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S .\TUKDAY EVENING. OCT. 28,1871.
s.iii.lay-scho.il-. Admitting that they are
n -i-fill" beyond our finite calculation, and
that, as an agency in Christian civilization,
I land in one -of the places of highest
importance, it will BOt be amiss to inquire
whether there may not be in them some
tendencies to evil, some wrong idens, some
mi-conceptions of the highest end to be
south* in their operation and management.
let us touch the heart of the matter in
I reason for sending a child to a Sunday
,1, or of Seeking to bring a child into a
Sunday .icbool, except to make a Christian
of liim. We arc in tlie habit of speaking
0 f .Sunday-schools as "nurseries of the
chnrohj" and no phrase could be happier
in defining that which is undeniably the
Bret object of a Sunday-school— namely,
t hristian nurture. There is a class of Sun
,l.iv-schools, in large cities mainly, that
need instruction in the facts of Christianity,
but it is true that the great mass of children
know the story familiarly, and need nothing
no much ns to'be religiously impressed and
solemn choice into a direct relation with
the great object of worship, and into a vol
untary ami lo\ing allegiance to liim. The
taught us that the principal good results of
Simday-schools come not from enterprising
uid gifted superintendents; come not from
interesting and funny story-tellers, who are
men ;" come not from sharing sacred Words ;
to Yankee Doodle, or of frivolous words to |
-till more frivolous tunes; come not from j
huge feats of memory in the rehearsal of .
none of the numberless tricks resorted to \
for enthralling iuvenile interest and exciting
juvenile ambition nnd love of praise; but !
from the personal influence of Christian !
teachers, who, knowing their scholars inti- '
nately and loving them tenderly, lead them '
their own Christian character into theadop- j
Nothing is more notorious than the fact I
that it man may carry the whole scheme of j
Christian truth in his mind from boyhood |
• i old age without the slighest cfleet upon |
Ilis character and aims. It is there, but it i
t'lati the multiplication table. A comm u- j
.-ante time, almost hopelessly frivolous or
school which does DO more than teach fails j
i ilirs resides almost entirely _in its
and are possessed by the Christian*, love of
this young natures committed to their
have endeavored to lead j
-'.. Sunday-school. The highest office of
this age, or of any ago, is that of Chris
tian teacher ; awl a man who can look wilh
contempt Upon the Office Off Sunday-school
teacher, or regard it as detracting in any
degree from his personal dignity, betrays
inevitably the feebleness of his conceptions
and the shallowness of his piety. How
many eh arches are there in which there are
not men and women who look upon Sunday*
I low many Sunday-schools are there in
which there are not teachers who stand
fusing themselves to receive and profess the
In our judgment, there is a vast amount
of machinery instituted by professional
Sunday-school men that is the veriest hum
bug, "They have complicated that which is
unspeakably simple. They have under
taken to do'that by artificial processes, and
by ingenious contrivances, which can only
Eie dons well through the instincts of a
oving heart and a heaven-enkindled /.eal.
The touch of a gentle hand in the exiiibi
bition of a personal affection and interest,
is worth ten thousand times more than the
most elate.tale exposition of bible truth on
a black-board. If superintendents and
teachers possess comn on sense, and know
exactly what they wish to do, and wish
Hrst alld most to make Christians of their
children, let them follow their own meth
ods, and leave the professional methods to
(hose who need tbem.— -Scribner'* Monthly.
Il.ir.iil'tmii lv < ."Hie <.rowers—. oivill . flic
Vine ou llie Vine.
Father AjCeoW, of the Santa Olara col
lege, has translated from the I'nila Calloli
_. the following article: Dominie Parana
was very anxious to reduce bis own exten
sive vineyard to one single and particular
kind of grape. To destroy ail the old \ IMS
I ami replace them with new ones he
t was a plan which, beaidearequiring
aortlinui'V outlay, would be against
tier feelings of an agriculturist, who
ly cannot but with great repugnance
c idea of destroying those plants
for years havo proved beneficial.
raft all those vines anew would be a
of doubtful siiccess.and besides would
I the proprietor of an almost cer
:omo for many years to come. In
Ist of such perplexities an idea oc
t-.. the mind of I'erone, and this was
; the vine on the vino. Such an ex
m, on account of i'.s novelty, is at
ght almost incomprehensible; but it
es intelligible as soon as the reader
Njttainted with the method adopted
rone, which is as follows: He at first
picks up with great care aud discrimination
some grapes perfectly ripe of that kind which
he wishes to introduce into his vineyard,
and keeps them in a dry place. When
in the Spring, by making a small cut in
the vine, it bleeds and the sap oozes out, '
he makOß a hole in the lower part of
the main slock with a gimlet, and intro
duces into it a seed of the grapes pre
served. This is what he calls ".sowing."
I seed—which has been kept alive for
is by the moisture contained in the
—being Immersed in a liquid houio-
US and connatural, now germinates, I
tie sap, hardened by the contact of
r, envelopes the root of the new little
, which identifies itself with the main
and grows up with the other J
•hes. Meanwhile, the mother vine
lew off-shoot is pruned. The third
it bears grapes. Then the oltl vine is
hove the newly sown plant, and tint
hange of renovation is perfectly ope
ilans have been proposed for the sale
noeenpied lands in Virginia, anil will
tpace in your paper to present another
ten farmers having land for sale iii the same
neighborhood, seek a competent person
from some of the Northeastern States that
now resides near them, he having an in
terest in the settlement of his immediate
on, Pay his expenses and % moderate
and intellectual character of tba people t
here and their dispositions to encourage
immigration, sell tlieir lands, antl treat ]
kindly all persons that conic here to im
prove and build up our country : and when j
parties come among us to purchase lands
let us by all means support the lecturer's j
statements, put our lands at a price that
purchaser will be able to pay for them, and
make the necessary improvements, and
above all play no deceptive tricks in rel .1 it Hi
to the title. 1 know one or two parties
that have done more harm to immigration, |
than half a dozen such agents or lecturers
can set right. Farmers of Virginia, think
of this, f believe from my acquaintance in
the Northern States it would work.— /•',,-
Metalline. —An invention is spoken
of in Xalure which aims at the entire aboli
tion of oils and all other lubricating mate
' motion where metallic friction is to be
vcrcome or expected. It is claimed that
uch a result has been actually achieved,
nd that there are engines now running
ith this material, which tbe proprietors
vcr have worked to complete satisfaction
'or weeks and months. It is stated to be
ie work of a scientific and practical gen
cman, well known both in this country
and in Europe, who has spent a great many
cars in the study of physical forces and
heir effects, with especial reference to
metals. In a general way, the discovery —
which has received the name of metal- |
me—-is described as consisting of such i
ombinations and manipulations of various |
nctallic substances as to make a surface on
which the ordinary axles, cranks, pins, I
lides, etc.. of iron, steel, brass, or any .
thcr metal, will run with much less fric- !
on, without heat that comes within the ]
lightest possibility of danger, and without
lcrcase of the motive-power used.
Lioutnino Rods.—Professor Henry's
views in regard to the best method of con
structing and erecting lightning rods appear
to differ from those of some other scientific
authorities. In a published letter on the
subject, Professor Henry says that the rod
should consist of round iron" of about one
inch diameter, and that its parts through
out the whole length, should be in perfect
metallic continuity by being secured to
gether by coupling ferrules. To secure it
from rust the rod should be coated with
black paint, itself a good conductor; it
should terminate in single platinum point.
The shorter and more direct the course of
the root to the earth the better. 1 {endings
should be rounded anil not formed in acute
angles. It should be fastened to the build
ing by iron eyes, and may be insulated
from these by cylinders of glass, the lat
ter point, however, not being of special im
portance. Tho rod should be placed, in
preference, on the west side of the building,
and it should be connected with the earth
in the most perfect manner possible.
b FURNITURE.
W MANUFACTURING
Beauti.il sets of-Walnut Parlor, Chamber and
Dinhig-Rooiu FURNITURE. 1 also keep on hand |
an assortment of the cheapest
Chairs, Tabi.ks, Bsbstsads,
U-kliA-S, Wasiisiaxiis,
Looki.no-Gi.._si. , Maithas.-.s,
Boi.stkes and 1 .1-i.oivs,
Louni.es, Sofas, Omits,
Ckaoi.es, Tecs lU.B B-DSTSID*. !
All lower than can he hmiijhl elsewhere.
' nls carefully packed for shipping. '
P ARTHUR ROONET.
R.atinsis—Governor and Franklin Street*.
0-1 m
I-INTTIJI-E.
JIUUMI'LRE.
We have now on hand n larye nnd superior .
stock of
CHAMBER, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM ]
F U KNIT U R E,
made by the most experienced workmen, of sea- j
wned materials.
We invite all ill need of first-class
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES
to examine our stock before buying. We cannot |
be undersold ill the Stale.
HARWOOD k HITTER,
se 6—3 in Governor street, Richmond, Va.
WOODEN WARE. &c.
TTTASHWOMEICS HB AUti U AI-TKKs
WASH-TUBS,* WASH-BOARDS,
CLOTHES LINES, CLOTI.ES PINS, WASH
ING SODA and SOAP.
Look out for the "TIP-TOP"
The most complete stock of PROVISIONS in
the city. R. F. JAMES,
No. WI Main street,
wii 3m Feur doors above First Market.
SEWING MACHINES
Mi --M MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA., j
and see
THE HOWESEWING MACHINE
Th.• Oldest and Bsel .
The latest in M»tern Improvement..;
The only Machine that secure!
A GOLD MEDAL
for sewing ut the Paris Exposition.
J. V. McKENNEY,
oe 27—il .wis Acent. ,
milE IMPROVED
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Its Sales indicate it; Dei-ability and Popularity :
its Work confirms it.
11 MM SOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neiliter force nor crowd sales. The Machine
must stand n.>on its own merits. Call nnd ex
amine it.
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER k STRONG
mh in—d&wts MS Main street.
GROCERIES, &c.
/ 1 KOrEI.IE.S—FAMILY AMI I A_l .'.
In store and receiving daily
t i IFFEES -Mocha, Laguayra, Java and Rio.
TEAS —Green, Black, Japan, kc.
SUGARS—AII grades.
NEW ORLEANS SYRUPS and MOLASSES.
RICE, SALT, I'HEESE '
WHISKEY—Choice at ♦:) per gallon; Bourbon,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
CHAMPAGNE, SHERRY, PORT, MADEIRA, |
PORTER AND ALES.
BRANDY PEACHES and PICKLES.
CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES
A full assortment of
TOBACCO, kc, lit
T. BALMER k CO.'S,
oc 26—lm SU Main street
! NEW TRICE. !
The undersigned takes great pleasure in pule
lis him; the fact to the public that be has opened
a first-class
on the corner of Hull and Seventh - -
MAxeitrsi-EK, Va ,
and offers for sale fresh and first class goods, at
I less price than usual. Call and examine |
and prices before going elsewhere to buy.
oc IS-WiSlm P S TRAPHAOr...
< lAIII NET MAKERS AND IIR-I.t i. vs*
\j CARPENTERS wanted at
THE FINE ARTS, &c.
11 Ml. »III!lllK\tmlMi ANDREI Olll>
Jf IN(1 IN" Yinii MEMORANDUM HOOK
FOR CONVENIENCE AND SAVING OF
Ml INKY!
1 offer for sale, l.y payments <,f weekly Install'
incuts the largest, li.*! ami cheapest stock ..t
PICTURES strath of Washington.
Italian, French, derman, anil American
CllltllMO AM) Oil. PAINTIMiS
■ -pei ially.
IlaviiiiT made arrangements with leading Im
porting find publishing I...uses of New York and
Philadelphia, l oflhrihem as low us can t... bought
in Aniericn. 1 will furnish any ('linn. lo that is
in tlie American marks I or Imported. Framing
In all descriptions of moulding on the shortest
notice, cheaper than any bouse in Ik* city.
Looking-(Basses all size.., styles and itescnp
ttons Mouldings in length sold chsap, or manu
factored ny U»e foot. Photograph und Rustle,
Frames, Mats, Passepatots, Fancy Nails and
Cord kc. Largs Family Bibles, (tli.most recoi
nlnd editions.) magnificently bound In morocco
ami gold, witli treble gilt clasps, family Album
with Certificate and Record attached, size 11 by
U Clocks from ths most eminent manufactur
ers in the United states. Carpets, John Crossly
_ Son's English ISriisscls, extra superfine and
tine kc, and other description*. Also, Watches
and Clocks repaired by a skillful workman and
guaranteed. .
Betas; the llrst to introduce the system of pay
ing for goods l.v weekly installments, and the
large patr gel hare received tor the hist live
years iv tills city, is a.lesideratum lor llie future.
I am constant ly adding oilier good* to the above
enumerated. ' WILLIAM DAFFRON,
se 2a— dtlm 14:18 Main si reel.
QOUTHER_ IH_o.ll DEPOT.
££___. i). 1 i__ ■ .!_ ■_ t _L''£__ssi-_— —
WALSH k RI'.DDY ; - ■ PueiMti ktqßs.
Now open tn llie puhli* the'j'"'"' .'l'liililr',-!—
__H___a_c_aMMew_=_.___Bß_o____.
—mi—l 11....11 .■■. In ,i nor- BBS —~"— ~~~~
etc.. etc., ever exhibited in our I ily
A good slock nf MIRRORS, OVAL FRAMES,
PiIOTOGRATHS, etc., ;il\vaj2jl^Jj^!^L!i_lLlill'
clnvipesi nnd best in the market. ■
FINE WRITI. (', DCTKg, ALBUMS.
n 11 ■1 11 in n. 1 .. 1 ■__. .I—,i—i. n_-__i_
11.ti1.1-:s, v..1,'. PKN's, sen"l T< V'''\l,.V.lV.',.AL l |'' N!
lit lowest rates. nn...—
ftg.'O. il AND aE^OUgjg^LgßYJtf
Give ns :t call before hltyill. elsewhere. We (lo
a 1 t kinds of ERA.II INi'r.
_■ *____ WALSH k REMIT.
PRINTERS' V. AEEHOUSE.
rpHE LARGEST TYPE I'OU.VDRY
AND M OKB EXTENSIVE
PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE
South of Phihulcphia, is the esttihlislnnent of
ft L. PELOUZE k CO.,
Richmond, Xa.
Tba Richmond .Capoten says:
"Richmond Tick I'oi'MitiY.—The new dress in
Which the Dtspatch lias appeared for some weeks
was furnished by Messrs. 11. L. Patoog k Co.,
proprietors of tbe RMhrnond Type Foundry.
We have been usin. tlieir type for eight or te
year*, and have found them e.pial in durability
and style of finish to tlie best foundries in thi
country and England. Tlieir prices are unifon
with all the other foundries."
The Richmond l!7i iv says:
"The Richmond TrfK Foundry .— We have bee
guilty of an inadvertence in foiling to mentio
that the beautiful suit of type in Which the Win
row appears was mniiufact'.ired for us at. Hi
Richmond Type Foundry. This is the third ou
Bt we have obtained from that establishment
one before and two since the war—and we ar
prepared 10 bear emphatic testimony to the 0"*
ity Willi which the proprietors (Messrs. 11. 1
Pelo.ize 4 Co.) execute their contracts, to I.
beauty and durability of their work, and to tl
fhirnees of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says :
The haudsome typographical appearance of
lllis papa, hns been noticed and complimented by
the press all over tbe country. We take pleasure .1.
statin, thai our outfit was procured from tl"'
Richmond Type Foundry, Messrs 11. L. Polous*
4 Co,, proprietors. J* l.v-deodstwcm
ASSIGNEE SALES.
By Cook .V Laughton, Auctioneers.
T}Y AI'TIIOIUTY 5. THE UKITKD
15 states District ('ourt, forlhe Eastern I>.~
-trict of Virginia. lt> the matter of David R.
.loves, a bankrupt, 1 shall sell at public auctiini,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, IS7I,
■it 12 o'clock M., in front of the 1 Trilled States
1 Vi.'-t-llousc in lb" city of Richmond.
18horse-power,belonging to said bankrupt'- 1 -
late, situated iv King and (_ueen county, near
1 '. t.i.-i-'. die. , ~
Hy Cook ii LaegbtOß, Auctioneers.
.TV 0*
UN FLUVANNA COUNTY,
Iv compliance with a decree of the United
stai.s District Court, for the District o_ Vir
ginia, of August 81st, 1888, in the matter of 11. P.
('l.ilur, ■--~ bankrupt, 1 will sell tit auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER *ra, l«l,
at 1. o'clock M., iv front of the Uniled Slates
Court-House, la the city of iiiehmond.
containing 99 ACRES, lylnsrln the county 01
Fluvanna, fall p.irliculars 01 which will be. iven
on day of sale.
TERMS One-third cash; the balance on n
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to
give notes, interest added, for the deferred pay
ments, the title to be retained by the assign**
until sold notes an paid.
ocll—2.t\v3w Asss_.ee.
By (.'ook Si Laughton, Auctioneers.
_\. S9
r,u ACRES OF LAND IN DINWIDDIE OOUN
-111 compliance with I decree of the United
■states District Court for the District of Virginia,
of An. list 81, IMB, in the matter of John W.
Slate, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Un, UN,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
I -uurt-House, ill the City or Rielim.ne.l, a I X M 1
OF LAND, containing ,',ll acres, lying In Dinwid
dle county, near Cherry Hill, adjoining the lands
Of 11 .1. Hartwell, Charles W. Wells, and olh. 1-
A description of which will be given on day of
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a
credit of six and twelvemonths, the purchaser to
rive notes with Interest ud.lo- from day ol sale,
for Hie deferred payments, lhe litis to be re-
Ujfa the^Usnee^u^^not^gald.
By Cook k Langh-M, Auctioneers.
k tftlQ .E B -S SAL E
INTEREST IN A HOUSE IN Till. CITY OF
LYNt'lilU'RO, viutilMA,
AT AUCTION.
By authority of the United Slates District
Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, in the
matter of Btyll ft Davis, bankrupts, the under
signed will sell, at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER *», 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
Court-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
, property belonging to the estate of R. ft
D.ivi-, a member of said firm :
TUP. TNDIVIDED THREE -FOURTH IN
TEREST
of It. 11. Davis, in a TENEMENT in (,'url s Row,
v. me city of Lynchburg.
Full description of this property will be given
on day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash: the balance on :
credit of six and twelve months, ths piircba •
to give notes, with interest added from day o
safe, for the deforced payments, the, title to he n
; 11... I until said notes nre paid. _
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc _■ ms Assignee.
~T YOUNG GERMAN, well educated an
./V able 10 te.-u-b the _-erm_n and French 1 as
guages, Piano Playing, stc, wants employment
Address, _ TI'ISCO (iliEl.N I B
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REDEMPTION OF FIVE-TWENTY BONDS |
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, t I
SBPTKMBERI, ISTI. >
By virtue of the authority given by an act of
Congress approved July 14, 1t.70, entitled "An
act lo authorize the refunding of the national
debt," I hereby give notice that the principal and
accrued interest of the bonds herein below deslg- j
nated, known as
FIVE-TWENTY BONDS,
will be paid at. tho Treasury of tho United States,
in the city of Washington, on or after the lirst
i ay of December next, and that the interest on
aid bonds will cease on that day. That is to
iv (toupon Bonds known as tho first, series, At t |
f February M, 1882, dated May 1, ISW2, number
d as follows:
1 to 30609, inclusive, of *,_.each.
1 to -tOOH, " WW
Ito 74104, " bHW "
And Registered Bonds of the same Act—
1 to MB, Inclusive, of $50 each.
Ito 4KB, " MM "
110 1899, " IH*> "
Ito 890G, " 11X10 "
Ito 2666 " W*_ "
Ito 2906, " 10000 "
The amount, outstanding (embraced In the num
bers as above) is one hundred million (.100,000,
--000) dollars.
Coupon Bonds of the Act of February 2.1, IMS,
wore issued in four distinct series. Bonds of the
flr»t series (embracing those described above) do
tthe series designation upon them, while
the second, third and fourth series are
r marked on the face of the bonds.
States securities forwarded for rcdetup
ld be addressed to the "LOAN Dl\ I-
Secretary's ollice.
Acting Secretary,
lawiot iweowSt
ir__lUt3 NEW BANK! NO "ROOMS,
). 10 NORTH TENTH STREET,
letwecn Mam and Bank Streets.
*AL TREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AND
ERED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, IS6,">.
SITS received and PAYMENTS made
daily (excepting holidays) from !) A. M. to 4 P.
M., and on Saturday Evenings from 5 to S o'clock.
INTEREST tit the rate of six. per cent per an
nnnl declared and compounded in March. ,1 illy and
November, on all sums of FIVE (IS) DOLLARS
and upwards.
.
Dciiosits received of FIVE CENTS and up
wards. CHARLES SPENCER,
feb I—tl Cashier.
DYE WORKS.
rIHIE OLDEST! ""
THE-LArvGF:ST!I
AND THE BEST !! I
DYE WORKS IN A M ERIC A
Are the STATEN ISLAND WORKS, New York
The Southern Ollice and Agency is at
KIN G'S
PREMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT
NO. 130 Main street, bet. Seventh and Eighth.
|« is—diw3m Rlchnwd. T»
JUOTAUBJUfTR
»" j__* NIGHT HO USE :
NO. 21S, NINTH STREET, NEAR BROAD,
Is proprietor of the
ONLY ALL NIGHT HOUSEIN RICHMOND.
Ucntleinen can be supplied with OYSTERS In
cvi ry style, and with choice WINES, LIQUORS,
nkltllH uI,AI _8.
We will attend to all CLAIMS OF BRITISH
SI IS IE( :TS against the government of the Uni
ted States, payable by the term*of the late trea
ty between Ih* United situ.sand Great Britain,
These claims are for acts committed against
lhe person and property Of subjects of Grent Bri
tu in during the period of the late war, and by the
army or authorized agents of the United States.
CHANDLER, MOU'l-JN k SHIELDS.
TWI'LER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE Is net
1> a thing of yesterday, got up lo gull the un
wary and put money iv the pockets of the pro
prietors. It has stood the test of time. Having
1.c.-ii in the market over thirty yean, its very
uanie will recall to many who are now the re
spected heads of families, the halcyon days of
their youth, with all its joys and sorrows; It Is
still the same; iui'alluble in its operation: aspe
-1 eWe remedy tor youthful indiscretion and folly;
:i true frieiul. It is _*• sale hy all drugm-i- —
BtEDICAL.
I \l\. JOHNSTON,
or THS j
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
OFFICE, 7 St'l'Til FREDERICK STREET.
From his extensive practice in the great Hospi
tal., of Europe and the first in this country, Ti_:
England, France, Philadelphia and elsewhere,
iff»r the most certain, speedy and ellectual
rcme.lv in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Weak s,! tic Ha. k or Limbs, strictures,
Auctions of the Kidneys and Bladder, luvolllll
tary Discharges, lmpoleiicy, ( lener.il 1. 'bthty,
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Idea-, Palpitation of the Heart,
Tin ..lily, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or
or Giddiness, Diseases of ths Head, Throat, Nose
..r Skin, Affection of ths Lungs, Stomach or Bow
baa* terrible disorders arising from the Sol
itary Habits ..I Youth—those secret and solitary
practices more total to their vloUms than the
son. of Syrens to the BCariner of Ulysses, blighting
their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, ren
dertng marriages, *c. Impossible.
Especially, who have become the victims of
Solitude Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit
which annually sweeps U> nn untimely gray*
thousands of Young Men uf the most exalted
talent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise
have entranced listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living
lyres, may call with full cotilldeiice.
Married Persons, or Young Mon contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or
ganic debilities, deformation, kc. speedily cured.
He who places himself under tlm care of Br. J.
may religiously conllde on his honor as a
gentleman and confidently rely upon his skill as a
y.iu.ui. u] , r}ANI(J W _AKNESS.
mmediately cured and full wgor restored.
This dreadful disease—which renders life mise
rable and marriage impossible—Li the penalty
mid by the victims of improper indulgencies.
Young persons are too npt to commit excess. .
rom not being awaro of the dreadful conse
quences that, may ensue. Now, who that undcr
tand* the subject will pretend to deny that tho
wwer of procreation is lost sooner by those ruli
ng into improper habit* than by the prudentf
lesides being deprived of the pleasures of
lealthy offspring, the most serious and destruc
ive symptom*, lo both body and mind arise. The
ystem becomes deranged, the physical and men-
Ull functions weakened, loss of procrentivs puw
•r, nsrvotu Irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of
he heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a
Tasting of the frame, coughs, consumption, de
cay and death.
"A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
Persons ruined in health by unlearned prelen
ers who Keep them trifling month after month,
t tilling poisonous and injurious compounds, should
apply immediately.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don graduate from one of tlie most eminent Col
lege's in llie United States, nnd the greater part
ol whose life has been spent in the hospitals al
London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has
effected some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known j many troubled with ring
ing in the bead and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, bein. alarmed at sudden sounds,
buslifulm. s, with frequent blushing, nt tended
sometimes with i derangement of lhe luted, were
cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. .
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured
themselves by Improper indulgencies and solila
rv habit-, which ruin bolh body and mind, untit
ling them for either business, study, society, or
These are some of Ihe sad and melancholy ef
fects produced by early habits of youth, vi/.:
Weakness of the Back aud Limbs, Pains in the
Road Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
er Palpitation Of the Heart., Dyspepsia, Nervous
Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Func
tions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consomp
tiOß MENTALLY.
The fearful ('fleets oil the mind are mnch to bo
dreaded. Loss of Memory, (.infusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits. Evil Forebodings, Aversion
to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid
ity &c, are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming wean, pale, nervous, and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about
the eves cough and sviiiploius ot consumption.
YOUNG MEN
who have injured themselves by a certain prac
tice indulged in when alone—a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, the
effects of which are nightly felt, even when
asleep, and, if not cured, render* marriage uu-
Ible, and destroys both mind and body-
Id apply Immediately,
nit tl pity that a young man, the bore ef his
try thn pride of his parents, should be
-bed from all prospects and enjoyments of
,y the consequence of deviating from the
of nature and indulging ill a certain secret
[ Such persons, must, before eontenipla
'
MARRIAGE,
n that a sound mind and body are tbe most
isary requisites to promote connubial hapi
■ss; indeed, without these, the journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
shadowed with despair and lllled with the mel
ancholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure llnds he has imbibed the seeds of this
painful disease, it too often happens that nn ill
timed sense of shame or dread of discovery de
ters him from applying to those, who, from edu
cation and respectability, can alone befriend bun
lie falls into the hands of ignorant and designing
pretenders, who, Incapable of curing, lilch hi
pecuniary substance, keep him trilling month
after month, or as lon. a* tho smallest fee can be
obtained and with despair leave him with ruined
health to' sigh over his galling disappointment, or
l.v the use of that deadly poison Mercury, haste
the constitutional Symplons of the terrible dis
e_se such as Affection of the Head, Throa
Nose Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid
ity till death puts a period to his dreadful suffer
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston offers tho mon
certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy i
'"OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, afew
doors from the comer. Pail not to observe tho
name and number.
__" No letters received unless post-paid am
containing a stamp to be used on the reply. Per
sous writ ing should state age, and scud portion
of advertisement describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing and
Worthless impostors advertising themselves as
Physicians, trifling with and ruining the health
of alt who unfortunately fall into their power,
that Dr Johnston deems It necessary to say os
iieciallv to those unacquainted with his reputa
tion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always
hang in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution
within the last eighteen years, and the nume
rous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John
ston witnessed by the reporters of the ' Sun'
and many other papers, notice of which appeared
again and again before the public, besides his
standing Ma gentleman of characterand respon
. .bililv, is a sullicicient guarantee to the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
riMIE M:\VYORK 11YG1ENH INSTITUTE.
1:1 AND 15 LAIGIIT ST., NEW YORK CITY.
A. L. WOOH, M. 1)., Physician.
Tlie objects of this institution, which has been
in successful operation for more than twenty
years, are two-fold, viz :
1 The Treatment and Cure of the Sick, with
out poisoning them, by Hygienic agencies alone.
I To furnish a picas ant, genial Hume to Irieiu.
of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they
CURE DEPARTMENT.
Thousands of Invalid- have been successfully
| treated at this Institution during the past twenty
rear* and its fame is known wherever the Eng
li-h language is spoken. Its appliances for tho
treatment of disease without the use of iioison
ous drugs are the most extensive and complete of
any Institute in America. They comprise the eel-
SWEBISHMOVkMpNT CURE,
Healthful Food, a Pleasant Home, etc. 1 'articu
lar attention is given to the treatment of an rorms
especially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia,
I. i.'.g.' and 'incipient Consumption, Paralysis,
Poor Circulation, General Debility, Curvature ol
the Spine, Scrofula, Diseases ol ths Skin, Ute
rine Weaknesses and Displai lents, Spernia-
Any one wishing further information should
should send for a circular, containing further par
ticulars, terms, etc., which will batons tree by
BOARDING DEPARTMENT.
We are open at all hours ol the day and n.gli
for the reception of boarder* and pau*nt». om
location is convenient of access from the railroad
and steamboat landings, and to the busi
ness part of the city. Street cars pass near the
doors to all parts of the city, making it a very
convenient stopping place lor persons visiting the
city oil business or pleasure. Our table is su;.
plied with the best kinds of food, healthfully
prepared, and plenty of it. Ia these respects it
Come and see; and learn bow to live health
fully lit home T.-i ins reasonable.
' WOOD k HOI .BROOK,
__________________ ■ | m*_LS _ ru*
830 A M—MAIL TRAIN for White Sulphn
Springs connecting at Gordon. Tills wilh Orangi
Alexandria an.l Manassas train for Washingto
and North, and Lynchburg and South.
8:38 r. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN fo
Gordonsville, except on Saturday, on which da
it leaves at SP. M. This train connects at Go
donsville with the sight trains ou the Orange
Alexandria and Manassas railroad IbrLynch bur
nnd Washington.
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, t
all iwhits Northwest and Southwest.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool, l_ueenstown
Au.-teidam, Antwerp, Hamburg, Havre, Rotter
dam, Bergen, Copenhagen, and (iothentinrg, t
all iwints on this road can be bought of the Ge
neral Ticket Agent at Richmond, or cnn lie c
dered through any station agent on tho road.
Further information may be obtaised at *•
company s oflice.
No Passenger Trains are rnn on Sundays.
A. H. PERRY.
General Suporlntende»t.
Jam** F. NsmHßt.-sn,
General Tickot Agent. oo 4
!_D ANO
TURK RITEK RAILROAI
0 SHIPPERS AND THE TRAYEI
ING PUBLIC.
ISIIUBX- or TBS WILT UNH BBrWBB.
D, BALTIMORE, PRILADELPUI A
E W YORK AND BOSTON.
r*I»I<SORTH A-B BAST, TW A*
_OBI'HW_IT.
£lIUOTION OP FARH 1
IMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED
r Train leaves Richmond depot daily
xcepted) at * P. M , connecting s
with the first class steamers
, CITY and DANIEL WEBSTER,
t the riTer landings and arriving In
,n the following morning in time to
h trains North and West.
rickets and llswatureChccke- te all
r Train leaves at s P. M. oa BUN-
West Point only,
leave pier No. 10,144 Light street, Bal
iv, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 P. M , ar
ichmond the following morning at 11.
inn iiassengers enjoy a good ntaht's
rain, with jiassenger sar attached, will
(Mondays excepted) at 4 A. M.
received daily, carefully handled, and
Drwarded.
sene Oil transported over this line,
bills of lading given to all iwints.
mond to Baltimore. • 8 10
" Philadelphia IB
" New York 9 tn
" Boston, all rail from
New York HI 73
" Boston, via tho Sound 13 13
_o and return * 00
W T M. N. BRAGG, Sup't.
Sb, Ticket Agent.
iRAtTT, General Agent, Baltimore
OND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD I
.d after July 2« th. 1871,
GOING WEST :
Train No. t (Through Passenger) leaves Rich- j
mond daily (except Sunday) st 4:03 A. M ; leaves 1
Danville at 11:02 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1
Train No. (i (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Richmond daily at. 13 A. M.; arrives at Lynch-
Tram Ne. lii ( Freight and Accommodstion)
loaves Richmond at 3:03 P. M.; arrives at Burkes
ville al 8.34 P. M., stepjiing at all way stations j
daily Mondays excepted.)
Train No. 11 (Through Mall and Express)leaves
Richmond daily nt 2:40 P. M.; leaTes IMsvills I
daily at 10:42 P. M.; arrives at Greensboro' daily
Train No. 14 (Through Mall and Express)
loaves Greensboro' daily at 7:30 P. M.; leaves '
Danville daily at 10:13. . M.; arrives at Richmond J
Triii n No. *J (Through Passenger) leaves G roeas
lioro' daily (except Sundays) al 11:03 A. M.; leaves I
Danville at 1:27 P.M.; arrives at Rich mond st 1:2- |
Train No. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Lynchburg daily a' 8:30 A. M.; leaves BurkeTillc
at 1 P. M.; arrives at Richmond at 4 P. M.
Train No. "3 (Freight * utl Accommodation)
leaves Burkeville at 4::I0 A. M.; arrives at Rich
mond nt 8:4.1 A. M., stopping at all way sta
tions daily (Sundays excepted.)
Trains Nos. 2 and 11 connect at Greensboro'
with Trains on Norlh Carolina railroad for all
Tola No. 8 connects at Bnrkevllls with I
Train on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
for all jioints Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all jiolnts South and
.oulhwost can ho procured at the ticket oflice in
Richmond, and of ft, V, WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, No. 132.1
Main street, Richmond jj
Papers Unit have arrangements to advertise the |
schedule of this company will please print as I
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
T. M. R. Talciitt, Eng'ranrl Sup't. anj4 1
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
SCHEDULE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave dejiel, eorser
Byrd and >:ighth streets, as follows :
The DAY TRAIN daily at 3:20 A. M. Arrives
ia Washington at 12:13, Baltimore (except os
Sundays) at 2:13, Philadelphia at 6:18, and New
York at 10:20 P. M. THE SAME DAY.
The NIGHT TRAIN daily (except on Snsdays)
at 8:45 P. M.
The DAY TRAIN arrives tn Rishmond at 1:17
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives tn Richmond J
(Mondays excepted at 3:30 A. M. \
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil-I
ford leaves Broad-street Depot dally (Sundays I
excepted) at 4:30 P. M. Arrives la Richmond at
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Rlchino»d en
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 6:45 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS andTHROUGH BAG
GAGE Checks to all the principal points is the
North, liast and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, sorner of Broad and
Eighth streets.
TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eighth
'"•"*■ J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agest.
E. T. R. Mtsks. General Superintendent.
X-vIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE
II HBTWBK.
RICHMOND AND THE
It, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST.
NTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
TWO TRAINS EVERT DAT.
Great Passenger Route is composed of the
_id and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mis
i and Ohio railroad, East Tennessee and
ill railroad. East Tennessee and Georgia
railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eallroad,
and Memphis and Charleston railroad and their
connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond I
■at 0:15 o'clock a. in. and 8:05 o'clock p. ni., 1
lg close collections throughout to 1
liburg and all stations on A., M a»d Ohio
ad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand I
ion, Memphis, New-Orleans, Chattanooga, j
in, Jackson, Vlckeburg, Mobile, Daltos, At
nta, Rome, Selmn, Macon, Columbus and all
lioints South and Southwest, Nashville, Colum
bus, Chicago, Cairo St. Louis and all points ,
North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until nscd.
Baggage checked through. I
New and elegant sleeping sure en all night 1
trains. . ... ,
Good eating-houses, and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
For further Information, apply at the ollice of 1
the Virginia and T.nnosse Air-Line Railway, |
1325 Main street, or ut the office of the Richmond
and Danville railroad. ]
/GRANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS-
V. SAS RAILROAD. J
On and after Sunday, January 2i>, 1871, one !
d-iily passenger train will run between WASH
INGTON and LYNCHBURG, connecting at
(ionioiisville with the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Tirgin- '
~i springs; at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, and at Washington, to the North mid
Leave Washington daily at 6:5.1 a. m, and Alex
andria at 5 a. in., arrilinirat Lynchburg at 3.03
Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 a. m., arrive at Alex
andria nt 5:25 p.m., and at Washington nt 8:1.1
'' 1-or MANASSAS LINE leave Washington :
daily (excepting Sunday) al 1(1:311 a in; leave Al
exandria at 11:20 a. m., pass Sin. I.urg at 4:20
p ra., and arrivo at Harrisburg at 7 p. m.
Eastward, leave Harrisburg at 8:3o a. m; pass
I Strasburg at 8.23 a. in., arrive at Alexandria at
i.se p. m. and at Washington In time for connect
ing with the 3 p.m. train from Wnehlngtou loßal-
Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court Houso frcis Fairfax sta
tion; to Miildleburg from Plains; to Upperville
from Piedmont, and te Stauston tiem Uarrttou-
Elegant sleeping cars are run dally between
New York and Lvnehburg. witheut change.
Also, cars through between Baltimore and
Lynchburg, avoiding tho inconvenience oi i r.uu.
Through tickets said baggage checked to all
IV MONT RAILROADS, OFFICE OF OEN'I.
TICKET AND FREIGHT AGENT, Hi. um..m-
V A , Aco. 'J.'.rit, 1 _71 .
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.—The errnnr.
heretofore existing for the shipment of !.
South, via (JreenslHir..', on through hills, hslit
been discontinued by the North Carolina Rail:... '
1 'onipaiiT, alt rates to point* south of lire..,-!.
j nf, heretofore giren to shippers, are revoked
Hereafter n* rates will be guaranteed beyoi d
j Gr.•ensboro'. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
Gen'l Ticket and Freight Ag.ii .
i T. M. R.Taccutt, Engineer and Sup't.
! su 23—ts
JTEAMSHEPS
I ril-ANt-E OF SCHEMII.E.
The fast and elegunt side-wheel-(.:... • i PAI.I
SADE, Capt. Cbas. NILSOS, Willi, .ne hei v.
i at (Powhatan Steamboat company's si., d, Un
ett*, every TI'ESDAT, TIH'RSDAY MM-HAT
I'RDAY at 7 o'clock A. M., for Kite's Mill,
.touching stall tlie regular landings on Jam
River. Rrtnrning, will leave King's Mill even
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY nnd FRIDAY, ul
_ o'clock A. M., touching at all the bindings.
Freight received every day.
Thursday's trip to Chickaliomtny River is d. -
continued.
All freights for way landing must be prepaid.
For further particulars, apply to Captain on
board, or to WM. P. BRETT, A_ent,
at Powhatan Steamboat Company s Sbe.b
FOR NEW YORK.-OLD IM.
MINION UTEAMSHIP OoM
-I'ANY.
Ths splendid new side-wheel Steam-Ins
ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA,
HATTERAS and NIAGARA leave New York
Norfolk, City Point asd Richmond every Tl ES
DAY, THURSDAY aud SATURDAY. nl I
o'clock P. M.
These 6hips are entirely sew. aiul were built
expressly for this route.
They havo splendid saloons and state-rooms,
and the accommodations and attention are un
<;....* shipped by this line are landed regu
larly nt New York, on the Company's covered
"ier, 87 North river, within forty-eight hours,
Insuranco effected when ordered, at a Qo_n
sr or *5B put -rut. st the ollice of this coiu
mny.
Freights for points lieyond New York forwarded
with dispatch, and uo charge made, exe.-epi :..
nal exjienses incurred.
__T For further tnformatiou apply lo
JOHN W. WYATT. Agenl.
VIUGIITIA STEAMSHIP AMD
PACKET COMPANY.
The steamship GEORGE 11. UPTONlentes
New York every SATURDAY'; leaves Richmond
every TUESDAY.
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leave*
New York every TUESDAY ; leaves Richmond
every FRIDAY.
Freight received daily.
Close connections made with steamers lor n
Southern and Eastern ports.
D.J. BURR, President,
WAsnixoTox it C*., Agents, Richmond, Va
Pier 12 North river, NewYorfc, '"■■
NEW ADVEETISEMENTS.
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Cancer, Syphilis, Scro_ila, I leers, Null Illieuiii,
nnd nil ether Chronic if inc.! Diseases.
Da. P. T. RENE having iust returned 1 row
Ecuador and brouirht wilh him a quantity >'f il.*'
i.'EXI'IXE caXDVRAXUO HARK, st_n.il
through the official recoiuinen.lam.n and nse.
tance of His Excellency lhe President, of l:cun
der, nnd the Government of that Republic, we
are prepared to fill orders for It te a limited ex
lent, and at a price about one-quarter of 'bat
which the cost of the first very small suppl.
comjielled us to charge.
A sersioct article i.- now adverlised and sold
as Condurango. We have, at a considerable ex
pense, and with the co-opernlioll of tlie aulh >i i
ttea of Loja, tlie province where the plant, grow*,
so directed, the chaunel of our supply as lo en
sure that none but tlie GENUINE ARTICLE
shall be sold tiy us; and we particularly call the
attention ef the public, for their Itrolectioii, lo
80 Cedar street, New York.
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