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Kirs! Senatorial District — Nomination o M. s.r«. Willoimliby nnd Daniels—Success As .Ul nt Is—lS Thomas' lonservntlvc Victory -The Americaii-Jniiun F.xpedilion. Washington, D. C, Oct. luth, 1871. The Republican Senatorial Convention,for the nomination of candidates for the coun ties of Loudoun, Fairfax and Alexandria which met nt Alexandria on Friday last was a most harmonious meeting. Tin nominations made is an evidence of the de termination of the Republican! of this dis- No better men could have been put for ward as the standard-bearers of tho Repub lican party in this important district than the gentlemgn on whose shoulders the man tle has fallen. Judge WilloughbyandTJol. Daniels arc both well known throughout the State, and where best known are most highly respected. Both have long been residents of the State, and are identified with all its interests. Thoroughly imbued with the spirit of progress, active and en- j ergctic in whatever they may undertake, with the experience they have bad in many years' of political life, they will make it exceedingly hot for their opponents. They aro both personally popular in the district, and your correspondent predicts their elec tion by a handsome majority. Henry W. Thomas, Esq., in accepting the nomination Of the Conservative (Demo cratic) party in this district says: "The elec tion which is soon to come oil'in our Slate, will determine whether the-"Conservative" party shall maintain its ascendency so hap- | jiily established in the election of 1809." 'f hero was no such party as tho "ton Hervativa" in existence in 1SG1). It was lican" party which carried the State in ISG9. The Republican party, pure and simple, will do "that same" in Is; I. The peoplo of Virginia have not for gotten that the Slate was then carried by a | cheat and a fraud, and that cheating and j the grossest kind of fraud has been the watchword of that party ever since it came News has been received at the Depart ment of Agriculture from (len. Capron and party, who left San Francisco for Japan on ihe lirst of August last. They all arrived safely at Yokohoma about the first of Sep tember, and were received and entertained as princes. Oh the, 6th ult. they were to have been presented to the Mikado, after which they were to at once start for the Island of Ycddu, which is to be their head quarters and the scene of their labors. * ien Capron writes that be will be able to send many valuable plants and seeds to the Department Of Agriculture. *Ai>A. Republican Mectinji in Klim soul »>.urcn • County. KlN'd ami Queesn ('. 11., Va., \ ',',. lla K<V,!-irt' r Hie Slate. Jom-ntti: The Republicans of King and Queen as- j - embled iv mass meeting at the court-houso to-day, !'<>!' the purpose of nominating a candidate for t'ne'l.egisiauire. Quite a lively canvass was carried on be tween the aspiring candidates, four of whom were on the ground, busy as bees, j The greatest enthusiasm prevailed, and each candidate evinced a fair and honorable dis- ! ;„isitiiin towards his competitors. The meat-ia was called te order by Hon. | waa selected as chairman, and Mr. Thomas j Norton was then introduced, and addressed Short addresses Irom each of tlie can- j didat.es were then delivered, nnd the ballot ing commenced. Mr. Bi-hard M. Lewis received 80 votes, an.l Johu \\. Dolman, j i.i votes; Thomas Lewie, !> votes, and Ar e.hy Robinson, 7 votes. Mr. Richard M. Lewis was then declared the nominee of the I IKirty, and on motion of Mr. Thos. Lewis, his nomination was made unanimous. On motion of Mr. Robinson, the following re- | solution was unanimously adopted: Ilesvlred, Thai Ihe Bepublioans at Kins and llneen in convention assembled, ro-afflrm and indorso the nomination ol' E. W. Massey lor Senator, and plodfre themselves to rnlusir and | discountenance any attempt to defeat his elec- Mr. Masse v was then introduced, and in j .in effective and tolling speech reviewed his j . •imnection with the party, and reiterated i iiis devotion lo its principles. It is now quite evident that the attempt to split the party will be frustrated—the mooting fully | sustaining the course of its delegates to the Senatorial convention which nominated Mr. As you may suppose, Democratic agents have been active in the attempt to create ■division in this Senatorial district, livery gentleman has, with his friend, Mr. Norton, canvassed tho highways and by-ways ai : -.the district and fully met the issues. Such has been their activity that we have ,-,-u every indication of success. "Wm. Thomas Lewis, Aa Ail'ectlUß Incident HI Chicago. ■■While Madison street west of Dearborn, and tlie west side of Dearborn were all ablaze, ihe spectators sii'.v the lurid light appear in the rear windows of Speed s block. Presently a man, who had appa rently taken time to dress himself leisurely, appeared on tlie extension built up to tho second story of two of the stores. He coolly looked down the thirty feet between him and the ground, while the excited .crowd first cried jump; and then some of ihem more considerately looked for a lad der. ' A long plank was soon found, and tanswered tho same as a ladder, and was placed at once against tho window, down which the man soon after slid, liut while these preparations were going on there sud denly appeared another man at a fourth* story window of the building below, which had no projection, but flush from the top to the ground—four stories aud a basement. His escape by the stairway was evidently .cut off, and he looked despairingly down .the tifty feet between him aud the ground. Tha crowd grew almost frantic at the tisAt for it was only a choice of death be fore him—by toe or hy being crushed to death by the fall. Senseless criesof jump ! jump' went up from the crowd—sense less, but full of sympathy, for the sight was absolutely agonizing, 'then lor a minute or two lie disappeared, perhaps even less, but it seemed m long a time the supposition was that he bad fallen, sullo ralcd by the smoke and heat. But no ;he appears again. First he throws a Md, teensomo bed-clothes apparently; why, probably even he does not know. Again he looks down the dead, sheer wall ol lifty feet below him. Ho hc.-ilal.-s, and WBM may as he turns again and looks behind him.' Then he mounts to the window MB. Hi* whole form appears, naked to the shirt, and his while limbs gleam against the dark wall in the bright light its he swings him self below the window. Somehow—how none can tell—he drops and catches upon the top of the windows below him, of the third story. He stoop and drops again, aud seizes the frame with his hands, and his gleaming body once more straightens and hangs prone down ward, and then drops instantly and accu rately upon the window sill of the thin story. A shout, more of joy tlian ap plause, goes up from the breathless crowd death, glanced up at him once more, with a | ray of hope, nt thin daring and skillful feat. Into this window he crept, to look, pos sibly, for a stairway, but appeared again presently, lor here was the only ave nue of escape, desperate atid hopeless as it was. Once more he dropped his body, hanging hy his hand. The crowd screamed, and waved to him to swing himself over the projection from which*the other man had iust been rescued. He tried to do this, and vibrated like a pen dulum, from side to side, but could not reach far enough to throw himself upon its roof. Then he hung by one hand and looked down ; raising the other hand, he took a fresh hold, and swung from side to side again to reach the roof. I n vain; again he swung motionless by one hand, and slowly turned his head over his shoulder, j and gazed in tho abyss below him. Then, gathering himself up, he let go his hold, and for a second a gleam of white shot down full forty feet, to the foundation of the basement. Of course it killed him. He I was taken to a drugstore near by, and died in ten minutes. lI.AN OF ORGANIZATION AND PLAT FORM OF THK R-PUBLICAIi PARTY | OF VIROINIA. Plan or Organization. IMlirr'INCT ORGANIZATION. Ist. There shall be an Executive Commute in j each voting precinct, consisting of seven ni. in hers, to be selected by the voters of said pi-i'i-mi'i, j whose tii ty it shall lie lo make a thorough . at. vas of snch precinct; to organize, and malic t-lli- . cient, a Republican club; to procure a list of reg istered and legal voters, and to do all in then power before registration, and at the polls, I.i si cure the success of the Republican party, Tin. | Committee shall select one member of the Ci uni ty Executive Committee to represent the pillmill in that body. Tho Precinct Committee shall | report to the TOWNSHIP COMMITTER, which shall bo composed of five members se lected by tho voters of the township. The said | committee Bhall have the general superinlinil ence of the precincts and shall sco that a thorough canvass is made of each precinct. The Township Committee shall rejiort lo lire j County Committee, which shall consist of one member trom each precinct. This County Com mittee shall havo general and supreme control ot the organ—a tion aud systematic cauvass of the otintv. . . It shall bo tho duty of tho secretary of the "ounty Committee to report immediately upon j rganization, and regularly every Monday ill oudition and wants of tho party in their re pective counties. From the general County Committee there hall bo selected a County Executive Coniinii •e, not exceeding five in number. Each general County Committee shall select member to represent said county in the Con ressional District Committee, to whom i!i" 'ounty Committee shall report. CITY ORGANIZATION. In the cities tho organization shall exist as at irescnt constituted; but subject to tho raotlitii-a ion and control of the State Central Executive Committee as to tho system of organization. THB STATE CKSTRAI. CO.UMITTEIi hall consist of three (3) members from each (J.m gressiunal District, to be selected by Hied.!. hereof, and one member at large, to be elected iy the Convention, and bo chairman of the Com nittee. The Committee thus constituted shall elect a secretary and treasurer, and providolor the pay nent of the latter. Tho State Central Committee shall select na Executive Committee to consist of such number ts tbey may elect, wad to be locatodsoas tn i,n nostconveniently f_sembled. BASIS OF REPRESENTATION. In all Slate Conventions, and State Nominating gonventions, the basis of representation thai 1 . Ir.' ie same as provided by the State Constitution, or n that proportion. In all Conventions for the nomination of can didates lor Congress, State Senator, or Conven tions of Congressional or Senatorial Districts, each county in said District shall have a repre sentation in proportion to tho Republican vote cast at the last preceding Gubernatorial or Con gressional election: except in counties or districts Where Conventions have already been ordered. In all County and City Conventions, each township of the county, and each ward of the city, shall have a representation in proportion to the '..'..publican vole cast at the last precedlßJj Gubernatorial or Congressional election: pro vided, that in cases where nominations are lo In' made for a city or county aloo-.. tii.r Execßtive Committee of such county or city shall call a I 'imventioli to make such nominations. In a District composed of more I hau one county or cily whore no District Committee exists, Con ventions shall be called by the .joint action of the Executive Committees of said counties and cities, and a majority of each committee shall be suf ficient to give authority to such calls. rintrurni. The Republican party of Virginia, in Cony.ii- | tion assembled, reaffirm their devotion lo the principles of the National Republican Party of the United States, as enunciated in ihe Chicago platform at the last National Convention. Wo are iv favor of, aud support as national A tariff, which, while securing the necessary, shall give incidental, protection' to American in dustry. A national banking system, that shall give us a safe aud uniform currency, and absolute security to bill-holders. The policy of extending government aid to the States in improving their rivers and harbors. The absolute payment of all obligations of the government, and a sufficient yearly reduction of tile national debt to convince tlie world of our Rmination to ultimately extinguish it,«vtiile, a same time, wo carefully avoid burdening woplo with onorous and unnecessary tnxa at we heartily endorse tlie administration of dent Grant, and are unauimonsly in favor 3 renoiulnation in 1672. ' No honest man can deny tliat the tendency of the Legislation of toe past year in Virginia In been to depress all "the material interests of the people. Taxation has been increased almost be yond tiie lit—ite of human endurance, and the Democratic Legislature, with its two-thirds ma jority, by passed oppresslvo and unnecessary laws, among which the funding bill stands prom inent. Under ils provisions taxation on tho pro perty of the SUlte will be double what it is now, or not less than one dollar on every hundred. Worse still, because it is unnecessary, they have compelled the people of Virginia to raise money, either by sacrificing their property, or products, or by paying au enormous rale ol hue vsi to pay these onorous taxes by ih.' Ist day ofSepti'mDer, 1871, or forfeit five par cc*l., while we .tie now trill ially informed by the Treasurer of the State that the money so colleciedi-noi needed until Jan uary and Tuly, LS72, and is lying m Iho banks of the cily of Richmond drawing only four per cent. interest, presenting tho astonishing spectacle of a State lowing, its citizens to loan wealthy corpora tions more than a million dollars at the low ran of four por cent, per annum, while at tho sanw time, under this extraordinary combination o circumstances, ourcitizens are thus compelled to borrow their ovyn money at the rate -ot twelvi per cent, per annum. The passage of such acts in Virginia by i Democratic Legislature is only in keeping will Democratic legislation wherever that party ob tains power, as exemplified by that great leadluj Democratic organization of the United States— the Tammany ring of New York. This Lagls j—lure has passed laws neutralizing and render iug void and of no effect the homestead provision ol tin*constitution; placing the execution of tin. laws establishing oomniou schools in pariisai and unfriendly hands, and have violated aim. r every pledge mado by their authorized reptcsen tatives when pleading for the admission of th State to Federal representation. They have created a parti—in judiciary, au giveu tho county judges created by caucus norn nations, unprecedented and unheard of powei They have reestablished that relic of a barbar oils past, the whipping-post, and by giving th judges power to select the juries in all cases have enabled Ihem to do, as they have done in vast majority ol instances, exclude the colore man from the jury-box, and deprive him of il right so dear to all, of defence before a jury of bis peers. The Republican party invite the cooper auoil of all good citizens in correcting these abuses, and do hereby— "gesohe, That we are opposed to levying upon our citizens any further tax than is necei sary to a strictly economical administration of the Stale government, anil demand that our ..in—lives in tho Legislature shall do all in ili.-ir power to alleviate to the greatest ex tort possible, tho burdens of the people, and to decrease tiioexpenses of tho State. . "Rejoice, That we demand the honest and scrupulous enforcement at the constitution of tuu State in all its pans, and such legislation as will secure the equal rights to all, guar anteed by that instrument, equitable taxation, the benellls of tho homestead act, a thorough system of common school education, and an iiu- j partial and uou-parilsau judiciary." Resolutions* Resolnal, That the battle of universal freedom j and universal suffrage having been fought an.l won and those ameudmeuts lo the Constitution I of the Uuited States designed io secure m perpe tuity the rights „/ man, accepted by a large pan til... Democratic party, and they pledge, I ut de forever thereby, and these Issues having ii r hit- solemnly and finally determined, there a tuts in, excuse for our natural and sympa tic friends, tiie Whigs of Virginia, to continue j any degree their cooperation Willi the Demo- ] cratic parly. „.. , . j__j Beeolned, That the Whigs u f \ irgrnia, iv stands ing by the faith of their fathers, and agreeing with'us in all that relates to our governmental organization—the protection of American indus try and manufactures, the system of iiauonal money for th* Improvement of our rivers and harbors, and the construction of our (Treat wafer rrimercial highway— are RepwbHeani in all eswe the name; and this Convention, ins• .„ I with these triillis. and ,'iiixit.ns thai ths Republican i>arty of Virginia sliould avail itself ol the capacity, character, and love of country of this large element, is gratified in extending lo them an earnest invitation to join once more In patriotic battle agaiust their old foe—the Demo cralic party. Resolved, Thai whether these gallant allies shall at once become the foremost of Republican*, standing within the strictest circle of our party organization, or but yield to us Ihall 'cordial co operation against tlte common enemy, wu pledge them in either raise, the warm welcome ol a lle publicau President, the slncerest graiiiude and fellowship of ihe liepiiblican party, and a lull partlC.pallon lv all llni bejieflls io bo derived from a common victory over their old enemy, the 1 lemocratic nartv THE FINE AETS, &c. QOl IIIERN CHttOMO~DEPOT. Nil. '''■i'JVlAl.NJjl____________ WAI.SH & HEllllY PniiPKISTOKH. PAINTINdS, _____ ENGRAVINGS, ElTllllllliAl'llS, etc.. etc., ever exhibited ill our ri ',V ■________ A good slock of MIRRORS, OA'AL FRAMES, PHOTOt HIATUS, etc.tnlwavsjnTjiarunnnnli; j clieapesi nnrf I" -tin the market. IE WRIT I N'<l DESKS, ALBUMS. rl.l. PUS'S, Sl'Hrrirl. H<»<>KS .'.Mr St ATl<■ SK ttV at lowest rates. X AND SEE OUR GALLERY-ft? ! a call before buying elsewhere. AYe do of FRAMING. n WALSH & REPDY. I WORTH RMIWIMriA.YDRECORD IN YOUR MEMOKANIIUM HOOK 3NT-N-ENOB AND SAVINII OK I for sale, by payments of weekly install he largest, best and cheapest stock oi !ES south of Washington, in, French, German, nnd American HKOMO AND OIL PAINTINGS a specialty. I . made arrangements with leading nn ind publishing nouses of New York and phia, I often hem as low tts can be bought I iea. I will furnish any Cltromo that is tnoricaii niarkel orimporicd. Framing | in all descriptions of moulding ou the shortest notice, cheaper than any house in the city. Looking-Glasses all sizes, styles and descri|i lions. Mouldings in length sold cheap, or maim- j factored by the foot. Photograph and H—stlc ! Frames, Mats, Passepatots, Fancy Nails and Cord, 4c. Large Family Hlbles, (themost recog uized editions,) magnificently bound in morocco and gold, with treble gilt clasps. Family Album with Certificate and Record attached, size II by 13. Clocks from tho most eminent manufactur ers in the United States. Carpets, John Crossly 4 Son's English Brussels, extra superfine and fine, &c, and other descriptions, Also, Watches and Clocks repaired by a skillful workman and guaranteed. Being the first to Introduce the system of pay ißgfbr goods by weekly installments, and the large patronage I have received for the last live years in this city, is a desideratum lor tlie future. I am constantly adding other goods to the above enumerated. WILLIAM DAFFKON. se a.'.—dtiin • MSB Main street. SEWING MACHINES riAHE HIGHEST PREMIUMS EA'ER AWARDED TO ANY SEWING MACHINE— The Cross or Ihe Legion or Honor nml a Gel Meilnl— THE HOWE SEAVING MAC 111NE at the Paris Exposition of 1887, and now tt pea to? the HOAVE MACHINE COMPANY. □all and see this celebrated Machine In opera tion at the oQlce, S2:t Main street. se s—d&wls .1. F. McKENNEY. riAHE IMPROVED SINGER SEAVING MACHINE. THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. lis Sales Indicate it; Durability and Popularity its Work mil——) it. 121,833 SOLD LAST YEAR. NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY. We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine must stand ispon ils owu merits. Call and ex amine it. Sewing Machiues REPAIRED. mil 10—d&wts 813 Main street. I PE-NTEES' WAEEHOUSE. II IHE LARGEST TYPE FOUNDRY ANO MOlir. EXTBNSIVH PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE South of l'hiladephia, is the establishment of Richmond, A t a. The Richmond Dispatch says: '■ lit.hmond Tyi'k FouMliav.—The new dress m which the Disputeh has appeared for some weeks was furnished by Messrs. 11. L. Pki.ol'zß & Co., proprietors of the Richmond Type Foundry. AW have been using their type lor eight or ten .err.-, .md have found-!ltem ecpial in diirabili'y uni style of finish lo ihe best, foundries In this country and England. Their prices are uniform with ail tlie oilier foundries." 1 tie Ku'hnu.ud Whiff says: ''TiiEßlcHMo.MJTn'slr'oUKlißV. —AYe have ).. i, guiliy of an inadvertence in failing io mention that the beautiful soil of type in which the Whig now appears was manufactured for us nt the Richmond Type Foundry. This is the third out fit we have obtained from that establishment — one before and two since the war—and w« are prepared to bear emphatic testimony to thelldel- | iiy with which the proprietors (Messrs. 11. L. Pelouze _ Co.) execute their contracts to the beauty and durability of their work, and to the fairness of their prices. The Richmond Emjulrer says : Tho handsome typographical appearance of this paper has been noticed nnd complimented by the press all over U» oon—try. We take pleasure in stilling that our outfit was procured from the Richmond Type Foundry, Messrs. H. L. Pelouzo a Co,, proprietors. je l.'r—dcod&wti—l EESTAUEANTa "T"Tj.Hni«ht "house : no. 21s, ninth street, near broad, j is proprietor of the ONLY ALL NIfHIT HOUSE IN RICHMOND, j Gentlemen can be supplied with OYSTERS in : every style, and Willi choice WINES, LItIUORS, Ac. Remember, oc ll—3m 219 NINTH STREET. FOE EENT _ I VloiTilEVr—Two large DWELLINGS, _j with moilern conveniences—ono with car- nagi-house and stable attached, near the earner of Leigh and Adams streets. Apply to su3o—lrneod* GKUHH h WILLIAMS. We will attend to nil CLAIMS OF Ultri 1--H SUBJECTS against the government of tlie L'ni- , led States, payable by the termaof the late trea ts between tho United suites and Great -tit—ln, These chtims are tor acts committed against r iho person and properly of subjects of Great Bri tain during the 1 w.l of the late war, and by Ihe | army or authorized ageuls of the United SI CHANDLER, HOB-CM * SHIELDS. nUI'LER'H BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not _J a thing of yesterday, got up io gull the un wary and put money iv the iwckets of tho pro prietors. It has „ioud tin. lest ol tune. Having been In the market over tidily years, its very name will recall to many who are now the rc siK-cted heads of families, tho halcyon days of thoir youth, with all its joys and sirrann j it ia still the same; mfallable iv its operation; aspt r iiic remedy tor vouilttul iti.li-.i.i ion and tolly; I a true frietld. Il is tor sale by all druggists— | NEW PUBLICATIONS. JL). NOS. 84!) AND -A.'il BROADWAY. 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S By virtue of the authority given by an act of Congress approved July 11, IS7O, enlitled "An act to authorize the refunding of the national debt," I hereby give notice thai the principal and accrued interest of Ibe bonds herein below desig nated, known as FIVE-TWENTY BONDS, will be paid at tho Treasury of the United States, the city of AVashington, on or after the lirst . ay of December next, and that the interest on id bonds will cease oa that day. That is to r ay, Coupon Bonds known as the lirst series, Act I f February 23, 1882, dated May 1, lSti2, number- I d as follows: 1 to 30ffii9, inclusive, of $.10oath. Ito 4n.572, ". V»i " I lo 40011, " I*lo " 1 to 741.!, " !"»» " .nil Registered Bonds of the same At'— 1 to 593, inclusive, of toil each. 1 to 1899, " 6<*> " Ito StUXS, " letw " 1 to 2908, " lIKMI " The amount oulslauding (embraced in the nnm lers as above) is one hundred million (SH>O,OOO, --00») dollars. Coupon Bonds of the Act of February 25, 1 : '.', were issued in four distinct series, lloirils of tlie Irst scries 'embracing those described above) 00 ot bear the series designation upon tlicm. —ml— | hose of the second, third and fourth series are [ llslinclly marked on the face of Iho lionds. United States securities forwarded.for re—nap ion should be addressed to the "LOAN DIA'I- ] SIONV ' BOTeU ' rSOI!f< "'-J. F.HARTLEY, Acting Secretary. se 2—Slawint&weow.lt f— -■————I ■ —*= ■-* FURNnUIIE. _ XTOW MANUFACTURING IN AND REOEIAING BY STEAMERS, Beautiful sets of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Diniiig-Room FURNITURE. I also keep on hand nn assortment of the cheapest Chairs, Tables, B—bstbadb, UORIACS, W'AsrrsrAMlis, Lii.rillMl-til.ASSlrrs, M.IT I iIASSILS, P..i.-Tilts and Pti i " -. L.ri'Mii;s, Sofas, Cuius, I'll.llH.i:s, Tur.virM'. Bbiistbads. ■11l tenner than tan be bought elsewhere. Goods carefully paekod lor shipping. Alii 111 KKOONEY. War—Rons—Governor and Franklin si reels, oc Hi—lm TTIURNITURE. AYe have now on hand a large and superior stock of CHAMBER, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM FURNI T 0 R E, made by the most experienced workmen, of sca .enerl I 0 tl l.Tirl 1 S. We invite all in need of first-class FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES .mine our slock before buying. AYe cannot se B—Sm Governor street, Richmond. Va. , SAVINGS BANK. ij E.nbv-L"toTnew kan-ikm *roo__. NT.I. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET, Between Main and Bank Streets. NATIONAL FREEDMENS SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, IN*, j DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made daily (excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P. .11, and ou Saturday Eveuiuga froinfi te 8 e'clock. INTEREST at the rate of six per cent per an uniu declared and compounded hi .March, July and November, on all sums of FIVE (S) DOLLARS and upwarils. Deposits received of FIVE CENTS anil up wards CHARLES SPENCER, _ r fr J'Jr±L - .. Cashier. DYE WORKS, rpllE OLDEST f THE LARGEST!! AND THE BEST I! I DYEWORKS IN AMERICA Are the STATEN ISLAND WORKB, New York The Southern Ollice and Agency is at PREMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT, From his extensive practice In the great Hospi tals of Europe anil the first in this country, Tin: hnglrnril, Prance, Philadelphia and elsewhere, Offer tin* most certain, speedy and effectual remedy In tin- world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE Weakness ol the Hack or Limbs, Strictures, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, lnvolua lary Discharges, Unpotency, General Debility, Nervousness. Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, (joafuslon of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, rimiditv. Tremblings, Dimness of .sight or or GHdd—UMS, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affeclion of the Lungs, Stomach or Bow ie.so terrible disorders arising from the S-.I urirv Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more ftital to their victims than the srrtrg of Syrens to the Mariner of Ulysses, blighting Irr ir mosl brilliant hopes or anticipations, —-n- dering marriages, &r. impossible. A ill' Nit MEN, Especially, who have become the victims of Solitude Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps lo an untimely graTS thousand* of Young Men of the most exalted talent andbrillhral Intellect, whomlghtotherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thun ders of eloquence, or waked to ecstaoy the living lyreo, may call with full confidence. Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, or ganic debilities, deformation, 4c, speedily cured. lie wim places himself under tho care of Dr. J. may religiously confide on his honor as a gentleman and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. immediately cured and full vigor restored. This dreadful disease—which renders life mise rable and marriage imiwssible—is the penalty paid by the victims of improper Indulgencies. Young'persons are too apt to commit excesson, Itom not being aware of the dreadful conse qnenees that muy ensue, Now, who that under- I stands the subject will pretend to deny that Ihe power of procreation is lost sooner by those fall ing into improper habits than by the prudent? Besides being deprived of the pleasures of healthy offspring, the most serious and destruc tive syirgitoms to both body and mind arise. The -,-ir tn Reirrn.is deranged, Ihe physical aud men. j ml functions weakened, loss ol procrealive pow er, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, constitutional debility, a wasting of tho frame, coughs, consumption, de cay and death. A CURE AVARRANTED IN TWO DATS. Persons ruined in health by unlearned pretoa ers who keep ih..m Hilling mouth after month, I inking poisonous and injurious compounds, should «pply immediately. Member of the Royal College of' Surgeons, 1..n.- | don graduate from one of the most eminent Col leges in the United States, and the greater part ~l'whoso life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known; many troubled with ring ing in the head and ears when asleep, gun I lervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, lashtu—teas, with fri'ipient blushing, attended sometimes with a derangement of the mind, were cured immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr J addresses all those- who have injured themselves by improper indulgencies and solita ry habits, which ruin botli body and mind, untit ling Uiem for either business, study, society, or marriage. . . , , , These are snme of the sad nnd melancholy ef. feels produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pains in tho Head Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pow er, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of tho Digestive Func tions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consump tion MENTALLY. The fearful effects on the mind are much to bo dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid itv, &c, iire some of the evils produced. 'Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what is Ihe cause of their declining healUi, loosing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and emaciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption. ■ YOUNG MEN whe have Injured themselves by a certain prac tice indulged iv when alone—a habit irequeiitly learned from evil companions or at school, the ..fleets of which aro nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage im possible, and det troys both mind and body should apply immediately. J' ._, AAliat a pity that a young man, the hopo ef his country, the pride of his parents, should bo snatched from all prospects and enjoyments ol life by the consequence of deviating from the 1 path of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons, mdst, before coiitempln h MARRIAGE, hat a sound mind and body are the most ry requisites to promote connubial hapi ideed, without these, the journey through uecomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens lo the view, the mind becomes shadowed with despair and iillcd with the mel ancholy reflection that the happiness of another becomes blighted with your own. When tho misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure finds ho has Imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens that an ill timed sense of shame or dread of discovery de ters him from applying to those, who, from edu cation and respectability, can alone befriend lum. He falls into the hands of ignorant aud designing pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep him trifling month after month, or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and with despair leave him with ruined health to sigh over his galling disappointment, or by the use of that, deadly poison Mercury, hasten the constitutional symptons of tho terrible dis ease such as .Affection of the Head, Throat Nose Skill, etc., progressing with frightful rapid ity till dealh puts a period to his dreadful suffer ing by sending him lo that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveller returns. To such, therefore, Dr. Johns ton offers the most certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy in "oFBOT, ' SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few r doors from the coiner. Fail not to observe the !" name and number. gar No letters received unless post-paid and containing a stamp to be used on the reply. Per sons writing should state age, and send portion of advertisement describing symptoms. There are so many Paltry, Designing and Worthless impostors advertising themselves as Physicians, trilling with and ruining the health of all who unfortunately fall into their power, that Dr. Johnston deems it necessary to say es pecially to those unacquainted with his reputa tion, that Ins Credentials or Diplomas always | hang In his office. ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cured at tins institution within the last eighteen years, and the mime- | tons surgical Operations performed by Dr. John- i ston, witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun and many oilier papers, notice of which ap] again and iigain before the public, besides lus stand—tg iism gentleman of ch.irucierand respon sibility, is a siitiioicii-ut guarantee to the afflicted. BKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. fI'iIENEAVYORK HYGIENIC INSTITUTE, 13 AND 15 LAIGHT ST., NEW YORK CITY. A. L. WOOD, M. I)., Physician. The objects of this institution, which has been in successful operation for more than twenty years, are two-fold, viz: 1 The Treatment and Cure of the Sick, with out poisoning litem, by Hygienic agencies alone. 2. To furnish a pleasant, genial lions, to tii.-u.i of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they CURE DEPARTMENT. Thousands of invalids have been successfully treated at this institution during the past twen.v I years, and its fume is known wherever the Eng- | I lish language is spoken. Its appliances for the treatment of disease without tho use of poison ous drugs are the most extensive and complete of i any institute in America. They comprise the eel- SWEPJSH MOVEMENT I'URE, the varied and extensive resources of tlie WATER OUBE, Healthful Food, a Pleasant llnnie, etc. Particu lar at tenlion is given to the treatment of all forms especially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Constipation, .Torpidity of the Liver, Weak Lungs and Incipient Consumption, Paralysis, Poor Circulation, General Debility, Curvature of the Spine, Scrofula. Diseases ofthe Slim, Ute rine Weaknesses and Displacements, Spcrma- | Anyone wishing further information should should send lor a circular, containing further par ti.'iilnis, terms, etc., which will be scut pee by HOARDING DEPARTMENT. We are open at all hours ol the day and nigh f.rr Ihe reception of lioarders and patients. Our location is convenient of access from tho railroad depot* and steamboat landings, and to the busi ness part of the city. Street cars pass near the to all parts ofthe city, making it a very i-ouveni.'iit slopping place for persons viftltlag lie' city on business or pleasure. Our tablo is suii plied with Iho best kinds of food, healthfully prepared, and plenty of it. In these respects ii fully at home. Terms reasonable. __ RATLH0AD8 /• IHKSAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On and aft—- September Ist, PASSENGER TRAINS leaVe Richmond (Sundays excepted) "rio a"m—MAIL TRAIN for White Stilphu Springs connooling at Gordonsville with Orange Alexandria and Manassas train for WasUiugUi and North, and Lynchburg and South. 8:35 P. M.—ACCOMODATION TRAIN f. Gordonsville, except on Saturday, on which da It leaves at ft P. M. This train connects al lln donsvillir with Un night trains on the Oring. Alexandria and Manassas railroad for I.m. hbur and Washington. THROUGH TICKETS, sold at low rates, to nil p.lints Northwest and Southwest. Steerage tickets from Liverpool, tiueenstown, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Hamburg, Havre, Rottei dam, Bergen, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg, t all points on Ibis mad can be bought of the i; neral Ticket Agent at Richmond, or can lie o tier...! through any station agent on the road. Further information may be obtained at tlie company's office. No Passenger Trains are run on Sundays. A. H. PERRY. General Superintendent. JAXF.3 V. NETnRRI.ASb, General Ticket Agent. oc 4 T> It HMOND A.\D I\, YORK RIVER RAILROAD. IO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVEL .IHHSIENT OP THE DAII.T I.IHB BMWBBIf D, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA EW YORK AND BOSTON, , ANO UABT, WRST I '■ r- j NORTHWEST. KDUI TION OF FARE ! IMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED! r Train leaves if iclimond depot dally scented) nt 3 P. M , connecting at with the first-class steamers * CITY and DANIEL WEBSTER, I tho river landings and arriving In ] in the following morning in time to h trains North and West. I'lckns nnd Baggage Cheeked to all r Train leaves at S P. M. on SUN" vVest Point only, leave pier No. 10,141 Light street, Bal- Iv. (Sundays excepted,) at 4P. M., ar- I iclimond the following morning at 11. me passengers enjoy a good night's rain, with passcngorearnttnchcd, will (Mondays excepted) at 4 A. M. received daily, carefully ha-ndled, and orwarded. bills of lading given lo all points, mond to Baltimore * 8 SO " Boston, all rail from New A'ork 18 7ft " Boston, via tho Sound IS •—> j tickets to New York and return, ii- 30 days 1.1 0(1 I >re and return 8 on WM. N. BRAGG, Sup't. SB. Ticket Agent, Irabtt. Genera) Agent, Baltimore OND ANDDANVILLE RAILROAD il after July 28th, 1871, o. t (Through Passenger) leaves Ki.'n f (excopt Sunday) at 4:116 A. M.; leaves 111:02 A. M.; arrives at Greenslioro' at 10. 6 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves daily at 8:1 ft A. M.; arrives at Lynch- j o. 13 ( Freight and Accommodation) hmond at Sriift P. M.; arrives at Burkes -4 P. M., stepping at all way IHftlß—l days excepted.) o. 11 (Through Mail and Express)leaves daily at 2:40 P. M.; leaves Danville :42 P. M.; arrives at Greensboro' daily tio. 14 (Through Mail and Express) | 'eensboro' dally at 7:fto P. j—.; leaves I ally at 10:12 P. M.; arrives at Richmond ' >. 9 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens r (except Sundays) nt 11:05 A. M.;leaves 11:271. M.; arrives at Richmond at 5:22 io. 10 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves ■g daily at 6:30 A. M.; leaves Hurkeville : arrives nt Richmond al 4 P. M. No. |3 (Freight and Accommodation) rlceville at 4:30 A.M.; arrives at Rich s;4s A. M., stopping al all way sta f (Sundays excepted.) Has. 2 and 11 connect at Greensboro' ns on North Carolina railroad for all ith. So. t contacts at Burkcvillft with Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad nts Southwest and South. JGH TICKETS to-all points South ami I DM be procured at the ticket ollice in 1, and of R. F. AVALKER, Agenl of Al- Imieeippl and Ohio railroad, No. 1:;2.'. et, Richmond that have arrangements to advertise the j of this company will please print as General Ticket and Freight Agent. X. Tau-oTt, Eng'r and Sup't. an 24 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ILE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS AND POTOMAC ROUTE, GOING NTO EFFECT JUNE 7, IS7I. UGH TRAINS leave depot, comer I Eighth streets, as follows : vY TRAIN daily at.ft:2o A. M. Arrives iugton at 12:1 ft, Balliinoro (exoepl ou I at 2:lft, Philadelphia at 6:lft, and New llr-20 P. M. THE SAME DAY. :G1 IT TRAIN daily (except on Sundays) Ly TRAIN arrives in Richmond al 2:17 [IGIIT TRAIN arrives in Richmond; s excepted at 3:30 A. M. i .('OOMMODATION TRAIN, for Mil res Broad-street Depot daily (Sundays )at 4:30 P. M. Arrives in Richmond at JUT TRAINS loave Richmond en TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at o:4ft P. M. THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG GAGE Checks to all the principal points in the North, East and West. COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and Eighth street*. TICKET OFFICE, corner Byrd and Eighth streets. J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket Agent. E. T. T>. Mvßhi, General Superintendent. f\H__OT PASSENGER ROUTE J_J HRTWRKN RICHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST, ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO R. R. TWO TRAINS EVERY DAY. This Great Passenger Route is composedof the Richmond and Danville railroad, Atlantic, Mis sissippi and Ohio railroad, East Tennessee and Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia railroad, Nashville aud ChnllaiKroga railroad, and Memphis and Charleston railroad and their connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond daily at 9:lft o'clock a. in. and ft:OA o'clock p. in., I making close con—motions throughout to I.i n.'tihnrg iiu.i all - unions on A., M aud Ohio railroad, kiiuxville, Decatur, Corinth, 'Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanooga, Canton, Jackson, Vickshnrg, Mobile, Dal ton, At lanta, Rome, Seliua, Macon, Columbus and all points sonth and Southwest, Nashville, Colum bus, Chicago, Cairo St. Louis nnd all points I North and Noirthwvsi Through tickets good nulil used. Baggage stanched through. New and eiegan t sleeping ears on all night Good eating-houses, and ample time for meals, j Fare lower than by any other route. For furtlicr*iiiformali6n, apply al the ofllce of the A'irginia and Tennesse Air-Line Railway, 132 ft Mum street, or at the ollice of the Richmond and Danville railroad. R. F. AVALKER. TaRANOU, ALEXANDRIA AND MANAS- U SAS RAILROAD. On and after Sunday, January 20, 1871, one daily passenger train will run between WASH INGTON and LYNCHBURG-, connecting ut Gordonsville wilh the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad lo Richmond, Staunton and the Virgin ia Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and Southwest, and at Washington, to the North and Leave Waslungton daily al 6:ftft a. m, and Alex andria at 8 a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at ft:o3 Leave Lynchburg at B:2ft a. m., arrivo at Alex andria nt 6:25 p. in, and at Washington ut 8:15 p. in. For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington daily (excepting Sunday) al 10:30 am; leave Al exandria at 11:20 a. m., pass strasburg at 4:20 p. in., and arrive at Harrisbtirg at 7p. m. Eastward, leave Harrisburg al o:3u a. m; pass Strasburg at 8.25 a. m., arrive at Alexandria at 1.66 p. in. and at Washington In time for connect ing wilh the 3 p. tn. train from AVashington lo Bal timore. Good connections, by comfortable coaches, are made to Fairfax Court Honso frciu Fairfax sta tion ;to Middleburg from Plains; to UppervUle from Pied—tent, and te Staunton _oq Harrison■ Elegant steeping cars are run daily between New York and Lynchburg, withsiit ehaags. Also, cars through between Baltin:lo-e ar.d Lynillburg, avoiding thu iueonveuioiire vl trans- Through tickets and baggage eh eked lo all prormneut pomls otaowl _x__ t t Agent 1)1. It'MIJMI AMI 111 > VII. 1.1. AMI I'll II IV MONT RAILROADS, OFFICE OF GEN 1. I H XI I AMI FREIGHT AGENT, Bicnnesn. NOTICE T( i SHIPPERS. -Tho arrangements hereto—mi existing for the shipment of fritglit S.IIIIII, via Greenslioni', on through bills, having Ijeen discontinued by the North Carolinaßailroad I 'ompatiy, all rates to ]ioint* south of Greenstsj nf, heretofore given to shippers, are revoked.— ll.nafler ne rates will be guaranteed beyond Greensboro. JOHN R. MACMURDO, Gen'l Ticket and Freight Agent. T. M. R. Tslcoti, Engineer nod Sup't. STEAMSHIPS / llllM.i: OF SCHEDULE. The fast and elegant side-wheel steamer PALI | SADE, Capt. Cha*. Nklsok, will leave her wharf, ai (Powhatan Steamboat company's shed,)Rock ctts, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT I URDAY at 7 dklock A. M., for Kings Mill, ! touching at all the regular landings on James River. Returning, will leave King's Mill every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY anil FRIDAY, at s o'clock A. M., touching at all the landings. Freight received everyday. Thursday's trip to Chickahominy River is dis continued. All freights tor way landing mnst be prepaid. For further ivirtlculars, apply to Captain oo board, or to WM. P. BRETT, Agent, at Powhatan Steamboat Company's Bfcesja ■fTIOR NEW YORK—OLD DO JF MINION STEAMSHIP COM PANY. ■ The splendid new. side-wheel Steamships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA, HATTERAS and NIAGARA leave New York Norfolk, City Point and Richmond every TUES DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, nt 1 o'clock P. U. These ships aro entirely new, and were built expressly for this route. They have splendid saloons and state-rooms, and the accommodations and attention are mi- Goods shipped by this line are landed regu larly at Now York, on the (lompany's covered pier, 87 North river, within foily-oight hours Insurance effected when ordered, at a <juar tbr or e.\B fhr ckkt. at the office of this coin- Freights for points beyond New York forwarded with dispatch, and no charge made, execopt ac tual expenses incurred. tgg~ For further information apply to JOHN W. AVYATT, Agent, 1 ja I—tf No. » Governor street. A,rIRGINIA STEAMSHIP AND V PACKET COMPANY. The steamship GEORGE B. UPTON leaves New York every SATURDAY; leaves Richmond very TUESDAY. The steamship AVILLIAM P. CLYDE leaves New York every TUESDAY ; leaves Richmond every FRIDAY. I'reight received daily. Close connections made with steamers for a Southern aud Eastern ports. D. J. 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