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March 11, 1871 SUNDAY RKAOIdO. the Baptist Union, at Cambridge, tho other day, Mr. Spurgeon said :"I recommend j every young minister to make preaching j his first business. Tho pulpit is the Ther moplym of Christendom. Your people may grumble that you don't go about and drink as many cups of tea at their houses as they would liko. If you give them good food on the Sabbath they will put up with a good deal. If the Sabbath joint is only a grim scrag of mutton, with plenty of divisions and nothing todivido—(laughtoi), you will soon discover that your people will not bo satisfied. In the next place, do not neglect visitation. It Is true that I cannot visit my 4,350 members. But my visitation is done by the elders. Next let mo say a word or two to the people. It is a remarkable fact that min isters of the Gospel aro not able to live on much less than other people. (Laughter.) They cannot make a shilling go as far as other people can make a sovereign. Some of them try very hard, but do not succeed. A member once said to a minister who wanted a little more salary as his family increased, "I did not know that yon preached for money." "No, I don't," said tho minister. "I thought you preached for souls." "So I do ; but I could not live on souls—(laughter)—and if I could it would tako a good many tho size of yours to make a meal." (Renewed laughter.) j Spiritual. Coldness in Churches.— When we examine tho surfaco indications about us, we aro astonished at the little interest that church members have in each other as such. Iv many cases those who I enter a Christian church aro left to strug gle into acquaintainship as best they may, left to battle with their embarrassments without a sympathetic look or ji cheering word. And if members aro tempted astray, no ono feels under obligations to call or to lead them back to the fold again. Not a fovv will stand ready to say, rather complacently than Christianly: " Just as I expected. I told you so. If there were no youthful and inoxpori enced disciples, no timid, trembling follow ers of Jesus—if religion were a something I to loungo in, or promenade through, in more luxury and show—if going to heavon were nothing more than a torchlight pro cession—then persons might choose their comrades and adopt their regalia and mot toes according to their tastes and times. — Rev. Alexander Clark. AH the while the truth is this : "They wore frozen," and as long as criticism, censure, judgment, exaction as a tax, de votion dunned out as toll, aro permitted to chill the church, just so long will young and tender communicants bo killed by tho frost. Tbero is too much spiritual Novem ber in our churches." It were well if those who always talk to the heart recollected that men have heads as well. Now, the Saviour was a preacher whose head was in his heart, and whose heart was in his head. He nover addressed tho emotions except by motives which commeuded themselves to the roason, nor did he instruct the mind without at the Bamo time influencing tho heart and con- It is an old saying that charity begins at home; but this is no reason that it should not go abroad ; a man should live with the world as a citizen of the world ;he may have a preference for the particular quarter, or square, or even alley, in which ho lives, but ho should have a gODeroos feeling for the welfare of the whole.— Oam- Christians, whose social relations aro all I ofthecliquo order, know not how seriously they fail of tho spirit of the Master, how much good within easy reach, they fail to I do in the world, and how many sources of good to themsolves aro at the very doors. Ho that is greatest among you let him bo I tho servant of all.— lnterior. How strong our churches would become if all were baptized with the spirit of this I resolve: "By divine grace I will act as I though there was no other one to act, I waiting no longer for others." Some men tnako a great flourish about always doing what they believe to be right, but always manage to believe that is right which is for their own interest. Learn to have not one life for God and another ior the world ; but let your life bo divinely devoted and divinely quicken ed. Let every footstep bo a walk with The oldest Methodist church in America is the "Old John Street," in New York, which has just celebrated its 104 th anni- 1 A Portion of South Carolina In Insur rection. | Columbia, S. 0., March 9.—A largo body of armed men from East Tennessee and North Carolina havo made their appear ance in York and Chester counties, and fighting has been going on for several | days. Major Whitehead of the 18th In- | fantry, stationed at Yorkvillo, arrived this morning, and reports that the most horri ble outrages have been perpetrated in those counties since Saturday night by both the j colored militia and the Ku-Klux organizi- On Monday, Capt. Williams, a mulatto, commanding a company ot militia, was ta ken and hanged near Carmel Hill, and a number of his men inhumanly whipped. Tho negroes retaliated, and since then fighting ha 3 been continuous. Maj >r Whitehead reports that the negro militia company commanded by Williams wore defeated on Monday night, and nod to his camp at Yorkvillo. He disarmed them, aud now reports to the Governor for orders. Gov. Scott will to-day proclaim mar tial law in York and Chester counties, and has telegraphed to President Grant and | General Terry, at Louisville, asking fur troopß. Feuding their arrival, tho Govern or will send a regiment of militia, uuder a competent officer, to restore order if possi ble. Exciting times are anticipated iv the northern part of tho State for tho next two ■ «e> Singular Accident. —A valuable IXtf} belonging to Mr. C. W. Venable, of Pitt sylvania county, while reaching between the planks in a stall of a stablo for some hay, had about two it;ches of her tongue bitten off by a horse which was standing in tho stall. Like wnnu people we know, Bhe was putting in her tongue what*it ha I no business to 1"'. , J. W. Hewitt, of Pleasant Valley coun ty, California, who killed Parker Adams, in that county, last summer, and was ac quitted, WAS am i-.-inate.l on Friday night of last week, near the spot where Adams of Manufacture?, Mr. Cameron of Foreign Relations, Mr. Colo of Appropriations, Mr. Morton of Agriculture, Mr. Davis, of Ken tucky, of Privato Laud Claims, Mr. Pool ol Revolutionary Claims, Mr. Ferry of Pa tents, Mr. Stewart of Pacific Railroads, | Mr. Stewart of Mines and Mining, Mr. Fenton of Contingent Expenses, Mr. Mor- I rill, of Maine, of Library, Mr Carpenter of Enrolled Bills, and Mr. Pomeroy of Roles. Mr Sumner was made chairman of a new committee on Privileges and Elections, but at once declined, which leaves Mr. Stewart as chairman. Mr. Stowart goes off the Ju diciary Committee; Mr. Frelinghuysen I and Mr. Pool are put on. It is not believed that Mr. Cameron will long retain his position as chairman of j Foreign Rolations, but that Mr. Freling- j huyson will tako his place. The changes were calculated to strength- I en tho known friends of the policy of the President. » ,♦ . Tibtoes of Borax.—lt may not be I erally known how very valuablo borax I in various purposes of household nse. Wo find it the very best cockroach exter- I minator yet discovered. One-half pound, costing but fifty cents, has completely cleared a large house formerly swarming with them, so that the appearance of one I in a month is quite a novelty. The vari ous exterminating powders puffed and ad- Rsd have been found not lully effect ending rather to make the roaches than to kill them. Thore is some thing peculiar, either in tho smoll or touch of borax, which is certain death to them. They will llee in terror from it, and never appear again where it has once been placed. It is also a great advantage that borax is perfectly harmless to human be ngs ; hence no danger from poisoning. t is also valuablo for laundry purposes. The washor-women of Holland and Bel gium, so proverbially clean, and who get heir linen poboautifully white, use refined >orax as washing powder instead of soda, n the proportion of a large handful of rorax powder to ten gallons of water. ?hoy save soap nearly one-half. All tho argo washing establishments adopt the same mode. For laces, cambrics, etc., an extra quantity of the powders is used ; and for cripplines (requiring to be made stiff) a strong solution is necessary. Borax, being a neutral salt, does not in the slight est degree injure tho texture of linen. Its effect is to soften the hardest water, and therefore it should be kept ou the toilet table. As a way of cleaning the hair, , nothing is better than a solution of borax in water. It leaves the scalp in a most j cleanly condition, and the hair is just [ ! sufficiently stiffened to retain its place. This stiffness, however, «an bo readily re moved, if objectionable, by washing with water. Borax is also an excellent dentri ce; dissolved in water, it is ono of tho best tooth-washes. In hot countries it is used, in combination with tartaric acid nd bicarbonate of soda, as a cooling bever- ».«jV. . Science en Deshabille. —Wo cannot vouch for the truth of the following story n the American Journal of Ohemistry, but I t is too good to be lost: When tho stereoscope was invented, the Abbe Moigno took the instrument to Arago, and tried to interest him in it; but Arago unluckily had a defect of vision hat made him see double, so that looking nto tho stereoscope he saw only a medley of four pictures. The Abbe then went to Savart, but ho was quite a3 Incapable of appreciating tho thing, for ho had but one eye. Becquerol was next visited, but ho was nearly blind, and consequently cared but little for the new optical toy. Tho Abbe, not discouraged, called next upon 'ouillet, of tho Conservatoire dcs Arts et Metiers. He was a good deal interested iv he description of the apparatus, but un ortunately he squinted, and therefore could see nothing in it but a blurred miz uro of images. Lastly, Biot was tried, iut Biot was an earnest advocato of the corpuscular theory of light, and until ho could be assured that tho new contrivance did not contradict that theory, ho would not see anything in it. Under the circum stances, the wonder is the stereoscope ever ;ot fairly into France. _ «.i A Large Sale in Norfolk.—On Wed nesday last, Messrs. Leigh Bros. & Phelps gold at auction, in Norfolk, the Atlantic Iron Works, together with all tho build ings, machinery, tools, &c, necessary to carry on the business. The Virginian says that the price paid for the property was $70,350, and that Mr. Marshall Parks, an energetic and enterprising citizen of Nor folk , was the purchaser. We know that Mr. Parks was the bidder for the property, and that it was kuocked out to him as the purchaser; but we learn from good au thority that His Excellency, Governor ; Walker, and a Mr. Coatwright, were j IN THK BPOT3YVOOB. j i 123,500 IN CURRENCY, I 1 and the Books, Paperi, Silver anil Valuables of the Spotswood Hotel and the Adams' and j Southern Express Companion are i SAVED IN HKREINQ'S SATIS. Office or Adams Express Compant,l No. 83 Bboadwav, v New Yors, Bee. 21, 1870. ) I Messrs. Hereino, Farrsl A Bhermah: Our Agent at Richmond writes : "We got through to-night drying anil fixing up the money from the late fire. The entente of the sate—s23,s3o in hills, we recov erul. It wasa Herring gate, and a good one, certuia. I "YfiiirN truly "I. 0. BABCOCK, Troasurer." Messrs. HitRRrNO, Farrei, k Sherman, New York _o ln ts : The two Safes of yeur manufacture, which we had lv use on the morning of the 25th hint at tho disastrous fire which destroyed tiie Spjtswouil Hotel aßd adjoining block of bandings, have given full satisfaction, aud sorred to preveot tho deal ruction of Borne $20,C00 in currency, besides the valuuble papers and books enclo&od therein. It was Impossible for workmen to excavate the Safe until nearly 80 hours after the fire. Respectfully, J. ¥. OlßSol*, Afls't Sup't for Adams A Southern Ex. Cos. Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1570. LETTER FROM J. M. liUBLETr * CO., Proprietors o tha Sjiotewood, Richmond, Va., Bee. 20,1870. Messrs. Herrino, Fariiki A Suesman.—Umts : Ou the morning of the 25th inst., we were fortunate enough to have oue of yonr Herring a Patent Lham piou Bares which fell into tho cellar among . burn ing mass of ruins. After the lire, to out utmost sur prise we found the contents, consisting ot vuluable pipers, money sad some silverware, all in good order. H»d it not beou for your Ilcrrliig'a bafe wo would have loat everything. J. M. SUDLETT k Ci). HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES, The most reliable Protection from Fire now HERRING'S NEW PATENT riIAMPIUK BANKERS' SAFE, Tim best Protection against Burglars' Tools HERRING, I AKRKL k SHERMAN, 261 Broadway, corner Murray at., N. Y. PARREL, HKRUINiJ A CO., Phil.ulelphla. HEftßlNti A CO., (Ihleago. HERRING, PARREL * SHERMAN, New Orleans. I Koglish Female Bitters, Koglish Female Hitlers, Knulish Female Bitteis, Bullish female Blttera, The Great Female Regulator, The Great Female Regulator, I Tho Great Female Regulator, Tho Great Female Regulator, I Gores old aud young females, Cures old and young femlles, Cores old and young females, Curia old and ysung females, I Cares falling of the womb. Cnrus falling of the womb. I Cures tailing of the womb. Cures falling of tho womb. No medicine ever offered .to the public has given I such universal satisfaction as Ihe Frnglisu Fomale They euro recont or loug standing casei after all other modes of treatment fail. Being composed of powetfal vegetable tonics which act upou the liver and bowels, properly combined with iron, it Is not strange that physicians should recommend it, ss our letters indicate. Cures sweet 16 and ugly 45. Cures sweet IS and ugly 45. Cores sweet IS and ugly 45. Cures sweet 10 aud ugly 46. Curos all tttorlne deraugemeuts. Cures all utertno derangements. Cures all uterine derangemontfl. Cures all uterine derangements. Imparts Iron to the Blood. Imparts Iron to the Blood. I mi .:i ti Iron to tho Blood. Imparts Iron to tlio Blood. Cures all Hysterical females. Cures all Hysterical females. Cures all Hysterical females. Curos all Hysterical remalea. I 15BTTER THAN UOI.D. Is health among females.; Is health among females. Is health among fomalea. Is health among females. . , , H. F. B. Kegulates married and single. E. F. B. Regulates married and single. 10. F. B. Kegulates married aud single. | E. F. B. Regulates married aud single. Fattens the poor, strengthens the feeble. Fattens tho poor, strengthens tho feeble. Fattons the poor, strengthens tho feeble. Fattens tho poor, strengthens tho foeblo. I Gives color, beauty and health. Gives color, boauty and health. I (lives color, beauty and health. Gives color, beauty and health. English Female Bitiora cureo painful, suppressed aud irregular menstruation, chlorosis or green elrk uess, leucorrhcoa or white, falling of tho womb, ul ceration and irrltaliility of the womb, pain iv tbo Bids and back, uorvousnoss, uioluucholy, palpitation, swimming of the head, cold feet aud hands, etc., etc. T.s not a sweetened boverags, 'Tis not a swoetened beverage, 'Tin not a swewtenod beverage, Tis not a sweetened beverage, I But is an Iron and Vegetable Tonic, Bnt is an Iron and Vegetable Tonic, But loan Iron and Vegetable Tonic, But ia an Iron and Vegetable Tonic, Nover known to fail, Never known to fail, Nover known to fail, " Never known to fail, i For diseases of the womb. | For diseases of the womb. I For diseases of the womb, j For diseases of the womb. I A MOTHER'S COMFOHT, i Be it positively understood that ono tablospootfiil of E. F. B. contains as much medical properties as one bottle of any of the .common advertised bitters of thoday, and we challengo investigation. Ours is made for Bick pecple, others are mido expressly to drink as a beverage. Ours makes positive au4 üb< mistakable cures, others cauoot cure, because they contain no medicinal propertied. We know it, they know it, yen know it. £. F. B. aids and assists digestion * £. F. B. aids and assists digestion. K. F. B. aids and assists digestion. E. F. B. aids and assists digestion. It acts freely on the Liver. It acts freely on tho Liver, j It acts freely on the Liver. It acts freely on the Liver. A powerfnl Tonic for all. A. powerful Tonic for all. A powerful Touic for all. jUpoweimllTunlc for all. Curos Ladies' Special Diseases Cures Ladies' Special Diseases. Cures Ladles' Special Disease*. Cures Ladies' Special Diseases Be It also remembered that this Great Female I Peculator is iuteuded for all ages and conditions. whore any doraugement of the womb exists, espe- I cially in those that have taken cold and chocked tho I monthly period, giving pain and suffering instead.— It at ence arouses and removes all unnatural obstruc* I | tiona, giving strength, health and buoyancy to the ' whole system. Some young ladies have bloodless lips and gums, I aud pale faces ; have no appetite, aro dull, careless, I molancholy, indifferent to Bociety, tatigued, with a palpitating heart, constipated bowels, torpid I Hrer and feeble frame, constant headache, etc. I All these cases are cured by the use of English Fe male Bitters, and we offer $LOO for any case which I we cannot cure by their use, where no organic lesion | exists. This medicine is put up in large Bottles and I ■old at $1.50, or six Bottles for $8. Sold by Drug gists and Merchants every where. 'B U C II U Large Bottles only il. Large Kettles only $1. Large Bottles only $1. Cures all Urinary Deposits. I Cures all urinary Deposits. I Cures all Urinary Deposits. I Ours, all Urinary Deposits, llelkvus tho Kidneys and BlsJtapr. Relieves thu Kidneys aud Bladder. Relieves the Kidneys aud Bladder. Relieves the Kidneys aud Bladder Tills combination of Bnchn, being composed of I Buchn, Plpsisßaway, Matico and Pereira Bravo phy sicians do net hesitate to recommend It for all aft\c tions of the Kidneys and Bladder, whether affecting old or young, male or female. It gives entire relief, after other preparations of the kind have been unsnc cessfully used Send and get ono Bottle of Drom- I goole A Cn.'a Bucliu. Price $1, or six Bottles for $*. Bold by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. J. P. DROMOOOLE A C 0.,5010 Proprietors, MerophlsJTenu. > I \TORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF LONDON AND MDENBURUU. __— ASSETS $14,000,000 (Gold). FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the State Treasurer, in Stale bonds, for secnrity of Virginia policyholders. FIRE INSURANCE provided at onrrent rates in this strong, rellablo and liberal company. _ THOS.M. ALFRIEND A SON, f,.m_c,w Agents, 902 Main street. Q.UARDIAN MUTUAL bIPE IMRHRANOIII OOMPAHW OF ■ FJW TO ORGANIZED IN lB&t. All polcies ONE-THIRD !.OA.« UIVXI. A...U - »,800,000 Aoml In.oraa 1,000,000 |**«.p«t« 800,09- LAfIT OABH DIVIDBNO »0 PER CENT. I The dividends of this Company mr e bassd npon th A < 'Oontrihntlon '* system, and the entire profits of the Company are divided In the roost eqnltable manner among policyholders. Ths laws of tho State of New York, WniOH AP PLY TO ALL POLICIES ISBOED BY THIS COM PANY, give an Insurance effected for a wife or ohll *r«n, to tlieni exclusively, fre from the claims ol ondltort. SECURITY, CHEAPNESS, LIBERALITY, PRO QIIESS AND SUCCESS MARK AND DI3TIN (1UISII THE MANAGEMENT OF THIS OIfIOKBS WALTON H. PEOIIHAM, President; WM. T. 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ISAAC HUTZLER 4 CO., 'i.act.l Agent lor Virginia and District of Co- OVFIOB »0j» MAIN BTBBBT.j Dr. J. CI. Oabixl, Medical Ixamlnsr. Lan 6-tf CAHUB. rr\ H. BHOOKB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and Queen,and the Uuited Htates CoHrts at Richmond. OHceat Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. I will attend to cases before the Court oi Clullns | and the Departments at Washington. ! My father, 11. B. Brooke, Esq., will attend to all business eotrusted to me In the counties of King and Queen, Oarollno and Essex. Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. I \ANIEL, CABELL k DANIEL, U ATTORNEYS AT LAW, No. lintl Main Street, Richmond, Va. WM. DANIEL, Jr., HENRY COALTER CABELL and JOHN W. DANIEL haTo associated thomselves for tbe PRACTICE OF LAW in the Supreme Court I of Appeals, the Circuit and District Courts of the United Slates, and all the Courts in and lor the city I I of Richmond. WM. DANIEL, Jr., will henceforth reside in Rich- Messrs. W. and J. W. DANIEL will continno to attend the Courts in which they now practice. ja IS—is. l. n. ouAttuLia, V I, a. shields, i alfriu morton /"I HANDLER, MORION A SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, OOBNBR OV BANK A TENTH STREETS. BOOMS No. %, t and 4, MARSHAIJ, BMJL. BIOHMONII, VIR9INH. I |OHN W. JENKINS, ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, K..OM NO. 1, MAKOUALi. lilltLUHfl, Oorner lOtli and Bank sis. I AUBLSR SMITH, | ATTORNEY AT LAW Ann COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY, For all oourts ofoltyof Richmond and county -i Henrico. Omai No. 1310 Rosa St., sag Is—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. HORTICULTURAL, II ICHMOND~NnRBBRIBB, IV RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, FRANKLIN DAVIS A CO., Proprietors. We offer for the Fall aud Spring Trade tho largest collection of FRUIT TREES, VINEM *c, ever grown In the Southern States, consisting In part of 2,000,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie ties of lrults adapted especially to tbe South. I,OQ>,(HX> VINKB, consisting of every variety of small fruits. KriTABLIBHED AH A BKFUGK FliOM QUACKERY. • THK ONLY PLACE WHEliti A CUKE CAN BK QBTAItfKD. OR. JOHNSTON hai discovered the Moll certain speedy and only effectual rom<dy in the world for Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Affec tions of the Kidneys atd Bladder, Inv, luntary dis charges, Impotoncy, Genera! DeMlit;-, Nervousness 1 , iM-NiMiusia. Languor, Low Bub its, Coulusiou of Idea*, Palpitation of tho Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dim ness of Bight or Oiddiness, Diseases of tlio Hoad, Throat, Nose or akin, AiU'cUous of tbe Lungs, btoni s*h or Bowels—tho*. terrible disorders arrising from the Solitary Habits of Yomh—lboso secret and soli (ary practices more fatid to their victim* than tb© song of Syrens to the Mariner of blighting thoir most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriages, Ac, impossible. YOUNO MBN, Especially, who have booorao the Tictims of Solltaee Vice, that dreadful and destructive brbit which annu ally Bwoops to an untimely grave thousands of Young j Men of tho mostexalted talent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise havo entrance! listening Sou- j ates with the thunders of eloquence, or wak«d to i ecstaey the living lyreo, may call with fall confl- MAKIUAGK ICarried Persons, or Yoo&g Men contemplating marriage, being aw it re of physical woaknees, oiganic debilities, detormitios, Ac, speedily cured. He wbo places himself nnder the care of Pi. J. may religiously confld*y»n his honor as a gouclenier, and coDfldently rely npon his skill us a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. mmediately cured and full vigor restored. This dreadful disease— widen renders life miserable and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the victims of improper indalgoncios. Young persons are too apt to committ oxcesses from not being aware of tho dreadful coiiHequoucHH that may eusiia. Now, who that understands tho subject will pretend to any that the power of procreatiou is lost soouer by hose tailing into improper habits than bythepru, ent? Besides being deprived of the pleasures at healthy offspring, tho most surloua aud destructive ymptoms to both body and mind arise. The system Ktcomos deranged, the physical aud mental function* Kakeued, loss of procrcative power, nervous irrita ity, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigos ion, constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame coughs, consumption, Ac Ornoa No. 7 Sooth Ff.Ki.moK Htriw. -t-It hand side going from Baltimore street, a lew oors from tho corner. Fail not to observe the name nd number. Letters must bo paid and contain a stamp Th*. Doctor's Diplomas hang in his office. DR. JOUNBTON, [ember of the Royal College of Surgeons, London raduate from one of the most eminent Colleges In ia United States, and the groater part of whose life Kboen spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, ladelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of tha most astonishing enres that were aver known; man; rouhled with ringing in the head and card when deep, groat nervousness, being alarmed at itudJen sounds, bashfulnuss, with frequent blushing, attended .luotiine* with a derangement of the mind, were arod immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those wbo have injured them ■elves by improper iudnlgencies and solitary habit* which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them f*r ither business, study, society or marriage.. These are some of tho aad and melancholy cUocta iroduced by early habits of youth, vie.' "VYeaknuss of he Back and LimbH, Fains 6, the Head, Dimness of ght, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of tha uart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement the Digestive Fuuctious, General DablUty, Byrap iuh of Consumption. MENTALLY. The fearful effects on the mind pre much to be readed. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De* >ressien of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to ociety, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ao., are some of the evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages can now Jmige what is the cause of their declining health, loosing loir vigor, becoming woak, pale, nervous and oma ated, having a singular appearance about the eyes ough and i>Taptoin« of consumption. YOUNG MifiN ho havo injured themselvos by a certain practice ndulgod ia when alone—a habit frequently learned om evil companions or at school, the effootsuf w.V. b re nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured, jodora marriage impossible, and destroys both ruir.o body—should apply Immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope oi his ooautry,the pride of his parentis, tinould bo snatched om all prospects and enjoyments of life by tho con -3 nance of do via ting from tho path of nature and ulging in a certain socrot habit. Such persons, Utff, before contemplating MAURIAGB, resect that a sound mind and body are the most uec sesary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in deod, without Uoae, the jonrney throneU life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes shadowed with diipaii and filled with the melancholy reflection that tie happiness of another becomes blighted with our own- DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguidod and imprudent votary ci pteasiiro finds he has imbibed tho seeds of this pan - tol disease, it too often happens that an ill-timed testes of bhamo or dread o* discovery dotori him from ap plying to those, who, from education and respecta bility, can alone befriend bim. He falls Into the hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, it, oapablo of curing, filoh his pecuniary substance, koep him trifling month afLor month, or as leng as the smallest feo can be obtained, and with dinpair leave him with ruined honlth »o sigh over his galling appointment; or, by the use of shat deadly poiucm Mercury, hasten the constitutional aymptoma of tht terrible disease, such us Aftection of the H-jad, Throat, Noso, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapidity till de*th puta a peried to hia dreadtulsnifer- P; by sending him to that nndi.K , ov<!>e-J oouhtry ax whosft bonrno no trave'b'i retarafl. BNDORMSMENT OF THE PRJGHH. The many Lb >mundid cured at this iiiatittuivii within the la-: eighteen y&ara, aud the numerous urgioal Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit .-..-icii by the reporters of the "Sun" and many other ■ ,;• -i-ri, u;»ticefl of which appeared again and araia ■ ;.-!■•• tho public, bolides his standing as a gori-Jcv man of character and responsibility, la a aum~i tnf guarantee to the afflicted. SKIN DISEASES SPKKDILY CURMT.. Persons writing sholud be partfoular in directi-u/ their Utters to his In thu following ma<- JOHN M, JOHNSTON M. D., I Be.Ui.-Jure Lock Hospital, ang6-Iy Baitixnore, Maryland. $1,000 REWARD DEBINQ'B VIA FUQA cures all Livor, Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Organic Weakness, Female Atllic tlona, General Bebilitya nd courplainta of tlio Uri nary Organs, in male aud fomale. $1,000 will also be paid for any caso of l'lind, Bleeding or Itching PILES that DslUMu's Pus V.*x -IST fails to cure. BsJJINQ'S MAGIO LINIMENT cures Rheumatic Pains, Bprains, Bruises and Swelled Joints, In men and boast. gold every whore. Send for pamphlet. Laboratory--! U Franklin St., italtiiuorc, Hd ap 18—ly . ■ —i ™ ' TIATOHELOK'S HAIK DYE. •I'liis splendid Hair Dye is the best iv the world; the only true aud poricct Dye; harmless, reliable, ia stantaueous; no eliaappotntment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the effects of bad dyes; invigorates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, "black or brown." Bold by all Druggists and Perfumers, aud properly applied at Batclielor'a Wig Factory, No. 18, Bond street, Now York. decH-ly WANTS. \ \ r anted-agSntb ToliKuTTlfisw^i'ooK W of great value t* Farinera, Mechanics, a,nd Working mon of all trades and occupations. 13th Saitioo now ready. The FABMEB3' k MECHANICS' MANUAL. ■ Edited by OEO. K. WAKINU, Js. •r of "Elements of Agricultnre," "DralniaK for Profit and for Health," and formerly Agricultural Engineer of Contra! 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V \»r ANTED.—We desire to obtain $30,000 IN W VIRUINIA STATE UONDS, and to any party making us the loau, we will give thwm ample secu rity for its return within one year, besides a hand some Interest for its use To any party who is active, intelligent and ener gotic, who can control sufficient capita] to purchase these bonds, we will ftive them an inte rest in a business in Virginia that will pay them be tween $3,000 aud $4,000 ayear, besides security for tlm returu of the amount iuvested. Address EHEUSON k POWELL, jy It—tf 1101 Peuu. Avenue, Washington, D. 0. ErrUREB, PICTORES, PICTURES. CINa-GLABSEB, LOOKING-GLASSES, LOOKING -GLASS KS. FRAMES, FRAMES, FRAMES. BTYLEB, ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTION ROE FAMILY BIBLES, BIBLES, BIBLES. IARPETB, CARPETS, CARPETS. CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS. Will be sold by payments of weekly installments, as cheap as they can bo bought iv the city lor cash. FRAMES of all description and style made on pre mises. Parties iv waut of any of the above will suve mouey by calling at the store, or purchasing from WILLIAM DAFFRON. Hos. 8 and 10 Eighteenth St., bet. Main ami r'nuikliu, ' Richmond, Vs., and 191 Main Bt, Lyochbarg, Vs. i "«1I'AI<1TAB aoH tiUAHTITAS." Uifthl* Concentrated Fluid Extract of ; KOSKOO, No Quack Medicine OR. J. J. JL.AWRBNCK, OBGANIO CHHMIJW, RIFYINfI TUB BLOOD, RESTORING Till ! LIVER AND KIDNRYS TO A HEALTHY J ACTION, AND INVIGORATING THE j NERVOUS BYSTSM. i | This Is the sorrel of Its WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING Scrofula, Syphilid, Dyspepsia, LITER COMPLAINT, CHRONIC RHEUMATISM t NEURALGIA, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS. ERUP TIONS OF THE SKIN, HUMORS, LOSS OF VIGOR, DISEASES OF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. AND ALL DIS EASES CAUSED BY A BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR A DISEASED CONDITION OF THB LIVER, KIDNEYS, NERVOUS SYSTEM,4o It thoroughly ERADICATES every kind of Humor and Bad Taint, and restores the entire system to a healthy condition. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CHANGED BY THE ÜBF. OF THIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK, SICKLY, SUFFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, HEALTHY AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN. No Medicine has attained snch a GREAT REPU TATION as this justly CELEBRATED Compound, Approved by the Highest Medical Au ! koskoo j Endorsed and recommoded by the President of ths ' Faculty of the E. Medical College of tbe ■ City of New Ywrk. | Pmonssoß B. 8. NEWTON, M. »., Professor and President of the Faculty, late "Pr» I I feesor Theory and Practice" of Medicine, | [ Cincinnati, Ac. | One of tbe moat eminent men of his age—wwtl known as the author of the following standard mcdl- j cal works: NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MRM OINE," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN," "NEWTON'S | BYMES SURGERY," Ac, in December number of "American Medical Review—page 277, says: " Among the more recent efforts to introduce pop ularly eomo of tbe new remedies, we notice a new ■ ; preparation compounded by J, J. LAWRICNOR, M. D.. oJ Norfolk, Va., which is famished to the profes sion and the public in any desired quantity. We re cently examined his Laboratory, and became fully j satisfied that all his work Is done in the best manner, by the most approved process, and from the best ma terials, giving aB a result a medicine meeting thf confidence of the physicians and the public." KOSKOO CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST 1 From A. W. Mills, a prominent and well-known mer chant of Norfolk, Va. No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 16,188». DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Your Koskeo 1 has worked wonders In my family. My daughter has beon a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood. She 1 lost thirty-one pieces of bone from her ankle, several from her srnijbesiden having ulcere in several parts of the body. Whilst in this condition she commenced taking your Koskoo—it actod like a charm on her; under its nse tbe ulcers gradually healed,and he* keneral health groatly improved. It certainly saved her much suffering, t.iid perhaps her life. 1 regard Koskoo a specific for all Bcrofulous affections. Youi Koikdoalso enrol my wife of dyspepsia, from which she suffered greatly. She Is now in better health than she has been in five years. With the highest regard, I aro gratefully yours, Ac, Kodkoo Is endorsed by the best physicians every- i where. Read the following from Dr. Til levy, a suc cehdtul practitioner of many years standing In the Rocky Mount, Edgecombe C 0.,1 September 10, 1860. / I DR. J. J. LAWRKNCK— Dear Sir: I have useo your Concentrated Fluid Extract ot Koskoo In my practice with the happiest results. I find it to be j a powerful Liver Invigorntor, Blood Purifier, and Nervons Tonic. In all diseases of the Liver, Srcofa lous, Syphilitic, and Nor revs Affections, it is a remedy of Immense value ; in fact, In almost overy variety ■ at Chronic Disease is use its indicated. Hoping yet may meet with the success which you deserve see manufacturer of reliable medicines, I am, sir, wits j much respect, Your cbodient servant, KOBK©O CURES OIIRONIO RHEUMATISM. I Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7,1869. j DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Doar Sir: My son has re ceived so much benefit from your wonderful Koskoo that 1 cannot refrain from expressing my gratitude. I bad tried almost everything without benefit- I be lieve, in all sincerity, that your Koekoo is an infalli- j ble remedy for tho disease from which be has suffered, and, go far as I can learn, has never failed. If yon ouly knew the Immense amount of suffering he has undergone, thou you could conceive the value of and a remedy as Koekoo—that surely cures. Tbe great amomntof goed it is now doing among us is inesti mable. With much gratitude, I am, respectfully yours, Ac, Read the following from Mr. Womblo, a prominent Hardware Merchant of this city: j Ne. 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va., 1 j DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: To the large num ber of testimonials which you offer to the great effi cacy of your Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding my own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility, Headache, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Kos koo restored me to health. Tours truly. From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle ! Street Methodist Church. Portsmouth, Va., October 26,1800. ' This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well. He is a gentlomau of cultivation, and worthy of the fnllost confidence. I have used bis Koskoo with ad ventage to myself, and have adopted its use in my family in cases of nervnui debility and depression. From Dr. Lloyd, a Physician of large practice. Great Bridge, Va., October 8,1869. J. J. LAWRENCE, M. I».—Dear 8Ir: I cheerfully endorse your Koskoo as being a most valuable prepa ration. Upon examination of the formula, 1 find each ingredient highly extolled by our best and most progressive clinical investigator?. I have tested its effects in my own practice, and have no hesitation in I reoommending it. In my opinion, it is the best com pound of its class over put before the public—ex ceeding by far all the various compounds of sarsapa rllla, Ac, ever invented. It Is a decided Nerve Tonic ' and Invigorator of t"-ie animal forces, aiding diges tkm and assimilation, and thereby producing healthy L blood, which should be tbe basis of treatment in aft [ chronic dlseaiK-e. Hoping yon will the reward yon deserve frr.m the public ua a benefactor, I am str. yours truly, UHARI.EB LLOYD, M.D. Alter reading the above high recommendations, iv J v»lids cannot r<wjuably Ueiutato to give the 11 OF for Aduttfonnl Testimonial* from Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors, Drug* rl.,ts, Merchants, Ac. see MOtS&OO ALMANAC for ?lU:iL ONMS POM AH Mat BOTTItJsU ( to* sale b* ail of cAs r - nuifi; Dn cgitU I tU (MM JM<e» e*Mf 9ri*Uk AssMTveel* Tf A.DATTOK •Li . HAOHINKUV, RAILROAD, MANUFACTURERS! AND ENGINEERS'SUPPLIES. TMNTH BTRMT, BETWEEN MAW AND OABT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, STEAM ENGINES of improved constrnctkn, for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern bnild. MACHINERY FOR lUilrnsd, Machine, Car and Carpsoter Shops, Plan ing Mills, Sash, Mini, Door, Oabinetware, Chair, Del I stead, Woodenuraro, Agricultural, Machine, Handle, I Spoke, Btave, Carriage Wood, Colton and Woolen j Factories, Cotton Uius, Farniors, Foundries, Rolling I Mills, Tobacco Factorios, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring, [ Corn and Paper Mills, Mines, Ac, Ac; Forgod aud Rolled Iron. 1 Improved Shafting, Pallors and Hangers, Belting, Lmco Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist Drills, I Steam Gauges, Saw Gummers, Steam and Water Pipe I and Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick aud Tool Handles, Turbine Water-Wheels, Ao. Ac. SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM HOI LKRS bought, sold and exchaagod. A quantity f ot th. same on hand to be sold low, such as Englnss Hoilors, Mill Stones aud Gearings, Wood Working, Machinery, Ac. Plans aud Estimates of Machinery for Mills and Manufactories of all kinds. do 1-tl WM. B. COOI. JOHN YUM. VfiW FIRM. hsii FoiiiDnv, No. 8 Eighth Street, between Main and Franklin, Kiciiuond, Va. Will. 11. COOK <%. CO, With improved facilities and with a detcrtniiiatloi - to please iv pricos and style of work, wo respectfully ask from the people of Richmond, Virginia, aud the South generally, a fair share of patronairo. We manufacture IRON FRONTS, Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vaultand Cellar Doors, Gratings, Window Guards, Awning Frames, Corinthian Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win dow Caps, Ornamental Brackets for Balconies, Shelv ! lug, Ac, Ventilators for Brick and Wood Cornice, Gas and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods for || ih and Water, Traps for Culverts and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all kinds of IRON WORK for build ings generally. We also manufacture together with Iho abo.e work PLOW CASTINGS, and would respectfully Warranted free from Dampness. Never Corrode the Iron. The beet Fire-Proof Safe Made. MARVIN t CO., 36* Broadway, A. T. STORKS A CO., Agt*, 1431 I. Oary Street, Richmond. Ym ■cTiatt [ iTI M. SMITH A CO., ill MANUFACTURERS or, i AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, [ 1532 Main Streit, Richmond, Va. SMITH'S PATENT WELL FIXTURES! The very best arrangement ever Introduced for raising water from wells or cisterns. Of the seven thousand already sold, n.-t one has ever failed to give perfect and ent're jat>sfaction. If, after a month h trial, the purchaser thinks he had rather have a pump, a sweep or old fashioned windlass, wu will take back the WELL FIXTURE and refund she money. It is adapted to wells of any depth, and is sold for TWENTY DOLLARS, all complete and ready DOTY'B CLOTHES WASHER. Tho Peculiarities of this Machine : Ist. It Is small; it occupies but little more room than a commou wash-tub. 2d. It is easily worked; a feeble woman may sit down and work it; a little girl can stand and np«rate tho washer. 3d. It secures all the well- I known benefits of using suds boiling hot. The hand need not touch the water, either iv washing or I wringing, with the Universal Clothes Wringer at tached; hence it cleanses ordinary linen in a few I moments, at a single operation, and the worst parts of collars and wristbands so effectually, that seldom any, and never but little, rubbing is necessary There Is no exaggeration In this statement, if tbe machino is used according to directions. Prices: Wringer, $9; Washer, $16. Thus a com plete Wasber and Wringer, each the best off its cluss, is obtained for |M. Rvery family iv the land should CATALOGUES FOR 187 i. As the limits of an advertisement will nut allow "Of descriptions of the various Agricultural Imple ments and lVl.wbii.cs we manufacture, we invito all farmers to send us their poaU-iHce address, so that we may ueud them our new illustrated Catalogue oi ninety paged, which is full »». information valuablo to every termer, and is published for gratuitous cir culation. H. M. SMITH A CO. no •—dAwtf Postohlco Box 8. Richmond, Va. p lIIOU I A it 6ATK YOUR UOHKHTiip, •tmssssssmmsmm RELIEF FOR DEBTORS. It Is now understood by a late decinion ol the United States Court, that the TWO THOUSAND DOLLAR HOMESTEAD, provided for in our new OoriKtitution, as well as tbe FIVE HUNDRED DOL LARS specified by the Bankrupt Law, are exempt for ttie debtor and the person wbo now takes ad vHi'tag© of tbe benign provisions of the Ilunkrup Law. This gives tbe debtor TWENTY-FIVE HUN DRED DOLLARS, EXEMPT BY LAW, and by the proper proceedings in Bankruptcy be can be relioved from the burthens of anti-war debts, and tbe debts left by the casualties of the late war. Persons wishing to take tbe necessary sttps, to avail themselves of these provisions of the law, can receive all proper information by calling on vie in my Office, Rt (lie corner c "<*iik stud Tenth Street*, It lch >:>omi, Va. I have formed a business connection with Hon. L. n. CHANDLER, and all letters of enquiry, or on professional bus'n.-tfs of any kind, directed either to me or to "CHANDLER A MORTON " will be prompt ly responded to. All professional business will be diligently attended to by the firm in any of the Courts of tho State or United States. ALFRED MORTON, Late Judge Richmond City Circuit Court. a, « Y<c a£2fr DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND II LAUDER DYSPEPSIA AND RHEUMATISM, BBT4B »<•■ fi!K ETRONQEST PREPARATION OFf£B BIICUV EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. I. H. HERBERT A CO., Proprietors, 8T Park Row, New York Sold by all Druggists, | ADIEs, J The Victoria, or Ladies' Gem is tbu great invention loug aud earnestly wished for by your sex. We do sire atuart and energetic ludy agents to iutro luce cur piiptilur and justly celebrated aiticlu mi vi i , V Town and City in tho World. It is highly approved of. endorsed ami adopted by all Ladies of taste and n li ~ni< nt.and is now A GREAT FAVORITE WITH THEM, it is what every Lady has wi.hod fur, ghee parfect Freedom of Action,' and Prevents Cud-htnr; Cold at a Critical Period. Eniirosed and recommended by all eminent Phynlclans and Divines L'virylady Absolutely Uequlres and will purchase One at eight, its munis arc apparent at a IttlOti Druggists, miliuers, dressmakers and those who i. . i. Uncy stores will find oar excel!, i.t invtutlun I perfect satisfaction, and sells very rat idly, aud eunrnious profits to agents anil dealers. I Town and couutry rights given free to all who de sire engaging in an honorable, respectable and I profitable business, and at the same time, doinj; eood to these sufterii.g ci mpauioiis in life. Samples I fi, sent free by mail on receipt of price. Srnd for .holessd. circulais. Address, VICTORIA MANUFACTURING CO., do 9—wly 17 Park I'lare. New York. Cv XT 5 pet-sous to successfully cauvass for Pi-em- I inius we ofTer, and receive a fib Waltham Wotili for yourself. Address "PK.On.r.'B WEEK LY," Dayton, O _ / 1 k.NLI.NE NORWAY OATS, and Al>lK» CU>- VJ VEX. Sample packages sent Inn to all Far mer* ; also, a copy of the AMERICAN t-TOCK JOUR -1 NAI. by enclosing stump to N. P. BOYF.R A CO, 1 Paik.-l.org, Chester Co., Pa.