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eSATURDAT EVENING, FEB. 4, 1871. "PIKIT OF THK IHIIHIIO Pltfss. I Tbe Whig is beginning to show n-.ucli temper. It id getting ia a rage—a very violent passion,—and abuses the gentle. ' men who aro proposing to confer a lasting benefit on this State and city by giving us • through line of railroad to Ihe Ninth, I worse thau we would pick-pockets. It •colds and fumes, aud froths and foam?, and calls them "adventurers." A very convenient word, —but ono that has a dou ble meaning. They are, indeed, "adven turers", —and Ul9 very kind we need ia Virginia,—bravo and adventurous men, who are not afraid to invest their means in an enterprise which they have the fore sight to see will be one of the Greatest and most truly national improvements of tho day. We wish Virginia had more of just such adventurers, and that she had few er of ihe other sort. We want men of nerve and energy,—bold and fearless, who will venture all, risk everything, re- I gardlesa of tho woak counsels of the cra ven-hearted and timid, who only take stock in certainties, and never travel on railroads or steamboats, because they fear I the first will run off tho track, or the lat ter oxplode, and destroy tbeir selfish and useless lives. We will exchange all our I worthless old fogies for these same ad venturers, as fast as tfcoy are oflorol in The fierceness with which tho Whig assails the popular work in which these adventurers aro so nobly interesting them selves—the regeneration aud redemption of the Stale through tha proper develop ment of our railroad system—shows that it has tbe worst aide of tho argument. See how calm and courteous the Enquirer is. It keeps in a good humor. Its tem per is oven, affable, amiable—like one fully satisfied with the impregnability of his position, the rectitude of his course, and the invincibility of his arguments ; knowing the power of truth, and that it will in the end prevail. Tho Enquirer, we know, has the beat sidaof tho question, from these good-natured siuns, while the rage of the Whig proves that it finds it self advocating either a bad or a losing Then, too, the rT7ii.gr has been appointed to that side, and tlid cot take it from choicej'andjwe know how hard it is to argue against, not only our judgment but oar sympathies. We make up by a show Bf rago aud pretended zs.tl for what wo ick in argument. The Whig, too, intimates that tho Penn ylvania Central is using money to carry ts point. Well, why not have Mother investigatiem ? Lsei year you deposed Senators of accepting bribes to vote against consolidation and in the interests of Balti more; but an investigation failed to show that any such means had been resorted to. We might, with equal justice, declare that Commodore McCready, Moncure ltobiuson and Peter V. Daniel are using money to buy up the General Assembly in their in terest. They have, according to all at. counts, a much louder purso than even tho Pennsylvania Central can boast. And the Whig has had its zeal suddenly awakened for Norfolk and direct trade. That city must be built up. So we say ; but will Commodore McCready and Mon-' I cureßobinsou and the Fredericksburg road, give Norfolk direct trade with any other points but Now York, Philadelphia and i Baltimore ? Is not Norfolk made by them a mere wharf—a flag-station—where a receiving and forwarding clerk could di all the business, and ono warehouse be all the buildings required? Ask Col. Will Lamb how much they have done for Nor folk and direct trade. The Enquirer, in reply to the article in yesterday's Whig, asking, "Shall our cities our cities be dwarfed into way-stations?" We agree with our neighbor perfectly, thit "tbe provisions of nature must finally triumph over tha power and ooutrivance of capital," and hence we feel assured that were the Central Pennsylvania road to oiim every railway from New York to New Orleans, ou the coastline, •he could not damage us. We believe that the Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio is a natural cAannei of trade, and so of the Seaboard road, from which it cannot be permanently diverted by any act or device of man. The construe! in.-i of the Alexandria and Fredericksburg' road can affect neither of these lines, exoept to cause a reduction of the tolls on the Seaboard road, c benefit to Norfolk, for trade will seek capital by the shortest and cheapest route. Tbe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad is also a natural channel and its managers undertitnd full well the value of short lines to deep water, as illustrated by tbeir present application to the Qeneral Assembly for authority to con-J struct branches. 1 In referring to the Whig'i assurance that the Frodericksburg and Potomac company have been waked up to the wants ot tho age, by tho thunder of the storm which this discussion has raised, and if permitted would carry their road on to Washington, j the Enquirer asks this pertinent question : Sohol What assurance can the Whig give I that there will bo any reduction of fare or tolls ? What bopoean it extend to a panting [ community that Mr. Moncure Robinson will I let this company out of his pocket, or remove j the barriers interposed by his Seaboard road il j The Fredericksburg road, if permitted, will I promptly extend tbeir road to Washington. Thank God for tbe thunder and lightning which has led this company to give this as surance to the Whig i but we confess we have not seen any evidence to assure us, and if tho same policy Is to continue in control of its management, we think that even our neighbor ■ would join in the prayer, "Good Lord, deliver I The Alexandria and Fredericksburg road is Philadelphia ; the Frederiokaburg and Into. Mao road is Baltimorean and Philitdelpiin. What is the difference to our people ? It all sounds very pious and piteous. The devil is certainly nek when ho makes such saintlike promises. Better let him die now tbat he is so fit for heaven. An Irishman once saw a Jaw fall iuto the riv er. As he came to the surface he called for help. "Will you become a Christian, if I help you out I "Yes, yes ; anything you wish," cried the Israelite, who was fust losing his strength. Pat reached him a plank, "Now, say the Aye Marie, and the Pater Noster, yo spilpeen," demanded Pat; "or be me soul I'll lave yea to drown." There was no help for it, —and so poor Isaac repeated the creel and prayer. "Are you sure you are converted, aud a good Christian, now," inquired Patrick. "Oh ! yes; I bo's so goot a Greestian as never vaa!" "Well, then you couldn't die at a better time, for if you livo you may fall from the faith," and pulling the plank away, he kindly sent his new convert t i We think as the Fredericksburg om pany has repented of its terrible extortions upon the traveling c irnmu,,ity,—only charging $7 to Washington,—and has be come a convert to cheap lares and rates, it might as well die now while it is iv a peni tent mood Wo h.td better toko it while the thunder ia doae, for us its rumblings die away in tbo distance tlu prayers it aaid whan thay were crashing overhead li ful speoimon of a representative man. j France is truly unfortunate 1 She has not I proditccd a single man since the beginning I of the war—soldior or civilian—fit to diroct j the government or command the armies. I Our contemporary says : .j Qambetta is indeed a representative man—a beicon to guard tb« French from disaster. Ha is nn» of theicboolol France that has brought upon her more miseries than even the oorrnp tlons snd depravities of her kingly court!. Isr tvere undoubtedly the cause of much I —much oppression of the people ; but s that flowed from the extreme of j which may be said to ba a legitimate j royal oppressions, exceeded in their and horrors anything tbat ever came runy of kings. tta's furious addresses to helpless J re the madness of Red Republicanism. iot wonder at the ory " Vive 1' Em of the Mobiles. They mty well be ted Republicanism. Of all earthly omenta, that of the Red Republican is terrible. It is the condensation of ibilitp, madness, and ferocity, md wo believe the Emperor is the i who can s»ve Franoe dow from Ho is ber best man, and the war ■ed it. Tbo best thing for tho d the world will be bis restoration perial throne. A strong govern a strong hand is now what j I, —and Napoleon Is tha man. mblic most bo postponed. It o built up out of this wreck, chy and chaos for its foundation iVe, too, say, with the sensible I Vive I'Empereur !" ispalch is anxious that the Prcsi- I ild veto the bill ropoaling the I Of course. It takes not only too tal from tho Democratic party nth, but it will, also, deoimato :s. They are afraid tho yonng have some hopes of preferment aduced to join the Republican aspire to Federal office. We a great many Democrats regret ;n of the bill because it will :ir pirly, and there was not a I of i heir papers that asked this I , which removes the disabilities J eight millions of people. patch hopes the President will j 'roscription helps the Democ hopa he will not, because we st, tbat it will go far towards armotiy and good-feeling, aid ectiuao it will prove tho libe he Republican party aud in rength in the South, sorry to see a very bitter and cle in the Dispatch this morn- j Northern men and native Re- It is iv reply to the Cincinnati lii there no other way to ho Democratic party in "tho through perpetuating the pas dices and animosities of the cinq Republicans to adopt re asures ? t of the Dispatch's article is t does not want peace. It de -3 President shall veto the test id that Congress shall pass ures of reconstruction to make r otes here ; but wo warn it to I it does not go a little too far itself. It may produce a re- North that will not ba plea- Sum aro sowing dragon's teetb, | John L.Cox, baukrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, T. 11. Brooke, of Caroline county, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment a* assignee of the estate of John L. Cjx, of Henrico county, iv aaid district, who was, on the Ist day of Deo., 1870, adjudged a bankrupt ou bia creditors' petition by tho District Conrt of aaid district. Dated Milford, Va,, Junnary :0, 1871. jaH)~F3w T-11. BROOKE, Assignee. j 00—Iuvoluutary. i IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED I STATES,.for the Dfatrict of Virginia. | In the matter of G. W. Brooka et als TS J. M. Per due, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ; Please to take notice, that a petition haa been pre sented to tho Hon. W. W. Forbea, Esq., Regieter fn Bankruptcy fn said District, by James M. Moody, asslgnoe of tho eatate of said bankrupt, to sell the r«al estato bolonging to said baukrupt, t're* from all j liens thereon. This is to give notico to all persons Interested, that in terms of said petition an order has been issued by tbe Regieter aforesaid, for all persona who may be in terested iv Baid eatate, to appear beforo tho Baid Reg later, at his office, in the city of Richmond, on the 81st day of January, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and ahow cauae, If any they havo, why such order should not be granted, J* II Saw JAMB 3M. MOODY, Assignee. aw*" ~ ' — rN the District Court of the United Bgate* for th* 1 District of Virginia. In th* matter of Jock McQboe, bankrupt—ln bankruptcy. To whom ft May Concern:—The undersigned, L. D. llaymond, of Bedford co'ty, Va., horebygives notice of hi* appofntment as assignee of tho o.ute of Ja-k McGhee, of Bodfird oounty, Virginia, In aaid dfatrict, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on ha own petition by tho District court of said district. Ja 11—Saw L. P. HAYMOND, Aaaign**. ' TN the District Court of tho Jnlted State* for the 1 District of Virginia. In th* matter of Williamson Barnett, bankrupt— iv bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern :—Th* undersigned, L. I). llaymond, of Bedford county, Va., hereby give* notice of h»s appoiutmont as uasignee or the eatate of Williamson Burnett, of Bedford county, Virginia, lo aaidtliatrict, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on hi* own petitiou by tho Distriot coart of said district. ja U-B3w L. D. HAYMOND, Assign** [ N the District Court of tbe Uuited Statu for th* 1 District of Virginia. In the matter of Thos. Johnson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom ft May Concern:—The undersigned, L D. llaymond, of Bedford county, Va., her*by gives notice of his appointment as aaaignce of tho estaie ■f Thos. Johusou, of Bedford county, Virginia, in aaid district who has heretofore been adjudged a bank rupt on hia own petition, by the District court of said district Jail—S3w L. D. HAYMOND. Assignee. IH THB DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED I STATES for the District of Virginia. In the matter ot Dents li. Ferguson, a Bank rupt—in Bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 2dth eiay of January 18T1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: '' Ploaao to take notice, that a petition Jia* been pre •euted to the lion. Johu C. Underwood, Judge ot said District C,.urt, In Bankruptcy, by John M. Hull, aßaigne* ot the estato of aaid bankrupt, to aell the rcuf eatate belonging to said bankrupt, free fr >m ull liens and encumbrances thereon. Tin* ia to give notice to all persona inteested, that In the terms of said petition an order has been leaned by the Judge aforesaid, for ail parsons who may be Interested in said estate, to appear before W. W Foi bes, Register, at his office io tbe city of Richmond, on Thursday, the 16th day of February, 1871, ut 10 o'clock A. fcf _ and show cauae. If any tbey have, why sui'ii order should not ba granted. f N THE DISTRIOT COURT OF THK DNITFD I STATES for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Jas. A. Peck, Baukrupt—ln Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern .—The nndorslgned, P. W. Strother, ot Giles county, Va., hereby give* I notice of hie appointment as assignee of the estate of Jo*. A. Peck, if llil.j connty, In said distriot, who has horetofrjre been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of aaid district. Dated tlecembcl 9lb. 1870. d* p. w. STROTHER, Assignee. IN THK DISTRIOT COURT OF THB UNITED 18TATES for tho District of Virginia In the matter of Johu F. riiiitdj, bankrupt i In Bankruptcy. At Triiyloravlllo, on tho 18th day of January, 18T1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition haa baen pre sented to the lion. John C. Underwood, Judge of said D strict Court, in Bankruptcy, by John P Rnrksdal* assignee of the eatate of the said bank rupt, to ».;1! the real estate belongiug to said baok ruot, froe from all liens and encumbrances theraon. Tnia la to give notice to all poraons Interested, that iv terms of said petition an ordor haa beeu f..»u*i t r teli parson* who may be interested In said estate, to appear betbro John F. Colibs, Roglslor, af hi* t Hi -, in the town or Danville, ou tbo Ist day of I obi'.iary, I*7l, at 10 o'clock A. M., and ahow cauae, If any they have, why auch order should not b* granted. JOHN P. BARKSDALE, Assign** Tray lorsville, Vi., Jan. 18,18T1. ' ' MADAME DB^AtUIAmPS ALONB IN A MOUNTAIN OOltOE.] QNBQLY ENSCONCKn AMID TUB WJXDS OF O one of the Middle State-., livt>d Madame Deli champs, many years ajco, with no known protector, i:»ve a faithful dog that ever stood beside ber to de fend in time of neod. Her small, moss-covered cabin, wrapped with the will rose and honeysuckle, appeared hid away hy a cluster of undergrowth, and closely environed on tho north and east by a deep, craggy ravine that led away back to the mono- I Uere, sni&ling the ambient air, watted from na ture's green sward clinging to the mountain aid*, j batbing her brow in early morn's gentle dewdrop, i <*he lived solitary and alone for many long >ears The catamount's mintvtlil_r midnight yell, and the wolfs doleful howl, frequently aroused her from pleasant midnight slumbers. Now and then she would emerge from her un known home and mingle with tbe inhabitants around about for one or two months at a time. She was eccentric in her acts, and all viewed her aa a living curiosity. While from homo, she apparently had hut one ob ject, aud that was the relief of her afflicted sex. Under a belt on her left side, could be seen an old fashioned dirk of considerable size, carried for her Skins of Rabbits and Raccoons dm, made from certain rooU known only to herself, I tbe secret of which she duns, to as with the tenacity of death. Sho sallied forth from her wild mountain home, to act the (Jood Samaritan, with this unknown vegetable powder, which she claimed possessed a wonderful power over all diseases incident to the female sex. She termed it "womb physic," with wbich she proposed to cure all afflictions and de* rangements of tbat organ, and kindred complaint*, FRis of oharqs With such s ngillar magio did she relievo all who applied, that within a few years hor name and tame became known far and wide, and hun dreds of a offer in a: females applied for rellof aud re turned to tbeir homes healthy and happy. Many were anxious to know hor gr<at Becrtv, tim. largp sums ef money were offored il sho would divulge it ; but sho stubbo-nly refused. During her solitary life, she bucamo intimate with j n! j one woman, a noted midwife some miles distant, te whom she promised to Divulge her secret In a few years j male compfaluta that had resisted all ordinary modt>d of treatment. Many years ago, the writer oi this, j while engaged in tho practice of medicine, by a little strategy, succeeded in procuiing the secret of this wonderful Vegetable Regulator, which had never I been known to tho Medical Profession. He gave It a fair and Impartial trial In the treat ment ot rarions forms and stugoa of female com- "GROSS' MEDrCO CHIRURQIOAL REVIEW." Regutatcr known, and now offers thi-i valuable comj J pound to the afflioted femalf, nude; the name of I English If you could see the pile of axnfl.n? approvals and I encomiums Ir in physicians aud tho public who baT« i cured their wires, their daughters aud their frijnda, by tbe use of these Bitters, no sickly female would hesitato to use them. This Female Regulator ia J adapted for old, young, married or single females, who are affected with acute or chronic forma of Uterine derangements. They cure painful, sup pressed, acanty, profuse or irregular Menstruation, Chlorosis or Green Sickness, Fluor Albus or White*, Hysterics, Filling of the Womb, Uloi ration and Ir ritability of the Womb, pain in the side, back or loins, aick Headache, palpitation or fluttering of the Ht-art, hurried Breathing, swimming of the Head, cold Feet and Hands, loss of Appetite, Indigestion, torpid Lirer, Me'ancholly, Nervousness, Wakeful ness, Barrenness, physical Prostration, etc., etc. j Many ef these are relieved by the use of only one The Liver and Stomach Females, aftor confinement and convalescent* from any debilitating c tuiplaint, who ronui'.iu weak and feeble, with little or no afppetit'j, are at once aroused I and strengthened by their use. As a Famiy Tonic for men, women and children, it has no equal. One tsdbieipoontul contains more medic.! properties, than one battle of any of the common und phmsunt "di lute alcohol" bitters, to be found all over the country, When th-- manufacturers of the common beverago* of the day say they cure a'l dlaetv.* s, they well know they ate "pulling the wool" over ynur eyes, aud laugh at your stupidity in being so easly humbugged whenerer the article smacks of Whfaky. If fom really desire a yaluable Iron and Vegetable Tonic for yoursolf and family, one boitle of B. I. B. will laat longer and do more good than one t*o«n of the ordinary "grog ikOD ' bitters, as one table spoonful in A female regulator cheeks, and who do not feel exactly rigbt. For tbe mother at the "change of life,'* itsoothos and quiets nntll the critical period is pasted, aa sweetly aa If enjoying tbe brightest beam* of opal ray, flitting through the air of oriental oUme*. The mcdl- fne is sold at the low price of $1 50 per Bottle, or six for $S 00, and oan be had of all Druggists and Merchants J. P. Dromgoole Dromgoole and Co.'s Buchu J. P. DROMOOOItB A CO., Preu's MHIRAIICI. OF BAN FRANCISCO. I Capital (Gold). 1600,000,000 Aaaots (January Ist, 1S70) $707,115,"k* j BEW TORE MTV D»\RD At llEfaiKXr* ! DANIEL DOWS. I A. A LOW, I GEOHUE OPDVKR, H. B. OLAFI.IN, WM. T. OOLEMAN, | JJHN WINSLOW. FOI.ICIK3 GRANTED IN CURRENCY AND GOLD. TftlBTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with th* State Treasurer of Virginia, in State Kealutmed Bonds, for security of Virginia poltoy-holders. Having been appointed agent* of th* above firat clasa, liberal, and prompt-paying oompany, w* *o licit the patronage of all desiring inaurance. THO3.M. ALFRIEND A SON, or. 18—Ora »(j_ Main str«*t. 1 (JUARDIAN MUTUAL j tIFB INSURANCK COMPANY OP j MBW TO Organized in 1859 All policies non-forfeitable one-third loan giver No notes required policies in force Last cash dividend the dividends of the company inn, to them exclusively, fr» from th* claim* d creditor*. Security, cheapness LCOrUa HaADAU, Soc'y and Actuary; GioeoeT. Hope, President Oontfnental Flrelnenranca Company; Hon. Jams llari-er, of Harper Brothers; loon J. Or*«i, President Bunk of Republic; W. M. Virbiiti, of Vermflyo A Co., bankers Hon. GlOßsi Opotki, ex-Mayor of New York ; Aarob Arnold, of Arnold, Constable A 00. We. T. Hooker, Wall Street. Chas. Q. Rocewood, Cashier Newark Banking Oo'j I Minor O. Moroi.m, Banker. Thomis Riqnet, of the Firm or Thomas Wgney A Co. I B. SnaRKAN, Treasurer of tho New iork Bt«in Hnirar Refining Company. ilOHsin 11. Bowhe, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyera. E. V. HAUoawetiT, Firm E. V. Haughwoot A Co. Julius H. Pratt, Merchant. Wn. W. Wright, Merchant. Cbas. J. Btarb, Merchant. VYruMV Ruck, Merohant. Geo. W. Cotler, Bankor, Palmyra, N. V Jons H. Sherwoob, Park' Place. Idwaid H. Wriuht, Newark, N. J. ■. W Fables, Counsellor. vie L.CosswsiSt, Merchant. ISAAC HUTZLER A CO., "ii-era! Agent for Virginia and B.strict of Ce lt j ma. OFFIOB SOX MAIN BTRBBT. Da. J el. Cxebli.. Medical Examiner. Jint-tt .^***jyß*»»J»»*«• OAJUtt. '•p H. BROOKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in tho Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and Hueeu.and tbe United States Courts at Richmond. eifflc*at Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia 1 will attend to cases before tbe Court ol Claims End the Departments at Waehi: gton. My father, H. B. Brooke, Esq., will attend to all !... — , .-iiLiiisii.il to me in the countiea of King | and Queen, Caroline and Eaaex. Address Central | Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. [\ANIEL OABKLL A DANIEL, ! I' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, No: 1100 Main Street, Richmond, Va. WM. DANIEL, Jr., HENRY COALTKR CABELL an i. i lis W. DANIEL have associated themselves for the PRACTICE OF LAW fn the Suprome Court I ot Appeals, tbe Circuit and District Court! ol tbe I United Siatcs, ar.d all the Courts iv aud tor tho city ol Richmond. * WM. DANIEL, Jr., will henceforth reside in Rich- I Meisei. W. and J. W. DANIEL will e.ontlnu* to atteud tbe Courta in which thoy now practice. J* 18—ti. M. PAOB AN!) PHILIP WOOD have 0 formed a co-partnership,/or the PRAOTI'IB OF I L\W io all tbe courts of tbe city of Richmond aud couutlea of Hourico, Chasterfleld, Powhatan and Amelia. Will uetnud other counties iv special ca»ea Addreas p A0 _, WOOD, oc at—ti No. 20 Governor street, Richmond, Va L. a. CHABbLEI. r J. B. SHISLOT. -i ALrRED hoetob / 1 HANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, CORN BR OF BANK A TENTH STREETS. BOOMS He. 2, 8 and 4, MARSHALL Hiui,, RICHMOND, VlßtaiNn JOHN W. JENKINS, ATTORNKV-AT-LAW, ROOII NO. 1, MARSHAL!, BtnLßlßa, Corner 10th and Bank it*. 1 AM BLUR SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW »BP OOMMIBEIONER IN CHANCERY, For all court* of olty ol Bichroone! and county el Henrico. Ornci No. 1810 Ro»s St.. «°« " t -' f RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. f «o) l 3. MtCARTHT, Corner Fifth end Marshall street*! MKDIOAI.. '•IttMlilTi? SOST tIt'ASTITHS." OH. LAWIIENCE'S Hißhly Ciineemntpd Fluid Extract of no quack medicine OR, J. J. LAWUEHfK't RIFYING TUB mOOD, RESTORING THS LIVER AND KIDNEYS TO A HKALTITY ACTION, AND INVIGORATING THIS NERVOUS SYSTEM. This is the Morei of Ita WONDERFUL SUCmSSS II CURING Scrotal*, gyptiliu, Dyspepsia, mjS COMPLAINT, CHRONIC RIIKUMATIBM NEURALGIA, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, KRUP TIONS OF T»E SKIN, HUMORS, 1.083 OF VIGOR, DISEASES OP KIDNKYB AND BLADDER. AND ALL DIB EASES CAUSED BY A J BAD BTATE OP THE BLOOD, OK A DISEASED CONDITION OF TUB MYER.KIBNEYS, NERVOUS BTBTEM,At It thoroughly ERADICATES ev-ry kind of Hnmoi aod Bad Taint, anil restores tlin entire system to a hoafthy condition. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN OHANOED BY THI USF. OF THIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK, BM;KLi SUFFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, IIBALTUI AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN. I .Wo Medicine haa attatnod ancli a GREAT RSI'G TATION an this Justly CELEBRATED Componiid, j ' oir New C Yori. "*" °°" PaorissoH H. 8. NEWTON, M. IX. froresaor and President of the Faculty, late "Pit fessor Theory and Practice" of Medicine, CinoinDati, Ac. Out, of the moat eminent men or his age—w*lt known aa tho author of the following ataudard modi cal works: NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MEDI OINE," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN," "NEWTON* isYMKS SURGERY," Ac, Id December numtior o' "American Metllcal Review—page 277, aaya : " Among the more recent efforts to introduce pop olarfy some of the new remediea, wo notico a new orepan.-ion compoiiuded by J. J. LAWRENCK, M. 0., of Norfolk, Va., which fa furnished to the profea slon und the publio in any desired eiiiimtlty. We re cently examined his Laboratory, and became ftillj satisfied that all his work ia done iv the beat manner, by the moat approved procesa, and Irom the beat ma t«riala, giving aa a result a medicine meeting th* confidence of the physician* aud the public." KOSKOO CURBS SCROFULA IN ITS WORST FORMS. From A. W. MUla, a prominent and well-kuown mer chant of Norfolk, Va. No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 15,15 M. DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear 8!r. Your Koakoe aa* worked wnudera in ray family My daughter ba> b**n a anlforcr from Scrofula .face childhood. She lost thirty-one piecee of bone from hor ankle, eorera) I from her arm, beaidca having ulcere lv several part* | of the body. Whilat in thiscouditlonahecommeueid taking your Remkoo—it acted tike a charm on her; 1 iiiilcr lis use the nicer* gradually healed, and he I general health greatly fmproved. It eortainly saved I her much Buffering, and perhapa her fife. I regard Koskoo a specific tor all scrofulous affectioua. Yoni J Koakeoalso cured my wife of dyapopaia, from which I ah* Buffered greatly. She Is now In better health than ahe ha* been fn five years. !™"th the highest regard, 1 am gratefully yours, Ao., laendoriett by the bent pbyajctai.a every lead the following from Dr. Tmery, a ano aetitioner of many yeara ntandluv: fn the State: Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., ) September 10, 1868. J J. LA.WRKNOK— Dear Sir; I have usee. lentrated Unld Extract of Kookoo In m> "Ha the happiest results. I find It to be if Liver Invigorator, Blood Purifier, and 'omc In all dlaenaes of the Liver, Srcufo ilitlo, and Norvou* Affection*, it ia a remedy le value j In fact, in almost every varioty 3 Disease I* use ita indicated. Hoping yon with the sneceaa which yon deserve aa a iror of reliable medicines, 1 am sir wit* »ct, Your obedient servant, R. 0. TILLKRY, M. ». CURBS CHRONIC RIIEUMATIBM. Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7,180». .LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son ha* re nuch benefit from yonr wonderful Kcske-c not refrain from expressing my giatltu,le I almost everything without benefit. I be -1 aiuoerity, that your Koakoo i» an infatll i for tho disease from which he ha* aiiffore-d aa 1 can learn, has never failed. If yor. the immense amount of suffering he has , then you ceuld conceive the value of sucl » Koakou—that auraly cures. The great good It ia now doing aruoag us la me«ti ith much gratitude, 1 am, respectfully yoliia, Ao., Mrs. if. B. A. NELSON, j i following from Mr. Womltle, a promintni Merchant of this city : N*. IS, Market Square, Norfolk, Va,, I Dear Sir : To the large num imonlals which you offer to the great erli lr Koakoo, I take pleasure fn adding ni, nffured greatly with Nervons Debility Los* of Appetite, Ac. Two bottlea of Kcs ,'i me to health. Yonr* trnly, J. G. WOMBLR. | >v. W. 11. Christian, Taator Dlnwlddl* hodist Chnrch. Portamontb, Va., Os tobor 2i, 13*8. i certify tbat I Know Dr. Lawrenca wall. Uomal! of cnitivation, ami worthy of the Idenee. I liave ased hia Koskoo wfth ad myself, and have adopted it* use in my i«e« of nervons d'ibilitv and depreaalon. W. H. CHRISTIAN. r. Lloyd, a Physician of largo practice. Great Bridge, Va., October 8,186». VRENCB, M.D.—Dear Sir: I cheerfully tr Koekoo aa being a moat valuable prepa ,on examination of tho formula, I mid liont highly extolled by our boat and most clinical Investigators. I have tested ft* y own practice, and have no hesitatfon in ing it. In my opinion, It fa the best com s class ever put beforo the public—ex inreuiHg uy far all tho varions compounds of saraapa rills, Ac, ever invented. It ia a decided Nerve Tonic and Invigorator of tha animal forces, aiding diges tion and aasimilaii'tO.anii thereby producing healthy blood, which ahonld be th* baata of treatment In all chronic dlaeaaw. Hoping yon will reap tho reward yoo de**iT* from the public a* a benefactor, lauistr.jour* trnlr, iSnARLBB]'TOTD.M.D. For Additional Testimonial* From Physician*, Rminest Divine*, Editors, Drug gilts, Merchant*, Ac. ace KOSKOO ALMANAC foi thin year. FXU.SJE OJUI DOLLAR FEU BOTTLE. for rat* bf, all ay I.Ai Principal Druggitf i I QUACKERY. THK OjXjYV PLAOSWrUtRB A CURE I Oils !JK OBtAISED. BR. JOHNSTON hi* discovered the most certain I speedy, and only effectual nsßkedyln t Weakness of tho Back or iiona of tlic Kidneys and Bladder, in, oharges, Impoiency, Ueuernl Poblllty, Nervoi j Oyipepaia, Languor, Low Spltit- Palpitation of tho Heart, Timidity, Irem neaa or Might or Gtddlnm*, Dlie-ase* ol th Throat, Noae or Skin, Affection* of the i. J ath or Bowels—thoe* ten iblr, ... ~'.. f for _ j the gofttary Habit* of Youtb-tboae secret and toll. I tary practices more fathl to their victims than th* I *'0g of Syrens to tho Marnier ol Bins***, t.li K ht.ir,< then- most brilliant lie-pea or auticipatfoh*, renderfc,. marriages, Ac, Impossible. YOUNG MEN, Especially, who have become th* victims ol Solitude «:e, thatdroudful and destructive hrbit which *unu- I )-sweeps toau untimely grave thousand! of Young n of the most exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, I o might otherwise have entrance! listening Sen- j ites with the thundrrs of elotj'jen. c, or to f ecstacy the livlnpr lyree, may call with full conll- I denoe. MARRIAGE Married Persona, or Youag Moa contemplating I marriage, being aware of physical woakaeua, o> iraulc li-bil:tie*, dotormltioa, Ac, speedily cured. He who places hlinaelf under tbe care of Di. J I may religiously confldo on hlo honor aa a gcntletnw andoonfld*ntly rely upon hia skill as a physlclno ORGANIC WEAKNESS. m mediately curod and full vigor reatored. Thfa dreadful disease—which renders life miserable I f.od marriage irapoaaible—fe the ponalty pal.l hy tli< victim* ol improper Indulgences. Young person are too apt to committ excesae* from uot being aware I ot the dreadful conaeuiiencos that may onsue. Now I who that underatanda tho aubject will pretend to' I •c.-i) thut thu power ot procreation ia lost soot thoaj ailing mto improper nabfts than by ti'.. p.-u I dent I Beaidr* being deprived of the pleasures „l I ''.ealtuy offspring, the most seriou* and doatructi,. symptoms to both body and miud arise. The srsfcsu becom** deranged, the physical aud mental fun teakiiuvl, less of procrcative power, nervous Irrll , iillity, dyapi-ji:,!,,, palpitation of the heart, indiyes .'on, cunsiitutionul debility, a wasting cf the litsis ~oug)ts, consumption, Ac. - c, k *7?i h : \ tKata '"MMiia SIRIW L*ft hand aide going from Baltimore street '» tew doom from tho corner. Fall not to observe the a&ui. and number. >«uu* i L*ttor* mn»t ba paid and contain „ etatnn Th. I Doctor's Diplomas hang iv bis office. DR. JOHNSTON. Member of tho Royal College of Snrgeona, Lone!.aa graduate irom ono of the most eminont College* ,n •he United States, and the greater part of who*o IK baa hs,™ spent In the hospitals of London, Paris I'niladelphia and elsewhere, ha* effectod oome of th ' ,ao.stiistoniahinKcuroa tbat wore over known: man, irtmbled with ringing In the head and can whe» Mleen, great iiorvouauesa, being alarmed at ■ ouuda, bashfulness, with froenient blushing att»,idn s„tnetimea with a derangement of the mind awe I ' urod immediately. » , 255? PAI vTICHLAR NOTICB. Dr. J. addraasea all thoae who have injure,! the. selves Ly improper Indulgcncie* aad solitary ha!,'. ! .vhlcb rom both body and mind, unfitting th. , etlber buainesa, etudy, aociety or marriage. ' Th**o are some of the sad and melancholy eUecu produced by early habit* of youth, viz: Weuknea' . Hie Hack and I.lnibn, Pains in. lb* Head, Dimness oi ■sight, Loaa of Muscular Powor, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Deraiigeme- < ol the Digestive Function*, General Doimt ■ Syran. 1 tome of Consumption. *' j MENTALLY. The fearful effects on the mind are inuolt to :. I dreaded. Loan of Metnory, Confusion of Idoes D iire.eion of Spirit., Evil Forebodings. Aveision t :'icioty, He!t-distruKi, Lovo of Solitude, Timidity Ac r.rn aome ol thb irlla produced. Thousand* of persons 61 all e. s . , .... .~„ , mlk . •Yuatis thecauee ot their declining liealtb ii thilr vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervoua an ■ -uted, having a lingular appearance al ont tbo eye* i.mgti and ymptoma of conaami tloi _ _ YOUNG MEN -■no have injured thomselvM i;y a certain e.r ~ - ■ ndufged in when »!o-,e—a habit fronneutiv 1. . 'rom evil companions. ,r at school, the effects of whicl are nightly felt, even whin, aalaan. ajul ii not odors marriage impossible, and lieatrnyn both ■ ir,d body-should Ipply irnniediMel-.. What a pity that a young man,"tha hope ol ill country, the pride of bis parents, ahould bo matches) .-om all prospect* aud enjoymcuts of life by t! aeau*noo of deviating from the path of nature trad ndiilgiug in a certain secret habit. Such norwn, wUHt, before; contempldting *| MARRIAGE, effect that a sound mind and body aro the moat i »c. .eiary requisites topromoto connubial happiness in. I i-ed, without Uoae, the Journeythiouen life become* a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkons tc he view, the mlnil becomes shadowed wltadUl ,-. and flllud with the aelauclioly reflection tbat'the h.ipplneß» ot anpthei beooraoa blighted with onr owa DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the miignlded and imprudent votary c leaaure Duds he lias imbibed the seeds of this pain ui dfssase, it too oftee- bappeua that an ill-timed aeu»t. : shame or dread of discovery deter* lilm from ap; lying to those, who, from oduoation and roapjc-H --illly, o«,n atone befriend bin,, lie falls Into thi ■inda of ignorant uud designing preteuuora, who It.. -pable of curing, illcl. bin pecuniary sobatauee kVi im trifling month iiftc, month, or aa long a'a the .nalloal, fee can be obtained, and ivith dianalr ieavt Dl with ruined bclth to sigh over hfa giSiii ■ ,:., p-uutment; or, by the uae of that deadly poiaoo litou theconatilutioni.l symptoms of tlr ease, such aj Alteclion of £_~„,. ~. 8»lB, *to, progrMaing «ltl) fflghtlni :io«tb i-u-.s npcrleil to b!e drt«al;tiiiuH. r ug him to Hint ondiaiov-.n-ni tvjnntr. itM-et,.. ~-. IriveHi ml M7RBIMBNT OF THE I'kKSS thouwnd* '.'ured at thin iuslli ast eigliteen years, and the miuieior' I ratiooß pcrtormud by Dr. Jobn.ton, wit , reporters o, the "Sua" uud manyi' thai I cc of uliich appeared a_aiu ami aiai; tblic, beside.- hia staajdSg aa a gentie " '•" and . -.ualtiil<t'' Is a aufllc'«t~e tin- afflicted WSRABRB fcI'RSOILY OCREn. • MjHUrlonJav in direct- c_ 10HN M. JOHNSTON M i>., RaltieaoreLocs. 11. ■ REWARD VIA FCG A cures ull Liver, Kidney and aacs, Organic Weakness, Female Affile .l ©obilityand complaints of thel'li tn male aud female, ill also bo paid for any case of Blind tching PILBB that DeKinq's Fiie Rib' ire. MAOIC LINIMENT cures Rhtutnati. s. Bruises and Swelled Joint*, in mci I There. Send for pamphlet. JET— 14-i Franklin St., B-altiiu..r- Ud id Hair Dye ia the beat lv tho Worlu and perfect Dye; harmlesn, reliable ir, ao lisiippuiiitment; no ridiculous tints effncle of bud dyca ; invigorates an.. ir aotl and bouutilul, "tdack or browu ' Druggißts and Porfumers, aud properly Jtchelor's Wig Factory, No. 16, Bond — aJajTA NRW" 8008 I t value to Farmora, Mechanic* and of all trades and occupations ' l'tr ready. The IRB' A MEOIIANICS' MANUAL eel by GEO B. WARING, Ja. Sleuiont* of Aurfcuiture," "Dralnin, | it and for Health," and formerfy jnltursJ Engineer of Central PAeiis tisn over aoo lucatßAnoßi. Iricans "Times" says: "It is a bci.l 1h? In the haudsof every Farmer and I rleana "Plcuyune" aays: "So valnablr I be found fn the housi. of over, Farn ic; its elegant illuatratlon i v-til mab« irj,' Imre '* sri.i wniiioa can make more money ant" refaction la selling thie book than us I mgo clmiiar, elllng ull alwnt it. N s. 861 Broadway, N. V -We di-airo to obtain taO.UOO IN (IA STATE BOMIS, aud to any puny loan, we «ill give ibem ample men. rily for it* return within ono year, ticaldn* a hand somu interest for ita us* Toauv party who is active intelligent and ener getlc, who can control sufficient capital ($13,500) to purchase these bonds, we will K ive Oieiu ao inte rest ma bnsine-s In Virginia that will pay Ibem be tween »eI,OOU aud 94,000 a vii.r, leaidessecurity for the return of the: uuiouut invested. Address UllKttSO.l A POWELL, IF 14—tf 1101 Perm. Aveuut,, Wuhlngrn-a, D. 0. pIOTURM, PICTUHES, PICTURjfB. LOOKING-aLASSBS, LOOKING-GLASSES. FRAMES, FRAMES, FRAMES. ALL STYLES, ALL -fIZES AND DESCRIPTION I LARGB FAMILY BIBLES, BIBLES, BIBLES. I CLOCK,", CLOCK* ' CLOCKS. Will be sold by peyini-ii's of weekly iii-i.illnienn,, aseliiwp aa tbey c i, be bought in Ibe city tor catb. PRIMES of ull description and style made on pre miaca. Parlies in Want of auy of ibeubve will aave m ,o«y liy calling ut the store, or purchasing from WILLIAM DAFIRON, Ifo*. s aud 10 Kif I ii-mih St.,bet. Main ana Fnnklln R,chmoud. Va., and 191 Main St., Lyuebburg, Va! MACHIWHY, Ac. TRUTH BTRBIT, BRTvYMN MAIS AMD CART, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, ai| B mf^ M BN ?b!*i S of iln P r °™<l construction, for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build . MAOIIINKRY FOR It illro.d, Machloe, Car and Carpenter Shi.pa PI. U . rtf.fw' *r h ' "" n, i Door ' CabinetwareCbai'r Bed stead, Woodenware, Agricultural, Machine, Handle J-poko, stave, Carnair* Wood, Cotton and Woolen Mm. , '., e, .L Cotton oiD '' *"» rme "> Fonndries. Rolling v" I " olol 'ifs, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring RilUdlronT' M ""' *«•.*••. *c-J Ji Lace Bh . ft,Dg ' Pnll, J" M " 1 Hanger*. Beltiar, «tl;»1S. ther ' o ttW "' fllf ''> Wrenches, Twlat Drill* KnT?ixtn™ a 'p 8 T, Gnn ; In, '"> ■"•■■ ■■»• Wau,r P pc v Fixture* Packing, Journal Mela), Tick and Tool SKPo«M orb lr n r^ a,erWhc< ' l " *"• *° BOi;FMi.,„ H K i i ,fD ,. MAOU,N * RY """ STEAM IJOIIESSbon.ht, aoldand exchanged. A quantity ?tlil.r, , \TlM 0 >?e h '"' d '"i'"„"° W '°*' "> cn » ««"■"' Sr fc "" Ooarin *"'' Woo<l Worklngi Plana and Estimates of Mwhinery for Mills and Manufactories of all kind*. * de 1-tf .IMICKMX FOCADRY. >o. 8 Eishth Stbbet, bbtwben Maim abd Franklin, Richbonii, Va. WM. B. COOK ft, CO, With Improved facilities and wit), a determination to please In prices anrTalylo of work, we reapectfiilly "*k ri-om ihe people of Richmond, Virginia, aud th* >e.uth generally, a f.ir ahare of patrouW We manufacture _ ___ IRON FRONT!. verandahs Balco;le«, Iron R.ili.g,, Vault and Cellar Wl " d '"«"•"•'** Awning Franca, or.ianian Column* and Capital*, OniamonlaJ VT|,V cow Caps, Ornamental Brackets for Balconl**. Shetv- A' X ' .'J^ en "!"'"" f " r Brick HUd Wood Cornice >T. *.".* w*. t '' r Si I*'1 *' "Tdiant Key* and Rod. for' in* and Water, Trap* for Culvert* and Hy'ranta 'x>ai Shoots, and all kinds of IKON WORK for buiU-' iemm genr-rally. *_ Si S , o .w'"^?S ,c " ,re Aether with the above Elicit fh."Z, 0 * 811 and ">»"» "sPectfuHy solicit the piitronagr- of mernh.nts und fai ruera. All nolfll R 3r« ' and ° Hi ' ta fi!,6d wl """si'it:b. WHS, *»o. KtM. i4on Main St., and onuVi oad St., (near Second Market,) Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale issd Retail ~ OIAI.SRIN CtTTUIh, fihui_iu TACKLE AND 1 FIKB Oor stock la unnsualiy large this sea'.on.emhraclna Amedc'anbo""""'"'"'" 1 ""' '""" and GUNS „nd RIFLES made- to order aud reim-VedTo and fl*?t ahta "fi""*' A fi* n * for Rom'ngtonTcheap N. B.—iirelera 1.,■I ~■ mail -~v.■■miitlvflllad. an Yj AUVIM'H PATKMT ALUM AND DRY PLASTEB Warranted free from Dampness. Never Corrcd* th* Iron. Th* best Fire-Proof Safe Made. Marvin a 00., Heft Broadway, A. T. BTOBJsS A CO., Agt*., K * W V0rk _,.,..., Mttaioad 7t. ■OT ao-tf BA V E YOU R~iTo MK«T pa D Dnl'iJn n d°, W , u " d ° r » to <"* by a late decision of th* United States Conn, (hat the TWO Tllilltanti BOI.LAR HOMESTKAIi, provided t° r Tn our new ?Auß ,™ft iV"! M .' h6 FIVK "UNKRBB DCI * LARS specified by tin, Bankrupt Law are exenmt ""' " mOU who »ow"ake*Td! vanrag* ,i the benign provisions of the Ilnnknip Law. This givea the dfbtor TWENTY FIVKIiiS -RED DOLLARS, FXr.MPT ttYLAW, 5dV% fi-oTthi r hrT" ,X " '5 B| ",' krn p» c > r ue c " n thieved i.?, 1 .1 •"""""m' of antl-wnr debts, and tho debt, left by tbo casualties of the late w.-ir Persons wishing to lake the necessary steps (r aval themaelvea of these provision, ot the law 'c- _ bil..i.»i ■ < " >nl " «FB"»k and Tenth r>lr»en,ttlcHmond, Va. lv. LUAN DLt.lt, and al! letter* ofenruiri or n. I professional buaine.a of nD y kind, dire""cd e ilbci tL , t!lfi, ro « M,onßlbaßine ' s,will, 'edilig t ...nlyattende.l Cnft 7 *JBtaS.' nan,of tl ' o C ° UrU " tlt/SUtS « x „ -, a .. ALrnsD MOP.TO.V, «iri.m. 1V v §"* R cLnlo '"» City Circuit Court. Rkhinond, Va, April 13th, 1870 ' «*»-MAJ. RO. G. BANKS, of Goochland wlh r.pr»ent us In Gothland arii^JS- DYSPEPSIA AND RHEUMATISM, Exiiee THE STRONGEST PREPARA"ION OF' B II C II IT EVER OFFERED TO TnE PUBLIC. I. H. HERBERT A CO., Proprietors, 87 Park Row, New York Sold by all Druggists. no 29—Sm II M. SMITH A CO., ■11l »ASr»iOTURE!.6 or AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 1633 Maib Stbe-.it, RtCHBOHD, V*. SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES I The very best arrangement ever Imr,aimed tot raising water from wells or cisten s Of lb thousand already aohl, -~ t ono t _, eTOI f _ lled give perfect und enlie .atislaction. ff, uiter a wombs trial, the purchaser tbiLka he had rati >-r havo a pump, a aweep or old fashioned windlass we will take hack the WEIL FIXTURE and refund the money. It ia adapted to wells of any "tenth and * sold for TWENTY DOl.i ARS..II cemi,lute-.nil l "ad. lor use. ' DOTY'S CLOTUEB WASHER. Tho I'eculiarilles of this Maoh'ne: let It I* small; It eiocupu. but liitl* mo,e rem than a common b tub. ill. It l- easily worked; v feeble woman Et down anlwoik it; a liltli, giil cau atand erale the washer. 3d Ir s,cures all tho Well beuelit* of using suds boiliug hot. Tbe hand lot touch the water, either in wind, , ~ ng, with the Culv, rsal Cloth-a Wiiuger it ; hence it eleansea onliuury iir.en fu a few >ta, at a aingle , pa.-Ation. und tliewost nam Of coliura and wrisrl'Hiti.-, so effecliiaiiy ),„, ~ ) i_m any, and novor but little, rubbing'ia neceanry There ia no exaggeration !n this staleiment if tie machino Ib used aocordlua to direction*. Prices: Wringer, *t>; W other, jlo. Thus a com plete Was'ieraud W ringer, escb Ihe best cf ita claae ia obtained for $21. Every family in ihe land should bar* them. OATALOGUBS FOR 187 i. As th* limits of an advertisement will mt allow of deacriptions of tbe various Agricultural Imple ment! and Machii.ee we manufactiin' is* it.v te all farmers to send ua their poatofflce addreas sc tbat we may Bend them our now ilinatrnt.-il Calalc, t,» ot ninety pages, which ia full of iulortuatlou valuable to ever} fattier, and is published for graiuitoii,, olr culitlon H. M. SMITH A CO. m, a-oAwlf P....1. rtV.- H,,_ 8 Kv-1ie.,.-.. I. V*. OWEET ClDtlt, " ~~ J. McCarthy. Fifth aud.Matsliilltirt.el*.