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tiding JState Journal
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. (J, 1871.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Inauguration of Gov. Leslie, of Kentncly!
AN IOWA DESPERADO!
NEW YORK ITEMS!
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS!
BEHTEJCE Or FEMALE INCENDIARIES 1
Health of Queen Victoria!
New York Items.
New York, Sept. G— A lively meeting
of the Union Republican Association, re
commends Horace Orccley to the National
Convention, for President.
The Wilkesbarre coal mines have col
lapsed six acres of ground, by sinking 200
It is understood that to-day application
will be made before Judge Barnard for an
injunction against the heads of the city gov
ernment, to restrain them from the collec
tion of taxes, issuing any more bonds, and
transferring any more real estate. These
are the principal points to be inserted in the
legal document. This movement is in
augurated by an association called !*•
Executive Committee of Citizens and Tax
payers for the Financial Reform of the City
of New York."
Inauguration or Governor Leslie, or Ken
was inaugurated this morning by Judge
Robertson, chief justice of Kentucky, who
is 80 years of age. After the inauguration
the venerable Judge resigned the chiel
justiceship. During the inaugural cere
monies, Judge Robertson was supported
An lowa Dcsrcratlo.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 6.—A man named
Hanna, who runs an illicit distillery in de
fiance of the revenue officers, and who ha>
figured in a half dozen shooting affairs, kill
ed three of a party of men who attacked
his house at liloomfiold, lowa.
lidon, Sept. C—-It is reported that the
vis of Lome is appointed Governor
ral of India, and the Marquis of Ijuis
e Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland,
een Victoria is still ill, and unable to
1 divine service,
c case of cholera has appeared at Liver
iunt Vesuvius has commenced to eject
'ENCE OF FEMALE INCENDIARIES.
male incendiaries has been concluded.
Four have been sentenced to death; one
Imfiement for life, and one to ten years'
tiers has appointed the Due D'Aumale
rnor of Algiers.
suher accepts the candidature for a
in the Assembly.
he discussion for the removal of the
irnment to Paris continues in the As
aris, September o—Tho condemned
imunists appeal from the decisions of
courts-martial to the civil courts.
he Republicans of AVilmiugton, Dela
e, have carried the municipal elections
hat city by a majority of 418.
en convicts of the Arkansas penitentiary,
jttle Rock, overpowered the guard and
'he crop of tobacco in Miami Valley,
o, is the largest ever known ; there be
-45,000 boxes against 25,000 last year.
IcMale & Urbaivs safe and lock factory
Cincinnati has been destroyed by lire.
Tie American Railway Master Mechan-
Associatiou will commence its third
mal session at the Gait House, in Louis
e, Kentucky, on the 12th instant.
LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES.
Washington, Sept. 5. —The Commission
er of Internal Revenue writes that since the
Ist of May pedlar's are not required to be
licensed or to pay the special tax as
such, and therefore they have no right as
pedlars to sell tobacco. Manufacturers are
only authorized to sell tobacco in full pack
ages, put up as prescribed in section (i' 2,
and stamped as required by section 07.
Pedlars employed by manufacturers to sell
goods haTe no right to this respect which
their principals, the manufacturers, have
not, and therefore such pedlars can only sell
in original and unbroken packages, and
dealers become liable if they retail manu
factured tobacco otherwise than from origi
nal and stamped packages.
Washington, September s.—The barom
eter will probably fall still further on Wed
nesday, and especially in the gulf States
and over the lakes. Increasing easterly
winds along the Atlantic coast, and threat
ening weather with brisk southwesterly
winds from the lower lakes westward. No
serious disturbance is apprehended, unless
possibly on Lake Superior, from which re
gion no reports have been received to-day.
From the Sea—News of the Lost British Ship
Mobile, September s.—"The following,
just received from Pensacola, Florida, is
from the copy of a memorandum made in
pencil by a part of the cfew of the British
ship 'Lillian,' lost on the 15th of January,
18(1, off the coast of Brazil, and picked
up in the Gulf of Mexico. It may be a
hoax, but if not, it is of so much impor
tance that I send it for publication.
[Signed] 0. L. Lebaron."
"Off the East Coast of Brazil, \
January 21, 1871. /
This is to certify that we three are the
only survivors of the English ship 'Lillian,'
lost on the night of the 16th of this mouth.
We have now been drifting in an open boat
for six days, suffering hunger, thirst, and
privations, which none but those who have
experienced can illustrate. We have been
looking out for a sail aince the ship went
down. What became of the captain anil
rest of the men, God can only tell.
[Signed] John Thomas, second mate;
Michael Dooley and John Dugan, seamen."
Movements of the Presidential Family.
New York, September i>.— The President
and family will visit New York on Thurs
day. They will return in the evening, and
will start on Tuesday next for Washington,
Pa., where they will remain for two weeks.
They will then take a western trip, and ar
rive in Washington, I). C, about the 11th
Accident 10 an Ocean Steamer.
Xew York, September s.—Tho steam
ship "Rhine," which sailed hence on tho
"2d instant for Bremen, when 227 miles
from Sandy Hook, on Sunday, broke her
■haft, and was towed back to this city by
the steamer "Kldorndo," which arrived
will open on the 31st of October, nnd clou©
November 4th, instead of at the time here
tofore announced. Prizes amounting to
$•20,000 are offered for improvements in all
departments of agriculture, mechanics,
arts, manufactures, kc. Competition is
open to Alabama and the world. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all classes to
participate. Urand preparations are being
1 made, and ample accommodations for all
exhibitors and visitors will be provided.
The "Warmonth'" Delegation at Lena Brauch
Ix>ng Branch Sept. s.—The committee
of twenty of \V armouth's Louisiana dele
gation arrived here to-day at 11 o'clock,
Carriages were in waiting at the depot, and
the delegation was immediately driven to
the President's cotttage, where the Presi
dent, by appointment, received and usher
ed them into the receptiou room, where the
committee laid their grievances before him.
General Campbell read a statement of
the views and wishes of the committee, and
presented an official copy of the proceed
ings and resolutions of the convention
which sent the committee.
After considerable conversation in rela
tion to the facts contained in the address,
the President requested a copy, which was
given him. He then said he wotdd send it
to the officers complained of and hear their
statements before taking "")' *topa in the
matter, lie remarked, also, that the state
ment presented a formidable array oi
charges against the Federal officers named
therein. He said he had not authorized the
use of troops, and that General Reynolds,
when he tilled the requisition of Marshal
Packard, did not know they were to be
used at a political convention.
The interview was pleasant, and the
President exhibited deep interest. The
committee withdrew, and immediately pro
ceeded to the Sans Souci hotel, where they
aeld a private meeting. It is understood
they have prepared a careful statement of
the interview, giving, as near as possible,
The committee left Long Branch for New-
York this cveninir
fNIVERSARY OF THE ITALIAN OCCI
I'ATION OF ROME.
Rome, September 5. —The anniversary of
the occupation of Rome by the Italian
troops, under Gen. Ardona, on the 28th of
September, 1870, will be celebrated this
year by the passage of the National Guardi
through the streets, theatrical entertain
A large number of workingmen in Brus
sels, have struck for a reduction in work
The Prussian Cross Gazette says that it
was decided at Gastein to leave the Roman
question entirely to Italy.
There was a tumultuous discussion in
the French Assembly yesterday, over a
motion for the return of tho Assembly and
seat of government to Paris.
Dr. Karl Marx, a leading spirit in the
International society, is dead.
Confederate cotton bondholders in Kuropc
are about publishing a report and corres
Strikes have occurred among the work
men at Sheiiicd and Bradiord, Kngland.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Daily State Journal Office,
Richmond, Sept. 6, 1871.
We quote llrst-class paper at 8 to 10 ?per
cent, per annum. Richmond city bonds are held
at 80 cents. Virginia State stocks dull. There Is
an active demand forfiret-class railroad securi
UUiotatlous cf Bonds nud Stocks by Lancaster
;v Co., Bankers nnd Brokers, 1113 Main
Street, Richuiund, Va.
Virginia Consolidated 65
One-third Certificates 29
Virginia Registered Bonds, old, last sales 62*
Va. Kegistered Bonds, New, 1866, last sales 68
Va Registered Bonds, New, 1867, last sales... 66
Richmond City Bonds, last sales 80
Petersburg City Bonds, last sales 68*
Lynchburg City Bonds, last sales 72)$
First National Bank Stock, last sales 110
National Bank of Virginia Stock, last sales,
Planters' National Bank Stock, last 5a1e5....100
State Bank of Virginia Stock, last sales 100
R., F. k P. R. R. Stock —common, last sales 61
Do. do. do. guaranteed 6 per cent., last sales 80
80. do. do. do. 7 do. do 90
RF& P&R&FC'nJtR Stock, lost sales 76*
Richmond k Danville R. R. Stock, lastsales, 26
('hesaiieake and Ohio R It Stook, last sales.. 26
Rich'd k Petersburg R. R. Stock, lost sales... 37*
Uiover Hill R. R. Stock, lastsales 80
Virginia and Telia. R. R. Stock, last sales.... 21
Petersburg k Weldon R. R. Stock, last sales 50
Orange k Alexandria R. R. Stock, last soles. 15*
Virginia State Ins. Co. Stock, last sales
Va Fire and Marine Ins Co. Stock, last sales 26*
Kich'd Banking k Ins. Co. Stock, last sales 24*
It. & D. It. R. mortgaged Bonds, last sales... 80
Piedmont It. R. 8 per cent Bonds, last sales 92)$
V C R it Third mor'd (I per ct Bds, last sale 80
Do. Fourth do. 8 do. do. do 95
Do. non-mortgaged 8 do. do. do
R. F. k I. R. It. Bonds, 7 per cent, last stiles 80
Do. do. do. 6 do. do
It. k P. R. K. Bonds, 7 percent., last sales... 90
Do. 8 do. do. do
Clover Hill R R 8 per ct Bonds, last sales 90
S R R First preferi c d 8 per ct Bds, last sales 92)4
Do do Second do guard 0 pet Bds, last sales 72*
Do. do. Third do. 6 do. do. do 67)4
Nor Ik & Pctcrsb'g Rlt Bds, 7 pet last sales
Do. do. do do. do. 8 do. do . .
Or k Alex R R First mortg'd Bds, last sales 90
Do do do do do do Second do do do SO
Do do do do Third do 8 pet Bds, last sales g8
Do do do do Fourth do Bdo do do 85
VkT R It First mor'd 6 pet Bds, lost sales 85
Do do do do Second do 6 do do do 79
Do do do do Third do 8 do do do 67
Petersb'g k Wei. 11 It S per ct Bds, Inst sales 92)4
Jos R .v X t; Co mortgaged Bonds, last sales 66)4
New Turk Meek and Money Market. '
New York, September 6, 1871,
Stocks strong and very active. Governments
strong and steady. Slate bonds strong and steady.
Money easy at 3 per cent, Gold firm at 113 V
Exchange—long, B'i ; short. 9'> S.
" f Richmond (irain Market.
Corn and Floor Excb axub, I
Richmond, Sept. c, 1871. 5
Wheat—White, 802 bushels. Red, 844d0.
Cuss—White, 3560 bushels.
Wheat—White, MS bushels at »1.60 for seed;
$1.56 for prime; $1.4041*1.45 for fair; $1.30 for
common. Ked—sl2 bushels at *i.us for prime;
♦1.60 forgery good; »1.40 for fafr; *firstname.lastname@example.org
(Jobs —White, 50 bushels very good at 95 cents.
Oats—3Bo bushels at 75 cents for prime winter;
68 cents for New Bruswlck; 674J58 cents for very
good siiiing; 54 for common.
Rtb—lo bushels very good at 66 cents.
Flaxseed— 14 bushels very good at $1.75.
Wheat-White, 146 bushels.
Beeswax—MUM cents per pound.
Hitter —Prime Virginia 22a25c ; fair to good
15a20c ; common IWMft.
B«Asor—Apple $2 25a2 75; the latter for
Oaxdi.es—Adamantine 12 oz, 14 t014!4c ; 14 oz,
10 toi7V city tallow 14c, factory price by the
quantity ; Mitchell's 32.
CorrKE—.lava2Sa2«c ; Rio KiXalaXc ; Laguay
Cork Meai—While, bolted, from mill, »sc;
Ohrksx—Northern and Western prime cutting
14al4Hc : common 13*130.
Conns Yarhk—Country yarns Nos. 8 to 12
Darns and Dvu-STrrrs—Alum 6Hc ; Copimras
icj Madder 10c; Indigo *l 50: Cochineal *1 25
extract logwood lue ; Sup. Curb. Soda 6He Sal.
Eoes—Ho per dozen, iv barrels and boxes;
ii patent carriers 23c.
IJH ; No 1 shore, iISaISX; No. 2 mackerel ♦»>»a.
in. No. 3 »«aS 50; No. lin kits »3 eO: No. '2 »2 25
Herrings —Split A.', 76a5 82 ; gross a. l ) 60n6 00
per barrel; North I 'arolina roe *6 5006 00 per
hairbarrel; N. ('. dipped #7u7 50; new, gross
*« ooao 60 per barrel.
Giassrio —70a7fic per pound.
Gai kustoseh —2a2Hc.
Gcaho—»7Ba7B for Peruvian, according to
quantity; Soluble Pacific *66; Sea Fowl *Z!> ;
English Tobacco Fertiliser *70.
Preparations —Old Dominion Fertilizer too
Gilliain.s Tobacco Fertilizer »70 ; Corn Fertilizer
»70. do. cotton Fertilizer »«0; Powhatan Raw
Hone Super Phosphate »50; Watson k Clark's
SiigerPhosphntotSli; Eureka «67a00; Flour of
Hat—Prime Virginia Timothy »1 20al 30;
good do. »1 OualtH); Northern »1 36al 40 ; Clover
new; OOcul 00. These are the prices lor which
hay has sold in lots from first hands.
litem - Wet Sotted—Steers 9Haloc; calf skin
Di-y— Country flint 17a19c; salted 16al7c—sell
ing prices. The buying rates for green are 16* ;
dry flint 14a16c. ' -" .'.. —
Lbatbrr—Sole—Hemlock, overweight, j.a.i* .
middle 2ga3oc; light 26>ia27c; good damaged 23a
26c; oak, middle weights, 36a40c.
rait and Kip Skins— Best French tl 86a2 M
per pound; French kip »1 Mai per pound;
American calf »1 26al 60.
Saddlers— Best harness 40a42c; second quality
SBa4Be; country Ssa3Bc.
Finished— Upper 38a60c per pound.
Sough Stock— Skirting 25a32c lier pound; call
skins 74a90c per ponnd ; lop skins 40a80c; sheep
skins *3a7 per dozen.
Lias sun Cbmhst—Rockvrlle, Va., none In
market; Rockland *1 40al 46, by th* quantity
from wharf; *1 08 by retail from store: Rosen
dale ts 37Xa2 60; Calcined Plaster ASn3 24;
round top, none here; James River Cement »3
60 Calcined Plaster »3a3 26.
l,i ur Piaster—s6 60a6 per ton, according to
Lumber —Pine, common green inch boards au
60al3perM; good seasoned 14al8; do. IK, 1H
and 2 inch, »17a19; clear heart *26a26; heart bill
stuff »26a30; bill lumber *l«a20; oak »20a26.
Laths—Sawed »'2 60a2 75 per 1,000.
Mo lassis—Porto Rico 60a70c ; Cuba Muscova
do, in barrels, 55a«V' ■ .««•» housu syrup, !■•*•>■
rplK , New Orleans Molasses 66a75c ; Lng
llsh Island 45a50c ; Golden Syrup t;oa7oc.
Mili OrrAL—Bran 17c; Shorts 20c; HrownstulT
27c; Shipstuff 65c, wholesale.
Mktai.s— lron —Common sizes *H6a9o per ton ;
extra 4Ha6c ; Swedes 6a6X ; banil iron 4Ssa6H ;
horse shoes 6%aGc ; mule shoos 6?ia7c; rail road
Steel— Naylor's cast 1754 c; English blistered
UXc: American do. 10allS4c.
Nails—Old Dominion, *5 for standard numbers.
Oils —Kerosene 28c, wholesale; tanners' oil
i-i."■.'..- lier gallon; straits 60a66c; linceed *1 00a
06; lubricating oil 60c.
Oats—Baled 80ca»l 00 per 100 pounds.
Oakt a —I'iaUc per pound in bales.
ens 16030 c.
Potatobs—lrish, Va., 70a76c.
Polbs did Stavbs—Hoop poles »0 50a7 60.
Staves *r, 60a7. Headings *(J 60a7 76.
Pnovisioxs— Western Shoulders, 7*caßc; Hone
Sides, B*a9c; Clear Rib, 9*a9Hc; Hreasts, 10
alO*' Plain Haras, 15!4a16; Sugar-cured, 17a17>4;
Canvassed, 17,Ma18; Virginia hog round, Hall*.
Lard, Country, 12; Baltimore Leaf, In tierces and
barrels, ll*all* ; in hall-barrels, 12a12*; In
kegs, 13)4. These are the jobbing prices.
Powder—Sporting »7 00 per keg, *« 60 by the
lot; blasting H6O by keg, *4 by the lot; Eagle
powder, in flasks *20n21 per case of 25 pounds;
Treble F. in canisters Ilsalß per case of 25
Pitch—*4 per barrel.
Paper Stock—Mixed cotton rag 4a4*c ; white
sas)ic ; wollen 2a4c ; imperfections 2*a3.
Rice—New, Carolina, 9* to 10c.
Rosin—No. 1, *4a4.50; strained and No. 2, $2.35.
5h0t—*2.60a2.75 per bag, according to quan
SuaAKS—Portoßico,lo*all*c; Cuba, 10al0*c;
New Orleans, 10*all)4; Cut loaf,, 16; Refined,
crushed and powered, 14)4.
Coffee, A.: 13* | C 12*
1) 1374 I O yellow 12
Extra C 12* 1 Yellow 10*4 all *
Salt—Liverpool, »2 35a2 40 per sack.
Shucks —60c per 100 pounds.
Sbnbca Root —46a60c per pound.
Tab—None in market.
Teas—Gunpowder, *1 00a1.75; Imperial, $1 20a
1 25c; Young Hyson, $1 20al 80; Black, »lal 80.
ViKEiiAß—Northern, 20a25c; Cider Vinegar,
Wool—"Washed, free of burrs, 60a63c; un
washed, free of burrs, 42a43c.
Whiskey—Common, *1 ISal 25; medium,
, tl 25al 50: old rye, coppor distilled, *2a3 50;
very old, *5a6.
Sundries—Domestic Gin, $1,25a1.60; New
■ England Rum, *1 60; Cordials and Blackberry
Brandy, * I 60u2 per gallon.
Richmond Tobacco Market, Sept. 7.
Leas—Common to medium 5 75a 6 75
Good to fine 7 00a 8 00
Extra 7 00a S 50
Leaf—Common to medium 8 UOa 9 00
Good to fine 9 60n13 00
Loos—Common to good W. ....6 00a 8 00
Lbaf—Good to line 8 60a12 00
Black wrappers 10 00a 13 00
Mahogany wrappers 12 00a Is 00
Stx-cured lugs 8 OOalS 00
Sun-cured leaf 10 00a30 00
Stbmmiku—Common to good 9 60 all 00
BBIIIHT MANUFACTCRINO AND BROKINQ.
Lids—Common to medium. 8 OOalS 00
Good to fine 20 00a 30 00
Extra smoking 20 00a 40 00
Leaf—Common to medium 12 Ooa 25 00
Good to line 30 00a 70 00
Extra 75 ooaioo uo
The market is firm and active, and tendency
upward. The sales of hogsheads nnd boxes were
larger the post week than the week previous,
that of loose less. All grades are in demand, and
prices generally satisfactory and fully up to the
quotations. We quote—
Primings $ 2 50®$ 4 50
Lugs, inferior and common 4 60® 5 50
Lugs, good and smooth long 6 75® 6 75
Lugs, good and working fi 00® 9 00
Lugs, fine yellow smoking 10 00® 14 00
Lugs, extra yellow smoking 15 00® 30 00
Leaf, inferior and common 6 00® 7 60
Leaf, good and fine working 7 60® 12 00
Leaf, extra fine fillers 13 00® 20 00
Leaf, good dark and mixed 7 60® 9 50
Leaf, good shipping 10 00® 10 60
Leaf, extra shipping 11 00® 12 20
Leaf, dark rich wrappers 9 00® 13 13
Leaf, medium and good yellow 10 00® 15 00
Leaf, ihio yellow 16 00® 30 On
Leaf, extra yellow 36 00® 42 60
Domestic Markets—[,;,■ ti'.i.'wkai'h.]
New York, September 6, 1871.
Flour 6@lo cents better. Wheat a shade firm
er. Corn a trifle higher. Pork steady at $13.60®
$13S. Lard steady. Cotton strong —Middling
Uplands, 20*; Orleans, 20*—sales 8000 bales.—
Turpentine firm—6l@s2. Rosin firm at $3.10®
3.20 for strained. Freights firm.
/ Kill. 1:«- ■. INFIRMARY,
COn. MARSHALL AND COLLEGE STS,
H. D. TALIAFERRO, M. D„ Medical Sup't.
Medical and Surgical Staff, the Procsfsors of the
Medical College of Virginia.
The building is situated iv a quiet, central part
of the city, and convenient of access to all the
business centres, depots, Ac. It contains hfge
and well-ventilated wards and comfortably-fur
nished private rooms.
All cases requiring medical or surgical aid ad
mitted except the insane aud those laboring un
der contagious disorders. Suitable accommoda
tions and experienced nurses provided for women
(Including board, medical attendance
and medicine,) large ward, per week,
Invariably in advance $6
Private rooms $10 to $20
A small additional fee is charged for surgical
operations. Liberal terms will be made with
churches, benevolent associations, and corpora
tions, for the care of their sick by the year—pay
ments to be made monthly or quarterly.
For further information or admission, apply at
the infirmary, to
H. B. TALIAFERRO, M. D.
je 16—law Sin Medical Snp't.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c.
\y HITLO< K. a, ABRAM,
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AXU WHOLESALE ASH RETAIL IIKALER* 19
SMOKING, CHEWING AND LEAF
No 1601 Main Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel
jo 16—3 m
THE OLD DOMINION KTEAMSIITPCOM
PA NY'S elegant side-wheel steamship ISAAC
8U1.1., Capt. Bhkb*as, will sail on IRIDAY,
September -Hi, at 11 o'clock A. M.
Frelghl received until 10 o'clock A.M.
Through bills of lading signed, and goods for
warded with dispatch to all points—north, south
east and west. Close connections made with Cu
nard line for foreign ports.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed
TjlOR NEW YORK. <^££_.
The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP and PACK
COMPANY'S elegant steamship WILLIAM P.
CLYDE, Captain Parser, will leave her wharf
at Rocketts on FRIDAY, Septemlier S, at 6 P. M.
Connecting with steamers for Hartford, Nor
wich, Stonington, Fall River and Boston from
same pier. - -—1
Freight received up to the hour of sailing.
Close connections and through bills of lading
given to all aontriem, eastern, and western
places; also, to Europe and Australia.
Fare, $6; meals and state-rooms, extra.
D. J. BURR, President,
11114 Main street.
Washisotox k Co., agents, Pier 12, North river.
New York; »c B—3t
at tne old established agency,
No. «>3 Main Street,
I ,■* , ;.■ OFFICE OF TUB
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
THE LATEST STYLES JUST RECEIVED.
Also, METROPOLITAN tor September.
se 8-dSwta J. F. McKENNEY.
WASHWOMEN* HEADU CARTERS!
WASH TUBS, WASH-BOARDS,
CLOTHES LINES, CLOTHES PINS, WASH-
ING SODA and SOAP.
Look out for the "TIP-TOP."
The most complete stock of PROVISIONS in
the city. R- V. JAMES,
No. 1534 Main street,
se 6—3 m Four doors above First Market.
THE FINE ARTS, &c.
QOC'tHERN CHROMO DEPOT.
NO. 021 MAIN STREET,
,'ALSH & REDDY aaaaaaaaSSS
A good stock of MIRRORS. OVAL FRAME!
rHIOTOGRATHS, etc., nlwavs on blind nndjj
FINE WRITING nESKK^_ALB]JNIS ! _
um.es, noT.n pens, irwniit, nooKS AND htAtionci
at lowest rates.
Give ns a call 1
all kinds of FR/
so 4—3 m WALSH & REDDY.
EXCURSIONS AND PK-NICS.
Richmond, Fredericksbi'Ru k P. R. R. 1
Ofpicr General Ticket and Fbeioht Aot. I
Richmond, Aug. 4, 1871. )
TIICURSIbn TICKETS FOR ISTI.
CAPE MAY, kc.
Apply at the company's office, corner of Broad
and Eighth streets, or at Ticket offlce, corner of
Byrd and Eighth streets.
J. B. GENTRY,
au B—ta Gen'l Ticket Agent.
COAL AND WOOD.
/iHEAP 'FUEL • " /VHE~AP~"If»Jf
A FULL CORD OF DRY PINE WOOD
IVELIVEKEPLV ANY PART OF Till", (T
AT THREE DOLLARS l'Eli FULL CORI
SUMMER PRICES. '
Constantly on hand
THE BEST OAK AND PINE WOOD,
LONG, SAWED .AND KINDLING WOOD.
■ ANTHRACITE AND
at very lowest prices, at YARD, corner of It
and Seventh Streets.
J. R. F. BURROUGH
jy 25—3 m
REAL ESTATE DISTRIBUTION
I ) 111 ESTATE 111 s I'll I 111 Till \ OF
MEMPHIS, TKSSESSSE, FOR MM
This GRAND SCHEME, endorsed by many of
the leading citizens of the country, olfers
to turtles to speculate upon small investments.
S4CT,r,OO in UN Valuable Properties,
$33,400 in Personal Properties.
DISTRIBUTION OCTOBER 31*T, 1871.
NEW MEMPHIS THEATRE,
Cost $85,000, under rent for $5,000 per year ; ele
gant resiliences, magnificent cottage homes,
highly cultivated productive plantations
' The best chance ever olt'ered to the jieople to
obtain a share inaGRANDSPECULATION for
a trilling amount.
Uruwing Peal lively Takes Place Oct. 31»t, IS7I.
MESSRS. PASSMORE k RUFFIN,
Tin- managers will not hold a ehure, thuii guar
ding th* shareholders the full control.
riMli: STATE JOCKWI. la an ex«
1 vertislng medium. Try It and see.
rp II E -PAIN KILL E-R . "
The "PAIN KILLER" may justly be styled
the great medicine of the world ; for there is no
region of the globe into which it has not found
Us wny, and been largely used nnd highly prized
Moreover, there is no clime to which it has not
proved to lie well adapted for the cure of a con
■ulernble vniiety of diseases. It is a speedy and
safe remedy for burns scalds, cuts, bruises,
wounds and various other Injuries, as well as for
dysentery, diarrhoea and bowel complaints gene
rally. It Is admirably suited for every race of
men on the face of the globe.
It is a very significant fact, that notwithstand- I
ing the long period of years that the "PAIN
KILLER" has been before the world, il has j
never lost one whit of its popularity, but, on the
contrary, the call for It has steadily increased
from its first discovery, and at no previous time
has the demand for It been so great, or the quan
tity made been so large, as it is to-day.
Another significant fact is, that nowhere has
the "PAIN KILLER" ever been in higher re-
pute, or been more generally used by families
and Individuals, than it has been here at home,
where it was first discovered and introduced.
That tho "PAIN KILLER" will continue to
be, what we have styled it, the «reat mkdicinb
of tub world, there cannot be the shadow of a
doubt.— Providence Advertiser. jy 16—lmdiw
OQfi FOR P'RST-CLASS PIANOS—Sent
trial—no agents. Address U. S
ANO CO.. 645 Broadway. N. Y.
CQ'T'P; A MONTH_Expen.ce paid-Male
■O / O or Female Agents—Horse and outfit
furnished. Address, Saco Noveltt Co., Saco,
T) IFLES,SHOI'-GCNS, REVOLVERS.—Gun
XV materials of every kind. Write for Price
List, to Great Western Gun Works, Pittsbug, Pa.
Army guns and revolvers bought or traded for.
riVHIS IS NO IIIMBUI!
By sending 35 CENTS with age, height, coloi
of eys and hair, you will receive by return mail,
a correct picture of your future husband or wife,
with nnmo and date of marriage. Address W.
FOP, P. O. Drawer, No. 24, Fultonville, N. Y.
with the Given Tea Flavor. Warranted to snit
all tastes. For sale everywhere. And for sale
wholesale only by the
GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO,
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS—Do
yon want a situation as agent, local or tra
veling, with chance to make S5 to Ss2o per
day selling our new 7-strnnd White Wire
Clothes Lines I They last forever; sample
I free, so there is no risk. Address at once
I Hudson River Wire Works, corner Water
|st-eet and Maiden Lane, N. V., or 16 Dear
It has tho uelU'uto and rerresid"*
mt aenulae Farina
W "*«OjJ <»»^~^-^Col o « ,,e Water, and Is
the so** l oqnf
every Lady or Gen-"~~-— . *
lirninn. Sold by
nnd llenlcr. !n PERFUMERY/^-^.
WANTED— Agenta, (S2O per day) to sell the
celebrated HOME SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE. Has the underfed, makes tho "lock
stitch" (alike on both Bides,) 3nd is fully licenced.
The best and cheapest family Sewing Machine in
the market. Address JOHNSON, CLARK k
CO., Boston, Mass., Piitsburg, Pa., Chicago. 111.,
or St. Louis, Mo. ___
TJEDUCTION OF PRICES
a>B "S'-i,d for our New Price List and a club
form will accompany it, containing full directions
—makiug a large saving to consumers and re
munerative to club organizers.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
31 and 33 Vesbt Street,
P. O. Box 6643. New York.
Intestines, Urinary, Uterine or AMominai Or
gans. Poverty or a Want of Blood, Inhr
mitttnt or Remittent Fevers, Influmti
tion of the Liver, Drop/ty, Sluggish
Circulation of the Blood, Ab-
Dr. Wells having become awaro of the extra
ordinary medicinal properties of the South Amor
can Plant, called
sent a special commission to that country to pro
cure it in its native purity, and having found its
wonderful curative properties to even exceed the
anticipations formed by its great reputation, has
concluded to offer it to the public, aud is happy
to state that he has perfected arrangements for a
regular monthly supply of this wonderful Plant.
He has siient lnuch time experimenting and In
vestigating as to tho most efficient preparation
from it, for popular use, and has for some time
used in his own practice with .most happy re
sults, the effectual medicine now presented to the
public as _
W. C. MAYO,
Island Saw Mid.
DR. WELLS' EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
and ho confidently recommends it to every family
as a household remedy which should be freely
taken as a Blood Pl'bifikr in all derangements
of the system and animate and fortify ail weak
and symiiathetic temperaments.
JOHN 11. KELLOGG,
18 Piatt St., New York.
Sole Agent for tho United States.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular,
COAL AND COKE,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
TED STATES for .the Eastern District of
In the matter of Richard W. Price, bankrupt
Eastern District uf Virginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given that a last general meet
ing of the creditors of the said Richard W. Price,
i.ankrupl, for the purpose of declaring a dividend,
will be held ut l'armville, at the office of Will. R.
Berkeley, before W. W. Forbes, register in bank
ruptcy, in said district, on Monday, the 25th day
of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., in ac
cordance with the provisions of the 27th and 28th
sections of the bankruptcy act of March 2d, 18117.
Dated at Richmond, this Aih day of Sept., 1871.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
se 6—W2w AsElgnee.
IN THE DIM XXI T COURT OF THE UNI.
TED STATES lor the Western District of Vir
In the matter of W. O. 4 R. V. Lynn, bank
By a decree of the above court, rendered in the
matter of W. G. k R. V. Lynn, bankrupts, the
undersigned as a special commissioner, is re
quired to take an account of the liens against
three iots of land in the proceedings mentioned,
together with .all other encumbrances upon the
same, and to moke report to the next court.
Parties interested in the deciee above referred
to, are hereby notified that I shall, on FRIDAY,
the 4th day of August next, proceed to lake the
account as above required, at my office in the
town of Danville, Virginia, and that the same
will be continued from day to day until com
Given under my hand this loth day of July,
1871. WM. M. MOSELEY,
jy 11—Tu3w Special Commissioner.
AnOOKING STOVES !
Having a large stock on hand, I am selling at
greatly reduced prices.
W. J. ANDERSON,
825 Main and 286 Broad streets.
IS A ITHIt
BChurchSt., New York.
5.X16. Send for Thoa-NecU
WHAT IS IT 1
HONEE'S SALE Of
•-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, k NOTIONS,
By authoiity of the United States District
Court, for the Eastern District of Virginia, in the
matter of E. Heller, bankrupt, I Bhall affer for
sale at public auction, In the town of Farmville,
FRIDAY, Bth DAY BF SEPTEMBER, 1871,
nt 12 o'clock M., a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, k NOTIONS
THE CHOSES IN ACTION enrrendered by the
said E. Heller, bankrupt.
TXRas-4Jash. EMMET CRUMP,
an 29—3teod Assignee of E. Hetler.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE.
1 will sell, as assignee of W. D. Elsom, bank
nuit, at Howardsvllle, Albemarle county, Vn., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, IS7I,
at 12 o'clock M.,
the following property, namely :
1 STEAM ENGINE. Is horse power.
1 LOT TOBACCO MACHINES. (H.)
ALL HIS CIIOSES IN ACTION
1 MASTER WHEEL PATENT
PARCEL OF LAND SUITABLE FOR A
containing three acres, more or less, six miles
from Howardsville, and adjacent to the lands of
Thomas Tillman and others.
TERMS.—One-third cash, and the remainder
in six and nine months, requiring bond and good
security. A. HOWARD TURNER,
au 24—2aw3w Assignee.
L SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE Ann PERSONAL PROPERTY
IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY.
Pursuant to a decree of tho District Court of
lie United States, in the matter of James M.
!onway, bankrupt, I will, as assignee of said
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27TH, 1871,
sell on the premises, one certain TRACT OF
LAND lying In the county of Pittsylvania on
Banister river, about 12 miles east of Pittsylva
nia court-house, and adjoining the lands of Wm.
H. Plunkett and others, and containing
EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less. And on the following day,
THURSDAY, THE 2STII SEPTEMBER,
I will, as assignee aforesaid, sell a certain tract,
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, lying In said county, on the waters
of Sweedens Fork of John's Run, about 2 miles
east of Spring Garden and adjoining the lands of
Ro. O. Terry and others.
The Tekxb of Salb will be one-third of the
purchase money of each tract to be paid in cash,
and the balance in equal instalments of six and
twelve months; each purchaser giving bonds and
approved security for deferred payments and a
lieu retained until the purchase money is paid —
The land will be sold in such parcels as may be
deemed best, to be made known on day of sale.
L. B. CONWAY,
an 22—law.lw Assignee of J. M. Conway.
By Col. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS
By an order of the District Court of the 1 fnjted
States for the District of Yirgtnia, I shall, as as
signee of Ohamberlnyne k Moss, expose for Bale,
to the highest bidder, at public auction, one of
the best and largest DISTILLERIES in Virginia,
with fixtures complete, free from all liens and
encumbrances, in the town of Clarksville, Va.,
ON THE 16rn DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871
TERMS—One-fourth cash; the balance pay
able, with interest, twelve months after day of
sale. J. M. CARRINGTON, Assignee
je 16—2awtds of Chamberlayno k Moss.
k SSIGNEER' HE-HALE OF
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
the United States for the District of Virginia,
we will re-sell, as assignees of William P. Pool,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER OTH, 1871,
on the promises, (the residence of the bankrupt,)
the tract of land on which the bankrupt aforesaid
now resides, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES,
lying on the waters of Aaron's creek, Mecklen
burg county, Va., with good improvements.
Pour-eleventh of 130 acres of land on the waters
of Buffalo creek, in said connty, now occupied by
Tbrhs op Sai.b.—One-third cash; balance a
credit of six and twelve months, with approved
security, with inteiest from date, and title re
tained until the whole of the purchase money Is
paid—(Terms of first sale not having been com
This sale was postponed from the 25th of July,
IS7I, to September 9th, IS7I, for want of Commis
McKINSEY * BROWN,
nu 16—W3w Assignees.
$2 50 PER DAY P2 50
This new and attractive HOTEL is now open
for the accommodation of the traveling public.
Its location gives it peculiar advantages. Situ
ated on Main street, near the Post-office, Custom
house, all of the Banks, Telegraph Offices, and
most of tho wholesale and retail houses of the
The bouse is new and newly furnished, and its
experienced proprietor promises that it shall be
first-class iv all of its arrangements.
The TABLE shall have full advantage oi this
and other markets, the BAR supplied with
CHOICE LHIUOUS, and the wine car with
the most select brands.
The LIVERY attached will supply the finest
teams at all times.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the District of Virginia.
Iv tbe matter of John Welfley, bankrupt—ln
At Harrisonburg, on the mth day of August,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition has
been, to wit: on the 4th day of January, 1871,
iiled in said District Court by John Welfley, of
Page co, in said district, vrho has been heretofore
duly declared bankrupt under the act of Congress
entitled *'An act to establish a more uniform sys
tem of bankruptcy throughout the TJnitedStates,"
approved March 2d, 1867, for a discharge and cer
tificate thereof, from all his debts and other
claims provable under said act, and that the 10th
day of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M,, be
fore C. Douglas Gray, one of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his office in Harrisonburg,
in said district. Is the time and place assigned (Sir
the hearing of the same; when and where you
may attend and show cause, if any you have,
why the prayer of the said petition should not be
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank
rupt will be held at the same time and place.
C. DOUGLAS OKAY.
Register in Bankruptcy for tne
au 15—Tu2w* 6th Cong f l Dist. of Va.
IN Mil: DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District of
In the matter of Arthur L. Rogers, bankrupt
By an order entered in the above matter of
bankruptcy, dated July Bth, 1871, I am directed
to take an account of the lienß ou the real estate
of said bankrupt, and to report their amounts,
priorities and the parties who claim the same ;
and notice is hereby given to all the jiarties in
terested, that I will proceed to take the said ac
count, pursuant to said order, on the 4th day of
September, In the year 1871, at my ofllce No. lo
S. Royal street, in the city of Alexandria, Vir
ginia A. W. CHILTON,
Alexandria, Va., August 3d, 1871.
ritAKRANT'S Ml 1X.1.1t APERIENT^
GRANULAR EFFERVESCENT SALTS OF
VICHY AND CITRATE MAGNESIA.
L. WAGNER k CO., Druggists.
ASSIGN EE SALES.
By Col. J. J. Hill, Anctlonecr.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS
In the matter of R. H. MOSS k BROS.
By an order of the District Conrt of the United
States for the District of Virginia, consented to
by all parties Interested, I shall, as assignee for
the above named bankrupts, sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder,
ON THE 16tb DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871
in the town of Clarksvillc, Va., free from «
liens and encumbrances, a large amount of PER
SONAX. PROPERTY, consisting of
Horses, Mules and Cattle,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Two (2) Steam Engines, with complete outfit
Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, ant -
llcient to work 200 hands.
The REAL ESTATE consist of about twenty
five valuable Town and Wood Lots, in and near
to the town of Clarksvillo; Two large Facto
ries (smoking and manufacturing); also, "Kin -
derton," one mile out of town, containing 30 0
acres with handsome Dwelling.
TERMS—For all personal property cash ; for
real estate, one-fourth of purchase money cash
the balance payable in twelve months, with in
terest from day of sale.
,t. M. CARRTNGTON, Assignee
je 6—2awtds of R. H. Moss k Broa 1 _
~k SSIG M I■.*■" SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HENRY
COUNTY, VA., AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1871.
By virtue of au order of the District Court of
the United States for the District of Virginia,
rendered on the 12th day of May, IX7I, we will
sell as assignees of John W. Smith and John U,
Jones, bankrupts, at Ridgeway, in Hie county of
SATURDAY, THE 30TH OF SEPT., 1671,
the following property surrendered by said bank
rupts : ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FOUR AND A HAL>
acres, upon which there is a good dwelling-house
i out-house, 4c. ONE TRACT, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES,
i upon which there are two comfortable dwelling
A two-third interest in a BRICK STORI
HOUSE tit Ridgeway, formerly occupied b
Smith & Jones.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance twelve and
eighteen months, equal instalments, the pur
chaser giving bonds with npproved personal se
curity for the deferred payments, bearing inter
est from date, and title retained until full pay
ment of the purchase money.
HOBSON k TREDWAY'.
SMALL FARMS FOR SALE.
COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE
iT GUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
ON SUNNYSIDE BAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LAND
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HI.
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMKSEb,
AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTAIILE.
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck e:isily obtained
near the premises.
Direct and rapid
by rail or water
fur fresh breezes rome «p the ltay anil temper the
To persons of intellectual tastes, the near vi
cinity of the National Capital is of inestimable
value. It is near enough to Washington to allow
one to do business there, and b»> home at night;
or, in winter to reside in thf city and have the
luxuries of a farm home.
We urge our northern friends
Come and see us here in Virginia. Here you
will find true hearts ready to welcome yon. So
ciety organized with Churches, SchtOl*, Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries of
fruit trees and beautiful cnltivated farms. Here
you will find the cheapest land on this continent
and which is snre to increase rapidly in v.alue.—
Northern men of means are coming in rapidy.
Lands from $20 to $25 per acre, of excellent
quality to Improve, can be bought on long time.
Farms cnn be rented by those who wis* to stay
State Journal Office
HECK, KNOX * KIKBT,
Dl 20 —Involuntary. ~
ISTKICT COURT OF THE I'NirEO
STATES lor the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of R. H.Maury A Co. vs. Serrill,
Flash & Co., bankrupts—in bankruptcy.
A warrant in bankruptcy has been issued
by said oourt against the estate ol Serrill, Flash
k Co., of Henrico co., and State of Virginia, who
have been adjudged a bankrupt on petition oi
their credi tors, and the payment of any debts, and
the delivery of any property belonging tv
to said bankrupts, to then i or for their use, and the
transfer of any property by them, are forbidden
by law :—A meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupts, to prove their .let.ts,and choose one or
more assignees of their estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be iholden at Richmond
in said district, at the ofllce of the Reglst«r, be
fore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 6th oi
September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B PARKER,
au 21—M2w U. S. Marshal.