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MONDAY EVECJ. MAR. 30, 1874.
STATE f... v. •»
—Mr. E. O. Powell ami Miss (.'eorge
am Fox. the- at Fairfax Courthouse tltir
ii g last week.
—The Montgomery Messenger is reliably
tnfoimtd ____ Judge M__o__l hns tendered
his resignation.
—Our Howard, member of the Wallace
sisters troupe, died in Alexandria Satur
day of typhoid fever.
—Two men were tried in Staunton a
lew days ago for disturbing public worship,
and were fined nnd sent to jail.
—Anson Stevens, of Michigan, has pur
chased the Brimstone land on the South
Fork of Holston in Washington county.
—John Howard, who was stabbed dur
ing an altercation at Fairfax Courthouse on
the 16th instant, by Lewis Cooke, died on
Wednesday.
—Rev. Stewart Taylor died at his resi
dence near Rockbridge Baths, on Sunday
last, March IStb, of paralysis, in the 78th
year of his age.
—In the Augusta Circuit Court, on
Thursday last, Mrs. Annie Shover obtained
a decree of divorce from her husband,
Abraham Shover.
—Judy l'axton, the nurse of (ieneral
Jew Johnston, died at Knoxville, Term.
last -__.!, proud to the day of her death
of having nursed "Mars Joe."
—At Nelson Circuit Court Mr. Meyers
recovered judgment against the W., ('., V.
M. ft. 6, S. R. 11. to the amount ol over
.700.00 for stock killed by the cars.
—John W. Crave., Jr., a merchant of
Henry county, financially embarrassed,
drank half a gallon of brandy at one
trr.ughl, list wetU. It made him a raving
muniac.
—The Alexandria Sentinel learns that
n.^o.iations aie in progress between the
Virginia Midland Hatlioad Company and
the Tredegar Car Building Company lor 10
new freight cars.
—"The Laborers' Homestead and South
ern Immigration Society," has, within the
last year, been organized inßoston, with a
capital of $200,000, with the view of locat
ing a town in Virginia.
—The I'icdm out Virginian says: "As
soon as the weather opens warm, our
farmers will go at corn planting with a
rush, as they have as large or perhaps a
larger area than usual ready for the seed."
—The remains of the defunct corpora
lion of Waynesboro, which died of neglect,
have been resurrected and earned to
Staunton to be rehabilitated, the power to
revive dead charters resting in the hands of
the court.
— Judge R. (!. Bouldin, of Charlotte
county, has started for California and ihe
l'acilic coast. Judge H. T. l'arrish, of
Appomattox, will hold the regular terms
of the Charlotte court during the absence
ol Judge Bouldin.
—The Norfolk Virginian says: "The
sentence of Coleman was a righteous ver
dict. He abused a great trust, and the
law has given bin, in part, what he de
serves. Let him have a mil measure of
even-handed justice."
—The passenger trains on the Valley
Railroad will run regularly on and alter
Wednesday next, April Ist, leaving Staun
ton at 10 a. tn., and arriving at 0 p. ra.
About May Ist there will be two passen
ger trains a day, leaving and arriving in
connection with the double service on the
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad.
1 om;iu:.hsi<>,. ai.
Satukdav, March 28.
Senate. —Title body was not iv session
to-day. At the close of Friday', session
Ihe discussion was on the amendment of
Mr. Logan to the bill to provide for the re
demption and reissue of United States
notes and for free hanking, wh'ch amend
ment provides for ihe removal of all re
strictions in banking.
House. —The day was consumed in discus
sion on thependingfinance bill. Mr. Bright,
of Tennessee, advocated an inflation of the
currency, holding that more money was
necessary for the transaction of ordinary
business and the development of the re
souie.s of the c mntry.
Mr. Whitmore (Term.) followed, advo
cating the retirement of the national bark
notes and the substitution of greenhacks
therefor.
Mr. Beck (Ky.) gave notice that he
would, at the proper time, offer an amend
ment increasing the tax on national bank
circulation to one-fourth of one per cent a
month.
Mr. Buckner (Mo.) alsa favored expan
sion.
Impoktant R_.V___._-_ Circular.—
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has
addressed a circular letter to all collectors
of internal revenue calling their attention
to a recent deciion of the Supreme Court,
where it is held that, the government may
bring an action for the recovery of taxes,
not only of such as arc assessed, but also
of those which are not assessed, nnd like
wise of those which on account of the
statute of limitations are not assessable.
The commissioner says: T desire that you
will exert yourself to discover all cases in
your district where any taxes cannot now be
assessed, (owing to the limitation of section
20, act June 30th, 1804, amended, and
liection 0, act of March 2d, 18(17,) without
a waiver of those limitations by the tax
payer. In all these cases you will notify
the delinquents that if they make a written
waiver of their legal rights under these
statutes across the face ol their returns,
ihe taxes will be assessed without penalty.
But in cases where delinquents neglect
or refuse lo lake this course, you will at
mice report the facts to Ihe proper United
Stales district attorney, rcfening him at
ihe same time to Ihe terms of the above
mentioned decision of the Supreme Court.
In view of the importance of action in this
matter, collectors are urged to prompt ac
tion.
Vuloarity.— We commend the fol
lowing extract to the thoughtful study of
the young. Nothing is so disgusting and
repugnant to the feelings of the good and
thoughtful as to hear the young, or even
the old, use profane, low or vulgar lan
guage. The young of the towns are par
lieularly guilty of profanity. In our day
it seems the "boy" does not feel himself
a " man" unless he can excel in this
great vice:
'•We would guard the young against the
use of every word that is not strictly pro
per. Use no profane expression—allude
to no sentence that will put to blush tho
most sensitive. You know not the ten
dency of habitually using indecent or pro
fane language. It may never be oblitera
ted fiotn your heart. When you grow up ]
you may have at your tongue's end some
evpress'ion which you would not use for (
any money." ,
The PRF-siriENTi. of the Cnion Pacific T
and Kansas railroads were before the House
committee on the Pacific Railroad Friday
in regard to tbe question of pro rating,
with a view to harmonize the difference
between the two roads. If no satisfactory 1
conclusion is mrived at, the commitue 1
will report a bill for that purpose.
11l H«-»l «.
—A dish for a lawyer— suet.
—Scotch anufT put in tho holes where
crickets run out will destroy them.
—The Boston Post says that when you
want to delicately hint that a man plays
noker, say he has several irons In the
fire.
—Afier a recent election, a defeated
candidate was approached and asked how
he felt. He replied: "I feel pretty much
as Lazarus did ; he was licked by dogs and
so was 1."
—At a late conference session a clergy
man gave a reason why the Baptist Church
is like a beaver's hut: "There is ouly one
entrance to it and that is under water."
—Bridget Campbell, who until two years
ago, could turn out as large a wash as any
woman in Chicago, died there, the other day
aged 108. The pernicious habit of smok
ing cut her off in her prime.
—Since Eli Perking lectured in Minne
sota, fourteen parties by the name of Per
kins have petitioned the legislature for a
change of name. Ono man says they can
name him Susan B. Anthony or The
Evening Wisconsin—anything rather than
Perkins.
A correspondent has been expelled
from the Senate gallery for lying about one
of that honorable body. If this rule were
extended to those correspondents who have
lied about the District government, the re
porter's gallery would soon be "for rent."
— ''Murray,'" in Ikmbnry Keivs.
—"Not far from this city," writes a
Cleveland correspondent, "lives a gentle
man who is the father ol seven grown-up
daughters. They are rather lively girls.
\ The lather is an admirer of Hawthorne,
and he calls his house the 'House of the
Seven dabblers.'"
'' -.
\ Bai.d Mountain Getting Worse.
. The Raleigh liaily News has received the
following d spatch from its reporter at
Marion, in that state, under the date of
yesterday: "News has just reached here
; that the shocks on Stone mountain were
( more violent last night than any time since
the commencement of the volcinic disturb
ance. I will return to the mountain to
■ day and report by special couri ,r, if neces
! sary."
1 „
We are authorized by Colonel Mosby to
say that there is no truth in the statement
j telegraphed from Washington to The Oa
r zette yesterday, that he was in Washington
1 sacking the appointment of Major R. H.
1 Carter as minister to Lisbon.— Alexandria
' tlazette, 27th.
— _■__. .
, A Modest Request.—A letter was
) received at the Treasury department Friday
> from Chicago enclosing a twenty-dollar con
f federate note, which the sender, in all
seriousness, requested the treasurer to
1 "redeem aud remit as soon as possible."
f FINANCIAL.
s RICHMOND STOCK EXCHANGE.
BY lIAVI-.NI'ORT _ CO.
, -_■'»,
> Ti'ESDAr, March 30, 1874.
Bid Asked.
f Ameii.-n tiolj 112 M 0;,0
Yirgini. consols 6(1 62
Richmond city S's to 97? i
, ilo. do. o's " 7i) 7n^
Virginia .>ntral Sit mortgag. li', 7_!_ 80
Petersburg R. R. Ist morg. B's (in 0.
' R., V. nntl P. R. R. O's, J. 4 J 87}^ on
do. do. do. 6's fe (111
. Richmond * Danville, consol, 6's 711 oil
R., F. and P. It. R. common 7(1 Id
R.F., and P.K.R., G pr. ct. guar 77)4 to
It. F„ and P. It. R., 7 pr. ct. guar 88 CO
.!:«. River & Kanawha Canal stock 0 _!,
First National Bank 100 118 121
National li_nk of Virginia ....lot) 100 104
j Planters National 100 ood 105
j State Bunk of Virginia 100 00 06
j- Merchants and Planters Savings 00 21)4
Rich. Banking and Insurance Co. 03 2.
, Va. F. and Marine Ins. Co 31 J. no
Jiitnes River and Kanawha
Packet Company 12). 9 11
Va. Steamship * Packet Co ti. 4:1
_
COMMERCIAL.
| RICHMOND PRICE CURRENT
CORN ANII HOI X IVIIMMU:
Richmond. March 30, IS. t
, Offerings.
Wheat-White, Is. bushels. Red, 774 bush
els.
Corn—White, 1.234 bushels. Yellow. 94 bu.h.K
Mixed, '.86 bu.-hels.
Oats—B4l bushels.
Potatoes. —s bu_____
Hales
Wheat—White, 486 bushels at tl SS to tl 00
for from very gojid to common. Red, 420 bush
els at 81 SO to ill 68 for from very good to good
Corn—White, 191 bushels very good, 6Gc.; 800
bushels prime p, t.; 140 bushels viry good,
p. t.; 620 bushels very good, f__. Mixed'
Ml bushels p. t. ;
Oats—l6o bushels common, otic.; 400 bushel.,
very geo I, BSc.
Potatoes.—s bushels 7_c.
He-exhibited.
Wheat—While, 60 bu.liels.
Corn—White, 200 __shels.
Oats—l.o bushels.
________ 18,
1.1. I STUCK.
Rit'Hvo.D, Match ... 1874.
Mr. I_. Qiinml, welghmasterat tire Live Stock
Scales, makes the following report of _*__■_•
tions for the week ending March 2.0:
faille..— ll9 head, common to prime s_ld at
*:i _i_ 7.1 per cwt. gro.«s, as to weight and
i|ii-lily; dull.
Sheep. —Gtood to choice sold at .6 __@G 7.
grois ; but little demuud for low grades.
Hoys.— Oorn fed sold at_»7 7..®.. 2/i per cwt.
net; supply equal to the demand.
iv„/s'.__|i7 on@i,. 00 per head.
_M
LEAF TO It It. « i>.
Our market is very dull under very heavy '•
receipts and ollerings, nearly all of which '
Is very inferior in quality. Our oldest bnyers
aai'lire us lhey have never seen a crop so poor in
duality as that portion of the crop which has
reached this market. It is generally believed J
here that our planters are holding back all their
best grades for spring order and prizing, and '
only sending forward now their lowest grades. '
When the quality of tho tobacco now being
ottered Is considered, we do not think there Is '
any cause for complaint a. to the prices paid on
the part of the planters. <
We renew our quotations of la^i week, though '
there is a tendency to lower prices. I
Li!flß—Bluck common, lo good * 3 00@ 560 '
Brown to bright com. to good 4 no© 700 £
__»_-— Black common r, _o@ 900 '
Black good stemming and 1
wrapping 9 00_.11 00
P.lack dark wrapper 1 f line I
quality 11 »o©l2 Ml <
I'.iiKht wrappers 12 00<S)_0 00 0
111IVIIII PRODUCE.
REVISED BY L. POWERS 4 SON. C
1340 East Main atreet. 't
Butter—fl lb Choice (market bare) 38 @ 43 {
Fair to common 30 @ Co 2
Cos.. Meal-BoIUkI white, %lbus 80 _\ 90 l
Cbbbsb—Prime cutting 18 (j 19
Oood to fair lo to) 00 "
DbieuFbcit—
Apples, (market bare) 7 © t "
Poaches N .|n © 1.
Cherries, <yt _, U © 1.1
Blackberries, _l Is . © t
En.-—ln crates, do. 17 © 18 v
.FArflK..—Live geesey m.. _o © GO
Mixed,fill 40 © to si
_
F_ixs_BD--.fi bug no Ql il
F-O-Br-
Family 0 bbl aa. _}m _..
Extra " 8 to 8 8 76
Super. 7 8- © 7 to
Fine •' ti oo Q 6 SO
1 HiT—V.-. Tim. baled,%l 100 lbs... lin 81 is
I Va. Clover ■• ... © i ia
. Northern " ..1 U ~ i __
Oats—Baled, ¥ 100 lbs 7:1 8 80
I Obiobs—V bbl., prime.., IN f | imi
r Pb»s—Black Eye qfl bus 1 25 gin
! Black " 1 M 8 ono
j Pot_tobs—New, ft bbl 200 8 4-.
Roots—Ginseng, fl 81 CO 8 71
Seneca, " 6.1 8 no
Stb.w—Baled, . 100 lb* .0 8 7U
SnUAC, nominal at 7 be. per 100
B poucds.
Saucis— 74 8 18
3 Tallow—o ft 7 8
j Vibbuab—Cider, q» gall 20 8 _;,
Wool—Washed, ¥lb 40 8 4.1
I'nwashed, " .n <_ _.
_~
1.1 11111.11.
I REVISED BY GIBSON & BROCK
Sixth Sirerl anil the _____
Lumber of all kinds very dull.
- Va. Pike—4-4 boards Mei"ta_ie..T-_ 8 til
" " clear 14 8 1«
0-4, 6-4,8-4, " 15 8 M
B'rds an d scantlings
I —clear heart 2.
8 Knotty 111 8 18
c Joists and framing
8 tlm'rs—av'ge length, lo 8 16
' I.oug I. 8 20
P.in R—X, 4-4, 8-4 -lid scnnt
liiir IA 8 16
_ -''Ttii-B—Plank nnd scantling. 12 8 10
l_ Select to order ~ 20 8 22M
n Hicbobt —If solid, clear and
;. good, about 25
~ Wai.bct—4-4, 6-4, 6-4,1 In., 6iti
( . Bxß, according to q 11a I-
Ity 25 8 H
Hoop Ps—Dull; white oak, green. 7_ © 8
H ckory, desi
'■ rable IN 0 I
-- Flour barrel staves,
>t seasoned [ _ heading] I © 8
" Whiskey bbl staves,
- seasoned 20 8 25
• green 20
c Seasoned poles entire
ly unsaleable.
i_ Laths —Sawed 2008 226
j- Split 1 26 8 1 60
Sbikuibs —Very few coming In ;
prices firm.
0 cypress No. I—_ Inch
lt heart 10 00 8H on
N0.2d0 7 ot'B 760
No. 2—Saps t> 01 8 6 So
4 inch heart r, 00 @ 6 oo
' Sapsdo .1 00 8 I 60
Va. heart pine, 4 inch 4 60 8 b 00
Sapsdo 2 60 8 .1 00
Palinos —Susquehanna w. pine 26 (111 ©30 00
s Virginia pine 10 00 811 00
_ The above are the wholesale prices paid by
6 the dealers.
II _____*
> -KATH-K.
____ —Hemlock Over-w giit,
IP ft 28 Q SO
Middle, 28©320., light 28
Good, damaged 2.1 @ 20
Oak—all weights .7 8 42
Sbibb —French kip 120 0160
BestFiencli calf 1 60 0 2 26
American calf. 1 26 0 1 60
Fihisbbo—Upper, IP ft tt 8 6.1
, Habnbss —Saddlers' Country, :!„ 0 8.1
Best harness .... 0 42
___-_■ stock—Skirting,,tß> 25 0 30
Calf skins, '$> ft 75 0 90
4 Kip Minis, '.jl 11. 40 0 60
Sheep skins, "_l d0z.... 3 00 8 8 00
Wool on 1 75© 2 00
BIDES.
Wet Salted—.is they run, ft 8.09 on
Calfskins, each 1 25 0 1 111
Dbt--Country „int,(btiyiiig rates) 14 0 16
Salted 12 © II
Green (buying rate! 1; 0 7
«•»
. ORUCERIKM. __c
COFFEE—Rio, fair to good, _Ba29c; prime to
choice, 30a82c.; Lagtiayra, _____,) Java.
3G_.Sc.; Mocha, 86a37c.
BACON AND LARD—Western Shoul
_ -tors, 83.C; Bone Sides, 754a8!.c.; Clear
Bib, 9).a10e; Breasts, _o____l..| Plain Hams 12a
13c; Sugar-cured, ______ Canvassed, 12a14c;
Virginia hog-round, lOallc. Lard, Country, Ba9c;
Uultlmoie leaf.in tierces and barrels, lOallc
In half barrels, 10!4c; iv kegs, ._•_____, Thes*
are the jobbing prices.
CANDLES.—TaIIow l'_-al4 cents per pound;
Adamantine, 1 lalS cents.
f COTTON YARNS—Country yarns, Nos. 8 to
12, 81.66; Leaksqllle, N. C. yams, »1.30.
FlSH.—Herrings—Eastern gross, *6.-<>u6 |ier
barrel • North Carolina No 1 cut, »B.ooa-8.-0 per
barrel; North Carolina No. 1 roe _9a*9.60 per
. barrel; half-barrel $6.60; North Carolina No. 1
gross, »6.6oa*6.—Mackerel—No. 1 Bay mackerel,
i. »18_819; No. 1 Shore, .B._s_*9; No. 2 (In bar
rels), $13; No. 3 large (In barrels) |14.-0-t-__-
PLOW CASTlNGS—Wholesale,6).c.; retail.
_)tc.
GRINDSTONES—H_a2c per lb for small and
„ medium; largeslze, .I_a2)4.
~ IRON—Bar 404 He lor common sizes ; -IXaSJ.
1 for bands: Norway and Sweedes.6).aS*,c ; Coun
-0 try Hammered, 7Mc; Sheet, Be.
1 LUMP PLASTER, *6.60; Ground, »10.60t0
l] 811.60 per ton; calcined, t„. Lump plaster
scarce
LEAD—Pig, B)4aß!_e per pound. Hur lead'
» 9)_aloc.
LIQUORS —Rectlfled wblskev — Common
"Reclined," 86a*1.10 ; full proof, t1,10ca1.20 ;
medium rye. _1.60u_; pure old rye. 12a4; Vir
ginia Mountain rye, new, t1.76; old, t2.60a4.60.
Domestic brandies, |I.26a'_. Domestic gins,
tl.-oal._o. Fruit brandies, t1.3_a1.6u; Black
berry do., ■_,__•____, Genuine Holland Gln
slo.oo per case.
LIME AND OE-lENT-Rot-kville, Virginia
. t1.20a1.40; Riverton, t1.20a1.40; Rockland,
. .I.M) I,y tjuamity from wharf; t1.76 by relall
from store: Itosedale, *2.20a2.2_; Calcined Plas
ter, .2.7.:.;; James River Cement, t2a2.26.
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS—Amber gocd
Syinp 60a66; N. O. Molasses 76aS0; Dark Stand,
ard Molasses Syrups, In barrels, 29aS0e; in tierces
JO; in _togsheads,_Sn_4i; Cuba Muscovado, in bar
rels, __a 80; Porto Rico, MM; White Syrup,
tl.76.per gallop,
MILL OFF AL—Brau. 2uc; .Shots,!.,-; Brown,
stuff, 30c; Shipstuff. 80. wholesale from mill.
NAILS—OId Dominion, lo to so-ptnuy, f_ to I,
»-peiiii.v,|6 _; _ lo 7-peiiuy, t'i>-; 4 to 6-penny,
t6H; 8-penuy, t6H. By the 100 kegs,26c less.
Stbbl—Naylor's cast, ISM. English blistered,
18c; American do.. Ilal2e
OlLS—Kerosene Ual'Jc. wholesale; strait-1,
66a70c: linseed, 9flc. per gallon by the barrel.
Virginia lubricating Oil, _.__. Whale Oil, 90c;
Lard Oil, 86-.; Sperm Oil. 82.26; Labrador Ood
Oil, for tanning purposes, C6a9oc
PAPER STOOK-Mlxed cotton rags. 4a4_tc;
white._-.Hc; woollen, 2_4c; imperfections 2_,aSr.
PREPARATIONS—OId Dominion Fertilizer
860: Gilham's Tobacco Fertilizer t7O UO; Oil
ham'sTruck do, .70 ; do. cotton Fertilizer,«6o 00;
Powhatan Raw Bone Super Phosphate, »60 00
Whann's Super Phosphate »._>; Soluble Pacific-
Sea Fowl, and Norfolk Fish, .50 00; English To
bacco Fertilizer, t7O 00; Eureka, t67>_; Flour of
Bone .60 00; Gilham's Peanut Fertilizer. t6O 00!
POWDER—Sporting, .s per keg, t6.60 by the ;
la*; blasting, t3.76a4 by the lot; mining, t4.26a :
4.60 by the lot; Eagle powder in fiaskstl 1.60 per '
case of 26 pounds: Treble F, In canisters, .in per '
of 26 pounds. I
SUGAR—Raw Porto Rico, New Orleans and <
CubaMus'do, B\alo_. ,
Granulated l.fc ExtraO U 1
Powdered 12X O j). 1
Crushed 12X Refined Ye110w....". 9
A 10, i Out Loaf. 12K '
B 104. " 1
Country merchants should remdmber lv order '
log, that refined sugar is constantly fluctuating. I
SALT—Liverpo-_,12.20a2.2_; jobbing price, per
sack. Gronnd Alum, tl .60al .76.
SHOT—_.Bo_-0_ per bag.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE—3Oa-_c.
TEAS—Black, 4oc._tl.oo— the last a prime ar
ticle; Imperial. _oatl__. Gunpowder, soatl.?.'..
METALS—lboh—Horse shoes, 7.a8).c; mnle {
shoes B¥aß _; nail road 8c I ,
I! \ .kill II NOTICES.
2-1
'pHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That a ___.
X rant in bankruptcy has been Issued out of
District Court ot ihe the United States for the
Eastern District of Va., against the estate of
The Mutual Building Fund and Dollar Savings
Bank, of Henrico comity and State of Virginia,
wMch has been adjudged bankrupt on the
petition of i s creditors: That the payment of
any debts, and the delivery of any property
belonging to stud bankrupt, to il or for its use,
and the transfer of any property by it, are
forbidden by law I That a meeting of the credi
tors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and
choose one or more assignees or trustees of its
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be holden at Richmond, Va , before W. -'.
Forbes, esq, register, on the 7th day of
April, a a , 1874, at 11 o'clock a. m.
DAVID B. PARKER,
mh 2.—S2w U. S. Marshal.
XN THE KIM Kit I I 111 RT OF THK CNI
TEI> STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Tin.ley _ Hooker, bankrupts
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the ___ day of M:trch. a. d.
1874.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 261 h day of March,
1874, filed in said District court by Tinsley _
Hooker, of Richmond city. In said district,
who has been heretofore dnly declared bankrupt
under act of Congress entitled "An act to establish
a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
United Stales," approved March 2d, 1867, for a
discharge and certificate thereof from all their
debts and other claims provable under said act,
1 and that the Huh day of April, n. d , 1874, at 10
o'clock a m, before W. W. Forbes, one of the
registers of said court lv bankruptcy, at his
office, iv Richmond in said district, is the
time and place assigned lor the hearing of
the same; when and where yon may attend
and show cause. If any you have, why the
prayer of the said petition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and thin! meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at the same time and
Place. VV. -w. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for the
mh 28—S-W Srd Pong'l Diet, of Va.
6160
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
) ;In the matter of A. T. W. Wallop, it bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned, Wm. I. H. Wallop, of Horn
lown, Accomac connty, Virginia, hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of A. T. W. Wallop, of Horntown, In the
county of Accomac, in said district, who was to
wi', on the 4th day of February, a. d., 1574,
adjudged a bankrupt upon his own pet ition by
the district court of said district.
Dated nt Horntown, the 21th day of March,
____]_... WM. I. K. WALLOP,
' Assigneo of A. T. W. Wallop, bankrupt.
mh 26—zaw.Sw
IN THE lIISIKK I COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
_'In the matter of Orson Adams, receiver, vs.
Jones ._ Piummer bankrupts —in bankruptcy.
Eastern District of Virginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting
of the creditors of the said .lones & Piummer,
bankrupts, for the purpose cf declaring a
dividend, will be held at Richmond, before W.
W. Forbes, esq., register in bankrnp'.cy, at his
office, in sail district, on Tuesday, the 7th day
of April, 1674, at 10 a. m., in accordance with
t-heprovislons of the 27th section of the Bank
ruptcy Act of March 2d, 1867.
At the same time and place I shall ask for my
discharge as assl.nee.
Dated at Richmond, this 24th day of MarchlS74.
ORSON ADAMS,
mh 2S-S3W Assignee.
em
IN THE OISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of .Tohn N. .Tone-, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
0 At Petersburg, this 17th day of March, 1874.
•TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby that a petition has
been, to wit: on the 17th day of March, 1674,
r filed in said District ecurt by John N. Jones,
•" of Stafford county, in said district, who
' has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt
'■ under act of Congress entitled "An act to estab
lish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout
» the United States," approved March 2d, 1867,
for a discharge and certificate thereof, from all
' his debts and other claims provable under said
act, and that the 13th day of April, a. d.
1874, at 10 o'clock a. m., before J. L. Waterman,
one of the registers of said court in bankruptcy,
at his office in Petersburg, in said
district, is the time and place assigned for the
hearing of the same ; when and where you may
attend and show cause, if any you have, why the
J prayer of the said petition should not be
granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
' and third meetings of the creditors of the said
1 bankrupt, will he held at the same time and
Place. J. L. WATERMAN,
i Register in Bankruptcy for the
mh Pi—Thaw* lth Cong'lDlst. of Va.
, TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
' XTEII STATES for the Eastern District of Vii
■ ginia.
In the matter of Willonghby Newlon, Jr.,
bankrupt—in liankruptcy.
I Eastern District of Virginia, lo wit:
By virtne of an order made on the 12th day of
. March, 1874, by Ihe Hon. Ro. W.Hughes,.judge ol
tho I'nited States District Court for the Eastern
District of Virginia, ia the above entitled cause,
, I will expose for sale on the premises in the
county of Westmoreland, at public auction, to
tho highest bidder, on MONDAY", THE 18-H
, DAY OK APRIL, the following real estate
In Westmoreland county, vlsi That valuable
farm called " Mount Pleasant," surrendered by
the bankrupt, containing 660 acres. This is
generally considered one of the finest estates in
Eastern Virginia ; produces well, lies immedi
ately on a creek within a short distance of Ihe
Potomac river.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance on a credit of
six,twelve and eighteen months, possession given
from day of sale, tille lobe retained by assignee
until the entire purchase money is paid, the
notes for the de.'erred payments to bear interest
at the rate of six per centum per annum.
Parties desiring to purchase this valuable
estate will apply for further information to
Messrs. Mathews _ Mathews, commissioners
for the creditors, law oflice No. 9 Goddin Hall,
comer Eleventh and Bank streets.
. . . . BOBERT M. MAYO,
mhl4-law4w Assignee.
4C..G
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Joseph Holt, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, this 10th day of M:ir.h, 1874
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been to-wit: on the 7lh day of February,
1873, filed in said District Court, by Joseph
Holt, of Accomac county, in said district,
who has been heretofore duly declared bank
rupt under the act of Congress entitled "An act
to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy '
throughout the United States," approved March
2d, 1867, for a discharge and certificate thereof ]
from all his debts and other claims provable un- i
der said act, and that the Ist day of April, a. (
d., 1874, at 10 o'clock a. ___, bafore J. L. Water- I
man, one of the registers of said court in bank- l
ruptcy, at his office in Petersburg, in said dis- t
trict, is the time and place assigned for the hear
ing of the same, when and where you may at- t
tend nnd show cause, if any you have, why the t
prayer of the said petition should not be granted. _
J. L. WATERMAN,
Register in Bankruptcy for the f
mhll—W2w» 4th Cong'l Dist. of Va. ■
TOB WORK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY ■
' EXEOUTED.
->»J WT-.KT.Y STATE JOITRNAL for one
J ear. t
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
6010
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
c ot Virginia.
f In the matter of Charles E -111, bankrnpt
, —in bankrupt' v.
~ To whom it may Concern:—The tinder
e signed, Charles B, Oregory, of Petersburg city,
f and stnte of Virginia, hereby gives
f notice of his appointment as assignee
~ of the estate of Chas. E. QUI, of Stafford
c connty in said district, who was le wit :
i- on the 18th day of Sep., a. d., 187:., adjudged n.
1 bankrupt upon the petition of himself by Ihe
s District Court of said district.
Dated at Petersburg, Va., March 28, 1574.
CHARLES E. GREGORY,
' mh 30—lawSw Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COITRT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District o
Virgiiiia,
In the matter of Richard S. ltew. bankrnpt
—in bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-The un
s dersigned, Charles E. Gregory, of Petersburg,
Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as
I assignee of the estate of Richaid S. Rew, of
Accomac coitnly In said district, who was, on the
27th day of September, a. d., 187:'., adjudged a
II bankrupt upon the petition of himself, by the
• District court of the United States for said ills
' Irict.
> Doted at Petersburg, March _B, 1874.
• CHARLES E. GREdnRY,
h Zmh So—lavr.w Assignee
c ' —Jgr-
a TN THE DI-TRICT COURT OF THE UNI
r JL TED STATES for tbe Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
'• In the matterof E.W.dales vs. Jo. Atkins,
" bankrupt—ln bankruptcy.
8 At Richmond, on the 14th day of March, a.
s d., 1874.
c TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
,t Please to take notice, hereby thnt a petition
_ have been, to wit: on the 14th day of March,
c 1971, filed in said District Court by Job
I Atkins, ol Chesterfield ' couniy, Virginia,
in said district, who has been here
j tofore duly declared bankrupt nnder act
j of Congress entitled '' An act to establish a
uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
Untted States," approved March 2d,1867, for a
_ discharge and certificate thereof, from all his
debts and other claims provable under said act,
:- and that the 2d day of April, a. d., 1874
'- at 10 o'clock a. m., before W. W. Forbes, one
lt of the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at
his office In Richmond In said district, is the
time and place assigned for the hearing of the
L . same; when and where you may attend and
_ show cause, if any you have, why the prayer
~ of the said petition should not begranted.
c Yon are also hereby notified that the second
0 and third meetings of the creditors of said bank
-1 rupt will be held at the same time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
y Register In Bankruptcy for the
mh 19—Th2w 3rd Cong'l Dist. of Va.
i, — _
6094
IN THE 111 vj RilTl'Ol 11T OF THE CNI
. TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
_, In the matter of John S. NorthiiiKlon, bank
t rupt—in banliiupi y
At Petersburg, Vn., this .4th day of March,
>. 1574.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
g has been, to-wit: on the 23d day of March, a
-, d. 1874, filed In said District Court by J. 8. North
a ington, of liinwiddie county. In said district,
'. who has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt
s under the act of Congress entitled "An act to es
y tablish a uniform system of bankruptcy
I, throughout the United States," approved March
t . 2d, 1867, for a discharge and certificate thereof
from all his debts and other claims provable un
y der said act, and that the l.'.th day of April,
a. d., 1874, at 10 o'clock a. m., before J. L.
I. Wa-eiman, one of the registers of said court
in bankruptcy, nt his office in Petersburg,
in said district, is the time and place
assigned for the hearing of the same, when and
_ where you may attend and show cause, If any
A you have, why the prayer of the said petition
should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings ef the cteldtors of the said
bankrupts wilt be held at the same time and
s Place. J. L. WATERMAN,
Register in Bankruptcy for
• mh2_—W2w» the 4t_Cong'l Dist. of Va.
0 TMSTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED
t U STATES FOR THE EASTERN DIS
,. TRIOT OF VIRGINIA,
t TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-Gbket
i_,i:
Notice is hereby given, that on the loth day of
March, 1874, TWENTY-NINE EMPTY SPIRIT
1 CASKS AND THIRTY-NINE POUNDS "F
' TOBACCO, valued at thirty-four dollars, was
' seized by the Marshal of the United States
■ for said district as forfeited to the use
of the United States, and the same la libeled
1 and prosecuted in this court in the name
f of the United States, for condemnation for
" the causes in the said libel set forth, and
B that said cause will stand tor trial at the court
room in the city of Richmond, on the oth dsy of
April, 1874, when and where all person. are
warned to appear to show cause why condemna
-1 tion should not he decreed, and to Intervene for
their interests.
DAVID B. PARKER,
mh 20—lot IT. s. Marshal.
. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Ul.l
- X TED STATES Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of Gilliam SDnnlop, bankrupts
' —in bankruptcy.
Eastern District iff Virginia _. :
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of I he
creditors of the said Gilliam _ Dunlop, bank
rupts, for the purpose of declaring a dividend,
' will be held at Richmond, at the office of W. W.
' Forbes, register in bankruptcy iv said district,
on Friday, the 17th day of April, 1871,' at lo
' o'clock a. m., in accordance with the provisions
1 of (he 27th section of the liankruptcy act, of
' March _d, 1867.
Dated at Richmond, this 11th day of March,
1874. WILLIAM 1.. WATKINS,
mh 26—W8w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for ihe Eastern District of
' Virginia.
In the matterof Geo. W. Wroten, a baiilrrnpl.
—in bankruptcy.
At Fredericksburg, on the 20th of Match, 1674.
T( I WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented lo the Hon. Robert W. Hughes,
Judge of said District Court in Bankruptcy, by
A. B. Botts, assignee of the estate of said
bankrnpt, to sell the real estate belonging to
said bankrnpt, free from all liens and incum
brances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested
that in terms 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 Register J. L. Waterman, at his office in
the Baid city of Petersburg, on the 81st day of
March, 1874, at 10 o'clock a. m., and show cause
If any yon have, why such order should not
begranted. A. B. BOTTS
mh 21—Saw Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matler of W. T. (ira.swili, a bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond. Va., this Kith day of March, 1873. '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : I
Please take notice, that a petition has been '
presented to the Hon. Robert W. Hughes, judge I
of said District Conrt, in Bankruptcy, by Jacob '
Cohn, assignee the estate of said bankrupt, <
to sell the real estate belonging to said bank- '
rupt, free from all liens nntl encumbrances '
thereon. ■
This is to give notice to all persons interested '
that in the terms of said petition an older has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per- '
sons who may be interested in said estate, toap- '
pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his office '
In the said city of Richmond, on the 2d day of
April, 1874, at 10 o'clook a. ra., and show causa, if
any yon have, why such order should not he,
granted. JACOB COHN, ' ,
mh 17—Tn_w Assignee. 1
JOB WORK -«EATXyTni. PROMTPTiIy .
• EXECUTED
All TION SALES.
mm TRUSTEE'S SALE gm
I A TRACT OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF
CAROLINE.
1 By virtue of a deed of trust, executed to me
by Jerry Myers, dated the _th day of January,
■ 1870, of record In the clerk's oflice of the County
• Conrt of Caroline, (deed book m, page .20,) anil
5 at the request of the party sernred therein, I
• shall offer for sale at public anction, on Ihe
1 premises, on FRIDAY, THE 21st DAY OF
'• APRIL, 1574, at 12 ra., a TRAOT OF LAND,
• containing 130 1-3 ACRES, more or le«s, tit-
I nated In the county of Caroline, township of
Reedy Church, adjoining the lands of W. P.
C. Ramsey and others. Has upon it TWO
SMALL DWELLINGS. About two-thirds of
. this land Is cleared and the balance is in Oak
I and Pine Wood, of good quality; within fonr
miles of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad nt
t Hanover Courthouse, In a good neighborhood,
convenient to churches, schools, stores, shops
- and mills.
■, TERM.S—Cash sufficient to pay off and dls
s charge the amounts due and secured by this
f deed, which is about 1530, and the expenses of
b the sale ; and the residue, if any, upon such
j credit as will be announced on the day of sale-
O. D. HARRIS,
mh I_—law-Wkw Trustee.
ggk VALUABLE REAL EST tTE Mm
GLOUCESTER COUNTY FOR SALE AT
PUBLIC AUCTION.
Pursuant to a decree or the District Court of
~ the United States for the Eastern District of
Virginia, pronounced on the 13th March, 1874,
• the undersigned, as assignee In bankruptcy of
Walter F. Jones, of the connty of Gloucester,
bankrupt, I will sell at public auction, at the
door of the Custom-house In the city of Rioh
_ mond, on THE -th DAY OF APRIL, 1874, at
, 12 o'clock m., nil the INTEREST surrendered
_ by the said bankrupt in certain Real Estate in
i, the county of Gloucester. This Real Estate
. consists of the well-known plantation situated
t on North river, known as "Waverley," contain
a ing 1,000 ACRES, and a parcel of LAND called
I "The Meadow," containing about 25 ACRES.
a "Waverley" Is one of the most beautiful and
s valuable estates in Eastern Virginia. The
, Dwelling is of brick, with slate roof, commodi
l ons and well-arranged ; the kitchen brick, of
i> two stories, and the out-bulldlngs ample,
t THE TERMS a«e: One-fourlh cash, balance
c of purchase money at six, twelve and eighteen
c months' time, in equal instalments, with in.
_ terest from day of sale, for which bonds, with
r security, arc to be executed to the undersigned as
assignee, and title will be retained until the
1 whole purchase money is paid.
:- This property may be sold privately before
the day of sale.
WM. B. TALIAFERRO,
mh 20—2aw3w Assignee.
" * - ASSIGNEE'S SALE JH
VALUABLE LOTS AND HOUSES IN FRED
KRICKSBURG, VIROINIA.
, Pursuant lo a decree of the district court of
Ihe United States, of date February 18th, 1874,
in the matter of George IT. Peyton, bankrnDt, I
0 will sell al public auction, in Fredericksburg, on
' the premises, en FRIDAY, APRIL San, 1874,
the following property, to wit I
- TWO LOTS on the corner of Princess Ann and
liixon streets, running i:',B feet on Dixon
street, and 80 feet on Princess Ann street.
' ONE LOT WITH DOUBLE FRAME TENE
-1 MENT, on Barton street, 69 feet front and
running back 05 feet, more or less.
'' At the same lime I will sell all of the OPEN
'' ACCOUNTS AND CHOSES IN ACTION of
'■ of said Peyton.
• TERMS:— One-third cash; balance on a credit
'' of six and twelvemonths; title to be retained
■| until all the purchase money is paid, purchaser
to give notes with approved security for he
' deferred payments.
1 . A. B. BOTTS,
fe 21—2aw..w Assignee.
_ "'
1 BANKRUPT NOTICES.
4503
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
Iv the matter of John R. Townsend, bankrupt
> —in bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, on the 16ih day of March,
1574.
_ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
f has been, to wit: on the 22d day of Jan., a. d.
. 1871, filed in said District Court, by John R.
. Townsend, of Accomac county, in said district
s who has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt
s under the act of Congress entitled '»An act to
~ establish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy,
1 throughout the United States," approved March
c 2nd, ISB7, for a discharge and certificate thereof
from all his debts and other claims provable un
1 der said act, and that the 13th day of April, a. d.
. 1974, at m o'clock a. m., before J. L. Waterman,
f oneol the registers of said court in bankruptcy
c at his office in Petersburg in said district, is the
. time and place assigned for the hearing of the
f same, when and where you may attend and show
cause, if any yon have, why the prayer of the
said petition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will bo held at the same time and
! Place. J. L. WATERMAN,
Register In Bankruptcy for the
mh 19—Th2w" 4th Cong'l Dist. of Va.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
.In the matter of T. G. Brooke, a hank nipt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., on the loth day of March,
la. d. IS7I.
ITO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition bus been
presented to the Hon. Robert W. Hughes, Judge
iof said District Court in Bankruptcy, by
Jacob Colin, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
bankrupt, free from all liens and encumbrances
thereon.
This is to givo notice to all persons interested
that in the terms of said petition, an order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his office
in the city of Richmond, on the 2d day of
April, 1874, nt lo o'clock a. m., and show
canse, if any yon have, why such order should
not he granted.
JACOB COHN,
mh 17—Tn2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the mailer of E. H. Valentine, a bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., on the l.th duv of March,
a. d., 1874.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice hereby, that a petition has
been to-wit: on the 12th day of March, 1874
filled In said District Court, by E. IT. Valentine, of
Henrico county in said district, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the Act
of Congress entitled "An Act to establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the
Unitea States," approved March 2d, 1867, for a
discharge and certificate thereof from all his
debts and other claims provable under said Act
and that thee th day of April, a. d., 1974, nt '
10 o'clock a. m„ before W. W. Forbes, one of the
registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his' '
office in Richmond, in said district, is the time '
and place assigned for the hearing of the same,
when and where yon may attend and show '
cause, if any you have, why the prayer of the ■
said petition should not be granted. i
You are also hereby notified that the second f
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at the same time and <
Place. W. W. FORBES, '
Register In bankruptcy for i
mh 19—Th2w Sd Cong'l district of .a. |
T©B WORK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY I
*3 EXECUTED.
<|> E WILL PAY FOR SIX COPIES OF THE 5
*_> WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for o__
year _
, TERMS OF SALE :-One-third cash on day
of sale, ano the balance on a credit of three and
, si-months.
JOSEPH JORGENSEN.
, Assignee of R. R. Stnut, bankrupt.
, mli 4—2nw3w
POSTPONEMENT.
, The above sale is postponed to SATURDAY,
f APRIL 4th 1874, al the same hour and place.
, . JOSEPH JORGENSEN,
f>' an-td Assignee.
Mm ASSIGNEES' SALE JBft
IjAND IN YORK COUNTY, VIROINIA.
In compliance with decrees of the United
' States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, In the matter of James s. Wilson,
bankrupt, dated December 21st, 1872, and of
j Marcii 14th, 1874.1 will sell at auction, In front
of the conrt-house at Yorktown, in tha connty
' ol York, and state or Virginia, on TUESDAY,
f APRIL 7m, 1874, at 12 o'clock m., 75 ACRES
■ OF LAND in Ihe county of York, Virginia,, and
' lying in Grafton township, with improvements
- thereon, adjoining tho lands of Curtis and others,
1 held In fee simple by said bankrnpt.
I TERMS.—One-third cash ; balance on a credit
i of six and twelve months, the purchaser to give
I notes with approved security for the deferred
I payments, and the title to be retained by the
• assignee until said notes are paid. Also, NOTES.
I BONDS, -md JUPi i MENTS due said bankrupt,
. for cash.
I , JACOB COHN,
mh IT I*-!- Assignee.
By T. I'm mull. Auctioneer.
mm ASM-NEE'S SALE gm
OF
. VA I.UA RLE PROPERTY IN PETERSBURG.
, VIRGINIA.
In obedience to an order of the District Court
of the United States for the Eistern District of
Virginia, in the matterof E. O. Hinton, bank
nipt, I will sell at the auction store of Tnos
Pannlll, In the city of Peter jbnrg, on WEDNES
DAY, APRIL 12th, 1874, at 12 o'clock m., the
following described property, surrendered by
- said bankrupt: ONE HOUSE AND LOT,
( situated on High street, In the olty gf Petets
- burg, a fine residence, in which the bankrupt
now resides. Also, ONE TWENTY-FIRST
• INTEREST in tho estate of the late Sarah
Gill; OHOSE3 TN ACTION, amounting to
f about* 1,000 of debts due the bankrupt, a list of
which mny be seen at the oflice of the auctioneer
| for five days previous to the sale. Real estate
to be sold clear of all Herts.
TERMS:—For the real estate, one-third cash ;
' balance in six and twelve months. For the
interest and choses, cash.
WH. H. ALLDERDICE,
1 mh2n-2aw3w • Assignee.
ASSIO-EE'S RESALE
or
1 REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OF RICH
MOND.
I
f By virtue of an order of the United Slates
district court for the eastern district of Virginia,
dated February 17,1874, I shall, as assignee or
G. W. Colgin, bankrupt, sell on TUESDAY', THE
r Slst DAY OF MARCH, 1874, at 12 m, at public
auction, in front of the United States court•
house, at Richmond, Virginia, an undivided
FIFTH-INTEREST in a LOT near Rocketts,
surrendered by said bankrupt, a full description
- of which will be given on day of sale.
This interest will be sold free from all lions and
encumbrances excep. the contingent right of
dower of said bankrupt's wife.
• TERMS:—One-third cash; balance on a credit
of six and twelve months, the purchaser to give
t notes, for the deferred payments, with interest
added from day of sale, and the title to be
' retained until the purchase money is fully paid.
O. H. WENDLINGER,
l mh 1,1—'.-w3w Assignee.
. mm ASSIGNEE'S SALE ggk
j VALUABLE REAL ESTATE TN THE CITY
t OF RICHMOND, AND COUNTY OF HEN
, RICO.
By virtue of an order of the United States
J District Court, for the Eastern District of Vlr
f glnla, bearing date March 12th, 1874, I will sell,
on SATURDAY', APRIL 4tb, 1874, at 12 o'clock
ir.., on the premises, as assignee of Rebecca W.
Krlßhman, bankrupt, her life Interest in a
BRICK TENEMENT on the east side of Go.er
, nor or Thirteenth street, between Main and
, Franklin streets. And at 4 o'clock p. m., on
r the premisee, her LIFE INTEREST in FOUR
, ACRES OF LAND in Duval's Addition, In the
county of Henrico, just beyond the northern
I boundary of the corporation line of the City of
I Richmond. Also her life interest in two other
1 acres of land aojoining thereto In said county.
Also her fee simple interest in one-sixteenth part
of said six acres of land in Duval's Addition.
These interests will ha sold free from all liens
and encumbrances.
TERMS:—One-third cash; balance on a credit
of six and twelve months; the purchaser to
i give notes for the deferred payments, with in
terest added from day of sale, and the title to be
, retained until said notes are paid.
0, H. WENDLINGER.
mh"o—2aw:iw Assignee.
A SSI-NEE'S SALE gm]
REAL ESTATE IN*"'THE COUNTY 1?.
GRANGE.
By virtue of a decree of ihe United States
District Court for the eastern district of Virginia,
entered on the 19th day of February 1874, the
undersigned, as assignee of John F. Taliaferro,
bankrupt, will proceed to sell at pnblic auction
to the highest bidder on WEDNESDAY, the
22_ DAY OF APRIL, at 1» o'clock M., the
REAL ESTATE surrendered by said bankrnpt
to wit: A tract of land containing 380 ACRES
lying In the county of Orange adjoining the
lands of P. A. Spotswood, P.Jones, and others,
abont three miles from Rapidan Station, on Hie
W\, C, V., M., A G. S. railroad.
Sale to be made free of all liens and incum
brances on the property, and to take place ou
the premises.
TERMS OF SALE.-Onefoiirth cash; and
Ihe balance on a credit of one and two years
with interest at the rate of six per centum pet
annum, the purchaser to give notes with ap
proved security for the deferred payments, and
the title to be retained until said notes are
paid. T,. L. LEWIS,
mh 12—_aw_w Assignee.
mm isiu..._■._....' sale ~~ ill
I-AND IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY, V.V
In compliance with decrees of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, In the matter of William H. Rowe,
bankrupt, dated December 21st, 1872, and ol
March 14th, 1874,1 will sell at auction, In front
of the court-house, at Yorktown, In the county
of York, and state of Virginia, on TUESDAY,
APRIL 7th, 1874, at 12 o'clock m„ SOO ACHES
OF LAND with Improvements thereon,
situated in the county of Gloucester, Virginia,
in fee simple, except as to one seventh, which
is held as tenant by courtesy.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of si*, and twelve months, the purchaser
to give notes with approved security for the
deferred payments and the title to he retain.l
by the assignee until said notes are paid. Also,
a lot of CHOSES IN ACTION, NOTES, BONDS,
Ac., due said hankiiipt, for cash.
_ — . . JACOB COHN,
j mhlT—_awtt>r Assignee.
TOB WORK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
9 EXECUTED.

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