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OUR II.UMIOID Will,
What i'Dey Say ot It Abroad.
Tbo Philadelphia Press, which i 3, of
course, not entirely disinterested in the
success of the Alexandria and Richmond
railway company, nor, for that matter, is
nny city or place North or South disinte
_, for nearly all will be equally bene
fited by it, speaks of this new enter
prise as follows:
The recent rapid development of the Perm
• vlvani* Central railroad in the South 19
brought t» light by the investigation* of tha
Virginia I. •ui.lalui'c, and the prospective
growth of the commerce of Philadelphia
therefrom, has had an enlivening effect upon
the enemies ot that corporation and our city.
They see or affect to see in the connections
which our road is making with the South, a
dange- to Ihe right* of private citizens, and
the creation of a new and gigantic monopoly.
In nearly all these cates the motive is pure
Baltimore, than which no other city in tbe
country possesses a more exacting or closer
corporation, naturally feels alarmed. That
city at present, at the expense of Richmond,
Norfolk nnd ether Virginia cities, control* all
the trado of the Old Dominion. Since the
war, which hm completely paralyzed Rich
mond and its trade, Baltimore and its corpora
tion has held that once flourishing and'pros
perous city, and the State of which it is the
metropolis, as its vassals. Now, when another
and a more liberal corporation offers to revive
the sinking fortunes of both, Baltimore alleges
ambition and nvarico as the controlling mo
Norfolk also »ppo9es the endeavor of the
Pennsylvania Central to obtain a right of way
through Virginia, aud from similar motives.—
It fears that Ihe cotton of the more Southern
States, which now has a market and depot
tbero, may find its way Northward to Phila
delphia. Another source of opposition is the
State pride of Virginia, something akin to that
of Sow Jersey, which does not object to
'•foreign" capital when invested in farms, real
estate, or other everyday business, but regards
it with distrust when it comes in the shape of
Notwithstanding all this jealousy it would
appear as though tho Pennsylvania Central
was to triumph. The committee of thu Vir
ginia Legislature, to whom waa referred the
resolution of inquiry into the affairs of the
Alexandria and Fredericksburg railroad com
pany, one of the conneoting links in the great
line which ia to bring to our wharves the cot
ton and other products of tbo South, has sub
mitted majority aud minority reports _s to the
results of their investigation. Both substan
tially protect the lights of the Pennsylvania
company, and indorse the legality of its pur
It will be strings, indeed, if Richmond
and the counties through which this road
is to pass shall not reap some advantages
from it. Why, every city and lown on
tin lines of tho great railways in the
North, which connect the East with the
West, have been benefitted by them ; and
in sora. instances, citios have been built
up at junctions or way-stations. This road
will make the whole country through which
it passes 11 continuous city, as '» the case
through Pennsylvania and the Western
The Norfolk Virginian, yesterday morn
ing, came to the rescue of the Seaboard
and Roanoke road and the Bay Line, and
in a column and a half, proved that tha
all-rail lino to Washington would build up
Richmond, by diverting thu trado and
travel of the Bouth Atlantic States from
Norfolk, and carrying it North by this
route. They are really alarmed in Norfolk
at the prospoct that this portiou of the
State may prosper through tho aid of
foreign capital, by oponing direct railway
communication between tho North and the
South through Richmond. But will it not
lv tho end force competition between tha
Seaboard and Biy Line and our road, for
business, and thus prove a blessing also to
Tbe Seaboard road has been growing rich
on a monopoly of the North Carolina trade,
and has given no favors to Norfolk or
Portsmouth, but when it finds itself con
fronted by a rival, it will reduce its
charges, grow moro accommodating, and
look hotter to home interests, even if its
very few stockholders should receive small-
L«t Richmond be tbe junction of a do
en railways going North and South, Ea
and West, an I we defy fate itself to pr
font our futuro growth, and conscrjue
commercial and manufacturing prosporit
Tin. Ric.i.'imvi), i< _i i_ die it 1 »;__.,
B.TRG AMI) POTOMAC ROAD.
A careful consideration of the an mi
report made by the direotory to the sliar
holders will show that the " transportatio
of passengers " is regarded as the legitima
business of this road. How does th
Richmond, Fredericksburg and Pot m.
company regard freights? Every othe
road in America, not controlled by Infli
unces similar to those ruliug the manage
It of this road, earnestly and diligentl
for freights as the basis of its profit
upon this found their argument fo
JXtausion of their lines to trade centres
r. Daniel says that through freight
lot sought foe by bis road ; and from
tnnual reports it seem thu bis road
very much sought after by way traffic
yet, in bebalf of hia company, he as
is opposition to the construction of a
which will seek through freights, am
which will ba sought alter by local traffic
thus slopping the freight busiuess, in
which the public are largely moro inter
Xl than in travel.
Virginia Legislature is appealed to t.
this Richmond, Fredericksburg and
mac road in continuing its policy so
ms to every interest except Mr. Mon-
Mr. Daniel supplies, iv his atiuual report
(1870), the argument on which the Alex
audria and Frederickautirg company relies
in its applicitiun for the right to extend its
road to Richmoud. lie toils his stock
holders, that when the company's exten
sion to Quantico, and a railroad from that
point lo Washington shall be completed,
Lhen there will bo " a continuous line of
exclusively rail transportation for both
freights and passengers between the South
ern, Atlantic, and the Northern, Eastern
and Northvve.-tem States, with which n .
other railway routes betweon the same"
This is the l.iDgiißge used to his stockl.old- j
_r», when lie Iml iv contemplation an
•lliauco with soma other company, Inoor- '
poratecl to connect his road with that of
the Baltimore aud Potomac road at Wash
ington ; and he declares lint such an all-,
rail communication woti'd bring such an
increase of btuiuMi and revenues t:i his
company, it would be difficult lo estimate,
"and may well succeed any calculations
which can now be prudently made."
In view of such brilliant results how
doss Mr. Daniel hope to satisfy a com
plaining and long burthened people for
the failure of his company during its long
years of supineoesn, to seize on and use
this means, which would afford a route
with which none othor running between
New York and the Southern Atlantic
States could compete?
The very report referred to proves that
this company'had never a thought to ex
tend its own line beyond Qnantico. Ten
miles filled the measure of its policy, and
that to a point in the woods.
The picture, as drawn by Mr. Daniel, is
lovely to look upon; but it has one
material dofect. In his oarnest fancy,
perhaps in the exuberanco of delight, as he
viewed "the landscape o'er," he failed lo
remember that the leach, which rested
one end at B iltimore and the other at Wel-
I don, would be then aud there, as road
with the missing link supplied, to dra
the blood from the connecting lines a
Weldon, as it has been, fo_r so many lon
years in Ihe past, to sap the fountain
which otherwise would have suppli.c
business and treasure to this road.
Here may bo found tho truo reason wh
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sought au all-rail lino extension to Wash
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• n tho 14th day of January, 1871, a wer
kruptcy was issued against the estate
i-out?., of Frederick county, and State
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
Mon:—That tbe payment of any debts,
very of any property belonging to said
him ortfor his use, and the tiansfer oi
■ by him are forbidden by law : —1 hat a
he creditors of said baukrupt, to provs
iii choose ono or moro assignees of hfi
>c held at a court of bankruptcy to be
i Register's office in Alexandria, Va., be
ar Hill, Esq., Keg Liter, on tho 11th day
118,1, at a o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
hat on the 14th day of January, 1871, s
bankruptcy was issued against th. es.
A. Gieb, of Alexandria county, State ol
been adjudged a bankrupt on hisowupe
, the payment of auy debts, and thedtdi
roperty belonging to said Bankrupt, to
. use, and the transfer of any property
•rbiddeu by law : —That a meeting ofthe
iiu said baukrupt, to prove their debts,
ac or moro assignees of his estate, will
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden al
i office in Alexandria', Va., before Lysan
, Register, ou the 11th day of February
ock A. M.
TO GIVE NOTICE:—
it on tho 14th day of January, 1871, c
bankruptcy was issued agaiust the ac
eubury Crimen, of Loudoun county
f Virginia, who has been adjudged s
pon his own petition;— That th«
any debts, and tho delivery ol
' belonging to said Imnkrupt, to him
ie, and the transfer oi any property
rbidden by law : That a meeting of th<
ie said baukrupt, to prove their debta
_c or more assignees of hia ostate, will
court of bankruptcy, .to be holdon al
offloe in Alexandria, Va., before Lysan.
, Kegi-ier.on the 11th day of February
lock A. K.
DAVID B. PARKER,
[STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
_>r tbe District of Virginia,
ar of G. VV. Brooks «t a's vs J. M. Per
P MAY CONCERN ;
te notice, that a petition has been pre-
Hon. W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register In
ti aaid Diatrict, by James 11. Moody,
c ostate-of said bankrupt, to sell tbe
onging to said bankrupt, free from all
r e notico to all persens interested, that
i petition au order has l>een issued by
oresaid, for all persons who may be iv-
I estate, to appear before the said Reg
fi.ee, iv the city of Richmond, on the
January, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
ie, if auy they havo, why snoh order
JAMES M. MOODY, Assignee.
TRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
lie District of Virginia.
■,Jof Ja«. F. Shilling vs. Den's X Ftr
n it May Concern :—The undersigned,
if Henrico co , Va., hereby gives notice
t*o.t as assignee of the estate of Denis
' Roanoke co'ty, in *>aid district, who
IBth day of April, 1870, adjudged a
c District Court of said district,
.md, January 19, 1871
JOHS M. HALL, Assignee.
Court of the United Stales for tho
.r of John M. Clark, bankrupt—in
iy Concern: —The undersigned. Jac b
lond city, Virginia, Hhereby giv
■■poiutmeat as assignee of the eata c
k, of Fluvanna county, Virginia, n
iu> was, ou tho 6th day of Decembc
bankrupt on hie own petition by th
t.d, Jan. 24th, 1871.
JACOB COHN, Assignee.
Court; or the Hutted States for th
ter of Johu 3. Woods, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, J
I. Baiksdalo, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of I h
estate of John 8. Woods, of Fmnkliu county, Va.
iv said district,who has heretofore been adjudged i
Kpt on hul own peiitiou by the Distriot courtc
-\V3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Asslgneo.
Ff THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for the Diatrict of Virginia.
In tho matter of Murdock Howell, Bankrupt-
In baukruptcv. •
So Whom it May Ooooarn: —Thoundorslgued, Jas.
H Calrow and William W. Old, of Norfolk, Va., here
by give notico of t!ie;r appointment as assignees of
the estate of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk county,
in said district, who was, on the 17th day of Da
oarober, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt onhis own pe
tition by the Diatrict Court of said diatrict.
FARM STOCK, _«.
By authority of the Unl'e. nulti District Cmi
I for the dlntrlat of Virginia, In tb* matter efvi
If. Ward, lmrikrupt, I -111 sell, at pnblf* auotlon
W*rsaw, Richmcnd co jnty on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY Cm, 1171, (Ci)Uit-!»y).
at 12 o'clock .- ,
A large lot of FARMING UTENSILS
FARM STOCK—conal-tlng ol CATTLE Bill
U , B ._ A .'S Y 0P MISCELLANEOUS AND THS
LOGICAL 800K5,.« 4c
I.la m*-, LEWIS c. hiobt,
ja 16--M.F2W Aa.l^)**.
VALUABLE LAND IN TIIR COUNTY OF L
n B Z T, _ lv " 8f *" order "' tb " Diatrict Court of th*
United States for the District of Virginia, I will Mil,
to the highest bidder, »t pnbllo auctloa, at Meherrln
Depot, on the Richmond aid Danville railroad, on
WEDNESDAY,TUB llr DAT OF FEBRUARY, 1871,
I £ r .TI. r -l n k " "* n " »"d encumbrances, that vorv DE
SIR ABLE TRACT OF LAND aatre.derod Ly Sam'l
W, Davie, bankrupt.
a T J* ,aitl ,raot of '" nd eonaiahi of akont on* hnn
dred and fifty acres, upon whbh th*r* I* a *-ood
frame DWELLING HOUSE, of four rooms and all
necessary out-buildings, and ia situated within three
I mile* of Meturrin Depot,on the Wclimoutl and Dan
TERMS—The pnrchneor to pay in cash one-third
ol the pnrchase money, asd to exoctit* his bond*
, with approved security, for Hie residue, in utiual in
stalments, payable respectively in one and two years.
, with interest from day of sale.
, , . JOHN R. RAILKY, Assignee,
I J» r '—Th3w „f Sam'l W D,.ris, Bankrupt.
. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN LUN-NBURI
By vlrtuo of au order of the United States Districl
• Oonrt for the District of Virginia, dated tbe 24th
1 day of December, IS7O, I will sell at Burkeville, or
i FRIDAY, THE to DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1871,
j I th* following tracts of land, to wit:
' „.?, o ,'i'T_, oo _, n, * i " lu,r800 or9oo ACRES, with FIN
BUILDINGS, adjoining the lands of L. 11. Knig
1 He. ..—Containing about 25Q ACRES, afyolnln
, the latyl* «!' XC. Scott anl ether*.
1 I No. 3,-Containing 700 or 800 ACRES, adjoiuin
r tbe 1-nds ot W. Y. Neal and other*.
l . No. 4— LOT OF LAM) nt Lunenburg C. n., co
I tatniug about It AURKS.
I No. s.—Roviainnary INTEREST iv 1100 ACRE.
I LAND, nt_w in the occupaucy of Jane E. Stokes
Alao whatever interest the liai.krupt mty have I
the eslate of Mrs. Jane M. Blaekwell. The ah"
- lands are sold subject to the wife* right of dower.
TKRMS—So much cash as may be necessary
pay expenses lo bankruptcy, and the balauce on
- creditor t*elvo and eighteen months, with inter**
from the day of sale, the purchaser giving bond an
approved securily, and tho title retained until al
the purchase money Is paid.
Plata of th*se Isnds will be e-hibitod ou day
«-Tbe bonds and accounts surrendered by tb
- petitioaor, will be sold for cash at tbe same time an
l\ A. FORIJE3,
________ Assignee *f E. 11. stokes,
J* 10—taw.Sw Bankrupt.
Will bo seld, to the highest bidder, at Uie resident
of -N. H. Ednunda, in th* county of Rrouwick, oi
THE 9th OF FEBRUARY, 1871,
the following property belonging lo the eetat* ol
said Eilmuuds, a bankrupt, via:
About 900 ACRES OF LAND, and all hi* PERSON
TERMS Land, one third cash; balance on a eretlll
of six and twelve months, interest from dato, and tf
tie retained. Personal property cash
Ja 17—2aw3w LEWIS E. HIGBY, Asrigneo.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITRI
•*• STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
In the matter of John K. Milluer, bankrupt-
To Whom It May Concern : The undersigned
Elishu Koan, Jr., ot Danville, Virginia, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assiguce ofthe c*
tateof J. K. Miliner, of Pittsylvania™., in said dis
trict, who was, on the 25th day of January, ISdS
adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by thi
j Diatrict Court ol said district.
f Dated Daavlllo, Va.. December 31st 1870.
( ja4—W3w ELISUA KBAN, Ja., Assigaeo.
I TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITEI
. 1 STATES, for the District or Virginia.
In the matter of lia-iel A. Watson, Bankrupt—
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned P
A. Forbes, of Pr. Edward county, Va, hereby give*
notlco of hia appointment as assignee of the estate ol
Dan'l A. Watson, of Pr. Edward co, in aaid distriot
who was, on the lat day of Dec'ber. 1870, adjudged s
» bankrupt ou hia own petition by tbo District Conn
of aaid district.
f Dated December 29,1870.
Ja 2—M3w r. A. FOHUE3, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITEI
Statea for the Dint rict ol Virginia.
In the matter of Walter C. Calloway, bankrupt--ir
To whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, J. P
Barksdule, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby «ivei
notice o! his appointment ai assignee of th* eetat)
of WalterC. Callaway, Franklin county, Virginia, ir
aaid district,who has noretotbre'been adjudged* bauk
rupt on his own petition by tho District conrt of sale
j* 18—W3w J. P. lURKSDALB, Assignee.
JN the Diatrict Court of the United Statu for tb)
District of Virginia.
I* the maiter of A. L. Burr*U, bankrnpt—ln
To Whom It May Concern:—The undersigned
Iksdale, of Patrick county, Virginia, h*r*b)
ice of his appointment aa assignee of the
A. L. Burrell, of Franklin county, Virginia
1-trict, who bus heretotore been adjudge;! a
t, ou bis own petition by the District court
W3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Assign**.
Jiitrlct Court of the United Slates for tb<
:t of Virginia,
matter.of Giles N. Thompson, bankrupt—ln
m-ru it May Concern: - The undersigned,
isdalo, of Patrick Co., Virginia, hereby aires
bia appoiutinent aa assignee of the estate
r. Thoiiir'sou, of Frarrklin county, Virginia,
.trict, who Ii is horetoforo been adjnrl-el a
on his own petition by the District court
*3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Assiguee.
istrict Court ot tho United Stales for th*
t of Virginia.
;he matter of J. F. Shields, bankrupt—in
> whom it May Concern :—I he undersigned,
;sdale, of Patrick couuty, Virginia, hereby
ice of his appointment a* assignee of the
I. F. Shields, of Botetourt county, Virginia,
horetoforo been adjudged a bankrupt'ou
ititlou by the Diatrict court of said district
73w J. P. BaRKIjDALR, Asrlgn.o.
iitrict Court of tbe United States for the
t of Virginia.
io matter of Jack McGhee, bankrupt—ln
a it May Concern:—Tbe undersigned, L. D.
of Bedford co'ty, Va., hereby gives notice
polnlment as assiguee of the ettat* of
jhuo, of Bedford county, Virginia, ia
ct, who has heretofore been adjudged a
>n his own petition by the Di-trict court
Iw L. D. HAYMOND, Assign**,
trict Court of the luited States for Ibe
atter of Williamson Durnelt, bauk'rupl—
m it. May Concern : —The undersigned,
lond, of Bedford county, Va., h; r»by gives'
>s appointment aa assignee of the estate
<on Burnett, of Bedford county, Virgin!,,,
ict, who has heretofore been adjudged a
}v his own I'ttilnin i;y tlio Distrist court
strict Court ot the United State* lor the
* matter of Tbo*. Johnson, bankiupt—ln
n it May Concorn :— The undersigned,
oad, of Bedford couuty, Va., hereby give*
s appointment as assignee of the estate
inaon, of ."r.dford county, Virginia, in said
J has heretofore ba_D adjudged a bank
own petition, by the District court of aaid
* L. P. HAYMOND, Assignee.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNTTBD
, lor the District of Virginia.
matter of John B. Sauily, Bankrupt—lv
om It May Concern:—Tlio undersigned,
:er, of Westmoreland comity, Va.. hereby
givos notice of bis appointment as asslgnoo of the es
tate of J. S. Sainly, or Richmond coy, in said distort
who was, ou the 14th slay of Hep'ber, IS7O, adjudged
a bankrupt ou his own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated January It, 1871.
J*l.-t_w W. W. vftLI.HR, Assignee.
O „_ HIE K_Y<.LVl?:_ CIIKYh.AL IRISMATiO
i> MORTAR, at VtAUN-lt - CO- Druistor*
i Hlaakial*. alghtly j, _J_ t< |
' ** *" ' "*" —-—a-— --_—-■■■ ... jjj
\ I ARSHAI.'S SALE. ___
By vlrfn* of a writ of venditioni exponas, lasied
fir m tho Clerk's offlo* of the U. P. District Oonrt, t*
■< directed, I shall, oa the
MTH DAT OF JANUARY, 1871,
at ib. f.«tory of W. A. Robertson, North May*
Henry county, at 12 o'clock M., sell to the highest
bidder, for sash, the following property, to wit:
One Factory Building,
2 Box Screws and Shapas,
Beucbes, Desks, Ao ,
2,f.00 pennils leaf Tobnri •
2,000 pounds Btema.
on the 818T DA*OF JANUARY, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A. M., will bo sold, at Penn'* Store, Henry county,
120 boxea Manufactured Tobacco.
Parties dealriug to purchase are Invited to attend.
JOHN P. YEATMAN,
Deputy U. S. Marahai,
, ._ for DAVID B. PARSKR,
Jalfi—td «. 8. Marahai.
Af ARSHAL'S SALE.
By virtue ot a writ of venditioni expona*, is v*
from the Clerk's off • Cnlfod Stat*. District court
to me directed, I shall sell at Cedar Grove, at th
residence of Nicholas Browa, Patrick county, Tir
ginla, oa His
IST DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M , to the highost bidder, for cash, ths
follewlng property, to wit
1 Log Building,
127 Half-Boxes Manutselurod Tobacco,
2fl Quarter B„xes Manufactured Tobacoo,
3 Screw Pressea, .
1200 Pounda Lump Tobacco,
2000 Pounds Leaf Tubaccn,
COO Pounds Scrap Tobacoo,
'-', Box Licorice,
1 Screw aud 1 Roll Bench.
Parties desiring to purchase are invited to attend.
JOHN P. YEATMAN,
Deputy U. 8. Marshal,
for DAVID a. PARKER,
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, issued
fiom tho Clerk's Office cf U. 8. District Court, to m«
directed, I shall, on the
28Tn DAY OF JANUARY, 1871,
In the town of Danville, at 112 o'o'osk M., sell, to the
highest biddtr, for cash, tho fullcwiog property, tc
Three huudred and fifty-ono (8*1) half boxer
One 11} dratilic Press,
six Retainer Preaaea,
Ton Box Screws,
Bands, llencbea, Dsrers, -0.
Parties deairing to purchase are Invited to attend
JOHN P. YEATMAN, ■
Deputy U. 8. Marshal,
for DAVID B. PARKER,
J" 18 - tJ U.S. Marshal.
TVT * RSHAL ' 3 SALE.
I By virtu* of a writ of venditioni exponaa, iasuei
from the Clerk's Office of U. 8. Diatrict Court, to mi
J directed, I shall, on the
28TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1871,
In the town of Danville, at 12 o'clock M., sell, to thi
highest bidder, fur cash, tile following property, t(
Firteen (16) Boxes Manufactured Tobacoo.
Faitio* desiring to purchase are invited to attend
JOHN I>. YEATMAN,
Deputy U. S. Marshal,
for DAVID B. PARKKK,
ja 18—td p. g. Marshal.
|^_&bTCOtjW6:_ i THE UNITE.
J__/ States for the 1 .'istrict of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern —Guesting :
Notice is hereby given, That, on the 11th day o
January, 1871, thu schooner Phasbo 8. Williami
was seised by the Marahai of the United Btatei
for said District, as the same is libeled and pros
ecuted ln this Court for condemnation for thi
cauaes in tho said libel set forth, and that sal.
cauae will _taud for trial at the court-room ii
the city of Richmond, on the Slst day of January
next, 1871, when and where all persons aro wamcc
!;o show cause why condemnation shoult
ced, and to Intervene for their interests
mary 11, 1871. ja H—iot
UCT COURT OF THE UNITEI
es for the District of Virginia.
m it may concern —Geektino :
hereby given, That, ou the 10th day o:
171, nine hundred and fifty pounds Msn
obaceu. claimed by B. _'. Baxter * Co
urg, Virginia were seized by tht
the Coiled St tea for said district as for.
use of the United States, and tho aamt
id proaecnted iv thia court in the name
d States, for condemnation for the causet
set forth, and that said cause will stunc
he court-room In th* city of Richmond
day of March noxt, 1671, when ant
persons are warned to appear te sho*
:ondemnation ahould not be decreed, ant
for their interests.
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I Hon, aud tha office* they per(bf_i, are anbj*ot t.
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' directly, the welfare *f tlio entire human family.—
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: in tho restraints of dress, the early confinement of
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' he ball-room. Thns, with the body half-clothed,
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ao utterly regardless of the plain diotates and remon
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of life ; a_d, as we shall subsequently see, these emo
Hon*, when excessive, lead, I«_g before pubsrlty, to
habit* which sap the vary life of their victims *r»
nature haa solf-coapiouu their development
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cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Enia
slatlon, Low Spirit*, Disorganisation or Paralysis or
th* Organ* of Generation, Palpitation of th* Heart,
•ad, tn tact, all tho concomitant* sf a Nervous and
DoMUlatoil state of the system.
To insure the geuuia*, cut this rat. Ask for
I HiiKßom's. Take no other. Sold by Druggists aud
I Dealers everywhere. Price tl. S8 per bottle, or
dx bottles for 90.50. Delivered to anjr addreM.
Describe symptoms In ail oemmnulcatfoai. Address
11. T. HBLMBOLD, Drag and Chemical Werehoos*,
504 Broadway, N. T.
ARB_QBNUIN_ UN-EM DONI UP LN
rte*l engraved Wrapper, with fos.i_.lle>
Cli*»k_l Waraken*. aiidygn.l
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