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Friday evening, now io, is7i.|
AKTICK TIIK BATTLE.
Wo clip from the Baltimore American \
the following article, which says precise!}'
what we feel ami belter*, on this subject,
anil commend its profound wisdom and ex
cellent spirit (o our cotemporaries.
The American is one of the hest papers
in the Country, and may wrl! be ;;];ul and
proud of its nohle record and its success iv
compelling (rem its opponents ihe respect
it deserves:
The close of a political campaign is to us j
a happy deliverance from a strain of ex
citement—a sort of Saturdiy night to the \
laboring man —plump sundown, and the
happiest hour ol the "week." When vic
tory comes with the season of rest, which
in our State and city contests lias not been
vouchsafed to us for a year of Sundays, we
shall be moderate and kindly disposed to
our political opponents, more especially as
they have ot late abandoned the rancor
with which we Radical Republicans were
formerly treated. The earnest and deter
mined manner in which we have-maintained
our principles against such heavy odds has
won for us the respect of our opponents,
and we sometimes think that we are be
lieved at last to be conscientious and honest
in our views. This of itself is a victory, and
we rejoice over it with exceeding gladness,
more especially as it lias tended to Strengthen
us numerically by bringing to the polls many
true Republicans who have hitherto been
too timid to face the bitterness, social ostra
lisrn and derision with which Republicanism
has been denounced, more especially in the
rural districts. We are hopeful of the fu
ture, with good promise of carrying the
State for General Grant in 1572, and there- j
fore bid adieu to local political discussion, j
with the determination of giving to our new
authorities, State and Municipal, a fair and i
impartial trial, judging them by their acts,
and condemning or commending as our
judgment may diclate. The canvass just
closed has been one of idea and principle;
tlie candidates for Governor and State olli
cers on both sides being gentlemen of pro
bity and character, decent men of each par
ty compelled respectful treatment, and !
frowned down all the violent personal as
perities which have distinguished former '
contests. ,
We, however, always feel relieved when !
a campaign has closed. The hot work of!
political partisanship is not to our taste.— j
We are glad when llie conflict between an
tagonistic political principles subsides, and '
the more bitter contest between rival aspi
rants for office are at an end. We are then
at liberty to devote our energies to the
more congenial bosk of maintaining tie t
character of the Atnerkan as a first-class ;
newspaper, an organ of public opinion ai
ceptable to men of all parties, 'it is the;
silent, irresistible inllnem-n of the indepen- ' i
dent press that luuulds public sentiment, '
educates the citizen, and in the end compels ! '
the triumph of justice and right. Bee- ! 1
lions, when fairly conducted, are but i '
the tests of progress. The encounters
between opposing political ideas, as
represented by popular elections, although '
sometimes sharp and bitter, are necessarily !
short. The rival forces meet, are in con- j
tact an instant, and immediately retire, i
Rut the great work of educating the public '
mind goes on. There is no political mea- '
sure that has in it the germ of substantial
justice that can be permanently suppressed.
Defeat at the polls only shows that a ma- i '
jority of citizens have not yet been able to '. \
comprehend it. .Nevertheless, each return- ! I
ing test will show a larger number of sup- ■ '
porters, until the apparently hopeless mi- ! '
nority of live years ago becomes the major- i
ity of to-day. i
To the advocacy of that which in our ]
judgement we conceive to be right the i
American will continue to be devoted, and i
whether the doctrines it leaches be sustain- : \
ed by numerical majorities at the polls, or j ,
whether we are compelled to wait for the
decay of prejudice and the dawn of a more :
enlightened era in the politics of Maryland,
we shall labor none the less zealously and
hopefully for the triumph of that justice j
which knows neither color nor creed in its !
merciful administration.
-'lioughifiil I'ai'iiurniilis.
—True happiness does not imply satisfac- '
tion, but continual development. The Stu
dent loves knowledge for its own sake, and
can never cease acquiring ; and, when men ; ■
love goodness and truth for their own sake, j
they shall have the untold happiness, not j
only of satisfying the ever-unfolding needs : :
of their own natures, but of ministering al- ; '
so to those of all others who come within
Urn sphere of their influence.
—All language have a literature of ter-! '
ror about death. But living is far more
terrible in reality than death. It is life
that foments pride, that inflames vanity,
that excites the passions, that feeds the ap
petite, that founds and builds habits, that j
establishes character, and, binding up the i
sepcrate straws of action into one sheaf, j
hands it to the future, saying, "As ye I
have sowed, so shall ye reap."
—If I were suddenly asked to give a
proof of the goodness of (iod to us, 1 think
1 should say that it is most manifest in the
exquisite difference Ile has made between
the souls of women and men, so as to cre
ate the possibility of the most comfortable
and charming companionship that the mind
of man can imagine.— Arthur Helps.
—God sometimes gives to good men a
guileless and holy second childhood, in
which the soul becomes childlike, not child
ish, and the faculties in full fruit and
ripeness are mellow without sign of decay.
— Mrs. Siowe.
— s» i
POWEK OF THE I'IIK.SH.—I love lo hear
the rumbling of the steam-power press, bet
ter than the rattle and roar of artillery. It
is silently attacking and vanquishing the
Malakoifs of vice and the Redans of evil;
and its parallels and approaches cannot be
resisted. 1 like the click of the type in the
composing stick of the compositor, better
than the click of the musket in the hands of
the soldier. It bears a leaden messenger
of deadlier power, of sublimer force, and of
surer aim, which will bit is mark, though
it is a thousand years '.— Chopin.
To Develop Talent.—Place a man in
a position that will fearfully tax him and
try him, a position that will often bring
the blush to his cheek and the sweat to his
brow, a position that will overmaster him
at times, and cause him to rack his brain
for resources. Place him in a position like
this. But every time he trips go to his
rescue; go not with words of blame or cen
sure, but go with manful words of cncour-»
agement; look him boldly in the eye and
speak them with soul and emphasis. This I
is the way to make a man of a boy and a '
giant of a man.
If a man has pluck and talent, no matter
whether he ever filled a given position or
not, put him in it, if worthy, and he will
soon not only (ill it, but outgrow it. But j
put one in a position with a faint heart.—
This is the way to kill him. Put him in
grandly with most unmistakable confidence.
Drop no caveats, but boldly point the way,
and then stand by with a win and counte
nance of a true friend. Thus try twenty
men, such as have been named, and nine
teen will succeed.
—Wm. Cullen Bryant was 77 yean old
on the Id inst.
[BY AUTHORITY.}
UONTKirriON BETWEEN THE IMTF.D ,
STATES OF AMERICA AND THE KE.
! ii in.n of nh:ara(jia.
EXTRADITION.
, Wmd/«MM 2.-,. IS7O— Hatijhd April 11, IS7l—*'«*- j
irirrti",,* Exchanged Junt 21. 1171— Pr&daitMd
rhfttmbti 10, 1171.
BY M-1 PHK-rUFXT Of Til H sf*Tfftß STATE* •* AMRRPA
A Pr'n'iOlti'tt-'-n
1 Whereas a convention for the extradition of l
, criminals between the United Stale- of Amend
; ami the Republic of Nicaragua was concluded
and signeil at Managua, by iheir resjM'Ctive Plen
ipotentiaries, on the twenty-fifth day of June, i
1 ji7o; which convention, being in the English and '
Spanish languages, is word for word as follows:
EXTRADITION CONVENTION BETWEEN
! THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND
THE REPUBLIC OF NICARAGUA.
The United States of America and the Repub
lic of Nicaragua, having judged it expedient, with
a view to the better administratis!, of justice,
and to prevention of crimes within their respec- ,
live territories and jurisdiction, that persona con
victed of, or charged with the crimes hereinafter
mentioned, and being fugitives from justice,
should, umler certain circumstances, be recipro
cally delivered up, have resolved to conclude a .
convention for that purpose, and havo appointed
as Their Plenipotentiaries : the President of the
United States, Charles N. filotte, a citizen and |
Minister Resident of the United Slates in Nica
ragua, the President of the Republic of Nicara- ;
qua, Mister Tomas Ayon, Minister for For[eign]
! Relations, who, after reciprocal communication
of their full powers, found in good anil due form,
have agreed upon the following articles, viz:
ARTICLE i. •
The government ef the United Slated .and the
government of Nicaragua mutually agree to de
liver up persons who, having been convicted of
or charged with the crimes specified iv the fol
lowing article, committed within the jurisdiction
of one of the contracting parties, shall seek an
asylum or be found within the territories of the
| other: Provided, That this shall only be don.*
upon such evidence of criminality as, according <
to the laws of the place where the fugitive or
persssj so charged shall be found, would justify I
his or her apprehension and commitment for
trial, if the crime had been there committed.
ARTICLE If.
Persons sliull be delivered up, who shall have
been convicted of, or be charged, according to the
J provisions of this convention, with any of the
j following crimes :
1. Murder, comprehending assassination, par
ricide, infanticide, and poisoning. .
_!. The crimes of rape, arson, piracy, and muti- ]
ny on board a ship, whenever the crew, or part
thereof, by fraud or violence against the com
mander, have taken possession ol the vessel. •
3. The crime of burglary, defined to be the ac
tion of breaking and entering by night into Ihe
house of another with the Intent to commit felo
ny ; and the crime of robbery, defined to be tho \
action of feloniously and forcibly taking from the
person of another, goods or money, by violence .
of putting him in fear.
4. The crime of forgery, by which is under
' stood the utterance of forged papers, the conn-
I lerfeiting of public,sovereign,or government acts. <
■ j ft. The fabrication or circulation of counterfeit
money, either coin or paper, of public bonds, ,
; banks notes, and obligations, and in general of all
titles of instruments of credit, tlie counterfeiting t
of sea Is, dies, stamps, and marks of State and
public administrations and the uttciauct*thereof. | c
ii. The embezzlement of public moneys, com- i
mitted within the jurisdiction of either party, by j
public officer! or depositors.
7. Embezzlement by any person or persons
hired or salaried, to the detriment of their em
ployer?, when these crimes are subjected to infa- j ,
I nioiis piuiidimeiit.
ARTICLE 111. , t
The movisions of this treaty --hall not apply to j
any crime or offence of a political character,nnd j
» the person or pet sons delivered up for the crimes j
i enumerated in the preceding article, shall iv no I
j case be tried for any ordinary crime, committed I
, previously to that for which his or their surren- i
| der is a.eke^ 1 .
AUTKI.i; iv. <
If the person, whose surrender may be claim- j
ed pursuant, to the stipulations of the present (
treaty, shall have been arrested for the commis
sion of oll'ences in the country where he has *
sought an asylum, or shall have been convicted
thereof, his extradition may be deferred until he 3
shall have been acquitted, -Or have served the
term of imprisonment to which he may have *
been sentenced.
ARTICIX V. *
Requisition! for the surrender of fugitives from
jus.i.-c shall be made by the respective diploma
j tic agents of the contracting parties, or, in the c
event of the absence of these from the country
I or its seat of government, they may be made by
' ( superior consular officers, if the person whose
! extradition may be asked for shall have been t
I convicted of a crime, a copy of the sentence of
[ the court in which he may have been convicted,
authenticated under its seal, and an attestation
ol the official character of tlie judge by the pro
per executive authority, and of the latter by the
minister or consul of the United Mates or of Nic
aragua, respectively, shall accompany the requi
, sitiun. When, however, the fugitive shall have
i been merely charged with crime, a duly authen
: ticuted copy of the warrant for his arrest in the
■ country Where the crime may have been com
luitted, and of the dppositions upon which Mich
t warrant may have been issued, must accompany
the requisition as aforesaid. The President of
| the United Stati*s, or the proper executive an
thority in Nicaragua, may then issue a Warrant
! for the apprehension of the fugitive, iv order that
| he may be brought before the proper judicial au
thority for examining the question of extradi
tion. If it should then be decided that, accord
ing to law and evidence, the extradition is due
pursuant to this treaty, the fugitive may be giv
' en up according to tlie forms prescribed in such
, cases.
ARTICLE VI.
The expenses of the arrest, detention, and I
transportation of. the persons claimed shall be t
■■ paid by the government in whose name the re 1
| quisition shall have been made. .
article VII. ]
This convention shall continue in force during
five (.')} years from the day of exchange of ratifi
■ cations, but if neither party shall have given to <
I the other six (ti) months previous notice of its in- ,
i tention to terminate the same, the convention
. shall remain iv force five (ft) years longer, and so
i on.
The present convention shall be ratified and
' the ratifications exchanged at the capital of Nic
aragua, or any other place temporarily occupied
by the Nicaragua!! government, within twelve
(12) months, or sooner if possible. (
In witness whereof the respective Plenipoten
tiaries have signed the present convention in dv-
I plicate, and have thereunto affixed their seals
Done at the city of Managua, capital of the
j Republic of Nicaragua, the twenty fifth day of (
June, one thousand eight hundred and seventy, *,
i of the Independence of the United States the /
! ninety-fourth, and of tin* Independence of Nica- t
i ragua the fifty-ninth. .
[skal.l CHARLES N. RIOTTE.
Lsi.ai...| TOMAS AVON. j
And whereas said convention as amended has *
been duly ratified on both parte, and the respec
tive ratifications of The same were exchanged at
Managua, on ihe twenty-fourth day of June last,
by Charles N. Riotte, Minister Resident of the
: United Staies, ; ,nd J. D. Rodriguez, Member of
the Chamber of Deputies of Nicaragua, on the i
part of their respective governments ■ l
Now, therefore, be it known that I, Ulysses S. '
Grant, President of the United States of Ameri- 1
ca, have caused the f-;ud convention to be made ]
public, to the end that the same, and every clause *
and article thereof, may be observed and fulllllexl '
! with good faith by the United Stales and the cit- *
izens thereof. «■
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my •
hand and caused the seal of the United States to '
- be affixed.
| Done at Ihe city of Washington this nineteenth 1
day of September, in the year of our Lord one '
thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, and of '
the Independent c of the United States the nine- '
ty sixth.
[heal.] U. S GRANT.
By the President :
Hamilton Fisn,
Secretary of State.
I -NITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, I i
Washi.vuton, D. C, Nov. 2d, 1671.> i
ON THE PETITION OF <.i:oiW._- WATT, i
of Richmond, Virginia, pravlng for the EX- | '
TENSION OF A PATENT granted to him on |
j the mh day of February, J6AB, on which addi
i tional Improvements were granted on the 2d day
of August, IS/iit, and reissued on the 4th day of
August, iv.s, FOR AN IMPROVEMENT IN .
PLOWS—
It is ordered that the testimony iv the case be
closed on the Urn DAY OF JANUARY NEXT,
That the time for tiling arguments and the Ex
aminer's report be limited to the JhthDAYOF
JANUARY NEXT, and that said petition be
heard on the MTH DAY OF JANUARY NEXT.
Any person may oppose this extension.
M- I). LEOfIETT,
no B—iaw:Jw Commissioner,
rjM) tfiWARI) LO.AJAX. (U AFtDi \\ FOR
'j 1 Ihe children of Hyacinth Cozzens, L. P.
i ' Sale, James Win. Smith, guardian for QeOTgS
w. and Robert L. Ellis, Sarah J. Dobyns, Mary
, L. Andrews, James H. Latane, assignee of Wil
liam J. ll.iilc, Robert F. Hay lor, assignee of D.
Sale, Julia CofihlU, and Win. DavU :
You will take notice, ihat iv pursuance of an
order made by Ihe Register La Bankruptcy for
the Eastern District of Virginia, in the matter of
• Mary L. Andrews against A.<i. O'Neale, banlt
i nipt, in the District Court of the United State-,
for the said District, 1 shall, on FRIDAY, the lsi
' day of December next, at the law office of
Messrs. * 'handler in. iVlortoii, iv tlie city of Rich
. moiui, take and report to the .-aid court "an ac
count of the liens against the said bankrupt's
estate."
November -I, 1871,
.IAAHIS M. MATTHEWS,
no 7—lot Special Coiuniissiuuer.
1 W BA|,,,| * H PAPER may lis had at i
Tf OFFICE.
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SMALL FARMS FOR SALE.
spHARMINGrOVNTRY SEATS FOR SALE
AT GUNKTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED,
TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON
AND FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON.
FACILITIES Ft »R
BOATIN<I, SHOOTING,
FISHING, AND
SURFBATHINH
ON SCNNYSIDE BAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HT,
DRED ACRES.
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES
AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FR( >M WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
TITLES (.'LEAR ANI) UN DISPUTABLE.
We want one hundred first-class families, ia
dustrioii->, temperate and enterprising. No ques
tions asked about religion or politics.
You can raise every variety of Fruit, da. * and
Grain.
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained
near the premises.
Direct and rapid shipment of allproduots North
by rail or water.
No one need tVar excess heat or cool nights
for fre.-h breeze- cOflM up the bay and temper the
atmosphere.
To person., of intellectual taste.*, the near vi
cinity of the National Capital is of inestimable
value. It 1h near enough to Washington to allow
one to do business there and be home at night;
or, in winter to residrt in the city and have the
luxuries of a firm home.
We urge our Northern friends not to go West
nor far into the South lo live iv the vrtldentoee.
till they have seen our beautiful iVJgtQ of the
Upper Potomac.
Come and see us here in Virginia. Here yo
will find true hearts ready to welcome you. So
ciety organized with Churches, Schools, Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries of
fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here
you will find the cheapest land on tins continent,
and which is sure to increase rapidly in value.—
Northern men of means are coming in rapldy.
Lauds from $20 to ijl2.» per acre, of excellent
quality to improve, can be bought on long time.
Farms can be rented by those who \vi.-h to stay
a while to try the climate.
Address
"STATE JOLRXAL" OFFICE.
• R
BECK, KNOX & KIRBY,
Real Estate Agents
ftp 12—tf Alexandria. V*
sASSIGNEE SALES.
A SSIC_\EE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE SULPHUR SPRINGS
PROPERTY
IN THE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT, VA.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, made on the tith day of October, 1671, in
the matter of John F. Shields, bankrupt, I shall,
as a.sr-igi.ee of said han,-rnpt, proceed to yell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, ou
TUESDAY, 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, I*7l,
on the premises, the following valuable real
estate, to wit:
A TRACT OF LAND,
lying in tho county of Botetourt, Virginia,
CONTAINING -173 ACRES,
on which is situated the celebrated watering
place, known as
DAGGER'S OU DIBBRELL'S SPRING.
This; spring is beautifully situated at the foot of
Garden mountain, iv the county of Botetourt,
Virginia, nine miles from Clifton Forge, on the
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, aud directly on
the proposed line of said road down the James
river, and three miles from James, river. The
improvements are neat, appropriate, and com
fortable, are in good repair, and sufficient to ac
commodate 200 persons, consisting of a
LARGE HOTEL,
and a row of cottages
CONTAINING THIRTY-SIX ROOMS.
Tho mineral properties, of the water are diu
retic, aperient, and general alternative. Thin
spring has been visited for the last lifty years by
persons afllicted with dyspepsia, diarrlueu, mi
ralgia, diseases of the bladder and kidneys, and
female diseases, who have experienced great re
lief from the use of the water, and iv many in
stances have been entirely cured. This Spring
is -,-ill a place of considerable resort, having had
200 visitors the present summer (lc.71); and were
it now in the hands of an enterprising proprie
tor, would be one of the most valuable pieces of
property in Virginia, and is one of the beet in
vestments capitalists can make. Dr. Moorman,
a very scieinitic physician, who is entirely fa
miliar wilh allot the mineial springs in Western
Virginia, in his work on Virginia Springs, say> :
"Dagger's Springs are very valuable mineral
waters, and will compare favorably with our
hrst-elass mineral springs." Iv addition to the
valuable properties of the water, a large portion
of the land attached to the Spring* property, is
very valuable for agricultural purposes, pro
ducing corn, wheat, and tobacco well, and is well
timbered. Any person desiring to make a profita
ble investment, cannot do better than invest In
this property.
TERMS OF SALE—One-third of tho purchase
money will be required to be paid iv c;udi, the
residue in two equal instalments of one and two
years from the day of sale, the purchaser or pur
chasers giving bonds*, wilh good security, for Un
deterred payments, payable respectively in one
aud two years from the day of sale, and tin. title
retained until the whole of the purchase money
is paid. WILLIAM G. BANKS, "
no o—2awiw Assignee of John F. Shields.
ASSIGNEE'S SALS
OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE COUN
TIES OF PITTSYLVANIA AND LOUISA,
AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the U. S. District
Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, 1 will
sell, as assignee of James W. Milner, bankrupt,
at Cascade, Pittsylvania county, Va., on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER _!,'., IS7I,
one lot at the village of Ca-icude, Pittsylvania
county, Va., and a one-sixth Interest in
ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
lying in Louisa count v. Va. This property will
be sold free from all liens and encumbrances.
TERMS—One third 'ca-sh; the balance on a
credit of 6 and 12 months, equal installments, the
puichaser giving bonds,.wilh quod security, for
the deferred piyinents, and title retained until
all of the purchase money is paid.
THOS. E. OOBBS,
HO 3—laW.IW nee.
PROTECTOR.
MRS. E. L. DANIEES'
■TOOKXIIO SUSPENDER AND PROTECTOR
COMBINED, FOR EADIES,
AND SUSPENDER FOR CHILDREN.
Fattened and Adjusted with Buck leu. thus doing
away with all I.L atur.-, Bnttons and
Biitloii-llolcti, Hookx anil Plnn.
Is the only article thus combined, fastened and
adjusted, for this purpose iv tbe market. AH Im
itations are infringements ou the patent gninted
August 2*.th, IMS, and will l>e >o treated by Mrs
Daniels' conns*.l.
Thin article needs no in:>>i,i,,in,d.t!ion t tor itrtr
(■•o)iim ndt i/tidft't fVSrjl l<i<hi irho MM it, bn'ngthe
mo.it slmjjle, easily mijust'd, and prrfvrt/<»■ it* use
SPSS' i/iirotftwetl into the nvtrktt.
AH physicians recommend its use, and one
whose name is known and respected on both sides
of the ocean, buys aud gives away targe numbers
of them to his pathmtH, declaring that most var
icose veins, weak and crippled limbs can be traced
directly to the stopping of the circulation in the
lower limbs, (and consequently in tbe whole sys
tem.) caused by the old ligature or garter.
Being made entirely of elastio it never strings
or wrinkles like cloth, but is as tlitt aud smooth
alter wearing for months as when first used, and
yields w T ith every motion, thus giving entire ease
to the wearer.
THE PROTECTOR ALONE IS WORTH THE
PRICE OF THE WHOLE ARTICLE.
It is unnecessary to remove the stockings from
the suspender except to ohansjv. and it is really
less trouble than the old fashioned elastic. It
keeps the stocking perfectly smooth without tear
ing ii, and does not injure the limb. Care should
be taken that the whole article is largp enough
not to mcl micomfortable.
AH orders or inquiries bhould lie addressed to
.HERBERT DANIELS,
tJS Clarendon street, Boston, Mass.
au 16 —d&wts
3,000 Eiiflravlnas. JB4oPagc<*<lnnrto. Prl«*§£S
Gi.as to add my testimony in its favor.
[Pres't Walker of Harvard.
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IW. H. Presoott, the Hlstormi.
Tun most complete Dictionary of the Language. \
[Dr. Dick, of Scotland.
The best guide of students of our language.
[John a. Whittier.
He will transmit Iris name lo latest posterity.
[Chancellor Kent. .
ETTM*ir.O(jic.n* parts turpasses anything by ear
lier laborers. [George llancroft.
Beakisu relation to language piimipia does to
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Excels all others" in defining scientific terms.
[President Hitchcock.
So far as I know, beet defining Dictionary.
[Horace Mann. .
Takb it altogether, the surpassing work.
[Smart, the Englhh Orlhcepist. j
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MEDICAL.
i \k. jon\m»)>.
Of lilt-,
BALTIMORE LOOK HOSPITAL,
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET.
Prom bis- pxtanarrt practice m ihofrsmi Husu_>
tab of Europe and tin* first in this country, via:
Fiiglaud, France, Philadelphia nnd elsewhere,
can offer the most certain, speedy and oiled mil
remedy in tbe world tor
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures i
Alfbctinns ot the Kidneys nnd Bladder, Involun
tary Discharges, Impo en. y. General Debility
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low spirits
Cxmfmnon of uleas, Palpitation of tbe Heart,
Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Bight or '■■
or Giddiness, Dtseases of ihe Head, Throat, Nose ■
or Skin, Affection of the Lungs, Stoinnch or How- ! ,
els—those terrible disorders arising from the s->!
--itary Habits of Yomm Uwsss rot runt ssttttary i
practices more fatal to their victims than tbis .
sons; ot 'Syrens to the Mariner of Ulysses, blighting
their most brilliant hopes or anoKpsritons, ran i
doring mnrringep, _tc. Impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
Especially, who have become the victini.s oi
Solitude Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit :
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave j
thousands of Young Men of the most exalted
talent ami brilliant in I elleet, who might otherwise
have entranced listening Senate.-with the thun- '
iters of eloquence, or waked to eestacy the living !
lyree, may call with full confidence. .
MARRIAGE.
Married IVn-ons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or
gaulc debilities, deformation, ho., speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. t ]
may religiously confide on his honor as a :
gentleman and confidently rely upon his skill as a '
physician t
ORGANIC "WEAKNESS
immediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease— which renders lib- mise- (
rabbi and marriage impossible—is the penally
paid by the victims of Improper tadulgenclos.
Young penons arc too apt to commit excesses
from not being aware of the dreadful OOQSSJ ,
quenccs that may ensue. Now, who that meter- ■■ \
stands the subject will pretend to deny that the
power of procreation Is lost sooner by those fall- !
ing into improper habit* than by the prudent ? j i
Besides being deprived of the pleasures oi i j
healthy offspring, the most serious and destruc- ! (
live symptoms to both body aud mind aviso. The j
system becomes deranged, the physieul and men- ! ■
tal functions weakened, loss of proorOSstttrsj now
er, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of j
tho heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a ; ■
wasting of the frame, coughs, con.sumption, de- j
cay and death. { *
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. >
Persons ruined in health by unlearned proton*
ers who keep them trilling month after month, j '
taking poisonous and injurious comi>onhd-> ( should
apply immediately. j 1
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, I.on- , 1
don, graduate from one of tlie most eminent Col- ;
leffsainthe Cntted States, and tbe greater part
of whose life has been * pen tin she hospitals of ;
London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, lias j i
effected some of the most astonishing cures j
that were e.er known; many troubled with ring- ;
ing in the head and ears when asleep, (real
nervousness, being alarmed nt sudden sounds,
bashfuluess, with frequent blushing, attended
sometimes with *t derangement of the mind, v, ere
cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 2
Dr. .T. nddrnimm all those who have injured
themselves by improper indulgeucics and solita- ;
ry habits, which ruin both body and mind, nuiit
ting them for either bujslnesg, study, society, or \ -
marriage.
These are some of the sad and u.rh.nchnly ii
fec ts prudueed by early habits of yoiilh,Vtz: 1
Weakliest, of the Bach and Limbs. Fains in the I 1
Head, Dunne**of .tight, Lonsof muscular IVw- I
er, palpitation of the Heart, Dysprprtfci, Nervous |
Imlahuiiy, D-Taii/enc-nt ot ihe Digestive Ki.uc- I 1
lions, Oeuvrul Debility, Symptom.- of ('oooninp- ' ■
MENTALLY. 1
Tl'.e fearful etlVets on ihe mind an* much to be *
dreaded. Loss of Metnory, Confusion of Ideas, t
Depression of Spirits, Evil Foreboding, Aversion
to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid 1
ity, he, are some of the evils produced. <
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge I
what Is the cause of their declining health, loosing
their Vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about : 1
ihe eyes, congh and symptoms of consumption. J 1
' YOUNO MEN (
who have injured thciu-elvcs by a certain prac
tice Indulged in when alone—a hrtbit frequently 1
learned from evil companions or at school, the J
effects of which are nightly felt, even when ]
asleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage Im
possible, and di.-iroya both mind and body— 1
should apply immediately. I
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, the pride of his parent*) should be I
snatched from, all prospects and enjoyments of i
Hie by the consequence of deviating front the j t
path of nature and indulging in a certain secret j
habit. Such persons, must, before coiitempla- ' \
ling i 1
* MAL'KIAUE,
reflect that a sound mind aud body are the mo: i 1
BSSJSSiiHIi reouisitOS to promote connubial hapi- f
BOM; indeed, without, these, the journey through
life becomes a weary pilio'iniase. Lbs nroapoct ?
hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes 1
shadowed with despair aud fitted with the met- i
ancholy reliection that Die bt ppiness of anothei J
becomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of 8
)>U-a>nre buds he lias imbibed the seeds of this : !
painful disease, it too often happens that an ill
timed sense ot shame or dread of discovery de
ters him from applying to those, who, from edu- '
cation aud respectability, can alone befriend him.
He falls into tho hand. 1 , of ignorant and designing j -
pretenders, who, incapable of curing, iilch hi* .
pecuniary substance, keep him trilling month l
after mouth, or as long as the smalleet fee can be '
obtained,and with despair leave him with ruined
health to sigh over his gaUlng disappointment, or
by the use of thai deadly poison Mercury, hasten
the constitutional symutons of the terrible dis- ! '
ease, such ;ls Affection of the Head, Throat ; .
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid- j [
ity till death puts a period lo his dreadful sutler-
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johustou offers the most :
certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy in
the world.
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side going from Halt imore street, a few '
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe the
name and number.
tt__TNo letters received unless post-paid and *
containing a stamp to be used on the reply. Per- *
sous writing should state age, and send portion
of advertisement describing symptoms. i
There are so many Paltry, Designing and j (
Worthless impostors advertising themselves as j *
Physicians, trilling with and ruining: the health j L
of all who unfortunately fall into their power, j _
that Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say es- | ]
pecially to those unacquainted with his reputa- j
tion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always B
hang in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
Tho many thousands cured at this institution '
within tbe last eighteen years, and the nume
rous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John- "
stou, witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun"
and many other papers, notice of which appcai.d
agSSal and again before the public, besides his !fc
stauding as a gentleman of charncteraud rospon* !
sibililv, is a suilicieient guarantee to the ailiictcd. ,
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY* CURED.
je w—ry ;
fniIENEWVORK HYGIENIC iNSTITLTE
U AND 15 EAIGHT ST., NEW YOR X CITY. ]
A. L. WOOD, M< D., Physician. j
The objects tft this institution, which has been ! (
in miccessful operation for more than twenty ; (
years, are two-fold, viz: ' .
1. The Treatment and (hire of the Sick, with- ; ]
out poisoning them, by Hygienic agencies alone. ' i
ii. To furnish a pleasant, genialHoxb to friends ! ,
of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they J t
visit this city. ]
CURE DEPARTMENT.
Thousands of invalids have been successfully
treand at this institution during the past twenty
years, and its fame is known wherever the Eug
fah language ia rsaken. Its appliances for tbe i
treatment of disease without the use of poison
ous drugs are the most extensive and complete of
any institute in Aur-riea. They comprise the cel
ebrated j i
TURKISH BATHS,
ELECTRIC BATHS, ,
VAPOB BATHS.
SWEDISH .MOVEMENT CURE,
MACHINE YIHUATDt.V,
the varied and extensive resources of the
WATER CURE, '
LIFTING CUKE,
MAGNETISM,
Healthful Food, a Pleasant Home, etc. Particu j <
lar attention is given to the treatment ofaliforma j J
of | i
I ]
CHRONIC DISEASE.
especially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia,
Constipation, Torpidity of the Liver, Weak
Lungs, aud lucipieut Consumption, Paralysis, -
Poor Circulation, General Debility, Curvature oi i
the Spine, Scrofula, Diseases ot the Skin, Ute
rine WsSahuessea and Di--placcmcnts, Sperma
torrheti, etc,
Anyone wishing further information should
should send for a circular, containing further par- i
ticulars, terms, etc., whicli will be stmt free by
return mail.
BOAUDING DEPARTMENT.
"We are open at all hours of the day and glgh
fur the reception of boarders and. patients. Oni
location is comenient oi accesi from the railroad
dejiots and steamboat landings, and to the busi
ness part of the city. Street can pass near the
doors 10 all parts of the city, making it a very
convenient stopping place tor persons vUiting the
city on business or pleasure. Our table is sup
plied with tbe best kituU of food, h.alihfnlly
firepared, end plenty of It. In these respects it
.-• uuequaled.
Come and Bee, and barn buv\ to live health-I
fully at home. Terms reasouuhle.
WOOD ii HOEBROOK,
seS—dhwts PTOj'rietors. '
RsAHROADS
fpUEAAPEAIUC AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after September Ist, PASSENGER
TRAINS leave Richmond (Sundays excepted)
as follow? :
S:3O A. M --"MAIL TRAIN for Whits Sulphur
Spriiiffs connecting .it Gordonsville with Omnga,
Alexandria find Manassas train for Washtturton
and North, and Lynchburg and South
3:33 P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
■ Gordonsville, except on Saturday, on whii h day
It leaves nt ft P. M. This train <-'onnee;* nt Gor
donsville with the Blghl trains OU the Orange,
: Alexandria and NajfcrUMft* railr ad far I.y acta burg
and Washington.
THROT'GII TICKETS, cold .it low rate*, bo ,
all points Northwest nnd Sowthwesl
Steerage tickets from Llvorpool, Q,neenstown, |
J Amsterdam, Antwerp, Havi-e, Roller- I
(lam, Bergen, Coppnliapen, nnd (Jolhenbiirp, to
ail potetl M thlfl road can be bought of the i |*> :
i nenil Ticket Af?ent at Richmond, or can be or
deiril through any station npent on the road.
Further inforijiation may be obtained nt ihe
: company's office.
No Passenger Train- an* run ou Sundays.
A. H. PERRY.
General Superintendent.
jAMfis F. NKrnKkt.Asn,
General Ticket Agent. oc 4
RU IDIOMI AND
YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
NwTIOE TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVEL
ING PIJHLIC.
KU-E-ITAHI.ISIIMKST OP TIIK MAT LINE BKTU'KRJI
RICHMOND, ItALTIMORE, PHIEADEI-PHIA
NEW YORK AND HOSTON.
AND TQ Al.I. AM* HAUT, WFrjT A.tD
SOSTHWRfIT.
GREAT REDUCTION OF FARE I
ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED 1
Ps-WUgMI Train leave,- Uh hmond doput daily
: (S'indayr. excepted) at 3 P. si , connecting al
West Point wilh the first clas* itAmetU
EASTERN CITY aud DANIFJ. WEHSTER,
touching at the river landings nnd arriving in
Haltimnre on the following morning iv tfifce to
connect with tmins North and Wi'-i.
Thro ngh Ticket* uud tJa«cnt,'ft becked hr alt
Points.
IMssenger Train leaves M. ;! P. M. on SUN
DAY'S for West Point only.
Steamer leave pier No. 10,144 street, Bal
timore, daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 P. M,, nr
rtring In Richmond the following morning at 11.
Uy this line passengers enjoy a go «1 night's
Wtt.
Freight train, with car attached, will
leave daily (Mondays excepted) at 4 A. M.
Freights received daily, carefully handled, nml
promptly forwarded.
No Kerosene Oil transported over this line.
Through bills of lading given to »ll points.
FARE :
From Richmond to lialtimorc _• U _»0
'' " " Philadelphia 6 7a
" " New York 1(100
" " Host on, all rail from
New York Iti ~~,
" Hoston, via llie Sound 1"> 2.")
To Baltimore and return B no
WM. N. RRAGG, Sup't.
J. L. TaTLtJt, Ticket Agent.
S. <'. (ihAHTv, General Agent, HaHiinore
KICHMOND A-VDDANViLLK KAU.KOAD
On nnd after July i!!Mh. 1871,
GOING WEST :
Train No. t (Through Passenger) leaves Rich
mond daily (except Sunday) at 4:oa A. M.; leave* ;
Danville at \\.i\2 A. M.; arrfresat Greensboro'at
1.52 P. M.
Train Ho. t» (LynchhuiT Passenger) leavi-s
Richmond daily Ml j:\:> A. Al.; arrives at Lynch
' burg at Ft P. il.
Train No. 13 ( Freight ami Accommodation)
leaves Richmond at fl:0o P. II.; arrives nt Burkes
\lUe at I.M P. M., stepping at all way ststttotu
daily (Sundays excepted.)
Train No. Ii (Through Mail aud ExpretaJlo&YM
Richmond daily at 2:40 I*. M.; leaves Danville
daily at 10:42 P. M.; arrival at Greensboro' daily
at 1:12 A.M.
GOING EAST :
Train No. It (Through Mail ami Express) |
: 1 paves (3-reensbc*ro' daily at 7:50 P. M.: leaven
j Danville daily at 10:121*. X 4 arrives al Richmond
j daily at fi: 14 A. M. '
i Train No. « (Through Pasf-vnger) leaves Greene
boro' daily (except Sundays) at U:o.'> A. M.: leaves
Danville at 1:37 P. M.; arrives at Ilichinond at -$:2iJ
P. M.
Train No. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger) tsaves
Lynchburg daily at H:'.\o A. M.; leaves Rurkeville
at IP. Mtjarrives at Richmond at 4 P. M.
'i'rajii -No. p (Freight and Accommodation)
leaves Rarkevine at 4:30 A.M.; arrives at Rich
mond nt s-:b"> A. X., Mopping at all way sta
tions daily (Sundays excepted.)
Trains Nos. 2 and 11 connect at Greensboro'
with Trains on North Carolina railread for all
points South.
Train No. 6 connects at Rurkeville wilh
Train on Allantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
for all points Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South aud
Southwest can be procured at the ticket office in
Richmond, and of li. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Misafastrml and Ohio railroad, No. I3SB
Main street, Richmond t
Papers thai have arrangement! to advertise the'
schedule of this cutnpany will please print ha
above. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
T. M. It Tai.cqtt, t."g' r ,*_____- Sll^.'..t - MtfJ
1871. 1871.
SUMMER ARRAN(JEMENT.
SCHEDULE RIUILMOND, FREDERR3KS
HURG AND POTOMAO ROUTE, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, corner
Hvrd and Eighth streets, as follows :
Tka DAY TRAIN daily at 6;20 A. M. Arrives
in Wasdiingtos at 13:15, lialtlmore (except on
Sundays) at 2:15, Philadelphia at 6:16, and New
York nt 10:20 P. M. THE SAME DAY.
The NIGHT TRAIN daily (except on Sundays)
at 8.44 P. M.
The DAY TRAIN arrives In Richmond at 2:17
P.M.
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives in Richmond
(Mondays excepted at 8:80 A. M.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil--.
ford leave* Hroad-Hireet Depot dally (Sundays i
excepted) at 4:30 P. M. Arrives in Richmond at
8:42 A.M.
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAY'S and FRIDAY'S at 6:45 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAGE Checks to all the principal pofhts hi the
Norih, East and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
Eighth streets.
TICKET OFFICE, comer Byrd and Eighth
streets.
J. R GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
E. T. D. MYflki*. General Superintendent.
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE
BBTWUI
RICHMOND AND THE
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
VIA
ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY.
This Great Pnjutsager Route is oonansjssd of the
Richmond and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mia
, gisslppi aud Ohio railroad, East TenAessee and
Virginia railroad, East Tennessee, and Georgia
I railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eailroad,
and Mempliis and Charleston railroad and their
connection:-. Passenger trains leave Richmond
1 daily at 9:15 o'clock a. m. and 5:05 o'clock p. in.,
. making close councctioiin throughout to
I Lynchburg and all nations on A. t M and Ohio
[ railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, t l oiinth, Gi-and
: Junction, Memphis, NewOrleatis, tJhattanooga,
, Canton, Jackson, Vicicsburg, Mobile, Dai ton, At
, lauta, Rome, Selmii, Macon, Columbus and all
\ points Sonih and Sontliv.est, Nasliville, ('olum
: bus, Cliicago, Cairo St. Louis nnd all points
; North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping ears en all night
trains.
Good eating-houses, and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
For further infonnatiou, apply at the office of
the Virginia and Teunesee Air-Line Railway,
; 1823 Main street, or at the oflloa of the Richmond
ami Danville railroad.
R. P. WALKER.
jy 31 Agent.
ORANOE, AI*EXA.MmiA AND -HAJIAsV
SAS RAILROAD.
On ami after Sunday, January 2D, 1171 • one
; daily passenger train will run between wAsh
! INtJTON and LYNCIIRURG, coiineciing at,
Gordonsville with the Chesapeake and Ohio ;
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virgin
ia Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, aud at Washington, to the North and
■ Northwest.
I Leave Washington daily at 6:55 a. in, and Alex
j andria at s a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at_hOo
jp. m.
Leave Lynchburg at gdsf a. ni., arrive at Alex
andria at b.'Zii p. in., and at Washington at tj;ls
p. in.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
daily (excepting Sunday) at lu::>0 a 111; leave Al
exandria at 11:30 a. m., pase Blinrtwg ut 4:20
p m., and arrive at Uarrisburg at 7 p, m.
Eastward, leave Hani-tbiirg at _::ii) a. 111; pass
Stra.-burg at 9.25 a. m., arrive at Alexandria at
: l.oti p. m. and at Washington in lime for connect
, ing with the 3 p. m. t rain from Washington to Bal
timore.
Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House frcm Fairfax sta
tion ;10 Middleburg from Plains; to Upl>erville
iVon; i'ie.Uuont, and to Staunton furni Harri-on
burg.
Elegant sleeping oars are run daily between
New York and Lynchburg, without cliangc.
Also, cars through between Baltimore and
Lynchburg, avoiding the inconveuic>' c q| traus
; feT m Washirurton.
Through tickets and baggage chocked to all
prominent point*. .1. M. KKOADUS,
' mh7—tf GeueiairicUt-t Agent.
RAILROADS.
fJMBJW.'ArXff-l I.awli.i.k iMiinii
IV MONT ItiVILKoADS, OFFK !K Or' O-EN'I.
TICKET ANI) KRtIUHT A(}Ei\T, Kic__o»u,
: Va., Aro. Usth, I*7l
I NOTIi IE li i SHII'I-KHS.-Th» arran,-eme_i.
hcrouiforn sxtstlxur. for the sl.ipmi-nt of lni»;lii
Smith, via Greensboro', on tlnmigh Mils. lui\li.^
--! boon diac.iiiiiiiiii'il l.v ilm Norih I'arolinn Itnilroa.l
Company, .I]' r.ui-s to points south of <*i-fM*n*bo
i". heretofore i;i\, ii in shippers, m* ri.volcpd.-~
11. I".llti ru- i,Hi'.', will lm ({iiiinillU'Cil U-iiinJ
OM>n*borv> John K. MA< JMITKUO,
U.-n'l Ti.ki-l nnd Frsijtlit Agent
T. M. ft. Tai.uti', KiiKlii.-i'i iiiiUSuij'l.
nil-.'-, i-
STEAMSHIPS
/iiiwtii: or Miii:i>n.i:. ,
Thr fast snclelegiuil .'lili'-wliii'lsiisnii'i-l'il.l
-SADE,Cspt, i'b.s. Ksxsos, W-Ukmvs h*i wbsri.
in il'iit. h.naii ntes,mbo_< eompaaj's *hi*i,)Ri»cL
elt*, every TrllsllAY, TIIUsWDA- MH.bU.T-
I'ltliAT in 7 o'clock A. M , for Klna;'* Mill,
tonchlns; nt nil the n-pnliir landings us Jason
River, Hemming, will li'tive Kinn'* Mill even
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY nml FRIDAY, HI
* o'clock A. M., 10-ehlng nt nil the InndlnK*.
rYsjtghl ii-i I'ivcd cvrry dnv.
Thiii'silny * trip to ('hiikiiliiiminy River is an
■ "I'linni'il.
All freight* lor way husding mm-t _c pr«-|*iiil.
Kor further particulars, apply to Ciptain ou
board, or to WM. P. 11KETT, Agent,
;it Powhatan sn'iiiiiliiiiii Corapaay'l Suseos.
mi M
IflOR NEW VOKK.-OED DO-
' minion steamship "■■'■' «*-■***-**
paxy.
Tho splendid new side-wbeel BtesumsMi s
ISAAC H13.1., AI.HKMAIU.E, BAKATOOA,
HATIEIIAS ami NIAGARA Imtve New Yolk
Norfolk, City Point ami Richmond -very TUES
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1
o'clock P. M.
Thaw *hi]i* are I'litinlv Hi'W. and were built
expressly for thi* route.
They have *pleudid Kiloou* nnd state-rooms,
ami the lu'coinuioo'ailoiis aud attention are vi.
--- .id
Ooodf shipped by this line are landed regu
larly ft i Ni'v, York, on the Comjiaiir's covered
pier, 117 North river, within lurty-cighl konrs.
Insunmeo effected when oiderisd, at a tasss
tkr of s.Mi riiß CK-T, nt ttic. office of thi* com
pany.
Freight* for jioint* bvyoad New York forwarded
with dispatch, nnd so eharfjs. made, execept ac
tnnl expenses incurred.
s>_f" For further hil'orimvtion npiilv ts
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
ja I—tf No. 3 Oovernor *lroet.
VII'.lilMA STKAM.SIIIP
PACKET COMPANY. ; 't"i
The steamship GEORGE B. UPTON liwve*
New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
every TUESDAY.
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leavi-s
New York every TUESDAY ; leave* Richmond
every FRIDAY.
Freight received daily.
Clore i'l'iirireliiinn made wilh * learner* for a
Southern and Eastern port.*.
1). J. lIUKR, President,
Wabhikotos k ('• , Agent*, Richmond, va.
Pier 1- North river, Now Ysrlt. apt
er ~ i"i...—
NEW ADVERIISEMEMTB.
!
THE WONDBKITI, RKIiKUT FOR
(oncer, Syphilid, Set otjiln, fleer*., Salt Hlietuti
and nil oilier Chronic Blood Him use-.
DR. 1* T. KEKNE having just returned from
Ken ad or nnd I rought with hi m a quantity <>r th«
GENUINE CUNDCIU.NQO liAHh, sacusfd
through the official recijiumemUii «v and assis
tance of His Exculleiiey the Piv-j.i.-ut >>t Ecua
dor, and the Government of I hat. Uepublh-, we
are prepared Lotill orders for Rioa limit.d ex
teui, and a' a price abutit one-quarter of that
which the cost of tlte Orel very -mail SUppls
eoni|..eile(l us 10 cliar(fe.
A Hi»omia'n article i.s now uclvt'rtised u ml sold
as * 'undrmuitfo. We have, at a coiudderabhi tut
pease, ami with the co-operation of the aatboti
tiesof Loja, the province where the plantssssws,
so direcied the ch.iunei of our supply iik to en
sure that none hut lie' UENUINi. AKTICI-fc.
s-hall he wold by us ; and we partieulariy call the
attention of the public, for their protection, to
.**■ fact. BLISS, KKKNK A CO.,
soOedar street, New York.
D. W. BTiss, M. I>., Washington, I). C\; Z. E.
Bliss, M. I> , JS'cvt York; P. T. Keene, M. ])., New
York.
r iTt _rjn s s(3 " ih,(i ~v mi * nn k VO '
I-ass-U at s--lUi___a--S * >llJl - Scieuliiic American,
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Twunty-iiTe years' experieuee.
PsmpnletS containin.: i'titent Laws, with full
directions DOW to obtain I'atenis, free.
A hound volume of US pages, containuiK the
NEW CENSUS by comities and all larffe cities,
140enfravingv of jSfpch.tnicnl Wovcment-i, Pat
ent Laws and rule." for obtaining Patents, muil
sd on receipt of Sfi cents.
<'LOSKTS-Gei the Jir*U
EAUTH ('EOSET (S)., 215 State street, Hart
ford. Ot., sole !'. S. Proprielors of .Moule's.Moule
Al f. irdle.-ion'>, EutherV, AVariup's, Newton.-,
aud I-oolit lie's PuK-nns. The only (Motets that
have proved eil'tvtive. The Earth Closet, by iis
difinfection of faeces, bj themo.-t valuable tnes.h«
Of preventing tpread of cholera and other conta
gious diseasas.
Send for circulnis.
Affents wanted everywhere.
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wav. M. V.; 1821 Market street, Philadelphia.
i NEW ICItA Il\ VVA!SUIM>!
A —
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HV TUi: t'KK of
"VVAI.'FIEEDS COLD WATER
SELF-WASHING SOAP
SEND FOB * TRCT'EAR AND FkICE LIST.
AGENTS WANTED.
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t,A MfitltAT STBEIiT, BTSW Y'oKK.
Sole for the States-of Virginia, North ami
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
CiUE Ai'EST ADVERTISING
' IN THE WORLD'
Fors24 per inch per mouth, we will insert an
adierlieiiient in 3*. llrst-class Virginia isswsssi
pers, iui'lndingllvo dailies. Proportionate, rates
tor smaller advertisements. List sent In*-.
Address,
GEO. P. KOWELL .'. CO.,
40 audi] Park Row. New York._
$30. WK "!!!?■ *** $30.
Agents $:lr) issr week lo soil our great and valu
able discoveries, if you want permanent, hon
orable and pleasant work, apply for particular*.
AddrtnwT)YEH & CO., Jackson, Michigan.
___>>_. O iA MO * TH —
Horsef furnished. Expenses pan!
H. H. SHAW. Alfred. Me.
AVOID (tVACstI—A victim of early tiidi*
cretion, causing nervous debility, pri'maturi'
docay, etc., bavins; tried in vats every advertised
remedy, has discovered a simple means oftelf-
CUro, \\ Inch he will send to bis fellow-suileiers.
Address, .1. H.'I.KEVES, 7< Nassau st., N. Y.
rpillKTV YKAHS' * VI'KKIKNt X
in the treatment of
CHMQXfC AM) SESIAL DISEASES.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE.
The cheapest book ever published—containing
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thirty line plaies and engraving ol tbe anatomy
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tlie author's plan uf treatment —the only rational
and successful mode of cure, as shown by a re
port of c&aes treated. A truthful adviser to the
married and those eon ten.plating marriage, who
entertain doubt* of their physical condition. Sent
free of poMUg** ■" '"'.V BjSMTSS*, on receipt of 2ft
cents in stamps or postal currency, by
Ing Dr. LA t BOIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany,
IST. Y. The author may be consulted upon any of
the diseases upon which Ma booV treats, « User
personally or by mall, and medicines pent to any
part of the world.
V) HITI SII CLAIMS.
We will attend to ad claims up imiTlrsH
Sl'R.l.t'TS against ihe government ol" the 1/m
--tod States, payable by the terms of the lav* trea
ty between the Unites] States and Groat Hritaln,
The>e I'Uiins are for acts committed against
tbe person and property of subjects of Great Bri
tain during thu period of the late war. and by tbe
army or authorised agvnts of the United States.
CHANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS.
iv '-'7 -in
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