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WEDNESDAY EVKN'G, AUG. 30,1571.
Annua! Meeting «l' the Wooriiawn Formers*
I luti, of Mount Vernon Township, I'nirl'av
loiniiy. Va.
To the Editor of ihe State Journal :
The club met, pursuant to adjournment,
on tho grounds of Daniel P. Smith, Esq.,
August 27th, 1871. President Gillingham
in tho chair. The minutes of the last
meeting were read and, after being amended,
approved.
At roll call eighteen meniliers were pre
sent.
The "Critical Committee," alter examin
ing tho premises of our host, reported—
"We find the young clover looking quite
well, considering the drought it has had to
endure. Corn next to the road is not look
ing as well as that farther hack. The pas
ture field", which has been in grass for seven
years and afforded yearly a great deal of
feed, lias become somewhat overrun with
briars and bushes (mostly the former);
for these your committee would recom
mend extermination, by cutting this month
and plowing this fall for corn next year.
We would also recommend the imme
diate cutting of all briars and bushes in
the piece of new ground.
"We found a small, but thrifty young
orchard of peach and apple, and planted in
corn, which is looking very fine, being
planted quite late. In passing over the
premises, we find some little difficulty in
getting through tho bars. We would sur
liest that gates be put where the bars are
mostly used. We notice considerable post
and slat fence, but think there are not slats
enough on to keep out his neighbors' hogs,
but presume this is owing to the scarcity
of timber on his farm.
"The stock all looking well, especially
the swine, which includes a very fine sow,
with throe shoats to correspond. The
Ituildings all nearly new, and in good
.order—not over large, but well built'and
convenient. The recent painting of the
luitisc is a good idea, and we presume he
will follow it by white-washing all of the
out-buildings, thereby improving the ap
pearance awl enhancing the value of the
place."
Moved and carried that the reports of
standing committees be laid over until next
meeting.
The election of officers being in order,- it
wits moved that the present officers be con
tinued for the ensuing year; carried. They
are as follows : Chalkley Gillingham,
president; T. Shepherd Wright, secretary ;
Walter 11. Cox, assistant secretary ; and
Viotbert F. Roberts, treasurer.
Moved that the secretary be authorized
to «dd to the list of delegatus to the Pomo
logieal fair any names of members of this
club that choose to attend, and furnish the
delegation with proper credentials.
A formal announcement, was made that
the wife of our brother member, Charles
tßallinger, was deceased. On motion, a
committee of three was appointed to witli
4r»iv and prepare suitable resolutions, ex
pressing the heartfelt sympathy of this club
for our bereaved brother member. The
chair appointed Messrs. 11. F. Roberts, N.
H. Pierson, and Theron Thompson. "While
.the above named committee were out the
<chib took a short recess. Order being re
uttored, It. F. Roberts, alter making some
Wf~ appropriate and touching allusions to
tt'he deceased, on behalf of the committee,
reported the following preamble and reso-
IWtion :
Wiikiieas, The meintten of the "Woodlawit l-'ar
nvn . Cluh have learned with deep regret of the
deeexee of the wife of our fellow-member, Chas.
lill 1111,,' er —
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with him
iv his great bereavement, and as a mark of our
;sympathy and respect, tiiat we will, as a body,
.attend the funeral of the deceased.
The report was received, and resolution
approved.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned
ite official sitting, but were pleasantly and
profitably entertained, for about an hour :
first with a speech from Col. D.jS. Curtiss of
Washington, I). C, which was followed by
an address, written by Wm. Hunter, Esq.,
but owing to the indisposition of the author,
was read by the secretary of the Club.
Next meeting of the club held at Stacy H.
Snowdcn's, September 23rd. IS7I.
T. S. Wrkiht, See'y,
i.eii.-ial Sherman's Opiiiiung.
A correSil'Oudent of the New York Com*
vtercM AiU>e>'fii er caught General Sherman
unawares at Sal Jtoga, and elicited from him
his opinions on various political questions.
We copy the following extract from tlie re
porters account of the interview :
"I see Parker has resigned,"
"Yes ; we've liad so many di»lwn«st com
missioners that Congress resolved in *U>\>
the frauds, and they corked up the liaiiftii j
bureau so tight that poor Parker had no- ;
ithing to do but now and then sign his name
;and frank envelopes for the department."
"They say he is rich."
■".Not a bit of it," said the general, in
«ii">nanily. Parker has never made one
cent out i>f his office. His record is as pure
as snow.
"Your friend.! were a little disappointed
when you refused' to have your name used
Presidentially," I remarked.
"No, not my friemfc. They want me to
stay where 1 am. General of the army for
life is better than President. Grant regrets
that he ever left the .'innv now, and so do I,
except that he has doiie <S>od vvi»'l< W
President."
"Do you think it policy to elect Giant j
sigain?"
■".Of course I do. Why not? He kn.'WS
the rones now—he has become acquainted
with the duties —acquainted with thousands
of public men, and ten thousand good-for
nothing White House bummers who would
do nothing but hara-ss a new President tor
the first year. He has just got where he
can tell a good man (d sight. Humbug
men always get the best credentials ; every
Congressman signs their recommendation
at sight, and many of them deceive a new
President. These party frauds are now
pretty much played out, and Grant is en
abled to deal squarely with true men. Ex
perience and acquaintance is the stock in
trade of a good President."
"Who will run in '72 ?" |
"There's no question in my mi—d," said
ithe general, enthusiastically. "I'll bet on
Grant against the field—two to one."
"Who will run against him V"
"There won't anybody run; but, not be
ing a politician, I can't guess for a moment
who will "be nominated."
"Hancock?"
"Well, he may beteinpted to run. Han
cock, you know, dislikes Grant personally,
and it would be an immense triumph for
him to get where he could rank him. —
Grant never showed any dislike to Han
cock. He went more than half-way U>
conciliate him more than a year ago ; but
there is a clique in Washington, a social
clique, which manipulates Hancock and
keeps up the feud. Women have more to
do with it than men."
"What do you think of the lvu-Ivlux
.bill ?"
" Good bill, sir! It has already stopped
■a good many outrages. The fact that the
President has power to send troops into
any State to quell disturbances, in its, It', is
enough to frighten the disturbers of the
public peace."
" But John Quincy Adams says the bill
'is an absolute surrender of the principle
of free government —placing in the Presi
dent's hands the power, through that ami
the election bill, to raise himself to the
empire.' "
"All stuff! How ridiculous to talk
about a 'man raising himself to the empire'
iii this country! Sucli a man, after de
claring for the empire, might hold a regi
ment of soldiers in the White-House yard
for just one day, and then the people would
put him in the Potomac river. \Y hy, they
shut up Napoleon at Strashourg, and
ducked him in tho sea at Boulogne for just
such nonsense."
'.'Adams calls tho Ku-Klux hill Grant's
negro policy." I remarked.
"All humbug again! It is simply a law
making it possible to arrest and disperse
unlawful gangs of rascals, black or white,
in any of the Southern Slates —to imprison
them, and try and punish them, (irant
don't have anynegro, nor German nor Irish
policy. His policy is to protect all citizens;
remain at peace, economize and try and
pay the debt. All this stuH'and talk about
imperialism in America is a libel on the
good sense of the people, and Adams ought
to have too much good sense to talk such
foolishness."
I v. '1 —J I I "I. „
MRS. E. I*. DANIEES' "
STOOKINd SUSPENDER AND PROTECTOR °
COMBINED, FOR r-ADIKS, *
AND SUSPENDER FOR OHH..DREN.
Fust-v-netl and Adjustpd with llurklcs* thus dolnu
away with all I.'mature*., Hntfons and
If niton-Hole*-. Hooka and Pins. 1
tl
I* Ilio only article thug combined, fastened and n
ndjiisted, for thi.s pnfpOfc- in the market. AU im
ilations are infringement* on the patent granted
A ml: mm _Ath, ISM, and -Aill he po treated by Mrs, a
Daniels' counsel. o
r
Thin article need* no recmnmendrfton. for it re*
cmnmewlx itself to e.cenj laity who Keen it, being the v
most simple, etoiihj atljusteit, aiul prefect fir itx ukc t
ever Introduced into the. markit. d
II
AI) physicians recommend ils use, and one i
wliiw name is known und respected ou Ihmli sides \<
of tlift ocean, buys and giveaway large uumbers (
of them to his patients, declaring; that most var- j
icosc veins, weak and crippled limbs can be traced p
directly to the stopping of the emulation in the
lower limbs, (and consequently |n the whole sys- 1:
tern,) caused by the old ligature or gaiter.
Ii
made entirely of elastic It never etrtllgfl i
or wrinkles like is as Hat and biuoolb a
after wearing for mouths as when Hist used, and t
yields with every motion, thus giving entire eatse j
to tbe wearer. i
t
THE PROTECTOR AJ-ONE IS WORTH THE
PRIO'E OF THE WHOI.E ARTICEE. t
11
It is unnecessary to remove theitOcUnga from g
the suspender except to change, and it is really li
less trouble thau the old fashioned elastic. It p
ki'i'p-s the stoekintf]H'ii'eelly smooth without tear- n
m;: it, and docs noi injure the limb. < lore should i
be taken that the whole article is large enough i
not lo feel uncomfortable. *
ti
All orders or inquiries should be addressed to t
HERBERT DANIELS, I
ii.i Clarendon street, Boston, Mass. c
au li;~ri&wU __ 'j_
MARSHALS |
868—Admiral tf.
UNITED STATES OF AMEKHIA— I
District of Virginia, **.'
Tlin Qallego Mill* M;iuiil'iiii'tui'inir Company vs.
tlie scliooner "Uunvdui'," In .'uliiliralLy, in :i
cause of contract.
Whc nttit, a libel lias tici-n illed in thfi llistrict .
Conrl of tlie United States lor tlie Eastern Dis- |
—let of Virginia, mi the liiilli of August, 1871. liy
The (lalleiio Mills Manufacturing Company, n- p
bellant, against the schooner "l.'orredor:"
In a cause of action, civil ami maritime, and ,
praying process may issue against said schooner
"Corredor," her tackle,&c, aud lhat said schoon
er, her tackle, kc, may be condemned and sold
to pay such judgment, with cosUs, charges and
expenses.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the monition y
tinder the seal of the said Court, to me directed i
and delivered, Ido hereby give public notice lo |
all persons claiming the said schooner "Corre- i
dor," her tacklu, kc, or in any manner interested j
therein, that they be, and appear before the said \
llistrict Court, to lie held at the court-room in Hie ,
Custom.House, ill the city of liichmoud, in and i
for the Eastern llistrict of Virginia, on tlm l.'.th >
day of September, 1871, ilt 11 o'clock in the fore
noon of that day, (provided the same shall be a
day of jurisdiction, otherwise, on tho next tkxy of
jurisdiction thereafter,) Ihen and there lo inter- ,
pose their claims and make their allegations in
that behalf.
Hated the 2otll day of August, 1871.
IIAVIDH. FAIUCEH,
U. S. Marshal. J
I'iiiE & MiiKV, Proctors forl.ibelliuit. J
_au av—t<l j
HlS2—.Kev.
DlJ.lfc.l* ) (ill 111 Al THE UNITED 1
STATES furih" EasternDistriet of Virginia. .
To all whom it may concern, (ireetlng; j
Notice is hereby giyen, That, on the lioth day of a
AujEii»t, lbil, two (2) piu'iuw'.s manufactured to- I
baeao, (E 11w.,) on* 11) utu-'hagu fwl*t tobaoco, anil
five (S) empty cigar Gone*, claimed by Wiley C, c
Wyalt, and valued ill lift six (li) )Kiunds twist lo- n
btu.ro, claimed by J. N. 1,, lll.uikenship, valued
al till; five (5) pounds manufactured tobacco,
claimed by J. *'. lirillltli, valued at »2.80; twenty
tbree (331 'pounds manufactured tolmcco, claimed
by .1. K. Kayren, valued at til; seven hundred j
(7lW)'cigars, claimed by John Meniloza, valued at \
&S: three (3) empty liquor barrels, claimeil by j
T. Morrisetl, valued ul tli—wen: seized by the (
Marshal of this United States for said District as
forfeited to Hie use of Ihe Hailed States, and the
same is libeled aud prosecuted in this court in the
name of the United Slates, for condemnation for
|he causes in said liliel set forth, and lhat said
cawta will stand lor trial at tho court-room in the
city U on tlie liilh day of September,
ls7l twit, wl/rti and where—U liersousare wain
eil toapiwiWlK 4WYf (' a " k,f ' w,, y .condemnation.
should mil lie decreed, iipd ty intervene lor their '
interests.
J ,aU.d A ugu.t a -„I S 7., Ayiiiiji>AuKw! {
ail 28-iOt U. S. Marshal, j
TAISYKHT <<»11Kt"< V >E THE UNITED |
1 for the Eastern DUtrlot of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern, arreting:
Notice is hereby fciven, That, on the 12th day
of August, 1871, two ('•) stills, one 1 worm, live
(ti) acres of land and distillery building thereon,
claimed ami owned by Thudileiis A. Kudisel ,vi
Culpeper county, and valued at ♦.TOO, were seized ,
by Hie Marshal of tlie United Klutes for said dis
trict as forfeited to the use of tlie United States, ,
and the same is libeled and pnMMUfed In this ;
Court In the name of tlie Uuilod Slates, for con
demnation for the causes in the said libel set ,
forth, and that said cause will stand l.r trial at ,
the courtroom in Ihe city of Richmond, ou the ,
Ist day of September, 1871, next, when and where ,
•ill persons are warned to appear to show cause (
why condemnation should not be decrei d, and to (
intenene for their Interests. ,
Hated Angust.ilth, .87 A . viintpAui . Ku
au 19—Hit U. S. Marshal.
21is—K ev.
DISTRICT lOUHT OE THE UNITED
STATES for the Eastern District ot \. ir
ginia. „ ~
To all whom it may concern, Ureeling :
Notice is hereby given. That, on the null day
of August, 1871. twelve vials of cologne and ex
tract*, .laiiui'il by Purcell, Oil., valued ill
♦12; sixty-flve (li.T) Ixittles of ls'iluines and pow
ili ,'is, claimed by John W. Rison, viilued al »:m.
i.tmnlortn (17) bottles mustard auiltlfty-llin-e (fig)
bottle* Worcestershire sauce,claimed by Alcmui
der llai 1, valued at titr, eleven (11) lints of ex
tracts potna——l and cologne, claimed by Joseph
Killdevaler, valued at ♦H; twelve (12) Isjlll.s unit
vials of extracts and iKiliunes, claimed by John
R annual, valued at Mo; Blue («) vials aud jars
vi extracts, ikiiuiul.s and hair —il, claimed by
1 invisli Thomiu>,valuedal*7—were wiiseil by the
Mirshal of Hie United Slates fur said District as
lorfeiled to the use of the United Stales, anil l|,e
same is libeled and prosecuted in this court iv Ihe
name of the United Stat**, !"■' condeiniiaiion tor
ihe cause., iii the »ald label set lorth, and lhat
...ml ,:„,„■ v. ill iiiiui.l for trial at ihe court-room
iv the cil y ol Richmond, oil Ihe Ist day ol Sept.,
IBTI, next, when and where all persons are
« ained to appear to show cause why condemna
tion should not be decreed, and to intervene ftir
l lien-interests. •
Haled August 111, 1871.
DAVID H PARKER,
1 null—Hit IJ. S. Marshal.
IIMIi: liEMIINE I.bUIVS mid ulher luc
1 ported Handkerchief Exliacls, Soaps, Pow
ders, Herman Earlna, Cologne, *c.
1.. WAIiNER k CO., llitiggists,
1 Sixth and lli-0.-iC streets
GIFT CONCERT.
$1, 00 0 ,'() 00 .
BY ACTHORITV OF A SPEC IAL ACT OF
the Legislature of Kentucky, of March 13,
1871, the Trustees of the Public Library of Ken
tucky will give a
tl II A N D GIFT CONCERT
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.,
On TUESDAY, October 31, IS7I,
Under the direction of the best, musical talent
100,000 Tickets of Admission, tin each, cttrrrii
cy; half tickets, t*>: quarter tickets, tl! —I.
Each ticket, will consist of four quarters —value.
♦2.60 each. The holder is entitled lo admission
to the Concert and to the amount of gift award
ed to it or its traction. Tickets number from 1 to
100,000.
THE CITIZENS' BANK OF KENTUCKY IS
TREASURER
All moneys arising from the sale of ticket* will t
be deposited with the Citizens' Bank, subject only
to the order of the President and Treasurer of the
Library, countersigned by the Ilusiness Maun- |
ger.
During the Coueei-t, ihe sum of
$uV,0,000 IN (i111:l:\llAChS
Will In' dislribllled by lot to the holders of tickets ,
in the following GUTS, V—: ,
One lira ml Sifter. $1011,000
One e~—*4Sifter. .10,000
OneGiftof ♦20,000 One Gift of tl 1,000
OneGiftof 20,000 OneGiftof 10,000
OneGiftof. lo.non OneGiftof. u.ooo
OneGiftof IN.IKKI OneGiftof s.OOO J
OneGiftof 17,000 OneGiftof. 7,000 '
OneGiftof. 1(1,000 OneGiftof (1,000 '
OneGiftof lfl,iion OneGiftof, ,'i,ooo i
OneGiftof. 1 |,(HN) OneGiftof t.ooo '
OneGiftof. 111,000 OneGiftof. It.tKKI '
OneGiftof 12,000 OneGiftof. 2,000
i
Ten Gifts of |IjtllO each tio.ooo f
Fifteen Gifts of ♦two each 13,M0
Eighteen Gift* of tWOeach 14,.ki0 ■
Twenty (lifts of tit*) each 14,(K10
Twenty-five Gifts of ♦(;(>(> each ... 18,090
Thirty Gifts of t.UKI each Ui.OIKI
Forty Gifts of 1100 each 16,0011 "
Forty-live (lifts of ♦.'WO each 13,800
Fifty Gifts of tSOO each 111,0011 t
44M Gifts of tlin each 44,WH1 I
r
' 721 Gilis in all ♦,T;jn,iK)o t
(
After iiaying all the expenses of the enterprise *,
and making the distribution ot the Gift*, the bal- «
iiii.e of the proceed* arising from the sate of 1
tickets will be appropriated to llie establishment,
of a
FREE I.IHIIARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO BE
CALLED THE
PUBLIC LIIIRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Concert nnd Distribution will take place nn- ,
der the immediate .supervision of the Trustees
mentioned iv Ihe act ofincoi'|Hiration.
The trustees will be assisted by well-known
and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who have c
...nseiited lo be present at ths concert, and tosli
peiiiileiid the drawing and distribution of gifts. .
The holders ol tickets to which gifts are award
ed will be paid on presentation of them or their
traction, Rt Urn oilice in Louisville, Ihe second .
day after drawing aud every business day for «ix
month* thereafter, and may be sent direct or (
through any Hank or Express company for col
lection. All orders accompanied by Drafts, Posl
Oilice Money Orders, or Greenbacks, will be ,
promptly attended to and liekets reinrued by
mail, registered or expressed, as ile.-iiiil. j
Tickets are like Oreenbackß—good only to Hie
holder. .
ftSTHuycrs will Hole thai then, are only one
hundred thousand tickets instead of two hundred
thousand, us in ihe Sun Francisco Gift Concert, ,
and that there is tSo,Qoomore distributed. Isold
that and made the awards iv four mouths and (
paid tlSs.iKto to ticket bolder* from Nov. 2nd to
li'ith, 1870, and turned over t!2,ooo to the Secre
tary due tickets mil presented. ,
It will be particularly noticed that il is a mat
ter Of lmpoSfllbllfty for any one lo know what
numbers draw gills, as.it is'not known what Ihe
gift,ol any number drawn from Ihe lirst wheel will i
be, until the sealed box, with amount of the gilt
plainly prill led, is taken Irom llle olher wheel
and opened iv full view of tlie audience, therefore
the larger gifts may not conic out until towards
the last, or in the middle of the drawing. The
1100,000 gift ill the San Francisco Gift Concert,
under the management of C. it. PETERS, was 1
the 900 th number drawn, and was awarded and
paid to a gentlemanim New Orleans. 721 Gifts
is all thai ran be drawn iv one day. r
sVtrThe Numbers and Gifts ate drawn by blind
children from S to 14 years of age.
The Drawing will be extensively published,
and parties ordering Tickets will have printed j
lists sent them. Parlies forming Clubs and de
siring Information will please address this office.
11 Tickets lor *10(); M Tickets, £35.1; 5(5 Tick-" ■
els, tjwOO; 1 til Tickets, $1000.
The undersigned,lale principal business manager
ot the very suei-essful Mercantile Library Gift
Concert at San Francisco, California, has been ap
pointed agcul and manager of the Gilt Concert '
in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky.
The drawing will take place iv public, and 1
everything will be done to satisfy buyers of
ticket* Hiat their interests will be as well pro
tected as if they personally superintended the ]
entire ali'air.
MANNER OF DRAWING.
Tliere will be two glass wheels. One wheel
will contain 100*000 numbers, plainly printed on
leather tags. The other wheel will contain 721
boxes, each containing a gift. One tag or num
ber will be drawn from tike 100,000 wheel, and the
lirst box drawn from the second or 721 Ixix wheel
will contain a gift, neatly printed and sealed up,
and tlie gift, so drawn from the second wheel will
be the gift of the tag fleet drawn, whether tloo, '
tl.noo, or tloo,ooo, as announced.
I 1,:.ti1 Tickets Disposed «!' iv July.
To insure ticket holders, the public are assured
that it only 2.1,000 tickets are soltl only 2,1,000
numbers go in the large wheel, the 721 Gills i
awarded, but diminished pro rata. In case 80,
--000 tickets only are soltl, only numbers 1 lo 80,000
go in the large'wheel, and the 721 gifts diminished
one-half; and in case only SB,mni liekets are sold
the entire 721 gifts will be paid in full—it being
Intended that no unsold tickets shall participate.
The Manager has already paid into Hie Citizens
Bank 190,000 toward* defraying the expenses, and
does not deiiend on sales of tickets to pay his ex
[M'tises of printing, advertising, kc Tlie public
are invited to tlie utmost scrutiny as to the relia- t
bllity of the entire atlair. 1
Persons desirous of aciing as agents for tho sale
of tickets in any city iv the Uniu-d States or Can
adas, in I. lies
t HAS. R. PETERS, ,
Manager, Louisville, Kr,
OFFICE, 120 Main street, Johnson's Block.
It. T. durrett, President,
W. N. 11A1.UEMAN, Vice President.
M. w. CLUSKY, Secretary.
CITIZENS' HANK, Treasurer,
an 17—eodlm
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I M
TEI) STATES, tot-Ihe 1 lis I rict of Virginia, .
In the matter of A. .1. Lucas, bankrupt—in '
bankruptcy.
Notice is hereby given lllat tl general meeting '
of the creditors of A. .1. Lucas, liankrupl, will be '
held on the Sth day uf September, 1871, at 10
o'clock A M, before 11. O. Gibbons, Esq., regis- '
ter in bankruptcy, at Abingdon, Va., for the pur- '
pose* named in the 271 h and 2sth sections of the
bankrupt act of March 2d, 18(17.
Clli'isiiansburg, Va., August Is, 1871.
C. B -» .1. GARDNER,
111 l 19—S2t Assignees,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern Dislricl of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Williamson Kelly, of liruns
wick, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy.
Eastern District of VUginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given that a general meeting of
the creditors of ihesaid Williamson Kelly, bank
rupt, for the purposeof declaring a dividend, will
be held at. Richmond, at the office of w. W.
Forbes, register In bankruptcy, iv said district,
on Wednesday, the Oth day of Sept., 1871. at 10
o clink A. illi'., In accordance with the provisions
of Hie 27th and 2M.h sections of the bankruptcy
act. of March 2d, ISU7.
Dated at Lawrenceville, Aitgui-I, 1871.
E. R. TURNHULL,
an 24—Th2w Assignee.
— 101—Invol
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF "THE
UNITED STATES lor tbe Eastern District of
Virginia.
In ihe mailer of 11. M. (J.tiurles, Rec'r, vs. W.
S. Griffin, individually, and as one of Hie linn of
L. Harvey k Co., bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 24th day ol August, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to lake notice hereby, thai a petit ion has
been, lowit : on the 24th day ol Aug., 1871, tiled
in said Dislrict Court by W. S. Grilliu, of
—iehiiiond city, iv said district, who lias
lieen heretofore duly declared bankrupt upon
Ihe pe'ilioili of his creditors under the ml
of Congress entitled "Au act to establish a more
iiuilorin system of bankruptcy throughout the
United Slates," approved March 2d, 1887, for a
discharge nnd certilieatc thereof, from all his
debis and other claims provable under said act,
asm that tlie (jtliday of Septem'r, 1871, at mo'clk
A. M., before W, W. Forbes, one of the Registers
of said court iv bankruptcy, at lus oilice in Rich
mond, In said district, is Hie lime and place as
\ signed for Ihe hearing ol the same; when ami
where you may attend ami show cause, if any
you have, why Hie prayer ol tbe said petition
should not he granted.
You are also hereby notified, that —le SOOOnd
ami third meetings of the creditor* Of the said
bankrupt will lw held at ihe same time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register iv Bankruptcy for
■ an 2S—Msw 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
HATPIN- PAI'ER may be hud al this
OFFICE.
SUMMER RESORTS.
SW EET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
(OLD RED SWEET,)
ALLEGHANY COUNTY, VA ,
will be opened for t>.e reception of visitors on the
IMb of this month.
Board, *:* per day; *0O per month.
THOS. KINNIREY,
je 28—2w Proprietor.
■TO-IUTH SULPHUR SPRINGS. I
OREENnRIER, WEST YIROIN-A.
These Springs, famous for their alterative wa- j
ters and fashionable jwUronage, will be open on 1
the Ist of JUNE. They afford accommodation 1
for 2,000 persons. <
The Springs are 2.000 feet above tide-water, and '
the climate in which they are situated in always <
COOL and INYIOORATING, affording entire <
relief from prostrating summer heat. <
Professor Rosen be rger's excellent band will be I
iv attendance, to enliven the lawns and ball-room. I
Masquerade and fancy balls during the season, *
as heretofore. t
An extensive livery will be kept at very mode- •
rate charges*
Chauuks—t3 per day and $75 per month of 1
thirty days ; children under ten years of age, and If
colon-d servants, half price; white servants, ac- 1
cording to accommodations. t
my 12—eod2m GEO. L. PEYTON A CO. t
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ft Ranted on the summit of the Blue Ridge Monn- _
tain, on the line of Ihe Chesapeake and Ohio rail- _
road, one mile from Afton depot, Albemarle *
county, commanding a full view of the surround
ing country, has been enlarged and thoroughly „
refitted, and will be open on tho Ist of JUNE. J
Hoard—Per month, s)40; per week, «>ia; per v
day, #2. Children under tl years, and colored ■,
servants, half-price,
TheCHALYHKATH SPRING* are eqmd to
any in tlid State. B
Coaches will run dally to aud Vrom the ilepot. \
je 15—3 m JNO. W. IU LLA lilt. j
WEST END nOTRL, LONO BRANCH. N. ■
J., (formerly Stetson Hones.) Jnst relit- |
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first-class In every respect. Will he undm- the I
management of James Sykes, of Wlllard's, h
Washington, and Peter Gardner, now of the t:
Gilsey House, New York, formerly of the New s
York Hotel. Applications for rooms, Ac., received t;
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MEDICAL.
OK THK
BALTIMORE LOOK hospital, '
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET j
From his •lttttafrt practice in the great Hospl- 1
tals of Europe and the first in this country, viz:
England, Frame, Philadelphia and elsewhere, J
can offer the most certain, speedy iiml «*tr»'fiu.tl li
remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE* I*
Weakness of the Hack or Limbs, Strictures, v
Affections of the Kidney* and Bladder, Invol an- d
tary Discharges, Im potency, Oenernl Debility,
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirit*?, 1
Confusion of HMI, Palpitation of the Heart, d
Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or ■
or Oiddiness, Diseases of the Head, Throat, NOM
or Skin, Affection of tin* Lungs, Stomach or JJuw
pls—those terrible disorders arising from the Sol- U
itary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary I
practices more fatal to their victims than the d
Syrens to the Mariner of (Jlyues, bligluing
thejr most brilliant hoites or anticipations, ren- b
iiering marriages, Sic. impossible. 1.
YOVTSQ MEN, V
Especially, who have become the victims of
Solitude Vice, that dreadful aud destructive habit T.
which annually sweeps to an untimely grnvi* a
thousand* of Young Men of the most exalted
talent and brilliant intellect., who might otherwise h
have entranced listening Senates with the thiui- it
:lers of eloquence, or waked to eostacy the living l
lyree, may call with full confidence.
MARKIAUE, *
Married Person*, or Young Men contemplating p
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or
ganic debilities, deformation, Ac , speedily fldred. I
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. ft
nay religiously confide on hi- 4 * honor as a
■cnili'iii.'iu ami confidently rely upon his skill as a S
,>hysiclan. li
ORGANIC WEAKNESS I;
mmedititcly enred and full vigor restored. JM
This dreadful disease—which renders life mlse
•afole and marriage im|K>ssitile—is the peuaUy m
xiid by ihe victims of Improper Indulgence*, ill
Ifoung portions are too npt to commit excesses
'ram not being aware of tlm draadfnl cones
piencos that may ensue. Now, Who that under- ~
stands tho subject, will nreteml to deny that tbe "j
Dower of procreation is lost voonnr by those fall- *
ug into improper habits than by the prudent?
!te«idew being deprived of the pleasures of
multhy offspring, the most terious and deslruc- p
ivo symptoms to both Iwdy and mind arise. The "
ly-tem becomes deranged,the physical and men
al functions weakened, loss of procroaiive pow
i r, nervous Irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
.ho heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a ,J
wasting of the frame, coughs, consumption, de
lay and death. "J
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. *
Persons ruined in health by unlearned preten- *
•rs who keep them trilling month after month.
aking poisonous and injurious compounds, should !l
tpply immodiately.
DR. JOHNSTON, *
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
lon, graduate from one of the most eminent Col- v* l
eges iv the United Stales, and the greater part
n whoso life has been ais-nt in the hospital* of '°
Umdott, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has '"•
»fTectod some of the most astonishing cores S:
.hat were ever known ; many troubled with ring
tig in the head and ears when asleep, great *
lervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
Kishfulness, wilh frequent blushing, attended
lometimes with a derangement of the mind, wen- *'
aired immediately. "
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. .T. addresses all those who ha\e injured '*
hemselvesby Improper indulgoncies and soliia
•y habits, which ruin both body and mind, unlit- ■'
ing them for either business, study, society, or
narriage.
These are some of the sad ami melancholy of c
Vets produced by early habits of youth, vi/: *
Weakness of the Hack and Limbs. Pains in the I
Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss Of Muscular Pow
r, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep-ia, Nervous ~
Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Fuhc- J
ions, General Debility, Symptoms of Cousump
ioa. a
MENTALLY. J
The fearful effects on the mind are much to be , v
Ireaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion ~
■o Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid .*
ty, Ac, are some of tlie evils produced. rf|
Thousands of persons of all Dries can now jndj-e '
Arhat is the cause of their declining health, loot-ing
.heir vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and ~
•macialed, having a singular appearance about '
.ho eyes, cough and symptoms ot consumption. .
YOUNG MEN "
,vho have injured themselves by a certain prac- _,
ice indulged in when alone—a habit frequently s
earned from evil companions or a} school, the "'
jffeets of which are nightly felt, even whan
isleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage im
possible, and destroys both miud and body—
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
xmntry, tin* pride of his parents, should be
matched from all prospects and enjoyments of
life by the consequence of deviating from the
path of nature aud indulging in a certain secret
tiabit. Such persons, must, before contcinpla- ~i
ting J
MARRIAOE,
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
tecessary requisites to promote connubial hapi- S
less; indeed, without these, the journey through
ife becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
Hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes A
diadowed with despair aud tilled with Ihe niel
mcholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this B
painful disease, it too often happens that an ill- *'
timed sense of shame or dread of discovery tie- V
ters him from applying to those, who, from edu- *"
cation and respectability, can alone befriend him. a
He falls into the hands of ignorant aud designing ''
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his d
pecuniary substance, keep him trilling month ■
after month, or as long as the smallest tee can bo I
obtained, and wilh despair leave him with ruined r
health to sigh over his galling disappointment, or •'
by the use of that deadly poison Mercury, hasten *
the constitutional symptons of the terrible dls- '
ea*e, such as Alfectioit of tho Head, Throat, 1
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid- o
ity till death puts a period to his dreadful sutler- I*
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston oilers the most
certain, sjteedy, pleasant and elleetual remedy in *
the world.
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side goiug from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe the m
name and number. • l ;
<_TNo letters received unless post-paid and a
containing a stamp to be nsed on the reply. Per
sons writing should state age, and send portion
of advertisement describing symptoms.
There art* so many Paltry, Designing and I
Worthless irajiosters advertising themselves as
Physicians, trifling with aud ruining the health
of all who unfortunately fall into their power p ( |
that Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say es- j
pecially to those unacquainted with bis reputa- { .
tion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always * ;
hang in his oilice. :,
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution '.
within the last eighteen years, aud the nume
rous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
btou, witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun"
and many other papers, notice of which appeared '
again and again before the public, besides his
standing as a gentleman of characterand respon- *
slbUlty, is a sufflcicient guarantee to the atllicled. '
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. ,
ja-8-ly c
V¥a >HOOD: 1
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED! ?
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ALEirrUREON THE NATURAL TREAT- I 1
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rally ; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
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ing from Self-Abuse, _c, by Hoii't .1. Cut.VIE- .
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"A liOON TO THOUSAND OF SUFFERERS.I'
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RAILROADS.
Ru inuiMi \MUt\>viii.i i;\ii limn
On and after .Tiily._!>th, 1871,
COIN*J WTSST :
Trnin No. U (Through PMWItfcWl) l_*V« Hit h
mood daily (except Sunday) at 4:(l.'> A. AI.; leavi*
Danville at 11:112 A. M.; arrives a 1 * ireeii;d>oro' at
l.v_ IV M.
Trnin No. 0 (Lynchburg Pawenger) leaven
Kichmond daily at Bfti A. M.; arrives at I*ynch
burg at A I*. IM."
Tram No. i:t ( Freight and Accontmorlalion)
leaves Kichmond at &M P. M.; arrive-* ai HurkeH
rlUe at 9.M P. M., it»pping at all way station*
daily (Sundaya esevpted.)
Train i\o. 11 (Through M:til and ExpTWM)t—rV<l
HiChmond daily at _:-«> P. M.j leaves Ihmville
daily at tft:4_ IV IM.; arrives at < Jreensboro' daily
at 1:12 A.M.
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leaves (Jrcensboro' daily at H&Q P. M.; h-aves
l>anville daily at 10:13 I*. M.; airivesat Kichmond
daily at. r.:14 A. M. I
Train No. b (Through Passenger) leaves G/lveu"-
Iwit.' daily (except Sunda.ys)at 11;U5 A. M.J leaver
Dam Merit I:*!7P. M.; arrives aL Kichmond at s:2_ 1
P. M,
'l miii No. 10 (Lynchburg PaAsenger) b-aves
Lynchburg dally at 8:90 A, M.; leaves Hurkeville
ai I P. M.j arrives at Richmond at 4 P. M.
Train Sio. 3 (Kreight and Accommi-*taiitni)
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mond at S;4fl A. M., stopping at all way _ta
tions daily (Sundays excepted!)
Trains Noe, 9 and II connect at <*}rcen,sboi*o' ]
with Trains on North (Carolina ruiliiiad for all ]
jioiiits South, 1
Train No, 0 connects at llurlteville with c
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Southwest can be procured al the ticket oilice iv :
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SCHEDULE KK'HMONP, b'EEUERIOICS
HUKO ANl> POTOMAC KOIJTE, (KUNtt
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, IS7I.
THROUGH TKAINS leave dopOt, corner .
Byrd nnd Eighth streete, as ibllows :
The DAY TRAIN daily at S:2O A. M. Arrives '
In Washington at 12:10, Baltimore (except on .
Sundays) ai 8:1.1, Philadelphia at ti.\?>, aud New l
York at lli:-0 p. M. THE SAME PAY- *
The NIOIITTRA IN daily (except on Sundays)
atS:4A P. M.
Tbe DAY Til-UN ttnivea In Kichmond at 2:17 '
P. M.
The Nit HIT TWAIN arrives in I'ichmond T
(Mondays excepted at S:80 A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil
ford leaves Kroad--.trcet Depot daily (Sundays
excepted) at 4:50 P. M. Arrives in Kichmond at
8:42 A.M.
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Kichmond on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS al 6:4.1 P. M. t
THROUGH TICKETS andTHKOI < ill RAG- .
GAGE Checks to all the principal points In the j
North, East and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, cottier 61 I'.r.iad ami
Eighth streets. •
TICKET OFFICE, corner Bynl and Eighth
streets.
.f. 11. GENTRY,
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E. T. li. MYflita. General SuperintetMleiit.
/dii:s.\i'i;AKi: ami ohio raiikovd.
On aud alter THURSDAY, .rune Ist, PASSEN- j
GER TRAINS leave Ricbinoud (Sunday ex- j
cepled) as follows :
1:90 A. M.—MAIL TRAIN for White Sulphur !
Springs connecting at Gordonsville with Orange, J
Alexandria and Manassas train for Washington j
and North, aud Lynchburg aud South.
;i::Wi P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
Gordonsville, except on Saturday, on which day
il leaves at fi P. M. This train connects at <lor
donsville wilh niglit trains on 0., A. & M. rail
road for Lynchburg and Washington.
On and alter the loth of JUNE a PASSEN-
G XX TRAIN willrun daily (except Sundays) be
tween Staunton and the While Sulphur, as fol
lows :
Leave Staunton al S:l."» A. IH., arrive at White t
Sulphur at I:S2 P. M. ; leave White Sulphur al
2:88 P. M., arrive at Staunton at 7:44 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, lo
all poinls North, West and Southwest.
Further information may be obtained at the
company's oilice. «
No Passenger Trains are run on Sundars.
A. 11. PERRY,
General Superintendent.
Jambs k. Nktukki.anu,
General Ticket Agent. je S
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE
nKi'VVi:i:N i
RICHMOND AND THE
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
VIA .
ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY.
This Great Passenger Route is composed of the
Kichmond aud Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mis
sissippi and Ohio railroad, East Tennessee and
Virginia railroad. East Tennessee ami Georgia
railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eailroad,
and Memphis and Charleston railroad and their
connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond
daily at ftlfi o'clock a. m. and 6:ofi o'clock p. m.,
making close connections throughout to i
Lynchburg and all stations on A., M and Ohio
railroad, Know ille, Deialur, ('orinih, t J rand
Junction, Memphis, New-Orleans, Chattanooga,
Caulon, JacUson, \icksburg, Mobile, l»a-ltos, At
lanta, Rome, Selma, Maeou, ('otuuihn* and all
points South aud Souihwest, Nashville, Colum
bus, Cliieago, Cairo St. Louis and all points
North and Northwest,
Through tickets goo*l until used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping cars ou all night
trains.
Good eating-houses, ami ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any Other route.
For further information, apply at the oilice of
the Virginia ami Tennesse Air-Line Railway,
i:.2'i Main street, or at tho oillco of th*; Kichmoud
aud Danville railroad.
R.F.WALKER.
jy 31 Agent. .
/•fRAMiE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS- (
\J SAS RAILROAD.
Ou and afier Sunday, January 29, 1871, one
daily passenger train willrun between WASH
INGTON and LYNCHBURG, connecting at
Gordonsville with the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and tbe Virgin
ia Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, and at Washington, to the Ninth ami
Northwest.
Leave Washington daily at6:osa. m,and Alex
andria al Sai to., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:05
p. m.
Leave Lyncliburg at B:2fl a. m., arrive at Ajfct
andria at fi;_.'i p. m., aud at Washington at 6:lo
p. m.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
daily (excepting Sunday) at, 10:30 am; leave Al
exandria at 1 l:_u a. in., pass Strasburg at 4:2t>
p. m., and arrive at Harrisburg at 7 p. m.
Eastward, leave Harrisburg at6:Soft. m; pass
Rtrasbnrg at 9.20 a. m., arri\e at Alexiuulria at
I.M p. m. and at Washington in time for connect
ing with the :t p.m. train from Washington toUal
liniore.
Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax sta
tion; to Middleburg from Plains; to Uppervillo
from Piedmont, ami to Staunton Ctom Harrison
burg.
Elegaiit sleeping cars are run daily between
New York aud Lynchburg, wilhoiit change.
Also, cars through between HaUimoru ar.d
Lynchburg, avoiding the inconvenience of trans
fer in Washington.
Through tickets and baggage cheeked to till
prominent points. .1. M. KROAPUS,
mil 7—tf \ ii-ueral Ticket Agent.
■yiT AMII.VM'ON AND OHIO RAILROAD.
SPRING SCHEDULE. REG INN ING
MARCH 80, 1871.
TWO Trains daily (except Sundays) between
Alexandria and Hamilton.
Leave Alexandria al s:4O A. M. and 0 P. M.
Arrive at Hamilton at, 10108 A.M. and 7:20 P. M.
Leave Hamilton at 0:00 A. M. ami 12:10 P. M.
Arrive at Alexandria at 1:00 A. M. and 2t34 P. M.
Th*\H:4o A. M. train from Alexandria and 1_:16
I*. M. train from Hamilton, connect at Hamilton
wilh Kemp's Daily Lino of Coaches lor Purcell
ville, Snicltorsville, Rerryville anil Winchester;
ftlso, with Reamer's Lino of Coaches, which leave
Lees burg daily lor Aldie aud Middh-bni'g.
Annual liekets, sixty dollars ; connnutath v
tickets (35 trips*) at2)_ ceuis per mile,
R li. lIAVENNER,
je \:, General Ticket Aj-ent.
PURE ICE.
xjoHi iii:k\ he.
\Veb:i\e ronliactcd for a full supply of the
OKLEHEATED KENNBEO IHVER ItlE,
am! are reci-miif-; from the aUive river ICE
twenty inches In thickness, clear as crystal, ami
bard 08 Hint, superior to any ICE coming into
tills market (not excepting the Ko.-tonlee). We
are the only dealers in ibis city receiving this
CELEBRATED ICE, so universally known as
Ihe PUREST and REST iv the countrj
We are pr.-paied ai all times to furnish ICE ol
the above quality by the QftTgo, Canal Roat or
('ai load; and we give spe.ial attention on all
occasions lo the packing and shipping of the
same.
('iiy oustomerfl famished oq the mewl reasona
ble ternis.
McGOWAN k LAMPKIN,
No. IMI Cary street, Richmond, Va.
ie_!-tf
riMIE MATE JOURNAL is an excellent ml-
X. vcrtising meilium. Try il and see.
STEAMSHIPS
j*j _\\Beiii:i) ri, f. /__gg_j
IX)BJAIi_SANDC-aCI-iHOHIN*O-Y_-S
Tho fk*t SlMlplccnntfiflp-wlipi'lsti'niiutPALl-
SAllK.t 'apt. <'n.\.. Nki.phik, will Irnvp her wharf,
at llockptti*, (Powliat.in Nti'.imbnat I '<>ni;>:ui\'-.
«h«'il,) for Kiiiß's Mill ami (Jrovn wliarvi-n on
TI'KSDAVK anil SATURDAYS, at 6 o'clock A
M., connecting with tin- 7 o'clock train at Cm
Point lor Psternburg. Betaamine, will limm-
Grove wharf and Kinc;'. Milton WEDNESDAYS
ami MONDAYS at 7 o'clock A. M., touching at
all the regular Inmltngi each way.
Will lcavp her wharf at ltocketu for Ilinn'* on
Chick—hominy, on THITHSDAYS at 6 A. M.,
connettrng at City Point with the 7 o'clock train
from Ptluißtm |, toucllinir at nil the regitlm'
liiiuliiijfs on James river down to Dillant's
Wharf, ami all n-trnl:u' landing" on Cliii kuil,loml
ny. Heiiirnine:, will leave Ilinn's on KJtIDAYS
at « o'clock A, M.
Freight n-i-ilveil dully.
Freight for Chickah'oniiny received on Wed
nesday*.
All freight* lo way landing iiiiint be pi. |iiiiil.
For further particular., apply to Captain on
boanl, or to WM. P. BEETT, Agent,
an 8.1 at Powhatan Steamboat Kluilx.
_1«)H NEW YOItK.--Ol.il 1M»- ZiSirt.
r MINION STEAMSHIP rtiH-____
PANY. __—-—»
The ■lilcndul new aide-wheel Steamship*
ISAAC BELL, AEIIEMAUI.E, SAKATOOA,
HATTEKAS and NIAIIARA leave New York
Norfolk, City Point and Xi, Iniionil every TOEB
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1
o'clock P. M.
These uliips are entirely new, and were hiiilt
expftCMto for this route.
They have njilemlid saloonn ami utale-rooins,
and tlie accomniodttlioii* and attention are in,
ptumtd,
Qooda shipped hy thi* line are landed regu
larly at New York," on the Company's covered
pier, S7 North fiver, within furty-eijiht hours.
Insui-aiiee ert'ectcd when ordered, al v iiujk
tkii ur o»» ruK cut. tit the oilice ol this com
pany.
Freight* forjioinlslieyond NewYorh foi-\vai-di-,l
With dispatch, and no charge made, pxecepi ac
tual expn—MM incurred.
W£! ' For further information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Ag, nt,
ja I—tf No. 3 Governor street.
IIUIISSIA MKAVlMtll' AKU
PACKET COMPANY. 3___-B
The (team*—ip GEOKGE U. UPTON leave*
New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
every TUESDAY.
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leave*
New York every TUESDAY; leaves Richmond
every FRIDAY.
Freight receivitl daily.
I.'lose connei'tious mtule with *learners for a
Southern aud Eastern jiorts.
D. J. BURR, President.
W*shixuto* k Co., Agent*, Richmond, A'a.
Pier lii North river. New York. ajil
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TT*-MITCeMB*B REMEDY I OK ASTHMA.
FOR ASTHMA, HOSECOi.D, HAY FEVER, el,
"Nothing so successful."—T. Mur<-.1.r, Drug
gist, Hoston. Recommended hv Dr. O. W.
Holmes. 11 always relieves. JOS. HUUNETT
k CU., 1 lus on. lVljisg. Sold by all druggists.
TTT ILSONI'OI.I.EUE FOR YOl N<; I,A 111 IS
A (lording llrsl-class educational advantage.-, will
u|K'ii its next term on Wednesday, September ft.
Terms moderate. For catalogue, adore** Rei
.1 W. \VIGHTMAN L Chamlsrsl,uig, I'a
VIIKiIM A FEMALE INSTITUTE,
STAUNTON, VA.,
Is one of the largest KIK.ST-CI.ASS institutions
in the Sou—l. Tliere are EIGHT SCHOOLS,
muter Iweniy-two officers. Pupils from every
Southern Stale. Special lulvantages iv MI sit.
Buildings and Qroundt art spaciom and ilty.mt.
For circulars of -15 pases, address
Kr.v.K. It PHILLIPS, Principal.
A NEW ERA IN MASHIMi !
LABOR, TIME, CLOTHES AND FUEL
SAVED
II V TH| l' S X 0 F
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER
SELP-WASHING SOAP.
SEMI FOR CIRCULAR AND PRK.'E LIST.
JIIBMT4 WA.M'ltli.
WILSON, LOCEWtIOD, KVKKKTT k 00.,
,'il Mi'kuav S'ra**! 1 , Nmv Y'liiiK.
Sole Agents for the States ol'Virgini*, North and
South Carolina. Georgia and Fioridii.
DR . COLLINS'
PAINLEh- CUKE FOR THE
OPHTM HABIT.
DR.OOLLINS ' A N T I .) O T E
KnaWa* the patient to discouti ■ the use of
Opium In any form, at once, without pain or in
convenience, aud without any interruption of or
dinary business, it rebuild* the broken coiislitu
tion and restores Hie nervous eiieie.ii-.-.
DISCOVERED IN IS*.
i it.; ii.m.v rJL i.vi.ess i-i-Ki-; ttviii: nis- avaaßn.
TIIERI A X I :
AND THEIR LAST DOSE.
A Iwok of over Km pages, containing lei ters of
FITZHUGH LUDLOW, the well-known tetter
of G. AT., ex|>osiugthe intrigues of HARPER'S
MAI I AZINE and LUDLOW, and a lull descrip
tion of the Antidote, sent frw to any address
Address, DR. SAMUEL 11. COLLINS,
, Lajiortr, Indiana.
A HEATS, REAM THIS!
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF
*30 PER WEEK and Kxpei—ee, or allow a huge,
commission to sell our new and wonderful in\ tui
tions. Address M. WAGNER i CO., Mar-iall.
MichL '
$30. ******* ~s3o.
Agents t'M) per week to sell our gl-eat and vain
hie discoveries. If you want |>erinaiicut, honor
able aud pleasant work, apply for particulars.—
Address DYER * CO., Jackson. Wiclngaii
k OENTS WASTED FOR THE
TRANSMISSION OP LIFE.
(.'ni'.ssiii.s us- riiH Nati-kk axd Hvniiist: oe TH*
Mas, ci.i.ii-Fl-xcTiii.v. By Dk. NAem;vs, author
of ••The Physical Life of Woman." Il relates lo
//.- moU se.e ; is full of new lacl-s ; delu-ate but
outspoken; practical and popular; highly en
dorsed; sells rapidly. Sold hy subscription'only.
Exclusive territory. Terms liberal. Price 92 —
Address lot-con tents. —\, .1. IJ. FERGUS Ai CO ,
Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa.
A MILLION U01.1.AK?,.
.--.nrewd hut,|tiiet men can make a fortune by
reii-atiiig (lie secret of the business to no one.
Address WM. WRAY,
ttss. Broadway, New York.
l \ REENYYUOU FEMALE SCHOOL
A. K. YANCEY, J«.,l „ ,
R*y. D. C. T. DAVIS, <t ' """l>al'
opeus Septeinbi-r 10, oluaee June IS. Instruc
tion luorough iv a", branches tauglii in schools
of highepl grade. Entire costs for the session,
ii',o to tWU. Strongly lecoluiui nded by Profes
sors of Y'irginia I'niiersity , "losillli as are seek
ing an eligible place for education of theirdaligh
ters." For circular, address Principals, Green
wood De|Hit, Albemarle county, Va.
RaFKaaxosj- -Faculty of 1 niversity ol Virginia,
Bishop and clergy ol tin- Episcopal Church iv
A'irginia.
MUSIC, &c.
r> echo; _r ooli.-irs*
A New S* liiKil ltook,
VoitTH Off MfiSKr
by H. S. l'lißKiXr'. Price
*7.r*<t i«-r uoz. i'ontithi-i For
o\erl\vo hundred new
RatnaHtMvs lo I'i.i 1,1,'
and beaaUfn) Mimr.u. ftb-Mniv are
getUojj their music for
Duets, by Will S. l*#9 tfiau two eeuts a
piece.
Ha.h, Whumikr, Ttioi.-
Tho:.e who hay not
as, pic. Every thing Is Been ihU Bfueleal Blag
a/.tllt' sbtudd (-ettd 3d
( new, fr.trh, and rents for a samt4f* COpj
Hog. Contents and Bpft- The mtuic is by 11a. • ,
Thomas, Kinke'l, Per
linteit pAget Kunt free, ley, ami other popular
wriierb.
Barapla coplem nintL-d
Two b.u W nnmlHT
, free of ju>htiif;e ton-a«.'l- for
. mmlß*& tent*. Lit*- I\>KlV CENTS.
r.il lerm- b»r itttriHl.it Four btu-k nuiulK*n ; for
ii«n. fttwi-in i-nrkoTs.
J. 1. I'ETKKS, :v.«i Itroudway, New York,
itu *t—_w

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