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THURSDAY ETE'G, AUdtfST 10,1871.
Rule or Ihe "Cobdcn I I lib."
The Capital contains tlie following very
excellent contribution from 'I. X., which
we command to our readers as sound doc
trine for new Slates, especially like ou
We are sick of dependence on England
therefore, in our weak way. we struggle 01
with a view to change, lithe "Cobden
Club" is anything it is a congress of rcpre
sentativc men, who rally around the ghos
of the departed free-trader, to carry out his
principles. The assemblage has for its
leading objects so to direct the industries o
Che world so as to build np and sustaii
such compact countries as England at the
expense of sparsely settled countries like
America. The work of the Cobden Club
is in the interest of bankers, manufactur
ers, and traders. Accumulated wealth
they would maintain in few hands by mak
ing the rich richer by useless trade between
remote points, and reduce the poor to the
extreme of low prices for the result of their
It ought to be manifest to any thinking
man, lhat a forced free exchange of commo
dities between laborers four thousand miles
apart would be very hard on the workers.
'Ihe Cobden Club English system of free
trade is precisely a forced trade with re
mote countries, not easily to be shaken off
by any process of home supplies, however
cheap. The thousands of English factories,
carried on by machinery, hold a firm grip
on the earnings of American farmers upon
the unequal footing of one Englishman pro
ducing goods enough to pay the surplus sta
ples of a hundred American farmers. But
the vast proiits of such trade go to support
English aristocracy and intermediate bank
ers, shippers and traders, anil not to iln
men who do the work. They (the workers)
are obliged to .put up with low prices, wor
ried down to the lowest notch by the com
plex machinery of remote trade. But in
our case the inequality of the trade is ag
gravated by our sending out heavy and
bulky staples to pay I'm-' light goods ; nnd
besides we generally take the risk of trans
portation on both ways, even in their ships.
Cobden and I hose who follow in his foot
steps have no doubt, smoothed the way for
the Taut sales made by the European facto
nes to all parts of the world, ami especially
In America. The trade has added strength
to them but weakness (o us. We are a
buying people, mid profusely spend and
squander our vast resources in support of a I
foreign trade, which makes the rich richer, I
while it merely 'provides a starving pittance
to the operatives who produce the goods
we so lavishly purchase. The Cobden Club I
may not have much American support, but
the free-trade party in this country is large
Mini growing, nnd (he restrictions on our ox
cessive imports are likely to melt away so
as to admit a vast import from countries
eager to sell. The pressure to'sell will
doubtless be very great in Europe, and par
ticularly in l _auce, until she fully reeupei-
American recuperation and specie pay
ments are in the distant future. The time
may come for reform, when we will quit
celling bonds to Europe to pay our bal
ances ; when we will induce our "idle people
to learn trades, and go to work and produce
ample supplies to lake the place of im
ported goods. AYe hope that happy time
will come when Cobden clubs will not be
popular, and when political parties will all
unite in making our country self-support
ing, antl in no way dependent on England
or any other country for anything what
ever that can lie produced nt home. In
our case remote trade is false trade when it
is, like the English and American trade.
loaded down with intermediate charges and
losses of a one-sided character, and our
country can do better by shaking oil' her
dependence on foreign countries and their
factories, and organizing her own industry,
and running her own machinery, producing
home supplies in such abundance as to re
lieve the country from its excessive im
porta, which have heretofore so demoralized
American habits. T. X,
cent election in Charleslown, S. C, the
threats and preparations for violence were
■•> alarming that United Stales soldiers
v.civ stationed at every polling place and a
mounted reserve held in rcadines at Ihe ai- |
Renal to be hurried to any point. .
Of the admirable conduct of the soldiers
and the great service they rendered, both
Democratic tend Republican papers speak
in the highest term; of praise. The /.V
--piece of that "despotism" over which the
Democratic press of the whole land went
into spasms when it was displayed in New
York, and that is, Federal bayonets at the
polls. And yet in our ease they were
placed there at the desire of our best
citizens of both parties. And right well
did they do their duty. The three or four
bayonets at each polling precinct kept the
most admirable order. There was nothing
of the "ovei'-awing" which some journal
ists have hitherto seen lit to connect with
bayonets at the polls, but on the contrary,
all parties felt the greater confldence in
llieir presence, as insuring a full and fair
expression of the will of the people through
the ballot. Democrat! themselves have
1 thus helped to destroy an old Democratic
Calumniks not to be Heeded.—
We are generally losers in the end, if we
stop to refute all elie baekbilings and gos
siping we may hear by the way.' They are
annoying, it is true, but not dangerous, so
long as we do not stop to expostulate and
scold. Our characters are formed and sus
tained by ourselves, by our own actions anil
purposes, and not by others. Always bear
ihis in mind, that "calumniators may usu
ally be trusted to time and the slow, but
steady, justice of public opinion."
Tin: origin of sea-bathing as a curitive is
uncertain, and some people declare it a
face to go to the sea-shore for health.
When reduced to plain common sense
essence, .sea-bathing means only early
hours, simple living, plenty of exercise,
and a good deal of open-air washing ; and,
if the same laws were adopted here, they
would answer equally well.
The Polar expedition steamer I'olaiis has
arrived at St. John's, Newfoundland. The
colonial authorities honored the officers and
crew by a reception mid banquet They
will not probably receive any hospitalities
of this sort at the Ninth I'ofe.
The Spanish government has resolved to
reduce the salaries of all oiiicials twenty
percent. This is Well, but how is it that
It cannot find time to consider the graver
ami weightier matter of the fulfillment of
its pledges for the abolition of slavery in
Great numbers of men who are out of
Work are to be seen in the streets—yet in
die country the fruit harvest needs thou
sands of hands to gather it in.
According to a recent writer, all English
man,* risk of death \>\ hanging is one hun
dred and thirty times greater than that of
iJciishtttpoii v railway.
The Mormons are menaced by a new m
amy- the sniall-po\. The disease has bro
ken out in Salt Lake City, and, unless
promptly arrested, will be "likely to occa
•sien a general exodus of the Saints.
The Stats JoraxA- enters upon a new career,
! under auspices which promise permanence and
This paper will ho Republican. The organ of
no wing or clique, it will aim to represent the
l>olicy of the National party ; to build up a heal
thy National sentiment, nnd inspire love of the
It will not be the vehicle of personal detraction
nor be used its pets into office, nor to keep
others out. The safety of all is in the triumph
of the cause; and to secure it, all must lnbor
I zealously and devotedly, and take their chances
in the general result.
Aiming to treat every member of its own party
generously, it will be just to its opponeuts. It
will discuss all questions of public Interest fairly
and temperately. Asserting the right earnestly
nnd resolutely, and hating no jot or tittle of the
truth which it is called to declare, it will aim lo
"s|>onk ihe truth in love."
It will commend genius, patriotism and virtue
everywhere, and be as prompt to expose corrupt
ion 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 and the opposition without seeking issues
where all good men should stand on common
Believing iwpular Education to be the one cry- |
ng want of our Stato and of the country, we j
shall give large space to its advocacy. To edu
cate thoroughly all the children of the State
should be the supreme and paramount work of
legislation. To this sacred task wo consecrate
our paper. AYe 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 the country, aud es- I
jH-cially of tho South, will not be neglected. We
advocate a financial iwliey which will bring back
again lo the South more than its old prospority-
We are for tlie encouragement of a varied home !
industry. AYe are for Free Banking, under a sys
em which makes money absolutely safe and ac- I
ci ssible to business men at living rates. We are
for such a revenue sytem as will preserve the
public credit without tmpostaff undue burdens
ujion the people.
Realizing the vast importance ofjnechanical
and manufacturing industry, we shall labor
heartily for the development of these interests,
we shall give accurate and detailed information
of our vast natiinral wealth in mines, forests,
water-powers and fisheries.
Believing in the "harmony of interests," we
shall endeavor to show how fully each is depen
dent ujani the prosperity of all; that labor aud
capital, employer and employee, should be allies
and friends, enriching each other by fraternal co-
Agriculture is our pet. Fresh from a A'irginia
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 lakes to make
a fanner. AYe shall give large space to Agricul
ture and Horticulture.
In conclusion, we. will say .that we will unite
cordially and earnestly with men of all iwirties
to remove every obstacle to the moral, intellec
tual and physical progress of our Stato and na.
tion. There are thousands of noble young men
and women iv tho State full of grand capacity
now dormant nnd wasting. The old Common
wealth is sounding the drumbeat to duty. Let
ttlem shake ofT the night-mare of conservatism
and old traditions, and march bravely to the
work of this new day. So shall they make the
ful ure of Virginia worthy of tho past, and them
selves worthy of a great ancestry!
riAHIS IS TO GIVE"i>OTICE—That on the
i 2ddnyof August, 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted Slates for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against tho estate of Horace A. Richards,
ol Henrico county, and Stale of A'irginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition ; that the payment of any debts,and the
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for liis use, and the transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt
to prove their debts, and choose one or more as
signees of his estate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the officii of the reg
ister iv Richmond, A'a., before W. W. Forties,
X, on the 25th day of August, 1871,
ust, 1871, a warrant in bankrupt*!
. of the District Court of (lie Un.
the Eastern Disirict of A'irginia
against the estate of E. F. Anderson, of Kin"
William couniy, and State of A'irginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt ou liis own petition :—
That the payment of any debts, and the delivery
of any lu-operty belonging to said bankrupl, to
him or lor his use, and the transfer of any pro
perly by him, are forbidden by law :—That a
meeting of the creditors of said haukrupt, lo
|iro\e Uieir debts and choose one or more assig
nee., of bi- estate, will be held at a court oi banlc
ruptcy, lo be holden at the office of the register,
hi Richmond, A'a., before AY. W. Forbes, Esq.,
Register, on ihe 25th day of August, 1871, at 10
o'clock A. M, DAVID 11. PARKER,
au l)-AV2w U. S. Marshal.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for ihe Eastern District ol
In the matterof Wm. AY. Palmer, bankrupt—lv
To Wboin it May Concern—The undersigned
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria county, A'irginia',
hereby gives notice of his appointment as as
signeeof the estate of Wm. W. Palmer, of Fairfax
county, in said district,who was, on the 2Uth day
of June, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition by the District Court of said District
Daled Alexandria, A'a., August 7, 1871
an li - W.lw J t HIN S. FO WLER, Assignee.
I N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
J.TED STATES for the Eastern District of Air
In the matter of George A. Dodd, bank
rupt— iv bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John h. lowler, of Alexandria county, Vir
ginia, hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment us assignee of the estate of (leorge A
Dodd, of Loudoun cjunty, in said dis
trict, who was, on tho 13th day of July, 1871, ad
judged a bankrupt on his own petilfou hy the
District Court of said district.
Dated Alexandria, Va., August 7, 1871
uu :i— AVllw JOHN S. II) WLER, Assignee.
I N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
A TED STATES for the Eastern District of
in the matter of William U. Walter, bankrupt
-vi bankruptcy. , -
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria county, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee
ol the estate of William 11. AV'nlter, of Fauquier
county, in said district, who was, ou the26th day
ol June, IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
peiiiion by the district court of said district.
Dated Alexandria, Va., August 7, 1871.
_|' »—W3w JOHN S. FOWLER. Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
A TED STATES, for the Eastern District of
lv ihe matter of John W. Davis, bankrupt--
At Abingdon, A'a , the 24th day of July, 1871.
TO AVHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please lake nolice, that a petition has been pre
-.-iited to the Hon. John C Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, by R. M. and AVm. Page,
:i lignees of the estate of said bankrupt, to j
sell ihe real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all liens thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in terms of said petition an order has been
issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge oi
the aid District Court, tot all persona who may
be iiiiorosled in said estate, to apjiear before H.
( . (lililious, Esq., register in bankruptcy, at his
oitice, in the town of Abingdon, ou the lath day
01 August, 1871, at Id o'clock A. M., and show
, hi , ifany they have, why such unorder should
not be granted. H. M _ WM. PAOE,
TN THE DISTRKCT COURT OF THE UIWU
iTED STATES for the Western District of A'ir
ln ihe matterof AY. Q. k R. A. Lynn, bank
rupts- iv bankruptcy.
By a decree or the above court, rendered in the
mailer of AY. (I. k It. A". Lynn, bankrupts, the
undersigned as a special commissioner, Is re
quired io take an account of the liens against
three lots of land in the proceedings mentioned,
together With ;all other encumbrances uiion the
-nine, anil to make report to the next court.
P v lies interested iv the dectee above referred I
to, are hereby noiilled that I shall, ou FRIDAY, |
the 4ih day of August uext, proceed to lake the
account as above required, at my office in the
town of Danville, A'irginia, and lhat the same 1
will be continued from day to day tuitil com-
Cllvcii under my hand this loth day of July, !
'1 71 WM. M. MOSELEV,
jy U— Tu.'lw Special Commissioner, i
L TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
In the matter of James l\uks m\ all vs. E.
Royle, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the Ist day of August is;i
TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a pelilion
has lieen to wit: on the Ist day of August, 1-71,
filed in suid District Court by K. Boyle, ot
Richmond city, in said District, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupl under the a, t
of Congress entitled "An act io establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the I'm
ted States," approved March 2d, 1867, fm-ndi-
chargennd certificate thereof from all his debts
and other claims provable under said act and
hat the 2Mb day of August, ls.'l, at 111 o'chx k A
11., before AY. W. Forbes, one of the registers of
aid court in bankruptcy, at his office in Hich
nond, in said district, is the lime and place as
signed for the hearing of the same, v. lieu iinl
where you may attend and show cause ll' any
you have, why the prayer of the said petition
should uot be grained.
You are also hereby notified, that die s, eon,l
and third meetings of Ihe creditors of -aid l.anU
upl will be held at the same time and place
W. IV FORBES,
Register iv Bankruptcy
au 7—M2w fur the .Id Cong'l Dist. of Va.
IN THE DIMTRKT COURT OF till
J.UNITED STATES for ihe District oi Vlrginle
In the matter of .lames s. Grigsby, bankrupt
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please lo take notice hereby, that a petition lias
been, to-wit: on the 2d day ot'.lnu'y, IS7I, tiled
in said District Court by .las. S. Grigsby, ol
Giles county, iv said district, who has beea
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the net
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout ihe Uni
ted States,'' approved March 2d, 18*7, for a de
charge and certificate thereof from all hlsdebts
and other claims provable under said act, and
that the Hrthday of August, 1871, at 11 o'clk A. M
before 11. C. Gibbons, one of the registers of -.-ml
court in bankruptcy, at his otllce in Abiugdnn, iv
said district, is the time and place assigned for the
hearing of the same, when and where you may
attend and show cause, if any you have, why the
prayer of the said petition should not be granted.
Register iv Bankruptcy tor
au 2—W2w the Bth Cong'l Dist. of A'a.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
A UNITED STATES for Ihe Eastern District of
In the matter of Dickinson, Hulbert k Co. vs.
Powhatan Weisiger, individually, and as one of
ibe ,inn ol AVeb-igcr s Clarke, bankrupt- in bank
At Richmond, on Ihe 2711) day of July, IS7I.
TO AVHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please lo take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, lo wit: on the27th day of Juh , 1871,
Mcd in said District Court by Powhatan AVei.-i get
of Richmond city, A'a., in said district, who
has heen heretofore duly declared bankrupt un
der the act of Congress entitled "An act to estab
lish a more uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved March
2d, 18C7, for a discharge and certificate thereof,
from all bis debts and other claims provable un
der said act, and lhat the 26th day of August, IS7I,
at 10 o'clock A. M„ before W. AY. Forbes, one ol
the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at bis
ollice iv Richmond, in said district, is 'the time
and place assigned for the hearing of the same ;
when and where.you may attend and show cause,
if any you have, why the prayer of the said peti
tion should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified that the second
and third meetings ol the creditors of the said
bankrupt, will bu held at the same time and place.
Register in Bankruptcy for
au"—M2w .Id CongT Dist. of Va.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE CNI
-1. TED STATES for Ihe Eastern District of
In the matter of Isaac H. Walton, bankrupt-
To AVhom it May Concern—The undersigned
Will. JI. 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, wiio was, on the nil li day ofjime
A. D., IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt on his'own peti
tion by the District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, July :ld, 1871.
TN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
J.TED STATES for the Eastern District of Air
In the matter, of Geo. 11. Snead, Sr., bankrupt
Eastern District of Virginia, sx :
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of
Ihe creditors of the said Geo. 11. Snead, Sr, bank
rupt, for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will
be held at Richmond, at the ollice of AY. AY.
Forbes, register in bankruptcy, m said district
011 Thursday, the loth day of August, 1871. al lii
o'clock A. M., in accordance with the provisions
of the 27th and 28th sections of the bankruptcy
Dated at Richmond, this .list day of July 1871
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
TN THE DISTRICT COCRT OF THE CNI.
X TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Leroy B. Gate wood, bankrupt
Eastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice is hereby given that a last general meet
lug Of the creditors of the said Leroy H. Gate
wood, bankrupt, for the purpose of declaring a
dividend, will be held at Richmond, at the ollice
of AY. W. Forbes, register iv bankruptcy, iv said
district, on Thursday, the 10th day of August,
P>7l,atlo o'clock A. M., in accordance wilh Hie
provisions of Iho 27th and 2Sth sections of the
bankruptcy act of March 2d, 18(17.
Dated at Richmond, this 31st day of July, 1871,
I VISTHICT COURT OF CUE UNITED
1 /STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia
Iv the matter of Newbeig k Hocketiider \ 1 I; I
Heller, bankrupt—in bankruptcy,
A warrant In bankruptcy nos been issued tn
said court against the estate ol'E. Heller ol Prince
Edward co., and State of A'irginia, who has been
adjudged It bankrupt on petition of his creditors,
and the payment of any debts, and the deliv
ery of any properly belonging lo said bankrupt
10 him or for Ids use, and the transfer ol any
property ,by him are forbidden by law; a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more assi- I
gnees of his estate will be held at a court of
bankruptcy to be holden at Richmond, in said
District, at the office of the Register, before AY
AY. Forbes, Esq., Register, on thc2.".lh day of Au
gust, 1871, at ill o'clock A. M.
DAVID li. PARKER,
au S—T2w U. S. Marshal
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE CM-
J. TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Arthur L. Roger.-, bankrupl I
By an order entered in the above matter of
bankruptcy, dated July Bth, 1871, lam dire, led
to take an account of the liens on Ihe real estate
of said bankrupl, and to report ilnir amount*
priorities and the parties "who claim the same
and notice is hereby given to all the parties in
terested, lhat I will proceed to lake Hie said a.
count, pursuant to said order, on the -tlhifivof
September, in the year 1871, al my office No. 10 I
s. Royal slreei, in the city of Alexandria, Air
Alexandria, A'a., August :>,d, IS7I.
fIMHS IS 'J'OUIVE NOTICE— That on ihe -d
_. day of Aug., 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy
v..1.- leaned out of tlit»l>istriet Court of the Uni
ted States for Ihe Eastern District of Virginia, j
against the estate of Reuben H. Houghton, Jr.,
of Essex co., and State of A'irginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own pelilion; that
thepayiuciitofany debts, and Hie delivery of any
property belonging lo said bankruiit, to
nini or for his use, and tin- transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of tlie creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose one or more assign
ees of his estate, will be held at a court of bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the ollice of the Reg
ister, in Richmond, A'a., before W. AY. l-'orbe-,
Esq., Register, on the 25th day of August, 1871,
at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID H. PARKER,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
J. TED STATES for Ihe eastern district of A'ir
in the matter of Mary L. Andrews vs. A, CI.
O'Neale, bankrupt—iv bankrupicy.
To whom It may concern.—The undersigned,
William U- Allderdice, of Richmond City, A ir
aud AVm. L. Lntniie, of Essex county, A'irginia,
hereby gives nolice of tlieir appointment as a-'
sigiiccs of the estate of A. G. O'Neale, of
eoinily, in said district, who was, on the 7lh
day of June, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on
I the petition of Mary E. Andrews, by the District
j Court of said liistrict.
Dated Richmond, July sth, is7i
AVILHAM 11. ALDERDICE
and AY. L. LATANE, Assignees.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
1- UNITED STATES for the Easieru Disirict of
lln the matter of AY. C. Constable bankrupt-
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, I
! Jr., of thecitj j
or V, illlanisbnig, hereby gives notice of their „p-
I pomtmeuins trustees of ihe estate of Vf, 0
Constable of Williamsburg, in the couniy of
James city, 111 said district, who was, to wit, ou
the 7th daycf June, 1871, adjudged a bankrupl
upon the petition of his creditors by the Disirict
Court of said District.
Dated at Williamsburg, ihe Huh day of July,
. , _.. ■' It HARLOW, Jll.
jy le-W-W Trustees. I
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ft !! -J.l 1 . IJ.S. Marshal.
f 100KIM1 STOVES!
Hi\ Ing a large stock on hand, I am selling at :
ie vi V reduced prices. !i
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. , 625 Main and 285 Broad streets
IUIK «i_.MilWlc -LUiivs and other iiu. I
1 ported Handkerchief Extracts, Soaps, Pow-
Mrs, ti.'inian Farina, Cologne, _c.
L. WAGNER _ CO., Druggist-, j
Sixth and Broad sire*ts, 1
liAI.TIMOKE LOOS HOSPITAL,
office, 7 south fuedekick ntheet
From bis extensive practice in tliegnai ii.'-]-:
tals or Europe and the firsi In this country, viz:
England, Prance, Philadelphia and eiseuhere,
can ofTer the mo§d certain, speedy an.l ellW tnal
niniiU in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Weaknesn of the Hack or Limbs, Stricture;,
Affections of ihe Kldnejs and Bladder, Involun
tary IM.-charpos, Impotent y, General Debility,
Nervoie-ness, [mpepsia, Languor, Low Spirit-*,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart,
Timidity, Tremblings, Dim-teas of Sißht or
Ot Giddiness, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose
or skm, Affection of the Lungs. Stomach or How
i'N - those terrible disorder-- arising from the Sol
itary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary
practices more fatal to their victims than the
song Of Syrens to the Mariner of Ulysses, blighl ing
their most hrilliant hopes or anticipations, ren
dering marriages, __c. Impoeslble,
Especially, who have become the victims oi
Solitude Tice, that diva<iful and destructive habit
Which annually swtegsj to an untimely grave
tboosands of Young JUeu of the most exalted
talent and hrilliant Intellect, who might otherwise
nays entranced listening senate- wuh the thun
ders of eloquence, or waked to eeslacy the living
lyree, may call with full confldence.
Harried Persons, or Tomu Men contemplating
marriage, being aware or physical weakness, or
ganic debilities, deformation, __c, speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of I>r. J.
may religiously confide on his honor as a
gentleman and confidently re'y upon his skill a- a
immediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—which renders life mi-c- !
ahie and marriage impossible—is the penalty
aid by the victims of Improper Indulgent lea
r oung persons are too apt to commit excesses i
rom, not being aware of the dreadful CCSSSt .
aencea that may ensue. Now, who that, under- j
tands the subject, will pretend to deny that the j
K>wer of procreation is lost sooner by 'those fill
ng into improi>er habits tlian by the prudent I
lesldes being deprived of the pleasures nt ;
ealthy oil's pring, the most serious and desiruc
ve symptoms to both badly and mind arise. The
vstem becomes deranged, the physical and men*
• I functions weakened, loss of proereattve pow
er, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
tie heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a
wasting of the frame, coughs, consumption, de
cay and death.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
Persons ruined la health by unlearned p>rt*ten
ers who keep them trilling month after month. !
taking poisonous and injurious compounds, should
lemberof the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of the most, eminent Col-
Ilie United States, and the greater part
life has been spent In the hospitals of
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has
Knae of the most astonishing cures
* ever known ; many troubled with ring*
ie head add tan when asleep, great
ess, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
■s*, with frequent blushing, attended
B wilh a derangement of the mind, were
iXM PARTICULAR NOTICE.
iddresses all -those who have injured
'why improper indulgeucies and solua j
which ruin both body and mind, milit
for either business, study, society, or
re some of the sad and melancholy ef
duced by early habits of youth,*\iz:
i of the Hack and Limbs, pains in the I
oness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
ntion of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous
y, Deraugement of the Digestive Fttnc- !
ieral Debility, Symptoms of Consuni]i- j
rful effects on the mind are much to be
Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, |
a of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid i
re some of the evils produced,
ids of persons of all ages can now judge j
ceaiise of their declining health, loosing
»r, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
, having a singular appearance about
tough and symptoms of consumption,
injured themselves by a certain prac
fect in when alone—a habit frequently
■om evil companions or at school, the
which are nightly fell, even wiUM
id, if not cured, renders marriage iiu
md destroys both mind and body—
pity that a young man, the hope of his
he pride of his parents, should be
from all prospects and enjoyments of I
c consoquence of deviating from the
.tare and Indulging in a certain secret
ich persons, must, before eontempla
t a sound mind and body are the most
requisites to promote connubial hapi
ed, without these, the journey through
les a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
rkens to the view, the mind becomes
with despair and tilled with (he mel
'flection that the happiness of another
lighted with your own.
Ie misguided and Imprudent votary of
hids he has imbibed the seeds of this
sease, it. too often happens that an ill-
Be of shame or dread of discovery de
*om applying to those, who. from edu
respeetability, can alone befriend him.
to the hands of ignorant nnd designing
! , who, incapable of curing, filch hit
substance, keep him trifling month
h, or as long as the smallest fee can he
i,nd with despair leave him with ruined ■
Igh over his sailing disappointment, or
of that deadly poison Mercury, hasten j
tution.il symptons of (he terrible di
. as Affection of the Head, Throat,
, etc., progressing with frightful rapid*
tftk pats a period to his dreadful suiter
ling him to that undiscovered cotmtr.
6 bourne no traveller returns,
therefore, Dr. Johnston otters the mo-1 I
eedy, pleasant and efl'e.iual remedy in
side going from Baltimore street, afe'w
i the corner. Fail not to observe the
Otters received unless post-paid and
a stamp to be used on the reply. >*er
g should state age, and semi portion
ement describing .symptoms.
re so many Paltry, Designing and
Impostors advertising themselves as
, trilling with and ruining the health
unfonunately fall into their power,
>hnston deems it necessary to say cs
those unacquainted with ins reputa
ble Credentials or Diplomas always
y thousands cured at this institution
last eighteen years, and tlie nuiue
al Operations performed by Dr. John
ttsed by the reporters of the "Sun"
rther papers, notice of which appeared
;igain before the public, besides his
a gentleman of character and fespoa
sufficicient guarantee to the ahiicted.
DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Ju. t published, la a sealed envelope. Price _.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT
MENT, and Radical Cure of Spermatoi i lea or t
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex
ual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gene
rally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epil-; HT,
aud Fibs; Mental aud Py.-ual Incapacity, i< ■ -ult ■
ing from Self-Abuse, &<•., by Rou'r J. C.i.vkr-
Vaxt, M. D. ; author of the "Green Rook,'' &c.
"A HOON TO THOUSAND OF SUFFERERS ."
Sent under seal, iv a plain envelope, to any ;jd
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cent*, or two t
postage stamps, by
127 Bowery, New York, Post Ollice box 4696.
OSTLER'S BALSAMIC AfIXTTJRE i- nut I
J) a thing of yesterday, got up to gull the un
wary and put money in" the pockets of the pro i
■Vision, It has stood the test of time. Having
Men In the market over thirty years, its vety
name will recall to many who are now the re
spected heads of families, the halcyon days of |
their youth, with all its joys and sorrows; it. is i
still the same; infallable iv ils operation; a spe
eiiie remedy for youthful indiscretion and folly;
a true friend. It is lor sale by all druggist!
Price, $1 ]ht bottle. de 14—ly !
TJKMOV Al. TO KKW HANKIMi ROOMS,
NO. 10 NOUTH TENTH STUEET,
Between M:iiu and' Hank Strt'i-ts.
NATIONAL I'HEKIIiMKN'S SAVINGS AND
OHAIiTEIiEI) liYI'DNUKESS, MAltl'll, 18«.
lil-M'OSITS ri'i-i-ivi-il ami PAYMENTS iniiili
daily (eicsptlag holidays) from h A. M. to i I.
.M . ami mi Saturday Evi'uinirsi from s lo S o'cloi-k.
INTEUEST at ths rate of >i\ oar sent Bar an
iinm (Wt-lartxlaliiUiiinpoiiiid.'d ill Man h, July and
N -\, niliir, on all sums ol FIVE (.1) DOEI.AKS
Deposits received of KIYE I'ENTS and up-
T.IOII i£-CHANGE.~__bIu-b«n lily Lot-, ]
_? iihii'iiKo, or Faum ni-ar llidroil, for I.iuiiik
(•Morted) or Saw-mil] and Timber. I. IfAN
NEY, llelawara, Ohio.
I)I(II.MO.M) ANDDANVILLE RAILROAD
XV On and after July 2sth, Is7l,
GOING WEST :
Train No. 2 (Through Passenger) leaves Rich
mond daily (except Sunday) al 4:0(1 A. M : leaves
Danville :ii 11:09 A. M.; arrives al (ireensN.ro'a I
Trnin No. I. (Lynchburg Passenger) leave)
Richmond daily at 1:115 A. M.; arrives at I.mi. I,
burg at :'i P. M.
Trnin No. 13 (Lynchburg Freight and A.,..in
modation) loaves Richmond at 6:00 I. AU; arrival
at Lynchburg al 4A. M., (Sundays excepted i
'J'rpiu No. II (Through Hail and Express)!) ares
Richmond daily at MS P. M.; leaves Danville
dally at lu:l4 p. M.; arrives a 1 IJreeiisbor,.' dally
Traill No. 14 "(Through' Mail and Express)
leave- 15reeiislHiro' daily al 7:110 P. M.; leaves
Danville daily at lo:12P. M; arrives al Rich-fond
'I'ruin No. (((Through Passenger) I, avos lire, us
boti daily (except Sundays)at 11:03 A. M.j leaves
Danville ai l:_T P. ill.; arrives al Richmond a, ■__
Trnin No. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger; leaves
I.ue 'ii.ui-g daily ai 8:90 A. M.; leaves Burkeville
al 1 P. M.; arrives at Ricinnoud at 4 P. M.
Train no. :i (Lvncbbnrg Freight end Accom
modation) leaves Lynchburg ai 10:10 p M.; ar
rives :,t Richmond al ' y.is A. M.,- (Sundays e_-
Trams Nos, 9 and 11 cotinicl ai I r reeln.lK.io'
'■■ mi Trains on North Carolina railroad for all
Trims IVos. G and l:t conned at Bilrkei ille with
Train on At lan lie, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
tor all jioints Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest call be procured at tlie ticket ollice iv
Richmond, and of R. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, No. 1:125
Alain street, Richmond
Paper* thai have arrangements to adveriis.- the
cheilulc of lids company will please print as
above. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Ticket and Freight Agenl.
T. M. R. TAi.eorr, Eng'r and Sup'l. jy 211
si: MM BR Arr ANi iEM KMT,
SCHEDULE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE. GOING!
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, ls.l.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depol, corner
111 id and Eighth streets, as follow- :
The DAY' TRAIN daily al 11:20 A. M. Arrives
iii Washington al 12:15, Baltimore (except on
Sundays) at 2:1,1, Philadelphia at 8:16. and New
York at 10:20 P. M. THE SAME DAY.
Tlie NIGHT TRAIN daily (except on Sundays)
The DAY" TRAIN arrives in Richmond at 2:17
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives in Richmond
Mondays excepted al 8:30 A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil
ord leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays
xceptedlat 4an P. M. Arrives in Richmond at
:42 A. M.
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAY'S and FRIDAYS at «:4.'. P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAGE Clicks lo all the principal points In the
North, East and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
TICKET OFFICE, corner Bird and Eighth
J. B. GENTRY,
.- General Ticket Agent.
L T. 1) Mrsm.General Superintendent.
1 , ,
Richmond a.m. Y'.hik Rites Raii.hoai., )
Ri. iiiioND. Va., July Both. 1171. 1
t RANGE OF SCHEDULE. *
on and after this date, until further notice,
iore will be only three boats a week lor Balti
Trains will run as follows :
MAIL TRAIN will leave Richmond lor Waal
•oiiit daily nt :l P. M., (excepl Sundays,) cornice
ng on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
iih boat for Baltimore.
BOAT leaves Baltimore on Mondays, Wednes
lys and Fridays, connecting at West Point with
•assengor Train which leaves West Point daily
xcept Sunday) at s A.M., arriving in Richmond
t 11 A. M.
FREIGHT TRAIN WITH PASSENGER
'ill leave Richmond ou Tuesday's, Thursdays,
id Saturdays at 4 A . M; arrive al West Point
7:311 A. M.; leaving West Point at 1 P. M., ar
ving at Richmond at 4::lll P. M.
Persons going by this route get, a good night's
st on most comfortable boats, with tables hii
irpassed by any, and arrive in Baltimore in
me for Norlhern and Western trains.
Fare from Richmond lo Baltimore, rjn.OO.
Through Bills of Lading given to all points
North and South. Freights received daily and
promptly forwarded. '
On and after Saturday, July Ist, ROUND
TRIP TICKETS TO WEST POINT on Mail
train, good to go down on SATURDAYS and
PASSENGER TRAIN will leave Richmond de
pot on Sundays at 7 A. M.; returning, will leave ,
West Point at 0 p. M., arriving in Riclmoiid at 7
P. M., at ifd round trip. In Ibis way persons may
enjoy One salt water bathing ai West Point.
Bathing houses are fitted up.
Good hotels are open for Ihe accoinmodalion ol
quests at moderate rales.
an I WM. N. BRAGG, Sup'l.
I VIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE
■ " HKTWKh'N
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
This Great Passenger Route is composed of Ille j
Richmond and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mi- ,
sisslppl and Ohio railroad, East Tennessee and ,
Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia
railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eallroad,
and Memphis and Charleston railroad and their
connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond
.lady ai :':!.', o'clock a. in. and .0:0.1 o'clock p. m.,
making close connections throughout to I
Lynchburg and all stations on A., At and Ohio I
railroad, Knoxiille, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
.I.in, lion, Memphis, New Orleans, Glial lanooga, :
Canton, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dallon, At
lanta, Rome, Selma, Macon, Columbus ami all
jioiuls South and Southwest, Nashville, tColum
bus', Chicago*, Cairo St. Louis and all points '
North ami Northwest.
Through tickets good until used. I i
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping cars on all night
Good eating-houses, aud ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any oilier route.
For farther Information, apply at the aflat, of <
the Virginia and Tenncsse Air-Line Railway,
1324 Mais street, or at the office of the Richmond I
and Dam ille railroad.
.I.' :; l Agent.
/ vlt.ANlil-, ALEXANDRIA ANI) MANAS- '
Ou and after Sunday, January '-':>, 1:71, one
daily passenger irainv.ill run between WAsIl
Gordonsvllle with ihe Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton ami ihe Virgin- '
la Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, and at Washington, lo the North aud
Leave Washington daily al 6:66 a. m.and Alex
andria at sa. m., arriving al Lj nehbnrg at 5:06 I '
1.-:ive Lynchburg al S:2sa. in., arrive at Alex- '
aiidnaai r...i p. m., and at Washington at 6:14 |.
duly (excepting Sunday) ai lu:;'.li a in; leave AJ-
P iv., and arriie at Harrisburg at 7 p. in. '
Eastward, leave Harrisburg aiti:.",na. m; pass
Strasburg at 9.2 aa. m., arrive at Alexandria at
I..'*' p. m. and at Washington in time for connect
ing wit h the 3 p. in. train from Washington to Bal
Good conneclions, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax sta
tion; to Middleburg from Plains; to Upporvillo
from Piediuonl, and to Staunton fiom Harrison-
El.-cant sleeping cars arc run daily between
New York and Lynchburg, without, change
Also, cars through between Baltimore aid
Lynchburg, avoiding the Inconvenience of train
ier ill Washington.
Through tickets and baggage checked lo all
prominent points. j. m. BROADUS,
mil 7—tl General Ticket Agenl.
-yyASHIiVITON AND OHIO HAIf.HOAD.
SPRING HEi .'INNING
Two Trains daily (except s lays) between
Alexandria and Hamilton.
Leave Alexandria al s:lo A. M. and s P M
An ive at Hamillon al 10:68 A. M. and 7-25 P M
leave Hamilton at 6:50 A. M. and 12 i". P M
An-ivo at Alexandria al 6:06 A. M. and 8:35 P. M.
The S:4ll A. M. train from Alexandria and 12:15
1 . M. train from Hamillon, connect at llauiilt„i,
wilh Kemps Daily Line of Coaches lor Purcell-
ViUe, Snickersville, Berryville and Winchester;
al-", with Reamer's Lille of Coaches, which lca\ c I
Leosburg daily for Aldie and Middleburg.
Annual tick. Is, sixty dollars; loiniiiniaii. c
tickets (2.', trips) ;,i 2.. cents parmile,
jel fi Qeneral Ticket Agent.
I riIAKBANTS SEL'Iy.ER Al'Eltl EM.
GRANULAR EFFERVESCENT SALTS OF
VICHY' AND CITRATE MAGNESIA.
L. WAGNER k CO., Driiggi-1-.
IX7 BAI'PIMi PAPER muy be bad at ibis !
[ |-iiu>,ii'i:.iKK t\n oiiio railroad.
l> lin and after THURSDAY, June Ist. PASSEN
GER TRAINS leave Richmond (s.udiws ox
ceptnl) as follows :
i- 8:110 A. M.—MAIL TRAIN for White Sulphur
is Springs connecting ai Uordonswllo with Orange
ii Alexandria and Manassas train for Washington
and North, and Lynchburg and Booth
" ___X '''-~' ACC °MofiATIO« TRAIN for
i t.ordonsvill... excepi on Saturday, on which dav
it leaves at:, p. m. This train connects at fj-or
i- d.insvillc with nighl train-, null, ,\ _ M rail
- road tor Lj nehbnrg and Washing
On and after the 1.-.lh of JUNE a PASSEN
s HER TRAIN will run daily (except Sit-dars) be
c twecn Staiinlon and Ihe While Sulphur as lot
y lows :
Leave Staunton in |.!,-, A. M., arrive at White
Sulphur at l : sa p. m. ; leave White Sulphur al
i) I :i.i 1", ■.. arrive al Siaimton at 7li P M
THRorilH TICKETS, sold at low ran- lo
I all |Kjinis North,-West and Sonihwesi
Further Information may be obtained in the
- company's ollice.
■i No Passenger Trains are rim on Sunday*
I A II PERRY.
s James F. Netbekianh,
I Qeneral Ticket Agenl. j« s
/uiAMiK oi M , -ii|.:ui_,_:.--L l a__- .
\ llll; NORFOLK, JAMES AND___f______
! CHICKAHOMINV KlYKHs^^^^
On and after TUESADV. July i.sth, Ihe fust
and elegant side-wheel Steamer PALISADE
Captain Chas. Nelsos, will leave her wharl
Powhatan Steamboat Company's shed al
Rocketts, al B.SO A. M. for Norfolk on TUES
DAYS and SATURDAY'S. Reluming, will
have Norfolk on WEDNESDAYS and MON
DAYS, at 8.30 A. M., touclihigat King's Mill and
Grove Wharf, and all regular landings, going
Will leave her wharf at Rocketts for Binn'r, on
I'lii.-kaliomiuv, THURSDAY'S at 5.311 A M
• ounce! ing al City Point with the 7 o'clock traiii
from Petersburg, touching at all the regular
landings on James river down to Dillard's
Wharf, and all regular landings on Ohicknhoiiii
ny. Returning, will leave Binn's on FRIDAYS
at 5.30 o'clock A. M.
Freight received at all hours for Norfolk <Uid
way landings on James River.
Freight for Cliickahoiiiiuy received only ou
All freights to way landing must he prepaid.
Fare to Norfolk, *2.
Excursion lickels to Norfolk and return, fct.
For further particulars, apply to Captain on
hoarder to GEORG L. CURRIE, AgWnt.
At CruiiiE _ Co.'s. corner 18th aud '-M-y
streets. __ 1:, - ; ""'
FOR NEW YORK.--OLU UO- !__»_
MINION STEAMSHIP COM- _____£_>
The splendid n,. w side-wheel Steamships
!-_t££. AI.HEMARLE, SARATOGA,
HA'lll-.KAs and NIAGARA have New York
Norfolk, Cily Poim and Richmond every TUES
DAY', THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1
o'clock P. M.
These ships are entirely new, and were built
expressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons and stale-rooms,
and the accommodations and attention are an
Goods shipped by this line aro.landcd regu
larly at New York, on the Company's covered
pier, 37 North river, within forty-eight hour:
Insurance efl'ecled when ordered, at a at-Aii
tkr ~f one per cent, at the ollice of this com
Freights lor paints beyond New York forwarded
Willi dispatch, and no charge made, execept ac
tual expenses incurred.
*_r For further Information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agenl, .
J ll l—'l No. 3 Governor street,
Viisoinia si I avimiii- XXIi ___■»
PACKET COMPANY". _____■_
The steamship GEORGE B. UPTON leaves
New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leaves
New York every TI'EsDAY. leaves Richmond
Freight received daily.
Close connections made wilh steamers for all
Southern and Eastern porta
D. J. BURR, President,
Wasimniitox k Co., Agents, Richmond, Va
Pier 12 North river. Now York. ap 4
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SEALED PROPOSALS ,„ „.,,,„,..,„. ~„
receiied ai lliis ollice until 111 o'clock M„ onsAT
■ ! , ••',' """'"'''•''• a7 i< <"'• building a 5u.,,,.
or nick wal and iron railing, with one double
mil one siugloii-oii gale, around tin( .Salisbury (N
( .) National Ceiuelei-y, * v
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l.uca,-l,xil.a.,dnol,id will be cnlcr „",,,-,
ilcs noi conform to this requiremeni
( The rubbish rosulting from the excavation for
ihe wall lo be removed fro,,, ,l„. f ,„„„; „?
.eUlelerv at lie expense,,f Ihe M.c-cessllll 1,„1, ",
Plans and blank 10, ms for bids will be 1 Co' "■
"' "f"' •iPPhealion lo tl ndersigned
_r_, , HENRY C. HODGES,
an r,_ot a ' •*■ "******* V. S. Army.
rpo pipe IOIM)|;hv. " ——
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SEALED PROPOSALS will be"Tecci ■„! by
Ie iii.dersigued until 12 o'clock M.on he a
da.y.,l Angnst, 1871, for the deliver. ■„ the D,''
irictoi i oliimbia, of nine millions ts.OOO(MM) of
pounds ol .ni-incl, east ir o„ Water Pipe, sm"
I Ibcks and SpecialCi_itto_»: The entira quantiiy
'" l"l»'is«liv ,1 into four lou, and propo«__
will be received for the whole or a less number
ol lois. Noproposals for Pipes, special Castings
W Slop Cocks Will be ivceiieil except ,„ ,|,o prill
led forms, whi.-h. with circulars, speclfloailons
Plans, forms „| oontract, and any desired infoi
[nation, can be bad on application m person or
by letter to GEORGKH. ELLIOTT
... •.- _ M, «°'' °» '•'•"l'in -s-, U. S. A.,
jv ls id" I -" X ""'" 1 ' Waslongiou Aguwluct.
SPECIAL Ml'lll K...T0 ALL PERSONS
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ill kinds ol properly.
They ask of lheir friend, and ihe public lo
rive ihem a call before Insuring elsewhere
Consult yonr own Uueresl and Insure with va
T n n J. B.STARKE, Ilcncral Ag,„l.
J. B. Davis, President.
John F. c. Potts, Secretary■__ilo_1o_ : d_„ ~„
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