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The Daily state journal. [volume] (Alexandria, Va.) 1868-1874, June 07, 1871, Image 2

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tive months seems rather to have assumed
new phases than actually to have abated, j
Miarule iv Paris has not had its fling, and I
anything like a stable government is
scarcely to be expected in a hurry: . Things
must bo allowed to settle down. Order
has to be restored, and however painful it
must be, it is to be feared that this can
scarcely be done without making an exam
ple, as is tho European fashion, of a large
number of the Communists. The Phila
delphia Press thinks iheir great mistake
has been the belief, so long prevailing
among Frenchmen, that Paris is France.
Hence the desire to concentrate all author
ity there by establishing a vast system of
centralization. Communism, whoso lead
ing principle is tbat he who pos
sesses property must necessarily be
a robber, aod that all men—good and
bad, industrious and idle—should share
and Bhare alike, is strongly antagonistic to I
republicanism, whose principle is full pro- I
tection of the rights of property, whether
it be earned or inherited, and tho enforce
ment of the laws which do so protect it.—
There is an impression, the truth of which
time must determine, that the Commune
has organizations in almost every country
in Europe; that the Communists in Paris
were reinforced by several thousand of a"
like confederation in England, and that
the wilful destruction of capitals, seaports
and groit marts of commerce and manu
factures, was set down in the programme,
though only that part of it which involved
incendiary performances in Paris was all
that could be perpetrated. As Republi
canism is protective, and not destructive,
it is a raititakc, or worse on the part of tbo
British press, to declare, ns it has done,
when endeavoring "to pointa moral" from
the abominable crimes in Paris, "Such i s
the result of trying to establish a French
Republic." It was precisely because the
republic was merely voted in Paris, without
being properly established, that Commu
nism was able to intervene and perpetrate
tbe worst of crimes in the sacred name of
liberty.
There is a discussiou now as to the re
admission of members of the Orleans
family into France. It is said, "Admit
them, and with what show of justice can
you refuse also to admit the elder branch of
the Bourbon dynasty, which calls himself
Henri V., or even the men and women of
the Bonaparte family ?" We would Bay,
admit them all, and do not render auy
parson or persons important by showing
that you fear them. The gentleman who
declares that he is a descendant of St.
Louis would scarcely rally three-score Le
gitimists around him, if he nailed his
white handkerchief upon tho handle of a
besom and desired them to salute it as
the Oriflamme of France. Two of the
Orleans family have been elected mem
bers of the National Assembly, but have
not been allowed to sit in that body—
they are more powerful owi! than in
the Assembly, and if there be any sche
ming for raising them to power, it will
be more dangerous if the public come to
look on them as martyrs, In Spain a
wiser policy is pursued. There the Duke
de Montpensier, also an Orleans prince,
who has been a competitor for the Crown,
has been elected a member of the Cottes,
and has been allowed to take his seat—in
which, so far, he has distinguished himself
only by exhibiting bis brilliant talent for
never opening his lips. If the National
Assembly of France were to resolve that
no man should be prevented from setting
foot on her soil, is it likely that any of the
Bonaparte family would quit his or her
present asylum and run the risk of ill
treatment from the populace ?
Exclusion does not answer. In 1649
the English Parliament cut off the head of
Charles 1., and decreed that, on penalty of
death, no member of his family Bhould
ever return to England. In 1660 all tho
Stuarts were recalled, and their dynasty
might have reigned in England to this day
had James 11. not been worse than a fool.
In 1814 a law was voted by the French
Chamber of Deputies rendering it a public
offence for any Bonaparte to return to
France; but, in 1848, this law was re
scinded, and Bonaparte's nephew ruled
France for twenty-two years after. When
ever the chance arrives the exiles return.
M. Thiers is understood to have express
ed a wish that for one or even for two
years there should not be any settled or
ganization of a government in France.
This means that he shall continue in his
present office of President pro tern. There
are some obstacles. M. Thiers, in his sev- I
tan-fifth year, cannot reasonably expect to
live through the two years in question ; he
may die at any time, at his advanced age,
aad that event would probably cause some
thing like a'disputed succession. Nor is
it likely that .Vance, which must desire
peace at home as well as abroad, can wait
fjr a year or two, with au undermined fu
ture in the remote vista. It is impossible
to predict what even a few weeks may
evolve, but an Orleans King (even with
the less pretentious name of President), or
m Bonaparte Emperor, will scarcely be the
sober choice of France. Her friends will
wish her a nobler deßtiny.
. , .—»4»*
The Germans. —The monster proces.
■;ons by which our German speaking
papulation celebrated the return of peace
to fatherland, has directed attention to
their great numerical strength. Within
the past forty yeara 2,368,483 immigrants
from all parts _f the present German Em
pire arrived on our shore. It is no exag-
at five millions. Travel where ono may
he will hear the accents of the German
tongue, and tho finest strains of Mozart,
Hayden and Lir-zt rendered by "Ttirn
vereins" and "Gcsangvcreins'' at the
grand annual "Sa.>ngerfests." Germans
are well qualified by natural ability and
education to take an intelligent aud
abiding interest in the affairs of the nation.
To give expression to their interests and
serve in forming and promulgating opinion
they support two hundred papers in all
parts of the country. These journals are
conducted with much ability, and fairly
reflect German political opinion.
The Germans are very gregarious in their
habits, so much so indeed, that twenty
five per cent, of thoso iv the West are
found in Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chi:ago j
and fifty per cdnt. of those in the South
livo in Baltimore, Louisville, Memphis Rnd
New Orleans. It is only natural that
Ra large class ol educated and intel
t citizens should exercise a powerlHl
ence on tho destinies of political par
ties.
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i_r .1. BAYERS,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
FRANKLIN, PA ,
Buys and sells improved and unimproved lands any
where in the United Btates. 1
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ns, Hemorrhoids or Piles,
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1 Hands, Caked Breasts,
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il Poisons, Scratches, or Grean,
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Sitfast, Ringbone, Cracked Heels,
Poll Evil, Foot Rot in Bhcep,
Bites of Animals and In- Roup In Poultry,
sects, Lamo Back, Ac, Ac,
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The Gargling Oil has been in use us a Liniment for
thirty-eight years All we ask is a lair trial, but be
sure and follow directions.
Ask your nearest druggist or denier In patent
medicines, for odo of our Almanacs and Vade Me
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Tho Gargling Oil is for stile by all respectable deal
ers throughout tho United States and other coun
tries.
Our testimonials date from 1833 to the present, and
are unsolicited. Übo tho Gargling Oil, and tell your
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<_> 1 1 \ A DAY FOB ALL with Stencil Tools. Ad
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WOOD AND COAL.
nolTToToci-T . -
SUMMER PRICES.;
Constantly on baud BEST
OAK AND PINE WOOD,
LONG, SAWED and KINDLING WOOD,
ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS
at very lowest prices, at YARD, corner Main and I
SUMMER RESORTS.
A j_B_L-~_ULPHOB SPRINGS WILL B_
A. OPENED FOR TUB RECEPTION OF
VISITORS JUNE2OIH.
These Springs, so long and favorably known to the I
public, have paßsed into the hands of the under- I
signed, who plodgeß himself to devote his entire time I
to the comfort and pleasure ol his guests. The
waters have been held in high esteem by medical
men of eminence, especially in diseases of the SKIN,
A chalybeate spring of great strength has been re- I
cently found near tbe place.
FINE MUSIC In attendance.
Teems—Board, per month of 28 days, $37 60; per
day, $2; per week, $12. Parties furnishing their
owu bed linen and lights, $32 50 per lnontn. Chil
dren under ten years and servants half price.
The hack will moot the train that leaves Richmond
Round Tripe Ticket, $3,60
For further particulars, address the undersigned,
or apply to S. 8 Coratau, Richmond.
F. R. FARRAR, Proprietor.
Dr. M. F. T. Evans, Resident Pbyßiclau.
my 18— F6w I
TXTHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GREENBRIER, WEST VIRGINIA.
These Springs, lamous for their alterative waters I
patronage, will be open on the lßt j
OF JUNE. They afford accommodations' for 2,000
r ersons. I
The Springß are 2.000 feet above tide-water, and I
tbo climato in which they are situated is always
COOL and INVIGORATING, affording entire relief
from prostrating summor heat.
Professor Rosenberger's excellent band will be in
attendance, to enliven tie lawns and ball-room.
Masquerade and fancy balls during the season, as
heretofore.
An extensive livery will be kept at very moderate
charges.
Chakoeu—s3 per diy aud $76 per mouth of thirty
days ; children under ten 3 ears of age, aud colored
servantß, half price; white servantM, uccordiug to
accommodations.
my 12—eodlm OKO.L. PEYTOV A CO.
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
TIIEBE RENOWNED SPRINGS AND GREAT
NATURAL CURIOSITY
Are situated in the romantic "Warn. Springs Valley." I
COMMENCE JUNE IST.
These thermal waters aro celebrated for tbeir
CURATIVE virtue iv Chronic Rheumatism, Gout,
Torpor of Liver, Chronic Enlargement of Liver or
Spleen, Chronic Diarrbu-a or Dyßentury, non Organic
Paralysis, Old Injuries, Diseasea ol tho Bkiu, espe
cially of Syphilitic origin, Chronic Diseases of the
Uteris, Affections of the Womb, and other Diseases of
\ delicate character incident to Females.
Baths vary iv temperature frout S6 U to 110° Fahren-
Tlio accommodations aro first class, and offer un
itirpassed attractions to the invalid and pleasure
seeker.
Telegraph Office In Ho'el.
Prof. J. L. CABELL, M. D., of University of Vir
inia, Realdeut Physician.
Descriptive Puuipliteta with full particulars fur
nished on application to
't'!!o£. It PKICE *'CV
or JAMES A. AUGUST, ' j
u/lt— Uyl Hut Springs, Bath Couuty, Va.
SPECIAL, NOTICK3.
rpll "PAIN KILL! »."
Travellers are always liable to sudden attacks of
Dysentery and Cholera Morbus, and these occurring
when absent from home, are very unpleasant. The
PAIN KILLER may alwaya be relied upon in such
cases. As soon aa you feel the Bjmptoms, take one
teaspoonful in a gill of new millp and molasses and
a gill cf hot water, ttlr well together and drink hot.
Repeat tho dose every hour until relieved. II the
pains be severe, batbo the bowels and back witb tbe
medicine clear.
In casos of Asthma and Pythislc, tako a teaspoon
ful in a gill of hot water sweetened well with mo
lasses ; also batbe the throat aid stomach faithfully
with tbe medicine clear.
Dr. Sweet says It takes out tbo soreness In cases of
bonesettlug faster than anything be ever applied.
Fishermen, so ofteu exposed to hurts by having
their skin pierced with hooks, and Sub of Asb, can
bo rellovod by bathing with tho Pain Killer as soon
as tho accident occurs ; in this way tho anguish is
soon abated ; bathe as oftou as ouce In five minutes,
say three or four times, aud you will seldom bave
any trouble.
The bitoß and scratchos or dogs and cats are soon
cured by bathing witb the Fain Killer clear.
Bee printed directions, whic_;;acconipany each
bottle.
Price US eta., SO eta. and tl.oo per bottle
Sold by all Druggists.
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ing a large saving to consumers and remunerative
~ to club organizers.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
31 and 33 Vesey street,
my lii—l w New York, Postofflce Box 6643.
• : J UR TJ B E BA^~
# WHAT IS IT?
It Is a sure and perfect remedy for all diseases of the
Liver and Spleen, Enlargement or Obstruction of In
tostioes, Uuiary, Uterine, or Abdominal Organs,
Poverty or a want of Blood, Intermittent or
I- Uemitteut Fevers, Inflammation of the I
\ Liver, Dropsy, Sluggish Circulation
ol tbe Blood, Abscesses, Tumors,
_ Jaundice, Scrofula, Dyspep
sia, Ague & Fever or their
Concomitants.
'!> Dr. Wells having become aware of the extraordinary ,
medical properties of the South American ,
Plant, called
.1 l' II l 1! X II A ,
sent a special commission to that country to procure
It In its native purity, and having found its wonder
ful curative properties to even exceed the auticlpa
ttons formed by its great reputation, has concluded
to offer It to the public, and is happy to state that he
™ has perfected arrangements for a regular monthly
in supply of this wonderful Plant. He has spent much
time experimenting and Investigating as to the most
, efficient preparation trom It, lor popular uso, and
has for Bonie time used in his own practice with most
happy results tbe offectual medicine presented to the
c public as
| n Dr. Wells' Extract of Jurubeba,
and ho confidently recommends it to every family as
as a household remedy which should be freely taken as
a BLOOD PURIFIER in all deiangeraents of the
te system and to animate and fortify all weak and
Lvinpliitlc temperaments.
ty JOHN Q KELLOQG, Piatt St New York,
od Bole Ageut for the Untied States.
to Price Ono Dollar per Kittle. Send for Circular,
my 15 —4w
rp A. BRANDER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
IT No. 1324, Cousin Ca&y asd Viecunia Sms-m,
Offers to the public
'." TUB AMERICAN SUBMERGED DOUBLE-ACTING,
NON-FREEZING
FORCE PUMP,
)ir THE SIMPLEST AND MOST POWERFUL IN USB.
it It bas proved to be the CHEAPEST, MOST BFFEO
or TIVE, DURABLE and RELIABLE PUMP. Not
lie only for Family use, but also for Florisis, Factories,
ie- Breweries, Distilleries, Ships,_c. Besides llienbovo
he mentioned advantages over the usual style of Pumps,
of it is particularly reconiraeuded by lusurauce Com
panies, on account of its effectiveness in EXTlN
'ii- GUISHIN'G FIRE. Tbe Smallest Pump will throw
50 to 70 feet through a hose.
in- It is the CHEAPEST—Its cost being less by one
ire third than any Force Pomp of the same cauoclty,
aud it never gets out of order. Perfectly simple,
aud any child can work It.
Ir. It is now on exhibition at my store, whero the pub
lic are iuvlted to see it work.
ir- Any Commission Merchant receiving orders lor
this Pump will be allowed a liberal disconut.
Every PUMP is WAR-ANTED.
T. A. BRANDER,
Agent fer Virginia,
No. 1824, corner Cary and Virginia streets.
1 my l-w«t
FROF«_.O.AL CARR..
i no. w, i-hiim. Jiro. a. roraA
TENKINB k POPHAsM,
ATTORNEY* AT LAW,
OFFICE-NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
30-NIB TIHTH AMU BASK BTSHTS, RICHMOND, Va.,
* ill (practice In tbe Courts of tbe State and th
Unite- Btates, and before tbe Court ot Claims and
Departments at Washington. Special attention giv
sn to cases arising under the Revenue and Bank,
ruptcy laws ot tho Uuited Btates. nth 16-d-wtf
Oongrefls having recently passed a bill providing
lor the appointment ot a COMMISSION for the ft
i.nitiatiou and adjustment of the claims of LOYAL
Oil 17.8N8 of the South, for stores or supplies taken
or furnished during the rebellion for the use of the
army, Including the use and loss of vessels and bouts
while employed tn the military service of the Unitod
Btates, and there being many clalma 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 liberal
terms, according to the amount Involved and the
character of tho claim. For full particulars address
JENKINS k POPHAM,
Attorneys at Law, Richmond. Va.
We refer by permission to Jno. B. Davis, Preslden
Planters' National Bank and Richmond Banking and
Insurance Company, Richmond; Davenport k Co-
Stock Brokors and Oeneral Agents, do.; Lancaster k
Co., Bankers, do; Hon. H. K. Ellyson, ex-Mayor, de.;
C. K. Bingham, President First National Rank,
Erg ; Hon. J. F. Lewis, U. 8. Senator! Waah
i. C.; Hon. Jas. H. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles
, do.; Hon. W. 11. H. Stowell, do.
apl—dAwtf
BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and
id the United Statos Courts at Richmond.
lilfon! Depot, Caroline county, Virginia,
.ttend to cases before the Court of Claims
lepartmouts at Washington.
Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline
connty, Virginia. ja 2—tf
■ AKBLBR SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY,
tor all courts of olty ol Richmond and conn ty et
Henrico.
Orno- No. 1810 Ross St.,
»ng IS—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
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CHARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, Ist*.
D-POBITS received and PAYMENTS made ilail
(excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.,
i and on Saturday Evenings from 6
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INTEREST at the rate of six per cent per ainin i
declared and compounded in March, .inly and No
vember, on all snms of FIVE (Ii) DOLLARS and op
DEPOSITS e».-Ived of FIVE CENTS and upwards
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eb It; Ou-ter.
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T BCKENBy"* LAIRD, FLORISTS,
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I offer to tbe public a large collection of choice BED
DINO PLANTS, ROSES, Ft.OWER SEEDS, Ac,
By prompt attention and moderate pricos we hope
I to merit a liboral continuance of public patronage.
■a*OU-T VERNON NURSKRV.
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UPON THK WASHINGTON KSTATE.
50,0.1.1 APPI.II TRKKS, embracing most of tbe
Southern varieties.
Also, a general assortment of
PEACH, PEAR, and other FRUIT TREES, SHADB
TREES; SMALL FRUITS, 30,000 OSAGE
ORANGE PLANTS, 4c, 40.
Will be sold WHOLESALE and RETAIL as LOW a»
can be had elsewhere. .
WARRANTED TRUE TO NAME.
RICHMOND NURSERIES,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
FRANKLIN DAVIS k CO., Proprietors.
We offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest
collection of FRUIT TREES, VINES 40, ever grown
in the Southern Statos, consisting in part of
2,000,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie
ties cf lruits adapted especially to the
South.
1,000,000 VINES, consisting of every variety ef small
*%**• Send for catalogues,oncloslng postage, stamps
oo 18—era I
; BILLIARD TEMPLE.
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FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
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00K8ELI.BR AND STATIONER,
1008 MAIN STREET,
mh 10—tf RICHMOND, VA.
FOR THE LADIES.
AN* PERSON—
\ ' MAN, WOMAN OR OniLD,
Cau bo sure of obtaining a COMPLETE FIT for any
garment by buying J
BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS.
We can give yuu a PATTERN for auy garment of
r any size for a comparatively trilling sum, and guar-
I antee a FIT In all cases.
Call and see us at tho offlce of the HOWE SEW
ING MACHINE,'.v_I Maiu street,
my I—d4wt.ni J. F. McKENNEY.
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l Essays for Young Men, on great SOCIAL
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ASSOCIATION, No. 2 8 Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. my 11—3 m
1 ■ j UTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not a thing
1 I O of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and put
'.' 1 mouoy in tbe pockets of the proprietor. It has
stood tho test of time. Having beeu in the market
I over thirty years, its very name will rocall to many
I who are now tho respected hoada of families, the
halcyon days of their youth, with all its joys and
sorrowß; it. Is -till the same; infallable in its opera-
I tion; a specific remedy for youthful indiscretion
: and folly; a true friend. It is for Bale by all drug-
I gists. Price, 81 per bottle. .1.. 11— ly
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TTIGHKR EDUCATION.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE.
Board aud Tuition per annum $226.
| HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE,
>• Inaugurated by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and
1 1 Tuition per aunuui, $228.
'• PnlslDSHT—Tho Very Rev. I. Helliuuth, D. D.,
'" I De vt. of Huron.
'■ M3T K,,r particulars, apply to Mujor Evans, Lot>
'- don, Canada West. bo 10—dAwly
" |>UY YOUR
MOULDING.
,; STAIR WORK,
~ Aud everylhiug Iv the domain of WOOD TRIM
MINGS for BUILDINGS, of
I. A. HANOI:,
878 Third Aye., uur. Twenty-seventh St., Naw York
They are the Beat and Cheapest in market.
SMALL FARMS FOR BALK.
/ IHARMINO COUNTRY SEATS FOR BALI,
AT GUNBTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC.
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED.
TWENTY MILEB BELOW WASHINGTON, AND
POUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON.
KACILITIEB FOR
BOATING, SHOOTING,
FISHING, AND
BURF BATHING,
ON SUNNYSIBB BAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS.
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY,
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUNDRED
NORTHERN FAMILIES NEAR.
BOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUNDRED
ACREB.
*
EAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMIBEB, AND
RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDIBPUTABLE.
We want one hundred first-class families, Indus- I
rlons, temperate and enterprising. No questions
asked about religion or politics.
You can raise every variety of Fruit, Grass and |
rain.
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained
oar the promisea.
Direct and rapid shipment of all products North
iy rail or water.
No one need fear excessive heat or cool nights ;
for fresh breeaes come up the bay aud temper the
atmosphere.' j
To persons of intellectual tastes, the near vicinity
of the National Capital la ol inestimable value. It is
near enough to Washington to allow ono to tie busi
ness there and be home at night; or, in winter te
aside In the city and have the luxuries of a farm
home.
We urge our Northern friends not to go West, nor
far Into the South to live in the wilderness, till thoy
have seen our beautiful region of the Upper Potomac.
Come and sco ub hero In Virginia. Hete you will
Und true hearts ready to welcome you. Socioty or
ganized with Churches, Schools, Horticultural and
Agricultural Sooleties, Nurseries ol fruit trees and
""-ntiful cultivated farms. Here you will find the
cheapest land on this continent, and which Is sure to
increase rapidly in valuo. Northern men of moans
are coming in rapidly.
Lands from $20 to $25 per acre, of excellent quali
ty to improve, can bo bought on long time.
Farms can be rented by those who wish to stay a
while to try the climate.
Addresß
"STATE JOURNAL." OFFICE,
BECK, KNOX A KIRBY,
Real Eatate Agents,
ap 12—tf Alexandria, Va.
CLOTHING.
1871. SPRING. 1871.
NOW ON SALE
AT
D E V L I N S',
1007 Mr I n Street, opposite Po»t-Ofliie,
ALL'THE LATEjBTYI.ES
~
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING
AND
FURNISHING GOODS,
FOR
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR.

The celebrated
AMERICAN VOICE SHIRT MADE TO ORDER
ranm
ALL THE NEW STYLE LINENS,
FANCY FRENCH CAMBRICS,
CHEVIOT SHIRTINGS,
mh 18—3 m
I DYE HOUSE.
it)» 50 1
A WHOLE BUIT
CLEANED AND PRESSED
GOOD AS NIW,
For ,s:t 50 I
AT KINO'S
"PREMIUM ESTABLISHMENT,
730 MAIN BTREET,
Retween Seventh and Eighth,
(up btairs.) ap -I -111)
TIIERN STEAM DYB HOUSE.
A NEW FRENCH DYE HOUSE
»v opened In this city, where Ladies and Geu
tlemen can have their
GARMENTS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
DYED AND CLEANED,
and delivered in twenty-four hours notice
D. 11. BLASOOW, French Dy#r,
ie 21—ly 311 Broad Street, near Third.
MUSIC, Jtc.
\* USICI MUSIC I MUSIO
JOHN MARBH,
No. SIS Main Strut,
No longer of the firm of Marsh k I'ollock, is now
prepared to serve.his friends and the public gene
-BUB-T MUflO AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
every deaerlptlon
I respectfully solicit a call at my new establish
ment. JOHN MARBH,
no 12-1 y til Malu St., bet. Ninth and -nib.
CJALBOFTHB EFFECTS OF THE FARMKRH
!5 BANK OF VIRGINIA.
In obedience to a decree of the Circuit Court of the
United States for the D-strictof Virginia, the under
signed will, on the
2to DAY OF JUNE NKXT,
ber inning »* 10 o'clock A M, at the Court- Hon**
door of said conrt, in the Custom-House building, in
the city oi Richmond, make sale, for cash, of all the
effects nf the Fanners' Bank of Virginia, consisting
of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE
CREES, and whatsoever else thore be.
Creditors of the Bank, whoso claims hive bf en al- 1
lowed, are, under said decree, entitled to set off at I
par their claims against any purchases of said effects
they may make.
A descriptive list of Bald effects may bo seen at the I
office of David J. Saunders, on Eleventh Btreet, be
tween Main and Bank, In Richmond, which the pnb
llc are invited to call and examine. This list will be
printed for circulation, and will be ready as soon aa j
it can be prepared.
DAVID J. SAUNDERS, Receiver
ap 15—lawtds Farmers' Bank of Virginia.
OALK OF THE EFFECTS OF THE BANK OF
0 VIRGINIA.
In obedience to a decree of tbe Circint Court of I
the Unitod States for the District of Virginia, tho un
dersigned will, on the
29th DAY OF JUNE NEXT,
beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court-House I
door of said Court, in the Cuetom-Houae building, in
the city of Richmond, make sale, for cash, of all the
EFFECTS of the BANK OF VIRGINIA, consisting
of BONDS, RILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE
CREES, aud whatsoever else there be.
Creditors of the Bank, whose claims have been al- 1
lowed, aro, under said deciee, cntitlod to Bot off at I
par their claims against any purchases of said effects
tbey may make.
A descriptive list of said effects maybe teen at the
counting-house of S.C.Tardy, oneof the undersigned,
on Seventeenth and Dock streets, or at the office of I
D. J. Saunders, on Eleventh street, between Main J
and Bank, in Richmond, which tho public are in- I
vited to call and examine' This list will be printed I
for circulation, and it will be advertised when ready. I
DAVID J. SAUNDERS,
8. C. TARDY,
Receivers Bank of Virginia.
March 24th, 1871. mh 24-lawtds
HI AC-ii J N HII V, *•*-.
"P aT DAYTON
Dealer in
MACHINERY, RAILROAD, MANUFACTURERS
AND ENGINEERS'SUPPLIES,
TENTH BTREET, BUT WEEN MAIN AND CJJtY I
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
STEAM ENGINES of improved construction, for I
all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build.
MACHINERY FOR
1 Railroad, Machine, Car and Carpenter Shops, Plan*
ing Mills, Sash, Blind, Door, Cabinetware, Chair, Bed- I
stead, Woodenware, Agricultural, Machine, Handle, I
| Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood, Cotton aud Woolen
Factories, Cotton Gins, Farmers, Foundries, Rolling
Mills, Tobacco Factories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring,
Corn and Paper Mills, Mines, Ac, Ac; Forged and I
Rolled Iron.
Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Belting, I
Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist Drills, |
Steam Ganges, Saw Gummors, Steam and Water Pipe |
and Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool I
Handles, Turbine Water-Wheels. Ac. Ac.
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A quantity
of tho same on hand to bo sold low, auch as Engines I
Boilers, Mill Stones aud Gearings, Wood Working, I
Machinery, Ac.
Plans and EBtimatos of Machinery for Milla,aud I
Manufactories of ait kinds. mh I—dAwly
WM. B. COOK. JOHN VILIB.
PHCENIX FOUNDRY,
No. 8 Eighth Street, between Main and
. Franklin, Richmond, Ta. ,
j WM. B. COOK &, CO, !
[ With improved facilities and with a dotermmation
to please iv prices and style of work, we respectfully
ask from the people of Richmond, Virginia, and the I
South generally, a fair share of patronage.
I We manufacture
IRON FRONTS,
Verandahs, Balcouies, Iron Railings, Vault and Cellar I
Doors, Gratings, Window Guards, Awning Frames, I
Coriuthian Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win I
dow CapH, Ornamental Brackets for Balconies, Shelv- I
ing, Ac., Ventilators for Brick and Wood Cornice, I
Gas and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods for I
Gas and Water, Traps for Culverts and Hydrants, I
Coal Shoots, and all kinds ot IRON WORK for build
ings generally.
We also manufacture together with the above
work PLOW CASTINGS, and would respectfully
I solicit the patronage of merchants and farmers. All
I work guaranteed, and oaders filled with dispatch,
no lo—Gm
SEWING 01A CHINKS,
A TTENTION, SEWING MACHINE MEN I—
Xx. Since we all claim first premiums, suppose we
publish our letters trom the SECRETARY OF
STATE, and let the people soe what we really did
get. Here is ours :
Dkpaktuint of Stats, >
Washington, May 9,1868. J
To Ellas Howe, Jr., New York : Sir—
The Department bas received ONE GOLD MEDAL,
ONE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, ONE
DIPLOMA, and ONE CERTIFICATE, awarded you
by tbe Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, which
will be delivered to yourself our your agent, as you
may direct. I am, sir, your ob't servant,
Wm. U. Sew aud.
J. F. McKENNEY, 823 Main Street, agent for the
HOWE. ray 80
rpHE IMPROVED
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Its Sales indicate it; Durability and Popularity
prove it; its Work confirms it.
137,833 BOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The aoh
must Btand upon its merits. Call and examlnolt.
Sewing Maohiues REPAIRED.
SHAFFER A STRONG,
mhlO—dAffts 013 Main street
TN ONK YEAR
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ASSIGNEE BALKS.
By Col. J J Hill, Auctioneer.
A BSIGNEE'S BALB OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE IN
THE TOWN OF CLAHKSVILLE, VA.
Tn the matter of R If MOSS A PROS.
By an order of tho District Court of tbe United
1 States fer the District of Virginia, consented to by
all parties interested, I shall, as assignee for the
above named bankrupts,sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder,
ON THK lo.a DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871.
In the town of Clark-ville, Va., free from all lien*
and enenmbrauces, a large amount of PERSONAL
PROPERTY, roi.Hir.tiug of
Horse", Mule* and Cattle,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Two (_) Steam Engines, with complete outfit;
Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, suffi
cient to work 200 hands.
The REAL EBTATE consist of about twenty-fire
valuable* Town and Wood Lots, in and near to the
town of Clarksville; Two large Factories (smoking
and manufacturing) j also, "Klnderton," one mile
out *f town, containing 300 acres, with handiom-
D well ing.
TERMS™ Vor all personal property cash ; for real
j e_tato, onu-fonrth of purchase money cash, the bal -
I anco payable in twelva months, with interest frcm
day cf sale.
J M CARRTNGTON, Assignee
jc 6—2awtds of R H Most ft Bros.
By Col. J J Hill, Auctioneer.
4 Mtsarwa sale of
VALUABLE REAL A*D PERSONAL ESTATE IN
THE TOWN OF CLARKSVILLE, VA.
By an order of tho District Court of the United
States for the District of Virginia, I shall, as as«
slgnee of Chamborlayns ft Moss, expose for sale.
I to the highest bidder, at public auction, one of tha
best and largest DISTILLERIES In Virginia, with
fixtures complete, free from all liens and encum
I broncos, in the town of Clarksville, Va., on
THE 15th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; the balance payable.
I with Interest, twelve months after day of sale.
J M CARRINQTON, Assignee
Je 6—flawtds of Chamberlayne ft Mom.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC-
In obedience to an order of tho United States Dis-
I trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, in
I tho matter of II A Vaughan, bankrupt, the under-
I signed will,
ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNB,'IB7I,
commencing at 11 o'clock A M, in front of the door
of tho Court-Houso of said court, in the Cußtom-
House building in the city of Richmond, Va, soli at
public auction, the following va liable reat estate,
viz: ACRES of LAND in tho oounty of Lnneu
burg, and about milea from Meherrln Depot, on
the R and D roilioad. The improvements In the
way of buildings upon this land are handsome, com
modlous aud nearly new. This land will be sold aa
a whole, or In lots to suit purchasers, free from lien
or encumbrance except the contingent dower right.
A plat ot this land will be exhibited on day of*sale.
TERMB—One-fourth cash; balance in six and
twelve months, equal ins'alineots, purchaser giving
bonds, with security, and title to be retained until
I the whole of the purchase money Is paid.
ja6—2»w3w P A FORK 168,. A«jt gn«_e.
A S..IGNKES' SALE OF
VALUABLE aEAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC-
In ..I. ii--i.ci to an order of the United States <>< •
1 trict Conrt for th* Ra.tern District ol Virginia, iv
j the matter of Allen A Burwell, bankrupt, the uuder
j signed will,
ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
I commencing at 11 o'clock AM, in front of the door
I of the Court-House of said court, In the Custom -
I House building in tho city of Richmond, Va , sell at
I public, auction, the following valuable real estate,
viz: 393J,_ ACKCS in the county of Lunenburg, ad-
I joining tne lauds of E Newcomb and others. This
land has upon it a comfortable dwelling and aline*
I cosaary outhouses.
TERMB—One-fourth cash; balance in six and
twelve mouths, equal instalments, purchaser giving
I bonds, with Bucurity, and title to be retained until
the whole of.the pun-haso money Is paid. *
je6—2awsw Assignees.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC
TION.
In obedLnco to an order of ths United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virgiuia, iv
the matter of Wm Wilkinson, bankrnpt, the under
signed will,
ON THE 23D DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
commencing at 11 o'clock A M, iv front of the door
of tbe Court-House of said court, in the Custoui-
House building in the city of Richmond, Va., sell at
public auction, 642 ACRKS of LAND in the county
of Lunenburg. The dower having been assigned the
widow by the county court of Lunenburg, ihii land
will be sold as follows; Two thirds in value of said
tract will be Bold free from all Hens, the remaining
one-third will be sold subject to the life estate ot
Mrs. Wilkinson.
TERMS—One-fourth cash: balance in six and
twelve mouths, equd instalments, pnrchaser giving
bond*, with security, and title to be retained until
the whole of tho purchase money is paid
je 6—2aw3w P A FORBES, Assignee.
SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUC-
In obedience to an order of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, in
the matter of R E Shore, bankrupt, the undersigned
will,
ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, 187],
commencing at 11 o'clock AM, in front of the dour
of the ('o.irt-ijoii-o of said court, in the Custom
House building In the city of Richmond, Va., sell at
public auction, tho said bankrupt's undivided lute
!_CRK_ of LAND In the county of Not
aterest being equal to one-third value
subject to tho encumbrance of the 11 U
M A Shore, mother of said bankrupt.
ne-fouHb cosh; balance in six aad
s, equal instalments, purchaser giving
ecunty, and titlo to bo retained until
tho pnrcbase money is paid.
.- P A FORBES. Assignee.
TO SALE
OF
LOTS AT CAPPAHOOSIC, IN THE
)UNTY OF GLOUCESTER.
f an order of W. W. Forbes, E_q., Reg
ruptcy, I shall, as assignee of -Joshua
inkrupt, sell at public auction, at Glou
11-Il.l', ou
_, THE 3d DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., all the RIGHT, TITLE.
.ST of tho said bank.uptin ifaree lot*
tic, in the county of Gloucester, free
i and encumbrances. The first ot these
contain two (2) acres, front upon tbe
silii.g to the wharf, aud is particularly
' a building lot. The two other lots,
&spectively eipht and ten acres, front
i back to public lanes, and are. very de
sons engaged m market gardening,
no-fourth ca.h ; the balance on six and
is time Purchaaer to give bonds, with
al security, lor -the deferred paymenta,
thereon, from the day of sale ; title to
iy tbe asaigneo until tbo whole of the
if)- shall have been paid.
P. A. FORBES,
iiici- of Joshua L. Garrett, Bankrupt.
few
i*fl SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY.
if an order of the United States Dlitric.
a district of Virginia, bearing datel6th
l the case of Penuiman ft Bro. againat
.nill, in bankiuptcy. I will, as the as
-1 Paunill, sell at public auction, on
tSDAY, THE 15th JUNE, 1871,
burg, all tho right, title, claim and in-
I Pannill iv aud to a valuable DWELL
IRE-HOUSE and LOT, in Ohristianburg.
rty is one of the most desirable stand
hotel in town, being situated on thu
> public square aud stroet leading to • Ii ■
good kitchen, ice ho uae and stable ou
.closed by a good plank fence.
f SALE—One-t_iird cash ; and the bal
.dit of six and twelve months, tbe pur
; bond with ample security for the de
nts ; alao to pay taxes for the year 1871.
11 lie retained until all the purchase
1. Possession given on day of sale.
>urg, Va,May 19,1871.
lw jOJ-s GARDNER, Assignee.
EE'S SALB
OF
>RED AND FORTY-FIVE ACRKS OF
N THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, Va.,
AT AUCTION,
nee with a decree of the District Court
1 States, signed by the Hon. John 0. Uu
trict Judge, pronounced on tha 22d May,
1871, I shall sell iii front of tho door of the Custom
House, in tbe City vi Hichmond,
ON SATURDAY, THE FIRBT DAY OF JULY, 1871
Two hundred and forty-five acres of valuable Laud
in the County of Bfelex, within four miles of the Kap
pahannoek Rivet-. The Land i_ well wooded aud wa
tered—the ueiiihborhuod un cxc lleut one, and the
Laud productive.
TERMi I —One third cabh; balance in six and twelve
uionthK. with negotiable Notes, interest added, title
ret n n. d until the wholeof tbe pure hate money is

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