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;- i\h.\Y EVENING, NOV. 111, IS7I.
WOMKN OF OLD TIM IS AND SiKW.
Ilieorge VV. ranis Csntl.TS._i
irshipped women as goddesses
lem as toys. Shakspeare has
i so truly thai Shelly says:
o of Shakspeare's women."
groups who look nt llie play
of '7i!," and laugh because
■NM ■ remember
truly a woman because she is
she less feminine than Juliet
' of Verona?
i -aid, T cannot think that
men so delicate, so glorious,
wards of our houses.
nce.s all the women of whom
his lingers, and says in an
Play with your pretty fans,
plt'U-urp, sotiic io -turintss Mmbt,
man it- at lii-arl a rake
loth.-, are ever hy glare,
rt.nn Ms way where sera, n*
is bright particular seraph
if the richest' women of her
money, and so treated her
breed to leave him ra less than
iew of women is reflected in'
those days, their one idea he
■les Lamb calls "the nndivi
' lawles.: gallantry."
iiment women, and eompli
tty mask of contempt. The
;t compliments women is the
;t despises them,
d story of the ragoutcd slip
of gallantry toward its fair
hit those who joined in that
it would have roared with
.foe's project of a college for
those who most Hatter Wo-
M respect for them as wo
uld wrote of the fair : "Your
cetest empire is to please."
jther thinks a good match is
>at and trowsers with $30,000
ms of pictures or books, or
-ork dune by women, is dune
said that, Johanna Bailey's
. "the best ever written by a
'hat dues this mean ; what is
? . Are all the plays written
>rior to all those written by
hen it is said that a work is
woman," all is left unsaid,
ed meaning is that it is pretty
Yroiig. A picture is a picture,
is a book, by whomsoever
lous it would be to say that
lor was a very good queen —
loking at a painting dune by
holds his brush with his toes.
s a good picture—for a man
s brush with his toes ; imply*
n who holds his brush with
lot be a good painter,
•ou say, "Well done, fort.we*
lean that a woman is not eap
_st work —that she is mental
_w woman is treated at a feast.
. orators have made their
vhieh they complimented the
itichard Swlveller has sung
My Soul, " somebody pro
-Ileaven's last best, gift to
i is responded to, while the
l- io Iviil win ' trove, boniii'ilii-Fic."
irt of these proceedings is not
d with derisive laughter. But
otfeel complimented any more
old feel il' a few semi-fuddled
ir natural lord and master."
c asked, Is not the go neral
man determined by nature ?
turn, is there any subject on
has been .so much nonsense
the sphere iif woman. Why
iman's sphere to disclose itself
,of man dues? We do not
ladies ill' society uufeminine,
or Demosthenes would have
ome young man in this au
his arm in the wrong place,
says, laugh as you will there on the plat
form, but do you deny that home is the
proper sphere of wouittti ? Deny it?
Bless your heart! No! Hut do you think
that heaven needs our help to keep her
there, and that if we do not tie her to her
child's cradle she will run away from it ?
What could be known of men's sphere if
I not free to try for themselves'
-loin of choice and liberty of
ay from me and how do 1 know
? How can you, women, ever
■inhere if you liave no privilege Il
develop?" Why is everyoppoi
ducaiion opening, but because i
, that, like men, women have ni
led freedom of choice, and if any
sphere is unfitted for them. 0
sd work uufeminine, trust C„,
that they will know it a thousan
■ than men.
hind, with her powers of song
tia Molt, speaking hi the cause o ' j
•o with gong aud speech doing
appointed; and whatever inno
lie gives a woman the wish am
io, that, and that only, lot her i
' Arc in her special calling, Mrs
th her pen, (irace Darling wit
and Mrs. Patten steeling the shi
all were truly in their spheres i
) you ask me whether these ar
tional cases ? Yes, for all grea
ceUenee is exceptional. Ho you
>c are feminine women ? To you
vho differ I say that Florenc
le, alone among rude soldiers
low ii the doors to reach tlie hog
*o*M which they refused to giv
s to me quite as lovely as tlie wi
c ball room whose embroidery
• girl's face a pinched hue of star
id whose pearls are tears of di --
ual right of development is MM
as regards every other interest in j
one point is gained the rest i
sy. To-day l.igny, to .noinr.i
i. To-day Bunker "Hill and we!
lating, to-morrow Yorktown and
ih surrender. To-day a few fa
jolitionists, to-morrow emancipa
tion for a race. To-day a handful of wo
men laughed at, to-morrow the Chief -1 _*■
lice, saying, "Why not?" and Senators
aereeing who never agreed before, and vo
ciferous candidates for Governors •
"1 knew it all the time."
When once the tide rises no prayer will
hold the ocean back, 'lhe gay pic-nic par
ty must hurry to the shore.. The gouty old
gentleman who don't believe in movements
must stir quickly, the dreamer awake, and
"Mary, calling the tattle home across the
sands o' Dee," must fly, for the tide is ri
sing, the sea is coverii';. the places lately
dry. Tlie tide of humanity, liberty, and jus
tice tills us all, carries us all forward to the
good time. We have left the old, and we
go on. God helping us to Und the (rue wo
man in the free American home.
to, an eminent surgeon in Paris, who '
no sympathy with it, employed him- ,
in aiding tho woun<lod who were
brought to his hospital. His chief assist-
Iwas a woman--a Communist— who.
■ad night, tnarasd the wounded, and
the must valuable assistant the sur
. had. When tho Commune fell, the ,
*eon was arrested and marched to the
rahead court-martial. He supposed be
would he shot. Ashe approached the door
Ihe tribunal, lie met Ins late femalo as
nnt coming out between two soldiers.
here?" The woman fixed her eyes
rim, and said, "I don't know you, sir."
i surgeon concluded that his case must ;
.ed be hopeless, ns this woman declined I
acknowledge his acquaintance. Never
theless, he got olf somehow, and then
learned that at the moment when Adele ;
said, "I don't know you, air," she was on >
her way to he shot, and was shot. For
fear of prejudicing his case, she had re- I
pressed any disposition to cry to him for
aid—she had denied herself the last word ;
of sympathy protlercd on her way to death.
— A tire in Chattanooga yesterday mora
log destroyed a block and a half of the bus- ;
incsjt portion of tlie city. Loss $7o,(HX);
said to be the work of
CONVENTION BETWEEN' THE tMTED
STATES OK AMERICA AMJ THE RK.
PI MI,!, |>F MC\ISA«.UA.
J.-t.t 'Zr. t M>7O~-/latt/tr-d April ]], ls7l-J. f i/- ;
lions Exchanged June 24, 1t.71 — Proclaimed |
htptsymfar in, 1871.
I■-■- I Kfl PUK-IOK.VT Of Til I'NITKOHTATF.a Hl' AMKRICJ. I
Whereas a convention for the extradition of'
criminals ix'i ween I Ins United States of America |
and the Uepublie of Nicaragua was concluded |
.i;..i -igned at .Managua, hy tlu'ir respective Plen-
Ipotenttaries, ou tlie? twenty-fifth day of June, ;
l-i7i»; which convention, heingiii the English and I
Spanish languages, is word for word as follow*: I
KXTRAUITION UONYKNTIOIV BETWEEN '
THEUmTED STATES OF AMERICA AN!)
THE KEPI-M-slu OF NICARAGUA.
The United States of America and the Repub- .
lie of Nicaragua, having judged it expedient, with [
a \iew to the better administration of justice, j
and to prevention of crimes within their respct - ,
live territories and jurisdiction, tliatpersons con
victed of, or charged With the crimes hereinafter
mentioned, and being fugitives from justice,
should, under certain circumstances, be recipro- t
rally delivered up, have resolved te conclude a
convention for that purpose, nnd have appointt t
as their Plenipotentiaries : the President of tRe [■
United States, Uharle.. N. Riot-te, a citizen and
Minister Resident oi the United States in Nica- '
raguft, the President of the Republic of Nicara
gua, Mister TotHM A yon, Ministerfor For[eign]
Relations, who, after reciprocal communication '
iti iheir lull powers-, found in pood and due form, :
have agre.-d upon the following articles, viz:
The government of the United States and tin*
Mverpment oi Nicaragua mutually agree to de> ■
liver up persons who, haling been convicted of ■
toeharged with the crimes specified in the fol
io ~ vi;; article, committed with in the jurisdiction
of wte of the contracting parties, shali seek an
asylum or be found within the territories of the
otter: Provided, That this shall only be done '
apon Mich evidence of criminality as, according
to the laws of the place where the fugitive or
person so charged Khali be found, would justify
bis or her apprehension nnd commitment for I
iriil, if the crime had been there committed.
Persons shall be delivered up, who shall have :
been convicted of, or be chaired, according to the j
provisions pf this convention, with any of the
following crime.-; ■
1. Murder, comprehending assassination, par
ricide, infanticide, aud poisoning.
_,'. i'.e crimes of rape, arson, piracy, and mmi
hy on hoard :i ship, whenever the crew, or part I
i hereof, by fraud or violence against the com
mander, have taken possession of the vessel.
.. The crime «f burglary, defined to be the ac
tion of breaking and entering by night into the |
bouse of another with the intent to commit felo- j
ny ; and the crime of robbery, defined to be the
n of feloniously and forcibly taking from the j
aof another, goods or money, by violence
jr putting him in fear.
4. The crime of forgery, hy which is under
stood the utterance of forged papers, the coun
terfeiting Of public,sovereign,or government acts. |
:.. The fabrication or circulation of counterfeit j
money, either coin or paper, of public bonds, j
banks notes, and obligations, and in general of all J
of iiisuiihients of credit, the counterfeiting i
ol seals* dies, stamps, and marks'of State and
public iuiminlsti-Uions and theutieiancethereof. ;
' The embezzlement of public moneys, com-j
mil ted within the jurisdiction of either party,hy i
public otticers or depositors.
7. Embezzlement by any person or persons i
hired or salaried, to lhe detriment of their em- •
ployeTt*, when these crimes are subjected to infa
Tho provisions of this treaty shall not apply is)
any crime or offence of a political character, and j
tlie person or pel sons delivered up for the crime;,
enumerated in the preceding article, shall in no 1
i ace be tried for any ordinary crime, committed
previously lo thai Pot which his or their surren
der is asked.
It the person. whose surrender may be claim
ed pursuant to the stipulations of the present j
treaty, shall have been arrested for the commia- j
.h'u "of otlences In the country where he has
sought an asylum, or shall have been convicted '■
thereof, his extradition may be deferred un lil he j
ihall lyive been acquitted, or have served the ,
term of imprisonment to which he may have j
Requisitions for tho surrender of fugitives, from
justice shall be made hy the respective diploma- j
tic agents of the contracting parties, or, in the
i.i of th" absence of these from the country
or Its seat ol government, they may be made by
superior consular olHcci-s. If the person whose 1
tuition may be asked for shall have boon
convicted of a crime, a copy of the sentence of
the court in which he may liave been convicted, j
authenticated under its seal, and an attestation !
Ol the official character of tlie judge by the pro- j
per executive authority, and of the latter by the
minister or consul of the United Mates or of Nic
i, respectively, shall accompany the requl
sitton. When, however, the fugitive shall have
i.. si merely charged with crime, a duly autb-*u-
U ited copy of tbe warrant for his arrest in the
toemtry where the i rime may have been com
mit ;ed, and of the depositions upon which such
warrant may have been issued, must accompany ■
the requisition as aforesaid. The President of
il,.- United States, or the proper executive au- 1
ihority in Nicaragua, may (hen issue a warrant
lor the apprehension of the fugitive, In order that j
tie may tie brought before the proper judicial au- I
thority for examining the question of oxtradi- I
tion. If it should then he decided that, accord
iug to law and evidence, the extradition is due
pursuant |0 this treaty, the fugitive may be gn
en up according to the forms prescribed in such
The expenses of the arrest, detention, audi
transportation of the persons claimed shall be !
paid by the governments whose name there
qnisition Khali have been made.
.. KTlf'i | VII,
This convention shall continue in force during |
five (.")) years from the day of exchange of raii.t
cations, but if neither party shall have given to j
the oilier six (<}) mouths pievious notice of its in- j
tention to terminate the tame, the convention
shall remain in force live (6) years longer, and so !
The present convention shall by ratified and '■
the ratifications exchanged at the capital of Nk
aragua, or any other place temporarily occupied
I-, ihe Nicaragua*! government, within twelve
(IS) months, or sooner if possible
In witness whereof the respective Plenipolen- '
liaries have signed the present, convention in du
plicate, and h:i\e .heretuilo aJli .ed their seals
Done at the city of Managua, capital of the
Republic of Nicaragua, the twenty fifth day of ;
.lime, one thousand eight hundred and seventy,
of the Independence of the United States the |
ninety •fourth, .and of the Independence of Nica- .
ragua the fifty-ninth.
And whereas said convention as amended has
been duly ratified ou both parts, and the respec
tive ratifications of the same were exchanged at ]
Managua, on tlie twenty-fourth day of Tune la#t, ,
by Charles N. Riotte, minister Resident ot the j
United States, and J. I>. Rodriguez, Member of :
Lhe Chamber of Deputies of Nicaragua, on the
pari of their respective governments:
Now, therefore, be it known that i, Ulysse*. s. .
Grant, President of the United states of Ameri- :
ca,have caused the Mid convention to be made i
public, io the end that thesame, and every clause .
nnd article thereof, may be observed and fulfilled j
with faith by the united States and the cit-
In witness whwvofi have hereunto set my I
hand and caused tlie seal oi the United States to ,
[lone at the city of Washington this nineteenth
day of September, tv tlie year of our L.ord one j
thousand eight hundred and teventyone, and of «
tlie Independence of the United states the nine- .
X SMALL Fa-RMS FOR SALE.
COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE
AT GUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON
AND FOUR MILES FROM MT VERNON
ON SUNNYSIDE BAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS |
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND THICK.
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HT
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISE*. '
AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL. I
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE.
We want one hundred ilrst-cliiss families, is- !
dustrioui*, temperate and enterprising. Noqnes- j
lions asked about religion or politics.
You can raise every variety of Fruit, Grass asd ,
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained
ear the premises.
Directand rapid shipment of all product. North I
y rail or water.
No one need feiir excess heat or cool nights
r fre»h breeze* come up the bay and temperths
To persons of Intellectual tastes, the noar Ti
nity of the National Capital Is of lm-etimable
ilue. It is near enough to Washington to allow j
h-to do business there and be home at night; [
or, in winter to reside in the city and have ths !
luxuries of a farm home.
We urge our Northern friends not to go West j
nor far into the South to live in tin? wilderness.
till iln-y have Been our beautiful regio of tlie |
Come and see us here in Vlrgiuia. Here jo
will find true hearts ready to welcome you. Sa
ri.-ty organized with Churches, Schools, Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries oi
fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here
you will find the cheapest land on this continent,
and which is sure to increase rapidly in value.—
Northern men of means are- coming in rapidy.
Lands from *20 to *2S per acre, of excellent
qmility to Improve, can be bought on long time.
Farms ran lie rented by those who wish to stay
a while to try the climate.
"STATE JO-KXAL" OFFICE.
BECK, KNOX _ KIRBY,
Real Estate Agents
ap 12—tf Alexandria. Va
SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE SULPHUR SPRINGS
IN THE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT, VA.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Court of j
ie United States lor the Eastern District of Vir
nia, made on the Bth day of October 1871, In
in matter of John V. Shields, bankrupt, I shall, j
l assignee of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at i
niblic auction, to tlie highest bidder, on
TUESDAY, 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1871.
n tlie premises, the following valuable real
state, to wit:
A TRACT OF LAND,
Ing In the county of Botetourt, Virginia,
CONTAINING 473 ACRES,
i wliii-h is situated the celebrated watering- j
place, known as
DAGGER'S OR DIBBRELLS SPRING.
This spring is beautifully situated at Lhe foot of ■
Garden mountain, in tlie county of Botetourt, j
Ki-ginia, nine miles from Clifton Forge, on the
esapeake and Ohio railroad, and directly on j
tho proposed line oi said road down the James ;
river, and three miles from James river. The i
improvement* are neat, appropriate, and com
ortable, are in good repair, anil sufncicn. to ac- j
oinniodale 200 persons, consisting ot a
and a row of cottages
CONTAINING THIRTY-SIX ROOMS.
Tlie mineral properties of the water are div- I
relic, ai'ii-rii'li t, and general alternative. This
piiug lias been visited for the last fifty years by
H-L-ons afflicted with dyspepsia, diarrhoea, an
algia, diseases of tlie bladder anil kidneys, and
iinale diseases, who have experienced great re
ii-f from the use of the water, and in many in
tones* have been entirely cured. This Spring
s siill :t place of c-Lin.sidi'i-able resort, having had
XX) visitors the present summer (1871); and were
t now in the hands of an enterprising proprie
-ir, would lie inn- of the most valuable pieces of
iro)n -rty in Virginia, and Is one of the best iu
esi ments capitalists can make. Dr. Moorman,
i very silenlillc physician, who is entirely fa
miliar with all of the mineial springs in Western
Virginia, in his work on Virginia Springs, says : !
' liiigger's Springs are very valuable mineral .
waters, and will compare favorably with our j
iisl-i-lass mineral springs.'' In addition to the j
i Billable properties of the water, a large portion
if llie land attached to llie Springs property, is
very valuable for agricultural purposes, pro
lut.'iiig L'oru, wheat, and tobacco well, and is well
iiiilii'ii'd. Any person desiring lo make a proflta
jle investment, cannot do butter than lnvv-t in
TERMS OF SALE—Oue-tUird of the piirclno-i
--money will be required to be paid in cash, llu
residue in two equal iuslalmenis of ouo and two
ears from the day of sale, the purchaseror pur
baser, giving bonds, with good security, for tin
deterred payments, payable respectively in one
ami two rears from the day of sale, and the title
retained "innil the whole of the pun-hast) money
is paid. WILLIAM G. BANKS,
no 8— 2aw4\v Assignee of John F. Shields.
k >.«. i«. ni■: i: ■ . sale
VALUABLE REAi. ESTATE IN THE COUN
TIES OK PITTSYLVANIA AND LOUISA,
Hy virtue of a decree of the U. S. Distrie
i uiiit for the Eastern District of Virginia, I wil
MB, as nnsltnwi of James W. Milner, bankrupt
at Cascade, pittsvlvania county, Va., on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER X, 1871,
one lot at the village of Cascade, Pittsylvania
county, Va., and a one-sixth interest In
ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
lying is Louisa county, Va. This property wil
lie sold tree from all liens and encumbrances.
TERMS —One third cash; the balance ou a
Lieillt of 8 aud 12 mouths, equal Installments, tli
pnii baser giving bonds, Willi good security . I
tin-deferred payments, and title retained uutll
\ all of the pundiase money is paid.
MRS. E. L. DANIELS'
j STOCKING SUSPENDER AND PROTECTOR
COMBINED, FOE LADIES,
AND SUSPENDER FOR CHILDREN.
| I astenedand Adjusted with Buckles, thus doing
a war wilh all I.lKatnr.«, Buttons anil
llillum-ll.il.'*, Hooks and Pins.
Is the only article thus combined, lastined and
adjusted, for this ptnfMM in lilt' market. All im
itations are infringements <>n the patent granted
August Mth, 1569, and will Ik- .so treated by Mrs
This article needs no recommendation, lor il />.
commends itself to every lady who sees it, being the
most simple, easily adjusted, and perfect for US ."'•>
ever introtlitced into the morktl.
AH physicians recommend il* BM, and an.
whose name Is known ami respected ou both
of the ocean, buys and giveaway large numbers
of tliem to his patients, declaring that most var
icose veins, weak and crippled limbs can be traced
directly to the stO]ipln|! of the circulation In the
lower limbs! (and consequently in the whole sys
tem,) caused by the old ligature or garter.
Being made entirely of elastic It never strings
or wrinkles like cloth, but Is as llat and smooth
alter wearing for month* as when first usetl, and
yields with every motion, thus giving entile MM
to the wearer.
THE PROTECTOR ALONE IS WORTH THE
PRICE OF THE WHOLE ARTICLE.
It is unnecessary to remove the stockings firora
the suspender except to change, and it is r-ally
less trouble than the old fashioned elastic. It
keeps the stocking perfectly smoolh without tear
ing it, and does not injure the limb. (-ire should
be taken that the whole article Is large enough
not te feel uncomfortable.
AU orders or Inquiries should be artdrawnd to
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I y_. ji.ii>*to*.
haetimoki. look hospital,
office, 7 booth Frederick street i
From hi*; extensive practice In the great 1!
tall of Europe and thu flrsl in this country, vis:
England, France, Philadelphia antl els*-where,
can offer the most certain, Ipsjsjdj and eib
remedy In the world tor
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Weakness of the Hack or I*.inhs, Strictures ;
A flections of the Kidneys and I.ladd»-r, Involun
. tary Discharges, Empotency, General Debility
i Nervousness, Dyipepata, Langaur, l.ow spirit**
Confusion of Idea*-, Palpitation of tbe Heart.
Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or ;
or Oidmneaf, Disease*, of the Head, Throat, Nose i
or Skin, Affection of the Lungs. Stomach or How- '
els—those terrible disorder* arising from the Sol
» Itary Habits of Youth—those secret nnd solu.irv
pre tlces more fatal to their victim'- than the
! song of Svn-ns to the Mariner of Ulysses,blighting
their most biilliatit hoi>es or anticipation-.
tiering marriages, Ac. impossible.
' Especially, who have become the victims ol
Solitude y;, p. that dreadful aud destructive habit
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
:h eisands of Young Wen of the most exalted
latent and brilliant intellect. whomight otherwise >
hare entranced listening Senates with the thun
der* of eloquence, or waked to eestney the living
; Ivree, may call with full confidence.
j Married Persons, or Young Msfl contemplating
j marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or- I
| ganic debilities, deformation, kc, speedily cured. |
He who place* himself under the care of Dr. J.
i may religiously confide on his lienor as a.
gentleman Mid conudcnlly rely upon hi* skill ax a
' ORGANHJ WEAKNESS.
: immediatolv cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—v. tticn renders lift me-.- i
I rable and marriage impossible—is the penalty
paid by the victims of improper tndulgen. a-*
- - loufigpersons are too apt to commit exoe
j from not being aware of the dreadful eoin-e
c]uences thai may •nam. Now, who that ondar*
I Stands the subject will metend to deny that,the
; power of procreation Is lost sooner by those l't.ll
-' ing into Improper habits than by the prudent.
: Besides being deprived of the pleasures oi
! heaPliy crfftpring, the most serlonsand dastrno
ttT»symptoms taooth bedy and mind arise. Tbe
I system become.-* deranged, the physical and men
tsj functions weakened, lots of urocreative paw*
i er, nenou» irritability, dyspepsia, palpi tat ion of
Lhe heart, indigestion, constitntlona] debility, a
wasting of the frame, conghs, consumption, tie- ;
1 tI> AC UKE WAEfi ANTE! >IN TWO DAYS. '
Parsons ruined In health by unlearned prates)-
I ers who heap them trifling month after month, ;
j [.-.king poisonous and injurious compounds, should 1 *
.'pply immediately. i '
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Eon- ; 1
d«n, graduate from one of the most eminent ( ■ 1
; leges in thi United State.-, and the greater pari
'of whoso life lias been spent In the hospital* of
' London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, ha-*
effected some of the most astonishing cures
i that were ever known; many troubled with rhig
' ing in the head and ears when, asleep, great
n.-rvousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
1 lwshfuh.esi with frequent blushing, attended
; sometimes with a derangement of the mind, were
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addressee all Lhose who have injured
, ;hemselvts by improper iudidgeneies and soliUi
-1 r\ habit;', which ruin both body and mind, nuilt-
I tmg them fur either business, study, society, or
i These are some of the sad and melancholy ef
fects produced hy early habits of youth, viz:
■ Weakness of tlie Hack and Einibs, Pains in the
Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow
'.-,j'dp.tatn>n of the Heart*. Dyspepsia. Nervous
[rrTtahtlity, Derangemenl of the Digestive Func
-. ai-, * len oral Debility, Symptoms of Conanjrhp-
MENTALEY r .
1 The fearful effects on the mind me much to bo
dreaded, Eoss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Vorobodings, Aversion
I to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid
I Ity, kc, are some of the evil* produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
whatis the cause of their declining health, 100-sing
I their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
emaciated, haviug a singular appearance about
the i _n s cough Mid symptoms of eon-mnipi.on.
.bo have injured themselves by a certain prae
lee indulged in when alone—a habit frequently
earned from evil companions or at school, the
fleets of wiiich are nightly felt, even when
sleep; Mst, if not cured, renders marriage im-
and destroys both mind and body—
liould apply immediately.
What a pity ihat a young man, the hope ef his
oumrv, the pride of his parents, should be
uatched from all prospects and enjoyments of
life by the consequence of deviating from the
iath of nature and indulging in a certain secret
uibit. Such persons, mist, before contempla
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial bapi
ness; indeed, without these, the journey through
ife becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
lourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes
shadowed with despair aud filled wiih the mel
mcholy reflect ion that the happiness of another
>ecomes blighted with your own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
ilcasure flrilis he has imbibed the seeds of this
tainful disease, it too often happens that an ill
imed tt use of shame or dread of discovery'le
er? him from applying to those, who, from edn
•ation and respectability, can alone befriend him.
io falls into the hands of ignorant and designing
ire tenders, who, incapable of curing, filch hi
wcuniary substance, keep him trifling month
ifter mouth, or as long as the smallest fee can be '
ibtained, and with despair leave him with reined
icalth to sigh over his galling disappointment, OT
ly the use of iliat deadly poison Mercury, hasten
he cou.-titutior.al svmptoiis of the terrible die
■:.se, such as Affection of the Head, Throat
Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid
ity till death pats a period Lo bis dreadful suffer
ing by sending him to that undiscovered country
from* whose bourne no traveller returns.
To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston oilers the most
•ertain, speedy, pleasant and eifectual remedy in
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Eeft hand side going from Ea.lt unore street, IttV
doors from the corner. Kail not to observe Ihe
name and ranuahar.
iEff-Ko letters receiv.'d tmlesS post-paid and
containing a stamp to bs used on the reply. Per
sons writing should slate age, and send portion
of advertiscnieut- describing symptoms.
There are so many Paltry, Designing aud
Worthless Impoeteia ailv«*rtising themselves as
Physicians,-trifling with and ruining the health
of all who unfortunately fall into their power;
that Dr. Johnston deems v necessary to say es
pecially to iho'-e ur.;u d with his repuia
:ion, that his Credentials or Diplomas always '
hang iv bis qjace.
ENDOfcEsViENT OS THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this in._ii:ui_ot.
withiu iu«' Uu*l eighieeu year.-., and Use nume
rous Surgical Operandi perfurmed by Dr. John
ston, witnessed by ths ragicrtari of the "Sun' !
mil many other papers, notice of which appear.-.!
igain and BgaAa before the public, besidi-s b,>
standing as a gentleman of eharacteraud i.-(-. i
sibillty, is a surßeicieal guarantee to the a! ..-
Ski;. DI»RAJSES SPEEDILY CURED.
rpHENEWTOBK HYtiIE.MC INSTITLTE
l:( AND IfiI_AIOHT ST., NKW YORK CITY.
A. Is. WOOD, M. D., PnvsiciAi..
The objects of this Institution, which has betn
iv successful operation for more than t\\Min>
read, are two-fold, viz:
1. Tin- Treaimi-nL and Cure oi the Sick, with
out poisoning them, by Hygienic agencies alone.
8. To furnish a pleasant, genial Bomb to friends
of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they
visit this city.
Thousands of invalids have been sncot ssfttlty
treated ai thi? bastltation during the past twenty
years, and its fame is known wherever the Eng
lish language is fjiokeu. its appliances for the .
treatment oi" disease without the use of poison
ous drugs are the inosl extensive and complete of
any institute in Ajnerioa. They comprise the eel-
SWEDISH MOYkMENT CURE.
ths. varied and extensive reeouroesof the
WATER UUKE, .
Healthful Food, a Pleasant lli-ine, etc. Partuu
lar alteiiiion is given to the treauncnt el all lorin-
illy stf Rheumatism, Qout, Dyapepsia,
t 'unsiipation, Torpidity of the Ener, Weak
Lung-, and lm ipient t.Vnisumptiou, i'aralysis.
Poor Circulation, Genera! Debility, Curvature of
the Spins, Scrofula, Diseases of the Skill, I'te
rine Wefttmsaees nnd Djsplasswtants, Sperum
Anyone wishing furtlnr ini'onuatum shouli
should send tor a circular, containing furiherpai
ticular?, terms, etc., which will be sent free by
We are open ai all hours ot lhe day aud nigh
for the reception Of boarders and patients. Ou
localism is convenient of access from the raiboai
depots and steamboat landings, and to the bust
ness part of the city. Street cars pass near th
doors to all parts of the tity, mailing it a ve.-\
convenient slopping place for persons vi>iiiu
city on businees or pica-Mire. On? t»hj* is Stn
(died with the best kinds of food, healthfull,.
prepared, and plenty of il. In these -respect*, i
Come and see, and IsaitQ how to live lit-al'li
fidlvat home Terms reasonable.
/CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and alter September Ift, PASSENGER !
TRAINS have Richmond (Sunday* excepted)
n» follows :
8;S0 A. M—MAIL TRAIN for White Sulphur !
Springs MrnnecUuc at Gordon*ville with Orange, I
Alexandria nnd Manassas train for Washington
and North, and i.vn'hbnrg and South.
3:34 P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN for
Gordonsville, except on Saturday, ou which day
it leaves at ft I*. M. This train connects at Gor
donsrJUa with the night trains on the Orange,
Alexandria andMan:tss;u raUr:*ad forL> uchburg
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, to
all points Northwest and Southwest.
Steara-gte Uaketurom Liverpool,
Amvtenlam, Antvverj>, Havre, Rotter
flnm, Bergen, <'openhagen, and Gothenburg, to j
all points on this road can be bought of the Ge
neral Ticket Agent at Richmond, or can be er
dered through any station agent on the road.
Further information may bo obtained at tho
No Passenger Train* are run on Sundays.
A. H. PERRY.
JAM.,-. F. NstTIIKULAIfD,
ti. nerol Ticket Agent. oc4
i\- YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
K6TICB TO SIIIPPERSAND THE TRAVEI.-
re-kstabmshmKnt of rnK daily link hktwekn
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AVD TO AI.I, PUI>"rw*.NORTH IXD HAST, UF.ST A!?D
GREAT REDUCTION OF FARE !
ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED t
Pasienger Train loavoa KU hniond dejwt daily
(Sundays excepted) at 8 P. J.I , connecting at
Wool Point, with the Brit nllsK steamers (
EASTERN CITY and DANIEI. WEBSTER,
touching at the river landings and arriving in
H:il;imore on the following morning in time to
connect v.ith trains North and Wo-t.
Tlirough Tichets nntl BaguogeChecked to alt
PAOieSfOr Train leaves at 3 P. M. on SUN
DAYS for West Point only.
Steamer leave pier No. 10,144 Light street, Bal
timore, daily, (Sundays excepted.) at 4 P. M., ar
riving in Richmond the following morning ,-U 11.
By this line passengers enjoy a go;<l night's
Freight tniin, with passenger cur attached, will
leave daily (Mondays excepted) nt. 4 A.M.
Freights received daily, carefnlly handled, and
No Keroaene OU transported over this line.
Through bills of lading given to all points.
From Richmond to Baltimore t 3 HO
f " •• Philadelphia (5 7fl
" " " Now York IU 00
" " " Boston, all rail from
New York 16 N
" " " Boston, via the Sound lo U£>
To Baltimore and retoro ■• 6 00
WM. N. BRAGG, Sup'U
J. L. TAvr.oa, Ticket Agent.
S. C. (iHA-iv, General Agent, Baltimore
RICHMOND A.SDDANYII.LK KAIMtOAD
On and after .Tulv 2f*th, 1171,
OOINO WEST :
Train No. 5 Passenger) leaves Rich
moiul daily (except Sunday) at 4:oft A. M.; leaves
Danville at 11:0.' A. M.; arrive** at Gix-ei-Mjoro' at
l:f*8 P. M.
Train No. 0 (Lj.uhburg Passenger) leaves
Ki.-liniond daily at *■;... A. M.; arri%"oO at Lynch
burg at 3 P. M.
Train No. '13 ( Vn'ight and Accominodatlon)
leaves Richuioud a-t ft:o6 P. >I.; arrives ut Burkes
ville at 0.04 P. M., stopping at all way stations
daily (Sundays excepted.)
Train No. Il (Through Mail and Expre6s)leaveo
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M.; leaves Danville
daily nt 10:42 P. at-, arrives at Greensboi'o' daily
at 1:13 A. M.
Train Nu. li (Through Mail and Express) j
leaves Green/.boro' daily al 7:o0 I*. M.; leaves
Danville daily at 10:12 IP. M.; arrives at Richmond
daily at 6:14 A.M.
Train No. 9 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens
boro' daily (except Sundays) at 11:03 A. M.; leaves
I>:inviilo..t 1:27 P.M.; arrives at Richmond at 8:22
Train No. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Lynchburg dafly at 8,30 A. M.; leaves Burkeville
at 1 P. M.J arrives at Richmond at 4 P. M.
Train No. |_l (Freight and Accommodation)
leaves Burkeville :u _:.:<■ A.M.; arrives at Rich
mond at 8:45 A. M., stopping at all way sta
tions dally (Sundays excepted.)
Trains Nils. 2 nnd 11 connect at Greensboro'
With Trains on North Carolina l.iilreud for all
Train No. 6 connects at Burkeville with
Train on Atlantic. Missioslpfri and Ohio railroad
for all points Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest am be procured at the ticket otlicein
Richmond, nnd of R. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lan tie, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, No. ISSO '
Main si reel, Kichmoud i
Papers that have OrrangainOttta to advertise tl.o '
seheaule of this company will please print as!
above. JOHN It. MACMURDO,
(leneral Ticket und Freight Agent.
T. M* R. Tki-royTi Eng'romj Sny't. J^tf*
SI'HEDUI.E lUCILMOM), FKV.DKKIt'KS
BUKC. AM) FUTOMAC: ROUTK, GtOINO
INTO EITBCT JUNE 7, 1871.
THRCHTfIII TRAINS lravo dfjiot, Sana
Byrd and EUghfh strs«ts f ns tollow- :
Til.- LAY TRAIN iiniiy ol .'.l-o A. M. Arrive.
in Wasblngtod al 12:15, BiUttiuors (except on
Sundays) at 2:1., l'liil.-idelphia at 6:l.*', and New
[ York at 10:-ii V. ... THE SAME DAY.
The Nil HIT TRAIN daily (except ouSuodays)
lat S:« P. M.
The DAY TRAIN an-iies in Richmond at 2:17
The NKJIIT TRAIN arrives In Riehinond
(Mondays excepted :it 8:30 A. M.
Tlie ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, lor Mil-j
j lord leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays I
; excepted) at l::iu P. M. Arrives in Richmond at
I 5:42 A. M.
i-'I.EHHIT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at «:« p. M.
THRdUQII TICKETS andTHRUI'GH HAO
(JAtiE (.'hecks to all the principal point* ia the
North, lvist and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eighth
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
E. T. 1). Mybiu. General Superintendent.
T~\lßF.<'T PASSENGER ROUTE
I I KETIVEI-:.*
KU'HMOND AND THE
SOUTH, StiI'TRWEST AND NORTHWEST,
ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY.
This Oreat Passenger Soat. Is coiac**sed**-th*)
lticlimond and Danville railroad, AUaniic, Mis
sissippi and Ohio railroad, Easl Ti-iiiicssi-i' and
\ii-Kinia railroad, East Tennessee and Gem-Kin
railroad, Nasli\ille and Chattanooga eailroad,
and Memphis and (lluurleston rsilroitd and their
i-onnections. Passsuger trains leave Ricliiuond
-l-iih- at 9:1. o'dook a. in. aud -:0„ o'clock p. m.,
makinii (.lose eoniieetions throughout to
: I.yncliburi.. nnd ail station- on A., ?.l and Ohio
railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
I .Function, Memphis, New Orleans. Chattanooga,
Canton, Jackson, Vlcksbnrg, Mobile, I>alton, At
lanta, Rome, Seluia, Maoon, Coluiiiliu* and all
lioinis Sejnth tmd Southwest, Nashville, (.'oliim
bua, Cliicajio, Cairo St. I.ouis and all !>oiiits
- North and North wist.
ticki'ts good until nt^cil.
Baggage check-d through.
New and i-li-nanl sli-epniK c-.us mi all ni«ht
Gkssd MUtlng-house-, and ample time for meals.
l'are lower than by any other route.
For farther infbnna-iou, apply at the office of
the Virginia and Tenne.se Air-Line Railway,
LBS- Main street, o«Mt the uilli-i- of th. Richmond
and Dam die railroad.
R. F. WALKER.
jy 31 Atrent.
OIltXiK. ALEXANDRIA Al%l> MAtVAV
On und after Sunday, January St, 1871, one
daily passenger train will run between WASH
; INIiTON and I.YNCiIHI RG, connecting at
Gordonsville with tlv Ohwapealre and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Tirsin
ia Springs; at Lynchburg for tbe West and
Southwest, and at Washington, totle- North and
t | Leave W-J-Ungton daily at 8:6- a. in, and Alex
, audi'ia at la.re,, airlTbvgat Lynchburg at d:ft_
i! p. m.
■ Leave Lynchburg at _:xd ft. ID., arrive .1 Alex
- : andria al ...i'l p. in, and al Washington at tf:lfi
I Bbr MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
- daily (excepting Sunday) at 10.30 am, leave Al
exandria at 11:20 a. in., pass Strasbnrg at 4:2 a
p. m., and arrive at Harrisburg at 7 p. in.
EuMwaid, leave Uarrlsbarg at 0:3.1 a. in ; pass
! Slra_burg at 9.2ri a. m., arrive at Alexandria at
1 .:''ti p. in. and at Washington in time for connect
ing with the 3 p.m. train from Washington tußal
I i Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are
- ! made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax sta
tion ;to Middleburg from Plains; to Upperville
from Piedmont, aud to Staunton ftom Harrlson
> 1 burg-
Elegant sleeping cars are run dally between
1 New York and Lynchburg, without change,
t j Also, cars through between Baltimi n and
Lynchburg, avoiding thu Uiconvetdcucc ot trans
fer in Washington.
Through tickets and baggage checked to all
prominent points. J M UUOADUS,
1 mh7—tf General Ticket Agent.
i i. i i ii rrss.
! IV MONT UAII.ROADS, OFFICE OF OEHI_
1 TICKET AND FREIGHT AOENT, Riom***.
! V*., Am. Mm, I*7l.
NOTKfE TO SHIPPERS.—Th* art* n tsmlet.it
hnn'tofor« existi-itf for the nhipmenl uf ftrv-KUt
South, via Gn*t?nsb*_HP»', on through Mils, hav.ll4.
| been discontinued by th* North ('nrolir.ft li_Uir»«fiJ
(lompMjr, nil rates to jujiiits **outh of G-reen_.bo
I n>', heretofore given to shipper* l , un n*Tol_»d.—
Hii'-nft m« rat*** will be ipiarunteed be/ctcwl
tf JOHN X- MAUMURUO.
(.••ii 1 Ticket and Freight A#eut
T. M. R. Tawott, Kngtueer andSup'..
•T .HAM.I- Ol' H4HKUILE. iftwJflLj
The ftiM and elegant Ride-wheel PALI
-1 SADE.Capt. ('ru-H. Nrmmk, winit-tt-v*. h«*r wlian,
at (Powhatan Stpftmhoat tompfuir'.. *»hed, )_*•_•__
t_tU«, every Tt'ESDAT, THVRSIJAT «»d SAT
TKI'AY at 7 o'clock A. M., tor Kina'*. Mill,
touching at all the regular landings on Jamcn
River. Returning-, will learn King'm Mill eTW>
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at
8 o'clock A. M., tonching at all the Lnmllnir*.
Freight received every day.
Thursday*] trip to Chiokrihomlny River 1* «U
All freight* for way landing in tut be prepaid.
For further particulars, apply to Captal* tv
board, or to WM. P. BRETT, Ag«nt,
ut Powhatan St«*nnir*.at ('ompany'r, SUetl*
FOR NEW YORK.-OI.D IW>- . !£&%.
MINION STEAMSHIP * !OM- 2_____H&
The splendid new Ride-wheel __K.wi_c_iU.j_ut
ISAAC HEJJ.. AI.BEMAia.E, BARATOOA,
UATTERAS and NIAGARA, luuve New Yorii
Norfolk, City Point and Richmond svery TUKB
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at I
o'clock I*. M.
These ships are entirely n-w, and were built
expressly for thi* route.
They linve splendid naloou* and ptatr-rootwi,
and tlie accommodations and attention are in.
Uooda shipped by tl)L« line are landed refftt
larly at New York, on the Company* cover***!
pier, 37 North river, within forty-eight hours.
Insurance effected when onfere-a, ut a qv-lb.
tbk or #xb FKu tnrr, at the o.lice of this com
Freight* for point - beyond New York forwarded
with dispatch, and no charge made, exooept ac
tual expenses incurred.
fcST For further information apply ts
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
ja I—tf No. 3 Governor «tre»t
VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP AND
PACKET COMPANY SUM*
The steamship GEORGE B. UPTON k-a\es
New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond
The rteamsnip WILLIAM P. CT.YI>E leaves
New York every TUESDAY ; leaves Richxnoud
Freight received daily.
(flone connection* made with fctettmert. lor a
Southern and Eastern ports.
D. J. BURR, Prt*ident,
WAsni.foTON & C»., Agents, Richmond, Va
Pier 12 North river. New Yark. agi
Tim woxbttayvi, khmkdt p.>i_
f'uncer. Syphilid, Mcrofu.a, llcers, S-all Rbe.ua
uud all other Chronic Uloud DUea-.es.
DR. P. T. ICEENE having jwt returned trow
Ecuador aud brought with him a ojtantitv of ths
i.KNIINK UUNDURANttU BARK, seenred
through the otHcial recommendation and ***•»«._
--tanco of His ExoeUency the President of Ecua
dor, and the Government of that Republic, we
are prepared to tUt orders lor it to a limited ex
tent, aud a*, a price about one-quarter of that
which the cost of th*. first very small supply
compelled ns to charge.
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