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FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 20, 1871.
Sl'llllT Ilia THK iTIU_-i_i»U *"M.JI.S», Tho Dispatch misrepresents the Journal, in an article intended by our neighbor to ejplain away or smother the real object of the movers In the Elder portrait boitacHi when it says: Tho negroes iv the Sonata of Virginia op posed the purchase of Elder's portrait of Gen eral Leo, which nobody was surprised at. It mattered nothing. Mr. Massey moved that a portrait of General Thomas be also put up in the capital, and the negroea of onnrse favored that. Massey's trick was merely partisan. He knew tbat it would not go down with the Sen ate, and he did not want it to go down. The Joornal, true to Radical hypocrisy, lets on that it ia grieved at the wrong done to tha memory of General Thomas and the injustice of the Legislature in declining to honor Thomas while honoring Lee. We are more surprised at some Northern papers, the '/V»-_n« among them, following tbe lead of the negroes and Massie in this matter. The Journal did not say one word in support of the proposition to purchase a picture of Gen. Thomas, and place it in the Senate Uhambor —even though we know it would havo the effect Babelais tells us the portrait of the French monarch : had upon Edward of England, and be a saving in physic to the Oonservativo Sena- I tors. Wo objected to the name of Thomas being brought up at all, only to bo sub jected to insult and indignity. Th. country will tako care of the fame of Thomas and Scott, and other great Virginians, who have deserved well of tho nation ; while it will not object to the people of Virginia paying the highest honors to those whose memory they revere ; but it was the ani mus of"this thing of whioh the people will complain. | Everything is done in a defiant spirit, and for the purpose of arousing the slum bering passions of partisan and sectional hate. It is not becau.o these men loved Lee so much, that they do this thitig, but because they hate the Union more. And it is not so much a tlesiro to do honor to General Lee, as it is to advertise thom selves into notoriety a a the vestals of his fame, that prompts the medlcsoinene-S of these hypocritical worshippers at his shrine. We said the fame of Le_ would keep till calmer times, but some of thoso who admire him act as if they were afraid it would not last half a year. We are no hypocrite iv tbi3 or any other matter. | Our admiration for the great Oonfederate General is honest and sincere,—and, there fore, we regret the indiscreet course of these people who are building up popularity for themselves at the expense of this good man's fame. They are overdoing tho thing, aud inviting a re-action. If the Dispatch wants a model for a statue of hy pocrisy, it must take ono of these pre tended admirers, who are constantly bow ing before the imago of the hero, "that they may be seen of men," and aivcrtise their goods for sale. j The following paragraph from the article in tbo Dispatch exactly fits these ; "advertisers," who would rise to fortune by crawling in the dust before liviug heroes, or by sitting in sackcloth among the ashes of departed greatness : 'The honors paid to men spring from sen timent, the admiration of noble traits and gal lantdeeds, the unbonght and spontaneous ._' pulse of the public mind. Great are those honors when prompted by this noble motive. When it comes to that, that men bow and crawl before power and bestow their applanse through fear or to win favor, their applause will be contemptible, and those on whom they slaver will fully appreciate their base hypo crisy. They will be justly rewarded with con tempt and further oppression." That is a hard hit-at the majority in tho Senate. Yes ; let such honors be tbe ipontaneous [tribute of a people's admira tion, affection and respect, and not a more tick of the politicians to exalt their own virtues and win votes. The people ought to havo bought Elder's portrait by a sub scription out of their own pockets,—and then it wuuld have been sicred from par tisan pollution,—and no political capital coold have been made on either side. Everything indicates that tho Democrats in the South desiro to taunt the people of tho North until they force another con flict. It would seem as if we were never to have peace, —and we really believe, thoy are anxious for the military reoccupa tion of this section, and its government by proconsuls. In colonial times the South era States preferred the rulers s.ntthemby V 1 A The Whig, like another Dioganes, is trimming its lamp to go thr.ugh the land in search of houest men for office. That, it declares to be the great need of the times. Wo thought we had honest men in office in this State, and we know the Federal govern ment is in the most trust worthy hands tbat have directed its helm since the days of old Zack Taylor, and he, brave old warrior that he was, was too houest to live long iv the corrupt atmos phere of Washington. But General Grant is a younger and tougher soldier, though not a better, and will probably last through his eight years. The Whig, in the course of its remarks, denounces thai growing evil, tho abuse of everybody by tho press who does not h.ppen to agree with its conductors, and which, it argues, not ouly serves in many instances to bring tho office into public contempt, but in other instances to I've the purposes of those who are used, by mukiug them martyrs to p'er lutiou, and thus endearing them .till >re to their siippoit.rs and worshippers. Bays: We say this praciice, incident to all free governments,.of abusing public officials whoso politics are offensive to their assailants, or whose public course, on any other account, is disapproved, is flagrantly demoralizing; and demoralizing for the one main reason that such clamors disturb the popular sense of right and wrong, erect barriers of prejudice not easily broken down, and enable dishonest men, !eally perverting the powers and op ;a of office, to set cp plausible pre ts martyrs, whenever their corrun exposed and denounced. Tbe people ften the cry of "wolf, wolf;" so of men bitterly villifled as cowards, id assassins, whom tbey tied on close i and better acquaintance to be good dlows alter all; tbe political -preßS ia ready and vigorous in drawing on its if abuse, tbat when a "sure enough" appear—when .<imo scoundrel »'t de« ■ the watchdog! of the treasury, with elbow deep in the public treasury, locket swollen with ill-gotten spoils— reates no alarm, the plea ol political on is at onco confidently set up and ly urged; and, ten to one, if the 9 made to suffer the ju.t penalties of ;es; hi£ own party inscribes bis name Book of Martyrs," and many timid he other 6tde have their doubts ofthe r at least of tin; policy, ofbispunish the Whig illustrates its meaning, /ing that the persecution of promt publicans by abuse, has almost mr r redounded to their good—as in a of llo'.d.u, Butler, Porter, Bul- Yhittomoie and others — wh'iso t might stretch out to the crack ol ike the line of Baiiqu. a successors— ye had greatness thrust upon tbem the abuse "f the Southern press onclude-; thus wisely : rust tbe time is approaching whei Kill not reckon it among the duties o those who light beneath thtir banners to villl pand their opponents simply becanso they are rech; to assail private character without i oaase, and to recklessly assign dishonorable j motives for public acts which may have been I suggested by palrlotlo intentions only. When j this step shall hare been taken, the nam will be obvious and facile, namoly, for partie* Efrom defending dishonest and nn n in our ranks simply because tbey there, and to save them, from eviction and punishment, when rved. Never bofore, in the history ntry, has thero been such a neces sii now, for the introduction of into places of public trust; and all 1 should work together to secure -atum. Whig will borrow our lantern, )f the magic sort, ami cast ils the officers now in place, it will heil to find how tew dishonest ty Federal positions, nsurvativo press and speakers eople daring the "Walker aud -vasa, thatfso soon as tho State d under a Democratic govern reer of unparalleled prosperity n before her; and how has the en fulfilled ? Let tho following paragraph, from an article in the Enquirer of this morning, give the answer : From all parts of the State we receive one concurrring account of increased and increas ing distress. The business of the country _i more restrained, —the hopes of the people aro more depressed,— than they were when the horrid military government expired in this Commonwealth. Detestable as tbat was, it yet did no more to oppress the business ener gies of the country than has continued to be done since we got away from its vile fangs. Too fact is, that with tho military here, and the Bureau, aud other federal ma chinery of that good government, money was plentiful, and everybody receivod some of it. Tho people wore penniless at the close of the war, and for five years tho government supported them out of its treasury. It uursed them into life, —only to be stung in return "for its kindness. Now that our people,—who had always been de pendent for their support upon somobody olw, and nevor upon their own exertions, — in tim days of slavery on their slaves, and since then on tho government,—we say now that they are left to their own re sources, they find themselves helpless. Hercules has ceased to aid them, —aud they sit down by the roadside to abuse him, while they leave their wagon sticking up lb tho hub in tho mire. But the Enquirer is always grumbling, and putting tbo ugliest face on things. Its gloomy forebodings are enough to cast a shadow over tho hearts of the most hopa fui among us, and destroy what little of energy is left to us. Do try aud lift up i tho hearts of the people, and inspire them ' with brighter aud inoio truthful pictures of the future, which is by no moans so black as it is painted. i SaCVI'IC KS^ 4163 rprtlS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE: That on the 17th JL day of January 1871, a warrant in bankrupt cy was isßHed against the estate of Austiu Hoge, of Staunton, Augusta county, and State of Virginia, who has beeu adjudged a bankrupt ou lis own petition : —That tbo payment of any debts, md tbe delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to hlin or for his use, and the transfer ot any property by him are forbidden by law :—That a meeting ofthe creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at tho office ot the Register in Bank ruptcy, at Harrisonburg, Virginia, before C. Douglas Gray, Esq., Registor, on the _ st day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. • DAVID B. PARKER, Ji> 1.-Th-W U. S. Marshal. rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : X That on the 16th day of January, 1871. a war rant in bankruptcy was Issued against the estata of John Wellley, of Page coumy, and State of Vn., wbo has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition: That the payment of any debts, and the deli very of any proporty bolongtng to said bankrupt, to him or for hi: use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of tho creditors of tho said bankrupt, to prove his debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at the office of the Regifetor in Banktuptcy,at llarri.on burg, Virginia, before C. Douglas Gi- y, Esq., Regis ter, an the Hist day of Febiuary, 1871, at 10 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, ja 19—Thgw U. H. Marshal. ' p IIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : i. That on the l.'h day of January 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was Issued avalnst tho estate of Davii E. Alxumd, of Page county, and State of Virginia, who l.as been adjudged a bank rupt on his own petition :—That the payment of tiny debts, and the delivery of any property ba longing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use and the transfer of any property by hini, are forbidden by law :—That a moeiiug of tho creditors cf said I bankrupt, to prove their debts, and cbuose one or j more assignees of hia estate, will be held at a Court | of Bankruptcy, to beholden at the Register's office f in Alexandria, Va., before I,y samlor llill, Esq., Regis l tor, on the lit. diy of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock I . \J DAVID B. PARKER, ja 18— .V2w U. S. Marshal. <~piil3 IS TO GIVE NOTICE: I I That on the 16th day of January, 1871, a j warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the es j tato of John B. Uoates, of Louisa county, and I Stute of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt I on in. own petitiou:—That the payment of any I iebts, and the delivery of any property belonging to laid Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans ler of any proporty by him are forbidden by law :— That a meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to I prove their dobts, and choose one or more assignees 1 of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Register's office in Alexandria, I Va. before Lysander Hill, Esq., Register, aa the 11th. day of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, Ja 18—W-2w U. 8. Marshal. rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: IX. That a.n the 14th day of January, VBX, a war- I rant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate 1 of C. W. Ooontr., of Frederick coonty, and titate I of Virginia, who has boen adjudged a bankrupt -m hi i own petition:—That the payment ol any debts, aud the delivery of any property belonging to said I bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the ti ausler ot I any property by him are forbidden by law :—lhat a 1 ui.-ctinaf of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove I their debts, and i-hoose one or more assignees of bis I estate, will be hold at a court of bankruptcy to be j holden at tbe Register's office in Alexandria, Va., ho- I fore Lysandsr llill, Esq., Register, on the tlth day of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, ja lU—Wllw U. B. Marshal. •spills IS TO GIVE NOTICE: 6 That on the 14th day of January, 1871, a | \7arrant iv bankruptcy was issued against the es- I tite ot Johu a. Uieb, of Alexandria county, State of I Va., wbo has.beeu adjudged a bankrupt on his own po - f tition: —That the payment of any debts, and thedeli- I very of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to I him or for his use, and the transfer of any property I by hi ni are forbidden by law :—That a meeting of tho creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, aud choose oue or more assignees of his estate, will I be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at I I the Register's old :e lv Alexandria, Va., before Lysan- I I der llill, Esq., Register, on the 11th day of February, DAVID B. PARKER, piUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:— I JL That on the 14th day of January, 1871, a I warrant In Bankruptcy was issued against the es tate ol Groeiilniry Grimes, of Loudoun county, 1 I and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a I I bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the I I iiaymest ot any debts, and the delivery of I I auy property belonging to said bankrupt, to him I or for his use, and the trausfer of auy property I by him are forbidden by law: That a meeting of tho 1 I creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo their debts, j I and choose oue or more assignees of his estaU, will j I be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holdeu at I . I the Register's office in Ala-.mdrla, Va., before Lysan- I ■ I der Hill. Esq , Register,on the 11th day of February, ' 1871, at 9 o'clock A. 11. I DAVID B. PARKER, I I J a 18—Wi!w U. 8. Marshal. I T-YISTKIOT UOURT OF THE UNITED \_J States for the District _f Virginia. . I To all whom it may concern —Gkektino : , I Notice is hereby given, That, on the l£_d day of Dec., I 1870, one Mule, and one Cart, and a barrel of Apple * 1 Brandy, claimed by John J. Turner, Southampton i I caunty, Virginia, were seized by the Marshal of 1 the Uuited States for said District as forfeited to • I the use of the Uuited States, and tho same is 3 I libeled and prunecuted in this Court In the name a- 1 of tho Unitod States, tor condemnation for the causes 1 in the said libel net forth, and that said cause will - I Btaud for trial at the court-room in the city of Rich -1 I mond, on the Ist day of March next, when and I where all persons are warned to appear to show causo o I why condemnation should not be decreed, and to in- Urv.ua for their interests. . ' MAIUMK Pir.la .<: II ,1. MPS i I * QNUQLY ENSCONCED AMID TUR WILDS OF J Kj one of tha Middle States, lived Madamo Deft* champs, man; years apo, with uo known MOteetor, i save a faithful dog that ever stood buside M to do fend in time of noed. Her small, moss-covered cabin, wrapped with the wiM rose and honoysnckle, appeared hid away hy a cluster of undergrowth, and closely environed on the north and east hy a deep, craggy ravlno that led away back to the monn- Ilere, sniffling the Ambient air, wafted from na ture's green sward clinging to the mountain side, bathing her brow in early morn's gentle dewdrop, she livod solitary and alone tor many long jeara The catamount's unearthly midnight yell, and the wolfs doleful howl, frequently __rons»d her from I pleasant midnight slumbers. Now and then she would emerge from her <m- j known home and mingle with the inhabitants i aronnd abont for one or two months at a time. She wm acoentric in her acts, and all viewed her as a j I living curiosity. While from home, she apparently had but one ob ject, and that was the relief of her afflicted sex. I Under a belt on her left side, could be seen an old fashioned dirk of considerable siio, carried for her own protection, while strapped across her Bhonlder [ was suspended a curious sack made from tha SKINS OF RABBITS AND RACCOONS arranged in alternate stripes. This bag contained I some old parchment, curious relics, a few light gnr- I ments, and a smaller sack containing a Ooafsi pow der made from certain roots known only to herself, the secret of which she clung to as with the tenacity of death. She sallied forth from her wild mountain home, to act the Good Samaritan, with this unknown vegetable powder, which she claimed possessed a wonderful power over all diseases incideut to th» female sex. She termed it "womb physic," with which she proposed to cure all afflictions and de rangements of tbat organ, and kindred complaints, rasa or chabob With such s magic did she relieve all who applied, that within a few years hor name and fame became known far and wide, ami hun dreds of Buffering females applied for relief and re- J tumid to their homes healthy and happy. Many were anxious to know her gr at seer©', mid large sum* ef money were offered if alio would divulge It; but she stubbornly refused. Dnring her solitary life, _ho became intimate with only one woman, a noted midwife some inUce distant, to whom sho promised to DIVULUtt HER SKCfiKT before dying. In a few years, as the ..ombre *hade of night began to clone around her tottering frame she Imparted this groat tec ret to this friend. ****** She too gained qoite a reputation for relieving th suffering of her sex, and strange as it may appear she scarcely erer foiled to cure those old chronic fe male complaints that had resisted all ordinary mode of treatment. Many years ago, the writer of this while engaged in the practice of medicine,by a llttlo strategy, succeeded in procuiing the secret of this wonderful Vegetable Regulator, which had never been Known to the Medical Profession. lie gave it a fair and impartial trial in the treat ment ot various forms and Btages of female cora !■Units with such decided satisfaction, that in 1860 he called public attention lolls virtues tfl "GROSS* MEDICO CHIRURUICAL RRYIBW." Combioed with other known vegetable Tonica, having great power over the uterine organs ; with Black Root to act upon the Liver aud Bowels, and S-duble Citrate of Iron to correct tiie blood, he has formed a wonderful combination for the cure of all Female Complaints, considering it the only Feinalo Regulator kno*-n, aud now ofnra this viluaMecomJ I' uud to tbe afflicted female, undo; the name of |BNGLISH IBM ALB BIITKR3, The Medical Profession at Urge, have long felt the tfoedof jn.t such a medicine, consequentlj it is mo strange that they so eagerly preecrtbo aud recom mend the*.) Bitters to their female patients. ■ If yon could see the pilo of smiling approvals aud encomium, from physicians and the public who h;ive cnre.i their wives, their daughters arid their frfjndy, by tbe use of Bitters, no sickly female would ti —: tat ■to use them. This Female Regulator ii adapted for old, young, married or sing l © females, who are affected with acute or chronic forms of Uterine derangements. They cure painful, sup pressed, scrtuty, profuse or Irregular Menstruation, j Chlorosis or Green Sickness, Floor Albns or Whites Hysterics, F.lliug of tho Womb, TJlci ration and Ir ritabtlity of tho Womb, pain iv the side, back or foil!!, sick Headache, palpitation or fluttering ef the Heart, hu>Ti_nl Breathing, swimming of the Head cold Feel aud Hands, loss of Appetite, Indigestion torpid Liver, Mulaueholly, Nervouoness, Wakeful nose, Barrenness, physical Procuration, etc., etc Many of Hmm aro relievod by tho use ef only one bottie. THE LIYBR AND STOaUAOH Are thoroughly aroused and rostorod to a healthy ac tion, by the use ot these Bitters Its peculiaa Iron and Veg6tab.fi combination, plnees it far ahead o any similar preparation bofore the public. Females, afler confinement and convalescents from any-debilitating complaint, who rentals weak an< feeble, with little or no appetite, are at once arouse* and strengthened by their use. As a Family Toni for men, women and children, it ha. no equal. On tjiblespooulul contains more medical properties, than one bottle of any of tho commou and pleasant "di lute alcohol" bifers. to bo found all over the country When tho manufacturers ol the common beverages of the day say they euro a. I diseases, they well know thay are "pulling the wool" over yr.in* eyes, aud laugh at your stupidity ia being so eas ; ly humbugged whenever the article smacks of whisky. If you reallj dosire a valuable Iron and Vegetable Tonic tor yourself and family, ono ho-tle of 10. P. B. will last longer and do more good than ono Hoeen of the ordinary "grog >«bi>p ' bitters, as one table poonfal in water, ia stiSi*ient for a wh&l* family. As A FKMAI-E RBGI'LAffOB, It has no equal on this continent, acting powerful 1 I aud promptly iv ull cases, where no organic lesio i exists. It Is Just the medicine for young girls, wh I have some difficulty in rotaining the bloom on th I cheeks, and who do not feel exactly right. For th j mother at the "change of life," it soothes and quiei s I until the critical parted is passed, as sweetly as f enjoying the brightest beams of opal ray, flittin through tho air of oriental climes. The medicine i ■old at the low price of $1 50 per Bottlo, or six fo $8 00, and can be had of all Druggists and Merchant* thto*gh*ut the eour:try. jAdfM J. V. liROMGOOI.K k CO., Proj's, Memphis, Term. t I Tha Best and Cheapest now beforo the public, for i all affections and derangements of the Kidneys and I Bladder. Large Bottles only $1 00 or clx for $6 00. Sold by Drngghth. and Merchants everywhere. cXpital (Oold). 1*00,000,000 Asset. (January Ist, 1STO) t»W,ll*,oßJ HBW T-KK OUT B<IAR» •» RB-IB_H«_ t DAaNIKL DOWB, | A. A LOW, OKOKOEOPDYKK, H B.CLAFLIN, WM. T. COLEMAN, - JHN WINSLOW. TOLICtES GRANTED IN CURRENCY AND G"! >'. 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DANIEL will continue to attend the Courts in which they now practice. CJAU'L M. PAGE AND PHILIP WOOD have | kTv lorm.'d a co-partnership for the PRACTICE OF LAW Ik all the courts of the city of Richmond and counties of Henrico, Chesterfield, Powhatan and Will attend other counties inspects! cases. Address PAGE A WOOD, 00 24—tf No. 20 Govornor street, Richmond, Va t. h. CB_._i.ia.;- I, a. salmis. < aifrid mortoh f \ HANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS, ATTORNEY a AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, .-•<.:•:(■ OF BANK * TENTH STRRKTB. KOOMS No. _, S and 4, MARSHALL Eil.;., BICHMOSD, v«kami_> ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SACS NO. 1, So.a;./1.. _OI_OIH , Ooruer 10th and Bank ate. 1 4at BLEB SMITH, .TTORWEY AT I AW AND COMMISSIONER IN OHANOKa_Y, For all oaaurt* of olt? of Richmond aod ooanty et Henrico. Crnoa No. 1310 Boss B*., _ag 18—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. OHMS, P1.T01,. *C. ■*o». i 408 Main St., and 609 Broad St.. (near Second Market,) Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail PUUB-S .UNB, lIIFTaES, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIA!, UN* CUTLERY, FISHING TACKLE AND HUNTSMEN'S GOODS. Oar stock Is unusually large this season, embracing I a complete assortment from the best European *>id American houses, and will be sold as low as possible, GUNS and RIFLES luada to order and repaired In tha very boat manner. Agent for Rcuiingt-u't cheap and first-class FIRE ARMS. N. B.—Orders by mail proupllyfilled. a. • DR. LA WKKNC _..< Highly Concentrated Fluid Extra-.. KOSKOO, THK BUM UA&ni ItK&TOKM:. NO QUACK MEDICINE—FORMULA AROUSI' THB BOTTLF. paa?Aß!in goi,__v by Dlt, J. J. 1,.WR1-..1'.K. ORGAN.O fiHEMTST NORFOhK, VIRGINIA. KOSKOO I • STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE BY PU RIFYING THE BLOOD, RESTORING THK LIVER AND KIDNEYS TO A lIKALTHY ACTION, AND INVIGORATING THE NERVOUS BTBTKM. This ia tha secret of Its WONDERFUL 8 _ COE.SS It CURING Scrofula, Syphilis, Dyspepsia, LIVER COMPLAINT, CITHON7O RIIEUMATI. }! NEURALGIA,NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, Kilt;!' TIONS OF THE SKIN, DI'MORS, LOSS OF VIGOR, DISEASES 'OF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER, AND ALL DIS EASES CAUSED BY A BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR A DISEASED CONDITION OF THE LIVER, KIDNEYS, NERVOUS SYSTEM, A. It thoroughly ERADICATES ovary kind of Humoi and Bad Taint, and rebtores the entire system to a healthy condition. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CHANGED BY THK USF OF THIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK, SICKLY SUFFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, HEALTHY AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN. No Medicine has attained snch a GKEAT REPU- i TATTON as this Justly CELEBRATED Compound, ipproved by the Highest M. flical Am thorny. . KOSKOO Indorsed and rocommodcad by the President of the Faculty of the ■. Medical College of the City of New York. Pbo. «BSOB K. S. NEWTON, M. D., f roftjssor and President of the Faculty, late " Pro fessor Theory and Practice" of Medicine, Ciucinnati, Ac. One of the most eminent men of his ago—wait known as tho author of tho following standard niedf cal works: NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MEDI CINE," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN." "NEWTON'S BYMKB SURGERY," Ac, In Deceuibor number ol "American Medical Review—page 277, says: " Among the more recent efforts to introduce pop- j nlarly some of the new remedies, we notice a new I proparaiion compounded lay J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D., ol Norfolk, Va., which Is furnished to the profes sion aud the public In any desired quantity. We re oently examined his Laboratory, and became fully satisfied that all Mb .work in done In the hart manner, by the most approved process, and from the best ma terials, giving as a result a niedicino meeting the confidence of the physicians and the public." KOBKOO CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST FORMS. From A. W. Mills, a prominent and woli-known mer chant of Norfolk, Va. No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 18, 1889. DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Yonr Koskeo f has worked wondersin my family- My daughter has j been a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood. She lost thirty-one pieces of bone from her ankle, tieveral I from hor arm, besides having ulcua-* lv several parts I of tbe body. Whilst In this condition she commenced taking yonr Koskoo—it acted like a charm on ber; I under ita use tho ulcers gradually healed, and ber j general health greatly Improved. It certainty saved her much suffering, and perhaps her life. I regard Koskoo a specific for all scrofulous affections. Yout I Koskoo also cured my wife of from which I he suffered greatly. She Is now iv bettor health han she has been tn five years. With the highest regard, I am grate-ally yoors, Ac, A. W. MILLS, Koskoo is endorsed by tho best phyßlcians every where. Read the following from Dr. Tillery, a suo essful praajtitioner of many veiirs standing in the Id North State: Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., \ September 10,1869. J DR. J. J. LAWRENCE— Hoar Sir: I havo usee our Concentrated Fluid Extract of Koskoo In my iractlce with the happiest results. I find it to bt powerful Liver Invigorator, Blood Purifier, and lervous Tonic. In all diseases of the Liver, Srcofn ous, 8y philltlc, and Nervous Affection-, it Is a remedy i immense valne ; in fact, in almost every variety f Chronic Disease is -no ita indicated. Hoping yoc may meet with the success which you deservo as a manufacturer of reliable me-iclnes, I am, sir, wit* much re. pert, Yonr obedient servant, P.. 0. TILLERY, M. D. KOSKOO CURES CHRONIC RHEUMATISM. Norfolk, Va., Sept. T, 1869. DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son has re elvod so much benefit from your wonderful Koskoo lat I cannot refrain from expressing my gratitude had tried almost everything without benefit. I be ieve, in all sincerity, that your Koskoo is an infalli* le remedy for thodiseaso from which be has suffered, nd, so far as I cau learn, has n-ver failed. If yon nly knew the immense amount of sutferinia he has undergone, theu you could conceive tho value of sucl a remedy as Koskoo —that surely cures. The great 1 amount of goad it is now doing among ns is inesti mable. With much gratitude, I am, respectfully jours, Ac, Mrs. U. B. A. NELSON. Read following from Mr. Wombla, a prominent riardware Merchant of this city: Ne. IS. Market Sqnare, Norfolk, Va., 1 October Hi, 1869. / DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir : To the large num ber of testimonials which you offer to the groat effi cacy of your Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding mj wn. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility | Pinch.., Loss of Appetite, Ac Two bottles of Kos I i Xi :-■-■ late to hoalth. Yours truly, J. O. WOMBLI. From Rev. W. 11. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle Street Methodist Church. Portsmouth, Va., October 26,1809. This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrenco well. Re is a gentleman of cultivation, anil worthy of the 1 Host confidence. I havo used his Ktaskoo with ad- j vantage to myself, and have adopted Its use In my I family in cases of uorvous debility and depression. W. il. CHRISTIAN. From Dr. Lloyd, a Physician oi largo practloe. Great Bridge, Va, October 8,1869. J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.-Dc.r Bir: I cheerftillj endorse yonr Koskoo as being a most valuable prepa ration. Uiaon examination of tho formula, I find each ingredient highly extolled lay our best and mest progressive clinical investigator . I have tested its I effects in my own practice, and have no hesitation in j recommending it. In my opinion, it is the best com pound of iti class ever put bofore the public—ex I caedtng by far all the various ca.-titpounds of sarsapa rill., Ac, ever io vented. It is a decided Nerve Tonic an. Invigorator of t.e animal forBM aiding diges tion anal assimilation, and thereby producing healthy blood, which should be the h.sis of t-eatment in all chronic dtßwaaos. Hoping yon will reap the reward yon .e-srv. from the public as a benefactor, I am air, yonrs truly, OHABU-8 LLOYD, M. D. After reading the above high recoiiimeudatlons, In [ vallds cannot reasonably hesitMe to give the KOB -tfor Additional Testimonials from Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors, Drag (bits, Merchants, *c, so-; KQ.KOO ALMANAC for «•!*-_!* OIK l>ol.__A_t I*____ iiO'i'TLK. I Par tile oj oV of the Principal OruefiaU ' .viKDICAi.. 0.-JoIIMOUB LOCh A'- BSTABIiIBHKl) AS A REFUOK FKOM 4UACKERY. THe: ONLY I'I.ACB WHBRE A CURF OA.V BE OUTAirft!) DR. JOHNSTON has dlsaiovered Ihe mint certain cp.-1.i13, and only effectual remedy in tin* world fer WaetkmoM ofthe lb a V or h&mho, J •: ' irsi, A.T.a. 'oi.s at Die Ehh - ;-ot. :., )'. aJeot-r a, Debility, aN'<-rvoiis_c_s, Dyspcpaia, Cangnor, Low Bpii its. Contusion of Ideas, Palpitation , . timidity, Tr-.riMio-.-s, Dim ness of Sight or IHMHes .»( :*n- i'lea-a, Throat, Noaic or Skin, AHaotlona ol the Lnnj . a»h or Bowels—thosa tea.il-ie dieordM 1 arrisiaig i'rorc, the Solitary Habits of Vourh—lhore i»cret and soli* tary practices more fatol to their vicime than the song of Syrens to the Mariner of Ulynee, blighting their most brilliant hopi _ or anticipations, rendering marriages, Ac, Impossible. YOUNG MEN, Especially, who have become the victims of Solitude Vice, that dreadful and destructive ht-bit which .-:;nu ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousand.! of Young Men ofthe most exalted talent andbrllii .itt lateOeot who might otherwise have entrance! Sen ates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyree, may call with full confi dence. MARRIAGE Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being awnreof physical weakness, debilities, dotormities, Ac, speedily cured. He who places himself under the caro of Pi. J. may religiously confide on his honor as a geuclomef, tin-confidently rely upon his skill as a physician ORGANIC WEAKNESS, mmodiatoly cured and fnll vigor restored. Tliiia dreadful disease—which renders life mi.at-i v it and marriage impossible—ls the ponalty paid by Ihe ' a [otlau ol ntpropoi indulgencies. Young person? are too apt to comniitt excesses from not being aware of tbe dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, "ho that ratanas the suh.lect will prof; ad to deny lhat the powor ol procreation is lost sooner bi those .ailing into improper habits than bythoprn dent I Besides being deprived of tho pleasures el healthy offspring, the most serious aim dMtrnctl.s symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental tunctioiii weakened, loss ot procrcative power, nervous i.-riia bility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the hoart, indices tion, coiistuutioual debility, a wasting of the _r,;«Do oonghj-conaamption. Ac. OrnOl No. 7 Hootu Faxosiuo. Si'rsit, Left hand side going from Bialilmore si.re.at, a low doors from the corner. Fail not ts observe tl'.-1 t and number. Letters must be paid and contain a sta-ip Th* doctor's Diplomas hang in his oibce. DR. JOHNSTON, '.ember of the Royal College of Surgeons, London graduate from one oi the most eminent Coil. '.he United States, and tho greator part of whom lilt has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris. Philadelphia and elßewhere, has -iiectcd some ol the OiOfet astonishing cures that were ever known, troubled with ringing in the iie*.l and ears who: asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sonuds,tia>hfnlnese, with frequent blushing, atl - sometimes with a .erangeuiei't of the niin-;. -. mred i-imediately. TAKE PART-OU.aUt NOTICE. Dr. J. aiidr-sses all those who havo lajure'l t- < a solves by improper indulgencies and solitary habl which ruin both body and mind, nnfltting Chem f*r cither business, study.-society or marriage These are some of the sad and melancholy eflecji produced by oe-riy baluta of youth,viz: Weakness oi the Back and Limbs, Pains? in; tha Head, Dimne ..ight, Loss of Miliicular Power, Palpitation oi the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nm-oud Irritability, Darangei tent of the Digestive Fuiictleiis, Satan. DabSlty, Synp torus of Consuniption MENIALLY. The fearful effects on the mind are m_c_ to be dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of ideas. I>. pression of Spirits, Evil Foroboalings, Averaton M Society, Self-distrust, Lovoof Solitude, Tinii.i I ', . . are some of tho evils produced. Thousands of persons ol all ages oan now ;cr,ar... what is tho cause of theh declining health, i.'oiv their vigor, becomiug weak, pale, nervous am, area iiiated, having a singular appearance about the eyas .ocgn and symptoms of toiovainiptlon. YOUNG MEN who have injured themselvaas by a certain prac.w indulged In whon alo-ie—a baldt frequently learned from -vil couipouious or at. school, the effects of which are uightly felt, even when u.oop, aud, if not ottred •endors marriage imposßtble, and deslrors both r&is. and body—should apply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope 01 hie country, the pride of bis parents, should be. snatched !r.>ni all prospects and of life by tttooon* "oquonce of deviating from the path of up-tun--..id Indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persoos, SSU-T, before contemplating MARRIAGE, reflect that a sonud mind aud body are the most nec essary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in deed, without taese, the journey throueh lilb becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes sua'lowed with dispair and filled with the melancholy refioctloa that the happiness of another becomes Uighted with our own DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the __teffa___d and imprudent votary 01 pleaau-e flwlil he has imbibed tha seeds of this pein hrl disease,it too often happens that an ill-timed sense ol sli.Bii or aired of dlscovoiy deters him from ap> I plying to f,h0,,0 ; who, from education and respect. bUtty, oa_ aeoan Lcirional him. He falls into thf hands of Ignorant end designing pretenders, who, tit' -ap__l« of curing, filch hia pecuniary substance, hoer him trifling month after month, or as long as the smallest lea cau he obtainei, and with disp.li leave bim with ruined health to sigh over his galling dis appaointniont; or, by tho use of '.hat deadly poison Keren ry, hasten the Sonetitutional eymptoms ofthe terrible disease, such as -ftcctinn of the U-ail. Piiraoat, Homo, i*kin, etc., progressing with rapidity till daxatii puts aptrled to Lis drsadlb] 1 rVer i:ig byaendlng bun to sbi, -o, , ... ~io;;r, a-Otll W- tl 0.0 1 SJiDOSSFaMENT 01 THE PItKSS j The man] thousands oored at '!iis institution within the last eighteen years, and the numerous 8-rgical'b'er.tK-.s o-ricu-.-d by Dr. Johnston, wit n.jssajd by the reporters ol the "Sue" and many othei pauera, notioen of which appeared again and again j before the public, besides 6u standing as a gehtl.. man of character ami toapeyuafbLUif, i« a suffioient gaaxttntas to the a_iicted. SKIN DIBKABSB SPEEDILY C-URBJi. i Person* welting lliotnd ba-p_rt.lci.l-r in _lr.ltt.og 1 their UitaM : i - ton to the follow!'gin.. 11- 1 net: . , JOHN M. JOHNSTON M. i)., I Baltimore Lock Hospital, 1 ango-iy Baltimore, Mar.yl.o-. 1 ~ ; JjEBIKG'S VIA FUOA cured all Liver, Kiduey anO i Bladder Dieeurfos, Organic Wo&kues.-, I'emala Afflic- 'J tiona, Qeneral Uebil.tya nd coi-ir-laints of the tJri- i &e*ry Orpan.*, iv male aud female. * $l,00«> will also bo j.aid for auy case of Plind, j Bleeding or Itching PILES that BiHisa's Piik Bum- 1 b»t ii\Uft to onre. 1 DeBINO'S MAGIC LINIMKNT cures Rheumatic Pa--as, Spraiuß, Bmiaefi and BweUed Joints, in woe aud beast. Sold everywhere. Send for pamphlet. ( LABo>i4T<*jt-Y—l4_i FraukJi:_ Rt.. Baltimore Md. ! ap 18—ly « 1 >aTCHJ__U)B'S HAH. Uiii. j fills splendid Hair Dy« ia the befit in the world ' the only true aud perfect Dye; haririli.se, reltab'v. in stantaneoun; oo dieappiiintuiont; no rMiculouti tin;?; , remediei the effects of bud dyes; iurigurat.-e ami \ ieavee the Hair soft and beHUttiul, ''bh_ek or brown.' 1 Sold by all l>rugt,'ifiU aiid Peiiuutors, and properly M'pli.rd at Batchelor's! Wig Ftv.tory, No. IS, Bond street, New York. de<.B-ly WANTS. 1 of great, vaino to Farwen?, Mechanics ;voA 1 Working man of all trade., ft.'d 13tb I Rrllttoii now r.-;.dy. Xhe ffARMERS' k MECHANICS' MANUAL Rdit»>d by o>iO B. WARING, Jr. Anthor of "Elements of ''Brainini- for Profit and for Health," and formerly Ayilcultural Kugiueer of Central Park, Nf-s. York. 600 OC7AVO PAOBS AHD OTBR _."'X) IUVETRAI2OHB. The New Orleans "Tiniort" saya; "It 1» a book which should be in tbo hi.riscf t«v»ry «wd Mo.bftuic." The Now Orleans •'Picayune'" iayti. "So valnabk a nook should be iomid in th« honß*' ot every Farm er and Mechanic ; its elegant illristr%iio_.& w':i mate it welcome everywhere " Active men txnA women can make more money and , give bettor .f_tir_f_.cti.m in r.olMug this book than an* work In the field. S«nd tor 16-p3?e cir»_ular, oilini: all about U. S- B. THtf.vr A C 0 Publishers ft.ifr S3-—tf. go, 054 Broadway, N. y WANTEB.— We doriire to obtain $30,000 IN VIRGINIA SPATE BOIL'S, and to auy party making us the loan, we will givo tbem ample secu rity for ite return within one year, besides a hand some tut-.rc.it for its use To auy party who is active intelligent and ener getic, who tun control sußlei-nt capitid ($13,300) to purchase the&i, bendx, we will gW« them an infe roßt |n a busiDftfil in Viminia tbat will pay them be tween 93,000 mid $l,ouo ayoar,buideisecurity for tho return of tli■ EU&otint iuvestfKl. Ad.lress A POWKLL, jy 14—tf HOI Perm. Avenue, WMbiDgton, B. 0. T> ICTURES, PICTURES, PICTURES. LOOKING-GLASSES, LOOKING-GLASSES, LOOKING-GLASSES. FRAMES, FRAME;., IRAMES. ALL STYLFS, ALL S.IZES ANB DESCRIPTION. LARGB FA MILY BIBLES, BIBLES, BIBLKS. CARPETS. CARPETS, CARPETS. CLOCK 3, C UOQ KB, CLOCKS. WHI lenold by payments of weekly iiT.tallmenta, as cheap as tbcv o%n bo bought in the city ior ca.h. KP.AMES of all de script! >:i and ityli maJo on pre misi-s. Parties in W4ttt of uu> of tho above will have money by calling at tho wture, or pnichauing from my agonts. WILLIAM DAFFRON, Hot. H and 10 Ki-f bleouih St.,bet.Main and Frankliu, (v.. Tn., and 101 Main St., Ly-iehbarg, Ta ■ Aieaiar tn MACHINERY, RAILROAD, MANUFACTURE?!" AND KNGINJSBRB'SUPPLIE., v^ 1 "™ * TKNTH STRUT., BBTWBBV MAIN AND OABT, RICHMOND, YIBGINIii, ' STEAM ENGINES of improved construction for all purposes, ol Richmond or Northern build ' MACHINERY FOR Railroad, Machine, Car and Carpenter Shops, Plan ing Mills, Sash, Win., Door, Cabinetware, Chair, Bed stead, Woodenwaie, Agricultural, Machine, Handle s £poke, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton and Woolen Faictoriea. Cotton Gins, Farmers, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Xobacco Factories, Tanneries, Saw, Flourinir. , Corn and Paper Mills, Mines, Ac, Ac: Forged and Rolled Iron. Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Bolttag, Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenohes, Twist Drill. Steam Ganges, Saw Gummors, Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Hanules, Turbine Water-Wheels Ac 4c SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM , "On.BRS bought, told and exc'. asgeil. A nuantity ol the same on hand to be sold lo*, such as Engin-s '■oilers, Mill Stones end Goarings, Wood Working! Machinery, Ac 6I Plans anil Estinutea of M ich'nory for Mills and Manufactories of all kinds. de I—tf war _. cook. johs vilks. lUEW FIRM. I I'll (KM X FOUSDRY, No. 8 Eiohth Street, between Main akd Frakklin, Richmond, Va. WM. B. COOK &. CO, With improved facilities and with a determination to please in prices aud style of work, we respectfully ask from the people of lticbmond, Virginia, and the 'out. generally, a fair share of p .trona-O. We manufacture IRON FRONT., 1 orandahs, Balconies, Iron Riilings, Vault and Cellar Doors, Gratings. Window Guar, s, Awning Fra.iies. fxiriiithian Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win dow Caps, Ornamental Bracketi for Bialcotiie" Shelv ing, Ac, Ventilators for Brick and Wood Cornice Gub and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods for Uas and Water, Traps for Culverts and Goal Shoots, ,md all kinds of IKON WORK for build ings generally. W >. .w.„?" , .'. IfBC " !le together with ihe above work PLOW CASTING,, and would resp. ctflilly solicit the pitronage of merchant* and farmers. All work gua'autoed, ami oadors tiUad with dispatch no laj— __| r __KD_OA£> CARD. ■ I "'"«lvethe»uniof TW|6NT\ /IVE DOLLARS, in GOLD, to any man, woman or child, that will u'V? J'L. .!,'? Soli *> ol '" UI'OER, any case of LfJLSA TKITKR . RINO-WOKM, CANCER SCiRRHUS, ROSE, FUNGUS-GROWTH WART oi 1 _..._?, ld ch / onlc caß( ' of SCROFULA, ERYSIPELAS, SORt, or WK..K EYES, or any BLADDER or KID tt_,Y disoaaifes, that I FAIL TO -URJJ WITHOUT PAIN, or the use of a knifo, at my ROOMS, No. 3 and 4 MO.NUMSNTAL UOI'EL, with my WONDERFUL MEDICINES. My ELECTRIC OIL and CARBOLIC CANCER _*LVt is fer sale by all druggists. Da. HASKELL. Buy none bat IIASK K.LL'S. se _6 .-..™~_-_- m -__SJ. ii '_£ | _' ' t/T Alt VIM'S PAT_C_IT ALUM AND DRY PLASTBB SAFES Warranted free from Dampuess. Never Oorrcda tha Iron. The best »lre-proof Safe Made. MARVIN A CO., -8S Broadway, 1_ Y. BTOKIS A 00, Agt... N ' W Yorfc HBl 1, Cary Street, tmmm Btohmond, Tii HM SMITH A CO., 7~ ■ • Ki.BrAC.-RlfS or AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 1532 !_AIN STHEST, RICHMO.D, Va. SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES I The very best arraiigeinout ever introduced for raising water from wells or ci»ttn.s. Ofthe seven thousand already sold, urt ouo hna ever failed to give perfect aud ent'io oatistketiou. If n c t6l . , month b trill, the purohaeor thii-ks he bad rather have a pump, a sweep or old fashioned windlass, we will toko back tho WELL FIXTURE aud refund the n 'V?7' .r.™,.-'± 1 .".! '" " el,s of *■» ue fth, and is sold Ir TWENTY DOLLARS, all com.let- and ready tor use. ' DOTT'S CLOTHES WASHER. The I'o.uliai-Uies of this Machine : Ist. It is small it occupies but little inoie room than a common wash tub. ai. It ii easily worked; a feeble vouinn may sit down aud work it; a littlo aU can stand and opoiete the washer. 3d. It secures all the well known benefits at usiug suds boiling hot. Tbe hand nood not touch the water, either iv washii.p or wringing, with the Uuivcifal Clothes Wriuger at tached-, hence it cleanses ordinary licen iv a few momenta?, at a single cptrati.n. and tho woist parts Oa collars and wristhau-as so effectually, 'hat selJom any, arid never but littlo, tubbing i., uccesi-ary. Chore is no exaggeration in this statomo.t, if the machine is used according to directions Pilcrs: Wringer, *9; Wisher, Oi. Thus a com plete \\ a«ior aud Wringer, audi the best of ita class, is obtained tor $__. Every family in the hind -hould . havo lliena. CATALOGUES FOR 1871. As the limits of an advertisement will Dot allow o. descriptions ot tho various Agricultural Inipio mouts an 1 M.chii.es wo niamif,.cture, we invite all farmers to send us their po-toffloe ad.lress. so that we may send them our now Illustrated C il-lottue oi ninety pages, whicn is rull of intoi niatiou valuable to every farmer, and is published for gratuitous cir '-nlalion. H. M. .MITH A CO. _ -___r_-*____ Postoffice Box HK. hmotid. Va. /I I R 0 II A H SAVE YOUR HOMKhtkad. RELIEF .ui-. UEBTOHS. It is now understood by a late d<o sion of tha United States Court, that the TWO ill.U. AMI DOLLAR HOMES-HAD, provided lor in our uew Oonstltntlon, as well as the Fl Vli HUNLKED IH'L- M.BB epetifled by the Bankrupt Law, are exenpt for the debtor anil the person who now takes ad. vantage.! the benign provisions ofthe Baukiup L-W. This gives the debtor TWENTY-FIVE HUN DRED DOLLARS, EXEMPT BY LAW, and b- the propor proceedings iv Bankruptcy he cau bn r>:!ievo<l from the burthens of anti-war debts, and the debts left by tho casualties of the late war. Perseus wishing to take th. necessary steps, tc avail themselves of these provisions cf the law, ca_ receiveall propor tnfornuuioi, by calling on me la my OfSlce, at the corner of Bank and Tei*tli 81 reel a, ItU Umoiiil, Va. I have formed a business oonne; tion with Hon. L. H. .HANDLE*, and all letters of enquiry, or ou professional business or auy kind, directed o'uhei- td me or to ' OH. MDLKR 4 MORTOS," will he prompt ly rcspon.l.ai to. All professional bn.inaass will be diligently attend-od to by the firm in any of the Courts oi the State or United Statos. ALFRED MORTON, Lata Judge Richmond City Circuit Court. Richmond, Va., April 13th, 1870. *_>M.__. RO. G. HANKS, of floo-bland, wll. r-j r. fet.i us in Goochland and eontttl**