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B»G, AUGUST 11, 1871.
_
r OF THE I'll I SS.
isco Chronicle says: "Bight
ie or impolitic, the people "l
he l'aeilie coast, irrcspec
mvc determined to prevent
■nlioti liy every /iv/u/ menns
c American says : "The Ke
iitli Carolina ltavc shown to
wither threats nor intimidit
ilions nor seunrgings can in—
give u|. the principles for
iive Buffered so much, and
tiloiis circumstances they
into their Slate consti
•k Times says: "We judge,
irison, that the country can
. exchange a Republican for
administration ; and the
le caivcr' which Mr. Tweed
nisi., and his friends will
in Washington. We hope
ilinctl to this State, and to
luiililing in it, which has
reeled lor the aecommoila
their stamp."
Tribune .says : "Are the
xpenditures made puhlic in
? If true, may not the city
' the stolen millions ? And
it the Democratic adminis-
York, which has perpetrated
g peculations and thefts, be
own and banished forever
of profit or honor ? Those
t which the tax-payers fed
! Simulant says: "We are
at the hackneyed phrase
int of liberty.' "Hut in the
re arc trying, for tlie worlil,
t of universal Suffrage.
never had a Sufficient test,
lor will use ilr against pro
the ignorant, maddened by
c it gives litem, will break
air ana sale influence of tho
class—whether a few doma
ing together, will wrench
t itself from its purpose —
•cry student of States asks,
!• Iti.lory lor an answer."
er Spy says: "It is not
n which tho Timet is light
tiuch as the shameless cor
nality of the men who nd
aspire to rule not only the
but to control the national
veil."
er Democrat says: "Some
ite that negroes were solely
llu. riot' in (Joldsboro',
It woultl not be remarka
e outbreaks of negroes oc
retaliation for the terrible
iw Buffered al the hands of
They art the most patient
orld; but resistance to un
rong must occasionally be
liom, and it may even reach
of the outrages they have
roys Democrat says:—
The lasting ipialilies of
ciples are to lie again tried
tlie prospects of a national
are most encouraging. We
erious disadvantage to get
many ring of pirates. This
has been' a dead weight on
since the war. Its loath
tS, ils intrigue antl treach
in ISIiS, when it gave us a
hout the campaign, stuffed
, put-up ring candidate, and
sold us out on the eve of
icherously abandoning the
'•.',.///v...s' snys: "Next to tlie
of the exposures of tlie
8 swindles upon the lax-
York, what will surprise
list is the fact that no de
iking of has been made in
ing. Mayor Hall, in full
that every one of the war
udiilcnt payments was cot
n, and that without his sig
ley could not have bet
ik of no more nppropria
attack the motives of tl
g the exposure. He seen
. people -are not just IW
question of motives."
ai, Labor Ookgrbss.—
August ii.—The address o
ellick, President of the Na
igress, says three State or
been formed since th
hr; one hundred chartei
, also nineteen charters is
here no State organraatio
ilso stated that, during th
ction of both the Naliona
Jure has been quite encour
ire offered calling on work
section to organize labo
re is a sufficient number i
ate and support a State or
;ing themselves to suppor
the ballot-box, urging up
of the nation and the inter
isocialions the propriety o
;arly day, for a Nationa
y, composed of delegate
istrial organizations.
res adopted that a coimni
ppoii_U.fl to prepare a pet
al Congress for the estat
itional Uibor Hureau.
. Day, of Now York,ollei
extending the lime for th
c nominating committee o
tor part)' to the third Wei
ary, IS7'J. Messrs. Wi
o, offered a resolution rt
ight of women lo receiv
tien for equal work, where
of Pennsylvania, ott'erei
iiich was adopted:
it this organisation cheer
the right of women every
id engage in any pioiessioi
ion which they may desin
ly certain amount of wor
ive the same pay as men.
riking advertisement of
nit we ever saw, is the io
appears in a Wisconsi
rust thy labor lo him, fo
■eat.
iind him with his band i
will harrow the valley
thy seed in the barn.
is terrible, in which ho re
) valley, and waxeth prout
c mockelh at fear, neilhi
from the hobgoblin,
loveth his tail like a cedar
I cables.
like strong pieces of brass
iron.
c an ox ; behold, he drinl
. ,and triisleth that he ea
"raw up Jordan in his inoiilh.
Who can approach the door of his face
y* thou canst approach him with a bridle
"l. teeth are terrible round about.
' will not conceal his parts, nor his come
I'J proportions.
He is gentle, h« I. kind,
And his lad slid, oul behind.
• want to sell him for sometliiag I ca
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► THE STATE JOURNAL.
Tn!. Statk .Torn* at. enters _pon a new career,
. under auspices which promise permanence and
1 increased usefulnew.
Thin. pnp«*r will be Republican. The orpin of
no wing or clique, it will aim to represent the
/ policy of the National party ; to build up a heal-
I thy National sentiment, aud inipiro love of the
whole country.
• It will not be the vehicle of |HOolul detract ion
nor be im.l to get iv* pets into ollice, nor to keep
uilht inn The safety of all It. in tin- triumph
of the cause; and to secure it, all must labor
- 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 opponents. It
r will discuss all question* of public interest fairly
1 and temperately. Asserting the right earnestly
f and resolutely, and bating no jot or tittle of the
- truth which it is called to declare, it will aim to
"speak the truth in love."
It will commend genius, patriotism and virtue
j everywhere, and be as prompt to expose corrupt
tion and imbecility in its own party as iv another.
AYe shall advocate all measures to advance tho
i public good, originating iv our own party or out
j side. There are vital quest Una enough between
' us ami the opi>osition without seeking issues
' where all good men should stand on common
' ground.
• Relieving i>opular Kducation to be the one cry
ng want of our State and of the country, we
shall give large space to its advocacy. To edu
. cate thoroughly all the children of the State
[ should Im' tin* supreme and paramount work of
legislation. To this sacred task we con■ cerate
[ our paper, Wo shall plead the cause of the little
, ones who have no voice ; and, iv so pleading, we
[ plead for the future of Virginia iv whatever can
. make IMF great and glorious.
Tlie financial condition of the country, and es
pecially of the South, will not be neglected. We
advocate a Huancial |-Olicy which will bring back
again to the South more than its old pros]>erity.
We are for the encouragement of a varied home
industry. We are for Free Hanking, under a sya
cin which makes money absolutely sale and ac
cessible to business men at living rates. We are
for such a revenue sytem as will preserve the
public credit without imj-Otsing undue burdens
upon the jioople.
Realizing tho vast imi-ortance of mechanical
ami manufacturing industry, we .-hall labor
heartily for the development of these interests,
we shall give accurate and detailed information
of our vast natuaral wealth iv mines, forests,
water-powers and tlsheriee.
Relieving in the "harmony of interests," we
shall endeavor 10 show how fully each i_; depen
dent upon the prosperity of ail; that labor and
capital, employer and employee, should be allies
and friends, enriching each other by fraternal co
operation.
Agriculture is OUT p*t. Fresh from a Virginia
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 takes to make
a farmer. We shall give large space to Agricul
ture and Horticulture.
In conclusion, we will say m that we will unite
cordially and earnestly with men of all parlies
to remove every obstacle to the moral, intellec
tual and physical progress of our State and na.
• tion. There aro thousands of noble young men
and women iv the Stato full of grand capacity
now dormant and wasting. The old Common
wealth is souuding the drum-beat to duty. Let
them shake otl* the night-man. of conservatism
and old traditions, aud 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!
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
4HB~ *
ri .HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the
I 2d day of August, 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued ..tit ut the District Court of the Uni
ted states lor the Eastern District of Virginia,
against ihu estate of Horace A. Richards,
of Henrico county, and State of Virginia,
who has beeu adjudged a l»:iiikri.|u on his own
petition . that the payment of any debts, aud the
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, lo him or for his use, and the transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors ol" the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, and choose one or more, as
signees of his estate, will he held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of the reg
ister in Richmond, Vs., before W. W. Forbes,
Esq., Register, on the _..Lll day of August, 1.71,
at lo o'clock A. M.
DAVID li. PARKER,
au B—Wilw U. S. Marshal.
4-268
r 11IIIS IS TO l-IVE NOTICE—That on the M
X day of August, IS7I, a warrant in baiikrttptcy
wtis issued out of the District Court of tile Uni
ted Stales tor the Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of E. 9. Anderson, of King
William county, and State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—
That the payment of any debts, and the delivery
of any proiie rly belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, aud the transfer of any pro
perty by him, are forbiddeu by law: —That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts aud choose one or more assig
nees of his estate, will be held at a court ot bank
ruptcy, to be holden at thu ollice of the register,
in Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq.,
Register, on ihe'__tli day of August, 1871, at 10
o'clock A.M. DAVID H. PARKEK,
au O—W2W U. S. Marshal.
4''lS
IN THE DISTKICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for ihe Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the matterof Wm. W. Palmer, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria county, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as as
signee of the estate of Wm. W. Palmer, of Fairfax
county, iv said district,\vllo was, on the 26th day
of June, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition by the Disirict Court of said District.
Dated Alexandria, Va., August 7, 1871.
au 9—WBw JOHN S. FOWLEK, Assignee.
42..1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TEI) STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of George A. Dodd, bank
rupl—iu bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria county, Vir
ginia, hereby gives n01i... of his appoint
ment as assignee of the estate of Georgo A.
I. I. of Loudoun c.uiity, in said dis
trict, who wins, on tlui Ul h day of July, IS7I, ad
judged a bankrupt on his own pctittuu by the
Disirict Cuurt of said district.
Dated Alexandria, Va., August 7,1571.
till 11—W3W JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
42411
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District of
Vi rginia.
In the inatler of William li. Walter, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom il May Concern—The undersigned,
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria couniy, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee
of the estate of William H. Walter, of Fauquier
county, in said district, who was, ou the 2tlth day
of June, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own
pelilion by tlie district court of said district.
Dated Alexandria, Va., August 7, 1871.
au o—W3w JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
IN THE IIIVI lilt I l 111 HT OF TIIE UNI
TED STATES, for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the mutter of John W. Davis, bankrupt-
in bankruptcy.
At Abingdon, Va , the 2t)th day of July, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a pel it ion has been pre
sented to the Hon. John C Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, by R. M. and Wm. Page,
assignees of the estate of said bankrupt, lo
-ell ihe real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all liens thereon.
This is lo give notice to all persons interested,
that, in terms of said iK'titiou an order has been
issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, for all iiersons who may
1* interested hi said est&ie, to appear before H.
C. llibbons, Esq., register ia bankruptcy, at his
office, in the town ol Abingdon, on tlie 1. th day
of Augusl. 1871, at 111 o'clock A. M., aud show
cans*, il any they have, why such an order should
not he granted. H. IM. k WM. PACE,
au I—Tu'iw Assignees.
I" N THE DISTHKCT COURT OF THE UNI.
TED STATES lor Hie Western Disirict of Vir
ginia.
Ia the matterof W. (i. k R. V. Lynn, bank
rupts—in bankruptcy.
liy a decree of Ihe above court, rendered in the
maiterof W. (I.& R. V. Lynn, bankrupts, the
undersigned as a special commissioner, is re
quired to lake an account of the lieu* against
three lot-, of land in the proceeding* mentioned,
together with .all oilier uucunibl.iii.es oiKill the
same, and lo make report to the next court.
Parties interested iv ihe deciee above referred
to, aro hereby notified that I shall, ou FRIDAY,
the 4th day of August next, proceed to lake the
account as alwve required, til mv ollice in the
town of Danville, Virginia, und lhat the same
will be continued from day lo day until com
pleted.
Given under my hand this loth day of July,
1871. WM. M. MOSELEY,
jy 11—Tu3w Special Commissioner.
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
10..—Invol
IN TIIE DISTRICT I'OI'KT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern llislricl of Vir-
In the matter of James Parks ,-t al- i- |;
Boyle, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the Ist day "of August, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Please lo lake notice hereby, lhat a pelilion
has been to wit: ou the Ist day of Angnst, 1871.
filed in said District Court by E. Hoi le, of
Richmond city, in said District, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under ih>> art
of Congress entitled "An act to eslahlisn a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted States," approved March 2d, 1867. for a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all his debts
anil other claims provable under said act, and
that the With day ol August, 1871, al 111 o'clock A.
M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of
said court 111 bankruptcy, at. his office ju Rich
mond, in said district, Is the lime and place a
signe.l for the hearing of ihe same, when ami
where you may attend ami show cause, If any
yon have, why the prayer of the said pelilion
should not lie granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of (he creditors of said bank
rupt will be held at the same lime and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy
nn 7—M2w for the ad Cong'l Dist. of Va.
N THE DISTRICT COURT "OF I'll I
UNITED STATES for the District of Virginia
In the matter of James S. Grigsby, hankrup
—in bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to lake notice hereby, thai a petition ba
boon, to-wit: ou the i!d day of Jan'y, 1871, Blot
in said District Court by J:i. . S. Grigsby, o
Giles county, in said district, \>. ho has'beei
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the ac
at Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system of hankruptej throughout the Uni
led Slates," approved March 2d, Is(i7, for a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all his debt,
and other claims provable under said act, and
that the 19th day of August, lS7l,atll o'clk A.M
before H. C. Gibbons, one of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at Ills office in Abingdon, ii
said district, is the time and place assigned for tin
hearing of the same, when and where you may
intend and show cause, if any you hare, why th.
prayer of the said pelilion sholild not be granted.
H. I!. GIBBONS,
Register in Hankruplcy lor
au 2—W2w the sth Cong'l Dial, of Va.
110—Invol.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TDK
UNITED STATES for the Eastern Disirict of
In the mailer of Dickinson, Hull., it „ Co. vs.
Powhatan Weisiger, individually, and as I
the Orm of Weisiger Si Clarke, bankrupt—in bank-
At. Richmond, on theß7th day of July, 1871,
TO WHOM IT MAY" CONOF.IIN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit : on the _7lh day of July, IS7I,
tiled in said Districl. Court by Powhatan Weisiger
of Richmond city, Va., in said districl, who
has been 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 Stales, ' approved Maicb
_d, 1.U7, for a discharge and certificate thereof,
from all his debts and other claims provable un
der said act, anil lhat ihe _..lhday ol" Augusl, IS7I,
at. 10 o'clock A. Mr, before \V. \V. Forbes, one ol
the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at bis
ollice iv Richmond, in said dislricl, is 'ihe tune
and place assigned for Ihe hearing of the samo
when and where you may al tend and show cause
il any you have, why the prayer of Ihe said peti
tion should uol be granted.
You are also hereby notified that, the second
and third meetings of the creditors ol the sail
bankrupt will be held at ihe same time and place.
W. W. FORBES.
Register in Rnnkt'lipley for
au7—M'2w 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
4_4ii
IN THK DISTRICT COIJIII'OI 'I'llK UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matterof Isiuic 11. Walton, bankrupt—
in bankruptcy,
To Whom it May Concern— The undersigned,
Win. H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
the estate of Isaac H. Walton, of Greenville coy,
iv said district, who was, on the Pith day of June,
A. ]>~ IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt on his own peli
lion by the District Court of said disirict.
Dated Richmond, July 3d, 1871.
WW. 11. ALLDERDICE,
jy 10—M3w Assignee.
mt
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE USV'I
TED STATES for ihe Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Geo. H. Snead, Sr., bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
Eastern District of Virginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of
the creditors of the said Geo. 11. Snead, Sr, bank
rupt, for the puriiosc of declaring adivideud, will
beheld at Richmond, at the office of W. W
Forbes, register in bankruptcy, in said disnaci,
on Thursday, the loth day ol August, 1871, at 111
o'clock A. M., in accordance with the provisions
of Ihe 27th and 28th sections of the bankruptcy
act of March 2d, ISU7.
Dated at Richmond, this Mist day of July, 1871
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
jy 31— M2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNI.
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the matter of Leroy B. Gatewood, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
Eastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice is hereby given that a lasl general meet
ing of the creditors of the said Leroy B. Gale
wood, bankrupt, for the purpose Of declaring a
dividend, will be held at Richmond, at the office
of W. W. Forbes, register in bankruptcy, in said
districl, on Thursday, the loth day of August,
1871, at W o'clock A. M., in accordance with the
provisions of the 27th and 2Sth sections of the
bankruptcy act of March 2d, ISU7.
Dated at Richmond, this ::isi day of July, 1871.
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
jy 31—M2w Assignee.
126 —Involuntary
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UMTED
STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of Newberg k Hock. I.ader vs. E.
Heller, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
A warrant in hankruplcy has been issued by
said court against the estate of E. Heller,of Prince
Edward co., and State of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on petition of his creditors,
and the payment of any debts, and the deliv
ery of any properly belonging to said bankrupt,
lo him or for his use, and Ihe transfer of any
property .by him are forbidden hy law; a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove tlieir debts, and choose one or more assi
gnees of his estate will be held at a court of
bankruptcy to la. holden at Richmond, in said
Disirict, al Ihe ollice of tho Register, before W.
W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the26til day of Au
gusl, IS7I, at lo o'clock A. M.
DAVID H. PARKER,
an S—T2w IX si. Marshal
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE U.\l-
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In Iho matter of Arthur L. Rogers, bankruiit.
—in bankruptcy.
By an order entered in the above matter of
bankruptcy, dated July stli, 1871, lam directed
to take an account of Ihe liens on Ihe real esiate
of said bankrupt, and lo report Iheir amounts,
priorities and the parties who claim the same ;
mid notice is hereby given lo all the parties in
terested, that I will proceed to take the said ac
count, pursuant to said order, on the .thduyof
September, tn ihe year 1871, at my office No. lo
S. Royal street, in the cily ol Alo..andria, Vir
ginia. A. W. CHILTON,
Special I 'oinmissioiier.
Alexandria, Va., Augusl Id, 1871.
nil 7—law-lw
(SUM
ri .Ills IS TIM.IVC M>l HE-That on the Old
X day of Aug., 1871, a warrauL iv bankruptcy
was issued iilllof the liistrict Court of the Uni
ted States for the Eastern llislricl of A'irginia,
against the estate of Reuben 11. Bough ton, Jr.,
of Essei co., and Slate of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition;'that
thepnymeiitofnny debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging lo said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and the transfer of any
properly by him, are forbidden by law; ihat
a meeting of Ihe crcdilfers of said bankrupl, to
prove their debLs and choose one or more assign
ees of his esiate, will he held tit a court ol bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the ollice of Ihe Reg
ister, iv Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes,
Esq., Register, ou the 2..111 day of Augusl, 1871,
at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
au M—T_w IJ. s. Marshal.
133— Involtntiary.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNI
TED STATES for the eastern district of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Mary L. Andrews vs. A, G.
O'Neale, bankrupt— iv bankruptcy.
To whom it may concern.—The undersign! d,
William H. Allderdice, of Richmond Cily, Vir
and Win. L. Lalane, of Essex county, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of tlieir appointment as as
signees of the estate of A. G. O'iNeale, of
county, in said district, who was, 011 the 7th
day of June, A. 1)., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on
ihe petition of Mary L- Andrews, by tho Dn nut
Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, July Bth, 1871.
WILLIAM 11. ALDERDICE
and W. L. LATANE, Assignees.
jy 10—M3w

11. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
I UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the matter of W. C. Constable bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
Sydney Smith and J.H. Barlow, Jr., of the city
of Williamsburg, hereby gives noi Ice of their ap
pointment as trustees 'of ih v estate ot W. c
Constable of Williamsburg, in the county of
James city, in said district, who was, lo wit, on
the7lh day of June, IS7I, adjudged a bankllipt
upon the petition of his creditors by the Disirict
Court of said District.
Dated at Williamsburg, the loth day of July,
1871. S. SMITH,
J. H. HARLOW, Jn.
jy I.—W3w Trustees.
aWKKT rii.\LVHi:.\TF
(OLD HD SWEET,)
I will be opened for the reception of visions on the j
1 l.'ith of this month.
Board, $B per day ; $60 per month
THOS.KINNIKEY,
TTTHITK M l.l'HMt M'KIV.S.
These Springs, famous for their alterative wa
tors and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the Ist of JUNE. They afford accommodation
| for 2,000 persons.
The Springs are 2 1.1)0 feet above tide-water, and
the climate in which they are situated Is always
OOOL aud INVIGORATING, atlording entire
j relief from prostrating summer heat.
Professor Kosenberger's excellent band will 1m»
iv attendance, to enliven the lawns and ball-room.
Masquerade and fancy balls during the sea>H>u,
BS heretofore.
An extensive livery will Im* kept at very mode
rate charges.
Cuarukw—#. ]M»r day and #75 par month ot
thirty day- 1 *; children under ten years of age, and
colored servants, half prion; while servants, ac
cording lo accommodations.
Ti|OUNTAUS-TOI» HOT IJ 1,.
This desirable and beautiful summer resort, I
-iluatedoii the summit of ths Illue Hidge Moun
tain, on ibe line of the <.'hesa]>eake ami Ohio rail
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I OfnOß, f SOUTH fBBMBIKK STRKKT
| From liis extensive j>r..elice iti (he great KOkDl
tals nl' Etut)|H* and the lint in this country. \i/:
England, France, Philadelphia and efaewtH-te,
mil otter the inns! certain, speedy gad ett'cetual
remedy in tin' worlil lor
IHSKASKS OK ]MPUIM»KN('K
Weakness of (he Hack or Ijmhs, Sti ictures,
Athctinus of iho Kidneys and Hluddur, Involun
tary Discharges, lnir>otencv, General Hebility,
Nervousness, Dvsiwpsui, languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas Palpitation of Hip Heart,
Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Night or
or Giddiness, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Now*
or Skin, Affection of the Lungs, Stomach or How
els—those terrible disorders arising from the Sol
itary Habits of Youth —thoM WOffVl and solitary
practices more fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrens to the Mariner of ITITHM, blighting
their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, ren
dering marriages, &c. Impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
Especially, who have become the victims ot
Solitude Vice, that dreadful aud destructive habit
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
thousand* OfYoong Men ol ihe most exalted
talent and hrilliant intellect, who might others Ise
havi' eutrauced listening Senate;* wilh Ihe Ihun
ers of eloquence, or waked to eeslacy the living
yree, may tall wilh full confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
lurriage, being aware of physical weakie
anic debilities, deformation, he., speedily enred
He who places himself under Ihe care of Dr. J.
lay religiously confide on his honor as v
entli'inan and confidently rely upon his .-kill Hi a
byslciaa.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
Immediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dread fid disease — which render- lift mite
ible and marriage [mpOSsible-—is the penalty
Kid by ihe victims of improper indulgence-,
ouug persons are too apt to commit excet.se.)
rom .not being aware of the dreadful COOM
uences that may ensue. Now, who that under*
Uiuds Ihe subject will pretßttd to . buy that the
lower of procreation is lost sooner by tho.-e bill
ng into improper habits Ihan by the prudcut?
B being deprived of Lbs pleasures «,t
oti'spriug, the most seriousand destroc
ptotn* to both body and mind arise. The
lecoines deranged, ihe physical aud men*
ions weakened, lorn oi procreaUre pow
r, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
ie heart, Indigestion, constitutional debility, a
asiing of the frame, coughs, consumption, dc
iv and death.
A (JUKE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS
Persons ruined iv health by unlearned prcieu-
V who keep them Hilling month after iiionib,
iking poisonous and injurious compounds, sbOQM
l-ply inimediatelv.
DB. JOHNSTON,
leinberol' the Royal College of Surgeons, I_oi.
on, graduate from one of the most eminentOot- i
■gi*s in the United Stales, mid the greater |>art
f whose life has been spent in the hospitals of
joudoii, Paris, Philadelphia, aud elsewhere, ha
fecled some of the most astonishing cares
hat were ever known ; many troubled with ring
g in Ihe head ami ears when asleep, great
Krvousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
sbfulness, with frequent blushing, attended
mietimes with a derangement of the mind, were
ired immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injuri'il
lemselves by improper iudulgeneies and solita
y habits, which ruin both body and mind, nulli
ng them for either business, stndy, soci.-ty, or
iurriag.o
These are some of the sad and melancholy ef
iCtS produced by early habits of youth, viz:
'eakness of the Hack and Limbs. Pains in the
cad, Dimness of Sight, J_.oss of Muscular Pow
r, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous
rritabllity, Derangement of the Digestive Fune
ons, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumj>-
MENTAELY.
The fearful effects oh the mind are much to be
readed. Eoss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
lepressiou of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
o Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid
ity, &c, are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of rill ages can now judge
what is the cause of their declining lu-al lb, 100- Inn
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, ami
emaciated, having a singular appearance about
the eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption.
YOUNG MEN
who have injured themselves hy a certain prac- j
lice indulged in when alone —a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, the i
effects of which are nightly felt, even when
avlcep, and, If not cured, renders marriage im
possible, and destroys both mind and body—
should apply immediately.
What a pity Unit a young man, the hoiie of his I
country, the pride of his parents, should be
Matched from all prospects and enjoyments ol
life by the consequence of deviating from the
Kith of natnre and indulging iv a certain Beerel
labit. Such persons, uvst. before conicmpla
ag
MARTUAGE,
fleet that a sound mind and body are the nio-t
ecvssary requisites to promote connubial hapi- j
Mt indeed, without these, the journey through
ife becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
lonrly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
tadowed with despair and tilled with the mel
ancholy reflection that the happiness of another
•comes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of I
ensure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this \
MUnfnl disease, it too often happens that an ill
imed sense of shame or dread of discovery do- I
rs him from applying to those, who, irom'edu
ation and lability, can alono befriend him.
tie falls into the hands of ignorant, aud designing
pretenders, wiio, incapable of curing, filch his
lecuniary substance, beep him trilling month
ter mouth, or as long as the smallest fee can be
blamed.and wilh despair leave him with ruined
lealth lo sigh over his galling disappointment, or
' the use of that deadly jKiison Mercury, hasten
ie constitutional symptons of the terrible dis
use, such sis A Heel ion of the Head, Throat,
MO. Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid- j
ly till death puis a period lo his drvadful sutler
ng by sending him to that undiscovered country
om whose" bourne no traveller returns.
To siu.il, therefore, Dr. Johnston otters the most
■rtain, speedy, pleasant aud effectual remedy iv
c world.
>FFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
.eft hand side going from Baltimore street, a few f
oors from the corner. Fail not to observe the
me and number.
JHg'N<> letters received unless post-paid and
Containing a Stamp to be used od the reply. Per
sons writing should state age, anff send portion
of advertis'-ment describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing and
nrthlnss imjtostcrs advertising themsWves a- J
lysiclans, trilling with and ruining the health I
all who unfortunately fall into their power,
at Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say es-
H-cially to those unacquainted with his reputa
ion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always
i;iug in bIS ollice.
ENDORSEMENT OP THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution
[thin the'hist eighteen years, and the uunie
os Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
on, witnessed by the reporters Of the "Sun
rl many other papers, notice of which appeared
alu aud again before the public, besides bi> I
mding as a gentleman of character and respon
jilitv. Is a sidlictcient guarantee to the atlliri.-d
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I ]>■• 11. 1(l\l> AMI DANVILLE KAII.ROA
JCV On antl after July 2. th, 1871,
GOING WEST:
Trnin No. 12 (Through Passenger) leaves Ri
in..ml daily (except Sunday) at 4:ir. A. M : lea
Danville al 11:03 A.M.; arrives at Greensboro
! I:M P. M.
Train .\e. I. (Lv nehbnrg Passenger) |ea\
Richmond daily al 9:18 A. M.; arrives at Lyn.
Imrgal s P. M.
I.a in No. IS (Lynchburg Kreight and Acco
j modatlon) leaves Richmond at ftios I*. M-, unit
at Lynchburg al 4 A. M., (Sundays excepted.)
Train No. II (Through Mail.-md Express)leav
Richmond daily al 2:4<i P. M.; leaves Danvt
daily at 10:44 P. M.; arrives al Greensboro' da
at 1:12 A.M.
GOING EAST:
Trnin \o. 14 (Through Mail and Express
. leaves Greensboro' dally al T.'.il P. M.; MSI
I i.iii v ille daily at 10:121*. M.; arrives al Rtehmo
I daily at ..14 A. M.
) Train No. II (Through Passenger) leaves Greei
horo' daily (except Sundays) at 11:00 A. M.l.nv
j llanvilleat 1:27 P.M.; arrives alßichinond at s:
Trnin IVo.' 10 (Lvnchbitrg Passenger) teen
Lynchburg daily at . :.'ltl A. M.; leaves Burk.v i
|ai IP. My arrives al Richmond al 4 I*. M.
Train No. _ (Lvncliburg Krclghl and Aceoi
niodaiiou) leaves I.ynehburg at 10:10 P M.; a
i iv*-- :n Richmond At 0:41 A. M., (Sundays c
Train-No.--. _ and |] connect at Greenshoi
with Trains tin North Carolina railroad for a
points South.
Trains Nos. (I nnd 1:1 connect at Burkeville wilh
Train on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railro.i.l
lor all points Southwest an.l South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all iKiiuis Souih and
j Southwest can be proeltrcd at the ticket other in
I Richmond, and of R. K. WALKER, Agent ..I Ai
, 1.-miie, Mississippi anil Ohio railroad, No. 1891
Main street, Richmond
Papers that have arrangements lo advertise the
I schedule of (his company will please print as
als.ve. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Tirkei and Freight Agent.
T. M. R. Tai.coti', Eug'r and Sup'l. jy 29
SUMMER AIIRANiiEMENT.
: SCHEDULE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC! ROUTE, GOING
' "INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, ls7l.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, corner I
Byrd and Eighth streets, as follows :
The DAY TRAIN dally at 8:20 A. M. Arrives
in Washington at 18:18, Baltimore (except on
Sundays) at 2:lfi, Philadelphia at -la, and New
York :,t 10:90 P. M. THE SAME DAY.
The NIGHT TRAIN daily (except on Sunday;)
at s 1., |'. JVI.
The DAY TRAIN arrives iv Richmond at 2:17 I
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives in Richmond
i Mondays excepted at. 8:80 A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil
ford leaves Broad-sired. Depot daily (Snndaj
excepted) al 4:80 P.M. Arrives in Richmond al
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Riehmoud on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS al HAS P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAG E checks to all the principal points iv ih.-
North. Easl and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
Eighth slrecls.
TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eiglnh
Ml.'lis.
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
E. T. 1). Mvera. General Superintendent.
Rll HMIINII ANII YoilK RIVEK RAIIKOAO, )
SI'CESINTE.-IIENT S OFFICE,
Richmond. Va., July 98th, i.,71. 1
/- lIIANOE OF SIHI.IHJH..
!er this date, until further notice,
only I hive boats a week for Balli
l'lin as follows :
-IN will leave Richmond for West
t :t P. Mm (except Sundays,) connec
■silays, 'Thursdays antl Saturdays
Baltimore,
es Baltimore on Mondays, Wednes
la.vs, connecting at West Point with
■am which leaves West Point daily
ay) at9A.M., arriving in Richmond
TRAIN WITH PASSENGER
CAR ATTACHED,
chmond on Tuesdays, Thiir.davs,
s at 4 A. M; arrive at Wesl Point
leaving West Poini at 1 I*. M., ar- I
lmondat 4:30 P. M.
ng by Ihis roitle get. a gootl night's
comfortable boats, Willi tables mi- I
any, and arrive iv Baltimore in
hern and Western trains.
Richmond lo Baltimore, ik'i.o..
tills of Lading given lo all potato
.null. Freights received daily and
ii.r Saturday, July lsi, ROUND
ITS TO WEST POINT on Mail
o go down on SATURDAYS and
ION DAYS, at 41.60.
ER TRAIN will leave Richmond .le
ys al 7 A. M.; returning, will leave
i ■'. I". H., arriving in Uichnond at 7
ound trip. In Ibis way iwrsons may
i water Bathing at. West Point.
uses are lilted up.
s are open for the accommodal ion of
i.-i-.-iie rates.
WM. N. BRAGG, Sup'l.
.ASSENdI.K ROUTE
HETVVEEN
ICHMOND AND THE
UTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
VIA
i MISSISSIPPI ANI) OHIO R. R.
) TRAINS (EVERY DAY.
Passenger Rente is composed of the
i.i ll'iuvdle railroad, Allanlie, iUis-
Obio railroad, Easl Tennessee ami
oad, East Tennessee and Georgia
In ille and Chattanooga eailroiul,
s and Charleston railroad and their
Passenger trains leave Richmond
.'i-lo.k a. m. an.l 6:00 o'clock p. m.,
M connections throughout lo
nil all stations on A., M and Ohio
.ixville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
impbis, New-Orleans, Chattanooga,
on, VToksbnrg, Mobile, Daltoil, At-
Selma, Macon, Columbus and All
and Southwest, Nashville, Coltiin
, Cairo St. Louis and all potato
irth west.
kets gootl until need
•eked through,
t'gant sleeping cars on all night
[-bouses, and ample lime for meals,
lliau by any other route.
Information, apply at the oin.ee of
anil Tennei.se Air-Line Railway,
■et, or at lhe ollice of the Richmond
railroad.
R. I. WALKER.
Agent.
ALEXANDRIA AND VI AN AN
NAS UA ILKt )All.
T Sunday, January 2.1, 1871, one
er train will rim between WASII
d LYNCHBURG, ~„ eting at
wilh the Chesapeake ami Ohio
i.-hmouil, Slaiintou and (he Virgin
it Lynchburg lor Ibe West and
i.i at Washington, to the North and
liiigton daily at a-.S:, a. lii.and Alex
in., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:00
hblllg at 8:26 a. in., arrive at Alex
p. in., and at Washinglon al. (J:I8
LSSAS LINE leave Wasliingti.ti
ag Sunday) at l(i::uiam; leave' Al
:2tla. in., pass Strasburg at 4.2tl
ive at Harrisburg at 7 p. iv.
cave Harrisburg at .::ill a. iv : puss
!).'_.. a. m., arrive at Alexandria at
at Washington in time for connect- I
p. in. I rain bern Washington toßal
lOikras, by comfortable coaches, are
'fox Court House fi'tni Kairfax sla
lleburg from Plains; to Ilp)icrvi|le
it, and to Staunton fiom llarri.oil
eping ears are run daily between
I Lynchburg, witheut change.
through between Baltimore ard
voiding the Inconvenience of trans
gton.
rkeis and baggage cheeked lo all
hits. J. M. BROADUS,
General Ticket Agent.
iTON AND OHIO RAILROAD.
- daily (except Sundays) belween
lexauiiria and Hamilton.
laiidiia al. 8:4t) A. M. and S P M
Hilton at lir.as A. M. and 7:9 ap. M.
ton at. 8:80 A. M. and 121.', P. M.
xiiiidi ia ut sain A. M. and 9:88 P. M.
M. train from Alexandria and 12:10
oni Hamilton,connect at Hamilton
Daily Line of Coaches for Purcell
-ville, lierryvillf ami Winchester; I
anier's Line ot I '..a.-hes, which leave I
ly for Aldie and Middleburg.
■keis, sixty dollars; commutation
|is) at 2>o cenls per utile
General Ticket Agent.
DAL I lIAVIIII.K.
111! YOUNG MEN, ou great so
.S and ABUSES, which Interfere I
wuh MARRIAGE—with sure means of reiiet foi
ihe erring and unfortunate, diseased and deblb
toted. Sent free ol'ehargc iv sealed envelope.
Address Howard association, n.. . s
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. my 11—Km
/ vl ll PAPERS.-iv uuy qeauliiy .for sateT
* / Tips office '
RAILROADS
/ UOMRiH \xn omio it \n.no tn.
I» On and after THURSDAY, June l«t. PASSEN
GER TRAINS leave Riehmon.l (Sundays ex
cept.vll as tollows :
i I-M A. M.— MAIL TRAIN for While Sulphur
s Springs connecting ai Qordonsville wilh Orange,
i Alexandria and Manassas train for Washington
and Norib, and Lynchburg aud South
s 9:3- P. M—ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
Gordon-Mile, except ..u Saturday, on which tiny
ll leaves at sP. M. This train connects at Gor
ilonsville wilh night Iniins on 0., A. k M. rail
k road lor Lynchburg and Washington.
tin an.l after the IMb of JUNE a PAssEN
- GER TRAIN will run dally (except Sundays) In
» tween Staunton and the While Sulphur, as fob
r lows :
Leave Statu m s i.-, A. M , arrive at Wliile
Sulphur at 1:32 P. M ; leave While Sulphur al
I 2:1.. P. M., arrive at Staunton al 7 .4 I. M
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at tow rates lo
I all points North, Weal and Southwest.
Further information may be obtained ai the
company's ollice.
1 No Passenger Train, are run on Sundays
■ A. 11. PERSY.
General Superintendent.
1 Jakes F. Netheri.a.vii,
' General Ticket Agenl. je |
STEAMSHIPS
ttllA.Mil; OF SI HEUILI.. iJU2__T ,
/ FOB NORFOLK, JAMES AN I l3S*E£___L
CHIC'KAHOMINY RIVERS.
On and after TUEBADY, July l.stlt, the fast
and elegant side-wheel steamer PALISADE,
Captain Chas. Nklsos, will leave her wharf,
Powhatan Steamboat Commun's shed at
Rocketts, al SM A. M. for Norfolk on TUES
DAYS and SATURDAYS. Reluming, will
hare Norfolk on WEDNESDAYS and MON
DAYS, al f1.30 A. M , touching at King's Mill ami
drove Wharf, and all regular landings, going
and returning.
Will leave her wharl at Koclielt- lor Biim's on
Chickahominy, THURSDAYS at ...:!ll A M
connecting at Cily Point with the 7 o'clock Main
Irom Petersburg, loucliing at all the regular
landings 011 James river dowtt to Dillai.l -
Wharl, ami all regular landings 011 Chiokaliomi
ny. Returning, will leave Sinn's on FRIDAYS
al ..'.II o'clock A.M.
Freight received at all hours lor Norfolk and
wiry landings 011 .lames River.
Freight tor Chickahominy receised only on
Wednesdays.
All freights lo way landing must be prepaid.
Fare to Norfolk, *_.
Excursion tick, is to Norfolk and return, *::
For ftartber particulars, apply 10 Captain ou
board, or lo GEORG L. OURRIK, Agent.
At Oi'itiuK k Oo.'a. corner 18th ami Gary
streets. j v in—:tm.'
T.IIIK NEW YORK.--OLD DO- fi If—
T MINION STEAMSHIP COM- _sifctS,
I'ANY. " '*"*" ■ '"
The splendid new side.wheel Steamships
ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA
HATTERAS and NIAGARA have New York
Norfolk, City I'oini anil Richmond every TUES
DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1
•'clock P. M.
These ships arc entirely new, and were built
expressly tor this route.
They have splendid saloons and slale-rooiiis,
and ihe accommodations and attention are on.
pa.-.-cd.
Goods shipped by this line are landed regu
larly at New York, 011 the Company's covered
pier, :i7 North river, within forty-eight hours.
Insurance etfectcd when ordered, at a wcaii-
I'lli Ot one r1: v cent, at the ollice of Ibis eoill
pan.v.
Freights for points beyond New York forwardi _
wilh dispatch, and no charge made, execept ac
tual expenses incurred.
fc£ ' Kor further information apply lo
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
,ja I—tf No. 3 Governor street.
IKUI.MA M LA. IMIIP AND -£->*••
PACKET COMPANY". __eJ«S__.
The steamship George b. UPTON leaves
New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
every TwESDAY.
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leave.•'
New York every TUESDAY; leave- Richmond
every FRIDAY.
Freight received doily.
Close connections made wilh steamer* for all
Southern antl Eastern porta.
D. .1. BURR, President,
Washington i Co., Agents, Richmond, \a.
Pier 12 North river. New York. apt
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OF
SUCCES SX U L A 111' ERTI SE R S
book ok 100 pages sent post
free kor m cents.
G. P. ROWELL k CO., Advertising Agents.
41 Park Row. New York.
k LADY OK VIKUIMA,
Who has had II ye years' experience in teaching,
desires an engagement lo lastraci iv ihe usual
English Branches, French, Music, and Wax
Work. Address, enclosing terms and references,
A. B. (,'., New Glasgow, Amherst county, Va.
I I J. savers!,
— DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
FKANKI.IN, PA.
Buys and sells improved aud unimproved lands
any where in ihe Umied Stales.
Voi-NTS wAnTIU- FOR THK
TRANSMISSION OK LIKE.
Ceif-MMII ON THE N.ITITIi: AM. Hv.llli.Vi: OK THE
Mas, ri.ixK Ki.Nciiox. By llu. Nai.ieis, author
ol "The Physical Lif, ~/' 11,,,,,,,,.'- n relates lo
Ihe malt tax; i full ol new facts; delicate but
outspoken; practical and popular; highly en
dorsed; sell.- rapidly. Sold In siibseripliou only
Exclusive territory. Terms liberal. Price W—
Ad.lr. ss foi-ionliul.-, iie...1.t1. KEROUS* CO
Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa.
NEW SEED WHEAT, of 111,1.1 |.r<..| l iellve
and best kinds. X-,„//,„■ Detcrlptiv. Prtaetl
List. 4-lh. packages hy moil, poslp.iiti, to any
P.O. E. .1. EVANS k CO., Nuiseyineii and
Seedsmen, York, Ra.
WAIMTEU_fc.trIUU.OOO |in i„ l, B | mr „,
their hoin.-s, or travel part or all 1.1 Un
tune. Will send a sample free lo continence work
wilh. M. M. TILTON, Pittsburg, Penusylva
nia.
* OBNTS, READ THIS!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF
*->U PER WEEK and Expenses, or allow a largo
tt.iiiiuissiou to sell our new and wonderful on en
lions. Address M. WAGNER k CO., Marshall
Mich. '
WANTED- Louk Here ! I'l-ulilulilc employ
ment furnished every man willing io work
111 his own neighborhood ; (110 lazy persons waul
ed.) Profits over 21m per cent. En.lose*! for
samples and paiiii-nlai. . 5 .,,,. s rapid. .It.NES
AiMETZGAR, Plttslmrg, 1-;,. W*
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSAL* IOH 1. I 111 111:1: A PH ED
I CHECKS.
Di:CAUI'.MENT or THE I.V I Elliott, t
I'll. 1,,N 01-EI.E, '
YV'asiumiton, D. C.. Augusl :I, ls',l. )
SEALED PROPOSALS will be reccividll'
Uo. ollice until the Ist of September (pro. imi)
lor eight hundred IhoiisainKsoii.iiiiii) Llthogr. phej
Checks, foe the use of Ille various Pension Ageil
cies (lUty-niiie in uiuiiherj lor ihe year Is:..
Samples van be seen :l i this office, or ut an
United Stairs Pension Ag v.
Each bid mid be accompanied to a Written
guarantee, signed by ihe bidder, wiih two com
peleiil sun ties, lhat Ihe bidder is engaged in the
business of lithographing, and has t|„. requisite
faciliiies for the performance of thecoutrad for
which ihe bid is iiiade in a salislaelory manner.
The proposal and guarantee should be supei -
scribed with the place of residence of the signers
and the jiroper dale.
The right to reject any and all la.is that mas
1 Ilereil is reserved. J. 11. BAKER,
an In—2awtSl Commissioner of Pensions.
UUAKTEltYl.tvri.ll'.S OFFICE, V. S, A.,
Piiii.Ai.Ei.piiiA, Pa., August '2, is7i.
SEALED PROPOSALS iv triplicate will be
n cfived ai ibis olh.e mini i-j o'clock M , ou SAT
URDAY, September id, 1871, lor building a stone
or brick wall aud iron railing, wilh one double
and 011 c tingle iron gale, around the Salisbury (N .
1 ' I National Cemetery.
Bidders w ill be re.por.-d 1,, sjk'. ity the price pei
linear foot, and uo bid will be entertained that
does noi conform to this iv,puiviiienl.
Th.- rubbish resulting from the excavation for
the wall 10 be removed front the ground ol the
coinelcrv al Ihe expense of the successful bidder.
Plans and blank tonus for bids will be furnish
ed upon application 10 the undersigned.
HENRY C. HoDGKS,
Major and Quartermaster V. s. Army,
an s—tit
ri .O PIPE POUNDERS.
OeFIiK WaSUIMIT.... A'tlll'l'-T, t
Wa-.hi. ..ton, July -.it, 1871. v.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by
the iindersigneti uiilii 1-J o'clock M.. on Ihe 1..111
day of August, 1871, for the delivery inihelii-
trict of Columbia, of nine millions Ui.ullO.OOO) of
IHiunds of 36-ihch cast iron Water Pipe, stop
cocks and S|iecial Castings. The entire quantity
of pipe is divided into four lois, and proposals
Will be received for Ille whole or a less lllunlH-r
of lots. No proposals for Pipes, Special Casting-.
... stop Cocks will be received except in the prin
ted forms, which, with circulars, spc. iihauoic,
plans, forms of coutracl, and any desired iulor
inaii.iu, can be had on application In penonor
1.1 letter to GEORGI-H. ELLIOTT,
Major ol Engineer-, U S. A ,
Chief Engineer Washington Aqueduct.
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