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i h «v ■. • ...Smwe ewe ' _„ ij ; . Htrs.t. B'ciimeee. V ' SATURDAY iOYKuTMARCIL. i. 1871. THE CENTENNIAL- ANNIVERSARY j The position belonging of tight to Vir- . ginia in the programme for celebrating the ' one hundredth anniversary of July 4th, 1776, will bo cheerfully, aye, enthusias- , tically accorded to her, by her twelve sister States of the original Confederacy ; and she should give early notice of her iutention lo unite iv the family _»t_er lug—for g_eh intention needs bnt procla mation to o*ll forth from her citizens spontaneous provision fur the necessary otiltit. And if she cannot display the gorgeous fabrics of the Eastern Slates or tho golden ornaments of Western (Pacific) States, she can, like the Mother of Graochi, when asked to exhibit her boasted jewels, point to hor stalwart offspring, flourishing between the Alleghanies and the Missis sippi, aud proudly exclaim, " These are my jewels!" Most fit is it that Virginia should be foremost; for the jewels sbo can display are not merely gems to deck tho diadem of au Emperor, but they are empires them selves ; not like the Koh-i-Noor, blazing in useless brilliancy to dazzle the eyes and make envious the hearts of beholders—but pearls of river and rivulet—emeralds of for ost and herbage—sapphires of golden har vests—and more, the home of fair women and brave men, who look lovingly upon the glorious heritage they enjoy with the feeling of the poet depicting the beauties of the jewel of his heart: " Its hills are green, Ua meadows fertile, And to crown the whole, in onedeli(r;htful word, It is our home." But Virginia has another and weighty claim to promineuce iv the coming Centen nial Jubilee. If she is the Mother of States, she also gave for the admiration of all future time, tho bright exemplar of all that is grand, noble, admirable, the "Fa ther of his Country"—"Washington—first in war, first iv peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen"—the Cincinnatus of tho West. If disembodied spirits take cogni zance of sublunary things, bow will tho shade of Washington scam the proceed ings on the Fourth of July, 1876 ; how will ho glory in tbo magnificent achieve ments of tbe nation ho consolidated ; how will he sorrowfully tremble for the future, If the fell spirit of sectionalism still lifts its hydra-head, and is not indignantly frowned down by all who love country, who love progress, who love Liberty—and, loving all these, love Peace at home, while prepared to resist attacks from abroad, in the spirit suggested by the lines "The Romans, in Rome's quarrels, spared neither land nor gold, Nor son, nor wife, nor limb, nor life, in the brave days of old; Then none were for a party, then all were for the State, Then the great man helped the poor, and the poor man loved the great." Let the Centennial Jubilee or Anni versary be celebrated by us, anil all, as a farowell to the sorrows aud b Uerncss of the past decade, aud a welcome into the new century of our country's age, which will, before it passes into history, record the United States as the grandest, "in tho parliament of mau, federation of the world"—or, what sectionalism would make her, a wreck of the ship of State, freight ed with the hopes and aspirations of every lover of humanity throughout the world. General Hancock was a good soldier. His war record is a good one all through. No officer of his rank in the army who held, as he did, only subordinate com mands, discharged his duties more efficient ly and with more etiai. Unfortunately, Biuce the war he has become afflicted with • a mania for the Presidency. He is trou bled with an itching for notoriety. He wishes to keep his name before the people, because he thinks that will improve bis pre sidential chances. Some time ago he had a edntroven-y with General Sherman about assignments to command. He did not thitik the places given him were as good as he was entitled to, and he thought that his assignments were made with a view to Bpite him. At his request the correspondence is now published. Gen eral Hancock is mistaken if he thinks it will advance a sympathy for him that will do him any good. Recalling the fact that ho was a Union soldier will do him more harm with the unterrified of the rural districts than any sympathy ho can excite by showing General Sherman's ex ceeding blindness to his merits will do him good. No Union soldier will do for a Democratic candidate. If such a one was by any possibility to bo taken, it would bo one of the Frank Blair class, and not one after tho order of Hancock. Frank P.l.iir » is a bold man and a noisy man, and versed In the arts of the demagogue, which he is at times inclined to use. Hancock is only a gentlemanly soldier, affected wilh the thirst for office, which will not bo gratifiee 1 . The Montgomery (Ala.) State Journal argues that the result of the late election in that State is not an indication of the end of the mission of the Republican party in Ala bama. During the two years of Republican rule the State prospered ; its railroads wero extended in every direclion, and internal improvements of all kinds were effected on almost every hand. Tbe Republicans are now organizing all over the State. A cen tral Republican club has been formed at Montgomery, under the presidency of Judge Scot Told, of Selma, and auxiliary, clubs are organized in almost every county. What has been the good fortune of Ala bama under Republican rule will be true of every other Southern S'.ulo. What the South just now needs is thu administration of her public affaire by the party of com mon schools and of free discussion. . . » -* The cottage of Anne Hathaway, whore Shakspeare wooed and won her, is offered for sale. The Shakspeare Club, whose members own the poet's house at Strnl ford, talk of basing the cottage also, which Is not moro than two milts distant. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. r" TO 910 PBH DAY. D MUM, wtiMK.'., BOYS an I HIBI 8 " ■ in i.tir new business niake from $5 1 » . I In their :\,a h .Ut. ill p«- "H* *- n d ruottons sent free by ntl1« Thoft in nrol of .lanent, x>r tHrtt.!" work, ibould n Mr.- I nt o*ce, Ql ii.ii"-: .TINS >N * CO.. Portland, Maine-. TEH NEW YOJRK DAY-BOOK—TUB CHAM I PION OF WHITE SUPREMACY. AGAINBT THE WORLD.—A FIRST CLASS BIGHT PAOI DEMOCRATIC WBBKLT,«aUbliih«d In ltM. $_per 1 year • $1 for six raontns. Fubfcribe f *r it. For s;-cci men copies, address "DAY-BOOtf. Xv v York City." | \Tt. 8. fl. 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To others a j charge of 15 cents per copy will bo made, which is I not the value of the Colored Pint; s. Wo unsure our I friends that the inducements we offer to purchasers I of Beeds, as to quality and extent ot Stock, Discounts I aud Premiums, are un-usurpassed. Please send orders j for Catalogues without delay. OUR COLORED CHROMO FOR IS7I | Will bd ready to send out in January. The Chromo will represent Forty-two Variaties of showy and popular Flowers, of natural «i/e Mid color. We de- I sign to make it the best Plate of Flowers ever iwsued. I Siz-s 19x24 inches. The retail value would be at I least Two Dollars; wo shall, however, furnish it to I custemors at 75 cent* per copy, and offer it as a Pre mium upon orders for Heeds. See Catalouge when out. BRIGGS A BROTHER, Rochester, N. Y. 1 QOft ÜBBTIIR "Vi-.GKTABLE 1 Q7n PULMONARY BALSAM," -"-O'^- I The old standard remody for Coughs, Colds, Con* I sumption. "Nothing better." 00 DUDB BROS. & CO., Boston. fljTq WATC : |fl WATCH THE GREAT EUROPEAN J Eureka |Alumlniim Gold WalrJi Co. Have appointed L. Y. DEFOREST k CO., J_w*M.a_ a 40 Awn 4*4 _I_.oadwa_, New York, 80LE AUKN'IS FOR THE U. 8. I Ajd have authorized th--m to sell thoir great EU REKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATCHES for THREE DOLLARS, nml lo warrant each and every ono to I keep Correct timo for one year. This Watch we I guaranteei-o be the best arid cheapest time-keeper that is now in use fn any part ot the globe. The j works aro iv double cases, Ladies' and Gent's: lite, I and arc beautifully chased. The cases are made of I the metal now so widely known in Europe as Alumi num Gold. It has the exact color of Hold, which it always retains; it will stand the test of the strong est acids; no one can tell it from Gold only by I weight, the Aluminum Gold being I-10 lighter. the | works aro made by machinery, same as the woll* I known American Watch. 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I I \J The Married Ladle* Pr : va*o Companir.n contains I the desired iu r ormaiion. Beat free for two stamps. t Address Mrs. H.METZGER, Hauover.Pa. A VOID QUACKS.—-A victim of early indiscretion, causing nervous debility, p>eiuaturo decay, Ac, having tried iv vaiu every »avortiatd remedy, has a • simple iii":iii ■- of stlf-cure, which be will send fm to , his iellow-sutf.*rers. Address J. H. TUTTLE,7B Nas sau street, Ne-v York. »« 10 ■ -*|IHB GREAT FIRE IN RICHMOND. s A P X S ' IN THE firOTSWOOD. $23,500 IN CURRENCY, i aud the Books, Papers, Silver and Valuables of tlio Spotswood Hotel and the Adams' und Southern Expr-ss Companies at c M SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFJSS. ' - Office of Adams ft sprees Comimny, ) I | No. 50 Buoaiiwat, ;» New York, Dec. 21, INTO, j Uutftl. HERRING, FARREL BtTIRUAH: Our Agont ) at Richmond writes: 'Wo got tnrongh to-mght I drying ami fixing up the BAOnO.v from tiie lato fire. 3 The 0. a teats of tbe safe- $J3 fiSO in bills, we recov • I end. It was a Herring S'a'e, acd a jioodone,c.-rtiuu. Youih truly, j "I.C. BABCOCK,Treasuror." Meshes. Uer-ino, I'auhcl A Fhehman, New Youk 1 vents : The two Safes of yeur manufacture, t I which wo bad IB use on the morning Of the _oth iust, at the disastrous fire which destroyed the ? Bpotwwood Hotel and adjoining block of buildings, I h:*ve given full lat-tCeetlon, »nd vevTed to prevent 1 the destruction of some $30,C00 in currency, besidos . the valuable papers cud booKfl enclo Bu tb( rein. It - I naa imp for workmen to ezofvito the Bale j until nearly ftO h.'tUM alter tb<> fire f I .' X Giuso!*, Aw-t Hup't tor Adams k Southern Bx.Gfi. Richmond, Va., Dec KB, lh7o. 1 j L*TT»K FROM .1. M. i_L'ULLTT A CO., Proprietors o the tSpotstcoodj ; RiciiJttu.M), V* , lit-c, l ,y, 1870. MKBBRB. 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I cnsent allow ed In havo won fur it'elf a r. pntai:. n nnsurp—sod In the history uf medical preparations. Its instec - effect lv Hie eradication and extinction ol Pain iv ell Its various forms incident te tho human family, and tbe nnsnllrlted written and verbal testi mony of Ibo masses In its favor, have lorm, end ere its own best advertisements". The tngrelicnts of Hie PAIS' KILLER, being purely VEGETABLE, render It c perfectly ssfe end efficecious remedy Liken internally, as wril as for _ when used according ti direc tions. The slain upon linen from in use is r-nlly removed by washing with alcohol. Thin Medicine, justly celebrated for tbe cure of so ninny of the afflictions Incident to the hrrmnn fa-ni ly,'has now been before the public over THIRTY YEARS, and has form* IN wly into almost every come* Of the world | and wherever It has bron seed, the same opinion is expressed of its medical proper- In any attack, where prompt action upon the sys tem Is required, the Pain Killer Ih Invaluable. Its almost instantaneous ell'eot in Relieving Pain is trely wonderful; ami v,l:e:i rs. d incor.'.iiig to directions, Is true tolls name,a PAIN KILLER. See printed directions, which accompany oacb bottle. Price 95 cte., »0 cte. end tl.oo pertottle. Sold by all Druggists. mh I—dAwlni .. . j\IVOKOKB Absolute Divorces legally obtained In New York, Indiana, Illinois, aud other States, for persons from any Stato or country, local everywhere ; do-e:t : en. drunkenness, uon-rsupport, etc., sufficient cause; no publicity. No charge until divorce is obtained.] (Ad vice free. Address, MOORE k RICHARDSON, Counsellors at Law, de 30—ly ISO Broadway, New York City. UAN-LHUF- NOTICES, TN the District Court of the United States lor th -*■ District of Virginia. In tho matter of Johu Rogers, bankrupt—ir bankruptcy. To wlein it May Concern :—The undersigned, Wi T Atkins, of Boyaton, Mecklenburg co, Yn, hereb gives notico of his appointment as assignee of th estate of John Rogers, of Mncklenburg couuty, Va, wbo wee on the 2tth of September, IS7O, adjudge c bankrupt npiiuhisowu petition by tho Mstrie courtof said district. Dated at BojdtOU, tho Ist day of February, 1671. f ______ WM T ATKIN-i, Assignee. 3052. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED X STATES, for the District of Virgin—. In tho matter ot R. K. Chandler, bankrupt—in Bankruptcy. District of Virginia, es: Notice Is hereliy given that a last general meet ing of the creditors of the said R. K. Chandler bankrupt, for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will he hold at Richmond, at tho ollice ot W. W. Forbes, Rejii ster in bankruptcy, iv laid district, on Thursday, the 23d day of February, W7l o'clock A. M., In accordance with tin* provisions •'! th- -7th and 3&fh sections ot the Bankruptcy Act ot March 2nd, 18G7. Dated ut Rutherglen, the 2d day of February, IS7 i.. 2_i It. A. KICKS, Assignee. :.:)ill IS tbe District Court of the United States for th 1 District of Virginia. In the matter of Jack McGhee, bankrupt—i To whom'it M*y Concern- —The undersigned, L. j). Haymond, of liodfnrd co'ty, Va., hereby gives notic of his app.iiiilniciit as assignee of tho ettsjte o Ja*k McOht-e, of Bedford county, Virginia, I said district, who has heretofore been adjudged bankrupt on his own petition hy tbe District cour i.fsiid district. jell—83»• L. D. HAYMOND, Assignee. 4131 "IN the District Conrt of the Unitcii States for tl X District of Virginia. In the mattor of John Mosby, bankrupt—i bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—The undersigoe Everett W. Early, o. Charlottesville, Albcmnrlecou ty. Va, hereby gives notice of his appointment i s assignee of the estate of John Mosby, of Mechuni River, Albemarle county, Virginia, in s„d distric , who was, on the 12th day of January, 1871, at judged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis trict court of said district. Dated at Charlottesville, Va., Feb. 7,1971. KVF.RETT W. EARLY. fe IS—M3w Assignee. TN the District Court of the Juited States for the -*■ District of Virginia. In the matter of Williamson Burnett, lanknip — To whom it May Concern :—Tho undersl h. D. Haymond, of Bedford county, Va., h. rt by gives notice of h's appointment as asßigneo o! # the estate or Williamson Burnett, of Bedford county, Virginia, in said district, who baa horeloforo been adjudged a bankrupt on his own potition by the District court of said district. ja U—S3w L. D. HAYMOND, Assignee IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED L STATES for tho District of Virginia. In the matter of .Ins. A. Peck, Bankrupt—in To Whom'lt May Concern:—Tho undersigned, W. Strother, ot titles couoty, Va., hereby gh nidi.-., of his appointment as assignee of the estato o Jos. A. Peck, of Oiks county, in eiiid tinitriut, w has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt ou his ov, petition by the District Court of said district. Da»d December flth, IS7O. de 10 S3w P. W. KTI'.OTIIEtt, Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITE J_ STATES, lor the District of Virginia. In the matter of John S. Sandy, Bankrupt— Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:— Tbe undersigne W. W. Walker, nf Westmoreland couoty, Va., here-1 gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the o tatoof .1. S. Sandy, nf Richmond ci.'y, in said di-.tiii who was, ou the Hith flay of Sep'ber, 1870, adjudgei a bankrupt on hiti own petition by the District Con or said district. 1 -id Hennery 13,1871. ja 14-eT.w W. W. WALKER. Assignee. 82—Involuntary. TN THE DISTRICT COURT oP THE CNItl X Status, for the District of Virginia. Iv the matter of Jan. F. Shilling vs. Denis X Pi -us in, bankrupt—ie bankruptcy. To WhnniitMay Concern:—The —iderslgne John M. Hall, of Henrico co , Va., hereby gives nnti nf his appointment afl assignee nf the estaleof Del K. Fergusnn, of Roanoke co'tv, in cuid district, wl was, on tho 16th day of April, 1870, adjudged bankrupt hy the District Court of said district. Dared Hiellinolel, .!aco:"-y- 111, IR7I Jnie-TliDw JOHN M. HALL, Assignee. KM TN TUB DISTRICT COURT OK THE UNITE _ STATES fur tbe District of Virginia, lv tlio matter ol Daniel llufLßnmsv. iel;--baulVti in bankruptcy. District of Virginia, ss: Notice is hereliy given that a last general meetii ot the creditor* nf the mid Daniel Hull" bankru|i will be held at. lticlinionilatthn —Bee of Vr'.W 1... I licg-ster in bankruptcy, ill .-aid. district, tin M-> day, tho 6th d.>y oi Feb y, IB,'l, at iv o'clo.k A h in accordance Willi the provisions of the I,7th en 36th section! of the bankruptcy act oi March Sn lated at Lavvrciieoville, thnlClhday of .lan'y, 187 31—2t E R XURNBULL, Assignee. TUB DISTRICT COURTOF THE I'NITBD TATES, [or the District nt Virginia. in the matter of John 11 Chat uleJ, bankrupt—in trict of Virginia, ss. ...itice is hereby given thai a g-ner.:! iuceting ol ibe creditors of the Bald J V Obendler, bankrupt, will l.i. held at BHchmond' at tho office, of W. W. rotbee. Esq, one of thu Registers in Bankruptcy, in said district,on Thursday, the 23d day uf February, 1871, et 10 o'elk A M., for the pnrpoaee named in tin* 2" ih section ol tbe bankruptcy net of -Vurch 2d, 1867. lat lluthergleu, llio '.:•! .lay ni February, 1871. fo2—2t It. A. HICKS, Assignee. TN the District Court uf the United States for Die M. District of Virgiuia. In the mutter of Giles N. Thompsom, bankrupt—lv baukruplry. To Whom it May Concern: - The undersl .1. P. Ba-ksiU!,., ut Patrick co., Virginia, hereby givts ..linen: es ... i:.r.f.- ut the estate if Oiles N Tlu.mtsuii, or Franklin oounty, Virginia, in sold district, who 1. i heretofore been idled bankrupt ou his owu pctitiou by the District court BAMI-ItUPT «<(T1(K8. IMIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on the 2Sth day of .Miliary, 18.1. a v.ar. ; runt in Bankruptcy was Issnod against tl.t' eejtfcte "I Thomas 11. Pollock, of Henrico connty, anil Btate ot Virginia, who has l.een adjudged a Bankrupt on his oivn potition:—That the paynicut of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his nsc, and the trans ii i. i any property hj- him are forhidihu l.y law:— I That a meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt, to J prove thoir debts, and choose one or moro assignee*, of hii estate, will be held at a Court of Bankrupt, y i to ho holden at Richmond, Va., before W-. W. F0ri.,... _k|., llofiister, on the 20th day of February, I*7l, I DAVID B. PARKER. '|-niSl3 TO GTVE NOTICE: i That on the 28th day of January, 18T1, a warrant In bankruptcy was Issued against the es t ii.- of Wm. B. Se'den, Jr., of Henrico county, and j : Virginia, who lias been adjudgod a bankrupt on his own petition:—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or fur his use, and the trans* I fur of any property hi him are forbidden bylaw:— j That a mealing of the creditors of said bnnkrupt, to prove their debts, anil choose ono or more assignees I of h!s estato, will bo hold at a Court of Bankruptcy, ti be holden ut lliilmiond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Ben... Register, aa tin- 21th day of February, 1871, DAVID B. PARKER, Ja 31—TrrUw U. 8. Marshal. r| -i 1113 IS TO 01VI NOTICE I That on the 25th day of January, A. 1). 1871, a warrant lv bankruptcy was issued against the estate of L> vi Stern, of Caroline county, and State Of Vir- I ginla, who ban been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition ;—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery ot any property belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of auy property by him, are forbidden by law:—That a i.i-ilriKof Ihe creditors of said bankrupt, to prove i . I debts, and choose one or more assignees of his i i rta, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo I, .l.lcii at Richmond, Virginia, before Vv\ W. Forbes, Esqnlre, Register, ou the 20lb day of February, A. Ih, IStl, at 10 o'clock A.M. ' U. B. PARSER, ri tins IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on the 28th day of January, 1871, a "arrant in bankruptcy was issued against the es tate ol B. Oilman, of Henrico county, State of Va.,who has been adjudged a ba.ikrupton bisownpe tition:—That the payment of any debts, and thedeli- Tery of any proporty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his nso, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law :—That a meeting of the croditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose ono or more assignees of his estato, will be held ot a Court of Bankruptcy, to lio holdon at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th day of Fobruarv, ls7l,at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, ja 31—Tu2w U. 8. Marshal. I That on the 28th day of January, 18T1, a «ai rant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate ol A. 1. Lowe, of Henrico counry, and Stato ol \ ii., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition: That the payment ol any debts, und the deli very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by laws—That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove his debts, an.l Ann ono or moro assignees of his estate, will I* held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden nt Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Resis tor, on the 20th day of February, 1371, at 10 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, ia .11—Tu2w U. 8. Marshal. 101—Involuntary . rpHIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE : J. That a warrant in bankruptcy has been issued by the said Court against the estate of 1.. Harvey 4 Co., of Henrico connty, and Stato of Virginia, in said dis trict, who have been duly adjudged bankrupts upon ivtition of their creditors, ami the payuiout of any .. ■ ■ . and the delivery of any properly bolonging to said bankrupts, to them or to their use, and the trans fer of any property by them, Is forbidden by law. A meeting ol the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of their estate, will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at Richmond, before W. W. Forbes, Esquire, Register, on the 20th day of February, A. D., 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. ja 31—Tn'iw U- S. Marshal. 107—Involuntary. [T. M. Logan ot alB vs. J. 11. Woodcock.] THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: j _L That a warant iv Bankruptcy has issued against tlio estate ot 1. 11. Woodcock, of Henrico county, State or Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on the potition of his crditors :—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belong ing to said Bankrupt, to him or for his uso, aud the transfer of any proporty by him are forbid den by law :—That a meeting of the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove thoir debts, and chooso one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to he holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 2Uthday of February, 187J, at 10 o'clock A. M. fe 2—Th-w O. 8- Marshal. 105— Involuntary. [James Parka et als va. E. Boylo.] rpHIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:—That a warrant J. in bankruptcy has been Issued against the estato of E. Boyle, of Honrlco co., nnd Btate of Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his croditors petition:-That the paymont of auy debts, and tlie deli very of auy property belonging to said baukrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him ore forbidden by law : —That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose ono or more assignees of his estate, will lie held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th dt-.y of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, o 2—Th2w U- S. Marshal. 100—In-"' 1 "' '<ry. [Jno. 13. Cooptr vs. r. Jones, Jr.], 'PHIS IB TO GIVE NOTICE: J_ Tbat a warrant in bankruptcy I has beon issued against the estate of S. Jones, Jr., of lii'inico county, and Siate of Virginia, in said dis trict, who has been duty adjudged a bankrupt upon petition of his creditors:—That the payment of any 1 del.t->, an-1 the delivery of any property belonging to said liankrupt, to him or for his use,and the transfer of auy property by him, ate forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, aud choose one or moro assignees of his esu'.te will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy to he I holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., on the 30th day ol February, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A. DAVID B. PARKER, fe 2—Th2w O. 8. Marshal. 109—Involuntary. [Chas. T. Sherry vs. F. M. Sherry.] ff tHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: i That a warrant in bankruptcy has issued against the estate of F. K. Bherry, of Henrico coliu- I ty, aud State of Virginia, who hue been adjudged a I baukrupt on the potition of his creditors: —Tbat the I paymeui: of any debts, and the delivery of any pro perty belonging to said baukrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of auy property hy him, are t..i lii'Meu by law :—That a meeting of the creditors ol '.aid bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose I one or more asaiguees of his estate, will be held at a l oort nt ItauUruptey, to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq, Register, on the 20lh day nary, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. TAUKER, fe2—Th2w U. S. Marshal. PUIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:— That on the 7th day or January, 1871, a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es tate of R. 11. Averotr, of Mecklenburg county, aud Btate of Virginia, who has been adjudged H bankrupt upon hia own petition:—That the I payuieat of any debts, und the delivery of I roperty belonging to said bankrupt, te him I til for hia rise, aud the transfer of any property by him aro forbidden bylaw: That a meeting of the creditors of the said baukrupt, to prove their debts. ..I .1 ilnioae one or more assignees of his estate, wiii ho bold at a court of bankruptcy, to bo holdon at Richmond, Va., before W. W". Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20ih day of Fobruary. 1871, et ill o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: J. That ou thaSStb day of January. U-71, a war rant in bankruptcy was Issued against the estate ol l Gibson ol Culpeper connty, and State ol Virginia,*hehas >een uiijmlged m bankrupt ou her o» n petition :— Thatthe payment of any debts. aM ii. deliver] of any belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for hii use. and the transfer of auy property hy him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of Baid rankrupt, to piovo their debts, and chouse one or moio assignees of his estute, will bo hold at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holder, ut Richmond, Va., before W. W. Frrhss, Esq , l:.-L-i-iinr, on the 20.h de.v of February, IS7I, at 10 k A M DAVID B. PARKER, Ja 31-'_i;2w V- S. Marslial. CUD HP HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : _ That on the 28th day of January 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued a-aiust the estate of Othe Sutton, of l uekinghniu county, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a Dank' rupt ou his owu petition :—That the poj incut ot any debts, aud the delivery of any j.-operty be- to said bankrupt, to him or for hia use snd the transfec of any property by him, are forbidden l,y Kw :—That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or ~ as of his estato, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to beholden at Richmond, Va., be fore VV. W. Forbes, Fsq., Register, on the 20th day of February, Ml, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, *ja3l—Tu2w U. 8. Marshal. lji EE THE REVOLVING CHRYBTAL PRYSMATIO O MORTAR, at WAGNER A CD's Drugstore I Illuminated nightly. Ja U—la • ■ Ul IT NOTICES vr Korn. b :7th day ot Jnrmary, IS7I, n •t the estate I of CI trke county, and ttato lots fam adjudged a bankrupt on - Tiiat the payment of anj i -i v] property t.; longing toxoid I or be bli r-". M i Iks transferal _iim are forl.id.l4Mi liy law J —'Hint a DirotiTiKof The'creditors ot said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees ot Ihh wtate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy to b* holden at the Register's office In Alexandria, \ a., bo foro Lysandor Ilill, Esq., Register, ou Ibo 251h day of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. 'pHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on tbe 27th 1. day of January 1871, a warrant in bankrupt- I a was issued against Ihe estate of Willlrtm I D. Bartlett, of Frederick county, and Bt*l Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt! • n his own petition:—That the payment of any debts, I and the delivery of any property belonging V bankrupt, to him or lor bis OM. and the transfer ol any'pToperty by him are forbidden by law :— Thuta meeting of the creditors of Baid bankrupt, to pi their debts, and choose one or more i»t.„ignu«aol | his estate, will bfl held at a Court of Bankruptcy, lo be holden at tho Register's ofllce In Alexandria, Virginia, before Lysander Hill. Esq., Register, ou j lli.> mUk day of Februray, 1871, at W o'clock A. M. I DAVID D. PARKER, fo6-M2w U. B. Marshal. miS 18 TO OIVE NOTICE: That on the liSth day of January, 1871, a war nt In bankruptcy was issued against the estate of] olin Carpenter, or Prince Edward county, and .siat.o Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on s own petition :—-That tho payment of any d id the delivery of any properly belonging to said aukrnpt, to him or for his Hie, and the transfer of | ny property by him, aro forbidden by law:—That a eetlng of the creditors ot said bankrupt, to prove Kr debts, aud choose one of more asslgtieds <■' te, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to to loldeu at Richmond, Va., before \V. W. fforboft, R egieter, on the 20th day of February, 1371, at 10 'clock A. M, DAVID B. PARKER, JaSl— Tn'-w U. 8. Marshal. ri 'BIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE : That ou the 7lh day JL of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of R P.Wright, of Amelia county, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on hli ow_ petition :—That t t« payment of any debt*, and the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to >r for his use, and tho transfer ox any pro •orty by him, are forbidden hby luw:— That a neeting of the creditors of add bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose me or more as—gßSM 1 his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, > be holden at Richmond, Va., belV.ro W. W. Forbes, sq., Register. on tho _Oth day of February, 1871, at 0 o'clock A.M. DAVID B. PARKER, j.ißl Tn2w U. B. Mar.h*l. 4148 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THIC UNITED 1 STATES for the District of Virginia Id tho matter of John T. lhi-d.ir.rt, banl.n,', _— v bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Wm. I. Allderdice, of Richmond city. Va, hereby gives totice of his appointment as assignee of the ostate of ohn _'. Haskius, of Essex county, In said da who was, on the 201 h day sf Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition hy the Matrtei Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 21,1871. Ka3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Arslgncc. 4120 E DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of George Franklin Hupp, Bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whmi it May Concern :—The undersigned, John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham coy, Va, here by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of U. F. Hupp, of Shenandoah co., iv said dis trict, who was, on the 24th day of No vex bar, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis trict Court of said district. ja3l—Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee. 4H70 BN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the mat.or of James W. Peck, Dank rupt—in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern . —Tho undersigned, John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham county, Virginia, hereby gives notice of hi. appointment as assiguoo of the estate of James VV. Peck, of Augusta Kunty, in said district, who was, on the 28th d tj af ptember, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition hy the District Court ofsuld district. j.iOl—Tn3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee. 4076 KN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Benjamin li. Vim Pelt, bankrupt —In bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :-—Tho John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham co., Va., hereby Rives notice of his appointment as assignee of the es ite oi B. 8. Van Pelt, of Rockingham county, iv said district, who was, on the _7th day of Sept., 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petition by the Dis trict Court of said district. j_3l-Tu3w JOIIM PAUL, Assignee. __________ _ 4140 Pr TnE DTSTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Fielding H. Jeter, bankrupt in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Wm. U. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, here by gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of Fielding 11. Jeter, of Bedford co'ty, in said district, who was, on the 16th day of Dec'ber, 1870, ad judged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis trict Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 21, 1-71. ja3l-Tu3w WM. B.ALL-)Elit)lC_\A_ugnee. 4145 TN THE DISTRICT CoURT OF THE UNITED X STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of William H. Divas, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT-MAY CONCERN— The undersigned, Win. if. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appoint ment as a__ignee of tho estate of Win. :_. I'n.n. < ! Bedford county, in said district, who was, on the J loth day of December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on j bis own petitio 1 by the District Court of said Dls- Datod Richmond, January 21, 1871. Ja3l-Tu3w WM 11. ALLDERDICE, Aissig^e. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Wilham P. Ballard, Baukrnpt— In Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—-Tho undersigned, Wm. H. Alldeidice, of Richmond city, Va, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee ol the estato ot Wm. P. Ballard, of Henrico county, in said district, who was, on the 7tii day of Di-c'ber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871. ja tt-Twr WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee. ■1133. KN the District Court of the United States lor the District of Virginia. In the matter of John M. Clark, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—-The undersigned. Jaoob Cobn, of Richmond city, Virginia, 'betel.y give notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of John M. Clark, of Fluvanna county, Virginia, in aaid tlifltrict. who was, on tbe Gib da> of Dew mi" r, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District court of said district. Dated Richmond, Jan. 21th, 3871. ja 24-law3w JACOU COHN, Ajfstj IN THR DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Dint:ict of Virginia. In the matter of Walter C. Calloway, bankrupt—lv 1 bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern :—■ Tho uudor«_guod,J. P' 1 Barkaditle, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby gives I notice or his appointment a* assignee of tbe estato I Bf Walter 0. Calloway, Franklin county, Virginia, in sid dißtrictjWho has i-eretoloiVbeon adjudgeda be.i.k rupt on his own i.)tilionby the District court of said "118—W3W J. f, BARKSDAT/fl, Asaiguee. I EN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK I STATKS, foi Mm District of Virginia. In the matter oi'Murdock Howott, Bankrupt— in bankruntoi. To Whom it Mny Concern :—Tiu- andenhmat, Jus. H. Culrow uud VTUltam W.oid, ot Norfolk, v"a-, here by give n..t.;.0 of thair appointment as aaalgiiatao theeetate ofnturdook Howell, of Norfolk county, in said district, who was, on the 17th day of De c-tuber, 1!*70, adjudgod a bankrupt onhia'owa pe tttion oy the District Com t oi Bald JAMES II.UAULOW, WILLIAM W.OLD, ja 13—Ww* A^siguaas. SAVINGS BANKS H REMOVAL. TO NifiW BANKING ROO-8, ISO, 10 North Tenth Street* Between Main and Rank Streets. NATIONAL FREEDMAN'B SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY CHARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, l&W. DSPO3ITS received and PAYMENTS .made dally (excepting holidays) from 6 A. M. to 4 P. M., and ou Paturday Evenings from 9 to 6 o'clock. I INT_ni--8T declared lv March, July and November on all sums of VIVE (6) DoLLAUH and upwards. DIPO6TT9 waafradof FIVE CENTS and upwards. ORACLES SPENCER, I ah Jt* Acting Cashier. IK'B BAT] _L or VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN TUB COUNTIES OF ROANOKE, FLOYD AND MONTGOMERY, AT AUCTION. 'i«t to an order of the District Court of the I nited States for the district of Virginia, mud's in rol Warfield Price, bankrupt, we shall, as I s of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at Ihe looss door of Roanoke county, Virginia, in ie town of Salem, on WEDNESDAY, THE Bth DAY OF MARCH, 1871, at public auction, to tho highest bidder, J li.iiTi.EN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, ring Iv the counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont* emery, belonging to the estate ot paid bankrupt I ras-Srl which ih quite valuable, Bad land will be •Id free of all lions and encumbrances. TERMB—One-third of purchase money will bo re niri'd to bo j;ai 1 hi cash; restitaa in two equal in- Lalmentr of six and twelve mouths, the purchaser King bond, with good p rsoual security, for the c payments, unil I l.e title retoiuod until tbe ■ money ts f'uii> paid. McKTNSRY A BROWN, Assignees -2awow of Wai field Price, Basfcrfepfc POSTPONEMENT.—Tha above ealo is pe«tpc.ned I the 17 th APRIf,, 1871. _ ft I LUAULE REAL BStATE FOR BALE, m FRANKLIN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. ■suant to mi ordefc ol the Wstrlet Court cf the • 1 States lor the District of Virginia, made on he i'itb day of .lauiury, 1871, in the matter of John I. Woods, bankrupt, I shall, as assignee of s*id bonk upt, proceed to sell, at FRANKLIN COURT-TTOUSE, VIRGINIA, ,t public uuctioa, to the highest bidder, en THIS Bth DAY OF MARCH, 1871, apt's life interest in THREE lIUN JRKD AND THIRTY-SIX (ISM) ACRES OF LAND, ] log in Ike paid county of Franklin, en Pig River. laid laud will be said free of all liens and encnm- I )i'Hii_en. TERMS OF PALE— Cue-third of tho purchase noney will bo rcquhed to bo paid in canh ; the bal mce in two equal installments of six and nine noi.lh" from tho day of mile, tho purchaser giving >oml* with approved security for tho deferred pay- X, and the tttlo retained notil tho whole of the me money paid. JOHN P. BARKSDALE. I—2ow2w Assignee of John 8. Wood. ABSIGNH-'S 8 A . Pursuant to nn order of B. B. Foster, Esq , register I n bankruptcy (or the second District of Virginia, I ,i el-- in the matter of J. 0 COPER, bankrupt, bear ing date 11th Febraary, 1871, the undersigned, as i said bankrupt, will sell at public auction, at the auction-house of teigh Bros, k Phelps, in the :.ity of Norfolk, <m SATURDAY, THE l*_n DAY OF MARCH NEXT nt 11 o'clock A. M.all tbe UNCOLLECTED CLAIMS AND EVIDENCE OF DEBT, In his bands as such a-^signco. GEORGE T. CLARKE, fo 21—_aw3w Assignee. '"•■ *— PUOPOSAbS. i-liII.SAPF.AKE AND OHIO RAILKOAI —NO- \J TICS TO CONTRACTORS.—SeaIed proposals will l»e received by tho undersigned at Richmond, Va., uutU IS M. 28tu MARCH 1871, for the gradua tion and masonry en one hundred aud eight m:los of this road went of White Sulphur Springs, it being ail the remaining unfinished portion of ibe road not now under contract The work embraces 3,000,000 cubic yards in open cutting, 27,100 cubi- yards in tunnels, and 00,000 cubic yaTd§ of masonry, of all classes, and is to be completed MAY Ist, IST*. Pro- Mcl and ppecificationa can be bad afttr the 14th MARCH, at the offices of tho company, M Wil'iam street, New York ; at Richmond, Va., and at Hun tington, W. Va. Plans for and propolis tor build ing the iron superstructure of the New River Bridge, I at M.ller's Ferry, Fayette county, W. Va., will be received at the same time and place. There will be tv. a spans of '.it>o feet each, and two of 70 foet each. Parties submitting proposals should see the site of the bridge, whore further information may be had fnnn the engineer in charge. This bridre must bo completed by DECEMBER, 1871. fe 27—tMhiiO Chief Engineer C. k O.'r.'h. SF.WL'SO MACHINES, At FIRST PRBMIUM~ O r I |.IMPROVED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. tl2 GO clear profit per day. $76 00 per week. $300 per month made EASY by any LADY or GENTLE MAN introducing this GENUINE and ORIGINAL OLD FAVORITE. With its many now and practical additions, making tho most complete combination of viin ' Ho aud useful improvements ever effected in in any one machine. The embodiment of extreme simplicity, efficiency and utility, entirely different in mudel and design from any low priced machine. It iri the m«>ht serviceable, elegant uud reliable FAMILY ■ING MACHINE ever iv vented, give* perfect action wberever introduced. Has received PRE VIS. rtood tho test of 10 years, and la fully ap proved of by every family who have them in nee. 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It is quite a new machine with my late improvements, and sows with astor.irh ise, rapidity and neatness.—"Republican," N.Y. c machine, as sampler*, selected with carts for LLY USE. with everything COMPLETE, sent to any part of tbe country per rxpresr, packed iv strong wooden box, FREE, on receipt of price, $5 00. ; ; t '.• delivery of goods guarKntecd. Forward ca*>h by X BTERED LETTERS, 6t P O. MONEY ORDER, at our risk, Agent* wanted, male or female, every where. New pamphlets containing extra, liberal in ducements sent Area. Address FAMILY SEWING MACHINE CO- Of flce Kn Na__u street, New York. oc7—w ly rpUB IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE, THE BEST FOR ALL RINDS OF WORK. Its Bales indicate it; Durability nnd Popularity prove it; Its Work confirms it. EIGHTY-SIX THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND EIGHT-ONE SOLD LAST YEAR. NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY. We neither force nor crowd Nktsfc The Machine mnttt stand urou iv merits. Call and examine it. Sewing Machines RHPA J RH>. 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All newspapers In Virginia copying this notice I ad us the paper to me will bejentitled to dou A HEMBOLD, lewles, owing to the peculiar and important re lotions which they sustain, their pc«ilfc-r**org*,nl7a tlon, and the offices they perform, are subject t« many sufferings. Freedom from these "con tri We In no .mall degree to their happiness aud welfare. Jot none can be happy wlro are ill. Not only bo, but no OB* these various female complaints can long be en.On;. d to run on witheut involving the general health ol lite individual, ere long sickness and premature decline, Nur _fet pleaHAn* | lo atßMft a physician for the relief of tli«**e rai ion* ■aaltcaleaffections, and only upon the nacaaaity will a true woman so far great est charms to do this. The box will then (bank v for placing in their bands simplo specifics which will be found efficacious In relieving and curing alaso-i every ono of these troublesome complaints peeii'' * | tO tl A M HUMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.—lliiudrads suffer «n lv silence, and hundreds of others apply vainly lo druggists nnd doctors, who either Btrel] tantalize them with the hope of a euro or app)> remedies which malio them worse. I would not wieb 1 to assort anything that would do injurjtico to the afflicted, bnt T aoi obliged to say that altheugh it may be produced from excessive exhaustion of the powers of lifo, by laborious employment, unwhole some air and food, profuse menstrual ion, the us? « '• Uacnd coffoc, and frequont childbirth, It is far ot I tenor cauaed by direct irritation, applied to the run j cuo membrane of the vagina itself. Wtu_ reviewing the causes of these distressing complaints, it is most painful to the at tendant evils consequent upon them. It is but sim ple Juatico to the subject to enumerate a few of the I many additional causes which so largoly affect r life, health, and happiness of woman in all classes of I society, and which, consequently, affect moro or le_s I directly, the welfare of tbe entire bm..an family.- Tbo mania that exists for precocious education and marriage, causes the yoars that nature designed for corporeal developeroont to ha wasted and perverted I In the restraints of dress, the early confinement ol I school, and especially In the unhealthy excitement of he bnll-rocui. Thus, with tbe body half-clothed, I arid tbe mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervert ing in midnight revel the hours designed hy nature for Bleep and rest, the work of destruction la hall accomplished. In consequence of this early strain upon her sys tem, unnecessary effort is required by the delicate votary to retain her situation iv school to a later day, thus aggravating the evil. When one excite mentis over, another In prospective keeps the mind morbidly sensitive to impression, while the now con* I slant restraint cf fashionable dress, absolutely for- I bidding the exercise Indispensable to the attainment I and retention of organic health and strength; the exposure tonight air; the sudden chaugo of tempo j ratare, the complete prostration produced by exce* I blvs dancing, mu_t, of noce-bity, produce their legiti mate effect. At last, an early marriage caps the cli max of misery, and the unfortunate one, hithert. m> utterly regardless of the plain dictates and remon strances of hor delicate nature, becomes an uuwilb ing kuhject of medical treatment. Thin is bnt a trothfol picture of the experience of theusands o onr young women. Long before tbe ability to exercise the functions of | the generative organs, they roqnire an education of j their piintiar nervous system, composed of what i^ 1 called tbe tijf.ue, which is, i common with tbe f*> male broast and lips, evidently under the control of mental emotions aud associations at an early period I of life ; and, as wo ehall subsequently see, these emo ticus, when excessive, lead, long before pnberity, to I habits which sap the very lifo of their victims Me nature has aelf-cc-mpletod their development. For Female vYcakness and Debility Whites or Lencorrheea, 3 co Profuse Mens'-—iit'on, Exhaustion, Too Long Continued Periods Prolapnus and Bear ing Down, or Prolapen Uteri, we offer the moat per fect specific known: _._,__bolp'o Coktounu Ex t?a.t or Bnonu. DLreottau for use, diet, aud advice, accompany, Foualca iv every period of life, from infancy to ex treme old age, will find it a remedy to aid natnre in the discharge of its functions. Strength is thu glory of manhood and womanhood. Hjxkbolb's Kxtuci Buoau is moro strengthening than any ol the pro parationa ef Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleasant. HiiLMDoLD'ti Extrac. Buchu, having re* j ceived the endorsement of the most prominent Phye- I .clans !u the United States, is now offered to afflicted I humanity as a certain cure for the following diseases and symptoms, from whatever cause originating General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Imbecility, Deterraluati.n of Blood to the Head, Coufused Ideas, Hysteria, Gonoral Irritability, Rest lassuess and Sleeplessness at night, Absence cf Moa calar Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Ema ciation, Low Spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis of the Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, and, In fact, all the ooncoaii touts of a Nervous and Debilitated state of the system. To Insure the genuine, cut thu out. Ask for lUlsibold's. Take no other, gold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price 91. 5*5 per bottle, or six bottles for $8.50* Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms in all cammunications. Address 11. T. EELMBOLD, Drug and Cbemic <'■ Warehouse, 504 Broadway, N. Y. ■VTONB ARB.GENUINIB UNLESS DONE UP IM steel engraved wrapper, with fao-slmile of Chemical WarebohM and signed M l-Us* 11. I. BJUJUO-D.