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TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. io. 1871,
Saluda, Middlesex, Co., >
J . the BJltor </ the. State Journal.
To-day, the Republicans of MMtßesei |
assembled in mass meeting for the purpose j
of nominating.- candidate to represent them
in the lx-gislature. The notice of this meet- I
ing and its object having been generally I
circulated for some weeks, we had a grand I
turn out of the party. The old court-house
vas tilled to overflowing, and its entranced
crowded with people anxious to catch the |
purport of what was being done. Karly in
the day, it was manifest that these pro
ceedings were attracting an unusual iv-
Among the Conservatives, their chiefs
of fifties, and captains of tens, with Bob |
Montague at their head, were out iv force
and evinced an earnest desire to see what
was going on, taking seats insole the house
and showing by their anxious looks that
something out of the usual order was about
ti-anspiring ; and as the sequel proves they
were not mistaken. Mlddlese_ is the
House of that anomalus compound, con
sisting of iron-side Baptism ami secession
1 "cmocarcy.
K. L. Montague, and as you may sup
pose, has always been considered perfectly I
i-afe for the whipping-posi and funding
till —the atmosphere breathed by this
Mighty leader, whose fame is-1
both of Church and State, it was \
thought, must surely nourish only Dem
i-cratic lugs; but our little Rohert of
t he Peninsula —like David of old —lias kill
ed with a sling the (ioliah of Middlesex; |
nnd you may herald to the world that
1 enceforth that county is Republican, and
10 the Hon. Robert Norton the credit is due.
I le has thoroughly organized and canvassed
tne county, and with his characteristic elo- j
ouence has charmed the people. Such is !
tiie revolution wliich lie has effected that
all concede the county will go for the Re
publican party this tall. The State will owe
a debt of gratitude to Robert Norton, which
Ilie party must and will appreciate; for
without his inlluence these counties,
•which have doubtful majorities, tjoold
I urely be lost to the Republican party. Rut
lor fear that I am taxing your columns too
) eavily I will conclude my letter by giving
■> on the result of the nomination. The
jlon. L. ('. Kristow was unanimously nom
inated, who, in the face of Montague _ Co.
fully and fairly met the issue, and identified
jiimself with the Republican parly and
"Jiant's administration, making one of the
J.appiestefforts in his li-S.
ile closed amid tumultuous and contin
ued cheering. Mr. Robert Norton was vo
ciferously called for, and forced to come
forward,'and, in a speech of more than an
four's length, warmed the dismayed L»c
luocracy by which lie was surrounded. I
1 are never seen such enthusiasm as he cre
ates among his own people. They follow
liim without a word of dissension, and if
bis health, wliich I am sorry to say is not
good, improves, his work will surprise the
natives. REPUBLICAN.
Republican Conven—on iv ~u***x«
J. H. VAN AUKEN, NOMINATED.
Sussex 0. 11., "l
October, 7th, 1871./
3\i the Editor of the State Journal.
The Republican nominating Convention
assembled at this place to-day. On motion
.if Mr. J. W. Raddon, Hon. W. N. Stevens
was elected chairman, and Samuel E. B.
On motion of "Mr. I'andon the chair ap
pointed a committee of five on credentials.
On motion a eoumiittee of three was ap-
Mr. Raddon moved that the Convention
do now proceed to an informal ballot for a
candidate to the House of Delegates which
resulted-as follows: T. _. Swain, 0; J.
H. Van Auken, 24.
On the regular ballot the same result was
reached, when on motion of Mr. l'addon
I nomination of Mr. Van Auken was
c unanimous,
lie nomination of county officers was
:eeded with, with the following result:
sheriff, Samuel _*. 15. Abbott; clerk
ourts, J, I). Thornton; county treasu-
Jolm \i. Jarratt; superintendent of
r, Alpheus 11. Wynne,
he committee on resolutions reported
following series of resolutions :
solved, That we, the Republicans of Sussex,
invention assembled, do hereby indorse ihe
cipltaof the Republican party as adopted by
convention wliich recently assembled at
imond; pointing with especial pride to the
essful administration of the aliairs of the
*ral government by President Grant, we are
nimously ill favor of his renomination to the
tion of Chief Magistrate of the United
■ solved. That we are in favor of an economl
administration of the financial atlairs of the
te; a liberal, full, and equal Interpretation o
jury law ; a rigid and impartial enfoivciucn
be free school and homestead provisions o
State constitution, and the abolition of tin
pping-jiost, the maintenance of which canno
■egarded by intelligent conim-'nities as othe
a the very essence of barbarism.
esolved, That we are united in support of Hit
jnost liberal system of immigration, believing
t vat to be the only means by which our deser
lauds may be utilized, and our waste places madi
io blossom.
Resolved, That this convention unanimously
jatify tho nomination of Hon. W. N. Stevens,
Ihe KepublieAn nominee for the State Senate,
v nd do hereby pledge ourselves Ui the support of
tne candidates nominated this day, at the polls
vi the 7ih day of November next.
On motion the resolutions were adopted.
The convention proceeded to organize
the county committee, as follows :
W. N. Stevens, chairman ; J. 11. Van
Auken, secretary ; J. W. -addon, Madi
son Wilbomc, Robert Boiling, Stith I _r
l.am, I'eter R. Harris.
A resolution was adopted requesting the
publication of these proceedings in the
Richmond State Journal and National
yirginutn.
On motion the convention adjournul.
IW. N. Stevens.
am'l K. Ji. Abbott, l'resident.
üblii-u HieiliiK iii Kimi and (tueen
unty.-Semltorial ft'ominution I '*»*-: ihiiu-iI.
_ Editor of the State Journal.
l mass meeting of the Republicans of |
g and Queen and King William conn- j
was held at Stevensville, Ring and
;en county, on the 3-th day of Septem
, 1871, to nominate a candidate to
resent the party m the next Senate ol
In motion, it was resolved that the
minuting Convention be postponed until
Wm. Thomas Lewis,
'Y.N. Carter, Chairman.
Secretary.
Train the Workins Power.
t may bo a very good thing for a boy to j
,c a gnat deal Of native talent, to bo no
among his acqu-intaricgs as "a very
art boy one who is sure to make his
ik in the world ;" but it is still a very
igeroits thing. It is a little curious that
seldom hear much of these remarkable |
(Tg m after lib. They generally sink into
\ery commonplace people at the very best;
ijnar they are wholly .-.poilnd by lnjudi
iis flattery in early life. No boy, how
r talented, will ever accomplish much
use working power is not well trained,
whatever liiie that work may be, he
st apply himself to it with an intense
■pose, a tireless industry.
m* Robert Reel was not a boy of brilliant |
to anything else. He was early drilled in
the art of extemporaneous speaking, and
when he went to the parish church of Dray
ton, he was called upon on his return, to
repeat all he could remember of tho ser
mon. At first tliis was very little, but,
by a steady perseverance, he at last came
to repeat nearly all the sermon every Sun-
No doubt those who listened to his burn
ing words in the halls of Parliament, and
were astonished at his wonderful memory
iv recalling point after piint used by his
opponents, considered this a remarkable
gitt of nature; but ho knew to whom he
j was indebted for the ability.
It is astonishing what can be accomplished
by constant repetition, and how easy this
repetition makes any task. No matter how
hard it may Seem at first, keep at it, and
the difficulties will all vanish. Strive to
excel in your business, if it is only cleaning
knives; but always keep your eyes open
for the bpst situation you can procure. Hy
being "faithful in that which is least," you
arc qualifying yourself for something better
and higher. "Unto him that hath shall
more be given."— Presbyterian.
An Editor lv Heaven.
Such is the caption of an article which
has been going the rounds of the papers for
| some time, and which appears to oe some
thing new under the sun. Just as if edi
lors were not in the habit of going to hea
ven. We'll venture to say that a greater
portion of them go to that home of those
"who havo performed their mission of mer
cy on earth, than any other profession or
calling that poor mortals fill.
Once upon a time, after the demise of a
member of the "corps editorial," he pre
sented himself at the gate of the Holy
City and requested admission. The door
keeper asked him what had been his occu
pation on earth. He replied ho was an ed
itor. "Well," said the watchman, "we
liave a crowd of your kind here now ; and
they all come in as dead-heads. If you
can pay your passage, you can come in ; if
not, you must put yourself under the con
trol of a personage you ruled down below,"
(meaning the devil). Not having the where
withal to go in, our brother of the "quill
and scissors" posted off and presented him
self at tho entrance of Pluto's dark do
mains. A very dark complexion gentle
man stood sentry and in a gruff voice, said:
"Who comesV"
"An humble disciple of Faust," was the
calm reply.
"Then hold on. You shan't be admit
ted !" exclaimed the gentleman in black,
evincing considerable agitation, and fiercely
scowling upon liitn.
"Why not?" demanded the typo, who
began to Rut mad, ami looked around for a
"sheeps toot" wilh which to force an en
trance.
"Well, sir!" replied his sable majesty ,
"we let one o.' your profession in here
many years ago, and he lias kept up a con
tinual row with his delinquent subscribers ;
and as we have more of .that class here than
any other, it will he impossible to allow
you admittance."
I- says that the other day a little
;11 known bank officer in Wall
his purse while coming from
k, and a stranger, seeing his
paid his railroad fare, three
■■ boy, thanking him, said: "If
I me your name I will bring it to
row."
persisted, saying his father never
i to go in debt."
iOt give you my name, replied
ian, "but I live at No. —, on
morning the door-bell rung at
and our little hero told the
cant his errand,
c are several in the family."
twisted on his heel, and alter a
tight it, and turning over its
aid, pointing to one :—" That's
'lease give him these three cents,
ii that the boy who borrowed it
i yesterday left it to pay his
iciples he has now he will be a I
FA.SHIONS,
Ton, ladies !
;jttehick's patterns
at tne old established agency,
. 893 Main Street,
OYPICB OF THB
IWIi SEWING MACHINE.
EST STYLES JUST RECEIVED.
TROPOLITAN for September.
its J. F. McKENNET.
now on hand a large and superior
I, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM
c most exjierienced workmen, of aea
lials.
I all iv need of lhst-clasß
xITURE AND MATTRESSES
our stock before buying. We cannot
d in the State.
Governor street, Kichmond, Va.
ANKBUPT NOTICES.
TS TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
1. UNITEDSTATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the matter of John Walter Scott, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
Emuict Crump, of Kichmond city, Virginia,
hereby gives nolice of his appointment as
assignee uf tiie estiile of John Walter Scott, of
King William couniy, in said district, who was,
on the 17th day of August, A. I)., 1871, adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition by the District
court of said district.
Dated Richmond, September 8, IS7I.
( -WSw EMMET CRUMP, Assignee.
T N THE DISTRICT "COURT OF THE UNI-
J. TEL) STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
_i the matter of Philip T. Sottons, ban-
rtrpt—ln bankruptcy.
I To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
W. 11. AUderdlce, of Richmond city, Virginia,
1 hereby gives notice of his appointment as a-sig
ajfoaii of the estate of Philip T. Sutton, of
I Kichmond city, iv said district, who was, **n
the 10th day of August, IS7I, adjudged a bank-
I rtipt on hi* own pernio- by the District Court of
•aid district.
_ Dated Kichmond, September S, 1871"
W. H. ALLDERDICE,
TN THE DISTRICT COI RT OF THE UNI.
L TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia. ' „
In the matter of R. H. Maury - Co. vs. Serrill,
Flash _ Co., bankrupts—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
William Wagner, of Kichmond city, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment a* a**lg
ueeof the est'ile of Serrill, Flash _ Co., of Rich
mond city, In said District, who were, on the »lh
day of August, 1871, adjudged bankrupt* by the
Di»i ri»t Court of said district.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
Hy 111icll k Son,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh, between Main and Bank street*.
k SSIGNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
_ VALUABLE SUBURBAN FARM ON Till. '
MEADOW BRIDGE EOAD ABOUT 1«
MILES FROM THE CITY OF RICHMOND ]
Byvirtueofan order of iho District Conrt »1
the United States for the Eastern D-triot ot Vlr
glnla, entered October 7th, IS7I. in the matter of
A. F. and J. D. Mosby, bankrupts, the under
signed, Francis _. ts-eil, assignee of tin* mid
bankrupts, and .Tames L. Apperson, ii-u-ii'*- In *
deed of trust given by Hie said A. F. and .1 D.
Mosby, will "ell at public auction, upon II"- l-i' -
raises, on
FRniAY, THE 27m DAY OF OCTOBER, 1871,
at 11 o'clock AL, thai VALUABLE FARM loca
ted as aliove stated, surrendered by said bank
rupts in their schedule, containing
FIFTY-FIVE ACRES OF HIGHLY IMPROV
ED LAND,
a large portion of which is set in strawberries,
raspberries, and other small and large fruils.
1 In* improvements consist of an excellent
DWELLING-HOUSE and all necessary out -
houses, In good condition. This land is sold frit'
from all Incumbrances.
TERMS—One-fourth in cash ; and lhe resale.-
In 0, 12 and 111 months for negotiable notes, wilh
interest added at the rate of six per cent, per
annum, and the title retained till the whole pur
chase money Is paid nnd a conveyance ordered hy
the court.
FRANCIS T. ISBEI.L, Assign.*.*.
J. L. APPERSON, Trustee.
By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k sM(i Mitrs AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN
KING WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
In compliance with a flecree of the U. S. Dis
trict Court tor the Eastern District of Virginia.
of date the 7th day of October, IS7I, we shall of
fer for sale at public auction, in front of the P.
S. Court-House, In the city of Richmond, on the
ROTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., that valuable farm, containing

i TWO HUNDRED AND ONE AND A HALF
ACRES OF LAND,
near Mangohlck, with dwelling and out-house-*
Tbrus—One-third cash ; balance on a credit of
C and 12 months, with interest at tin; rate of six
per cent, and title retained until tho whole ot II
inir.iu- c money is mid.
1 W. T. DOWNER, Trustee.
' EMMET CRUMP, Assignee.
oc 10—2awHw
BAin-RUPT NO.ICES.
._..— 4 0 74 "~
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE VH
J. TED STATES for the Eastern District
Virginia.
In the matter of Apolus Boutwell, bankrupt—
j bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va, thentli day of October, IS'
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take nolice, that a petition has been pi
.■. u'.ed to the Hon. .(ohn C. Underwood, judge
lhe said District Court, iv B-nkTUptcy,
Emmet Crump, assignee of the estate el sa
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging
said bankrupt, free from all liens and encin
brances thereon.
Thisistogive notice to nil persons interest*-,
i that in tonus of said petition an order has been
issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all persons
who may be Interested in said estate, to appear
before W. W. Forbes, Register, at his ollice, iv
the said city of Richmond, on the lmh day ol
October, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such an ordershould
not be granted. EMMET CRUMP,
OCIO—T-W Assignee.
I HIS IS TO RIVE NOTICE—That on the'—llh
day of Sept., 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy
i issued out of the District Court of the Uni-
States for the Eastern District of Virginia,
inst the estate of Pembroke S. Games, of Lou ■
n county, nnd State of Virginia, who has band
udgcd a bankrupt on his own petition; that
paymentofnny debts, and the delivery of any
perty belonging to said bankrupt, to
i or for his use, and lhe transfer of any
perty by him, are forbidden by law; that
leeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, io
ye their debts and choose one or more assign
of his estate, will be held at a court of btuik
itcy, to be holden at the ofllce of tl.e Reg
•r, In Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill,
1., Register, on the 4th dayof November, 1&71,
J o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
aUHS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—Thai on .he
3d day of Oct'r., 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued* out of the District Court of Ihe Uni
ted States for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of Sandford Gnlick.
I of Londoun county, and State of Virginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition; that the jiayment of any debts, and the
delivery of ttny property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, aud choose one or more as
signees of his estate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of the reg
ister in Alexandria, Va., before Lysaiulor Hill,
Esq,., Register, on the 4th day of November, I*7l,
° ° DAVID B. PARKER,
rTUHS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—Thai an the
JL day of , 1871, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was issued out of the District Conrt of the
United States forthe Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of George W. Myers, of Loti
\ doun 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 use, and the transfer of any pro
perty by him, are forbidden by law:—Tha* a
meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts aud choose one or more assig
nees of Ids estate, will be held at a court of bank
i ruptcy, to be holden at the office of the register,
I In Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill, Esq.,
register, on the 4th day of November, 1871, at 0
o'flock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
TN THE DISTRICTCOURT OF TIIE UNI
i. TED STATES, for tho Eastern District of Vir-
In the matter of H. A. Richards, bankrupt—
in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va , the 20 th day of Sept'r, IS7I.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. John C Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Win.
11. Aliderdice, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
bankrupt, free from all Hens and encumbrances
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in terms of said petition an order has been
Issued by the Judge aforesaidi for all persons who
may be Interested in said estate, to appear be
fore W. W. Forbes, register, at his ottl***, iv lhe
said city of Richmond, on the 15th day
of October, 1871, at 10 o'clock A.M., andshuw
canse, If any they have, why such an ordershould
not be granted. WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
80 26 T2w Assignee.
2li4—Rev.
TXISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
J./STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
2b all whom it may concern, (irteiituj;
Notice is hereby given, That, on the 12th day of
September. 1871, the store, fixtures, molasses, spir
its, counter, *c, at Petersburg, claimed by J. W.
Harwell, and valued at »400— were seized by the
Marshal of the United States for said District as
forfeited to the use of the United States, and the
same ts libeled and prosecuted in this conn in I In
nameof the United States, for eonilemnniinii un
file causes In said libel pet forth, and thai -u-l
cause will stand for trial at the court-room In the
city of Richmond, on the 14th day of October,
1871, next, when and where all persons are warn
ed to appear to show cause why condemnation
should not be decreed, and to intervene for then-
Interests.
Dated September 29, 1871.
DAVID H. PARKER,
** 29—10t U S. Marslu.l.
IIS TO GIVE NOTICE :— That on the
day of Sept'r, 1871, a warrant in bank
vas Issued out of the District Court of tin
Mates tor the Eastern District oi Virginia
the estate of John Younger Martin, .0
• co., and State of Virginia, who has beei
d a bankrupt on. his own petition :_Tha
ment of any debts, and the delivery o
....perty belonging lo said bankrupt, lohlm
Ids use, and the transfer of any property
, are forbidden by law : —That a meeting
?roditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
nd choose one or more assignees of his es
ill be held at a court of hankrupU'y, to be
at the office of tho register, in Ru-innuml
fore W. W. Forties, Esq., register, on thi
of October, I*7l, at In o'clock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
se 19—T-W U. S. Marshal.
I WADMY DAVIS, or Ashland Townshir,
•J . respectfully —nnonneea himself a CAMiI
X_H.|
at 9o
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIONEERLNO, <fcc
No. 1014 Main Streett,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, AC.
I*- MONEY LOANED UPON CITY REAL EST ATE JM J
PartMs Imviny fund, to loan upon City Real Estate (paying them TWELVE PER CENT. PER ANNUM,) would find it to their interest |o rive
KRAND CLOSISIO OUT SALE OF
LOIS IN HOLLADAY S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF lUt'HHONl), TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY*
OK NOVEMBER, 1871, AT FOUR. O'CLOCK P. M.
1 ERMI -Twenty Dollars rush ; balance in 8, 0, !> and 13 months' time.
— - EjGH STRE £ L
, , , , , * ajaTBTiT| a jili'sl »"» • »*|»|» "p 5 * f"j
t 1 ,i M I 7 8 9 INll.Kk ; - ■: I « « J •«.«,. »f- 8 * 5 * j' |" »{ * ° i, - . "' *\* "' ' ; ' '
f ' 0/,,^O,v 0 " no.. § _•_£" A11< "*" ToS-eet Wide. ho.:, no..
&0 19 mil ImiMttviltiH g 20 10! 1*17 16 10 I*! 18 13 111 20 1» IS: tfjde! Iff II Ml: M J*
PLAN *°<ft~ ? "--^ 2 ! 8 4 i 5 ' 1 7 8 9 10 " " 13 " p "'" ''
EQllM&y Addition ~""~^^<_^T-^k!^
a ft of MwmxQwm. v^^-^^-.----
May l$tk,1871.
a> Surveyors.
I AM NOW OFFERING THESE LOTS AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH UNTIL PAY OF
SALE. LOTS SO WELL SITUATED IN A RAPIDLT IMPROVING PART OF THE CITY AND IN A GOOD NETTIBORHOOD, _c,
ARE SELDOM OFFERED ON SUCH EASY TERMS ANI) AT SUCH LOW PRICES. Apply to
E. 11. NEW-URN, No. 1011 Mai-Street.-
By <t.hl>i's k \VHlimni-, Auctione**."-.
A VERY VALUABLE FARM DI CAROLINE j
fn compliance wilh a decree of lhe United Sla I c*
Court for the Eastern Dlsliict of Virginia, of <>•■-
--tober 7, 1871, in the matter of John T. lloutwll, |
liMiil.-i'iipl, I will sell at auction, clear of all liens }
and i-iiciunbraiu'es, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3IJTH, 1871,
at :: ./clock P. M., in front of the United States
I'-Mii-t llouse, in iliecily of Richmond, that, val
uable tract of improved land, known as ''.laek'.N
Hill," coulainii.g
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
situated in Caroline county, Va., within B few
miles of the Rappahannock river. This i.s one ol
' lie most .-.tractive places ever offered for sale by
order of the Bankrupt Court.
The bankrupt's Interest (being a reversionary
one! In his mother's estate.
Teiims—One-third cash ; balance on a credit of
6 and 11! months, the purchaser to give notes with
Interest at six per cent added, for the deferred
payments. The title lo be retained by the as
sifi'uee until is:lid notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
By Grubbs „ Williams, Auiii.mi'er.-.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE FARMING LAND- IN KING
AND I.IUEEN CO., AT AUCTION.
In compliance wilh a decree of Ihe United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of December 16,1570, in the matter of S. S. Grcs
ham, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, clear of all
Ileus and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER .10th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P M., in front of the United State*
Court-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
lowing .
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND, viz:
No. I—"Fleetwood," containing 401) acres, silua
ted near Newtown, in King and <lm-*-n
county, with buildings thereon.
No. 2—Contains 1111 l acres, with buildings ilcf
on.
These farms are depirablA and should attract
tho attention of buyers. Full description will b*
given on day of sate.
Tfb_s—One-third cash ; the balance on a credit
of fi and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes
with Interest at six per cent added, for the de*
fcrred payments. The title to be retained by the
assignee until said notes aro paid. ■
oc ll—-tw3w Assign- • i
By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
BANKRUPTS' INTERESTS IN A TRACT OF
LAND IN LOUISA COUNTY, VA , CON
TAINING 319 ACRES, AT AUCTION. i
In compliance with decrees of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, of June 21, 1871, and October 7, 1871, In
the matters of J. H. Hester and-I. L.Hester,
bankrupts, I will sell at auction, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3(lth, 1671,
at 3 o'clock P. M., In front of the United States
Court-House, In the city of Richmond, the fol- I
towing interests in a tract of
THREE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN At i; I-S
of land situated in Louisa county, Va. : One
third of one-seventh of :ii!) acres of land; also,
one-third of oue-ueventh of 318 acres of land.
A full description of the land will be given on I
day of sale.
Terms—Cash. AVM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
oc I) ——iwltw Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
TWO VALUABLE FARMS IN SUSSEX CO.,
In compliance wilh a decree of the United 1
Stales District Court for the Eastern District of I
Virginia, of December IS, 18*0, in lhe matter of
llenj. F. Harrison, bankrupt, I will sell at auc
tion, clear of all liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1.71,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United State*
Court-House, iv the city of Kichmond, that
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
i-oiitaiuf ng B*o acres, near Ni-wvillo church, Sn*
sex co., Va., wilh dwelling and out-houses, in lair j
condition, tpereon. Mi", Harrison now reside* on j
Uiis farm.
_.v*. -
A SMALL '111 ACT, containing tl acres, situa
ted near the above.
Full description of these tracts will be given on
the day of sate.
Taa-s—One third cash; Ilie balance on a oredll
of b and 12 months, with interest at six per cent
I per annum added, from day of sale; the purcha
ser to give notes tor the deferred payments. The
title to be. retain.-d by lhe assignee until said
notes ate paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
joe a—-i-Aiiw Assignee,
DYE WORKS.
rpilE oldest:'
Till; LARGEST!!
AND TIIE REST!!!
DYE W O RKB I N A M ERICA
Arc the STATEN ISLAND WORKS, New York
The Souther* Ollii :• and Agency la al
PREMIUM CLEANING ESTAIILISHMENT,
Nil. 730 Main street, bel. Seventh and Eighlh,
ASSIGNEE^AIES.
No. 4242.
By Grnbbs k Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE ACRES
UFLANDINKINGANDUUEKN COUNTY,
AT AUCTION. |
In compliance with a decree of the United
Elates District C-iurt for the Eastern District of
Virginia, of Octolier 7, 1871, In the matter of Jos.
Biownley, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, clear
.it all liens and encumbrance*, ou
I
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3oth, 18T1, |
at 3 o'clock P. M, in front of the United Slates
I 'onrt-lfouse, in the city of Richmond, |
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY ONE ACRES
of land, situated near Newtown, King and Queen
county, wilh dwelling and out-houses ihereon. t
The bankrupt's LIFE INTEREST In 266 acres
< of land in same county.
Full descriptions of the above will bo given on |
day of sale.
Terms—Ono-thlrd cash; balance on a credit of I
il and 12 months, the purchaser to give note* with
interest at six per cent added, for the deferred
l>ayments. The title to bo retained by tho assig- !
nee until said notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
oe ll—»aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs & William*, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
ONE HUNDRED ANI) NINETY ACRES OF
LAND IN ESSEX CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, of April 4,1871, in the matter of R. T.
Shackelford, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., In front of the United States
Court-House, in the city of Richmond,
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES
of land In Essex county, wilh dwelling and oth
er buildings thereon, situated near Paul's X
Roads. Sold clear of all liens and encumbrances.
A full description of the property will be given
on the day of sale.
Terms—One-third cash; the balance on a credit
of 6 and 12 months. Interest at six per cent add
ed, the purchaser to give notes for the deferred
payments. The title to be retained by the assig
nee, until tho said notes are paid. . I
WM. H. ALLDERDICE, I
oc B—2aw3w Awngnee,
By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
SS 1-3 ACRES OF LAND NEAR TREVIL
IAN'S, LOUISA CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
0
Iv compliance with a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, of October 7,1871, in the matter of Wil
liam J. Walton, bankrupt, I will Bell at auction,
clear of all liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United Stale* |
Court-House, In the city of Richmond,
238 1-3 ACRES OF LAND
near Trevilian's, Louisa county, Va., with com
fortable dwelling and ont-houses thereon.
A full description will bo given on day of eale.
Terms—One-third cash; the balance on a credit
of li and 12 months, Interest added at six per cent
per annum, the purchaser to give notes for the
deferred payments. The title to be retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc il—2awSw Assignee.
No. 123—Invol.
i By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEEB' SALE OF
VALUABLE LANDSTN ESSEX COUNTY,,
VA, SITUATED NEAR THERAPPAHAN- f
NOCK RIVER, AND AMONG THE MOST
DESIRABLE LANDS ADJACENT THERE
TO, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
Suues District Court for tho Eastern District of
Virginia, of Octolier 7, 1871, In the matter of
Mary L. Andrews vs. Albert G. O'Neale, bank
rupt, we will sell at auction, clear of all Hens !
and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER SOtm, 1871.
at 3 o'clock P. B—, In front of the United States
Court-House, In the city of Richmond, the fol
lowing
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND, •
near Lloyd's, Eieex county, Va.:
No. I—3S7 aeros, known a* "Lindsay Hall •"
No. 2- 26U acres, known as "Munday's."
No. 3—160 acres, known a* "Chepultepec."
No. 4—26 acres, known as "Upshur's."
No. i—o7 acres, known as "Brown's."
The first four tracts have dwellings and other
out-houscs; land Improved, orchards, *Vc. Tract
.'■ is unimproved.
Full description of these farm* will be given on
the day of sale.
Tbrks—One-third cash; balance on a credit of
('. and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes will
interest at six per cent per annum added, for th
deferred payments. The till* to be retained by
tin* assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
W. C. LATANE,
oc 9—2aw.lw Assignees.
4256
IN Till-: HISI Kill- COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District ot
Virginia.
In the matter of E. F. Anderson, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy..
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
J. A. Smith, of Richmond olty, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment a* as
signee of the us tat* of E. F. A inlei son,of King Wm.
connty, in said district, who was, on the Ist day
of August, la7l, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
pefition by the lUstrict Court of said District.
Dated Rlch^.A^,^^^^
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South Carolina. Georgia and Florida.
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CHANDLER, MORT-N - SHIELDS.
CTRCU.S AMD MENAGERIE
FOR THE Bia SHOW I I !
MM OM r
i MENAdERIF., < AKAVAN, MI'SEUM AND
CIRITS
j Thnl will Visit the Southern State* till. WinteY.
nagerie and Circus, on his
-RAN- ANNUAL Tl! I FMPII AI. TOUR
through all the So_thern State* with
TIIISEK MONSTMIt I'AVI I.IOXS
On*' exclnsively lor the Museum,
I Another expn--.sly for the Menagerie and Cura-
The third devolisl to ih» I'qucslrian Entertain
ments.
All adjfinins and connecting together, but.
I
ONLY ONE I'KTCE OF ADMISSION
and one ticket admit* yon 10 the entire romMna
I Ron-Menagerie, Caravan, Museum and Qtaea*.
The onfy real real Mejjngei i.-, Mit-cuni, Cara
van and lirei-chiMl Circus on ilu- road.
twnir-nnt <:ei.n akii i iiimson caoes
drawn by beautiful matched cream and dappled
horses—all the Circus rotfnuc—Jarjekt
and be*l parade ever seen on lhe
public -.in trte.
Fill It M-NSTEfI MM Ml SEA LION*:
Willi their young PLATYI.m'NriIVS LEON
ENTJS.orSEA ELEPHANTS, wil-inane em I
like forest monarchs, requiring over two hun
dred pound.-, ln-sii ii-h daily for their snort*
twice—tie only one* on exhibition in the world,
and can be seen lo this Menngeil*- at all hours,
sporting iv an artificial Lake of Ocean Waler
A WILD TARTARIAN MONSTER YA*
from the Deserts of Tartary, wilh long,'bosutj
Is triumphaml.v i.i.,. ... | m ~i..l •>> ill po.--ilr.-: I-
exhibit a;
RICHMOND FOR THICK DAYS ONLY,
WEDNESDAY,
TiIURSDA'.,
AND FRIDAY.
October nth. i Si hand i.tih,
ONTHI-: Ltii i.oliM-.K OF SECOND AND
TVli'l con found thi • - ■i:-.-:v.:ic organization With
other show bearing l *-* name ot Itobinsoß, for it
is in no way, »_ape..or.i_anuerconn«tedJwittl_ny
oi'eiiii.'i-*d tli* in, bill |l ' the o«|yorlg(hal
OLD JOHN KOIiINSON,
who has pvrni *l -nil managed shows for the pnei
fifty years, throng* tiie Southern country, and
ha* spout )uars ot' toil am! vat sums of luom-j
to biiiiglu- uioiwter
MLSEI.-I, .nEN.YOEKIi:, CARAVAN AND
CllttT
lo thehirh-Li. ■■' i" ■■rp-otion which il now r,
suraes.ilic
challenge cliiwtton bhow of the
world!
nil Arabian., 11 Wit Amlalusian, and tin
liicli-irc-'tli-d barb ol -te v. si-ris may be fuund
umvng the vast cull-;....- *■; euuiuce now uttiuli
i*l 10i1.i.-m*..!*-;. cfcl*ow,And I in' proprietor would
say to those*wh-t!o not rrtre to visit t lie e-hlbl
tions, ihut ill.* l..aimiiil portable stables which
. t.id.ed to the great Three-Tent-Show are
emeu al all -J-EEO
CIIARGE, and lie cordially hfvKS* evSrybedy t"
•all and nre-tho largest und ftneel assemblage
of Imported thej-ougli-biTil * irctts snick in Aui'-i:
ca, where every at hint lon ...ill*, shown them b*
the attaches oi' tin- exhibit', -jI
REMI'MHKR THE DAY AND THE DATE.
Ro not loi-t* t thai «■■■ ;***- Heroine with an av--.
laiiche ol lab nt. Waff for us. Cot we are coming
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
j> ii. Maury _ <:0.,
SI i *CX EXCHANOE a»u MONEY BROKERS.
lOHMais Stbeei', Ricii_o.vi>, Va.
We temfer our servi.es io holders of Vii-giui.i
! State Bonds, to fund lhe sauic for liit-iu uml* t
j the set of I'.oth March, 1871, ami will furnish any
; Information thereto, upon application, either iii
per-.*t ; or In
Bo:.. - i aili*' ds boughtaud
All I ill v. ceiveprompt
I anil best att* ailon.
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