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American Inatltnte and Farmers'
Improved Stock tor California.—
James Quinn, Yreka, California, writes :"I
eeo Oscar Eaton Is dri.iDg the same kind
of nails East that most of our cattle men
drive here, to wit: that cattle can be raised
In large herds roving through the dry,
worthless mountain lands so cheap that
those investing iv good stock and land
cannot compete with them. I wish tho
Club would discuss this subject." Mr.
Curtis expressed the opinion that the roam
ing herds of the plains must have infused
into them fresh and improved blood, or
they will surely degenerate. And it will
always pay some one to keep and supply
such stock. The cautious Commander said
that was an opinion ; but aro thero any
facts which go to show that this supply
must be kept up ? Mr. Bragdon said
yes—that the history of our own im
proved stock proved it. Our improvements
had been made by stock imported from
England, where a more scientific and civi
lized system of breeding obtained. And
there had always been a demand fur this
improved stock, notwithstanding tho com
parative cheapness with which common
cattle can be produced on the Western
prairies. Indeed, the demand for improved
blood from those prairies had resulted in
building up some of tho best herds of
Short Ilorns ia the country there, and de
veloped a skill and perfection in breeding
which is not excelled in the East. Mr.
Williams said he knew that some of the
largest ranchemen of California were al
ready buying some of the best bulls of the
best breeders in the East with a view of
counteracting the natural tendency lo
degeneration resulting from their system
of feeding.
__—— •
Interesting Infobmation About Gov r
etnment Lands.—H. M. Deming, Wichi
la, Kansas, writes :In tho session of April
11, Mr. Lyman read a paper for the infor
mation of those who wish to emigrate
West, in which there are some mistat e
ments which I write this to correct. Speak
ing of the twonty-mile strips of land in what
is known as railroad limits, ho says:—
«'These belts of land aro laid out in check
ers of one mile square. Tho odd squares
belong to the country, tho even squares to
the railroad. These odd squares cannot
be bought at government price ; they are
reserved for homesteads. Auy family man
can have title to an eighty-acre homestead
by going and settling on it. Any soldier
of the late war who can show au honora
ble record receives twice as much as an
other citizen —he gets 160 acres." Further
on he seems to use tho terms pre-empt and
homestead interchangeably.
Now, Ist the even numbered Bquarcs are
the ones which "belong to the country,"
and out of these the squares numbered 10
and 36 are reserved for public school pur
poses. 2. Tho Government disposes of
this land the same way that it does other
public lands, except that tho price is dou
bled, and one can only homestead half as
much, so that the Government actually
receives as much revenue from the railroad
belt as from other portions of the public
domain. The only exception to this is tho
case of honorably discharged soldiers, who
can homestead as much in the railroad lim
itß as out of it. These lands can be bought
at Government price, $2.60 per acre, by
actual settlers. This constitutes what is
known .as pre-emption. Any citizen 21
years old or the head of ■ family
can pre-empt 180 acres. A land
warrant can bo used as in tho case
of other lands, by paying tho extra $200 ;
that is, a land warrant and $200 will pre
empt 160 acres. Two land warrants can
not be used on one piece of land. 3. The
homestead right is not restricted to "family
men." Any citizen who is twenty-one, or
who ia the head of a family, male or
female. It is not necessiry that they be
twenty-one If thoy are beads of families.
One who haß pre-empted can homestead,
but one cannot pre-empt who has home
steaded. 4. A homestead settler does not
havo to pay for his land as the pre-empter
does. Ho pays tho office ani survey lees,
$15 for 80 acros, at the laud office when
he makes his entry, and then ho gots hi 3
titlo when he can prove five years' actual
residence on the land, without further ex
Many persons wanting 160 acres in the
railroad limits, build on the line separat
ing the two eighties, and then pre-empt
one-eighty and homestead the other, pre
empting first—both could be done the same
day. A person wishing to locate should
decide which section of the country ho de
sires to examine, and go to the land office
and get township plots, with the land
which is open to settlement marked on
them. They cost $1 each, and a man, by
spending a few dollars in this way, can
save niaoy times as much by the readiness
with which he can iind a suitable tract not
already taken.
Borrowing and Lending Tools.—The
commandor of the club announced that he
bad received from Mrs. J. N. Sturtevaut,
a member of the Framingham (Mass.)
Farmers's Union, a copy of tho "rules and
regulations concerning letting tools,"
adopted by tbe "said Union, the object of
whose organization is thus explained:
Whatever may be tbe cause, expensive and
efficient agricultural implements are not in
common use. To purchase machinery capable
of great remits, an outlay is often incurred oat
of proportion to the profits of agriculture.
But a groat variety of tbe best tools owned in
New England communities are worked to but
a fraction of their capacity, although they are
of vital importance to rural industry. No
where else are they so much needed. Like
money, farm machinery is locked in tbe strong
holds of a few.
To release these implements and diffuse their
usefulness, to place tbe best tools within the
reach of every farmer, is the object of this
The charge-list is forwarded on business
principles. Tools will not be let unless both
parties are benefited. As all "persons may be
aided, we invite thum to extend the usefulness
of this system by adopting its methods.
The following rules are established wilh
regard to borrowing and lending :
1. Lenders will exact care in the manage
ment of tools.
2. Hirers must pay for damage occasioned
by carelessness.
3. Tbe time upon whicb a charge is based
shall be estimated from tbe talcing of the tool
until the same is returned. Any part of a day
■ball for this purpose be regarded as a whole
Jay, except as hereinafter provided.
4. Tools wilt not be lot for a single day for a
less turn than 10 cents.
.. Terms are strictly caßb.
H. Ia all cases of disagreement between a
hirer and tbe owner concerning a tool the ar
bitrators of this association shall decide, and
tbeir decision shall he final.
7. No member of this association shall in
any case allow his implements to be used on
any other terms than those stated in tbe oharge
list of the association, except it be for the pur
pose of charity.
8. All persons taking tools from any mem
ber of this association shall be governed by
these rules.
The Commander said that the Umou has
a secretary, aud includes some of Boston's
best business meu who have got away
from th. Hub but .tnong tha "f.lloos,"
Lo )kinjf over the rates of prices fn tho
* "charge list," he notices that thfl rate per
- day for an axo i._ 10 tents ; a famiing-mill
• 75 cents ; hay press $3.
. —_■—_■—■—— aesssm ———_<■_!___■_———————a
Kirdillit < Olllnimltt.r of National
Grange.— Wm. Sairmlers, Tb.n. B. Ilryan, Rot. A.
- B. Grojh, (Jol. J. 11. Thompiion, Rot. John Trimble,
| 0. 11. Kelli.y. Washington, D.O.
I Dcputlm at Large.—Col, U. S. Curtia, (Waah
-1 Ingtou, D. 0.) Dr. W. 11. Bumham, T. A. Thompeon,
I Hi. .I*.*, 1,. Ellon, /.Cook.
National Oram., Washington, D. 0.
' It ia eTldt'Ut to all Intelligent ininila that the tlmo
I h_ come wh%n those engaged In rural pursuits
should bare an *organf/ation devoted entirely to
! their interest!, gucii it li Intended to make tho
1 Order of Patrons It was instituted In 1*67; lis
growth is uni>rucoduut«d in the history of secret as
sociations, and it is acknowledged one ofthe most
useful and powerful, or*;anf7..tions in the United
Statea. Its grand objects are not ouly general im
provement in husbandry, but to Increase the general
happiness, wealth, and proaperity of the country. It
ia founded upon tbo axioms that tho products of
the soil comprise the basis of all wealth ; that indi
vidual happiness depends upon general proaperity,
and that the wealth of a oountry depends upon tho
general intolllgonce and mental culture of the pro
ducing classes.
In the meetings of this Order all but members are
excluded, and there la In its proceedings a symbol
ized ritual, pleasing, beautiful, and appropriate,
which is desigued not only to charm the fancy, but
to cultivate and enlarge tbe lnind and purity the
boar t, having at the same time, strict adaptation to
rural pursuits.
Tho secrecy of the ritual and proceedings of the
Order have buen adoptod chiefly for tho purpoae of
accompllahing .eaircd efficiency, extension, and uni
ty, and to socure amoug ita members, in tho intornal
working of tbo Order, confldenco, harmony, and so
Woniou are admitted to full inernberbbip, and
wo solicit the co-operation of women because ol a
conviction that without her aid succobs will be less
certAin and decided. Mnch might bo said In this
connection, but every husband and brother knowa
that where he .an bo accompanied by bia wife or
slater no lessons will be learned but those of purity
and truth.
The' Order of the Patrons of Husbandry will ac
complish a thorouglr systematic organization among
Farmers and Horticulturists throughout tho United
.tatos, and will secure amoug them intimate social
relations and acquaintance wilh each other, for the
advancement and elevation of their pursuits, with
an appreciation and protection of their true interests.
Uy ■ ii.-l. means may be accomplished that which
exists throughout tho oountry in all atbor avocationa
and among all other classes —combined co-operative
asaociation for individual improvement and common
Among tha advantages which nitty be derived from
tho Order are syateuiutic arrangements tor prccur
iog and diaseminating, in tho most expeditious man
ner, information relative to crops, demand and sup
ply, prices, markets, and tratiaportation throughout
tho country ; also for the purchase and exchange of
stock, seeds, and desired varieties of plants and
trees, and for tbo purpose of procuring help at home
or from abroad, and situations for persons seeking
employment; also for ascertaining and testing tbo
merits of newly-invonted farming iiupiemen-i and
those not in gener.l use, and for detecting and ex
posing those that are unworthy, and for protecting,
by all available means, the farming interests from
fraud aud deception, and combinations of every kind.
We ignore all political or religious discussfona in
the Order; we do not aolicit the patronage of any
sect, association or individual, upon any grounds
whatever except upon the intiinsic merit of tho Or
Tho better to securo groator benefits to our mem
bars, we desire to establish Granges In every city,
town, and villago in the United Hl.les. Information
relative to organizing may be obtained by addressing
the un.el-sigued, or either of the General
Bocretary of tho National Orange.
Office of S-PEitvtsiNii Architect, )
Washington, May 24,1871. J
Soaled proposals will be receired until 12
o'clock, m., of the 22d day of June, 1871, at
the oliice of the Supervising Architect of the
Treasury Department, for furnishing and de
livering at the site of the proposed building all
the dimension granite required for the exterior
of the new State Department, for which about
180,000 cubic feet will be required. Proposals
must state the price per cubic foot for stones
whose dimensions do not exceed twenty cubic
feet, and tbe rale of increase ia price for stones
exceeding twenty cubic feet. The exact aver
age size of the stones cannot at present bo giv
en, but will approximate 10 cubic feet. Stones
to be quarried and delivered according to a.
schedule of net sizes that will be furnished the
contractor. One inch will be allowed for
quarry dimensions ou each worked face of the
Each bid must be accompanied by a sample
block, 12 inches cube, of the granite it is pro
posed to furnish, which must be sound, dura
ble, of uniform color and good grain; free
from discoloring or other foreign substances,
and capable of withstanding the action of the
elements, and that has been fully tested by use
in buildings, and is rtoiu quarries capable ot
furnishing the quality and quantity desired
within one year, and from which stone has
been, or is now being used for first-class build
ings. »
Bidders will stale how s.'on thoy can com
mence tbe delivery of stone, and the amount
per week they can deliver. They will also
state the average and maximum sizes of stone
that can be obtained from their quarry.
No bids will be received except from the
owners or lessees of the quarries from wbich
the stone is proposed to be furnished.
All proposals must be made on the printed
forms to be obtained ofthe Supervising Archi
tect, and be accompanied by a penal bond in
the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000)
that the bidder will execute and perform tbo
contract if awarded to bim, and give bond
therefor in the penal sum of one hundred thou
sand dollars ($100,000), and a valid and bind
ing lease of the quarry to tho Government, as
security for the faithful performance of the
contract; tho lease to take effect upon the
failure of the contractor to comply with the
terms of tbe contract; said lease to authorize
the Government to take full possession of the
quarry and work it at the expense of thej;con
tractor in case of such default.
The right to reject any or all bids received is
Proposals must be inclosed in a sealed enve*
lope, indorsed "Proposals lor Granite or New
State Department," and addressed to
Supervising Architect, Treasury Department,
Washington, D. C. my _6-23ts
RALSIoa, N. a, May 19th, 1871.
received at this ..Hire until Vi M. Juno iuili,
1871, for furnishin- the FRESH BEBK requlrod by
the Subsistence Department U. B. A. ut this station,
trnring six mouths commencing July Ist, 1871. In
formation aa to conditions, quality of beef, paymont,
.v.. can be obtained by application to
2d liout. Fourth U. S. Artillery A. C. S.
my _■_-■ 4t
Bids will be received by tbe undersigned for a
conlruct to furnish MEDICAL ATTENDANCE,
SUBSISTENCE, MKLICINEB, and all other neces
saries for tbe care and comfort of eick and disabled
seamen at this port, AT A RATE I'MII DIEM, for
one year from JULY 1, 1871, to JUNK 30, 1672.
The Government reserves the right to reject any
or all bids lor what it deems sufficient cause.
Collector aud Agent for Mariue Hospital Fund.
HicßMOsn, Va., May '.1,1871.
my 24—2'iw.w
By virlueof wril*ui venditioni exponas issued from
the clerk's office of the United Slates Dlstiict Court
for the Eastern District of Virginia, ai.d to medi
reeted, I shall proceed lo sell, ut PUBLIC AUCTION,
for cash, on
in front of tho Custom-Houso at Potersburg, Va., at
11 o'clock A. M., the following property to wit:
Five (S) Barrels of APPLE BRANDY,
Oue (1) Barrel of PEACH BRANDY,
Two (-) Kegs of WHISIiEY,
Two (2) Kegs of ALE,
One (1) Barrel of VINEGAR, aud
Twelve (12) Empty SPIRIT CASKS.
Also, one (I) MUI/K and eiie 0) CART.
Parties desiring to purchase aro Invited to attend.
U.S. Marshal.
DatedNorf.dk, Va., May 12,1871. my 13—lot
I STATES, for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Iv the matter of James Mickle, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom itMayCoucern :—The uiidersiguad,
W M Davidson, of Piinco Edward county, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
thu estate of James Miekle, of Darlington Heights,
Prince Edward county, in said district, who was, ou
the 31st day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt
on his own petition by the Diatrict Court of said dis
Dated Farmvilla, Va., May IP. 1871.
my la-FBw A**i_---.
Dr An Act to er_ri>rc« the ri«ht of oMMM "f Ife
Btat'H to vote in tbe several Stale* ot \__t_ _\__%__i
aid fi»r other purL>ow*.
— fin it mi-icte. by th<» Fenale ___4 ilonue of i.*').r.
' ; fi)((ihvoi uf tbe United HtatuH of America in <\..i
--i;n-s aa«emhloil, Thtit all oAttflMM of tho Unite*J
l * States who are or shall bu OtlwtwiM nualitied by law
■*• to vote at any election by the p*op). in anji Sieilo
*■ Territory, district, county, city, parish, township,
school district, municipality, or other territorial sub
i- iii yin on, shall bo entitled uu<l allowed to vote at all
n, snch elections, without distinction <>f rani, oolor, or
previous condition ol servitude; any constitution.
law, custom, usage, or legu'ation of any State or
Territory, or by or under its authority, to thu con
trary notwithstanding.
[° »sc. 2. And bo it further enacted. That if by or
t8 under the authority of the constitution or taws of
,0 any State, or the laws of any Territory, any act is or
' shall be required to be done at a prerpquislieenjuali
;s .ilestion for voting, and by suth ton.tuution or laws
'" persons or officer*, are or whall bo charged with tbe
'! pt-formauce ol duties i.i furnishing to citiztms au
opportunity to perform such prerofiniflitn, or to bo
l | corns qualified to vote, it shall be tho duty of every
l ! such person and officer to give to all OfttMfll of the
United States the shoio and •qtuJ opportunity to per
form snch prorequiaitn, and to bt come qualified to
[' vote without distinction of race, color, or previous
'• condition of servitude ; and if any such panmi Of
v officer shall rol'iue or knowingly omit to give full of*
' feet to thisi section, he shall, for every taoh ofifefie*,
forfeit and pay the sum of Aye hundiod dollars to
8 the person aggrieved thereby, to be recovered by an
• action on the case, with full costs and such allowance
'» for counsel foes as tho court shall deem just, and
t shall blbo, for every such offence, bo deemed of a
9 misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction thereof, be
' fined not less than fivo hundred dollarH.or be Im
prisoned not less than one month and not m.ro than
' one year, or both, at tbe discretion of the court.
• Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That whenovor
" by or under the authority of tho constitution or laws
'of auy State, or tho laws of any Territory, any act
is or shall be required to be done by any citizen as
n prerequisite to qualify or entitle him to vote, tho
1 offor of any dm to perform the act required te
Ibe done as alore_aid shall, if it fail to to carried into
1 execution by reason ot tho wrongful act or omission
1 aforesaid of the person or officer chargod with tin:
1 duty of receiving or permitting snch performance or
offer to perform or acting thereon, be deemed and
held as a performance in law of such act; aud the
person bo olTeriug and falling as aforesaid, and being
otherwise qualified, shall be entitled to vote in the
same manner and to the uunie extent as if he had in
fact performed such act; and any judgo, Inspector,
or other officer of election whose duty it Is or shall
be to receive, count, certify, register report, or give
effect to the vote of any such citizen who shall
wrongfully refuse or omit to receivo, count, certify,
register, report, or give effect to the vote of such cit
izen upon the presentation by him of his affidavit
stating such offer and place thereof, and the namo of
the officer or person whoso duty it was to act Ihoro
on, and that he was wrongfully prevented by
such porson or offlcor from performing such act,
shall tor every such offenco forfeit aud pay tho man
ot Aye hundred dollars to the person nggt ievod therV
by, to be recovered by an actiou on the case, with
full costs and such allowance for eotina*. feis as the
court shall deem just, atul shall also for every .such
offence be guilty of a misdemeanor, ami .hall-, on
conviction thereof, bo fined, not loss than live hun
dred dollars, or bo .u_p.i_o_.'o . not loss tlmu one
month and not more than ouo year, or both, at the
discretion of tho court.
Sec. 4. And be it further eimcttn!, That if
any person, by force, bribery, tin eats, intimi
dation .or other unlawful uh.riim, -hall hin
der, delay, prevent, or obstruct, or shall
combine and coufyduiate with others to hinder,
delay, prevent, or obstruct, any citizen from doing
any act required to be done to qualify him to vote or
from voting at any election aa aforosaid, BUch person
shall for every such 011-mco forfeit and pay tho sum
of five hundred dollars to tbe person aggrieved there
by, to bo recovered by an action on iho a*.-*.*., with
full costs and such allowance, for counsel ___._ as the
court shall deem ju-tt,and sliatl also for every such
Offence be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on con-
Ttotioi* thereof, bo fined not lesa than five hundred
dollars, or l>_ ._- I , r i Hone( j uot j UBS nan uuo mo , n j.
and not more than oue ~_.,. t>r fotb. at tho dilu
tion of the court.
Sec. 6. And bo it furthor enacted, That li an, p<jr .
son shall prevent, hinder, control, or intimidate*, or
shall attempt to prevent, hinder, control, or intimi
date, any petson from exercising o. in exercising tho
right of suffrage, to whom the right ov e-wn'rage is
secured or guaranteed by tho fifteenth nm6UdiT._._>
to the Constitution ot tho United States, by means
of bribery, threats, or threats of depriving such per
son of employment or occupation, or of ejecting such
person from reuted house, lauds, or other property,
or by threats of retaking to renew lease*, or contracts
for labor,or by threats of violence to hlfflMu. or
family, sucV person so offending shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, aud shall, on conviction
thereof, be line., not less than fivo hundred dollars,
or be imprisouod ix>t Uss than one month and not
more than one year, or both, at the discretion of
the court.
Seo. 8. And be it JurtUr enactod,That the district
courts of tho'.Uuited StaU_, within their respective
districts, shall have, exclusiiely of the courts of the
sovpral States, cognizance of an crimes and offences
committed against tho provisious of this act and
„ also, concurrently with the circv.it courts of the
United States, of all causes, civil and criminal, aris
ing under this act, except as herein otherwise pro
vided aud tho jurisdiction hereby conferred shall bo
exercised in conformity with tho laws and practice
governing United Stutos com Is ; and all crimus and
offences committed against t'«.o provisions of this uct
may bo prosecuted by tho indictment of a grand
jury, or, in cases of crime.; and offences not in famous
the prosecution may be either by indictment or in
formation filed by the district attorney in a court
havingj urlsdictiou.
— ♦ -*♦- ♦ ■
[General Nature—No. 10.]
AN ACT to euforca the provision! of the
fourteenth araendmcat to the constitu
tion of the United States, and for other
.Be it enacted by the Bet.it* mad House
of Representatives of the United {Slates
of America iv Congress assembled, That
any person who, under coloi of any law.
statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or
Offtgp of any -State, shall subject, or cause
to be subjected, any person within the jur
isdiction of the United States 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 the
State to the contrary notwithstanding,
shall be liable to tho party injured in any
action at law, suit iv equity, or other proper
proceeding for redress ; such proceeding to
be prosecuted in the several district or cir
cuit courts of tho United States, wilh and
subject to the same rights oTappeal, review
upon error, and other remedies provided in
like cases in such courts, under the provi
sions of tho act of the ninth of April,
1866, entitled "an act to protect all per
sons in the United States in their civil
rights, aud to furnish the means of their
vindication ; aud the other remedial laws
oi the United States which are in their
nature applicable iv such cases.
Sec. 2. That if two or more persons
within any Stato or Territory of the
United Statea shall conspire together to
overthrow, or to put down, or to destroy by
force the government ot the United Stales, or
to levy war against the United States, or to
oppose by force tho authority of the govern
ment of the United States, or by force, intimi
datiou or threat to prevent, hinder or delay
the execution of any law of tbe United States,
■, or by force to seize, take, or possess any
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 oihee of trus
jor place of confidence under tho United
. States, or from discharging the duties there
of, or by force, intimidation or threat to in
• duce any officer of the United States to leave
any State, district or place, where his duties
a-j euch officer might lawfully be performed, or
to injure him in bis person or property on ac
count of bis lawful discharge of the duties of
bis office, or to injure his person while engaged
in tbe lawful discharge of the duties of his
oflice, or to injure his property so as to molest,
hinder, intertere with or impede him in tbo
discharge ot his oflicial duty, or by force, mi
i timidation or threat to deter any party or
t witness in any court of the United Statea from
- attending such court, or from testifying in any
• matter pending in such court, folly, freely and
truthfully, or to injure any such party or wit
ness in his person or property on account of
t bis having so attended or testified, or by
force, intimidation or threat to influence the
verdict, presentment or indictment of any
juror or grand juror in any court
of the United States, or to injure such
juror in bis person or property on account
of any verdict, presentment or indictment
lawfully assented to by him, or on account of
bis being or having been such juror, or shall
conßpire together, or go in disguise upon the
public highway or upon the premises ot anoth
er for the purpose, either directly or indirect
ly, of depriving any person or any class of per
sona ofthe equal protection of the laws, or of
equal privileges or immunities under the laws,
) or for thepurpoaeof preventing or hindering
the constituted authorities of any State from
t giving or securing to all persons within such
State tbe equal protection of tbe laws, or shall
• conspire together" for the purpose of in any
f manner impeding, hindering, obstructine, or
i. defeating tbe due course of justice in any State
I or Territory, with intent to deny to any
t citizen of the United States the due and
• equal protection of the laws, or to injure any
person in his person or his property for lawfully
enforcing tbo right ot any person or any class
of persons, to the equal protection of tbe laws,,
or by force, intimidation, or threat to prevent
any citi.on ol tbe United States lawfully onti
" tied to vote from giving his support or advoca
n ey in a lawful manner towards or in favor of
the election of any lawfully qualified person
ao an elector of ''resident or Vieo President
ro of the United States, or as a member of the
"j Congress of Uio United States, or to injuro
„• any such citizen in bis person or property on
0 account of such support or advocacy, each
l>, and every person so offending shall be
!'- deemed guilty of » high crime, and,
" upon conviction thereof in any district
'' or circuit court of the United States or
I, district or supremo court of any territory of
~ the United States having jurisdiction of simi
lar offonces, shall bo punished by a fine not less
• than five hundred nor more than five thousand
,f dollars, or by imprisonment, with or without
'* hard labor, as the court may determine, for a
j period of not less than six months nor more
„ than six years, as tbe court may determine, or
v both inch fine and imprisonment as the court
>• shall determine. And if any one or more per
y sons engaged in any such conspiracy shall do,
" or cause to be done, any act in furtherance of
0 " the object of such conspiracy, whereby any
„ person shall be injured in his person or proper
r ty, or deprived of having and exercising any
right or privilege of a citizen of the United
. States, tho person so injured or deprived of
} such rights and privileges may have and main
-1 tain an action for the recovery of damages oc
I casioned by such injury or deprivation of
i rights and privileges against any one or more
i of the persons engaged in such conspiracy,
• such action to be prosecuted in the proper dis
-1 trict or circuit court of'the United Stater,
with and subject to the same rights of appeal,
, review upon error, and other remedies provi
t ded in like cases in such courts under tbe
i provisions of the act of April ninth, eighteen
> hundred and sixty-six, entitled "An acttopro
' tectall persons in the United States in tbeir
1 civil rights, and to furnish the means of their
| vindication."
Sec. 3. Tbat in all cases where insurrection,
domestic violence, unlawful combinations, or
> conspiracies in any State shall so obstruct or
hinder the execution of the laws thereof, and
of the United States, as to deprive any portion
or cluss of tho people of such State of any of
the rights, privileges, or immunities, or pro.
tection, named in the Constitution and secured
by this act, and tbe constituted authorities of
such State shall either be unable to protect, or
shall,* from any cause, fail in or reluse protect
tion ol the people in such rights, such facts
shall be deemed a denial by such State of equal
protection of tho laws to which tbey are en
titled under the Constitution of the United
Stales ; and in all such cases, or whenever any
such insurrection, violence, and unlawful com
bination, or conspiracy shall oppose or obstruct
the laws of tho United Stales, or the due exe
cution thereof, or impede or obstruct the due
course of justice under thesame.it shall be
lawful for the President, and it shall be his
duty to tako such measures, by the employment
of the militia or tho land and naval forces of
tbe 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 propel-district, to be dealt with ac
cording to law.
Seo. _. That whenever in any State or part
of a State the unlawful combinations named
in the preceding section of this act shall be
organized and armed, and so numerous and
powerful as to bo able, by violence, to either
overthrow or set at defiance tho constituted
authorities of such State, and of the United
States within such State, or when tho consti
tuted authorities are in complicity witb, or
shall connive _t. the unlawful purposes
of, such powerful and ar_,od combina
tions; and whenever, byiu., of eitbcr
•• all of the causes aforesaid, v i convic
tion oi .-„(, offenders and the preservation of
he public -ai-.., u iall becom £ •„ such di
trio, I. . such casß 6UCQ
combinations shall be deem.. „ rohnii;,,,,
against the United States, and during tin, m
tinuance of such rebellion, and within the lim
its of the district which shall be so under the
sway thereof, such limits to be prescribed by
proclamation, it shall be lawful tor the Presi
dent of the United States, when in his judg
ment the public safety may require it, to sus
pend the privileges of the writ of habeas cor
pus, to tho end that such rebellion may be over
thrown : Provided, That all the pro
visions of the second section of
an act entitlod "An act relating
to habeas corpus, and regulating judicial pto
ceedings in certain cases," approved March
third, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, which
relate to the discharge of prisoners other than
prisoners of war, and to the penalty for refus
ing to obey the order of tho court, shall be in
full force so far as tbe same are applicable to
the provisions of this section : Provided, Tbat
the President shall first have made proclama
tion, as now provided by law. commanding
such insurgents to disperse : And provided
also, That the provisions of this section shall
not be in force aftor tha end of the next regu
lar session of Congress.
Sec. 5. That no person shall be a gvand or
petit juror in any court of the United States
upon any inquiry, hearing, or trial of any Buit,
proceeding, or prosecution based upon or aris
ing under the provisions of this act"who shall,
in the judgment of the court, be in complicity
with any such combination or conspiracy ; and
every such juror shall, before entering upon
any such inquiry, hearing, or trial, tako and
subscribe an oath in open court that he has
never, directly or indirectly, counselled, ad
vised, or voluntarily aided any such combina
tion or conspiracy; and each and every person
who shall take this oath, and shall therein
swear falsely, shall be guilty of perjury, and
shall be subject to the pains and penalties de
clared against that crime, and tbe first section
of the act entitled "An act defining additional
causes of challenge aud prescribing an addi
tional oath for grand and petit jurors iv the
United States courts," approved Juno seven-.
teenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, be,
and the same is hereby, repealed.
Sec. fi. That any person or persons having
knowledge that any of the wrongs conspired
to be done and mentioned in the second
section of this act are about to be committed,
and having power to prevent or aid iv prevent
ing the same shall neglect or refuse to do, and
such wrongful act shall be committed, such
person or persons shall be liable to the person
injured, or his legal representatives, for all
damages caused by any such wrongful act
1 wbich such first-named person or persons by
reasonable diligence could have prevented,
and such damages may be recovered in an ac
i tion on the case in the proper circuit criui tof
i the United States, and any number of persons
i guilty of such wrongful neglect or refusal may
be joined as defendants in such action;
provided that such action shall bo coui
i inenced within one year alter such cause of
action shall have accrued, and if the death of
any person shall be caused by any such wrong
ful act and neglect, the iogal representative of
such deceased person shall have such action
iherefor, aud may recover not exceeding
, .5,000 dama.es thereon for tho benefit of the
widow of such deceased person, if any there
be, or, if there be no widow, for the benefit of
the next of kin of such deceased person.
Sec 7. That nothing herein contained shall
construed to supersede or repeal any former
act or law except so far as the same may be
repugnant tberoto; and any oll'ences hereto
fore committed against the tenor of any former
act shall be prosecuted, and any proceeding
already commencud for tho prosecution there
• of shall be continued and completed, the same
as if this act had not been passed, except so
i far as the provisions of this act may go to sus
tain and validate such proceedings.
, Approved, April 20, 1871.
Is. beyond doubt, the RE9T THING of tbe kind over
, otl'tirud for sale in this market. Each one coutaius
10 Sheets good Note Paper, 10 good Envelopes,
1 Lead Pencil, 1 Dime Ituok. 1 P__\
Holder, 1 Pen, 1 Card Picture,
I Boriidt*_. each package Is guaranteed to coutain from
. 'IV i> ccii is to
$5.00 IN iif.&KNBAOUS.
Prlci* only 50 cents.
Hubscriptioiiß re_eiv_tl to nil Newspapers, Maga
eitwt, Ac, at pubhbhoiH' rate.
Newsdealers, 918 Main strict, Richmond, Vu.
my 10—wot
IN i!u< l.i-.ti i.t C i m Hi.- Uuitod Male, tor too
| -*- ■■____»a District uf Virginia;
Iv tbe matter of W D Allen, a bankrupt—iv bauk
' ruptcy.
\ District of Virginia, n :
Notice li hertl.y given that the Ust general meet
ing ut the credttoriof tho laid W h Allen, bankrupt,
s will bo held at I'arinv.lie, at, tho offlda of W. W.
Forbes, Ecu,., one of the __agi*l6tt Id Hankr iptcy, in
i said district, on the il\ day ot" Apiil, 1671, at 10
r o'clock A. U,, for thy purposes named iv the 27th
and __ih suctions of the bankrupt __;. of March 2nd,
r 18(17.
I Dated at Farmville.tl:*. Bth day of April, 1871.
. \ ap 10—M2w W M DAVIDSON, Assignee.
In obedience t _ a decree of the Circnlt Court of the
United Statea for the District of Virgiuia, the under
signed will, on the
beginning at 10 o'clock A M, at the Court Uoum
door of said court, in thu Custow-Houso building, in
the city ol Richmond, make sale, foauhsh, of alt tbe
effects of the -"armors' Bank of Virginia, consisting
CRKES, and whatsoever olse there be.
Croditors of the Hunk, whose id alma h.ve been tal
lowed, afo, under Bald decrte, eutitled to set off at
I'U their claims against any purchases of said effect*
they may make.
A descriptive list of said effects may be seen at tbe
office) of David J. Saunders, on -Eleventh street, be
tweon Main and Bank, In Richmond, which the pub
lic are invited to call and examine. Thle list will be
printed for circulation, aud will be ready aa coon a_
it can bo prepared.
ap 16—lawtdi Farmers' Bank of Virginia.
Iv obedience to a decree of the Circuit Court ol
the United States for the District of Virgiuia, the mm
derslgncd will, on the
beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court-House
door of said Conrt, in the Custom-House building, in
tho city of Richmond, make sate, for cash, of all the
EFFECTS of the BANK OF VIRGINIA, consisting
CREES, and whatsoever else there be.
Creditors of the Bank, whose claims havo been al
lowed, are, nnder said dectee, entitled to set off at
par tboir claims against any purchases of said effects
they may make.
A da.criptivu list of said effects m .y bo seen at the
counting-house of B.C. Tardy, one of the undorsigued,
on Seventeenth and Dock streets, or at the oflice of
D. J. Saunders, on Eleventh -street, between Main
aud Hank, iv Richmond, which tho public are in
vited to call and examine This list will be printed
tuTation, aud It will be advertised when ready.
Receivers Bank o( Virginia.
h __tl), 1871. mh 24-lawids
ASSUJAKK st/Vl**.*.
rtae of a decree of the District Court of the
Statos for tho Eastern District of Virginia,
dated May 9th, 1871, the undersigued will sell, at
Gloucester C. IL, Va., at 12 o'clock M. on thu
Dtq DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
In Gloucester e.unty, surrendered by Madison Rich-o
wn, bankrupt.
TERMS—Oao-third cash; the residue In six aud
twelve mouths, to be secured by negotiable note*,
with good security, interest added, and title retained
until the purchase money shall have been paid, with
power ot resale if said notes be uot paid at maturity.
JACOB COUN, Assignee
my Id—_aw3w of Madison Richeson, Bankrupt.
By virtue of an order of tho United State, Eistrlct
i'.'iirt, for the district of Virginia, bearing date IGth
May, 1871, in (be case of Penulmau k Bro. against
William Pannill, in bankruptcy. I will, as the as
signee of said i';.;;iull, sell at public auction, on
H THURSDAY, THE 16th JUNE, 1871,
ristiaußburg, all the right, title, claim and in
t of said Pannill in and to a vatuablo DWWLL
and STORE-HOUSE and LOT, in Christian burg.
This property is oue of the most desirable stands
for a sloro or hotel in town, being situated on the
Rf tho public square and street leading to the
is a good kitcheu, ico house and stable on
all enclosed by a good plauk fence.
TERMS OF HALE—One-third cash ; and the bal
ance on a credit of six and twelve months, the pur
chaser giving bond with amplo security for tbe de
ferred payments , also to pay taxes for the year 1871.
Tbo title will be retained until all the purchase
money is paid. Possession given on day of sale.
Christiansburg, Va , May le, 1871.
my 2i-__w3w C. B. GARDNER, ___•_*»■.
x\ OP
**' ""*" COUNTY OF ESSEX, Va.,
AT ADV.*-. .
In accordance with a decrte of tho District Court
of tho United States, signed by the lion. John C. Un
derwood, District Judge, pronounced ou tha 2_!d May,
1871,1 Bhall sell in front of the door of the Custom
House, in the City of Richmond,
Two hundred and forty-five acros of valuable Land
in the County of Essex, within four miles of the Raj*
pahannock River. The Laud is well wooded and wa
tered—the neighborhood an cxc Uent one, and tbo
TERM?—One third cash; bit lance in cix and twelve
PL with negotiable noted, iutoro.t added, title
1 until the whole of tho purchase money is
Assignee of Paul Spindle.
MOND, VA., APRIL 15, 1871.
E ORDERED that John Ambler Smiik bo substi
tuted iv the place ot Lfwid E, Higby a. Assignee in
all cases in which said Higby has acted heretofore
up to this date, and that the resignation of --aid
Higby bo accepted as soon us said Smith shall fite
[ of this court a bond satisfactory to
tegistor Forbes, in the penalty of five
urs for the faithful performance of du
luiguooiu the cases aforesaid.
District Judge.
A true copy—Teste,
E. J. Underwood,
District Clerk.
. Undorwood, clerk of the District Court
of the United States fur the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, do hereby certify that John Ambler Smith,
___<] , ha. this day tiled his bond as requirud by the
foregoing order of court, and tho tamo in hereby ap
pro vod .
In witnes. wh-Toof, 1 have horounto signed my
mime utid affixed tho seal of our said court, this 22d
duvof April. A. D.1871.
ap 22—tf District Clerk.
X.) Western District of Virginia, at Abingdon-—lu
The act of Cougiesa approved March 2J, 1867, hav
ing required all such advertisements as may be or
dered by any U.S. Court, or judge thereof, or by any
officer of such court, to bo published In one or moro
c ewspapers designated by the clerk of the House of
Representatives, by virtue of Baid act, for tho publi
cation t f the laws and treaties; and having beeu offi
cially notified by uld clerk, under date ol 22d Inst.,
Bim i, ou the Sth instant, selected for that pur
e State .Iv i. it sal, Richmond, and the "Na
rirgfuian," Richmond, I do accordingly re
o order hoi etofore made by me for ail such
omenta iobe made iv the''Lynchburg Press,"
and direct that hereafter they be published in one or
the I'ther of the newspapers selected as aforesaid by
tho clerk of the House of Representatives.
U. S. District Judge for tho Western Dist. of Va.
Harrisonburg. 31st March, 1871.
Edward S. Watson, Clerk of U. S. District and .Cir
cuit Courts, at Abingdon.
A copy—Teste:
Clerk U. S. D. and 0. C. W. D. of Va.
A.nil fid, 1871. . ap f—tf
No. 8 South Tkntu Str_.it.
Illinois State Natural History Society, >
Bloominuton, 111.- June 20, 1870. f
T. M. Aveby,
Pres't of the National Watch Co.:
Dear Sir :—Last year, in the explorations of the
canons of the Colorado River, I had unusual oppor
tuniti' to te-tt the accuracy of one of your watches.
I was provided with four pocket chronometers for
umo in astrououiir.il observations. I also had with
me au "Elgin" which I rated from time to time to
gether with the chrouometors by observations with
the sextant. Of the five instruments it. rate was the
•■■.•■ni beet With the ordinary disturbance due to
transportation, lis rate was thu least variable, while,
with tlie nxtra-rdiuary disturbauce incident to such
au expt.dit.ou, it was the ouly instrument ou which
1 could roly, the chronometers at last becoming use
less. 1 am, with great respect, yours cordially,
JJS- Call ou your Jeweler and at>k to see the Elgin
Dusiuess Ofli';;j aud Salesroom National Watch
150 and 10 I Luke Street, Chicago,
1 Maiden l_u._i*-, _%«w York..
my IB—d2tawlt ___
T GENTS WANTED—(tatt A ttOHTH) by the
m, 16-4w Boston. Ma*., or St. LouU, Mo.
1 MR. F. C. WILLIAMS. 0*
13 the county of Nottoway, a nnmber of gen
tlemen adeombled at hia roiridence Saturday, Decern
1 ber 10, to teat by practical oxptriment the compar
ative ralue of the DIXIE PLOW, manufactured by
-Starke k Co.. and any other that might enter th.
field of competition.
The plows were taken to the field at half pa«t two
P. M., the following gentlemen acting «a jadges : Y.
W. Kpes, .1. It. Williams. Robert Scott, Jas. 8. ftll
liam. Wm. T. Christian, Richard JBpea, Dr. DarriDg,
Sidney Graren, Walton Sydnor, F. C. Williams, O.
N. Beay„ and J. M. Hurt. Mr. 8. Graves and Walton
Sydnor were the principal plowmen. Mr. W. Sydnor
working the Watt plow and 8. Graves the Dixie —
both of whom handled them with masterly skill and
The plows entered were the Dixie two horse right
and left-band plows, aud the Watt twodiorse left
hand. Soon after the trial commenced, tbe beam of
the Dixie right-band broke in two and was laid
aside, the contest being narrowed to the Watt left
hand and Dixie left-hand. Tbe soil first selected
was a stubble loam without soil ; but as the plows
were new, and did not turn in consequence of the
roughness of the castings, after a short trial it was
decided to take them into another field where the
soil was a well-trodden, tenacious clay, with a timo
thy sod covered with vegetation and with straw.
_ The plows here performed their work admirably,
cutting and turning clear without choking.
As tbe Dixie was a new comer, as tbe contest
wax i'd warm most of the Judges took hold of it to
test personally its practical working. While there
is no intention to do injustice to any, as neither
party had agent or representative present, and Loth
plows did well, yet the trial, with the award of the
judges, is deemed of sufficient importance to tho in
terest of agriculture to Justify its publication.
Tbe award of the Judges was unanimously In favor
of the Dixie on the lollowiiig grounds:
Ist. It cut a deeper furrow.
2d. It cut a wider furrow.
3d. It more effectually inverted the Bod.
4th. The draft seemod to be no greater.
&th. The m, ,:|i(ihi. ni arrangement for altering cut
was deemed more simple and efficient.
At the conclusion of the trial somo of the Judges
wero so pleased as to determine to order them for
their own use. J. M. HURT, Secretary.
I certify that the above was sent to the Richmond
"Whig" for publication by myself; that I am not
acquainted with Mr. Starke; that he had nevor seen
tbe paper and knew nothing of its contents, and was
in no wise a purty to the trial of the plows alluded
to J. M. HURT.
January 7,1871.
We, the fudges iv the "Plow Trial," on the farm of
Mr. K. C. Williams, published in the Whig, hereby
certify that it was directed to be sent to that journal
as a communication by the Jndges who mado the
January 9,1871.
I do not believe in plow trials made by the manu
facturers themselves, but hope that every farmer
will at once make a full tr<al ofthe DIXIH with
every plow ho can find, and buy that which does the
beat work. 1 have not been able to supply the de
iunud, nor till niy orders for sometime, and must
leave field-trials where they rightly belong—to faim
ers themselves.
ap 13—w3m No 1440 Main street.
11 BET 187 OF 1871.
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fice 86 Nassau street, New York. oc7—w ly
STATES fur the Eastern District of Virgiuia, at
Richmond, Va., April Bth, 1871:
R. A. Vaiou
James River Insurance Company,
This day this cause cameou again toleheard upon
the amended bill of the plaintiff and thn demurrer of
D J Hartsook, oue of thu defendants, tiled by leave
ot" court and wns argued by counsel. On considera
tion whereof, aud for reasons appearing to tbe court,
the court dot h overrule the said demurrer. Audit
appeariug to tbe court that thi. cause has been regu*
laiiy matured at the Rules and set for hearing as to
all the defendants except J E Dill ird, Robert W El
som and George T Joues. upon whom process has not
beeu served, and the bill ofthe plaintiff having been
takeu fur confessed as ta all of tbe dufendants ex
cept the said defendants upon whom process has not
beeu served, and Vf D Llgon, B 0 Hartsook, J J
Hopkins, George J Uuud'ey, J R Ward, D J Hart
sook and William P Shepherd; aud now this cause
came ou to be beard on the papers formerly read, tbe
bills, exhibits, tbe auswer of 1) J Hartsook end Wil
liam P Shepherd, the petitions of William D Ligon,
B C Hartsook, J J Hopkius, George J Hundley and
J R Ward, together with thu special reports of tho
receiver, J A Lyubara, upon each of said petitions.
And it appearing to the court that final decrees, by
consent, have been mado as to the said William I)
Ligon, B 0 Hartsook, J J Hopkins»George J Huud
ley and J R Ward, ou consideration whereof the
court, without at this time passing upon any ot the
questions raiuod by the answers of defendants aud
without prejudice to the 'rights of any of the defen*
dints, doth adjudge, order and decree that Jaim*s
Pleasants, of the city of Richmond, \\Uv is hereby
appointed a Bpocial Commissioner for the purpose, do
take tbo following accounts:
Ist. An accouut of all debts duo or to become due
from the James River Insurance Company, together
wilh the priorities thereof.
2d. An accouut of all debts due from each of the
defendants except the the said William D Llgon, B
C Hartsook, J J Hopkins, George J Hundloy and J
R Ward with the co&Blderatiou and evidence tb*ro'jf.
3d. Au account showing all other assets of the said
James River Insurance Company.
4th. An accouut of the funds in the bands of John
A Lynham, receiver iv this cause.
sth. Any other matter denied pertinent by the
Commissioner, or required by any party, and make
report of all said matters to court. Aud tbe court
doth further order that publication by the Commis
sioner for once a week lot four successive weeks in
tbe ViiioiMA Stati Juusnal, and iv some other pa
per published in the city of Richmond for a like
time, showing the time aud place ot taking the said
accounts, stall be equivalent to personal service on
tbe parties.
April Sth, 1871. District Judge.
A true copy—Teste :
M. F. PLEASANT 3, Clerk.
CoMMiaBIOMR'S o."r'lCß, I
Richucnd, April 24,1871. /
Notice is hereby giveu that 1 have appointed ray
office in this city. No. 1114 M -in street, as the place,
an 1 THURSDAY, the 25tu cay of May, 1871, at the
hour of 1-. M., as the time lor taking tbe accounts!
making the inquiries and ganoi-ally executing the du
ties directed and prescribed by tbe foregoing decree:
when and where all persnus interested are required
to be preseut, with th- pipits uecessary to enable
me to respond to tbe matters referred to me by said
Gi*.eu under my band at Richmond, this 34th
April. 1971. JAMfcS PLEASANT!-,
ap 28—Tu4w Special Ooaißitliloifr.
__111 l'l .
*:HTABi.isui!i]) __ _ __m*u«_ r__j
DR. JOHNSTON hm discovered the uic.t eori.li
' _^ y( **f' ol *ly effectual lemedyin tho world f tl
Weakness of the B_ok or Uuitu, Stricture., Aftis
l tlons of the KiJni.j. .nd Bliulder, lnvolu.itj.ry dli
r oh.rges, Irapotency, Qooer.l Debility, Nervousn.*
Byapopiia, Languor, Low Upblu, <'..-•..»;.... ..( IJ,»
I Palpitation of tbo Heart, timidity, iioii.bl.u,, . _
noss of Bight or OlddliMm, Dueaswi uf tlie '___
Throat, Noaocr ...in, A,_«ct!o_f of the I m
•»h or Bowels—tlio*. t_r.tbl.d_«ji_.ri.rrlMfe| ti_„
tho Solitary Halilti of VouiU - ttu... s.nrot mid -oil
tary practices more futhl to their vt_;__- than tli.
song of Srrons to the Mum.j i „. bllgiitiii.
their molt brilliant hopes or aiitkitmll.ui, r.nii-irlii
marriages, Ac., Impossible.
-Specially, who have become the victim, ol HolituA.
Vice, tbat dreadful and destructive hrbit which anna
ally sweeps to au untimely grave tboiiHtinils of Youn.
Men ofthe most exalted talont and brilliant lutelloct
who might otherwise have entrance] listening Seu
atos with tbe thunders of eloquence, or waked 1.
ecstacy the living lyree, may call with full conn
Married Persons, or Touag Men oonteuiplatiliii
marriage, boing aware of physical weakjoss, 01 gam.
debilities, detormlties, Ac, spoedily cured.
He who places himself under the cars of Dt. J.
may religiously ooafide on his houor as a geutleiu..'
and confidently rely upon bis skill as a physiofan
niniediiitely cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadfnl disease—which renders lift) mi>,er-.U
and marrlags impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper Indulgences. Young persona
are too apt to committ excesses from not being a war
of tho dreadful consequences that may eiriiie. Now
who that understands tbo subject -.ill pretend t.l
deny that the power oi procreation is lost sooner by
those 1 all Ing into Improper habits than bythepm.
dent! Besides being deprived of the pleasures oi
healthy offspring, the most seriuus and dostrnctlvs
symptoms to both body and mindaiise. The system
becomes deranged, the physical aud meutal functions
weakened, loss of procrcative powor, nervous irrita
bility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, ludlcM
tion, constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame
coughs, consumption, Ac.
Orrica No. 7 So.in Kiis.'.siuck ___«,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street,'* _>„
doors from the corner, fail not to observe the „,-u.
and number.
Letters must be paid aud contain a stamp. Tt>.
Doctor's Diplomas hang In his office.
Member of the Royal Colloge of Surgeons, Loudon
graduate from ono of the most euitnont Colleges lo
the United States, aud the greater part of whose lite
has been spent in tho hospitals of London* Paris
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the
most astonishing; cures that were ever known; many
troubled with ringing in the head aud ears wheu
asleep, great nervousness, being alarnii _ at suddou
sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blusliiug, attended
sometimes with a derangement of tho mind, war.
cured immediately. .
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them
selves by improper Indulgence aud solitary habit,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them f.i
either business, study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy eff.ie'
produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakuoos ol
the Back and Liuibs, Pains iv the Uead, Dimness ot
Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Doraugement
of the Digestive Fuuctlena, General Debility Syoiti
toms of Consumption. v
The fearful effects on the mind ere much to be
dreaded. Loss of Memory, Ooufusion of Ideas Do
pruvslou of Spirits, Evil yorobodings, Aversion to
Society, Self-distrust, Lovoot Solitude, Timidity Ao
are some of the evils produced. ' '
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge
what is the cause of their declining health loosing
their vigor, bocoming weak, pale, nervous and ema
ciated, having a singular appearance about th. eyes
cough and symptoms of cuusumption. '
who have injured themselves by a certain practice
Indulged in when alone—a habit frequently lea _ed
from evil companions or at school, tho effects of which
aro nightly felt, oven wheu asleep, and, if not cured
renders marriage impossible, and destroys both miuj
and body—should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope ot his
oojntry, the pride of his parents, should be snatched
from all prospects »nd enjoyments of life by the <-..,,
""1»»n™ of deviating rtoiu •>„, Dath of nitui. _,„
ludulging In a oortafn secret __..!. . ,h' u J£" ,a
UVB7, before contumplatiiiE neraonsj
redect that a sound mind and body are the most neo
sssary requisites to promote connubial happiness; In
deed, without taese, the Journey throueh life becomes
a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to
the view, the mind becomes shadowed with dispair
and filled with the melancholy reflection that the
happiness of another becomes blighted with our own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds lie has imbibed tho seeds of this pain
ful disease, it too ofteu happens that uu ill-timod Bense
HJ ibsme 01 dread of discovery deters liim from ap
ol>iug to those, who, fVcuu education and respecta
bility, can alone befriend him. He falls into the
h--iids of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, i_
-0 ipablo of curing, tllclt his pecuniary substance, keep
him trifling month After month, cr as long as the
soiullest foe can be obtuiued, aud with dispair leave
him with ruined Health to sigh over his galling dis
appointment; or, by tho use of that deadly poison
Mercury, he-Hten th. constitutional symptoms of the
terrible disease, rach as Affection of the Hoad,
Throat, Nose, Ss.n, etc., progressing with frightful
till death puts a period to his driudiul suffer
i, v * ""vsenditig him to tbat ruidisoopers. oou.tr*
from WD>~ ;. 0n ,. 11H no traveller rntT.ru-.
.:.i "Jf? . ",'»»*-» oared at this institution
Within the last sign-™,, _„ d th nuo)orou ,
Surgical Operations peru. .' d„' Dr . Johnston, wit
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