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V\ EDNESDAY EVEN'U, Jl I.V 6, IWI.
For Scai.uk and Burns. —Take raw
onions and pound or mosli as line as possi
ble ;it will give immediate relief. Apply
at once.
Kcifl SAN IiWICHFS.—PoiI fresh ogl s five
minutes; put them in cold water, and
when quite cool, peel them, and after taking
a little of the while off each end of the
eggs, cut the remainder in four slices ; lay
them between bread and butter.
To Remove Ink Spots, put the article
stained over a warm flat-iron, strotch it
well, then squeeze a few drops of lemon
juice on it, and the spot will disappear at
once. Wash immediately in cold water.
That's oneway. Another method which
never fails is to take a pair of scissors and
cut them out.
To Drive Red Ants from the
HOUSE. —Drop some quick-lime on the
mouth of their nest, and wash it with boil
ing water; or dissolve some camphor in
spirits of wine, then mix water, which has
been found effectual. They are aver.-* to
strong scent. Camphor will prevent their
infesting a cupboard, or a sponge saturated
with creosote.
Lemon Cake. —One cup of butter,
wanned, three of powdered sugar; five
eggs, yolks and whites beaten separately ;
one teaspoonful of saleratus dissolved in
one cup of milk ; four cups of silted flour ;
grated peel of one lemon. Add the juice
just before putting the cakes into pans.
Protection Against Moths.—A
correspondent of tbe Cabinet Maker gives
the following recipe as one which has kept
the moths out of a furniture warehouse for
10 years past: Flour of hops, 1 drachm ;
Scotch snuff, 2 ozs.; gum camphor, 1 u/..;
black pepper, 1 oz.; cedar sawdust, I on,
Mix thoroughly, and strew, or put in
papers, among the goods.
To Make a Good Whitewash, select
a large clear lump of lime, and in slacking
it use only boiling water. Turn the water
on slowly, anil* when fully slacked dissolve
in water and add a small quantity of sul
phate of zinc and a little salt. This causi s
the wash to harden. The sulphate of zinc
should be used in all wash intended for out
side work, but may bo omitted—if salt be
used—in that for interior walls.
Rabbit breeding is carried on upon
a large scale in London, Canada, where
there is a warren of live acres, surrounded
by a board fence ton feet high, and contains
at present two thousand rabbits. The cost
of feeding and caring for these is twenty
five cents apiece annually and the net profits
from the whole warren five thousand dol
lars a year. The annual increase is an
average brood of twenty-five to each pair.
Many Young Orchards that are
growing where the soil is thin, having a
compact Kubtratum beneath, are often root
pruned to their serious injury when the
ground is ploughed. Young fruit trees sel
dom have any roots to part with. Conse
quently every rootlet thai the plow severe,
tends to retard the growth of the tree.
But where the soil is so porous that must
of the roots strike deep and spread out be
low the range of the plow, that implement
may lie employed for working the soil.
Lettuce Dressing.—Kor a family of
six, boil three eggs for ten minutes, throw
them into cold water for a minute, peel off
the shells, cut and mash them fine, anil mix
them with two tablespoonfuls of melted
butter or sweet oil, two teaspoonfuls of
mustard prepared M for meats, a dash of
pepper, and a liltle salt. (!ut the lettuce
fine, pour over it vinegar, and sprinkle su
gar to taste, then mix with it the prepared
egg. This dish is a.s appetizing as it is nu
tritious and delightful.— Loudon Food
Journal.
Waterino Teams Often.—Horses
and oxen at work need water often. The
p'.owman carries his jug of water, or leaves
his team to rest while he goes to the house
for a drink, lint the team works harder
than the "ilriver, and probably needs drink
as often ; yet many teams are taken out
early in the field, where there is no water,
except in the driver's jug, and worked five
or six hours before they can get a strop. Is
it any wonder that they are injured by
drinking too much when f'hey are led to the
spring at noon or evening?
Tomato Tuei,disks. —The cheapest and
most convenient trellis for tomatoes is, to
make a four-s<iuare frame for every hill of
four pieces of hard wood, two feet 1 >ng and
one-inch siutare, for the four corner posts.
I.et three pieces of lath, each one foot long,
be nailed on each side. Such trellis will
cost only a few cents each, and they will
save four times their cost in tlie value, of to
matoes, bet such a trellis be placed over
each trill, before the plant has begun to
bend sideways ; then tbe fruit will be kept
oft" the ground.
PEAS for Pigs.—Few things would pay
a grain-growing farmer better than to raise
peas for pigs. No matter how "buggy" the
peas may be, the bugs or beetles remain in
the peas until about the Ist of November ;
and when the peas are fed out before this
time the pigs will eat peas and bugs togeth
er, and there will be little loss. Nothing
makes (inner or better pork and lard than
peas; and the manure from pea-fed pigs is
exceedingly rich. A heavy crop of peas,
too, is a valuable crop, and a fitting one to
precede winter wheat.
Management of Old Rose Kusiies.
Never give up a choice but a decaying rose
bush till you have tried watering it two or
three times a week with soot tea. Take
soot from a chimney or stove in which
wood is burned and make tea of it. When
cold, water the rose with it. When all is
used, pour boiling water a second time on
the soot. The shrub will tjuickly send out
thrifty shoots, the leaves will become large
and thick, and the blossoms will be larger
and more richly tinted than before. To
keep plants clear of insects, syringe them
with quassia tea. Quassia can be obtained
at any apothecary's.
Beans Without Pork.—The usual
way people cook beans is to parboil them ;
put them in a kettle or pan, and set them
m the oven with a chunk of fat pork in
them. The grease bakes out into the
beans, making a most unwholesome and
indigestible mess, destroying a u the good
flavor of tho beans. Now, a method for
cooking them, recommended by a cor .
respondent of the Rural New Yorker', is as
follows: Parboil as usual, putting in salt to
suit the taste. Then put them in a pan
and set them in the oven In bake, putting
in a piece of good, sweet butter. Bake
until tender and nicely browned over on
top. Beans are very nutritions, and rooked
in this way are palatable, digestible, and
can bo eaten by any one.
Seasonable Hints About Cloth
ing.—Many persoas lose their life every
year by an injudicious change of clothing,
and the principles involved need repetition
every year. If clothing is to be diminished,
it should be done in the morning when first
dressing. Additional clothing may be safely
put on at any time. In the Northern States
the under-earments should not tie changed
for those less heavy sooner than the mid
dle of May, for even in .lime a fire is very
comfortable sometimes in a New York
parlor. Half the diseases in humanity
would be swept from existence if the human
body were kept comfortably warm all the
time. The discomfort of cold feet or of a
sorrow; they makethe mind prevish anil
anil inllammation, which often destroy it in
lass than a week.— HalPs Journal of
Health.
How TO Have Karly Tohatoks.—
Tomatoes on heavy soil may be obtained
from four to live weeks earlier than imu.lt
by sotting the plants on the tops of sharp
hills. Tbe hills should lie about litteen
inches high and three feet in diameter at
base. Water the plants only when first
set, and dust the plat and whole hill fre
quently with plaster. The tomato, coming
from a hot and dry country, will endure a
drouth that would prove fatal to less hardy
plants. What it needs most is heat, and
this is secured by planting on steep hills on
which tho sun's rays strike less obliquely
than on flat surfaces. Ijuid should not be
overrich for the tomato, very fertile soils
producing too great a growth of vines
flic vines should be pinched in, and the
blossoms removed after the first settings
have attained the size of marbles; but in
any case the vines should bo permitted to
fall directly on the ground, that the fruit
may have full benefit of the heat of the
sun and tho warmth refracted from the
earth. By saving the first well formed ripe
tomato for seed for several successive
years, a variety may be obtained that for
earliness will be far superior to the original
stock.
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES.
American I'olnolouii nl Societies.
In conformity with a resolution adopted
at the last meeting of this National Associ
ation, the undersigned hereby give notice
that ils thirteenth session will be held in
Assembly Hall, Eighth street, between
Grace and Franklin streets, in the city of
Richmond, Virginia, on the Oth, 7th, and
Bth days of September, IS7I. All Horti
cultural, Pomological, Agricultural, and
other kindred institutions in the United
States and British Provinces, are invited to
send delegations as large as they may deem
expedient; and all other persons interested
in the cultivation of fruits are invited to lie
present and take seats in the Convention.
The coining session promises to be espe
cially interesting, held as it will be in con
junction with the exhibition of the Virginia
Pomological and Horticultural Society, and
at a great central point, farther South than
any previous session of the institution.
This meeting will, therefore, it is believed,
be one of the most useful, in a national
point of view, than has ever been held by
the Society, thus affording an opportunity
not only to examine the fruits of the South
in comparison with those of the North, the
West and of the Pacific Slope, which it is
expected will be freely contibuled, but also
to foster and perpetuate the amicable and
social relations which have heretofore ex
isted between the members of the Society,
and to widely diffuse the result of its deliii
erations for the benefit of our constantly
expanding territory.
The climate of Virginia and adjacent
States is believed to be admirably adapted
lo the culture of fruits, especially the pear,
the grape and the strawberry. It is, there
fore, hoped that there will be a full attend
ance of delegates from the South and tho
West, as well as from other quarters of our
country, thereby stimulating more exten
sive cultivation upon which the North arc
so largely dependent for supplies, thus, also,
by the concentrated information and expe
rience of cultivators, to aid the Society in
completing the Second Division of its Cata
logue of Fruits, being that part which per
tains especially to the Southern States. —
This will be one of the prominent subjects
which will come before the Society, anil we,
therefore, respectfully invite the various
State and Local Committees to report to P.
Barry, Chairman of the General Fruit Com
mittee, agreeably to the constitution of the
Society, such information and lists of fruits
as may aid in determining what varieties
are best, adapted to their several localities.
These reports should be transmitted by
mail to F. R. Elliott, Secretary, Cleveland,
Ohio, as early as possible.
Arrangements have been made with the
various railroad companies terminating in
Richmond to return all members and oth
ers free of charge who have paid full fare in
coining, awl who exhibit certificates of the
treasurer that they have attended the ses
sions of the Society. Similar arrangements
can undoubtedly be made by the various
delegations with roads in their localities.
Members and delegates are requested to
contribute specimens of the fruits of their
respective districts, and to communicate in
regard to them whatever may aid in pro
moting the objects of the Society and the
science of American pomology. Each con
tributor is requested to prepare a list of his
collection, and to present the same with his
fruits, that a report of all the varieties may
be submitted to the meeting as soon as prac
ticable.
Packages of fruits with the name of the
contributor, may be addressed as follows:
"American Pomological Society," tare of
11. K. Ellyson, Secretary Virginia Horti
cultural and Pomological Society, llich
nioivl, Va.
All persons desirous of becoming mem
bers, can remit the admission fee to Thos.
P. James, Ksip, Treasurer, Philadelphia,
who will furnish them wilh Transaction of
the. Society. Life membership, ten dollars ;
biennial, two dollars.
The following Premiums are to be award
ed and are subject to the general rule of
restriction, where objects are not deemed
worthy ol the same. All fruits must be
grown by the exhibitor:
I. The Virginia Pomologienl and Horticultural
Society oilers (fcirm.
i. Eilwanger St Barry, of Rochester, N. y.,
offer ♦.'W for the largest ami bent collection of
Applet, not less than llfty varieties, three speci
lnensLOf each.
:t Marshall P. Wilder, of Boston, Mass., offers
$51* for the largest and best collection' of Pears,
not less than llfty varii'ties, three specimens
each.
. 4. (Jharles Downing, of Newburg, N. V,, offers
%fiO for the largest and best collection of American
Graiies, not less than twenty varieties, three
bunches each.
0. Thomas P. James, of Philadelphia, Pa., of
fers ifcto for the largest and best collection of
Peaches, not less than ten varieties, of six speci
mens each.
«. General H. L. Page, Norfolk, Va., offers lull
or a Medal for the best half bushel of Ihe Flow
ers llrape.
7. G. F. B. Eelghlon, Norfolk, Vn., offers *2<l or
a Medal, at the disposition of the American Po
lni'liigical Society.
s. (.'. 1). Harbot, Norfolk, Va., offer* *2(l or a
Medal for the liest doy.cn bottles of Seiippeniong
Wine.
a. 1.. Berkley, Norfolk, Va., offers till or n
Medal for best dozen bottlcsof the Flowers l {rape
Wine.
11). W. H. O. Lovett, Norfolk, Va., offers ill) or
a Medal for best Dried Figs cured within the
territory of the Society.
11. Hon. John B. Whitehead, Norfolk, Va.,
offers ♦itloraMedal for best hull bushel of Scup
pernong Grapes.
12. W. S. Butt, Norfolk, Va., Two Premiums
ol Hw i>ac.h or Medals,—one lor the best Figs ; the
other at the disi-.salof the Society.
V.' . IVI ' Smith, Richmond, Va., offers *lv or
a Medal for the beat half bushel of Older Apples.
lv. Downward, Anderson & Co., Richmond,
\ a., otter »lo or a Medal for the best twelve
bunches of Norton drapes.
1(1. Chas. T Wurtham tl Co., ltichmoml, Va.,
otter *ll) for the best twelve bunches of Delaware
Gni|ies.
17. S. Zetelle, Richmond, Va., offers *,', or a
Medal for the best twelve s|leei,„e|,sof Peaohes
18. "Messrs. liaiiilolph & English, Hlchmond
A a., oiler $.1, at the disposal of the Soeicl y
in. Soul hern Fertilizer to., ♦•jo, at the disposal
of the Society.
The aboy-i; Figs, (irapes and Wines, en
tered for medals, to be the property of the
Society, for the use of those members
residing in those lix.':tlities where they are
not grown.
It is also expected that other premiums
will be added to the above list.
Marshall P. Wilder, Pre.st,
Boston, Mass.
F. It. Klliott, Secy
Cleveland, Ohio.
WATCHES AMD JEWELRY.
/ 111 till,lS SCHUMANN,
(Amurr,)
WATCHMAKER ANII JEWELLER,
No TO7 riroail, bet Seventh anil Eighth Streets,
WATCHES! ANII JEWELRY
je lfi Sin Carefully repaired.
ljl I. II I .N
(ILLINOIS)
W A T O Bill
Cmriiio axii North-Wbstkiix Railway, 1
OrrieK or TIIK (Ih'l Sl'rritlNTKNMKXr. [
CmeA.iu, Feb. 111, Is7ii. )
T. NT. Avkiiy, Em)., National Watcb Co.:
Ds«r Sir-I have plea-niv in expressing my
opinion of tlie Elgin Watches, tlie more so .since I
ilo not think there is a better Watch made.—
A liiiue number of them are in use by our con
ductors anil ciiirinrmen anil other employes,
ami 1 have had no dissenting opinion upon
then merit! . They run with a smoothness
niiil iiiiilorniily fully 'equal lo any oilier Watch I
know of, anil justify all your claims of excellence
in iti'iiiiifacliii'c anil tin in; of parts.
Yours truly,
IUIII. L. IIUNLAP.
*>£ C.ill on your Jeweler and ask to see the
Elgin Wan lies"
Business Ofltce and Salesroom National Watch
Company,
130 and Ifil Lake street, Chicago,
1 Mniil,Mil.line New York.,
jy :i—2a\vkwl w
_ HOTELS.
4 MERTOAN iiiiii i .
CIIRNER MAIN AND TWELTH STREETS,
RICHMOND, VA.
$2 50 w.n lay $2 50
This new and attractive HOTKIj is now open
for llifi accoinmotluiion oi tho traveling public.
Its location gives it peculiar advantages. Situ
ated on Main street, near the Post-oittee, Custom
house, all of the Jlank», Telegraph Olliivs, and
most of the wholesale and retail houses « the
city.
The house is new and newly furnished, and its
exiMM'ienced proprietor promises that it shall he
nrst-class in all of its arrangements.
Tho TAUIjK shall have full advantag" ol this
and other markets, the I,,\U supplied with
CHOICE IMIH'OKS, MK> •!»"' wine car with
the most select brands.
The LIVERY attached will supply the finest
teams at all times.
NORVELIj COBB,
my 2— w.Sm Proprietor.
PTOE ICE.
ICE.
We have contr.ieleil for a full supply of the
CELEBRATED KENNHEC RIVER ICE,
and are receiving from the above river ICE
twenty inches in thickness, clear as crystal, and
hard as flint, superior to any ICE coming into
this market (not excepting the Boston lee). We
are the only dealers in this city receiving this
CELEBRATED IUE, so universally known as
the PUREST and BEST in Ihe country.
We are prepared at all times to furnish ICE of
the aliove quality by the Cargo, Canal-Boat or
Car load; and we give special attention on all
occasions lo the packing and shipping of the
same.
City customers' furnished on the most reasona
ble terms.
MrGOWAN St LAMBKIN,
No. 1 SI 1 Cary street, Richmond, Va.
_Jh23— tf
HATS, CAPS, &c.
-pnv yoi;k
CLOTHING,
UENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CABS, Stc,
Of
C. fIOLDENBERG & BUO„
No. 70» Broad, bet. Seventh and Eighth Streets,
je ir,l in ; RiqHMOND.jy'A.
FASHIONS, &c.
VIEW YORK FASHIONS
The ladies are invited to call and examine the
SUMMER FASHIONS.
Latest styles of
BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS FOR SUMMER
Just received.
Also,
THE METROPOLITAN
for June.
These pat terns are to be had only at. Use office
of Ihe
HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
Mt Main Street,
J. F. McKENNEY. J. F. McKENNEY.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c.
I. M'HITIOCK. Kills .11.1. n:.
VITIIITI.OCK It AHUVVI,
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AKD WIIeI.KSAI.R AXn lIETAII. MIALKKS IX
SMOKING, CHEWING AND LEAF
TOBACCO.
•>
No 10U1 Main Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel,
RICHMOND, VA.
je li
ri'lli: Kit lit tl. CIIAMUEK.
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN, on great SO
CIAL EVILS and ABUSES, which interfere
wilh MARRIAGE—WiIIi sure means of relief for
the erring and unfortunate, diseased and debili
tated. Sent free of charge, in sealed envelopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. a s
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. my 11—llin
LEGAL NOTICES;
IN THE IHSTKICT COURT OF THE UNI
. TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, in Bankruptcy.
Thomas Branch St t.'o.; vs. Bank of Seottsville,
bankrupt.
In the matter of the petition of interpleader of
Isaac A. Moon, assignee.
This cause came on to Im* heard this day upon
the peiiiiuu of Isaac A. Moon, assignee, hied this
day, and was argued by counsel. And the court,
without, al this time, adjudicating any other
question involved in said petition, but expressly
reserving its decision on the same, doth order the
said assignee to declare a dlvidened forthwith on
the registered notes to the amount of the nett pro
ceeds of an equal amount of State slock hereto
fore sold by him, and heshallforthwith advertise
ill 'the State JoURKAJ. twice a week for four weeks,
for nil the holders of registered notes .who have
not proved their said registered notes to come in
and prove their claims on or before i.iih of July,
IS7I, or beexeluded from any benefit or iiartiei
paliim in the proceeds of tile sale of the State
Stuck pledged to secure them with the Virginia
Treasurer. JOHN C. UNDERWOOD,
District Judge,
Tho attention ol the public is hereby nllnrt to
the above decree, andm accortkuuee therewith,
all persons holding registered notes of the Hank
of Sfottsvilli' are hereby warned anil notified to
appear and prove them, on or before tlie ldlhday
of July, lb~l, before C. Douglas Gray, register
in bankruptcy at Harrisonburg, Virginia.
tSAAO A. MOON,
jelf>—2w-lw Assignee.
INTHEOIRtUITCOURTOKTHK IJNITEU
STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia,
ai Richmond, May lsth, 1871—
Madison W. Jones Plaintiff;
against
a. W. Hlackley, Richard A. Lancaster and R.
M. Coleman Defendants,
IN EO.UITY
And the court defh refer this cause to M. V,
Pleasants, oue of the commissioners of thiscouri
to ascertain and report to the court the amount
diie from the iilaintilf, Madison W. Jon**, to the
defendant, George W. Hlackley, for the buildlngof
the house in the bill aud proceedings mentioned,
with any matters specially stated deemed perti
nent by himself or required by the parties, and
the said commissioner is authorized to proceed to
take the said amount upon notice to the parties
by publication twice a week for one month in one
of the daily newspaper* published in the city of
Richmond. An Abstract— Teste:
M. F. I'LEASANTS, Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
,li,-above i 1,,.,,.,. i shall attend, at my office in
tlie custom-house, in the city of Richmond, on
MONDAY, the 17th day of July, 1871, at lv
o'clock A. IVL, for tbe purpose of complying Willi
the same. Parti** interested are nottiled to at
tend M. V. I'LEASANTS,
je l/>—Siiwlm v. s. Commissioner.
STARKE'S DIXIE PLOW.
HY INVITATION OF MR F.C WILLIAMS,
of the county of Nottoway, a uuinlwrof gentle
men assembled al bis residence Saturday, De
cember io, to lest try practical experiment the
comparative value of the DIXIE PLOW, maun
factured by Starke k Co., and any other that
might enter the field of competition
The plows were taken to the field at half
past two P. M., the follow ing gentlemen acting as
judges: F W Eppes, J. 11. Williams, Robert
Scott, Joss (ViHiam, Win. T. Christian. Rich
ard Eppes, Dr. Darring, Sidney Graves, Walton
Sydnor, F, C Williams, U.N. Seay, and J. M.
Hurt. Mr. S. (traves and Walton Sydnor were
the principal plowmen. Mr. W Sidnor working
the Watt plow, and S. Graves the Dixie—lkmli ol
whom handled them with masterly skill and
success.
Those entered were the Dixie two-horse right and
left baud plows, and Ihe Watt two-home lefl
hand. Soon after the trial commenced, the beam
of the Dixie right-hand broke in two and was laid
aside, the contest lieing narrowed to the Watt leli
hand and Dixie right-hand. The soil first selected
was a stubble loam without sod ; but as the plows
were new, and did not turn in consequence of the
roughness of the castings, after n short trial i I
was decided to lake them in to aim) her field where
ihe soil was a well-trodden, tenacious clay, with
a timothy sod covered with vegetation and with
straw. The plows here performed Uietrwork ad
mirably, cutting and turning without choking.
As the Dixie was a new comer, as the contest
waxed warm most of the judges took hold of it
to Met )h'i'sonallv its practical working While
there is no intention to do injustice to any, as
neither party had agent, or representative pre
sent, and hoih plows did well, yet the trial, with
the award of the judges. Is deemed of sutuYieni
Importance to the interest of agriculture io justi
fy its publication.
The award of the judges was unanimously in
favor of the Dixie on the follow ing grounds :
Ist. It out a deeper furrow.
94, It cut a wider furrow.
3d. It more effectually inverted the sod.
4th. The draft seemed to be no greater,
ftth. The mechanical arrangement for altering
cut was deemed more simple and efficient
At the conclusion of the trial some of Ihe
judges were ho pleased as to determine to order
them for their own use.
J. M. HURT, Secretary.
I certify that the above was sent to the Rich-
mond "Whig" for publicai ion by myself; thai 1
am not acquainted with Mr. Starke ■ that he had
never seen the paper and knew nothing of its
content.-*, and wits in no wise a party to the trial
of the plows alluded to.
January 7, 1S71. J. M. HURT.
We, the judges in the "Plow Trial," on Ihe
farm of Mr. F. 43. Williams, published in the
"Whig," hereby certify that it was directed to be
sent to that journal as a communication by the
judges who made the award.
J. M. HURT,
F. C. WILLAMS,
W. T. CHRISTIAN,
J. B.WILLI A MS,
January 9,1871. JAM. S. GILLIAM.
I do not believe in plow trials made by the
manufacturers themselves, but hope that every
farmer will at once make a full trial of the DIXIE
with every plow be can 11ml, aud buy that which
does the best work. I have been not able to supply
the demand, nor fill my orders for sometime, and
must leave field-trials when they rightly belong
—to themselves.
P. H. STARKE,
ap 12—w3m No. 144<> Main Street.
MACHINERY, &c.
TLl A. DAYTON,
■HUM
MACHINERY, RAILROADS. MANUFACTU-
RERS' AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
TENTH ST., BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY,
RICHMOND, VA.,
STEAM ENGINES of improved construction,
for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build
MACHINERY FOR
Railroad, Machine, Gar and Carpenter Shops,
Planing Mills, Sash, Blind, Door, Cabinet-ware,
Chair. Bedstead, Wooden-ware, Agricultural,
Machine, Handle, Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood,
gotten and Woolen Factories, Cotton Gins,
Fanners, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco Fac-
tories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring, Corn and Paper
Mills, Mines, ice., &c; Forged and Rolled Iron.
Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Bell-
ing, Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist
Drills, Steam (ranges, Saw Gauges, Saw Glim-
mers, Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, Pack-
ing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Handles, Tur-
bine Water-Wheels, &c, &c.
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A quan-
tity of the sume on hand to be sold low, snch as
Engines Boilers, Mill Stones aud Clearings, Wood
Working, Machinery, _tc.
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Mills
and Manufactories of all kinds. mh 1—d&wly
WM. B. COOK.
E VV F 1 It 0 *
PHOENIX FOUNDRY,
N<>. 8 EimiTn 9tkkbt, brtwbbx Main axi>
Franklin, Richmond, Va.
WM. It. COOK & CO.
With Improved facilities and with a determina
tion to please in prices and style of work, we re
spectfully ask from the people of Richmond, Vir
ginia* nnd the South generally a fair share of
patronage.
We manufacture
IRON FRONTS,
Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and
Cellar Doors, Gratings, Window Guards, Awji-
ing Frames, Corinthian Columns and Capitols,
(trnamental Window Caps, Ornamental Brackets
for Balconies, Shelving, __e., Ventilators for Brick
and Wood Cornice, Gas and Water Pipe, Hy-
drant Key.-and Rods for Gas aud Water, Traps
■ for Culverts and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all
kinds of IKON WORK for buildings generally.
We also manufacture, together with the above,
work PLOW-CASTINGS, and would respect-
fully solicit the patronage of merchants and
fanners. All work guaranteed, and orders filled
with dispatch. no 16—6m
INFIRMARY.
pMMDM INHRMARV,
RICHMOND, VA.
11. D. TALIAFERRO, M. D. ( Medical Sup't.
Medical aud Surgical Stall', the Proesfßors of the
Medical Cottage of Virginia.
The building is situated in a quiet, central part
of the city, and convenient of access to all the
business ientri's, depot*, kc. It contains large
and well-ventilated wards and comfortably-fiu
ulahed private rooms.
All oases requiring medical or surgical aid ad
mitted except the insane and those laboring un
der contagious disorders. Suitable accommoda
tions and experienced nurses provided (bar women
during confinement.
chaiuo:s,
(Including board, medical attendance
and medicine,) large ward, (per week,
invariably in advance #0
Private rooms WO to MO
A small additional fee is charged for surgical
operations. liberal terms will be made with
churches, benevolent associations, and corpora
tions, tor the care of their sick by the year—paj
meats to 1m» made monthly or quarterly.
For further information or admission, apply at
the infirmary, to
H. D. TALIAFERRO, IYT. D.
je lfi—laWSm Medical Sup't.
PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE.
rpHE LARGEST TYPE FOUNDRY
AND MURK KXTENSIVK
PRINTERS' FURNISHINt I WAR EIR >USE
South of Philadephia, Im the »stablishment of
11. It. PELOUZE k 00 ,
Richmond, Va.
Tbe Richmond Dispatch says:
"Richmond Tvpk Foi'sduy.—The new dress in
which the DtwpcUch has apjteared for some weeks
was furnished by Xmn, 11. L. Pklouze k Co.,
proprietors of the RichiuoiKt Type Foundry.
Wu have been using their type for eight or ten
years, and have found them equal In durability
and style of finish to the best foundries in this
country and England. Their prices are uniform
with all the other foundries. '
The Richmond IVfti'ysays:
"The Richmond Tyim: Foundry.—\Ve>have been
guilty of an Inadvertence in failing to mention
that the beautiful suit of type in which the Whig
now appears was manufactured for ns at the
Richmond Type Foundry. This Ik the third out
lit we have obtained from that establishment—
one before and two since the war—and we are
{►repared to bear emphatic testimony to thefldcl
ty with which the proprietors (Mneern If. L.
Pelouze k Co.) execute their contracts, to the
beauty and durability of their work, and to the
fairness of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says :
Tho handsome typographical appearance of
this paper has been noticed and complimented by
tin'press all over the country. We tanpteaeare in
staling that our outfit was procured from the
Richmond Type Foundry, Messrs. H. L. Pelouze
& Co, proprietors. je 15—dead&wum
MEDICAL.
|\R. JOHNSTON,
of thi:
HALTIMORE LOOK HOSPITAL,
OFFICE. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET.
Prom his ex tensive practice In the great Hospi
tals of Europe and the first In tills country, viz:
England, trance, Philadelphia imd elsfwhefre,
| can offer tho moHt certain, speedy and effectual
remedy in the world lor
DISEASES OK IMPRUDENCE.
Weakness ot ihe Back i>r Limbs, Strictures,
Affections of the Kidneys nod Bladder, luvolitn
titry Discharges, tmpotency, Ueueral lability,
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, I.n\v Spirit'--.
Coiiln-ioii nt IdrMiH, PulptUUiofl ot the Heart,
Timidity, Tremblings, bimnew of Sight or
or Giddiness, Diseases i>f" the Head, Throat, Nose
or Skin, Affection of the Lungs, Stomach or How
els— those terrible disorders arising from the Sol
itary Habit* of Youth -those secret and solitary
practices more fatal to their victims than tlie
song of Syrens to the Mariner of 1 flj sees,
their moat brilliant, hopes or anticipations, ren
dering marriages, 4c, impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
Especially, who hays bwome the victims ot
Solitude Vice, that dreadful ami doirneii* ehal.it
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
thousands of Young Men of ihe most exalted
talent, and brilliant iuiellecl, who might otherwise
have entranced listening Senates with the thun
ders ot' eloquence, or waked to ecstacy ihe \i\ lug
lyree, may call with full confidence.
MARHIAOE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or
ganic debilities, deformation, lie., speed it) cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. .1.
may religiously confide on his honor as a
gentleman aud confidently rely upon his skill as a
physician.
organic weakness.
mmeiliatelv cured and lull Vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—which renders life mise
rable and marriage lmi»ossU»le—ls the penalty
paid by ihe victims ot bsproper Indnlgenoles.
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses
from not being aware of the dreadful cense
(piences that may ensue. Now, who thai under
stands the subject will pretend to deny that the
power of procreation is lost sooner by those fall
ing into improper habits than by the prudent '
Besides being deprived of ihe pleasures of
iiealihy offspring, the mo.-l serious ami destruc
tive •ymptoms to both body and mind arise. The
system hecomes deranged, Ihe physical and men
tal functions weakened, loss of prnereativepow
er, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
the heart, indigesiiou, consiiiutioual debility, a
wasting of the frame, emighs, ooiwamption, de
cay and death,
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
IVrson.s ruined in health by unlearned preten
eis who keep them trilling month after month,
taking poisonous and injurious comi>oimds, should
apply immediately.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Burgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of the most eminent Col
leges la. the United states, ami the greater pari
of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of
London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, ha
effected some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever know n ; many troubled \\ ith ring
ing in tlie bead and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
bashfiduess. with frequent blushing, attended
sometimes with a derangement of the mind, were
cured imiuciliaielv.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addressee all those who have injured
themselves by improper indulgencies and solita
ry habits, which ruin both Ikxlv and mind, unfit
ting them for either business, study, society, or
marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy ef
fects produced by early habits of youth, viz:
Weakness of the Hack and Limbs, Pains in the
Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
er, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Func
tions, (Jeueral lability, Symptoms of Consump
tion.
MENTALLY.
The fearful effects on the mind are much to be
dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion ot Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid
ity, &c., are some of the evils produced.
"Thousauds of persons of all ages can now judge
what is the cause of i heir declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pole, nervous, and
emaciated, having a singular appearance al>out
the eyes, cough andsymptoms of consumption.
YOUNU MEN
who have injured themselves by a certain prac
tice indulged in when alone—a habit frequently
learued from evil companions or at school, the
effects of which are nightly felt, even when
asleep, ami, if not cured, renders marriage im
possible, and destroys both mind and bod}' —
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, the pride of his parents, should be
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of
life by the consequence of deviating from the
path*of nature and indulging in a certain secret
habit. Such persons, most, before contempla
ting V
MARRIAOE,
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial hapi
nesjs: indeed, without these, the journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
shadowed with despair and filled with the mel
ancholy re/lection that tlie happiness of another
becomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure, finds he has imbibed the seeds of this
painful disease, it too often happens that an ill
timed sense of shame or dread of discovery de
ters him from applying lo those, who, from edu
cation and resjtectabilily, can alone befriend him.
He falls into the hands of ignorant aud designing
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his
pecuniary substance, keep him trilling month
after month, or as long as ihe smallest fee can be
obtained, ami with despair leave him with ruined
healih to sigh over his galling disappointment, or
by the use of thai, deadly poison Mercury, hasten
the constitutional sympions Of the terrible dis
ease, such as Affection of the Heaif, Throat,
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing wilh frightful rapid
ity till death puts a period to his dreadful suffer
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston oilers the most
certain, speedy, pleasant aud effectual remedy in
ihe world.
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe the
name and number.
Ifcir No letters received unless post-paid and
containing a stamp io be used on the reply. Per
sons wriling should state age, and send portion
of advertisement describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing and
Worthless Impostors advertising themselves as
Physiiiaiis, trilling with and ruining the health
of all who unfortunately fall Into their power,
that Dr. .Johnston deems it necessary to any es
pecially to those unacquainted with his reputa
tion, thai his Credentials or Diplomas always
hang in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this iusiiiuti.iii
within the last eighteen .years, and ihe nume
rous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
ston, witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun"'
anil many other papers, notice of which appeared
again and again before the public, besides his
standing asa gentleman of charaeterand respon
sibility, is a. siiilicieieni guarantee io the aillicted.
SJUN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
j«- **-«y
John vir.t:s.
TfcATAiMIOOD:
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED!
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price 6
cents.
A L.EOTIJREO)N THE NATURAL TREAT
MENT, and Radical Our*' of Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex
ual Debility, and Impediments to Vantage gene
rally ; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
and' Fits ; Mental aud pysical Incapacity, it sidl
ing from Self-Abuse, Ice., by Roh't J. (,'ii.vkii-
U'ki.i., M. D., author of the "Green Hook," kc.
U A BOON TO THOUSAND OF SUFFERERS."
Stnt. under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, iiostpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps, by
CHAR J. O. KLINE & CO.,
127 Howery, New \'ork, Post Office box iBM.
je B—eod:bn
BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not
a thing of yesterday, got up lo gtdl the un
wary and put money in the pockets oi the pro
prietors. It has Mood the test, of nine. Having
been in the market over thirty years, ils very
name will recall to many who are now the re
spected beads of families, the halcyon days of
their youth, with all its joys and sorrows; It is
still the same; infollablein its operation; aepe
citic remedy for youthful indiscretion and folly;
a true fftend. It is for sale by all druggists. -
Price, #1 per bottle. tie 14—ly
SAVINGS BANK.
TJEMOVAL TO NEW EMJHtHVG ROOMS,
Nt). 10 NORTH TENTH STREET,
Between Main and Bank street I.
NATIONAL FREEDBHEN'S SAVINGS AND
TRUST I'OMPANY.
BY CONGRESS, MARCH, lS(if>.
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made
daily (excepting holidays) from !> A, JYi to 4 1\
M., and on Saturday Evening- from S to 8 o'clock.
INTEREST at the rate of six per cent per an
unm declared and compounded in March,.lnly and
November, on all sum* ot FIVE (a) ImjLLARS
and upwards
Deposits received of FIVE OENTS and up
wards. CHARLES SPENCER.
feb I—t f c.-t.-hi.-i-.
AH* Till-: TVI'E WITH WHICH THIS
PAPER IS PRINTED, was east at the
foundry of H. I- PELOUXE&CO.,
je 10—deod&wtim Richmond, \ ft.
k
Rl< HMOM) A IHWIU.f It Ml HO Mt
On and nfler JUNE 11th. l«7l.
OOIKO WEST.
Train No. 2 (Through Passenger) leaver Ki. h
nil.nd dally (except Sundays) at 1,00 A.M.: leaves
Han rill c at 11:03 A, M ; arrives at Greensboro' nt
Train No. f» (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Richmond dally at 9;\S A. M.; arrives at l.\n< ti
Train No. 10 (Through Mall and Express) leaves
Richmond daily at 2:40 P.M.; leaves Dam die dai
ly al 10:44 P. M.; arrives at Greensboro' daily nt
GOING EAST
Tim in Ho. 12(Through Mail and Express) leaves
<iieensU.ro daily at 7:fto. P.M.; leaves Itamillc
dallj at 10:12 A. M.; arrives at Kichmoiid daily at
Train No. s (Through Passenger) leaves
Greensboro 1 daily (except Sundays) at 11 -oft A.
M., leaves Danville at 1:27 P. M.;arrives at Rich
Train No. 9 (Kyuehburg Passenger) kuttns
LMiehhurg dally at 8:30 A. M,: leaves Burtirrllls
at IP M : arrives al linhmond. at 4:00 P. M.
Tratal Nos, 2 and 10 connect at Greensboro'
with Trains on North Carolina Hail road for nil
Train N0.."» connects at Burkeville with Train
on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Uailroad for all
points Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all point>South and
Southwest can be procured at the ticket otlhe in
that have arrangements to adver
tise the ■» hedule of this company will snsnssj
print a- above.
je .'i General Kreight ami Ticket Agent.
1871.
HUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
SCHEDULE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
Hl'llil AND POTOMAC BOUTK, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, corner
Byrd and Efyhth street*, as follows ;
Tin' DAY TRAIN dally At r.i-ti A. M. Arrive*
in Washington at 19:1 a, llaltiinori' (except on
Sundays) at 2:19, Philadelphia al. 1:15, ami New
York al 10:2(1 P. M. TIIK SAME DAY
Tin' NIGHTTKAIN daily (except on Sundays)
at S:i:, P. 111.
Tin- DAY' TRAIN arrives in Richmond at 2:17
P. M.
The NKIIIT TRAIN arrives in Richmond
(Mondays excepted at 3:80 A. M.
Tho ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, lor Mil
ford leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays
excepted) at 4:: ii» P. M. Arrives in Richmond "at
B:« A. IVI.
FKEKIHT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAY'S at 6:45 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG-
IrAllK Check* to all the principal point* la the
North, East and W'esl
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
Eighth streets.
TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eighth
sll'i'l'ts.
.J. B. fIENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
E. T. D. Mykus, General Superintendent.
Richmond ami Yohk Rivkk ll.ui v.> vn, 1
St'PmUNTKNnKST's Ofpick, >
Richmond. Va., June 30rh, 1871. )
/ lIIA!N<UE OF SCHEDULE -DAILY LINE.
On and after MAY Ruth, IS7I, the TRAINS on
this road will run as follows:
PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave West Point daily al9;iK>am; arrive at
Richmond daily at 10:06 am.
Leave Richmond daily nt 5:00 p in ; arrive at
West Point daily at 4:4s'.
FREIGHT TRAINS WITH PASSENGER
OAK ATTACHED.
Leave Richmond daily (Mondays excepted).
On Sunday this train will leave Richmond at 6:ob
am: ariving at West Point at S:4l am., and re
turning, leave West Point at 3:40 p m, and ar
rive at Richmond at 7:90 p m, thus enjoy lug Hue
salt water bathing in commodious bath-rooms.
Fare for the round trip, 1:00.
Trains connect daily (Sundays oxcepleil) at
West point with first-class steamers for Bal
timore, and all points North and West.
Fare from Richmond to Baltimore, $a.oo.
Through Bills of Lading given to all points
North and South. Freights received daily ami
promptly forwarded.
Persons going by this route get a good night's
rest on most comfortable boats, with tables un
surpassed by any, and arrive in Baltimore in
time for Northern aud Western trains.
The Freight Train, with Passenger (Jar at
tached (Sundays and Mondays excepted), will
leave Richmond at 4am; arrive at West Point
at 7:80 a m.
Leave West Point (Sundays and Mondays ex
cepted) at 1 p m ; arrive at Richmond at 4:4n p
in.
On itud after Saturday, July Ist. ROUND
TRIP TICKETS TO WEST I'OINT on Mail
train, good to go down on SATURDAYS and
return on MONDAYS, will be *l.flo, and on
Freight trains on SUNDAY mornings, leaving
Richmond depot at (i A. M.. and returning at 7:80
P M., at )fl round (rip. In this way persons may
enjoy line salt Water bathing at West Point.
Bathing bouses art- fitted up. Good hotels are
open for the accommodation of guests at mode
rate rales.
,ir WM. N. BRAGG, Sup't.
X, M. Tru.M'iu, Freight Agent,
J. L. Taylor, Ticket Agent. je 30
Ciiiesapeake and ohio railroad.
On and after THURSDAY, June Ist, PASSEN
GER TRAINS leave Richmond (Sundays ex
cepted) as follows :
8:80 A. M—MAIL TRAIN for Staunton, con
necting at Gordonsville with Orange, Alexandria
and Manassas tram for Washington aud North,
and Lynchburg and South.
SM P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
Gordonsville, except on Saturday, on which day
it leaves at (i P. M.
On and after the l.'nh of JUNE a PASSEN
<I EH TRAIN will run daily (except Sundays) be
tween Staunton and the JV'hite Sulphur, as lol
lows :
White Sulphur
J.v.iii:s V.
y nu.iNi v ami TiJNM:ssi:fc; air link.
THE (TREAT PASSENGER AND FAST
FREIGHT ROUTE FOR THE SOUTH,
SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST.
This Great Passenger and Fast Freight Line is
composed of tbe Richmond and Danville rail
loau, Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad,
East Tennessee, Virginia and (ieorgia Railroad,
Nashville aud Uhnttanooga Railroad aud Mem
phis aud Ohavtestown Railroad and their connec
itons.
i [Passenger trains leave Richmond daily at 0:15
a. m., making close connections throughout to
Lynchburg and all stalions on A., M aud Ohio
railroad, Kuoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Onattahooga,
Canton, Jackson, Yiiksburg, Mobile, Dal ton, At
lanta, Rome, gelma, Macon, Columbus and all
points South aud Soul hwivi, Nashville, Colum
bus, Chicago, Cairo St. Louis and alt points
North ami Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Haggage checked ihroucli.
New aud elegant sleeping oars on all night
trains.
Fare lower than by any other route.
Tlie fast freight line on this route offers great
inducements to shippers.
Through bills ladings issued and rates guaran
teed.
(.luick line ami low rates and a prompt adjust
ment of all claims for losses, damage or over
charge.
For further information, apply at the ofllec of
the Virginia and Tennesse Air-Line Railway,
1325 Main street, or at the office of the Richmond
and Danville railroad.
R.F.WALKER
Agent.
Tin (MAS PICKNEY, Agent Claims and Ex
penses, Norfoif, Va. je :\
ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS
SAS RAILROAD.
On and alter Sunday, January 29, Wl, one
daily passenger train will run between WASH
INGTON and LYNOHBtTRQ, connecting at
Gordonsville with the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virgin
ia Springs; at Lynchburg for the West aud
Southwest, aud at Washington, to the North and
Northwest.
Leave. Washington daily at&fis a. 111. aud Alex
andria at M a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 5:05
p. m.
Leave Lynchburg at 5:23 a. m., arrive at Alex
andria at 5:26 p. m., and at Washington at ti;ls
p. in.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
daily (excepting Sunday) at lo:.tn a m: leave Al
exandria at 11:20 a. m., pass Strasburg at 4:20
p. m., and arrive ai Harrisburg at 7 p. m.
Eastward, leave Harrisburg ai 6.:i0 a. in ; pass
Strasburg at 9.25 a. in., arrive at Alexandria at
1.56 p. m. and at Washington in time for connect
ing with the :s p.m. train from Washington to Bal
timore.
Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax sta
tion ;to Mtddleburg from Plains; to Upl»orville
from Piedmont, and to Staunton fjom Harrison
burg.
Elegant sleeping ours are run daily between
New York and Lynchburg, without change.
Also, ears through between Baltimore and
Lvin-hburg, avoiding the inconvenience of trans
fer m Washington.
Through tickets and baggage checked to all
prominent point- .1. M- RROADUS,
mh 7—tf Geueral Ticket Agent.
W a -'" oto ** Yd ° ■"•■"""'
SPRING SCIIKWLK, BKOINNINO
Two Trains dally (except Sundays) between
Alexandria and Hamilton.
Leave Alexandria at 8:40 A. M. and h P M
Arrive at Hamilton nt lie/is A. M. and 7:BJ P. M
Leave Hamilton M fcfj A. M. and 121.1 P. M.
Arrive at Alexandria al soft A. W. and 2:35 P. M
The * 4n A. M. Irani from Alexandria and 18:1.1
P. M. train from Hamilton, connect at Hamilton
with Kemp's llaily Line of Coaches for Pnrcel!
vilte, Snickersville, Herryville and Winchester ,
also, with Reamer's Line of Coaches, which leave
I.fi'.sltiirg daily for Aldie and Middlebiitfr.
Animal tickets, sixty dollars; connniitatlcu
tickets {il trips) at 2H cents per mile.
R 11. lIAVENNER,
je I.", General Ticket Agenl
1/OK NKW VOUK.--OI.D DO- _£»___.
r MINION STEAMSHIP CUM "*-J»M iii
PANY. ■
The splendid new side wheel Steamships
ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA.
HATTEKAS and NIAGARA leave New York
Norfiilli, ( Ml v Point and Richmond every TUES
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at I
o'clock P. M.
These ships are entirely new, and werebuill
expressly lor this mule.
They have splendid saloons and slale-roonis,
and the accommodations and attention are tin
passed.
Goods sliip|tcd by this line are landed
larly at New York, on Ihe Company's covered
pier, .'l7 North river, within forty eight hours.
Insurance effected when ordered, at a gt'Aß
tkii ni- ox*. PKit ck.nt. at the office of this com
pany.
Freights for point* beyond New York forwarded
with dispatch, and no charge made, exeeept ac
tual expenses incurred.
*V£3"For further Information Apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
ja I—lf No. 3 Governor street.
1871.
Villi. IM X STEAMSHIP AND _s£_*B*_
PACKET COMPANY -**«fiiil
The stenmsldp* GEORGE 11 UPTON and
WILLIAM P. CLYDE leave New York even
TUESDAY and SATURDAY'at 3 o'clock P. M.,
lroni Pier 21 North river; leave Richmond every
11' KSDAY and FRIDAY at lilcrh tide.
Close connections made with steamers for all
Southern and Eastern porls.
1). J. lilTIiR, President,
Wasiiinutiix St Co., Agents, Richmond, Va.
Pier 21 Nortii river, New York. ap 4
fe 2.l—tf
FOR JAMES ASIU CIIICKA- AuSSL. I
HOMINY RIVERS. & —'——'
The fast and elegant side-wheel steamer PAL
ISADE Captain Chas. Nkuso.y, will leave her
wharf at Rockets for King's Mill Wharf, on James
river on TUESDAYS and«SATURDAYS st lo
o'clock A. M., connecting with the 12o'clock train
at City Point from Petersburg. Returning, will
leave King's Milium WEDNESDAYS and MON«
DAYS, at 7 o'clock A. M., touching at all the reg
ular landings each way.
Will leave her wharf at Rocketts for Binn's on
Chiekahominy, THURSDAYS at 0 o'clock A. M.
connecting at Oity Point with the 7 o'clock train
from Petersburg, touching at all the regular
landings on James river down to Dillard's
Wharf, and all regular landings on Chickahomi
ny. Returning, will leave Binn's on FRIDAY'S
at a o'clock A. M.
Freight received from 12 o'clock Mondays to lit
o'clock A. M. Tuesdays, and from 12 o'clock to (i
P. M. Wednesdays, and from 12 o'clock Fridays
to 10 A. M. Saturdays.
Freight for Chiekahominy will only be received
fron 12 o'clock AVednesdays to 0 A. M. Thurs
days.
All freights to way landing must be prepaid.
For further particulars, apply to Captain on
board, or to GEORG L. CURRIE, Agent.
At Ct'RuiK k Co.'s. corner lftth and Gary
streets. je B—3m.
SEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
8 O'CLOCK.
A MONTH—-Expenses paid—Male
tp*J i %J or Female Agents—Horse aud outfit
furnished. Address, SAGO Novrltv Co., Saco,
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A (JEMS LOOK! *:( to _VM> Per Day. Easy,
genteel and profitable business. A little
Novelty wliich everybody wants. SUCCESS
SURE. Send for circulars, Churchill & Temple
ton, Manufacturers, All Broadway, N. Y.
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r l Ml is IS KO HUMUIIt!
By sending 85 CENTS with nge, height, color
of eys and hair, you will receive by return mad.
a correct picture of your future husband or wife,
with name and date of marriage. Address W.
FOP, P. O. Drawer, No. 24, Fultonville, N. Y.
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THIREE TO KOOk AUEVI'S,
A Pocket Prospectus of the best Illustrated
Family Bible, published in both English and Ger
man, containing Bible History IHctionary, Analy
sis, Harmony and History of Religion* Sent
free on application.
W. FLINT & CO., 2fl South 7th St.,
je |£ 4w Philadelphia. Pit.
rr\~k ~e~a.n c c t a r
I a A PURE
BLACK TEA
with the Green Tea Flavor. Warranted to suit
all tastes. For sale everywhere. And for sale
wholesale only by ihe
GREAT ATLANTIC AND Pj
sUhuivh St., New York.
P. O. Box fffiM, Send for Thea-Niciar Ouvuhtr
je 15-4W
Imm the tlVliciite um>l i-t'lVe»lilurf
CtiTA^"^^^' a SC runco of ■* BU,BO Kstrlun
tho Toilet or^-^" 1 SOA n *ot?Ae
every I.»dy or "**»£
11.in,.11. Mold by
mid Ilealera in PBKP|:MKItYT~-~^_
W\ VI 111 tvc ins. Ncr ilaj) lo sell the
celebrated HOMK SHUTTLE SEWINIi
MACHINE. Has ihe underfed, makes ihe "lock
sliicli" (alike on both Miles,) .'{nil is fully lieenieil
The best ami cheapest family Sewing Machine in
Hie market. Address JOHNSON, I.'LAKK &
00., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg, Pa., Chicago, 111.,
or St. Louis, Mo. je 1.1 —tw
Si Hiiiii.i'l: tt m:it> Ylumiux Employment,
at from *5o to tlun iter mouth, should add rets
SIEOI-ER St MrCI.'RDY, l'liiltldel]ibla. Pa, _
(Rnoo in 10 il vv s
Bfada by line Aueiil. Do yon wont
a situation as salesmen at or near home to matte
ifco to ifc'JO per day selling our new 7 strand White
Wire t'loihes Lines to last for ever. Sample free.
Address Adson River Wire Works, 111 Maiden
Lane, for. Water street, N. V., or 10 Dearborn St.
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TJYEllll'TloiS OK PRICKS
To rilNl'euM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES.
(IKKAT SAVING TO UONSI'IV
BY UKTTINO UP GUB,
SrSTScnd for our New Price List aud a club
form will accompany it, containing fulldirectioiw
—making a large saving to consumers and re
munerative to club organizers.
THE 01REAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
Hi and 88 Vaagf strlkt,
P. O. Box 6613. New Yokk.
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J U R LI X EJ3 A .
WHAT IS IT ?
It Is a sure and Perfect Remedy for all Dis
eases of the
Lion- anil Sphtn, Enhtrgtin, nt or Obstruction <f
Intestines, I'rimtnj, Vteriiu. or Abdominal Or
<j<tnx, Poverty "i- a Wont <>f Blood* Inter
inittmt or R> inittt ttt /■» u«r.v, Injtttma
titmo/the Liver, Dropsy, Shiyytxh
Virculfition »f the Blood, Ah
.-.<'■ >'■■■■' >■. T'uiiiQfs, Jusiwiict ,
Scrofula, Dyspepsia,
Ague, and. Fever, or
THEIR CONCOMITANTS.
Da. Wkllh having become aware of the extra
ordinary medicinal properties of the South Amer
cau Plant, catted
JVROB i R A ,
sent a special commission to that country to pro
cure it in its native purity, and having found its
wonderful curative properties to even exceed the
anticipations formed by ils great reputation, has
concluded to otter it to the public, and is happy
to state that he has perfected arrangements for a
regular monthly supply of this wonderful Plain.
He has spent much time experimenting and In
vestigating as to the most efficient preparation
from it, for popular use, and Inn* for some time
used in his own practice happy re
sults, the effectual medicine now presented to the
public as
DH WELLS' EXTRACT OF .VCRUBEBA
and he confidently recommends it to every family
as a household remedy which should be freely
taken a a Bi.oun Pit&ifikr mall derangement
of the ystem and animate and fortifj all weak
and • ymiwUhetic temperaments
JOHN H RELLOGG,
1H Plait St , New York.
Sole Agent for the United States.
Price One Dollar i «-i llortle Send IbrCiiruiar
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