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KMTOR AND MANAGKI).
an t»IS»S "»!•> Straat. nnmanan. Va
Official Paper for the Government-
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1871.
T« Our Republican Friends.—Wo
»re in receipt daily, from all sections of
the State, of letters from different persons,
recommending their friends as propor per
sons to represent the party in the next
Legislature. It is impossible to publish
them all ; for our paper would be filled
with such matter alone, if we did so. Be
sides, we propose not to recommend any
man for office until by party action, he
shall be selected ; then, we may be count
ed upon to do our best for his election.
We make this explanation to satisfy those
whose articles we refuse to publish.
_ m — 1
The Virginia Herald doesn't understand
tbe game of turning from a Republican to
a Democrat and 6ghting niggers. We are
glad of it, and hope it will continue to be
ignorant of it.—State Journal.
We can readily conceive how easy it
would be for an honest man to "understand
the gamb" of turning from a Republican
to a Democrat; but how a man outside of
the lunatic asylum could turn from tho
Democratic party to the slime of Republi
canism, is beyond our comprehension.
And however much we might like to stir
up strife between the Taces wo could not
hope to compete with several radical jour
nals we wot of, whose experience in that
line runs back to the time when the falling
star of the South warned the rats to desert
The above slip has been sent us by a
friend, with tbe endorsement upon it, that
the writer is an individual of no calibre.
It required no endorsement of this kind to
see that at a glance. It is not our habit to
notice such stuff in journalism, particularly
when it emanates from some X road, hot
tbe fact that we do not know what paper
claims the honor of such stuff, induces us I
to notice it, so far as to explain, just a lit- I
tie. The Virginia Herald, to which our
short article referred, is published we be
lieve at Fredericksburg, and we cheerfully
accord it a respectable standing among the
fraternity. Our article was a piece of
pleasantry, in answer to one of a similar
character from it. If it saw our article,
quoted above, it doubtless so regarded it.
If there is another "Virginia Herald
published in Virginia wo are strangers to it.
From the character of its article, wo
imagine its author to be some beardless
youth, who sports a rattan and slick beav
er, with a pair of dollar kids, and whose
attentions to the ladies, consumes more
of his time than his paper ; who by some
streak ot luck, owns or hires a press and
type, in the use of which, be is preventing
some oue else from doing valuable service
to his community. If the starched collar
gentleman will only devote more time to I
improving his country, by inviting emigra
tion, and less to " lunatic asylums" and
"slime of Republicanism," he would b9
more profitably engaged, besides giving
greater satisfaction to his more sensible
readers. Keep a clean nose, young man,
and see if by following our advice you can
render your X roads sheet, of any service
to your community.
The Great Tweed Marriage.
We have read, with considerable inter
est, the different accounts of the magnifi
cent wedding of one of the daughters of
Tammany Tweed, Esq., Chief Cook and
Bottle-Washer of New York Democracy;
several of whose emissaries have recently
visited our State, and declared that New
Hampshire and Connecticut could have
been carried easy enough by Democracy
but that Mr. Tweed, did not think them I
worth the trouble and expenso. He seems
to have a better opinion of the importance
of Virginia, and for what wo know may
have felt the importance of our last city
election, to such an extent as to furnish his
party with some of the money, used for
the purpose of electing a Democratic
All accounts agree that it was a mag
nificent affair, surpassing in splendor any
thing ever seen before on this continont
All of them, however, fail to tell us how
It is that Boss Tweed was able to support
such splendor. When it is remembered
that there are thousands of poor Democrats I
in New York, who find it hard work to
provide for their families with necessaries
of life, and who make the majority by
which Mr. Tweed is sustained, it will seem
strange to us here, that they should submit
quietly to his immense stealings.
Mr. Tweed, is said, but a few years ago,
to have been a bankrupt chairmaker,
against the latter of which we have no
word to say ; but when he discards his
trade of providing seats for people to sit
upon, and bo speculates iv political matters,
as to become the owner of millions of
money, obtained by fraud and dishonest
means, the submission of poor men to such
conduct is queer to us.
Many of his dupes are shoeless them
selves and their families, while his daugh
ter disdains to fasten her wedding shoes
with anything less valuable than spark
ling diamonds. Mr. Tweed, who runs
the machine, will doubtless join
the "new movement" enterprise and
will have much to say in the choice of
ths next candidate for President. He is
■xpected to be the grand leader of the
party of moral ideas aod will call upon
the laboring men of tho South to come
forward and assist him to elect his candt-
Will you be willing to follow in the
footsteps of such a man, whose rob
beries and ill-gotten gains enables bim to
pay sufficient for one dress to purchase i
you a handsome little farm ? We imag
ine not, and when the ventilation of men '
who have suddenly grown rich in such a
manner is properly made, the poor men of
Vlrginia'will oot be likely to sustain their.
The re-use of stamps is reported as a j
■onr-* of _r*at loss to tbe government.
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Will contain a faithful resume of tho Newa or th*
Week from all parta of tho world; full aud accurate
reports of the Richmond and Baltimore Marketa;
well dlgoated Editorial* upon all tho current matter*
of lnt.reat, PolltLal, Financial, Commercial, Agri
cultural and goneral topics; Belectiona from tbe
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newa, Ac. Thia paper will maintain the principlea
of The National Republican Party, and stronucualy
advocate all measures to advanco the public good.
Believing POPULAR EDUCATION to be tho great
want of our State mid Country, we shall give large
spaco to Its advocacy. We shall devote a large por
tion of onr columns to the subjects of Agricultural,
Horticultural and Mining Interests, giving intr rest
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Editor and Manager State Journal, Richmond.
REPUBLICAN NAI-ONAL PLATFORM.
lb* National Republican party of the Unitod
Statea, asaemblod In National Convention in tbe city
I of Chicago, on tbe 21st day of May, IW) make th*
I following declaration xif principlea :
1 We congratulate tbo couutry on tho assured
success of tbe reconstruction policy of Cougreaa, aa j
evinced by the adoption, in the majority of the
Statea lately lv rebellion, of conatitntioua aeouring
equal civil and political righta to all; and It lathe
duty of the Government to sustain those institutions
and to prevent the people of auch Statea irom being
remitted to a atate ot anarchy.
1 Tho guaranty by Cougreaa of equal euffrage to
all loyal men at the South waa demanded by every
consideration of public safety, of gratitude, and of
Juatice, and must be maintained; while the question
of euffrago in all the loyal Stateß proporly belongs
I to the people of those Statea.
a. We uenounco all forma of repudiation as a na
tional crime ; and tho national honor reqnirea tbe
I payment of tho public indeblodneßß in tbe utter-
I moat good faith to all creditora at home and abroad,
I not only according to letter, but tbo aplrit of tbe
I lawa under which it waa contracted.
4. It is duo tn the labor of tbo nation tbat taxa-
I tiouaboulil bo equalizod.aiid reduced as rapidly a*
tbe national faith will permit.
... The national dobt, contiacted as it has been lor
I the'preaorvation of tho Union for all time to come, I
I abould be exteuded over a fair poriod for redemption;
I and it Ib the duty of Congress to rodnco the rate of
I intereat thereon, whonever it can be honestly done.
8. That the beat policy to dimmish our burden of
I debt ia to ao Improve our credit that capilalijts will
I seek to loan ua money at lower ratoa of Interest than
I we now pay, aad must continue to pay ao long a* re- |
pudlation, partial or total, open or covert, ia threat
ened or sußpoctod. —_-_._». L ~ ..
7. Tbo Oovernment of tbe United States abould be
admlniatered with tho atricteat economy; and the
corruption* which have been bo shamefully nuraed
and foatered by Andrew Johusan call loudly for radi
8. We profoundly deplore the untimely and tragic
death of Abraham Lincoln, and regret the accession
to tho Presidency of Andrew Johnson, who haa acted
treacherously to tbe people who olected him and tbe
cauae he was pledged to support; who baa usurped
high logialativo and Judicial functiona; who haa re
fused toexecnto the lawa; wbo has uaod hia high
oflice to induce other officers to ignore and violate
K> lawa; who ha* employed hia exocutive powera
render insecure the property, tbe peace, liberty
d life of the citizen ; who haa abußed the pardon
ing power; who haa denounced tho national legisla
ture as unconstitutional; wbo haa peraißtently and
corruptly realßted, by every meaua In hia power,
every proper attempt at tbo reconstruction of the
Statea lately In rebellion; who has perverted the
public patronage into an engine of wholesale cor
ruption ; and who haa been Juatly impeached for
high crimes and nilßdemeanora, and properly pro
nounced guilty thoroof by the vote of thirty five
Senators. _ . . . iL -
». The doctrine of Great Britain and other _v.
vers, that because a man ia once a aubject
i/s bo, must be resiated at every hazard by
Statea, aa a relic of feudal thnes, not au
f thelawa of nationß.aud at war with our
onor aud independence. Naturalized clt
ntltled to protection In all their righta ol
i, a* though they wore nativo-born; and
of the United States, native or natural
be liable to arrest and imprisonment by
n power for acts done or worda spoken in
ry ; aud, if ao atroated and impriaoned, it
■ of tho Government to interfere iv hia be
ll who were faithful in the triala of the
here were none entitled to more eapecial
a the brave soldiers and eeamen who en
hardabipa of campaign aud cruise, and im
beir Uvea iv the aervice of the oountry;
loa aud penaioua provided by tbe laws for
c dolenderß of the nation are obligations
o forgotten ; tbe widows and orpbanß of
t dead are the warde of the people—a ea
sy bequeathed to the nation's protecting
lign immigration, which in tbe past has
nucb to the wealth, developemeut, and re
ud increase of powor to this republic, the
[ tbe oppresaed of all nations, abould be
ad encouraged by a liberal and JUBt policy,
i convention declarea Itself in Bjmpathy
ppreaaed peoples struggling for their rights,
t we highly commend tho Bpirit of mag
and forbearance with which men who have
the rebellion, but who now frankly and
co-oporat- with ua in restoring the peace
lountry and reconstructing tho Eouth
goveruments upon tbe basis of impartial
d equal rights, are received back into tho
on of tholojal people; and we favor the
if the disqualifications aud restrictions im
m the late rebels in the aauie measure oa
of disloyalty will dieout, and aa may becon
iih tho safety of tbe loyal people.
it wo recognize tbe great principlea laid
She immortal Declaration of Independence,
ao foundation of democratic government
ail with gladnesa evory effort toward mak
prinoiplea a living reality on every inch of
WOOD AND COAL..
ly on_band BEST
,X AND PINK WOOD,
LONG, SAWED and KINDLING WOOD,
ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS
COAL and COKE,
at very lowcat price*, at YARD, corner Main aud
ap 25-3 m J- R- «"• BURROUGHS.
TLM II.ITAKY GOODS.
JOHN 11. TYLER A CO.,
Rnaumiug that part of tbeir buainesa In which thoy
were bo extensively engaged in former yeara, are
prepared to furniab whatever may be needed for
lo wit—RIFLES, MUSKETS, PISTOLS, Ac.
SWORDS and BELTS of every description-, STAFF
and LIN E BUTTONS, BASHKS, EPAULETTES, PAB
SANTB, STARS, LACES, CORD, BRAIDS, Ac, Ao.
Tbe above will be Bold at such prices as to make it
to tho Interest of purcbaaera to give tbem tbeir or-
Call at 131!* Main atreet,
ap 29—dAweodlm Richmond, Va.
1 COR USE THE "VEGETABLE- 1 R7fl
___.0. PULMONARY BALSAM," ±0 „ '
The old aUndard remedy for Coughs, Col
anuiti" • "Nothing better."
I » dtTUI BBOt. A 00, Beat*-
SPBCIAIi M> ili >:s.
ritHi: "f.U» Kltlill." J
Travellers are alwaya liable to aulden attacks of
Dysentery and Choleta Morbus, and those occurring
when absent from homo, are very unpleasant. The V
PAIN KILLER may alwaya bo relied upon in anch I
caaea. Aa soon aa yen reel the syinptema, lake ono i
teaapoonful in a gill of uew milk and molasaea and
a gill of hot water, stir well together and drink hot. i
Rrlie.it tho dose every hour until relieved. II tbo i
palna be aovere, bathe the bowels and hack With the j
In caaea of Aathma and Pythleic, take a teaapoon
ful in a gill of hot water eweetened well with mo- I
lasses ; also bathe the throat a"d stomach faithfully
with tbo in.''li' in" clear.
Dr. Sweet says It takea out tho soroneaa In casea of
boueaettlng faster thau anything he cvor applied.
Flabermen, ao often expoßed to bnrts by having
tbeir Bkin plorced with hooka, and flna of fish, can
be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer aa Boon
aa tho accident occurs ; iv thia way the angniali ia
aoou abated ; bathe aa often aa once In five miuutes,
aay three or four timea, and you will aeldom have
The bitoa and acratcbea of doga aud cats are Boon
cured by bathing with tbo Pain Killer clear.
Soe printed directions, wbicb„accouipany each
Prloe US eta., 60 eta. and $1.00 par bottle
Bold by all Druggiata.
8 O'CLOCK:* ****>
WATCH FR__,-*nd *30 a day rare, no bum
bug. Addreaa with stamp, LATTA A CO.,
. Plttabnrgh, Pa, my 16—4w
, A GENTS, MALK AND FEMALE.
For fast selling popular aubacription Booka. EX
. TRA INDUCEMENTS TO AOENTS. Information
free. Addreas AM. BOOK CO., 62 William atreet,
r New York. my 15—4w
f»iA FROM SO CENIB.
!2Samplea sent (postage paid) tor 50 cents that
• retail readily for $10. R. L. WOLCOTT
my 15—4w 181 Chatham Bq. N. Y.
BY GETTINQ UP CLUBS.
Jm*J~ Send for our New Price List, and a Club form
will accompany It, containing full directions—mak-
I ing a largo aaving to conaumera and remunerative 1
jto club organizers. , j
THE OREAT AMERICAN TBA CO.,
31 and 33 Vesey Btreet,
my 16—iw New York, Postofflce Box 6043.
WHAT 18 IT?
It la a sure and perfect remedy for all diseases of the I
I Liver and Spleen, Enlargement or Obstruction of la- I
teatinea, Uniary, Uterine, or Abdominal Organ*,
Poverty or a want of Blood, lutermlttent or
Remittent Fevers, Inflauimatlon of the
Liver, Dropsy, Sluggish Circulation
ot tho Blood, Abscesses, Tumors,
Jaundice, Scrofula, Dyspep
aia, Ague A Fever or their
I Dr. Wella baviug become aware of the extraordinary I
medical piopertieß of the South American
sent a special commission to that country to procure
it in its native purity, and having found ita wonder
ful curatlvo properties to oven excoed the autlcipa
tiona formed by ita great reputation, haa concluded
to offer It to the public, and ia happy to state that he
haa perfected arrangements for a regular monthly
supply of tbia wonderful Plant. He has spent much
time experimenting and investigating a* to the moat
efficient preparation irom it, for popnlar use, and
has for aome time used iv hie own practice with moat
happy reenlta the effectual medicine preaented to tho
Dr. 'Wella' Extract of Jurubaba,
and he confidently reoommenda It to every family aa
a houaehold remedy which should be freely taken as
a BLOOD PURIFIER in all deiangements of the
system and to animate and fortify all weak and
,mP JOHN Q KELLOQG, Piatt Bt, New York,
Bole Ageut for th* United State*.
Prico One Dollar per battle. Bend for Circular.
rp A. BRANDER,
No. 1321, Corner Oait and Viroima Btreeis,
Oilers to the public
THE AMERICAN SUBMERGED DOUBLE-ACTING,
THE SIMPLEST AND MOST POWERFUL IN USB.
It haa proved to be the CHEAPEST, MOST EFFEC
TIVE, DURABLE aud RELIABLE PUMP. Not
only for .Family uae, but alao for Florists, Factories, I
Brow erica, Distilleriea, Bhipa, Ac. Beaidea the above- I
mentioned ad', antagea over the usual atyle of Pumps,
it is particularly rocommended by Insurance Com
panies, on account of ita effectlvenesa in EXTIN- I
QUIBHING FIRE. Tho Smalleat Pump will throw
60 to 70 feet through a hoee.
It is the CHEAPEST—its cost being leaa by one
third than any Force Pump of the anuie caoacity,
and it never gets out of order. Perfoctly almple,
and any child can work it.
It la vow ou exhibition at my stop*, where tbe pub
lic are invited to ace it work.
Any Commiaaion Merchant receiving orders tor
thia Pump wilt be Bllowed a liberal discount..
Every PUMP le WARRANTED.
T. A. BRANDER,
Ageut f»r Virginia,
No. 1824, oornar Gary and Virginia street*.
JENKINS A POPnAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
Consul TaifTH A.in Bask Struts, Richmond, Va.,
Will (practice in the Courts of the State and th
United Statea, and before the Court ot Claims and
Departments at Washington. Special attention giv
eu to cases arising under tbo Revenue and Bank
ruptcy law* ol the Uuited Statea. mh 16-dAwtf
Congress having recently paaaed a bill providing
for the appointment of a COMMISSION for the ex
amination and adjustment of the claims of LOYAL
CUI 17.8NS of the South, for storea or supplies taken
or furniahed during the rebellion for the use of the
army, including the nae and loss of veaaela and boats
while employed in the military service of the United
Btates, and thore befng many clalma of this descrip
tion which ahonld have prompt attention, we re
apectfutly offer our aervicea In the prosecution of
the same before the Commission, on the moat liberal
terma, according to the amount Involved and the
character of the claim. For full particulars addre**
JENKINS A POPHAM,
Attornoys at Law, Richmond, Va.
We refer by permiaaion to Jno. B. Davis, Presidan
Planters' National Bank and Richmond Banking and
Insurance Company, Richmond ; Davenport A Co,
Btock Brokers and General Agents, do.; Lancaster _
Co., Bankers, do.; Hon. H. K. Ktljson, ex-Mayor, da.;
IC. K. Bingham, President First National Bank,
Lynchburg ; Hon. J. F. Lewis, U. B. Senator, Waah
ington L> C; Hon. Jas. H. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charts*
H. Porler, do.; non. W. 11. H. Stowell, do.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practicea in the Court* of Caroline, Esaex, King and
Queen, and the United Btato* Coarta at Richmond.
Offlcoat Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia,
I will attend to caaea before the Court ol Clalma
and the Departments at Washington.
Addreaa Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline
connty, Virginia. ja 2—lf
T AMBLER SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY,
■ For all coarta of city ol Richmond and county at
Ortioi No. 1310 Roas St.,
auglS—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
TO NEW BANKING ROOMS,
No. IO North Tenth Straat,
Between Main and Bank Streets.
KATIONAL FRKEDMAN'B SAVINGS AND TRUST
QUARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, IM>».
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS mad* dally
(excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
and on Saturday Evenings from 6
to 8 o'olook.
INT-RUST at the rate of six per cent per annum
declared and compounded In March, July and No
vember, on all sums of FIVE (5) DOLLARS and up-
DEPOBITS r-.e»!v«dof FIVE CENTS and upwarda.
«*« • f **T_-s
T ECKENBY k LAIRD, FLORISTS,
GRACE STREET GARDEN,
offer to the public a large collection of choice BED
DING PLANTS, ROSES, FLOWER SEEDS, Ac.
By prompt attention and moderate prices wo hope
to merit a liberal continuance of public patronage.
\f OUNT 7 VERNON NUttSKHIf.
C. GILLINOHAM * CO.
UPON THE WASHINGTON -STATE.
511,000 APPLE TREES, embracing most of tha
Also, a general assortment of
PEACH, PEAR, aud other FRUIT TREES, SHADE
TREES, SMALL FRUITS, 30,000 OSAGE
ORANQE TLANTB, Ac, Ao.
Will bo sold WHOLESALE and RETAIL as LOW aa
can be had elaewhere.
WARRANTED TRUE TO NAME.
X RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
FRANKLIN DAVIS A CO., Proprietor*.
We offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest
collection of FRUIT TREES, YIN RS *0 , ever grown
ia the Bouthern Btates, consisting in part of
2,000 000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varle
tiea of truita adapted eepeclally to tha
I 1,000,000 VINES, conaiating of every variety of small
stsf Send for catalogues, encloaing poatage atom pa
(lata of the Bpotawnod Hotel.) !
BILLIARD TEMPLE, I
CORNER OF MAIN AND ELEVENTH STREETS,
| RICHMOND, VA.
! FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
BOOKS AND STATIONER- . j
OOKSBLLBR AND STATIONER,
1003 MAIN STREET,
mh 10—tf RICHMOND. VA.
rpHB GREATf-IBK IN RICHMOND.
IN TUB SPOTSWOOD.
$23,600 IN CURRENCY,
and tho Books, Papers, Silver and Valuables of tha
Spotswood Hotel and the Adams' and
Southern Expreaa Companiea are
SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFES.
Orrica or Adams's Expribb Company,*
NO. 68 BROADWAY, >-
Naw YoRR, Dec. 31,1870. )
Messrs. Herring, Parrel A Sherman : Our Ageut
at Blchmond writes: "We got through to-night
drying and fixing up the mouey from the late fire.
Tbe contents of the Bafe—s23,6oo in bills—we recov
er*-. It was a Herring Safe, and a good one, certain.
"I. C. BABCOCK, Treasurer."
Maasas. Herring, Farril A Sherman, New York
—Gents: The two safes of your manufacture,
which we had in use on tbe morning of the 26th
instant, at the disastrous fire which dostroyed the
Spotswood Hotel and adjoiniug block of buildings,
have given full satisfaction, and served to prevent
tho destruction of Bouie $20,000 in currency, lieaide*
I the valuable papera and books enclosed therein. It
we* Impossible for workmen to excavate the Safe
I uutil uearly 80 hours after the fire.
Asa't Bup't for Adams A Southern Ex. Coa.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1870.
LETTER FROM J. M. BUBLETT A CO.,
Proprietors of the Spotswood,
Richmond, Va., Deo. 29,1870. I
Mi ■ .as Uirbino, Farril A Bh«rman—Gent*: On
the morning of the 26th instant, we were fortuuate
enough to bave ono of your Herring's Patent Cham
pion safes which fell Into the cellar among a burn
ing man* .'if rulna. After tbe fire, to our utmoat sur
prise, we found the contents, conaiating of valuable
papera, money and some silverware, all in good
order. Had it not been for your Herring's Safe we
would have lo»t everything.
J. M. Sublstt A Co.
PATENT CHAMPION SAFES,
The moet reliable Protection from Fire now
HERRING'S NEW PATENT
CHAMPION BANKERS' BAFE,
The best Protection againat Burglars' Tooli
HERRING, FARREL A SHERMAN,
251 Broadway, corner Murray at, N. T.
FARREL, HERRING A CO., Philadelphia.
HEIIIUNG - CO., Chicago.
HERRING, KAIIHEL A SHERMAN,
I faJA-Sm NtwOrle-M. I
SMALL FARMS FOlt BA-ati.
fill ARMING COUNTRY BRATS FOR SALE, I
AT OUNSTON HALL, ON THB POTOMAC.
TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON, AND
FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON.
SURF BATHING, |
ON SUNNYBIBB BAY.
FINM WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS.
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY,
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
I NEIGHBORHOOD OF ON- HUNDRED
NORTHERN FAMILIES NEAR.
IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUNDRED
IBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES, AND
RAILROAD IN REAR.
HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
ITLBB CLEAR AND UNDIBPUTARLE.
irant one hundred first class families, In lua
ternporate anil euterprfalng. No queaUons I
about religion or politics.
You can ralae every variety of Fruit, Graaa and
Facllltlea for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime. Marl and Muck eaaily obtained
near the premiaes.
Direct and rapid abipmout of all producta Norlb
by rail or water.
No one need fear excessive bent or cool nighta ;
for freab breezea conio up the bay and temper tbe I
To peraona of intellectual taate*, tbe near vicinity
of the National Capital ia of Inestimable value. It la
near enough to Waahington to allow one to da bust
neaa there and be home at night; or, In winter ta I
reside in the city and have the luxuries of a farm I
We urge our Northern frleada not to go Weat, nor I
far into the Bouth to live in the wilderness, till they I
have aeen our beautiful regien of th* Upper Potomac.
Come and ace ua here in Virginia, nere you will
Snd true heart* ready to welcome you. Society or
ganised with Churches, Schools, Horticultural and
Agricultural Societies, Nuraorlos oi Trait trees and
beautiful cultivated farms. Hore you will find the
cheapest land on this conttuout, aud which ia aure to
in.-rouse rapidly iv value. Northern man of meau*
ate coming in rapidly.
Landa from $20 to J25 per acre, of excellent quali
ty to Improve, can be bought on long time.
Faruia can be rented by those who wish to atay a
while to try the climate.
"STATE JOURNAL" OFFICE,
BECK, KNOX A KIRBY,
Real Eatate Agent*,
ap 12—tf Alexandria, Va.
1871 SPRING. 1871.
NOW ON SALE
1007 Main Street, opposite Poat-Ofllce,
ALL THE LATEISTYLES
FU RN 1 S 111 N G GOODS,
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR.
AMERICAN YOKE SHIRT MADE TO ORDER
ALL THB NEW STYLE LINENS,
FANCY FRENCH CAMBRICS,
mh 18—3 m
j t WNLI •• 501
A WHOLE SUIT
CLEANED AND PRKBBSD,
GOOD AS NEW,
730 MAIN STREET,
Between Seventh and Eighth,
(up stairs.) ap 24-lin
O OUT HERN BTBAM DYE HOUSE. j
A NEW FRENCH DYB HOUSE
aa beeu opened In tbia city, where Ladlea and Gen- I
tlemen cau have their
GARMENTS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
DYED AND CLEANED,
aud delivered in twenty-four hour* notice
D. U. BLASOOW, French Dyi >r,
fe Sl—ly 311 Broad Btreet, near Third.
% | li. li'-l MUSIO I MUSIO
No. 018 Mam Stent,
No longer of the firm of Marah k Pollock, ts va*r
\ prepared to serve.hla friends and tha public goue
-BHK-T MUSIO AND MUBIOA- MERCHANDISE
I respectfully solicit a o-ll at my new establish
ment. JOHN MARSH, j
I do l*-ly UI Main It, bat. Mlatb and Tenth.
MACHINERY, RAILROAD, MANUFACTURERS
AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
TENTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND OAR*
BTEAM ENGINES of Improved conatrnction,foi
all purpoaea, of Richmond or Northern build.
Railroad, Machine, Car and Carpenter Bhopa, Plan
ing Mills, Bash, Blind, Door, Oabtoetware, Chair, Bed
stead, Woodouwai c. Agricultural, Machine, Handle,
Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton and Woojen
Factoriea, Cotton Gins, Farmers, Foundries, Rolling
Mills, Tobacco Factories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring,
Corn and Paper Mills, Mines, Ac, Ac; Forged aud
Improved Shafting, Pulleys und Hangers, Bolting,
Laco Leather, Saws, Fllos, Wrenches, Twist Drilla,
Steam Ganges, Baw Glimmers, Steam and Water Pipe
and Fixtnroa, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick aud Tool
Handles, Turbine Water-Wheels, Ac Ac
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOILERS bonght, sold and exchanged. A quantity
of the same on hand to be aold low, such as Engines
Boilers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood Working,
Plans and Estimates of Machinery for Mills and
Manuf-ctorle* of all kinda. ___________
WM. B. COOK. JOHN TILES.
No. 8 Eighth Street, between Main and
Franklin, Richmond, Va.
WM. B. COOK * CO,
With Improved facllltlea and with a determination
to please In prices and atyle of work, we respectfully
ask from the peoplo of Richmond, Virginia, and th*
South generally, a fair share of patronage.
Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and Cellar
Doors, Gratings, Window Guards, Awning Frames,
Corinthian Columne and Capitola, Ornamental Win
dow Capa, Ornamental Bracket* for Balconloa, Shelv
ing, Ac, Ventllatora for Brick and Wood Cornice,
Gaa and Water Pipe, Uydruut Keya and Rods for
Gob and Water, Traps for Culverta and Hydrants,
Coal Bhoota, and all kinds of IRON WORK for build
We alao manufacture together with Ihe above I
work PLOW CASTINGS, aud would reaptctfully
solicit the patronage of merchants and farmer*. All
work guaranteed, and oaders flllod with dispatch.
rpHE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
Essays for Young Men, on great SOCIAL
EVILS and ABUSES, which interfere with MAR
RIAGE—with sure meana of relief for tbe erring I
and unfortunate, diaeaaed and debilitated. Sent free
of charge, in aealed envelopes. Addreaa, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2 8 Ninth atreet, Philadelphia,
Pa. my 11—l!m
TVUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE ia not a thing
Jj of yeßlerday, got up to gull the unwary and put
monoy in the pockets of the proprietor. It haa
stood the teat or time. Having been in tbe market
over thirty yoara, Ita very name will recall to many
who are now the respected heads of families, tbe
halcyon dnya of their youth, with all ita Joya and
sorrows; it Is still the aamo ; inful labia lv It* opera
tion ; a apeclflc remedy for youthful Indiecretlon
and folly; a true friend. It la for sale by all drug
giata. Price, 81 per bottle. de 14—ly
FOR THE LADIES.
I A N V PERSON
MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD,
Can be sure of obtaining a COMPLETE FIT for any
garment by buying
We can give you a PATTERN for any garment of
anyaizefora comparatively trifling sum, and guar
antee a FIT in all caaea.
Call and ace ua at the office of the HOWE SEW
ING MACHINE, 823 Main street.
I my I—dAwSm J. F. MoKBNNEY.
A TTENTION, SEWING MACHINE MEN I—
A- Since we all claim first premiums, snppoae we
guhllßh our lottera Irom tbo SECRETARY OF
TATE, and let the people ace what wo really did
| get. Hero ia oura :
Department of State, >
I Wabhisgton, May 0,1865. j
To Ellas Howe, Jr., Now York : Sir—
The Department has received ONE GOLD MEDAL,
ONE CROBB OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, ONE
DIPLOMA, and ONE CERTIFICATE, awarded you
by the Paris Universal Exposition of 1807, which
will be delivered to yourself our your agent, as you
may direct. I am, Bir, jour ob't servant,
! J. F. McKENNEY, 823 Main Streot, agent for the
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Its Sale* Indicate it; Durability and Popularity
prove it j ita Work confirms It.
! 137,833 SOLD LAST YEAR.
' NO OTHER MACHINE BOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The acti
must stand upon Its merits. Call aud oxamineit
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
B SHAFFER A STRONG,
mh 10—dAwta 913 Main street
Board and Tultiou per annum $226.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE,
Inaugurated by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition per annum, *226.
PaxsiDENT—Tho Vory Rev. I. Hellniutb, D. D.,
Deaa of Hur*n. ____ _ v I
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Ey-two years old.
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thonaands of Christians everywhere. The Coutnbu
tors are Representative Men oi all Denominations.
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It la called by the entire Preaa of the couutry "the
Brighteat and Meet Interesting Religious Paper puti-
It has something for evoiy member of the house
hold—lather, mother, boys and girls, young men and
young women, ALL find something of iutrrest.
HOUSEHOLD ENGRAVING OF WASHINGTON.
a superb $fi Bteol Engraviug, a wtrid renowned work
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MY WIFE AND I;
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By Harriet Beecuer Stowe,
la running In tho Christian Union-*- »*«3M* *"
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CJ ALE OF THE EFFBOTB OF THB FARMERS
!_> BANK OF VIRGINIA.
In obedience to a decree of the Circuit Oourt of the
United Btates for the D'atrlctof Virginia, tho under
aigned will, on the
22D DAY OK JUNE NEXT,
be inning at 10 o'clock A M, at tho Conrt Houae
door of aaid court. In the Cuatom-House building, In
tha city ol Richmond, make sale, for cash, of all tha
effect* of the Fatinois' Bank of Virginia, conaiating
of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE
CREES, and whatsoever else there be.
Creditors of the Bank, whoso clalma have bean al
lowed, are, under aaid decree, entitled to set off at
par their claims against any purchases of said effect*
tbey may make.
A descriptive list of said effects may be seen at the
office of David J. Baunder*. on Eleventh street, be
tween Main and Bank, In Richmond, which the pub
lic ar* Invited to call and examine. Thisliatwlll be
printed for circulation, and will be ready aa soon a*
it can be prepared.
DAVID ,1. SAUNDERS, Receiver
ap 16— lawtdg Farmers' Bank of Virginia:
O ALE OF THE EFFECTS OF TUB BANK OF
In obedience to a decree of tbe Circiut Court ol
the United States for tho District of Virginia, tbo un
dersigned will, on the
29th DAY OF JUNE NEXT,
boglnning at 10 o'clock A. M-, nt tho Conrt-House
door of said Court, in tho Custoni-House building, iv
the city of Richmond, make Bale, for caßh, of all the
EFFECTS of the BANK OF VIRGINIA, conaiating
of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE
CREES, aud wlrataoover else there be.
Creditora of the Bank, whose claims have been al
lowed, are, under said deciee, entitled to Bet off at
par tbeir claima againat any purchases of said effects
they may make.
A descriptive list of said effects may bo seen at tbe
countiug-houso of B.o.Tardy, oneof the lindoralgned,
on Seventeenth and Dock streets, or at the office of
D. J. Baunder*, on Eleventh atreet, between Main
and Bank:, in Richmond, which tho public are In
vited to call and examino This list will be printed
for circulation, and it will be advertised when ready.
DAVID J. SAUNDERS,
S. C. TARDY,
Roceivore Bank of Virginia.
March 24th, IS7I. mh 2«-lawtda
A BSIGNEE'S BALE
VALUABLE LOTS AT CAPPAHOOSIO, IN THE
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER.
By vittue of an order of W. W. Forbes, Esq., Reg
ister in Bankruptcy, I Bhall, aa aßalgnee of Joahua
L. Garrett, baukrupt, sell at public auction, at Glou
cester Conrt House, on
MONDAY, THE 8d DAY OF JULY, 1871,
commencing Btl2 o'clock M.,a1l the RIGHT, TITLE,
and INTEREST of the said bankrnpt in three lots
at Cappahooßic, in the county of Glouceeter, ireo
from all liens and eucTirnbrancea. The first of these
lota, which contain two (2) acrea, front upon the
main road loading to the wharf, and ia particularly
deairable for a building lot. Tbe two other lota,
containing reapectively eight and ten acrea, front
upon and run back to public lanea, end are very de
airable to persona engaged in market gardening,
TERMS—One-fourth cash j the balauce on aix and
twelvo montha time Purchaaer to give bonda, with
ample personal security, lor the deferred paymonti,
with intereat thereon, from the day of sale ; title to
be retained by the aaaignee until the wholo of the
nurchaao money ahall have been paid.
r P. A. FORBES.
Aaaignee of Joshua L. Garrett, Bankrnpt.
ASSIGNEE' 8 SALE.
By virtue of a decree of the District Court of the
United Btatca for the Eaatern Diatrict of Virginia,
dated May 9th, 1871,th0 nnderelgnwl will aell, at
Gloucester C. H., Va., at 12 o'clock M. on tbe
uth DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES OF LAND,
tn Gloucester county, surrendered by Madlaon Rlche
TERMS—One-third caah; the reaidno in six and
twelve montha, to be aecuied by negotiable notes,
with good security, interest added, and title retained
until the purchase money ahall have been paid, witb
power oi resile if said notes be not paid at maturity.
JACOB COHN, Aaaignee
my 10—2awliw of Madiaon Richeson, Bankrupt.
A B3IG-EE'S SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY.
By virtue of an order of the United States I—trict
Court, for tbe diatrict of Virginia, bearing data Will
May, 1871, iv Ibe case of Penniman A Bio. agaiusl
William Panniil, in bankruptcy. I will, as the as
slgnee of said Paunill, sell at public auction, ou
THURSDAY, THE 16th JUNE, 1871,
at Cbrlstlansburg, al! the right, title, claim «Rd in
tereat of aaid Paunill in and to a valuable DWELL
ING and STORE-HOUSE and LOT, in Cbristlnnburg.
Thia property ia one of the most dcßirable Btands
for a store or hotel in town, being situated on the
corner of the public square aud atreet leading to Iho
There ia a good kiichen, ice houae and stable ou
the lot, all eucloßcd by a good plank fence.
TERMS OF SALE— One-third caah ; and the bal
ance on a credit ol Bix antl twelve montha, the pur
chaser giving bond with ample aecurity fur the de
ferred paymenta ; also to pay taxes for the year 1871.
The title will be rctoinod until all the purchas.'
money is paid. Possession given on May cf sale.
Christiansburg, Va , May 19,1871.
uiy2.2aw3w 0. B. GARDNER, Assignee.
"a BSIGNEE'S BALE
TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE ACHES 01
LAND IN THE COUNTY OF ESBKX, Va.,
In accordance with a decree of the District Court
of tbe Uuited Stales, signed by tbe Hon. John C.fju
derwood, District Judge, pronounced on tha 22d Ma),
1871,1 shall sell iv front of the door of the Custom
House, in the City ot Richmond,
ON SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF JULY, 1871
Two hundred and forty-five acrea of valuable Laud
iv the County of Easex, within four miles of the Kaji
pahttunock River. The Laud Is well wooded and wa
tered—tbe neighborhood au cxc llcnt one, and the
TERMS—Oue third caah; balance in six and twelve
montha, with negotiable notes, Interest added, title
retained until tne whole of tho purchase money ia
Aaaignee of Paul Spindle.
V. S. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
I TNITED STATUS INTERNAL REVENUE, COL
U LECTOR'S OFFICE, 4th DIST., VA., MAN
CHESTER, MAY 20, 1871.
Having received the list of ANNUAL TAXES for
thia Diatrict from the Aaßessor. I hereby give notirs
thut the taxca due thereon r" at be paid at my uth ■
in Manchester, ou or bejforo the 3D DAY OF JUNe,
Tax-payer* residing In Amelia, Powhatan, Cum
berland, Fluvanna and Nottoway counties, may pa)
their taxes to Col. Jno. A. Gravus, Deputy Oolloctor,
at Amelia C. H. _, , .
Taxpajera residing iv Prince Edward, Appomai
lox, Amherat, Nelaou and Buckingham counties, nml
pay their taxoa to Dr. Joaeph Jorgeuaon, Deputy Col
lector, at Farmville. _
The full ponalty of tho law will be Imposed on al
owing taxes who fall to pay by the time fixed herein
my 18-tJeo A. P. LATHROP, Collect.v.
Chicago & Alton R. R Co ,
OulCAG'i, January 26, 1870.
D. W, WnlTll.E, Eaq.,
Geu'l Agent National Watch Co.:
Dear Sir:—l have carried one or tb* Rlgi"
Watches for some time, and am much pleased Willi
t. It has kept excellent time undor all cirrnui
tauces, aud I consider it perfectly reliable.
49-Call ou your Jeweler and oak to ace the —ll_i u
Bualnosa Oflice aud Salearoom Natioual Wan"
190 and 101 Lake Street, Chicago.
1 Maiden Lane, Sew York.
A MERIC'AN HOTEL,
CORNER OF MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS.
PER DAY. $2 50" ERI>AY '
This new and ottractive HOTEL la uaw op«u l" r
the accommodation of the travelling public.
Ktion gives itpecullar advantage*. Situs' 1 '
street, near tbe Post-office, Custom-lloii-e,
Banks, lV.rgraph Offices, and moat ol ta»
and retail houae* of the city.
ise is new and newly furnished, and its a»"
proprietor promises that it shall be urn-
II of Ita arrangement-. .
BLB shall tmvoiull advantage of tuls an ■
other inaikel... the BAR supplied with 011010K Li
QUORB, and the wine cellar with the most net""
"."e'IIVERY attached will lupply tbo finest team"
at all times. NoRVELLOOiJM.
my B—wSm ___________
QOMETUING EXTRA NICF.
Jußt received, a magnificent lot uf
PAPER, CARDS AND ENVELOPES,
I fcr WEDDING and VISITING PURPOSES-ior ■*
parlor to anything now offered In th* olt J'rT nl *[i
I t*ofct* t* work up in our usual un*o,u*ii*a wm\mm