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W-TdNKSDAT EVEN'G, FEB. 15, 1«" •
■FltllT UF tIuTmORNIMG I'KKS
Tho Enquirer sayß that while it will
all in its power to aid Norfolk and oth
Virginia cities, yet it will never conse
that one shall be favored to the det
ment of others. "We would not r
Norfolk of any o! her trado, but w
must bo allowed to demand for her sist
cities tho opportunities to compete wit i
her in an open and fair competitioi
That is exactly where we stand. W
desire to boo every town and city in Vi
ginia prosper and grow in wealth and
population ; and we believe that tho in
troduction of foreign capital, and a good
cliics of immigration will have thia
effect. We believe also that Rich
mond is tho heart of the State, and
that its healthful condition is necessary
to the health of the Stato. Furthermore,
we ought not to paralizo one side of the
body, that the other may be strengthened,
lop off tho right arm, that the left may
become more vigorous, or destroy the left
eye merely that it may add to tho power
of tho right. Why should everything be
dono for Norfolk, and nothing for poor,
neglected Richmond ? And not Richmond
only, but every town and village on eith
side of tho road, from tho North Carolii
line to tho Potomac; and not only ever
town, but every farm within forty mil
on eithor side of tho road.
The Enquirer goes on to show that No
fold will not be injured, but, on the con
trary, benefitted by the increase of railroai
facilities, which will augment trado an<
travel and lower rates. And it also join
us in asking if Iho country has no righ
which tho cities are bound to respec
Have the farmers along the lines of tl
roads, and the manufacturers and me
chants, not an equal claim to lcgislativ
consideration, with the people gatberc
together in our larger populations ? There
fore, it says, while
Thus disposed favorably to the prosperity of
our cities, wo are more disposed to build up
and foster tho country, and we can conceive of
no surer or speedier mode to give a new im
pulse to the country than by stimulating in
creased productions, reviving old and creating
new interests ; than by opening up new and
liberalizing the policy ef old avenues to traffic.
Just as General Mahone is doing on his great
line from Tennessee to the Atlantic ocean.
gve roads East and West, th rough
al portion of the Stato, and our
i that respect is quite complete,
3 with the Chesapeake and Ohio
and now let us have our system
_d South also made perfect by
•unning this road through Richmond, from
Boston to the gulf coast of Florida. The
I vol and commerce in this direction will
greater in a few years than it will he
ween the East and the Wost. On Ap
achio bay a second New Orleans will
I, where all tho trade of the gulf will be
carried on, and our flour for South America,
Mexico, Central America and the West
Indies, will be shipped from that port.
This prophecy willbe realized, whether
we have this road or not j and a road will
pass through Virginia to that embryo city
on the Gulf, whether we charter this on°
or not; but Richmond will lose all its
benefits, unless sho improves the present
opportunity. Why, wo cau and will make
a perfect Venus on tho Gulf, with an air
line to it from Richmond, which will corn
shall we let this golden opportunity escape
The Enquirer plainly shows how the
country, as well as tho cities, will be bene
fitted by this through lino between New
York and the Gulf. It goes on to say :
It is not denied that an all-railway from the
Roanoke to Washington will thus liberalize
the management of the existing roads from the
Roanoke to the Potomac, and give an impetus
to the country they traverse, converting them
from a cv.Be, which they havo been, to a
blessing, adding taxable values to the pro
perty in the counties through wbich they
uass, so desirable to the State at large in the
depleted condition of our treasury, affording
heavier receipts to tho several corporations in
which our cities and the State hold large in«
!d thus benefitting all within the
ing, the Enquirer makes kindly
to all the other interests, public
le, in the State, only asking the
it tho oapture of the coast trade
uth, or at least of North Caro
ot possibly injure tho Southside
t the Seaboard road, which makes
boat of Portsmouth, and a mere
v of Norfolk. Tho Enquirer
c, however, in the hands of our own
,power which will deprive tho cap
coast line of all capacity of damage,
aginary, tho friends of the present
l for extension, have again nnd again
o join hands wilh the A., M. and O.
rith Norfolk to give thorn all and ev
3tion, in manner and lorm as they
cate, and, ab initio, have sought in
lan way to assure the public of an
llingness to be placed under any
ich could be forged, to restrain all
use of the authority asked for.
in vain. This Pennsylvania road
Key is to identify its prosperity with
terity of the country it traverses ;
icy is commended to tho imitation ol
our own railroads as one which makes rail
roads a blessing, and not a curse, must bo
allowed no foothold in Virginia. Have we
not been realizing thu curse long enough? or
shall the people who have begun to enjoy the
benefits vouchsafed in tho A. M. & U. road,
alone bo the recipients of the blesting t
We see no good reason why these roads
Bhould endeavor to cross each others plans,
if they do cross each others tracks. They
aro not rivals—do not compete for the
same business—aud why, as the Enquirer
says, cannot thoy be frieuds ?
The Dispatch has something to say
about the new enf'ircuuieut bill uuw before
Congress, which it does not like, because
it will prevent frauds, violence and ballot
ment to our c: stituiioi be submitted,
changing the ilija foi holding the
State elections, so as to avoid the
operations of the law. But how about
the members of the General Asseto
bly ? They aro the electors of tho Uni
ted Statcß Senators, and ought, therefore,
to come under the same law with members
of Congress and electors for President and
Vice-President. The secessionists fight
to the last and die hard. Tln-y yield no
thing, dispute every inch of ground, aid
will fall in tho "last ditch"—at least that
seems to be tlie determination of the Z>t»
patch. It is the worst enemy to peace iv
the South. It either Bnarls or sneers at
every effort for the restoration of harmony.
What has so soured our sweet-tempered
neighbor on this one point?
It is as bitter in its denunciations of
President Grant as Ihe New York Sun, |
and, UiLieior , we kuo* tha Pfe_ida_t to
right when assailed by tbe ixiitiii.
both sides. In speaking of tho proposed |
amendment to tho enforcement act, the
The Virginia constilution fixes the time if
State anil therefore the Oeneral Assembly
* cannot iteelfmeke the change necee-ary for the
= protection of the people of Virginia from Fcde-
I. ral control. Dut the General Aw-mmy can
_ be_in the work. It can •nbmit the question to
the roters aa the constitution P*°" We "> *f a .
'" before the next Congressional and 1 realdenuai
(> elections that instrument can bo "° *"?,."'
to allow our own elections to be held at a timo
when those usurpers cannot supervise them.
it This is an important matter—aa important
i as any which could engage the attention oi me
Legislature—and we trust that it will »»' De
0 neglected. If we sit down in IdleneH ana
allow ourselves to be handcufled, we shall soo
' find ourselves at tbo mercy of the unprtnui|ifea
r party that has already well-nigh ruined toe
,! Tho country members of the Gcnornl Assem
bly need not suppose that they a™? 0 ' 0 ""."
c cerged in thia matter. Last year Kicnraonu
only, of all the places in Virginia, waa Desei
" by the minions of the Federal Government, aa
1 the law at that time waa limited » *Jft°P_M
tion to placea having more than 20,000 iniia-i«
tanta. Tho new bill extends the operation oi
1 the law to eTery county in the State, "n*
last year predicted would be the case, irittie
5 by little ia tho mode in which our liberties are
I The Dispatch will .Mist that the negroes
are dying off faster than the whitcß,and
cliDgs to tho hope of getting rid of their
' get rid of tho negro by gradual extinction
i of tbo race 1 What will wo want to get
1 course. Wo must have something to kick
and abuse and look down upon ; and when
we do something to revive business in the
I white man ?
The Whig says the idea of changing the
terminus of the Danville road from Rich
it is hard for Richmoud people to givo it
all sorts of peoplo in Richmond, and none |
havo shown such horror. Pray where is
the terminus of tbe Danville road now ?
Is it in Richmond, or Baltimoro, or Phil
adelphia ? It is very strange that the
press and people of Philadelphia take so
little interest in this great work which is
to build up that city ? Not a single indi
cation appears that they caro one farthing
whether the charter is granted or not. And
then, again, what interest has Philadelphia
in a road which passes directly through
the State of Pennsylvania, by way of Har
risonburg and Williamsport, leaving that
great city more than a hundred miles to
the right of its lino ? What mob-mis
leading demagoguism 1 If Philadelphia
will give us her capital, and Pennsylvania
her industrious rural population, to work
our lands and mines and establish man
ufactories, we care not how much she may
profit by our trado, or how many railroads
I her capitalists may build through Vir
ginia. We even like the monstrous thiog
denounced by tho Whig so well, and be
direct communication witb the Northern
ities and ports, that wo transfer its re
marks to our columns, so that the public
may sco to what straights the opposition
are reduced for want of argument:
The idea of changing the terminus of the
lanville road from Kichmond to Philadelphia
a ao monstroua that it ia hard for Kichmond
people to give it credit. And yet nothing is
more true than such a design ia seriously medi
ated, and ia now being actively urged by
officials of that company. Like Sterne sstar.
tg, they are crying "we can't get outl And
b are informed that some of them have been
n the Hall of Delegates entreating members to
vote for the bill of the Pennsylvania adven
urera, tbat the Danville road may get an out
et This showa the object, and it shows the
alleged complicity with the Bucktail invaders,
f these adventurers succeed in swamping the
Fredericksburg road they are to supply the
outlet—and mat outlet is Philadelphia.
Wonder what Whit Tunßtall, If he could rise
from hia grave, would think of thia montrosity I
The cherißhed labor of hia life, dedicated to
Virginia and t» Kichmond—thus clandestinely
perverted from ils true destination and foully
Koatituted to the vile usea of a distant and
rival community 1 The Danville road termi
natinyin Philadelphia I Enough to rouse him
from his tomb I
AVhero does the consolidated line.tcimi
nate, at Norfolk or in New York 1
Whero the Seaboard and Roanoke ? At
Portsmouth or in Baltimore 1 Where tho
Petersburg and Daovillo lines? At Rich
mond or Baltimore? Whenever we be
come a great manufacturing city, and can
offer inducements and attractions sufficient
to stop trade and travel in this city, all
our roads will terminate hero—and depart
hence. Thoy will fetch and carry for us
and Dot for otbers; but until then, we
must be content with the crumbs—tho
leakage—from the cars.
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ALONE IN A MOUNTAIN GORttE.
C_!»Ua_. ENSCONCED AMID TOX__f_B.|_!
k_l one ofthe Middle State, llv-4
champs, many year, ago, with no kno-wn
», a[faithful dog that ever stood beside hei to de
fend In time of need. Her small, moss-covered
rail.ln, wrapped with the wild rose and h..noy-no*le,
appeared bid away by a cluster of undergrowth,
and cloaely environed on the north and oast by a
deep, croggy ravine tliat led away back to tho moun
Here, sniffling tho ambient air, wafted from na
ture's green award clinging to tlie ™nntaln ho>
bathlog her brow in early morn's gentle dowdi.£,
alio lived solitary and alone for many long years
The catamount's unearthly midnight yell, andl th.
wolfs doleful howl, frequently arouaod her from
pleasant midnight Blumberi.
Now and then aha would emerge from her_ nu
known home and mingle with the ii.liu-.turit b
around about for one or two months at a time. »ne
was eccentric ln her acts, and all viewed hor aa a
While from homo, she apparently had Wmj.
loci, and that was the relief of he- afflicted sex.
Under a belt on ber left side, could be seen an old
fashioned dirk of conaWorablo size, carried tor nej
own protection, while atrapped across ber shoulder
waa suspended a curious Back made from the
BRINS OP RABBITS AND RACCOONS
arranged in alternate stripes. This bag contained
some old parchment, curious relics, a low light gar
ments, and a smaller sack containing a oo__ai -ow-
OIR, mado from cortain roots known only to herscir,
the socret of which she clung to as with the tenacity
of death. She sallied forth from hor wild mountain
home, to act tbe Good Samaritan, with this unknown
vegetable powder, which she claimed posaeased a
wonderful power ovor all diseases iucideut to the
leinale aex. She termed It "womb physic, with
which Bho proposed to cure all afllictlona and de
rangements of that organ, and kindred complaints,
rail or cuaros. With such s ngular magic did sue
relievo all who applied, that within a few years her
name and fame became known far and wide, and hun
dreds of suffering females applied for relict and re
turned to thoir homes healthy and happy. Many
wero anxious to know her grrat secret, and large
sums ef money were offered if she would divulge It ;
but ahe stubbornly refused.
During her solitary life, she becamo intimate with
only one woman, n noted midwiro some miles distant,
te whom she promised to
beforo dying. In a few years, as the uuinbre shinies
of night began to closo around ber tottering frame,
sho imparted this great aecret to this fi-iond.
She too gained quite a reputation Tor relieving the
suffering of ber sex, and strauge aa it may appoar,
ahe scarcely ever failed to cure thoae old chronic fe
male complaints that had resisted all ordinary modes
of treatment. Many years ago, tho writer of this,
while engagod iv the practice of medicine, by a little
strategy, succeeded in procuiing the aecret of thia
wonderful Vegetable Regulator, which bad never
beou known to the Medical Profeaaion.
He gave it a fair and impartial trial in the treat
ment of various forms and stages of fomale com
plaints with Buch decided satisfaction, that in 1860 be
called public attention to its virtuea in
"GROSS' MEDICO CHIRURGICAL REVIEW."
Combined with other known vegetable Tonica,
baviug great power ovor the uterine organs; with
black Root to act upon the Liver and Bowels, and
Soluble Citrate of Iron to correct the blood, be ba*
formed a wonderful coml.inati.m for the cure of all
Female Complaiuta, considering it tho only Female
Regulator known, and now oilers thia valuable com
pound to the afflicted fomale, under the name of
ENGLISH FEMALE BUTER?.
The Medical Profeaaion at large, have loug felt the
need of just such a medicine, .OBMqne-tly it ia not
strange that tbey so eagerly prescribe and recom
mend these Bitters to their IVmale uatlents.
If you could Bee tbe pile of smiling approvals and
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by tbe nse of these Bitters, no sickly female would
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Chlorosis or Qieon Sickuosa, Fluor Albua or Whites,
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loins, sick Headache, palpitation or fluttering of the
Heart, hurried Breathing, swimming of the Head,
cold Feet aud Hands, loss of Appetito, Indigestion,
torpid Liver, Molancholly, Nervousness, Wakeful
ness, Barronness, physical Prostration, etc., etc
Many of these are relieved by the use cf only one
THE LIVER AND STOMACH
Are thoroughly aroused aud restored toa healthy ac
tion, by the uae ot these Bitters. Its peculiaa Iroi
and Vegetable combination, places it far aboad o
auy similar preparation before the public.
Females, after confinement and convaleacentß from
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and strengthened by their use. As a Family Tonic
for men, women and children, it has no equal. One
tablespoonful contains more medical properties, than
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Wben the manufacturers of tho common beverages
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It has no equal on thia continent, acting powerfully
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through the air ot oriental climes. The medicine ia
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$3 00, and can be had of all Druggists aud Merchants
throughout the country.
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j LUCIUS MoADAM, Seo'y and Actuary;
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Pl-OKKSSIOt*, AI. CARl»».^^__^
rp H. BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Eracticos in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and
neon, and the United States Courts at Richmond.
Offlcoat Milford Depot, Caroline couuty, Virginia.
I will attend to cases before the Court ot Claims
aud the Departments at Washington.
My lather, 11. B. Brooke, Bb .., will attend to all
business entrusted to me in the counties of King
and Queen, Caroline and Essex. Address Central
Point, Br Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia.
ja _ —1£ _____
DANIEL CABELL A DANIEL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. UO6 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
WM. DANIEL, JR., HENRY COULTER CAB-LL
and JOHN W. DANIEL have associated themselves
for the PRACTICE OF LAW in the Bnpremo Court
ot Appeals, the Circuit and District Courta ol the
United States, and all the Courts in and lor the city
WM. DANIEL, Jr., will honceforth reside in Rich
j "'mebbrs. W. and J. W. DANIEL will continue to
attend the Couits in which they now practice.
L_AM'L M. PAGE AND PHILIP WOOD have
l_» formed a co-partnership for the PRACTICE OH
LAW in all the courts of the city of Richmond and
counties of Henrioo, Chesterfield, Powhatau ami
Will attend other oountios in special cases.
Address PAGE A WOOD,
I o«-4 —tf No. 30 Govoruor street, Richmond, Va
l. n. CDAND-is. J- J. -. bhikldb. «; Alfred Morton
i 1 HANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS,
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| AMBI.BR SMITH,
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OA* HE OBTAI
DR. JOHNSTON ha« dln-overcd the most Ml Mil
-peedy, ami only effectual ramady in tli-* «or■■» for
Wpftfcni'M ofthe Back or Umbf, ttfietttrti, Aftoe
tioni ofthe Kidneys acd Mli-ddt -, luv-uuutary di§
oliargea, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness,
Dyi-pepsla, Languor, Low 6ptriti-ootiftM-on of Id-an,
Palpitation of tho Uaart, Timidity, Tratabtingf, "mi
nes- of Sight or Giddiness, _>.-'.mc« of the Head,
Throat, Nobo or Skin, Aflectton* of the I.ui.gfl, Btotn
a-ii or JSowala—tho_a terrible disorders arrising froui
the Solitary Habits of Yoticli—Unwo HWtt and soli
tary practices more htnfl to their viotims than the
aongof Syron. to the Mariner of Uly-nes, blighting
their most brilliant hopes or HnMrlpat!oti_,r«-n»_orlDp
marriuges, Ac, Impossible.
■specially, who have become the victims of Solitude
Vice, that dreadful and destiuetive hrbit which annu
ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Men ofthe most exalted talent and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise havo outrancel listening Sen
ates with tho thunders of eloqueuce, or waked to
ecstacy the living lyree, may call with full confi
Marriod Persons, or Yonng Men cootouiiilating
marriage, being aware of phy ideal weak-toss, oigauic
debilities, dotormities, Ac, apoodily cured.
He who places himsolf under the care of Di. J.
may religiously confide on his honor as a gencloraer.
ami confidently rely npon hfs skill as a physician.
mmediriu'ly cnred and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—-which renders life miserable
and marriage impossible—-Jh the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgeucies. Young persons
are too apt tocommitt excesses from uot being aw&rt
of the dreadful consoquences that may mno. Now,
who that understands the subject will pretend to
deny that the power oi procreation is lost sooner by
those tailing into improper habits than by tho prn.
deutf Besidos being deprived of the ploniures ivl
healthy oflV»pr.ng- tho most serious and destructive
symptoms to both body and mind arise. Tlie system
becomes deranged, thephysical and mental raaottotit
woakened, loss of procrcativo power, nervous irrita
bility, dyßpepsla, palpitation of the heart, indig_a
tion, constitutional dbbility, a wasting of the frame
coughs, consumption, Ac.
Omci No. 7 South F_ti.nbrick Strum,
Left band side going from Baltimore street, a lew
doors from the corner. Fail uot to observe the name
Letters must bo paid and contain a f>tan-p. Ths
Doctor's Diplomas hang in his office.
Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, I-ond.x
graduate trom one of tho moist eminent Colleges in
the United States, and the greater part of whose life
has boeu spent in the honpitals of Loudou, Paris,
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the
most astonishing cures that wero ever known; many
troubled with ringing in the head and ears wheD
asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blushing,attended
sometimes with a derangement of the mind, were
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses ail those who have injured them
selves by improper indulgences and sslitary habit*
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting theui tot
either business, study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy oflocU
produced by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness ot
tho Back aud Limbs, Pains InJ the Head, Dimness of
Bight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement
ofthe Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symp
toms of Consumption.
The fearful effects on the mind are much to b
dreaded- Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Do
pre.sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac,
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands ol persons of all ages can now jmig.
what is tho cause of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and ema
ciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes
cough and symptoms of consumption..
who have injured themselves by a certain practle-.
Indulged iv when aloue—a habit frequently I'l-irui-il
from evil companions or at school, the effects of which
are nightly felt, evou when asleep, and. if not curod,
renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mir.tr
and body—should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young mau, the hopo ol his ,
country, the pride of his parents, should be suatc bed
from all prospects and enjoyments of life by f.he .•(.<_.•
sequence of deviating from the path of nature and
Indulging in a oertain secret habit. Buch persons,
hcst, before contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are the mout nec
essary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in
deed, without laose, the journey throueh life becomes
a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to
the view, the mind becomes nhadoWed with
and tilled with the melancholy reflection that the
happiness o( another becomes blighted wilh cur own
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
ploasure finds he has imbibed the seeds ot this pain
ful disease, it-too often happens that an ill-timed sense
of shame or dread ot discover.,-dctum him frou. ap
plying to those, who, from education and respecta
bility, can alone befriend him. He falls into the
hands of ignorant and designing pretender*, who, ir.
c-tpablu of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, kee]
him trifling mouth after mouth, or as long as the
smallest fee can be obtained, and with dispair h.a-ve
him with ruined health to si';h over his galling dis
appointment; or, by the use of .hat deadly poison
Mercury, hasten the constitutional Rytoatomi ol the
terrible disease, such &f Affection of thf» Bead.
Throat, Nose, _tkin, otc, prugreaslßg with frightful
rapidity till death puts ft parted to ni-, tr*adfti I suffer*
lug by sending him to iliat onditcovarad ■■--■tint. >
ffeO-B whoee bourne no travaller ratartw,
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The many thousands cured at this instHiiLloL
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beforo the public, besides his standing as a gentle
man of character and responsibility, is a sufficient
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KOSKOO CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST
From A. W. Mills, a prominent and well-known mer
chant of Norfolk, Va.
No. 11 Main Streot, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 16,1869.
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sin Your Koskac
has worked wonders in my family. My daughter ha*
a anfforer from Scrofula .ince childhood. 8h«
lost thirty-one pieces of bone from her ankle, several
from her arm, besides having ulcers In several parte
of tho body. Whilst in this condition she commune.d
taking your Koskoo—it acted like a charm on hot;
•mder ita use the nlcors gradually hoaled,and her
general health groatly improved. It certainly say.d
her much suffering, and perhaps her life. I regard
Ko-tkoo a specific for all scrofulous affections. Yom
Koskoo also cured my wife of dybpepsia, from which
-die snfferod groatly. She is now iv better health
than she hf.fi boon in five years.
With the highest regard,
1 am gratefully yutira, Ac,
A. W. MILLS,
Koskoo ii. endorsed by the host physicians every
where. Road the following from Dr. Tillcry,a suc
cessful practitioner of ma._v years standing in the
Old North Stato:
Rocky Mount, Edgecorabo C 0.,)
September 10, 1569. J
DR. J. J. LAWRKNCE— Dear Sir: I have used
your Ooitrentratod Fluid Extract of Koskoo in mj
practice with the happiest results. I find it to t-e
a poworful Liver Invigorator, Blood Purifier, and
Nervous Tonic. In all nwinffi of tho Livor, Srcofu
lons, Syphilitic, and Nervous Affections, it is a remedy
of Immense value ; In fact, in almost every variety
of Chronic Diseaso is use its indicated. Hoping yon
may meet with the success which you deserve as a
manufacturer of reliable r_.e4icines, 1 am, sir. witt
Your obedient servant,
R. 0. TILLERY, M. D.
KOSKOO CURES CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
Norfolk, Va,, Sept. 7, 1869.
DR. J. J. LA WRKNCE—Dear Sir : My son has re
oelved so much benefit from your wonderful Koskoo
that I cannot refrain from expressing my gratitude.
I had tried almost without benefit- I b*
lleve, in all sincerity, that your Koskoo is an infalli
ble rtmody for tho disease from which ho haa suffered,
and, so far as I can learn, has uevor failed. If yoo
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j undergone, then you could conceive tbo value of shcL
aremody as KTtskoo—that «urely euros. Tho gre*l
amount of good it is now doing among ns In ineatl
With mnch gratitude,
1 am, respectfully yours, Ao.,
Mrs. MX. A. NELSON. I;
Read the following from Mr. Womble, a prominent
Hardware Merchant of thia city :
Na. 13, Market Sqnare, Norfolk, Va., 1
Octct-er 13,18t19. J
DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: To the large nnm
ber of testimonials which you offer to the groat effl-
I cacy of your Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding no
I own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility,
I Headache, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottleß of Kos
| koo restored me to health.
j. a. mm
From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddie
Street Methodist Church.
Portsmouth, Va., Octobor 25,1868.
Thia is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well.
He la a gentleman of cultivation, and worthy of tb«
I fullest confldouct:. I havo used his Koskoo with ad
vantage to myself, and havo adopted its use in my
family in cases of nervous debility and depressi'.'i
W. H. CHRISTIAN.
Trom Dr. Lloyd, a Physician of large practice.
Great Bridge, Va., October 8,1869.
J.J. LAWRENCE, M. D.—Dear Sir: I choerfullj
I ei.di.rhe your Koskoo aa being a moat valuable prepa
ration. Upon examination of the formula, 1 Ami
each ingredient highly extolled by our best and most
progressive clinical investigators. I have tested its
t-fivcts in nt; owu practice, and have uo hesitation in
recoinmeudiug it. In my opinion, it is tho best coin
pound of its class over put beforo the public—ex
j r-.tM.ing by fur all the various compounds of sarsapa
rill*. Ac, ever invented. It Is a decid. d Nurve Tonic
and Invigorator of tha animal forces, aiding dig**- 1
tion and assiinilatiou, and thereby producing healthy I
blood, winch should be the boats of treatment in all
\ chronic diseases. Hoping you will nmp the reward
I yoo d-xwrvf f>om the public us a be in* factor,
I moq «ir, yonrs truly,
CHARLIES LLOYD, M.».
After reading the above high recommendations, in
valids cannot reasonably Le.tl.tt_ to give the KOfr
» OO a trial.
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SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
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of the same on hand to he sold low, such as Engines,
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Plans and Estimatea of Machinery for Mills and
Manufactories of all kinds. de 1-tf
wm. n. ceo*. John mis.
No. S Eighth Street, between Main and
Fkankmn, Richmond, Va.
wm. B. COOK A CO.
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GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL, .INS
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Lato Judge Richmond City Circuit Court
Richmond, Va., April ltlth, 1870.
«*-MAJ. RO. G. BANKS, of Goo.lliand, wll
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lIAMIIaTOJI'S COMPOUNO TIIOCIIES
DISEASES OF THE
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DYSPEPSIA AND RHEUMATISM,
*J-TH_ STRONGEST PREPARATION OF-%T»
B II C 11 U
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' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
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SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES I
- The very best arrangement ever introduced for
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I thousand already sold, not one has ever failed t..
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will take back the WELL FIXTURE and refund Mm
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DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER.
y The Peculiarities of this Machino: Ist. It is small;
* it occupies but little more room than a common
!- wash tub. 2d. It is easily worked; a feeble voinuu
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1 need not touch the Water, either in washnn' or
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-1 lv. hed; he-co it cleanses ordinary liven in a tew
ie moments, at a single r juration, and th* wont parts
*- of collars aud wristl.an.ls so effectually, *hat r-el.leni
'•" any, and never but little, rubbing is necessary.
" There is no exaggeration ill this statement, il lb*
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Prices : Wringer, $>i; Washer, Ho. Thus a com
plete Was'.ier and Wringer, each the best of its class,
is obtained for «... Every family in tbe land should
CATALOGUES FOR 1871.
Ab the limits of an advertisement will not allow
n of descriptions of the various Agricultural lmple
-- ments and Machines we manufacture, we invite all
farmers to send us their postofllce address, bo that
v.v may send them our now illustrated Catalogue oi
ninety pages, whicu is lull of Information valuable
1., .-., r, tarmsr, and is published Tor gratuitous cir
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