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■ > 0 ■»._ »l»s« Utirecti tUalmoad, OM.-tal Taper Our U. Utti,rmtmn»l. THURSDAY I.YKNI.VIt, JAN.26, 1871. ILAIM iv th« uouaia op their FKIKNUS. Mr. Duncan was not more foully slaugh tered by the wicked Mr. aud Mrs. Mac beth, while passing the night in fancied security at their hospitable tnansiou, than Mr. Moucnro Bob.MO-'i Bay Lino, and the Seaboard and Roitioke, and the Rich mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac rail way cunapa.ies have been by tbe leading paper of Norfolk—tho Journal. That pa per does not agree with its rontemporary, the Day Book, from which we quoted some extract! on Tuesday, that the Bay Line and the Seaboard aud Roanoke road aro the sole hope of Norfolk, or that they aro of any very material benefit to that city in any way; and, therefore, It does not share in the fear that an all-rail line from Richmond to Washington will bring abao lute, unavoidable and irretrievable ruin upon the beautiful "City by the Sea." It, in fact, treats the whole matter with an indifference bordering on contempt; and seems rather to take ploasure in the threatened disaster to those hitherto haughty and imperious monopolists of tho South Atlantic coast trade and travel. In referring to the commotion that has been caused by the application of the Alexan. dria and Fredoricksburg company for an amendment to their charter, which shall authorize them to continue their road " o» to Richmißd," by the way of Fredericks burg, the Journal of Tuetday very com placently says: The battle now going on between the "All rail lino" from Richmond to Washington and the Seaboard and Roanoke railroad company, is one ln which, so far as we can see, we have very little interest, except to profit by their dissensions, and make the most we can ont of them for ourselves. That it is the design of the powerful corporation, now aiming to con trol our Southern railroads, tt> take tbe freight away from us and carry it to a Northern city, we havo very little doubt. Tbat this is and has been the policy of the Seaboard and Roa noke railroad, is equally manifest. Whether Betsy gets the better of tho bear, or the bear of Betsy, is therefore matter of indifference to us. If either tho Pennsylvania f'nolral railroad or the Seaboard aud Roanoke railroad wants the aid of Norfolk, let them bid for it. When w* are told that if tbe former of thu* corpo rations ,'gets control of the Wilmington and Weldon railroad and ita connections, it will compel us ta pay local rata* over thia road, we are l*d to inquire if we do not have to pay those rates now. When we bear that ita policy will be to favor Philadelphia, we want to know if the policy of its rival is not to favor Balti more. The true policy for Norfolk is to stand aloof from both, and finally to give her aid to that one which promises most to her. When our representatives in the Legislature aro called upon to cast their votes in favor of either one or the other of these rival routes, let th«m as certain which of them is disposed to give the most liberal and reliable guarantees to Virginia interests, and let them favor that one. We at least are rejoiced to find that a crisis has arisen to teach these corporations the danger of trifling with our interests; and we trust tbe lesson may be still farther impressed upon their understandings, when they find that if treated as aliens and strangers in tha days of their prosperity, we will not rally as friends to their support at the first cry whioh is wrung from thetn in their adveisity. That's right. Let them fuel occasionally that they have bodies to ba damned though they have no souls to be saved, and that the press and people are powers that even corporations cannot afford to ignore or treat with indifference. Wa thought the Day Book exaggerated the dangers which threatened Norfolk from our few yards of all-rail line to Washington, and that it was railing at it without just cause ; and we think it will agree with us, too, that, if a simple line of railroad between this city and Washington which may connect with the two lines going South, say ths Weldon on tbe one side, and tho Danville ou the other, can effect the commercial ruin of Norfolk—why, that its thriving little city will be very easily ruined indeed, and is scarcely worth striving to save But this is all nonsense. The increasing trade and travel between the North and the South ask increased facilities, quicker and shorter routes, and reduced rates. We cannst afford to give anybody a mo nopoly of the business. The interests of the people demand that there shall be competition, and tho prosperity of the whole 'country requires more rapid means of communication between tho extremes of the two great Atlantic sections. Why, it is a burning shame, nnd reflects but little credit upon the energy and public spirit of our people, that this direct road has not been completed long sir,ce; and every hour spent in useless opposition to it, from any cause whatever, is precious time shamefully waited. The people who will be directly bene fitted by this work, which we look upon as second in importance to no improve ment in Virginia, may he counted by the millions, whilu those who will be directly or indirectly injured, financially, we may almost enumerate on our Gngers, even ad • mitting that any Ujury will in the end be done to a single individual—which we do not believe will be the case. Richmond and the country tributary to her, are entitled to this much at the hands of the other sections of the State. It is but simple justice ; she demands it as a right, and does not beg it aa a favor ; and if her people are satisfied to trust their interests in the hands of a foreign corpora tion, and are not afraid of either of those bugbears—Baltimore and Philadelphia we don't think the penple of any other sec tion of the State should object. We are content to run the risk ; and if we lose by it, the fault will be all our own, and we will alone have to pay the penally of our blunder. In the amendmont now before the Leg islature to extend the charter of tha Alex, andrla and Fredericksburg road,—the title of the company is changed to the"W_3h iagtonand Richmond Railway Company," and the road is required t» be completed in five years,—by which time we expect to have business enough with the North to keep three or four direct roads, and as t___7 steamship Hi.*., in constant employ rnont. The last section, too, mako* the i following very interesting stipulation, to ' wit.: That if the said Washington and Bichmond , railway company shall become the owner of a raajirity of the capital stock of the Richmond, . Fredericksburg and Potomac railway company then, and in such event, the said Richmond, ' Fredericksburg and Potomac railway company shall be subject to taxation, the same as other property, aud the said Washington and Rich mond railway company shall be required to redeem the capital stock of said Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac railroad com. pany, owned by the State of Virginia at par with bonds or certificate* of indebtedness of said State. Now, this ia a very important matter to the State. Under its present charter, the Fredericksburg road is forever exempt from taxation by the State. It does not pay a doll.r into tho treasury, a_d yet has all the rights and privileges that any other road which does pay can claim ; and that is the reason it never has, and never will, apply for a charter to carry on its road to Washington, the natural terminus; for if it should come before the General Assem bly to ask an amendment to its charter for that purpose, the whole road would be brought under the general railroad law, and it would have to surrender its rights under its old charter, and for which it has been offered a million of dollars 1 Think of that—a million of dollars simply for the privilege of running a short road free from taxation! What is the State not losing when private parties can make so liberal an offer as this for the ex emption ? Well, if the new company should secure a majority of the stock of this road—and it is only a question of time—by the terms of the charter, the property will become subject to taxation, and we shall no longer have that anomaly in this day of practical equality—a privi leged railroad company in Virginia. The State will be benefitted to that extent at least, and the tax-payers, proportionately, relieved. If it bo worth a'milliou to pri vate individuals to be exempt from taxes, it will certainly be worth double that sum to the State. Therefore, let u» have the all-rail lino. OtIUS, PlH'l'Olit *C. 1869. 9*** 1869. S. SUTHERLAND, Mam. I __« Mala St., Mad 009 Broad St., (near Second Market,) ImeorWT, Miaa&eturei, Wholesale and Retail MALsa iif -tras, sivLis, pistols, gun material, *in* cfotlsr., fishing TACKLE AND HUNTSMEN'S OOODS. 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Haymond, of Bedford county, Va., hereby gives notice of hia appointment hfl assignee of the estate of Williamson Burnett, of Bedford county, Virginia, .in said district, who ha* heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition by the District court ot aaid district. ja!4—S3w L. D. HAYMOND, Aaslgnee IN the District Court of the United Stat** for tb* District of Virginia. ln tb* matter of Thoa. Johnson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The nnderajgned, L. D. Haymoid, of Bedford county, Va., hereby gives notice of bis appointmeut aa assignee of tbe estate t_ Thos. Johnson, of Bedford county, Virginia, lv said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bank rupt ou liis own petition, by the District court of said district. ja!4—33w L. P. HAYMOND, Aaaignef. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In th* matter of John S. Sandy, Bankrupt—in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concorn:—The undersigned, W. W. Walker, of Westmoreland county, Va., hereby gives notice of bis appoiatment aa assignee of the es tate of J. S. Sandy, of Richmond coy, in said district, who waa, on the lath day of Bep'ber, 1870, adjudged a baukrupt on hi* own patitiou by the District Court of said district. Dated January 13, 1871. ja 14-S3W "W- W. WALKER, Assignee. 96—Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In tbe matter of Fisher, Matthews _ Roberts vs. John L .Cox, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, T. H. Brooke, of Caroline county, Va., hereby gives notice of bis appointment aa assignee of the estate of John L. Cox, of Henrico couuty, in Baid district, who was, on tbe lat day of Dec., 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis creditors' petitiou by the District Court of said district. Dated Mllford, Va., January .0, 1871. ja 20—F3W T. 11. BROOKE, Assignee. 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BANKUI'PT IfOTIOBB. 4104 riMIIS IS TO OIVK NOTICE: 1 That on the 18th day of January, 18T1, ft war rant in bankruptcy was Issuad Against tbe nsfate ot David McKay, of bumy, Page county, an i State ol Virgmia, whoht* !e*n u-iiudged a bankrupt on bin own petition :—That tho jmynient of any debts, ami tha delivai y of any proporty belonging to said bank rupt, tohim or for hi* uso, and tbe transfer of any property by him are foibiudm by law:—That a meeting of tbe creditor* of said tankrupt, to prove thfltr debts, and choose one or more as.fgnees of hia estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to ba holden at ihe office of the Register in Bankruptcy, R_l_arri-.ouburK.Vt-., before 0. Douglas Gray, Esq, Register, on the 231 day pf February,lß7l, at 10 o'clock A.M. __ _, DAVID R.PARKER, Ja -X>-F-w V. S. Marshal. 4153 rpIIIS IS TO GIVK NOTICE: That on tbe lTth X day of January 1871, a warrant iv bankrupt cy was Issued against the estate of Austin Iloge, of Staunton, Augusta county, and State ot Virginia, who haa been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any proporty belonging to said baukrupt, to him or forJbht use, and the transfer ot any property by him are forbidden by iaw :—That a meoting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of the Register iv Bank ruptcy, at Uatrlßonburg, Virginia, before 0. Douglas Gray, Esq., Register, on the 2 st day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, jalg-Th2w U. 3. Marshal. , 4164. rpIIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICB: JL That on the 16th day of January. 1871, a war rant in bankruptcy wa* issued agaiust the estato ol John Welfloy, of county, and State of Va*. who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition: That the puyment ol any debts, aud tho deli very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his uso, and the transfer of any property by htra are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove his debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at the office of the Register in Bankuiptcy,at Harrison burg, Virginia, before C. Douglas (ir y, Esq., Regis ter, on the 21st day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, Jal9-Th2w U, 8. Mar-dial. 4167. rr* HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICB : 1. Thatou tho 16th day of January 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy waM issuod attaint the estate of DavM E Almond, of Pago c.unty, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bank' rupt on his own petition :—That thu payment of any debts, and tho delivery of any property be longing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use and the truusfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law :—That a mooting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their dtbttk and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will lie bold at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo ho'deu at the Register's office in Alexandria, Va.,b-.fuve Lysander Hill, Esq., Regis ter, ou tho 11th day of February, IS7I, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER. ja 18—W2w V. 8. Marshal. * _. _ — rpHIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE; X That on tbe 14th day of January, 1871, a war rant in Bankruptcy was issued against the estate ol Erastus 0. Johnston, of Madison county, and of Virginia, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition:—That tbe payment of any debts, nnd the delivery of any pieperty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans fer of any property by him are forbidd. n by law:— That a meeting of tho creditors of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at the Register office in Alexandria, Va,, before Lyeander Hill, Esq., Register, on the 11th day of February, lS7l,at 0 o'clock A.M. DAVID B.PARKER, Ja IS—W2w D. S. Marshal. 4160 rpHISIS TO GIVE NOTICE: X That on tho 16th day of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the es tate of John B. Coates, of Louisa 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 auy property belouging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans fer of any property by him are forbidden by law :— That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Ban_cruptcy, to be holden at tho Register's office in Alexandria, Va., beiore Lyßauder Hill, Esq., Register, en the 11th day of February, 1871, at 8 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, Ja IS—W2w U. 8. Marshal. 41C2 ritniS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: X That on the 14th day of January, 1871, a war rant in bankruptcy was issued agaiust the estate of C. W. Coontf, of Frederick county, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—That tbe payment ot any debts, and tho delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and tbe tiansfer of any property by Mm are forbidden by law : —That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their dobts, and choose ono or more assignees of his estate, will bo held at a court of bankruptcy te be holden at tbe Register's office in Alexandria, Va., bo fore Lyeander Hill, Esq., Register, on the HLh day of February, 1871, at V o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, Ja 18—W2w U. 8. Marshal. 4160 IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on tho 14th day of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the es tate ot John a. Gieb, of Alexandria county, State of Va.,who has-been adjudged a bankrupton his own pc tition: —That tho payment of any debts, and thedeli v.ry of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to Lira or for his use, and the transfer of auy proporty by him are forbidden by law :—That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, _and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Register's office in Alexandria, Va., before Lysan der Hiii, Esq., Register, un thellth day of February, IS7I, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, ja 18—W2w U. S. Marshal. 4159 rHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:— That ou tbe 14th day of January, 1871, a warrant in Bankruptcy wi.s Ipaned against the es tate of Greenbury Grimes, of Loudoun county, aad State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition:—'That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden bylaw: That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and ehuowo ono or more assignees of his estate, will be held ut a court of bankruptcy, to be holdon ai the Register's office in Alexandria, Va., before Lysan» der Hill. *_i>q , Register,on the 11th day of February, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, jalß—W2w U. S. Marshal. 90 —Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of G. \V. Blocks «t als vs J. H. Per due, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN . Please to tako notice, that a petition baa been pre sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, Fsq., Register in Bankruptcy in said District, by James M. Moody, assignee of tbe estate of said bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens thereon. This i<; to give notice to all persons interested, that in terms of said petition an order has boon issued by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who may be in terested in said ostate, to appear before the said Reg ister, at his office, in the city of Richmond, on the 3lst day of January, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any they have, why suoh order should not be granted. jal4B2w JAMB 3M. MOODY, Assignee. 82—Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States, for the District of Virginia. In the Ja*. F. Shilling vs. Denis X- Fer guson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern: —The undersigned, John M. Hall, tof Henrico co , Va., hereby gives notice of hisappoiutmont as assignee of the estate of Denis K. Fuigubou, of Koanoke co'ty, in .aid district, who was, on tbe 16th day of April, I_>7o, adjudged a bankrupt by tbe District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 19, IS7I ja 16-Th3w JOHN M. HALL, Assignee. 4133. TN the District Court of tho United Etatos for the *- District of Virginia. In the matter of John M. Clark, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern: —Tho undersigned. Jacob Cohn, of Kichmond city, Virginia, giveß notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of John M. Clark, of Fluvanna fiounty, Virginia, in Bald district, who was, on tho 6th day of December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tho District court of said district. Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, 1871. . * ja 2_-law3w JACOB COHN, Assignee. IN the District Court of the United States for the District of Virginia. In tbe matter of John S. Woods, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, J. P. Bark_dale, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of John. 8. Woods, of Fiauklin county, Va., in said district,who has ber*tofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District court of ■aid district. j ft is—W3w J. P- BARKSDALE, Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED -*- BTATICB, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Murdock Howell, Bankrupt— ln bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned, Jas. H. Calrow and William W.Old, of Norfolk, Va., here by give notice of their appointment as asbigneesof the estate of Murdock Howell, of Norfolk county, in said district, who was, on the 17th day of De cember, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt ouhlß own pe tition by the District Court of said district. JAMK3 H. CALROW, WILLIAM We OLD, JtlS—flw* At#i§MW. I 0* FARM STOCK, -*. By authority of th* Unlt*a stale* fllatrlct Court Ibr tho dMrlet of Virginia, in the m_tt*r efWm. N. Ward, bankrupt, I will soil, at pnhlt* inatloD. »t W»rsaw, Rich-wad county, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ors, IS7I, (Court-d*y), at 19 o'clock M , A large lot of FARMING UTENSILS, FABM STOCK—cotialstipg of CATTLE, SHEEP and HOGS; ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIBRARY OF MIBOKI.LANKOUS AND THEO LOGICAL BOOKS, A*., Ac. Tuns Cast. LEWIS E. HIGBY, Ja 1.--MAF2W Aaai.noo. A SSI Q N E -'» BA L E -TV or VALUABLE LAND IN THB COUNTY OF LU NENBURG. By virtu* ef an order of tho District Court cf th* United Slatas for the Diatrict of Virginia, I will **11, to the highest bidder, at public auction, at Meherrin Depot, on tha Richmond and Danville railroad, on I WEDNESDAY, THE Ut DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1871, free from all Hens and encumbrance*, that very DE SIRABLE TRACT OF LAND aurr«nder*d by Sim'l W. Diria, bankrupt. The laid tract of land consists of about on* hun dred and fifty acres, upon which there Is a good frame DWELLING HOUSE, of four rooms and all necessary out-buildings, and ia situated within three milca of Meherrln Depot, on the Kichmond and Dan ville railroad TERMS—The purchaser to pay in ca*h one-third of the purchase niouey, lad to execute his bonds, with approved security, fur the residue, in equal In stalments, payable respectively ln ono and two years, with lntereat from day of lale, JOHN R. BAILEY, Aaslgnee, la B—ThSw of Sam'l W. Davis, Bankrupt. A SSIGNEE'S SALE A or VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN LWNENBURO COUNTY, VA. By yirtne of an order of the United States District Oonrt for the District of Virginia, dated the '/.th day of December, 1870, I will sell at Bnrkevllle, on ; FRIDAY, THE 3a DAY OF FBBRUA&T, 1871, the following tracls of land, to wit: No. I.—Containing 800 or 800 ACRES, with FINE BUILDINGS, adjoining th* lands of L. H. Knight and others. N*. t.— Containing about 280 ACRES, aljoining the land* ef l. C. Scott and ethers. jNo ».—Containing 700 or 800 ACRES, adjoining th* lands ot W. Y. Real and othera. No. 4 —LOT OF LAND at Lunenburg C. H., con taining about 10 ACRES. No. s.—Revisionary INTEREST tn IvO ACRES LAND, now in tho occupauey of Jane E. Stokes. Also whatever interest the bankrnpt may bar* in the estate of ..Ir;. Jane M. Ulaekwell. The abnTe lauds aro sold subject to the wife's right of dower. TERMS!—So much cash ia tiny fie necesaiiry to pay exponsos in bankruptcy, and the balance on a creditor twelve and e.ghtcen months, with Interest from the day of tale, the purchaser giving bond and approved security, and the title retained until all the purchase monoy is paid. Plats of tb*so liads will be e_hiiiit*l on day of 49-The bond* and accom ts surrendered by the letitiouer, will be sold for cash at the same time end laoe. P. A. FORBES, Assignee *f E. B. Stofeea, ja 10—tawMw Biinlript A SSIGNEE'S SALE r\ OP WHEAT, SATS, CORN, A*. In Ihe matter af DENIS K. FERGUSON, Bankrupt. By vlrtuii fa decree of the United Stat** DlstrlM eonrtforthe district of Virginia, of date January «th, 1871, I shall offer for sale ou FRIDAY, JAN UAKY i.7.-, IWI, on the premises of said bankrapt, near Pong's Mill, n Roanoke county, a quantity of WHEAT, OATS nd CORN ; also, PLOWS, HARROWS and other AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS (being the same iroperty advertised te be sold by the U. 3. Marshal in January 23d, 18711. T.RMB CiSH. JOHN M. HALL, Assignee Ja 16 MAF2w of Denis K. Ferguson, a bankrupt. 0 T I 0 B. Will bo said, to the highest bidder, at the rosidonc* of N. S. Edmunds, iv the couuty of BruniwUk, ou THE Dtb OF FEBHUART, 1871, t-e following pr.-perty belonging to the oetata of aid Edmunds, a baukrupt, , r.: About 000 ACRES OF LAND, and all hi* PERBON AL PROPERTY. TERMS -Land, one third oash; l.ian*een a arc.lit ■ six and twelve months, interest from date, and tt t c retained. Personal property cush. Ja.l7—2aw»w LEWIS 15. HIGBY, Assignee. BANKRUPT notice:*.. 3161 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ■*■ STATES, tor th* District cf Virginia. In the mattur of John K. Millner, bankrupt— n bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern: Tho undersigned, Sliaha Kean, Jr., of Danville, Virginia, hereby ivos notice of his appointment as assignee of the os ate of J. K. Milli.er, of Pittsylvania co., in said dia rict, who waa, on the 25th day of January, 18-9, djudgod a bankrupt upon his own petitiou by the >istrict Court of said district. Dated Danville, Va., December 31st, 1870. ja 4— W3w ELISnA KEAN, Jn., Assignee. 4119 N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED L STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of E li. Stokes, bank i t.pt— v bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, ', A. Forbes, of Pr. E.'ward county, Virginia, here ly gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tb* estate of E. H.-tokes, ot Lunenburg co'ty, in aaid istrict, who was, on the blth day of Nov'ber, 1870, ad udged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis trict Court ef said district. ' Dated December 2», 1870. Ja 2— M2w P. A. FORBES, Assigns*. 1129 N THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED . STATES, for tho District of Virginia. In the matter of -lintel A. Watson, Bauknpt— a Bankt nptcy. To Whom if May Concern :—The uudersigned, P A. Forbos, of Pr. Edward county, Va, beri-by give* totice of bis appointment aa assignee ot the estate of lan'l A. Watson, of Pr. Edward 00, in said district, ho was, ou the Ist day of Deo'ber, 1870, adjuelgiJ a mukrupton his own petition by th* District Coast ' said district. Dated December 20,1870. ja 2—M3w P. A. FORBES, Ai_„n. o. 2OOS N THB DIBTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED . States for the District ol Virginia. In the matter of Walter C. Calloway, bankrupt—ln nnkrnptcy. To whom it May Concern i—-Tb* undersigned, J. P' Barkad-le, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby give* notice oi bis appointment a assignee of the estate of Walter 0. Calloway, Franklin county, Virginia, in said diatrict,who has ueret'jfore'.biionadjudge-ja bank rupt on his own petition by the District coort of said ja 18—W3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Aaslgnee. TN the District Court cf the United Stat** for th* A District of Virginia. In tho mat ter of A. L. Burrell, baukrupt—in To Whom it May Concern:— The undersigned, j J. P. Barksdale, of Patrick couuty, Virginia, her*by | give* notice of his appointment a* assignee of the estate of A. L. Burrell, of Fruuklin county, Virginia, I iv said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a | bankrnpt, on his owa petition by the District court °ji 18—Waw" J. P. BARKSDALE, Assign*-. | N the District. Court of the United States bat th* J. Diatrict of Virginia. In tb* matter of Giles N. Thompson, bankrupt.—in To Whom it May Concern: The undersigned, J. P. Barksdale, of Patrick co., Virginia, heieby give* notice of hia appointment as aasignuo of the estat* of Giles N Thompson, of Franklin couuty, Virginia, in said district, who hia heretofore been adjnd,.e.l a bankrupt on his own petition by th* District court Ja 18 -W3w J. P. BARKSDALE, Assignee. 3180 N the Diatrict Court of the United Stat** for th* x District of Virginia. In tho matter of J. F. Shields, bankrupt—iv I aukruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—Tbe undersigned, P. Barksdale, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby I yea notice of hi* appointment aa aasignee of the I tate of J. F. fhields, of Botetourt county, Virginia, b 10 has heretofore beeu adjudged a bankrupt on I lis own petition by the District court of said district I a 18—W3w J. P. BARK.DALE, Anient.-. 3861 N the District Court of the United Stales for th* Diatrict of Virginia. In th* matter of Jack McGhee, bankrupt—ln nkruptcy. To whom it M»y Concern:—The undersigned, L. D. I aymond, of Bedford co'ty, Va., hereby give* notice j hia appointment aa aaaigneo of the e> tat* of I k McGboe, of Bedford county, Virginia, In d diatrict, who has heretofore been adjudged a nkrupt ou his own petition by the District coart said district, a 14—Saw L. D. HAYMOND, Assign**. EETHE REVOLVING OHBYbTAL PBVSMATIO MORTAR, at WAGNER A CO- Drontor* 1 nmmawd nightly. ja la—t* OB PRINTINtI EXaCTTHM. IN TH* >rD,_*T i styi* at w-eovfici-. ' ill Alt NUM. KA1.8., .-__--i--—. ■ vrrn i i i ,1 tm'tTun,! | ntnemmkM.i^ No. _M_ \.f AIl-HAI,',. IALB. Ily virtue of a writ nf venditioni ecaonu, iansd fi om tk* Ciork'* offlc* of tl s U.S. Dlaul** Conrt, t* me dirsctsd, I ahull, on ths •OTH DAY OF JANUARY, 11. I, at ths fastory cf W. A. RobarUon, North Mayo Henry county, at 12 o'clock M., lell to th* hlgheat biddar, for *asb, tho following propsrty, to wit: One Factory Building, 2 Box Scrsws and rliapsa, llencbes, Desks, Ac, 2..'.00 pound* leaf Tobacco, 2,00* pounds Stems. ALSO, on the JIST DAT OF JANUARY, 1871, at 10 o-lock A M., will be aold, at Penn't Store, Henry county, Virginia, 120 boxes Manufactured Tobacco. Parties desiring to purchaee are invited to attend. JOHN T. YEATMAN, Deputy U. S. Marahai, fer DAVID B. PABKER, ja 18— tl V. B. Marshal. No. H'l A JARSHAL'S SALB. By vlitu* ot a writ of venditioni exponai, iasned from rh" I'f.rk's offlc* United States District conrt, to me directed, I shail Bell at Cedar Grove, at the reaidence of Nicholas Brown, Tatrick county, Vir ginia, on tli* IST DAY OF FRBRUARV, IMI, at 12 o'clock M , to th* hlgbist bidder, for sash, tb* fu-lewlng property, to wit: 1 Log Building, 127 1.*1.-Boxes Manabrstured Tobaooo, '.'.« Quarter-Boxes Manufactured Toba**o, SScrpw Presses, 1200 Pouuds Lump Tobacco, 2000 Pounda Leaf Tobacco, (00 Pounds Sorap Tobaoeo, Box Licoric*, 1 Screw and 1 Roll Bench. Partios desiring to purchase are invited to attend. JOHN P. YRATMAN, Deputy V. S. Marshal, for DAVID B. PARKER, JalU—td U. B. Marshal. No. 181. Tk/TARSIIAL'SSALB. By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponai, issued from the Clerk's Office of U. S. District Court, to me directed, I shall, on the 28TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1871, in the town of Danvll'e, at. II s'c'ock M., sell, to the highest biddtr, for cash, the following property, to wit: Three hundred and flfty-ono (SH) half boxes Manufactured Tobacus, One Hydraulic Pre**, Pix Rst.iner Presses, Ten Box Scrows, Bands, Bandies, Driers, Ao. Parties desiring to purchase are invited to attsnd. JOHN P. V BATMAN, Deputy U. S. Marshal, for DA V ID B. PARKER, Jal3—td U. 8. Marshal. No. 202. TVJ-ARSHAL'3 SALE. By virtu* of a writ of venditioni exponas, i*sued from the Ottrk'a Office of U. 8. District Court, to me directed, 1 shall, on the 28IH DAY OF JANUARY, 1871, in the town of Danville, at 12 o'clock M., sell, to the highest bidder, for cssh, the following property, to wit: Fifteen (16) Boxes Manufactuied Tobacco. Parties desiring to purchase are invited to attend. JOHN P. VEATMAJ*, Deputy U. S. Marshal, for DAVID B. PARKER, jalß—td U.S. Marahai. M AIISI-Al,'* SiOTIC*.-. D"nS__a7?FfjoußT State* for tho District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern —G -i'stinb : Notice iff hereby givon, That, on tke 11th day of January, 1871, the schooner Phatbe S. Williams was seated by the Marahai of the United States for said District, as the sums is liboled and pros ecuted in tnit Court for condemnation for the causes iv the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the court-room in . the city of Kichmond, on the Slst day of January, next, 1871, woon and where all persons are warned to appear to show cause why condemnation should not be decre*d, and te Intervene for their interests. DAVID B. PARK-It. United States Marshal. Datod January 11, 1871. ja 14—lot •Jfi —Revenue. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for tho District of Virginia* To ail whom it may concern —U-LEBTINS : Kotioo is hereby «' v(,Q i That, on the 10th day of Jimuaiy, 1871, nine hundred and fifty pound.. M*n ufaetuied Tobacco, el-timed by B. &\ Baxter & Co., of Petersburg, Virginia were soined by thu -tlar.hal of the United St ten for said district aa for feited to the use of the United StaleH. and the same is libeled aud prosecuted in this court in the name of the United States, for condemnation for tho causes in said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the court-room in the city of Bichmond, on the Ist day of March next, 1871, when and whore all persons are warned to appear te show cause why condemnation should not be decreed, and to intervene for their interosts. DAVID B. PARKER, U. 8. Marshal. 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No. 710 Maia Street, between Seventh and Eighth de 21— ti WM. M. LEDLBY. ■™ ■ ' - " =^ SAVINGS BANKS. '^KMOVAIT TO NEW BANKING ROOMS, No. 10 North Tenth Street, Between Main aud Bank Street!. NATIONAt IREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY OHARTBRED BY CONGRESS MARCH, IbCf. DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS made daily (excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., and on Saturday Evenings fi-oia 6 to b o'clock. INTEREST declared in March, July and November on all sums of FIVE (6) DOLLARS and upward*. DEPOSITS received of FIVE CENTS aud upwaida. QH-UUUtt SFENCER. fc» lit At tag CmMct, • "*--MHlll,M. yjlTu~J_' if " fciulu, swing to tho peoullir *ud unport-nl r* lltioni wUka the). anaUiii, tiioir peculiar *rgi«ial tion, *_4 the oOtona th*y perform, ire inbjtot to miny siitr.tfngs. F wjom from thes* contrlbnt* In no amill -*gr*» to their hspplnesi inn wclfiir*, for nose CMI be happy who nre ill. Not only so, bnt no one of these Tirisns familr- c«u_>lilnr« enn lons be suffered to run on without taTolTing the general health of th* Individual, un ere long preduclnj p*r_ut.enf9 slokneaa md premitnre tleclla*. Nor la It pleuatit to consul t a p-.sio._u for th* relief of ths*o Tarloua delloale atfectlo-a, and only n_>oa ths most urgent necessity will a trie woman so far sacriftcoher great eat charma to do thi*. The sex will the* thank u» for placing in their hunda aimple specific* which will be found efflcaoloua in ralicrlng ancV curing almost r.Tery ono of these trnublwoine complaint* pecnllar to the *• EIIKLMBOLD'B --TRACT OF EUCHU.—Hundreds •offer en in alienee, aud hundreds of others apply vainly to druggist* and doctor*, who either merely ta_tali*e them with the hop* of a cure or apply romedio* which make them worse. I would not wiah to assert anything that would do injustice to the afflicted, but lam obliged to say that although It may bi produced from excessive exhaustion of the powers of life, by laborious employment, anwhole aome air and food, profaa* menstruation, tho n»e of tea and coffee, aud frequent childbirth, it ia far i»t tener caused by direct irritation, applied to the mv cue membrane ef the Tigina itself. When re-iening the cauata of the** dlatreaaiug complaints, It ia most painful to coutemplate the at tendant evil* *on*equent npon then" It is buj sim ple Justloe to the BUbJect to enumerate a few of th* many additional cansos which so largoly affect the life, health, and happiueas of woman in all tliissee oi society, and which, consequently, affect more or less directly, th* welfare *f the entire human family.— The mania that exists for precocious education and marriage, cauaea the yeara that nature designed for corporeal developement to bo wasted and pervorted in the restraint* of dress, the early confinement ot school, and especially in the unhealthy exoltement of he ball-room. Thua, with the body half-clothed, and the mind nnduly excited by pleasure, pervert ing in midnight revel the houra designed by nature for sleep and rest, the work of destruction is halt accomplished. ln conaequenca of thia early strain upon her sys tem, unnecessary effort il required by the delioate votary to retain her situation in school to a later day, thus aggravating th evil. When one excite maut ii over, another ln prospective keeps the mind morbidly aetrsitive to iinpreeaion, while the now con stant restraint of fashionable drese, absolutely for bidding the exercise inrlispens*b!e to the attainment and retention of organic health and strength; the •xpoem oto night air; ths andden change of tempe ratare, the complete prostration produoed by exces sive dancing, must, of ne«e**ity t produce their legiti mate effect. At last, an early marriage oapa the cli max of misery, and ths unfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regardless of tlte plain dictates and re.ni.rti •trance* of her .'delicate maturo, becomes an unwill ing subject of medical treatment. This is but i trnthftil piituro of the sxperiencs of thousands ef our young women. Long kefsre the ability to exercise ths functions of ths gsnetitivs organs, ttwy require an sducatlon ol their peculiar nervous system, composed of what Is called the tissue, which la. i common with tho fe male breast and lipa, *videut)y under ths control of mental emotion* and isso tiationa at au early perlod of lifs ; aad, aa we shall subsequently we, the** •mo tions, when excessive, lend, long betbrs pnberity, to habits which sap th* very life or their victim* ere nature kas self-completed their development Sot female rVcnUno-s and Debillt. ffnltes s Leucorrheea, - oo Profane Menatr-.i.tion, Hxhauation, Too Long Continued Pierlodr Prolaptna and Bear ing Down, or Prolapsrj Uteri, we offer ths moat per fect apeclfls known- HiL-BeLs'l Cokp*d-d K_ .hac- or BncHS. Directions fer urn, diet,and advice, Accompany. Female* in every psriod sf lit*, fr*m infancy to si trrae old ige, will find it a remedy to aid nature iv the discharge of its functions. 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