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Tiedraiul Dulii* Ali.,«...i''hr Terrible C'alam-
Hy nt I lncaxo..Tlie llleitlon in Texa*.
Wasiiixoton-, Oct. KUli, 1871.
In anticipation of the arrival of the Grand
Duke Alexis, of Kussia, Democratic papers
here ami elsewhere are endeavoring to
raise a great hubbub over a supposed mis
understanding between Minister Catacazy,
the President, and Secretary Fish, and ar
gue that this misunderstanding is of so seri
ous a nature that it will greatly mar the
reception of the young Duke. This terri
ble misunderstanding exists almost entire
ly in the imagination of these writers fc
the Democratic press. Eveu were it true
that a coolness tlid exist between our (iov
.■l'limi'iit and'tin Russian Minister, so long
as Mr. CaUcazy is the accredited represen
tative here of the Russian government, just
long will he be treated with all the re
spect and courtesy due to his exalted posi
Extensive preparations are making for
the reception of the young Duke, both
hero and in New York, and the great and
friendly government from which he comes
will have no cause to complain of the man
ner in which this government will receive
and treat him during his stay among as.
While in this city, he will occupy the house
so long occupied as a residence by Minister
Cataca/.y, on I street, near Fourteenth.
The terrible calamity which seems yet to
lie devastating the fair city of Chicago i.s
almost the only theme of conversation here.
With the solitary exception of the great
lire in London in 1688, no such destructive
conflagration is recorded in history. Giving
all due allowance for exaggerated accounts,
fur under the excitement which prevails
there authentic details should not be ex
pected, the aggregate loss of property has,
no doubt, been larger than by any single
conflagration known in history. The people
of Richmond, who were so recently visited
by a little calamity, can and, no doubt, do
sincerely sympathize with the unfortunate
people of Chicago. _
Several of the benevolent societies of this
city have called meetings for this evening
for the purpose of raising funds for the Chi
cago sufferers. The Mendelsshon Quin
tette Club of Boston give ja concert at Lin
coln Hall this evening, the entire proceeds
of which will be forwarded to the Mayor of
The result of the Texas election has
taken no well-informed Republican by sur
prise. Like a great many other localities in
the South, (here were too many aspirant*
for office, and the result is that the Sfate
has been handed over lo the Democracy. —
In every district of the SI ate, save Conner's,
there were two Republican candidales for
('oiigress, and the only wonder is f hat the
Democratic majority was not much larger.
Without the Utmost harmony, the Republi
cans of tho South must look for such re
— reat Fires ol' Mihlpi'ii Times.
Norfolk, Virginia, was destroyed by fire
and cannon .January 1, 177 U. I'ropcrty
to the amount of $1,5011,01)0 was destroy-
Soon alter New York passed into the
hands of the British, September 20, 177U,
500 buildings were consumed by fire.
In 1811, December _G, the theatre al
Richmond was burned, in wliich the Gov
ernor and many leading citizens perished.
Six hundred warehouses, and property to
the amount of $.0,000,000, were de
stroyed by lire in New York, December 10,
April 27, 18, iS, in Charleston, S. C,
1,158 buildings were consumed, covering
145 acres of ground.
buildings were destroyed by fire. Loss,
Fifteen hundred buildings were burned in
Quebec May 28,1815, and in less than a
month afterward 1,300 more; in all two
thirds of the city.
July 19, 1845, in New York city, 302
stores and dwellings and $(!,000,0l)0 worth
of property were consumed.
June 12, 1848, the whole town of New
foundland was destroyed by fire, and (i,OOO
persons rendered homeless.
September !), 1848, in Albany, 800 build
ings, besides steamboats, piers, &c.; 24
acres burned over ; loss, $3,000,000.
. St. Louis lost 15 blocks and 2.1 steam
boats by fire, May 17, 1840.
July 0, 1850, in Philadelphia, 350 build
ings were lost by fire, 25 persons burned, 9
drowned, 120 wounded. Loss $1,500,500.
In San Francisco, May M to sth, 1851,
2,500 buildings were burned. Many lives
lost, and $.1,500,000 worth of property de
were destroyed by fire iv our Congres
July 12,1852,1,200 houses were burned
August 25, 1854, Damariscotta, Maine,
was entirely destroyed by lire. The same
day more than 100 houses in Troy, New
York, and a laigc portion of Milwaukee,
October 9, 1857, a great lire occurred in
Chicago; $000,000 in property destroyed.
July 4, 1805, the city of Portland, Me.,
was nearly destroyed by fire; ten thou
sand people rendered homeless; loss, $15,
--. ebruary 17,1805, the city of Charles
ton was almost destroyed hy fire, and
great quantities of military , and naval
THK GREAT .IKE IM LONDON.
This great lire, whose ruins covered
128 acres, cxtcndctl from the Tower to the
Temple church, and from the northeast
gate to llolborn bridge. It destroyed iv
tiie space of four days 89 churches, the city
gates, the Royal Kxchange, the custom
house, Guildhall, Sion College, and many
other public buildings, besides 13,200
houses, laying waste 400 streets. Over
300,000 people camped out after tho fire in
Islington and llighgate.
Concerning this tire Sir Christopher
Wren built a monument with this inscrip
'• This pillar was set Up in perpetual re
membrance of that most dreadful burning
of this Protestant city, begun and carried
on by ye treachery and malice of ye Popish
faction, in ye beginning of September, in
ye year of our Lord, ltiiiii, in order to ye
carrying on their horrid plot for extirpating
ye Protestant religion and old I'jnglish liber
ty, and ye introducing Popery and slavery."
This inscription was linally erased by
order of the Common Council January 20,
The Church of the Cam pan hi) Santiago,
was burned December 8, 1803, and 2,uno
persons perished in the Haines.
It will be seen from the above record,
that the conflagration in Chicago is the
largest which has taken place in tho world
since the great lire iv London in 1608.
Rally! DkMoG__._S. Rally!— Your
State is again invaded ? It is authentically
reported that three representatives of the
"Northern Scum" passed down the river
on Tuesday last, on the steamer Wawastt
for Westmoreland County to puicha.se large
tracts of land. Two of-aid gentlemen are
from Pennsylvania, and one from Wi.-cuh
;n. his said the}' propose to creel a saw
mill, grist mill, spake factory, and other
H..ik.-at an expense ol'between $'-'5,000
feet the princi- ;
pics, Rally! iMnocrney! Once more to
the Rescue, and, in the language of your |
great champion, Col. Baldwin, stop such
41 Devilish devices to stir up strife." —Lifce- \
mf~Onr of those hniuUoine M»re-raom-> In
St. Alban's hall, corner of Main and Third street*,
| his just been opened by our young friend, G. G.
Thomfsoit, who has a complete stock of Gsocs
I ETBS, Wixrb, Liq.orb, ftc., to which the atten
tion of the public i*. invited.
(rffMnrkriini: Made Easy —Messrs. Stans
burv k Atkinson have opened a provision store
at the comer of Main and Third street*, under
) St. Alban's Hall, where families can obtain their
entire market supplies of Fresh Meats, Vkubta
hi.!-;s, Pi tier, |mI) Km- its, Ac., at any time
from 4A.M.toin P. M. AU articles guaranteed
to be the hW the market affords, and sold at the
I lowest cash prices. This establishment is a great
[ convenience to the ]M>ople, and should be liberally !
*ff\\ lliilnt Is a Habit*—Great eoclul evils
I and abuses, which interfere with marriage, has
ruined the prospects and happiness of thousand* i
of the young. Sure means of relief for the eir
ing ami unfortunate, diseased and debilitated,
can be obtained by calling at Dr. Wulcott'b Pais
Paist Okkicb, No, 207 Fifth street, between
Grace aud Proud.
Where all advice is given free, none need fear
exposure. Alt communications answered prompt
*•_■ "Sill** rib.- to Edwards' Circulating Llbru"
ry, now containing nearly FIVE THOUSAND
1 VOEI'MES of choice aud interesting reading
matter on all subjects. Terms moderate, only
twenty-live cents per month and a deposit of
one dollar. Everybody ought to be able to read
at these rates.
*S"Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powders
Is strongly recommended as the best dentrifrice
J known. It cleanses and preserves the teeth
hardens the gums,sweetens the breath; and, col*
taining no acid or gritty substance, is perfectly
harmb *-**', and can be used daily with great >\< $
I vantage. Sold by all druggists. Price, 26 and
«) per bottle.
FIiNAM IAL A.NU COMMERCIAL.
l)Air,T State Journal Office, \
Kichmond, Oct. 11, 1871. >
We quote first-class paper at 8 to IU per
cut. i>er annum. Richmond city bonds are held
at 80 cents. Virginia State stocks dull. There is
an active demand u»r first-class railroad securi
New York, October 11, 1871.
Stocks strong and not as excited. Governments
tluil (Mid Stand/. Stale bonds strong but dull. —
Money firm at 7 per ieul. Gold firm at 114%. —
Exchange—long Bit; short 054.
Richmond <.miii Market.
COW AM) FI.OI'R EXCHANOK, t
Kit HAiOND, Oct. 11, IS7I. >
Wheai—White. 1184 bushels. Red, 1070 do.
00«r—White, (S3O bushels. Yellow, MM bushels.
Mixed, Hi do.
AVueat—-While. G.,8 bushels at, ij2__ forsced;
•.1.7.) for prime; *l .70 for \*-ry good; $l.«_t)-<sl.4 r £
lorgooil. lvi-d, 7ui Im.bels at $1 77* for \ery good
and prime; .firstname.lastname@example.org.. for .seed; #1.t.0 tot fair.
(!i»it»-While, -Jtjs luobcls at 700 for new; tile.
for fair old. Mixed, __ bushels at 7Sc. for weavil
Oath—lo bhsltels at 60c for very good spring.
Cokn—Whitn, U bushels.
Oat.—i*B bn. iu-Is.
llomestic .Markets—[_r TELEORAni.]
New York, October 11, 1871.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat quiet and
unchanged. Corn a shade firmer. Pork dull—
Mess,sl_.ti2kfa 1375. Eardsteady. Cotton quiet
—Uplands H |J _; Orleans 2o?_—sales 300 bales.
Turpentine strong at 09Q90* Rosin firm at $4
lor straineti. Freights dull.
rpHE sorMll.lt> ASSOCIATION.—KAF.
I JL FEE for the Penefit of the Widows and Or*
phans of the Southern States.
DISTKIBCTION No iiii'2. EVENING, OCT. 10.
20 01 19 15 21 46 33 4 07 77 2 28 09 18
PisTiuntmoH No. 6G3. MoRNiSQ, Oct 11
58 47 _. 7S 74 07 1 70 4 68 I*o 49 63 27
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., this 11th
day of October 1871.
SIMMONS k CO., C. Q.TOMPKINS,
CERTIFICATES OF~I_AFFLE can be pur
chased from Captain W. I. DABNEY, at the
Branch office, No. tl Twelfth struct, thr*»e doom
IpOB. SALE—A EOT Ol' EA>D adjoiniiu.
_I_ Ilaltimore Steamboat shed. Buggy or car
riage taken in exchange.
oc 10—I w Twentieth street.
k IlMflNllUN, LADIES:
at the old established agency,
No. •#! Main Street,
Officii OF TUB
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
THE LATEST STYLES JUST RECEIVED.
Also, METROPOLITAN for September.
■c &—d&wts J. F. McKENNEY.
" • i' - • i ~
KOLD DOMINION 111 MMi.ss nil.
IV. FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION
.stitntion wilt commence OCTOBER 2r,
ittly improved facilities, and advantages
;hest order. Insuring its students a tho
rough practical course of tho highest value.
For particulars address
je 3—law4m O. MORRIS NICOL, President.
Hoard and Tuition per annum ♦226.
HELMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE,
Inaugurated by H. li. H. Prince Authur. Board
and Tuition per annum, f_M,
P*«sidk»t—The; Very Rev. I. Helmut-, D. D.,
Dean of Huron.
t-TFor particulars, apply to Major Evan*,
London, Canada West. se 10—d.wly
We have now on hand a large and superior
CHAMBER, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM
made liy t lit* most experienced workmen, of sea
We invite all in need of first-class
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES
lo examine our slock before buying. We cannot
be undersold in the State.
HARWOOD 4 RITTER,
se B—-8m Governor street, Richmond, Va.
iTH_ DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
:D STATES for the Eastern District of Vir-
Ihe matter of John W. Gilkerson, bankrupt
in Disli let tf Virylni't, ss :
Lo* is hereby given I hat a last general meeting
■ cred Mors ol the said J no W. Gilkerson .bank -
fur lhe puriKiseof declaring a dividend, will
Id at Richmond, at the ofllce of W. W.
-s, register in bankruptcy, in said district,
lenlity, lhe Hull day of October, 1871, at 10
k A. ill., iv accordance with the provisions
■ L'/tli anil L'sih tedious of the bankruptcy
March Hi I, IM7.
Kali'dat Richmond, this '..d day of Septem
ber, Is; |. JOHN JOHNS, J*.,
se _H_S2w Assignee.
/ \_D PAI'KKS—iu amy y*nn4,T- f»r salt at
"< / Till* OF-'IC-
By Cook k Laugh ton, Auctioneer,.
A KSII ■ M » 'S SALE OF A H^^^
STEAM ENGINE, SEWING MACHINES, kc,
Ry authority of the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of Virginia, in the
matter of W. J. Uwsen, bankrupt, I shall oiler
for sale on
TUESDAY, THE 17th DAYOF OCTOBER, 71, !
at 11 o'clock A. M., at the factory of said Cussen,
situated in Rocketts,and known as the "Kitlton
Bay Company," the following property, to wit ■
1 PORTABLE ENGINE AND BOILER AND
9 SINGER SEWING MACHINES
2 LESTER SEWING MACHINES
CUTTING- MACHINES, kc.
TsRMs-Cash. H. W. BRANSFORP,
IUNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN BOTETOURT COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of a decree of the District Court ol
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered the 17th day of April, IS7I, in lie
matter of Fletcher H. Mays, bankrupt, ihe un
dersigned, assignee of said bankrupt, will sell at
public auction, at the Junction Store, iv said
county of Botetourt, to the highest bidder, on
THURSDAY, 2(i.i_ OF OCTOBER, IS7I,
all of the REAL ESTATE of said bankrupt n a
dered in his schedules, (except the Junction Store
farm, containing 1410 acres, which will not be of
fered for sale ) The real estate now offered for
sale consists of the following tracts or .parcels of
land, to wit:
EIGHTEEN ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining said Junction Store farm, situated on
the turnpike road leading from Fincastlc to Cov
ington. None of this land has been elcired.
on Patterson creek, adjoining the lands of said
Junction Store farm and Samuel Riddlesbarger,
situated in the long draft. None of this land has
FIFTEEN AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND,
on the northeast side of James river. Upon this
land there is a good cabin, and it is iv a good
neighborhood. Aud there is upon it good water
power, a grist and saw-mill having been at one
time in successful operation upon it. (The mills ;
have been burned.)
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less, on the north side of James river, j
aad near to the river. This tract contains a large
portion of as good tobacco land ns any in Vir
ginia ; is well watered, and a portion of it is in
cultivation. The remainder is heavily timbered,
and is situated below the junciiou of Craig's
creek with James river, aud within half a mile
situated on tho bank- of James river, above tli*
mouth of Craig's creek. This land is all in tim
ber. The James River and Kanawha canal,
which has been iv part constructed above this
point,runs through thin tract anil the said tract
of 15>j. acres and by the tract of 451) acres.
FOUR HUNDRED and FORTY-SEVEN ACRES
north of Craig's creek, above the junction of said
creek with James river, and adjoining the lands
of Pettigrew, tho heirs of Anderson and the
Junction Sto c farm, and is all heavily timber
ed ; is a valuable apj>endage to either of said
THREE HUNDRED ACRES,
on the west side of James river, below the mout
of Craig's creel.. This is a good farm, with froi
70 to 100 acres la cultivation. Has some improv
men is and a small orchard. Is situated on tl
banks of James j iver for nearly a mile, and ha.
upon none of the bes_ bodies of grey stono b
tween Covington and Richmond.
FOUR THOUSAND ACRES,
more or less, chiefly situated on the waters o
Patterson creek, adjoining the Junction Sto
iariu. This large tract lies between Caldwell
and Craig creek mountains, is some eight mile
in length, and watered throughout the whole di
tance by Pa_terson creek. There is some cleared
land on this larm, nnd it is justly regarded as the
best range for stock in tbe country. This land
will be sold as a whole, or in tracts of five or six
hundred acre?, to suit purchasers, and so laid oil
as to give purchasers farming laud on Lhe creek
and access to tbe mountain land from mountain
to mountain. This survey divides in the "Par
cley survey." or the lands sold in New York by
Francis V. Sutton iv 18Ut> or ISG7, and if the pur
chasers of that land wish to make their purcha
se*, valuable they will do well to attend this sale.
j -* TERMS—One-fourth of the purchase money
I cash; the residue in one, two and three years, the
purchaser giving bond, with interest added, and
approved security, for deferred payments. Title
to be retained until all the purchase money i>
paid, with power reserved to the conrt to resell
incase default is made in any payment or any
This land is sold free from all liens and encum
brances. JAMES M. FIGGAT,
Assignee of F. H. Mays, bankrupt.
A SSHiNEE'SSALE OF
VALUABLE REAE ESTATE
AND CHATTEL PROPERTY IN SOUTH
AMPTON COUNTY. ■
As assignee in bankruptcy of Oruian M. Bryan
WEDNESDAY, THE 18th OF OCTOBER, 187
proceed to sell at public auction, on the premise
iv the highest bidder, n
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing four bundled and seventy-two (472
! acree. The said land lies about six miles fro
Newsoin's depot on tho Seaboard and Koanol
railroad, in Southampton county, and has a good
I dwelling-houso on it and all necessary out-hous
for a first-class plantation.
I shall also sell some CHATTEL PROPERTY
TERMS.—For the chattel property, cash; f
the land, enough cash to del .ay costs of sale, k
Tbe balance on si * months' credit, title retain*
until all the purchase money is paid, and po\v
of re-sale reserved upon failure to comply wtric
ly with terms of sale,
WM. P. SHANDS,
Assignee in Bankruptcy of
se 12—Ftd Orman M. Bryant.
a >mi.Sees 1 sale of
VALUABLE REAL STATE IN FAIRFA
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, entered September 20th, 1871, iv the mat-|
ter of Wethers Smith, bankrupt, the undersign-'
ed, assignees of said bankrupt, will sell at public I
auction, to the highest bidder, at Fairfax U. II.,!
I Va., on
MONDAY, THE 16th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1,71,
(that being co; 'day) at 12 o'clock M., the fol
lowing REAL __STATE surrendered by said
bankrupt iv his schedules, to wit :
A TRACT OF LAND,
containing 132 acres 3 roods and II poles, with the
Improvements, lying hi Fairfax county, Va., and '
adjoining the lands of G. W. Gunnel, Thomas J. j
Carper and others. Said land is sold free from :
all liens and encumbrances.
TERMS—One-tenth cash on day of sale; bal
-1 aiice in 1, 2 and „ years, equal instalments ; pur
chaser giving bonds, with approved security, and
bearing interest from day of sale. The title lo
be retained until the whole of the purchase mo
ney is paid. THOMAS MOORE,
JOHN S. FOWLER,
se 28 —ThSw Assignees.
f WILL < ALLED 1 OR
! JL immediately, some NEW AND SEOOND
i HAND CARTS, ONE FIKST CLASS AMBU
i LANCE, ONE NEW TWO HORSE FARM
i WAGON, TWO LUMBER WAGONS, ONE
I SPRING DRAY, kc, kc.
lam paying the highest cash price for Rags,
I Twentieth street, between Main aud t ary.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIONEERING, Ac. ________________
E. B. NE W B URN,
No. 1014 Main Street,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, &C.
*_ MONEY LOANED UPON CITY REAL ESTATE _*
Parties having funds to loan upon City steal Estate (paying them TWELVE PER CENT. PER ANNUM,) would find it to Ihoir interest to give
me & call.
GRAND i LOSING OUT SALE OF
LOTS IN HOLLADAY'S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND, TO RE SOLD AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, THE TOUT DAY
OF NOVEMRER, 1871, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.
TERMS Twenty Helium rush ; salaalll at I, C, I ami 12 months' time.
I LEIGH STREET.
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** :- . CLAY hob STREET.
jj r /!■*/> " **r r 1 T »r "TT* " fc » » «• »~-j» » » __
./ Li t/1 JV *»>__ "--i- 'laiS 4|B 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 11 If. 111! 17 i| _
Holladay'S; Addition! |
X'o run "''''••„. "*^*' ,^^_
May islh, 1871. .... ,*'
BATES «V TURNER, Surveyors.
AM NOW OFFERING THESE LOTS AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH UNTIL DAY" OF
SALE. LOTS SO WELL SITUATED IN A RAPIDLY IMPROVING PART OF THE CITY AND IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD, *c,
ARE SELDOM OFFERED ON SUCH EASY TERMS AND AT SUCH IX)W PRICES. Apply to
E. B. NEWBIIRN, No. 1014 Main Street.
Eli' i nth, between Mala and Hunk siivt-i*-.
A SSICI-EE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF !
A VALUABLE SUDURRANFAKM ON TliK |
MEADOW BRIDGE ROAD AIlOCTl).
Uy virtue of an order of the District Conn Ol
the' United states for the Eastern District olVi*fc
ginia, entered October 7i-U*TS7], in the matter of
A. !■'. :iiitl .J. D. Mosby, bankrupts, the under
signed, J?ranci-i T. fabeu, as. i;; of the said
tsutkrnpta, and Janies L. Apperson, trustee ma
deed of trust given by tin* said a, F. ahuTJ.J)*
HOsby. will sell at public. :nu-lion, upon ihe pre
mises, oh I
FRIDAY, TUE_7tiiDAY OF OCTOBER, 1171,
ii'»l us above stated, surrendered hy said bank
rnpts in their schedule, containing ;
FIFTY-FIVE ACRES OF HIGHLY IMPROV
a large portion of which is set in strawberries, I
i:i j (berries, iiml other small and large fruits.
The improvements consist of an excellent
DWELLING-HOUSE nnd oil necessary out
h«niM's, in good condition. This land ts fold free
from all incumbrances.
TERMS—One-fourth in cash ; and the re-idue
lin 6, 12 and lfl months for negotiable notes, wilh
Interest added at the rate of six per cent, per |
annum, and the title retained ii!l the whole pur
chase money is paid and a conveyance ordered by j
Dy Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S AND TKLSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN
KING WILLLVM COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
In compliance with a decree of the U. S. Dis- I
trict Court xor the Eastern District of Virginia,
of d&ta the 7th d;iy o,' Oclober, IS7I, we shall of- I
fer for sale at public auction, iv front of the IF. I
S. Court-House, in the city of Richmond, on the I
80TII DAY OF OCTOBER, 1171.
at 3 o'clock P. M., that valuable farm, containing
near Mangohick, with dwelling and oul-ho'ees
Terms—One-third cash ; balance on a credit of
0 and li. mouths, with interest at tbe rate of six
per cent, and title retained until lhe whole of the
j purchase money is paid.
oc 10 —2aw3w
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE L'WI
JL TEl> STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Apolus Boutwell, bankrupt—in
At Kichmond, Va, theitth day of October, 1871.
ITO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; !
Please take notice, that a petit ion has been pre- j
J seated to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge Ot \
! the said District Court, iv Bankruptcy, by i
Emmet Crump, assignee of the estate of said !
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to !
said bankrupt, free from all liens and encuin- ;
■ branees thereon.
This is to f-ive notice to all persons interested,
j that in terms of said petition an order has been j
issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all parsons
] who may be interested in said estate, to npjwar
i before W. W. Forbes, Register, at bis ollice, in ;
! lhe said city of RichinondT on the lmh day of
I October, IK7I, ut 10 o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such an ordershould
not be granted. EMMET CRUMP,
oc lII—T2W Assignee.
i 420 i')
rpHM IS TOGIVE .NOTICE— That on the'>!hh
_L day of Sept., 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
WAS issued out of the Dislrici Court of the Uni- ■
tad States for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against die estate of Pembroke S. Games, of Lou
doun county, and State of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe'.ition: lhat
thi* pay mem of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging lo said bankrupt, to
him or for bis use, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law; dim
a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose one or more assign
ees of his estate, will be held at a court of bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the oiliee of the Reg
ister, in Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill,
Esq., Register, on the 4th dayof November, IS7I,
ut t> o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
'IMlls IS TO GIVE -NOTICE—Tbnt on the
.1 ;td day of Oct'r., 1_71,a warrant iv bankrupt
ed eras Issued out of tbe lUstriet Court of the Uni
ied Suites for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of Sandiord Gulick,
of Loudoun 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 bank
rupt, to him or lor his use, and the transfer of
any proi>eriy by him are forbidden by law; that
B ii'-eting of i lie creditors of the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, and choose one or more as
signee* Of hil estate, will be held at a court of
j bankruptcy, to be holden at the ofllce of the reg
-1 later in Alexandria, \:i., before Lysander Hill,
Esq., Register, on the 4th day of November, 1871,
at v o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 6—F2w U. S. Marshal.
I rraW IH TO GIVE -NOTICE :—That on the
lA— day of ,1871, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was issued oui of the District Court of Un
united States "fur the East- m Districtof Virginia,
against tho estate of George W. Myers, of Lou
doun county and State of Virginia, who has
It-en adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:— :
I That the payment of any debts, and the delivery
of any properly belonging io said bankrupt, to
him or tor his use, and the transfer of any pro
perty by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
1 meeting' of the creditors of said bankrupi, to
prove their debtsand choose one or more assig
j Ewes of his t 'stale, will be held at a court of bank
ruptcy, to be huldeu at the oiliee of the register,
in Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill, Esq ,
register, on the 4th day of November, 1871, al n
By Grubbs _ Williams', Auctioneers.
1 SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
A VERY VALUABLE FARM IN CAROLINE
CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
Incompliance wilh adecree of Ihe United States
Court for tho Eastern District of Virginia, of Oc
lober 7. 1871, in tin* matter of John T. Boutwell,
. ban-rapt, I will *oU at auction, clear of all liens
j anil I'lH'iunbranees, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30tb, 1871,
]at 3 o'clock I*. M., in Irontof the United States
o onrt-Hou*e, in the city of Kichmond, Ihat val
nril'li* Iract of improved land, known as "Jack's
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
-Imatod in Caroline county, Va., within a few
miles of the Rappahannock river. This is one of
'he.most attractive places ever offered for safe by
order of the Bankrupt Court.
I The bankrupt* tnterest (being a reversionary
one) in his mother's estate.
Term**—One-third cash; balance on a credit of
fi and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes with
interest at six lier cent added, tor tho deferred
payments. The titte to be retained by the as
signee untif said notes are paid.
! WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc 9—2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k SMI. Mill's SALE OF
VALUABLE FARMING LANDS IN KING
AND QUEEN CO., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of December 16,1870, in Ihe matter of S. S. Gres
ham, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, clear of all
liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30tb, 1671,
at 3 o'clock V M., in front of the United States
Court-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND, viz:
No. I—"Fleetwood," containing 403 acres, situa
ted near Newtown, in King and Queen
county, with buildings thereon.
No. 2—Contains ISKJ acres, with buildings there
These farms are desirable and should attract
tbe attention of buyers. Full description will bo
given on day of sale.
Tfrms—One-third cash ; the balance on a credit
of ti and 12 months, the purchaser lo give note*
with interest at six per cent added, for the de
terred payments. The title to be retained by the
assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. 11 ALLDERDICE,
oc 9—2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs k Williams, Auctioneers.
i SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
BANKRUPTS' INTERESTS IN A TRACT OF
LAND IN LOUISA COUNTY, VA , CON
TAINING 319 ACRES, AT AUCTION.
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
lhe matters of J. H. Hester and I. L. Hester,
bankrupts, I will sell at auction, on
■ MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TU, 1871,
1 u'clock P. M., in front of the United States
urt-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
lowing interests in a tract of
THREE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN ACRES
of land situated in Louisa county, Va. : One
third of one-sevenlh of 319 acres of land; also,
one-third of one-seventh of 319 acres of land.
A full description of the land will be given on
day of sale.
Tkbms—Cash. WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc ft—2aw3w Assignee.
'By Grubbs k Williams, Auctioneers.'
k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
TWO VALUABLE FARMS IN SUSSEX CO.,
VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the Uniied
States District Court for tho Eastern District of
Ba, of December 16,1870, in the matter of
', Harrison, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auc
ear of all liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER SOtb, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United State*
Court-House, iv the city of Richmond, that
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing cut) acres, near Newville church, Bus
sex co., Va., with dwelling and out-houses, iufair
condition, (hereon. Mr. Harrison now resides on
A SM A 1.1. TRACT, containing 41 acres, situa
ted near the above.
Full description of these tracts wilt be given on
tho day of sale.
Tebms—One-third cash; the balance ona credit
of v and 12 months, wilh interest at six per cent
lier annum added, from day of sale; the purcha
ser to give noles for the deferred payments. The
title to be retained by the assignee until said
notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc ll—2aw3w Assignee.
"=" , ' — . .
pilE OLDEST !
AND THE BEST 1!!
DYEWORKS IN AMERICA
Are the STATEN ISLAND WORKS, New Yorlc.
The Southern Ollice and Agency is at
I'KEMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISI___NT,
NO. T'JO Main street, bet. Seventh and Eightl-.
By Grubbs k Williams, Auctium eis.
In compliance with a decree <>t the United
stales biatrial Court for the Eastern District ot
Virginia, of October 7, I*7l, in !_.« mailer of Jos.
Diownley, bankrupt, 1 will sell at and ton, clear
of all lien- and encumbrance*, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 80rH, 187],
at 3 o'clock I*. M, in front, af ihe United St.i. j
Court-House, in tne city of Richmond,
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY ONE A< 'RES I
of laud, situated near Newtown, King and tiuwn
county, wilh dwelling aud out-homes (hereon.
i The bankrupt's LIKE INTEREST in 2C5 acres
of land in same county.
Full descriptions of the above will be given o
day of sale
J Terms —One-third cash ; balance on a credit t
0 and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes wii
I Interest at six per cent added, for the defer n
j payments. Tho title to be retained by tho assi
I nee until said notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDEKDICE,
oc o—2awP»w Assignee.
By Grubbs k Williams, Auctioneers.
a ssignee's sal*: OF
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES O
LAND IN ESSEX CO., VA., AT AUCTION
In compliant c with a decree of the Unite*
States District Court for the Eastern District o
j Virginia, of April 4,1871, iv tlio matter of R. '
I Shackelford, bankrupt, 1 will sell al auction, ou
MONDAY, OCTOBER ao-rii, 1S;1,
I at 3 o'clock P.M.. in front of the United Stal
Court-House, in the city of Richmond,
I ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES
j of land in Essex county, with dwelling and ol
I er buildings thereon, situated near Paul's
I Roads. Sold clear of all liens and encumbrances.
A lull description of tho property will be gheii
Tkhmb—-One-third cash; the balance on a credit
I of ti and 12 months, interest, at six per cent add*
I ed, the purchaser to give notes for tho deferred
I payments. The title to be retained by the assig-
I iiiv uniil the said notes are paid.
oc a —2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs k Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSKJ.MIKM SALE OF
fete 1-3 ACRES OF LAND NEAR TREVIL
IAN'S, LOUISA CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of tho United
I States District Court for the Eastern District of
I Virginia, of October 7,1671, in the matter of Wil-
I ham J. Walton, bankrupt, 1 will soil at auction,
I clear of all liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER SOtii, 1871,
I at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of tho United Stat-*
I Court-House, in the city of Richmond,
223 1-3 ACRES OF LAND
j near Trevilian's, Louisa couniy, Va., with com-
I Portable dwelling and out-houses thereon.
A full description will be given on day of sale.
Terms—One-third cash ; the balance on a credit
of _ and 12 months, interest added at six per cent
per annum, the purchaser to give notes for tbe
deferred payments. The title to be retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
»WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
!>—2a w3 w Assignee.
By Grubbs k Williams, Auctioneer--.
A SSIGNEE.V SALE OF
VALUABLE LANDS IN ESSEX COUNTY,
VA., SITUATED NEAR THE RAPPAHAN
NOCK RIVER, AND AMONG THE MOST
DESIRABLE LANDS ADJACENT THERE
TO, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
I States District Court for the Eastern District of
1 Virginia, of October 7, I_7l, iv the matter ol
I Mary L. Andrews vs. Albert G. O'Neale, bank-
I nipt, we will sell at auction, clear of all Hens
I aud encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871.
I at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United Slato
I Court-House, in the city of Richmond, the fttt-
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND,
I near Lloyd's, Essex county, Va."
I No. I—OS 7 acres, known a. "Lindsay Hall
I No. 2 —2tJo acres, known as "Munday's."
I No. 3 —160 acres, known as "Ohepultepee."
I No. 4—26 acres, known as "Upshur's."
j No. o—_7 acres, known as "Brown's."
The flrst four tracts have dwellings and other
j out-houses; land improved, orchards, kc. Traut.
I 6 is unimproved.
Full description of these farms will be given on
Terms—One-third cash; balance on a credit of
I 0 nnd 12 months, the purchaser to give notes with
I interest at six per cent per annum added, for the
deferred payments. The title to be retained by
I the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
W. C. LATANE,
oe _*—2aw3w Assign* es.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UI.I
--JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of E. F. Anderson, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
IJ. A. Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia,
I hereby gives notice of his appointment as a. -
! bignee of the estate of E.F. Aiulurson.of King Wm.
I county, in said district, who was, on the Ist day
I of August, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
I petition by the District Court of said District.
CTRCU.s AND MENAGERIE.
FOH THE 810 SHOW ' •
MENAfiERIE. CAKAVAN, lUt'SETTM AND
That will Vi.it llio Southern Slate* thi* Winler.
THE ONLY ANL.OrtIGINAL
OLD J «» II N r, O II I S S O N ,
Sixly-seven years of age, with an experience of
overfill y yea.™ in Ilie Son ill as owner of a Me
lingerie, and l.'iivus, nu his
GUANO ANNUAL TKUMI'IIAT, TOUR
through all Hie Southern .Slate* Willi
i IIKEE MONSTER PAVILIONS !
One exclusively for the Museum,
Another e_JW»sly fur Ilie Menagerie and Oara
Tin 1 third del ol ell to the Equestrian Entertain
All ail.j-iiiiv; anil connecling together, but
ONLY ONE I'RIC'E Of-' ADMISSION
and one liel.-el adt_lt* yon lo Hie entire aMnblna"
tion—Menagerie, tlaravim, Museum and Circus ■
WAT''II Toll IT!
aO AXD SEE IT I
The only rent r«- J-CO-ljeX'la, Museum, Cara
.tn and l'irs',-: hi.-.- Circus on the road.
■nVLINTY-i U I. :.*il.l) ASII ■ KIMKO.V CAIIFS
r&wn liy l.e.iiiiiiiil matched cream and dappleil
horses—all lh*' Oircn* rtt_»__—_u_*-t
nnd Ij-st. parade over seen on the
public suv Is.
FOUII MOViT_I- LIVING SKA LIO-S!
•Wilh their yomip: PLAT-Rlt-WOHU- LEOH
_NU_,orS_A ___rH__T_, v.illumine erect
Itkeloiist mo-arct—, requiring over two hun
dred pounds lush full daily lor their subsis
tence—the only ones on exhibition in the world,
mi.l can be sees in lliis Menagerie al all boors,
■porting iv an ariiiieial Lake of Ocean Water
A WILD TAUTAIHAN MONSTER, YAK
from the Deserts of Tui'lniy, with long, heauli
I* triumphantly marching on, and will positively
BIUHMONI. FOB THREE DAYS ONLY,
October lltb, 1-th and null,
ONTIIU LOT COIiN-Tt OF SECOND AND
Don'l confound _■„ gigantic orgs-laiiinu wli
oilier show bearing tl"' nan_ ol Robinson, for i
is in no way, shapeor manner connectedjwlili an
or either ot tie in, but ii i- lhe only original
OLD JOHN ItOISIXKON,
who lul* owned aud uiaiin*.cd shows l'ur Ihe pfts
Hftjr years, through Hie Southern country, an
has spent year* of toil and va.-l sums of roone
to bring his monster
illsiUM, MENAO-RIK, CAKAVAN ANI
to He* lii;.li -tal.* **!' perfection which it now a
sin a.-, the
C'UALI.K-Nlli: ('IIA.Vff'KIN SHOW Ol'' TU
V. CHILD !
N. _.—TO THE U> V 1 .US (IF FINE HOUSES
Tie* particular attention of stock raisers and cvi
ry oue efso is culled lo ilie splendid collection i
thorough-bred Imported horses and ponies, l'roi
t every dime under the »_n. The beam
lul Arabian, tic magnlfli ■ nf Amlalt-iuu, andth
high-mettled barb of the desert* may be form
111110111; lhe vast congress oi equine* now attacl
ed ;o ilil- monster show, and the proprietor won I
■ay to ihu-.* who do not care to visit the cxliii.
tiiius, thai the beautiful portable slable-wbic
are attached to the great Three-Tent Show 111
open nt all time* I'm public inspection, FREE O
1 IIVUHF, anil hi* coi'ditvlly invites everybody t
nQ -Ui vii-v. lhe largest anil iinest assemblai.'
oi Imported thorough-bred 1 Ircu* stock in Amer
ci, v.lii-ri ••*»!.* nit --nt kin will be shown them b
the aliMchcs ol ilie exhibiliuii.
I.iiMKMIIM. 'HIE HAY AND THE DATE.
Do not toKtel thai we an* conning Willi an ava
laiche of talent. Wait for us, for we are comiiik
BANKERS AND BBOXERS.
XT ii. maury &ca,
(STOCK EXCHANGE and MONEY BROKERS,
1014 Main Stiieet, R.chmohd, Va.
We tender our M'rvitfs iv holders of Virginia
State Bond., to fund the baiue for them under
the act ol 80tq March, 1.-71 ; mid will furnish any
Inf'.M-inatiou thereto, upon application, either in
person or by letter.
BONDS and STOCKS of all U l ds bought and
sold ou commission.
Ail business entrusted to ns will receive prompt