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(li> _ 3!j nubia Straet, Klc'iuioixt v n Oflklal Taper for the fioTernment. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 28, 1871. COUNT! S-BBORIPTIOSTI* TO R.AII-- ROADH. A few days rago, attention was colled to this subjc.it, and some of tlio evil 3 arising therefrom pointed out. In thn article it is proposed to examine the question whether the Legislature hns the authority, under the constitution, to confer this power upon thn counties and corpoiatiotis of tbe Commonwealth. Prior to the adoption of tho present constitution, then; was no re striction upon the power ot the Legisla turo-to appropriate money to these incor porations. With what discretion tha* unlimited power was used and abused, is .seen in tho financial embarrassment of the State, and tbe imperfect and incomplete system of railroad which it inaugurated nnd fostered. Thin consideration, doubtless, induced the convention, for tho first time in the history of the State, to inhibit the Legisla ture from subscribing, or lending the credit of tho State, to any incorporatiou, and to prohibit the imposition of any taxes, except what may be necessary to moot the expenses of the government, and to pay the existing indebtedness of ths State. [See section 20, article 10, of the constitu tion.] When the constitution wan adopted, tho good people of the State, who voted for its ratification with great unanimity, doubt less believed that they were secure from nets debts, aud had to meet only their ex isting obligations. In this they will b e sadly mistaken, if the system of county subscription, already inaugurated, becomes tho settled policy of tho State. The ave nue to direct appropriations to these com panies out of the public treasury being closed by the constitution, they are now besieging the Legislature to confer up on the counties a power which it does not possess itself, and thu9 to accomplish indi rectly what cau not be clone directly. This purpose, its advocates seek to accom plish by a peculiar species of legislation which, when it has passed through both houses aud been approved by the Gover nor, haa no vitality in it, but lies dormant upon the statute book, until tho people of some couuty, by popular volo, shall, for souiy specified purpose breathe into it the breath of life aud give il the. force of law in that locality. When this object has been accomplished it slumbers again, sub ject to be aroused at the will aud pleasure of- any county or corporation whoso aid is asked by these companies. Article sth of tha constitution declaros, "That the legislative power of the Stato . shall vest in a Geuerai Assembly, which shall consist of a Boost* and House of Delegate.." The people voluntarily di vested themselves of ail legislative power, and conferred it upon tho Genoral Assem bly, composed of their immediate represen tatives, who alone are authorized to wield tho supreme (law-making) power of the State. The 9th and 10th. sections of the samo article prescribe the manner in which this power shall bo exorcis::*! iv the enact ment of laws. When all ol the former, shall have been observed by tho General ' Assembly, the bill shall thon be presented to tho Governor, and, it approved by him, it shall then become a law. The species of legislation under conside ration, assumes that a bill, authorizing these subscriptions, may have passed through all the required forms of euact wont, yet that it cannot be enforced in «ny portion ofthe State, unless, and until, something further has been done to give it ■validity. This finishing touch is the ap proval of the bill by the people of a par ticular locality, which, it is alleged, gives ] it the forco of a law only within the limits ' cf the couuty or corporation whose ap proval it has secured. If, as has been ■ aown, the peoplo havo parted with all ■ the law-making power they possessed, and • conferred it upon their representatives in tho General Assembly, bow can their ap- ' pioval give force to an enactment which ' Would, otherwise, be imperative, or their disapproval invalidate au act hit-fug the • force of law? If true as to the people ol j Ihe whole Stato, a fortiori, would it be as . do the people of a particular county or town. ' j When the tax bill now before the Legis- ! liture, shall have been passed both Houses *■ nnd been approved by the Governor, what ] would be thought of oiu Legislature if the J bill contained a proviso to the eflect: That * it should not bo enforced until it should be _ bubmitted to a vote of tbe people at the ° next election, and if approved by three- 1 fifths of the votes cast at trY election, that $ thon it should become the law of the State? J Jt is not believed that ihere is a member p of either House who would sustain such a a bill, or stake his reputation as a legislator upon such a measuio. And yet, a bill has J passed through both Houses which pro- » vides upon its face for the imposition of a l tax upou the people oi Augusta, which is J to Becomo the law of that county or not as " the voters therein shall decide. fc So long as ihe Legislature is the sole re- „ pository of the law-making power, the N people should, and will, Hold its delegates i responsible for the exercise of that power; r , out if the sort of legislation under con. nideration be sanctioned, it destroys this ro- H t-ponsibility and dwarfs the Legislature ilown to a mero committee, whoso func- b lien is to draft bills and submit them to _* tho people for their approval or rejection, "i Aifexamination of the constitution will = r-atisfy the roost nicrcdulous, that no C county or State tux ciuj be imposed ex rept by the representatives of Ihe people, cc The Legislature alout- tan lay a tax upou g!j the people of the whole .State, and the a ))oard of EhspwtleWe, eH a county, alone »i Las the power of laying county Uviea. to voto laxos upon tliaanolves for road and ichool purpo.cn. Thin power was seriously questioned un der tha old constitution, which contained no such restrictions upon tho (aging ps.w.r •9 aro found in tho present constitution. It has undergone judicial investigation in ma.y ofthe States of the Union, —and in States whose constitutions contain limita tions to the taxiug power similar to ours, such law* have uuifortnly been held to be This question has recently heeu before the Supreme Court of Michigan, and, upon an elaborate argument, the court held that an act authorizing tho people of a township to vote upon subscribing to a railroad, was unauthorised by the constitution, and void. [See August No., 18T0, of American Law Mister.] iis to be hoped that the Legislature pause in the course it is pursuing, and hesitate long before it commits tbe State to a rjolicy believed to bo unwise, inexpedient and unauthorised by the constitution, which they have sworn to support. Hereafter it is proposed to show that such legislation endangers the property of tbe people, repels immigration aud jeopar dises tho public free school system of the State upon which hangs so much of the prosperity and well-being of the people. HICW ADV-KTISBH-HTI. 4"I rii'-'p- I f J TO TdH WORKING CLASS.—We are now pre- I pared to fa.-niah all oiasaca with constant *mploy- I neat at horn*, tbe whole of the time or for Ike apate I moments. Business new, light, nnd profitable. Per- I sons of either sex easily earn from 60c. to $5 per I evaning, anil a "proportional sum by devoting their I whole time t* th* busiuess. Boys au* girls earn I nearly as muoh aa men. 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'PBI3 IS TO GIVE NOTICK: JL That op tfiel th ti yd 'am.ary, IWt, t War rant >« bankruptcy whi ' iKfil agaiast the estate ot ■ Drtld McK.y. ol Lursy, Page county, anl lUt* ol I Virginia, who hfti ftcVudgotl ft MNnpt on Lit j own petition :-~Th»t tbe payili-ltt ol any tutti, an_l j the 4t livi»y of Any property' belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for hi. use, nnd the trt.BS.tii if uuj rtj by him *re forbldd'M by law:—That c j meeting of tho creditors of said lankrupt, to prov© ; ttuir debts, hi.J chooiar ono or moro asitttuoes of bLf estate, will b? held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to ba holden nt ibu office of tho RfclMeV ia Bankruptcy, ' at Harrisonburg, Va., beture C.Douglas Gray, Esq. r, on tho 824 day of February, 1871, at 10 .o'clock A.M. DAVID B. PARKER, f pHI 9IS TO GIVB NOTICE: That on th* lTth I day of January 1871, a warrant la bankrupt cy was issued ag&lr.st tha estate of Austin lt"ge, of Staunton, Augusta couuty, and State ut Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt ou hlsown petition :—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to Baiu baukrupt, to him or far his nse, and the transfer ol any property by him aro forbldde» by law:—That a mooting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove tbelr debts, and choose one or more assignees oi his ostato, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of the Register in Bank ruptcy, at Harrisonburg, Virginia, before C. Douglas 1 Gray, Kin,., Register, on the S'lt day of February, 11, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, , !P-Th2w U. H. Marshal. 'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : That on the'lUlh day of January. 1671. a wai t in bankruptcy was issued against the estate <4 :ii Welfley, of Pago county, and State ot , who has been adjudged a bankrupt ou his own petition: That tho payment of auy debts, and tho doll very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for hin use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove bin debts and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at I tho Office of the Regi.ter in Bankiuptry.nt Ilarrison lia, before C. Douglas Gr<y, Esq., Regls latdayof February, 1871, at 10 o'clock DAVID B, PARKER, w P. B. Marshal, j TO fiIVS NOTICK: ton tho 18rh day of January 1871, a taakruptcy was issued a_raioßt tha I rid 1-: Almond, oi rage c mnty, and I ginm, who has been adjudged a bank' I i owu petition :—That the payment I i and the delivery of any property be I id bankrupt, to him or for hit. use end I of any property by him, are forbidden I int a meetiog of the creditors of said prove their debt», and choose one or I _s of his estate, will be held at a Coart :y, to bs holden at the Register's office i, Va., before Lysauder Hill, Esq,., Regis lth d-.y of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, U. 8. Marshal. TO GIVE NOTICE; i the 14th day of . annai v, 1871, a war- | ■uptcy vus issued against the estate of I b Lib ton, of Madison county, and Mate I who has boon adjndgod a Bankrupt petition:—-That ttte payment of any I i delivery of any property belonging to I t, to him or for his use, and the trans- I perty by him are forbidden by law:— 1 ;g of the creditors of Raid Bankrupt, to Ms, and choose ono or moro as.fgnoee will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy I t the Register office in Alexaudria, Vh., der Hill, Esq., Register, on the 11th I ary, 1871, at U o'clock A.M. DAVID P. PARKER, U.S. Marshal. OGIVE NOTICE: on the 16th day of January, 1871, a ttitkruptcy was issued against the es l B. Coates, Cf Louisa county, and nia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt petition:—That the payment of any i delivery of any property belonging to t, to him or for his use, and the trans* -perty by him aro forbidden by law:— g of the creditors of said bankrupt, to .bts, aud chooao one or moro assignees will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, at the It- gistor's office in Alexandria, -sander Hill, Esq., Register,*m the 11th nry, 1371, at* 9 o'clock A. M. j DAVID B. PARKER, OGIVE NOTICE: n the 14th day of January, IS7I, a war ruptcy was issued against the estat ontf,, of Frederick county, and State tfho has been adjudged a bankrupt o ion :—That tha payment of any debta ory of auy property belonging to sale him or for his une, and the tianß.cr o by him aro forbidden by law :—That i« creditors of said bankrupt, to prov ad chooße one or more assignees of his > hold at a court of bankruptcy to b Register's office in Alexaudria, Va., bo ■ Hill, Efiq., Register, on the 1 lth da 1871, at y o'clock A.M. • DAVID B. PARKER, U. 8. Marshal. iToo . ' OGIVE NOTICE: iat on the litli day of January, 1871, bankruptcy was isbtted against the es A. Gleb, of Alexandria county,Stateo jeen adjudged a baukrupt on his own pc the payment of auy debta, and thedeli roporty belonging to said BankrupJ.to use, and thu transfer of any property rbiddei. by law :—That a meeting of the lie said Lankrupt, to prove their debt . cor more assignees of his estate, wil Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden a office in Alexandria, Va., before Lysan Regular, on the 11th day o:' Fobruarj ick A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, U. B. Marshal. 4109 0 GIVE NOTICE:— ton tho 14th day of Janaary, 18T1, a ankruptcy was ins nod agaiust the « inbury Grimes, of Loudoun connty Virginia, who has boon adjudged i >on his own petition:—That th any debts, ana the delivery o belonging to said bankrupt, to him c, and tho transfer of any propert ■bidden by law: That a meeting of th c said bankrupt, to prove their debts .. or moro assignees of hid estate, wil court of bankruptcy, to be holden a office in Alexandria", Va., before Lysan Register, on tho II th d*y of February ock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, U. S. Marshal. 90—Involuntary. STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED >r tho district of Virginia. ,r of G. W. Brooks et a!_ vh J. M. Per —in bankruptcy. ' MAY CONCERN ; _c notice, that a petition bu been pre llou. W. W. Forbes, Fsq., Register in l said DiHtrict, by James M. Bloody, o estate of said bankrupt, to sell the onging to siM baukrupt, free from all c notice to all persons interested, that 1 petition an order has been issued by ore-aid, for all persons who may be iv ! estate, to appear before the said Reg iico, iv ths city of Richmond, on the January, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., 18, If any they have, why such order ;ranted. JAMJB3 M. MOODY, Assignee. ■— ■■- — — 82—Tovoluutary. TRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED lie District of Virginia. ■"of Jus. F. Shilling vs. Douis X Fer )t—in bankruptcy. n it May Concern : —Tho undersigned, if Henrico co , Va., hereby gives notice if-tit as assignee of the estate of Denis f Koauoke co'ty, in >>uid district, who vas, on the loth day of April, 1870, adjudged a -ankrupt by tbe District Court of said district. Dated Kichmond, January 19,1871 j_l6-Th.w JOHN M. HALL, Assignee. [N th© District Court of the Uiiltad States for the - District of Virginia. In the matter of John'M. Cl.uk, bankrupt—in ankruptcy. To whom It May Concern: —Tho under-darned, Jac_b ohn, of Richmond city, Yirgiuia, gives otice of hi- appointment as assignee of the estate f John M. CiarK, ol Fluvauua county, Virginia, in iid district, who was, on the oth day of December, .70, adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition by the istrict court of said district. Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, 1871. KlawSw J ACOB COIIJf, Assignee. District Court of the United States for the let of Virginia. the matter of Johu 8. Woods, bankrupt—!■ mm it May Coucern:—The undersigned, J. H.i.ibe, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby tice cf hia appointment as assignee of the tate of Johu H. Woodrt, of Fianklin county, Va., i said district,who has heretofore beeu adjudged a mkrupt on his own petition by the District court of id district. Ja 18—YV3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Asalgnoo. IE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ES, for tho District of Virginia, the matter of Murdock Howell, Bankrupt— 4 uptcv. OH) it May Cmicern:—The undersigned, Jas. k and Williaja W.OId, of Norfolk, Va., hcre uotice of their appointment as as-dgueeaof c est ato of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk county, said district, who uy, ou the 17lh day of Dc mber. 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe :ion by the IMstrict Court of said district. JAMES ILCALROrV, IOiMTE SALES TPiTaTr or inn mxac, A*, fl.* Tlr,ll*nKu,ti*Plstrlct Court r Viriririla, in the m itlcr *f Wm. :. I wlllae'l, at )■,.:.'!-. auolli-ii.at I county, on RCARY f__,lS7l,<Couri.ihiy), .t 111 o\lt*k M, FARMING UTENSILS, :—consisting of OATT! E. SHEEP ' FURNITURE MISCELLANEOUS AND TUKO 00KH,**., Ao. • iS SALE or D IN Till COUNTY OF LU order o! the District Oonrt of th* lie Diatrict. of Tirglnl»,l will sell, l*r, at public auction, at Meheriiu imonii and Danville railroad, ou IE IST DAY OF FEBRUARY, 18T1, am] encumbrances, that very DK OF LAND surrendered by Sam'l it. f land consist* of aaoat on* bun r*s, npon whlih th*ril la a good 0 HOUSE, of fonr rooma. anil all dings, and la situated within three Depot, on the Rlihmond and Dan irchaeer to pay In cash one-third loney, aud to execute his bonds, urity, for tl,* r*.|duo, In equal iu reiip*ctiv*ly iv one and two years, day or sale. JOHN R. RAILRY. Assignee, of Sum'! W. Davis, Bankrupt. It SALE or iL ESTATE IN LSNENRWRH n-dor of th* United States Diatrict rict ol Virginia, dated tbe 24th ISO, I will sett at Burkeville, on Id DAY OF FERRUAItY, IHI. s of laud, to wit: ig 800 or 800 ACRIiS, with FINE .mil.,; th* lands oi L. H. Kr,i H ht ng about U) ACRK3, aborning l.ett and < tbers. ig 700 or Soil ACRES, adjoining Neal and other*. LA>,D at Lnue.burj C. 11., oon »ry INTEREST In SIX) ACRES ie occupancy of Jan* K. Stokes, arost the l«nkrupt may'bavo In . June M Blaskwell. The above aot to the wife'a right of dower, eh cash aa may be noceasary to lukruptcy,. aud the balance on a id eighteen months, with interest In, the purchaser giring bond and and the title it-laiuc.t until «ll y ia paid, nds will be eahibited on day of mil accounts surrendered by tbo sold for eaah at the aame time nnd Assignee of E. B. Stokes, lie highest bidder, at Ihe residence iv the county of Brunswick, on iOF FEBRUARY, 18T1, perty belonging to the estate of sukrupt, vir. : S OF LAND, and all bis PERSON no third cash; balance on a •relit aontha, Interest from date, nnd tl >d*l property cash LEWIS K. IIIOBY, Assignee. RIPT NOTICES. ICT COURT OF THE UNITED a District of Virginia. r of John K. Millner, bankrupt— . May Concern : The undersigned, ,ot Danville, Virginia, hereby appointment as assignee of tho es er, of Pittsylvania ro., in said dls n the 25th day of January, 18U9, |,t upon his own petition by the id district, fa., December Slat, IBT9, BLISIIA KEAN, J a., As.-ignee. ICT COURT OF T'.IH CNIT-D j District of Virginia, of >..-_>it-1 A. Vi'ulaon, Bankrupt— V Concern :-*-Tho undersignerl, P. Idward couuty, Va, hereby give* Union-, as assignee of tbe estate of fPr. Edward co,in aaid district, : day of Dec'ber. 1871), adjudged a vn petition ly th* District Coart 29,1870. 800S ICT COURT OF THE UNITED Istilot oi Virginia. Halier C. Calloway, bankmpt— In Concern :—The undersigned, J. P< ck county, Virginia, hereby give* nlin,-,it a', assignee of th* estate ray, _r.uli.llii county, Virginia, in a bu. k litioii by tho District court of said 3. P. BIRK3DALE, Assignee, rut cl the United StatH for Ik* -nia. ar of A. L. Burra',l, bankrupt—ln »y Concern:—Ti* undersigned, Patrick couuty, Virginia, hereby I appolutuiant as assignee of tb* | roll, of Franklin county, Virginia, to has heretotor* been adjudged a «» petition by tho District court J. P. lURESDAT.B, Assignee. urt of the United State* for the I nia. Sites N. Thotnpjon, baukrupt—ln ay Concern: Tho undersigned, I atrick co., Virginia, hereby give* I Hmeut as assignee of the estate I in, of Franklin couuty, Virginia, I h b heretofore been adjudged a vn petition by tha District court I J. P. BARKSDALE, Assignee, irt of the United States for tbe i la. rofJ. F. Shields, bankrupt—in | VfayConcern:—The undersigned, Patrick county, Virginia, hereby appoiuttneut aa assigueeof the Is. of Botetourt county, Virginia, i been adjudged a bankrupt ou j the District oourtof said district ■I. P. BARKi-DALK, As-ii-me. Bit of th* United State* for tb* :ia. •f Jack McOhe*, bankrupt—ln oucern:—The undersigned, L. D. I ■d co'ty, Va., horeby gives notice as assignee of tbe aetata of Bedford county, Virginia, in as heretofore been adjudged a i petition by tbe Di trict court L. D. HAYMOND, Asslgne*. it of the Juitod States for the ia. 'illiamaou Harm tt, bankrupt— y Concern :—The undersigned, edford county, Va., hereby gives moot us assignee of the estate tl, of Bedford county, Virginia, in Baiddistiict, who haa heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt ou bis cwu petition by tho Dlstriet coart of aaid district. J, U—SSw L. I). HAYMOND, Assign** l.\ the Diatrict Court ot the United States tor the JL District of Virginia. lv the matter of Thus. Johnson, bankiupt—in Iruptoy. Whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned, Haymond, of Bedford county, Va., hereby gives • of his appointment aa assignoe of the estate os. Johnson, of Bedford county, Virginia, in Baid ct who has heretofore boeu adjudged it bunk ou his own petition, by the District court of said I—S3w L. P. HAYMOND, Assignee. THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ?ATES, for the District of Virgiuia. in the matter of John S. Sandy, Bankrupt—in ruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, W. W. Walker, of Westmoreland county, Va.. hereby gives notice of hia appointment as assignee of the es- I tuteof J. B.Sandy, of Richmond coy, in said district, I who was, on the leth Hay of Sep'ber, 18J0, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Coart of sold district. Datud J.iuuary 13,1871. j* 14-S3W W. W. WALKER, Assignee. —»_——— i US—MSB— H _________ I o BE TUB REfOLVINO OHRY67AL PKTSHATia I_B__n*t«- _hihtty. j* li-u I NARSHAI. SALBS. No. 285. \,f ARPHAL'S BALE. By vlrln* of a writ of vMi.liUonl Mtjxnaa, hsued frcm tho Cloi-V ofllc* af tt* U. i>. W»til«t Court, td nt dirr, l*d, I ah ill, on th* IOTH DAT OF JAKUARY.ISI, at tk* f*»tory of W. A. Robortaon, North Msy* Iln.ij c.unty, at 13 n'cla k M., aril to the highest bidder, for *_-h, th* following propaity, to wit: One Factory Buil.ling, 2 Box Hcr*ws nnd I bnpss, lletH he-, Draks, Ac , 1,600 potiuda lear Tiibacc*, ?,00» pounds Sums. ALSO, ou tko 81ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., will bo aold, at Pcnn's Store, lienry couuty, Ylrglnia, 120 boxes Manufactured Tobac*o. Tartlei desiring to pnrcha.e are invited' to attond. JOHN P. YEATMAN, Dennty U. 8. Marshal, fer liAYIDB. PARKER, Jail—id l.g. Marshal. M*. H. , Af AXB * AL '* SALK - Hy virtue ol a wilt of venditioni exponas, IsßUtd from the Clerk's of_i:«Uiiil*d Htat«a Diatrict court. lo am directed, 1 shall sell at Cedar Grove, at the , resldetic* or Nichol** Brown, Patrick counly, Ylr giuia, on tho IST DAT OF FEBRUARY, 1171, at 12 o'clock M ,to th* highest bidder, for **sb, tk* following property, to wit: 1 Log Building, 127 Ualf-Boxas M*n*tn*tur*d Tobacoo, 28 Quarter-B.ixes Manufaotuicd Tobaeao, 8 Screw Press**, 1200 Ponnda Lump Tobacco, 201X1 Pound* Leaf Tobacco, 600 Pounds Scrap Tobaa«o, % Box Licoric*, 1 lor*— end 1 Roll B*nch. Partiaa d*siring to purchase aro invit. .1 to attend. JOHN P. YKATMAN, Deputy U. 8. Marshal, for DAVID B. PARKER, ja 18-td U. 8 Marshal. No. HI. YJARSUAL'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, issutd fiom the Olork's Offlco tt V. S. District Court, to me directed, I Bhall, on the -ITH DAY OF JANUART, 18tl, In the town of Danvil'e, at It o'e'ock M, soil, to tha highest bldd.r, r*r rash, the folltwlrg property, to <*lt: Thrco hundred »nd llfty-ono (3*l) half boxo* Manuracturcd Tobacu*, One Ilydraulio Pre**, Pix Retunor Presses, Ten Box Screws, Bauds, Benches, Driers, A*. Parti*s do9iiing to purchase are invited to attend. JOHN P. YKATMAN, Deputy U. 8. Marshal, for DAUD B. PARKER, Jalg—td • v. g. fltftrshal. No. 202. Y/JARSHAL. SALE. By virtue of a writ of venditioni expona*, issued from the Clerk's Oflico of U. S. District Court, to me directed, I shall, on the 28TO DAT OF JAM UARY, 1871, la tho town of Dnnvillo, at 12 o'clock M., cell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following ptopeity, to wit: Fifteen (15) Boxes Manufactured Tobacco. Parties desiring to purchase are invited to attend. JOHN P. YEATMAN, . Deputy U. 8. Marahai, for DAVID B. PARKER, ■ j-18—td U. 8. Marshal. itlAl-SHA.IV- AIOTI-JiS. ■States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern —Gbeetim. : Notice la hereby given, That, on tho 11th d.v of January, IS7I, the schooner Ph*»b* S. Williams was seized by the Marshal of the United States for .said District, as tho same is liboled and pros ecuted iv this Conrt for condemnation for the caneos ln iho Bald libel aot forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the court-room in tho city of Richmoud, on th* Slßt day of January, next, 1871, when and where all persons ar* warnod to appear to show cause why condemnation should not be decrcad, and to intervene for thoir interests. DAVID B. PARKER. United States Marahai. Dated January 11, 1871. ja 14—lot 248—Revenue. DTSTIUCT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Vircinia. To all ichom it may concern —Gbbriino : -oilculs hereby given, That, on the 10th day of January, 1871, nine huudred and fifty pounds Msn nfuctuied Tobacco, claimed by B. F. Baxter A Co., of Petersburg, Virginia ware seized by the Marshal of the United St 'tes for said district as for feited to the us* of the I'liKed States, aud tho Bam* is libeled aud prosecuted lv this court in the nam* of tho United Stuteß,_for condemnation lor tlio causes fu safd libel set tortli, and that aaitt cause will Bland for trial at tho court-room tn tho city of Richmond, on the Ist day of March next, 1871, whon aud where all portions aro warned to appear to show oauee why condemnation should not be decreed, and to lnterverr« for thoir interests. DAVID B. PARKER, U. S. Marshal. Dated Jauunry 10th,1371. ja 10— lOt ajKW^i^jnukciiiin-H. rpHE IMPROVED SINGIiR SEWING MACHINE, THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. Its Sabs Indicate it; Durab.lily aud Popularity pr.r* it; Its Work confirms it. EIGHI'T-SIX THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED ' AND EiaUT-ONB SOLD LI ST-YEAR. NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY. Wo Eelthor fore* nor crowd sales. The Machiaa must stand npon Its merit*. Call and examine it. 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M. and on Saturday Evenings from 0 ' to 6 o'clock. —. — • r iNTBRESI declared in March, July aud Novemhw on all sums of JIVE (6) DOLLARS and upward*. at, )SFO»ITB rne'ved of FIVE CENTS and upwards, at OHARiajfl IPENCER, fcH-tf 'Arting Cashier, , HKIiHUULD, Female*, owing It tbe pseuliar and important r* • lations which th*y sustain, their poculiar organlu tion, and tbe t.Olooa they perform, are subject to many Buffering*. Freedom from these contribute ln no small degree to their happiness anil weifar*, for none ran be happy who ar* ill. Not only ao, bnt no one of theas various fanisle omplalnts can long be suffered to ran on without involving th* gsnoral health of th* Individual, aaa. ara long producing permanent al*knMi and premature dacllne. Nor Is It pleasant t* cnnaalt a physiaiau for th* relief of thaas various delicate affactltns, and *»ly npon the most argent necessity will a true woman bo far aaerifiilo her great est charms tv do thia. Th* box will then thank ua for plaolng In their hands almpls specifics which will b* found efficacious In relieving and curing almost erery ono of those tro-blesome complaints peculiar to the *a HBLMBOLI/S EXTRACT OF BUOHU.—Hundreds •tiffer «n In alienee, and hundred* of othor* apply vainly lo druggists and doctors, who either merely tantalizo th*m with the hop* of a cure or apply remedle* which make them worse. I would not wish to assort anything that would do Injustice to the afflicted, hut lam *bligod to Bay thai although it may be produced from excessive oxhnustlon of th* powers *f life, by laborious employment, unwhole some air and food, profuse menstruation, tbe ua* ot ta%*nd coffee,and frequent childbirth, It Is I'ai ~!- -tener eauaed by direct irritation, applied to the ruu o*o membrane of tha vagina Use 11. TV-en reviewing tha cause* of these distressing complaints, It is moat painful to contemplate th* at tendant evils ooneequout npon them. It 1b but sim ple J astic* to tho (abject to enumerate a few of th* many additional causes whioh ao largely affect tha life, health, aud happlneas of woman In all clauses ot society, and which, consequently, affect more or less dlroctly, tha welfare *f tb* entire human family,— The mania that axial* for precocious education and marriage, causes tb* years that naluro de-slgnod for corporeal developemeut to be wasted and porverted In the restraints of dress, th* early rontlnement of school, aud especially In lbs unhealthy excitement of h* bfill-room. Thu*, with the body half-clothed, and the mind unduly txcitnd by pleasure, pervert ing In midnight rovol tha hours designed by nature fur sleep and rest., ths. work of destruction is hall accomplished. ln consequence of this early strain upou her ays tarn, unnecessary effort ia required by Ihe dalicate votary to retain ber situation In school to a later day,-ins aggravating tk evil. When ono excito ment is over, another in prospective koops the mind morbidly sanaitivo to impression, whilo the now con stant restraint of fashionable dresa, absolutely for, bidding tbe exercise indispensable u> the attainment and retention of organic health and strength; the exposure to night air; the sudden change of tompu raturo, tha complcla prostration produce, by exce*. sire darolng, mast, of neoesaity, produce their legitl mato effect. At last, an early marriage caps tha cli max of misery, and th* unfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dictates and reinon atrancc* of hor "delicate nature, becomes au unwill ing subject ot medical treatment. Thia Is bnt • trut-fnl pi< turn of tlio experience of thousands ef Mr 7 a*Jg women Long kefore tho ability t» exercise tho functions of tha generative organs, they require an education of thoir peculiar nervous system, composed of what la called the tlasue, whioh is, I common with the fe male breast and Ups, evidently under the control of mental amotions and anseolatlons at an early period of !_• ; and, ua we shall subsequently see, these emo Uoas, wken anessfvs, lead, long -afore pnberlty, to haklla nhlck sap the vary ill,, of their victim* er« aaturo has self-daspletcd thoir development For Female rVeaknee* and Debility Whites o Loueorrhsra, ', ooProfSac Mousfj-, utlon, Exhaustion, Too Long Continued Period Prolapsus and Bear ing Down, or Trolapsn Utsrl, w* offer the mint per fect specific known: Hslhbols's C'OMi-»nsD Ex MAC. or lit.chi. Directions, fer use, dipt, and advice, accompany. Females In every period of life, lro.n iufkney to ex treme old age, will find it a remedy to aid nature In tho discharge of Its functions. Strength Is the glory of mnahcod and womanhood. HiLKßOm's Kztbac. Buohu is more st-en„thtmin_ than any of the pro perations.af Bark or Iron, isi-oitoly safer, and mor* pleasant. H.uraoiD'a Kxtrao. Booho, having re ceived the oudorsameat of th* most prcmluout Phys icians in tho United States, I* now offered to afflicted hnma.ity a* a certain cure for tho following riisoase* and symptoms, from whatever canse originating Souorul Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, imbecility, Determination or Blood to tho Hold, Sonfnsed Id«as, Hyßtorla, General Irritability, Rest esanesa aud Slcepl, asness at night, Absence of Mtts sular Efficiency, Loss of App*tlte, Dyspepsia, Ema nation, Low Spirits, Disorganisation or Parslyals of he Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, md, In Tact, ull th* coui;o_>it_nt* of a Narvoo* aud Militated stint* of the system. To insula the genuine, out this out. Ask for iv.-sou,',. Take no other, gold by Druggists and lealeri, everywhere. Prlc* »1. 30 p«r bottl*, or Ix bottle* for $0.50. Delivered to any address, .scribe symptoms iv all communications. Address 1. T. H__J_BOl_>, Drng aud Cbemicul Warehon**, 84 Broadway, N. Y. • O-ONH INB UNLESS DON- UP IN •41 engr.ivcd watppor, with i'ao-siuil!e;o. lMnloal Warehon.* unaligned m UU~ ,H. I. U-1.M801.P. •