was not ungrateful for I
past favors, by giving him the job of [
hauling a quantity of lumber to the lot at
the corner of —th and Folsom streets,
presenting him with the elegant mansion
constructed of tho lumber; also, the lot
and a comfortable bank account."
The San Domingo Re.olution iv tli.
The New York Tribune of Saturday ban
the following from its correspondent:
The President said to-day that he did
not think there was any % doubt that the
Ban Domingo resolutions of Senator Mor
ton would pass- the House. He has con
versed freely with many members of the
House, and is very confident ofthe result.
The friends of the propositlcD say tlu-y
can count a two-thirds majority in the
House who will vote for the resolutions as
they passed the Senate, and oppose any
change or -modification of them. It is
reported that General Banks, chairman of
theforeign affairscommittco, Gen. Garfield,
and other Republican leaders iv the
Houso, are in favor of amending the
resolutions, but it is not likely that au
opportunity will be given. Those having
charge of the matter will probably en
deavor to get tho resolutions before the
House, which can only be done by a two"-
P accomplished, a day
en for debate. The
y selected the coin
uos to make them
irted to-day that, in
le President would
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louse, and that they
o island on Monday
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powers of life, by laborious employment, unwhole
some air and food, profuse menstruation, the uso o
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teuer caused by direct irritation, applied to the mv
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he ball-room. Thus, with the body half-clothed,
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Alone in a mountain gorge
champs, many yeara affo, with no known protector, |
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Skins of rabbits and racoons
home, to act tho Good Samaritan, with thh unknown
vegetable powder, which she claimed possessed a
I wonderful power over all diseases incident to the
I female sex. Sho termed it "womb physic," with
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'■ she scarcely ever fiulrd to cure thoje old chronic ft- j
male complaints that had resisted all ordinary modes
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! while engaged iv the practice of medicine, by a little
strategy, succeeded in proem ing the secret of this
wonderful Vegetable Regulator, which had never
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__•,<._ t ._vtu- attention lo it«t virtues in
"GROSS 1 MEDICO CIIIRURGICAL REVIEW."
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Black Root to act upon the Liver and Bowels, and
Soluble Citrate of Iron to correct the blood, he baa I
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mot 0. Mo&QAN, Banker.
'HOMAB Riuniy, of the Firm of Thomas Hignoy A Co.
INJ. B. SHBItMAN, Treasurer ofthe New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
lIOHABD H. BoWNE, Wotmore A liowue, Lawyer*
. V. HADOuweut, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Co
outm H. Pratt, Merchant.
at. W. Wriuut, Merchant.
IAB. J. Btarb, Merchant.
ilmam Allen, Merchant.
10. W. Cutler, Bauker, Palmyra, N. Y.
oun H. Sh.ewood, Park Place.
_ ward H. Weioht, Newark, N. J.
<. W Farlbb, Oonnaollor.
„ L. (k»»wm_, M.rohant.
ISAAC HUTZLER A CO.,
__1 Agent for Virginia and D.atrict of Co
OFlicE SOU MAIN STREET.
D». J. O. Oabell. Medical Examiner iano-ti I
f"|LD DOMINION BUSINESS COLLEGE,
CM MAIN STREET,
Will commence October Ist, 1870. Tuition only 9*o
for unlimited instructions, including all tbe Depart
" Circular* en be obtained »t Hldgood'*
IN THE PRICE
AND DOUBLE-BREASTED SACKS
rtSTAiJUKHEI) AH A BJEVUei FILOU
THE O.NJ_Y PLACE WHKRS A CURE
CAN B£ OIiTAIN'KD.
DR. JOHNSTON has dia"o7er«d the moat certain
speedy, and only effectual remedy in tho world for I
Weakness of the Baok or Limbs, Strictures, A Sec- I
tlons ofthe Kidneys aid Madder. Involuntary din- I
charges, Impoteaey. General Debility, Nervousness, I
Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Bphita t oonfUßi':i of Ide-is, j
Ipita*;on ofthe Heart.Timidity, Tremblings, Dim- I
a of Sight or Giddiness, Diseases of fin
■oat, Ncbo or Skin, Aflectionn of the Limp,, St:m- I
or Bowels—those terrible disorders m rising f
Solitary Hablta of Ton I -tbosi aucrst and *ol|. I
f practices mure f;.t 1 to their flctinu than the 1
g of Syrens to the ttafluorsf UlrtMes, Mighring I
ir most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering I
rrlafcfis, Ac, tmpo
who hav_ become the Wctinm of Solitude I
Vice, that dreadful sad dsstrnctlve hrmt which anno- j
I) an untim'-ly grave thousands of tfonasj I
vitessJtsd tMsnt and brilliant Intellect, I
therwtle havo esitratiOsJ list'.iniug i"»en
e __nit_sri of eloquence, or wall j
tiring lyres, may oall with fall coafl
irsons, or Young Men m.nttmflatiM
Bg awars of phyiloal weakness,
ormlßteSi Ac, speedily cured.
[area himself ander the caie of Di* J.
sly COC-de on In* honor an a gom- j
!>■ rsjj upon his skill as a physi ■■■-■
SBrsd and full vigor restored,
ul iliseaso— wbj.ii readers life mbu ral Ii
i ixnpiossible—i_ Uus penalty paid . -
tnproper indulgences. Young para
comaiitt excesses from oot being -
ul oonssaasnoos tu_t may ensue. v ~J
i_ni>e_uJii tin* wpfmat win pretend u> I
power ot procreation is losteooa I
into improper habits than by it.. I
is being deprived of tUo pleasures el
ring, tho most serious aud destructive.
both body and mind arise. The ij
used, the physical and mental functions.
,n of procrcative power, Mrveus trrita
psia, palpitation of the heart, indigss
tional debility, a wasting of the frcuut
NO. 7 BOUJH _"fl_D__lC£ STR___,
le going from Baltimore.street, a iew
c corner. tail not to observe the name
,t be pafd and contain a stamp. Th* i
a man haDg ln hia office.
le Royal Collcgo of Burgeons, London
_ one of the mowt eminent In
fttee. and the greater part of whose li
nt in the hospitals of London, Paris,
and elsewhere, has effectod some ol t_<
internes that wore ever known; mauj
j ringing in the bond aud earn ... J
neiToiuuesc, being alarmed at sudden
ilneas, with frequent hi udhing, attended
th a derangement of the mind, wtr#
_.*! PARTICULAR NOTIC..
Ktaes all those who havo injured them
roper indulgences and sslitary habitv
Hh body ami mind, unfitting iheai fa
s, study, society or marriage.
c»me of the sad and moliu-oLuly :
■arly habits of youth,viz; Wea__ats
Limbu, Pain. In, the U_ad, Dlmnesl
f Muscular Power, Palpitation of th
,aia, Nervous Irritability, Dorangeui
ye Functions. General Debility, Symp
effects on the mind are much to I
s of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Do*
piritt, Evil Forebodings, Avnrjit'o t
intrust, Love ot fcolitudo, Timidity. *■•
ie evils produced,
ol persons of all ages can now Jttossj
iu_e of their declining health, tooelni
■ecomlng weak, pals, norvous and ems
a singular appearance about ihe eye
aptonu of consumption.
ured themselves by a certain practice
fUen alone—a habit frequently loarn-d
panions or at school, ihe effects of winch
it, even when asleep, and. if not cure
ago impossible, aud destroys both mli:
ould apply immediately.
lv that a young man, the hupe ot his
jride of hia parents, should be snatched
jccts and euJoymeutß of life by lueeoii
eviating from the path of nature and
a certain Mavat habit. Such persona
ioutid mind and body are the mo_t nec
iiT. to promote oonnubial happineHs; in
tho journey throueh life become*
image, the prospect hourly darkeue tc
mind becomes shadowed with dispair
tli the melancholy reflection that tha
mother becomes blightod with onr own
BKASK OP IaLPRCDRNGK.
misguided and imprudent votary ot
, he ha_ imbibed the heeda oi this pall ■
;oo often happens that an ill-timed sense
dread of tUscovan deters him from mm
»c, who, firom ■aktcatton a_d reapecti*
lone befriend him. lie _tlls into t
rant ana designing i-reten_ors, who, iL
■iug, fllch his pecuniary mbltance, I.
month after mouth, or v long as the
san bo obtained, ami with dispair le*ive
ued health to sigh over hia galling d:a
or, by the nee of that dead}; pottos
ton the routititutiouKl lymptoms of ttt»
ace, auch an Affection of the [load,
. Skin, etc., pr-jgißßrjiDg with irightt'ul
eath puts atM rIM lo his i!>. ■ ■![•;.' a .-.; ;. r
ag him to that und'eeorcT-.'] eattntrr
onras no travsllsT rati
ORHKMiCNT OP THK KBM.
thousands i u:ed at this lustiEuti
ist eighteen years, and the nmnsfoi
■fttionn perfori.iH.l by Dr. Johnston, wit
i reporters of the '■.Siiri" and Many other
•a of which appeared again aud Hgalc
ibllc, bbflides Uih %canding as a gent
wter and responaibiltty. Is a 3nfllcle
DISKAHB- SP££DILY OUUD>.
it:c.r sh'>lnd be parti on Kr In dffatt'ssj
w hia laetttnttixu ia the ollowl go.
M. JQKmWM M. D.,
Bai i»:-Ore Lock Bofpttol
DX KING'S VIA FUG A euros all Liver, Kidney and
Bladder Diseases, Organic Weakness, Female Affile*
Uona, General Debilitya nd complaints of the Uri
nary Organs, in male aud louialo.
$1,000 will also bo paid fur any case of Plind.
Bleeding or Itching I'ILKS that D__.in_'_ Pus Rue
■si fails to cure.
DbBINO'S MAGIC LINTMKNT cures Rheumatic
Paina, Sprains, Bruisos arid Swellod .Tointa, in aver
Bold overywhero. Send for pamphlet.
Laboratory—HS Franklin at., Baltimore, Md
tVatcurlor'S HAIR DYB.
This splendid Hair Dye is the best Iv the world,
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, in
stantaneous ;no disappointment; no ridiculous tints;
remedies the effects of bad dyes; invigorates _n_
: leavea the Hair soft and beautiful, "black or brown."
j Bold by all Druggists and Perfumere, and properly
| applied at Batchelor'a Wig Factory, No. 16, Bond
| atreet, New York. decH-ly
| IYE AGENTS WANTED FOR
VOUBI OF N WW YORK ;
Ob, SOCIAL LIPK IN TIIK GRKArCITY.
Wonderful development* arucng the aristocracy.
Married Women exposed, Ac, «tx. Fries $3 _5. The
___ HACH1NKH.Y, *«.
MACHINERY, RAILROAD, MANUFACTURERS'
TENTH BTMET, BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY.
STEAM ENGINES of Improved couatrnctioc, for
.11 pnrpoaeß, of Richmond or Northern build.
Railroad, Machine, Car and Carponter Shop,, Plan
ing Milla, Sash, film 1, Poor. Gabinetware, Chair, 1: I
j at_d, Wooden waro, Agricultural, Machine, Handle,
Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton Bnd Woolen
I F.ctorie*, Cotton Gina, Farmer*, Foundries. Rolling
Milla, Tobacco Factoriee, Tanneriea, Sow, Flouring,
Corn and Paper Milla, Mines, Ac, Ac; Forged and
Improved Shafting, Pulleya and Hanger*, Belting,
Lace Leather, Sawe, File*, Wrenches, Twlat Drilla,
Scan. Gauges, Saw Qninmrra, Steam and Water Pipo
and Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool
Handle*, Turbine Water-Wheel*, Ac. Ac.
SECOND nAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOII.KKS bought, told and exchanged. A quantity
of the aame on hand to be aold lo v, such aa Login; s,
Boilers, Mill Stone* und Gearing), Wood Working,
Plana and Estimates of Machinery for Mills aud
Manufactories of all kinda. de I—tl
WM. 11. COOK. JOHN VILIS.
0. 8 Eighth Stbeet, between Main And
Franklin, Richmohii, Va,
WM. B. COUK dfc CO,
With Improved facilities aud with a determination
lo please In pricea ami Btylo of work, we reapectfully
ask from the people of Richmond, Virginia, and tho
South generally, a fair share of patronage.
erandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Yanltand Cellar
>oorß, Gratings, Window Guar, I *, Awning Frames,
orlnthian Columns and Capitola, Ornamental Win
dow Caps, Ornamental Brackets for Balconies, Shelv
ing, Ac, Ventilators for Brick and Wood Cornice,
Gas and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rod* for
Ua* and Walcr, Trap* ibr Culvert* and Hydrant*,
Coal Shoots, and nil kinds of IKON WORK for build
Wo also manufacture together with Ihe above
work PLOW CASTINGi, and would re»p<ctfully
solicit the pntronage of merchants and fai mora. All
work gua-antecd, and oaders Hilcd with dispatch,
no Id—3 to
■! l IM<' AL, CARD.
j_»2s ÜB ™ Ajau -
I will give the sum of TWENTY ATI DOLLARS,
iv GOLD, to any man, woman or child, that will
bring me any SORE, OLD ULCBR, any case of
PUR S, TETTER, RING-WOliM, CANCER,
SOYRRUUB, ROSE, FUNGUS-GROWTH WART, or
any old chronic can of SCROFULA, IJItV'KIPELAS,
SOUK or WE.IK BYES, or any BLADDER or KID
IKS diseases, that I
FAIL TO CURE WITHOUT PAIN,
or the use of a knife, at my ROOMS, No. 3 and 1
Jr_vu__>'_tL nui'El., with my
My ELECTRIC OIL nnd CARBOLIC CANCER
SALVE ia for sale by all druggists.
Buy none but HASKELL'S. ,-s_
ALUM AND DItY PLABTBB
arranted free from Dampness. Never Corrode th.
Iron. Th. beet Fire-Proof Safe Made.
MARVIN A CO.,
_ Y. BTOKES A CO., Ag_, N - ,k ° WY '
-I_l I, Cary Street,
ROU L A R
SAVE YOUR UOMBH'rKAii.
RELIEF FOR HKDTORS.
It in now nnderatood by a late decision of th.
uito.l States Conrt, that the TWO THOUSAND
HILLAR HOMESTEAD, provided lor in oil' new
Imstitution, aa well as the FIVE HUNDRED DOL
.ARB specified by tho Bankrupt Law, are exempt
r the debtor and the person who now fake* ad
vantage of tha benign provisions of the ilankrup
aw. Thia give* tho debtor TWENTYFIVE HUN
RED DOLLARS, EXEMPT BY LAW, and L-r th*
roper proceediuga in Bankruptcy he can be relieved
rom the burthens of anti-war debt*, and the debt,
ft by the casualties of tbo late war.
Persona wishing to take tha neceaßary alepa, to
vail themselves of these provisions of the law, can
■ proper infoiuiatlon by calling ou me 111 mv
t Hie vomer of Manic aud T.ntu
i Kbiliniond, Va.
irmed a biuiimas cniuoction with Hon. L.
DLER, and all loiters of enquiry, or ou
al business Of any kind, directed eTither to
CHANDLER A MORTON," will be prompt
y responded to.
All professional business will ho diligently attended
oby the Arm in any of tlio Courts of tho State or
Late Judge Richmond City Circuit Court.
Richmond, Va., April 13th, 1870.
*r_AJ. RO. Q. BANKS, of Goochland, wll.
epreaont va in Goochland and Kit, _«<na countu-
KM. SMITH A CO.,
■ UANCFACTURZKS Of
1532 Main Stekt, Richmond, Va.
SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES I
The very beat arrangement over inlroduued for
raising water from wells or listeria. Of the eeven
housaud alreudy sold, net one has ever failed to
ive perfect and entio -alisfactioD If, after a
nouih'a trial, the purchaser thii.ks he had rather
aye a pump, a aweep or old-lashioned windlass wo
II take back the WELL FIXTURE and refund the
money. It in adapted to wells of depth, and ia
Mid f-r TWENTY DOLLARS.aII complete and ready
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER.
The reculiarilios of this Machine | Ist. It Is small
occupies but little mole room Ihan a common
wash-tub. id. It U ea,.ily worked; a table vouian
may Bit down audwoik It; a little girl can aland
nd operate tho washer. 3d. It aecures all tho well
newn benefits of nsing suds boiling hot. The band
eed not touch the water, either iv washing or
wringing, with the (Juivcreal Clothe* Wringer at
tached; hence it cleanses ordinary lii.eu in a few
moments, at a single <p».ation, and tho woist parts
of collaraand wristbanus so eifectually, 'hat *•_«_
any, and never but little, rubbing is ueoeseary.
There ia no exaggeration in this statement, if the
machine ia used according to directiona.
Prices : Wringer, i» ; Washer, $15. Thus a com
plete Waaler and Wringer, each the best of ita class,
is obtained for $24. Every family in ihe land thould
CATALr-OCES FOR 1671.
As the limits of an advertisement will not allow
of descriptions or the various Agricultural Imple
ments a,el Machine* we manufacture, wo invite .11
farmers to ar.ud va their postofoYe address, bo that
we may aend them our new lllusuut_ Catalogue of
ninety pages, which is full of ioforuiatiou valuable
to every farmer, and is published for gratuitous cir
noi—d*»tf • Poatoffico Box 8 Rchmond, Va.
$6^ TRYs= 551ir
I 1.-MASKj OF THE
KIIiNKTS AND BIA'JIKR,
DYSPEPSIA AND RIIKUMATIBM,
«J-THE STRONGEST PREPARATION OF*E*
BVC H V
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUI LIC.
I. H. HERUEIIT A CO., Proprietor*,
37 Paik RvW, New York.
Sold by all no 29—Em
\\rillTH ABII lIKUSHIS, Paint iiruahei, C! itu
VI Bruahea, ll.'r, T-,.ih tml Nail Bruabea.
L WAuU'F.R, Dmuilt,
Coruer liiilli aud liroud siieeU.