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11. vV. <.l 11. I -i KniTO* »»» Plotrailn a
■ o 93._ ■•Jatn Street, Kichmond, Va
Official Taper for the uovernaieiit.
WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JAK. 25. lfTJj
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COI'JiTV Sl'B;i;lllPTIO.V»TOHVII.
-lIOAO KNTEUPHIIEII.
If tho action of tho House of Delegates,
un a bill authorising a vote to be taken in
Augusta county on tho question of a ȟb
ctiption by that couuty of "not lets than
$200,000 to tha Valley railroad, and
y 100,000 to tho Shenandoah Valley rail
road," is to bo taken as an indication of a
general policy in regard to similar sub
scription*, tin; subject is of such vast— nay,
vitil Importance, that it deserve* tho full
cut examination and closest scrutiny by
peiple of all classos, before tbey sanction
by their hallots the result of Iho roll-call.
Every voto cast "for tho subscription," is,
in fact, a vote to contract a permanent
I"M— a .debt which can only bo evaded
ihfca&ety of dishonor, or cancelled by
ting grinding taxation from the people
meet interest and principal. When
Is issued to any company, receive luo
-imalur of the. county, by attaching
public seal, tho faith of tire county ia
ged for their punct«»l payment
rding to tha contract expressed on
• face. It is a grant of public credit,
an teed by tho pledge of public proper
nd although the letter of section 15, ar
-10 ot the constitution, may not directly
d such grant aud guarantee, tho spirit,
terproted by the discussion on thia
section in tho convention, ciearly does.
"The State shall not be a party to or be
come interested iv any work of internal
improvement, nor engage in carrying oo
any such work, otherwise than in the ex
penditure of grauts to tho State of land or
other property," ia the lauguogo of the
section; and why wis it interpolated, go
to speak, in tho present constitution, for it
is a new feature, and was introduced for a
parpoee ? The reason is plain. The con
vention, whea they came to deal with tax
ation and liuitioe, found Virginia loaded
down with a mass of debt, incurred in
aid of speculative undertakings, and hav
ing entered their solemn, carefully consid
ered protest against repudiation, deter
mined to mako that protest effective by
.prohibiting further grants of public credit
in a direction which bad proved so over
whelmingly disastrous. Section 14 of ar
ticle 10' is equally restrictive in tho same
diuectiou : "The Slato shall not subscribe
to or become interested iv the stock of any
.company, association or corporation ;" and
yet much and plausible argument is used
to establish a principle one hundred an
one times moio dangerous, that each o
the parts may do for itself what is per
emptorily forbidden to tho wholo.
This is avoiding Mcylla to moot more
diro disaster in Charybdis, it is allowing the
agents to run their credit when their princi
pal bus stretched his to tho Verge of bank
ruptcy, aud his suspended paper is tho
foot-ball of the stock exchanges of the
world. Any person conversant with
monetary operations is well aware that
the value of public securities Is graded
generally — first, corporate (thriving cities
or towns) ; second, State, and third, count}
or township. Tbe creditor of a corporate
city or towo, fiuds valuable property upon
which he can levy to press his claim (c
settlement ; the creditor of a State looks
to public piido, and tho power of a legis
lature to impose ami collect taxes ; bul
the public creditor of a couuty finds t
court-house and jail, in an isolated place
possessing no marketable value or appro
priateness for general purposes,.—." ant
there's an cud," except interminable law
suits, in defending which every owner oi
property iv the county is backed by every
other like owner, under tho fir3t law ol
nature— self-preservation. VVe may be
told—in fact, we are told—that these sub
scribing counties will have valuo received
for their bonds, by providing they shall be
taken at par by the company for whose
benefit tho bonds aro issued.
Wo reply they aro worth to tho company
what they aro worth in the market, no
more, no ; and if they are worthless in
the market, they arc equally worthless in
the pocket of a citizen of the county it-su
ing them. It would bo just as reasonable
to assume, lb it a contractor who paid off
Lis laborers, on any section, with counter
feit currency, mada that county richer, by
the pockets of hor people being crammed
with irredeemable paper. Tho value o'
the bond, iv the hands of a person who
sells ties or rails to tho road, or contracts
for excavation or embankment, is what it
will bring him iv cash or aupplies, for the
piyment or subsisteno..' of his laborers .
nnd if he relics, for meeting his engage
ments, upon tho only tangible thing about
the bond, six. or eveu twelve psr cent, in
terest on its full value, ho will find him
self without money, credit or redress, and
his bonds must finally be forced upon the
market, where it would have been much
better for him had they gone at fiist.
The subject ia as wids iv its character ai it
is important in Us bearings, and under a
sense of public duty we may allude to
other points, demanding careful investi
gation ;. as, the inevitable effect of
over-issuo of county bonds, upon
Stato finances, aDd upon tho success of our
system of public education; granting, for
argument's sake, that no danger was in
curred by such over-issue, is our railroad
system (if we can bo said to have any)
■uch as looks to benefitting the Slate,
Which needs all our help, or rival cities
beyond her borders, which do not need i
help, and will not under any circumstances J
minister to her iieeessilifg? and aro these
insinuating corporations desirous to de
velop the resources of any portion of Vir
ginia, or to reach across her territory and
grasp that trail sriiui.Une wealth of pro
duce which should be poured into her own
bosom, a perennial fountain of commercial -
tml, ii it wise to adj ths ri«k of indefinite
liabilities, iv addition to thoso alraady in
curred, which mako careful men hesitate
to become responsible for, by making pur
chases of property, subject to taxation, for
the purpose of liquidating th<m?
Saratooa Spbinbs.—The Evcelsior Spring,
Saratoga, has taken a very prominent position
among tho many bubbling, boiling mineral
springs ef that fashionable watering place and
summer resort, since the present enterprising
proprietors of the valuable estate In which it
rises have commenced tbo extensive improve
ment! they havo had in contemplation'
The Excelsior Spring is one of ten differ
ent mineral springs on this estate, which aro
I situated in a beautiful valley about one mile
I east of the Tillage of Saratoga Springs, and it
is reached by two roads, either of which leads
I through a beautiful country; another route is
I through a shady wood, much resorted to by
pedestrians who desire to exchange tbe dusty
road for the cool shade of a romantic forest
retreat. The improvements in the valley in
which rise these varied mineral springs, con
sist of newly graded roads, a tract of reoently
planted forest trees, and a greater and most
Important ona for Saratoga, is an artificial
I lake, which has been formed on the estate, by
which the village is to be supplied with a head
of water, which will, perhaps, bo the means
of preventing any more conflagration, by which
so many flno hotels have been burned, to the
great loss of the business people of Saratoga.
Further improvements are contemplated on
I a liberal scale, one being a new and extensive
Bottling Houso, to meet the increased demand
for the Excelsior Spring Water, which is for.
warded to all parts of the United States, and
ts sold In bottles by most first-class druggists.
I The water is also sold on draught, being ship
ped from Saratoga in gas-tight reservoirs lined
with pure block tin, and is forced out at the
counter precisely as it fl iws from the spring.
An omnibus line will run to and from the
springs during the summer season, fer the
greater convenience of the excursionists, whe
J make up numerous parties to visit this attrac-
J tire location, and diink its effervescing and
J sparkling waters.
iiUKS, PISTOIaS fcC."
I Vim. 1400 Main St., and OOtfOroaU St.
(near Second Market,)
Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail
n e.-.Lrrt m
IUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL. FINJ
OUTLURV FISHINO TACKLE AND
Onr stock Is unuanally large this season, embracing
I a oomplete assortment from the beat European and
j AmoiMrau houses, and will be sold a* low as possible.
I GUNS and RIFLES mado to order and repaired 1*
I the very best manner. Aijout lor Remington's cheat
and first-class HP.X ARMS.
N. B.—Orders l-v maf! or-mrptl, rjllor). roe
rpAYLOR BROTHERS, DENTISTS, 1112 MAIN
I JL STREET, (over Tribbett's confectionery,) extract
I teeth without pain; insert teoth ai low as $15, and
I don't charge for extracting. Sensitive teoth filled
I without pain. Any tooth filled with gold, and war
TAYLOR BROTHERS,
UIS Main street, Richmond, Va.
N. B.—ln«truclions in any bunch or dentistry giv-
I on to the profession on reasonable term*.
WOOD <fc COAL..
11J58T RED ASH ANTH^CIST^EOrT'iV^
l» STOVE COAL, atf7.6oper.on. Best seasonet
j OAK and I'INH WOOD at lowest price, Sawed ami
Ja-12—lm corner Main and Seventh streets.
BASKBUPT NOTICES.
I TN tbo District Court of tho Inited States for thi
j -*■ District ot Virginia.
Iv tb* matter of Williamson Burnett, bankrupt—
To'whom It May Concern :— Tbo undersigned
L. 11. Haymoud, of Bedford county, Va, hereby givei
notice of b's appointment as assignee of the estal;
or Williamson Burnett, of Bedford county, Virginia
la said district, who has heretofore been adjudged i
bankrupt on his own petition by tho District cour
ot said district.
Ja 14—S3w AYMOND, Assign**
I IN the District Court ot tho United States for Uu
X District of Virginia.
ln the matter of Thos. Johnson, bankiupt—ii
bankruptcy.
I t Whom " Mht Concorn:—Tho undersigned
I LD. flaymond, of Bedford couuty, Va, hereby rivoi
notice of his appointment as assignee of tbo eota'<
-4 Thos. Johnson, of Bedford county, Virginia, in laic
district who has heretofore been adjudged a bank
ruptonhi* own petition, by the District court of tuii
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITE!
A STATES, for (be District of Virginia.
In tho matter of John 3. Sandy, Bankrupt--it
I Bankruptcy.
To Whom It May Concern:—The undersigned
• I W. W. Walker, of Westmorelunrl county, Va, herebj
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tho es
tate of J. 8. Sandy, of Richmond coy, iv said district
. who was, on tbo 15th aay of Sep'ber, 1870, adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Doted January 13,1871.
Ja 1«-S3w Jf. W. WALKER, Assignee,
yo—lnvoluntary.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THJC UNITED
STATEe, for tho District of Virginia.
In the matter of Ruber, Matthews 4 Roberts vs.
John L.Cox, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy.
To Whom It May Concern:—The undersigned. T.
H. Brooke, of Carollue county, Va'., hereby jprat
I nutlco of bis appointment as assignee of the estate ol
I John L Cjx, of Henrico county, in said district,
I who was, on tho Ist day of Doc, 1870, adjudged a
bankrupt on his creditors' petition by the Pistilcl
Court of said district.
Daled Milford, Va , January 10, 1-71.
Ja -JO— FJW T. 11. PRO: IK K. Aaalgnnn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITHU
the District of Virginia
I In the matter of F. (1. Harris vs. T. J Noble
laokrupt— In Bankruptcy. '
To Whom It MaysCi nicer ii:—Tha undersigned Wm
I 11. AIM.-i-.tn c ol Richmond city, Va, hereby 'givi-s
notice of his appointment as assignee or Ibe estate of
Thos. J. Nob!-, of Henrico county, in said district
who was, ou the 31st day ef October, 1870, adjudged
I a bankrupt upon he pntitlou of 1, Q. Harris, by lb*
I District Court of said district.
D»teil Rlohmoml, December 6,1870.
de VH.irv WM. 11. A LI.DKIRPIOK. Assignee.
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il. A serin of arcbe-i, to to built of mired ma
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nader similarity of name, t» usury the con*d*n:o < f
th* people and lurn It lo their iwa seltlshcess led
I dishonesty, but their efforfs hare prov*. fruition
while (he Pain Ki11.,,- _ , t i:i growing lv public fivor
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BH.XK.RVrt AUTICBS.
4164
TO GIVE NOTICE:
t on thi 19th day of January. 1871, a war
ikruptoy .was Issued igalnst thi *t!il* rd
ay. of Lnray, Pag* county, in i Stat* ol
hohil teen a'Xu t-ed a bmkrupt on his
owu petition:— Thitthe payment of my debts • ;
lb. delivery of my property bolonglng to laid teok
i up', to him or for his use, and the transfer of my
I'y'yhiu are forbidden by liw:—Thit a
meeting of Ibe creditors of Slid lankrnpt, to prove
their debt., md cho.se one or more isilgneei of his
relate, will be held »t i Court of Bankruptcy, to b.
bcldenat theofHcs of the Register in Bankruptcy,
at Harriionburg, Va., before C Douglas Gray, K*q,
Register, on tb* 221 day of February, IS7I, at 10
o'clock A. M.
DAVID B PARKER,
J* WVMW IT. S, Marshal.
41M
rpniS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: Thit on the 17
X diy of January 1871, • wirnnt In bmkru
cy wan issu.il agaiu.t tbe estate ot Au.
Ifogo, of Staunton, Augusta connty, and State
Yir, ioin, who ha* been adjudged a bankrupt
his own petition :—That tbe payment of any deb
anil tbo delivery of any property belonging to Mb
bankrupt, to him or for biß us*, and the transfer
any proporty by hi _ are forblddoa by low :—Tha
mooting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to pro
their debts, and choose one or more ussigne** o
hi. cstato, will be held at a Court of Bankrupt
lo be lioM«n at the office of Ihe Register lv Ban
ruptcy, at Hirrisonburg, Virginia, botore 0. Doug
Gray, Esq., Register, ou the 2 st day of Febrna
lS7l,*t 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 18-Th2w U. 8. Marshal.
rpms IS TO OIVR NOTICE :
X Thit on the 18th diy of January, 1871. *wa
raut In bankruptcy wa* issued against tho estate
Jonn Wolfley, of Page county, and State o
Va., who has hcen adjudged a bankrupt on hi. own
petition: That the payment of any debts, md tho dell
very ol any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his uso, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the
creditor* of ths said bankrupt, to prove his debt*,
j and choose one or more assignees of his estate, w.
I bo held at a conrt of bankruptcy, to be holden
I tbe c.lhco of the Register in Bankriiptry,at Hirrison
j burg, Virginia, before C. Uf.ugla* Gr ly, Esq., Reg
j tcr, on the 21st day of February, 1871, at 10 o'cloc
' _ _ DAVID B. PARKER,
__» *_______ U. 8. Marshal.
rj\ HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
I That on the 16th day of January 1871,
warrant in rmkruptcy was issued uralnst tl
estate of Davit M Almond, of Page ountv, an
Stale of Virginia, who has teen adjudged a'bank
mpt on his ow . petition :—That fate paymeni
of any dobts, and Iho delivery of any property he
longing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use am
tho transfer of any property by him, aro forbiddei
by law :—That a meo'iug of Ihe creditor!, of nil
bankrupt, to prove tin ir dobts, mid choose one ol
inoro assignors of his estate, will be held at a Conn
of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Register's ofllci
in Alexandria, Va., before Lysauuar Hill. Esq., Regis
tetj on the 11th day of February, I*7l, at 9 o'clocl
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 18-Wiw U.S. Marshal.
'I''HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE;
1 That on tho 14th day of -annary, 1871, awa
j rant in Bankruptcy was issued a<r:iinnt the estate o
las C. Johnston, of Madison county, aud p.tati
J of Virginia, who has been adjudged a Bankrup
I on bis own uotitinu:—That the payment of anj
dr-t tr, and thenollvory of any property belonging ta
said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans
for of any proporty by him aro foibiddrn bylaw:—
I That a meeting of tho creditor! of said Bankrupt, tc
I prove their debts, and chooso one or more assignee!
I of his estate, will be held at n Court of Bankruptcy
I to be holden at tbo Register office in Alexandria, Va.
I before Lysaudor Hill, Erg., Register, on the lit!
I day of February, 1871, at 0 o'clock A.M.
'I 'HIS 1. TO GIVE NOTICE:
X That on the 16th day of January, 1871, i
wanint in bankruptcy was issued against tlio c*
I lute of John B. Coates, of Louisa county, and
I State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
I on his own petition :—That the payment of any
debts, and tbe delivery of any property belonging tc
said Bankrupt, lo bim or lor his use, and tbe trau.
I fer of any property by him are forbidden by law :—
, That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, tc
prove their debts, aud choose one or moro assignee*
of bs estate, will bo hold at a Court cl Bankruptcy
to be boldon ot the Register* office in Alexandria,'
Va., botoro Lyaauder Hill, Esq., Register, »n tholltli
day oi February, 1671, at 9 o'clock A. M.
, , _ DAVID B. PARKER,
Jalß—W_w U. B. Marshal.
riiHlS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
j X That on the 14th day of January, 1871, a wer
I rant iv bankruptcy was Issued against tho estate
I of C. W. Ooontr,, of Frederick county, end Stat*
I of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
I his own petition :—That Ihe payment of any debts,
I and tbo delivery of any property belonging to said
baukrupt, to him or for his uso, and the tiansler ol
any property by him aro forbidden by law :—That a
meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
I tboir debts, and choose one or moro assignees i I his
j ostntc, will be held at a court of bankruptcy to be
I holden at tho Register's office in Alexandria, \a., be
fore I.yaander Hill, Esq., Register, ou tbe lllh day
I of February, 1871, at V o'clock A. U.
ja 18—W2w U. jj. Marshal. '
4lrlo
'|-<HI» IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
I JL That on the lath day of January, 1871, a
I warrant iv bankruptcy was issued against the ga-
I tile of Johu a. Oieli, of Alexandria county, State ol
I Va.. who has.boeu adjudged a baukrupt on his own pc
I tition:—That the payment ol any del,!*, aud thedeli.
Vary of any property belonging to Slid Bankrupt, to
him or for his uso, and the transfer of any proporty
by him ar* forbidden by law :—That a meeting of tbe
I creditors of the said taukrupt, to prove their dohu,
I and ohooß* ouo or more assignees of his estate, will
j be held at a Court ol Bankruptcy, to be holden ut
the Register's office in Alexandria Va., before Lysau
der Hill, Esq., Register, on the lllh dny of Fubrun-\
1871, at » o'clock A. M.
ja 13—W2w if. i. Marshal.
I ■ —— — —-—-
' fMIIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE:—
X That on the 14th day of January, 171, a
warrant lv Bankruptcy was issued against the **•
I tare ol Greenbtiry Grimes, of Loudoun county,
1 and State of Virginia, who "has beeu adjudged a
j bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the
I paymoot of any dobts, and the delivery ol
any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him
I or for bis use, nnd the transfer of any property
by him aro forbidden by law : That a meeting of tbe
j creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
I and chooso one or moro assignees of his estate, will
I ba held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
j toe Register** office in Alexandria', Va.,beforeLjian.
d*r Hill _,q, Register,ou Ibe lllh day of February,
90—Involuntary.
I TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
I 1 STATUS, for the I'istrict of Virginia.
In tbe matter of Q. W. Brocks el a'a ts J. M. I-r-
I due, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
i'O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Piuise to take notice, that a petition has been pre-
I tented to tho Hon. W. W. Forbes, rsq., Register in
I Bankruptcy In said District, by James M. Moody,
j assignee of the ostate of said bankrupt, to 101 l the'
realeatutn belonging to slid bankrupt, free from all
I liens iheroon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested, that
I in ferine of raid petition an order haa boon issued by
I the Register :i -aid, for all persons who may be in-
I Urosted in said estate, to appear before iho said Reg-
I Istor, at his office, in Ihe city of Kichmond, on the
I 31st day of January, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. hi.,
I and show causo, if any they bavo, why snob order
should not be granted.
Ja 14 S2w JAME3 M. MOODY, Assignee.
82—Involuntary.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
I J. Elates, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter,jif Ja*. F. Shilling va. Denis K. For
| d bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
To WhoioitMay Concern: —Tho undersigned,
j John M. Hall, of Henrico co , Va., hereby gives notice
I of hid appointment os assignee ol the cstaioof Denis
I K. Ferguson, of Unanoko co'ty, in said district, who
I was, on tho loth day of April, IS7O, adjudged i
I bankrupt by the District Court of said district.
Da'cd Richmond, January 19,1871
.iil6-TJi3w JOHN M. HALL, Assignee.
|rT tbe District Oqnrt of tho United Stales for ths
I A District of Vfe-giaia.
lv tho matter el Johu M. Clark, bankrupt—iv
--mi it- Mcy Concern:—Theuudorsl_ned. Jac b
Colin, of l-'ichuiond city, Virginia, gives
notlco of his appointment as assignee of tbe estate
of John M. Clark, of Fluvanna county, Virginia, in
said district, who was, on the 6th day of Decenib. r,
1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his ownpotition by the
District court of fittkl district.
Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, 1871.
ja2_-la»3w JACOB COHN, Asslgneo.
[ TN the District Court of the Uuited Btltes for the
X District ol Virginia.
Iv the matter of John S. Woods, baukrupt—in
bankruptcy,
Tr Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, J. J
I. Datksdal*, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby
gives notice of his appoiutmeut as assume of tho
estate of John "8. Woods, of Fiauklin county, Va.,
in said district,who has heretofore been adjudged a I
bankrupt on bin own petition by tho District court of I
said district.
Jl 13—W"w J. P. BARKSDALE. Assignee.
TN TUE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
-A STATES, for Iho I'istrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Murdoch float 11, Kenkrnpt— I
In bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern: —The undersigned, Jas.
H. Calrow and William W.Old, of Norf.nk, Va., here
by givo notlco of their appointment as aesignoe. of |
the estate of Murduck Howell, of Norfolk county,
In .aid district, who was, on tbe 17th day of De
comber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own pe
tition by the District Oonrt of said district.
JAMES U. CALROW,
AHBIGJIBK BALKS.
tl
FARM BTOCK, te.
By authority of tbe Dultea sutta District Coort
w-. *. "}""*' <"" Tlrninli, In the raitterefWm.
N.Ward, bankrupr I will ..11, ,t publli au*t!on,*t
Wirsiw, Richmond county, on
MONDAY, FFBRUARY dm, UfJ, (Conrt-day),
• t 12 o'clr.ck M ,
A >"*! lot of FARMING UTENSILS
. JTu?^- 38- « l 'U«isttog of CATTLE, SHFF.P
•THI MUW.**;
I'v-JJ??.''-"*" F,T *NITUR_,
L LoI A .cIL 0 _ O M oL s 8 ;. , . , '_r 0, ' 3 A * D THEO -
Ttix* Otut.
JUS-MAFaw , ' BWM E ' m °»Z-
Assignee
A •SI 0 N EEg SALB
**• of
VALUABLE LAUD IN THE COUNTY OF LU
NENBURG.
n.oi-H-,"! " f ,™ ? rd f 0| ,he "__*!*. Court < f lb.
tn h-^iS U K lM . f ?r. . be Dl,,ri, '- t of T»rginl.,lw|l| sell,
to lb. highest bbliler, at pnbllo auctloa, at Meherrm
Depot,on tbe Richmond aid Ilauvlll* railroad, .a,
WEDNESDAY, THE In DAY OF FSBRUAXtY, 1871,
=^■ e D[^o?_*i!. li, ' n " 4,,1 l ''iiirimibrancri, that very DE-
S RABLETRAOT OF LAND .arreudered byfWl
W. Davis, bankrupt.
The .aid trait of land consists of about ou. bun
?,.„. OB " d, ' B lllere is » I" 1
Irime DWELLING HOUSIi, of four room*, and nil
' "''"""J» ""'-buildings, aud Is situited within three
■IM of Moherrfn Dapot.cn tbo llicbmornl aud Dm-
I Tille railroad
T p tt M3—The purchaser to pay iv (tub onn-tbird
ci me purchase money,aad to execute hi. boa Is,
with approved security, fur tiie ro-idue In »_ml in
stalments, payable re«p*otiv*ly in one and two year,
wllh Intercut from day or aala.
I J» »—ThSiv nf Bam'l VY. I'mvi'n, Bankrupt.
I JX. c»
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN LtNHNRURO
I - B J* Tlrtno of « n order of th* United States Diitrlct
Court for the District ol' Virginia, dated the -111,
day of December, IS7O, I will felt at Burki.ville on
FRIDAY, THE *t> DAY OF FKiJRI/AoY, 1-Tl.
th* following tracts of laud, to wit:
No. I.—Containing 800 or 900 ACR"«. with FINE
BUILIiIMIiS, adjoining the lands of t. H. Knight
I and others.
No. «.—Containing about 2io ACKB3, a'joining
tho liuds ef K. 0. Scott md < th*r*.
No. ».-Contalning 700 or 800 ACRES, adjolnln*
the l.uds of W. Y. Neal and otheri.
No.*.—LOT OF LAND at Lunenburg C. H., con-
No. &.—Revisicmry INTEREST In SCO ACRES
LAND, now in the occupancy of Jane K. Stoke*.
I Also whatever Interest tbe bankrupt may bare In
I the estate of Mtb. Jane M. Illaekwell. Iho ah ye
I lauds are told subject to the wife's right of dower.
TERMS—So much cish as niiy I.e. neocfsnry to
pay expenses in bankruptcy, nnd the balance on a
creditor twelve and eighteen months wllb Intereit
from the day of sale, the purchaser giving bond and
I approved security, and tho title retained until all
I the purchase money is paid.
Plati of these 1 intls will bo exhibited on day ol
bond* md account* surrendered by thn
petitioner, will be sold for ci.sh nt the same time aad
I 10— 1 a Assignee *f B. H. Slok'ca,
I A BSIONB K'S SALE
WHEAT, OATS, CORN, _c.
Iv (bo mutter of DENIS K. FERSUSON, Bankrupt.
By vlrtH*i r a deorce of tha United Stat** Dl.trref
court for the district of Virgiaia, of date J*aua-y
lUlli, 1871, I shall oßer for sale on
FRIDAY, JAN UA';Y'J7tii, 1371,
on the premises ot said bnnkrlpt, near Poajj _ Mill
iv Roanoke county, a quantity of WHEAT. OATS
and CORN j also, I>LO.VS, HARROWS nnd othor
AORICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS (being the same
property advertised to be .old by the U. 8. Marshal
on Junuaiy 23d, 18711.
TtH.M i Ci.SH.
~„.,.„ JOHN M. HALL, Asslgneo
Ja 10-M4FLW of Denis K. Ferguson, a bankrupt
I Will be said, to the highest bidder, at the lawldeuci
of N. S. Edmunds, iv th* couuty of Brunswick, oo
THE Slru OF FF.BUUARY, 1871,
I the following property bolouglng t 0 the catat* ol
j said Edmunds, a bankrupt, vie:
About (too ACRES OF LAND, aud all kla PERSON
I AI. Pit-'rplGJt'l'Y.
TERMS - I.nud, one third east; sr»!an*e on a credll
of six ami twelve months, Interest from date, and tl
tic retained. Pst-uoiial property cash
Ja 17—-twgy Lit WIS _. Hlf'BY. Asslgne*.
BANUIIIIPT NOTICES.
3101
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITEI
-*- STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
Iti the matte:- of John K. Milluor, binkruut
in bankruptcy. "
To Whom it May Concern: The underlined
Ellsha Keau, dr., ot Danville, Virginia herebi
gives notice of his appointment as asslgne* of Ihe e«
tat* of .7. K. Mill. cr. of Pittsylvania CO., in said dis
tritt, who «■»!, on the 201b "day of January ISO'i
I" ;ed a bankrupt upon his own petition by thi
■i Court nl said district.
i- Danville, Y»„ December 31st, 1870
-WBW ELISHA Kit AN, Js., Assignee.
HE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITEI
iTES, lor tho District of Virginia
In Hit) mailer of E. II ttokci, Laukruot
krnptrv. r
o Whom it May Concern:— The undersigned
I t-**,of Ir. Eiward county, Virginia her*
•s notice of his appointment us assign** of thi
of E. 11. Stokes, of Lunenburg co'tv, in sale
r, who was, on the 11th day ol Nov'lef, 1870 ad
a b inkrupt on his own petition by the Die
>urtof sajd dutrli :. '
d December 29, 1870.
■»»» P. A. FORBES, Assigns*.
' ta ——
IS. I ; IS I! 1 __L TOI 0P TUB UNITED
TEB, for the District of Viiginia
ithematterofaMaitl a. Watson, Binkm.t
--c rnptcv.
bom It May Concorn :-The undersigned, P
■es of Pr. Edward county, Va, hereby give.
>1 bis appointment as mslgnee of the estate ol
. Watson of Pr. Edward co.in said district
s, on the Ist day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudge 1 a
dL™ . ° WD POtition bjr th " Wi*™ Ccurt
December 29,1870.
M3w_ p. A . FORBES, Aislgnee.
IE DISTHICT i-OURT OF TUB UNITED
is for the Dirt ict or Virginia
r waller of Waller 0. Calloway. Unk.not— lv
itcy. u_ apt- m
oinitMayC.iiicrru:-Tho uodorslgued, J. P
.le;. of Patrick cottufy, Virginia, hereby, iv«
i bts appointment «. assignee of the estate
ir (J. Calloway. Freoklln cuuntv, Viiglniu, in
ti.t.who has heretoforelieeu ailjudgcua bank
his own petition by tho District court of c.id
'WB- . J. P. BM'.KSDALg, Awignee.
Liitrii-t Ci.i.rt t_ tho United Stat** for th*
ict ol Vlrg.nln.
a the mutter of A. L. Bnrrelt, bankrupt—ln
ley. '
ksdale, cf Patrick county, Virginia heri-bv
ice of hi* ipnolntment us aasfgnee of th.
A. L. llmrell, of Fraukllncounty Virginia
lisinct, who has heretotore bees adjudged a
t.onbii owi petition.by the District court
intrict
ff"" J- P- BARKSDALE, Assignee.
Hstrlol Court of the United Slates for the
matter of (liles N. Tlioiupaon, bankrupt.—in
i(.ni it May Concern :-■ The nndersigued,
"ilalo, ol Patrick co., Virginia, herelry aives
hi* appointment as naslgnue of the estate
I 1 .i.i.ii. ~iin, ol Franklin county, Virginia
Irlct, who hm heretofore be. v iidjudned a
on Inn own iietitiou by the District court
itrict.
y ** J. P. lUBKBDAHS, Assignee,
lstrlct Court ot the United State, for th*
of Virginia.
ho matter of J. F. Shields, b-nkrupt—le
whom It May Concorn :-The nuderslgucd
sdale, ol Patrick county, Virginlu hereby
co of his appointment as asslgne*of th.
. F. Shields, of Bototouit connty Vlrg'nii
heretofore been Trudged a bankrupt on
tition by the District court of said district
8w J. P. UARKfDALE, As i-..e.
strict Court of tbe United States for the
of Virginia.
o matter or Jack McQhee, bankrupt—in
/. *
It M»y Concern:—Tho undersigned L D
A Bedford co'ty, Vs., bereliygives notice
ointment as assignee or the e.tnte of
bee, M Bedford county, Vireinia, ln
t, who has herotuforo hern adjudged a
n his own petition by lh* District court
let.
» L. D. HAYMOND, Assignee.
REVOLVINB CHRYSTAL PR. SMA laO I
AR, at VTAQNER _ OO's DiurH.ue I
Illumicatxl nlghtty |, xi—t,
J"U I'KINTINO EXKCUTKO IN TtiK FINEST
Style et THIS OF I k'Jt ■ |

r;.i. ni.
T\ JAMnAL's 1.11.:
By virtue of a writ of v.nditlet.l ecponts, iaiaed
rrom the O erlf. office or tb* D. S. DIMi l.t Oonr*. te
■_ directed, I shall, on th*
tOTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1171,
at th* factory WW. A. Robertioo, North Miyo
Hrnry county, at IS o'clock M„ .ell to th* highest
hldd«r. for ea?h, the following property, to wit:
One Factory Building,
2 Box Sctews md r_apM,
Benches, Desks, Ac ,
3,600 pounds leaf Tobecco
8,000 pound. Stem*.
ALSO,
ontheJISTDAYOF JANUARY, 1871, at 10 o'.lock
d; "?'•■ wl| l be sold, at Perm's Store, Henry county,
Virginia,
120 box*. Manufactured Tobacco.
Parti*) desiring to purchase aro invited to attaad.
JOHN P. YEATMAN,
Deputy U 8. Marshal,
for DAVID B. PARKKR,
~No7_.o\
Af ARSHAL'S SALrT
Ky virtno of i writ of venditioni exponas, Is-** 1
I f m the Clerk's offl.e United Htatei Di.trict court,
to me directed, I shall sell at Cedar Grove, at the
resldenc* of Nicholas Frown, Patrick county, Vir
ginia, on the
IST DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1871,
at IS o'clock M , to the highest bidder, for ***b, th*
renewing property, to wit:
1 Log Building,
117 Ifslf-Box** M*nut«*tured Tobaooo,
28 <juart*r B xes Manufactured Tobaeoo,
3Screw Pres.ee,
1200 Pounds Lump Tobacco,
2000 Pounds Leaf Tobacco,
I ■ 000 Pounds Scrap Tobicio,
i/i Box Licnrfoe,
1 Screw and 1 Roll Bench.
- Partiea desiring to purchase are Invited to attend.
JOHN P. YEATMAN,
Deputy U. 8. Marshal,
for DAVID B. PARKER,
J«- 18—<« U. 8. Marahil.
. No. 131.
VTARSHAL'S SALB.
I By virtue of a writ of vonditlanf exponas, issued
from tbe Clock's Office of C. 8. District Court, to me
directed, 1 shall, on Ihe
28TH DAY OF JANUARY, IS7I,
in tho town of Hanvil n at II o'c ock M., sell, to the
1 highest blddir, for ca*h, the I, ll*wi-g property, to
I Thn o hundred and fifty-cne (3(1) half bote*
I | Manufactured Tobacco,
Ono Hydraulic Pried,
: i - c ix Retainer Presses,
T«n Box Screws,
, j Bauds, benrhes. Driers, Ao.
Part!., desiring lo purchase tire invited to attend.
: JOHN P YEATMAN,
Deputy U, B. Marshal,
I | for DAVID B. PARKER,
, Jolß—td it. ft-. Marshal.
' A TARSHAL'3 SALB.
I By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, f«»-u*d
from tho Cli-ik's Orflco of U. S. Diitrlct Court, to uo
1 directed, 1 shall, on the
I 28TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1871,
in tho town of Danville, at 12 o'clock M., sell, to the
. highest bidder, for cash, the following property, to
Fifteen (16) Boxes Manufacturod Tobacco.
I I'll ties desiring to pmchsse aro invited lo attend,
JOHN P. YEATMAIS,
I Deputy U. S Marshal,
for DAVID D. PARKER,
HAIUHAL'S SOTIC-S

t JL/ States for the District of Virginia.
r To nil whom it may concern —Gkeetins :
I Notlco is hereby given, That, on the 11th day
January, 1871, the school,or Phobo 8 William
was sealed by the Marshal of tho United Stat
I for said Diatrict, as the same Is libeled and pro
. i-cut. d iv this Court for condemnation for the
cause* in the said libel set forth, aud that aa
. cauie will ataud tor trial at the court-room
the city of Richmond, on the 81st day of Januar
next, 1871, when aud where all persons are waruev
to appear to show cause why condemnation shouh
not bo decreed, and to Intervene for their interest
DAVID B. PARKER.
United Status Marshal.
Dated January 11. 1871. ja 14—lbt
,
248—Revenue.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern —Gbsrtino :
Notice is hereby given, That, on tlie 10th day of
January, 1871, nine hundred aud fifty pnniul i Man
ufactured Tobacco, claimed by B. F. Baxter _ Co.,
of Petersburg, Virginia were, seined by tbe
Marshal of the United St tes for said district as for
feited to tho use of the United Slates, aud th* aim*
is libeled and prosecuted iv this c--urtin the name
of tho United States, for conderauation for the causes
in said libel set lorth, and that said cause will stand
for trial at tho court-room In the city of Rich—loniL
on the Ist day of March imxt, 1871, when and
whero all persons aro warned to appear to show
cause why condemnation should not be docreed, and
to Intervene for thoir Internal*.
DAVID B. PARKER,
„ H. S. Marshal.
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deHl—t* WM. M. LBDLBT.
SAVISGS BANKS.
REMOVAL,
TO NBW BANKING ROOMS,
No. 10 Nortli Teutii Street,
Between Main and Bank Street*.
I NATIONAL FRFJSDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST
OOMPANI
j OHAKTBR-I) BY OONGREB3 MARCH, IBM.
DIPOSITB received and PAYMBNTB made dally
(excepting holidays) from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
and on Saturday Evening* from 9 '
to 8 o'clock.
INT_BBBT declared In March, July and Novemkar
oa all soma of FIVE ((.) DOLLAIiS and upward*.
DSPOMJ-S r.v ■■:-.! of FIVB CUNTS md upward*
I fcb ,„ OHARLItg BPBNOBB
MKI.MBO_,P.
Female*, owing to the peculiar aud Important t*
I litioni which they sustain, their peculiar organlu
Hon, and tbe o«en« they perfbrm, are sobj*ot to
many .uaTering*. Freedom from these contribute In ao
■mall d.gree to Ihoir heppin.st and vr*lfare, for ncn*
can be happy who ar* IU. Not only so, bnt no oa* o(
lious fMual* cenplalnt. caa long be s_fl*r*d
I without Involving th* genoral health of
riduil, tan er. long preeuorag permanent
and premature decline. Nor 1* it pleaeaut
ft * physlolan fcr th* relief of these various
iffectlens, aid only upon Uio meet urgent
will a tree woman so far sacrifice her great
is to dc this. The box will then thank us
;g ln their hands slmplo specific* which Hill
ofßcaclous ln relieving and curing almost
>of thane trocbleeome complaints pocnlla:
BCLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.—Hunurodj
In silence, and hundred, of other* apply
drngglst* and doctor*, who <ith*r merffly
them with the hope of a cute or apply
which make them worse. I woulrl not wish
anything that would do Injustlco to th*
but I am obliged to say that although it
rodnced from excessive exhaustion ol tho
f life, by laborious employment, nnwhole
ind food, profuse menstruation, the n*e ol
"See, and frequent childbirth. It I* far ot-
E.d by direct irritation, applied to the tun
mbrn-eof tha vagina ibulf.
reviewing tbo cause, of these distressing
a. it la moat painful to ooatetnplate the st
ills consequent upon them. It is bnt siiu
> to the anbject to enumerate a few of the
itlonil cantea which bo largely offset th*
I, aud happiness of woman in all oinseue ol
id which, consequently, aHect more or lens
be welfare of tb* entire human family.—
i that exists for precocious education and
causes tb* years that nature designed for
developement to be wasted and perverted
train!? of dress, the early confinement of
I especially in the unhealthy excitement of
iom. Thua, wllh the body half-clothed,
md unduly excltod by pleasure, pervert
night revel tho hour* designed by nature
ml rest, ibe work of destruction la hall
icd.
.turner) of this early strain upon her ly.
awsory effort il required by tbe delicate
otain her tltuition In school to a later
ggravating th evil. When one excite
>r, another in prospective keeps the mind
iiisitiT* to impression, while the now oon
tint of fashionable drew, absolutely fbr
exercise Indispensable to the attainment
m of organic health and atrcnirtb i the
night air; tk* sudden change of terape
somplote prostration produced by execs.
[, must, of necessity, produce their legiti-
At last, in early marriage caps the oil
try, and thi unfortunate one, hitherto
gardless ef the plain dictates and reraon
ler "delicate nature, becomes in unwill
cf medlcil treatment. This ii but a
truthful pUturo of the experience of thousand, el
our young women.
Long before the ability te exercise the fnnctiene of
the generative crgnu, they requl.ro an education of
thoir peculiar nervous system, composed of what ia
called the tissue, which Is, I common with the fe-
I melo breast and lips, evidently under tho control of
I antntal outotlon* and aasociatlona at an early period
I of life ; aad, as we .hall sabserjuoatly *e_, those emo
tions, when excessive, lead, long before pnborlly, to
habit* whjoh a*p tk* very life of their victim* er*
I aiture his self-completed thoir devolopmont
For Fomal* rVeakceu and Deltiii - Whites o
I Leucorrhaea, oo Profuse Mecstr'! lion, Exhaustion,
Too Long Continued Period. Prolapami and Bear
ing Down, or Frolapsu Uteri, we offer the most per-
I foot specific known: lUumols- Co_t»_i<d Ez
later or Brone. Dir**tloas for use, diet, and advice,
_
Females ia ev„ry p*riod of life, from infancy to ex
treme old *ge, will find It a remedy to aid nature in
the discharge of its functions. Strength la the glory
of manhood and womanhood. li_l_iioi_>'s Fmbac.
Bros. Is more strengthening than any of the pre
paration! *f Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and more
I pleasant. Hnmou'a ExnAOt Bdohd, haling r*.
I celved the endorsement of the moat prrmln*nt Phy*-
I lclans In th* United State., ia now offered to afflicted
humanity v ■ certain car* for the following disease*
I and symptoms, from whatever canoe originating
flenoral Debility, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Head,
Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Reef
leasueas and Bleep! •asnes* at night, Alwenee of Mna-
I cnlar Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,'Braa
elatlon, Low Splrlla, Disorganisation or Paralysl* of
tbo Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, lv fact, all the concomitant* ef a Ifervoo* and
Debilitated state or the system.
To ineure tho genuine, cut this ent. Ask lor
I ILtaMBoLE's. Take no other. Bold by Druggist* and
Dealors everywhere. Price $1. I*s per bottle, or
six bottle* for $6.00. Delivered to any addre*..
I Describe *ymptoms In all communication*. Address
H. T. HELMBOLD, Drug aad Chemical Warehouse,
58. Broadway, N. Y.
VTONE ARB.OINCINtI UNLESS DONE tTP IN
k engraved wrapper, with fc*.jlmilo;of
I ?al Warehouse
l -**» IH. T. HUSI KtOLP.

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