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I'PON the Stnto Legislature, which met
to-day, devolves a duty the importance of
which to the people of A'irginia cannot be
To revise the experimental legislation
of the last session, and to harmonize much
that is found incongruous," ami supplement
much that is incomplete, preparatory to the
compilation of a revised code, will tax the
skill and energy of both branches of tho
The people also demand such equitable
revision of our registration and election
laws, as will no.longer aiTord facilities for
"depriving the emancipated class of the
substantial benefits of freedom, and of pre
venting the free political action of those
citizens who do not sympathize with (Dem
While we desire the ballot-box to have
•very safe-guard thrown around it, we hold
that every voter has the right to cast his
ballot once at each election, and that while
he who attempts to vote fraudulently shall
have ample punishment meted out to him ;
those (and especially officers of election,)
who, by fraud or negligence, deprive even
a single voter of his proper privilege, shall
lie held responsible or,- their malfeasance or
misfeasance, and like punishment, he lneted
out to them.
But the trying' question for the General
Assembly v, ill be the financial legislation
necessary to carry the State through a
crisis in her credit, such as few popular as
semblies have had to deal with.
Judging from the incidental remarks of
members, it seems that increased taxation
(that is, in excess of 50 cents on the $100,)
will be strenuously resisted; and many
come pledged to vote against any measure
of taxation imposing a higher rate. But it
will soon be apparent to these economists,
after the horse has been stolen," and they
will be compelled to take either horn of the
present dilemma, go hack on their pronu.-es
to constituents, or on the ctuqion contract of
will not meet what is "nominated in the
bond," and it will prove much easier to
talk of new subjects of taxation, than to find
them not fenced in by chartered exemp
tions, or already contributing indirectly to
We shall watch the action taken on this
vital question with anxiety, and trust dis
cu,sion will not be delayed (as was the
cmc last session) until the railroad cormo
of the session, and compel its extension be
yon 1 the legitimate nim ty days.
And this mention of railroads recalls un
p -asant reminiscences. We hear the
_bn of the lobby bus whetted his claws,
and is ready to spring from his lair and
p unce upon this Legislature as he did up
on the last.
"From such a calamity angels and minis
ters of grace defend us ;" hut wo fear the
inquiry supposed to be addressed to an old
timo speaker in another place, will lie sadly
apropos in our Maison Can-el on Capitol
"I hear a lion in the lobby roar,
Say! Mr. Speaker, shall wa bar Hie door,
And keep him out 1 or shall wn let liim in :
Xai labor then to turn him otu again ;"
We hope the door will be shut, and the
lion kept out; for we recall vividly to mind
in his too long delayed effort to turn the
gates, when he became so demonstrative
of all he surveyed on the lloor, as well as in
THE ERIE lAV.iI, IS CLOSED— THE
HOUR. OP tittl.KfSS ARE OFt.NEI).
The telegram which curtly announces
the closing of the great Erie canal, because
of the ice, suggests at once the moat pmr
can be adduced in favor of Virginia's I 'enlral
Water line; and -will forcibly and appro
priately second the favorable uud deeply in
teresting report, soon to be placed before
the Congress of the Ported States by the
accomplished Engineer, who has been re
cently engaged in making a careful and
critical examination of its practicability,
We imagine that but few of our readers
have paused to consider what immonse in
terests become involved by the long ami
annual blockade of this Northern trans
portation line, and we have often wonderSU -
why such an array cf facts and figures as a I
consideration of tho subject brings to light,
a ould not, long ago, have produced their \
legit mate effect, and cause! the rapidly
growing and powerful West to compel the j
completion of tho short,. ,--, safer, and i
cheaper route, presented them ii the James
River and Kanawha canal. Every sagacious
and thoughtful man realizes how iiu'.y, in
foe', in this prwtnt age, that commerco
wields the sceptic of .-.„■.-, n ignty, and its
miniates compel obodienoe from Prince, !
Potentate, antl Natii v .
An examination oi our own legis'ation I
in Uie past few >e,iis, clearly demoi str tes
h° • I dly « : ovemment
• i'"- - ni>. .I trie wis- !
doni, as well as the necessity, of encourag
hand hits scattered munificent endowments.
Antl yet, because of the unfortunate politi
cal position of this State, because of the
want of energetic and practical men, and
because of the failure of its leaders and
representative men to act wisely and bra-e
---ly in the exigency, this work of a, national
importance, paramount to alt others, lan
guishes like a consumptive patient, and
"draws its slow length wearily along," and
the granaries of that marvellous region on
I 'unset side of the Mississippi river
beneath the weight of golden har
amiually poured into them by the
tnd of Ceres—imploring still an out
market, relieving the necessities of a
and enriching alike the producer, the
r and the receiver,
propose in a short time to call the
ion of our readers to somo statistics
ig.upon this question, which are al
startling and incredible in their
nts and force, and even though it may
a waste of time, and become bud
's labor lost," we yet say to those
ive in Virginia, and who love the good
(ate, that the subject deserves their
leration and demands their action.
-s„~Jf URN ITURE.
V MANUFACTURING ~oT
BY STEAMERS, '%l
itifuleets of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and
ng-Room FURNITURE. I also keep on hand
ssortment of the cheapest
iks, T-VLU, Bbbstrads,
.vers and Pii.i.osys,
Lorxußs, Sofas, Cribs,
Cradlbs, Trcrt'lr Bbdbtra—e
I loifier than can be bought elsewhere.
tods carefully packed for shipping.
AHKr.ooms—Governor and Franklin street*.
We have now on hard a large and superior
CHAMBER, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM
made by the most experienced workmen, of aea
We invite all in need of first-rises
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES
to examine our stock before buying. We canno
be nndersold in the State.
HARWOOD A RITTER,
se B—3m Governor slreet. Richmond Va
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
Owing to the lateness of the season, and ou
very large stock of winter goods (all of thia sea
son's manufacture,) we wIU from thia date offer
our large and varied assortment of
BUSINESS SUITS, and
for men's and boys' wear, at a
VERY MATERIAL REDUCTION IN PRICES,
which will also apply to our complete
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
in fin lushing department.
1007 Main street, opposite post-office.
fpHE IMPROVED HOWE
IS TO-DAr THE LATKRT AND MOST sI.iPKKS
in the world, having the ori-inal LOCK-STITCH
and ti greater range of work, doing both very fine
and very coarse work perfectly with lltle trouble
to the operator. Has attachments for
In fact, until you have seen the HOWE, you
I have no idea what a really modern Sewing-
I Mitehino will do.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Ita sales Indicate It;
Durability and Popularity ;
Its Work confirms It.
127,833 SOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACI/IVE SOLD SO MANY.'
We neither force nor crowd sales.
The Machine must stand upon its own merits.
Call and examine it.
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED.
MADAME DEMOREST'S CELEBRATED
PATTERNS for ladies' and children's clothing
an-l f.utl,.men's undergarment*.
SHAFFER A STRONG,
mh 10—d&wts 913 Mala street.
COAL AND WOOD.
A\ r,lv MIT SAVE FIFTY CENTS TO OWE
? T DOLLAR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS when
urn.-s are so very hard I Everybody must have
llrr, i'jr winter oomea on rapid and fierce, while
ire selling coal of all kinds at from fifty
..-ii.- to one dollar twenty-fire cents cheaper
than any aatabUabmeat in the city.
WOtil), both OAK and PINE, cheap aa the
e-Mtpest. Call or send to Cary and Nineteenth,
or to Grace street, No. 70-:, and be convinced
CHAS. H. PAGE k CO.
Oonst-nlly on hand
THE BEST OAK AND PINE WOOD,
LONG, SAWED AND KINDLING WOOD.
BITUMINOTS COAL AND COKE,
it very lowest prices, at YARD, corner of Main
md Seventh Streets.
J. R. F. BURROUGHS.
_T H. HARVEY,
AX. AUGUSTA, MAINE,
Manufacturer of all descriptions of
Ml.-RkS 1 , C.JSTRAi TORS' ARD STORH-OCTTRBa'
HAMMERS AND TOOLS,
lu_h, Hand, Hedge, Face and Pean Hummers
HULLS, HALF-ROUNDS, WEDGES, Ac,
from the best brands of English Cast-Steel.
Rep uring done on reasonable terms. Satlsfac
ion g>, irantc-d.
All orders by mall or otherwise promptly at
-_r Send for Price List. se 27—w3m
IiME s-r 111 JOI'RNAL la .., eac.lleat ad* I
L vertlslngniedlnm. Try it and -.-..
TJtTEEIILY STATE JOURNAL.
I ' "
I A reliable family newspaper,
AND THE MECHANIC ARTS,
j AT A PRICE WITHIN REACH OF ALL.
THE CHEAPEST AND THE BEST.
SPECIMEN OOPIES SENT FREE.
VALUABLE PRIZES TO PERSONS SEND
| PAPER SENT FREE FOR BALANCE OF l«i71
TO ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
LOOK AT OUR LOW CLUB RATES AND
LIST OF SPLENDID PRIZES:
TERMS-Invariably lv Advance t
i One copy six months |o To
1 One copy one year J M
| Five copies one year (with one copy tree to
I pet-on sending the club) Ie 26
I Ten copies ona year (with ono copy of Swat-
Wrurly free to person sending the club... 10 00
Persona competing for the prises, will not be
j allowed the extra copy afier the first club, but
I can remit at the lowest rates, <*1 each,) and an
. allowed to add to their club one or mora name.,
[ aa fis.it aa they are obtained, and arc not rc-trictc—
( te any one postofflco or county.
I In addition to the inducements offered by tlie
j above liberal Club rates, we will present to the
; person sending us THE LARGEST LIST OF
I SUBSCRIBERS before the first of June, 1672,
A CELEBRATED WHEELER A WILSON
NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING-MACHINE,
I which can be seen at the Wbrrlrr A Wilsox
| Aormct or Mbsjrs. Ral-wat A 11n.1., No. 1001
j M_i« Strrrt, BICH-O.TD.
a nnmber of OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES,
I consisting of
j THT. CELEBRATED PIXIE PLOW (2-hors
! manufactured hv Mr. P. H. Starkb, Rtcnxo
j VALUABLE BOOKS, FRUIT TREES, Ac. _
to be awarded March IStli, 187..
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Will contain a fulthfnl resume of the Newa
the Week from all parts of the world ; full a
j acenrate reports of the Richmond and Bttltim
Markets; well digested Editorials upon all
current matters of Interest, Political, Finauc
I Commercial, Agricultural and general topi
aelections from the leading journals of thia co
try, local and State news, Ac. This paper wl
maintain the principles of The National Rep
j llcan Party, and strenuously advocate nil m
I aures to advance the public good. Bellevtni
POPULAR EDUCATION to be the great wan
of our State and Country, we shall give largi
•pace to its advocacy. We shall devote a largi
portion of our columns to the subjects of Agri
cultural, Horticultural and Mining interests, giv
lug Interesting articles on these subjects from abl<
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
We announce to-day A PREMIUM LIST F(
| 1872, which offers to tlie friends of the Sta
Jocrxal an opportunity to serve themselves a
J uld to extend the circulation of
A FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER.
The Journal I. now favorably known all ov
. the Stale, and it will be much easier to ra n
clube for ll now, than herctof'sre.
j AS A FAMILY k AGRICULTURAL PAPFJ
! the Wrrkly Stath Joirxbl will be found rep
i clally valuable. No pains will be spared lokeep
Any person who chooses, may collect a Hat
subscribers, large or small, unil receive th
It is only necessary to exhibit copies of t
paper, explain Its value, and forward the utim
and money. The money should always be se
by DR-rT or obdbr ; but If that can
not be done, by rhoistbrrd LBrrRR, the money
be placed in the envelope, which Is to be seal
iiipresence of the postmaster
The terms (EUUAL TO ANY IN THE WHOL
SOUTH) upon which we offer the Joc-ral, brin
It within reach of the poorest. There are man
; young persons, engaged _> teaching and othe
callings which give leisure, nnd who would
quite certain to raise a club for us In a week
they really set themselves at It. We now offe
as our first prize, a splendid
No. 2 WHEELER k WILSON SEWING
MACHINE, WORTH SSSO.
This splendid machine will be awarded to th
person who sends va the largest number of sn c
scrlbers before the Ist of June, 1572. Our secon
prize is an
ORDER FOR FRUIT TREES
I the well-knuwu Vernondale Nurseries o
ey Gillingham, who has a splendid a.sort
,f fruit trees, grape vines and shrubbery
varieties, especially adapted to Yirgini
■der is worth FIFTY DOLLARS, and wi
the holder to that amount of trees, ■
.rices. This prize we offer to the second
st sent us before the 15th of March, in
,r spring planting,
third prize is of the same kind as lhe second
FORTY DOLLARS, and will be given to
Mm sending the third best hst.
ddiiioiKil prizes, we offer a WEBTER'S
ON ARY, unabridged, worth *12; a two-
DIXIE PLOW; set of best Agricultural
worlh »lo; Fowler and Wells' puhlica-
New Music of Peters „ Co., worth tlO:
Is of valuable miscellaneous books, worth
h ; also, oiders for nnrserv stock, worth
lars each. One of the above prizes will
rded to each club of llfiy, and prizes of
f the value, in our discretion, to each club
ty. Each comnetlior may indicate the
fhich he prefers, ami it will be awarded
first who has so expressed prcii-rence.
state what prize you aim at. This will
vent you taking any smaller prizo should
1 to secure the higher.
r club of five will he entitled to an extra
the Wubki.y, Canvassers along lhe lines
ailroad will find it to tlieir interest to in
lso the Daily, and Sbmi-Wbkkly, espa
in their list. Every subscriber lor the
bbki.v will lount as two for the Wrbxlt,
the Daily In same proportion,
r club rates, two cents a week supplies
h a first-class paper. Newsdealers and
rill find It for their interest to keep our
WEEKLY and SEMI-WEEKLY lor .ale.
ill be furnished at favorable rates.
L parties raising clubs by enabling Uiem
lome Inducements to each subscriber, we
:h club ol ten subscribers or more we will
send a sufficient number of OR APE CUTTINGS
of the new and Iwst varltles io furnish each mem
ber TWO DOZEN VINES. With tli.se cutting-.
we will send directions for rooting.
To each club of fifty or more we will send TWO
ROOTED VINES each, and also CUTTINGS as
above. These will be sent I'or diMribuiion to the
dab. These YIN lis and CUTTING S will be from
our own grounds where we have over one lmndrt
varietii's on trial, including all new and choice
kinds, win. I, we v, ill be glad to aid in dislribuiing
over the Slate among our read.-r* and others If
any prefer ae-io—aol cEo—ie apple*! cherriea, pear.,
Ac. We will sul>:siiiiue ~r add them to tin
grapes, if infuinmi in time. We believe that
next to a gs--0,l n,-v. rpauer, a isouutlful enpplv ol
good trull lur old and .1 oting Is the ben gin of
Remittances should Is. mnsle by money orders
or registered letters, and addressed to
Bcßu r and Manager Stale Journal, Richmond.
p-ARCY PAUIZZ. Pre.ld.at.
SAM'L B. PAUI Secretary.
ASSETS OVER 5.00,000
FIREMEN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY
0» BAR RKARCISCO, CAL.
iipltal (gold) xaoo.ooo
urplns (gold) 29y,6.iY ,
Total assets (gold) tlo9.mil
FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS in Virginia i
Registered nnd United States Bonds deposited I
with the Treasurer of Virginin for security ol i
New Tort Board of Reference— David Down, Geo.
Ipdyke, A. A. Low, H. B. Claflin, W. T. Cole
man, John Wlnslow, James Lees.
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT THE i
LOWEST CURRENT RATES.
The undersigned, representatives of the above
rst-class liberal and prompt paying companies, I
respectfully solicit the patronage of those de«i- I
THOS. M. ALFRIEND A^ON,
Life, Fire and Marine Insurance Agents,
se 23—d.swAwSm Office No. w>2 Main st.
>A< IFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO, j
Capital, (Gold) »i 000 000 I
leposited with Treasurer of Virginia,
(U.S. bonds) 50,000
Deposited with Comptroller of New
Stockholders individually liable under State I
Bw, adding »20,u00,000 additional security to the
This favorite Company Insures all kinds of pro- I
lerty and merchandise against loss or damage by J
Ir. and the peril, of the sea, on the most favora
The Company makes PROMPT payment of I
hicago losses, and reinstates its capital to ONE ,
MILLION DOLLARS IN HOLD.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE k CO.,
QC2B—lw Agents, 1108 Main atreet.
C 5 —
T2^ l i,F En - SONS WISHING FIRE INSU
ANCE-THE RICHMOND BANKING- AND
NSURANCE COMPANY offer inducements nn
urpassed by any safe company, to Insure against !
oss by lire of all kinds of property.
They ask of their friends and the public to give I
hem a call before Insuring elsewhere.
Consult your own Interest and insure with ns
_ T. B. STARKE, General Agent.
FJ. B. President.
Jobs F. C. Potts, Secretary. oc 29—diwly I
/"IITIZESS' IZUI-BAM-- COMPANY I
(Incorporated April, 1856.)
Ne. M 0 Broadway, New York.
t Cash Capital S-00,000 00 j
Insures Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise and !
Farm Property against loss or damage by fire. j
This company will not lose mor.' than Twenty- !
! five Thousand Dollars by the Chicago fire
JAMES M. McLEAN, Pres t.
j Eoward A. Waltor, Secy.
R. T. BROOKE, Aobrt,
I oc IB—tf No. 1014 Main street, Richmond, Va
I UMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE INS O-UHC-I
NO. 139 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
OK.HILTON SCRIBNER, President.
SIDNEY W. CROFUT, Secretary.
This company Is purely mutual. All policies
I incontestable for usual causes. No restrictions
upon travel or residence.
POLICIES ABSOLUTELY NON-FORFEITA
AU policies absolutely Incontestable after two
Good, reliable, and efficient AGENTS are
I wanted for every section of the State. A proflt
, able position is open to all those who can furnish
I satisfactory references and are willing to work.
Apply at the branch office of the Company,
NO. 913 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
I _ C. A. LOWBER, Manager.
Medical Examiner, Dr. A. S. McRAE.
TDOYAL FIRE INSURANCE
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CapitjL, »10,«K),0OC, Gold.
Deposited with Treasurer Bf Virginia, $."0,01)0 j
In United States bonds.
Shareholders personally liishi.. for (he obllga- '
, tions of the company.
Being appointed agents of the above staunch !
i old company, we solicit the patronage of the [
' public upon Ita unquestionable security, prompt
: and liberal settlement of all claims., and heavy :
Merchandise, buildings, and personal property
: Insured on the most liberal terms.
1 Losses paid aa soon aa adjust-- without dis- ,
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE k CO.,
! no 7—lm Agents, No. 1108 Main street.
THE GERM OF LIFE.
I A GENTS, NOTICE!
J PREPARATION OP MEAT JUIOBI j
Under Letters-Patent granted to Mann S. Valen- !
tine, of Richmond, Va., by The Kingdom ot
Great Britain and Ireland, the channel
Islands, and the Isle of Man, France, Bel
gium, and the United States of America, for !
PREPARATION OF MEAT JUICE,
which he terms
Or, NUTRITIVE PRINCIPLE '■ j
| I shall, as Mr. Valentine's agent, take charge
I of and give my exclusive attention to the
i production of THE PREPARATION OF
. MEAT JUICE. With present and increos
j ing facilities, I shall be enahled to supply the
I trade here aud elss-where in quantity, and on
| satisfactory terms.
Wholesale orders directed to mo will r.vei\ c ]
promptattention. Atretail the MEAT JUICE
may beob'alnedof all the principal druggist.. '
IRA W. BLUNT, Aoert
VALENTINE'S GERM OF LIFE,
j No. 4, South Tenth st., between Main and Cary, I
A CAR-Tfoß THE LADIES,"
111 consequence of misrepresentations of ear
tain Interested but.unscrupulous persons, we—eg
leave to remind the
I.ACIRS Or RICBKOR
tIiat Uie agency for
ia atill at the
orricE or thr
HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
Ne. 833 Main Street.
THE LATEST STYLES JUST RECE (TED. j
oc ~— dAwts J. F. McKENNEY.Agent. j
A LL NIGHT HOUSE .'
NO. CIS, NINTH STREET, NEAR BROAD, j
is proprietor of the
ONLY ALL NIGHT HOUSE IN RICHMOND. ]
Gentlemen can be supplied with OYSTERS In I
every style, and with choice WINES, LIOUORS, 1
oc 11—am HI NINTH STREET. j
T»t STATE JOURNAL la an excellent _ I
: Fastened and Arf.lu.ted with Bucklea, thus doing
away with all Ligatures, Buttsna and
Button-Holra, Hooka and Plna.
Ia the only article thu* combined, fastened and
adjusted, for this puipose in ihe market. All im
itations are Infringements ou the patent granted
August 28th, 1808, and will be .so treated by Mrs
This article needs no rt commendation, for it re
commends itself to nery lady who sees it, being the
most simple, easily adjusted, and perfect for its use
ever introduced into the market.
All physiclana recommend ita nse, and one
whose name is known and respected on both aides
of the ocean, buys and gives away large numbers
of them to tils patients, declaring that most var
| icosa veins, weak and cripplad limbs can be traced
directly to the Btopplng of the circulation iv tha
lower limbs, (and consequently In the whole sys
tem.) caused by the old ligature or garter.
Being made entirely of elastic It never strings
or wrinkles like cloth, but Is as flat and smooth
after wearing for mont lis as when first used, and
yielda with every motion, thus giving entire ease
to the wearer.
THE PROTECTOR ALONE IS WORTH THE
PRICE OF THE WHOLE ARTICLE
It Is unnecessary to remove the atockinga from
the suspender except to change, and It is really
less trouble than the old fashioned elastic. It
keeps the stocking perfectly smooth without tear
ing it, and does not injure the limb. Care should
be taken that the whole article Is large enough
not to reel uncomfortable.
All orders er Inquiries should be addressed to
03 Clarendon street, Boston, Mass.
an 18— __**
j 3,000 En.rav.n-s. I'M 0 Panes Quarts. Price \_m
! p i.An to add my testimony in its favor.
Itt [Pres't Walker of Harvard.
! t? T HRY scholar knows its value.
£l [W. H. Prescott, the Historian.
IJlhi naoet complete Dictionary of the Language.
1 [Dr. Dick, of Scotland.
Bbiß beet guide of students of our languare.
I [John G. Whittier.
j lis will transmit his name to latest posterity.
li [Chancellor Kent.
! Pttmolooical parts surpasses anything by ear
fj ller laborers. [George Bancroft.
I Drahiro relation to language princlpia does to
D philosophy. [Elihu Burrltt.
j Bxcrls all others in defining scientific terms,
tll [President Hitchcock.
iOo far as I know, best defining Dictionary.
iJ [Horace Mann.
. ITUhii it altogether, the surpassing work.
1 [Smart, tho English Ortbceplat.
A necessity for every intelligent family, stu
dent, teacher and professional man. What Li
brary Is complete without the best English Dic
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AED -ORE BXTBRSIVE
PRINTERS' FXTINISHTNG WAREHOUSE I
.South of Philadephia, Is the establishment of
H. L. PELOUZE A CO.,
The Richmond Dispatch says:
"Richmond Tyfr Focrory.—The new dress in
which the Dispatch has appeared for soma week
was fr.rntshod by Messrs. H. L. Phloczi A Co.,
proprietors of the Richmond Type Foundry.
We have been using thoir type for eight or ten
years, nnd have found them equal in durability
and style of finish to the best foundries in this
country and England. Thoir price, are uniform i
with all the other foundries."
The Richmond Wltig says:
"Thbßicb„ord Tyfr Focsdry.—We have been
guilty of an inadvertence In falling to mention I
that the beautiful suit of type in which the Whig
now appears was manufactured for us at the
Richmond Type Foundry. This is the third out
fit we have obttilus-d from that establishment— !
one before nnd two since the war—and we are
prepared to bear emphatic testimony t» the fldel- I
us with which the proprietors (Messrs. H. L.
Pelouze A Co.) execute their contracts, to the I
beauty and durability of their work, and to the !
fairness of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says ;
The handsome typographical appearance of
this paper has been noticed and complimented by
thepreasalloverthecountry. We take pleasure in
suiting that our outfit was procured; from the
Richmond Type Foundry, Messrs. H. L. Pelon-s
[ A Co..proprietors. je lo—deod&wftm
T> EMOVAL TO NEW BANKING ROOMS,
NO. 10 NORTH TENTH STREET,
Between Mala and Bank Streets.
j NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AN» ,
j CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, MARCH, 18eo. j
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS mad.
dafly (excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P.
M., and on Saturday Evenings from 4 to 8 o'clock.
INTEREST at the rate of six per cent per an
unm declared and compounded in March, July and
November, on all sums of FIVE (6) DOLLARS
I Deposits received of FIVE CENTS and up-
Prircipal Orric« 101 W. Fiftr St, Circirrati, O.
THE ONLY RELIABLE
GIFT DISTRIBUTION IN THE COUNTRY I
L. D. Sirs'. EioHrtßXTn
GRAND ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION,
To as Drawr Morday, Jaroahy 18T, 1872.
8900,000 IN VALUABLE GIFTS I
TWO GRAND CAPITAL PRIZES!
$10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD I
$10,000 IN AMERICAN SILVER !
FIVE PRIZES OF »1,000, TEN PRIZES OF $.100,
Each ir Grrbrbacrs.
One Span of Matched Horses, with Family
Carriage and Silver-Mounted Harness,
Five Horses and Bnggles, with Silver-Mounted
Harness, worth $000 each.
Five Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
;_5 Family Sewing-Machines, worth $600 each. ;
2,300 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches [
(in all) worth from 120 to $300 each.
Ladies' Gold Leontine and Gents' Gold Vest ,
Chains, Solid and Double-Plated Silver Table
and Teaspoons, Photograph Albums,
Jewelry, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Ntf_BßßorGirTs2-,,000| Tickets limited lo 100,000
! Agents wanted to sell tickets, to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets, $2; Six Tickets, $10; Twelve Tick- I
els, $20; Twenty-five, $40.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de- i
scription of the manner of drawing, and other
Information In reference to the Distribution, will
be sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
mnst be addressed to
L. D. SINE, Box 86,
Orn, R, Cincinnati, O,
101 W. Fifth street. no 13—W1D26 j
_____ BTOGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
(WITH DRY FILLIRII,)
Awarded the Prize Medali at World's Fair
London, World's Fair, New York,
Exposition Unlverselle, Paris.
FARREL, HERRING _ CO.,
No. 807 (formerly 029) Chestnut slreet, PhlU
607 CBRSTscr Strrbt, Plula.
HERRING, FARHEL k SHERMAN, N. Y. i
HERRING k CO., Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL k CO., Nsiw Orleans.
The Mammoth Safe purchased by the Fidelity
Safe Deposit Company was made by
FARREL, HERRING k Co.
More than 30,000 Herring's Safes have l*een
and are now in use, aud over
SIX HUNDRED '
have passed through accidental fires, preserving I
their contents in some instances where many
others failed. . J
Second-hand Safes, of our own and other
makes, having been received in part pay for the *
Improved Herring's Patent Champion, for sale
at low prices. no 20—ly »
MACIONERY, RAILROADS, MANUFACTU
RERS' AND ENGINEERS SUPPLIES,
TENTH ST., BETWEEN MAIN AND GARY,
STEAM ENGINES of improved construction,
for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern bnlld.
Railroad, Machine, Car and Carpenter Shops
Planing Mills, Sash, Blind, Door, Cabinet-ware!
Chair, Bedstead, Wooden-ware, Agricultural
Machine, Handle, Spoke, Slave, Carriage Wood,
Cotton and Woolen Factories, Cotton Gins
Farmers, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco Fac
tories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring, Corn and Paper
Mills, Mines, Ac. kc; Forged and Rolled Iron
Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Belt
ing, Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist
Drills, Steam Gauges, Saw Gauges, Saw Cum
mers Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, Pack
ing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Handles, Tur
bine Water-Wheels, Ac, Ac
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
HOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A quan
tity of the same on hand to be sold low such as
Engines Boilers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood
Working, Mochlucry, Ac.
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Mills
.nil M. n „r... M i— n l .11 !...— i. , ... .
We make all kinds of NEW WORK in the MA
CHINISTS; line. REPAIR ALL KINDS OF
Vt OKK. We go In the country to do all sorts ol
work Ui our line; also make the best TOBACCO
MILLS In the world, and keep them on hand, _a
well as TOBACCO SCREWS of all kimls to
gether with Bauds and Billets, and all art'irle*
for the MANUFAOTUREOF TO HA CI '<1
We keep on hand and for sale all sizes ol new
and second hand
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Power
Pumps, Platform Scales, Shafting, Hang
era, Pulleys, Gear and Bevel
And In fact a general assortment of all USEFUL
ARTICLES, in our line, together with
•nSSON'S PATENT STEAM-ENGINE GOV
ERNOR, UTICA COS STEAM GAUGES,
Selden's Patent Engine Packing, Pelt Valves
Globe \ alves, Tallow Cocks, Self-Oiling
Clips for both engines and Shaft
ing, Flue Cleaners, Oil Cans,
Water Ganges, Ac,
All of which we sell at REASONABLE PRICES
and on ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
N. B—We receive on consignment all kinds ol
MACHINERY, both new nnd second-hand, t '~;n.
and see ns. SLOAT k ADDINGTON
NO. Hl4 MAIN STREET
IONEER k COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Keeps on hand, for sale to the trade or families
at private sale, a large atock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ic.
AU of which will be sold at auction price*
Wholesale and retail.
AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
Th. Virginia Nursery and Win* c.mp-ny
Proprietors or then- widely-known Nurserie)
hare removed their office to Columbian Block
ll 'orn Exchange) Room No. 2, second floor cor
ncr Thirteenth and Car}' streets.
The stock for the Fall trade is unusually line
In rite and well-grnwn, embracing a full assort
ment of APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLltm
('IIF.RRY and other FRTTIT TREES, ns well a.
small FRUITS, GRAPE-VINES, ASPARA
GrUS, together with
ORNAMENTAL TREES, EVFJiGItf-SNS,
For catalogues and Information, caU at oflice o<
addrews JOHN M. ALLAN,
General Agent, No. 2 Columbian Block,
se 16—d.sw_w3m Richmond, Va
riVHE MOUNT VERNON NUKSERIES !
ON THE ORIGINAL
TVASBI/faTON hRTAT B.
CHOICE APPLE TREEB,
Besides a good supply of
PEACHES, PEARS, CHERRIES,
GRAPE VINES, BLACKBERRIES
Hedge Plants, Deciduous Ornamental Trees,
Weeping or Drooping Trees,
Evergreens, Shrubs, Roots, Ac, Sue.
RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, sni
ANTS constantly on hand and for sale it
mall or large quantities.
oc 12—wilm Accotlnk. Va.
VRARXI.IR DAVIa. SA«'L C. _*-T.
I ROOK TURNPIKE, IU MILES FROM CITY
FRANKLIN DAVIS _ CO. Proprietor!
Two Hundred Arrea in Nurseries.
SOO.tXio APPLE TREES.
E OO,OOO PEACH TREES.
80,000 PEAR TREES.
00,000 PLUM, CHERRY, NECTARINE,
APRICOT, and QUINCE TREES.
000,000 GRAPE VINES, CURRANT, GOOSE
BERRY, RASPBERRY, BLACKBER
RY and STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
60,000 ASPARAGUS and RHUBARB.
,000,1)00 OSAGE ORANGE, for hedging.
This stock Is remarkably thrifty and well
grown ; the selection of varieties has been mad.
with great care, and comprises those best adapt
ed to this latitude for general cuitl va tion, also va.
rletles suited to particular localities, and for spe
Corresjiondenco desired with those who con
template planting orchards, and to those whe
wish to plant largely, great inducements will be
offered. All persons Interested in Fruit Culture
are respectfully invited to visit the Nurseries.
Descriptive catalogues furnish,d on applica
tion, se 21—d,sw-w3m
r\ o. aftiMMM,
MUNSON HILL NURSERIES,
FiLLS CHUBCH, FAIRFAX OOtIRTT, VIROIRIA.
tS 0 N BILL NURSBBIBS.
A largo stock of first-class
UIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
PPLE TREES, (IS per 100 ; $120 per 1,000.
PEACH, $10 per 100; $80 per 1,000.
TANDARD PEAR, $40 per 100; SO cents each.
WARF PEAR, tan per 100; 35 cents each.
CHERRY, $20 per 100 ; SO cents each.
LUM, APRICOT, QUINCE,
MALL FRUITS, kc.
Send tor catalogue, and address
D. O. MUNSON,
Falls Church, Fairfax county, Va.
ft ROCERIES—FAMILY AND~ FANC?]
In store nnd receiving dally—
COFFEES -Mocha, Laguayra, Java and Rio.
TEAS —Green, Black, Japan, ke.
NEW ORLEANS SYRUPS and MOLASSES.
WHISKEY—Choice at *3 per gallon ; Bourbon,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
CHAMPAGNE, SHERRY, PORT, MADEIRA,
PORTER AND ALES.
BRANDY PEACHES aud PICKLES.
CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES.
A. foil assortment of
_. T. BALMER k OO'-'S?' *
QC93—lm 814 Main street.
*.[_.*» -AOKti! NLVV PRICES |
The undersigned takes great pleasure la pnb
lislnnir the fact to the public that he has opened
on the corner of Hull and Seventh slreeta,
March i.sTim, Vs.,
and offers for sale fresh and first-class goods, at
a less price than usual. Call and examine goods
and pricesbefore going elsewhere to bny.
T H. SHIELDS,
X. (LatrofCiuhdi.er, Mortor k S-iblm.i
Marshnll Ball, Corner Tenth and Bank Street*.
Practice, in the United Statea Courts.
Particular attention given to cases arising un
der the United Stales Revenue Laws, and Hank
ru ri cy "
Attorneys outside of the city can have their
BanlOTipt cases here attended to promptly, and
C ? re 11 ' I ° 9 '< ea after, by corresponding with me,
thereby saving them lhe expense of visiting the
CK y- oc 23—ts
jite. w. j«k«ir». __ ,_ sforaAM
JENKINS se POPHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING},
Cor. Tirth ard Birr Strrrt, Rich-crd, Va,
Will practice la the Courts of the State and the
L nited Stale, and before the Court of Claims and
Departments at Washington. Special attention
given to cases arising under the Revenue and
Bankruptcy laws of the Uniled Statea.
Congress having recently passed a bill provid
ing for ihe appointment of a COMMISSION for
the examination and adjustment of the claims of
LO.AL CITIZENS of the South, for stores or
supplies taken or furnished during the rebellion
for the use of th. army, including the use and
loss of vessels and boats while employed in the
military service of the United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
should have prompt attention, we respectfully
offer our service in the prosecution of the same
before ihe Commission, on the most liberal terms
according to the amount involved and the char
acter of the claim. For full particulars address
JENKINS k POPHAM,
Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va
We refer by permission to Jno. B. Davis Pres
ident Planters' National Bank and Riciimon-
Bonking and Insurance Company, Hichmond
Davenport k Co., Slock Brokers and General
Agenu, do.; Lancaster k Co., Bankers, do.; Hon.
s_Jfi Ellyson do.; C. K. Bingham.
President First National Bank. Lynchburg" Hon
J F. Lewis U. S. Senator, Washington, D. C :
Hon Jas H. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles H. Porter
do.; Hon. W. H. H. stowell, do.
r P H. BROOKE
ATTORNE-" AT LAW,
and Queen, and the United IXtt-t
Richmond. Office at Miford Depot. Caroline
county Virginia. ' waruun »
In all business requiring counsel, and In all
"h** 8 ' WT™- '-'HANDLER A
with h_i iUcnnignd ' Va., will be associated
Address Central Point, or MUford lienor, f_.ro.
line connty, Virginia