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KVE'O MAUCH. 10, 1871.
THK AOttItiVI.TWRAI. WHABO—I
SCRIP.
Tlio donation of lam! scrip by Con
gmi to tlio States for Agricultural and
Mechanical OoUegtt, >>«« everywhere pro
voked a contest between the various edu
cational institutions for its control.
Everywhere the widest difference of opin
ion seems to exist as to the precise mode
of organizing such a school as is con
templated by the terms of the grant:
somo claiming that a simple polytechnic
school will meet the case ; others that a
model farm is needed.
Without, discussing details, wo are pre
pared emphatic-lily to state our conviction
that this fund should not be placed under
the control of any one of tho existing in
stitutions of learning. As a rule, then is
among theso institutions no clear percep
tion of the special work that needs to be
done, in the educational field, to fit men for
the business of farming. It has been gen
erally assumed that anybody would do for
a farmer. Farming, as an art, gleaning
tbe whole field of physical science for its
knowledge, has no general recognition.
So with mechanical industry. The trade 3
doomed to empiricism. Tho pro
fessors have kidnapped the sciences from
the mass of mankind by their exolusive
ness and technicalities. Labor grim, and
sooty, like Tubal Cain at his forgo, feels
tho wrong, and gropes like a blind giant
for relief. Sturdily, with rude words it
may lie, yet with an emphasis that will
make itself heard, it demands a share in
tbe common heritage of knowledge.
This great interest of Agriculture, which
gives so much and receives so little, which
has been put out of the pale of gentility
and turned over to mediocrity ; whoso
serene face has been cuffed for centuries
by professional conceit; this primitive
child of labor, whoso brawny shoulders
bear up the burden of civilization ; this,
too, is calling for its share in the world's
enlightenment.
We assort that its claim is just. That
evou farmers havo rights which the pro
fessors aro bound to respect, and we say
to them when they roach out to seiz) this
fund, "Hands off!"
Let us suppose a grant mado to establish
schools where doctors, lawyers, and divines
wore to be trained for their professions.
Suppose, farther, tbat the farmers and
mechanics of Virginia had established nu
merous schools of special discipline for
themselves. What would bo thought of a
proposition to tack a theological seminary
upon a model farm, or a law and medical
school upon a Mechanics' Instituto ? We
cannot deny that such an arrangement
would greatly improve the professions in
mental and physical vigor; but how would
this incongruous arrangement strike the
professions and the general public 7
Just imagine tho whole body of tho far
mers and mechanics, already in possession
of the best schools, rushing to seize and
divido between them the work of training
lawyers, doctors and clergymen !We
think there would be a discharge of pills
equal to Captain Bra'gg's grape, and a
cannonade of Biblical exegesis, Latin,
Greek and Hebrew, mingled with es
says on constitutional rights that would
drive hack the intruders to their farms, and
work shops discomfited, and lead them
precipitately to resign the education of
their voluble and unpromising pupils.
If it be claimed that there is in all edu
cation a common preliminary discipline,
we grant it. And for this, there are schools
established all over the land already, not
as numerous as they should be, to be sure,
but still so that any vigorous, aspiring
youth can get an education if he will
But the scope of this grant is clearly lim
ited to specialities of training. Whatever
of science relates to mechanical industry or
farming should be so taught that its appli
cations to the daily occupations of men,
shall be made clear. Those of us familiar
with the curriculum of studies in the
schools of Virginia, or even in the ordinary
colleges of the North, know how superficial
and general is the instruction thero given
in applied science ; aud this, not because
the professors are incompetent or unfaith
ful, but because they do not undertake to
teach specialities of science or art.
Now, what we want of this fund is to
found a school where tho object shall be,
not general discipline of mind, but thor
ough training for special pursuits. This
is our mite of the vast provision for edu
cation.
Justice and common sense alike suggest
that the farmers and mechanics should be
consulted upon this matter. Let a com
mission of this class be appointed, with
ample time to mature a plan, and either
put it in operation at once, or submit it to
the Legislature at a subsequent meeting,
_._-„.■.-. --— ■ K v.
Tlie Railroud War.
TESTIMONY OF FRANKLTN STEARNS.
The testimony of Mr. Steams be'ore tho
Houso committee of investigation, yester
day, states clearly tho motive which has
influenced himself and the gentlemen as
sociated in their liberal offer to the Legis
lature. The character of these gentlemen
aud their large interest in the prosperity
of Richmond and tho whole State, fur
nishes an unimpreachable guarantee for the
proper uso of any control which they seek
to obtain over the stock of tho Richmond
and Petersburg railroad.
TESTIMONY OF MB. FItANIU.IN STEARNS.
Franklin Steams sworn:
By Mr. Hill:
Q. —Did you hear the evidence of Mr. Elly
sonT
A.—Only a portion of It.
Q. —Are yuu cognizant 0 f anything about
the arrangement in question here; do you
know anything not stated by Ellyson? '
A.—A party of gentlemen, tearing that the J
interest of Kichmond was to be greatly dam- |
aged in case the Uichuiond and Petersburg ,
railroad was placed in tbe bands or under tbe
control of the Southed, consoUlation, we
agreed that we would buy thii stock if it conld
he fold and hoid it in trust for the people of
Kichmond, without, Bonptfttatloß Of profit to
ouraelTee.
Q. —During the discussion of the amendment
in tho House of Delegates, known as the Wood
amendment, were you at any time in conversa
tion with Mr. John Lyon or Mr. Hridgers?
A.—Yes, sir, with Mr. Lyon. I never saw
Mr. lirldgers till just this minute.
Q.—Were you aiding Mr. Lyon in securing
the defeat of tho amendment known as the
Wood amendment?
A,—l wasn't able to give Lim much ; I did
what I could. I spoke to some friends in tbo
Legislature, and urged them to vote against it.
That was about all.
WHAT MR. STKARNS THINKS 01 IT.
By Mr. Graham:
Q,—Mr. Steams, don't you think it would
be a serious injury to this city for this road to
fall into the hands of the Atlantic, Mississippi
and Ohio railroad?
A,—l do.
By Mr. Budd :
Q. —Ho you think it would be a strious in
jary for the road to fall into the hands of the
Wilmington and Woldon road ?
A.—l do not think that will bappon. There
would be no through connection, and we hoped
to control the roaa.
Q.~Did you think of making any combina
tion to purchase the State's interest in the
Kichmond and Petersburg railroad until after
the passage of Wood's amendment?
A.—l did not, for the reason that I did not
think the amendment would pass.
By Mr. Hill:
Q._As one of the parties offering to purchase
this interest of the State, is it not your under
standing that if the purchase is made upon the
part of yourself and associates, that it is really
in the interest of Wm. T. Walters ?
A.—No, sir, Ido not, I have not seen Wm.
T. Walters for several years.
MY ORJKCT IN JOINING THIS ASSOCIATION WAS
THAT WE MIOHT KEEI* OPEN FOB ALL TIME
to come the present happy connection between
Richmond and North Carolina.
Adjourned till this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
WOMAN AND HER CHARMS—Does your wife or
daughter ever call on you for money to buy a new
dross or bonnet? You supply their wants with
pleasure, of course*. But now thoy are si.kly—leo
ble and emaciated, and are always grunting aod com
plaining when you go home. Now gladden thoir
hearts by sending to tho drug storo and procuring a
bottle of English Female Bitters, which will soon
restore them to health.
STRENGTH, PURITY, ECONOMY.—These thre e
requisites are combined in Dooley'a well-known
YEisi Powder, As Mob ingredient entering into
its composition is free from auy deleterious or inju
rious substances, the Pusity and full strxnoth of
each articlo is guarauteed in tho manufacture ; and
as one pound of Dool.y's Ykast Powder will last a
third longer in culinary department, than the vast
majority of Baking Powders in market it proves
conclusively that it is tho most ocoi:cmical. Con
venieut to havo in the houso, aud universally pro
duces light and elegant food.;
For sale by all Grocers.
PURITY VERSUS POISON.—Thero is M much
difference between PHALON'S VITALIA OR SAL
VATION FOR THE HAIR, and tho iilth charged
hair-darkners, as be'■■ween the Pool of Betheeda, that
an angel stirred, and a fever-brooding mud pond.—
The VITALIA is a cryst.line fluid, without a single
impurity or noxious property, and the naturalness
of tho shades it imparts to grey hair is unequalled,
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER
i_ strongly recommended as the best dentifrice
known. It cleanses aud preserves the teeth, hardens
the gems, sweetens the breath ; and, containing no
acid or gritty siibsUnco, is perfectly harmless, and
can be used daily with great advantage. Sold by ail
druggists. Price, 25 and 60 cents per bottlo.
JOUVEN'S INODOROUS KID GLOVE CLEAN
ER.—By its aid gloves can be quickly and repeated
ly cleaned and made equal to new; oven when badly
soiled they can be rdadily restored. It is easy of ap
plication and is perfectly froe from any odor. For
sale by druggists and fancy goods doaleia. Price, 2a
cents a bottle.
THOMPSON'S POMADE OPTIME.Jas a dressing
for tho Hair is all that is required ; purely vegetable
and highly perfumed, it Bofteua, improves aud beau
tifies the Hair, strengthens the roots, and gives it a
rich, glossy appearauce. or sale by all druggists
Price, 35 aud 75 cents per bottle.
SPKCIAL. NOTICES.
rpHE "PAIN XII L 1 B. M
The PAIN KILLER ie by universal consent allow
ed to have won for itself a reputation unsurpassed
in Iho history of medical preparations. Its instan
taneous effect iv tha eradication and extinction ot
Pain in all its various forms incident te the human
family, and the unsolicited written and verbal testi
mony of tha masses in its favor, havo boon, and aro
iis own best advertisements.
Tho ingrelients of the PAIN KILLER, being
purely VEGETABLE, render it a perfectly lafe and
efficacious lemody taken intornally, as we'll as for
external applications, when usod according to direc
tions. Tho stain upon linen from its uso is readily
removed by washing with alcohol.
This Medicine, justly celebrated for the cure of so
many of the afllictions incident to the human fami
ly, has now been before tho public over THIRTY
YEARS, and has found its way into almost every
corner of the world ; and wherever it has been used,
the sama opinion is expressed of its medical proper
ties.
In any attack, whero prompt action upon the sys
tem is required, ihe Pain Killer is invaluable. Its
almost instantaneous effect in Relieving Pain is truly
wuuderful; and when used according to directions,
is true to its name, a PAIN KILLER.
See printed directions, which accompany each
bottle.
Price .SIS cU., 50 eta. and 91.00 per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists,
mh 1— dAwlm
IVIVOUCES
Absolute Divorces legally übluiuod iv New York,
Indiana, Illinois, and other States, fur persons from
any State or country, legal everywhere; desertion,
drunkenness, ooft-iapptuA etc., sufficient cause ; no
publicity. No chargff'until divorce is obtained. ;Ad
-
vice free. Address,
MOORE A RICHAPDSON,
Counsellors at Law,
df> 30—ly ISO Broadway. N<"r Vnrk City.
DYK HOI'SH,
QOUTHBEN STEAM DYE HOUSE.
A NEW FRENCH DYE HOUSE
as beeu opened in this city, where Ladies and Gog
tlemeu can hive thoir
GARMENTS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
DYED AND CLEANED,
and delivered in twenty-four hours notice
P. H. BLASCOW, French Dyer,
21—ly 311 Broad Street, near Third.
IN the District Court of tho United States for tho |
District of Virginia. ]
In tho matter of Jack McGhee, baukrupt—in ]
bankiuptcy. ]
To whom it Mvy Concern-—The undenegned, L. D. (
Haymond, of Bedford co'ty, Va., hereby gives notice (
of his appointment as assignee of the e.taie of i
Jack McGhee, of Bedford county, Virginia, in
said district, who has heretofore been ndjudj£t>d a i
bankrupt on his own petittun by the District court '
ofsaid di-tri' t. |
j_H-__# L. D. HAYJdOND, Assignee.
WATOHVIi
cites f r tbe last
fifteen years t>y Riilwny Conductors, Engio.ers and
Exprfmnien, tin- most exacting of watch wearers,
has thoroughly demonstrate, tho strength, steadi
ness, durability aud accuracy of the Waltham
Watch. To entiafv Chat class In all theee respects, la 1
to dec Ido the question as to Ut? real value of the*© j
time-keopers.
More than 500,000 of theso watches aro now
.peaking for themselves in the pockets of th« peo
ple-— n proof and a gurrantos of -their superiorly
over all others.
Tho Btiporioi organization and groat extent uf Iho
Company's Wot It* at Wultliam, enables thent to pro
dace watches at a price which rendors competition
f>itil", and those who buy any other watch merely
pay from 25 to 130 pur cent. m„ro for their watches
t'i rt is necessary.
These time-pioces combine every improvement
that a long experieuco has proved of real practical
use. Having had the refusal of nearly evtry inven
tion in watchmaking originating in this country or
in Europe, only those were Anally adopted which
severe testing by tho most skilfull artisans in our
works, nnd long use on tho part of tho public, de
monstrated to be essential to correct and enduring
Among the many improvements we would parti*
The invention and us« of a centre pinion of pe
culiar construction, to proveut damage to the train
by the breakage of main-springs, is original with the
American Watch Company, who, having bad tho re-
I fusal of all contrivance--, adopted Fogg's patent pin
ion as being the Iv it and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair-springs, now univer
sally admitted by Watchmakers lo be the best, are
vied in all grades of Waltham Watches.
All Waltham Watches have dust proof caps, pro"
tecting the movement from dust, and lessening th e
necessity of tho frequent cleaning necessary in otho 1 "
Our new patent stem-windor, or keyless watch is
already a decided success, aud a great improvement
on any stem-windiug watch in the American market,
and by far the cheapest watch of its quality now of*
I fered to the public. To those living in portions of
the United States whero watchmakers do not abound,
watctiei with the above mentioned improvements
J which tend to ousure accuracy, cleanliness, durabili
ty and convenience, must prove invaluable.
The trade marks of the various styles made by the
Company aro as follows:
AMERICAN WATCH CO., Waltham, Mass.
AMN. WATCH CO., Waltham, Mass.
AMERICAN WATCH CO., Crescent streot, Waltham,
APPLBTON,TRACY A CO., Waltham, Mass.
AMERICAN WATCH CO., Adams St., Waltham,
WALTHAM WATCH CO., Waltham, Mas?.
P. S. BARTLRTT, Waltham, Mass.
WM. ELLERY. Waltham, Mass.
HOME WATCH CO., U.-stou, Mass.
Examine the spelling of theso names carefully be"
fore buying. Any variation even of a single letter'
md icatos a counterfeit.
For sale by all loading Jewolloi :i. No walchxs re
tailed by tho Comjany.
An illustrated history of watch making, contain
ing much useful information to watch-wearers, sent
to any address on application.
BOBBINS & APPLKTOy,
General Agents for American Watch Co ,
18_ Broaiway, Now Ynrk.
HAND AND MACHINE SEWING.
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
I From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
' FOR SALE BY
ALL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
j --:■ I I ■1111-_Wll__llllMMM___W>-_M---«a l W---M_>-»_tWMMWM-W-»aia
Washington, February 10,1871.
QOLDIER3 0F 1812—The bill to p»ntion soldiers
_3 of tho war of* 1812 having become a law, I shall
be r«ady to forward forms of application as soon as
the necoss ny instructions are issued by the Depart
ment. Address tor particulars
R. W. DOWNMAN, Agent,
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PIANOS, MELODEON3, and ORUANS of six first
; class makers, including Waters', at EXTREMELY
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or will take a part cash aud balance in month l ;
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nail on receipt of . r .O cents by letter. JOHN DOL
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BANKRUPT AOTICKS.
4170.
lAHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE :
That on the 28th day of January, 1871, a wai
rant in bankruptcy was issued against tho estate ol
iA. L. Lowe, of Henrico county, and State of
Va., who has been adjudgeda bankrupt on his own
petition: That the payment of any debts, and tho deli
very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and tho transfer of any proporty
by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove his dobts,
i aud choose ono or more assignees of his estato, will
bo held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Regis
ter, on tho 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
■ja .I—Tn2w U. S. Marshal.
101 —Involuntary .
rr-iJiIS 18 TO GIVE NOTtO- :
X That a warrant in bankruptcy has been issued by
the said Court against the eutalo of L. Harvoy k Co.,
of Henrico county, aud State of Virgiuia, in said dis
trict, who havo boon duly adjudged bankrupts upon
petition of their creditors, and tho payment of auy
dobts, and tho delivery of any property belonging to
said bankrupts, to them or to their use, and tho trans
fer of any property by them, is forbidden by law. A
meotingof the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove
their debts, and choose one or more assignees of thoir
estate, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be
holden at Richmond, boforo W. W. Forbes Esquire,
Register, on the 20th day of February, A. D., 187.1,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
JaSl—Tn-w U. 8. Marshal.
107—Involuntary.
[T. M. Logan et als vs. J. 11. Woodcock.]
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
JL That a warant in Bankruptcy has issued against
the estate ot ~ H. Woodcock, of Henrico couuty,
State of Va, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
the potition of his-crdttors :—That the payment of
any debts, and tho delivery of any property belong
' ing to said Bankrupt, to him or for hia use, and
tho transfer of any property by him aro forbid
i den by law :—That a meeting of the creditors of tho
said Bankrupt, to prove thoir dobts, and choose one
or more assignees of his estate, will be hold at a
court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at Richmond,
Va., before W. W. Forbos, Esq., Register, on the
20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
fe 2—Th_— U. 8. Marshal.
105—Involuntary.
[James Parks et als vs. E. Boyle.]
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—Thata warrant
JL in bankruptcy has been issued against tho
estate of E. Boyle, of Henrico co., and State of Va.,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his creditors'
petition:-That tho payment of any debts, and the deli
very of any property bolonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law : —That a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and choose ono or more assignees of his estato, will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at '
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register,
on tho 20th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock
A.M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
o 2—Th2w U. S. Marshal.
ICo—lnvoluntary.
[Jno- D. Cooper va. 8. Jones, Jr.]
r| IHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
JL That a warrant in bankruptcy
has been Issued against the esiate of S. Jones, Jr., of .
Henrico county, aud State of Virginia, in said dis
trict, who has been duly adjudged a bankrupt upon
potition of his creditors:—That the payment of auy
debts, and the delivery of auy property belonging to 1
said bankrupt, to him or for his uso,and the transfer t
of any property by him, are forbidden by law:—That
a meoting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
thoir debts, and choose one or more assignees of his
estate will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy to bo
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W.Forbes, Esq.,
on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A.
M.
DAVID B. PARKER, I
fe 2—Tli2w U. S. -larshal.
109—Involuntary. ,
fChas. T. Sherry vs. F. M. Sherry.] 1
HpHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE: J
X That a warrant in bankruptcy has issued I
against the estate of F. M. Sherry, of Henrico couu- (
ty, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on the petition of his creditors :—That tho
payment of auy debts, and the delivery of any pro
perly belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his
use, and the turns for of any property by him, are -
forbidden by law :—Thata meeting of tho creditors
of said bankrupt, to provo thoir debts, and choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will bo held at a \
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Va.,
befuie W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th day (
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. i
DAVID B. PARKER, _
fe 2—Th2w U. 8. Marshal. H
._ , , l
4150 I
IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—
That on the 7th day of January, 1871, a
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tato ol R. 11. Averett, of Mecklenburg couuty,
and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a .
bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the J
payment of any debts, and tho delivery of
any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him b
or for his use, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law : Thata meeting of the I
creditors of the eaid bankrupt, to provo their debts, n
and choose ono or moro assignees of his estate, will o
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to he holden at Si
Richmond, Va,, bofore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, r
on the 30th day of February 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. a
DAVID B. PARKER,
JaSl—Tu2w U. S. Marshal.
4150
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
JL That on tho 28th day of Jauuary, 1871, a war
rant iv bankruptcy wan issued against tho estate of "
Maria Gibson, of Culpeper county, aud State ol p
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on her £
own petition :— That the payment of any e'ebtt*, and l *
the doliveiy of any property belonging to said bank- V
rupt, to him or for his use, aud the transfer of any M
property by him are forbidden by law: —That a c l
meeting of tho oreditors of said bankrupt, to provo *'
their debts, and choose one or moro assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Fcrbaa, Esq ,
Register, on tho-O.h day of February, 1871, at 10 *
o'clock A. M. -.
DAVID B. PARKER,
ja3l~T.i2w U. 8. Marshal. J
4140 g
FI HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
I. That on the 28th day of January 1871, a J'
warrant in bankruptcy was issued airalnst tbe 0l
estate of Otho Sutton, of ) uckingham county, aud R
State of Virginia, who bas been adjudged a back* w
rupt on his owu petition :—That the payment hi
of any debts, and the delivery of any property he
longing to said bankrnpt, to him or for his use and
the transfer of any property by him, are forbidden *"
by law :—-That a meeting of the creditors of euid |
bankrupt, to prove their dobts, and choose one or
men assignees of his estato, will be hold at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to beholden at Richmond, Va., be- Bi
fore W. VV. Forbes, Esq., Resistor, on the 20th day
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER, n <
la 31—Tu2w U. 8. Marshal. J<
_: hi
L-tBK THE REVOLVING OHKYBTAL PRYtfMATIO p<
O MORTAR, at WAGNJCR k Co*s Drugstore
Illuminated nightly. ja 12—ts I
BANKRUPT KOTICKS.
"PHI. E NOTICE:
JL That - n tin '-Tilt dny of January. VI, n war
rant iti bankruptcy was Issued Against th
of Julm Pago, of Cl-uke county, ami M. to
of Virginia, wfco has ban adjudgod a bankn
bis own petition:—That the payment of any debts,
and the delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to Mm or for It's ma, and the ti anefer ot
any property \>y him aro fv*» bidden by law :—That ■
meeting of the CMKHtors of Mid bankrupt, to
their debts, and t-hoose one or moro assignees of his
estate, will be lu-ld at a court of bankruptcy to he
holden at the Register's ollioe in Alexandria. \ c.., I c
fore I.ysander Hiil, Esq., Register, ou the. _jth day
of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock A.M.
i DAVID B. PARKER,
fe 6—M2w U. a. Marshal.
SBBB
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on the 27th
J. day of January 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued against the estato of William
I). Rartlett, of Frederick county, and State ol
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition:—That tbo payment of any debts,
and lite delivery of any property belonging to maid
baukrupt, to him or for hia uso, and tho trfcnaJ l <■■
any property by him are forbidden by law: —Thhta
meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to provo
their debts, and choose ono or more assignees ol
his estato, will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to beholden at the Register's office in Alexandria,
Virginia, before Lysandor Hill, Eaq., Register, on
the _£>th day of Februray, 1871, at M o'clock A. M.
fe C-M2w *U. 8. Marshal.
■ 4168
IS IS TO GIVR NOTICE:
That on the 2Sthdayof J.icmry, 1.71, a war
i bankruptcy was Issncd against the estate of
Carpenter, of Prince Edward couuty, ami State
ginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
tf petition :—That tha paymont of any aobfei,
and the delivery of any property belonging to eaid
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
auy properly hy him, are forbidden hy Jaw.'— Th:U a
meeting of the creditors ot said baukrupt, to provo
their dobts, and chooso one or more assignees pi bll
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W, Forbes, Esq.,
Register, on the 20th day of February, 1871, r,t 10
DAVJD B. PARKKR,
ja 31—Tu2w U. S. Hainhal.
rpniS 18 TO GIVR NOTICE : That on the 7th day
JL of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
was issued against the estate of E. P, Wright, ol
Amelia county, aud State of who has been
adjudgod a bankrupt, ou his own potition :—That tho
payment of any- debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupt, to him
or for hi* use, and the transfer of any pro
pel ty by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
meeting of tho croditors of laid bankrupt, to
prove thoir debts, and chooso on© or more assignees
ol his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. I'mbe"*,
Esq., Regiator, on the 20th day nt February, 1871, at
10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARK. It,
ja 31 Tn2w U. b Marshal.
4143
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
-■-STATES for tho District of Virginia
In Iho mattor of John T. llaskiuH, bankrupt—
in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned, Wm,
11, Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of tho estate ol
John T. Haskins, of Essex county, in Raid district,
who was, on the 20th day ef Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged
a bankrupt noon his owu potition by the I
Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871.
ja 31-Tn3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
! 4126
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UXITED
X STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
In the matter of George Franklin Hupp, Bankrnpt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern:—-Tho undersigned, John
Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham toy, Va, here
by givos notico of his appointment as assignee Of the
estate of G. F. Hupp, of Shenandoah co., in eaid dis
trict, who was, on the 24th day of November, 1870,
! adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
ja 31—Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
4070
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
JL STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the mattor of James W. Peck, Bankrupt—ln
Bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern.—The undersigned,
John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham county,
; Virginia, horeby gives notice of his appointment as
, assignee of the estato of James W. Peck, of Augusta
county, iv said district, who was, on the 28th-day oi
September, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on hia owu
petition by Hie District Court of said district.
j_3l— Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
4076
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
A STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In thu matter of Benjamin 8. Van Pelt, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Coucern :—The undersigned. John
Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham co , Va., hereby
gives notice of hia appointment as assignee of the es
tate of B. S. Van Pelt, of Rockingham couuty, in said
district, who was, on the 27th day of tept., 1870,
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis
trict Com t of said district.
ja3l-Tu3w JOHN' PAUL, Asaignoe.
4140
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
x STATES, for the District of Virginia,
In tho matter of Fielding H. Jeter, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—Tho undenigned,
Wm. 11. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, here
by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of Reld'ng H. Jeter, of Bedford co'ty, in said
district, who was, ou tho !oth day ol Dec'bor, 1870. ad
judged a b.vnkrnpt on his own petition by the Dis
trict Court of Baid district.
Dated Richmond, January 21,-1,871.
ja 31-TuSw WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee..
4145
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
JL STATES, for the District cf Virginia.
In tho mattor of William 11, Proas, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—
The undersigned, Wm. H. Allderdice, of Richmond
city, Virginia, hereby gives notico of his appoint
ment as assignoe of tho estate of Wm. H. Preas, of
Bedford county, in said district, who was, on the
16th day of December, 1870, adjudgod a 1 ;iukru;.t ou
his own potitio _ by the District Court of said Di_-
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1971.
ja 31-Tu3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for tlio District of Virginia.
In the matter of William P. Ballard, Bankrupt—
in Bankruptcy.
To Whom it M«y Concern:—The undersigned, W m.
H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va, hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of
Win. P. Baiiard, of Henrico county, in said district,
who was, on the 7th day of Dec'bor, 1870, adjudged a
bankrupt on his owu petition by the District Court
of Baid district.
Dated Richmond, Jaunary 21, 1871.
ja 31-Tn3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
_ _____________________
4133.
TN the District Court of tho United States for the
x District of Virginia.
In the matter of John M. Clark, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned. Jacob
John, of Richmond city, Virginia, 'hereby gives
otice of his appointment as assignee of the estate
f John M. Clark, of Fluvanna county, Virginia, in
Bald district, who was, on the 6th day of Deceiubt r,
870, adjudged a bankrupt ou his ownpetition by the
)istrict court of said district.
Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, 1871.
ja 24~1aw3w JACOB COHN, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED
L States for the Di.-tii.ct of Virginia,
In tho m:itter of Walter C. Calloway, bankrupt—ln
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, J. pi
Barksdale, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby gives
notice of his appointment an usigneepf the estato
of Walter C. Calloway, Franklin county, Virginia, Id
said district, who has adjudgeda bank
rupt on his own petition by the District court of said
ja 18—W3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■*■ STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
Iv the matter oi Murdock Howell, Bankrupt-
In bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Jas.
H. Calrowar.d William VT. Old, of Norfolk, Va., here
by give notice of their appointment us assignees of I
the cstatH of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk coanty,
in said district, who was, on the 17th day of I).- I
comber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pc» I
tition by the District Court of said district.
JAMES 11. CALUOW,
WILLIAM W. OLD,
ja 13—F3w* Assignees.
. 82—Involuntary.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
. States, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter;tof Jas. F. Shilling vs. Denis X- For- I
uson,bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersignrd,
ohn M. Hall, of Henrico co., Va., hereby gives notice I
7 his appointment as assignee oftho estate of Denis
. Ferguson, of Roanoke co'ty, in ifaid district, who I
as, on the 16th day of April, 1870, adjudged a
lankrupt by the District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 19,1871
jal6-Th3w JOHN M. HALL, assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Joa. A. Peck, Baukrupt—in I
inkruptcy.
To Whom itMay Concern:—The undersigned, P. I
'. Strother, of Giles county, Va., hereby fli~M
otice of his appointment as assignee of tho estate of I
os. A. Peck, of Giles county, iv said district,yho I
ias heretofore been adjudgod a bankrupt on hid owu j
►•tition by the District Court of said district.
Dated December 9th, 1870.
de 10 B3w P, W. STROXHER, Assignoe. '
Wl'K OOUNTrKS
M WaW^ 1 ' A NJ> MONTGOMERY,
AUCTION.!
order of the Districi Court of Din
HSnn for tlie of Virginia, made in
HH^ - ' of Wm Held Price, bankrupt, we shall, an
— 1l»»i|-:ien« or said bankrupt, proceed to sell at th.
Court-House door of lioeuoke county, Virginia, In
I the town ot tsaleoi, on
I NEBDAY, THE Btb DAY OF ItABCH, 1871,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
lying in the counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont; I
Kuiuery, belong I iig to the estato ot said bankrupt
of which is quito valnablo, Ba ( d land will be I
I 10l I free of all liens and encumbraucos.
TEUMi': —One-third of purchase money will be re- I
j quired to bo pail iv cask; residue iv two equal In- I
j stalments of six and twelve months, the purchaser I
giving bond, wllh good personal security, Tor the
deferred payments, und tho title retained until the I
purchase money is fully oaid.
MuKINBKY k BROWN, Assignees
Ja 2S—2aw3w of Warfield Price, Bankrupt.
POSTfONKMEXT.-The above sale is postponed
until the 17th APRIL, 1871. fe 11—trl
A SBIONEE'S BA L~B.
Pursuant to an ordor of B. B. Foster, Esq., register
in bankrnpti-y for the second District of Virginia,
made iv the matter of J. O. COFER, bankrupt, bear
in;! ditto 11th February, 1871, the undersigned, as
signee of snld bankrupt, will sell ut public auction, at
th-. auction-house ot Leigh Bros, k Phelps, in the
rily of Norfolk, on
BATURDAY, THE 18irr DAY OF MARCII NEXT
at 11 o'clock A.M, all the
UNCOLLEOI'KD CI.AiMS AND EVIDENCE OF
DEBT, In his hands as such assignee.
TERMS—Car.h.
GEORGE T.CLARKE,
fe 21 —2awßw Asjigncc.
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Wo oiler good Teas, Black and llrecn, at 60 cents,
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two spans of 250 feet each, and two of 70 feet each.
Parties submitting proposals should see the site of
the bridge, where further information may be had
from tbe engineer in charge. This bridge must bo
completed by DECEMBER, 1871.
H. D. WHITCOMH,
fo 27—tMh2e Chief Engineer C. & O. R. R.
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I*. 14— eodeonT.'u
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TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
X STATES, lor Ihe District of Virgiuia.
Iv the matter of John S. Sandy, Bankrupt—lv I
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
W. W. Walker, of Westmoreland county, Va., hereby
otice ol his appointment as assignee of the es
tate of J. S.Saudy, of Richmond coy, in said district, I
who was, ou the loth day of Srp'ber, 1870, adjudged I
a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court
oi said district.
Dated January 13,1871.
j. 14-S3W W. W, WALKER, Asiigae*. I
UKl'iTlBO-in
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the individual, aan ere long producing permanent
sicknoss and premature decline. Nor is It pleasant
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every one of those troublesome complaints peculia
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suffer on in silence, and hundreds of others apply
vainly to druggists and doctors, who either merely
tantalizo them with the hopo of a cure or appiv
remedies which make them worse. I would not wish
to assert anything that would do Injustice to the
affllctod, but lam obliged to say that although il
may be produced from oxcessive exhaustion of the
powers of lifo, by laborious employment, unwhole
some air and food, profuse raoustruation, tho use ot
tea and coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far of
tener cauaod by direct irritation, applied to the mu
cuo membrane of tho vagina itself.
When reviewing tho causes of these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate the at
tendant evils consequent upon them. It is bnt sim
ple justice to the subject to enumerate a few of
many additional caußcs which so largely affect tbe
life, health, and happiness of woman in all classes oi
society, and which, consequently, affect moro or toss
directly, the welfare ef tho entire human family.--
The mania that exists for precocious education ond
marriago, causes tho years that nature designed for
corporeal devolopement to bo wasted and perverted
in the restraints of dress, the early confinement ol
school, and especially in the unhealthy excitement of
he ball-room. Thus, with the body half-clothed,
and the mind unduly excited by" pleasure, pervert'
Ing iv midnight revel tho hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, tho work of destruction is halt
accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain upon her sys
tem, unnecessary effort is required by the delicate
votary to retain her situation in school to a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When one excite
ment Is over, another in prospective keeps the mind
morbidly sensitive to impression, while the now con<
slant restraint of fashionable dress, absolutely for
bidding tho exercise indispensable to the attainment
and retention of organic health and strength ; the
eXposure to night air; the sudden change of tempe
rature, the complete prostration produced by exceri
sive dancing, must, of necessity, produce their loglti
mato effect. At last, an early marriage caps the cli
max of misory, and the unfortunate one, hitherto
so utterly regardloss of the plain dictates and remon
strances of hor delicate nature, becomes an unwill
ing subject of medical treatment. This Is but t»
truthful picture of the experience of thousand** o
our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise the functions of
the generative organs, they requiro an education of
their peculiar nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, i common with the fe
male breast and lips, evidently under the control of
mental emotions and associations at an early ported
c_ life ; and, as we shall subsequently see, these emo
tions, when excessive, lead, long before puberity, to
habits which sap tho very lifo of their victims ere
nature has self-completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility *Vkites or
LeQcorrhcea, "ooProfuse Menstruation, Exhaustion,
Too Long Continned Periodp Prolapsus and Bear
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Females in every period of life, from infancy to ox
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humanity as a certain cure for the following disease*
and symptoms, from whatever cause originating
General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression;
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Hood,
Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Rest
lessness and Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Ema
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the Orgt-ni of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
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stt* Broadway, N. Y.
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