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THUBBDAY KYBNINO, FEB. 2, 1871.
Tepeal of the test-oath, or iron-clad. Moro
thau a year ago we asked that this should
b« done as an acceptable measure of
amnesty to a large and deserving class of
people ir. the South, —those who bore arms
i.i the ranks, the young men, and tbe
original Union men, who, while they were
not the cause of the war aud had no hand
in briuging it ou, nevertheless, oould not
subscribe to an oath which required them
to swear they had never voluntarily born*
arms, given aid aud comfort to tho enemy
or sympathized with the South in the re
bellion.
Tbe number of native Southerners who
could conscientiously take this oath was
very small indeed, and every man or wo
man who could not do so was disqualified
from holding auy position under the gov
ernment. c were desirous that this ono
cause of complaint on the part of the
peoplo of the South should be removed,
that at least that excuse for continued dis
disloya'.ty or indifference might no
longer be pleaded. Aad then, too,
wo could not see any good reason
why men who were allowed to con
trol their own State affairs, fill the offices,
vote for President, Senators and Ropia
sentatives in Congress, should be excluded
from the privilege of holding a small
clerkship in the postoffice, aspiring to the
important position of letter-canier, taking
the place of jaoitor at tho custom-house,
or entering West Point or Annapolis as
cadets.
In our advocacy of this measure we aro
happy to kn sw that we havo had the sup
port of the best Republicans in Virginia
There wero a few here who opposed it on
the highly patriotic principle that il
would iucrua.se tho number of asjiirauts to
office, and lesson their own chances ; but
then, you ccc, they will have to become
good aud true Republicans before they can
possibly hold office under a Republican
administration, —aud as all aro now quali
fied we may look for a good many who had
no' hope of preferment bofore, but wero
completely shut out, to enter the lists and
compete for Federal prizes.
Tha bill repealing this oath, which
passed tho House yesterday, aud had al
ready passed the Senate? relieves all who
are not disqualified by tho fourteenth
amendment, —that is, all who never held an
office before the war, which required them
to take au oath to support the constitution
of the Uuited States and afterwards went
into rebellion.
There was quite a spirited discussion
o.'er it in the House when General Butler,
from the Comm'ttee on Reconstruction, re
portfd it back from that committee, with
a reommendatiou that it should be
adopted. Mr. Porter, representing this
district, it seems was opposed to it in the
committee, and made a speech against it in
the House, while Mr. Piatt, from the Peters
burg district, spoke in favor of it, and
voted as he spoke.
The correspondent of the New York
Tribune gives the proceedings had i n Mo: •
day Upon this important measure, as fol
lows :
The committee on reconstruction agreed,
this morning, to report lor passage the Senate
bill providing that all persons not disqualified
by tbe fourteenth amendment from holding
office, may take tbe modified oath, instead of
the iron-clad test-oath, and the report was
made by General Butler. Pending debate on
it the House adjourned. Mr. Porter, of Vir
ginia, chairman of the subcommittee to whom
tho subject bad been referred, opposed the bill
in committee, on the ground that it is danger
ous to go any further in the direction of remov
ing disabilities unless provisions can be made
at the same time by law for the protection of
loyal citizens, white and black, at the South.
Intil this is done, Mr. Porter thinks that legis
lation removing disabilities encourages acts of
proscription and violence on the part of the
late rebels. Mr. Porter, from tbe same sub
committee, made a minority report in the form
of the following rough draft of a bill, which
he thinks will give tbe needed protection in
the courts to loyal people in the South :
Whereas, The following named States—to wit
Alabama, Ar! .-.on .-. Delaware. Florida, Georgia, Ken
tucky, Louisiaua, Maryland, Mississippi, North Caro
lina, Soutu Carolina,Tennessee,Texas, and Virginia—
have denied to persons withiu their respective juris
dictions the equal protectleu of tbe laws, 111.* have
in other respects violated th* Couatitntiou of the
United States, aud the laws made ia pursuance
tbeieof In relation to pet-sons within their roipec
llv* jurisdictions, in consequence of their color or of
prejudice against them ; therefore
lie it unacted, Ac, That in all case, civil and criui
toal, which are now pending iv any court of any of
tlie above uaruitl Stales, either party in a civil caaa,
and, in a ..r.minul case, the defendant or accused
party, or the injured party, or, in caao of his or her
death, one ar more of the nearest relatives of the de
ceased living within the jurisdiction of said State
Court or nearest thereto, if none are living iv said
jurisdiction, may have said civil or c -iuiiunl case re
moved to tha LI. 8 Circuit Court for the District In
which said Bt.te Court is held, upon making aud
tiling au affidavit tbat he, she, or thoy believe that
ju. tic* cannot be obtained iv said State Court iv
cou.equ.nce of the color of or prejudice against the
affiant or the deceased injured party. Suits maybe
commenced in the U. S. Courts Oy either party upon
a similar affidavit.
A further provision of tho bill prohibits,
under severe penalties, tbe exclusion of citi
zens from being summoned or put upon the
lists to be drawn as jurors, or from serving as
such in any Federal, State, or Territorial
court, on account of their color. The consid
eration of this bill was postponed by the com
mittee until Tuesday next. Mr. Upson of
Ohio, Republican, and Mr. Morgan of Ohio,
Democrat, the otber members of Mr. Por
ter's sub-committee, disagreed to the report.
Mr. Upson takes tbe ground that the legisla
tion proposed would revolutionize tbe entire
system of jurisprudence, both State and Na
tional, and tbat Congress has no constitutional
right to pass such a measure, which would
take away all authority from the State courts,
leaving them with no jurisdiction over any
case, civil or criminal, except by consent of
the parties to tbe suit.
Although tbe evils complained of exist to a
considerable extent in some of the States
named, Mr. Upson does not think tbey are
grave enough to justify Congress in destroying
the State courts, even if the Constitution
would permit such legislation. As to the ex
clusion of negroes from juries, Mr. Upson
thinks it is not in the power of Congress to lind
a remedy, for the reason that some discretion
must be left to tbe officers charged with the
selection of names from which a jury is to ba
drawn, in order that men of intelligence and
character may be selected. No man has a right
to be drawn as a juryman, and the failure to
put a colored man on a jury in any instance
could not be taken to be occasioned by preju
dice and punished as a crime by a United
Stats* statute.
Mr. Upson thinks Ihe improvement in public
sentiment at the Soutb, and tbe political power
given by ths ballot to the blacks, must bs relied
upon to correct lbs prevalent disposition
■ the still disloyal whites to deprive them
■ civil rights, and that acts of Congress
it cure the difficulty. Mr. Porter has
nion of several of the best lawers in tbo
in favor of the constitutionality ofbis
11, which he claims finds authority in th*
ourteenth amendment. It is not believed,
owever, that the bill will bt» agreed to by a
majority of the reconstruction committae.
Yesterday, t'no bill came up again, ami
he telegraph to the many papers gives M
he following as the result:
Tbe Senate bill for the abolition of the test
B.th was resumed. Tbe bill was favored by
essrs. Piatt, of Virginia, Bingham, Dawes,
nd Horry, of Louisiana ; and opposed by Jeff
.ong, of Georgia, Porter, of Virginia, and
laynard, of Tennessee. Tbe bill was passed
—ayes 118, nays 89- and now goes to the Pres
dsnt for signature.
The following is lbs text of the bill:
Be it enacted, Ac, That whon any person who Is
not rendered ineligible to offloe by the provision! of
the'fourteenth amendmolit to the constitution shall
he eloeted or appointed to any office of honor or
trust under the goverament of the United States,
and .ball not beabla, on account oi hi. participation
In th* lata rebellion, to take the oath prescribed in
the act of Congress apporved July 2d, 1862, said per
son shall, In lieu of said oath, before entering upon
tho duties of said office, take and subscribe the oath
prescribed in an act of Congress entitled "as act
proscribing aa oath of *fflre to be taken by persons
whose legal disabilities shall havo been removed,"
approved July 11,1863.
And now that this tnagnatitnous mea
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doubt of its approval by the President,
we hope to see a still more rapid change
in the feelings of the people towards the
Republican party and the government.
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f # 2—Tli2w **■ Marshal.
106—Involuntary .
[Goo. T. Catlett vs. Andrews * Catlett.]
; r. VHIS IS TO GIVE NOT10S! :
X That a warrant in bankruptcy has l.eon issued by
' the said Court against the estato of Andrews A Catlett
of Henrico county, aud State of Virginia, In said dis
trict, who have been duly adjudged bankrupts upon
petition of their creditors and the payment of any
debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to j
said bankrupts, to them or to their uso, und tbe truns
! fer of any property by thorn, is forbidden bylaw. A
mooting of the creditors or said bankrupts, to prove
their debts aud choose one er more assignoes of their
estato, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be
holden at Richmond, bofore W. W. Forboi, Esquire,
Register, on the 20th day of February, A. D., 1871,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
f e 2 Tli2w • U. 8. Marshal.
107—Involuntury.
[T. M. lsrgan et als vs. J. H. Woodcock.]
rpHIS IS TO OIVB NOTICE:
L That a warant in Bankruptcy bus issued against
the estato ot 1. 11. Woodcock, of Henrico county,
State of Va., who has boon adjudged a bankrupt on
the petition of bis crditors :—That tho pnyment of
auy debts, aud tho delivery of any property belong
ing to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and
the transfer of any property by him are forbid
den by law :—That a meeting of the creditors of the
I aaid Bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose one
or moro assignoes of his estato, will be held at a
court of bankruptcy, to lie holdon at Richmond,
Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the
20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
' DAVID B. PARKER,
f„ 2—Th2w II- 8- Marshal.
106—Iuvolttntary.
[Javc.cs Parka etals vs. E. Boyle.]
rsMIIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:—That a wariant
JL in bankruptcy has bren Issued against the
estate of E. Boyle, of Henrico co., and Sluto of Va.,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his creditors'
petition:-That tho payment of any debts, and thedeli
very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his uso, and tho transfer of any property
by him aro forbidden by law :—That a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo their debt*,
and choose one or more assignees of his estato, wili
be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at
Richmond, Vti~, beforo W. W. Forties, Esq., Register,
on tho 20th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock
DAVID B. PARKER,
fo 2—Tb2w U. S. Marßhal.
100—Involuntary.
_Jno. B. Cooper vs. 8. Jones, Jr.]
i rs-sHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
i That a warrant in bankruptcy
ho. been issued against the estate of 8. Jonas, Jr., of
Henrico county, and Btato of Virginia, in aaid dis
trict, who has been duly adjudged a bankrupt upon
petition of bis creditors:—That the payment of any
debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to
| aaid bankrupt, to him or for his use,and thetransler
of any property by him, are forbidden by law:—Tbat
a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prov*
their debts, and chooso ono or moro assignees of his
estate will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to b«
j holden at Richmond, Fa., before W. W. Forbes, Bsq ,
on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock, A.
DAVID B. PARKER,
f, 2_Tb2w P. 8. Marshal.
IC9— Involuntary.
[Chas. T. Sherry vs. F. if. Sherry.)
rpil!l3 IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
j That a war rant in bankruptcy has issued
against the estate ol F. M. Shorty, of Uourlco coun
ty, aud State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
baukrupt on tho petition of his creditors : —That tbe
paytneut of any deljts, and tbo delivery of any pro
perty belongiug to said baukrupt, to him or for hi.
use, end the transfer ot any property by him, aro
I .i l.i.'.ien by law :—That a meetiug of the creditor*
Of* said bankrupt, to proro their debts, and choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holdeu at Richmond, Va.,
b.foro W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th day
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID 11. PARKER,
fe 2—Th2w U. 8. Marebal.
r pIIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
JL That ou tho 30th day of January, 1871, a wai
raut iv bankruptcy was issuod against the estate of
S. T. Rogers, of Nelson county, aud fetat* of
Va., who boa been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition: That tbe payment ol any debts, und tbo deli
very of any property"belongiug to said bankrupt, to
hiui or for his uso, und tho transfer of any 'property
l.y him are forbidden by lav.:—That a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove his debts,
aud choose one or more assignees of his estate, will
bo helrl at a court of bankruptcy, to bo holden nt
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Regis
ter, ou tho SOth day of Febiuary, 1871, at 10 o'clock
DAVID B. PARKER,
fe 2—Tli2w _[__• Marsh , I
• MIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—
JL That on the 7th day of January, 1871, a
warrant iv Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tate of R. H. Averett, of Meckleuburg county,
uud State of Virginia, who haa boon adjudgeJ a
bankrupt upou his owu petition: —Tbat the
payment of any debts, and the delivery of
any property belouging to »aid bankrupt, to him
or for his use, and the transfer of uny property
by him are forbidden bylaw: That a mooting of tho |
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts
-ii;.l chooso one or more assiguoes of his estate, will
te held ut a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at I
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq , Register,
on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
4100
rs-sHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
JL That on the2?th day of January, 1871, a war
rant iv bankruptcy was issued against the estate ot
Maria Gibson, of Culpeper county, and Btate ol
Virgiuia, who bus been adjudged a bankrupt on her
owu petition:—Tbat th* payment ol any cent*, and
th* delivoiy of any property belongiug to sail bank
rupt, to hiui or for bis use, and the transfer of any
property by hiru aro forbidden by luw:—That a
mooting of tbe creditor, of said tankrupt, to prove
their debts, and choose one or more assignee, of hi.
estato, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holdeu at Richmond, Va., tiefore W. W. Forbes, Esq ,
Regnter, ou tbe 20.h day of February, 1571, at 10
o'clock A.M.
Ja3l-TuJw P. S. Marshal.
4149
rll UIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
That ou the 28th day of January 1871, a
warrant In bankruptcy was Issued against tho
estate of Otbo Sutton, of 1 uckingham county, and
State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a Dank'
rupt on his owo petition:—That tha payment
of any debts, aud the delivery of auy property be
louging to said bankrupt, to him or for bis uso and
Ihe transfer of auy property by him, are forbidden
by law :—That a inoeliug of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to provo their debts, und chooso one or
moro assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Va., be_
fore W. W Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th day
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 81—Tu2w U. 8. Manual.
O KIS THE REVOLVING OHRYBTAL PKiSiIATIO
lUSillltlPl' NOTICES.
T'IIIS I.H TO GIVE NOTICE:
JL That on th* 28th day of January, 1 i7l, a war
rant iv bankruptcy was issued agalust th* estato
ol W. J. Price, of Alleghany county, and Hate
of Virginia, who hns boon adjudged a bankrupt on
his owu petition :—That the pavmeut of any debts,
and tbo delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for tits use, and the tiausfer of
any p'ropeity by him are forbidden by law : —That a
meeting of tbe creditors of said baukrupt, to prov*
their debts, and chooae one or more assignee* of hi.
estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy to te
holden at Richmond, Va, bofore W. W Forbes, Esq.,
Register, on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10
ri'HIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE: That on th* 28th
JL day of January 1871, a warrant in hautrnpt
cy was Issuod against the estate of Robert A.
Kldd, of Brunswick connty, and Stat* ol
Virginia, who has boen adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition :—That tho payment of any debt*,
and the delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and tbo transfer ol
any property by hi in are forbiddos by law :—That a
mooting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
j thetr debt., and choose oue or more assignees ol
his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be holdon at Richmond, Virginia, before W. W.
Forbes, Esq., Register, on tbe 20th day of Februray,
1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
ja 31-Tu2w U. 8. Marshal.
4168
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
X That on the 25th day of Januiry, 1871, a war
rant in bankruptcy was Issued against the estat. of
Johu Carpenter, of Prince Edward county, and State
of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition :—That the payment of any debts,
and the delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for his uso, and the transfer of
any property by fains, are forbidden by law: —That a
meeting . of the creditors ot said baukrupt, to prove
their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will ho held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq ,
Registor, on the 20lh day of February, 1871, at 10
o'clock A, at
DAVID B.PARKER,
J» 31—Tu2w U. 8. Marshal.
4167
r I IBIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : That on the 7th day
JL of January, 1871, a warraut in bankruptcy
was issuod agalust the estate of E. P. Wright, of
Amelia county, and State of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petition :—That tbo
payment of any dobts, and tho delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupt, to him
or for his use, and the transfer of any pro
perty by him, are forbidden by law : —That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
provo their debts, and chooae one or more assignees
ol bis estate, will ho held at a Court of llankruptoy,
to be holden at Bichmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes,
Esq., Register, on tho 20th day of February, 1871, at
10 o'clock A.M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja3l-Tu2w U.S. Marshal.
4148
■IK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
ES for the District of Virginia
ho matter of John T. Haukius, bankrupt—
liom it May Coucern :—The undersignod, Wm.
U. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va , hereby gives
notico of bis appointment as assignee of tho estate of
John T. Hnskius, of Essex county, in said district,
who was, on the 20th day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged
a baukrupt upon bis own petition by the District
Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21,1871.
ja 31-Tu3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assigno*.
4120
f N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter of Georgo Franklin Hupp, Bankrupt.
—in bankruptcy.
B-iui it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, John
Harrisonburg, Rockingham coy, Va, here
notice of his appointment as assignee of the
G. V. Hupp, of Shenandoah co., in said dis
i) was, on the 24th day of November, 1870, j
a bankrupt on bis own petition by the Di.
rl of said district.
ja 31— Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
4070 «_
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia.
Iv the matter of James W. Peck, Bankrupt—ln
Bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Coucern .—The undersigned,
John rani, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham county,
Virgiuia, hereby gives notice of his appointmont a*
assignee of the estato of James W. Peck, of Augusta
Rin said district, who was, on the 28th day of
•or, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt ou bis own
by the District Court of said district.
-Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
IE DISTRICT COURT IIP THE UNITED
...i'ES, for tbo District of Virginia.
In the matter of Benjamin S. Van Pelt, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned, John
Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham co., Va , hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the es
tate ot B. S. Van Pelt, of Rockingham county, in said
district, who was, on tho 27th day of Sept., 1870,
■I a baukrupt ou bis own petition by the Dis
rt of said district.
u3w J Oil.-.' PAUL, Assignee
B DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
..-ES, for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter of Fielding 11. Joter, bankrupt—
in bankruptcy. '
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
Wm. H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, here
by gives notice of his appointment us assignee of the
estate of Ffeld'ng 11. Jeter, of Bedford co'ty, in said
district, who was, on the 10th day of Dec'ber, 1870, ad
judged abuikrupton his own petition by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871.
Ja 31-Tu Sw WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for tbe District of Virgiuia.
In tho matter of William IS. Preas, bankrupt—in
TO wfi'tjM IT MAY CONCERN—
' The undersigned, Win. If. Allderdlco, of Richmond
city, Virgiuia, heroby gives notico ot his appoint- I
ment as assignee of the estate of Wm. li. Preas, of j
Bedford count}*, In said district, who was, on th. {
16th day of December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on j
bis owu petltioa by the District Court of said Dia.
Datod Richmond, January 21, 1871.
J-ISI-Tu'Jw WM. 11. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia.
Iv tho matter of William P. Ballard, Baukrupt —
in Bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Wm.
11. Albieidice, of Richmond city, Va, hereby gives
uotice of his appointment as assignee ot tbe estato of
Wm. P. Ballard, of Henrico county, in Baid district,
who was, on tho 7th day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudge! a
j bankrupt on bis own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871.
jail-Tu3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
TN the Dlstilct Com tof tho United State, for the
In the matter of Johu M. Clark, bankrupt—in
To whom it May Concern: —The undersigned, Jacob
Colin, of Kichmoud city, Virginia, _hereby give,
notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate
of John M. Clark, of Fluvanna couuty, Virginia, io |
Said district, who was, ou tho 6th day of December,
1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tho
District court of satd district.
Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, 1871.
Ja24-l»w3w JACOB 00I1N, Aaslgnoe.
f N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
X States for the Dist i let ot Virginia.
In the matter of Walter C. Culloway, baukrupt—in
bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, J. P'
Barksdale. of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby gives
notice ol bis appointment as assignee of the estate
of Walter C. Calloway, Franklin county, Virginia, in
said dlatilrt.who has horetofore;been adjudged* bauk
rupt on his own petition by the Di.trict court of *aid
district. - .__.
ja 18—W3w J. P. BARKSDALE, ABsignao.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
A STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Murdock Howell, Bankrupt
to bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Jo*.
U. Oalrow aud William W.Old, of Norfolk, Va., here
by give notice of their appoiutuiotit as assignee, of
the estato of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk county,
In said district, who was, ou tho 17th day of Do
comber, lb7u, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe
tition by the District Court of said district.
JAMES H. OALROW,
WILLIAM W. OLD,
ja 13—F3w* Assignees.
SAVINGS BANKS.
•XBMIOVAI.
TO NEW BANKING ROOMS,
No. 10 North Tenth Slr«*l,
Between Maiuaud Bank Streets.
NATIONAL FREKDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST
COMPANY
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, ISB6.
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS mad* daily
(excepting holidays) from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.,
and on Saturday Evenings from 6
to 8 o'cluck.
INTEREST declared Iv March, July aud Novombe?
»n all .urns of FIVE (6) DOLLARS and upward*.
DWOBITB Wis*ill of FIVE CENTS uud upwards.
ASftIQNKB SAliKi.
j A SSIONEE'S SALE
YaLUABLR REAL ESTATE IN THE COCNTIEB
OF ROANOKE, FtOYD AND MONTGOMERY,
AT AUCTION.
Pursuant to au order of tha Distriot Court *f th*
Cnitsd States f..r the district of Virginia, ma** fn
the matter of Warfl.ld Price, baukrupt, we shall, as
assignees of said bankrupt, proce.d to sell at th.
Court-Uou.e door of BoHnoke county, Virginia, in
the town of Ba!em, on
WEDNESDAY, THE Brn DAY OF MARCH, 1171,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRBB OF LAND,
lying In the coantles of Floyd, Roanok* and Moat
gomery, belonging to tke estate ot said bankrupt;
most of which is quit* valuable, Sad land will b*
said free of all lfeus and encumbrances.
TERMS—One-third of purchase money will b* re
quired t* b* pall in cash: residue in two equal in
stalments of six and twelve months, tli* purchaser
giving bond, Willi good personal security, for th*
deferred payments, and the title retained until the
purchase money I. folly oald.
M..KINBEY A BROWN, Assignees
ja 28—2aw3w of Warfleld Price, Bankrupt.
ASSIGNEES SALE
YALUARLE REAL ESTATE IN LWNENBBR9
COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of au order of the United States District
Court for th* District of Virgiuia, doted the 24th
dm- of December, 1870, I will ••! 1 at Burkaville, on
FRIDAY, THE »» DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1871.
the following tracts of land, to wit:
No. I.—Containing 600 or 900 ACRES, with FINE
BUILDINGS, adjoining the lands of L. H. Knight
and others.
No. 2.—Containing about 200 ACRES, adjoining
the land* ef E. C. Scott and ethers.
No. 3.—Containing 700 or 800 ACRES, adjoining
the lands of W. Y. Neal and others.
No. 4.—LOT OF LAND at Lunenburg C. H., con
taining ab*ut 1* ACRES.
No. o.—Revfslonary INTEREST iv 200 ACRES
LAND, now in the occupancy of Jane E. Stoke*.
Also whatever Intorest the bankrupt may have in
the estate or Mrs. Jane M. Blackwell. The above
lands are Rold Btibject to the wife's right of dower.
TERMS —So much cash aa may be necessary to
j pay expenses iv bankruptcy, aud tbe balance on a
credit, of twelve and eighteen mouths, with interest
from tho day of sale, the purchaser giving bond and
approved security, and the titlo retained until all
the purchase mouoy is paid.
Plats of those lauds will b. exhibited on day of
SXar-The bonds and accounts surrendered by tbe
petitioner, will bo sold for cash at tho same tiino and
P. A. FORBES,
Assignee »f E. H. Stokes,
Ja 10— 2nv.-3.v- Bankrupt.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE

FARM STOCK, Ao.
By authority of tbe United Slabs District Court I
for tha district of Virginia, iv tbe matter ofWm.
: N.Ward, bankrupt, I will sell, at public auction,at
Warßaw, Richmond county, on
MOXDAY, FEBRUARY 6t», 1871, (Court-day),
at 12 o'clock M ,
A largo lot of FARMING UTENSILS,
FARM STOCK—con.Uttng of CATTLE, SHEEP
and HOGS;
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
LIBRARY OF MISCELLANEOUS AND THEO
LOGICAL BOOKS, Ao., 40.
Teats Cash.
LEWIS E. HIGBT,
j JalG-M*F2w r _t_slgllee.
I A TTRACTIVE SALE OF HATS, CAPS, FURS, '
A. Ac, AT COST.
Tbe entire WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOCK
of WEISIOEK A CLARKE, (bankrupts), 1201
Main street, will be sold, for cash, at cost; sale com
mencing 1 UESDAY, January 31, and continuing for
fifteen days—until February 15th.
This stock is particularly attractive, having been
.elected with care by an experienced dealer with spe- j
cial reference to the wants of this market.
By order of the United States District Conrt.
I DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja3l—ld U.S. Marshal.
Mar o T I 0 E.
Will bo sold, to the bigbest bidder,at the residence
of N. S. Edmunds, in the county of Brunswick, ou
THE 9th OF FEBRUARY, 18T1,
tbe following property belonging to tbe estat* of
said Edmunds, a bankrupt, via:
j About 900 ACRES OF LAND, and all his PERBON
AL PROPERTY.
TERMS—Land, cue third cash; balance on aoredit I
of six and twelve months, interest from date, aud ti- J
tl* retained. Personal property cash-
Ja 17—2aw3w LEWIS E. UIGBY, Assignee.
MARSHAL SAL.KS.
|» .YARSHAL'S SALE.
By virtue of au order of the Cuited State. District
Court, 1 shall proceed to sell at auction, on FRIDAY,
February 3d, the following property of Jama. 11.
Woodcock, bankrupt:
Ist. At 11 A. M.,at the freight depot or the Peters- |
burg railroad —
Four FINE MULES,
A STRONG, VALUABLE HORSE,
Three COAL CARIS, marly new ; and
Three sets HARNESS.
21. Immediately after, at 811 Basin Bank-
Thirty tons ANTHRACITE COAL, !
A quautity of WOOD,
OFFICE FURNITURE, A,-.
3d. At 1 o'clock P. M —
A quantity of superior ANTHRACITE and BI- I
TUMINOUSCOAL, In all about 200 tons, at
tbo yard of Mr. Raglund, aud also in tbe yard |
of Mr. Gunn.near Cary street.
j The coal will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
DAVID B PARKER
United States Marshal.
Dated January 2T, 1871. Ja3o—tdl
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Helmbold woman
latlona which they sn.taln, their peculiar orgaal**
lion, and the offices they perform, are subject to
many sufferings. Freedom froui these contribute In no
small degree to their happiness aud welfare, for none
can be happy who are HI. Not ouly so, but no one of
these various female complaints can long be Buffered
to run on wlthont Involving tbe general health of
the Individual, aan ere Icng producing permanont
■Ickne*. and prematura decline. Nor is tt pleasant
to consult a physician for the relief of th*«e various
dolicate affections, and only upon the most urgent
necossitr will a tr*ewoman »ofar sacrifice her great
est charms to do this. The sex will then thank us
for placing in their bands simple specifies which will
be found efficacious In relieving and curing almo*t
every one of tho*. troublewm* complaint, peculiar
tantalize them with the bope of a cure or apply
remedies which make thorn worse. I would not wish
to assert anything that would do Inj.lstice to the
afflicted, but I am obliged to say that although it
may be produced from excessive exhaustion of the
powers of life, by laborious employment, uuwbole-
Borne air and food, profuse menstruation, the nse ol
tea and cofTee, and frequent childbirth, it I. far of
tenor caused ty direct irritation, appllol to the run
cno membrane of the vagina itsolf.
Wbon reviewing the causes of those distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate the at
tendant evils consequent upon them. It is but sim
ple JusUce to the subject to enumerate a fays- of th*
Kdltlonal causes which bo largely affect tbe
th, and happiness of woman in all classes of
and which, consequently, affect more or le*«
directly, the welfare ef the entire human fatuity.-
Tbo uiania that exists for precocious education and
marrlago, causes the years that nature designed for
corporeal developement to be wasted and perverted
In tho restraints of dress, the early confinement of
school, aud especially In the unhealthy excitement ol
he ball-room. Thus, with the body half-clothed
and the mind unduly excited by pleasure, porvert
tem, unnecessary effort Is required by the delicate
votary to retain her situation iv school to a later
day, thus aggravatiug th evil. When one excite
meut ia over, another lv prospective keeps lb* mind
morbidly sensitive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dross, absolutely for
bfddlng the exercise indispensable to tho attainment
and retention of organic health and strength; the
exposure to night air; tbe suddon change of tempe
rature, the complete prostration produced by exce*
■. tricing, must, of necossity, produce their legltl
effect. At last, an early marriage caps the oil
max of misery, and th* unfortunate ono, hitherto
■3 utterly regardless ef the plain dictates and remon
■trances of her nature, becomes an unwill
ing subject ot medical treatment. Thlß I. but a
trnthfnl platan of tbe eaperlouce ef thousands *1
the generative organs, they require an education of
their peculiar nervous system, composed of what I
called the tissue, which Is, I common with tbe fe
male breast and lips, evldontly under the control o
mental emotions aud associations at an early period
or Hfo ; and, aa we shall subsequently see, those emo
tions, when excessive, lead, lang before puberlty, to
habits which sup the very life of their victims or
nature ha* eelf-ceunpleted their development
For Female tVoaknets and Pabtlltr rTbltes o
Lencorrheea, 9 oo Profuse Menstv i.tlon. Exhaustion
Too Long Continued Period- Prolapsus aud Bear
Ing Down, or Prolapau Uteri, wo offer the moat per
feet apociOo kuowu : H.iMßOt.n's COMMUao Ex
th* discharge of Its function. Strength I* th* glory
of manhood and womanhood. Huhbolu's Extract
| BuuifU ia more strengthening than any of th* pre
parations *f Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and more
pleasant. Hsihsolo's ExiaiCT Uuono, having re.
celveif tbe endorsement of the most prominent Phys
icians in the United State*, Is now offered to afflicted
humanity aa a certain cure for tho following dlsew.es
aud symptoms, from whatever cause originating
General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Head,
Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Rest
lessness and Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Ema
ciation, Low Spirit*, Disorganization or Paralysis or
the Organ, of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, Iv fact, all the concomitant* of a Nervous aud
Debilitated state of tbe system.
To Insure the genuine, cut this oat. Ask for
Ilrmiion.'e. Take no other. Sold by Druggists aud
Dealor* everywhere. Price •!. S»5 p*r bottls, or
six bottles for 50.50. Dolivered to any address
Describe symptoms in all c.rauuiiiicaticni. Address
It. T. HELMBOLD, Drug aad Chemical Warehon**,
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