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The t'bictltf'i Disaster- Princely Donntiollt—
The Hestiltof tbe 1t... in Election**—Senator
Irf-wln—llaiternl Stuns.
Washington, October It,
Aside Irom Ihe great calamity at Chi
min, nothing haa bm thought or talked of
hire daring the put three or four days.
All classes of society MM to ho wrought
i.|i to the highest pitch of sympathy for the
unfortunate people of the Lake City, and
nam seem so poof as t.t he arable to con
tribute something toward alleviating the
want and destitution which this terrible ca
lamity has brought upon its people. On
Monday and Tuesday it was tnought that
190,000 might he raised in this city for the
relief of these sufferers; but, up to last
night, |100,000 had been raised, and by
Saturday evening the total amount will be
swelled to $200,000. Notwithstanding the
President lost a line house in Chicago, val
ued at some 130,000, and his brother, who
was in business there, lost his house and
goods, valued at over (30,000, he has con
tributed 81,OOOto the relief fund. In this
connection, and in evidence of the deep
concern which the President feels for our
people, permit mc to call your attention to
ihe following dispatch, which he yesterday
sent to the authorities of Boston, concern
ing the laying of the corner-stone of the
new postoffice in that city, and the pro
l>osod festivities of the occasion:
Wasuin.itii.v, It. C, October 11,1871.
7'r //..: 11,1,1. tianiufl Hooper, Boston, Mass,;
"Would it not be well for the food iieoplo of
lioMon to dispense witli tin 1 eeivniony and ox
jieiiso of a pnlilie reception on flu; ooobood of iiit
visit to your city, and to appropriate such jtor
tion of the fund set apart for that purpose as in
deemed advisable for tile relief of tile snlli'lers
ie, the Cliit'tijio disaster! 1 am sure such a
conrso would please mo.
U. S. Okast.
The employe)l in tho various departments
of the government in this cily will contri-
This will he an average of over $4 per
head. In the Department of Agriculture.
where there are but thirty-live clerks, and
four or live of them away on leave, there
was subscribed and paid in yesterday the
sum of 6235. This was an average of
about $7 to each person, ami is consider
ably htiger than has been contributed by
the employes of any other department.
If there was any doubt in tlie mind of I
any one as to the result of the next Ire.si- I
dential contest, surely the elections which
occurred in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and lowa
nn Tuesday last, has removed it. On Fri
day last I told you we would carry Penn
sylvania by Trom 15,000 to 80,000 majority,
So we have, making a clear gain of some
15,000 votes. In Ohio We make a gain of
some 20,(100 votes, and lowa gives its usual
Since August 7th last, elections have oc
curred in Kentucky, Montana, California, ]
Wyoming, .Maine, New Mexico. Texas,
Pennsylvania., Ohio ami lowa. Earlier in
the season the election occurred in North
Carolina, anil not wilHtanding the Ku-Klux
organization was in the y.enitii of ita power,
il was carried by tiie much aliused but gal- |
lent Republicans of that State. Out of all
these Stales and Territories the Democratic
party carried the States of Kentucky and
Texas and the Territory >>f New Mexico.
The Republicans loose Texas by divisions
in their own ranks, and New Mexico arc
local issue;,, but they gain North Carolina,
i '.ilil'ornia and Montana, which is more than
Do these results leave the least shadow
of a hope for tho Democracy in the ne_t
Presidential contest? It is doubtful if
there is a single intelligent man in nil that
party who now entertains tlie least hope of
success. How, then, are they to secure
the many reforms which they allege are
necessary to the prosperity of the country
and the happiness of the people ? Can they
do it otherwise than through the great dom
inant Republican party of the country ? If
they arc sincere in their professions they
will no longer act with the Bourbon Dcinoc-
Ilon. John F. Lewis addressed the Re
publicans of Alexandria last night and
night before. There is a scramble in
Alexandria county among several leading
Republicans for the nomination to the
General Assembly. After several ineffec
tual ballots the convention adjourned last
night until Tuesday next.
Senator Lewis says the canvass is pro
gressing spiritedly in the Valley, and every
thing looks hopeful anil encouraging.
tstl
Enthnsinstie Keiniblieaii Merlin*; in Louita.
A mass meeting of the Republicans of
Louisa county was held on tho 9th
instant, for the purpose of nominating two
Republicans to be elected to the (ieneral
Assembly of Virginia.- At twelve o'clock
a mass meeting of two thousand people,
j,,' n ck atid while, were called to order by
kins. ■ Cu.V' ,c ' :or R ll *' l Burgess, of Rich
mond the firs.* speaker, was introduced to
the short space often years. .
I'.uiaiicipalioii was proving a nessingnot
people of Virginia. Tiie Five Schoo. "yiP
Urn as one of the results of the war, wot.'' l '
prove to be one of the greatest blessings that
could be guaranteed to a free people, all I
classes could now educate their children,
the poor and rich alike, and urged the peo
ple to pay the school tax promptly. The
second and greatest result of the war wits,
by il lout'million's of people had been made
free, and by amendment lo the Fedcnil
Con«titutioii,adopted by three-fourths of all
the State, they had become voters, and now
stand equal before the law with all other
citizens, without regard to color. All this
has been, under (Jod, the work of the Re
publican party, and every man who loved
his country and felt greatful for this bless
ing should bo a Republican and vote with
that party. And while he thought these
sentiments were sufficient to stimulate the
colored people to act so as to lesson their
own constitutional rights by aiding in the
election of Republicans to the Legislature
mi the 7th of November. He thought the
Whigs of Louisa, and no less of the State,
should at once sever their connection with
that old baneful organizalio:n,the Democratic
party. He had many friends belonging to
that organization, but justice compelled
bim to look upon it as being nothing less |
than a party of misrule, ruin and desola
tion. He saw but little difference between
. the professions of the Whig party iv the
past and the action of tha Republican party
now on the great national questions. The
next thing after the security of the citizen
in his rights was the reduction of taxation
nnd the national debt with recent develop
ments in the city of New York in iinainial
matters, and the squandering of the peo
ples' money by the Tammany ring. The
Whigs can't be blind as fo which is the
parly of progress and honor.
Mr. lien. Al. Arnold, of North Carolina,
and R. D. Beckly made gootPspeeches.
.«. !
Meetiiiji in Fluvniuin,
FLUVANNA CoCNTY, YIIIUIMA, \
'/','/.- ICtilor efthi State Joar,i.,l.
Columbia township, after being sali.-lied
jil was resolved to .appoint ;i nun.milt •<■ U)
oottfbr with similar committees from Pal
myra, Fork t'ninn, and Oonninghatn town*
1 ihipg in relation to nominations, and mi
i struct said commitlco to support William
li. Hodgson, Jr., of Fluvanna county, for
tho Legislature next session. We limit t
stand tliat Mr. Hodgson will accept ..-.>•
nomination and consents to serve, nd I I
sure that the announcement will be hailed ;
I with much gratification. There is no i-ian
I in-the county hotter qualified for the p,
j discharge ot' the duties devolving upon a j
I memher of that house than is William
jB. Hodgson, dr., and he will he elected I
without doubt. lie is a native of Fluvanna '■
I cnunty and has numerous friends here.
Hy order of the meeting—l7s determined I
Nelson Jackson , (Jhairm an.
!.' I'iiMi. :m Mii om.'l in Jnnie* lily < onntj*— |
i'it si il cur <*rnnt Endorsed—Hon. Ho. j
\V. liny hes Einloi x. .1 for OtVHUIi
At a meeting of the Republicans of Janus
City county, held at Centerville on ■Satin- !
day the 7th inst,, Rev, Wm. Harris was
called to the-chair and W. R, Wallace made |
I secretary. On motion of Dr. C« W. Hub
bard, the chair appointed the following per- j
sons : Robert (Jreenhorn, Geo. -Jones and •
Edloc Haker, a committee to prepare re* -
lotions expressive of the object of this meet- !
ing; who, after a short retirement, reported '
the following, which were severally ap
proved and endorsed by them.
Etsolved, That we cordially endorse iho nomi- ]
: nation recently made by the late Republican
; Stato Convention, in the city of Kichmond, of
President T. S. Q rant, for re-election; th:ii ;
I James City was ihe lirst, £o far as we know end
j lielieve, in view of the able and faithful manner !
In- has conducted his administration, to iiresent ;
j liis name to tho country for renomiualion, in a
• lies uf resolutions furnished the Kichmond
J Statu Jo cum at. some months past, bat which, for
some cause or other, did not. appear in that ya
j per, including our approval of Oil policy of an- |
| ucxing the island of San Domingo, as the natural
I boundry of the United States on the Southeast, j
I and which should] hy all means-, bo secured to I
the country ere it be too late.
2d. That we, tho Republican- of James Cily
j county in convention assembled, an Ihtrigal por
; tion of tho great. Kopublican party of I his conn
: try, and particularly of Virginia, do, for ours* Ive
and in bHiaif of tho Ropnblican party every
where, offer our thanks to Colonel Robert \V. ;
; Hughes for his unanswerable address to the ;i 0
; pie of Virginia, in defence of the Republican par
ity audits principles, lately set, forth in Richmond i
jby order of tho Hi-publican Stato Central Com* ',
j Md. That this convention recommends most cor- [
I dially to tho Republican party of Virginia Urn
I name of Col. K. W. Hughes, of Washington
| county, whoso T6ry mime is the synonymo with j
I all who know him, of honor, truth and strength, |
as tho Kopublican candidate for the;<iovernorship j
lof Virginia at our next Gubernatorial election,
I and Hon. James 11. Piatt, Jr., as Lieutenant- !
Governor, *
4th. ThaL this Convention recommend itlO"t
cordially Mr. ft. D. l'iggot, of this county, adi\i
; suitable person to be voted for as Treasurer of '
| .lames City county and Of "Williamsburg at
I the coming election.
6th. That, these proceedings be signed by the
President and Secretary and forwarded to the !
Virginia Stati; Ji'iitN.u. and National VtrQintah,
for publication.
TV*M. lIAKKfS,
l»l_A\ OF OKfIANIZATIO.N A XII I'LAT
FOItBI QF THK REPUBLICAN PAIITY
riau <>1* Oi-guni/;i<ioii.
jPRBCIXCT OF-iIANIZATIC.V.
Ist. There shall bo an Executive Committo in i
each voting precinct, consisting of seven m; in
ters, to be selected by the Voters of said precinOt,
whose duty it shall be to make a thorough <
vas of such precinct; to organize, and moke eft
ciout, a Kopublican dub; to procure a llsl of ng- ;
I [stored and legal voters, and to do all in their i
1 jKJwer before registration, and at the polls, to so
cure the success of the Republican party, Tins
Committee shall select one member of the Coun
ty Executive Committee to represent the precinct -,
in that body. Tho Precinct Committee shall
report to the
TOWNSHIP COM.MITn.::,
Inch shall bo composed of five members -'■- j
lected by the voters of the township. Thoenid ,
committee shall have Iho general sup'-rintt-ud- 1
once of tho precincts and shall see that a
thorough canvass is made of each precinct, j
Tho Township Committee shall report to the j
County Committee, which shall consist, of one \
lember irom each precinct. This County Com- |
mitteo shall have general and supreme control 4
the organization and systematic eaoarasi of tin*
county.
It shall be the duty of the secretory of th*' \
County Committee to report immediately upon
organization, and regularly every Monday the
condition and wants of tho party In their re
spective counties.
From the general' County Committee there
shall be selected ;t County Executive Commit
tee, not exceeding live in number.
Each general County Committee shall select
a member to represent said county in tiie Cos*
Kssional District Committee, to whom tho
unty Committee shall report.
CITY ORHANI/ATION.
In the cities the organisation shall exist as at
present constituted ; But subject to tho mod-flea
tion ami control of the State Central Executive
Committee as to the system of organization.
THB STATU eK.VTU.W. OQKHtTTBS
shall consist of three (S) members from each Con
iv--). .mil District, to be selected by the delegate*
toenofLond one member at large, to be elected
by the Convention, and bo chairman of the < torn
mi t tee.
The Committee thus constituted shall elect a
secretary and treasurer, and provide for the pay
ment of the latter.
Tbo stato Central Committee shall select an
Executive Committee to consist of such number
as they may elect, and to bo located so as te be
most conveniently assembled.
BASIS OF RRPKENKNTATIOX.
In all Stato Conventions, ,-uidSiite .Nominating
j Conventions, tho basis of representation shall be
the same as pro\ ided hy the State Constitution, OJT
in that proportion.
In all Conventions for the nomination of can
didates for Congress, state Senator, or Conven
tions of Congressional or Senatorial Districts,
each county in said District shall have a repre*
entation in proportion ro the Republican vote
cast at the last preceding Gubernatorial or < !ou
grussional election : excopt In counties or clisl rlel i
whore Convention- bave already been orderi ...
in all Couuty aud City Cunveutlons, each
Jwnship Of the county, and each ward Of tbe
ty, shall have a representation in proportion lo
the Kopublican vole cast at 'he hut preceding
(inliernatorial or Congressional election: pro-
Uled, that iv cases when. 1 nominations are lo be
, ,'le for a city or county o/oM, tha Executive
,' m( -»lttee of such county or city shall call a
'onvenu ' ~v '° llullit ' such nominations.
In a Disti 'et composed of more than one county
rcitv where no District Connuiiter exists, i.'on
■utions shall to called by the joint action of ihe
xecutiveOoinmUtbWofsaidcountias aud cities,
Od a majority of eaOU committee shall he sui
cient to give authority U> such calls.
Platform.
The Republican party of Virginia, i.i Oonven
on Hosemblad, reaffirm their devotion to the
rineiplcs of the National Republican Party pi
ie United States, as enunciated in the Chicago
latlorm at the litst National Convention.
We aro in favor of, and OS nauonnl
rinciples—
A tariff, which, while securing tho neqossary,
tuill give incidental, protection to American m
tistry.
A national banking system, that shall give OS a
afe aud uniform currency, and absolute security
to bill-holders.
Tho policy of extending government aid io the
lates iv improving their rivers aud harbors.
Tho absolute payment of all obligations ot tbe
overoment, and a sufficient yearly reduction »>!
tlie national debt to convince the world ot our
determination to ultimately extinguish il, while,
at tho same time, we carefully avoid burdening
the people with onoroits aud unnecessary taxa
tion.
That we heartily endorse the administration oi
President Grant, and are unanimously iv favor
of bis renomination in 1873.
STATS POlitC V.
No honest man can deny that tlie tendency of
the Legislation of tho past year In Virginiahaa
been to depress all tho material interest* of the
teoplo. Taxation has been tncroosed almost be*
ond the limits of human endurance, and the
lemocratic Legislature, with its two-third.- ma
ority, has passed oppressive :imi unnecessary
aws, among which tije funding bill stands prom
nent. Under Its provUiOQil taxation on the pro
wrty of the State will be double whal it ts now,
or not less than ono dollar on every hundred.
Worse still, because it is unttece >ary, they have
comjMdied the people of Virginia to raise moiroy,
cither by sacrificing their property, or products,
or by paying an enormous rate ot into -eel lo pay
these onorons taxes by the Ist day of September,
1871, or forfeit live per cent., while wo are now
officially informed by the Treasurer of the State
that the money so collected is not needed until Jan
uary and July, 1872, and is lying in the banks of
the city of Kichmond drawing only four per cent,
latere*-, presenting the astonishing spectacle ofti
State forcing its citlaens to loan wealthy corpora*
tions more Liian a million dollars ftl the low rate
of four per cent, per annum, while at the soma
time, under this extraordinary combination of
circumstances, ourcitfcioas are thus compelled to
borrow their owu money at the rate of twelve
Democratic legislature is only m keeping with
laturo has passed laws neutralising and render
ing void and of bo effect the homestead provisions
i constitution; placing the execution ol the
laws establishing common schools In partisan
and unfriendly hands, and have violated almost !
pledge mode by their authorised represen
when pleading for the admission of LtM
Btate to Federal ..ptusentatton,
bave created a partisan judiciary, and
given the county judge- created by caucus nomi
nations, unprecedented and unheard of power.
They have rci'.-lablished ih:it relic of a barbar
il, tiie whipping nnd by giving the
power to select Hi.- jure", in all COseS,
have enabled thi m to do, as tney Have done in c
vast majority ol instances, exclude the colored
man from the jury-box, and deprive btm of the
Ilear to all, of defence be tore a jury of his
The Republican party Invite the coflper
all g'»od ciii/ens in correcting these
nd do hereby—
)«, That we are opposed to levying
• citizens any further tax than is neocs
i. Mricily economical admiuistrai 101 lof
! government, and demand that our
natives in the Legislature shall do all
power to alleviate to the greatest <
ible, the burdens of tho people, and lo
the expenses of the Stale.
•, That we demand the honest and
as enforcement of the constitution <>t
■in all Its puis, and such legislation
ecu re the equal rights to ail, guar
v thai Instrument, equitable taxation,
■his of the homestead act, a thorough
f common school edncnllon, and an tot*
ml non-partisan judiciary."
He solutions.
<l, That the battle of universal freedom
ersal suffrage having been fought and
those amendments i»> the Constitution
litod Stales, designed to secure in porpe
rigktt "f mult, accepted by a large part
amocratic party, and they pledged to
ever thereby, and these issues having
! solemnly and finally determined, there
no excuse for our natural and sympa
thetic friends, the "Whigs of Virginia, to continue
in any degree their cooperation wilh tho Demo
cratic part v.
/.'. rowed, That ili" Whig-Of Virginia, in stand
ing by the faith of their fathers, anil agreeing
with us in all that relates to our governmental
organisation—the protection of American indus
try aud manufactures, ihe sysh-m of national
banking, the right of Congress to appropriate
money for tho improvement of our rivers and
harbors, and tho construction of our great water
line and commercial highway— are litpublivans
iv oil stff th' ii'intt ; and this Convention, im
f tressed With these truths, nnd anxious that tho
iopubllcan party of Virginia should avail iteeli
of the capacity, character, aud love of country
of thla large element, is gratified in extending to
Ihem an earnest invitation to join once more in
patriotic battle against their cad foe—the Demo
cratic party.
Bwoi&K&t That whether these gallant allies
slut! lai once become the foremost of Kepublieans,
standing within the Bl rlctest circle of our party
Ration, or bat yield to us their cordial co
rn against the common enemy, wo pledge
v either cose, the warm welcome of a Re
n President, the lincereet gratitude and
hip of the Republican party, and a full
participation in all the benefits lo bo derived
from a common victory over their old enemy, the
Democratic party.
AUCTION HOUSE.
HMc< 01-MK K.
. NO. 1114 MAIN STREET,
KICHMOND, VA.,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Keeps on hand, for sale to the trade or families,
Pitt; sale, a largo stock oi
ICKERY, GLASSWARE,
ftNITURE, CLOTHING.
V GOODS, NOTIONS, ic.
f which will ho sold at auction prices
tie and retail.
UOTION SALES DAILY at 10 A.M. and
BEBTAVBABTS.
lH NKiliT IIOUM-T
st!A ?.i i\n: L L ,
NO. O*. NINTH STREET, NEAR BEO-VD,
is proprietor of the
ONLY ALL NHHIT HOUSE IN RICHMOND.
Gentlemen can bo supplied with OYSTERS in
every style, aud with choice WINKS, EH _UoRS,
&c. Remember,
OC 1 1—3 m _ 218 NINTH STREET.
E BANKRUPT NOTICES.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF Till:; I'M
TED STATES for the Eastern Districtof Yir
n tho matter of Maria Gibson, bankrupt—-in
Ai Kichmond, on tho llih day of October,
1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has !n, to wit: on the llth day of October, 1871
tiled in said District Court by Maria Gibson, o
Qulpoper county, in said district, who has been
here to fori? duly declared bankrupt under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted Stales," approved March lid, IS'j7, for a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all her debts
ami other claims provable under said aot, am
that ihe 24th day ot October, I*7l, at II) o'clock A
M., before W, W. Forbes, ouo of tho registers ol
■aid conrt In bankruptcy, at his offlce in Rich
j mood, in said district, is thi? time anil place OS*
I signeufbr the hearing of the same, when ami
where you may attend and show cause, if any
you have, why the prayer of tho saitl petitioi
should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the secant
and third meetings of the creditors of Ihe sail
bankrupt will be held at the same time and place
KW. W. FORBES,
Register in Kanicrtiptcy,
2—Th2w for the Sd Oong'l Dist. of Va.
41 as
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATICS for the Eastern District of Vir
gin la.
lv the matter of Stephen T. Rogers, bank
nipt—in bankruptcy.
At Kichmond, on the 10Lb day of August, IS7I
TO WHOM ET MAY CONCERN :
Kleaso to take notice hereby, thata petition haa j
been, to wit: on the luth day of August, I*7l,
tiled in said District Court by Stephen T. Rogers j
■foliom county, in said district, who has been j
bofore duly declared bankrupt under the act i
'ongress entitled "An act to establish a more
brm system of baokroptoy throughout the
ruiied Slate-," approved March 2d, 1867, for a I
discharge and certificate thei-cof, from all his
■I and Other claims provable under said act,
that the 34th day of October, IS7I, Ot 10
v A. M.. before \V. Wi Forbes, one of tiie
tors of said eonrt In bankruptcy, at his oittoe I
i i Richmond, In said district, is the time and
place assigned for Ibe hearing of the same; when
aud whore you may attend ami show cause, it
any >ou have, why the prayer of tint said peti
tion ii-m!d not be grunted.
. Yon are also hereby notified, that the second]
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank
rupt wiil be held at the same time aud place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register In Bankruptcy for tho
oc 12—Tb2w 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE.
rpHB LARGEST TYPB FOUNDRY
ANl> MOUB KXTB.MBIVB
PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE
South of l'hil.tdephia, is the establishment of
H. L, FEEOUZE & CO.,
Richmond, Va.
The Richmond Dtipaieh says:
"Richmond Tvfb Fot'snuv. —Tho now dress in
whlcb ' !|l ' Dispatch has appeared (Or some weeks
was furnished by Messrs. H. E. pJ-Loqja & (Jo.,
proprietors of the Richmond Type Foundry.
\Vo have been using their type for eight or ten
years, and have found them equal in durability
and style of finish to the best foundries In tins
country and England. Their prices are uniform
wiih ail tie- other foundries."
The Richmond \\7itg says:
"The &ICKMO_roTI pi; FoeNi>inv-~\V*e have been
guilty of an inadvertence in failing to meniion
thai the heai ill fid suit of i.Vpe in which Ihe Whiy
now appears was manufactured for us at the
Richmond Type Foundry. This is tho third out
fit we have obtained from that establishment—
one before and two since the war—and wo aro
prepared to bear emphatic testimony to the fidd
ly wiih which the proprietOlS (Messrs. 11. 1.,
peloaoe & Co.) execute their contracts, to the
1« uuy and durability of their work, and to tbe
fairness of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says ;
The handsome typographical appearance of
this paper has been noticed and complimented by
tbe press all over the country. We take pleasure m
DENTISTRY.
ft\\\ LOU RROS*,
DENTIST,
\ \\ 0 Maim Stbkst,
RICHMOND, VA.
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se I—SlawiOt* weo wßt
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se 6 —3 m Governor street, Richmond, Va.
SAVINGS BANK.
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NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STltEliT,
Between Main and Bank Streets.
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CHARTERED HY CONGRESS, MARCH, 1886.
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS 111:11
daily (excepting holidays) fi-om 9 A. M. to 4 ]
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__-__. ......,, ■ — ". ._,
DYE WORKS.
' j un. OLDEST I
THE LARGEST!!
AMD Tin: best 111
DYEWORKS IN AMERICA
Are the STATEN ISLAND WORK'S, Now York j
Tile Southern 01—OS and Agency is at
KIN G' S
PREMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT, j
NO. TM Main street, bet. Seventh and Eighth,
j« 15—iliw:lin Richmond, Va
pUTI.DH'.S 11.11.r-it.ilMJ AIIXTI'KR is i.nt
Ay a thing of yesterday, got up to gull the un-,
wary and put money in the pockets of tho pro
prietors. II lias stood the lest of timo. Having
been In ihe market over thirty years, its very
ii.ime will recall to many who aro now tlie 1. -
pjie.tod heads of families, the halcyon d.iys ..1
their youth, with all its joys and borrows; it I
1 \K. JOHNSTON,
OP TUB
RAETIMOKK LOCK HOSPITAL,
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK s'IKIXT
From his extensive practice in thegn-at 110-pi
tols of Europe and the lint in this country, viz:
md, France, Philadelphia and elsewhere.
• in oticr ibe most certain, speedy and eflhctttnl
remedy in the world for
■ DISEASE*. OF IMPRUDENCE,
Weakness of the Rack or lambs, Strictures,
Affections ol ihe Kidneys and Bladder, Involun
tary Discharges, Impoteney, General Debility,
oneness. Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of ideas, Palpitation of the Heart,
Timidity, 'i'rembiinirs, Dimness of Sight or
or Giddiness, Diseases of tho Head, Throat, Nose
or Skin, Affbctiofl of ihe I.vugs, Stomach or BoW
• i- -those terrible disorders arising from the Sol
itary Habits of Youth—those* secret ;uiri solitary
proctieeß more fetal to their victims than the
song of Syrens to the Mariner of Ulysses, blighting
their must brilliant hopes or anticipations, ren
dering marriages, &c. impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
' 'illy, who have become the victims ol
Solitude Vice, that dreadful and ties true live habit
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
thousands of Young Men of iho most exalted ;
tab ni and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise
tnv•' entranced listening senates with tho thun
ders of eloquence, or waked lo ecsUiny tho living
lyree, may call wiih full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or
e i :iic debilities, deformation, Ac, speedily cured, i
He who places himself under the caru of Dr. J.
may religiously confide on his honor :is a I
gentleman and confidently rely upon hi** skill as a j
physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
immediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease —which renders life mise
rable and marriage impossible—is the penalty I
paid by tho victims of improper Indotgenciei
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses
trom not befog awaro of tho dreadful consu
quences thai may ensue. Now, who that under
stands tho subject will pretend to deny that the
power of procreation ts lost sooner by those foil
ing into Improper habits than by the prudent?
Resides being deprived of lh"e pleasures of
healthy offspring, the most serious and destruc
tive symptoms to both body and mind arise, Tho
system becomes deranged, the physical and men
ial functions weakened, loss of procreative ik>w
er, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
the heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a
wasting of tho frame, coughs, consumption, de
cay ami death.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
Pi*r-Oiifi ruined in health by unlearned pretea- j
ers who keep litem trilling month after month, ]
taking poisonous and injurious compounds, should j
apply Immediately,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lot*
don, graduate trom one of the most eminent t '>»i- j
leges in (he I'nited Stall's, and tho greater part
Ol whose life has been spent in the hospital.- ot
London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, ha- |
effected some of the most astonishing cine- j
that were ever known ; many troubled with ring
ing in the head and ears when asleep, great :
nervoneness, being alarmed at sudden sounds. |
bash toincss, with frequent Mashing, attended
sometimes With a derangement of the mind, won i
cured immediately.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured
themselves by Improper indulgencies and solita
ry haMta, which ruin both bony and mind, uulh
ting thOrn for either business, sludy, society, OT
marriage.
These are sotne of the sad nnd melancholy ef
foots produced by early habits of youth, viz:
Weakness of tin l Hack and Hindis, Pains iv the j
Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
er, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Irritability, Derangement of thi? Digestive Func- |
tions, General Debility, Symptoms of Co_*tfcnp-
The fearful effects on ihe mind are much to t«»
dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas.
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
lo Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid ,
ity, &c, are some of the evils produced.
Thousand* of persons of all ages can now judge !
what is the cause of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about
tbo eyes, cough aud symptoms of consumption.
who havo injured themselves by a cortoio prac
tice indulged in when alone—a habit frequently
learned front evil companions or at ichool, ihe
eflbetS id' which are nightly felt, oven when
asleep, ami, if not cured, renders marriage im
possible, and destroys both mind and body—
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, tho pride of his parents, should Ik*
matched from all prospects and enjoyments of
life by the consequence of deviating from tho
path of nature and indulging in a certain secret
habit. Such persons, mu*t, before eoutempla
reflect that a sound mind and body are tbo 0.001
necessary requisites to promote connubial hapi
iMss; indeed, wilhont, these, l|;c pru i >u*y through
lite becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
shadowed with despair and idled with the mel
ancholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has imbibed tho seeds of this
painful disease, it too often happens that an ill
timed sense of shame or dread of discovery de
ters him from applying to those, who, from edu
cation and respectability, cau alone befriend him.
He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filed- hi
pecuniary substance, Keep him trilling month
after month, or as long as the smallest fee con be
obtained, and with despair leave him with ruined
health to sigh over his galling disappointment, or
by the use of that deadly poison Mercury, hasten
the constitutional symptuns ef ihe terrible dis
ease, such as Affection of the Head, Thr<>av
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid
ity till death puts a period to his dreadful suilVr
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston offers Lbs mot*
I .rtain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy In
■ the world.
OFfc'it )B, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side going trom Hall imore street, a few
doors from the corner. Pail not to observe the
name and number.
MtjETNo letters received unless poet-paid and
containing a stamp to be used on tho reply, per
j sons writing should state age, .and send jwrtion
; of advertisement describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing aud
t Worthless impostors advertising themselves as
I Physicians, trifling with and ruining the health
'of all who unfortunately fall into their power,
1 that Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say ee>
i jiecially to those unacquainted with his rcputa
j tion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always
hang in Ins ollice.
The many thousands^cured at this btstitutlon
within the Ktst eighteen years, and the nume
■ pons Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
-1 -ton, witnessed by the reiwrtew of the "Smr
and many other papers, notice of which appeared
' again aud again before the public, besideshi_
j si ami ing as a gen I lonian of character aud respon
sibility, is a suiiicicieut guarantee to the .iillic. <i:
| VUftK UYoifilVlC I.YSTITUTi;,
J 13 AND In EAIGHT ST., NEW YOKK CITY.
The objects of this institution, which has been
I iv successful operation for more than twenty
years, are iwo-fold, viz:
1, The Treatment and < aire of tho Sick, wit h
out poisoning them, by Hygienic agencies aJ
2. To furnish a pleasant, genial lions to Mends
: of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they
i Lslt this city.
CURE DEPARTMENT.
Thousands of invalids havo been successfully
| treated at this institution daring the past twenty
1 rears, and its fame is known wherever the Kng
lish language is spoken. Its appliances for the
! treatment of disease without the use of poison
litis drug* are the most extensive and complete of
any Institute In America. They comprise the eel
' cbrated
tbo varied aud extensive resources of Iho
LIFTING OURfe,
MAGNETISM,
Healthful Pood, a Pleasant Heme, etc Partial*
;ir a I lent ion is given to the treatment ol al) forms
OHBOmO DISEASE,
specially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia,
Jonstipation, Torpidity of the Liver, weak j
.lings, ami Incipient Con-umpibm, Porolj lis.
'..or i 'ireulation, General Debility, * 'urvature of
_._Spine, Scrofula, Discuses of the Skin, Ute- !
Ine Weaknesses and Displacements, sperma- I
orrbeo, etc.
Anyone vvishing further information should
tould -end for a circular, containing further par
mlars, terms, etc., which will be-sent free by
eturn mail.
HOARDING DEPARTMENT.
We are open at all hours oi the day and nigh
for the reception of boarders and patients. Out
location is convenient of aooessfteia the railroad
depots and ■teamboari landings, and to the bus!
nose pati of the city, street cars possneor the
doors to all pans of the city, making it a very
convenient stopping place for persons visiting the
i,it on business or pleasure. Our tabic is sup
plied with tho best kinds of food, healthfully
prepared, and plenty oi it. Ie these rospeets it
Come and see, aad learn how to live health
fully Ut home j:. ,;. ,-uutble.
Proprietors.
U follows :
I M—MAILTSjUJI torWhiteSatphnr
Spi Lags connecting at Gofdoasvills with orange,
■ Alexandria and Manassas train lor 'Washington
; ami North, and Lynchburg and South.
3:36 P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN A
i lonii»n-\ ill-, except on Saturday, on which da
it leaves ai op. m. Thta train oonnects at. Go
rille with the night trains on too Orange
Alexandria and Mniub fas railroad forLynchbm
j and Washington.
THROUGH TICKETS, sold m low rate*, t
all points Northwest and Southwest,
Steerage tickets from Liverpool, Qneenstowi
. rdam, Antwerp, Hamburg, Havre. Rol te
1 dam, Bergen, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg, t
; all points on this road can be bonghl of 111 r. (;
! neral Ticket Agent at Richmond, or can be o
dered through any station agent on tbe road.
Further Information may bo obtained at tl
! company's oltlce.
No Passenger Trains nro rnn on Sundar*.
! * A. II PEKKY.
General Supcrintendont.
.Tamrs F. NsTHIEtJJrD,
General Ticket Agent, oc4
nicHßtoro ami
IV YORK RIVER KAILROAI
N«TH IK TO SHIPPERS ANI» THK TRAVEL
iwa PUBLIC.
>1 aSTAWtIt-UHgt 09 THK DAILY LINK BBTtVEfiM
MCHMONP, BALTHCOH-S, PgH-Aing-PHIi
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AN.. PS ALL roiNl's'NoUTH A.M* BAST, WHST AX
JJUBTHWBdT.
G KEAT REDUt TION UK PAKE t
accommodations unsurpassed *
PamengoT Train leavea Richmond depot dall
(Sundays excepted) al :t P. M, oonneetlngi
west point with tin; lirst tin's steamers
EASTERN CITY and DANIEL AY EHSTER,
touching at the river landings nnd arriving i
Baltimore on the following morning in time to
connect with trains North and Wist.
Through Tickets nnd BaggageCbe«ke4 to nl
Points.
Passenger Train leaves at .1 P. M. on Slfti
DAYS tor West Point only.
H lamer leave pier Noi iv, 144 Light street. Ba
Umenk daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 P. M,, ar
rti Ing in Richmond the following morning at i:
Uy tiii.-* Una passengers enjoy a good night'
Pii Ight train, With passenger car attached, wi
leave dally (Mondays excepted) at 4 A.M.
Freights received daily, carefully handled, an
promptly forwarded.
Through bills of lading Riven to all points.
From Kichmond to Baltimore $ 3 I
** " Philadelphia 7 5
" New York 10 I
" Boston, all rail from
New York 16 7
" Boston, via the Sound 15 _■
Excursion tickets io New York and return,
•rood for 3D days 1_ t
To Baltimore and return _ ix
WM. N. DKAGG, Sup't.
J. L. Tavlou, Ticket Agent.
S. ('. G hasty, (General Agent, Haiti more
T> l< IIMOM> AM) I) A WIELE RAILROAD
IV <>n and after July 2Stb. 1871,
GOING WEST :
Train No. ? (Through Passenger) leaves Kich
mond dally {except Sunday) at 4:(W A. M.j leaves
Danville at 11:03 A. M.; arrivesat Greensboro'at
J'ruiu No. 0 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Richmond daily at B:10 A. M.; arrivesat Lynch-
Tram No. 11l ( Freight and Accommodation)
leaves Richmond at 6:00 P. H.; arrivesat Hurkes
vllie at P.M P. M. t stepping at all way stations
daily [Sundays excepted.)
Train No. 11 (Through t/S&U and Express)leav( -
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M.j leaves Danville
daily at 10:42 P. M.; arrives Ot Greensboro' dail*
GOING EAST :
Train No. 14 (Through Mail and Express)
leaves Greensboro' daily at 7:60 P. M.J leaves
Dan villo daily at 10:] 2 P.M.; arrive? at Kichmond
dally at 6:14 A. M.
Train No.!»( Through Passenger) leaves G raens
liorri' daily (except Sundays)at 11:0(1 A. Iff.:loaves
1 tan ville at 1:87 P. M.J arrives al Kichmond at $:f£
"I'min No. io (Lynchhorg Passenger) leaves
Lynclrtmrg daily at 8:30 A. St.; leaves Rurkeville
at IP. M.; arrives at Kichmond at 4 P. M.
Train No. *( (Freight an<\ Accommodation)
leaves Burkoville at 4:;<o A.M.; arrives at Rich
mood at S:4o A. IU., Stopping at all way sta
ti' -lis daily tSundays except) d.)
TrainsNos.2and il connect at Greensboro'
wiih Trains on North Carolina railroad for all
points South.
Train No. 0 connects at Rurkcville with
Train on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
for all points Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South ami
Southwest can tie procured at the ticket ollice in
Kichmond, aud of K. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad. No. !.",_,'»
Main street, Kichmond
Papers that have arrangements to advertise the
schedule of this company will please print a_>
above, .TOihVK. macmurpu,
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
T. M. K. Talhitt, Eng*rand Sup't. an 24
SCHEDULE ' RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, comer
Byrd and Eighth streets, as follows :
The I>,VY TRAIN daily at 5:20 A. M. Arrives
in Washington ;i i 12:1 ft, Baltimore (except on
Sundays) at 2:15. Philadelphia at 6:lfl, and New t
York at 10:20 p. M. THE SAME DAY.
The N IGHT TRAIN daily (except on Sundays)
The DAY TRAIN arrives in Richmond at 2:17
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives iv Richmond
(Mondays excepted at S;3O A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil
ford leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays'
excepted) at 4:80 P. M. Arrives in Kichmond at
'FREIGHT TRAINS loave Richmond en
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 6:46 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAGE Cheeks to all tho principal points in the
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
TICKET OFFICE, corner Ryrd and Eighth i
General Ticket. Agent.
I!' [>. M-SfcJ General Superintendent.
yyuiXT pa,sm:nui:r route
RICHMOND AND THE
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
VIA
ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO K. il- i
This Great Passenger Route is composed of the
Kichmond and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mis
sissippi and Ohio railroad, Ea-,l Tennessee and
Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia
railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eaiho.i.l,
and Mem)>his aud Charleston railroad and their j
connections. Passenger trains leave Kichmond
daily at _:lf* o'clock a. tn. aud 6:06 o'clock p. m., 1
making close connections throughout to j
Lynchburg and all stations on A., M and Ohio I
nhUroad, tCnoacvtile, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
I Junction, Mcmphts, New Orleans. (Chattanooga,
! Canton, Jackson, Vk-kshurg, Uobile, Ualion, At
lanta, Rome, Selma, Macon, Colambus and all
points South and Southwest, Nashville, Oolum
bas, Chicago, Cairo St. Louis and all points
North and Northwest.
j Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping sal's on all night }
trains.
Good eating-houses, nnd ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by auy other route.
For furtiier Information, apply nt the oillco of
the Virginia and Tennesse Air-Line Kailway,
1336 Mam street, or at the office of the Kichmond
and Danville railroad.
R. F. WALKER.
! "vrrAftHiVfaTON ani> ouio railroad.
SPRING SCHEDULE, BEGINNING
Two Trains daily (except Sundays) between j
Alexandria and Hamilton.
Leave Alexandria at 6:40 A. M. and 0 P. M. i
arrive at Hamilton ai 10-.6SA.M. and 7:96 P.H.
Arrive nt Alexandria al R:O6 A. If. and 2:36 I*. M.
The 5:40 A. M. train from Alexandria and 12:16
P. M. train from Hamilton, connect at Hamilton
with Kemp's Daily Line of Coaches lor Purcell
\i'|f ( Snickersville, Kerry\ille and "Winchester;
also, with Reamer's Line'of Coaches, which leave
Let^burg daily for Aldieand Middleburg.
Annual tickets, sixty dollars; eoinmillation
tickets (25 trips) at 3H cents per mile.
jo 16 I J'ueial Ticket Agent.
T)H'UIWOND ANI> DANVILLE AND FIKD
XV MONT RAILROADS. OFFICE OF GEN'L I
TICKET AND FREIGHT AGENT, Jticniev* |
NOTIOKTO SHIPPERS.—The arrangement- |
Ueretofbre existing tor ihe shipment of freight j
South, via Greensboro', on through bills, having
been discontinued by the North Carolina Uailroad
Company, all rales to points south of Greensbo \
ro', heretofore given to shippers are revoked.—
Hereafter no rates will be guaranteed beyond I
Greensboro. JOHN R. MfACMUKDO,
i J.'U't Tickel and FTeigM
T. M. R. Talcutt, Engineer mh\ aiir-'t.
rpUCKTATB JOUBNAL ti aa excel leal ■*
/ tItASOE, ALEXANDRIA AHO !__s_*■
\/ SAS RAILROAD.
(In and after Sunday, January 20, ISTI, one
iilv passenger train will run Irriirran WASH
\C,TON .-mil I.YNUHHURO, connecting at
ordansrllls with tin. Chesapeake and Ohio
ailroad to Richmond, Staunton and the TiiTtn-
Spriiurs; at Lynchburg for tho West and
lulhwest, anil at Washington, to the North and
orthw.'r?t.
Leave Washington daily at6:<l.l a. in, ami Alci
ndri.iatßa.ro., arriving at Lynchburg at S 06
t. m.
Leave Lyni-liliiirg at 8:M a. m., arrive at Alex
idrla at Site p. ra., and at Washington at 5 in
. m.
Kor MANASSAS LINK leavo Waehingu.n
lily (excepting Sunday) at 1(1:3(1 am; leave Al
xandria nt 11:20 a. m., pas. strasburg at t:_l
m., and arrive at llarrisburg at 7 jp. m.
Eastward, leave Uamsbort at6:3fia. m; pa*s
trasburg at 9.2.1 a. m., nrrivn nt Alexandria at
Xi p. m. and at Washingtnii in timo for cunneov
g witb the 3 p. m. train from Washington to Hal -
more.
Hood connections, hy comfortable coaches, are
made to Kairfax Court House from Fairfax sta
ion; to Middleburg from Plains; to Uppenin,.
from Piedmont, and ta Stauaton tun Harrtxtn-
Imrg.
Elegant sleeping cars are ma dally botwet*
New York and Lynchburg, witheut change.
Also, cars thrsugh between Baltimore aud
.vnchburg, avoiding the Inconvenience of trans
r in Washington.
Through tickets and baggage chocked to all
rominent jioinUs. J. M. RROADUS,
mh 7—tf General Ticket Agent.
STEAMSHIPS
J LIOII MM YORK.-OLD OO-
P MINION STEAMSHIP COM
ANY.
The splendid new side-wheel Sleniushti*
SAAO HELL, ALHEMAIiI.E, SARATOGA,
ATTERAS and NIAGARA leavo New Tork
■ trlitlk, City Poinf aad Richmond every TU__-
AY, THURSDAY aad SATURDAY, at I
I In se ships are entirely new, and were bulii
xpressly for this route.
They have Bplendid saloons and ■late-rooms,
id tho accommodation)* aad attention are u_-
Goods shipped by this line are landed regu
rly at New York, on the ('ompauy's covered
. r. M 7 Niirlh river, within forty-eight hours.
Insurance effected when ordered, at a gun
r.R oe «\|. tea cum. at i in, ollice of this com-
Freights for-points »youd New York forwarded
ilb dispatch, aad no charge made, execept ae
nl expenses incurred.
*_" l-'or further Information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
la I—tf No. 3 Governor street.
rIKCtIMA STEAMSHIP AND "ZtgjSkX
PACKET COMPANY. "Stfifti V
Tlie steamship GIiORGE B. UPTON leatea
cw York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
very TUESDAY.
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leaves
cw York every TUESDAY; leaves Richmond
very Friday'
Frr-igllt received dnily.
Close connections made with steamers for a
.mtliern and Eastern |torts.
D. .1. HURR, President,
Vashiniitux k ('»., Agents, Kichmond, Va
Pier 13 North river. New Yark. '_ apt
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r wateasetoeets, urinals, sinks, sowers, ce*s
tools, stables, kc.
A specillc In all contagious and pestilential dis
isep, as cholera, typhoid fever, ship fever,small
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tc. Prepared only hy
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Sold by all Druggists.
A NEW i:iU IN MASHING 1
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H Mchray Stiikht, New York.
Sole Agents for the States of Virginia, North and
South Carolina. Georgia and Florida.
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FOR AUTUMN OF IS7I.
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i our large and complete stock of
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RNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS AND
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TAL TREES.
ULBOUS FLOWER ROOTS.
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