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recommending their friends as proper 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 ; thcu, wo may be count ed upon to do our best for his election. We make this explanation to satisfy those whose articles we refuso to publish. , . 4ssn The Democratic politicians of Tennes see begin to realize the necessity of putting an end to Ku-Kluxism, and in one of the districts havo resolved to organize them selves into a posse comitalus, to bo ready at the call of the United States marshal or sheriff, to arrest and bring to justice any persons violating tho provisions of the Ku-Klus act in Tennessee, and binding themselves to pursue with the "hue and cry" the offender beyond the confines of the district. They also offer a standing reward of $100 for the arrest and convic tion of every offender in the civil district, and request the Democrats of other coun ties to organize similar clubs under these resolutions. This action, though perhaps having no higher motive than partisan success, is in every way commendable, and it is to be hoped that its influent* may be generally felt. When Dr. Livingstone gets home from —we do not exactly know where—it is "25 days' journey south of Ujiji"—ho will find, we are told, not less thau seventeen decorations, orders of uobility, knighthood, 4c., awaiting him—tho honors awarded by various European governments to this plucky and benevolent man. Whatover lie may be authorized to wear on the out side of his coat, ho will carry a stout heart within it worth all the ribands, red, white, or blue, and all the jewels of whatover water in the world. Dr. Livingstone's geographical discoveries are brilliant enough to blind most of us to the moral purpose of enterprises having lor their main object the elevation of savage races. —_ ~, The good Mr. Emerson has met with something in California which has made him mildly dubious of one branch at least of his own philosophy. To a friend who hoped that he was not disappointed by tho Yo-Bemite Valley, he replied: "No, no ; it is the only thing that quite comes up to the brag.' Mr. Emerson, we believe, was once theoretically of tho opinion that a man would not find anything abroad which he might not have found at home, although practically Mr. E. has beeu given twhat the old lady in Dickens' novel sd "meandering." But the Yo-Semite, are obliged to believe, is beautiful ugh to disturb any mi.d, stay-at-homo jlusions—is one of the few localities in world worth the trouble of a journey to look upon. - . — The loading members of the Paris Com mune do not appear to have been above using their late opportunities for getting money. The snug sum of a million and a half of francs is said to have been found upon the person of ono Communal officer, while upon tho corpse of a Minister money to the amount of 409,000 francs was dis covered. Doubtless many of tho leaders hoped, after filling their purses, to go into comfortable exile somewhere beyond the, reach of the government arm, but they have found that arm more potent and piti less than they imagined, and instead of escaping to live at ease, they die ignomini ously, leaving their plunder to testify against them. -——— —» A writer in the Boston Advertiser makes a suggestion which is worthy of consideration. It is that each city and large town, either by a payment once for all, or by an annual appropriation, should ertablißh scholarships in our colleges free to one or more of its most deserving pupils. Tbe expense would bo small, but the plan would have a quickening influ ence upon the entire body of pupils in any municipality. Scores of meritorious young men might in this way obtain liberal edu cation, which otherwise they will be unable to acquire. The present year promises to be one of unusual activity in the insect world. The locust in the Nortb, the Hessian fly in Southern wheat fields, the chinch-bug in the far West, and the poisonous potato bug almost all over the country, will do immense damage. Tbeir appearance in such unwonted numbers is supposed to be due to the greater heat of last year, and the deficient rainfall, which was scarcely more than of the average all over the world. , te. A mass meeting, under the auspices of the Irish Democratic Union, has been ' held in the Cooper Institute, New York, "to repudiate the action of tho adminis •tration io confirming tho treaty of the Joint High Commission." Anthony A. Griffin presided, and after a few remarks, Introduced General W. G. Halpine. Reso. lotions were passed denouncing the treaty io almost every provision. The chief feature of complaint was that no rodress had been obtained front I'.tigluiid's outrage in imprisoning American Fenians. The non-Episcopal Methodist Confer ence, which has just closed its session at | Pittsburg, refused by a very decided vote to authorize the ordination of women to the ministry. J The Universalis! -oetrlow are BUtkiog great progress in Scotland. A Reliable Family Newspaper, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, BCIBNCB, LITERATURE, AGRICUL TURE, AND THE MECHANIC ARTS, AT A PRICE WITHIN REACH OF ALL. The Cheapest and lliellt'st 1 TERMS. Look at onr Low Club llmri. Single copy six months '° I Single copy ono year .*. SI 50 Five copies ono year 625 I Ten copies ono year 10 00 I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. *3r*Auy persou procuring ten or more subscribers I will beintitlod to receive a copy of tho paper for one year gratis ; or, if they desire It, may retain ten j per ceut. of the amou t of the subscription, as re uneratlon for their trouhl . In addition to thejnducemeuts offered by Ihe 1 uve liberal Club rates, we will present to the per- I on sending us THE LARGEST LIST OF SUBSORI ERS before the first of November next, one of SINGER'S FINK SEWING MACHINES, omplete. This machine baa been purchased, and I can ba seen at the Singer Agency of Messrs Shaffer 1 Strong, No 913 Mi.in Htreet, Richmond. COMPETE FOR THIS SPLENDID PRIZE. THB WKKKI.T JOl'R-Ab Will contain a faithful rosume of the News of the Week from all parts of the world; full and accurate eports of the Richmond and Baltimore Markets; well digested Editorials upon all tbo current mailers f interest, Political, Financial, Commercial, Agrl ultural and general topics; soloctions from the railing Journals of the country, local and State news, Ac. This paper will maintain the principles of The National Republican Party, and strenuously gall measures to advance the public good. S POPULAR EDUCATION to be the great our Stato and Country, we shall give large its advocacy. We shall devote a large por ur columns to the subjects of Agricultural, turn] and Mining interests, giving Inlerest los on these subjects from able contributors. Remittances should bo made by money orders or registered letters, and addressed to EDWARD DANIELS, Editor and Manager State Journal, Richmond. . --■ sill* Auv-tt'riss:i"-!>'i'«' P J. BAYERS,' DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, FRANKLIN, PA, luys and sells improved and unimproved lands any where iv the United States. 17/FERCUANT'S G-ARGr-iING- Oil. IS GOOD FOR urns and Scalds, Rheumatism, Chilblains, Hemorrhoids or Piles, pralns ami Bruisoß, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hands, Caked Breasts, Flesh Wounds, Flshula, Mint:", Frost Bites, Spavins. Sweeney, External Poisons, Scratches, or Greas, Sand Cracks, Strloghnlt, Wlndgalls, Galls of All Kiuds, Foundered Feet, Sitfast, Ringbone, Cracked Heels, Poll Evil, Foot Rot in Sheep, Bites of A nimals and In- Roup In Poultry, sects, Lame Back, _c, Ac, Toothache, Ac.-., LARGE SIZE,SI; MEDIUM, 50c; SMALL, 25. The Gargling Oil bas beeu in uso as a Liniment for thirty-eight years. All wo oak Is a lair trial, but be sure and follow directions. Ask your nearest druggist or dealer iv patent medicines, for one of our Almanacs and Vade Me cums, and read what tho people say about tbo Oil. Tho Garbling Oil is for sale by all respectable deal ers throughout the United Slates and other coun tries. Our testimonials date from 1833 to the present, and are unsolicited. Uso tho Gargling Oil, and toll your neighbors what It lias done. We deal fair and liberal with all, and defy contra diction. Writo for an almanac or cook book. MANUFACTURED AT LOCKPORT, N. V., . MERCHANT'S G ARO LING OIL" COMPANY, JOHN HODGB, Secy. TjiRAGRANT BAPOLIENE Cleans Kid Gloves and all kinds of Cloths and Cloth ing ; removes Paint, Grease, Tar, Ac., instantly, with out the least Injury to the finest fabric. Sold by f Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. FRAGRANT SAPOLIENE CO., 33 Barclay street, New York, 46 La Salle street. Chicago. /IHEAP ADVERTISING.—Wo will insert an ad- Vy vertlsomont in EIGHT HUNDRED Araeiicnn IBPAPBRB lor SIX DOLLARS PER LINE per One line one week will cost Six Dollars, Two will cost Twelve Dollars, and Ten lines will cost dollars. Send for a Printed List. Addreßs P. ROWELL k CO., Advertising Agents, No. 41 Row, Now York. BNTS, RBAD THIS I i WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF $30 PER X and Expenses, or allow a large commission I our new and wonderful inventions. Address AI)N HII k CO., Marshall, Michigan. d||l f\ A DAY FOR ALL with Stencil Tools. Ad tJplU dress A. E. GRAHAM, Springfield, Vt. at ijor A MONTH. Horse and Carriage fur- XDOZ.J nished. Expenses paid.' H.SHAW, Al fred. Me. A MILLION DOLLARS. Shrewd but quiet men can make a fortun3 by re vealing the secret of tbe business to no one. Address ALBERT WHITE, 688 Broadway, New York. JW. VANAMEB, M. D., successfully treats all • classes of Chronic and Acute Diseases. Send stamp for circular containing particulars and testi monials. Addiess Box 5128, Now York. Je3—4w I WOOD AND COAL. poAi a » b wooi). SUMMER PRICES.: Constantly BEST OAK AND PINE WOOL", LONG, SAWED and KINDLING WOOD, ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS COAL and COKE, at very lowest prices, ut YARD, corner Main and Seventh streets, ap 26—3 m .1. R. F. BURROUGHS. A MERICAN" HOTEL, CORNER OK MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS, RICHMOND, VA. $2 50*' BKDAY - $2 50 rERI H This new and attro;tivo HOTEL Is vow open for i the accommodation oi tho travelling public. Its location gives itpecullar advantages. Situated on Main street, near the Post-office, Custom-House, all of the Banks, Telegraph Offices, and most of the wholesale and retail houses of the city. The houso Is new and newly furnished, and its ex perienced proprietor promises that it shall bo first class In all of its arrangements. The TABLE Bhall have full advantage of this and other markets, tbe BAR supplied with CHOICB LI QUORS, and the wiuo cellar with tho most select brands. Tbe LIV BUY attached will supply the finest teams at all times. NOKVBLL COBB, my 2 —w.lin Proprietor. |>UY YOUR MOULDING STAIR WORK, Anil everything iv the domain of WOOD TRIM MINGS for BUILDINGS, of 1. A. UANOB, »7tt Third Aye., cor. Twenty-seventh St., Now York They lire the Best and Cheapest lv market. my 27—DAWSm ______ OOMBTHINQ EXTRA NICE. Just receive:!, a magnificent lot ol I'APKR, OAKM AND BNVELOPBi, lor W-DHING and VISITING PURPOSED—Ier ea- I Mvtef t" any tiling vow offered lv the olty—whit nwe I piOjKiee l» work up In our usual unequalled style, — , HPKOIAI. NOTICKB. rp H I " P A I If" Kit L ■ »." .1 « Travellers are always liable tj sudden attacks of Dysentery and Cholera Morbus, and thow ocourring wheu a'isent front home, are very unpleasant. The 1 PAIN KILLER may always be relied upon in such I r cases. As soon aa you feel the symptoms, take one j toaspoonful in a gill of new milk and molasses and a gill ef hot water, stir well together and drink hot. i Repeat the dose every hour until rolioved. II the c i pains be severe, bathe tho bowels and back with tbo i ! medicine i lour. ' F In cases of Asthma and Pythislc, take a teaspoon- I fill in a gill of hot water sweetened well with mo- l lassos ; also hathe the throat and stomach faithfully v-lth il'" un,li' inn clear. ) Dr. Sweet says It takes out tho soreness in ca*es of i bonesettlng faster than anything he ever applied. | FlHhermen, so often exposed lo hurts liy having j their Bkin pierced witb books, and Una of fish, can be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer as soon as the accident occurs ; in this way tbe anguish Is soon abated ; buthe as often as once in five minutes, say three or four timos, and you will seldom have any trouble. The bites and scratches of dogs and cats are soon cured by bathing with tho Pain Killer clear. See printed directions, whichVaccompany each bottle. Price MS eta,, 50 eta. and •1.00 per bottle Sold by all Druggists. mvl (1-V, ltll HEW ADVBRTISBHKSTS. 8 O'CLOCK. niyU-lw WATOH $30 a day sure, no hum bug. Address with stamp, LATTA A CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. my 15—4w A GENTS, MALE AND FEMALE. For fast selling popular subscription Hooks. EX TRA INDUCEMENTS TO AGENTS. Information froe. Address AM. BOOK CO., 62 ■William street, New York. my 16—4w (# •• rv FROM 50 CENTS. 12 Samples sent (postago paid) tor 50 cents that " rethil roadily for $10. R. L. WOLCOTT, m - i(j_4 w 181 Chatham Sq. N. -. muv.A.Mil'r.ir&n A. H. STEPHENS Great History of tbe War. Complete in one volume, j (for circulars, with terms and a full description j s work. Addreßß National Publishing Co., Phila iiii, Pa., Atlanta, Ga., or St. Louis, Mo. j Icripture and Science have met together. ienesis and Geology have kissed each other. SCIENCE AND THB UIBI.K BOOK OF THRILLING INTEREST AND greatest Importance to every human being. The Papers, Pnlpits and People are all discussing the subject and baok, every man, woman and child wants to read it. The long fierce war ia ended, and honor able pease secured. Science la true, the Bible literal, pure and beautiful, both now satisfied, and firm friends, God's work days, six actual days, not long periods. This book gives the very cream of science, making ita thrilling realities, beauties, wonders and sparkling gems a hundred fold more Interesting thau fiction. AGENTS WANTED. Experienced Agents will drop other books and secure territory immedi ately. AddreßS for circular ZIEGLER A MoOCRDY, 16 S. Sixth St., Philadelphia, Pa. my 16—tw T7IRBB TO BOOK AGENTS. A Pocket Prospectus of tho beat Illustrated Fami ly Bible, published in both English and German, containing Bible History, I ictlonary, Analysis, Har mony and History of Religious. Sent frco on appli cation. W.FLINT* CO., mj l&—4w 26 South 7th St, Phlhv, Pa. O EDUCTION OF PRICES to conform to REDUCTION OP DUTIESi GREAT SAVING TO CONSUMERS BY GETTING UP CLUBS. »»- Send for our New Price List, and a Club form will accompany it, containing full directious—mak- I ing a large saving to consumers and remunerative 1 to club organizers. THE GREAT AMERICAN TBA CO., 31 and 33 Veßey street, my 16—4w New York, Postofflce Box 6643. •JURUBEBA- It Is a sure and perfect remedy for all diseases of the L| ver and Spleen, Enlargement or Obstruction of In- | testlnes, Unlary, Uterine, or Abdominal Organs, Poverty or a want of Blood, Intermittent or Remittent Fevers, Inflammation of tha Liver, Dropsy, Sluggish Circulation of tho Blood, Abscesses, Tumors, Jaundice, Scrofula, Dyspep sia, Ague k Fever or their Concomitants. Dr. Wells having become aware of the extraordinary medical properties of the South American Plant, called JVRVB-BA, sent a special commission to that conntry to procure It In its native purity, and having found Its wonder ful curative properties to even exceed tho anticipa tions lormed by ita groat reputation, has concluded to offer it to the public, and is happy to state tbat he haa perfected arrangements for a regular monthly supply of this wonderful Plant. He has spent much time experimenting and investigating as to the most J efficient preparation from it, for popular use, and has for some tlmo nsod in his own practice with most happy results the effectual medicino presented to the public aa l>i Wells' Extract of Jurubeba, and he confidently recommende it to every family as a household remedy which should be freely taktn as a BLOOD PURIFIER in all deiangementa ol the system and to animate and fortify all weak and Lymphatic temperaments. JOHN tl KBLLOUG, Piatt St, New York, Bole Agent for the United Stabs Price One Dollar per battle. Send for Circular, my 15—4w rp A. BRANDER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 1324, Corner Caat and Viruisia STRixTa, Offers to tho public THE AMERICAN SUBMERGED DOUIII.E-ACTING,I NON-FREEZING FOIi.CE PUMP, THE SIMPLEST AND MOST POWERFUL IN USH It has proved to be the CHEAPEST, MOST EFF RO TIVE, DURABLE and RELIABLE PUMP. Nrl only for .Family use, but also for Florists, Faotorlii Breweries, Distilleries, Ships, -('. Besides theaboir mentioned advantages over the usual style of Pntug, It Is particularly recommended by Insurance Cos paniaa, on account of its effectiveness In EXTIN GUISHING FIRE. The Smallest Pump will tl.ifw 60 to 70 feet throngh a hose. It Is the CHEAPEST—iU cost being less by rJe third than any Force Pump of the same capaoiy, and it never gets out of order. Perfectly eiufie, and any child can work It. It Is now on exhibition at my store, where 11c are invited to see it work. / Any Commission Merchant receiving ordef 90S this Pump will be allowed a liberal discount. I Every PUMP is WARRANTED. I No. U-4, corner Gary and Virglnli stj»_. | PKOFKSSIOIIAL OARDI, Jao. w. jasmins, n*. a. roraaa JENKINS _ POPHAM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING, Coaiiaa Tinth and Base Struts, Richmond, Va., Will' fprect.ee in the Courts of the State and th United Statea, and before the Conrt ot Clalma and Departments at Washington. Special attention giv en to cases arising under tho Revenue and Bank ruptcy laws ol the United Btates. mh 16-d-wtf Congress having recently passed a bill providing for the appointment ot a COMMISSION for the ex amination and adjustment of the claims of LOYAL CD 17.EN8 of the South, for stores or supplies taken or furnished during tbe rebellion for tbe use of the 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 descrip tion which should have prompt attention, we re spectfully offer our services in the prosecution of the same before the Commission, on the most 1 literal terms, according to the amount Involved and tbe character of tbo claim. For full particnlars address JENKINS k POPHAM, Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va. We refer by permission to Jno. B. Davis, Prealden Planters' National Bank and Richmond Banking and Insurance Company, Richmond; Davonport - Co., Stock Brokers and General Agonts, do.; Lancaster k Co., Bankers, do ; Hon.H. K. Ellison, ex-Mayor, de.; 0. K. Bingham, President First National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon. J. F. Lewis, U. 8. Senator, Wash ington, D. C; Hon. Jas. U. Piatt, do.; Hon. Oharlea 11. Porter, do.; Hon. W. 11. H. Stowell, do. apl—d-wtf rp" B. BROOKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices In tbe Courts of Caroline. Essex, King and Queen, and the Uuited Statoa Coarta at Richmond. Office at Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. 1 will attend to coses before the Oourt of Claims and the Departments at Waahington. Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. . Ja 2—lf T AMBLER SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW AUD COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY, ' For all courts of city of Rlohmond and county llr.ni-l' Omoi No. 1810 Ross St., aug 18—tf RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. -AVINU- BANKS. BBfIOVAL TO NBW BANKING ROOMS, No. 10 North Ten llt Street. Between Main and Bank Streets. NATIONAL FREEDMAN'B SAVINGS AND TRU COMPANY CHARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, 168 a. DBPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made .:* (excepting holidays) from 0 A. M. to 4 P. M . and on Saturday Evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock. INTBRBST at tho rate of six per cent per annum declared and compounded tn March, July and No vember, on all sums of -TYB (6) DOLLARS and up warda. DBPOBITB ? wived of FIVB CENTS and Howards. fIHABT.BS BPBNOBR, HllltTlt I I.TI It,VI. T BCKENBY _ LAIRdTfLORISTS, j GRACE STREET GARDEN, Richmond, Va., I offer to the public a large collection of choice BED DING PLANTS, ROSES, FLOWER SEEDS, *c. By prompt attention and moderate prices we hope j to merit a liberal continuance of public patronage. MOUNT VK.RNON NUB-SBY. < C. BILLING II AM A CO. UPON THE WASH-KOTO* -STATE. 80,000 APPLE TREES, embracing most of tbe Southern varietios. AIBO, & general assortment of PL'ACII, PEAR, and other FRUIT TREES, SHADE TREES, SMALL FRUITS, 30,(100 OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS, -0, -0. Will be sold WHOLESALE and RETAIL as LOW aa can be bod elsewhere. WARRANTED TRUE TO NAUR. TJICHMOND NURSERIES. it, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, I FRANKLIN DAVIS * CO., Proprietors. We offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest collection of FRUIT TREES, YIN EH. 4o , ever grown in the Southern States, consisting in part of 8,000,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie ties of fruits adapted especially to the 1,000,000 VINES, consisting of every variety of small 4_s- Send for catalogues, enclosing postage stampa oo IS—Sin BILLIARD TEMPLES. Vi EDFORD k IVES' (late of the Spotswood Hotel.) BILLIARD TEMPLE, CORNER OF MAIN AND ELEVENTH STRBETB, FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. nihß—Sm BOOKS AND STATION-SHY. 1 J-N.IAMIN BATES, OOKBELLBR AND STATIONER, 1003 MAIN STREET, mh 10—tf RICHMOND. VA. I t a ill K GREAT FIRE IN RICHMOND. II Klt II 191 li' S SAFBIS IN THE SPOTSWOOD. $23,1300 IN CURRENCY, I and the Books, Papers, Silver and Valuables of tbe Spotswood Hotel and tbe Adams' and Southern Express Companlos are SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFBS. Orrioa or Adams's. Express Company,') No. 69 Broadway, > Niw York, Dec. 31,1870. ) Messrs. llerrino, Farrel _ Sherman : Our Agent I at Richmond writes: "We got through to-night 1 drying and fixing up the money from the late fire. I The contents of the safe—s23,6oo in bills—we recor [ ered. It was a Horring Safe, and a good ono, certain. , Yours truly, MISSHS. H.'IRKISO, FAHHEI. _ SHERMAN, NtW YoBK I —Gents: The two safes of your manufacture, which we had in use on the morning of the 26th I Instant, at tbe disastrous fire which destroyed the j Spotswood Hotel and adjoining block of buildings, nave given full satisfaction, and served to prevent the destruction of some $20,000 In currency, besides the valuable papers and books enclosed therein. It wub impossible for workmen to excavate the Safe until nearly 80 hours after the fire. Respectfully, J. F. Gibson, Ass't Snp't for Adams k Southern Ex. Cos. Richmond, Va., Dec. 28,1870. LETTER FROM J. M. SUBLETT 4 CO., Proprietor* of the Spotswood, J Richmond, Va., Doc. 29,1870. Mi sax. Herring, Fasril k Sherman—Gints: On the morning of the 25th Instant, wo were fortunate enough to have ono of your Herring's Patent Cham pion safes, which fell luto the cellar among a burn ing mass of ruins. After the fire, lo our utmost sur prise, we found the coi.teats, consisting of valuable papers, money and some silverware, all In good order. Had It not been for your Herring's Safe we would have lost overytbiuii. J. M. Sbblett k 00. - HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES, Tbe most reliable Protection from Fire now known. HERRING'S NEW PATENT CHAMPION BANKERB' SAFE, Tbe best Protection againat Burglars' Tooli extant. HERRING, FARREL A SHERMAN, 251 Broadway, corner Murray »t., N. Y. FARREL, HERRING _ CO., Philadelphia. HERRING _ CO., Chicago. HERRING, EARREL A SHERMAN, I r.tt-Sm New Orleans. I SMALL, FARMS FOR SALE. / IHARMINO COUNTRY BIATB 808 SALB, AT OUNSTON HALL, ON THB POTOMAC. BEAUTIFULLY LOCATBD. TWENTY MILEB BELOW WASHINGTON, AND FOUR MILBB FBOM MT. VBRNON. FACILITIES FOR BOATING, SHOOTING, FISHING, AND ON BUNMYBIBE BAY. HNB WATBR, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS. HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY, UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND IRUCK. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUNDRED NORTHERN FAMILIES NBAR. BOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUNDRBD STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES, AND | RAILROAD IN REAR. ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL. I TITLES CLEAR AND UN DISPUTABLE. We want one hundred (lrstclass families, indus trious, temperate aud enterprising. No questions asked about religion or politics. Yon can raise every variety of Fruit, Grass and Facilities for dairying excellent. Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained near the promises. Direct and rapid shipment of all produots North by rail or water. No one need foar excessive heat or cool nights ; for fresh breezes come np the buy and temper the atmosphere. To peraons of intellectual tastes, tbe near vicinity of the National Capital Is of Inestimable value. It is near enough to Waahington to allow one to de busi ness there and be home at, night; or, in winter te resido In the city and have the luxuries of a farm borne. We urge our Northorn friends not to go West, nor far Into the South to live in tbo wilderness, till they have seen our beautiful region of the Upper Potomac. Come and see us here In Virginia. Hore you will j find trne hearts ready to welcotuo you. Society or ganized with Churches, Schools, Horticultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries ot fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here you wilt find the cheapest land on this contiuent, and which Is sure to Increase rapidly in value. Northern men of means are coming in rapidly. Lands from $20 to ?2f> por acre, of excellent quali ty to Improve, can be bought ou long time. Farms can be routed by those who.wish to stay a whUe to try tbo climate. Address •'■TATE JOURNAL." OFFICE!, OB BECK, KNOX _ EIRBY, Roal Estate Agents, ap 12—tf Alexandria, Va. , ■ . . , '■- CLOTHING. 1871. SPRING. lg7l> NOW ON BALK DEVLINS't ti Street, opposite Post-OlHce, LL.THE LATE [STYLES umxIXEMEN'S CLOTHING FU R M ISH 1N G GOODS, MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR. The celebrated AMBRIOAN YOKE SHIRT MADE TO ORDER ALL THB NEW STYLE LINENS, FANCY FRENCH CAMBRICS, CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS mh 18—3 m DYB HOUSE. / \N I.V J'IMII A WHOLE SUIT CLEANED AND PRK-8-D, GOOD AS NBW, For ,%* 50 I A T KING 'ff "PREMIUM ESTABLISHMENT, 730 MAIN STREET, Between Seveutb and Eighth, (UP BMIBS.) »p2tllii OOUTHKRN STEAMjDYB HOUSE. A NEW FRENCH DYE HOUSE as been opened in this city, where Ladies and Gen tlemen can b-vo their . GARMENTS, OF BVERY DESCRIPTION. DYED AND CLEANED, and delivered in twenty-four hours notice D. H. BLABOOW, French Dyer, fe 81—ly 311 Broad Street, near Third. MUSIC, *«, VI-SIU! MUBIOI MUSIC JOHN MARSH, No. 018 Maim Btb_it, No longer of the firm of Harsh k Pollock, la now prepared te aerve.his friends and the pmbllo gene- I SHEET MUSIO AND MUSICAL MBRI-HANDISB every description I respectfully solicit a call at my ne in establish ment. JOHN MARSH, oo I_—l> 818 Mali, St., bat. Ninth i md Tenth MACHIHBRV, *«. |f~_7T>_YT<>iS Dealer In MACHINERY, KAILROAD, MANUFACTCR-RS AND ENGINEERS'SUPPLIER TENTH ITRR-T, BETWEBH MAIN AND OAR) RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, STEAM ENGINES of improved construction, loi all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build. MACIIINEUY FUR . Railroad, Machine, Car and Carpenter Shops, Plan ing Mills, Bash, Blind, Door, Cabinet warn, Chair, Bed stead, Woodenware. Agricultural, Machine, Handle Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton and Woole Factories, Cotton Gins, Farmers, Foundries, Rollin Mills, Tobacco Faotorles, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring Corn and Paper Mills, Mines, Ac, Ac; Forged ant Rolled Iron. Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Belting I-nco Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist Drill Steam Gauges, Saw Gnmiuers, Steam and Water Pip and Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Handles, Turbine Water-Wheels, Ac. Ac. SECOND HAND MACHINERY' and BTKAM BOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A quantity of the aame on hand to be sold low, snch as Knglnt-s Boilers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood Working, Machinery, Ac. rand Estimates of Machinery for Mills an torles of all kinds. mh I—dAwly COOK. JOHN Vlt.lß FIRM. ;PH<KMIX FO-NDH-. Eighth Street, between Main an Franklin, Richmond, Va. WM. B. COOK *. CO, With improved facilities and with a determination to please In prices and style of work, we respectful y tfiom the people of Richmond, Virginia, and tl tn generally, a fair share of patronage, c mannfacturo IRON FRONTS, iinltttis, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and Cellar ra, Gratings, Window Guards, Awning Framos, Inthlan Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win dow Cups, Ornamental Brackets for Balconies, Shelv ing, Ac, Ventilators for Brick and Wood Cornice, Gaa and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods lor Gas and Water, Traps for Culverts and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all kinds of IRON WORK for build ings generally. We aIBO manufacture together with Iho above work PLOW CASTINGS, and would respectfully solicit tho patronage of merchants and farmers. All work guaranteed, and oaders filled with dispatch, no 16—6 m IrH-DICAL. rpHE BRIDAL CHAMBER. Essays for Young Men, on great SOCIAL EVILS and ABCSKS, which interfere with MAR RIAGE—with sure mesas of relief for the erring and unfortunate, diseased arid debilitated. Sent free of charge, in BOaled envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 S Ninth street, Philadelphia, BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not a tiling of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and put luoii.'y In the pockets of the proprietor. It has stood the tost of time. Having been in the market over thirty years, its very name will recall to many who are now the respected heads of families, tbe halcyon days of their youth, with all its joys and Borrows; it is still the samo ; intallable In Its opera tion ; a specific remedy for youthful Indiscretion and folly; a true friend. It Is for sale by all drug gists. Price, tl per bottle. de 14—ly VOiA TUB LADIES. MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD, Can be suro of obtaining a COMPLETE FIT for any garment by buying BUTTBRICK'S PATTERNS. We can give you a PATTERN for auy garment of any size for a comparatively trilling sum, and guar antee a FIT in all cases. Call and sco us at the ollice of tho HOWE SEW ING MACHINE, 823 Main street. my I—il*w6m J. F. McKENNEY. SKIVING- MACHINES. A TTF.NTION, BEWINO MACHINE MEN :— J\. Since we all claim tirst premiums, suppose we publish our letters Irom the SKCRETAKY OF STATE, and let tho people see what we really did get. Here Is ours : Department of State, 1 Washington, May 9, 1868. j To Ellas Howe, Jr., New York : Sir— The Department has received ONE GOLD MEFAL, ONE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, ONE DIPLOMA, and ONE CERTIFICATE, awarded yon by the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, which will be delivered to yourself our your agent, aa yon may direct. I am, sir, your ob't servant,. ! Wm. H. Siwarb. J. F. McKENNEY, 823 Main Street, agent for the HOWE. __ my 30 rpHE IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE, THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. Ita Salea Indicate it; Durability and Popularitj prove it; its Work confirms it. 137, 533 SOLO LAST YEAR. NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY. We neither force nor crowd sales. The ach must stand upon Its merits. Call and examlnelt | Sewing Machines REPAIRED. EDUCATIONAL.. TTIGHER EDUCATION. HELLMUTH COLLEGE. Board and Tuition per annum ...$226. HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE, Inaugurated by H. R. 11. Prince Arthur. Board and Tuition per annum, $226. Pbisiuent—The Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, D. D., Dean of Huron. »*r For particlllam, apply to Major Evans, Lor don, Canada West. se 10—dAwly TN ONE YEAR THB CHUISTIAN UNION Has .'esped to a circulation surpassed by only one Religions Journal In the United States, and that one over twenty-two years old. WHY IS IT? BICAU-E, First, HENRY WARD -HECHEII Ii Its Editor, and the Editorials, Star Papers, and Lecture-Room Talks are welcomed by thousands and thousands of Christians everywhere. The Contribu tors are Representative Men oi all Denominations. -CAUSE, Secondly, xteon pages, large quarto, Stitched and Cat, is so convenient for reading, binding und preservation. BOAUBE, Thirdly, is called by the entire Press of the couutry "the rlghtest and Most Interesting Religious Paper pub- BCACSE, Fourthly, t has something for every member of the house lold—father, mothor, boys and girls, young men and oung womon, all find somiithing of lutsroat. ECACSE, Fifthly, MARSHALL'S OUBKHOLD ENGRAVING OF WASHINGTON, superb $.', Steel Engraving, a world renowned work art, is presented to every new subscriber to tha ■CAUSE, Sixthly, A New and Charming Serial, MY WIFE AND I; Oa, HARRY HENDERSON'S HISTORY, liy Harriet Beecher Stowe, is running iv the Christian Union—a story of to day, which is one of the most vivid aud interesting works that over came from her pen. And to all subscribers for the year 1871, the story is sent FREE from its coinmencoiuei.t, November 12th, 1870, up to date ol subscription. BECAUSE, Seventhly, :» The Subscription Price is ONLY THREE DOLLARS, For which are givea the Picture above named, the story from ita commencement, and the Christian Union for a year. Many are miking very handsome pay, In cosh and premiums, canvasßing for this popular Paper and celebrated Picture. Send for Circular! Sample copiea free. J, B. KURD k CO., Publishers. is A I.X Or Till! KFF-CM OF THE FARMER" i> BANK OF VIRGINIA. _-_____» In obedience to a decree of the Circuit Conrt of tbe I United States for tbe D'Striotof Virginia, tbe under signed wilt, on the 22d DAY OF JUNI NEXT, be inning at 10 o'clock A W, at the Court-Hoc « I door of wid court, in the Custom -Homo building. In the city ol Richmond, make Bale, for caah, of all tin efTertiof the Fatmorn' Bank of Virginia, consisting of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DM i CRKES, unit whatsoever else thore be. Creditors of the Bank, whose claims h.ve been al lowed, are, under said decrie, ontltled to set off at par tbclr claims against any purchases of said effect, they may make. A descrlptivo list of said effects may be Been at the office of David J. Saunders, on Eleventh street, be tween Main and Bank, in Richmond, whicb tbe pub lie are Invited to call and examine. This list will b_ prlnted fur circulation, and will be ready as soon ai it can be prepared. i DAVID J. SAUNDERS, Receiver ap 15—lawtds Farmers' Bank of Virginia. OALE OF THE EFFECTS OF THE BANK OF O VIRGINIA. Iv obedience to a decree of the Circtut Court of tho United States for the District of Virginia, the un dersigned will, on the 20th DAY OF JUNE NEXT, beginning at IU o'clock A. M., at the Court-House door of said Court, in the Cns-ota-Houso building, in the city of Richmond, make sale, for cash, of all tho EFFECTS of the BANK OF VIRGINIA, consisting of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DX GREES, and whatsoever else there be. Creditors of the Bank, whose claims have beon ai lowed, are, under said deciee, entitled to set off at par tbeir claims against any purchases of Baid effect* they may make. A dweriptivo list of said effects maybe peon at tho coun ting-house of B.C. Tardy, oneof the undersigned, on Seventeenth and Dock streets, or at tbe oflice oj _>. J. Saunders, on Eleventh street, between Main and Bank, in Richmond, which tbe public are In vlted to call and examine This list will be printed for circulation, and it will-bo advertised when ready DAVID J. SAUNDKRB, S. C. TARDY, Receivers Bank of Visffinln March 24th, 1871. mh 24-lawtds AMSmi.EE SAbE«, A SSIGNEE'B I VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC In obedience to an order of tbe United States i> ■ . j trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, iv io matter of II A Vaughan, bankrnpt, the undei gned will, ON THE 23n DAY OF JUNB, 1871. commencing at 11 o'clock A M, in front of the door of tbe Court-House of said court, in the Custom- House building in the city of Richmond, Va , hi 11 at pnblio auction, ibe following valuable real estate, viz: ACRES of LAND in tbo county of Lunen burg, ana about 1U mites from Meherrtn Depot, on the R and D ral'tib_d. Tbo improvements in tb,» way of buildings upon this land are handsome, com modious and nearly new. Thin laud will be Bold vi a whole, or iv lota to suit purchasers, fr<e from lion or encumbrance except the contingent dower right. A plat ol this land will be exhibited on day of -ale. TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance In six aud twelvo months, equal ins'alments, purchaser giving bonds, with security, and title to bo retained anti I the whole of the purchase money is paid. ja6—2aw3w P A FORBES, Assignee. A SSIGNEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC TION. Iv obedience to an order of the Uuited State. Dis trict Court for th_ Eastern District oi Virginia, in the matter of Allen A Harwell, bankrupt, the under signed will, ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, 1871, Rcing at 11 o'clo-k A M, in frontof the door Jourt House of said court, in the Custom - uildiug in tho city of Richmond, Va, aell ai Miction, th*) following valuable real estate, % ACKKS in tho county of Lunenburg, ad juining the lands of E Newccmb and others. Tlii. _and has upon it a comfortable .dwelling and all ne cessary outhouses. TERMS— Oue-fourth cash; balance in six acJ twelvo months, equal instalments, purchaser ki vi■. ■ bonds, with security, aud title to be retained until the whole of tho purchase money in paid. P A FORBES, W M DAVIDSON, jeO—2aw3w Assignor. A SSIGNES'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC TION. In obedinco to an order of tbe Unitod States Dis trict Court for the Eiißtern District of Virginia, in the matter of Wm Wilkinson, bankrnpt, tho under signed will, ON THE 23D DAY OF JUNE, 1871, commencing ut 11 o'clock A M, In front of th* door of Tim Court-House of said court, lv the Custom- House building in the city of Richmond, Va., sell ai public auction, 6t2 ACRKS of L4ND iv the county of Lunenburg. Tho dower having been assigned tU widow by tha county court of Lunonbnrg, this land will be sold ab follows: Two thirds fn value of said tract will be sold free from all liens, the remaining one-third will be sold subject to tbe life estate of Mrs. Wilkinson. TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance in six aud twelve months, equ_l instalments, purchaser giving bonds, with security, and title to bo retained until tbe whole of thu purchase money Is paid jeft— 2aw3w P A FORBES, Assign.*. SALE~OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC TION. Tn obtdience to an order of the United States Dm trict Court for the Eaatern District of Virginia, in tho matter cf-41 E Shore, bankrupt, the undersigned will, ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, 1871, commencing at 11 o'clock AM, in front of the dour of the Court-House of said court, in the Custom House building in tho city of Richmond, Va,, tell at public auction, the r-.iid bankrupt's undivided into rtst In 1,058 ACRES of LAND In the county of Not to way ; baid interest being equal to one-third value of said tract subject to the encumbrance of the lif. estato of Mrs M A Shore, mother of said bankrupt. TERMS—One-fourth cash; ba'ance in six aad twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser givinu bonds, with security, t-.wl title to be retained until the whole of the purchase money is paid. Jeo-2awßw P A FORBES, Aiaigwe. A BSIGNEE'S SALE J\. OP M TABLE LOTS AT CAPPAHOOSIC, IN THB COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, viitue of an order of W. W. Forbes, E*q., Re& lu Bankruptcy, I shall, as assignee of Joshua rrett, bankrupt, soli at public auction, at Glou - Court House, on MONDAY, THE 3d DAY OF JULY, 1871, commencing atl2 o'clock M.,a1l tho RIGHT, TITLE and INTEREST of the aaid bankrupt in ihreo lot. at Cappahoo.ic, in tho county of Gloucester, l< from all Huns and encumbrances. The first ot these ' lots, which contain two (2) acres, front upon the* main road leading to the wharf, aud Is particular!) desirable for a building lot. Tbe two other lots, i containing respectively eight and tun acres, front upon and run back to public lanes, and are very de sirable tv persons engaged in market gardening, TERMS—One-fourth cash ; tho balance on six aud twelve montliß time Purchaser to give bonds, with ample personal security, lor the deferred payments, with interest thereon, from the day of sale ; titlo tv ba retained by the assignee until the whole of th purchase money sball have been paid. P. A. FORBES, Assignee of Jo.hua L.Garrett, Bankrupt. my 27—2aw3w "k BSIGNEE'S SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY. By virtue of an order of the UnUed Stat as District Court, for the district of Virginia, bearing data Hitb Slay, 1871, in the case of Pen vi man A Uro. agaln-i William Pannill, in bankiuptcy. I will, as tha as signee of said Pannill, Bell at public auction, on THURSDAY, THK 15th JUNE, 1»-1, ut Cbristianeburg, all the right, title, claim and in ten .a of said Paunill in and to a valuable DWELL ING and STORE-HOUSE an I LOT, in Chrlstianburg Is property is one of the most desirable standn store or hotel in town, being situated on tho r of tbe public square and street loading to the re is a good kitchen, ice houae and btable ou it, all enclosed by a good plank fence. IMS OF SALE—One-third cash ; and the bat on a credit of six and twelve months, the pur r giving bond with ample security for the do payments ; also to pay taxes for the year 1871 itle will be retained until all tbe purchase vis paid. Possession given on day of sale, istiansburg, V* , May 19,1871. _,_-2_w3w 0- H. (i.VRi)NEK, A.hl-ti.M .SIGNEE'S SALE OF TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-tfIVK ACRES OF I LAND IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, Va., AT AUCTION, accordance with a decree of tho District Couil i* United States, sigued by the Hon. John C. Uu ood. District Judge, pronounced on tha 22d M«j I shall sell io trout of the door of the Ou*tou> House, in tbe City of Richmond, ON SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF JULY, 1871 Two hundred and forty-five acres of valuable Laud In the County of Essex, within four miles of the Kaf pahaunock River. Thu Land is well wooded and wa tered—the neighborhood au cxc Hunt one. aud tin- Land productive. TERM?— One third cash; balance in six and twelve months, witb neg-tiaMe Botes, interest added, tit*** retained until the whole of the purchase uunoy "