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FRIDAY EVE'G, MAUCH. 10. 1871~
SPIRIT OF THE MORNINU PRESS'
The Dispatch writes in excellent spirit, j
fearlessly rebuking a partisanship and nar
row-minded sectionalism which jeopardizes
the most important interests. Tho par
tisanship that seeks to livo by destroying
the common wealth, had better elect al
grave-digger, for its end is nigh. |
AN IRON-CIiAD FOB. VIUOINIA. I
Tho extraordinary conduct of some of the
—embers of tho Legislature—their assertion
that gentlemon of wealth living outside the
State, who invest their money in Virginia, are
not to bo trusted, since they are undoubtedly
her enemies, and intend to do her an injury,
and that, therefore, General Mahone must be
made dictator to protect us from theso enemies
of the State—logically led to the conclusion
that we are in a state of war with outsiders, and
must resort to war measures to protect the
Hence come oaths of allegiance and tests of
all aorta that aro used in time of war, and paina
and penalties for all such as give countenance
and aupport to the common enemy.
It is plain that the narrow-minded men who
from personal servility present this phase of
State policy, force themselves to the war foots
ing of demanding this kind of proof of alto
giance—this sort of means of punishing the
Now, let them bring on their iron-clad. Lot
us have an oath from those who shall control
railroads, or buy the stock of tho State in rail
roads, say such as this:
"I, A. 8., do solemnly swear that I never afc any
time during my existeuco on this earth have eympa
thized with or aided aud abetted any plan or scherno
of any corporation or any individual living at the
North, or anywhere olse outsido of Virginia, wh.
had any money or who coutompUted investing any
money in property within the limits of Virginia;
and, furthermore, I, A. 11., do solemnly swoar ttiat 1
never will have any BUch sympathy, and that I never
will aid or abet any capitalist living without the
boundary of Virginia, and tbat I never will sympa
thize with any eu :h capitalist, but that I will devote
myiife hereafter, as I bare done horetoforo, to tho
frustration and de'oat of any schemes entertained
by sacU persons, whoso object Is to make money in
Virginia, and who havo the luonoy to enable them lo
Now, if Mr. Thurman, of Bedford, would
introduce this ironclad—so well calculated to
protect Virginia, so well designed for the forti
fication of General Mahone in his stronghold,
and Mr. Wood, of Halifax, would second it,
the Legislature might adopt it, and the State
might be saved from betrayal.
As Virginians proud of tho past—proud of
thestatesmanship of other days—we feel pained
to observe the low stage of partisanship to
which some of the representatives of the peo
ple in the Legislature havo brought them
selves. Tho hectoring and domineering spirit
manifested by some, the trick and cunning dis
played by others with whom show of delibera
tion is a mere mockery, are in the last degree
When committeemen to whom the body en
trusts the important duty of ascertaining facts
and fairness in their representation show that
they are mere partisans, factious!/ and rudely
determined to bear down all opposed to them,
it ia indeed a sad stage of legislation for the
poor old State. We appeal to members from
all parts of the State to pause and consider the
welfare and digcity of the Commonwealth, and
to rally to her salvation from the scandal of
these features of representative character un
known in other days, and which threaten to
bring down the public fame of the State to so
low an ebb that there will be none so poor as
to pay homage to the present status of a Com
monwealth once so renowned.
A FINANCIAL VIEJV.
"A comparison of the competing propositions
for the sale of the State's stock in the Richmond
and Petersburg Railroad company develops
The sale to Ellyson, Andorson, and others, of 3,856
shares of stock, payable in cash, at #too per sht r»,
will amount to $078,40t»
The sale to General Mahone of same
stock at $100 per share, payablo iv
six equal annual installments, will
amount to $335,600
During tho six years, even if tbo pay
ments wero promptly made, (which
is Incredible,) tlie Stato will have
paid out as iuterest on tho bonds,
with motey wrung from tlie people
by taxutieu, tlie sum of 79,f70
Net proceeds realized by State from
sale of stock after six years, sup
posing the Atlantic, Mississippi
and Ohio railroad should meet its
Dead loss to the S'ato by preferring Gon.
Mahono to uiue other Visginians. $272,776
In each branch of this statement we consider
State bonds as cash, when paid or delivered to
the State herself.
Bat it should be remembered, also, that upon
ihe acceptance of the offer of the Virginians,
the people will be relieved at once and forever
of $34,704 of annual taxation—that sum being
the interest on $575,400, amount of bonds sur
rendered and paid.
Will not the tax-payors in Halifax and Bed
ford inquire anxiously:
"now is that fop. man?"
The Enquirer has for its leader this
morning an excellent article, entitled "A
Common Sense View." We heartily com
mend the tone and matter, and reprint
A COMMON SENSB VIEW.
While narrow-headed people down here are
groaning over the charter granted to the
Washington and Richmond railroad company,
wiser persons recognize in tho fact that tbe
great Central Pennsylvania corporation has
entered Virginia, one of the best advertisements
of Virginia lands and Virginia property that
could have been devised. The very struggle
that was made here directed the attention of
the whole North to Virginia, and the fact that
a company like tbe Central Pennsylvania was
willing and anxious, to invest its capital here,
ia a atrong encouragement to business men and
emigrants to come here.
The rejection of that bill would have had
precisely the opposite effect. It is seen and
read of all men now that corporations like tbe
Pennsylvania Central, tho Chesapeake and
Ohio, and the Baltimore and Ohio, arc seeking
to run their lines into and through Virginia.
The business sagacity of these companies is ao
universally recognized, tbat their action has
done for us tho work of a board of immigra
tion. Nor is this all. When the shrewd men
connected with these companies have been
drawn here by their railroad business, they
will get acquainted with our people, will in
sensibly take an interest in our affairs, will
perceive the opportunities for investing capital
here, and will gradually embark in other en
terprises. They will send others, and draw
others after them. The large interest already
invested hero will of itself stimulate them to
improve the condition of the State generally.
The direct and obvious interest of a railroad
company is to open up and develop the region
through which their road passes. They do
not care to pass through a desert; but must
atrive to increase and encourage produc
tion—to give an impulse to agriculture, to de
velope the mines, to utilize ths water-power.
They, or their friends, will buy lands, and real
eatate in our cities. We do not think any
acheme could have been better deviled to
insure the inflcix of capital and labor into the
South. For they will not slop at Virginia;
bat their activities will extend and ramify
throughout the whole Southern country. It is
the pioneer movement—just as the Pacific rail
road was the signal for opening up nnd settling
the great Western territories.
In bringing these people here, we are bring
ing amongst us, and interesting in our btisi
cess, the ablest minds nnd tho strongest capi
talists of the North. If we were able to do
ouraelvea the work that is needed lo bo done,
there would be some reason in the clamor of
Virginia for the Virginians—but it ia better to
be a rich and prosperous farmer without
L.'raldtc blazonry than the " lord of a barren
The Whig has rjjeeived a letter from a
farmer, which says :
.- * c As a class, we tire in extremo j-jopardy, and it is
only hy a very general aud vigorous co-operarion
that we can eniergo from our preseut most lerlora
and portentous condition."
We. do not know to what particular griev
ances our correspondent refers, but we tavor
his suggestion, believing that "much good"
would result from an annual convocation of
representative Virginia farmers, intent upon
the aole object of advocating the agricultural
interests ot the State. Experience has proved
that tbo "Farmers' Assembly," which moets
annually in Richmond, during "Fair week"
alrocatinK tbo organization of agricultural
societies in every county in tho Common
wealth, hoping that, ultimately, a congress «f
j delegates from these various societies would be
hold with tbe view of considering any question
of interest that might then be presented, and
of providing for annual meetings of the body.
We still hope that something like this will be
done, and tho sooner the better. If our Buck
ingham correspondent will induce bis county
to "lend otf," wo have no doubt that the other
I counties will respond promptly and cheerfully.
This correspondent has doubtless found,
like many others, that under tho present
disorganized financial condition, farming
in Virginia is a precarious business, if un
dertaken upon any extended scale. No
interest can flourish without organization.
| There are grave subjects to be considered
I by such a convention, and wo hope to sec
one called at an early day.
The South American Railroad Kins
Tho New York Sun gives a long and
extremely interesting history of the career
of Henry Meiggs, the great railway king
of South America. lie was born in Cats
kill, Greone county, New York, in 1811,
and, after a not striking career in business
at the East, went to Now York city and
amassed money iv tho lumber business. In
1849 he loaded tho ship Niantio with lum- I
bcr, and with his brother, John G., sailed
for California. Ho thero embarked in an
immense lumber trado, built Musical Hall,
lavished thousands on music, bought land
all over the State, and amassed a fortune.
But, in tho panic of '64, ho went under,
and in the frenzy of tho day issued forged
paper to the amount of near a million.
As his crimo became apparent he bought
a bark and sailed for Valparaiso. There
he became superintendent of bridges ou the
railroad building to Santiago, and after tho
failure of tha English firm to complete the
road, assumed tho whole contract for $12,
--000,000. Tho engineering difficulties were
immense, but ho did not fear, and made a
supplementary contract with the govern
ment that for overy month uuderfour
years in which ho completed the road he
should receive $100,000, and for every
month over ho should forfeit $100,000.
He began on the 4th of July, 1858, and
hiring Chiliau laborers at ten cents a day
and their food—threo cents more—ho tun
neled and blasted his way through tho
huge recks, and ou the 4th of July, 1860,
the road was complete, aud on the 6th tho
first train was run through to tho Capital.
Meiggs' profits were'sl,32o,ooo, and
might have been $3,000,000, but for his
boundless generosity to the poor. He
built two grand dwellings, costing $850,
--000, at Santiago, and thero lived till 1807.
He was induced by the call of the Peruvian
Government to go to that country in the
latter year and build a road from Arica,
on the coast, to Arequipa, ninety miles in
land, fir $12,000,000. It was comploted
by tho fust of the present year, and
Meiggs had $600,000 worth of medals
struck in commemoration, and gave a
$200,000 fete at Arequipa. His profits
wero $4,000,000. He now has a contract
to build a road across tho Andes for $05-,
000,000, and lives in magnificent state at
Lima. He owns several guano islands ou
the coast, and is prospectively the richest
man on the globe.
The Forger's Pate— Van Eeten At
tempts Suicide. —The . forger, Lewis M.
Eetou, upon whom scntenco of imprison
ment for nine years was pronounced by
Recorder Hackelt on Friday, was to have
been conveyed to Sing Sing, direct from
the crmrt-room ; but he pleaded so earnest
ly, with many tears, that one night's delay
was granted him. It appears that he
sought the delay in order to obtain the
moans' of committing suicide, as the officers
fouud, when they came to remove him, the
next day, that he had taken a quantity of
morphine. The dose was not effectual,
however. His period of imprisonment,
under his present sentence, and that which
will undoubtedly be pronounced against
him in San Francisco, will bo tweuty-three
years, and it is no wonder that ho quailed
before the prospect.— New York Tribune,
A Promise—A promise should bo gfven
with caution and kept with care. A pro
mise should bo mado by the heart and re
membered by the head. A promise is the
offspring of tho intention and should be
nurtured by recollection. A promise and
its performance should, like tho scales of
a true balance, always present a mutual
adjustment. A promise delayed ia justice
deferred. A promise neglected is an un
truth told. A promiso attended to is a
<iniE GREAT FIRE IN RICHMOND.
IHiIIRING'S SAF _I S
IN THE SI'OTSWOOD.
523.500 IN CURRENCY,
and tlio Books, Papers, Silver and Valuables of tlio
Spotswood Hotel and the Adams' aud
Southern Express Companies are
SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFES.
OFFICE OP AnAMS EXrRESS CoMPANY, 1
No. 59 Broadway, }-
New York, Dec. 21,1870. j
Messrs. Herring, Parrel * Sherman: Our Agent
at Richmond writes : "We (rot through to-night
drying aud fixing up the monoy from the late fire.
The contoutß of the safe—(2B,6Bo in bills, we recov
ered. It was a Horriug Sale, aud a good one, certain.
"I. 0. BABCOOK, Treasurer."
Messrs. Hbrrixg, Farrel * Sherman, New Yoek
—Gents : The two Safes of your manufacture,
which wo had iv use ou tbo morning of the 25th
inst., at the disastrous fire which destroyed th.
Spotswood Hotel and adjoiniug block of buildings,
have given full satisfaction, and served to prevuut
tlie destruction of some $20,000 in currency, beside,
the valuable paperß aud books enclosed therein. It
wan Imp ssible for workmen to excavate the Safe
until nearly SO boors* after the lire.
Ass't Sup't for Adams & Southern Ex. Cos.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1870.
LETTER FROM J. M. SUBLET! k CO.,
Proprietors o the Spotswoodj
RiortMoND, Va,, Dec. 29,1870.
Messrs. IlEßiiiun, Farrel k Sherman.—aesTS : On
tho morniug of the 25th inst., we wero fortunate
enough to have one of your Herring's I'aturit Cham
fuou Safes, which fell iuto tho celltir among a burn
tig mass of ruins. After the flro, to our utmost sur
prise, wo found the coutents, consisting of valuable
pipers, money aud somo silverware, all in good
order. Hid it not been for your Herring's Safe we
would have lost everything.
J. M. BrjBLETI 4 Co.
PATENT CHAMPION SAP—S,
The most reliable Protection from Fire now
HERRING'S NEW PATENT
CHAMPION BANKERS' SAFE,
The best Protootion against liurglars' Tools
HERRING, I ARRF.L k SHERMAN,
281 Broadway, comer Murray st., N. Y.
FARKEL, lUSIUtING 4 CO., Philadelphia.
HERRING * CO., Chicngo.
HKItRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
_fti 27—3 m New Orleans.
TN Ihe District Court of the Jnited States for the
x District or Virgiuia.
Iv the matter uf Williamson Burnett, bankrupt—
To whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned,
L. D. Haymond, ot Bedford county, Va., hereby gives
notice of h's appointment as assignee of the- estate
of Williamson Um-uett, or Bedford county, Virginia,
in said district, who has heretofore been adjudged s
bankrupt on his own petition by the District court
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WM. 7. HOOKER, Tico President;
LUOIUi. MoADAM, Soo'y and Actuary;)
W_ito-« ."I. P.csuam, Oor. Oth Avenue and 2,', d str*.:.
Qenoral Joan A. Dix;
W. WILK.HB, of Wllkeus k Oo.;
QiotaiT. Hoc., Prosident Continental Firalueurauc.
Eon. Jamks llAnp.R, of Harper Brothers;
Jons J. Cuan_, President Bauk of Republic;
W. M. V s. milts, of Vermilye & Co., bankers
Son. Gcorq _ Opd.kr, ex-Mayor of New York ;
Aaron Arnol., of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Ww. T. HeoXIR, Wall Street.
Oha9. 0. Rocewooo, Cashier Newark Banking Coy,
Wiisot 0. Moruan, Banker.
TaOMAS Ria___, of tho Firm of Thomas Ithreey k Co.
_Unj. B. Susrmam, Treasurer ofthe Mew York Steam I
Bugar Refining Company.
Richard H. 80-vnr, Wetinore A Bowne, Lawyers.
B. V. HA-Giiwo.t, Firm B. V. lianghwont k Co.
Julius n. Pratt, Merchaut,
WM. W. Wriout, Merchant.
Chas. J. Starr, Morchant.
William All.n, Merchant.
0«o. W. CoTLßaiiißanker, Palmyra, N. V.
Johh H. Sherwood, Park Place,
i Howard H.Wrio ht, Newark, N. J.
■ _ o.W FarL-9, Counsellor.
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'- --.ral Ageat for Virginia a_d District of Co-
OFFIOB »0» MAIN BTRBBT.J
Dr. J. Q. OaQ-LL. Medical Examiuer. 1.u6-tl
rp n. BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
j Practicos in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and
I Queen, and tin; United States Courts at Hichmond.
I Ofßceat Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia.
I will attend to casos before the Court ol Claims
I and the Departments at Washington.
My father, 11. B. Brooke, Esq., will attend to all
business entrusted to me in th;> counties of Kin.
and Queen, Caroline and Essex. Address Central
Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia.
■ \ANIEL, CABELL 4 DANIEL,
U ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. 1106 Main Streot, Richmond, Va
WM. OANIEL, Jr., HENRY COALTER CABELL
and JOHN W.DANIEL havo associated themselves
for IhoPRACriCE OF LAW in the Supreme Court
ot Appi-ils, the Circuit and District Oourts ol the
j United Slatea, and all th. Courts in and tor tho city
I of Richmond.
WM. DANIEL, Jr., will henceforth reside in Rich-
Mkhsrs. W. and J. W. DANIEL will continue to
| attend the Courts in which they now practice.
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f 1 HANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS,
AT-rOHSfI.S AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
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Room No. 1, Marshall Bni_o<__ f
Corner i'.'.t.i and Bank St..
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY,
"tor .11 court, of city of Richmond .nd county <-t
Ornoi No. 1810 Ross St.,
an . 11—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I > ICHMOND NURSERIES.
IV RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
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DR. JOHNSTON has discovered the most certain
J -ipe*dy, and only effectual remedy iv the world for
.*»_ ofthe Hack or Limbs, Strictures, Alloc
tions of the Kid_>.ys and Bladder,lnvoluntary dis
j charges, ImiM'teiicy, Oeueral Debility, Nervousness,
I Q>-4p_iw_._, Languor, Low Spirits,ConftiHion of Ideaa,
Palpitation of'lt** licrrt, Tiii'i lily, Tn
news of Sight or Giddiness, DiMto-M -
Throat, Nose or Skin, Aflections of the Lungs, Stout*
f -li or Bowels—Mio.n' Mriblo disorders arrising from
! the Solitary Habits of Youib—those sc ret and soli
tarypractlces move fat*l to their victims than the
1 song of Syrou* to tho Mariner of Ulmsos, blighting
their most brilliant hopes or anticipation;;, rendering
rtiamamv, Ac, impossible,
■specially, who have become the victims of Solitude
Vice, that dreadful and destructive hrbtt which anna
ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Ken ofthe mostoxalted talent and brilliant Intellect,
who might otherwise have c-utrancyl listening Sen
ates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to
ecatacy tho living lyroe, may call with full confi-
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriago, being aware of physical weakness, oiganic
debilities, deformities, Ac, speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care or Di. J.
may religiously confide on his houor as a gemlrmer,
and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
m mediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—which renders life miserable
is.-d marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgoncies. Young persons I
are too apt to oommitt excesses from uot being aware
of the droadfu! consequences that may ensue.* Now, J
who that understands the subject will pretend to
deny that the power ot procreation is lost Sooner by J
those .ailing into improper habits than by ths pro. J
dentf Bet-idea being deprived of the pleasures el I
healthy offspring, the most serious and desirucMvi.
symptoms to both body and mind arise The system j
becomes deranged, the physical aud mental function
weakened, loss of procrcative power, nervous irrita I
bility, dyspepsia, palpitation of tho hoart, indigsa I
Hon, constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame [
cough*, consumption, Ac.
Officj No. 7 Soc-ru Fusdbrio£ Btrikt,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a lew I
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe the name I
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The I
Doctor's Diplomas hang in his office.
lfember of the Royal College of Surgeons, London
graduate from ono of tho most eminent Colleges iv
fhe United States, and the greater part of whose ■ ■.<
las been spent in tho hospitals of Loudon, Pari*.,
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has uifucted somo of tht
Most astonishing cures that were evor known; man;
.rnubled with ringing in tho boad and oars wheo
.sleep, great nervousness, boing alarmed at suddeu
louudrt, bashfulneas, with frequent b!uahing,altouded
lometimes with a derangomont of tho mind, wsre
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTIOB.
Dr. J. addresses all those wbo have injured then
.elves by improper indulgences and solitary habit*
ft-hich ruin both body and mind, unfitting them f«r
jlther business, study, society or marriage
These are some of tho sad and melanoholy effect**
iroduced by oarly habits of youth, viz : Weakness ol
;he Hack and Limbi., Pains in. the Head, Dimness ol
light, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
leart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Iriitabiliiy, Derangement
•f tho Digestive Functions, General Debility', Symp
ouis of Consumption.
The fearful effects on tho mind are much t-> b*
Ireaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
-reision of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion tc
locroty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac.
ire some of the ovils produced.
Thousands 0$ persons of all ages can now juugt
That is the cause of their declining health, Loosing
heir vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and • . ■
■ •t. .1. bavin,* a singular appearance about, tbe eve-,
ougn and symptom:* Of oonsumption.
irho have injured themselves by a certain practice
ululged in when alone—a habit frequently learu.jd
rom evil companions or at school, the effects of winch
re nightly felt, even whon asleep, and, if not cured,
enders marriage impossible, and destroys both mtao
nd body—should apply immediately.
Whst a pity that a young man, tho hope oi uin
c.ii;try, tho pride of his parents, should be snatched
rom all prospects and eujoymunts of life by the con
"j-!. nee of deviating from the path of nature and
udalging In a certain goorefc habit. Snob persons,
[ÜBT, before contemplating
eflect that a Round raind and body aro the most iiec
asary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in*
leed, without tAese, tho journey thrcmeh life becomes
t weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens" to
Ue view, the mind becomes shadowed with dispair
.nd filled with the melancholy reflection that the
iappinoi.a of another bf comes blighted with our own-
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
Whon the misguided and Imprudent votary ot
•leasuro finds he has Imbibed the nooda of this paiu
nldisease, It too often happons that an ill-timed sense
if ohame or dread of discovery deters him from ap
•lying to those, who, from education and renpocta
illity, can alone befrie'id hira. Ho falls into the
k&nu-i of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, it.
apablo of curing, fiicb his pecuniary substance, koej
dm trifling month after month, or as long as tbe
ami lest foe can be obtained, and with dispair leave
lim with rniued health to si£h over his galling dU
ippointment; or, by the nee of that doadly poison
iercury, haston the constitutional symptoms cf tht
errible disease, such as Affection of the If.'_%•*,
.hru_t. Nose, Brain, etc,, progressing with frightful
apidity till death puts a period to his -iroadlul suffer
ng by sending him to that und is cover**-;. ..•.*■
Rom whose bonrne do traveller rt--.t--._r *
ENDORSEMENT OP THK PRSIS3
The many thotUNtndi cured at this InstltUtlm.
rithin thelant eighteen years, and the nomei
iargical Operations perforated by Dr. Johnston, wit
mm by tho reporters of tho "flu*** and manyo.he.
upors, notices of which appeared again and a_j&i.i
icfuro the public, besides his standing as a gentle
nan of character aud responsibility, is a suifl.i ■ ■
•carantoo to the afflicted.
BKIN DISEASES SPEBDILY CURED.
Penons writing Bhoiad be particular IntUrooi ■
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Baltimore Lock Hospital,
aagft-Xy Baltimore, Maryland.
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Author of "Klementa of Agriculture," "Draining
for Profit and for Health," and formerly
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LARGE FAMILY BIBLES, BIBLES, BIBLES.
CARPETS. CARPETS, CARPETS.
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FRAMES of ail description and Btyle made oil pro
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money by calling at the store, or purchasing from
Nob. Sand 10 Eighteenth St.,bet.Main aad FrauhUo
Richmond, Va., and 191 Main St., Lynchburg, Va
tllghlr Concentrated Fluid Extract ol
THE GRKAT UKALTH REBTOKBK.
KO QUACK MEDICINE—FOB MULA AROUND
PUFABID lOLII.T IT
DR. J. J. lawrbhiik,
STRIKES AT THB ROOT OF DISEASE BY PU
RIFYING THIS BLOOD, RESTORING THB
LIVER AND KIDNETB TO A HEALTHY
ACTION, AND INVIGORATING THB
This is the locret of Its WONDERFUL SUCCB9B !•■
Scrofula, Sy|ihllU, Dyipep.lß,
IVER COMPLAINT, CHRONIC RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, ERUP
TIONS OF THE SKIN, HUMORS, LOSS OF
VIGOR, DISEASES OF KIDNEYS
AND BLADDER, AND ALL DIS
EASES CAUSED BY A
BAD STATE OP THE BLOOD,
OR A DISEASED CONDITION OF THB
IVER, KIDNEYS, XEKVOUS BTBT EM,*_
thoroughly ERADICATES every kind of Unmet
nd Bad Taint, and restores the entire system to a
THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CHANGED BY THt
SE OF THIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK, SIl :KLY
'FFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, HEALTHY
ND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN.
Klo Medicine has attained such a GREAT RKPU
TION as this justly CELEBRATED Compound,
pproveil by the Highest Medical Au*
ndorsed und rocouimeded by the President of the
Faculty of tlie K. Medical College of tbe
City of New York.
PlloF2B3oa R. 8. NEWTON, M. D..
ofessor and President ofthe Faculty, late "Pr
feasor Theory find Practice" of Medicine,
>ne ofthe most eminent men of his ago—w*h
own aa tho author of the following standard modi
works: NEWTON'S* "PRACTICE OF MEDI
\'E," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN," "NEWTON _
MES BURQERY," Ac, in Docembor number o.
1 nericau Medical Review—page 277, Bays:
* Among the more recent efforts to introduce pop
i arly some of tho now remedies, we notico a new
oj.*nr__*ion compounded by J. J. LAV*"*:. V'(' "_.
~ o) Norfolk, Va., which in furnished to the profee
u mid the public in any dosired quantity. We re
tly examined his Laboratory, and became fully
sfttid that all hia work ia done in the best mauner, j
the most approved process, and from the beat ma
ials, giving as a result a medicine meeting tbe
nflden.e of tho physicians and the pnblio."
OSKOO CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST
Rom \. W. Mills, a prominent and well-known nier
chant of Norfolk, Ya.
No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Ya., Sept. 15,186-». ,:
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Yonr Coskoc
worked wonders in my family. My daughter hat
n a sufferer from Scrofula since chiidhuod. She
.os : thirty-one pieeoH of bono from hor ankle, neveral
n her arm, besides having ulcers in several part*
> ;he body. Whilst in this condition she commenced
•ft Ing your Koskoo—it acted like a charm on her;
dor its nso the nloars gradually healed, and her
eneral health greatly improved. It certfiinly saved
er much sufferlug, and perhaps hor life. I regard
uskoo a specific for all scrofulous affections. Your
onk.o also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from which
(te suffered greatly. She ia now in bettor health
t iau she haa been iv five years.
With the highest regard,
I arc arrfttefnlly yours, Ac,
I A. W. MILLS,
i endorsed by tho best physicians overy- I
ad the following from Dr. Tillery,a eno
titioner of many yearn ttabding la tht
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., .
September 10,1809. J
IA WHENCE— Dear Sir: I have nseo
itrated Fluid Extract of Koskoo. in my
\t tho happiest results. I find it to he I
Liver Invigornfor, Ulood Purifier, and I
tiio. In all diseases of the Liver, Srcofn I
itic.and Nervous Affect tone, it is a remodj I
value; in fact, iv almost overy vu**iet}
Diseaße is use its Indicated. Hoping yon
ita the success which you deserve as a
er of reliable medicines, I am, sir, witb I
Yonr obedient servant,
R.C. TILLERY, MD. |
CURES CIIRONIO RHEUMATISM.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7,180 P.
LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son haa re
ich benefit from yonr wonderful Koskoo
>t refrain from expressing my gratitude.
.Imost everything without benefit. I be-
that your Koskoo is an infalli
for tho disease from which he has suffered,
s I can learu, has never failed. If yoc
he immense amount of suffering he haa
then you could conceive the value of sncl
Koskoo—that surely euros. The great
;oeditisnow doing among ns is Inesti
I am, respectfully yours, Ac,
Mis. if. H.A.NKLBCN.
bllowiug from Mr. Worable, a promtnen*
.erchaut of this city :
Na. 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va*.»
October 13,1860. )
RENOS—Dear Sir: To tho large num
loniala which you offer to the great effl
■ Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding mj
fferod greatly with Nervous Debility
OM of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Koe
me to health.
'. W, EC. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle
Portsmouth, Ya., October 26,18ttt.
certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well.
lonian of cultivation, and worthy of thf
ieuco. I have used his Koskoo with ad
lysoll, r.ud have adopted its use in my
*m of nervous debility and depression.
Lloyd, a Physician of largo practice.
Great Bridge, Ya., October 8,1861).
R BNCE, M. D.—Dear Sir: I choerfnll
f Koskoo aa being a most valuable prep,
m examination of the formula, I iin.
out highly extolled by our best aud moi
iltaieM investigators. I have tested i i
/ own practice, and have no hesitation 1
recommending it. In my opinion, it is tbe host com
pound of its data ever put beforo tho public—ex
I ding by far all the various compounds of saraapi *
a, Ac, ever invented. It is a decided Nerve Ton c
I of the animal forces, aiding dige*
2 and assimilation, and thereby producing health
blood, which should be the basis of treatment iv a
chronic diseases. Hoping you will roup the rewai
yon deserve from the public as a benefactor,
lam air,yours truly,
After reading the above bitch recommondatioßs, In
valida cannot reasonably hesitate to give tbe KOf
from Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors, Drag
gilts, Merchants. Ac, see KOSKOO AIMANAO for
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I Machinery, Ac.
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WM. B. COOK —. CO.
I With improved facilities and with a doterm.n.tion
to please in prices and stylo of work, we respectfnlly
ask from the people of Richmond, Virginia, and the
generally, a fair share of patronage.
Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and Cellar
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Corinthian Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win
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Gas and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods for
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We also manufacture together with the above
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no It)— 8 m
jk f ARVIN _ PATE«T
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MARVIN A CD..
A. S. BTOK-S A CO., Agt..,
1131 B. Cary Street,
HM. SMITH A CO.,
I MANDFACTURISB OF
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SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES I
The very best arrangement ever introduced for
raising wutor from wells or cisterns. Of the seven
thousand already sold, urt one has over failed to
give porfect and ont'ro jatisfiictfon. If, after a
month's trial, tha purchaser thinks he had rather
havo a pump, a sweep or old-fashioned windlass, we
will take back th. WELL FIXTURE aud refund the
money. It Is adapted to wells of auv depth, and la
sold for TWENTY- DOLLARS, ull complete and ready
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER.
The Peculiarities of this Machine: Ist. It is small;
it occupies butlittlo mole room than a common
wash tub. 2d. It is easily workod ; a feoble woman
may sit down and work it; a little girl can stand
and operate the wabhor. 3d. It secures all tho well
kuowu benefits of usiDg suds boiling hot. The haud
need not touch tho wntor, either iv washing or
wringing, with the Universal Clothes Wringor at
tached; henco it cleanses ordinary linen iv a few
moments, at a single c Deration, and tho woist parte
of collars aud wriatbaruts so effectually, 'hat seldom
any, and never but little, rubbing is necesrary
There is no exaggeration in this statement, if the
machine la used according to directions.
Prices: Wringor, $9; Washer, $15. Thus a com
plete Was'jer and Wringer, ouch the best of ita class,
is obtained for $24. Every family iv the land should
CATALOGUES FOR 187 i.
As the limits of an advertisement will not allow
of descriptions of tho various Agricultural Imple
ments and Machines we manufacture, we invite alt
farmers to send us their postofliee address, so that
we may sond them our new Illustrated Catalogue oi
ninety pages, which is full of information valuable
to every farmer, aud is published for gratuitous cir
culation. 11. M. SMITH A CO
no 2—JAwtf Postoffice Box 8. Richmond, Va.
iS I BOH L A B
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It Is now understood by a lato decision ol th.
Ouitod States Court, that the TWO THOUSAND
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LARS specified by the Bankrupt Law, are exempt
for tho debtor and the person who now takee ad
vantage of the benign provisions of the Banl-rup
Law. This gives the debtor TWENTY-FIVE HUN
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propor proceedings in Bankruptcy he cuu be relieved
from the burthens uf anti-war debts, aud tho debts
left by tho casualties of the late war.
Persons wishing to take the nocessury steps to
avail themselves of theso provisions of the law, 'can
reoei ye all proper Information by calling on me in my
Omce, at. tlie corner c '"<»__ and Tenth
Streeta, rUchn>ond, Va.
I havo formed a burliness connection with Hon L
H. CHANDLER, and all letters of enquiry or' ou
professional bnetnaef of any kind, directed either to
me or to •-CHANDLER A MORTON," will be prompt
ly respondod to. r
All profesiilonal business will be diligently attended
to by tho firm in any of the Courts of the State or
Lato Judge Richmond City Circuit Conrt.
Richmond, Va„ April 13th, 1870.
Atf-MAJ. RO. G. BANKS, of Goochland, will
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HeSsr* try « c g_Mir
HAMILTON'S COMPOUHD TROCIIEB
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DYSPEPSIA AND RHEUMATISM,
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