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FRIDAY KVF.NINQ. MAY 10 IH7I. Myilerle. of Italian Crime. EXTRAORDINARY MJKNE IS A FLORENCE THEATRE —AN ACTOR SHOT DEAD ON THE STAGE —TEBRHII.E MURDER IN A MILAN Ad awful occurrence took place a few evenings! ago at the Principle Umberto theatre, in Florence, during (he perfor mance of an equtßtrian spectacle, entitled "Tho Capture of Cipriano la Gala." At the culminating point of the piece there is a grand engagement between a band of brigands and a party of sharpshooters, the former stationed upon a group of rocks, and the latter on the level ground. Just as tho combat was at its height one of the sharpshooters fell, and in so natural a manner that tbo act was greeted with an enthusiastic round of applause. A mo ment afterwards, however, it was plain that something had MM wrong. A cou ple of men rushed upon the stage and lifted the body of the prostrate actor, when it was at ouce seen that ho was lying in a pool of gore. Cries and shrieks arose from every part of the house ; women fainted and men jumped upon the stage. Meanwhile the orcliestra continue! to play, and many of tho performsra continued their parts; others* men and horses, rushed about in wild confusion. At last the manager, pale as death, came forward, and his aspect at once hushed tho house into silence. An unto ward accident (he said) had just occurred, and the representation must at once be brought to an end. Tho house was imme diately cleared, but crowds lingered for some time about the neighborhood of the theatre, and it was soon known that tho m»n who had so "naturally" dropped on (he boards had been shot through the bead, and was a corpse before tbe first echoos of the public applause could have readied his ear. In the Italian theatres certain gentlemen, who exercise their office by turns, are answerable for everythirg connected with tho good order of tin representation, the taking of proper pre cautions against accidents, eVo. On the evening in question the offioiul on duty had superintended the loading ol the firearms, and is ready to take oaththtt they were charged with powder only. Tbe bullet, therefore, that shattered tbe skull of tbe poor sharpshooter in the mimic fight was presumably slipped in one of the barrels after tho guns had been distributed among the company ; but by whom and for what purpose? This is the mystery to which justice is endeavoring to find the clue. It should be added that the King was, according to his custom, preset t at the entertainment, having a great passion for all horse spectacles, and occupied his usual place in a box close to the stage, in tho cimpauy of tho Bella Rosina and her daughter, the Marchioness Spinola. The Siot, however, supposing it inteution.il, uld not have been directed at his Maj-sty, r it was fired in tho opposite direction, From later accounts it would appear at this sad event was the result of an ac lent. The same certaiuly cannot be id of the mysterious deed of blood cum mitted a short time ago in Milan, Twc foreigners, who represented themselves ai just arrived in the city, put up at the Ho tel de Villo, once the first bouse in Milan and still the favorite of diplomatists ant "travellers of distinction." One of tin strangers entered his name in the visitors book as Krassovischi, a Pole, and the othe: as Kauntonsoff, a nativo of Russia. Thej took possession of two bed rooms upoi the same floor, and, on the following day left tho house together for a short time.— Od their return Kauntoczoff was observer, to enter his companion's sleeping room and sometime aft...—•••>- —■ -*- stairs with his c.irpet-bag. lie gave five francs to the waiter, observing that he was suddenly called away by urgent business, begged him not to disturb Krassovischi, who was unwell and wanted rest. The request is curiously suggestivo of tho rel ative political position of the countries to which the men belong, or profess to be long. At 9 in the evening, four hours after tho departure of the Russian, a man came to the Ville with a parcel for Krassovischi, who had not been seen since the early af ternoon. The waiter went up stairs, and found the door of the bed-room locked. No answer being given to a repeated sum mons to open, the door was forced, and the lifeless body of the Pole discovered lying on the bed. He had been strangled with a leathern strap, which still encircled his neck. His features were dreadfully dis torted, and he had received several heavy blows in the face from some blunt instru ment. Dr. Capelli, who was at once called in, certified that tho unfortunate man had been dead for some hours, and as his appearance denoted a fair share of bodily strength, it is suggested that he must have been drugged and assassinated when in a state of insensibility. A. search bad been instituted for Kauntonzoff, but hitherto without effect. FiQHTiNa Women in France.—During the events of the French revolution of 1789, many women distinguished them selves by participating in the most sangui nary scenes, as well as conflicts, of that bloody period. AmoDg these weie Thero igoe, of Mericourt, who assisted at the storming of the Biistile, commanded, with the title of General, the Third Army Corps of the Faubourgs of Paris, led a mob of women from Paris to Versailles at the time the King was carried thence to the Capita), and rode on horseback at the side of Jour dau, on the return of the revolutionists. By tho side of Thewgnc in these exploits figured two other celebrated woiueu of Paris, Louise Audti, called the Queen cf the Markets, and Jeanne Lc-combe. In 1830 and 1848, many wntnen took part in the revolutionary utrugjale, helping to build barricades and defending tbem, gun in hand, ttutil shot down by tbe at tacking party. In thsse later days of Paris, a large num ber of women have manifested their hero- ism in scenes of slaughter. They have fought with the National Guards, and many were killed and wounded atNeuilly. A cantiniere, wounded in the head, retired to have her wound drcsssd, and then re turned to the fight. An energetic woman, fighting in the ranks of the Sixty-lirst bat talion, killed several gendarmes. At the plateau Cliatillon a cautinieie with the Nationals loaded her gun and fired at the Versailllsts repeatedly, and without cessa tion, and was almost the last to retire when the Nationals retreated. The cau- tiniere of the Sixty-eighth battalion at tho opening of a recent action was killed in stantly by a piece of exploding shell. Among the most courageous of these wai like women was the wife of one of the Communist commanders, General Eudes, who went with her huuband into battle. On the evening of tlie third of April, tight bodies of National Guards were brought in after a fi_ht with the Viigailies troops. AloDg with thi'Bt: came a uiulh Curpee — that of a cantiniere who had been riddied with bullets. THK STATIC JOURNAL. I This paper will be Republican. The orgi of do wing or clique, It will lim to represc the policy of the Nationil party; to build trp a healthy National sentiment, and inspire 10. of Ihe whole country. It will not be tbe vehicle of personal detri Hon, nor be used to get its pets into office, no to keep others out. The safety of all is in th triumph nf tbe cause ; and to secure it, a mast labor zealously and devotedly, and tak tbeir chinees in the general result. Aiming to treit every member of its ow pirtv generously, it will be just to Its oppo nents. It will discuss all questions of publi interest fairly and temperately. Asserting tb right earnestly and resolutely, and bating n jot or tittle of tho truth which it is called to de clire, it will aim to "speak the truth in love.' It will commend genius, pstriotism and vir tue everywhere, and be as prompt to ezpoet corruption and imbecility in its own pirty v in another. We shall advocite all measures to advance the public good, originating in our own party or outside. There are vital questions enough between us and the opposition without seeking Believing popular Education to be the one crying wmt of our State and of the country, we shall give large space to its advocacy. To educate thoroughly all the children of tbe State should be the supreme and paramount work of legislation. To this sacred task we oonsecrate our paper. We shall plead the cause of the little ones who bave no voice; and, in so pleading, we plead for tbe future of Virginia in whatever can make her great and glorious. The financial condition of the country, and especially of the South, will not bo neglected. We advocate a financial policy which will bring back again to tbe South more than its old prosperity. We are for the encourage ment of a varied home industry. We are fur Free Banking, under a eyatem which makes money absolutely safe and accessible to busi ness men at living rut-, p. We are for such a revenue system as will preserve the public credit without imposing undue burdens upon the people. Realizing the vast importance of mechanical and manufacturing industry, we shall labor heartily for the development ol these interests, we shall give accurate and detailed informa tion of our vast natural wealth in mines, for ests, water-powers and tidberies. Believing lv the "harmony of interests," we shall endeavor to show how fully each is de pendent upon the prosperity of all; that labor and capital, employer and employee, should be allies and friends, enriching each other by fraternal co-operation. Agriculture is our pet. Fresh from a Tir ginia farm, which we leave lovingly and re» luctantly for awhile, we have learned some thing of what wide and varied knowledge, what patience, economy and administrative ability it takes to make a farmer. We shall give largo space to Agriculture and Horticul ture. In conclusion, we will say that we will unite cordially and earnestly with men of all parties to remove every obstacle to the moral, intel lectual and physical progress of our State and nation. There are thousands oi' noble young men and women in the State full of grand capacity, now dormant and wasting. The old Commonwealth is founding the drum-beat to duty. Let them shake off the nightmare of conservatism and old traditions, and march bravely to the work ol this new day. So sball they make the future of Virginia worthy of the past, and themselves worthy of a great an cestry ! -PUBLICAN NAHOXAL PMTVOBM Ihe National Kepublican party of the United SUteß, assembled in National Convention in the city of Chicago, on tho 21st day of May, ISGC, make tho following declaration of principlei: and to prevent the people of such Status from being remitted to a state of anarchy. 2. The guaranty by Cougrc-tss cf equal suffrage to all loyal nten at the South was demanded by every consideration of public safety, of giatitude, aud of Justice, and must be maintained; while the question of suffrage in all the loyal States properly belongs to tho people of those States. 3. We denounce ail forms of repudiation bb a na tion*! crime; aud the national honor requires the payment of the public Indebtedness In th* utter most good faith to all creditors at homo and abroad, not only according to letter, but tho spirit of tbo laws under which it was contracted. 4. It is duo to the labor of the nation that tax* tiooshould be equalized,and reduced ai rapidly as the nationalfaitu wilt permit. 5. The national dob:, contracted aa it has been (or the preneivatiou of the Union lor all timo to eooio, ■bould be extended over a fair period for -ademption; and it is the duty of Congress to reduco the rate ot interest thereon, whenever it cau be honestly dove. 0. That the best policy to diminish our burden of debt is to so improve our credit that capitalists will seek to loan us money at lower rates of interest than we now pay, aud must coutiuuo to pay so lung as re pudiation, partial or total, opcu or covert, is threat ened or suspecteJ. 7. The Government of the Uuited States should be administered with tho strictest economy; and the corruptions when nave been so shamefully nursed and f .stored by Audrew Johnson call loii-ly for radi cal retorm. 8. We profoundly deploro the untimely and tragic dtath of Abraham Lincoln, aud regret the accession to the Presidency of Andrew Johnson, who has acted treacherously to the people who elected him aud the cause ho was pledged to support; who has usurped high legislative and judicial luuctions; who has re fused to execute the laws; who has used his figh offlce to induce other officers to ignore and violate the laws; who has employed his executive powers to render insecure the property, the peaco, libcity and life of the citizen; who lias abuseu the pirdou ing power; who has deuouueed the national l*gisia- hj„h crimen and properly pro nounced guilty thereof by the vote of thirty flye Senators. 9. The doctrine of Gnat Britain and other £n rupntu powers, that because a man is once a Hubjcct be i- ni t-»y<i K-' aiujjt be resisted at every haznd by tbe Uuited Btatos, a* a relic uf feudal tirats, uot au thorizod by the laws ot lations.aud at war with our national honor aud independence. Naturalized cit izuus are ontitled (o protection in all their rights ot ciltttenship, an though titty wire native-born; aud no citixeu of the United btatea, uative or natural ized, muit t*o liable to arrest and imprhtu_.ii' m hy any :<-i' i„ npower for act* done or word., npotiou in thi. country ; and, if bo arreted and imprisoned, It 10. Of Hll who were faithful in the trials of tlie lata war, there were uono entitled to more especial honor than the bravo soldiers and teamen who en dured the hardships of campaign and cruiee, aud iui poiilled their lives in the .ervioe of the country; the bounties unci putinlons provided by tlie laws for thete brave defender, of tho nation are obligations never to bo f irgotten ; the widows and orphans of the gallant dead are the wards of the people—a sa cred legacy bequeathed to tho nation's protecting care. 11. Foreign Immigration, which iv the past Ins added so much to the wealth, doviloporueut, and re sources, and increase of p awer to ibis republic, the asylum of the oppressed of all nations, should be fostered and encouraged by a liberal aud Just uolicy. IU This couveutlon declare. lUsif in onipathy withali oppressed peoples .truggiing for their rights. 13. That we highly commend the spirit of ui-rr nanlmity and loibenrance with which men who have served iv the rebellion, bu l who now frankly and honestly co-operate with un in restoring the peace of the country and reconstructing tho fcouth era Ktate governments upon the basts of Impartial Justice and equal rights, are received back into the ot the lojal people; and we lavor the removal of the di.qua'inc.tions and restrictions im pieed upon tlm late letiels in tho same meanure as the spirit of disio}ally nil I die out, and as may be con sistent wiih the nulety of the loyal people. 14 That vie recognize the great principles laid down lv the inn....rial Uecllralieu of Independence, as th. true found ition of democratic government lud we hall with gladness every efloit toward mak ing these principles i living reality on ivory Inch of American ».||. THE KNFORCBMBNT ACT. An Act to enforce the right of citizens of tho Unit* States to vote In tbe several States of this Union and for other purpo*ei. li* it enacted by tbe Fenate and House of R<-pro sentativos of the United Htates uf America in Con greas a*, eni'dcd, That i».l utiz-ns of the United Htate* who are or shall be otherwise qualified by law to vote at a< y election by the people iv an; Btate Territory, district, count-, city, polish, township school district, municipality, or otßOt territorial sub division, shall bo entitled and allowed to vote at all siteh elections without distinction i t race, color, or previous condition ofsorViluJe; auy constitution, law, custom, uange, or logu.atiun of auy State or Territory, or by or under its authority, lo the con trary notwithstanding Hto.2. And belt further enacted. That if by or tin *er tho authority of the constitution or laws of 'in v State, or the laws of any Territory, any act ts or shall be requited to be dnuea-. a pren quisl eerqualf ficatiou for voMDg, and by siteh • onstuution or taws persona or offl-ern are or shall be charged with the P'rformance nf duties in furnishing to citizens an opportunity to ptitorm such preiequsaite, or to be come qualified to vote, it shall tio tho duty ol every Niuh person and officer to give to all citizens tithe United btates thesaino anu equal opportunity to per form such prerequisite, and to become qualified to voie without d Btiuctlon of race, OOtOT, or previous conuition of servitude; and if any Mich person or officer -h »il rofu-e or knowingly omit to gtvofull ef hot to this section, he shall for every such ufl'ouce, forfeit and pay th« Bum uf five hundred dollar* to the perton aggrieved thereby, to be recovered by an actlun on tbaca.se, with full coats aud such allowance for counsel fees as the court shall deem just, and sball alsj, for every sucti offeuce, be deemed of a tu.idemeauur, and sha'J, on conviction thereof Le fiui'd uot \< than Uvo hundred dollars, or be lm i n soned not leas tbau one mouth and not nure than one year, or both, at the discretion ot the com t. ■SO.Sk and be it farther euacted That whenever by or under the authority of tbe constitution or lav.it tit mty tftate, if tilt* laws of ai.y Territory, any act ii or shall be required to be done h» auy citizen an a prerequisite t» qualify or eu'itle him to vote, tli offer of any citizen to perform the act required to be done as aforesaid shall, if it fail to te carried iuto execution by reason ol tbe wiongful net or omission atorosaid of the person or officer charged with the duty of receiving or permitting Biich psrlormance or ni]. r to perlonu or acti"g thereon, bu deemed ami held M a performance in law of such act; aud the persoti so offering and failing an stwrtsaid, and being otherwise qualified, shall be entitled to vote lv tbe aatue manner aud to the Ml extent as if be had in fact performed IMb act; aud any judge, Inspector, or other officer of election whoße duty it is or shall brt to receive, count, certify, register report, or give effect to tbe vote of any audi citizeu who suali wrongfully >ofu>e or omit to receive, count, ctrtif-, register, report, or give effect to tbe vote uf nuch cit izeu upon tbe presentation by him of his affidavit HUtlng such offer aud pia- « the*oof, and tbe name ol the uttic<r or person whosa duty it was to act there on, and tbat he waa wrongfully prevented by such person or officer from perfarmijg such act, ulmtl tor every ruch offooco forfeit and _>ay the sum ot live hundred dollars to the person ..grieved there by, to be recovetod by an action on the OMO. vi'h full costs aud snch allowance for counsel i**iw *s the curt shall deem j'lst, aud sball a no for every such offence be guilty ol a m >: lun in '■'.. and Hbull.ou conviction thereof, be fined not less th.»n live hun dred dollars, or bo imp isone-t not less than one month and not more lhau one year, ur both, at the discretion of the court, fcEO. 4. And bo it father enacted, That If any person, by f-.-rce, bribery, throats, iotiml dutiou .or other unlawful buhlh, Bh'tll bin der, deUy, prevent, or obstruct, or shall combine and confederate with ot Iters to hinder, delay, prevent, or obstruct, auy citizen from doing any act rt quired to be done to itiulify him to vote or from voting at any electiou as uforesa d. Bu.h poison ah ill for evory such uffouce foifeit tnd pay the kuui ol five hundred dollars to 'he person there by, to bn recovered by an action ou 'lu l ra-e, with full costs iiud such aliowumuf re utistl ft es us the court bhall deem just, and shall also for every such offence be cuilty of amisdemeauor.nud shall, ou con vict-on thereof, bo fined uH less thim Qvo hundred dollars, or bo imprisoned not less than inoirh aad not more than one }ear, or both, at the discre tion of tho court. fcJKU. 6. Mid by it fortius enacted, That it any por 808 shad prevent, hinder, coutrol, or intimidate, or shall attempt to prevent,hind r, control ur intimi date, auy person from exercising or in exercising the right of suffriign, to wnooi th* right of suffrage is secur*d or guaranteed by the flltuenth anibudmen*'. to the Constitution of tbo Uuited States, by una us of bribery, threat*, or threats of depriving such per son of emptoj U6&t or occup-ition, or of ejecting IMS. person from rented hou-.e, or other property, or by threalsof refusing to ft now lease or contracts for labor, or by thrtatß of violence to bimaa fur Dually, such person so effondiug shall be dtiemed guilty of a nusilcmoauor, aud t-hall, on conviction thereof, be flued uot less tbun Aye hundred tlotlats, or bo imprisoned not less tha-i one month an 1 uot more than one year, or both, at the ditcretiou of the court. -to H. Aud halt further enacted, That the district courts of tbe United htates, wuhln tiitlr respective districts, sball have, exclusively of the courts of the iev'Tßt Stat' s, cognizance of all crimen and oflencea committed against the provisions of this act and also, concurrently with the circuit courts of the United States, of all causes, civil aud criminal, aris ing this act except M herein otherwise pro vid»d aud the juriadictbm horehy conferred shall be oxorcisnd iv couf ■initty with tho la*'a and practice governing United States PDfirtl ; and all rrinica and i.fl\ncea committed against tt;o provisions ol this act n.ay bo prosecuted by ths luthctinont of a grand jury, or, iv cases of crimes and aflsnoes-Ot in f amous the prosecution may bo eit'eV by indictment or in f rmition filod by the district attorney in a court having i BHodJotLnt. [Genbiul Xatubk—No. 10.] AN ACT to enforce the provisions of the fourteenth amendment to the constitu tion of the United States, and for other Be it enacted by the Somite and House of Representatives of tho Uuited States of America iv Congress assembled, That any person who, under colot of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage of any State, shall subject, or causo to be subjected, any person within tho jur isdiction of the Uuited State.-! to the depri vation of any rights, privileges, or immu nities secured by the constitution of the United States, any such law, statute, ordi nance, regulation, custom, or usage; of tho Stite to tho contrary notwithstanding, shall be liable to tho party injured in any action at law, suit inequity, or other proper proceeding for redress ; such pr-oeedhig to be prosecuted In tho sevtral district or cir cuit courts of tho United States, with and subject to tha same rights of appeal, review upon error, and other remedies provided in like cases in such courts, uuder tho provi sions of tho act of the ninth of April, 18G6, entitled "an act to protect all per sons in the Uuited States in their civil rights, and to furnish the means of their vindication ; and the other remedial laws of the United State, which are in their nature applicable in such oses. Sec. 2. That if two or mora persons within any State or Tenitory of the United States shall conspire together to overthrow, or to put down, or to destroy by force the government of the United Stiles, or to levy war against the United Stales, or to oppose by force the authority of the govern ment of the United States, or by force, intimi dation or threat to prevent, hinder or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess auy property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, or by force, intiuiida* tion or threat, to prevent any person from accepting or holding any office of trus or place of confidence under tbe United Stites, or from discharging the dutica there of, or by fin cc, intimidation or threat lo in duce any ollicer of the Uuited States to leave any State, district or place, where his duties as such officer might lawfully be performed, ot to injure him in his person or property on ac count of bis lawful discharge nf the duties of his office, or to injure his person while engaged in the lawful discharge of the duties of his office, or to injure his property so as to molest, hinder, interfere with or impede him in the discharge ot his official dutj, or by force, in timidation or threat to deter any party or witness in any court of the United States from attending such court, or from testifying in any matter pending in such court, fully, freely and truthfully, or to injure any such party or wit ness in his person or property on account of bis having so attended or testified, or by furco, intimidation or threat to influence the verdict, piesentment or indictment of any juror or grand jiuor in any court of the United States, or to Injure such juror in his person or property on account of any verdict, presentment or indictment lawfully assented to by him, or on account of his being or having been such juror, or shall conspire together, or go in disguise upon the public highway or upon the premises ol anotb er for the purpose, either direoily or indirect ly, of depriving any person or sny class of per sons of the equal protection of the laws, or of equal privileges or immunities under tbe laws, or for the purpose of preventing or hindering the constituted authorities of any State from giving or securing to all persons'within such Statu the equal protection of the laws, or shall conspire together for tbe purpose of in any manner impeding, hindering, obstructing, or defeating tho due course of justice iv any State or Territory, with intent to deny to any citizen of the United Stites the* due aud equil protection of the laws, or to injure any person in hispeisouor hispropertj for lawfully enforcing: tbe right of any peison'or any class of persons, to tbe equal protection of tbe lews, or by force, Intimidation, or threat to preven any citizen of tbt) United States lawfully .nti tied to rote from giving hissnpport or irfvoci or In a law ul mmner towirds or in firor n tho election of any lawfully qualified pnrso ■s in eleclor of President or Vi c Preaiden of the United Stites, or as a member of tb Congress of the United States, or to injur any such citizen in his person or property o account of sucb suppott or advocacy, eic and every person so offending shall b doomed guilty of a high crime, and upon conriction thereof in any dir-trlc or circuit court of the United States or district or supreme court of any territory o Ilnited States baring jurisdiction of sitni fences, shall be punished by a fine not less five hundred nor moro than five thou-snd rs, or by imprisonment, with or without labor, as the court may determine, for a iof not less than six months nor more six years, as tbe court may determine, or inch fine aud imprisonment as the court determine. And it any one or more per" ngeged in my such conspiracy sball do, IN to be done, any act in lutthcraoce of iject of such cnnspiiacy, v.-hereby my ) shall be injured in his person or pmr c ■ deprived ni having and ixerci.ing auy or ptirilegi! of a citizen of the United , the peraon bo injured or deprived of igbtsand privileges may have and tnain n action tor tbe recoveiy t f damages oc« ed by such injury or deprivation ol and privileges against any one or more person** engaged in such conspiracy, ction to be prosecuted iulhe proper dis trict or circuit court of tbe United States, with and subject to the same rights of appeii, reriew upon error, and other remedies piori ded in like cases in sucb courts under tbe provision* of the act of Apiil ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty mx, entitled "An act to pro tect all persons in tbe United States in their civil rights, and to furnish the means of their vindication." Sec. 3. That in all ciseswhere insurrection, dotnestio riolence, unlaw ul combinations, or conspiracies in any State shall so obstruct or hinder the execution of tho laws thereof, and of the United States, as to deprire any por tioD or class of the people of such State of any of the rights, privileges, or immunities, or pro. tecti' n, named iv the Constitution and secured by this act, and the constituted authorities of such State sball ei'her be unable to protect, or shall, from any cause, fail in or refuse protec tion of the people in such rights, such facts sball be deemed a denial by such State of equal protection of tho laws to wbich they are en titled under the Constitution of the United Stites ; and in all such cases, or whenever any such insurrection, violence, and uulawful com bination, or conspiracy shall oppose or obstruct the laws of tbe United States, or the due exe cution thereof, or impede or obstruct tbo due course of justice under tbo same, it shall be lawful for the President, and it shall be bis duty to take such uieaurcs, by the employment of tbe militia or tho land and naral forces of the United States, or of either, or by other means, as he may deem necessary for the sup pression of such Insurrection, domestic violence or combinations; and any person who shall be arrested under the provisions of this and the preceding section shall be delivered to the mar shal of the proper district, to bi dealt wilh ac o.nding to law. Stc. 4. That whenever in any State or part of a Slate tho unlawful combinations named in tho prectding section of this act shall be organized and armed, and so numerous and powerful as to be able, by violence, to either overthrow or ret at defiance tbe c instituted authoriiies of such State, and of the United Iviihin such State, or when the oonsti. uthoiities are in complicity with, or jonnire at the unlawful purposes h powerful and armed combina and whenerer, by reason of eith. r ot the causes aforesaid, the conrio such offenders nnd the preservation uf lie safety shall b-cooie in such dis. ipracticable, in erery such case such itiooa shall bo deemed a rebellion the Unitrd Slates, and during tbe con a of such rebellion, and within the liin ie district which shall be so under the ireof, Buch limits to be prescribed by ation, it shall be lawful ior tho Presi the United States, when in his judg o public safety may rt quire it, to eus -3 privileges of the writ ot habeas cor he end that such rebellion may bo over- Provided, Tbat all tbe pro of the second Ecction of t entitled "An act relating s corpus, and regulating judicial pro I in certain cases," approved March ghteon hundred and sixtv-tbree, which i the discharge of prisoners other than sot war, and to the penalty for rcfus- Sey the order of tbe court, shall be in ■.' bo far as the same are applicable to isionsof this section : Provided, Tbat id.-ut shall first bare made procl.ima now provided by law, commanding mrgents to disperso : And provided at the prorisions of this section sball i force after thu end of tbe next rega in of Congress. . That no person shall be a grand or or in any court of the United States inquiry, hearing, or trial of any suit, ng, or prosecution based*upon or aiis r tho provisions of this act who shall, dgment of the court, be in complicity such combination or conspiracy J and ich juror sball, before entering upon inquiry, hearing, or trial, take and ; an oath in open court tbat he has ireclly or indirectly, counselled, ad • voluntarily aided any such cunbina onspiracy; and each and every person II tike this oath, and sball therein Isely, shall bo guilty of perjury, and subject to tbo pains and penalties de rainst tb3t crime, and the first section t entitled "An act defining additional f challenge and prescribing an addi th tor grand and petit, jurors iv the tates courts," approved Juno seven, igbteen hundred and sixty-two, be, ame is hereby, repealed. . That any person or persons baring p that auy of tbe wrongs conspired ono and mentioned in the second f this act are about to be committed, og potver to prevent or aid in prevent able sball neglect or refuse to do, and mgf'ul act shall be committed, cucb ■ persons shall be liable to tbe person or bis legal representatives, for all caused hy any such wrongful let eh first named person or persons by le diligence could hare prevented, damages may be recovered in an ac le case in the proper circuit court of ■d States, and any number of persons such wrongful neglect or refusal may I as defendants in such action"; that such action shall be oui viihin one year after such cause of ill have accrued, and if the death of n sball be caused by any such wrong d neglect, the legal representative ut insed person shall have such action and may recover not exceeding maaes thereon for the benefit of the ' such deceased person, if any there there be no widow, for the benefit of If kin of such deceased person. That nothing herein contained shall to supersede or repeal any former # except so far as the same may be t tßereto; and any offences hereto lifted agaiust the tenor of any former be piuseeuted, and any proceeding immenced lor the prosecution tbere e continued and completed, the saniu act had not been passed, except so provisions of this act may go to sus ahdale such proceedings. cd. April 20, 1871. .0 Bo.Ui.MON ONIfKV HUM PACKAGIS 1 m'ut, the BEST TIIINM ot tjc kind ever ale iv this market. Haofa one eoutaiun goal Note Paper, 10 good ftnvolopes, cad Pencil, 1 lliinii Bo It 1 p, v Holder, 1 Pen, 1 Card Pic vie, h package is gunrautted to contain fiom :o $5.00 IN GREENBACKS. 5 0 cents. em* re-eived to all Newspapers, Maga t pabUlberi' rale JOHNSTON * SEf.DEN, dealers, 018 Main str.ot, Richmond, Va. Met Court of the United States for the Ulatriet of Virginia, itter of W b Allen- a bankrupt—in bank- I ."l"ej. District of Virginia, si: Hallo. Is her. by giTeo thai the list general meet iniicf Ids creditors of the said W D Al'en, bankrupt will bo held at ParmvUla, at the i lllee of W M ! Poron, Kni , one ol the Resistor . tey, iv said district,OH 'lie ;: I day of April, 1871, a. 1" o'clo-k A. M., for tho puipos. s name i in the "/"th aud -nil sections of tb. bankrupt a t of March '2nd, Jltod at Fanjiville.lbc Blh day of April, 1871. AUCTION HALES, SALE OF TUB FFKRCTB OK TUB lfAR> BANK OF VirtQl>lA. In ohetliorice to a decree ol the Circuit Court of the United Htal.s for the D strict of Virginia, the under signed will, on the 22D DAY OF JUNB NfXT, tie iunlnrr. a~ 10 o'clock AM.lt the Conrt Jlou'e uo >r ol sai I court, In the Custom.House building, in the city ol lticninoml, make sale, for ca-h, of all the effect* of the r-ii ini'in' Ba k of Virginia, consisting of BONDS, BILLS, N• TBS, JUBUHtNTa, D»- Cttß.Ki, a.id whatsoever else there be. Creditor, of the B»nk, whose c'aims hire bten I lowed, are, under said decne, entit>vd to set off at [>'ir their claims against any purchases of said effects they may make. A d.scriptivo list of said .fleets may be seen at the office ol liavid .1. launders, on Klerenth etrert, be tween Main and Bank, In Richmond, which ton pub lic are Invited to call and exam ne. Thi. hit will be printed for cln alatloa, and will lie read,- as soon as it cau be pr.nari.d. DAVID J. SAUNfIKRS, Receiver It) 15—l.wtds Farmers' Bank of Vlrirn. a. Salk Off tub Humors or tub BA.NIi Or VIKUINIA. In obcilience to a decree of the Clrclut Conrt of tho Unite I -t itcs for the Disrict of Virginia, the uu dtrsfgni ii will, on tho 29tb DIV Of JUNK NEXT, beginning it 10 o'clock A. M,at the Conrt-Housr ■l..or of flaid Court, in the <'■:- i n.-M. u-o building.ln tie rrtf of Richmond, ruako sale, for cush, ot all the ► FKECTa nf the BaNK OF VIHQINIA, coueistlng of BONDS, BIU.S, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, Dfc- UrthES and whittsoovor t-l.e thore ho. Creilltos ol the Bmk, whoee claims hays heen al I »ed, are, under Bald di-o cc, entltlo I to ret i ff at par 11 etr claims against any puic'ia-es of said edicts i hey nniy -nake. A de.cilpiive list nf said effects miyboteen at the counting hou-eof 8. C. Tardy, one ot the undersigned, on Seven tun n and Hock streets, or at the office ol li. J. faun eie, on Eleventh street, betweeu Main md Uaulr.. in Kiclnu 'ud, which the publio are In vited to call aud examlM This list will he printed lor circulation, ar.d It will be idveniscd when leadv. DAVID J. SAUNDtKS, S. C TAIiDV, Receivers Bank of Virginia. March iljth, 1871. mh -/l -laatd. v - .1.. (•. -- A SSIONBB'S BALK. Ity virlue of a decree of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Viiginla •'uleo May 9th, 1871, tin nuc'erelgned will sell, at Giouco-tor 0. 11., Va., at J2 o'clock M. on the sth DAY OF JUNE, 1871, ONE IIUVLRBD AND SIXTY" ACRES Or LAND, in Gloucester caunty, surrendered by Madison Rlche son, baiikrupt. TKIiMS—O c third cash; the residue in six and twelve rnenths, to be seemed by negotiable nite-, ailh good s airily, iut.ru ■ t added, and title retained uut'l lltn parch.si money shall have been paid, with tower ot rus.li> if B aid n dcs he not paid at maturity. JACOB CO!IN, Assignee my rf Madison Richeson. Bankrnpt. .-•»■■...-II 11, SU.kS. I T S. MAKSHAc's BALE. By viriueof writio. venditioni exponas issued from the clerk's office of tho Unlle.l States Disti let Court for tbo Eastern District of Vtrgfnfa, aid to me di rect, d, 1 shall proceed to soil, at PUBLIC AUCTION, for cash, on WEDNESDAY. THE 31st DAY OP MAY, 1871, In front of the Custom-Pcuae at Petersburg, Va., it 11 o clock A M, the following property to wit : Five (a) Barrtls of APPLE BRANDY, Cue (1) Barrel of PEACH BRANDY, Two (ii Kegs of WHISKEY, Two (2) Kegs of ALE, Ouo |1) Barrel of VINEGAR, and Twelve (12) Empty SPIRIT CASKS. Also, one (I) MULE and one (1) CART. Parties desiring to purchase are invited to attend DAVID B. PAItttER, U. 8. Marshal. By JOHN W. FaRRKLL, Deputy. Tatid Norfolk, Va, May 12, 1871. my 13—1 Jt IT a- MARSHAL'S SALB. By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas issued from thecleik'soffl c of the Unned States District Court lor Urn Eastern District of Virginia, and to me directed, I shall proceed to sell, at PUBLIC AUC TION, for cosh, on WEDNESDAY, THE 24rU DAY OF MAY, 1871, in the store-room of tho Custom.House, at Norfolk. Va., at 11 o'clock A. M., the following propo.ty, to wit: Two (2; Packages of APPLE BRANDT. Also, ouo(l) l/KWlErt WORM and one (1) COP PER STILL,and CAP. Persons desiring to purchase aro invited to attend. DAVID B I'ARKER, U. 8. Marshal. By JOHN W. KARKBLL, liepuiy. Datod Nolfolk, va, May 12,1-71. my 13—191, ITS. MARSHAL'S SALE By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas issued by clirk of the U. S. District Court for tin JSa&torn D strict ot Virginia, da.cd Apnl 14th, 1871, against thegtioisaud ohattall of Win. M Sultou a On., I shall proce-d to sell at aucriun, for cash, TIIUKSIMY, MAY ißiu, 1871, U-, LMtUV-MCKM, OHAUMjIAaLjf *• ""**' COURT 01UH.ll>,. UNITED a ATKH lUSTRCOT COURT FOR THE fcASTaRN DIBIRIOT OF VIRGINIA, RICII -.UJ.VD, VA., AI'RIL IS, 1871. ORDhRKD that John aMULan Smith bo substi tuted in the pla c ot Liwis K. f lionv as Assignee in all cases iv which said Uigby has acted heretofore up to this date, and that tho resignation of said liigly be accepted as soon as sad Smith shall Ale witu the clem of still court a bond satisfactory to the clerk, or Register Forbes, in Ihe penally 01 five thousand dollars for the laithfuf perlorniauce of du ties uh fcll..h assignee iv the cases aloresald. JOHN 0 UNDERWOOD, District Judge. A ttue copy—Teste, E. J. U.vntnwoijD, 1.'.-.mil Clerk. I. Edward J. Unilorwood, clerk of the District Court of the United Mates for the Eastern District of Vir g via, do hereby certify that John Ambler Smith, E o, , has tlii-.. day li-ed bis bond as requited by the foregoing order of court, and the same is hereby ap proved. lv witness whereof, I Lave hereunto signed my liuuioand aiiiiod tho sial of our said couit, this „"d day or April. A. 0.1871. E.J. UNDERWOOD, t'P -* - tf Di.trlct Clerk. UNITsS SI'ATKS DUTBIOT C"UMT FOR THE Western District *f Virginia, at Abingdon—ln VacatL-u. tUprMntitativoa, by vntuo ot taid act, fur tbo pabli trntkn ■ f the law* Mid In-atiu,; aud baring betu (.ffl. cial)i -otifiod t.-y 8-ii i clwrk, under date o' 21W i__t, thai be hal. en the Rib iuntau.-, selected for that4>nr p .aTfll BfAYI Journal, Kii:iimtmd, uud the l ti& --t ooal Virginia;!,'" Eioluaoad, I do accordingly re ■ i I'l-i unr.-r L*v(t.i|ijrii inait: by me for alt »_ch alt-rtmerufuts ot>e made .„ Ihe '*M uchburg Prow," and direct that hereafter (bay bo ..übllebed iv one or th* other of the oewe|j_peri lateeted an afore-said by Ihe dark of tho Houtt vi fcpreaentatftva* AI.EX HIVE?, U. 8. Dtetrlet Ju'lge for the Western bit*:. »f Ye. Elan I i -burg, Slat March, 1871. ,;,I ,** r " R - £»«*». Clerk of U.S. Übrtrißt and Cir- E. S. Watson ELGIN W A T G HES! tnVttttWt, In., o.:t. 4, 1669. The Watch, in my estimation, has no superior as a correct marker of Time. Its finish aud cntiie workmanship give evidence of the great skill em ployed in their manufacture. I commend them to all ptrsona whodwniie peifect time keepers. JOHN M. PALMER, Governor of Illinois. NO MOVEMENTS RETAILED BY THE COMPANY £$*Citll ou your Jeweler and ask to ace the tlgln IVa* la s. Business Cfll 'd and Salesroom National Watch Company, ISO and IGt Lake Mi en, Chicago. 1 >■.:•(.!•. :i Lane, itny Yoik. myl6—il'iiaw t 4(78 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITKD States for the Kruteru District ot Virginia Iv ihe matter of i".o. M. Campbell, baukiupt—ln ban It run toy. To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned. IV. I Clark, of Fiel.rck e'ly. Va., hereby gives notice of bis appointment as aMtgn>. of the estate of BO M ■ iimphi 11, ot Frederii k eo'tv. ill .aid district, wha WM, an the •". idiyi.l Eci.'y, IS7I, a.lju.lgcd n bankrupt on his own petition by Ibe District Court of said district. Dated Winchester, April it, 1871. my 1-Miw W L. CI.ABK, issifne. STARKE'S DIXIE PLOW. BY I.WITATION.OK Hit. F. C. WILLIAMS, OF the county of Nottowey, a number of gen tlemen as-embled at |fil. re«idenc« Saturday, Der.m ocrlO totefct by practical experiment rhi eoapar atlve value of the DIXIK PLOW, n auufartured ey Starke h Co, end any otter that might ent.r the Ii .Id of competition. Tbo plows were taken to the field at half past two P. M , the following gentlemen acting as judge* : F. W. apes, J. U. Williams, Robert rcott, Jus. 8. Oil' Ham, Wm. T. Christian, llfcb.rd Kpej. Dr. Darritig, .Sidney Grave., Walton Sydnor, f. C Williams, v] N. "cay, and J. M. Hurt. Mr. S. Grave, and l\.-.lt n tfydoor were ihe priticipal plowmen Mr W. Syduor wo-klogtho Watt plow and 8 Graves 111 Dixie h-th it whom handled theui with masterly sk II ard suocosi. —« . lie p.ows entered were the Dixie two horse iTgut and left-band plow., and the -»att two-horse left hand. Soon after the trial commenced, Ihe beam of tho Dixie r gilt hand broke In two and was laid aside, the contest being narrowed to the Watt left hand and Dixie left-hand. The soil first selected was a stubble loam without soil; but as th. pi >w» were nea, and did not turn in consequence of the roughness of tbe castings, after a short tilal ft wan decided to take th.m into au ither Hold wrier.- tbe soil was a well-trodden, tenacious clay, » ith a timo thy sod cove od with vegetation md with draw. The plows here performed their work admirably, cutting and uining cl.ar without choking. As the Dixie was a new comer, as the contest waxed «arui most of tbe judges took hold of it to run personally its practical working. Wliilo there Is no Intention to do injustice to any, is Linker party bad agent or n pros -illative present, and 1 otli p|..ws old well, y.t the trial. »itb the award of the judge., Is deetne-i of sufßcieut Importance to the in i. re.t of egtlcnltliie to justify its publication. Ihe award of the Judges was unanimously in favor of the Dixie ou the following grounds: Ist. It cut a dieper furrow. 2d. It cm a wider furrow. 3d It inure i (factually invalid the sod. 4th. Tbe draft t,cemed to bo no greater. Sill. The michaai al arrangement for altering cut wan deemed more simple and efficient. At the conclusion if the trial some of the judges ' were so pleased is lo determine to order them f.r ' their own nse. J. M. HURT, Secretary. I certify that th. above was sent to the Richmond "Whi x " for publication by myself; tbat lam not acquainted with Mr. otarkoj that he had novw .«n the pa; er and know nothing of its contents, and was fn 11 i wtse a party to the trl.l of the plows alluded 7 18"! '* "' HDM F. C. Willaims January 9,1871. I co not believe in plow trials made by tho manu facturers themselves, but bone that every farmer wi 1 a', once niako a full tr'al of tbe DIXIE with every plow he can find, and buy that which does the bast work. I have not been able to supply the de mand, nor fill my orders far sometimo, and Dust leave field-trials where they rightly belong— to farm ers themselves. P H BTARKE, ap 13— w3m r»—: No IHO Main street. HARVEST OF 1871. TUB ATTENTION OF ALL FARMERS IS IN vlted to nor stock of Agricultural Implement. INS) ;FARM MACHINERY. We aim to hive tbe best in tbe country,and invite examination and ccmp.irisou. We iro the GENERAL AGENTS for THK CLIPPER MOWER, McCORMICK.'» HARVESTERS, KIRBY 8 REAPERS and MOWERS, PITT'S and GHSER'S THRESHERS, 4c. For the fullest descripti-n, with price, write for i copy of our Catalogue for 18T1. Address II- SI. SMITH & CO., Manufacturers, ip 26— wlra P. O. Box S, Richmond, Va. lS>r FIRST PREMIUM rji. IMPROVER FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. 112 60 clear profit per day. $76 00 per week. $300 per month made EASY by auy LADY or GENTLE MAN Introducing this GENUINE and Oi IGINAL OLD FAVORITE. With its many new aud practical additions, making the moßt complete combination of valuable and useful improvemmts ever etfected In in any one machine. The embodiment of extreme simplicity, efficiency and utility, entirely different In model aud design trom any low priced machine. It Is the most Berviceable.etegantand reliable FAMILY SEWIftQ MACHINE ever Invented, gives perfect satisfaction wheiever introduced Has received PRE MIUMS, tood the fit of 10 years, and is fully ap. proved oi by every family who bave then, in use. Is noiseless, maku the strong and beautiful ELASTIC LOCK STITCH, with wonderful rapidity a d cer tainty. Sews anything a needle will go through, trom the fluent to the thickest fabric, firm and ueat, with ease. Uses all kinds of silk or thread direct from the spool; is improved with new sell-acting feed, spring tension, sell-guider, and uses the adjus table straight needle, perpendicular motion, with powerful lever action. Possosßes all the good qualities of tbe beat high priced machines condensed. without their complication, or fault. Samples of ■an log SENT FREE ou receipt of stamp. For cer tificates. Ao, see DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS, mailed froo. A thorough practical sewing machine for liinillv use.—"Tribune. A very strong and re liable machine, at a low price.—''Standard." This beau itul sowing machine is one of the most inge nious pieces uf mechanism ever tnvented.—"Demo crat," Ga. Worth many times it cost to any family. —"N. Y. Weekly." It is quite a new machine with Its many late Improvements, and sews with aetonish- Ing ease, rapidity and neatness.—"Republican,"N. Y. Single machine, as samples, selected with care, for FAMILY DBK. with everything COMPLETE, sent to any part of the country per express, packed fn strong wooden box, FREE, ou receipt of price, $a 00. Sr s delivery of goods guaranteed. For. ard cash by ROISTERED LETTERS, or P 0. MONEY OKDKR, at our risk. Agents wanted, male or femaio, every where. Now pamphlets containing extra liberal In ducements sent free. Address FAMILY SEWING MACHINE CO., Of fice 86 Nassau street, New York. oc7—w ly I N I'HB CIRCUIT COURT OP THK UNITKD I STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Richmond, Va., April Bth, 1871: R. A. Vaiou AG.INST James River Insurance Company, IN EQUITY—ORDER OVERRULING DEMURRER AND DIRECTING ACCOUNT. This day thiscaune came on again to I c heard upon the amcndo I bill of tbo plaintiff and the ceom-rer ef I) J Ilartnook, one of the defendants, filed by leavo cf court and was argued by counsel. On ootuldera tion whereof, and for reeious appearing to the couit. tlie court doih overrule the said demurrer. Audit appearing to the court that this cause has been regu l.rly matured at the Rules and set for hearing as to all tho deteudauts except J X Dill id, Robrrt W Ei som andOoorge T Jor.es. upon whom process has nut been served, and the bill of the plaintiff having b.-en taken for confessed as to all ol the defendants ex cept the said defendants upon whom process has not lee a seived, aud W O big.io. II 0 llai tsook, .1 J Hopkins, George J lluod'ey, J R Ward, 1) J Hart- Book and William P Shepherd; aud now tb'B cause came on to be beaid on the papers lorraerly read, tae bills, exhibits, the ausvrer of D J Harlsook and «11- Ham P Shepherd, the petitions of William D Ligon, B C Harts jok, J J Hopkins, George J Hundley and J R Ward together with the special rapomi of the receiver, J A Lynhatn, upon each ol said petitions. And it appearing to the court that final Annas,try consent, have been made as to the said Wlliiaiii I) l.igon, B C Hirtsook, J J Uopklns, George J Hund ley and J X Ward, on consideration wh.ikof tbe oourr, vritluut at this time passing upon any ol the questions raised by the answers of defendants lud withaut prijud.ee to the rights of any of the defen dants, doth adjudge, order and decree that .Jam s Pleasants, of tho ctty of Richmond who is hereby app.anted a spi cial Comm'Ssioner for tho purpose, do lake the following account.: Ist An ace- unt of all debts duo or to become due from the Jan.ci River Insurance Company, togothor wiih the i rioritieß thereof. 'id. An account of all debts dlie from i ach of the I'efendauts except the the said William I) bigon, B l 1 Hart-,.. U, .I J Hopkins, George J Hundley an 1 J R Wai J . With the e.n si.reunion aud evidence th roof. 3J. An account showing all other assets cf tho said Jamil River Insurance Company. 4th. An account of the funds in the hands of John A hi unam, receiver in this cause. sth. Auy other matter demed pertimnt by the C jutmiasloner, or required by auy party, aud make report of all said matters to courr. Ami the court doth further ordor that plblication by the Commis sioner for once v week toi four successive weeks in the YiccisjA. r-Tvii .lutiuNAL, mill lusnuie other pa per published In tbe city of Richmond for a like time, .bowing the time and place of taking the said ... .a.nuts, ~: all be equivaleLt to personal Korvice on the parties. JOHN 0. TJNDBRWOOD, April Bth, 1671. District Judge. A true copy—Tette : M. K. PLEASANTS, Clerk. CoHwas.or-a'a Office, ) Richmond, Apr 1 24, IH7I. j Notice Is here' y siren that I bo* appointed ray office in i.i'b ofta t No. 1114 Mmi fttfMt, as 'lie place, it in! TdUKSOAY. tbe 26t0 day of May. 1671, at the hour of 12 M., a- the time tor tekfcg the at count**, muklny theitHju ri._and (tjenerally executing the du ties dlre.teil nr.ti prescribe .1 by tho foregoing decree: when and vlMf* all pet mum ui'ere-.tr'd ar« r*i_i.iirtd to be pretv.ut, with the pip in netest*,- \ to ti at.'c me to respond to the matters rt-i- rrud to me by tiaid decree. Oi-iMi under my haud at Kit l.m .i-!. thin 24th April, 1671. JAMrU PbKAHAN'If, ap *_*— Tu4w apaoia) CobhulhU Mr, 1 >ALTIMTSB~IiOCK HOSPITAL. fOTAaUKBXD AS A REFUGE FBOM UUACKERV. BE OKLY PLACE WHKKE A CUE* CAS BK OBTAIr.EL>. DR. JOHNSTON tin discover, id tin uiosl certain gently, and only effectual remedy la tho world tor Woaknem- of tbe Back or Limbs, Strictures, ACec ■lons of the Kidneys aid Moulder, Involuntary du> ■■-. Impctency, General Debility, Ner.ciunaa. Ujipauala, Languor, Low Splilti, Uoniui on ot Idea. Palpitation oi the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dun nes" cf Siirlit or Oiriuinat*, l)i«eiisos ol the How: .'•iroet, None or KUln, Affections of the i.nr.»s, Stom! •i'h or Howe Is—those t.-irib'- disorders arrisfng from bo Solitary Habit, of Voutb-lhone secret and soli. ary practice, more fat 1 to their victims thin tb. •ongof Syreni to the Mariner of DI7MH, blighting heir most brill lint bonis or anticipations, rendering •larrteges, he, impossible. YOUNG) MBN, (specially, who have become the victims of Solitude Via., that dreadful aLd destructive hrblt wbicti annu ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands ol Yocur Hen of tlio incut exalted talent and brilliant Intellect .ho might otherwise bave entrance] listening Beu -iti-B with the thunders of eloquence, or waited to icstacy the living lyree, may rail with fall ocafl. lencc. MARIUAOJS Married Persons, or Youig Men ooutenirlatlug .unrriage, being aware of prij.ical weak joss, oiganlo lebilttioa, delorniltlee, Ac, speedily cured. tie win- places hiuisuif uudar the care of 111. J. nay religiously confide on his tumor us a geni!i..ner an] contTfeutly rely upuu his iiltill as a pbystcfin ORUANIO WbAI£NKBB. •*nd marriage impossible—fa the penalty paid by tbe rictim* ot impropei iudulgenciee. Young persons are too apt tocoiutnitt excesriea from not being aware uf the dreadful mmsMfleittJes that may ensue, Now who that understands the subject will pretend to .iany that the power ot procreation is lout sooner by ihoeu .vlliug 'Utu improper babhj thaa hy the pro d-nt! Beaidea being deprived of the pleasurea ol Ueaitby ouapriug, the most serioua and deatractJ.s symptom* to both body aud mind arise. The ay*u<;_ becomes deranged # tho physical and mental inner*',.,, weakened, loss of procrcai.ve power, nervous irrita (lity, dyspepsia, palpitation oi tU heart indiges natltutional debility. _ wa«ti_g of the frame -cuk'js, consumption, 4-0. Orrzoa No. 7 Sooth ffatoiiucx Stbm*. '.eft hand nido going from Baltimore afreet, a lev doors from the comer. Fail not to observe the name and number. tothna must be paid and contain a stamp. Tbe Doctor's .Diploma* hang in h:s office. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London graduate from ono of tho most eminent Colleges in tho United (Staled, and the greator part of whose lite Km been spent in the hospitals of London, Paria Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected home of the mo&i H-tonlahiug cures that wore ever known; m»uy troubled with ringing in the head and eara when asleep, groat uerrotitmucia, being alarmed at sodden sound*, haehfnlrt'Ba, with frequent blushing, attended totnetlmea with a derangement of the rand ware rared immediately. Vr. J. addresses all those who hare Injured them selves by improper lodulgenciea and solitary habits which ruin l;.;th body and mind, unfitting them f«r !.uiii:friH, study, society or marriage. : 'ahese are soino of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habit* of youth, viz; Weakness of hi "ftck und Limbs, Pa.ca in the Head, Ulmnosa of Right, Loea of Hascular Power, Palpitation of the Dvspeptia, Nervous Irritability, Derangeine.t I >f the Pigoetive Functions, l/ei'iii;y,gymp ton.c cf Consumption. The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded. Lose of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, I*e preaaion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, kc | _re some of the evila produced. Thousands ef persona of all ages can now Juuge what is the cause of (heir declining health, loosing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, norvoue and ema ciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes, cough end r-ymptems of consumption. ZOUNG MEN who nave injured themselves by a certain practice indulged in when elo'je—ahat.it frequently learned from evil cornpcn.ona or at school, the effeeta of which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured i jLidtra marriage impossible, and destroys both minj aud body— should apply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of hie oOuntry, the pride uf hia parents, should be anatched from all proapecu and enjoyments of life hy thocon sequence of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit. Suoh perso.? ii~BT ( before contemplating MAr.RIAGE, reflect that a aou_d mind and body are the most nen* aeaary requititca to promote connobia! happiness; in* docd, without Ideae, thojourneythrouoh life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prenpect hourly darkens to the view, the mind becomes ahadowed with dispair aud filled with the fuelaucholy reflection that the happineefi of another becomes blighted with oar own- BISSASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure finds he hus imbibed the seeds of this paiu- MiUeaMst.it too often happens that an ill-timed aonse of shame or dreaU of discover) deters him from ap plying to those, who, from education and respecta bility, can alone befriend him. He falls into the hands cf ignorant and designing pretenders, who, in capable of curing, filch hia pecuniary autatance, keep him trifling month after mouth, or as long as the smallest tee ran be obtained, ami with diapuii leave him with ruined uonlth to sipb ovef hia galling dir appointment; or. by tho use of that deadly poison Mercuiy, hasten the constitutional symptoms of the terrible disease, such aa Affection cf the Head. Throat, Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapidity till death puts a period to his dreadful suffer ing by •.ending him to that undiecovt-red oountr from who*™ '.onme no travell*-* - patnrns. ENDORSKMifiNI' OF THE PRESS The many thousands cured ot this institution within the last eighteen years, at d the numerous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit neaaed by the reporters of the "Ban" and manyothcr papers, notices ef which appear od again and again before the public, beaidet: his standing aa a gentle man of character and rcepci:s!Miity, fa a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted. SKIN DISEASES liPiiSUILY OUBBP. Persons writing ehulud be particular in directing their letter* to Uf -mutation !■ tbe following man- JOSH bT, JOHMfITOK M. I>., mraliook Hospital, $1,000 REWARD DKiS.'NO'st VIA fUO A cures all Ltvor, Kidney md Bladder Disease., Organic Weakness, female, Afflic tions, General Pebilllya nd complaints of the Uri nary Organs, iv mile and female. $1,000 will alno be paid for any rase of Blind, Bleeding or Itcbing I'ILES that Dußihu'b Pill Rut 10Y falls to cure. 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