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THE OGRE COURTING; *
MOLLY, THE FARMER'S DAEftIUEIi
[From Harper's Bazar.]
Tn days when ogres were still the term
of certain districts there WU one who hai
long kept a whole neighborhood in fea
without any one daring to dispute hi
By thefts ami exactions, by heavy ran
soms from merchants too old and tough U
be eaten, in one way antl another, the ogp
had become very rich; and although thos
who knew could tell of huge cellars full o
gold and jewels, antl yards and barns groan
ing with the weight of stolen goods, thi
richer he grew the more anxious and covet
oils he became. Moreover, day by day hi
added to his stores; for thougfi (lfke nios
ogres) he was as stupid as he was strong
no one had ever been found, by force 01
fraud, to get the better of him.
I at he took from tho people was no
leaviest griovance. Even to be killet
Urn by him was not the chance thej
it of most. A man can die but once
lie is a sailor a sliark may cat hint
is not so much better than'being tie-
Iby an ogre. No, that was not tht
The worst was this: ho woult
•sting married. And as he liked lit
es, all the short women lived in feai
cad. And as his wives always dice
ion, he was constantly courting fresh
2 said he ate his wives ; some said he
ted, and others that he only worked
) death. Everybody knew it ni
esirable match, antl yet there was
ither who dare refuse his daughter it
re asked for. The ogre only cared
things in a woman—he liked her to
; and a good housewife,
it was when the ogre had just lost
nty-fourth wife (within the'raemory
) that these two qualities were erai
united in the person of the smallest
ist notable woman of the district,
ghter of a certain poor farmer. He
poor that he could not atford pro
i dower his daughter, who had in
lence remained single beyond her
tth. Everybody felt sure that Man
dolly must now be married to the
The tall girls stretched themselves
' looked like May-poles, and said :
juise to house, the heels of their
acked as they went and cried tliat
rhat came of being too thrifty,
sure enough, in due time, the giant
r came to the farmer as he was m
I looking over his crops, and pro
or Molly there and then. The
vas so much put out that he did not
hat he said in reply, neither when
saying it or afterward, when his
asked about it. But he remem
lat the ogre had invited himself to
ie farm that day week,
'ing Molly did" not distress herself
that I bid you, and say as 1 say,"
to her father ; and if the ogre does
ige his mind, at any rate you shall
le empty-handed out of tho busi
j daughter's tfesirb the farmer now
irself went round to all her neigh
as set on a bench near the table.
the ogre came Molly served up the
1 the ogre sat down to sup, his
touching the kitchen rafters. The
o be counted in the tubfuJ. The
i very much pleased, and said,
(raid, my dear, that you have been
:iat trouble and expense on my ac
i have a large appetite, and like to
l mention it, sir." said Molly,
er rats the more corn. How d>
lie of all the extravagant hussies 1
as wives ever cooked them at
i the ogre; and he thought to
himself, "Such a stew out of rats ! What
But as her hand was towards the siu-lv.--,
there was the thread of her spinning; and i
When he broached the wine he was no
less pleased, for it was of the best.
"This, at any rate, must have cost you I
a great deal, neighbor," said he, drinking !
the farmer's health, as Molly left the room. :
"I don't know that rotten apples could j
be better ordered when she is my wife."
The ogre was now in great has c to coi.
--"I should never dream of giving a dowry I
"Whoever gets her gets dowry enough!
On the contrary, 1 .shall expect a good
round sum from the man who deprives me i
of her. Our wealthiest farmer is just wid- i
owed, and therefore sure to be in a hurry
for marriage. He has an eye to the main
chance, and would not grudge to pay well
who was anxious to secure his thrifty bride
at any price ; and he named a large sum of
henceforward, and the beef and mutton will !
soon cover the dowry."
gry, and cried:
" What are you thinking of, man ? Who
is to hinder my carrying your lass Off with
out 'with your leave' or 'by your leave,'
"How little you know her !" said the
farmer. "She is so firm that she would be |
cut to pieces sooner than give you any ben
meet each other." And he named a "sum I
than the fanner had asked. This the far
mer agreed to, as it was enough to make
him prosperous for life.
The next morning, accordingly, the ogre
appeared, carrying the dowry in a sack, anil
Molly came to meet him.
"There arc two things," said she, "I
farm-house, built as I should direct, with a
view to economy, anil a feather bed of fresh
goose feathers, tilled when the old woman
plucks her geese. If 1 don't sleep well I
tann6t work well." "
thought the ogre ; "and after all, the hoilM
will lie my own." So to save Ihe expense
Ihe built it himself, antl worked
after day, under Molly's orders,
■ came. "Then it was finished,
for the feather bed," said Molly,
c the ticking, antl when the old
ucks her geese I'll let you know."
t snows they say the old woman
r is plucking her geese, and si. at
snow-storm Molly sent for the
i-ou see the feathers falling," said
am Tto catch them?" cried the
! don't you see them lying there
"' cried Molly. ''(Jet a shovel,
re accordingly carried in shovcl
>w to the bed but as it melted as
put it in, his labor never seemed
ward night the room got so cold
low would not melt, and now the
astily covered it with sheets antl
rest here to-night, and tell me i(
not comfort itself. To-niormw
red ogre lay down on the bed he
but, do what he would, he could
eetß must be damp," said he ;
morning he woke with such hor
in his bones that he could hardly
half the lied had melted away.
use," he groaned; '.'she's a very
Woman, but to sleep on such "a
be the death of me." And he
■me as quickly as lie could, before
Molly could call upon him to
I; for she was so managing that
re than half afraid of her a
olly found that he had gone sh
mer after him.
oeshe want?" cried the ogrt
told him the fanner was at th
i the bride is waiting for you,'
i I'm too ill to be married,'
nessenger soon returned.
she wants to know what yo
r to make up for the disappoint
it the dowry, and the farm, am
bed," groaned the ogre. "Wha
he want ?"'
the messenger returned.
s you've pressed the feather
-1 she wants some more goose
re geese enough in the yard,"
ogre. "Let him drive them
if he has another word to say,
TO to roast."
ir, who overheard this order,
in taking his leave, and as he
igh the yard he drove home as
of geese as you will see on a
that the ogre never recovered
■ets of sleeping on the old wo
rs, and was less powerful than
maging Molly, being now well
3 had no, lack of oilers of mar
riage, and was soon mated to her mind.
'pHIS IS TUttIVV NOTICE—That on the 15th
A tlay of July, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
aras Issued out of the Distri<:t Court of the Unt
ied Stales for Ihe Eastern District of Virginia,
uralnst the estate or the firm of Hiissell & Mc
'ouri, of Norfolk county, and Slate of Virginia,
idjudgcd bankrupts on their own petition; that
llepaymentofaiiy debts, and the delivery of any
iroilerty belonging to said bankrupt firm, to
hem or for their use, and the transfer of any
iro|ieriy by them, are forbidden by law; thn't
i meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt firm,to
novo their debts and choose one or more assign
as pi their estate, will be held at a court of bank
iipu-.v, to be holden at the Custom-House at
S'orfolk. Va., before Benjamin B. Foster, Esq.,
iiogistor, on the 6th day of August, 1871, atM
_jy_lo -AY'-'y 1Jt 'l'" Marshal as Messenger.
pill* IS TOtilVE NOTICE—That on the 11th
L day of July, IS7I, a warrant in baukruptcv
,vas issued out of thes.District Court of the I'ui
:eil Slates for the Eastern District of Virginia
lgain-t the estate of R. 11. Crawley, of Dinwid
las beirn adjudged a bankrupt on his own
K'fition; that ihe payment of any debts, and the
telivery oranj- property bclongingto said ban 1:
--•upt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
my properly by Mm are forbidden by law ; that
i meeting of, Life creditor" of. sold hankriipt, to
irove their debts, and choose one or more as
ligneesofhia estate, will Ik- held at a court of
lankruptey, to be holden at the Registers ollice,
tichinoud, Virginia, before W, W. Forbes, Esq
teuister, on >he 2iith day .of July, 1871, al HI
.'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKEH,
jy 14—F2w p. S. Marshal.
f.\ SUE DISTRICT COI'RT OF THE
1 UNITED STATES for the Eastern Districtof
I# the matter of Benj. McD. Hamlet bank
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned
•'. H. Turnbull, of Brunswick county, Vir
inia, hereby gives noliee of his appointment as
roignea of the estate of Benj. McD. Ilamlett, of
li-iinswick c'ty, in said district, who was, on the
:ilhdayor April, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bank
■apt on his own petition by the District court of
Dated Luwrcncevillc, July 3d, 1871.
E. If. TURNBUEE,
J- v ■ -^ w Assignee.
f.\ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
I. 1 MTED STATES for the Eastern District of
In ihe matter of W. C. Constable bankrupt—
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned
:ydney SmithandJ.il. Barlow, Jr., of the city
ii Williamsburg, hereby gives notice of their np
loinlnioutos trustees or Ihe estate or W C
'unstable or Williamsburg, in Ihe county of
anies City, in said district, who was, to wil on
he 7th day of June, ls?f, adjudged uhaukiupt
i|wn the petition of his creditors by Ihe District
'onri of said District.
paled at Williamsburg', the 10th day of July,
jy 19—W3w 'y. " ' Tnis'tees
TIM THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE CHI- I
I TED STATES for the District of Virginia
In the matter of Ferguson 4 Deyer, bankrupts—
To Whom It May Concern—The undersigned
t. .Meade Smith, of Norfolk county, Virginia!
ereby gives noliee of lus appointment as assignee
1 the estate of Ferguson & Deyer, of Southanili
lhi county, in said district, wito were, pn the 3d
ay of May, 1871, adjudged a.bankrupt on their j
reditors' petition by tho District. COurt of said
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
LTED STATES for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Prince k Hunter, bankrupts
listrlct of Virejiuia, ss :
Notice is hereby given that a second general
aeetmg of tho creditors of said bankrupts will
«■ held at Norfolk, in said district, on the Ulh
ay ot July, A. D.. 1871, at 12o'clock M., at the
nice of Benj. B. Foster, one of the registers in
aukroptey, in said district, for the nnmsn
ained in tin- Twenty-seventh section of the I
ianlrrupt Act, of March 2d, 1807.
Dated at Norfolk, the llth day of July 1871
iy 10-M2w °' W ' MUHUA,, °».
iiiia TLfc> for tUe Eastern District of
ii the matter of Braneb. J. Connally, bankrupt
i baukruptcy. " ««h*
ro Whom it May Coneern-The undersigned
I. Epes, of Nottoway county Virginia
reby gives notice of his appointment as assignee
the estate of Branch J. Connally, of Noitowav
mty, in said district, who was, on the 7th day
June, IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
Ulon by the district court of said district
lated at Nottoway C. 11., July 3, 1971.
y B—S3w T. F. EPES, Assignee.
„ _ *24«
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED SPATES for tho Eastern District of
d the matter of Isaac 11. Walton, bankrnpl—
o Whom it Mey Concern—The undersigned
m. H. Atlderdice, ot Richmond city, hereby
ea notice ot his appointment as assignee of
estate of Isaac 11. Walton, of Greenville coy
tud district, who was, on the 19th day of June
I>., 18(1. adjudged a lauikrupt on his own DMI
-iou by the Districi (lohM of aafc] district
aled Richmond, July .'id 1871
'pills IS TO UIVE NOTlCE—Thatonthr l*th
I day of .lull, 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy
WIS Issued on< of the District Conn of the 1 nil,si
Slates for the Western District of Virginia
against UK estate of William Witt, of Pat
rick county, and State of Virginia, who has
ts-en adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition ;
that the payment of any debts, and the deliv
ery of any property belonging to said banlrrnpt,
to him or for his use, and the transfer of any
pro|s'rty by him are forbidden by law; that a
■netting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prie. c thi'ir debts, and choose one or more assi
gnees of his Batata will be held at a court of
bankruptcy to be holden at Danville, Va„ be
fore John F. Oohbs, Esq. Register, on the Ist d.-iv
of Augnst, 1871, nt 11 AM.
W Deputy Marshal,
lor A. S. Gray, U. S. Marshal. jy ft—frhr
'pills IN TO HIVE NOTICE—That on Ihe
A 18th day of July, 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued ontof the District Court of the Uni
ied States for the Western District of Virginia
against the estate of George W. Pool, Brook
neal, of Campbell county, and State of Virginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
letition ; that the-payment of any debts, and the
lelivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to Biro or for his use, and tho transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law: that
i meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt
o prove their debts, and choose one or more as
ignees of his estate, will be held nt a court of
aiikrnpiry, to be holden at Danville, Vn., before
. ohn F. Cobiis, Esq., Register, on the Ist dut of
Vugust, 1871, at 11 o'clock A. M.
. <li). Deputy Marshal,
For A. S. Gray, U. S. Marshal. jy 21—F2w
I! IMSTHKCT COURT OF THE TOT.
I'ATES for the Western District of Vir
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cree of the above court, rendered in the
W. (I. k R. V. Lynn, bankrupts, the
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take an account of the liens against
of land in the proceedings mentioned
rlth ;all other encumbrances upon the
to make rejwrt to the next court
interested in the decree above referred
eby notified that I shall, on FRIDAY
y- of August next, proceed to take the
s above required, at my ollice in the
lanville, Virginia, and that the same
-ii' in I from day to day until com
uder my hand this loth day of July
WM. M. MOSELEY,
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and that there is $.10,000 more distributed.
Is rautdr/ eupereedlna; mil other preparation, f,r ptoHutbiz ■
/''..,.,,, a, Sweet ana Wholeecma SOLL3, BISCUIT.", II.'IEAJ.
Duckvhcat and other Griddle CaJcet. Perfectly I'vre r.i„t
;..;.,: v. en.l alwayl ready for immediate uee. The r/.T.1. •
/.". T £.11.1,1./ Powder In tee WORLD, End It WILL KEEP OX
LIXD OR 3EA, in any clonal!, for year*. It Is well nimpw.'
to too use of Housekeepere, Mtntre, Mariners, Eminrunte, dt.,
snd U In fact, In every retpeet, the XKST YEAST POWIo:..
made "for the Kitchen, the Carer, the Galley. "
SOLD BT GnOCEBS k DEALEnaEVERYWIIF.Ki:.
Mauufootured by DOOLE Y&. BROTIIE It
I)' 2-r R ii- T THE UNITED
Ldiii-i lUI t! "' I - :lst, ' rn District of Vir- '
To all whom it may concern, Greeting :
Blackberry Brandy, four (4) Iwt'tles Scotch Whi's- j
Battles,.twenty (30) empty Barrels, valued at tIU, j
Marshal of the United States for said District as I
nn n-iteti to the use ot the United States, and the
same is libeled and prosecuted In this court in the I
name ot the United States, for condemnation for I
Ihe causes in the said Libel set forth, and that '
said cause will stand for trial at the cdurt-rooin
',".', cit V °I Richmond, on Ihe 2!lth day of July
ls.l next, when and where all persons are
warned to appear to show cause why condemna
tion should not be decreed, and to Intervene for
Having a largo stock on hand, I am selling at
greatly reduced prices.
W. J. ANDERSON,
825 Main and 889 Broad streets.
\Y KA . , '.' , ; v f J l'APER~maf be hadTaTthie
)RE LOCK HOSPITAL,
JTU FREDERICK STREET
she practice in the great Hospi
ld the first In this country, \i / -
', Philadelphia and elsewhere,
ist certain, sjieedy and effectual
SB OF IMPRUDENCE.
ii Back or Limbs, Strictures,
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuu-
Impoteucy, General Debility,
pepsia, Ltmguor, Low Spirits,
■as, Palpitation of the Heart'
'dings, Dimness of Sight or
-ases of the Head, Throat, Nose
of the Lungs, Stomach or How
disorders arising rrom the Sol
outh—those secret nnd solitary
ital to their victims than Uie
he Mariner of Ulysses, blighting
nt hopes or anticipations ren
have become tho victims of
dreadful and destructive habit
sweeps to an untimely grave
ng Men or the most exalted
t Intellect, who might otherwise
itening Senates with the thua
or waked to ecstacy the living
, or Young Men contemplating
ware of physical weakness, or
formation, kc, speedily cured
Imseir under the cure or Dr. J.
confide on his honor as a
fidently rely upon his skill as a
and lull vigor restored,
■ease—which renders Hie mlse
je imiiossible—is the penalty
us of improper iiidnlgencies
■ too apt to commit excesses
iware or the dreadful conse
ensue. Now, who that undor
wlll pretend to deny that the
m is lost sooner by those fall
habits than by the prudent'
prived of the pleasures of
I ho most serious ami de-, in le
ntil liody and mind arise The
ranged, the physical and men
i-ned, loss of procrentive now
lily, dys]«'psia, palpitation o
ion, constitutional debility, a
me, coughs, consumption, de
tANTED IN TWO DAYS.
health by unlearned preten
trifling monlh after month
1 injurious compounds, shouk
al College of Surgeons, Lou
one of the most eminent Col
States, and the greater part
■eon spent in the hospitals o
ladelphia and elsewhere, ha
he most astonishing cures
vn; many troubled with ring
nd ears when asleep, great
alarmed at sudden sounds
Vequent blushing, attended'
■rangeineut of the mind, were
all those who have injured
oper indigencies and sollta
u both body and mind, unflt
' business, study, society, or
the sad and melancholy ef
early habits of youth, viz •
ck and Limbs, Pains in the
ght, Loss of Muscular Pow
e Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous
anent ot the Digestivo Func
ity, Symptoms ot Consump
on the mind are much to be
tlemory, Confusion of Ideas,
i, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
list, Love of Solitude, Timid
the evds produced.
:>ns ©rail ages can now judge
their declining health, loosing
heir vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
'maciated, having a singular appearance about
Ke», cough and symptoms ot consumption
iave injured themselves by a certain prac
dulged in when alone—a habit frequently
earned from evil companions or at school, the
.'fleets or which are nightly felt, even when
isleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage im
wssible, and destroys both mind and body—
ihould apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
ountry, the pride of his parents, should be
-Hatched from all prospects and enjoyments of
ife by the consequence of deviating from tho
oath of nature antl indulging in a certain secret
labit. Such persons, MUST, before contempla
X'flcct that a sound mind and body are the most
iiccssary requisites to promote connubial hapi
less; indeed, without these, the journey through
ife becomes a weary pilgrimage, the )iros]H.'ct
lourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
ihadowed with despair and filled with the lnel
mcholy reflection that tho happiness of another
lecomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds ho bos imbibed the seeds of this
niinful disease, it too often happens that an 111
--imed sense of shame or dread of discovery de
ers him from applying to those, who, from edu
•al ion and respectability, can alone befriend him
lie lalls into the hands of ignorant and designing
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his
pecuniary substance, keep him trilling mouth
ifter monlh, or as long as the smallest fee can be
>btained, and with despair leave him with ruined
lealth to sigh over his galling disappointment or
»• the use of that deadly poison Mercury, hasten
he constitutional symplons or the terrible dis
lase, such as Affection or Ihe Head, Throat
S'ose, Skiu, etc., progressing with frightful rapld
ty till death puts a period to his dreadful suifer
ng by sending him to that undiscovered country
rum whose ls>urne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston offers the most
sortain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy in
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few
toors rrom Ihe corner. Fail not to observe the
lame and number.
US' No letters received unless post-paid and
-ontaining a stamp to be used on the reply. Per
■ons writing should state age, and send portion
)f advertisement describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing and
Worthless imposters advertising themselves as
Physicians, trifling with and ruining the health
>f all who unfortunately fall into their power,
hat Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say e»
recially to those unacquainted with his reputa
.ion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always
lang in bis ollice.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution
uliin the last eighteen years, and the nuine
ous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
on, witnessed by the reporters or the "Suix"
id many other papers, notice of which appeared
gain and again before the public, besides his
muling as a gentleman of character and ros]K>n
bility, is a sutlleicient guarantee to Ihe afflicted
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED!
lust published, In a sealed envelope. Price 8
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT-
M I-.N'T, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex
ual Debility, and Impediments lo Murriage gene
rally ; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
md Fits ; Mental and Pysical Incapacity, result
ing from Self-Abuse, 4c, by Rob't J. Ci'Lvbr- i
wkli., M. D., author of the "Green Book," 4c.
"A BOON TO THOUSAND OF SUFFERERS." j
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
ress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
K>stage stamps, by
('HAS. J. C. KLINE k CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Ollice box 4488.
SUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is mot
J a thing of yesterday, got up to gull the un
ary and put money in the pockets of the pro
nietors. It has stood the test of time. Having
teen in the market over thirty years, its very
mo will recall to many who are now the re
s'cted heads of families, ihe halcyon (lavs of
leir youth, with all its joys and sorrows;" it is
1 the same; infallable in its operation; a spe
c remedy for youthrul indiscretion and tolly;
rue friend. It is for sale by all druggists —
ice, (11 per bottle. de 14—ly
„ „ _~.... .
TiEMOVAL TO NEW BANKING ROOMS,
NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET,
Between Main and Bank Streets.
NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AND
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, 1885.
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made
daily (excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to « P.
M., and on Saturday Evenings from S to 8 o'clock.
INTEREST at the rate ol six \ier cent per an
unm declared and compounded In March July and
November, on all sums or FIVE (6) DOLLARS I
Deposits reoeived or FIVE CENTS and up
wards. CHARLES SPENCER,
feb I—tf Cashier
- ——. -~ —: —r— — z —... _i: — .
k LI. THE TYPE WITH WHICH THIS
ii. PAPER IS PRINTED, was east at the
RICHMOND 8c DANVILLE A\|> p|FD
BETWEEN RICHMOND AND GREENS
BORO, N. C, ISO MILES.
VIRGINIA SHORT LINE BETWEEN TIG
NORTH AND SOUTH.
Southern Connections with N. Carolina Rail
road at Greensboro for Charlotte, 4c, N C
Columbia, 4c, S. (!., Augusta, Macon, Savannal
Columbus, Atlanta, 4c, Ga, Montgomery, Mi
bile, 4c, Ala., New Orleans. La., and Texas.
The shortest and most direct route from Rich
mond to Augusta, Atlanta and points beyoni]
with Southside Railroad at Burkeville fo
Lynchburg, Va., Bristol, Knoxville, t iialtauoogn
Nashville, Memphis, 4c, Term., Louisville, tul
uinbus , 4c , Ky., and all other imiiortatit point
In the South and Southwest.
Northern Connections with Richmond, Frede
rioksburgand Potomac, Chesapeake and Ohio
and Richmond and York River Railroads al Rich
mond, Va., for Washington, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, New York. 4c, Cincinnati, Indianapolis
(Mucago, St. Louis, and all principal cities of the
WRATES OF FARE AS LOW AS BY ANY
THROUGH TICKETS can be procured at all
Important points, Nonh or South, and at Riih-
WTSlooping Curs and Reclining Chain, on
T. M. R. TALCOTT,
Eng'r and Sitp't, Richmond, Va.
A. S. Bt roan, Pres'i, Richmond, Va.
JNO. H. MACMURDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
Jy 8 Richmond, Yn.
HIIESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
n nnd after Till 'RSDAY, June Ist, PAssE.V
X TRAINS leave Richmond (Sundays ex
ted) as follows :
30 A. M—MAIL TRAIN for White Sulphur
Springi connecting at Gordonsvllle with orange
Alexandria antl Mantissas train for Washington
and North, antl Lynchburg and South.
3:35 P. M— ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
Gordonsvllle, except on Saturday, on which day
It leaves at SP. M. This train connects nt Gof
donsville with night trains onO., A. 4 M rail
road for Lynchburg and Washington.
On and after tho 15th or JUNE a PASSEN
GER TRAIN will run daily (except Sundays) be
tween Staunton and the White Sulphur, as fol
Leave Staunton at S:ls A. M., arrive at White
Sulphur at 1:32 P. M. ; leave White Sulphur at
EM P. M., arrivo at Staunton at 7:44 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, to
all iKiints North, West and Southwest
Further information may be obtained at the
No Passenger Trains are run on Sundays.
A. H. PERRY,
Jaxes F. NtTnRRLA.vn,
General Ticket Agent. (c 8
H.i H .!r r)U . l i?. RK'HMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, corner
Byrd nnd Eighth streets, as follows :
The DAY TRAIN daily at 5:20 A. M. Arrives
in Washington at 12:15, Baltimore (except on
Sundays) at 2:1,1, Philadelphia at 6 15, and New
York at 1u.20 P. M. THE SAME DAY.
The NIGHT TRAIN daily (except onSiindays)
at 8i46 P. M. J i i SI
The DAY TRAIN arrives in Richmond at 2:17
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives in Richmond
Mondays excepted at 3:30 A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, lor Mil
ord leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays
xcepted) at 4:30 P. JVI. Arrives in Richmond it
8:42 A. M.
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 0:45 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
( hAGE Checks to all the principal points in the
North, East and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner or Broad and
TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eighth
General Ticket Agent.
. T. D. Mveks, General Superintendent.
Riciimosd and York River Railroad, )
SUPERINTENDENTS OFriCE, [
,-....«,„». Richmond. Va., June 30th. 1871. )
/CHANGE OF SCHEDULE—DAIL* LINE.
On and after MAY 30th, 1871, tho TRAFVS on
this road will run as follows:
!Vest Point daily at 9:00 a m : arrive at
I daily at 10:55 am.
tichmond daily at 3:00 p m | arrive at
it daily at 4:48.
HT TRAINS WITH PASSENGER
tichmond daily (Mondays excepted)
y this train will leave Richmond at 0-00
ing at West Point at 8.41 am., and re
lave West Point at 3:40 p m, and nr
chmond at 7:30 ]> in, thus enjoying fine
r bathing in commodious bath-rooms
to round trip, 1:00.
connect daily (Sundays excepted) at
it with first-class Steamers for Dal
ai all points North and West,
m Richmond to Baltimore, Ss.oo
i Bills of Lading given to all points
Snath. Freights received daily and
going by this route get a good night's
st comfortable boats, with tables un
to/ any, and arrive in Baltimore in
onhern and Western trains,
ight Train, with Passenger Car at- I
unlays and Mondnvs excepted), will
uond at 4am; arrive at West Point
.'est Point (Sundays and Mondays ex
-1 pro, j arrive at Richmond at 4:40 p
after Saturday, July Ist BOUND
!KETB TO WEST POINT on Mail
to go down on SATURDAYS and
MONDAYS, will be *1.50, and on
tins on SUNDAY mornings, leaving
iepot at 6A. M., and returning at 7 a. I
round trip, in this way persons may
salt water bathing at West Point
uses arolltted up. Good holds are
c accommodation ot guests at in sle
iNßil, Freight Agent, '
I.OR, Ticket Agent. je 30
-UINIA AND TENNESSEE AIR LINE.
GREAT PASSENGER AND FAS I
:IGHT- ROUTE FOR THE SOUTH
OUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST. '
Great Passenger and Fast Freight Line is
seil or the Richmond antl Danville rail-
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
ennossee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad,
tile and Chattanooga Railroad and Mem
id Charlestown Railroad and their connec
entfer trains leave Richmond daily at 9:18
making close connections throughout to
burg and all stations on A., M and Ohio
d, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth; Grand
hi, Memphis, NnwOrleans, Chattanooga
i, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalian Ai-
Rome, Senna, Macon, Columbus ana all
South and Southwest, Nashville, Coluin
hicago, Cairo St. Louis anil all points I
ugh tickets good until used,
■age checked through.
and elegant sleeping cars on all night
lower than by any other route.
fast freight line on this route offers great
nerds to shippers.
Through bills ladings issued antl rates guaran
Quick line and low rates and a prompt adjust
ment of all claims for losses, damage or over
For further Information, apply at the office of
the Virginia and Tennesse Air-Line Railway
1323 Main street, or at the office of the Richmond
and Danville railroad.
THOMAS PICKNEY, Agent Claims anTEx
penses, Norfuir, Va, j e 3
QRANOE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS-
On and after Sunday, January 20, IS7I one
SHm-EH*™ I * B .* lnii " wi " r "n between WASH
INGTON anil LYNCHBURG, connecting at
(lordonsvdle with the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virgin
la Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, and at Washington, to the North an
Leave Washington daily at 0:55 a. m, and Alex- I
andriaat Ba. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 5.05 I
Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 a. m., arrive at Alex
andria at 6:20 p. m., and at Washington at 0:15
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
daily (excepting Sunday) at 10.30 a in; leave Al
exandria at 11:20 a. m., pass Strasburg at 4-20 I
p. m., antl arrive at Ilarrisburg nt 7 p. m.
Eastward, leave Harrisburg at 6:30 a. m ■ pass
Strasburg at 9.25 a. m., arrive at Alexandria at
I.M p. m. and at Washington in time for connect
ing with the 3 p.m. train rrom Washington to Bal-
Good connections, by comfortable coaches, ore
made to ialrfax Court House from Fairfax sta
tion ;to Middleburg from Plains; to Upperviiie
rrom 1 ledmont, and to Staunton fiom Harrison-
Elegant sleeping cars are run daily between
New york and Lynchburg, without change.
Also, cars through between Baltimore and
Lynchburg, avoiding the inconvenience of trans '
fer la Washington.
Through tickets and baggage checked to all
prominent points. X M. BKOADUS,
n»h 7—tf 1 ieuerol Ticket Agent. '
! YJy-ASHINUTON ANDOHIO RAILROAD.
SPUING scheduleT BEGINNING
Two Trains daily (except Sundays) between
| Alexandria and Hamilton.
, Leave Alexandria at 8:40 A. M. and 5 P M
Arrive at Hamilton at loss A. M. and 7:2.0 P. M.
Leave Hamilton at 8:80 A. M. and 1118 P M
»U?J*i.^ c 5 ndrt ? 1 S:OS A - M. and 2:35 P. M.
■ uSSA M lnlln fr,,m Alexandria and 12:15
■ ™-' Rlln from Hamilton, connect at Hamilton
with Kemp's Daily Line of Coaches (or Pureed
v lie, Snickersville, Borrytille and Winchester
also, with Reamer's Line of Coaches, which leave
| Loesbnrg daily for Aldie and Middleburg
Annual tickets, sixty dollars; commtitnti. r
i ticki'ts (25 tripsi at 2H cents per mile.
, ~ B H. HAVENNER,
" la General Ticket Agent.
/ tllANiili 68 m jieiii le.
I FOR NORFOLK, JAMES .iKiiiMSfej
On and after TUESADY. July lsih. the I i-i
: antl elegant side-Wheel steamer PALISADE
COptaln Ciias. Nei.so.v, will leave her whan'
j "Wliatan Steamboat Company's shed al
lean- Norfolk on WEDNKSDAYS U a3'"MOV
I)A\S, at 8,80 A, M., touching at King'sMillund
I Grove Wharf, and all regular landings, going
and returning. h' h ■
| "ill leave her wharf at Rocketts for Binn's on
< bickahominy, THURSDAYS at 0.30 A. M
connecting at City Point with Ihe 7 o'clock train'
from Petersburg, touching at all the regular
(.landings on James river down to Dojard'a
Wharf, and all regular landings on Chickahouu
ny. Returning, will leave Binn's on FRIDAYS
at 5.30 o'clock A. M.
Freight received at all hours for Norfolk and
way landings on James River.
Freight for Chicknhominy received only on
\\ ' dnesdnys.
All freights lo way landing must be prepaid.
rare tv Norfolk, *2.
Excursion tickets to Norfolk and return, *3.
tor further particulars, apply to Captain on
board or to GEORG X. CURRIE, Agent.
At t...t-itRiE 4 (u.s. corner lsth and Cary
T.IOR NEW YORK.--OLD DO- ~^FJBkr
X MINION STEAMSHIP co.tl- ,*JLyIi
I b L t —VESr& i .'"' w "de-wheel Stenmshij*.
T^rr.STir 1 " ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA,
IT EH AS and NIAGARA leave New York
folk, City Point anil Richmond every TUES
£ fc THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1
fuse ships are entirely new, and were built
ressly for this route.
ley have eplenditl saloons nnd state-rooms
I he iiccommoda lions and attention are an
jods gripped by this line arc landed regn
o x, Pvv Yolk . on the Company's covered
37 North river, within forty-eight hours
luranco effected when ordered, at a qi-ui
ir one per cent, at the office of this coin
eights for points beyond New York forwarded
i dispatch, and no charge made execept nt
P For further informal ion apply to
'~ lf No. 3 Governor street.
RGINIA STEAMSHIP nil J^-MK
~-T]'. *i"a»nships GEORGE B. UPTON and
? ZkblW leave New Yoik etery
TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 3 o'clock P M'
■ri''i'i ','T-:- 1 X< ,";'. h , T r ! v . 1 ' ; h»ve Richmond every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY at high tide
Close connections made with steamers for all
Southern antl Eastern ports.
... B. J- BURR, President
W AsiiixaTo.v & Co., Agents, Richmond Va
re e£Z£ iN * orlh riV( ' 1 '' New York - up i
XT J. SAVERS, "'""
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Buys and sells improved and unimproved lands
anywhere in the United Suites.
T Hii » REAR l (IMPOSITION sM-OftK —hor
A bouse fronts, docks, piers, culverts, 'walls
foun atns and all building purposes; harder more
durable antl 100 per cent, cheaper 'than Z ra
stone ior supply of same, or right of ma i fac
i.T^rTk-'"" n !"' s or States, apply to CHAS W
N ' V ***** Slone C, -I.'
pony, 1.2,'1S Broadway. N. Y.
/ ION I I-.WERAII-; LOCAL STAMPS.'
1 ' Fol ! r l >oll arsapi,w paid for the local
,v,. '. inl'Vi" - v ','"', Confederate Pjstmnsters,
Street, New York City. ■•"-, N.i nassaii
J GARGLINGOIL j
j IS OOOD POR I
**"*■ Bhittmatlsot. j
Flesh IVounds, ' Pishulo. JftJntf,, I
Irost blte s Spteins.Str/noy, I
Krt,no,l Potsons, S-ratch.s. „, &>,-£,, |
(.alls ~/■ All Atodp, Found,re4 F.,t, .
*'£~< glngloae. Cocked Heels,
Bit, sof Amm tit ant Koip in Poull, v
Toothache, etc., et-c.
Large Si2K, UjMKiiiia, 50c; Smam., -.-sc.
The gargling Oil lias l„ en in use as a T ho.
!w" iV",- *«!j* A" W a-k 'is :.
rair t ~,/. but be sure and follow direclions.
, A"* - v ;'.": "'■■■>'; I druggist „,- dealer iii pa
tent .iiedicnies, for one of our A Imam,-' and
Ssr' ;md mi " wh,lt,l "• >*£«**
Tin- Gargling Oil Is for sale by nil respect-
Our 1i5?;,,,,,,,;,,/, Oate from 1833 lo the nre
sei.l, and are unsolicited. Use the ,;, -~t JL
0,1 and 1,-11 y„„r what it lias toe
We deal i.-iirand libt-ral «i:l, all, and del,
IP, iv f„ r „„ „ l „„; i^: ,'„
AT LOCKI'ORI', N. Y.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY, 1
| JOHN HODGE, Sn-'y. I
COD LIVER OIL.
We desire lo call attention of the Medic-il Vie
.■ssiou to [his preparation of Cod Liver O \\ tor
ihe followlftg reasons': ItwUl -icn,. ,-S*,i
in.*-tdel.ilil„ted stomach decldedlv »«
Pi-asantto adniiinsier. „ g
tin t. I ""' " iu,s, 'ale, as ihe I'anvrea
1 i-'ts •i i ' ''' "' v "' V l:li " oil - Prtee
SiOiliivlVJ IDS Fulton St., N. Y.
soltl by Druggi.-is generally.
L't'ii ai.vi «».•.v..^.-'L„„„^!!!^!^TT^ ,, "^**
s f and TintU-',-' lo i
NET, Delaware, Ohio •> K AN
aV »8. Does all at once. Warrant,-.! „,kf?
V, Vfu^t^*^?.*" 0 d «»i>-es a ITRW^XTIieI
■AJ SEW ING MACHINE (than which then.T
tor return postage, AVERY & (X) ,
IYOi-siu vie Mouth eau hear semeiiM,u,"».
■t 1 *""
ifi'iOr\*- MONTH. Horse and
«.'«-» sCU furnished. Expenses jiald.
A MILLION DOLLARS. '" " —
Shrt'wtl but quiet men can make a fortune by
revealing the secret or the business to no one '
Address WILLIAM WRAy!
jy i—iw . Oris Broadway, New York
A UEVIS, READ IHISf; — —
tMVEiVWiJI^^ KNTS A SALARY OF
»•>" lER w ELK and Expeasse,,«- , v n ow a lar _,
loninnssion to sell our new and wonderful inven-
Uons. Atldress M. WAGNER k CO., Marshall,
rfTHE BRIDAL ('HamuerT "
, l \. SA Jv,?' o,t V,II ™MHN, en great SO
liimTsSW "'"' ABUSES, which interfere
■jim .MARRIAGE—with sure means of relief fen
lie erring and unfortunate, diseased and deblli
laie.l sent free of charge, in sealed envelopes
Addi — HOWARD ASSOCIATION No ii
Ninth stie.-t Philadelphia, Pa „ ly n— 3m '