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The weather sii" contnroes Pno—not ton
cck>l nor tin lint. ; i cvciywny jrst as every
< lie l ; kcs. a ilny passe : "lat we
tlo not have a refreshing mower, wh-eh
cools Ihe- air suilinently To Keen us Com
The prospects of having pioil crops ties
ye°r are hr'''i. espoclc'ly In th's
NOll'l.l CVUOI INA KI.WTION.
The number of Southerners a, .ivire' here
on t'.e'r wav to Noilhcin chics nnd water
' i-r-places s now on the decrease. But
ve.y few n.viics ,'oin Ninth Carn'-'ua are to
he found ii fie hotel To the con
i ary, nei'vly a'l : i the govei.-nent daM i
nients i" - id oiher.s teinporar'ly employed
here Snm that Slate, have already gone
home to cast the'r vote on Thursday ne\v
for the Jfepuh'-can ticket—to vote "No con
vent'on" aud save the homestuoil. We are
dai'y ; u rceei) tof loiters fn n the different
p- is of the State of the most eroourr ,''>g
character, ad it : S generally concceded here,
by Democra. •, even, that the result of nex.
Thursday's p'ecUoll Witt be the death lnie'l
of Ku-Kiuxism in North Carolina.
On account of the lateness of the season,
the President lias entirely abandoned the
idea of pay ; i« a visit to the Pacific coast
Ill's year. lie is e.vp -ted in Washington
th : ' week to m 'et h : s t 'ab'iet.
As you know, the President and most of
Ihe head-i of departments are absent, and
have been for some t ; me, g.ving some show
of truth to the charges so gratcfnl to the
Democracy, that the public business : s de
layed and suffering for want of personal at
tention. Such, however, is not tho fac.
Ihisine ■•■ ; in the departments is moving liir-
WH d with the regularity of clock-work,
more beiirr accompiislied in a given pel iixl
thai can be diHW during the session of CVn
t -ess, wlien the regnhtt jiroi,.ess of work
•s constantly 'lterrupted by iiuinerous calls
for information, dha pressure ol fouc eases
out of their o.'der, and the necessity im
posed to "hwa't pending legislation which
may allect any particular case or class of
With the advantages of the telegraph and
railroads, the President, at Long Hranch,
has been about as acce.ssilile on every ques
tion of unpo'. iance demanding his personal
at.eni.ion, as he would be at the Soldiers' '
Home, only three Rites from the capital—
with tins exception, howeve/, that place
seekers ire nut so well satis.led as when
he is here, lo be bored by their personal
pload : ngs.
The busine a of tlie second liscal year un
der President (..'rant, s being balanced up,
and is assiuning the shape of statements for
Ihe annual repoi ts and estimates, and, when
placed before the country, \\ 111 prove emi
nently satisfactory to those who desire stea
dy progress 'n wholesome relbi.ns aud a
healthy growth in linaneial ability and pub- i
,; c e"ntidence.
Politically, there is quiet, but it is the
quiet wh-c'i precedes tlie storm. Jloth par- '
lies are industi -oi'sly lay ; ug the foundation
fir the canipa ; 'j,i of 18/2—each : i its ow.i
particular way—and tune alone wi" deter
nrne wleeh ; s the wisest, hi (he few im
poii:Mit elections to Le held tins year, it is
now believed the Republicans wih fully de
monstrate their abi'ity to hold the eouutry
lii .ny and securely, and that the llemocra- '
cy. when the : - national convention meets,
wi I have to consider the exnedieney of an- i
o.her "New t'ejiauure," that of IS7I be- '
ing a ready a practical failure.
Aaiuoi!i,Ti!Ki': DBPABI .hk • r. '
The newly appomtcd Comuiisslone- of
the Agricultpral .Judge Watts,
of Carlisle, Pa., is expected ; i Washing
ton to-day to be ii reiw'iness to assume !''S
(illicial duties on Tueiday nuxt, August Ist.
Ci ,: .ef Clerk McLean, of tha, Depan.neiit, ■
hi l ; been aCtiDg Commissioner since t'ene- '
ral U.ipron tooiv 1-i.s ilepartine. This lie- ''.
parunent ; s ; u Cue working order and I
ever} Jim"; moves ,: ke clock work. I
In come'pience of the prevalence of di- ',
caved Quit in ihe d : 'l'erent parts of the i
corutiy th : s season, the Department is W ;
consl-uit reciipt of ictiers of in.|iiires a,s to ;
what remedies the Department would re
commend to be applied (0 prevent the occur
rence of the s:'ne thing another year. ,
An experienced mierostopisi under the
inso.'uct : on of the Department, is making
da'ty examinations as to the cause and wre
o.' too mildew on the foreign t id native
R.ape vine. The mildew is photographed
"i its v.uioe i forms, its mycelium and
snores, aud wM be engraved for use in the ,
lorthcoinnig report of the Department, in .
connection with many instructive points of
interest lo the g.ape grower, which H ill be
pubrjsbed at m ea-ly day. Like.
DEMOOKATIC S'Ml'l KJITV. —The Lou4- :
>llle Daily Ci-untnial has heretofore ex
posed the reeVcisway n wh : ch the Demo
cratic Legislatu-e of Ken.acky has sacil
liccd tho 'iter sof the pi ople of that
Slate to co.porato monoiioh'es. In a late
: ssue it has the follow ing paragraph:
"Tilers ; s a or'giuality about
Kentucky Democracy. When we show
that it h.i mysteriously made way with
over four m'tfons of the sinking fund, anil
sipiandered one million : n excess of revenue
received, it says j 'We'l, but hasn't South .
Carolina squandered money, and hasn't
Texas done so, anil Louisiana, and other
Southern Slates '." And straightway itfalls
to abusing the State administrations in
South Carolina, Texas and Louisiana, as if
that Justified their own shortcomings and
In the summing up of the sub-committee
on Ku-Klux and the digests of the facts es
tablished by the whole investigation, made
up by the Washington resident I.'.■publican
Kxecutive Committe, we have a very fair
statement of the condition of things in the
South. The sub>comauttM spent four
weeks in the country, taking testimony and
seeing and hearing for themselves. Their
report, as summarized, is before the coun
try ; aud the facts therein detailed, togeth
er with the results of previous investiga
tions, justify the conclusions arrived at by
the Washington committee. That the irre
eoncilables of the South see no hope for
them but through the success of the Demo
cratic party is admitted ; that these out
rages are perpetrated in the interest of the
Democracy is too evident to admit of a
cavil; and that a Ku-Klux organization,
Hoiking to prevent the spread of Republi
canism and promote the interest of the De
mocracy, does exist in the South is a.con
elusiou to which all candid cxaminalion
leads.—A r . Y. Tribune.
The horn of a Patagoiiiaa ox has bi-en
forwarded to Baltimore. It is sixty-live
inches long, seventeen ; uches in circum
ference at the base, and will hold seven
Mrs. Sarah Hall, of Detroit, celebrated
tier one-hundredth birthday on Wednesday
evening. She can knit socks iv four lan*
guages, and repeat the Commandments with
one hand behind her back.
New Hampshire would be quite a large
State if it were Hat instead of being
crumpled up SO that it can be stuck ill a
corner of the map. 11. Stands higher in the
world than States which make a greater
THE STATE JOURNAL
Tin: State JotoimY enters npon a hew career,
under auspices which promise permanence and
■ increased usefulness.
This paper will be Republican. The organ of
no wing or clique, It will aim to represent the
policy of the National party ; to build up a heal
thy National sentiment, and Inspire love of the
t I*, will not be the vehicle of |>ersonal detraction
' nor bo used to get its pets into Office, nor to keep
! others*out. The safety of all Is in the triumph
i of the cause ; and to secure it, all inn-t labor
• /.caletisly and devotedly, aud take their chances
in the general result.
; Aiming to treat every member of its own party
! generously, it will be just to its opponents. It
will discuss all questions of public interest fairly
and temperately. Asserting the right earnestly
and resolutely, and bating no jot or tittle of the
truth which it is called to declare, it will aim to
"si>eak the truth in love."
1 will commend genius, patriotism and virtue
cvciywhere, aud bo as prompt to exposecorrupt
tion and imbecility in its own party as in another.
We shall advocate all measures to advance the
public good, originating in our own party or out
side. There are vital questions enough between
us ami the opposition without socking issues
where all good men should stand on common
Relieving popular Education to be the one cry
ug want of our State and of the country, we
shall giro largo space to its advocacy. To edu
cate thoroughly all the children of the Statu
should M the supreme and paramount work of
legislation. To this sacred task we consecrate
our pajier. We shall plead the cause of the little
ones who have no voice ; and, in so pleading, we
plead for the future of Virginia in whatever can
make her great and glorious.
The financial condition of tho country, and es
pecially of the South, will not bo neglected. Wo
advocate a financial policy which will bring hack
again to the South more than its old prosperity.
We are for the encouragement of a varied home
industry. We are for Free Hanking, under a sys
em which makes money absolutely safe and ac
cessible to business men at living rates. We are
for such a revenue sytem as will preserve tho
public credit without im]io.sing undue burdens
upon the people.
Realizing the vast imjiortauco of mechanical
and manufacturing Industry, we shall labor
heartily for the development of these in ten* is,
we shall give accurate and detailed iutormation
of our vast natuaral wealth in mines, forests,
water-powers and fisheries.
Relieving in the "harmony of interests," we
shall endeavor lo show how fully each is depen
dent uj>on tho pro»|terity of all; that labor aud
capital, employer and employee, should bo allies
and friends, enriching each other by fraternal co
Agriculture is our i>et. Fresh from a Virginia
I farm, which we leave lovingly and reluctantly
for awhile, we have learned something of what
wide and varied knowledge, what patience, econ
omy and administrative ability it lakos to make
a farmer. We shaH give large space to Agricul
ture ami Horticulture.
lv conclusion, we will say 'that we will unite
cordially ami oarncHtly with men of all parties
to remove every obstacle to the moral, intellec
tual aud physical progress of our Statu and na
lion. There are thousands of noble young men
and women in the State full of grand capacity
now dormant ami wasting. The old Common
wealth ia sounding tho drum-beat to duty. Let
them shake off the uight-maro of conservatism
aud old traditions, and march bravely to the
work of this new day. So shall they make the
future of Virginia worthy of the past, and them
selves worthy of a great ancestry I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITEDSTATES for the Eastern District of
la (lie matter of Hmij. McD- Hamlet bank*
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
F. R. Turnii :11, of Rruuswick county, Vir
ginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assignee] of the estate of Henj. McD. Hamlett, of
Ib'iiuswick c'ty, in said district, who was, on the
K'.tb day of April, A. D., IH7I, adjudged a bank
rupt ou his own jvelition by the District court of
Dated Lawrenceville, July 3d, 1871.
E. R. TURNBULL,
jy S—S.'lw Assignee.
rpllis IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the 11th
L day Ot' liiU, I*7l, a warrant iv bankruptcy
was Lasttedout of the. District Court of the Uni
ted stales for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of It. H. Crawley, of Diuwid
widdie county, and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt ou his own
petition ; that me payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belouging lo said bank
rupi, to him or for his use, and me transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law ; that
a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, lo
prove their debts, and choose one or inure as
signees of his estate, will he held at a courtof
bankruptcy, to tie boldm at the Registers office,
Richmond, Virginia, before. W. W. Forbes, Esq.,
Register, ou the 2i;th day of July, IS7I, at lo
o'clock A. M. DAVID 11. FARKEK,
jy 14— U. S Marshal.
IysTRICT COURT OF fHK UNITED
XJSTATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
This i.s to give notice : That on tho 10th day of
July, 1871, ! l warrant of bankruptcy was issued
out of the District Courtof the United States for
the Eastern District of Virginia, against the
estate of John 11. Stover, of Rector town, Fauquier
county and State of Virginia, who has tieen ad
judged a bankrupt on creditor's petition:—
That the payment of any debts, and
the delivery of any property belonging to
to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, aud the
transfer of any property by him, are forbidden
by law :--Thnt a meeting n tho creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their ddbts, and choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of Jiankruptcy, to be holden at the Regis
ter's otlice in Alexandria, Virginia, before Lysnn
der Hill, Baa., register, on the 6th day of August,
1871, at v o'clock A. M.
DAVID. 11. PARKER,
jy H—F2W U.S. Marshal.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
Ti;i) STATES for the Eastern District of
In the mailer of Hranch J. Connally, bankrupt
- in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
T !•'. Epes, of Nottoway county, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his apiKiiutmout as assignee
ol the estate of Hrauch J. Conn;illy, of Nottoway
county, iv said district, who was, on the 7th day
of June, 1871, mljudgcd a I tank rupi ou his own
petition by tlie district court of said district.
Dated at Nottoway C. 11., July 3, 1871.
jy H—S3w T F. EPES, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Iv the matter of Isaac 11. Walton, bahkrupb—
To Whom il May Concern—The undersigned,
Win. H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
the estate of Isaac 11, Walton, of Greenville coy,
in said district, who was, on theßHhday of June,
A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti
tion by the District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, July nd, 1871.
Whi. H. ALLDERDICE,
jy iv—Maw Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of
lv the matter of W. C. Constable bankrupt
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
Sydney Smith and J. 11. Harlow , Jr., of the cily
of Williamsburg, hereby gives notice of their ap
pMiui iiieui a.s trustees of the estate of W. C
Constable of Williamsburg, in the county of
James City, iv said district, who was, to wit, on
the 7th day of Juno, IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt
u]hiu the petition of his creditors by the District
Courtof said District.
Dated at Williamsburg, the 10th day of July,
J. H. UAUX.OW.Jii.
jy ly—W3w Trustees.
rpillS ISTOOIVE NOTlCE~Thalo«thel6lh
1 day of .Inly, 1871, a warrant in baulcruptcy
was i-sued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Eastern Duttrict of Virginia,
auaiust the estate of the Mrm of Russell St Mr-
Court, of Norfolk county, aud StaLe of Virginia,
adjudged bankrupts on their own petition; that
the payment of any debt*, and the delivery of any
properly belonging to said bankrupt linu, to
them or for their use, and the transfer of any
property by them, are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of tlie creditors of said bankrupt Urm.lo
prove their debts and choose oue or mors assign
ees of their estate, will be held at a courtof bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the Custom-House at
Norfolk, Va., before Ueujainln U. Foster, Esq.,
Register, on lh*» Bth day of August, )S7l, atrJ
tVolonk M. JOHN W FARKELL,
jy 19—Wsiw Deputy Marshal as Messenger.
OU> L'APMIiH-iH any quantity- tor sale at
r I vt»i SU A il. JOURNAL is an excelleHt ad j
I vcrtisiug medium. Try it aud see.
lif THE D. STRICT COURT OF THE IM
TEI> STATES for the Eastern District of
In ilieinaUerof Geo. W, Hanks, bankrupt—in
At Abingdon, Va, on the 291b. day of July, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
please take notice, thata petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. John O. Undei wood, judge of
the said District Court, by William Page, assig
nee of the estate of snid ban'erupt, to sell the
real estate l>elonging to said bankrupt, ./ee from
all Hem thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that iv teims of said petition an order has been
Issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, for a'l perrons who may
be interested in said estate, to appear before 11.
C. Gibbon*. Esq.., register in banl.rnptey, at his
olllce, in the town of Abingdon, on the 19th day
of August, 1871, at lo o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such an order should
not be granted. WILLIAM PAGE,
an I—Tu2w Assignee.
IN TIIK bWTRICT COURT OP THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Tobias Phillips, bankrupt —
At Abii.gdon, Va., the 2uth day of July, 1871.
TO Win M IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a ]X) itiou has been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, by Wi'llam Page assig
nee of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell ihe real
estate belonging to said banUrnpt, free norn :It
'•ens the eo'i.
This is O giro notice to all i>ersous interested,
that in teams of said petit 'on an order has been
issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the slid District Oou.t, for all iktsous who may
be interns ted i i said estate, to appear before 11.
O. CMWboTS, E.g., regiter in baukru)>tcy, at his
otlice, ii the t iwu of Abingdon, on the I'.i.h day
of August, 1871, at In o'clock x. M., ami s'uw
cause, if any they have, why such an ord.tr should
not be g.'aiib d WILLIAM PAGE,
au I—Tu'lw Assignee.
IN THE JJISTUICT COURT OF THE UM
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
aii the mailer of John C. Carr, bankrupt—in
At Abingdon. Va., the 39tb day of July, IS7I.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please lake notice, that apetitioii has been pre
sent d to the Hon. John C. underwood, judge of
thesahl Distuct Coin., by R, M. and Win. Page,
of the esial I of said ban' upt, to sell
the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, nee
from all bens ther on.
Tins Is to give notice to alt persons interested,
that iv tonus of said petition an order has hi en
issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood, lodge of
I he said District Coin ■, for all per.-.ons who may
tie interested .n said c date, to appear before 11.
C. Gibbons, Eg., register in bankruptcy, at bis
otlice in the lowa of Abingdon, on tho 19th day
of August, I*7l, at 1(1 o'clock A. M., aud show
cause, if any they have, why such an order should
not be granted. R. M. & WM. PAGE.
au I—Tn2w Assi mtes.
IN THE O'STRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of P. C. Iluchauan, Jr., bank
At Abingdon, Va., the 89th day of July, IS7I.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petit'on has been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. Under wood, judge of
the said District Court, by William Pn-je, a sig
iieent <.he i state of said bant, up;, tose 1 ' ihereni
estate be'onging to said hard iip., hee ,'om all
This is to n»vo notice to all persons iiii.erested,
that iv terms of said petition an order has been
iss icd by the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, for a" persons who may
he interested in said estate, io appear before li.
C. Gibbons, E ; q., Regisier iv bankruptcy, at bis
otlice in tho town of Abingdou, on the lidh (lay
of IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show
cause, if any they have, why such an order should
not l*e granted. WILLIAM PAGE.
au I—Tu2w Assignee.
IN TIE UiSTRkCr COURT OP THE |JN|-
TEH STATES, for the Eastern District of
In the matter of John W. Davis, bank.'upt-
■ At Abingdon, Va , ti o2').h day of July, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition bas bi en pre
sent' d to the Hon. John O U.ide, wood, judge of
the said Dis.rict Court, by R. M. and Win. Page,
smMgnees of the estate of said baiili.upi, t >
sell the real <s.nle be'onynir to said bankrupt,
free from all liens then on.
Tbi; is to fctVS noi-ce io oil persooe ritercsled,
that ii tei ins cf said pc.i.ion a i order has been 1
issued by the Hon. John (J. Underwood, jndge of i
the Bald Disir'tt (Jour., for all pe> ons wboWlay i
be interested iv said c late, to appear before H. I
C. Gibbons, Eg., register in ha.ih''iiptcy, at his
otlice, i-i the town of Abingdon, on tho iiUh day I
of Angus I, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.. and show i
cause, if any .hoy have, why such an order should
not be gi;'iited. R. M. & WM. PAGE,
au I—Tu2w Assignees.
r IMMS IKTOOIVENOTICE-ThatonthelNth ,
_L day of July, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy ,
was issued out of the District Court of the United j
SUites for the Western District of A irginia,
against the estate of William Witt, of Pat
rick county, and State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt u|m>u his own petition ;
that the payment of any debts, and the deliv
ery of any properly belonging to said bankrupt,
to him or for his use, and the transfer of any
properly by him are forbidden by law; that a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more assi
gnees of his estate will be held at a court of.
bankruptcy to be holden at Danville, Va,, be
fore John F. (rObbs, Esq., Register, on the Ist day
of August, 1871, at II A M.
N. H. STOVALL,
For A. S. Gkay, U. S. Marshal jy 21—F2w
rpHIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE—That on the
X ISthday of July, 1671, a warrant iv bankrupt
cy was issued out of tho District Courtof the Uni
ted Stab's tor the Western Didrict of Virginia,
against the estate of George W. Pool, Rrook
neal, of Campbell county, and State of Virginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition ; tliat the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any projierty belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or ibr his use, and the transfer of
any property by him arc forbidden bylaw; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, ,
to prove their debts, and choose one i»r more as
signees of his estate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at Danville, Va., before
John F. Cobbs, Esq., Register, on the Ist day of
August, 1871, at 11 o'clock A. M.
N. H. STOVALL,
(R) Deputy Marshal.
For A. S. G kay, U. S- Marshal. jy 21—F2w
IN THE OIBTRKCT COURT OF THE UNI- '
TED STATES for tho Western District of Vir
In the matter of W. G. & R.V.Lynn, bank
Hy a decree of the above court, tendered in the
matter of W. G-& R. A. Lynn, bankrupts, the
undersigned as a sjiecia. commissioner, is re
quired to take au account of the liens against '
three iots of land iv the proceedings mentioned,
together with alt other encumbrances upon the
bume, aud to make report to the next court.
Parties interested in the decico above Deferred
to, are hereby notified that I shall, ou FRIDAY,
the 4th day of August next, proceed to lake the
account as above required, at my oilice in the
town of Danville, Virginia, ami that the same
will Is- continued from day to day until com
Given under my baud this loth day of July,
UT!. WM. M. MOSELEY,
jy 11— TttSw Special Commissioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I M
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
Li the matter of Geo. 11. Snead, Sr., bankrupt
Bmlun District «»/ Virginia, s& : '
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of i
the creditors of the said Geo. H. Nne.ul, Sr, bank
rupt, for the [nirposeof declaring a dividend, will
beheld at Richmond, at the office of W. W.
Forties, register in bankruptcy, in said district,
on Thursday, the loth day of August IH7I, at ll)
ovind, A. M., in accordance with the provisions
of the 27th and 28th sectious of the bankruptcy
act of March 2d, ISU7. i
Dated at Richmond, this S2*t day of July, 1871.
JOHN AMIILER SMITH,
jy 31 —M2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Leroy B. Qatewood, bankrupt
LCttMrra District uf Virginta t $8 :
Notice is hereby given thaUa last general meet
ing of the creditors of the said Ijoroy It. Gar
wood, bankrupt, for the purpose of declaring a
dividend, will be held at Richmond, at the oilice
of W. W. Forbes, register in bankruptcy, in said
district, ou Thursday, the iitih day of August,
IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M., in accordance with the
provisions of the 27th and 28lh sectious of the
bankruptcy .act of March 2d, lSii7*.
Dated at Richmond, this 31st day of July, 1f.71.
}y 31—M'iW Assignee.
•n'.l tJIKt —Involuntary.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
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STATES for tlu> Eastern District of Vir
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lour (S4) Lollies Native Wine, six (v) bottWa
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key, eleven (11) botUe* Co K n:ic lirinulv, one (I)
liolil.. Apple llniu.ily, two hundred (im) empty
Bottles, twenty (3U)empty llurrels, valuedal*lll,
and claimed by I. J. Heilly, was seized by the
Marshal of (he Cuiieil stales for said District as
forfeited to the use of the United Stales, aud Ihe
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name of the liniteil Stales, for condemnation for
i the causes in llie sai.l 1,i1.il set forth, and that
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'in the cily of Kirhmoud/.ii the Sllh day of July,
IS7I next, when and where all Jiersons are
Warned Lo appear to show cause why condemna
tion should not he decreed, and to intervene for
Daled July 11, IS7I.
DAVID U. I>AKKER,
■Jy 11—lot V. s. Marshal.
, / miikiM. STSTVKSI
■ \j —
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' firealiy reduced prices.
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j je IM-arodaw
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THIS OFFICE. I
| \R. JOHNSTON,
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL,
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET
From his extensive practice in the (Treat Hospi
tals of Europe aud the flrst in this country, viz:
England, France, Philadelphia and elsewhere,
can etler the most certain, sjteedy and effectual
remedy lv the world for
DISEASES OF IMPKCHENCE.
WenkuesH of the Dank or Ltmhs, stricture?,
A it' < i : of the Klduevs nnil Hladder, Involun
tary l>isehar(res, Impotency, General Debility,
Nervoosnees, Dyspepsia, LsaiaTSßT, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of th« Henrt,
Timidity, Tnmhltng*, lMmnest* of Night or
or (tiddiui'Nf=, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nos*.
or Skin. Affection of the Lungs, Stomach or Row
~is—those terrible disorders arising from the N«.|
itary Habils of Youth—those secret and solitary'
boots fatal to their victims than the
sonfr of Syrens to the Mariner of 1 'lenses, blighting
Iheir most brilliant. lio|h>k or anticipations, ren
dering marriages, Ac ImposslMe.
Eaiwcially, who nave beoontn the victims of
Solitude Vice, th:il dreadful nnd destructive led.it
which nnniially sweeps to an untimely crave
thousands of Young Men of the most, exalted
talent and brilliant intellect, whomiKhtotherwiso
have en I rained listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy Ihe living
lyree, may call with full confidence
Mnrrled Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriatte, being aware of physical weakness, or- «
ganftc debilities, deformation, Ac , speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J.
may relltdomdy coiittd" Oil his honor as a
p'litlem.-in and confidently rely upon his .-.lull as a
iinmudiately cured and full vigor n-storvd.
This dreadful disease—which renders li,e mise
rable and limilltsQ im|K**Mhlc— Is the penalty
p.iid by the victims of impro|>er indulgencit's.
Young jiersons are too apt to commit tntOsMtt
..o.n not Isdng aware of the dreadful OOAM
qnenoes that may ensue. Now, ifho that under
sirtuds the subject will pretend to deny that, the
power of procreation is lost sooner by those fall
big into improper habits than by the prudent?
Besides being deprived of the pleasures of ■
healthy oflspriug, the most serious aud destruc- '
live symptoms to both body aud mind arise, The
system becomes deranged, the physical and sunv
tal functions weakeued, loss of procrealive jkjw
er, nervous irritability, dysjiepsia, palpitation of
the heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a
wasting of the frame, coughs, consumption, do ■
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. *
Persons ruined in health by unlearned prcten
en who keep Ihein trifling month after month,
taking jKiisouous and injurious compounds,.should
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Eon- .
don, graduate front one of the most eminent. Col
leges in the United Staten, and the greater pari. ,
of whose life has been spent lv the hospitals of (
London, Paris. Philadelphia and elsewhere, has }
effected some of the most astonishing cures
thai were ever known; many troubled with ring- .
ing in Ihe load and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
basbfulness, with frequent blushing, attended ,
sometimes With a derangement of the mind, were
cured immediately. •
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J addresses all those who have injured
themselves by improper iiidulgcucicts aud solita- ,
ry habit.-, which ruin both body mid mind, unlit
ting them for either business, study, society, or
These are some of the sad and melancholy ef
fects prodtteed by early habits of youth, viz:
Weakness of the Rack 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, General Debility, Symptoms of Consump
The fearful ed'ects on the mind are much to be '
dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
to Sisiety, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid
Uy,.Ac., are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and J
emaciated, having a singular appearauce uhoui
the eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption. '
YOUNG MEN «
who have injured themselves by .a certain prac
tice indulged iv when alone—a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, (lie
ellects of which are nightly felt, even when ;
asleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage im- !
jMissi.de, and destroys Iroth mind aud body— '
tdioidd apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his '
country, the pride of his parents, should be h
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of I
life by the consequence of deviating from the
path of nature and indulging in a certain secret
habit. Such persons, MiisT, before contempla
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial hapi- '
ness; indeed, without these, the journey through '
life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the pros]»ect
hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes- I
snadowed with despair aud filled with the mcl- '
aiicholy reflection that the happiness of another '
Incomes blighted with your oivn. . i
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has iinbilH-d the seed* ot this
painful sUeease, it toe often) happens that an ill- I
limed sense ot '.shame or dread of discovery de
ters him from applying lo those, who, from edu
cation and respectability, can alone U'friend him.
He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his
pecuniary substance. Keep him trifling month
after month, or as long as the smallest fee can be •
obtained, aud with despair leave him with ruined
health b> sigh over his galling disappointment, or
by the use of that deadly poison Mercury, hasten
the constitutional symptom* of the terrible dis
ease, such :ts A licet ion of the Head, Throat.,
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid
ity till death puts a period to his drvadful fuller
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston otters Ihemo.-t
certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy iv '
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side going from Haiti more street, a few '
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe the j
name and number. J
B*4f* No letters received unless )>o.-;t-paid and |
containing a Stamp to be used on the reply. Per- •,
sons Writing should state age, and send portion J
of advertisement describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, liesigning and 1
Worthless im posters advertising themselves as '
Physicians, liiHing with and ruining the health I
of all who uufortuuately fall into their power,
that Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say es
pecially to those unacquainted with his reputa
tion, that, his Credentials Or Ihploin.is always t
hang iv his oilice.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution
within the hist eighteen years, and the mime* '
pons Surgical O.mratious performed by Dr. John- I
■ton, Witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun" >
and many other pajiers, notice of which appeased
again and again nefbre the public, besides his
standing as a gentleman of character ami respon
sibility, is a sulllcicicnl guarantee to the aflUcled.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. (
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED! J
jt.Nt published, in a sealed envelope, iv.co n )
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT- ]
MENT, aud Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex- :
ual Debility, aud Impediments to Marriage gene- I
rally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits; Mental and Pysical incapacity, result- :
ing from Self-Abuse, fee., by Rout J. Cm.via..- I
wki.i., M. D., author of the "Green Rook," \c.
"A HO< IN TO TIH H 'SAND <>F SCFFERKKS." *
Sent under seal, in a. plain envelope, to any ad
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postage stamps, by
CHAS. J. C KLINE & CO.,
187 Rowery, New York, post Office box tfctJtr. '
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BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE U nut j
a thing of yesterday, got up to gull I lit* un- (
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prietors. It has stood the test of time. Having
been in the market over thirty years, it* very
name will recall to many who are now the re
spected heads of families, the halcyou days of
their youth, with all its joys and sorrows; it is
still the same; in Callable in its operation; a spe
cific remedy for youthful iudiseifiion and folly;
a true friend. It is lor sale by all druggists.—
Price, *1 per bottle. de 14—ly
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al I P. M; aniv. s ai I,'u liniond at 4 P. M.
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Trains Nos. 2 and II connect al Greensboro 1
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wilh Iki.i.l. im Hatt'u.oiV.
IK >AT leav«s Baltimore on Muiidays, "vVedneti
days and Fridays, eOnnectlngat, \Wstl J oint wlih
FasseiiKer Train which taWPS Wwl I'ointdaily
(except Sunday) at.»A. [VI., ai living in Kiehmond
at II A. M.
FKEIOIIT TRAIN WITH PASSEN<fEK
Wi'l leave Ifitliimnid on Tre:-d:'>s, Thuodays,
and Sat urtlavN.it-I A. M: .tr.'ive ;it Wol I'oMit
ai IM A. M.; lea\in;r We.-i rohit. at. I IV M., ar
riviugal Kleh.nondut t::to I* W.
Persons going *.y this routs get a p,oiA -uiplilV
rest, on most ('fjuiHnlr'hle boats, with tables un
snrpassed by any, and arrive in Haiti more in
tinihi tor Noriherii and Western trains.
Faro from Richmond to Haltimore, 4.. r >.oo.
Through Hills of Lading given to all points
North and South. Freights receive*! daily and
On and aite. Saturday, July Ist. round
'\U\\' TICKETS TO WEST POINT on Mail
train, good to go down on SATURDAYS and
re tarn on MONDAYS, at *i.mi.
PASSENGER TRAIN will leave Richmond de
]k>t on Sundays at 7 A. M.; returning will leave
West Point at ft P. M., arriving in Richuoud at 7 '
I*. M., at Jftl round trip. In this way persons may
enjoy fine salt water bathing « West Point.
Bathing houses are iltted up.
*!<H>d hotels are open for Urn aecommodationol'
t-uesis at moderate .-ales.
an 1 WM. N. HRACiC, Sup't.
J\HtE<:T PAB9BNOKA UOLTI-:
J • snTWBKS
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
ATLANTIC, WLSSISSIPIM AND OHIO R. B
TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY.
This *}nat Passenger Itoute Is coinjK>:,t'dof the
Richiuond and Danville nUlroad, Ailantic, Mis- '
>i>'ipl»i and Ohio railroad, EftStTonnusSQU and '
Virginia railroad, East Teuiii *.•■.'»■ and Oeorgto '
railroad, Nashville and (Itutltaiioo r :a eailroad, *
and i\ieiu])tiis and Charleston railroad aud their '
connections. PasiengSf trains b*avs Hutnuoud
daily at 9:16 o'clock a. m. aud .'.:t»6 o'clock }>. in.,
making Closs <oiiiie.-tions throughout to
Lyncbburg ami alt stations on A., M and Ohio
radro.nl, KnoxviHe, Deealur, < 'onnth, iiiand
.Tuuctioii, Meinpliis, Newt >rlfa.ns, ( Miaitanoo/'.a, j
('anion, Jackson, \ ickr-huiy, Mobile, Dal ton, At
laula, Rome, Selnia, Macon, all
points South and Hon lb west, Nashville, Colum
bus, Chieflgo, Cairo SI. Louis and all points
North aud Northwest.
Through tickets tfood until used. .
HaggagK I'lu-rked through.
New and slsgsatt bleeping cars on all night
flood eatoin-hoiises, and imple time for meals.
Pare lower than by any other mute.
Forfurther Information, apply at tho otlice of j
the Virginia anil Teuncsse Air-Line Railway,
USUI Main street, or al the oilice ol the Richmond ,
and Dauwltc niitr*i:id. .
/ VBANUR, ALEXANDRIA \\U MAKAV '
I I SASIIAILUOAD.
On and after Sunday, January -!), 1871, OM '
daily jiasscnj;(-r train will run bntWeeo WASII
-IN<iTON ami LYi\(MIHUKO, coiineotlng at
(fordousville with the < 'hesajß'iike and l lino
Itailroad to liichinoiul, Slauutou and Ihe Virgin*
ia Springs; at Lyncbbnrg lor the West and '
Southwest, and at Washington, to tho North and
I.eavt- Washtogton daily atii:.'*.') a. m.and Alex
andria at s a. in., arriving at Lyiiehburg at Mi.'.
p. m. i
Li'ave Lyncblmig at g;SO a. m., arrive at Alex- 1
audria at &2fi p. m., and at Washington at U;.15 '
p. m. ]
For MANASSAS LINE have Washington '
daily Sunday) at 10:311 am; Al- '
exaudria at 11:90 a. LU., pass Strasbuig nt 4:2(1
p. in., ami arrive at HarilMbUrg at 7 p. in. i
Eastward, h-avi' Uarrisburg at ii::ttia. in ; pan* '
Straslmr},' at !>.2. r * a. in., arrive at Alexandria tit
l.fili p. m. and at Wanfaington in time for connect
ing with the a p.m. train from Washington tollal
(J(K>ii connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court Ilou>e from Fairfax sta
tion ; to MUldleburg from Plamx; lo.Uppervilh;
from PU'dinont, and to SLaimton f.iom Harrisou
Elegant iiU'epiug car.-: are run daily hetweeu
N«w York and LyuchbuiiJ:. without cnange.
Also, oars tnrongn between Baltimore and
Lynchburg, avoiding tno tnoouveulonoe of trans
fer in Wasliinutou.
licketM ami baggage checked to all
piomineni.pointa. J. M. HROADUS,
mil 7—-If iieiu-ial Ticket A mil I
XITASIIIM.TO* ANI> OHIO KAILHOAII.
SPRINO SCHEDULE, HEOINNINtJ
MARCH 20, IS7I.
Two Trains daily (except Sundays) between
Alexandria, and Hamilton.
Leave Alexandria at ,S:4O A. M. and 6 P. M.
Arrive at Hamilton at 10:58 A. M. and 7:26 P. If.
Leave Hamilton at ftiM A. M. and 12 la P. M.
Arrive at Alexandria ai t>.u.O A. M. and 3:36 P. M.
The 8:40 A. M. train from Alexandria and 12:10
P. M. train from Hamilton, connect at Hamilton
with Kemp'.-. Daily Lino of tloachey for PurcelJ
ville, Snickersville, Herryville and Winchester;
also, with Reamer'MLine of Coaihe.-, which leave
Leerdiui-tf daily for Ahiie and Middleburg
Annual tickets, sixty dollars; tommtitatUda
tickets (2a triiis) at 2H cents per mile.
R H. HAVKNNEIL
je 1.1 I ieneral Ticket Agent.
11 IYLOK lilt OS-, mVa§Mm
1110 Main Sthkkt,
t (IIFSAnCAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after TIIIMISDAY, June Ist. I'ASSKN
OKU TRAINS leavs Ricliinond (Sundays ex
cepted) as follows :
8:30 A. M.—MAIL, TRAIN for White Sulphur
Springs connecting at OordonsviUs with k>range,
Alexandria and Manasoas train for Washington
and North, and Lynchburg and South.
S:3« P. M —AimoMODATION TRAIN for
Oordonsville, except on Saturday, ou which day
it leaves at ft l>. M. This train connects at (lor
donsvllle wlih night trains onti., A. & M. rail
road for Lynchburg and WasnhiKtoii.
(In aud afler the loth nf JINK a PASSEJT
GKK TRAIN will run daily (except Mondays) be
tween Slaiiulon and the White Sulphur, as fol
Leave Staunton :it feU A. M., arrive al While
Sulphur at l;li! IV M. ; leave While Sulphur at
i:Mt r*. M., arrive al Summon al 7:14 I. M.
THROUGH TICKETS, x.ld at low ral.r, to
all points Norlh. West and Southwest.
Further informal ion may l.c ..Mailed at the
No Passenger Trains are run .in Slnntlaya.
A II I'KI.'KY.
(lineral S.ipet iiileudcnt.
.list. I' Nktiiskhvh,
(ieneral Ticket Agent. jo s
(tIIAM.IJ OF M'riliUlll.li.-sSJiat- ■
FOR NORFOLK, JAM Fs AN I iJU£L*saL
On and after TI'KSADY, July 18th, the fust
and elegant side-wheel steamer PALISADE,
Oaplaiu I'iias. Nki-huk, will leave her wharf,
I'owhatau SteamlNiat Company's shed at
Km kens, al 6.:1tl A. IH. lor Norfolk on TUKS
DAYS and SATORIIAYS. Returning, will -
leave Norfolk on WEDNKSDAYS and MON
DAYS, at .'...'HI A. ■~ louchingat King's Mill and
drove Wharf, and all regular landings, going
Will leave her wharf at Rockelts for Minn's on
Ohickahorntny, TIII'IiSIiAYS at .'..: to A. M.,
. un lie*- ting at Oily Point with 11 in 7 o'clock train
from Petersl.urg, touching at all the regular
landings on Jniues river down to Dillard's
Wharf, and all regular landings on (.'hicknhomi
liy. Returuillg, will leave llinu's on I'RIDAYS
at fi.au o'clock A. X.
Freight received at all hours for Norfolk nnd
way landings on James River.
Freight for ('hirkahomitiy received only on
All lreigiits lo wav laudiiig niiist l.c pr. paid.
Fare tuNorfulk, *2.
Kxcnrsion tickets to Norfolk and tvtiiru, t'.l.
Forfurther parffoulAftt, npplv lo Captain on
leiard, or lo OEORO L UUtUUE, Agent.
At Ct'Hiiiv: k C.'s. corner Isth au.l l.'ury
Streets. jy 13—3ra.
T.IOK NEW YOKK.-Ol.lt UO- '£i*f.
A 1 MINION STEAMSHIP COM-
The sjileudid new side-wheel Sleanisliips.
ISAAC DELL, AI.UFMARi.i:. SARATOGA,
HAITKRAS and NIAIIAKA leave New York
Nortoik, Oity IViiul and Richmond every TI'KS
DAY, THURSDAY and SATI'RDAY, at 1
o'clock P. M.
*l'hese sliips an entirely new, and were l.iuli
expressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons and state-rooms,
and tin. aecoiiuiiodaltons aild attention are tin
Goods shipped by this line are landed legu
larly at Ne\f Yorkj on the Company's e.iver.sl
pier, :17 North river, within forty-eight houis.
Insurance ellecled when ordered, at a uuah
•l'i:lt of n.vi: ri-llt cknt. at the oilice of this com
Freights for jioinls W-yoiid New York forwarded
with dispalch, and no charge made, execept ac
tual expen-es incurred.
h\ST' For further information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
ja I—lf No. ■'! Governor street.
YIItOIMA STEAMSHIP AND 'I-OSm.
I'AUKKT COMPANY. isa*ftsl
The steanishi|>s (IFOKOK 11. IJITON aud
WILLIAM I. I ILY UK leave New York every
TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 3 o'clock P. M., .
from Pier'J! North river; leave' Richmond every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY at high tide,
Close connection* made with steamers for all
Southern and Eastern ports.
D. J lIIIRII, Presidenl.
U'.isiii.N.iToN k Co., Agents, Richmond, \a.
Pier i\ North river, New York. ftp I
su<ce ssf 11 l all v c rtls cc s
HOOK OF 100 PAGES SENT POST
FREE FOR 85 CENTS.
G. P. ROWEI.L k CO., Advertising Agent.-.
■II lark Row, New York.
4 LADY OF YIIMiINIA,
Who has leu I live years' ex)K.rieiice in leaching,
desires an ellgageiueill lo ilislruct lit the usual
English llraiielies, -French, Music, and Wax
Work. Address, eucl<».in,'le.m < aiid refeicares,
A. 11. 1.'., New (ilu.'go.v, Ainlierst n—lllj , Va.
|| J. SAYKK.H,
DEALER IN REAL EHTA TE,
ISuys and sells improved and unimproved lands
anywhere in Ihe United States.
k liBTS WANTED FOR THK
TRANSMISSION OF LIFE.
Oorxsia.s os Tits N.ii'riu: IM. HiniKsi: or tin:
W.crn.ixK Ff.vcnii.v. Hv Ds. Naciii.vs, author
if "The ihysicti iaj. ttf Homme." n relate, lb
the tii.iti y.t .■ is lull ot n.-w facts; delicti- but
..id.-p..i,en ; practical and popular; lu-hir en
dorsed; sells rapidly. Sold l.v suliscripl ion'only.
Exclusive lerrilury. Terms lil.i-nil. Ii i... ar,j_
Address 10. ionl. ni,-, &<• .1. li. FERGUS * I'll
Pulilisl.eir, I'hila.lelplda. Pa
NEW SKIiU WHEAT. i.i' aw ineducu.B
and hest kinds. X tut/or IW, iptiot, P, i.:..i
List. 4-11.. packages ly ,«„,'/; potf-p ,i I, to any
P.O. E. .1. KVANS k U()., Niirseviueii and
Sc'dsnien, York, Pa.
WANTED— kVei KMI.Odo Mm lo Labor at
their homes, or travel pail, or all of the
lime. Will send a ..ample true to comiuei.ee woik
with. 91. M. TILTON, Pittsburg, Pennsylva
A (JEVI'S, READ THIS!
WE WILL PAY AOF.NTS A SALAIIY OF
*I 0 PER WEEK and Ivvpenses, or allow a largo
...minis., ion lo sell our new and wonderful inv.n
noos. Address M. WAGNER. .V (JO, MaishuH.
Mich. ' '
WANTRO Li.oli Here ! Profitable rmiiloy
ni.ail furnished every man willing lo work
in hr own noighlsirbuud ; mo la/., uersons want
ed.) Prodis over '..'no per eint. Km Ins,. Sj f or
•SiSples and parllcuiars. sales rapid. JONES
.V METZHAR, Pillshurg. Pa.
rim I'll'E IttIMIEIIS.
Oll'l. li WASHIMiToN Auciilil'i T, t
W.lsins.in.v, J„|y 04, 1671. . j
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by
the undersigned until li o'cliu'k ,11 , ou the lath
day of Augusl, Is.'/!, lor llie ilelivery in the Dis
trict of (.'olilmhiu, of nine millions (u.uoo.uoii) of
pounds i.l :ii; iii.li casi lean Water Pipe, Stop
l 'i.cl.s and Special ([listings. The entirw quauliiv
uf pipe is divided im.. lour lots, and proposals
\\ ill l.c received tor the vi hole era le.s otimher
of loLs. No projiosals lor Pi(M-s, S|>ecial (tastings
or Slop »!..el,s will l.c received except iv the prin
le.l li.riiis, which, with circulars, specifications,
plans, forms of coiiiraet, and any desired infor
mation, iau U- litid on application m person or
bj letter to 11 FORI I Ell. ELLIOTT.
Major nt Ellgilicers, |i. s. A.,
(Jllh-f Engineer Washington Aqueduct.
l.v .:s Id
I T . S. F>itiNr.i:ii Orm>:, Tillm* Stobv, )
Union Rank Ri-ii.i*imi, I'avia 11: St.,
.Ni.tii l '11.1K.1.F.5, li.u.il.uKi., July 20, IS7I. )
I~.ItOPO.SALH hi., iiiviied fur reuioving one
. hundred thousand (iuo.ihki) yards of material,
more or less, from what is known as the "Soulli
Clu.uiicl'' of the Appomattox River, Virginia,
near and above "Point of Rocks."
Excavation lo be ill waler from 4H, Id !> feel
deep al low waler, lo obtain about tell (1(1) feel
at low water.
Tide rises about 23* feat ; location sheltered ;
malerial, sand and mud; average towago I.
miles; malerial removed to l.c measured in scow
SmmraU proposals are also invited for reinov-
Ing about l!i>,(KJu cubic yards uf mud, sand, a*.,
lv I.) from (he cut already commenced by ihe
city of Petersburg through the Puddledock
Marsh. The material removed from tlie Puddle
dark Marsh to bo dejKisited behind piling already
iv place, at an average distance from the cut of
a Lou l I'iu feet.
Pro)Hisals in tluplivat., endorsed an mlgtkt*. ■*•
cmupuiiicd by a copy of tins advertisement, and
addressed to the undersigned, will be received ai
the- oilice until noon of August list next,and will
be opened tell (III) iniuul.es thereafter, in presence
ot such bidders as choose lo attend.
Tin. right is reserved lo reject any bid.
Forms of pii.p... .1 , &c, nils, had at thla olhce
WM. P I.'RAKIHILL,
jy 21— ft Major Engineers, U. S. A.
r|IHK ItltlllAl. < IIAMBKK.
ESSAYS FOU VOUNd MFJV, ou grout SO
i 111. EVILS and AHIISES. winch interfere
with MARRIAGE—with sure moan*, ot relief tor
tlie erring and tinlorliinale, diseased and dubili
tue.l. Keui free of oharge in sealed envelopes
Address HOW Mill ASSOCIATION, No i s
Ninth etieet, philadeliada, Pu. my 11—;im