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MONDAY EVENING, FEIi. 20, 1871.
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cial efforts, to eflect, as tho heading has it, l
"Uepenl of tbe Internal Revenue System—
Reduction of tho Tobacco Tax—State j
Rights." The occasion nnd intent; of his
speech was offering and advocating a sub
stitute for the bill abolishing income tax,
which stlSaUtaln reads:—"That all acts i
siiid parts of acts establishing tho depart
ment of internal revenue, and providing
lor the collection of internal taxes, be, and
tho same aro hereby repealed, except so
much thereof at provides for Ihe issue aud
ssli! of stamps upon writings." Section
2 simply pttrfrdos that "such stamps shall
be kept for sale by all deputy postmasters,
and that this act shall take effect on the
There is a sublirao simplicity about this
substitute, which iuduced us to look over
the arguments adduced in its fivor ; but
careful stuily only developed tho fact that
the substitute was a peg upon which to
hang a tirade of financial crudities and
absurdities. We concur with the astute
Senator, that " no one claims it (the inter
nal revenue system) is a good thing in
ilself, or desires to retain it ono moment
longer than necessary." Wo concur
further, it grew out of tho war, as did
many other ovils ; but with tho burden of
an enormous debt, inflicted upon us by the
political friends of tho Hon. Senator in
their wicked attempt to destroy tho life of
tho nation, wo are compelled to join issue
with him in his further remark, " Now let
it expire with, tho restoration of the Union
and tho return of peace," until ho can show
us more clearly that tho public faith can
be kept under bis substitute, without
[inpeeing more intolerable burdens on
other ami less legitimate subjects of taxa
The special grievance which he parades
as the reason why his plan should be
adopted is that Virginia stands tho eighth
State in amouut of internal revenuo taxca
ft,r 1870, and is placed sixth in estimato
for 1871. Adam Smith is quoted iv sup
port of the well-known proposition, that
taxes "ought not to bj merely to raise so
much money every year, but it ought to
bs raised without injury to any great iv- j
l>t us exainino the source:! of revenue
in Virginia during 1870, and ascertain if
the burden, which even Mr. Johnston
admits must be barno, can be laid upon
auy other bsvsis with so little injury to any
Fermented liquors 8,847
Total en artier** of luxury .♦. $4,sii o-ssi
Uross receipts 68,270
Special taxi-s 14:2,533
Total oss active capital and
Jncouiu 262,(1 II
Plate, watches, .to 113,973
Total on surplus capital 325,8.11
UM 184 M
Sundry Krarcra 0,7-10
Total on pnlilsc neoili 2-*> 100
P«l.al tiiM 28,017
Total on public VroDsg-dotngl 28,917
Of this amount, $1,870,000 is chargea
ble on luxuries, sir vicious indulgence, and
§G20,!>39 upon sober industry, or property
realized thereby. No "great interest" of
public advantago is injured by this soloc
tion of taxable subjects—except tobacco,
says Mr. Johnston —wildly assuming Vir
ginia pays tho amount chargeil upon this
staple when manufactured, Instead of what
is the fact, that she pays just so much tux
as is assessed upon the quantity ctnsumed
in Virginia. Calculating tho above reve
nue to I o raised upon as many pounds of j
tobacco as there are thirty-two cents in tho
amount, it would give about 10} pounds
of tobacco for each inhabitant of Vir
ginia—a quantity, of course, out of ques
tion; but allowing } of a pound to each
inhabitant, at a tax of thirty-two cents;
and wo have $288,000 as the tax paid by
Virginia proper on tobacco, while one
third of that sum would bo nearer tho ac
For 1870 the followiug-namod States
aro credited for taxes on similar subjects :
1. New York $30,301. ;>b0
2. Olib 1U..',(5\743
:;. lllhioi" ls.ai'i-1.080 i
4. I'nuns.vlvania 10,748,704
Ti. Masssicliuii-ttH 10,684,090
c. Kentucky U,887,023
7. Missouri •bW)4,27&
t. Virginia d.400.315
9. Maryland .1,438,472
And we would ask Mr. Johnston, vii
what other "great interests" he would lay I
this burden, "without injury" to tho best
interests of the people, should his substi
tute be adopted ; or does he net covertly
seek to Insert an entering wedge for repu
diation, ono of the principles of the Val
landighatn Democracy, to which he had
given his adhesion.
Mr. Johnston draws a gloomy picture of
DOT industrial condition, but the force of
his demonstration is neutralized by the ab
surdity of tho proposition that "noth
ing saves us from absolute ruiu ° °.
It the stream of immigration which is
iStentiT pouring into tho United States."
luablo as wo know this stream of Immi- j
ition to be, we cannot admit that it
es us from absolute ruin. New York
eives the great majority of immigrants,
lin 2:5 years, ending 1809, 4,297,980
Bns landed at that port ; of these 1,219,
--3 were "trealcsl.oared for.relicvod or for
rded by,aml at expense of commissioners
emigration," and at least two-fifths of all
ist be non-producers, so far as augment
; national wealth. How absurd then for
Mr Johnston to assert, that 2,678,788 im
migrants, iv twenty-three years incorpora
ted into our population, save from al. >-
lute ruin tho grcsit mass of their fellow-cit
fllr. Johnston believes his own as.-, it <o-,
t "nothing hut i.i.migratiou saves us J
migration, laDor,population,ami rcsouri.ii
—alone vivify the country, alone 10 -
tain us," bow can ho reconcile hit own in
action in this regard as to Virginia, with
his patriotism? This vivifying stream dss-c-s
not How hitber, because, as tho commis
sioners state in their report, "the class (•
farmers ready to receive laborers is wanting
with few exceptions, in Southern districts,
whpro there are only great planters, whose
mode of cultivation hsis no attractions fb
tho immigrants. The Kurnpeau immi
grant detests to work in gangs— his indi
viduality is, overlooked, his self-respcc
impaired, and he is viewed as a mere uni
in the mass. Therefore he seeks not the
planter, but the farmer." Has Mr. John
ston labored to removo these obstacles ? o
does not the political party in this Slate
with which he is identified, increase then
by viewing tho most valuable immigrant
—the Northern farmer—as a ey})hcr iv lb
mass ? So much (or his pauacea-immi
gratiou. Now, as to other arguments, il
arguments they can be ctiled, in favor o
his substitute. He seems to have studi
ously avoided any suggestion as to reduc
tion of tax on tobacco, in which directio
wo would cheerfully go with him to anj
limit which would not require the impost
tiou of other or higher tax on necessaries
He refers to Groat Britain as our model
What wcro tho sources of revenue la tha
CJtiutry during 1870 ?
Cil (storm .«0,ai6,500
Property tax 7,4C0,0ik)
I'oatofflce «,«50,0 I
Telegraph BMTlce 500,000
Crowu Laatla 379,001
Looking over these returns we fiml tha
excise taxes, exclusively levieil on spirits
fermented liquors, and tobacco, constitut
nearly one-third of the total. The loom
the anvil, and the plough, aro left free to
creato or manufacture necessaries, while
surplus capital and commerce aro put
under contribution. Yet this new light in
finance, points to Great Britain as hi
model, while he urges taxation of neces
saries and industry iv this form : "Massa
chusetts is a great manufacturing State. ° °
JJow, the cotton Msissachusetts converts
into bad calico is the product of the South
ern States ; tho wool is tho product of
Vermont and other Northern Slates ; Vir
ginia raises tobacco on her own soil. Why
should the Virginia article be incumbered
with a tax amounting to more than its
value, and the Masssichusetts articles pro
j tectcd ?" Passiug by this fling at " bad
calico," which shows that Mr. John ton's
spleen, and not reason or information, gov
erns his argument, we will ask him : Does
the manufacturer of calico at Petersburg,
Richmond or Augusta, or any other place,
pay any tax upon his productions or in
vestment, which the manufacturer in
Massachusetts does not ? or does the
manufacturer of tobacco iv New Yuri
or Louisville, pay any less tax
upon what he manufactures, than tlso same
article psrys at llichmond ? There is, as
he well knows, entire equality of taxation
and exemption—and sound policy as well
as sound philanthropy suggest, that as
a shirt upon the back is a necessity, whilo
the quid of tobacco in the mouih is rather
si di.-sadvsintiige, and certainly not a neces
sity, the taxation of tobacco is right
and tho exemption ol even bad calico is
also right. There is no tax upon lea
tobacco, or upon manufactured tobacco
ted abroad j while his model. Great
, taxes tho former heavily aud
tor oppressively, and so largely in
her customs and exciso returns, as
quoted. Great Britain, as well as
sited States, by their financial sys
mswer fully Mr. Johnston's- puerile
"Where is the propriety or justice
mpling the maunfucture of one
product.from taxation, and taxing
■?" Aud we recommend him to
jotomporaueous financial .statistics,
he agaiu essays to reform what it
ly apparent he does not understand,
really desires to benefit the tobacco
interest, he has utterly mistaken tho mode,
if his substitute is the plan he proposes ;
ansl he only injures his cause by such
argument as he gives us. "A plague on
such backing"—will say every tobacco
manufacturer who looks beneath the bath
on the surface of tho speech of Mr. John- |
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IIUTLKK'B BALSAMIC MIXTUKb) iv not a thing
Out yesterday, got up to gfeM the unwary aud pu'
Rtotey in the pockets of the peupfte tor, Hluis stood th*
tost of tune. Having L>. en Lsi thu market ovor thirty
yearn, iv wry name wtl n call to many who aro now
tho respected heads of fuinilicH, ih- halyijn days of
their youth, with all joji mid torrowa; it id still
I tbe same; iufatiat-Ie iv itx operation; a specific runs-
To whom itMsiy Concern :—Thu undersigned, Win
T Alkius, i.t lliiyilti.ii, Mecklenburg co, Vu, hereby
gives notice of his appoiutinout assignee of tbs i
esUtte of John Rogers, of Muckleublirg county, Va,
who was on tin-271)i ol September, 1870, adjudged
a bankrupt upon bis own petition by the llistrict
court of ssifd district.
Dated at Uojdlon, the Ist day of February, 1871.
Is S—M3w W.M T ATKINS, As-igme.
IN TIUI liISTKICT uoukt op iiik united
I STATUS, tor tbe District or Viririnia.
In the mutter of It. Iv. Chandler, liunkrtipt—in
District of Virginia, en:
Mi tii- is fti-i-.-liy given tliat a last general meet
ing Ot the creditois of the said K. K. Chandler
bankrupt, f.,r the purpoae 0I declaring a dividend,
will Le helil at Richmond, at tho office ol W. W.
Forbes, Krister in bankruptcy, In Mid district, on
Thursday, Ihe 23d day of February, 1871, at 10
o'clock A. M., iv accordance with the provislonml
lliu 27th and 28th suctions of the Bankruptcy Act ol
Mar. h 2nd, 1807.
Dated at Kutboi'Kleo, the 2d day of F. bruury, 1871
fe J-gt H. A. KICKS, Astigneo.
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I Taken internally, should bo adulterated with milk
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! 108 PBIHTIMU KXMCOTED IN THB PINJ6BT
I V Hty U at THJI OJrTIOIft.
i l.ankruptcy vu issued against tho estate of
.( H. Pollock, of lb mi. i ti—al|, and Plate
t i Virginia, who has been alji. lged a Baukrnpt
on his own petition:—That the payment of any
and the delivery of any property belonging to
iikrupt, to bim OT for his am, and the trans
fer of auy jiroperty by him aro forbidden by law:—
Thai a meeting of the creditors ofßfiid Bankrupt, to
i re [In ir debts, and ohoOMOM or more assignee*
• >t hit estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy
to be bolden at Richmond. Va., before W. W. Forbes,
Register, on the 20 th day of February, \H*l,
I I That on the 2Sth day ot* January, 1871, a
I warrant in bankruptcy was it-sued agitinst tbe es
tate of Wni. D. Be'den, Jr., of llentico county, and
State of Virginia, who has boon adjudged a bankrupt
oa his own petition:—That the payment of auy
■ U Ms, and tho delivery of any property belonging to
•aid Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans
fer of any property by him are forbidden by law : —
That a meeting of the creditors of said baukrnpt, to
provo their debts, nnd choose ono or more assignees
of his estate, wilt he held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Fori***,
Esq., Register, on tbe SOtft tiny of February, I*7l,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Ja H Tut* U. 8. Ms.rsb.al.
riMIIS ISTOGIVE NOTICE:
A That on tho USth day of January, A. I>. 18*1, a
warrant iv bankruptcy was issued ngainst tin* estate
i Uvi Stern, of Caroline county, aud Btato of Vir
sjniov wlto heß been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition:—That the payment of any debts, aud the
i iiv,<ry of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for his use, aud 1 1.<> transfer of any
t roperty by kirn, are forbidden by law:—That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
their dehts, and choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
ii ilden at Biehmoud, Virginia, bolbrfl W. >V. rotfe I,
Esquire, Register, on tbe 20th day of February, A. D.,
IS7I, at lb o'clock A. M. D. B. PARKER,
Ja3l— Tu3w U. 8. Marshal.
'■MILS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:
That on the Btth day of January, 1871, a
nrftjnt iv bankruptcy was issued against tho es
tate ol 8. Ullmuu, of Henrico county, State of
Va.. who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own po
tition: —That the payment of any debts, and thedelb
very of any proporty belonging to Mid Bankrupt, to
him or for his title, and tho transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law :—That a meetiug of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo their debts,
and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be bolden at
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Est)., Register,
on tho *Juth day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Ja 31—Tn2w U. 8. Marshal.
I f I "HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
X That on day of January, 1871, a wai
j rant in bankrupflsyPras issued against tho estate ot
A. l». Lowe, of Henrico county, and State of
Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition: That;the payment of auy debts, aud the deli
very of auy proporty belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and the transfer of any property ,
by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the j
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove his debts,
mid choose one or moro assignees of his estate, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at
Richmond, Va., bofore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Regis
ter, on the 20tB day of Febiuary, 1871, at 10 o'clock
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 31— Tu2w U. 8. Marshal.
101—Involuntary . j
! * I -1113 IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
A. That a warrant in bankruptcy haa been issued by
the saifl Court against the estate of L. Harvey A Co.,
j of Henrico county, aud Statu of Virginia, in said dis
j trlct, who have been duly adjudged bankrupts npon
petition of their creditors, and the payment of any
debts, and ihe deli-.ory of any property belonging to
! I iid bankrupts, to them or to their use,and the tiaus-
I fur of any property by them, is forbidden bylaw. A
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove
their debts, and choose ono or more assignees of their
•state, will beheld at a Court of Bankruptcy to bo
holden at Richmond, before W. W. Forboi, Esquire,
Register, on the2oth day of Fobruaty, A. I)., 1871,
at 10 o'clock A. M. \
J..3l—Tuttw U. 8. Marshal. j
; 107—Involuntary. '
[T. M. Logan et ale vs. J. 11. Woodcock.]
npH 13 IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
A That a warant in Bankruptcy has United against
Ihe estate ot J. 11. Woodcock, of Henrico county,
State of Va, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
the petition of his ciditors : —That tho payment of
nuy debts, and tho delivery of any property belong-
J ing to said Bankrupt, to him or lor his use, and
the transfer of any property by Uim are forbid
■ I- ii by law ; —That a meeting of tho creditors of Ihe
said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one
or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a .
court id' bankruptcy, to be huldeu at Richmond,
Vu., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the
2<Mhday of February, IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M.
f j—Thgw ti. 8. Marshal.
[Jsdnot Parks otals vs. E. ttoylo.J
'IMIiS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:—That a warrant j
A. in bankruptcy has boon issued against *ftftM
estate of E. Boyle, of Henrico co., aud State of Va.,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his creditors'
p**titiou:-That tho payment of auy debts, and thedkli
very of any proporty belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and the transfer til any property
by him are forbidden by law : —That a meeting of the
creditors of the said bunkrnpt, to prove their debts,
aud choose one or more ussignees of his estate, will :
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at
Richmond. Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register,
on the 20th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock
DAVID B. PARKER,
I RAW U.S. Marshal.
[Jno. B. Cooper vs. H, Jones, Jr.J t
rpHIJ [J TO GIVE NOTICE:
That a warr.uit in bankruptcy ;
has been Issued against the estate of 8. Jones, -ir., of
Hiiinco county, and State of Virginia, in said (lis- :
triet, wlio has been duly adjudged a bankrupt upon
Mtitioo of Ida creditors:—That tho payment of any J
.1 it i, aud the delivery of any property' belonging to
said bankrupt, to him or for his use.and thutraiihirr
of ;tny property by him, aie forbidden by law:—That
a meeiing of tbe creditor* of said bankrupt, to provo j
their debts, and choose one or more asstguees of his
estate will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be
holden at Hicbtnond, Va, before W. \V. Forbes, Esq , '■.
I .iih -oth day of February, l«71, at 10 o'clock, A. I
fe 2—Th2w ' V. 3. Marshal. |
Gluts. T. Sherry vs. F. M. Shetry.J j
ri-1113 IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
That a warrant in bankruptcy has issued
against the estate of V. M. Sherry, of Heurico coau- j
ty, mid State of Virginia, who has been udjudgod a
bankrupt oh the petition of his creditors :—That the
payment of any debts, ami tho delivery of auy pro- j
p ily b. bmging to said bankrupt, to him or for his
ii., nil the transfer of auy property by him, are
tot biwden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors
1 of said bankrupt, to provo their dobta,aud choose
on- at more assignees of his estate, will bo held at a
I Court ot Bankruptcy, to bo hohlou at Richmond, Va,,
: bet rrej W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20lh day
Of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. !
DAVID B. PAKKKR,
Tliat on the 7th ilay of January, ISTI, a
tut in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tate of R. 11. AvereU, of Mecklenburg county,
but State of Virginia, who ban been adjinlgod a
bankrupt upon his own petition: —Tlmt the
tot any debts, sjsM tlm delivery of
any property belonging to said bankrupt, to hiui
! i for his use, ami the transfer of any property
' by him uro forbidden bylaw: That a meetiug of the
Ltors of the taid bankrupt, to prove their debts,
| »nd rhtfose one or more sjugnees of bis estate, will
m at a court of baukrupt<y, to be luddun at
! Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Bag . Kugister,
j on the 20ui day of I'ebi nstry, 1871, at lit o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja3l—Tu2w U. 3. Marshal.
' | »Hl* 13 TO GIVE NOTICE:
1 That on the2flth day of January, IS7I, a war*
riiit in bankruptcy was issued against the estate el
Marin Gibson, of Culpepor county, nnd Btato ol
Virginia, who h:ts teen adjudged a bankrupt ou her
own potlUon:—That the payment of any fiobts, and
thedeliTery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for hi* use, and the transfer of any
Iwrty by him 'ire forbidden by law:—That a
Ling of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
r debts, and choose ono or more assignees of his
c, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
on at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq ,
star, on Lh«a\o.Q day of February, 1871, at 10
SMnSrW li. B, Marshal.
i L 49
Tint ou tho-ldSth day of January 1871, a
ant In bankruptcy waH issued agaiust the
c jji Otho Sutton, of tuckiugham county, and
• oT Virginia, who has been adjudged a oank"
ou his owu petition : —That tho paj meut
ly debts, aud tho delivery of auy property be
iug to said bankrupt, to him or for his use' and
transfer of any property by him, are forbidden
iW :—That a meeting of tbe creditors of waul
nipt, to prove ttso.tr debts, and choose one or
t Assignee* ol bbj estate, wilt bo held at a Court
nukruptcy, to beholden at Richmond, Va., be-
W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the SOUI day
diruary, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKKR,
t KHTGK REVOLVING CHRYBTAL FRVkMATIO
nut in bankruptcy was issued a-ainst tuo oststo
of John Page, of Clarke con: ty, end stele
-f \ugiiua. who lia, been adjudged a bankrupt on
hit owl petition:—That the payment ol aay<
mill tic delivery of any property b. longing to ran
bankrupt, In liisn ..r for Ids v ft, nnd the tiiisiHti so
»ny property Ly him are forbidden by lews—Thete
meet-In* ni iin- creditor* or said hniiimipt, to prove
their debts, an.i ebooee one or more eestgiieei of hi
0.-late, will lio hc-lil at. n court of bankruptcy to U
holden at the Register's ofllno in Alexandria, Va., bo
fore Lysander Hill, Esq., Register, on the 2Mb day
of February, IS7I, at 0 o'etock A.M.
DAVID 11. I> ARK Kit,
fo o—M2w V. 8. Marshal.
ri-iIUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: that ou Ihe S7tl
J day of January 1871, a warrant In bankrupt
cy waa issued againat tho estate of VVilllen
I). Ilartlett, of Frederick county, anil Hit* l
Virginia, who hiw been adjudged a baukrupt or
his own petition :—That Ihe payment of any debts
ami tho delivery ol any property belonging to i m
lisiiilsrupl, to hini or for his use. and tho transfer i-f
any proporty by him are forbidden by law :—Tbata
mating of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
their il-lits, ninl clini'iv niio or mora assignees ol
bis estate, will be held at a Court of D.-mki upli v,
to beholden at tho Register'soßc.* In Alexandria,
Virginia, before I.ysundor II ill,"Esq , Register, on
the 2sitk ds»y of I'ebrnray, 1871. at 9 o'clock A M
DAVID B. PARKER,
fa 6-M2w v. B. Marshal.
'I MIIS is TO GIVE NOTICE:
1 That on tho2stlidiiynr Juru ry, IR7I, a war
rant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate o
John Carpenter, of Prince Edward county, and Slat
or Virginia, who has boon adjudged a bankrupt oi
his own petition :—That the payment of any dolus
ami tbe delivery of any property belonging to sail
imi.liiupt, to him or lor his use, and tho transfer o
any property by him. are r vl i bidden by Ism:—Tlisit i
meeting ol tho creditors ot said bankrupt, to prov
their debts, and chos so one or nmro assignees of hi
estate, will ho bold at a Court ot Bankruptcy, to L
holdon at Richmond, Va., before \V. W. rushes, Bsq
Register, on tho 201 h dny of February, 1871, id tl
1 o'-.lock A. M,
DAVID 11. PARKER,
Ji3l—Tu2w U.S. Marshal.
r| MIIK 18 TO GIVE NOTICE s That on the Mb day
.1. of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
was issued against the estate of E. P. Wright, of
Amelia county, and Slate or Virginia, who has b*M
| adjudged a bankrupt on his own positem :—'that t'le
I payment Of any debts, and the delivery of an 1
i'l'T'-rly belonging to said bankrupt, to bin
I or for his use, and tho transfer of any pro
j petty by him, ant forbidden by law :—That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
I prove their debts, and oh**** smo or nioro MBlgn) i
I ol his esiato, will ho held at a Court of Bankruptcy
to he holden sit Blehinmid, Va., before W. W. Furises
Fs.|, Register, on the iotli day ol February, 1871, ut
DAVID 11. PARKF.R,
ja3l-Tu2w C.sV Marshal.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT V>V THE UNPTBD
■*BTATESfor tho District or Virginia
In the matter of John T. llnskinn, bankrupt—
I To Whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned, Wn
If. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby give
notice of bis appointment us assignesi of tho estate o
John T. Haskins, of Essex county, In said district
who was, on the 20th day ef Dec'hcr, 1870, adjndgoi
a bankrupt upon his own petition by tho Distric
Court of said district.
Dated Richniolid, January 21, 1871.
Ja 31-Tu3w Wat H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
IN TnE DISTRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia.
Iv the matter of George Franklin Hupp, Baukrtip
To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned, John
Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham coy, Va, here
by gives notice of his uppoiutment sis assignoo of tho
estate of (1. P. Hupp, of Shonandoithco., in said dls
trts-t, who was, on the 24th day or November, 1870
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tho Dis
trlet Court or said.district.
jaSH— TuSlw JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, tor the District of Virginia.
In the matter of James W. Peck, Bankrupt-—!
To Whom it May Concern . —Tho undersigned
John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Iwckingbam county
Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assignee of the estate of James W. l'eck, of Augusta
county, in said district, who was, on tho 28th day o
September, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis Owl
petition by tlieDirtlrict Court of said district.
JaSl—Tullw JOHN PAUL, Assignee
TN TDK DISTRICT COURT (IE THE UNITED
L STATES, for the District of Virginia.
Iv the matter ofßonjaniiu S. Van Pell, Imukrnp
j —iv bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—Tlie undersigned. Job
P.nil, of Harrisinbiirg, Rockingham on., Va , liereb
givsis notice of his appointment us assign** of tin- es
tate ol 11. S. Van Pels, of ttocktngbam county, in said
district, who was, on the 27th day of Sept., 1-7".
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the ids-
I trlct Court of said distriot,
JaSU-TliStw JOHN PAUL, Assignoo.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for Ihe Distrlcl of Virginia
In the malter of Fielding If. Joter, bankroll —
To Whom it May Ci.ni .< i n :—The unilerssgucd
Win. 11. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Vii-'inio, here
by gives notice of fiis appointment us assignee of tho
estate of Fiold ; ntt It. Jeter, ol Bedford co tsar, in said
distriot, who WU, On the 10th dssy ol Po.-.'l-c.r, IS7II, ad
judged a Is inks tipt on bia-owa petition hy the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871.
jaßl-Tn3w WM. H. ALLDERUIOK, Asslgueo.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
I STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
In tho matter of William 11. Picas, husik.upt—in
TO WHOM IT MAY CO.VCERN-
The undersigned, Wm. 11. Allderdice, of Richmond
city, Virgiuisi, hi-i-ei-y gives notice of his appoint
ment as assignee of the estate of Win.;;. Pre**, of
Bedford county, in said district, who was, ou tho
Kith day of December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on
Kis own patitioa by the Distriot Court of said His.
Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871.
J*Bl;Tn3w WM. 11. ALLDEItbICE, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia,
lv thu matter of William P. BaUai a, Bankrupt— I
To Whom it May Concern :—Tho nnderstgttfld, Wm.
II Allderdice, of' Richmond city, Va, hereby gives
notico of his appoiutmout as assignee ot the estate of
Win. P. Ballard, of Henrico county, In said district,
who was, on the 7lh day of Dee'oor, 1870, adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition by tho District Coin t
of saisl district.
Dated Ris-hiunit.l, JannftSf 21, 1871.
Ja ai-Tiolw WM. 11. ALLDERDICE, Assignoo.
TN tho District Cum tor the United States Tor tho
-*- District or Virginia.
In tho matter of John M. Clsrk, bankrupt—in
To whom it May Concern:—The nnderislgnod, Jacob
Colin, of Richmond city, Virginia, gives
otico of bis appointment as assignee of the estato
f John M. Clark, of Fluvanna county, Virginia, 1(1
aid district, who was, on the 6th day of Occsmlnr,
870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the
)istrict court of said district.
Dated Richmond, Jan. 21th, 1871.
ja24-law:iw JACOB COHN, Assignee.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
. States for the libit iid ot Virginia.
In tho matter of IVtil tor C. Csilluwsiy, Isvnkiupt—in
To whom it May Concern :—Tbo undersigned, J. P'
tarksdrtlo, of Patrick conniy, \ nginia, hereby gives
lotice ol his appointment as ossigueo of the estate
f Walter C. OaTtoway, franklin county, Virginia, in
said district.who has lioreti.'fs»re,heea ailjudgeda li.ii.k
upt on his own petition by the District court of said
Ja 18—W3w J. r. BARKSDALK, Assignee.
N THE DISTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED
x STATES, lor the District ol Virginia.
11l the matter orMurdock nowell, Bunkmpt—
v bankrupts y.
To Whom it May Coin i-rii :—The UDderstSTOtd. Jas.
[. Cairo* and William W. Old, or Norfolk, Va., berc
f give notice of their appointment us ussiguees of
10 estate of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk tosinty,
n said district, who was, ou tho 17th day of Dc
eiiri, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt onhh own po
tion by the District Court of Bald district. "
JAMES 11. CALItOW,
WILLIAM W. OLD,
TO NKW BAKKINO ROOM?,
.\o. IU North Tenth Street,
Detweou Main and Bank Bfroets.
(4MIONAL riIEKDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST
CiiARiERKD BY CONGRESS lIAKCII, 1666.
DBPOSITS rocelwl and PAYMENTS made dally
(excepting holidays) from o A. U, to i P. M.,
and on Saturday Evoniiigs from tl
to 8 o'clock.
INTEREST declared in March, July and November
on sll sums of FIVE (6) DOLLARS and upwards.
DUPOSITB r-nelvedef »IV« CENTS and upwards.
""" OUAIILkS SPENCER.
Aotiug Cashier. I
VALPUH.K REAL ESTATE IN 1 IIS COUNT! ES
"I RiiAKOHB, FIAIYDANIiMONTOOMBBY,
riirsiisint i„ an older of tho District Court of fh
United State* for tho district or Virginia, male i
the matter of W in field Price, bankrupt, we shall, a
assignees of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at th
Coiitt House door of loanoke county. Virginia,!
I town or Salem, on
KDNKSDAY, THI Bth DAY OF MARCH, 1871,
a! public auction, to tho highest bidder,
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
g in the counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mon
ginnery, belonging to the estate ol said bankru]
most of which is quite valuable, Bad land will 1
snl I Iree of all Hens and encumbrance*.
TBRMS—Oue-third of purchase money will bo ro
quired to be pah* li cash; residue in two equal iv
etalmi-uts ol six and iwcivo mouths, the purchase
giving bond, wi'h good personal security, for II
i i '■ nod payments, and tho title retained nntii th
purchase money is fully paid.
McKINSKY * BROWN, Assignees
j.i 38—2*w8w of Wuilield Price, Bankrupt.
I"OSTPONEME.VT.-Tlie above sale is postponed
until th« 17th APRIL, 1171. fell— td
•y-ALUABLK REAL ESTATE FOR si LB,
FRANKLIN COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Puiimant to an onler or the District Court of II
United Stales for tho District of Virginia, mode o
the I2th day of January, 1871, In the mailer of Job
8. Woods, bankrupt, I shall, us assignee of siid bank
rnpt, proceed to sell, at
FRANKLIN COURT-HOUSE, VIRGINIA,
at public auction, to the highest bidder, i n
THE Stii DAY OF MARCH, 1871,
th-snid bankrupt's Ufa interest In THREE HUN
DRED AND THIRTY-SIX (Haul AOK KS OF LAND,
lying in the said county or Franklin, ou Pig River.
Said hniil will be sold free of all liens and em nil
TKHII3 OF SALE—One-third of tho purchsiso
money Will ho required to be paid in cash ; the bal
ance iv two equal install ments of six and nin
months from tho day or sale, tho purchaser givini
bonds wish approved secniity lor the deferred pa
an I she title retained uulil tho whole ot t
irict Court n.r tlie District o( Virginia, upon pttl
Hon oi'cr- rUter's s ussnsol, I sins authorized to reoievo
pro poßnrs rur the entire stock ot
. BOOR a,
of slio sil.i.ive firm, doing business iv the city ot Rich-
Bond. The location is cue ol the best In the city,
and tho business has been a profitable one, books iii/t
--13 having bees csuised by circumstances ontßide'ot
l'ic legiriui.i,!o business of the house. Inventory ami
slock nay bo soen upen application to tho under
signed, viisi will receive proposals ror the period ut
ton days, at tlie expiratirn of which time tho damn
will tiexibmittod to creditors and afterward* to tho
■ ■ ill r lor iipproval.
! DAVIDB. PARKER,
'•' id—ld U.S. Marshal.
ffl>f I'IHST PREMIUM, cjf
IMPRSYED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
tl2 60 clear profit per day. $75 00 per week, two
per month m«do EASY by any LADY or GENTLE
MAN introducing this GENUINE and OIsIGINAL
OLD FA\OKIIE. With its many now and practical
additions, making tho most complete combination ot
valuable and useful improvements ever effected In
iv any one nnichiuo. The embodiment or' extreme
simplicity, efficiency and utility, cutis ely different in
model and design from any low priced machine. It
is the most serviceable,elegant and relinblo I'AMILY
SEWING MACHINE ever invonted, gives ported
satisfaction wherever introduced. Has received PRE
MIUMS, i-tood the test of 10 years, aud is fully ap
provedol by every family who have them in nso. Is
noiseless, make the strong and beautiful ELASTIC
LOCK STITCH, wilh wonderful rapidity and cer- j
lan.ly. Sews anything a needle will go through,
from the uneat to the thickest fabric, firm aud neat,
with case. Uses sill kiuds of silk or thread direct
I from the sjiool ;is improved with new self-acting
bed, spring tension, seli-guidcr, aisd uses the adjus
table straight needle, perpendicular motion, with
powerful lever action. Possesses all the good
til s of the best high priced macliins s contli n- ; .
aval --ut their complications or limit. BampteS'ol
- (ring SENT S REE en rrcoipt of stamp. Eur car-
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I asailed Iroe. A thorough practical sewing machiuo
fat l.imily u-ie.—"Tribune" A very strong and re
i.ible maciiino, at a low price.—"Standard.'' This
I beautiful sowing machine is one of tlss, most lage
uu-iis piecos of mechanism over invented.—"Demo
crat," Ga. Worth many times it cost to any family.
I — M N. Y. Weekly." His quite a now machine with
its many lato improvements, nnd Hews with astonish.
ink ease, rapidity mil lscsitness.—"Republican," N.Y.
Biigifl machlno, a* samploß, selected with care, for
tAMIIA' USE. with everything COMPLETE, scut
to any part of th© country per express, packed In
Elding wooden box, FREE,on receipt of price, $5 00.
Pare delivery of goods guaranteed. For.iu-d cash l,\
RKiilSrEKliD LETTERS, or P. O. MONEY OkllKlt,
at our risk. Agents wauled, male or ftnsii!.-, cvi s,
wlitre. New pamphlets containing extra liheraltn*
dm - uii-iils sent Ireu.
Address FAMILY SEWING MACHINE CO., Of
fi.se Sli Nassau street. New York. 067s—w If
'I Mil! IMPROVED
StNGl'li'. SEWING MACHINE,
Till! REST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
11l Sales indicate it; Durability and Popularity
provo it; Its Work c.nlisms it.
I ICIITY-SIX THOUSAND SKVEN HUNUIIKD.
AND EIGHT-ONE SOLD L4BT YEAR. '
NO OTIiKl: MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
must slan i ii| on its merits. Cull and examine It.
3i wiug Machiu.ia RKPAIRED.
SHAFFER * STRONG,
| p.XCELSIOR TOBACCO WORKS,
Dvbd Bibeet, Djsiwtis» SiiTn ami BiriXTS,
I CHOICE i.MOKING aud KIQ and TWIST CIIEW-
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i i.ililiirate* to bo round in this market.
J" 1.1-liu JAS tsVVEENEY.
liIVKIIV S :'.\ ItMOs.
I IVKRY, SALE,
HACK AND KXCIIAKGE .STABLES.
No. 710 Main Street, between Seventh and Eolith
■ aW SbS"" 1 "'' '
P.diulU, and alirayi ready fur immediate use. The ( /
EST Baking Fottder in the WORLD, and It WILL XMXP ( «
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to tbe uae of Housekeepers, Miners, Mariners, Emigrants, Is.,
■nd In In fact, In every respect, the BBBT YKA.ST PotY :>...;
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Manufactured by DOOLET &, BIN JTI n. I .
fo 14— eoJeowCeJi
VJ-IVt'ICK TO IIBIJI-sTt~LAW.-a family named
il GUIDOTcamc from Switzerland about thirty
years ago and settli.l I v ,s„ui. The last one of
tbo name, a young ! » supposed, died abont
uliio years sign. It;. ; riant to ascertain in win
of Virgiuia the said family lived ami died,
nod wliellior they loft uny heirs at law. Any par-
Boa who will luruish tho subscriber with tho noces
**r* Information aa to the residoueo uud deaths of
the Usii.'.is, triuiilv will be suitably rewarded.
CHARLES L. LUDWIO,
VicoCoiißul lor Bwcden and
Norway at llicliisioiiil, Va.
All isewsiiiipers in Virginia copying thin notl i
■'tiling tliss paper to me will be entitled todon-
Ido their advertising rates on usy in.living tlie in
formation neccs.sxsy. le 7 tlni
✓ jLD UOMINJO* BUSTKMS aOtitOH,
1-17 MAI.V BTUBET,
W ill oommenoe Qctobei Ist, 1870. Tuition only $40
for unlimited Itfptructfoils, Including all tho Depart
**- Olreulara nan U obtained at HMrnod'i
JJHIMK ROLL UUTTEIt,
For sale by
P!e-, owing d, the prciitittr nucl important re
which ihej -sustain, their peculiar organ Ire
lion, mim, Hi-, offices they perform, art* subject to
many sufferings. Freedom from these contribute In no
small degree to their happiness unci wolf.ro, for none
ran be happy who are ill. Not only so, bnt no 01,0
fjse various female complaints can long be suffered
rnn on without Involving tho general health of
tho individual, aan ere long producing permanent
sickness and promatnro decline. Nor is it pleasant
to consult a physician fur tho relief of theso fM
delit ale affections, and only upou the most urgent
necessity will a trie woman so far sacrifice hor great
est charms to do this. The sex will thmi thank ns
f->r placing in their hands simple specifics which will
be found offimcion", in relieving and cnrlng alraoM
every ono of those troublesome complaints pornlta
HKLtf BOLD'H EXTRACT OF BUOHU.—Hundreds
suffer on in silence, and hundreds of others apply
vainly to druggists and doctors, who either meret>
taiitaliy.e thot'i with the hope of a cure or apply
remedies which make them worse I would not wish
to assert anything that would do Injustice to the
afflicted, but I am obliged to say that although It
may be product d from exce.is.ro exhaustion of tho
powers of life, by laborious employment, WSwhole-
Nome air and food, profuse menstruation, the use of
tea and coffee, ami frequent childbirth, it is far ol
tener caused by direct irritation, applied to the niii
ruu meinhrene of the vagina itself.
When reviewing the causes of theno distressing
'inpluints, it is most painful to cowtemplute the ut
■ndontevila consequent upon thorn. It is but eiin
le Justice to the subject to enumerate a few of tho
many additional cause.! which so largely affect the
life, health, and happiness of woman in all clueees ot
society, and which, consequently, affect more or less
directly, tho welfare of the entire human family.—
Tho mania that exists for precocious education and
marriage, causee the years that nature designed for
corporeal developemont to bo wasted and perverted
in the restraints of dress, the early confinement of
school, and especially In the unhealthy excitement of
ho ball-room. Thus, with tho body half-clothed,
aud tho mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervert
ing in midnight rovel the hours duaignod by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruction Is bait
In consequence of thi3 early strain upon hor svs
tarn, unnecessary effort la required by tho delicate
votary to retain her situation in school to a later
dAj, thus aggravating the evil. When one excito
! went is over, another In prospective hoops the mind
morbidly sensitive to impression, while tho voW col
staut retrain t of fashionable dr«M t abnoltitf-ly fur
bidding the BVvrolse Indispensable to the attainment
and reteution fjtf prgtnie health and strengUi; the
exposure to night air; the sudden clumgo of temjw
rature, the complete prostration produced by IJSDNN
sive dancing, most, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage cafM tho cli
max of mUery, and tho unfortunate oue, hituor;<->
so utterly regardless of the plain dictates nnd rem
stranci dof her d.-lh ate nature, bocomei: an B
lug subject of medical treatment. This Is but a
truthful picture of th.- tiporiente of thousands of
oor young women.
Long before tho ability to exercise tho functions of
tho genoratlvo organs, they require an education of
tholr peculiar nervous fly-.tem, composed of what is
called the tissue, which i«, i common with t!i. R
m Ue breast aud lips, evidently uudet the control i*
noiital oinotii ns and asocial ionii ut an early period
of life ; anil, as wo shall subsequently see, these BjSjaS>
tions, when excessive, lead, long bef.ne puburity, |»
habits which sap the very life of their victim* ere
natnre has *ulf-c"».phded their development.
For Female vVeaknefs and Debllilv rt bites cr
Leacorrhcea, 300 Profuse Momm > Mhu, Exhaustion,
Too Long Continued Period* ProlapauH aud Bear
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foct bpeeific known : HiLatncLn'ti Compound Xx
tract orßuouu. Direction furus**, diet, and advice,
Females in every poriod of lifo, from iufouoy to •(.
trcnio old age, will find it a remedy to aid nature iv
tho discharge of Its functions. Strength is the glory
of raaubood and womanhood. Hklmdold's I*:xtxact
Bucuu is more strengthening than auy of the pre
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pleasant. HilmboliVh Kxtract Buchu, having re
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I lciana in the United States, is now offered to uffficlcd
1 humanity aa a certain cure for the following dJ esu sj
and symptoms, from wbatover cause originating
General Debility, Mental aud Physical Hop.,
Imboclllty, Determination of Blood to tho Head,
Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability j Kent
lessnoss and Sleeplessness at night, Abnoneeof Mus
cular Efficiency, T.osa of Appetite, Dyspepsia, gma
ciatlon, Low Spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis of
the Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the IToatt,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of a Nervocn ani
Debilitated state of the system.
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Dcscrlbe symptoms in all communications. Address
None are genuine