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TUTCSDAT EVENING, JAN. 31. 1871.
lio Enquirer asks tho public to bo pa
with la new management "until «r- I
iments now in progress, arc perfected,
a it is hoped will make it a true reprc
tiveof the character, manners, end i
and intelligence of tho grand old
whose interests it haa always so I
ully advocated." It then makes a
trthcr, and, wo think, a modified a: -
ement*of tho "principles which will
i its management,"—which are libe
d patriotic enough to suit all good
f all parties—to wit,
'undamental and guiding policy will De
note the best interests of our poeplo ; to
tself firmly on the great principles of
right and broad statesmanship, which
ur fathers great, and te insist steadfast
their application to public and private
tons ; to speak words in season to our
ad weary people, and point them to the
:ans of attaining happiness, wealth and
power—to the pursuit of right paths—to tho
development of their own energies and of the
resources of the State; and to call to their aid
the new energies and ideas, a* well as tha bone
and muscle of other lands.
The political status of this paper, in the fu
ture, will be to preserve, as far as may bo, the
great principles which eublie a free govern- I
ment. It will battle with might and main to j
protect our people from the wild and damaging
influences of radicalism, and we nsw offer to
lock hands with any and all who will unite
with us io this great and responsible under-
Thiß is tho truo mission of an indepen
dent and honest .press—tho of
the people's rights and liberties ; atl< ] I
whilo our contemporary continues in this
courso, we shall be but too happy to co- I
operate with it in a cause ao praiseworthy. I
The new management of tho Enquirer I
takes sides with tho Alexandria arid Rich
mond railroad company, and ably and
strenuously'advocates our all-rail lino of I
communication between Richm ud and
Washington. It thinks the application df I
the Alexandria and Fredericksburg com- I
pany for an amendment to their charter I
permitting them to continue their road on
to Richmond, should bo granted, and
while not forgetful of the internes of the I
road already in existence, for a part of tbe
touto—which may be prejudiced—it never
theless holds that tho interests of tho peo
ple should bo tho first consideration, and
in performing this higher duty of protect
ing their interests against wrong or injury,
it is "constrained to givo its approval to
the proposed new route—tho Richmond,
Fredericksburg and Alexandria railroad,"
Then, after briefly stating ihe position of
the contending corporations, and of the
friends of the all-rail live, and its oppon
ents, the editor says :
What interest has Ihe public in this? Jt is
hardly worth our time to discuss the question
lit must be apparent to all that anallrail
neelion with the North would b» if such
antage to Norfolk, Petemburg an-1. Itioh- I
id, with their dependencies, (hit in the
d old ante bellnm days no Virginia hegisla
e would have refused a three fifth moscrip
tion to secure so desirable an end ; n fortiori
when the rail connection is to be afl'o ,i a d with
the money of other people. For tlilrfcr-ftmr
years the Fredericksburg road has teen con- I
tent to rest its Northern extremity on Acquis
Creek, if not unmindful, surely regardless of i
the demands of the great public clajjor'for
quick time and low rates. Possibly, litis con
tentment would never havo been disturbed, if
p«rcioiicc,his Alexandria company has not been
chartered. Is it not rather too late no*, a'ter
the supine delay of thirty-four years on il a
part of the Richmond and Fredericksburg
company for it to raise its voice ag»iast the
march of progress, inaugurated under another
leader ? When the golden opportunity, which
for a third of a century, has awaited tbe grasp
of this cherished child, cherished cbovo all
others, is now apparently about to bo with
drawn, we hear at the doors of our Opltol tho
piteous tones of "Save me, or I sink." <Can it
be oxpected that tho public can longir wait
on the terrapin pace which has only accom
plished seventy-five mil«s in thirty-four rears ?
Or will it extend a cordial w*7oonti "to the
stranger who seeks to instil new life, nor vigor
into a community, stagnant, if notstntiated
by the antiquated policy of a corporation
which affords accommodation to neither trade
nor travel IWe say we welcome the stranger, j
It seems to us that there is only or£ side
to this question ; and that the necessity
for this direct road- to Washington ia ao I
apparent those opposing it cannot p ssibly |
find sympathy or support from an* por
tion of the people. But so far as i/c and
tho people are concerned, it matters little
how that lino is constructed or by whom, j
If the two roads should join together it
might bo the cheapest solution for them ; '
but then the danger would bo (hat it
would bo tho most costly for the public.
With two roads wo should havo competi
tion,—and we believe there will bo business
enough in the very near ftituro forhalf-a
dozen roads. We havo rival liaes of
steamers in the samo trade, and why may
The Whig compiles for U3 a very in
teresting chronicle of the most important
occurrences of that great event of the age
the Franco-Prussian war—beginning with
the announcement in -the Corps Lgislalif
of the determination of the Imperial gov
ernment to go to war with Prussia, aud
closing with tho surrender of Puis on
Sunday last; showing how, iv tho short
space of only six months, Germany has
effected the complete " overthrow of the
leading nation of Europe and humbled'
first eminence among tho nations."
We had a friend once who undertook to
play a game of chess with Paul Mofphv.
Iv about six moves he was in tho condi
tion in which France ia now—checkout d
In speculating upon the iuturo of France j
Napoleon may be restored, and that tho
Emperor William will favor his restora
tion as the safest guard for monarchy in
Europe. There is no hope for a stable
and permanent government uuder the Re
public at present. Nor la tho time when
all men are dependent, and lock for a man
strong enough to save them from them
selves, propitious for a government by tha
many. As for eighteen years, V: tnec en
joyed peaco at home, and prosperity under
Napoleou.it is probable tbe people will
recollect this fact, and turn to him as the
only meanß of reducing this chaotic an
archy, which now prevails ever, wero iv
her borders, to order. There is not a
single leader, civil or military, th.it
has the confidence of the people.
look around for him who is to res
cue us—as when tho .ship |g sinking wo
centre our hopes noon the commander
ao now do the people of France, in their
adversity and peril, look to that man, who,
whatever his faults may hare beou as a
ruler, or his blunders as a soldier, is, wo
believe, the only present hopeof the nation.
A dictator alone can niton Francs now to
her former prosperity and power, and vi j
believe that Napoleon is the only man who
can assume absolute, p iwer, with any hope
of having his authority reepaoted. In
closing, the Whig _{yes a few words of
sympathy, consolation and encourage
to the unfortunate nation ;
Chivalrous, gallaiit, but unfortunate France.
ooea not fall without awakening the sympathy
of millions of sincere friends and admirers.
That ibe has a future—a great future- who I
eat doubt ? Tho humiliations of to-day csn
nover bo forgotten by that proud and icnsitire
people, but thty will be treasured up as so
miny Incentives l<i avoid the errors thatcaused
them, and lead&o systematic measures for re
cuperation and expansion. A year, or a law
years, or a quarter of a century even, is but as
adayintbe life of a nation, r'rance will once
more arise great and glorious, and resume her
former eminence among the nations of tbe
earth.
Agincourt and Crecy and Waterloo were as
great humiliations to France as that just sus
tained, but she recovered from them, and her
subsequent annals glowed with triumphs in
war, in statesmanship, iv letters, and in art
As it was in tho past, so will it be with her in
tho future. She will resume her great place
among the rations, and be glorious France once
Tho Dispatch has two articles prompted
by the great news from abroad. In the
first it predicates certain peace upon the
capitulation of Paris in Europe,—for, not
only will Franco and Prussia make
peace, but the other nations will amica
bly adjust tho Eastern question in tho con
ference, and thus prevent a general war
in Europe next summer. Tho Dispatch
closes this article with a tribute to the I
b ™ ver y of the French soldiers. It says: |
This war—this most eitraordinory strug- I
gle—in which oho of the most warlike peopje
on earth has been conquered in the briefest
(pace in which ever a great nation was con
quered, reflects no disgrace on tho French I
nation. They fought wonderfully alter they
were betrayed and at the foot of the invader.
; >o nation could have done batter. Their fate
is ■■deed painful, but not disgraceful. They
fall hke soldiers— overpowered, but not dis
honored.
In its second article, upon the "Effects
of Peace," our contemporary thinks it will
have the happiest effect on this country,
in the revival of business. Capital, which
was held in reserve for military purposes,
will now be released, for use in the indus
tries and arts of peace, for the improve
ment and development of the country. Its
Therefore, we may hail the peace in Europe
as a happy event for this country. No coun
try-ever more needed the undivided attention
and efforts of her people than this Union. She
wants tho combination of the wholo national
intellect, wisdom, and patriotism to restore I
order and harmony within her borders. Sbe |
needs the wealth of the whole nation to en
courage and support the national industry and I
enterprise, to restore tho national prosperity,
pay off tho public debt, and wipe out the ruin
ous effects of the war. Wo shall likely now
ior a long period have no diversion of either
the publio mind or the national wealth from
these objects, which should bo dear to every
citizen. '
Therefore wo may well predict a great im
provement in tho financial and industrial con
ution of the United States through peaco in
Europe. Such is the general impression at
be North. Tha end of war is always gratify
ng to the true philanthropist, but in this in
tanco wo may hail tbe termination of blood
bed botween foreign nations with more than
rdinary satisfaction, because it confers so
inch good upon oar own afflicted land.
N Tilli DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■■ii.miSfGrthe district, of Virginia,
in the matter of Jackson L. Dabuey, Bankrupt
bankruptcy. *
At ilichmoud, ou tho 10th day of Deceiiil er 1670
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition ha*
»v, to wit: on the 10th day of Dec, 1.570 filed in
id district court by J. 1,. Dabney of Ooochlaud c'ty I
•aid district, who has been heretofore duiy I
"•ared a bankrupt uailor the Act of Congrea.
titled An Act to establish a more uniform system I
bankruptcy throughout tho United States," an
lived March 2nd ISo7, for a discharge ami certifT
to thereof, from all his debts and other claims I
jvable under said act, and that tlio 6<h dayofjan
n, at 10 a. m., before W. w. Forces, one of th* regi
rs of Baid court in bankruptcy, at his office In
Richmond, in the said district, is tiler time and place I
assigned for thehoaring of the same, whon and where
!:end and.show cnuse.if any you have why
of the said petitioner should not bo
I
,lio hereby notified thut the second and
UK of the creditors of said bankrupt will
le same time and place.
_ _ IF. W. FORBES,
:tmg Reglstc-r Iv Bankruptcy lor the
- w ad comr'l district of V*.
mbtkot court osHthe united
for tho district of Virginia,
natter of Wm. F. Lawe'llen UniA'-i.-—
;cy. r *
-_ on the 23d day of March 1»70
1 IT MAY OONCEKN
tafco notice hsroby, that ;■ petition haa
on the 9th day of March, 1800 filed iv I
:ourt by Will. F. Lewellon, of Gloucester
I district, win haa been heretofore duly
krupt, uu.ier tho act of Congress entitled
srablish a more uniform system of bank
ugkout the United States," approved
SB7, for a discharge ana certificate there
is debts and other claim* provable under
that tho 18th day of April, 1870, at 12
L. Waterman, one of the resistors of sad
ikruptcy at his office in Yurktown in
la the time aud place assigned for th*
o same; when and where you may attend
use, if any you have, why the prayer of
ioncr should not be granted,
so hereby notified that tho second aud
S« of tho creditors of said haukrupt will
» same time and place.
J. L. WATERMAN,
Register In bankruptcy for the
' Ist coug'l district of Virginia.
isl'hlCT COURT UF THE UNITED
for the District of Virginia.
3 matter of Denis K. Ferguson, a Bank
ruptcy,
nd, Va., this 26th day of Janaarv 1871
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ""'*' lß7l -
Please to take notice, that a petition his been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge ol
slid District Court, in Bankruptcy, by John M
Hull, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt to
soil the real ostate belonging to said bankrupt frc*
from all Ileus and encumbrances thereon.
Thia is to give notic* to all persona inteiestad, tho
In the terms of said petition an orde,- haa been iasui-i
by the Judge aforesaid, for all persons who may h
interested in said estate, to appear beforo W W
Forbes, Register, at his office 11 tbe city of Richmond
on Thursday, the lath day of February, IX7I, ot 1(
o'clock A. M., ami show cause, if any tbey have why
such order should not be granted. '
Ja gil-Thaw JOHN M. [IAU,, Assignee.
J STATES, for the District of Virginia.
I:i the matter of James M. Wood, Bankrupt—in
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Fie to take notice, that a petition has boon nra
sonted to thy W W. Forbes, Eur,., Register in Bank
ruptcy in said District, i.y Lewis E. Iligtiy, assignee
Ki* *etate or said baukrapf, to sell the real
a belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens
is is to give notice to all persons interested,that
-mis of said petition nu order has been i.-uoil
by W. fl . Forboe, Esq.., Register In Bankruptcy in
aaid district, f.,r all persons who may bo iuierested
In s*i i estate, to appear b«f»ro him, at bis office in
tho city of Richmond, on tho 31st day of Decem
ber* 1870, at 10 o'.lock A. M., i,ud show cau*o if
any thoy hay*, why such an order shonld not'be
gianted. IEWIS E. HIGBT,
_o._2J-___w_____ Assign**.
j N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
I States, for tho District of Virginia
In tho matter of Uco. W. Sandy, Bankrupt—ln
liankruptcy. *
„- yt"> m v vm f concern:—The nuderaigned, W
V*. Walker, ot ,\ estmorelaul c'y, Va., hereby giyeis
i.otice ut bis appointment as a.slgueo of th. estate of
U»o. W Sillily, of lliebuiuiid evty, in aaid district
who was, on the 16th day of Sept., 1870, sdludnd
a bankrupt on his owu petition by tho Di.trUt
Court of said district.
I vi 1 J,.uuary 13, IS7O
__11-Si-, ty. ty, WAHKR, Aeei.-n-,-.
The Victoria, or ladles' Oem is tke great invention
ong and esi-nestly wished for by yuur sex W« de
sire smart uud euergetie lady a_enta to iiitro-lui-e onr
■epular and justly celebrated article in every Till*™
Towu and City in tha World. It is highly approvtd
of endorsed a».| adopted »y all ladies of to*f» and
refla.ment, and is now A GRKAT>AVORITE WITH
THEM, it is what evory Lidy haa wished fur altea
lerfeet ' • I
Freedom of Action,
and Prevents «at*litn_ *)old
at a Critical Period.
KinVoa. d and recommended by alt eminent
PnyslulaK* und
Ulvlne*
Kvnylody Alsaolutely
■I will puri'hm■> One
sight, it< merits aro apparoat at a
CI AHOH.
Drnggists, miliners, dressmakers and those who
■op ruicy Bt..ros will find oar excellent Invention
give, perfect satisfaction, and sells y-i-y raeluly, aud
n-ltng euormous profits to ageuta and dialers
Town ami e-ounlry rights gir.n free U all nh-, do
Kiging in ao honorable, respectable ai.d
proniuble busii.ew, and at the same time doing
good :o thee* suffering companions in life. Simples
it free by mall ou receipt of price. Sen 1 for
< '-, -i
' VICTORIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
HADAMK OKI,ACIIA MPS
ALO*N_ IN A MOUNTAIN OOIl«K.
champs, many years ago, with no known protector, i
save a failhful dog that ever stojd basfcfi her to de- J
fend in time of need. ITer small, niosa-eovered I
cabin, wrapped with tho wild roso and honeysuckle,
appeared hid away by a cluster of undergrowth, |
aud closely environed on tho north and east by a ]
deep, craggy ravi'i. that led away ha*ik to tbe mouu- <
Uere, sniffling tlie ambient a!r, wafted from na
-1 tare's green award clinging to tke mountain ride,
j bathing her brow iv early morn's gentle duwdrop,
she livod solitary and alone for mapy long years
Th» catamount's unearthly midnight yell, and the
| wolfs doleful howl, treijuently anms'-d her from
| pleasant midnight aluaibert.
•Vow and then sh9 would emerge hum her nn- f
known home and mingle with the tuhahjuur. I
t-round about for one or two months at a timo. She j
j was eccentric in her aots, and all viewed her at a
living curiosity,
While from homo, she apparently had but one ob
ject, and that was the relief of her afflicted pes.
Under a bolt on her left side, could bo seen on old
fashioned dirk of considerable size, carried for her
own protection, while strapped across hor shoulder
was suspended a curious wack made from tho
meuta, and a smaller sack containing* ooabhi row- I
osr, made from certain roots known only to herself,
tho secret of which she clung to as with the tenacity I
of death. She salliod forth from hor wild mountain I
home, to act the Good Samaritan, with thisuuknuwn I
vegetable powder, which she claimed possessed a I
wonderful power over all diseases incident to i'i
female sex. She termed it "womb physic," will,
which she proposed to euro all afflictions and de
rangements of that organ, and kindred complaints,
fees of oharqi. With such s ngular magic did she I
relieve all who applied, that within a few years her
namo and lame became known fir aud wido, aud hun
dreds of nuflerinp; females applied for relief aud re
turned to *heir homos healthy and happy. Mnu> I
were anxious to know her gnat secreSaurt large j
suiuh ef money wero offered if she would divulge it ; I
but she stubbornly refused.
During her solitary lifo, she became intimate with I
only one woman, a noted midwife some miles distant, j
before dying
while engaged In the practice of medicine,by a little
strategy, succeeded iv procuting tho secret of this I
wouderful Vegetable Regulator, which had never
been known to the Medical Profession.
n* gave it a fair and Impartial trial iv tha treat
ment of various forms and stages of female com
plaints with such decided satisfaction, that in IBtio he I
called pubilo attention to it* virtues in
I
"Gross" Medico
lV? Ti _*if r powolover llie [>*•*■*■ organs; with
Klatk Root to uct upon tho Liver and ttowels, and j
soluble Citrate of Iron to correct the blood, he has
English Female Bitters
If you oouid sob the pilo of stalling approvals and
encomiums from physicians and the public who hare
cured their wives, their daughters and their frljnds,' I
by the *se of these Bitters, no sickly female would I
hesitate to uso them. This Female Regulator is
adapted for old, young, married or single females, I
who are itfToctod with acuta or chronic forms of
J Uterine derangements. They cure painful, snp
[ pressed, scanty, profuso or irregular Menstruation,
l-ltlorosis or Ureen Sickness, Fluur Albus or Whites,
Hysterics, Filling of the Womb, Ulceration and Ir
ritability of the Womb, pain In the side, back or
loins, tick ffeadashe, palpitation or fluttering of the
Uoarr, hurried llreathing, swimming of the Il6ad,
cold Feet and Hands, loss of Appetito, Indigestion,
torpid Liver, Melancholly, Nervousness, Wakeful
j ness, Barrenness, physical Prostration, etc., etc.
The Liver and stomach
any similar preparation before the public.
Females, afWcoutlnomont and convalescents from
any dobilitatiog complaint, who remain weak and
feeble, with little, or no appetite, are at once, aroused
aud strengthened by their use. Ai o Jamiiy Tonic
for moo, women and children, it has no equal. One
tablespunntul contains mora medical properties than
one bottle of any of tho comniou and pi eaaant"di-
late alcohol" bitters;-tii be found all over the country
When the manufacturers of ihe common beverages
or the day say thoy cure all diseas s, they well know
they are "pulling the wool" over your eyes, and
laugh at jour stupidity iH being so eas ly humbugged
wlienevor the urticle smacks of whisky. It y.ii
really desire a valuable Iron and T*«*table Toni,
lor yoarai.lf and family, one bottle el 8. C K. will
last linger and do more good than one liozon ol th*
A FEMALE REGULATOR,
c'jootis, and who do not feel oxaclly right. Pur the
mother at the "chango of life," it soothns and quiets
until the critical period is passed, us sweetly a* if
enjoying the brightest beams of opal ray, Hitting
through the air of oiientiil climes. The modi.me ia
sold at the low price of $1 60 per Ilott'e, or six for
SS 00, and can be bad of nil Druggists and Herch-.nts
throughout Uio country.
J. P. Dromgoole and Co.
*»• "est aad Cheapest now bofore the public for I
nil aflcotk.iisand ilerangementa of the Kidneys ami
Blail.ler. Urge Dnttlrt. usly $1 00 or six for » 00.
Bold by Droggtsts and Merchants everywhere.
IHHUIIAMOK.
,
IHEIIIN* DTI Mr.
** INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Capital ((Hid) $»0O,(XKi,0OO
Assets (January Ist, $T6T,11*,068
nbw reax titt bsabd »r aatSRiNM:
DANIEL DOWS, I A. A LOW,
OKOKUMOI-DYKR, li. B. CLAFLIN,
[ WM. T. COLEMAN, ,IJHN WXRaXOW.
I PVLICIEB GRANTED IN CURRENCY _ND<3OLD
TIIIUTY THOUSAND DOLLARS j
dopositod with th* Slate Treasurer of Virginia, iv
Slate Kcglstoted Bonds, for security of Virginia j
policy-holders.
Having been appointed flg'-nts of the above flr*t- ]
claafl, liberal, and prompt-paying company, we so- j
licit the patronage of all desiring insnranco.
THOS.M. ALFRIENI) A BON,
oo 18—3 m (K_ j_ H |_ ureat.
- - - n
(JUARDIAN MUTUAL j
organized in 1859
ALL POLICIES KOK-FOBFK1TABLK
one-third loan
A.MH.«n.I Isacom* 1,000,000
'<"**»< palsl 890,00*
CAST CASH BIVIDBND BO PBR OH.
Tbe dividsnda of this Company sr a based npon th, I
'Oontribution " system, and the entire prnuta of tbf I
Company are divided In tha most equitable manner I
among policy bo!d*r*.
."be laws of the state of New York, WHICH AP
PLY TO ALL POLICIES ISSUED BY THIS COM
PANY, give an Insurance effected for a wife or chll.
dren, to them exclusively, fre from the claim, o' I
srvdHon,
""S™-?-' 1 ' CIIB APNEBB, LIBBRALITY, PRO
GRESS AND BUOOBSB MARK AND Hrei'IN
'H'TSIITHB MANAGEMENT OF THIS
WALTON- H. PKOKHAM, President; |
iYM.T.HOOKBB, Vice President; j
LOCIUB MfIADAM, Sue. and Actnary;
C. C. CLENCH, Ass't Secretary.
Walton H. Pkokbam, Cor. Sth Avenne and 2M street
ueneral Jena A. Dix;
W. WILKINB, of Wilkeus A Co.;
GloßO* T. Hon, President Continental Fire Insarauc
Cojupany;
Hon. Jamss Hiapsß of narper Brothers;
'fj J-CBAsa,-President Bonk of Republic;
». M. Viniiavj, of Vermilyo A Co., bankers
.-.on. G.ouo* Ornrk., ox-Mayor of Now York •
Aakob Aiinoid, of Arnold, Constable A Co.
l>«. T. Hoox.a, Wall Street.
Cms. G. Rockwoon, Cashier Newark Banking Oo'v
Minor C. Mokoak, Banker. . aw,,
Thomas lUojuv, of the Firm of Thomas Kigney A Oo
kjnj. B. BBButis, Troasnror of the New York Stesio
Sugar iteflning Company.
WOHARn U. Bown*.Wetmoro A Bowne, Lawyers
5" ' H «™f»«v, Firm E. V. Hangbwotit A Co.
JtrutM H. Pbatt, Morchant.
Wa. W. Waiaai, Merchant.
Ohas. J. Stabs, Morchant.
WiiLiiH Allen, Merchant.
0«o. W. Cvmni, Banker, Palmyra, N. V
John H. Sihrwood, Park Place.
'Sdwabb H. Waioai, Newark, N. J
■ <:.W FABL**, Counsellor.
es l. 0093WSH, Merohant.
ISAAC HUTZI.BII A CO.,
ur.aeral Ageat for Virginia and District of Ca- I
It ..us. "
ornoß bob main stbbbt.
Da. J. 0. Cabbll. Medical Examiner. JxnfJ-tf
• J CARUS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices iv the Courts of Caroline, laa. King and I
Uneen.and the United State. Courts at Richmond
Office at Miltord Depot, Caroline county, Virginia.
I will etleud to cases beforo tbe Cjurt ol Claims I
and the Departments at Washington.
My father, H. B. Brooke. Esq, will attend to all
business entrusted to me in th? counties of King I
end Queen, Caroline and Essex. Address Central I
Pointer Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia.
I a danibl
H „„. x, • Arr OUNISYS AT LAW,
No. 1106 Mam Street, Richmond, Va.
ai-Yr : .l| A w E v.iC^,., U . EKaY COALTISRCABSLL
? ~ \,„}.-J'!r >IKX ' ha ve asso.iated tliomselvc.
for the PRACTICE OF LAW in tho Supremo Court
ot Appeals, the Circuit and District Courts of the
United Statos, ard all the Courts iv and tor tho city
of Kichmoud. ' I
WM. DANIEL, Ja., will henceforth resido la Rich
uond.
Massas. W. and J. W. DANIEL will continue to
attend the Courts iv which they now praotice.
O AM'L M. PAGE AND PHILIP WOOD have
J-* formed a co-partnership for the PRACTICE OF
LAW m all the courts of the city of Richmond and
c.uutics »f Henrico, Chestcrnold, Powhatan ond
Amelia.
All' counties In Bpaeiul oases.
_?°_*fcr*! No. in Governor street,Bichmond, Va I
t. h. cßANnua. i i. h. snitLDs. < Airasn moktox
fIHANDLKR, MORTON A SHIELDS,
ATTORNBYB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
OOBNER OF BANK A TBNTH BTBHBTS.
SOOMfI No. S, S and 4, MARSHA LI. H> '.-L.
„.,«_ ( f ttIaflM0I " ) . visaiNu.
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
HiJOM NO. 1, MABSHAXC BUIUHNO,
Corner 10th and Bank sU.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
COMMLSBIONBR IN CHANCBRY,
F.r allconrt* of city ol Richmond and cosnty el
Henrico.
Onto* No. 1810 Ross St.,
-^l^T 1 ' n.ii _f onMON P. VIROINI*.
by
HIBUICAL.
••UUAL1TAS XUH Ctl'ANTiTAH."
L)B. LAWRKA
Highly Concent rated Fluid Kxtraot of
KOSKOO,
THK CKKAT HKAIiTH .'.KSTORKK.
MO QUACK MaPTniXR—FORMULA ABOUND
TIU BOTTLS.
r ßiPAnm ioiiiiit n
OR. .1. J. IiAWREKCE,
ORGANIC fnBMIRT,
NOItrOhK, VIRGINIA.
KOSKOO I
8T 5155?» A .' r T " E ROOT OF DISEASE BY PC
..T, 1 ,?. 0 THH BLOOD, RESTORING TUB
'''XES ANI) KIDNEYS TO A lIKAITIIY
ACTION, AND INVIGORATING THH!
NERVOUS SYSTEM.
This is th* n»oret of its WONDERFUL BCOCB3B I:
CURING
Scroftola, SyphllK, Dyspepsia,
HHBLffiKS'dQffi _tWOHW RfIKUMATISM
NEUItALGIA,NERVOUS AFFECTIONS ERUP
°£&f£ TIIE BKIN ' HUMORB, LOSS OF
VIGOR, DTSKASEB OF KIDNEYS
AND BLADDER, ANTi ALL DIS
EASES CAUSED BY A
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD,
OB A DISEASED CONDITION OF THE
LITER, KIDNEYS, NERVOUSSYSTEM, 4c
rt ' , _' r _ 0 S nI » ERADICATES ovcrvklud of Hum.-.
and Had Taint, and restores the entiro system to a
healthy condition.
THOUSANDS HAVH BER N CHANGED BY TIU
F,^,.°t" rinBMKI,!CINR FROM WEAK, Bit !K1
._" f-tING CREATURES, TO BTRONd.IIiiAI.TIIV
AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN.
No Medicine has attaiucd such a GREAT REPU I
TATION as this justly CELEBRATED Ooniponad, j
Approved or the Highest Medical An-
KOSKOO
endorsed and reoommednd by the President of the
Faculty of the E. Medical College of the
City of New York.
Puofxbsob R. 8. NEWTON, M. D-,
Pifcfcsaor and President or the Fncnlty, late "Pro I
feasor Thoory and Practice" of Medicine,
Cincinnati, Ac,
One ot tho most eminent men of his age—well I
known as the author of tho following standard mcdl- I
_tl,-S rk,! NKWTON'S "PRACTICI OF MEM
_LNS," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN," "NEWTON'S
ipon SURGERY," Ac, in December number 4
American Medical Review—oage 277, nays :
"Among the more recent ehuits to introduce poo- I
nlarly some of the new remedies, wo oottoe a new
.••rejaration compounded by J. J. LAWRENCE, M
0., i.l Norfolk, Va., which is furnished to the profes
sion md the public in any desired quantity. We re-
Ce . n i"/ . BXaumiß d h i" Laboratory, and became fnllv
satisfied that all his work is done in the best manner
by tho most approved proceas, and from the bust ma
terials, giving as a result a medicine meeting tie
aonfldonce of the physicians and the public."
KOSKOO CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST
FORM".
From A. W. Mills, a prominent nnd well-known mer
chant of Norfolk, Va.
No. 11 Main Street,.Norfolk, Va., Sept. 15 1889
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: YonrKosW
baa worked wonders in my family. My daughter hat
been a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood She
lint thirty-one. pieces of bone from her ankle, several
from her arm, besides having olcers In several part*
of the body. Whilst in this condition she commenced
taking your Koskoo—lt acted liice a cbarn, on her
undents use tbe ulcors gradually healed, and btr
general health greatly improved. It certainly saved
her much suffering, and perhaps her life. I regard
koskoo a specific for all eorofulouß ufloctions Your
Koskeo also cured my wife of dyspepsia from which
thesufferod greatly. Sho is now in better lur.Hh
than she haa boon in five years. j
With the highest regard,
I am gratefully yours, 4c.,
Koskoo Is endorsed by the best physielai s even
whore Read tho following from Dr. Tillery a >nc
of-asful practitioner of many years standiug'ln tbe
Old North State: ;
Rocky Mount, Edgocombo Co., 1
September 10,1869. J
DR. J. J. LAWRNNOB—Dear Sir: I have naeu
your Concentrated Flnid Extract of Koskoo In my
practice with tho happiest result*. I find it to be
a powerful Liver Invlgorator, Blood Purifier and
N.<rvuu* Tonic. In all diseases of the Liver Srcofu
lous. Syphilitic, and Norvous Affections, it is a remedy
of immense value; in fact, in almost overy variety I
of Chronic Disease la nao.its Indicated. Hoping ytx
may meet with the snecess which you deserve as a j
manutactu''or of reliable medicines, I am, sir witb
much respeot, '
Your obedient servaut,
R. 0. TILLERY, M. D.
KOSKOO CURES OHRONIO RHEUMATISM. I
j Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7,1889.
| DR. J. J.LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son has re
ceived so much benefit from yonr wonderful Koskoo
i i? -i oannot refrain from expressing my gratitude
I had tried almost everytiflng without benefit I be
lieve, In all sincerity, that your Koskoo is an infalli
bl«i rcmody for the diseaae from which he has suffered,
and, so far as I can learn, ban never failed If you
only knew tbe immense amount of suffering ho baa
undorgouo, then you cenld conceive tho value of sr.cl
a remedy as Koskoo—that surely cures. Tho great
amount of good it ia now doing' among ub Is iuesti
With o.i.ch (Tatttaa*,
I am, respectfully yours, #c,
Mrs. M. E. A. NELSON.
Head the following from Mr. Wamble, a pvomlnen
Hardware Merchant of this city i
N*. IS, Market Square, Norfolk, Va., 1
Octobor 13,1869. J
DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: To the large nnm
ber of testimonials which you offer to the groat el -
cacy of your Koskoo, I tako pleasure in adding m
own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debillt
Heaoecho, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottle* of Ko»
koo restored me to health.
Your* truly,
J. G. WOMIiLB.
From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dinwidd
Htrccf Methodist Church.
Portsmouth, Va., October 24,1869.
! Tills It to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence wel
Hi. Is a gontleman of cultivation, am! worthy of th
Tullest confidence. I have used his Koskoo wtth a -
vouWge to myself, and havo adopted ita use in m
famllv In cases of ueivoua debility and depression.
W. H. CHRISTIAN.
From Dr. Lloyd, a Physician of large practice.
Great Bridge, Va., October 8,1869.
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. 11.-Dear Sir: I checrfoll
endorse yonr Koskoo as being a most valuable prepa
ration. Upon examination of the formula I fin
each ingredient highly extolled by om belt and mos
progressive clinical investigators. I haV6 tested its
effects In my own practice, and have no hesitation iv
r.Kiommeudlng It. In my npiulou.it is the best com
pound of its class ever put before the pnblic—ex
ceeding by far all the- rarioua compounds of sarsap.i
r.Ua Ac, ever Invented. It ia a Je-cidtd Nerve Toii'c
aud Invigorator of ta* animal forces, aiding dig**.
tlon and assimilation, and thereby nrodncing health
blood, which should be the basia of treatment In a!
chronic disease*. Hoping yon will reap the reward
yon diverte from tho public as a benefactor
1 am sir, yours truly, '
CHABLJHj LLOYD, M. D.
After reading the above high recommendations, la
rallda oannot reasonably hesitate to give the KOS
KOO a trial.
Fop Additional YeattmonlAls
From Physicians, Ernlneßt Divines, Editor*, Dru*>
gl*t*, Merchants, Ac, see KOSKOO ALMANAO tor
hot* year.
PKkJm OMK DOLLAR PACK HOTTLC.
Ok* o*»^»Mmmt4»r^AmXm.
QUACKiiHr. * * KOM
■THB ONLY PLACE WiIERU A CURE
CAN n OBTAINBD, V " J "* ,
DR. JOHNSTON h:>sdis~eiei the „„,„. ____. I
speedy, a: I o
Weakness of the Book or Liml ' »«£_
Hon* of t!,,, i
sral DebiUtv. Nomuanesa!
uyspepsla, Languor, Low Spirits,Oonfmion of Me**'
-
liiroat, Nose or Skin, Affections of tb» Lungs
« n _'■Bowols-ihos. tfi-iihi«di.«irder.arri«in_ from I
the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and aoli.
tary practices more fui.il to th n victims than tic
•on* of Syrens to tbo Mariner of Ulysses, bllghtina
their most bii'li u>« hope* or tmtlcipatious, rnnne-in* I
•nor''ago", * f •. impossible. " *
YOUNQ MEN,
■specially, who havo becomo tho victims of Solitud*
> ice, that dreadful and destructive hrbit which annu
ally sweep, to an nntlmely grave thousand* of Young
net. ofthe most exalted tnlentand brilliant Intellect
who might otherwise havo entrain:.-1 liatenlnc Sen
ates with the thunders of eloejuence, or waked to
ecstocy the living lyree, may call with full confi.
MARRIAGE
Married Persons, or Yooag Men coiitemiilntiiui
marr age, being aware of physical weakness, otaanS
debilities, delormities, Ac, speedily enred.
He who places himself under the oaro of Di. J
may religiously confide on his honor as a genilomer'
and confidently rely upon hi* skill a* a physu-!» 0 '
ORGANIC WEAKNBSS.
mmediately cured and f„n , igor restored.
This dreadful disoasc-which readers life miserable
and marriage Impossible—ls tho ponaity paid by the
«.^\ 8 of improper indigencies. Young person,,
*r. h 0 „ 0 , ul,t K' < i Dmm, " 8 *«»«»»trom uot being aware
or the dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now
' Hr° " ° u *>™t»nds the subject will pretend to
~;* "7,','"'F 0 *^ 0 * Procreation is lost sooner bt
E „,- K , m '° improper habiU than by t!
' heallLverr"'"'-- 8 he "L s dt 'P rf «d of tho pleasure. ~t
''ealthy offspring, tho most serious and dostrnctl-.t
| symptoms to both body and mind arise. ThV.v, . ■
be*«a,csilora, l ; T . ? .J,tbephya. : <y.: and mental r.i
j weakened, to. ol proercath- power, nerv-iu,Trrlta
[ unity, dvapepsla, najpltatlan of the heart, iudls-e. I
a wasting of the freta*
couijli.s, consumption, Ac. >«>..»_™
Ljft bud side going from Baltimore street'» <ew
letters mint be paid and contain a sterep Th.
Doctor a Diplomat! hang in his office. I
DR. JOHNSTON.
ZSi. . /°/ th " 1!0,a ,' Colle « e of Burgeons, Lsndoa
l*S? " B6of tue mo,t eminent Collogea la
the United state,,, and the greater part of whojo Ufa
Pwii e6 ,".?™ t J n , tne "»«Piial» of London, Paris,
t hUadelphla and elsewhere, has effected some of ti
niostos oulslMug cures that were ever known: !
troubled with ringing in tho head and ears when
i great nervousness, being alarmed at «ni.l»,
sounds, basbfulaesa, with troqueuUduSi „ ,••
....iiotinies with a d.»ngemenj"of the
-'tired tuimediately. «"uu, w*.* i
i TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE,
r. J. addresses all those who have Injured them
-f i&If.SSST i ? dttl 8'"": ii« and solitary habit.
:h ( rnlnUith body and mind, unfitting them l.r
lest- ere soino of- the aad and nudancholv effect*
uceei by early babita or youth, viz : Weakne*. of
Back and Limbs, Pains in, the Head, Dimness ol
t, Los* oi .Muscular Power, Palpitation of th»
■t, llyapopsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement
i« Digestive Funotiona, General Pctiltty, Sjivr '
MENTALLY.
Tho fearful effects on the mind are uutch to t
dreaded. laws of Memory, Coufnsion of Idea- Iv
predion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion ti
Society, Self distrust. Lore of Solitude, Tlmidltv Ac I
aro some of the evils produced. I
Thousands oi person, oi alias** can now Iftoat
Kbatia the cause ot their declining heal'li :
rigor - ~...., ..
-latoei, l-au-ig a singular appearance about th« »-*.
oooghaad ymptoi - - ;i on '
YOUNG IU
wnolmve Injured themselves by a cumin pr...-...,
Jndulged In when alone-a habit frequently li
rrom evil companions or at school, tbe effect* of which
[ ere nightly folt, oyen when asleep, and II
ranter* marriage iD.poi.sible, and destroys bo: fa
ana body—should apply immediately.
What a pity tli.it n. young man, the hope ot hi
country, the pride ot hi* parent*, should
from all pro.pecta and •njoyments of life 1 ■-■ ihecT-V'
wgui-noe of deviating from tho path of natu
indolgiug in a certain secret habit, task : Vilon.
■ oar, !>-.fere contemplat-ir.* I-«tons,
reflect thai a sound mind and body are tho most ner. I
•esary requiaites to promote connubial happiness- In
deed, without taee*, tho jorrney tliro.ioh life become.
S1" *" , tho prespeet hourly darkens to
theviow, the mind becomes shadowed with disnaii
and tilled with the raolancholv rcflcctioa tha' V c
happiness of anothi r I oomet bllghtac with our ' --i
I'ISEASB OF IMPRUDENCE
When the misguided and imprudent voter* o:
oluasure 6'uda be baa ImWbed the aoeela of this raiL
fe'ldiseoee, it too often happonu that an ili-linied seme
•if shame or dread of discovery doters liim from an- I
p'ylng to those, who, from education and re«p«u. I
bilitv, can s!(iu-> befriend him. Ho fall, into the I
oanils of ignorant and doiiijaing preteniier., who. it
wpable of curing, (llch his pecuniary substaui
hiui trifling month tJ'u-e lucnth or aa long ■
soiallisitfee can be obtained, and withdlaTioJi
! - IB" ■ sl| mn his galling dl.
iment; or, by the use of that deadlj poison
■erenry, hasten the conatitutlonal symjrtoni* oi th.
' "-'[" .:" E -' , "%- .™ oh - : Affeotk-i of t
""■':' .'nV ln .» lc -. I .-.-,■.
i 11 fill death puts a ptrled to his Oraadtulsuffer-
Bwolng hiui to thai sad
UNDOBBBMBNT Of THE PKBBB
wtihil n M { •';• "? a '; l! ' !a ' ;u -''-d Nt this instttuth*,
WitUn tha la.t eighteen years, and the numerous
■urgtc-a! Operation, performed by Dr. Johaaton, wit
nsasod by fhe reporter, of the "I . otnw
. : .ot:ces,f which ~ - a^
before the publlo, besides bis standing u.~. a a
' ft^t? oorn-i, iKIM, .-. ~„,,_,__,
jitaraatee to the afflicted.
SKIN .D/SEAiES SPBBDILY OUaEr.
wllonlar In dinning
JOB;- HNBtOH M. B„ '■
! - i ■ ' * ".
iIMOOK__WAiID~
1 mm ' S VJ!A •"WSAcnre. all Liver, Kllsoy and
Bladder Di******, Oruiiulo Weakness, Female AtEic
| tiona. aenori.l Bebilitynnd complainta of tho Uri
aniy Orgr.ns, ia malo and female.
I SI,OOO will alao be paid for any caae of Blind
Bleeding or Itching PILES that Dsliwa's Pm X*--'
*si fails to cure.
DiBINQ'S MAGIC LINIMENT cures Rh-umatlc
Paina, Sprahis, Brniaaa and Swelled .loiats in met
and beast. '
ve-rywhoro. Send for pamphlet.
I.ABCkAToiii— IU Frauilin at., Baltimore, Kd
I i-plendid iiair Dye is the best in the
.lj true am! perfeot Dye j hannle**, reliable, in
.i'P-iintmeEt ; uo ridiculous tint.
--| laaedlM the offecta of bad iuiigorale. and
leaves the Hair soft and boantifu', -black or brown r
Beild by all Di nggisls and Perfumers, and proserl*
applied at Batcbeloi'e Wig factoiy, No. 16, it, ad
_ WAISTS.
Jr T of great value to Farmers, Mechanics and
working men of all trades and occupation*. ' 13th.
Cititioa now ready. T.oi
FARMERS' A MECHANICS' MANUAL.
Edited by GEO. K. WARING, J*.
Author of "Elements of Agriculture," "DrsirAi
Profit and for Health," ond formerly
Agrfcultural Engineer of Central
Park, New York.
Mo Oijtavo Paoib axd ovjb SOO Ilicsisahoih.
The New Orleans "Times" sayj: "It la a book
which .honld be in the h*ndsof every Fatme.raud
Tke Now Orleans "I'.'.-aynno" »ya: "So valuable
a book ahonld be found In the house of every Farm
er and Mechanic ; its elegant Illustrations will ma";*
ft welcome everywhero "
Active men women can make more monei
B lTe,J,i: telling this book than ani
work In the field.
Send for ld-pago circular, elllng all about it
H. B. TiIEAT A Co., Tufcl-.
nig ES- -'~'. Kr,. DM Rroadwaj
MTANTED—W* dadre tv obtain $30,000 IN
TT VIRGINIA STATE BONftS, and to any party
making us tbe loan, we will give tbem ample secu
rity for ita return wilbiu e'ne jcar, Lesides v baud
some iotereet tor its use
To auy party who in active, intelligent and ener
getlc, who can control suttlcient capital (913,300)
to purchase these bonds, tve will give the:» an iute
rcat in a businees iv Virginia that will puv them be
tween 03,000 and $4,000 * j ,-ar, l.osidos«eourity
for tbe return of the amoani In
Address EMEitSON A POWBLL,
ly H—tf 1101 Perm. Avenue, Wlehlngton, D. 0.
•piCTt-'UES, PIOTUKBg, PICTURES.
IOKING-OLA LOOKING-OLASSBS,
LOOKING-0 LASSES.
FRAMES, FRAMES, FRAMES.
L STYLES, ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTION
-ARGE FAMILY BIBLES, BIBLES, BIBLES.
CARPETS. CARPETS, CARPETS
CLOCKS, OLOCKS, CLOCKS.
Fill be .old l- payment, of weekly iuHlallment.,
■hi'iipes tbi-.v can In- li ingbt in the city fur rash. I
AMES of all description uud style made on pre
misoa. Parties iv w.ni o 1 ibove will say* I
money by calling at the tture, or pnrehadns
jiy agents.
WILLIAM DAFFRON,
Nos.flaud 10 ki,-l-li,-iiili SI bet. Main and Krauklin
Richmond, Va., and 101 Main St., Lynchburg, Va'
MACHINERY, *V*.
E ** DArK)N '
AND ENOINEKRB'BUPPU__f TUBBBB
TROTH BTBJMT, BaTTtYausN MAIN AND CART,
RICHMOND, VIROINIA,
alfoari^.J^rni'i 8 of "Proved construction, for
| an purposes, of or North*™ build.
i l i'". r .,?, d ' Maohine, Car and Carpenter Shot,. Pl.n
.1? DUai - Door ' o»»"netwirt? Ch'.lY Bed'
H,? v ' """d'u""'", Agricultural, Machine lla'adl.
"poll*, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton and Woolen *
mmi nf'; to " on oili '. farmers, Foundries Rollins
<t™L"' T< ;™f co Factories, Tanneries, Saw, Floorln?
LiieCrW ""SSL* „ Fnlle i? » nd Hanger., Belting
81™..,, n' o * w "' F " M > Wrenches, Twist lirMl.'
!«?S Q , ai, « e ". Saw Onmrners, Steam ami Water ML.
SaSJd-1 «__«
PMill°Sto h n"" *" ',' c „ B ° !d ,0 ». "«>' « SXT
ry, Ac " Q9lri '"t'. Wood Working,
° f M ' oh,n<,r y for Mills and
ceoi.
• JOHN VILtS.
.'PIKEKIX FOVHDRY,
No. 8 Eiohth Sthebt, bhtwhu/main and
Fbankhn, Richmond, Va.
WM. n. COOK. & CO,
We manufacture onage.
Verandahs B IR ° N "^J™.
l"! .„■ w . rP J p *' Hydrant Keys and Rods for
6r -, T f,T for »»d Hyar.nfs
in?* gonuraily ° '" "' IBON WORK f «"«"d :
woTk PLOW 'cASTlvng"* *;" h ,he » bOTS
solicit fi!rv. l/AhTI * N «B, and would respictfullv
work _„'*__ _T ge ? f "•"•chant,and fa.m'ers AM
___ilUsa' Dd uodcrs nll,d *""> diapatoh.
0* J
in'cor if'l" """ "'"rati iIVK DOLLARS
ri„J' u " y , nm "' ,v,,rn * n or child that will
brfng me any 80KE OLD luriit "
V' H» ' 3 "*°'™*" C aVor R
FAIL TO CURS WITHOUT PAIN,
WOXBERrUL MtIDICINKS
Sl , LVif^ TEf , C , ol£ ' " nd CARBOLIC CANCER
S>AL\ ji is for sale by all drmrgists '-ant,-*
SAsV'BS.
| AXUM AND DBY PLABTi.B
SAFES
IroD™™!^,". Dsn 'l' B «"- Novel Corrcd. th.
iron, rh, b„t Fire-Proof Safe Made. otrra * '"•
284 Broadway,
1«1 SLOe/i's'treei,
novSB-tt RiohKLciio, Ca.
BA V R YOU R UO MM s - r a j,
RELIEF FOR DEBTORS.
UnVted BaJt-^rfcl-? 0 ! hy " >»«• decision of th*
0- LUII tl,e TWO TUOUSANI)
C-n»'*„,,•„ <)MESl ,f-n. provided lor in „ur new
Constitution, ns wol! a. the KIVJj IIUNDIikri lini •
»«tots,_ftsSSs
DRBD DOLLARS, EXEMPT BY LAW * r ". ' f
left by the casualties of tbe late war
ir cH<vni a i;R abu r'l?", oonnMUol >wi'O Uon. L.
""" '"' " n< l ßir F. or on
t ."by the flrm'i'nin Mi ' ,0M wil,bedi,, 8<- nt lyattended
i.c r . „• , 4***ff> MORTON,
: Bichmond Va I* Rio '."" on ' l Cit i' Circuit Court
«-MAJ.'ro.' 0. HANKS, of Goochland, -n
| represent us iv Goochland and Fin... 3TI . cornX-
DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
DYSPEPSIA AND RHEUMATISM,
.Silea
THE STRONGEST PHWARATION OJ-_B
B V « II V
BVfIR OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
I. H. HERBERT A CO., Proprieters,
87 Paik Row, New York
j Sold by all Drugglsta. no 29_j_ 1
]T M. SMITH A CO.,
all NANUFAOTCKBES Or
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
1532 Main Sibbrt, Richmond, Va.
SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES!
The very best arrangement ovor introduced for
rosing water from welia or cialerr.*. Of the soven
thousand already sold, w-t one baa ever fatlod to
give perfect aud 6nt're lAliafkction. It, aftov a
month » trial, the purchaser thinks he had rather
•lT *i! J,: i" l 't* '*"*-'•', cr o| d.|»*hloned wtndlan, w«
n ouey. It II adapted to wells of any c't-j lb, and '.'
for nso. " n ." n re *''F
DOTT'S CLOTHES WASH XX.
The Peculiarities ot this Machine : Ist. It Is small-
It occupiia but littlo more room than a o-unnou
wish tub. 2d. It is easily worked; a feeble woman
may sit down and wink It; a little girl can s-au I
and operate tbe waabar. Sd. It secures all (hi
known benefit, of using ends boiling hot. The hand
need not touch the water, either in wash
wringing, with the Universal Cloth*. VWin-
tachcd; bonco It cleanses ordinary linen in a few
moments, nt a single tparalion. and thu woist parts
of collars and wristben*!. so effttctually that <el -t m
any, aud never but little, rubbing is ntceaiirv
There la no exaggeration In this stateaieul if tl*
machine is used according to directions. '
Prices: Wringer, $9; Wether, flu. Thus a com
plete Waaler and « ringer, each Hie best of iv (lass
Ii obtained for $24. Every family la the land ihocld'
have them.
CATALOGUES FOR 1871.
A. the limits of an advertisement will not allow
of descriptions or the various Agricultural Imple
ments and Machine, we manufacture, wo invite all
raters to send tt* 'heir poatoffice address so that
no may send them our now llln.trated Catalogue oi
ninety pages, which ia rail of information valuable
t.i every la/nier, aud 1- published for gratuitous o j r .
culation. H. M. SMITH AOO -
no 2—tiA-wtf Poslofflfe Bifx 8 Richmond. Va.
\*/ lIITB ASH BRUSHES, Paint BiwheaTdiotU
TT Bru»he«, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brusbea.
L WAGNER A 00, Druggtrt.,
Oeraer With aad Broad Itrwte.

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