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KMTOIt AND MANAGER.
So BHUf Mala street, ttidimonrt. Va
Official Paper for the Government
TUBBDAY BYE'S, MAUCH. 14, 1871.
Tin: State Journal has been de-ig
nated as tho official paper of the govern
ment in the State of Virginia, and has ac
cepted, liy lliis selection it is entitled to
publish all laws, resolutions aud treaties of
the (fatted States, and all official notices
pertaining to the general government in
anil comprehensive report of Senator
Greene. It represents tho views of a mi
nority of that eommitteo, and exposes
clearly a most (utrageous attempt to cheat
the people of a f.iir expression at the bal
lot-hox. The history of political trickery
contains several cases of this kind ; hut, we
believe i:i every caso the party tiniVrtaKlng
tbo fraud has been indignantly overthrown
hy its own members. There is a natural
sense of jus'ico, which abides in men.
which will not long rest under flagrant
public wrong. Tho obligation of a com
mittee on apportionment to make up dis
tricts of contiguous territory and of fair
average population, is clear and decisive.
If they fall in this, they are false to a
sacred truot, and dishonor themselves and
the body of which they are a part.
By the laws, and certainly among gentle
men, any act which deprives a citizen of
his vote is justly considered a crime. But
how shall we designate an apportionment
of members of the State Legislature!
which cuts off thousands from their fair
share of the representative influence We
have all a common interest in jnstico and
fair dealing. We say now and forever,
that wo would not by any apportionment
dimiuish tho Democratic majority by a
single vote, though that vote would carry
the State for us. Wo want elections car
ried by majorities fairly, after every
means have been taken to enlighten the
people. If it were in our power w« would
place tho leading newspapers of both
parties in tho hands of every voter, and
urge him to listen to speakers on both
sides of tho issues which now divide the
country. We would have meetings for the
study of political science free from partisan
influence and seek for the truth as it affects
tho commou weal.
Advices from Zurich, Switzerland,con
tain certain information of a serious riot
which occurred iv that city on Thursday
evening. A French mob collected on that
evening in the stieels of the city, and pro
ceeded to the quarters where a number of
French soldiers were detained as ptisoners,
with the purpose of setting them at, liber
ty. Tho Bwlsj troops were immediately
called out, and were soon at the scene of
the disturbance. An endeavor was made
to disperse the mob without bloodshed,
but proved futile, and the order to fire
was given to the troops. Tho command
was obeyed, and the mob, seeing tho exter
mination of the military, aud unable to
withstand the fire, quickly disperstd,
leaving seven of their number dead in the
street. A number of others havo also been
Potomac Fkuit Growers' Associa
tion.—Tbe Potomac Fruit Growers' Asso
ciation, after an experience of a year, have
entered upon the coming season with the
Following officers :J. H. Gray, of Falls
Church, Virginia, president; Chalkey
Gillinghatn, of Accotiuk, Virginia, first
vice president; John 11. King, of Wash
ington, second vice president; P. H. Fol
som, of Washington, secretary, and H.
Amidon, of Washington, treasurer. Pro
eßsor William Saunders of the Agricultural
department, is chairman of tho committee
on fruits; and Professor Thomas Taylor,
chemist, of Washington, is chairman of
he scientific committee.
Rhode Island will hold au election for
State officers on the sth of April, and the |
Republicans ate already in tho field with a
strong ticket. The great question at issue
in this little State is the question of trap
ping fish at tho month of Narragansett
bay, which is depopulating the waters of
its finny inhabitants.
New Hampshire holds its election to
day. The parties are very nearly bal
anced, and tho result, in the light of re
cent events, is rather doubtful. The
chances are in favor of tho Republicans,
who have latterly been makib'g a good,
Tho tornado that struck East St. Louis j
on Wednesday last passed through the lit
tle town of Fayette, Green county, HI., de
stroying the principal buildings, including
a church, a seminary and a saw-mill, and
also a number of .smaller structures. No
The award of the commissioner to as
sess damages agiiinst the California and
Pacific railroad lor cutting the track of the
Central Pacific in crossing at Saeramenta,
which allowed the latter $350,000, has
been set aside by Judge Dvvinelle, at San j
Francisco, as wholly unjust.
It is reported that the Pennsylvania
priety of finishing the tunnel partially
made at Cincinnati some years ago, in or
der to accommodate itself to the change
in the bridge, made necessary by an act of
A Liverpool journal is authority for the
story that a wealthy Englishman (Thomas
Dutton), recently deceased, left £2,000 in
A mountaineer, with §2,005; combatted
the hosts of tun in Kansas City, till he
had only the Aye dollar- left. lie lit aj
A "Woman': , tij,,„ St<>ve" is :
announced out Went, ■^■™
on one side of tho sheet.]
Who Get. the Money I
Tothe Editor of the Slate Journal I
" Brief pointed letters," etc., and, there
fore, I ask who gets the money which paj
When we bought Florida, Louisiana,
large slice ol Mexico, aud the icebergs o
Alaska, with tl.o glaciers thrown in, w
kuow who the money went to. Now, w
propose to buy tho whole of an indepeu
I dent nationality, owned by neither Spain
I Franco, Russia, nor yet by BaM, Glabra
or any other man ; and I would like t
j knew who pockets the pay ? It is a nic
j sura for somebody. When the country
I bought aud paid for, it is ours ; and, 1
I accordance with the old slave principle,
the negr» aud his property belonged to tho
purchaser, the possessions of the acquireel
I country will be ours as well as the country
I itself. No one supposes tho purchase
I money in coming back to our hands again
I after acquiring title. Dominica is a repub-
I lie and almost a democracy ; tho money
I morally belongs to the inhabitants, but it
would be impossible to divido it among
I them. What is to bo done with it V
Again : There has been much said
J about the "resources" of this country, but
I have not yet hoard whether or not
enjoys the "blessings," as somo crazy pol
ticians term it, of a national debt ; am
of course, if such is the case, I am entir
I ly in the dark as t j whether we buy
large increase) to our own present debt, b
sides tho addition which tho purcha
price of Dominica will ensure.
Do not understand from these two que
tions that 1 am opposed to tho policy o
annexation. So far as that is concerned,
am neutral—jutt as England was in ou
civil war, with a strong desire, which
I cannot give a reason for, that annexatio
I may be accomplished. These two que
I tions have suggested themselves to ni
and the first one seems to contain the gem
of a special Congressional committee f
I examination. T. Jeums, Jr.
J Fruit Cnlture—Tntißcce iv; a Fert
llzer aud Protector.
Keysville, March 12, 1871.
I Tothe Editor of the State Journal': .
The readers of your paper havo reasi
to thank you fur the useful and interestin
editorial on tlie subject of "Fruit Gultu
lin Virginia." One such practical artio
is worth a thousand columns of politica
I quarreling ami wrangling. Continue
I follow up this communication with othe
of a similar nature, and you will soon o!
tain a greater degree of influence ant
popularity for your paper than its mos
sanguine admirer could anticipate.
' In your reference to the Bystem of cult
valing and manuring, you have left out tl
most valuable of all tree fertilizers am
protectors ; aud if you have never tried i
I I am sure one experiment alone wou
satisfactorily demonstrate its admirable
j properties. I mean tobacco stalks am
stems. They may bo applied by bein
scattered thickly around the root of th
I free and dug in the soil, or they may b
heaped up around the base of tho trco, ant
left to the action of the air aud rain, whic
will soon decompose them, and will furnis
a supply of food for the young tree. On
happy effect of the application of the to
bacco stalks is, that it completely destroys
all insects of every kind that often damage
and sometimes destroys the young tree.
I havo Hid occasion, to apply the above
to various kinds of frnit trees and always
with the happiest results. Tho free be
comes strong and healthy aud a vigorous
growth is the result.
In a large section of the State this ap
plication would cost nothing as the tobacco
stalks aro not uufrequently left (alter
"stripping") iv large heaps around tho
MINORITY REPORT OF SgNATOR R. Q. tIREENE I
Senate Chamdm, 1 j
■: Richmond, Va., 11th March, 1871. f
The undersigned the minority of the Senate
Committee on Privileges and Elections, beg !
cave to submit the following report:
The bill heretofore introduced by a majority of tha
' -nii.iu !•, being House bill No. -234 entitled, "a bill
o distribute aul apportion representation in th.
i.neral Assembly of Virginia" is, iv my judgment,
i plain violation of tha 13ch Section oi the Gab.
.rticle of the Constitution of this Commonwealth,
r hicb, among other things, requites that the Btate'
t tail be diTided into representative districts of cm
ignous, counties cities be*ng compact n
nrai, and including.' 'as nearly as may be
an equal number of population "
The uistricts as provided for by tho bill reforroil
o, are not compact nor have they, as near as may
is, an equal number of inhabitants. A ciuiimou
itio of population 10 representation is not preserved.
But on the contrary, in some of the districts, as pro
vided for, the inhabitants thereof, are givon ttire*
mes as large a representation as tho same number
of inhabitants in another district are ontitled to.
oris this gross imiiuulily unavoidable or utcea-
I apportionments are abitrary, unjust, and
do with reference to the party politics of
litanti. Anil in proof of the foregoing
it.- ul l' vis invited to tho following ij!.,
■aula county, having a population of 11,.
io delegates, being one for each 6,861 in
while Norfolk county, having a population
las but one delegate, being one to 16,88.!
i, or about one third of ttie ratio of 'tlie
ion granted in SpotUiylvania county,
icratic candidate for State Senate Hon.
rndon, received at lhe last election IMS
lottsylvania connty, while his opp.ue.-.t,
ica. candidate, roceivd only 889 votes!
c Teamoh, the Republican candidate for
or at the same olection received ia Nor
y, *i,btf vnteß, while tho Domocrutic
scoived only * 1,468 votes.
tf of Hlaud, bavins- a population of 4,002
.is givon one delegate, while Charlotte
iug a population of 14,513. is given only
a. The Hon. James M. French, tho Demo
dato for .State Senator, received In the la-t
Ulaud couuty, 346 votes, while the Repub
late received only 'iH votes. The Hun. J.
I, the Republican candidate lor the Stato
jived in Charlotte couuty, 1,664 votes
smocratic candidate received 1,118 votes!
ty of llreone, having a population of
ren one netegate, while the county of
nd, having a population of 12,%7, is gi ieu
e;egate. Tho Hon. R. s. Iloasley, the,
candidate for Stato senator, received in
ty at the last election 577 voles, while
it, the Republican cnudMate, received
tos. The Hon. J. W. It. Bland, the Ro J
ldidat. for State senator, at the last .lee-
I in Prince Edward county 14114 votes,
Jomocratic opponent received but 910
y of Giles, having a population of 6(*S4
ie delegate, while the county of Goocli
u population of 10,314, Is given only oue
t the last election Hon. Kiliunnd Pondle
ratic State senator, received in Giles
otes, while his Republicau opponent re
. 124 votes At the last election Hon W
P. Moseley, Republican State senator, received 1 385
votes in Uoochland county, while his Democratic
competitor received .nly 82h votes.
The county ol Warren, having a population of 6 7JI
la given oue delegate, while the dry of Portsmouth
haviug a population of lii,s'.HS, is given hut ono dele
gate. The Hon. John E. Roller, Democratic Btate
senatur, received at the fast election iv Warren
county 401 votes, while his Republican competitor
iivielved 110 votes, The Hon George Teamoh, at the
£ame election, receive lln Portsmouth city *l,ooli
votes, while his Democratic opponent received *7uO
Clarke ..miily, haviug a populatiou of 6.670 i-,
given olii del,gate, while the couuty of Henry, hnv-
Ing a population of U,;!-.-l, has Lut one delegate —
The Bon. W. I). Smith, Democratic seuator, recti i, •
Iv Clarke county at the lait election 677 votes, while
III* Republican coinnetinr roe he 1 only 456 votes
The Republican candidate for State senator received i
at lhe last election iv the c ,uuly of Henry 943 vote,
while the Hon James Patterson, Ins Democratic com
petitor re eived 506 rotaa,
Midd.e-. si. u„ly, having a population of I 911, is j
given om, dsisgst., troll* Dlnwj ldl«, hav.ng a popn
latio. of 11 767 is giv--n but one delecat". Hon
Win. K. Petriu, Democratic State senat-r, r.ceiv-ii
ai to. i».l c ecllou m Middlesex county 47« v>u»,
while his Republican competitor received 461 vote*. I
W > 89.
Jforthunibf-rland county, having w popnlation of |
I 0,865, ia givtm one delegate, while Urnnsu Ii Kcount*,
I having a population of 1 :'.,42T, hss only one <1 legate.
I Hon. Merriwether I.owi3 ( DeniOc:atlc senator, at tho
1 Imt election received in tferthumberlend cnnntv
7*2 votes,,vthllehi-- Republican opponent received 521
; votes Hon. Wm. I*. Austin, Republican State pena
i tor, received t\t the T.ist election in Brunswick coun
ty 1,0*58 votes, while his Domonratic opponent re-
I cvfved 925 votes.
King Ucorg<* county, hating a population "f 5.713,
j Is civ on one delegate, while York and James City
count if a together, having a population of 11,622, is
•riven only one delogate. Hod. Merriwether Lewis,
Democratic penator, received at the last election front
King George connty 510 votes, whilo his Republican
opponent received 610 votis. Tho Republican candi
date! lor Slate senators received at the sa-i c elec
tion from toe cottntie* of York and James City 1,196
voter, while their Democratic opponents received 861
Mathews connty, havirg a population of 6,205, fa
given one delegate, while Buckingham, having a
population of 13,371, liaß but one delegate. Hon. W.
L. lVrriu, Democratic State senator, reOtived at tho
last election iv Mathews county 0 9 votes, while hiß
Republican eppocent received 356 votes, uon. Frank
sloes, Republican State senator, received in Bucking
ham connty nt the last election 1,414 vote, while
his Democratic opponent received 1,196 vote*.
We find, then, that tho twenty districts roferred
to above, give tbe follow) eg results when aggrega
Tho ten Republican districts containing a popula
tion of 12 t-,«2ti souls are given ten delegate?, while
the ten Democratic districts having a population if
only 62,214 souls are given eleven delegate* I It is
believed that the annals of parti/an legislation no
where exhibit a case of unjust aud partisan discrimi*
cation io monstrous a* this f It defies a parallel ; aud
Is as subversive of tho Constitution as of the liberties
•f tho people. If this nnjnst discrimination was not
designed, culpable mid in so careless, in
considerate and otherwise monstrous that it ought
nut to receive tho support of any body of jatriotic or
It is truo that a critical examination of the bill
referred to, will show that in a very few instances, a
like nnjust dlscrtmtfiatton has been made against the
inhabitants of Democratic counties.
For example : Montgomery cennty, with a popula
tion of 12.604, is given tint one dolegite ; while Staf
ford connty, with a population of 6,421, is givea one
delegate. Such cases, however, ouly show that the
purpose to deny the peaple of a just representation,
was bo fixod and dotcrmiucd that it would uot halt,
although it became necessary occasionally to outrage
tho rights of political friends.
Itisalsotruo that in somo cases a like unjust dis
crimination is made in favor of a Republican county.
Bat tun instances are rare. For example: Lancaster
county, haviug a population of 0,350, is given one
delegate, while tho Democratic connty of tee, having
a population of 13,209, is given only one delegate,
which c%n only be accounted for by supposing that
the authors of the apportionment were so blinded as
to ovorlook In their mad zeal such powerful consti
tuencies as thatof Lee. Thoir zeal outran their dis
Again, this apportionment divide-? tho delegates as
follows : Democrats, 94 ; Republicans, 38. That
is, although the Democratic party had a majority nt
thfelnst State election of ls\ooo,oiia total voto of 220,
--000, they aro given more than two-thirds and nearly
three-fourths of the whole representation.
Agiin. In Republican counties, taking the whole
State at largo, It requires one-tenth Iff re popul i»iou
to secure a delegate, than it dues In Democrat c
But perhaps the mo.it startling exhibit cf thin
remarkable bill is found by comparing titty counties
which are entitled to one delegate each, and arrang
ing them according to population \julhoHt regard ti
politics, we have this result: Twenty-five ot these
countioUiave a population of 307 864, while tho other
twenty-five counties have an aguregate population of
171,141, and yet thoy have the same number of dele
Tho Senatorial apportionment of the bill reported
by tho majority of the committee has the samenniqst
discrimiuatious. For instance: The Democratic dis
tricts, composed ot the counties of Lee, Wise and
Buchanan, with a population of 21,843, is given one
Senator, while the Republican district composed ot
he counties of Chesterfield, Amelia and Cumberland,
is entitled to only ono Senator tor 30,558 lnhahitauts'
Itichmond city aud the county of Henrico form a
Democratic district of 66,270 inhabitants, and is
;iven three Senators, or oue for each 22,092 inhabi
aot«, while tbo Republican counties of Oh'ailstteanl
Mecklenburg, aro put together to form one district
with a population of 05,557 inhabitants, and given
only one Senator.
The Democratic county of Campbell, with a popu
atioH of only 21,559 inhabitants, is givon one Senator
rhile the counties of Buckingham, Appomattox, and
'rince ICdward, are put together so as to form a
lepublicau dißtrict with 31,330 inhabitants, and
givon only one Seuator.
Now aggregating tho six Senatorial districts given
above, and we find tho following result:
The three Democratic districts contaiuiug a popu
ation of 109,078 souls aro givon five Seuators. while
ho three Republican districts with a population ot
. 06,746 souls are allowed only three Senators, nearly
an equal number of population, bat grossly un
equal in Senatorial representation; or in other works
it takes 35,581 Republicans to entitle the inhabitants
of tho districts named to a Senator, while it only
takos 21,935 Democrats to entitle tho inhabitants to
Another remarkable feature of the Senatorial ap
portionment in the bill referred to, is, that by an
arbitaryact of the Goneral Assembly there will ho
orced upon the peaple of certain counties, represen
ativosin the Semite, in the election of whom they
lad no voice whatever.
Section 3rd of article sth of the consiitution pro
vides that Senators elected in districts bearing odd
numbers shall vacate their offices at the end of two
years, and those elected in distrlotl bearing even
numbers at tho end of four years. But the bill pre
>ared by the majority of tho committee, places cer
aiu countio?, whoso Senators go out of ofilco this
ear, into districts with certain other counties where
enators reside who will hold over under the con
titution. By this means the voters of tho following
ounties will be deprived ef their constitutional
pight to elect their Senators: Buckingham, Ap
pomattox, Mecklenburg, New Ke-t, Highland and
Again: By the bill referred to, the district com
posed of the counties ot Buckingham, Appomattox
and Prince tidward will be deprived altogether of
representation iv the Senate from tho close ot this
session of the General Assembly until the election
to be held on tho Tuesday succeeding tho first HK-n*
*.y in November, 1873.
And again: The counties of Chesterfield and
.in- Jia each have a Senator that holds over under
he constitution. Vet, both are put into ono district
hat is to be entitled to only one Senator.
The undersigned feels it to be his duty to cntsr his
rates* against tne manner in which this bill comes
before The .senate. It is reported from a majority of
the commi'tee without having received that con
deration which its great importance demands. It
ras presented to the Committee on Privileges and
Elections for tho first timo, iv printed form, by the
chairman at a meeting of tho committvo held last
Thursday morning. After a iewrlight verbal amend
ni'.ntß, and withuui the bill even lnving been reftsl
iv committee a motion Waß submitted uud carried
that lhe hill be reported.
The undet signed asked for further time to carefully
examine tho bit), so that if he did not agree with the
report about to bo made, he might picture a minor
Ity report, lo«| to have it go before the Senato at
the sumo time with the majority report but it i . -
refused. Ho was told he ceitid present a minority
On the submission of the majority report to the
Senate, attempts were made t ) push the bill through
on the day of, and the day succeeding its presenta
tion without giving Senators timo for a carotnl ex
amination of the bill. It looks very much like an
attempt to smui/gte tho monstroue thing through this
body without giving its members time to investigate
its iniquitous details. And certainly giving no timo
for this very Impe-f.ct analysis oi the hill, which the
undersigned felt constrained to give as a part of his
tforthe reasons given, tbe uudot signed earnestly
recommends that the Senate do not pass the appor*
! tionment bill reported by the majority of the com
mittee ou Privileges and Eiestions.
He would reoommund tho adoption of the appor
tionment as given in tho present Constitution of this
This may not in all particulars be as juit an appor.
tlonm«nt as might bo made uuder tho new enumera
tion ; but it la as good as any that is likely to l-«
prepared at this late day in our lesston. Tbo people
have become accustomed to it, and no great hard
ship! will bo ielt. It is infinitely more just and
equitable than that proposed by a majority of the
In conclusion, the imdor-dgrioJ would report the
Very respectfully, r q GR^FNK
, —-»« aj.
Books and Stationary
TCurekst Gold Watch Co.
L. V. DEFORBST k CO., Jewele.-.s,
40 and 43 Bhoadway, New Yobe,
SOLE AGENTS FOR TIIK U. S.
have authorized them to sell their eswat e!C
-I'.HKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATOHEI forTHRM
DOLLARS, and to warrant each and every one to
keep correct time for one year. Thl| Wavb. wo
.uarantee to he the best and cheapest tinui-kocper I
that is uowjii us* la any dm of the glob*
works are iv double ca*e,, Ladies' aad Gent,
and are beautifully chased. The cases are mafia ,„• !
lhe metal now I'll widoly known in Kurop* as Alumi- i
-old. It has the exact oolor of Hold, which it I
alaajs r, -ailis; It will stand the test of the Btrorur.
est acids; no one cm tell it from Gold only 1,»
weight, the Alniiiiuuiu Qold betn, l-lfl H-I t;-r TI •
works a-e made by machinery, sani,. as tb* well
known aawteaa Watch. Thu Aluminum la. •
metal, hiiiu-p w* oau afford to sell tie Watih f.r $3 '
and make a small profit. We pack Hie Watch ea.'.lv
in a sm ill boi iiml lend it by i„, il to any part ot the
• receipt of t" 50; fifty cents for packing ami
|K*.lage. Address all orders to
■ vi ■ y X til way Conductors, Engineers ant
byRM, tlie most exacting of watsh wearers,
Ins thoroughly d-monMrated tbo strength, stead!
ness, duiability aud Accuracy of tho Wall ha
litisfy that class lv all thtso respects,
lOMUoB as to the real value of tbes
500,000 of thfso watches are now
homaelves in the pockets ot the peo
»nd a gnrrautee of their superiority
1 orgnnizition and great extent of the
inks at Waltham, enables them tJ pro
at a [trice which renders competition
ose who buy any other watch merely
jSO per cttit. moro for their watch
i-pieces combine every improvement
;porlence has piovcri of real practics
h?\d the refusal of uoarly every inven
■nmking originating iv this country or
ily those wero finally Adopted which
; by the most skilfull artisans in onr
ng uso ou the part of the public, de
be essential to correct and endurio
many improvements we would part
Ml and use of a centre -pinion of re
iction, to prevout damage lo tho trai
go of main-springs, Is original with th
teh Company, who, having had ihe re
mtrivames adopted Fog.j a patent piD
10 t-c.i and faultless.
i'l tempered hair springs, now uuiver
i by Watchmakers to be the best, are
ides of Waltham Watcheß.
n Watches havo dust proof caps, pro
vemeol from dust, and lessening tho
lio frequent cleaning necessary in other
tent stem-windur, or keyless watch is
ded success, and a grtat improvement
rinding watch in the American market,
i cheapest watch of its quality now cf
iblic. To those living in portions of
•tea where watchmaker* do not abound,
tho atiove mentioned improvenaeni
ensure accuracy, cleanliness, durabili
ience, must prove invaluable,
arks of tho various stylos made by th
a l * follows:
TATCII CO., Waltham, ITaw.
H CO., Waltham, Mass.
rVATOII CO., Crescont street, Walthan
TUACV A C-t., Wattham, Mus.
WATCH CO., Adams St., Walthan
IVATOir CO., Waltham, Mas?.
If CO., llwton, B M«Bs.
I spelling of these names carofnlly be-
Any variation even of a single letter,
ull leading jewellers. No watches re- ;
ed histoiy of watch making, contain
ul information to watch-wearers, sent
j on application.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
J. & 1\ COATS'
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMIiERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 Inclusive.
FOR SALE BY
ALL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
W.tsHmaroN, February 16,1871.
SOLDIERS OF 1812—The bill to pension soldiers
of the war of 1812 having become a law, I shall
be ready to forward forms of application as Boon as
the nocesßiry instructions are isiued by the Depart
ment. Address for particulars
R. W. DOWNMAN, Agent,
No. 412 Seventh streer.
I \R. 8. S. FITCH'S FAMILY PHYSICIAN; 90
A.J pages; sent by mail free. Teaches how to euro
all disoase* of the person; tkin, hair, eyes, com
plexion. Writo to 714 Broadway, New York.
A ORE AT OFFER.—HORACE WATERS, 481
J\ Broadway, N. V., will dispose of One Hundred
'IANOS, MELODKONS, anil OItUANS of six first
class makers, including Water.,', at EXTREMELY
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MPi).!iiS of rIYB OHNTB»nd ni-srardt.
rant In bankruptcy was issued against tbe estate ot
A. L. Lowe, of Henrico county, and State ol
Va., wbo baa been adjudgod a bankrupt on bis own
petition: That tbe payment of any debts, and tbe deli-
Tery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, aud tbe transfer of any proporty
by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of tho
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove bis debts,
and choose oue or more assignees of his estate, will
Ii at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
ond, Va., betore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Kegls
i the 20th day of February, 1971, at 10 o'clock
DAVID B. PAEKER,
—Tu2w P. 8. Marshal.
:S IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
at a warrant in bankruptcy has been issued by
d Court against the estate of L. Harvey k Co.,
rico county, and State of Virginia, in said dis
,bo have been duly adjudged bankrupts upon
ii of their creditors, and the payment of any
nd tbe delivery of any property belonging to
ukrupts, to them or to their use, and the trans*
ny property by them, Is forbidden by law. A
g of tbe creditors of said bankrupts, to prove
i.l.i 1:4, and choose one or more assignees of their
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to i o
at Richmond, before W.W. Forbo*, Esquire,
;r, on the 20th day of February, A. D., 1871,
'clock A. M.
-Tu2w U, B. Marshal.
T. M. Logan et als vs. .J. 11. Woodcock.]
Sl3 TO GIVE NOTICE:
lit a warant in Bankruptcy has issued against
tote ot J. U. Woodcock, of Henrico county,
fVa,whohas been adjudged a bankrupt on
ition of his crditors :—That tho payment of
bts, and tho delivery of any property belong
said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and
msfor of any property by him are forbid
law :—That a meeting of the creditors of the
nkrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one
s assignees of his estato, will be held at a
raf baukruptcy, to be holden at Richmom
ifore W. VY*. Forbes, Esq., Register, ou tin
y of February, 1871. Nt 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
fe 2—Thaw U. R. Marshal.
[Jameo Parks at als va. E. Boyio.j
THIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:—That n war ran
In bankruptcy bas»b.en Issuod against th
©state of E. Boyle, of Henrico co., and State of Va.
who has boon adjudged a bankrupt upon his creditor*
petitiou:-Tbat the payment of any dwbts, and the del
very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, t
him or for his use, aud the transfer of any propert
by him are forbidden by law : —That a meeting of th
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts
and choose one or more assignees of bis estate, wii
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holdou a
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register,
on tho 20th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock
DAVID 3. PARKER,
• 2— Th*.w U. S. Marshal.
100—I v voluntary.
[Juo. B. Cooper vs. S. Jones, Jr.J
npHU IS TO GIVE NoTICK:
J_ That a warrant tn bankruptcy
has been issuod against the estate of S. Jones, Jr., of
Henrico county, and State of Virginia, iv said dis
trict, who has boon duly adjudged a bankrupt upon
petition of his creditors:—That tho payment of an;
debts, and the delivery of any proporty belonging to
said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer
of any property by him, aro forbiddon by law:—Tha
a meeting of the creditors of Baid bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and choose ono or more assiguees of his
estate will be held at a Court of Baukruptcy to bo
holdou at Richmond, Va., before W. W.Forbes, Esq.,
on the 20th day of February, 1971, at 10 o'clock, A
DAVID ». PARKER,
fe 2—Th2w U. 8. Marshal.
, ; _ _
[Chaa. T. Sherry vs. F. M. Sherry.]
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
X That a warrant in bankruptcy has Issued
against the estate of F. M. Sherry, of Henrico coun
ty, aud State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on the potition of bis creditors :—That tLe ;
payment of any debts, and tho delivery of any pro- j
p ny belonging to said bankrupt, to bim or lor his j
use, and the transfer of any property by him, are
forbidden by law : —That a meeting of the creditors j
of said bankrupt, to prove their dobts, and choose I
one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of Baukruptcy, to bo holden at Richmond, Va.
before W. W. Forbes, Msq-, Register, on tbe 20th day
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID 11. PARKER,
fe2—Th2w U. 8. Marshal.
' 1 *HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—
X That on the 7th day of January, 1371, a
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tate of It. 11. Averetf, of Mecklenburg county
and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged i
bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the
payment ot any debts, and the delivery of
any proporty belonging to said bankrupt, to him
or for his uso, 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 eßtata, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
Richmond, Va., bofore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register,
on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
ja3l—Tu2w U. B. Marshal.
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
X That ou the 28th day of January, 1871, a war
rant in bankruptcy was issued against the estato ot
Maria Gibson, of Culpeper county, and State ol
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on her
own petition :—That the payment ol any debts, and
the deiiveiy of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for hi 4 use, and the transfer of any
property by him are forbidden by law:—That a
meeting of the creditors of said tankrupt, to prevo
their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Fcrbes, Esq,
Register, on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10
o'clock A. M.
Ja3l-Tu2w U. 9. MjjrjhaL
rp HIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE:
|_ That on tho 28:h day of January 1871, a
warrant in baukruptcy wns issued v, ;.in -t the
f*eta>« of Otho Hutton. of i lickii.gham cmuty, aud
State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a oa; k*
rupt on his own petition : —That the pa m< nt
of any dobts, aud tho delivery of any property be
bulging lo said bankrupt, to hhn or for his use and
tho transfer of auy property by bin, art forbidden
ty law :—That a mee'ii.g of tbo creditors of laid
bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose one or
uore assignees ot bis Mbtvtr*, v.ill be held at a Court
of Baukruptcy, to be hohien at Richmond, Va, b,>
fore W. W. Forbes, i'Vq., Kcpister, oi the 20th day
of February, I*7l, at In o'clock A. M.
• DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 31—Tu2w TJ. 8. Marshal.
THB KKVOLVING CHRitiTA^PKVtfUATIO
OF ROAHOKK, FLOYD AND MONTGOMERY,* 8
Pursuant to an ordor of lbs District Court of th*
United States for the district of Virginia, made In
the matter of Warfield Price, bankrupt, we shall, as
assignee, of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at th*
t'.urt-Houso door of Hoanoke county, Virginia, In
tho town of Salem, on
WEDNESDAY, THE Btb DAY OF M ARCH, 1871,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
lying In th» counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont
gomery, belonging to the estato of said bankrupt!
most of which is quite valuable, Sad land will I.
sold free of all lions and encumbraTicos.
TERMS—Ono-lhird of purchase money will lie re
quired to bo pail in cash; residue in two equal In
stalments of six and twelve mouths, the purchaser
giving bond, with good personal socnrlty, for the
deferred payments, and tho title rotalned until the
purchase money is fully paid.
Mi-KINBEY A BROWN, Assignors
ja 28—2aw3w of Warfield Prico, Bankrupt.
POSTPONEMENT.—The above sale la postponed
until the I7th APRIL, 1871. fo 11—td
A SSIONBM'S S A L E.
Pursuant to an order of B. B. Foster, Esq., register
In bankruptcy for tho second District of Virginia
mido in tho matter of J. 0. OOFEii, bankrupt, bear
ing date 11th February, 1871, the undersigned, as
slanee ol said bankrupt, will sell at public anction, at
the auction-houso or ielgh Bros. A Phelps, in the
city of Norfolk, on
SATURDAY, THE lrTCsf DAY OF MARCH NEXT
b'NCOLLKCTKD iiiXs AND EVIDENCE OF
DEBT, in his hands as such assignee.
Splendid lot of Hollow Ground Barbers' RAZORS,
Russia Leather STROPS, HONES, COMBS and
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TICE TO CONTRACTORS.—SeaIed proposals
will bo received by lhe undersigned at Richmond
Va., uutU 12 M. 28in MARCH, 1871, for the gradua
tion and masonry on one hundred and eight Hides of
this road west of White Sulphur Springs it being
all the remaining unfinished portion of the road not
now under contract. The work embraces 3,000 OCO
cubic yards in open cutting, 27,000 cubio yards In
tunnels, and 00,000 cubic yards of masonry, of all
classes, aud is to be completed MAY Ist, 1872. Pro.
files and specifications can be had after tho 14ia
MARCH, at the offices of the company, 61 William
stroot, New Yerk ; at Richmond, Va., and at Hun
tington, W. Va. Plans for and proposals lor build
ing the iron superstructure of tbe Now River Bridge
at Mdler's Ferry, Fayette county, VI. Va., will be
received at the same timo and place. There will be
two spans of 290 feet each, and two of 70 feet each.
Parties submitting m-opotali should see the site of
the bridge, where further information may be had
from the engineer in charge. This bridge must bo
comploted by DECEMBER, 1871.
fe 27—tMb26 Chiof Engineer C. A O.R.R.
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We havo added to our extensive Stock of choico
TEAS, a large invoico of
FRESH NEW-CROP TEAS,
only forty-live days in transit from Canton, via. Union
Wo offer good Teas, Black aud tlroen, at 60 cents
75 cents, and (1.00 per pound ; good* Coffee, six'
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COFFEE ROASTED daily for Grocers and hotels.
Old Dominion Steam Coffee and Spice Mills,
A NEW FRENCH DYE HOUSE
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EST Jinking Powder in tke WORLD, and it 11 Y££ EEL'? OX
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llauufuctnredbyDOOLEY & BRO'l.
Females, owing to the peculiar and Important re
lations which they sustain, their peculiar organiza
tion, and the ofUces thoy perform, are subject to
many sufferings. Freedom from those contribute la no
•mall degree to their happiness and welfare, for none
can bo happy who are ill. Not only so, but no ono
these various ferualo ceroplalnts can long be suffered
to run on without involving tho general health ol
the Individual, aan ere long producing porssanent
sickness aud premature decline. Nor is it pleasant
to consnit a physician for tho rolief of these varions
dellcato affections, and only upon tho most urgent
nocosslty will a true woman so far lacriflco her great
est charms to do this. The sex will thon thank us
for placing in their hands simple specifics which will
ha round efficacious Iv relieving and curing almost
every one of those troublesome complaints pecnlia'
to the b=
IMLMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCllU.—Hundreds
«nner on In silence, and hundreds of others apply
vainly to druggists and doctors, who either merely
tantalize them with the .ope of a cure or apply
remedies which make them worse. I would not wish
to assort anything that would do injustice to the
afflicted, but I am obligod to say that although it
may be prodnced from excessive exhaustion of tbe
powers of life, by laborious employment, unwhole
some air and food, profuse menstruation, tho me ol
tea and coffee, and froquont childbirth, it is far of
tenet- caused by direct Irritation, applied to the tug.
ono membrane of the vagina Itself.
When reviewing the causes of these distressing
complaints, It is most painful to contemplate the at
tendant evils consequent upon them. It is but sim
ple Justice to tbe snbjoct to enumerate a few of th.
many additional causes which so largely affect the
life, hoalth, and happiness of weman in all classes ol
society, and which, consequently, affect more or loss
directly, the welfare ef the entire human family.—
The mania that exists for precocious education and
marriage, causes the years that nature designed for
corporeal developement to be wasted and porvorlcd
In the restraints of dress, tlie early confinement ol
1 school, and especially iv the unhealthy excitement of
he ball-room. Thus, with the body half-clothed,
j and the mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervert
I Ing Is midnight revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruction is half
In consequence of this early strain upon her sys
tem, unnecessary offort is required by the delicute
votary to retain her situation in school to v later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When ouo excite
ment is over, another In prospective keeps th. mind
morbidly sensitive to impression, while tho now con
stant restraint of foshlonablo drees, absolutely for
bidding the exercise Indispensable to the attainment
and retention of organic health and strength; the
exposure to night air; the Budden change of tempe
rature, the complete prostration producod by exces
sive dancing, most, of necossity, produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage caps tbe cli
max of misery, and the unfortunate one, hitherto
so utterly regardless of tho plain dictatos and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes an unwill
ing subject of medical treatment. This is bnt r
truthful picture of the experience of thousands o
cur yonng women.
Long before the ability to exercise tho functiens or
tho genorative organs, thoy require an education of
their peculiar nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, 1 common with tbe fe
male breast and lips, evidently under the control ol
mental emotions and associations at an early period
of life ; and, as wo shall subsequently see, these emo
tions, when excessive, lead, long bofore puberity, to
habits which sap the very life of their victims eie
nature has self-completed their development.
for Female vVoaknesa and Dobilittr tVkites cr
Leucorrboaa, - oo I'rclu.o Menstruation, Exhaustion,
Too Long Continued Periods Prolapsus and Beat
ing Down, or Prolapsu Utori, wo offer the most per
fect specifio known : niLnr.ol.lT3 CoMpeuwn Ex
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Females iv every period of life, from infancy lo ex
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the discharge of its functions. Strength is the glory
of manhood and womanhood. Helubolu's Exi-raot
Buohv Is more strengthening than any of the pre
parations ef Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and mor.
pleasaDt. Ueuiuold'9 Ext&aoi Buoau, having re
ceived the endorsement of the most prominent Phys
lana In the United States, is now offared to afflicted
umanlty as a certain cure for the following diseases
and symptoms, from whatever cause originating ;
General Debility, Mcutal and Physical Depression,
mboclilty, Determination of Blood to the Head,
Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Reat
lessnesa and Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
oular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Ema
ciation, Low Spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis ol
the Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, In fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous aod
Debilitated state of the system.
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Dealers everywhere. Price SI. MIS per bottl., or
six bottles for 56.50. De'i.erei to any address.
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