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jjONDAY EVENING, DEC. 11, 1871.
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Winter Effkcts on Summer
jIBOUGHTS. —Western horticulturists have
suffered much from a protracted drought
t l,is summer, and it may not be amiss to
rsinind them, that the consequence will
not be over with the first rain. It is well
known now that the vitality of plants is af
fected by untoward circumstances pretty
much the same as animals arc. A half
<t»ryed man, or one affected with a long,
enervating summer's heat, will have his
constitution so weakened that he fulls an
sttsv prey to the first enemy. So a plant
which grows on poor soil lias not the pow
er of storing up latent heat, as it has noth
ing to store from, and is easily killed by a
ilight frost, while under other circum
stances it would endure very hard weather.
Again, a P- ant ' n ver y wet ground is inca
pable of properly organizing its food in
jutntner, and it also gives way under a
The effect of the great summer heat is
last the same. The great evaporation takes
all the moisture, and none is left for tho
elaboration of food. A plant which suf
fers for want of water in summer easily
,|ics in the winter time.
These points are not merely theoretical,
but are explanatioas of facts which have
actually occurred. It will, therefore, be
»rell for those who have rare plants or trees
which they prize to loo!< ahead at these
One of the best tilings to be done, as a
precautionary measure, is to top-dress
with a little manure any tree likely to suf
fer. Manure not only feeds roots, but en
courages their production ; and this will in
crease the opportunities of the plant to la
up the necessary heat-giving material, be
fore the growing principle ceases its active
work. Beyond this a little protection from
cold winds, where the valuable specimens
aj-e in exposed places, will be very useful
It may not be out of place to notice tha
with the discovery of these facts about the
causes of winter destruction comes a new
view of the value of thermomctrical obscr
rations. At one time it was Supposed tha
the marking of a thermometer would mdi
cate exactly the degree of cold a plan
would stand. It was so with animals
Hut we now know that we often sulfe
more from heat when the thermometer i.
at eighty-five degrees, than when at ninety
five degrees and some will suffer more a
one temperature than others will. This i
owing to tho nature of other ele
meats as well as mere heat, and the vary
ing degrees of vitality in inividuals. Th
thermometer, therefore, is of little value in
i|ctermi(iing what a plant will stand, and
ihe long tables of plants and degrees peo
ple used to take so much trouble to make
up are now of little more use than waste
Here is tho axiom to remember : the
hardiness of plants is dependent on their
vitality, and this again is dependent on their j
ability to maintain heat under favorable
circumstances. — Gardener's Monthly.
Wintek Feeding fou Butter.—
\V. 11. White, in the Country Gentleman, I
"It requires a certain amount of food to
sustain tho system in health, etc.; any sur
plus goes either to increase the How and
richness of the milk, or is appropriated into |
the system. In cold weather much food
goes to sustain animal heat, unless kept in j
-ome other way. Heat radiates from a |
worm body when exposed to a free, cold
atmosphere, faster than if the atmosphere j
be more confined —not subject to violent
agitation, etc. This would indicate that
the cow which was kept in comfortable
warm quarters would give more satisfac
tory products, on tho same keep, than
the same cow in less warm quarters.
I,'ould we give our dry hay and fodder
an approximate proportion of its succulence
of summer and keep tliecows as comfortably I
warm, or their surroundings, we could ob
tain as good winter products from them as
at any season. Can we do this, or
even approximate it ? I think it is pos
siDle to come much nearer to it than
is the general practice, but it will
mvolve some labor and slight extra
oxpenfe to in ike the change ; but once
made the economy of tbe thing becomes
apparent, and overbalances any extra effort
aud'expense. First, we should provide
warm, well-vantilated stables, comfortable
and clean, for the cows ; keep them clean,
well curried and tidy ; give them all they
will eat of good food, prepared as below,
with plenty of good water to drink. Their
utables ought to be on the sunny side of
the barn, with windows to admit the light,
etc.; and their yards for exercise, should
Iks sunny and protected. So much for com
fort externally. Most cows in milk arc
very sensitive, and should receive the kind
est of care and treatment in every respect.
Their feeding, watering, milking, etc.,
should be done at regular hours, in the
same order, and so far as possible by the
same individual, especially the milking,
and all to the least annoyance of the cows.
From observation, experience and the
testimony of others, I believe feeding cook
ed fodder to be the most economical, and
to give the best results in all respects. —
Nearly as good results may be had without
the actual steaming or cooking, and this
will come within tbe reach of all, and at
the same time cli'ect quite a saving of feed.
First, the fodder should be cut fine—it may
be mixed of different qualities, or all alike,
but there should be a proportion of good
hay—it should then be packed in a box,
whifch may be a bin in one corner of the
barn floor, mixing in two quarts of corn
meal and bran or shorts, mixed in equal
quantities, to feed to each cow for each
mess ; scatter it evenly through and wet
down with boiling water; pack and press
tight, giving water, all the feed will absorb,
and then cover tight to steam; in about
twenty-four hours the whole mass will be
equalized and in the best condition to feed,
almost equal to green fodder."
How a Farm may Lose Money.—
By keeping no account of home operations.
Paying no attention to the maxim, " A
stitch in time saves nine," in the
Rowing of grain and planting of seed at the
Leaving the reapers, ploughs, cultiva
tors, etc., uncovered from tlie rain and
heat of the sun. More money is lost in
this way than most people are willing to
Permitting broken implements to be
scattered over the farm until they are irre
parable. By repairing broken implements
at the proper time many dollars may be
saved, a proof of the assertion that time is
Attending auction sales and purchasing
all kinds of trumpery, because, in the
words of tho vender, the articles are " very
Allowing fences to remain unrepaired un
til strange cattle are found grazing in the
meadow, grain-fields, or bruising tbe fruit
Disbelieving tho principle of a rotation of
crops before making a single experiment.
Planting fruit trees with the expectation
of having fruit, without giving the trees
half the attention required to make them
Practicing economy by depriving stock
of proper shelter during the winter, and
giving them unsound food, such as half-rot
ten and mouldy hay and fodder.
Keeping an innumerable tribe of rats on
that eat np more in a month than they are
worth in a whole lifetime.
How to Break Colts.—No home is
naturally vicious, nor ever was there a vi
cious horse that was not made so bj misman
agement. The more noble anil lngh-spirit
;ed the horse is, the more cautious he is of
j danger. Xow, if we attempt to subline
I him without lirst getting his confidence,
and eradicating his tear, tin. process will be
I slow indeed, lie is constantly excited and
! leaps and plunges, and perhaps throws
: himself, in his madness. The common
; way of breaking colts fully illustrate-
Suppose take altogether a different
| course and entice him into the yard, and
' then alone quietly commence Ins educa-
I tion. When he linds himself alone wiih
'■ his enemy, he will watch very narrowly
I all our movements. Slowly and cautinii—
ly we approach him. Soon we see, by his
| restless eye, that he is afraid. We stop
j awhile and then again proceed, being very
i careful to go slow that his eye will show no
1 fear. When within his reach we carefully
put out our hand towards him ; he reaches
I out his head and smells. We then com
mence to pat and smooth him on the Don
and neck, which he is as fond of as a cat ;
step away from him and, to our wonder, he
follows us. We gently caress him again,
and we soon find that he will follow us
J'hen we put on a halter, and find that
ihe is already halter broken ; you may
I handle him as familiarly as you choose,
I and he will not kick or bite; and if jou
| take the same careful, gentle course in bis
j after education, you will never know him
to resist any demand which he understands.
Having once established our friendship in
his mind, we should never frighten him by
attempting to make him do anything he
does not understand. Never attempt to
I harness or mount a colt suddenly the first
j time, for it will surely frighten him, anil
j you will lose his confidence. Horses are
m:u le \icious by bad usage ; and the man
who can abuse a noble and conliding horse,
and spoil his disposition, should be the
only one to suffer from tho teeth and hoofs
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Young persons are too apt to commit exceeeee
from not being aware of the dreadful conse j
quenecs that may ensue. Now, who that under
standi the subject will pretend to deny that the !
lower of procreation is lost sooner by those fall- j
ing into improper habits than by the prudeut T ■
Resides being deprived of the pleasures of
healthy offspring, the most serious and deetruo- j
tlve symptoms to both body and mind arise. The ;
system becomes deranged, the physical and men- .
utl functions weakened, loss of procreative jh>w- |
er, nervous irritability, dys]iepein, palpitation of !
llie heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a j
wasting of tlie frame, coughs, consumption, de- j
Ca3 A a cURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. j
Persons ruined in health by unlearned preten
en who keep them trilling month after month, ■
I aking poisonous and injurious compounds, should =
if the Royal Collego of' Surgeons, Lot.- i
unte from one of the most eminent (.ol- ,
ie United States, and the greater part ,
life has been spent in the hospitals of '
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has I
lome of the most astonishing cures j
t ever known; many troubled with ring- :
ie head and ears when asleep, great ,
ess, being alarmed at sudden sounds, ,
-ss, with frequent blushing, attended
■ with a derangement of tlie mind, were j
IKE PARTICULAR NOTICE,
addresses all those who have Injured
es by improper indulgencies and sollta
, which ruin both body and mind, unflt
l for either business, study, society, or
ire some of the sad and melancholy ef
xluced by early habits of youth, viz:
sof the Hack and Limbs, Pains iv the
unless of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow- ]
latum of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous |
ty, Derangement of tlie Digestive Func- .
nous, General Debility, Symptoms of Cousonip- .
The fearful effect! on the mind are much to be
dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, .
Depression of Spirits, Kvil Forebodings, Aversion ,
to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid |
ity, Ac, are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
what Is the cause of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about
the eves, cough and symptoms of consumption.
who have injnred themselves by- a certain prac
tice indulged In when alone—a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, the
effects of which are nightly felt, even when
!l not cured, renders marriage ini
destroys both mind and body
• that a young man, the hope of his
pride of his parents, should be
n all prospects and enjoyments of
jiisequenc- of deviating from the
c anil Indulging in a certain secret
persons, mcst, before contempla-
sound mind and body are the most
lulsltes to prcmote connubial hapi
without these, tlie journey through
a weary pilgrimage, the prospect
ns to the view, the mind becomes I
th despair and filled with tho mcl- j
ction that the happiness of anolhei |
lited with your own.
nlsgntded and Imprudent votary of |
I he has imbibed the seeds of this !
ise, It too often happens that an 111- :
if shame or dread of discovery de- ■
l applying lo those, who, from edu
roectabillty. can alone befriend him.
the hands of ignorant, aud designing !
who, incapable of curing, lilch his ■
ibetance, keep him trilling month I
or as long as the smallest fee can be j
I with despair leave him with ruined ;
l over his galling disapisiinunent, or '
that deadly poison Mercury, hasten '■
ioual symptons of the terrible dis- .
is Affection of the Head, Throat |
te., progressing with frightful rapid
pats a period to his dreadful suffer- :
lg him to that undiscovered country
-K-urne no traveller returns,
lerefore, Dr. Joluiston offers the most
dy, pleasant and effectual remedy In
SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, j
le going from Baltimore street, a few 1
tlie corner. Fail not to observe tho ,
.ters received unless poet-paid and !
stamp to be used on the reply. Per
i-hould state age, and send jiortiou
ment describing symptoms.
• so many Paltry, Designing and ;
mposters advertising themselves as [
trilling with and ruining the health •
mforuuiately fall hito their iwwer, i
in-ton deems it necessary to say cc- j
nose unacquainted with his repnta. i
is Credentials or Diplomas always |
RBEMENT OF THE PRESS.
■ thousands cured at this institution
last eighteen years, and the nume
ll Operations performed by Dr. John- ;
Had by the reporters of the "Situ"
ilier papers, notice of which apjienred •
igain before the public, besides his j
i gentleman of character two respon- ,
suiflcicient guarantee Ui the afflicted.
HSEASKS SPEEDILY CURED.
AYIIIIH IIVCIENIC IN-U'U'UIS
LAIGHT ST., NEW YORK ("ITY.
.. WOOD, __. v., Phtsiciak.
is of this institution, which has been I
al operation for more than twenty
calmenl and Cure of tlie Sick, with
lg them, by Hygienic agencies alone,
lish a pleasant, genial Hums te friends
thronghout the world, whenever they :
Is of invalids have been successfully
hi! institution during the past twenty
its fame is known wherever the Eng
ge is spoken. Its appliances for tbe
:>! di-ease without the use of poison
.m the most extensive and complete of
tl in America. They comprise the ceI
'.DISH MOVEMENT CURE,
and extensive resourct-e of the
Food, a Pleasant Home, etc. Paitlcu ]
mi is given to the treatment of all forms
especially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia,
"lsiipation, Torpidity of the Liver, Weak
.vugs, and Incipient Consumption, Paralysis,
*oor Circulation, General Debility, Curvature of
o Spine, Scrofula, Diseases of the Skin, Ute
ue Weaknesses and Displacements, Sperma
Any one wishing further information should
"litt send for a circular, containing further par
cnlars, terms, etc., which will lie neat tree by
We are open at all hours ol the day and nigh
br tlie reception of boarders and patients. Our
location is convenient of access from the railroad
■pots and stearalioat landings, and to the hu>i
es» pan of the city. Street cars pass near the
oors to all parts of the city, making it a very
convenient stopping place for persons visiting the
ty ou business or pleasure. Our table Is sniv
ilied with the best kinds of food, healthfully
neparid, and plenty of it. In Iheee respect* h
Come and see, and loaTn how to live health
lUj at home. Terms reosomble
WOOD A HOLBROOK,
/ iHKSAFEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after September Ist, I'ASSENGER
TRAINS leave Richmond (Sundays excepted)
as follows : _ _.
i 6:30 A M—MAIL TRAIN for While Sulphur
Springs connecting at Gordonsville with Orange,
Alexandria and Manassas train for Washington
and North, and Lynchburg nnd South.
S:BS P. M—ACCOMODATION TRAIN tar
Gonlonsville, except on Saturday, on w hh-h day
it leaves at SP. M. This train connects at Gor- ;
donsville with the night trains on the Orange, .
Alexandria and Manassas railroad for Lynchburg '
THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, to ;
, all points Northwest and Southwest.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenetown, j
Amsterdam, Antwerp, Hamburg, Havre, Rotter
! dam, Bergen, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg, lo j
all points'on this mail can be bought of the Ge- |
neral Ticket Agent at Riclimond, or can be or- j
dered through any station agent on the road.
Further Information may be obtained at the |
No Piissenger Trains are run on Sundays.
A. H PERRY.
JAMSS F NBTIIBBI.A.ID,
General Ticket Agent. oe 4
' TkICHMOND AND
JtV YORK RTVER RAILROAD.
1 N©TICE TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVEL- |
as-BSTABMSIZIIBNT OB TBS DAILT MSB SBTWSSS
I RICHMOND, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA |
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
! ASP TO AX.L ABO BAST. WSBT l.tc
' GREAT REDUCTION OF FARE I
ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED I j
Passenger Train leaves Richmond depot dally '
i (Sundays excepted) at S P. M , connecting at ;
I West Point with the flrst-clasfl steamers
EASTERN CITY and DANIEL WEBSTER,
( touching at the river landings and arriving iv
1 Baltimore on the following morning In time to
'■ connect with trains North and West.
Through Tickets and Baggage Checked ie all
Passenger Train leaves at 3 P. M. on SUN
DAYS for West Point only.
Steamer leave pier No. 18,144 Light street, Bal
-1 union-, dally, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 P. M., ar
riving In Richmond the following morning at I*.
By this line passengers enjoy a good night's
Freight train, with passenger car attached, will
! leave dally (Mondays excepted) nt 4 A. M.
Freights received daily, carefully handled, and
I promptly forwarded.
No Kerosene Oil transported over this line.
] Through bills of lading given to all points.
, From Richmond to Baltimore •3 to I
I •' " " Philadelphia 6 711
•' •' " New York 10 00
" •' " Boston, all rail from
New York 16 71
I " " " Boston, via the Sound 14 20
■ To Baltimore and return 6 00
WM. N. BRAGG, Sup't.
I J. L. Taylob, Ticket Agent.
8. C. Gbastt, General Agent, Baltimore
"QICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD
IV On and after July 28th, 1871,
GOING WEST :
Train No. * (Through Passenger) leaves Rich- I
I mond datlv (except Sunday) at 4-ot, A. M.; leaves |
Danville al 11:0- A.M.; arrives at Greensboro' at I
Train Ns. 6 (Lynchburg Passenger) leave*
Ri> liniond dally at tilt A. M.i urnves at Lynch-
INM No. 13 I Freight and Accommodation) I
| leaves Richmond at 5:06 P. M.; arrives at Burkes- |
ville at 9.4 P. M., stepping at all way stations
j daily (Sundays excepted.)
: Train No. Il (Through Mall and Express)leav«s 1
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M.; leaves Danville |
daily at 10:42 P. M-; arrives at Greenslioro' dolly
at 1:12 A.M.
GOING EAST :
Train No. 14 (Through Mail and Express)
leaves Greensboro' dally at 7:60 P. M.; leaves
Danville daily at 10:12 P. M.; arrives at Richmond
daily at 6:14 A.M.
Train No. 9 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens
boro' daily (except Sundays) at 11:06 A. M.; leaves
Danville at 1:27 P.M.; arrives at Richmond at 9:22
Train No. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves
Lynchburg dally at R:3O A. M.; leaves Burkeville
at 1 P. M; arrives at Richmond at 4 P. M.
Train No. "3 (Freight and Accommodation)
leaves Burkeville at 4:30 A. M ; arrives at Rich
mond at 8:46 A. M , stopping at all way sta
tions dally (Sundays excepted.)
Trains Nos. 2 and 11 connect at Greensboro' j
with Trains on North Carolina railroad for all I
Train No. 6 connects at Burkeville with I
Train on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad
for all jioinis Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest can be procured at the ticket office In
Richmond, and of R. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, No. 1326
Papers that have arrangements to advertise the I
schedule of this company will please print as
above. JOHN R. MACMt'RDO,
Gi-neral Ticket and Freight Agent.
T. M. R. Tai,.:.itt. Eng'r and Snp't. an 24
SCHEDULE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS
BURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, GOING
INTO EFFECT JUNE 7, 1871.
THROUGH TRAINS leave depot, corner
Bvrd and Eighth streets, as follows :
"The DAY TRAIN daily at 5:20 A. M. Arrives
in Washington at 12:15, Baltimore (except on
Sundays) at 2:16, Philadelphia at 6:15, and New
York tit 10:20 P. M. TIIE SAME DAY.
The NIGHT TRALN dally (except on Sundays)
The DAY TRAIN arrives in Riclimond at »:17
The NIGHT TRAIN arrives tn Richmond
(Mondays excepted at 3:30 A. M.
The Accommodation train, for mu
ford leaves Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays
excepted) at 3:30 P. M. Arrives in Richmond al
'FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 6:45 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAGE Checks to all tlie principal points in the
North, East and West.
COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and
TICKET OFFKTE, corner Byrd and Eighth
J. B GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
E. T. D. Mtebj. General Suiwrintendent.
DIRECT PASSENGER IIOITK
RICHMOND AND THE
EH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST,
NTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R.
TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY.
Great Passenger Route Is composed of the i
Richmond and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mis
slssippl and Ohio railroad. East Tennessee and i
Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia J
railroad, Nashville and Chattanooga eailroad,
and Memphis and Charleston railroad and their
connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond
daily at 9:15 o'clock a. m. and 6:06 o'clock p. m.,
making close connections throughout to
Lynchburg and all stations on A., M and Ohio
railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand
Junction, Memphis, New-Orleans, Chattanooga, |
Canton, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, At- j
lanta, Rome, Selina, Macon, Columbus and all
points South and Southwest, Nashville, Colum- !
bas, Chicago, Cairo St. Louis and ail points I
North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked tlirough.
New and elegant sleeping oars on all night i
Good eating-houses, and ample time fin* meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
For further information, apply at the ofllce of
the Virginia and Tennesse Air-Line Railway.
1326 Main street, or at the ollice of tlie Richmond
and Danville railroad
ty SI Agent.
STRANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS-
On and after Sunday, January SB, MTI, one
daily passenger train will run between WASH*
INGTON and LYNCHBURG, connecting at
GordotifcVille with the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virgin
ia Springs', at Lynchburg for the West and
Southwest, and at Washington, to the North and
Leave Washington dally at 6:55 a. m, and Alex
andria at Ba. in., arriving at Lynchburg at 606
; Leave Lynchburg at S:BS a. m., arrive at Alex
andria at A 25 p. m, and at Washington at 6:16
'' For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington
i daily (excepting Sunday) al 10:30 am; leave Al
exandria at ll:llii a. tn , pass Strasburg at 4:110
p. m., and arrive at Harrishurg at 7 p. in.
Eastward, leave Harrtsburg at 6:30 a. m; pass
Strasburg at 9.25 a. m., arrive at Alexandria at
' 1.66 p. m. and at Washington in time for connect
ing with tbe 3 p.m. train from Washington toßal-
Good connections, by comfortable conches, are
, made to Fairfax Court House fi-cra Fairfax sta
i tion; to Middleburg from Plains; to I'ppernlle
I from Piedmont, and to Staunton fiotn Harrl-ou-
Elegant sleeping cars are run dally betwe-so
; New York and Lynchburg, wlthent change.
Also, ear. through between Baltimore ar.d
Lynchburg, avcddle the InoDUVe-nJeace est Wane
Through tickets and bancaae cheeked n> al
TICKET AND FREIGHT AGENT, RtcasoHn
Vs.. Am. MTU, I*7l.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.—The arrangements
heretofore existing for the shipment of freight
South, via Oroonsl-oro', on through bills, having
licen discontinued by the North Carolina Rail mail
Company, all rates to jiolnts south of Oreensbo
ro', heretofore given to skippers, ar» revoked.—
Hereafter no rates will be guaranteed beyond
Greensboro. JOHN R. MACMt'RDO,
Gen'l Ticket and Freight Ag»*ni
T. M. R.Tai'ott, EngineerlMSup't
an it*.—ts ______
nlllMiK OF M'HGDlir feSHkl
On and after TUESDAY, the nth instant, the
fast and elegant side-wheel steamer PALISADE
will leave her wharf (at Powhatan Steamboat
company's shed,) Rocketi., every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY nnd SATURDAY MORNINGS, si
«<** o'clock A. M , for Norfolk, Portsmouth, and
all the regular landings on James River.
Freight received evi-rv day from 7 AM. to ft!*
An freights for way landing must be prepaid.
For freight or passage, apply to Captain on
beard, or to WM. P. BRETT, Agent
no 17—8 m
T.IOR NEW YORK.-OLD DO- __itßf_V
J? MINION STEAMSHIP COM- SelJUem
Tlie splendid new side-wheel Steamships
ISAAC HELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA,
HATTERAS and NIAGARA leave Now York
Norfolk. City Point and Richmond every TUES
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at I
o'clock P. M.
Theße ships are entirely new, and were built
expressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons and Btale-roon-j-.
and tlie accommodations and attention are iv.
Goods phipfied by this line are landed regu
larly at New York, on the Comimny's covered
pier, 87 North river, within foi-tv-elght hours.
Insurance effected when ordered, at a was
tes op omb ma ev.sc. at tho ofllce of thin com
Freights for points beyond New York forwarded
with dispatch, and no charge made, execept ac
tual expenses incurred.
»_T' For furt her information apply lo
JOHN W. WYATT. Agent,
ja I—tf No. II Governor street.
■\rIRGINIA STEAMSHIP AND - fLM
V PACKET COMPANY". 1 -™
The steamship GEORGE B. UPTON leave.
New York every SATURDAY'; leaves Richmond
The steamship WILLIAM P. CLYDE leaves
New York every TUESDAY ; leaves Richmond
Freight received dally.
D.J. BURR, President,
1214 Main Btreet.
S. Ai.hXA.*.iiK«, Agent and Gen'l Snpt. ap 4
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