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pests ol'political warfare are testing illus trious personal character on cither side the battle with a severity from which only the truest of tho true can hope to escape un scathed, there should ho a wide apprecia tion of the following vigorous lines, which Mr. Carlton, of "Farm Ballad" fame,con tributes to the Detroit I'ribunc : i. Whence did you come, O, iron column, Standing so stately, strong and solemn, Under the heavy dome t "Oh, I had birth from our Mother, Earth; They dragged me from my home, A brother of theirs and yours ; They tortured :ne with fires of death ; They gave me the furnace's withering breath ; Bui that which is tried and ran abide, Is tbat which longest endures." 11. Whence came you, O, forest tree t Bow and when came you to bo Heave, and strong and tall? "tun' Mother. Earth, shegnw me l.ii in, As she has done to us all. lint soon the teinpeM came by ; Aud arirtl winds bent my slender lorin, But quietly,strong I fought the storm ; And t' at which, unmoved, its strength has ptoved, May mill lhe Mormdefy " a hence tame you, O, man ol fame .' How dil you w iv your nuble name— i out inline forever to live ? "lib, 1 bad birth from our Mother, Earth, Wiih '.• hay liltle Heaven would give; But lev kood toothers and yours, Tlu'v dm ced me through the fiirnaceof bale ; They shaped my life at the forge of fate ; Aim! lie *i ho la tried and can abide, !s he wno longest endures. ' W. M. C. Theodore Thoughtful talks thus Mnsibl.v in the Tennessee Farmers' Advo cate : Children are fed fat poik and grease, tea, cotfec, and cordials, which corrupt the blood i.nd they break forth into foul sores and scabs all over the surface ; the mother sends for the doctor who pours poisonous medicines down the throat of the poor lit tle creatures. They die and the blame is laid on Providence. A child on a fouith of July was given by his father $5. lie spent it on candies und everything he thought tasted good ; that night he was taken in consequence with a fever, and although several physi cians were called he soon died and the pas tor preached at the funeral from the text, to console the parents: "The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away. Blessed be tlie name of the Lord." Do you not sometimes accuse (Sod of crimes worse than that of the worst crim inal ? My Christian friend " (Jet wisdom, and with all tliy getting get understanding." Are showers refreshing? Ask mother nature ; she will tell you the water is good enough for her darlings. Do you raise vegetables and fruits ? Sat them, they are wholesome and refreshing. Are you a fanner and do you raise grain ? • Bread is the staff of life and will support you. Give physic to the dogs, and the dogs to the manure heap. Eat wholesome food, drink pure water, have pure thoughts and let your thoughts interest and benefit others. Clearness in the head is not the result of pork in the stomach. The Dress of O.lvill/.ed Women. I do declare that I think it would be bet ter to die and get out of torment at once than to have to rise every morning for some forty or fifty years and box one's body up in a sort of compressive armor, hang weights to one's hips and more weights upon the head, which last are supported by the roots of the hair ; put one's leet into shoes a number too small, and not of the right .shape, and with heels like stilts; and then set about doing the whole duty of women with a cheerful face and a spry air, for irom fifteen to seventeen mortal hours out tif the twenty-four! That there are so many women who are not frightened into a decline at such a prospect, and that they bravely undertake to do it—nay, more, that they even dream that under such dis advantages they can work side by side with unshackled man, anil they do not die in trying to do it, certainly says much for their courage, but very little for their com mon sense. A man's dress, to a great extent, is fashioned for comfort. He has contrivances lor suspending the weight of his clothing from his shoulders. If the east wind blows he can turn up his coat-collar, button him self up snugly, slouch his hat over his eyes, thrust his hands in his pockels, and brave the weather. But imagine woman icmoving her hat or bonnet from the angle at which fashion says she must wear it, on account of tlie weather, or turning any of her "fixtures" up to protect her neck and throat, or buttoning up anything that was unbuttoned before, or sticking her hands into her pockets! She would be taken for on improper character out on a mild spree, or for an escaped inmate of a lunatic asylum, should she endeavor by any impromptu arrangement of her habiliments to save her health.—.?Vo»t The Science of Health. >' Farming Don't Pay." If farming didn't pay it wouldn't be fol lowed ; necessity compels it to pay—not on all farms, or rather with all farmers, but with the bulk of them, and particularly the best. So it is with any business ; it must pay or it will be discontinued. Sometimes, however, it pays less, particularly farming, in which nature has so much to do and the exertion of the man the lesr. So also the farmer haff his thrilty times. All businesses are subject to these changes. But the great est diversity is in another direction—in tho capacity or activity of those engaged. There arc many poor fanners, some quite poor — wretched. These do not find it to pay, and so change to something else,or to some other and " better" farm. But it is the same ; they are not apt to do well anywhere. If farming were dependent upon these men, ihe world would starve, but it is bound not to starve, and so it employs, among others, its best men, who are sure to do well, as they would do well anywhere. It I requires mind, enterprise and care to suc ceed well in any business or calling. While some men are compelled to vacate their land, others will grow rich and secure themselves the fine homesteads we see in the older-settled parts of the country. It was not idleness and shiftlessness that did this. Farming, then, will pay, but only with those who exert themselves and make it pay. There is money in it, says enterprise, and 1 will have it. There "is money in it because there must be ; people must have bread, and to furnish this in the best way is to realize the profit. But this must be done ; the man must keep up with the pro gress around him, or he will surely be left behind. He must avail himself of the ad vantages, and they are many; he cannot cb without them ; they make it a condition. But how many are still struggling in the old way. floundering to keep up, and I with head above water crying tiiat larmine won't pay? It pays, even in the hard times, and that handsomely, to the right man who prosecutes faithfully his business. — /•'. Q, in CoutUrg Gentleman. Naubow Uauuk Kailboaijs.— The Kooky Mountain (Denver) News says: 'I he narrow gauge road pleased Tom Scott. Superintendent Borst took tho railroad magnate down lo Colorado Springs in three hours and eighteen minutes, and brought him back in eight minutes under that time. Scott thinks speed is one of the adjuncts of narrow gauge lines. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ISew York Market, by Telraraidi. AVw Yurie, Sept. 27—Cotton quiet, sales, 4*"> bales; uplands 18U: Orleans \»\. Flour dull and unchanged, Com quiet and firm. Fork tl4 05a14 00. Lard staadv BHa9 1-lfi. Turpen tine UMM4, Rosin II 60. Freighta llrm. Financial Atio l'..i*. Sept. 27—Stocks firmer, liold heavy at 113 V Money flrmei at 7. Exchange long'7 l . ; short, 9. Governments, dull and steady. State bonds qnlet. Corn and Flour Exchange, I RicHMO.D, September 27, 1872. S Offerings. Wheat—While, 1614 bushels. Red, 1728. _;Corn—White, |ll)6(). Oats—l6o. Sales. Wheat—White, 48 bushels seed (l.»S: 38! prime tl 90; 443 very good 11 .M :72 good tl 80; 124 do. (1.82; 15S very good $1 87 ; 48' common tI.HO ; 40 do (1 n ;60 do tl 60 ; 200 fair (1 7.*>. Red—lK prime *1 S5; 22 very good (1.55; 8 dis ♦ 180; 242 good t1.70; 64 fair (1.70; 78 common t1.60; 110 do $1,611; 22 ilo tl 20 ; H do tl 00 ; 184 good tl 70 Corn—White, 2.10 bushels very good s.)C. Oats— U bushels very good KB. ; .'.B bushels prime 62e. SiMMMM. Wheat—While, 282 bushels. Ked, 340. It ichiiiutul Telmcro Market. Richmond, S ptemher SB, 1878. Market steady ; reports from tobacco-grow ng districts continue goo. Brinks and oDcrings continue lull. BI.ACB. I.t'us—Common to medium ..." (7 O'latS fill flood to fine 8 IrfiaO 00 Leaf—Common to medium 8 OOalfl Ou (food to flue 10 Out 1 4 00 Extra Comiioiital 15 lioa]6 00 sea-craw.. Lcoe—Common to good 8 nOalo mi Leaf—Common to good 10 IHIaIA IKI Extra (noniinal) 17 00m25 00 .Blum. I.ova—Common to me'lium 9 iH)al3 oo floodtoftne U MM 00 Extra smoking U 00a3A 00 Lkaf —Comm'n to med'm wrap'rs.... 15 00a2A 00 flood to line wrappers . 30 00u75 00 Extra line wrappers 80 ooaloo 0(1 | Riclimond Prlcea Current JOBBt.NO PRICES. SBPrn.BEK 26, 1872. APPLES— flreen, V1.A0a2.60. ENGLISH ALE.—Pints (2.2 A; quarts. (3.75. BARK.—Oak, Spanish, Chestnut, and Black, tS per cord ; nora inal and no sales. Turkey Oak Bark brings but the price of fire wood. Market very dull I BEESWAX—Hark, 25a2Sc. Yellow, HaNo, I BUTTER. —Prime to choice yellow Virginia, 25 to 27 cents; common to good, 10a20c. Receipts more liberal. Prime very scarce. CANDLES.—TaIIow UMnM cents per pound; Adamantine, 14 oz, 16>«ia]G centa; 10 oz., 21 | cents. COFFEE— Java, 28c., Rio, fair to good. 22Ma 2". c; prime to choice, 22)5a23e.; Laguayra, 23He; : Mocha, SOe. CORN MEAL—City Mills, 4jolted, 90 rents; ! country, BAc. CHEESE —Northern and Western prime cut ting, 15a16c.; common, 10al2c; English Dairy, ; 23a24c. COTTON YARNS—Country yarns, Nos. 8 to 12, (1.65; Lenksqille, N. C, yarns, t1.65. ' DRUfIS AND DYE STUFFS—AIum Ac; Cop peras 3c; Madder 16c; Indigo, (1.35; Cochineal, (I.10; Extract Logwood, 16c; Sal. Soda, 4ca4He; Rluestone, lAc; super car. soda. American 634 c; English, "c. DRIED FRl'lT—Apples, 3a4c Peaches, peeled 14a16c. unpeeled 4aAc Cherries, loal7c Black berries, 7aßc. Actual sales this day. Market not yet open. EGAS—In barrels and boxes. 21a22 cenU; in patent carriers, 22a24c. FLOUR.—Virginia country superfine, 17.60 tv $.8.00; Extra (8!<(a8!<i; Family tt'J 75a(11.1K. ac cording to grade. FEATHERS.—Live geese 60a65; mixed 4(1 to too. Wholesale market dull. FLAXSEED-ll.tOaT*. I F'lSH:—Herrings—Flastern gross, (3.60 per bar rel ; North Carolina No 1 cut, (6.iH>n(5.60 per barrel; North Carolina No. 1 roe $9at9.50 per barrel; hal'-banel (560; North Carolina No. 1 gro.-s, t4 75at5.—Mackerel—No. 1 Bay mackerel, (12a(12 60: No. 1 Shore, (8.25a(9; No. 2(in bar rels), til ; No. .'1 largo (in barrels) (Sa(S 25. GINSENG—B(>aS6c per pound. GRINDSTONES—H,a'-e per lb for small an medium; large size, 2H:i'2H. GUANO—(77at-0 for Peruvian, according to quantity. PREPARATIONS—OId Dominion Fertilizer, t6O ; Oilham's Tobacco Fertilizer (TO 00; Gil ham's Truck do, (70 ; do. cotton Fertilizer, (60 00; Powhatan Raw Bone Super Phosphate, (60 00 - Whann's Super Phosphate (55 ; Soluble Pacific, (50 00; Ses Fowl, (50 00: English Tobacco Fertili- ; zer, (70 IKI; Norfolk llsh, (50 00; Eureka, (57H; Flour of Bone (60 00; Gilliam's Peanut Fertili zer, (60 00. HIDKS—Wet Salted — Steers, Halt*! calf s skin, (1 70a1.7A. ; Dry— Country flint 16a20e; salted 14al7Mc. * The buying rates lor green are Sc. ' HAY'—Virginia Timothy, ti.35a1.45; clover , (l.ioal.ao. . IKON—Bur 6!«ic for common sizes ; 6?.ia6H for band*; Norway aud Sweedes. 7a7!4c ; Coun try Hammc-ed, ft&nOe ; Sheet, 7?4a9c. LIME AND CEMENT—Rockville, Yiiginia, - tl 20a1.40; Biverton, (1.20a1.40; Rockland, (1.50 by quantity from wharf; (1.75 by retail from store : Hosedale, (126.96.36.199 ; Calcined lias- " tit, (2 75a3 ; James River Cement, (2a2.25. LIQUORS — Rectified whiskey — Common - "Harvest," tsc.atl.lo; full pioof, (l.ioalzO; medium rye, (1 50a2; pure old rye, (2a4 ; Vir- I ginia Mountain rye, rew, (1.75; old, (2..0a4.A0. " Domestic brandies, (1.25a2. Domcsiic gins, (1.20a1.'.0 Ft uit brandies, (1 SOAI.AO Blsck- 1 berry do., (1,25a1.60. Genuine Holland Gin, I (10.00 per case. I LUMP PLASTER, (5 60 ; Ground, (10.60 to I (11.60 per ton ; eoleinrd, (3a3.56. Lump plaster i scarce. ' LEAD—Pig, B>«aß?4<i per pound. MOLASSES AND SYRUPS—Amber good I Syrup 60a65; N. O. Molasses 60a66; Dark Stand- I X Molasses Syrups, in barrels, 25c; in tierces, ( in hogsheads, 21c; Cuba Muscovado, in bar- I !, 6Aa6O; Porto Rico, 00a7A; White Syrup, I (1.76. < METALS—lkox—Horse shoes, 7Ma()»c; mule i slows, s Via.s Vi; nail road, sc Stem Naylor's cast, 16)4. English blistered, i 18c; American do., Ilal2c. I MILL OFFAL—Bran, 20c; Shorts,2sc; Brown stuff, 30c; Shipstnff, 60, wholesale from mill. I NAILS—OId Dominion, 10 to 60-penny, (6. 8 to I t penny,(614; « to 7-penny, (6X; 4 to 6-penny, 6H; 3-penny, (7M. These are the jobbing prices By the 100 kegs, 26C less. OlLS—Kerosene 26Xa27c. wholesale; straits 65a70c; linseed, 80e. per gallon by the barrel. Virginia lubricating Oil, 60 ■. Whale Oil, 90c; Lard Oil, 86c; Sperm Oil, (2 26; Labrador Cod , Oil, for tanning purposes, 65a90e. OATS—Baled, t1.15a1.30. ONIONS—4.ooa(S.Oo per barrel. PLOW CASTINGS—WhoIesaIe.AHc; retail, POTATOES—New Irish (3 00 to (3.26 Sweet, j 2.50(3.00. Market well supplied. , POLES AND STAVES—Hoop poles,(7aß; . Flour Barrel Staves, (3 60a7. Flonr Barrel Headings, t3 Aoa7, and very dull. PROVISIONS—Western Shoulders, UKaOXc; Bone sides, llallMc; Clear Bib, 11 '■■ :• 11".-- . Breasts, lie; Plain Hams, lAc; Sugar-cored, lflHe; Virginia Hams, 14a15c; Canvaaaed, 18c; Virginia hog-round, llal'ic. Lard, Country, 9a 10c; Baltlmoie leaf in tierces and barrels, 10»4n lie; in half barrels, HHc; In kegs, 12c These are the jobbing prices. Country hams, 16al8c. POWDER—Sporting, t8 per keg, (6.60 by the lo!; blasting, (3.7Aa4 by the lot; mining, (4.26 a 4 50. by the lot; Eagle powderin flasks (11.to per case of 26 pounds; Treble F, in canisters, (94 per of 25 pounds. PAPER STOCK—Mixed cotton rags, 4a4Mc; white, sa6Mc; woollen, 2a4c; imperfections 2%a PITCH—(SaA!4 per barrel, KYE-65a70c. RAGS—White 6>Jc; cotton 4c; woollen .laSXc; RlCE—Carolina. OXaS&c. ROSIN—(J.BSa3 for strained; (iai.ti for No. 1; pale, (5. SHOT —2 75a2.f 5 per bag. SUMAC—tI.26a(2.OO per 100 pounds. SUGAR—Raw Porto Bico and New Orleans, ] ,ii.; C'nbaMuscavado, loXallXc. Granulated 14 ExtraO 12!4 Powdered 12*. C 12?, Crushed IP4 Refined Yellow 10' i A , 1254 Cut Loaf 16 SALT—Liverpool, (2.85; jobbing price, per aaek. Ground Alum, (2.25. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINK—.V,c. SHUCKS-(1.10al.28 STRA W— Baled. oSaeoc. SENECA SNAKE ROOT-65c jier pound; Virginia, 30n36c per pound. SHINGLES—6-inch No. 1 Heart Cypress, (10 to (12' per M.; 6-inch No. 1 Sap Cypress, (8 to 9, 4-inch Heart cypress, (7.26; 4-inch Sap Cypress; (tl; 4-inch Heart Pine, (6; 4-lnch Sap Pine, (4. These are the selling prices at the yard. TAR—(A.26aS.SO for large barrels. TALLOW—7aBc. per pound In large quantl- TAN BARK-(S per cord. TEAS—Black, 66ea(l 25—the last a prime ar ticle; Imperial, tl.10al.6o; Gunpowder, (1a1.90. YIN EGA H—Older, 26a30c. WOOL—Tub-washed, free of burs, MaMe,; unwashed free of bura 3(1a36c. _^__ O>K WILL PAY FOR 0 COPIES «>F THE <M) WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL until lat iv|-| WILL PAY FOII 0 COPIES OK THE Under this MAMMOTH CITY OF CANVASS are exhibited over 6(10 ,'iving an jmals, principal among which can be seen the celebrated Rhinoceros or "Unicorn of Holy Writ!" lour monster Sea Lions with their voting ; the African Hartberste the Grunting Yak of Tartary ; the Eland Lions, Tigers, Leopaids, BeaTs, Monkeys, Hippopotamus, Horned Horse, Ourang-Ouiang, Nylghau. Cab a Cam," Ibex, Tapir, Sloth, Reindeer, Llama. Female Kangaroo, Ant-Eater, Chamois, Armadillo, Camelopard, Hyenas, etc. Principal among the specimens of Ornithology are a pair of Giant Ostriches. Cassowary, Condor Birds of Paradise, etc., etc. THOUSANDS OF CURIOSITIES are to be witnessed in the MUSEUM DEPARTMENT. In the Equestrian Pavilion MORE PERFORMERS, male, female and juvenile than any other show in the world, beßides the ELEPHANT EMPRESS. Four Monkey Riders, Troupe of Trained Dogs, Performing Lions, and moTe Trained Horses and Ponies than ever were Been under canvas-, and is the only Circus in America that actually presents something new for the aea*on " Remember the big Show will be in Richmond as advertised. Be on hand early for the grand 8 On Wednesday morning, commencing at 10 o'clock-doors open at 9—a Grand Moral Matinee for the benefit of families and parties from a distance. AUTMSKiOY TO ALL THE TESTS _-_---- 50 Cents. CHILDREN UNDER TEN YEARS OF AGE, 8» CENTS. DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P. M. MTREtVIEMBER THE FOLLOWING.—Each exhibition is held under a SEPARATE TENT, and white one ticket and one price admits to all, yet the exits and entrances are so arranged and the separation so complete, that a per»on vis'ting the Museum, or Menagerie, oivAviary i»'tents 1 2 and :t, neither sees nor hears anything relating to the Circus iv tent No. 4. ONE MH.IIIHW DOLLARS invested ; drily expenses ».1,(,'00. and i< positively the LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH. Ronrt tho programmes, catalogues, &c, for full details o this nnnpp.oachablß organization. ta 91 M OH 97 «:i Jb nn I NOTICES. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF~THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vii tinia. In the matter of Lawrence B. Roe, baukrupt -in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—Tho undersigned, 3. .1. Quinn.of Fredericksburg, Virginia, henby ;ives notice of his appointment M assignee of he estate of Lawrence B. Rose of Spotsylvania ,n., in aaid district, who was, oa the 29th day M Aug., 1672, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe tition by the District Court of said district. Dateei September 10, 1572. S. J. QUINN, re 27—F3w Astunee._ IN lit*. UMTKIUT COURT Oi' THr. UNITED STATES for the Western District ol Virginia. In the matter of William O, Hooper, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Abingdon, on the 17th day of Seplembe-, A.l) 1872. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please to take notiie hereby, that a petition lias been, to wit: on the 24tti day of July, 1872, filed in said District Court by Wm C. Hooper, of Montgomery county, in saiel district, who lias been heretofore duly declared bankrupt un der the act of Congress entitled "An act to estab lish a more uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States," approved March 2d, 1807, for a discharge and certdlcate thereof, from all bis debts and other claims provable un der said act, and that the loth day of Oct'r, 1872. at 12o'clock M., before John W. Slallard, one ol tho registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his office in Abingdon, Va., in said district, is the time and place assigned for the hearing of the same ; when and where you may attend and show cnuse, If any you have, why the prayer of the said peti tion Bhould not be granted. You are also hereby notified, that the second and third meetings of the creditors of the said bankrupt will be held at the same time and place. JOHN W. STALLARD, Register in Bankruptcy for se2il—F2w* 9th Cong'l Dist of Va. 4477 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE IfNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. . In the matter of Warner Hogg, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Rich monel city, hereby gives notice of his appoint ment as assignee of the estate of Warner.Hogg, of the county of Gloucester in said district, and who was to-wit on the 29th day of August, A. D 1872, adjudged bankrupt upon the petition of himself, by the District Court of the United States, for said district. I Dated at Richmond, the ltith day of Sept'r A. D. 1872. JAOOR COHN, sola—WSw Assignee. 4476 I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In tlie matter of George Blown, bankrupt in—bankruptcy. To Whom It May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Colin, or Richmond city, Va, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of George Brown, of Gloucester co. in said district, who was, on the 27th day of Aug, A. 1)., 1872. adjudged a bankrupt on ilia own petition by the District Conn of said din trict. Dated Richmond, September 16,1872. JACOB COHN, sel6—W3w Assignee. ' pills, IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—Thai on the JL 13th day of Sept'r, 1672, a warrant in bank ruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Vir ginia, agaiiibt the estate of John D. Morrias, of Amelia county and State of Virginia, who has been atijudged a bankrupt on his own petition ; that the payment of any debts, aud the ttelivery of any property belonging to aaid bankrupt,to him or for his use,aud tlie trans fer of any property by him, are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, lo prove their debts and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be held at ihe Register's oflice, Richmond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 10th day of October, A. D., 1872, at lo o'clock A. M. DAVID I). PARKER. ae 23—M2w U. S. Marshal. 4443 XN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eaatern District of Virginia. In the matter of Branch Godsey, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom It May Concern—Tlie undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond, Vitginla, hereby gives notice of his appointment aa assignee of the eatate of Branch Godaey, of Cheßterfleld eo'ty, iv aaid district, who was, on the 16th day of Aug., 1872, adjudged a bankrupt on Ills own i*e tltion by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, Va , Sept. 6,1872. JACOB COHN, «c IS—W3w Assignee, i BANKRUPT NOTICES. 4407 IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern Diatrict of Virginia. Iv the matter of Wright E Noble, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Thomas Giles, of liichn.ond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as as signee of the estate of Wright E. Nob'e, of Amelia co , in satel district, who was on the 24th;day ol August, A. 11. 1872, adjudged a bankrupt upon tlie petition of himself, hy the District Court, of said District. Dated Hichmond, Sept. 10, 1572. THOMAS GILES, se 18—WSw Assignee. 4448 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OFTHE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of W. F. Swift, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond, Virginia, here by gives notice of his apjioiutment aa assignee of the estate of W. F. Swift, of the county of Louisa, in said district, anil Kwas, on the 16:h day of A. I). adjudged bstakrupt upon the petition of Jlf.'by the District Court of the United States, tor said district. Dated the 9th day of Sept., A. D. 1672. JACOB COHN, se 16—W3w Assignee. 44118 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eaitern District ol Virginia. In the matter of John D. Clarke, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of John D. Clarke, of the county of Henrico, in aaid district, and who waa to wit, on the 24th day of August, A. I)., 1872, ad judged a bankrupt upon the petition of liimaelf, by the District Court of the United States for said district. Dated Richmond, Sept. 10,1872. se 13—W3w JACOB (JOHN, Assignee. 4401 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI. TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of G. W. Price, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom It May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of G. W. Price, of King George county, in said district, who was, on the Slst day of Aug., 1672, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated at Richmond, Sept. 16,1872. JACOB COHN, se IS—WSw Assignee. 4166 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern Dißtrlct of Virgnia. In the matter of M. l.nther Price, bankrupt rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereDy give notice of hi. appointment ns asai gnee of the estate of M. Luther Price, of King I George co. in said district, who was, on the 20th I day of August, A. D. 1872, adjudgeel a bankrupt, on his own petition by the District Court of Richmond, Va., Sept. 7,1872 se 18—WSw Assignee TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vlr- In the matter of P. G. Dudley, bankrupt—in At Richmond, on the 23d day of Sept'r, 1872. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please to take notice hereby, that a petition haa been, to wit: on the 23d day of Sept'r, 1872, filed in aaid District Court by P. G. Dudley, of I Essex county, in said diatrict, who haa been I heretofore duly declared banirrupt, under the act of Oongresa entitled "An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the I United States " approved March 2d, 1867, for a discharge and certificate thereof, from all his debts and other claima provable under aaid act, and that the 9th day of Oct'r, 1872, at 10 o'clock A. M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the rog iatera of said court in bankrupuy, at his offlc la Richmond, m said district, is the time and place assigned for the hearing of the same, when and I where you may attend and show cause, If any j I you have, why the prayer of the aaid petition You are also hereby notlfiod, that the second I and third meetiuga of the creditors of aaid bank rupt will be held at tbe same time and place. SEWING MACHIWEB. mHJB IMIROVtl) SINGER SEWING MACHINE. 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To lu trodnee these pen. more irenerally to the public, we make thla liberal oiler. Write your name, town, county, and ■date plainly, enclose the money, and WESTERN PUBLISH IXa CO., Pittsburgh, J**, se4 daw—3m "balckkupt notices. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of William L. Edwards, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Rich mond, Va., hereby gtveß notice of his ap pointment as assignee of the eatate of Wm. "L. Edwards, of Matthews county In said district, who was, on the 30th day of August, A. D. 1872, adjudged a bankrupt upon the peaitlon of himself, by the District Court of tho United States, for said district. Dated at Richmond, the ltth day ctf Sept., A. D. 1872. JACOB COHN, 6e 18—W3w Assignee -4490 _ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI. TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of B. F. Price, bankrupt —in bankrrptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia, hureby giveß notice of his appointment as assig nee of the eatate of B. F. Price, of King George co. in eald dls'ct, who was, on the Slat day of Aug., 1872, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said District. Dated Richmond, Va., Sept. 16th, 1872. JACOB COHN, »elB—WSw Assignee. 4402 IN THE DISTRICT COfcRT OF TIU: UNITED STATES for the Eastern Dlatrie* of Virginia. ___ In the matter of J. B. Price, bankrupt — in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as as signee of the estate of J. B. Price, of King George county, in said District, and who. was to-wit, on the Slst day of August, A. D. 1872, adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition of herself, by the District Court of the United States for said district. Dated Richmond, the 16th day of Sept., 1872. JACOB COHN, selß—Waw Assignee. 4476 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ln the matter of George W. Duke, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned. Jacob Cohn, of Richmond, Va., hereby give, notice of his appointment as assignee oi the estate George W. Duke, of Louisa county. In Bald district, who was, on the 27th day of August. A. D., 1872, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of aaid district. Dated Richmond, Sept. 16th, 1872. JACOB COHN, se 18—WSw Assignee TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE: A UNITED STATES for the Eastern Districtof In the matter of Gabriel F. Miller, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby give, notice of hi. appointment a. aaaignee of tbe eatate of Gabriel F. MlUer, of Mattbewa county, in .aid diatrict, who waa. on the 20th day of Aug., A. 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Offlc No. 2 Columbian Block, corner of Thir teenth and Cary .treeu. d« »—tf — ■, —^^ 4476 TN THE DISTRICT COURT fcF THE UNI- X TED STATES for the Eastern Diatrict of In the matter of Oeorge Brown, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va, thle 16th day of Sept'r, 1872. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition has been presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob Cohn. assignee of the eatate of said baakrupu, to Bell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum txancea thereon. Tins la to give notice to all persons intereated, that iv the terms of said petition an order haa beea issued by the Judge aforeaaid, for all per eone who may be Intereated in aaid estate, to ap pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his of fice, at Richmond, on the 22d day of October, 1872, at 10 o'clock A. M., and ahow cause, it any they have, why anch order ahould not be granted. JACOR COHN BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL OFFICE, T SOUTH FREDERICK STREET From hi. extensive practice in the great Hoapt tal. of Europe and the first in thl. country, TBI: England, France, Philadelphia and elsewhere, can offer the most certain, speedy and effectual remedy in the world lor DISEASES OF IMPRiniENCE. Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Stricture. Affection, of the Kidneya and Bladder, Involun tary Diachargea, Impotency, General Debility Nervousness, Dyapepsia, Languor, I.OW Spirtu Confuaion of Ideas. Palpitation of the Heart Timidity, Tremblings, Dimnea. of Sight or or Giddiness, Diaeaaea of the Head, Throat, Norn or Skin. Affection of the Lungs, Stomach or Bows ela—these terrible diaordera arising from the Sol itary Habits of Youth—thoae secret and solitary iictices more fatal to their victim, than the iff of Syrens to the Mariner of Ulysses, blight ing 'ir moat brilliant hope, or anticipations, ran ing marriages, ftc. impossible, peciallv, who have become the victims ot lltude Vice, that dreadful and deatructlvehabit ilch annually sweeps to an untimely grave insaiids of Young Men of the most exalted ent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwU. ye entranced listening Senates with the thuit ra of eloquence, or waked to ecstncy the living •cc, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Young Mon contemplating. marriage, being aware of phyaical weakness, or ganic debilities, deformation, 4c, speedily cured. Be who places himself under the care of Dr. J may religiously confide on his honor a. a gentleman and confidently rely upon hia akUl a. a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. immediately cured and full vigor testored. This dreadful disease—which renders life nii.se rable and marriage impossible—ie the penalty paid by the victims of improi>er indulgenciea. Young persons are too apt to commit exeesee* from not being aware of the dreadful cone, quencee that may ensue. Now, whotltat under stands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of procreation is lost sooner by thoae fall ing into improper habits than by the prudent? Besides being deprived of the pleaattrea of healthy offspring, the most serious and deatruc tlve symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical and men tal functions weakened, loss of procrentlve pow er, nervous irritability, dyspepaia, palpitation of the heart, indigeation, constitutional debility, a waatlng ot the frame, coughß, consumption, de cay and death. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. Persona ruined in health by unlearned preten era who keep them trilling month after month, taking poisonous and injurious compounds, should apply immediately. DR. JOHNSTON, Members of the Royal College'of Surgeona, Loo don, graduate from one of the moat eminent Col leges in the United States, and tlie greater part of whoße life has been epent in the hospitals ol London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, ha. effected some of the moat astonishing cure, that were ever known; many troubled with ring ing in the head and yoara when asleep, great nervouess, "being alarmed at sudden sounds baahfulnss, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes, with a derangement of the mind. war. cured immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured themselvea by improper Indulgences and solita ry habit, which ruin both body and mind, unfit ting them for either business, study, society, or These are some of the aad and melancholy ef fects produced by early habit, of youth vlx: Weakneaß of the Back and Limb., Pains in the Hea d, Dimness of Sight, Lose of Muscular Pow er, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepaia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Func tions, General Debility, Symptoms of Coiuump- MENTALLY. The fearful effects on the mind are much to bt dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Idea. Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timid ity, ftc., are aome of the evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, loosing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous, and emaciated, having a singular appearance about the eves, cough and symptoms of consumption. YOUNG MEN who have injured themselves by a certain prac tice indulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil companions or at Bchool, the effect, of which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage im possible, and deßtroya both mind and body should apply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of i.v country, the pride of his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments ol life by the conteaawce of deviating from the path of nature and ~.Jalging in a certain secret habit. Such personß, mcst, before cont*mi>l a ting MARRIAGE, reflect that a aound mind and body are the most necessary requiaitea to promote connubial hapi neaa; indeed, without theße, the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to tho view, the mind become, shadowed with despair and filled with the mcl- Sly reflection that the Happiness of another les blighted with your own. sn the misguided and imprudent votary ol pleasure finds he has imbibed the seed, of thi. painfnl disease, it too often happens that an ill timed eenee of shame or dread of discovery de ters him from applying to those, who, from edu cation and respectability, can alone befriend bim. He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch but pecuniary substance, keep him trifling month after month, or as long ac the smalleat 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 symptoms of the terrible din ease, such as Affection of the Head, Throat Nose, Skin, etc., progressing with frightful rapid ity till death put* a period lo his dreadful suffer ing by sending him to that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveller returns. To such, therefore, Dr. Johnston offers the most certain, speedy, pleasant and effectual remedy in * hg wrorld OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the comer. Fail not to obwrve the name and number. ajOJTNo letter, received unless poet-paid and containing a stamp to be used on the reply. Fer sona writing should state age, and send portion of advertisement describing symptom.. There are so many Paltry, Designing and Worthless imposterß advertialng themselves a. Phyeicians, trilling with nnd ruining the health of all who unfortunately fall into their power, that Dr. Johnston deems It necessary to My em pecially to those unacquainted with his reputa tion, that hie Credentials or Diploma, always hang in his office. ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cured at this Institution within the last eighteen yeara, and the nume rous Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John ston, witnessed by the reporters of the 'Sun" and many other papers, notice of wliich appeared again and again before the public, besides hi. standing as a gentleman of character and respon sibility, is a sutneieient guarantee to the afflicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. je 23—8 m rpilE NEW YORK HYGIENIO INaTITUTK 18 AND 16 LAIGHT ST., NEW YORK CITY. A. L. WOOD, M. D., Phtbioi.m. The objects of thU Inetitutlon, which has been In succeasful operation for more than twenty years, are two-fold, via: 1. The Treatment and Cure of the Sick, with out poisoning them, by Hygienic agencies alone. 2. To furnish a pleasant, genial Hon. to friend, of Hygiene throughout the world, whenever they visit this city. CURE DEPARTMENT. Thousands of Uwallds have been successfully treated at this institution during the past twenty Sears, and Its fame is known wherever the Eng sh language is spoken. Its appliances for the treatment of disease without the use of poiaon oua drug, are the moat extenaive and complete ol any institute In America. They comprise the cel ebrated TURKISH BATHS, ELECTRIC BATHS, VAPOR BATHS, _ SWEDISH MOVEMENT CURE, MACHINE VIBRATION, the varied and extenaive resource, of the WATER CURE, LIFTING CURE, MAGNETISM, Healthful Food, a Pleasant Home, etc. Particu. lar attention is given to the treatment of all forma CHRONIC DISEASE. especially of Rheumatism, Gout, Dyepepsia. Conatipation, '.Torpidity of the Liver. Weak Lungs, and Incipient Consumption, Paralysis, Poor Circulation, General Debility, Curvature of the Spine, Scrofula, Diaeasea of the Skin, Ute rine Weakneaae. and Displacements, Sperma torrhea, etc. Any one wishing further Information ahould should send for a circular, containing further par ticulars, terms, etc., which will be sent free by return'mail. " BOARDING DEPARTMENT. We are open at all hours oi the day and nigh] tor the reception of boarders and patients. Oar location Is convenient of access from the railroad depots and steamboat landings, and to the burt neaa part of the city. Street cars pass near the doors to all part, of the city, making it a very convenient stopping place for person. vi»ltiag the city on business or pleasure. Our table is .up plied with the best kinds of food, healthfully prepared, and plenty of it. In these respects It Come and see, and learn how to liv. health fully at home. Terms reaeonable. __„„_ WOOD ft HOLBROOK MJ-dftwt. Protwlator.