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JIU DANIELS, Editor nnil alnnnurr.
'"■ Main Sr'Ki:r,.'. I,'k iimco., Viioivm
Biclnl Pnncr Ibr the Ova rrniiK-iit.
,*- i-:v"|.,m\i;," -mm; u;,"is;i.
v is no truth whatever in the re
resignation of Governor Cook, of
•isict of Columbia,
debt of the oily of Xew York has
ed in the last twenty-eight months
51,568.18. Thai of lhe city of l'hil
ia in tlie last l'..ii\ -tijiht months,
iv are between ten and twelve thou
togro voters in Pennsylvania. Per
ils, in a great measure, account* for
linth resolution" of tlie recent 11,0
.. is .-in unappreciated writer in Kich
w'io slionlrl go out into the world
r. it wirier lielil. Recently he sairl in
hig: "A Radical paper in the South,
ii- inflnencing public opinion goes, ia
a significant fed that Ihe "IVum
vi.tiiry" in New Hampshire, such
, was oActed hy the votes of original
fe-k>nged Aholitiouists, under ___
il "Labor Reformers," WW the
ra Democracy slick a pin there f
irnor Warmoth gave |300 for the re
the sufferers hy the overflow in New
s, and the Catholic Archbishop has
[ that the funds which it was in
to expend in a grand illumination on
th instant be applied to the same
Alexander .Mitchell, of Milwaukee,
Umber of Congress, is said to be
X up as the probable Democratic
ite lor Governor of Wisconsin. lie
to be the wealthiest mini west ofthe
md is president of all the railroads
special correspoliilenl inQooiwlanar>
oine curious facts concerning the
of (lie Ku-Klux iv that State. From
I'inciii. it will he seen that the Deino
f California are not the only ones
implnin of being ruined by Cheap
'the uneasy do-nothings oi'Georgia
ie lands now held hvthe more thrifty
;; so they are trying to get rid of
>y using the Ku-Klux machinery,
'respondent shows how these "low
:aeople," as they are called, make
ixism possible and long-existing,
frceltooting newspapers thnt rail
Ives independent, ami which are to
•at body of journalism what the
s ami stragglers were to the grand
of the Republic, find themselves
iw without a mission or a field,
o they hate been content to prc
qnusi Republicanism, criticising our
tea ami policy, but recognizing the
>f our principles. The mm- depar
the Democracy has carried that
irwaril to this position, hence the
*y of the independent press.
Hen 11. Hill's presence at the din
n hy Gov. Bullock to Senator Cam-
I other Northern Republicans a few
iuce at Atlanta has furnished the
(..a.) 't'elegriiph aad. Messenger a most
[ veritication th.-il times change and
inge with them, and it at least half
arvebsa between the people of this
1 that pi-'jce and accortl so much
might not now he S o deep and <a i.le
er bittcrwordsV.cn spoken on both
Irs. Partington of Sydney Smith's
'appears in Europe—not sweeping
c waves of the Atlantic with her
hut protesting against one of the
of the great struggle which has
nutated in Prance, lion. Ullrich,
nave defense of Strasbourg has
n lame, desires to be returned to
emhly, in order that he may con
protest against the annexation of
.' to Germany. We adnm-e the
icy of the old soldier, hut his
ami courage can he better used
he ineffective protests he craves.
i"ade has reconsidered his detenni
>t lo accept the gubernatorial nomi
) Ghio. In a letter to the Cincin
ette he is satisfied he put the case
ugly in arriving at that conclusion.
eiing how tinnly and generously
t Republican party of Ohio stood
iir eighteen years,'.luring the most
t and perilous period of our hi.
considers that, should the'conven
in it essentia! to success that he
>c their slandard-beai-er, he could
ley their mandate without base in
. lie hopes, however, that other
stent candidates than himself may
show which way the wind blows.
7 manifestation ofthe people's will
lis, however insignificant, revaali
of popular sentiment:
ngusttis Brandegee, Republican,
id mayor of New London, Conn.,
by a majority of 14S. The City
iho ha- a majority of Republicans.
iblicans had not carried the cil\
■ fourteen years,
•orge 11. Thomas, Democrat, was
ayor of Watcrbury, Conn., ,\|.ni
si majority of -Jo.' The Republi
ted a huge majority of the Coin
ncil, ami all the city officers except
>r. Democrats carried the filt
hy a majority of 200.
_pt iv Sci.-n....
Ie linn of sex in the medical pro
not yei settled, ami probably
he until il .is arranged ou thepiiit
ju.-liec and common sense. The
itti.-t Medical Society meeta al
>ort to-day, 'and an effort will be
dome of the most liberal and most
- physicians of the State to effect
f the rule whteh prohibits incin
a association from consultingwiih
■inn teaching them, and from cou
th physicians who do, on pain of
II is io he honed that this silly
lother day will be promptly dis
IStion of the education of women
ai~ no longer an open one. Peo
iH discuss ibe propriety and the
f woman studying medicine and
ut the fact is now beyond their
'here arc several respectable
llegi-s devoted to the education of
this profession, and it is impossi
■ strictest conclave of tlalens lo
lad that well-trained and accoui
aoton an coming out of them
. It is merely an exhibition of
ite for the learned gentlemen to
ill not recognise these ladies a,
-. 11 will not materially injure
1-iloiXoi's. Those who wish to
in will do so with all the mote
heir fiiM.rit.-s are thus made the
stupid ami illiberal proscription,
.-al case, where a physician hail
consult with a respectable fo
ir, tbs patient should tlie with
if that refusal ringing in the ears
', it requires no gift of prophecy
to tell us on which side will he the gratitude
and on which side the resentment.
It is this question, whether tlicy shall
brutally adhere to ■ moldy tradition, io the
• i!-ailvaiita.'_-i- of ihe profession ami the dan
erof it- ■ i. i., or gracefully admit whal
everybodj knows—that there are ladies
and mi. -. isvi'ul way. When they have done ,
that, they can betake themselves with tl c :
j..i to lb.- expiration of Charlatanry
in all its branches. Noonc will understand
thai in what The Tiihvne haa said on this. J
Inbject there is any justification for the iv -
wholesome quacks who at once distrraee tl c
honorable mimes of woman and physician. ]
l.i-i the rale of qualification be as strict li r
the one flex aa tlie other. I*t science and
not sex be the criterion to judge them byj
Despite some temporary inconveniences,
we are assured that more pood than harm
will result from the entry into the ranks of j
the rc'c.ilar faculty of those clever and de
voted women who have surmounted so
many obatadea to prepare themselves for
their work. Hut there should be no ele
ment of gallantry or compassion inlroduccl
into the consideration of Iheir rases. We
ask,fcr (licin, aa they ask for themseWea,
nothinjr but justice," administered with a
ilue regard to the interests of the afflicted
and no tenderness whatever to the camb
ium physicians cannot afford to ask for
more; tlie Pennsylvania Medical Society
cannot afford to grant less. It may fail to
meet the issue now ; but it will only have
the more of its own words to cat anil of its
own perversity to undo' in the certain and
Traicler- arc always liable to sudden attack*
Oi Ojrsentery and Chotsnt Morbus, and these or
eiii-ritig when _____ from home, are very nn
pfcaj ant. The PAIN KILLEB may always be
relied iii-on in Mat cases. As soon as you feel
the symptoms, lake one leaspoonfiil in a gill of
n.-w milk and molasses and a gill of hot water,
stir well together and drink hoi. Ecponl the dose
e\ mjf hour until relieveil. If flic pain be spypre,
belli', the bowels and back with the medicine
Iv cases of Asthma and Pythiaic, take a lea
siKxnifitl in ti gill of hot watersv.ecicnod well with
molasses: also bathe the flu-oat and siomach
faithfully with the medicine clear.
Dr. Sweei sa\ s ii takes out the soreness in cases
of honescttins-faster ilian anything he ever ap-
Fishei-men, so often exposed lo hurts by having
j their skin pierced wiih hooks, and tins of ilsh.
I can be relleved'hy binning with the Pain Killer
"in as the accident occurs; in this way the
I .inis-nisli a soon abated ; bathe as often as once
I Aye minutes, say three or four times, and yo
will seldom have any trouble.
The bites tntd scratches of dogs and cats art
cured by bathing with the Pain Killer clear.
S.-e printed directions, which accompany each
Price 2o cents, M cenis and *1 jmm- bottle.
Sold by all Druggist...
| rpilE BRIDAL (IIAMBKH,
ESSAYS Fill! YOPNO MEN, on great SO
i CIAE EVILS and ABUSES, which interfere
with MABIIIAGE—with sure means of relief for
. the erring and unfortunate, diseased and debili
■ fated. Sent free of charge, in sealed envelopps
Address 110WABI) ASSOCIATION, No. 2 si
Htnth street, Philadelphia, Pa... my 11—3 m
COB- MAHSIIALI, AND COLLEGE STS.
il. I). TALIAFERRO, M. D., Medical Sup't.
Medical and Singles! Staff, the Proesfsors of the
Medical College of Ytrgtnia.
The hidldlng is situated in a quiet, central pari
of the city, and convenient of access to all the
business centres, depots, kc. It contains large
anil well-ventilated wards and comfortably-fur
All cases requiring medical or surgical aid ad
mitted except the insane and those laboring un
der contagious disorders. Suitable accommoda
tions anil experienced nurses provided for women
(Ilioluding board, medical attendance
invariably in advance , ac
A small additional fee is charged for surgical
operations. Liberal terms will be made wilh
churches, benevolent associations, aud cormra
tiuiis. for the care of their sick by lhe year-—pay
ments to he made monthly or quarterly.
For further iaformatioirbr admission, apply at
the inlirm-.rrv. Ip
11. C. TALIAFERRO, M. 1).
| A LE ALIVE.
HAYED BY CHEAP GROCERIES
4 Dis: O. Gr. JAVA COFFEE for -. ;
.". ll.s. LAGVAYRA COFFEE for *l ;
tl fcs. 810 COFFEE for* I :
I ». good BLACK TEA, Il ;
1 ft. goorl GREEN TEA, »1
The smallest slot-.—the largest stock—the
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE CO.,
je IS—3ni corn.-,- Main and Ninth .streets.
■VJ'EtV YORK FASHION*.
The ladies are iuvilerl to cullaud examine Hie
Ir M nE B F ASHION s.
Latest styles ol
Bt.'TTERICKS PATTERNS FOB SUMMER
These patterns are to lie had only at the olßce
i of the
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
**'2Z Main Street,
i J. F. McKENNEY. .1. V. McKENNEY
I niv \oi i:
AM n l.i»i\«'.
Aud everything In the domain or yvoodtrim
, MINOS for I'iii.dini's. of
'.'•a Third Aye., corner Tweui'. frPventh Street,
Ilii-i ire the Be-t and Cheapest in market
my -•:- d&wMin
t ITEVriON, BUILDERS!
SA\']•', VolT! MONEY'
Call and examine my large stock of GRATE
I'Rl l.NTS—the clieapesi In the city.
PLUMBINGS TINNING, GAS and STEAM
FITTING made a specially at No. 82.1 Main and
MO Broad street, \v. J. ANDERSON.
1 1.1. Till: TYPE WITH WHICH THIS
__ PA PUB is PRINTED, was east at the
(ouadrj 11 L PELOUZE * CO.,
. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIOKEERING, &c.
E. B. N E W B U R N,
.' - *
No. 1014 Main Street, * '
(FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY THE BANKING-HOUSE OF WILLIAM M. SUTTON k CO..)
PAYS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
AUCTION SAIXS FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, *C.
BdT MONEY LOANED ON CITY REAL ESTATE^*
•'• * I * ■ ' I * I" I a I at j t> I ■ i, tTTM B71 i -. tTiTi .. .-, . ,,
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milmaajy's; AMHion >>. -4 t
tttSypk,itft. " ..
/?K A4 TiT.c &■ TURNER, Surveyors.
aVg'LOTS IN HOLLADAYS ADDITION TO THEICITY OF'RICIIMOND,
On tbi: Co.rri.vtfATio.v or Lbiuh axo Ci.ay Sthkhts.
MT FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. Apply,,, T ™ NEIGHBORHOOD IS RAPHILY IMPROVING.
•*""*■ ' E. B. NEWBURN, 1014 Main Street.
C. l, . A DAY FOR ALL. with Sinicll Tools.
tjpll ) Adrlress A. E. GIAHAM.
«qnK A MONTH. Horse and Carriage
furnished, Expenses raid.
11. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
4 MILLION DOLLAR!.*.
Shrewtl but quiet men can male a fortune by
revealingthe secret of the busine* to no one.
Address ALBEIT WHITE,
688 Broadray, New York.
JW. VANNAMEE, M. »., snccessfnllv
• treats all classes of Clnontc :nnd Acute
Diseases. Send stamp for cl'cular containing
particulars and testimonials,
je— Address 80j5125, New YoJk.
TT J. SAVERS,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Buys and sells improved ant ftnitnproved lands
anywhere in the Urited States.
A GENTS, READ THIS.
W*E WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF
*30 PER WEEK and Expeiscx, or allow a large
commission to sell our new md wonderful inven
tions. Address M. WAUNIII k CO., Marshall,
Cleans Kid Gloves and all kinds of Cloths anil
Clothing; removes Paint, Grease, Tar, Ac, in
staidly, without the least .tijury to the finest fa
bric. Sold by Druggists end Fancy Goods Deal
ers. FRAGRANT SAFOLIENE CO., 33 Bar
clay St.. New York, 46La Salle St., Clticugo.
CHEAP U)V Kin IMM..-W,. will insert
an advertisement in EIGHT HUNDRED
American NEWSPAPERS for SIX DOLLARS
PER LINE i>or week. One line one week will
1 cost Six Dollars, Two lines will cost Twelve Dol
lars, nnd Ten lines will cost Sixty Dollars. Send
: for a Print List. Address GEO. P RO WELL &
CO., Advertising Agents, No. 41 Park Row, New-
19 OOOD >-Olt
j Burns und Scald*, Rheinudism,
j Chilblain*, Henjorrholds or PiUs,
I Sprains anil Bruises, .Volt* Xtpptes,
' l'happed. Hands, CtisA Breast*,
Flesh Wound*, Ffyhuln, Mange,
Frost Bites, .Spavins, Swet it- ij.
E.ctermil Poisons, Serotches, or Greas,
Sand Cracks, Strlnghalt, Wliid./alh,
Galls of All Kiwis, Foumlereil Feet.
Hitfnst, Jtinfflone, (tracked Heels,
Poll Fell, that Hot In Sheep,
Bites uf Animate and Jloup in Poultry,
Insects, L'tme Back, 4c, *c.
Toothache, 4c., 4c.
Laruk StZK, *1; Mr:tMtJM, ,We.; Mali., -.'."ic.
Tlie gargling Oil tun bee* in use as a Liniment
for tliiriy-eiglit years. All we ask is tt fair trial,
but he sure ami follow directions.
Ask your nearest druggiu or dealer in patent
medicines, for one of oirrAlinanics nnd Vade- Me
cuiuft, and read what the mi ml* s»v about the
The Gargling Oil is for sale by all respectable
dealer, throughout the United ftates and. other
Our testimonials dale from IS,H to the present,
and aro unsolicited. Use the Gargling Oil, and
tell your neighbors what it has done.
We deal fair and liberal with all, and defy
contradiction. Writ* fur an almanac or cook
MANUFACTURED AT LOCKPORT. N Y.
(lAKOLiriG OIL COMPANY,
.1" 1 ■"•-*'* JOHN HODGE. Secy.
COAL AND WOOD.
/~IOAL AND WOOD.
Constantly on hand
THE REST OAK AND PINE WOOD.
LONG, SAWED AND KINDLING WOOD.
lIITUMINOTS COAL AND COKE,
at very lowest prices, at YARD, corner of Main
and Seventh Streets.
J. R. F. BURROUGHS
ai) 2.'—3 m
, HATS, CAPS, &c.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, *r„
C, GOLDENBERG &BRO.,
No. TOO Broad, bet. Seventh and Eighth Streets,
je 16 lm RICHMOND, VA.
! Removal fo new banking rooms.
NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET,
Between Main and Back Slreets.
NATIONAL FREEBMEN'S SAVINGS AND
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, 18«.
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made
I dally (excepting holidays) from I) A. M. to 4 P.
I M., and on Saturday Evenings from A to 8 o'clock.
INTEREST at lire rate oi six per cent per an
unm declared and compound'd In March July and
November, on nil sums of nVE (5) DOLLARS
Deposits root-red of FI*"E CENTS and up
wards. CHARLES SPENCER,
feb I—tf Cashier.
irtar cum i
Buy your WATER-COOLERS, ICE CREAM
FREEZERS find FIG 'IT-JARS from
W. J. ANDERSON,
HA Main and 20;, Broad streets
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No. 016 M.vt.v Street,
jeli lin Richmond, Va.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. W. APPERSON A CO.,
No. £00 corner of Second aud Broad Streets,
Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of Fresh
MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, Ac,
Carefully coraiwunded nl any hour of the night.
T WAGNER .V CO., ___,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBUGGISTK
Corner Sixth ash Broad Stri:i:t,,
Ofli-r to the public n full line of DRUGS. MEDI
CINES, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, FANCY
GOODS, &c, of first quality and lowest market
Orders promptly filled and shipped.
rriARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT,
GRANULAR EFFERVESCENT SALTS OF
VICHY AND CITRATE MAGNESIA.
L. WAGNER k CO., Druggists.
"l-111-: GENUINE LI BIN'S and other Im-
X ported Handkerchief Extracts, Soaps, Pow
ders. German Farina, Cologne, kc.
L. WAGNER k CO., Druggists,
Sixth and Broad streets.
JWO. W. JEXKIXS. J.VO. R. TOPUAM
TEMSI"tiS _ POPHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—NO. I MARSHALL BUILDING,
Celt. Testh A.sn Bask Street, Richmoxii, Va.,
Will practice in lhe Courts of the State and the
United State, and before the Court of Claims and
Departments at Washington. Special attention
given to cases arising under the Revenue and
Bankruptcy laws of the United States.
Congress having recently paved a bill pro\ til
ing for the appointment of a COMMISSION for
il." examination and adjustment of the claims of
LOYAL CITIZENS of the South, for stores or
supplies taken or furnished during the rebellion
for the use of tho army, including the use and
loss of vessels and boats while employed in the
military service of the United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
should have prompt attention, we respectfully
oiler our service in the prosecution of the tame
before the Commission, on the most liberal terms,
according to the amount involved ami the char
acter of the claim. For full particulars address
JENKINS k POPHAM,
- Attorneys jii Law, Richmond, Va.
Wo refer l.y permission lo Jno. B. Davis, Pres
ident Planters' National Bank and Richmond
Banking ami Insurance Company, Richmond;
Davenport k Co., Stock Brokers and General
Agents, do.: Lancaster _ Co., Bankers, do.; Hon.
11. K. EHyson, ex-Mayor, do.; C. K. Bingham,
President First National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon.
J. F. Lewis, U. S. Senator, Washington, D. C,
Hon. Jas. H. Platt, do.; Hon. Charles 11. Porter,
do.; Hou. W. H. H. Stowell, do.
I ap I—il&w tf
'I* H. BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
"Practices in the point, of Caroline, Essex, King
anil tineen, and the United States Courts at
Richmond. Office al Mifoid Depot, Caroline
Iv fill btisine-s requiring counsel, and in all
imilissionul business, Messrs. CHANDLER k
MORTON, of Richmond, Va., "ill be associated
Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caro
line county, Virginia. ja 2—tf
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rrwrc mSwm m:\vim; MUHINF.
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BT A VIROIXIA LAt>Y.
Ti- a prienlosß boon, 'tis a fairy gift -
A blessing lo ono and all;
Its praises are sung in lowly cot,
And clMßted In palace hall.
Haunt lHivertys form, with Itl many Ills,
Can ne'er to its presence come ,
And the plaintive song: of the shirt U hushe.i
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Simplicity and speed.
Aueasy motion, needle straight,
And finely finished feed,
It broiders, with exquisite skill,
Hud, blossom, leaf and stein :
Twill quilt, cord, gather, fell nnd bind,
Or dainty kerchief horn.
Twill tuck the t\wey folds of lace,
That float 'round beauty's form,
Or sew tlie beaver coat, to .shield
From winters chilling storm.
tt makes n fine, elastic seam,
That neither breaks nor draws,
A perfect stitch on cither side,
With no unsightly flaws.
When, from all quarters of ihe globe,
The great and gifted came,
To place within the halls of France
Their monuments to fame;
Came one in plain civilian's garb,
With loosely (lowing hair,
Who paused before the shrine and l^id
His votive offering there.
Mid rare and costly works of art.
It stood, unrivalled, forth,
And prince and peasant paid alike
Their tribute to its worth.
Its merits nobly stood the tests
Of judges just and wise,
And, over all competitors.
It won the Goi.dr.y Prizk.
And he, Elias Huwk, who llrst
Conceirecl ibis mighty plan,
Whose heaven-born gift of genius wroiiylu
This noblest work of man ;
lleceived for his invention, from
The hands of royalty,
Tlie honored Cross of Fhaxce—the badife
Ot great ability.
Hut soon, alas . he verified
The poet's words of gloom.
That paths of glory lead but to
The ]>ortals of the tomn.
A true-born son of freedom, he
To rank no homage paid ;
To him were empty titles naught.
With simple merit weighed.
He toiled not for the world's applause.
Nor wealth to leave behind,
Hut sacrificed his youth and health
To benefit mankind.
And now, his glorious mission o'er.
His life's hard battle fought.
If ye are men, his honors spare —
So dearly, hardly bought.
The dastard who would strife to steal
His well-earned fame away
Would tear tbe laurels from the brow-
Of a Webster, or a Clay.
Pence to his memory, U* me his name
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The far-fam<*d Hows Smviso Maihinf.
.T, K. MeKENNEY,
General Agent for
HOWE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
For Maryland and Virginia,
1.10 W. Fayette street, Baltimore, Maryland.
W2:i Main street, Richmond, Virginia.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Its Sales indicate ii; Durability and Popularity
its Work confirms it.
UT,BBf SOLI) LAST YEAR. '
N© OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
must stand upon its own merits. Call and ex
Sewiu* JU.ichtnes uepaired.
SHAFFER k STRONG,
inh ]0-<|&yUs 913 Main street.
BATH COrXTY, VA.
THESE RENOWNED SPRING:* AND GREAT
Are situated in the romantic "Warm SpririL-
Valley. ' The season of IS7I will
COMMENCE JUNE. Ist.
These thermal waters arc celebrated tor their
CI'KATTVE virtue in Chronic Rheumatism.
Gout, Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement ot
Liver or Spleen, Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysei»ter\,
non-Organic Paralysis, Old Injuries, Disease* oi
the Skm, especially- of Svphililic origin, ChroUe
Diseases ot the Uteris, Affections of the Womb,
and other Diseases of n delicate character inci
dent to Females.
Baths vary in temperature from Si 1 to 110 de
The accommodations are firsi-class, and offer
unsurpassed attractions to the invalid and plea
Telegraph Office in Hotel.
Prof. J. L. Cabem., M. D., of University of Vu
ginia, Resident Physician.
Descriptive Pamphlets with full particular
furnished on application to
S. C. TARDY k CO.,
THOS. R. PRICE & CO..
or JAS. A. AUGUST,
my 17—tjyl Hot Springs, Bath County, Va.
MKLIA SPRINGS WILL B*.
OPENED FOR THE RECEPTION OF
VISITORS JUNE 2oth.
These Springs, so long und favorably known to
the public, have passed into the hands of the un
dersigned, who pledges himself to devote his en
tire time to the comfort and pleasure of hi-
guests. The waters have been held in high e
teem by medical men of eminence, esijeclally in
disease's of the SKIN, LIVER and I^IDNEYS.
A chalybeate spring of great strength has been
recently found near the place.
FINE MUSIC in attendance.
Terms—Board, per month of 28 days, *37 00;
per day, *2; per week *12. Parties furnishing
their own bed linen and lights, $32 60 per month-
Children under ten years and servants half price.
The hack will meet the trt'in that leaves Rich
mond at 9:1.").
Round Trip Ticket, |S 00.
For farther particulars, address the under
signed, or apply to S. S. Cottrell, Richmond.
F. R. FARRAR, Proprietor.
Dr. M. F. T. Evans Resident Physician.
■\xrillTK SULPHUR SPHINUS,
GREENBRIER, WEST VIRGINIA.
These Springs, famous for their alteram o wa
ters and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the Isr of JUNE. They afford accommodation
for _!,000 persons.
The Springs are I.ooofee. above tide-water, nnti
the climate in which they are situated is always
COOL aud INVIGORATING, affording entire
relief from prostrating summer heat.
Professor Rosenberger'* excellent band will be
in attendance, to enliven the lawnnand ball-room.
Masquerade and fancy ball* during the se*£Oti
An extensive livery w ill be kept at very mude
Chahues—*3 per day and per month of
thirty days; children under ten years of age, ami
colored servants, half price; white servants, ac
cording to accommodations.
my 12—eodlm **EO. L. PEYTON & CO.
This desirable and beautiful summer resort,
situated on the summit of the Blue Ridge Moun
tain, on the line of ihe Chesapeake and Ohio rail
road, one mile from Afton depot, Albemarle
couuty, commanding a full view of tho surround
Ing country, has been enlarged and thoroughly
relitted, and will be open on the Ist of JUNE.
BoAKii-rer moulh, *.0: per week, *1X; per
da)', *•-'. Children under lii years, and colored
The CHALYBEATE SPRINGS are equal to
any in th.) Stale.
Coaches will run daily loandlfrom the depot.
.je i:»—3m ' JNO. N. BALLARD.
"117 KST END HOTEL, LOM. BRANCH, ft.
T T J., (formerly Stetson House.) Just relit
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management of James., Stylus, at Willard'c,
Wailungton, and Peter Gardner, now of the
(lilsey lion.-1'. New York, formerly of the New
York Hotel. Applications for rooms, fcC., received
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N. Y- STYKKS, UAHDNER *00.,
jt?l.j—tSl | Proprietor.
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