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B. vv. <;h.i.is _IB» Ut* r-or-TO. «» » i j «»!« Street, lUclsnion-, Va THUKSDAY EVSNINO, FEB. 28, 1871. afterwards extended for 6ve days, and dis patches nnce state that it will probibly be j again extended until (ho Ist proximo. Tbis wa.; done in order that the newly elected French Assembly might have timo lo consider the German terms of peace. The Washington Chronicle adds: Blstnarok, it is Baid, while exceedingly anxious to conclude a peace, will not abate I hia terms in the leant, although he pro fcaaH willingness to forego' the possession . f Metz, provisled he can secure Luxem bourg. His anxiety fur peace is, neverthe less, so gresit that he is represented as using threatening language to President Thiers in his enslcavors to force him to an ac ceptance of German terms. Thiers is siisl to favor acceding to Bis marck's hard conditions nt once, In order that France may be relieved of the presence of her spoilers. Ho then proposes that the National Assembly proclaim the charter of 1830 as to supreme law, and provide fn a plebiscite to decide whether or not the Count de Paris shall bo King. Beasonnbly enough ho believes that peace should bo made with Germany beforo Franco courts civil war by tho reconstruction of her form of government. It is difficult to foresee tho result. An experienced statesman of vast influence, it is probable that Thiers' desires will pre vail, and that an Orleanist will next as cend the throne of France. The republic no fondly hoped for by tho lovors of free government throughout the world, seems now next to impossible. We do not be lieve, however, that the Monarchists will csirry their point without encountering strenuous if not bloody opposition. It is hard to say how much moro experience the Fi-enc'i people must have beforo they are fully prepared to accept a republican form of government. THE WIIISKKY INTEREST. The number of registered grain distil leries iv tlie United States is 696, with a capacity of daily production amounting to 670,084 gallons. Of these thero wero run ning on the Ist of January, 1871, only 231 with a miximum capacity of 192,169 gal lons per day ; the actual production was much les3 than this. Ou the 15th of Novembssr last there were of distilled spirits in boui! 7,995,025 gallons ; in addition to this aggregate there were 35,096,005 gal lons free in the hands of distillers, whole sale and retsiil dealers and rectifiers. These figures show a greatly decreased production, resulting from a reckless ami pernici .us over-speculation. Leading "operators souse two years ago attempted to get up a "coiner" in Bourbon whiskey. Under professional manipulation the prices of tho article rose to 90 cents, and even $1.20 per gallon, about fifty por cent, higher than the previous year. The Pennsylvania, Ohio nnd Kentucky distil lers enlarged their operations to tluir utmost capacity to supply this factitious demand and to meet their orders. The amount contracted for was about 175,000 barrels. But many purchasers were unable to pay for their whiskey, leaving the producers in an awkward dilemma.— The surplus whiskey thus thrown back upon first hsmds has been a heavy burden to the whiskey interest ever since. Not withstanding the abundant aud cheap corn crop the trade still leels the embarrass ment. The immense stock of high wines held by distillers, amounting, July Ist, to 175,000 barrels, made many distillers bankrupt, nnd honco many establishments were not in a condition to start with the current season. No provision is made under the present law for tho exportation of alcohol, which narrows tho scope of tho distilling interest, curtailing its operations axis I cutting down tho revenue from it.— The New York Wine and Fruit Reporter estimates that the proceeds of the whiskey tax for the current ficeal year will not than last year. Tii„ B_C**TT severe wesither has caused | the bookworms tfelook info the chronicles [ of the past to draw comparisons between their sufferings ami those of tho ancients, and they And that as early as the year 401 the Black Sea was entirely frozen over. In 545 the cold was so intense that the birds allowed themselves to bo caught by the hand. In 753 not only the Black Sea, but the Strait cf Dardanelles was frozen over. The snow in some pUces rose fifty feet high. In 800 the Adriatic was frezen. In 961 the winter lasted very long, with ex- I treme severity; the crops totally failed, j nnd famine and pestilence closed the year. In 1133 it was so extremely cold in Italy th.it the trees split by tho action of the frost with immense noiso. In 12J4 the Po was frozen over and loaded wagons crossed the Adriatic to "Venice in March and all tho rivers in Italy were frezsu over. The year 1408 was one of the coldest win ters ever remembered. The sea was frozen over between .Denmark and Norway, so that wolves from the forest cime over into Jutland. In IGB4 it was so cold that coaches drove along the Thames, which was covered with ice eleven inches thick. Almost ail the birds perished. In 1806 the weather was the coldest known in press," aDil with concern wanta lo know what ban become of the ujual spirit of the religious! press eftbat city 1 '1 hu.-e revivals now than there was this timo last year." The c nclusion of it all i.-i that tho I Herald must conic to Ihe n-.-cuc, as tho oily truly religions journal left in tl o | country ! RICHMs-ND, Feu. 17, l*i 1. ) \TARY U. ORIFFIN, executrix of Fendall W. __Vl_ Griffln, c'ercnsed, and administratrix of Firm* ing (inMin. deceased, Ac. Pl'ts against Francis (.rifl.ii, widow of Fendall Griffin, Pollj Griffin, and other, !><f ts. By virtue of a decree rattnd in this canse by tlie Chancery court of the city of Richmond, on the 6th December, 18T0,1 shall, as ono of the commissioners of'uftid court, on tlio Utu DAY OV MARCH, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at my. sit id office, proceed to inquire what claims are outsWnding ar.d unpaid against the estate of the add Feudal! Uriffln, decoded ; also to state and settle an account of the personal represen tative- of Fendall Oriffln, deceased, with the several legatees and diviseea undor the will of tho aaid Feu- | dull Griffin, showing the respective sum or sunw to which said legtUes or divisees are entitled; which of said legatees or divisees have been paid anything and the amounts, and whether any sum or sums be now due and owing to any of them ; and whether any legacy has Jailed or lapsed by default of a found I to jifiy the eamo ; and I am also authorized to exam ! me witnesses aa to tho character and condition ofthe property belonging to the said ostato; and to make all enquiries which may be requirod by the parties ; or any of them, in order to facilitate the right inter pretar/on of tbe will of the said Fendall Griffin, de ceased— together with nny mat tor BpechV ly, Ac. The decree of January Uth, l«m., which I am required by the beforementioned decree to execute, requires publication of nolio of ihe time and place, of taking said account and making said inquiries, onro a week far four successive wenks in the State Jocr-Tal, a newspaper published in tha city of Richmond, which is accordingly done. HENRY IIUDNALL. fe 20— mlw Commissioner in Chancery. UKSTACRANTS Spring d-et atj has fairly set in, und all the fresh luxuries which come with it are at ZETELLK'S. With ; LAMB, VEAL, SPRING CHICKENS, PSA? ASPRARAGUS, TOMATOES, st .i STRAWBERRIES, with tho other regular | dishes, and the excellent cooking, it shall go hard i' ! the moat fastidious guest te not heartily tr. . Then th-* BAR, with its PORJB LIQUOKS, MiNBRAL WATERS, a:.dlhe excellent bi<vorages prepared by the skiltu bar-keeper, wind np an entertainment, tho style oi which ia inferior to none In ibis rouotry. my 3—tw i OCHAD'S HOTEL, BROAD STRHET. j RKSTAURANT AND LAOER BEER SALOON. AUGUST WEIWI-R, DYIUIUDSE. SOUTHERN f-TEAM HOUSE. ; A NKW FRENCH DYE HOUSE as be.n opened in this city, where Ladies and Gen- I • llemcn can hive their OARVIESTS, OF EVERY DE&CRIPTION, DYED AND CLEANED, and delivered iv twenty-four hours notice D. H. BLA?COW, French Dyer, .111 flroad Street, near Third. WOOD &. COAL.. __Tw~~aMl 1- COAL, at $7.50 per ton. Best seasoned ?INB WO. D at lowest price, Sawed nnd J R. F. BURiiOUGHS, i corner Main and Seventh Htreots. EANIi-RUFT NO . U .. . /fN the District Court of tho Cuitud'stat-TtoT'the *■ District of Virginia. m I In the mailer of John Rogers, bankrupt—Tn bankruptcy. [ To whom it May Concern: —The undersigned, Wm T Atkins, ot Bo.Vflton, Mecklenburg co, Va, hereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of th, estate of JoLn Rogers, uf cuu-:ty, Va, who was on the 27th of September, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District court of said district. j Dated at Bojdton, tho Ist day of February, 1871. i f.6—M3w WM T ATi-TNS, AB_-g.nw. IN the District Court ut the (Juiced -States tor the JL District of Virginia. I j In thi' matter of John T. AYootron, bankrupt—ia ; I bankruptcy. To Whom it MayConcern:—The underslgnel, W I Ti Atkins, of Boydlou, Mecklenburg co, Va, hereby | I gives notice of bis appointment as assiauee of the estate of John T Wooiton of Mecklenburg county, in said district, who WM on th* 27 th of Peptem" I her, IS7O, adjudged a bankrupt on his own potitiun by the District courtof said district. Dated at Boydton, tha Ist day ot Keb'tUary, 1871. fe ft-Mdw WM T ATKINS, Assignee. I TN the District Court of tho Unite! States for tho JL District of Virginia. In tho matter of John Mosby, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—Tho uodersignoi, Everett W. Early, of Charlottesville, Albeinorlo couu ty, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment ai assignee of tho estate of John Mosby, of Mecbum'n River, Albemarle- county, "Virginia, in mid district, who was, on the 12:h day of January, 1871, a'i- I Judged a bankrupt on his owe petition by tbo Dis- I triet court of said district. Dated at Charlottesville, Va., Fob. 7,1871. EVERETT W. EARLY. fo 13—M3w Assignee. IH'ot TN tbe District Court of the Jailed Staios for the ■*- District ot Virginia. In the matter of Williamson Burnett, bankrupt— ! To whom it May Concern : —The undersigneo, L. D. Haymond, oi Bedford county, Va., hereby gives notice of h's appointment aa assignee ofthe estate of Williamson Burnett, of Bedford county, Virginia, in said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tbo District court jails—S3w ' L. D. HAYMOND, Aasiguce j scja 82—Involuntary.* ' TN THE DISTRICT COURT OK TIIE UNITED A Statas, for the District of Virginia. ] In the matter,;of Jas. F. Shilling vs. Denis X Fer guson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—-The undersigned, ; John M. Hall, of Henrico co , Va., hereby gives notice i of his appointment as assignee of the estate of Denis ' K. Ferguson, of Roanoke eo'ty, in .aid district, who was, on the 16th day of April, 1870, adjudged a | bankrupt by tbe Disirict Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 19, 1871 ja 16-Th.lw JOiiy M. HALL, Assignee. 445—Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED STATE 1 ., for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Fisher, Matthews & Roberts vs. John L.Cox, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, T. H. Brooke, of Caroline county, Va., hereby givos notice of his appointment aa asnignoe of the o-slute of John L. Cox, of Henrico county, iv «aid district, who waa, on the Ist day of Dee., IS7O, adjudged a baukrupt on hia creditors' petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Milford. Va., January -0, 1871. _ja2o—F3w T. H. BROOKE, Assignee. fN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ; - 1 - STATES, for the District of Virginia. In tho mutter nf John X- Miliuer, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern ; Tho M&mdgfeai, Elisha Kean, Jr., of Danville, Virginia, b gives notice of hn appointment as assignee ofthe es tate of J. K. Ifttlbffr, of Pittsylvania >o , in said dis trict, who was, nn the 2ftth day of .i*mtnry, 18C9, Pa bankrupt upon his own petition by the uurt ot said district, 'anvil le, Va., .'■•■>■ piher "Nf. I '0. »W KLISH.V Kp:AN, J-.., As.<igu_e. BG&2. BN THE DISTRICT COURT OF -UM UNITKD STATES, for the Di-trict of Virginia. n thft matter oi R. K. Cliandler, Baukrupt—in Bankruptcy. District of Virginia, gs: Notice ia hereby given that a hint general meet ug of tho ci-editois of tho told R. K. Chandler bankrupt, for the purpose of do luring a dividend, will be held at Hielmmml, ai the office ol W, VV. KorbeS, Reyister in Bankiupt-y, in laid disiiic!, i n Tburadftf, tbo _Od day of Febrm-ry, l«71. at 10 o'clock A. M., in Bt»o?cUao-9 with tlie provsioi a' t thn27lhaud _iStLi ric'it.nM of the l.'itijkrupt.y Act o* Mar. h 2nd, 1887. Datct nt Ruther&len, the 2d day of Ftbnimy, 1871 fe &4N It. A. RICKS, Assignee. IJ.HIS MEDAL CHf-WINO TOBACCO For saloby j. McCarthy, fe o—tf Fifth and Marshall streets. \W DOMINION BUSINESS COLLKGE, 1217 MAIN STREET, Will commenceOotobor lit, IS7O. 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Pollock, of llenrlco county, and state i of Virginia, who has been adjudged a Bankmpl on his own petition:—That the payment of any dobts, and the delivery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for bis use, and the trans i fer of any properly by him are forbidden bylaw:— I That a meeting of tbe creditors of said Bankrupt, to i prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees ! of his estate, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy i to be holden at Ricbuond, Va., before W. W. VorbO^ I K*.j.. Register, on the 30th day of February, I*7l, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, 4169 '-pHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: A That on the 28th day of Jauuary, 1871, » warrant in bankruptcy was issuod against the es tato of Wm. D. So'dnn, Jr_, of Henrico county, and I Slate of Virginia, who ha* been adjudged a bankrupt OS hia own petition:—That the payment of any ! debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to : .Mid liankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans j fer of any property by him are forbidden bylaw:— That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees , of h s estate, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, j to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, I Esq., Register, on the 86th day of February, I*7l, ! i at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, I Ja 31— Tn2w U. S. Marshal. I % j 4165 j rpni3 IS TO GIVE NOTICE : X That on the '23th day of January, A. I). 1«7!, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against tha estate of Levi Stern, of Caroline county, and State of \ ir- I glnia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—That the paymeut of any debts, and tbe delivery ot any property belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for his use, and tho transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors ef Buid bankrupt, t«» prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his •state, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be hjiden at Richmond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes, Esquire, Regis tor, on the 20tb day of F-bruary, A. D., I*l7l, at 1« o'clock A.M. D. B. PARKER, ja;U—Ta3w U. B. Marshal. 4152 rpHISISTOGIVE NOTICE: That on tho 2Sth day of January, I*7l, a •warrant in bankruptcy was isnued against tho es tate of 8. Ull man, of Kcnrico couuty, State of Va.,who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own pc Ution: —That the payment of any debts, and the doll Tery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for bis use, and tbe transfer of auy property J by him are forbidden by law :—That a meeting ofthe creditors ofthe said bankrnpt, 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 Richmond, Va., before W. YV. Jotmb. Esq., Register, on the 30th day of February, lS7l,at 10 o'clock A. _d. DAVID B.PARKER, j ja 31—Tu2w U. S. Marshal. i 4170. rpim IS TO GIVE NOTICE: JL That on the 28th day of January, 1871. a war rant in bankruptcy was issued again.t tho estate ol A. L. Lowe, of Henrico couury, and State of Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition: That tho payment of any debts, and the deli very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his UM, and tbo transfer of auy property by him are forbidden hy law:—That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo his debts, aad choose one or more assignees of his estate, will bo held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Regis ter, ou tho 30th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, j.* .'il — Tii2w U. S. Marshal. 101—Involuntary . rpIIIS IS TO aiVE NOTIC3 : _L That a warrant in bankruptcy has beeu issued by the said Court against tho estate of L. Harvey A Co., of Henrico county, and Stato of Virginia, in said dis trict, who have bcetfduly adjudged bankrupts upon petition of their creditors, and the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupts, to them or to their use, and the trans fer of any property by them, la forbidden bylaw. A meeting of the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts, and choose ono or more assignees of their estate, will beheld at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at Richmond, before W. W. ForlKH, Esquire, Register, on the 30th day of February, A. D., 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, I j a ?.\ —Tu_w U. S. Marshal. 107—Involuntary. [T. M. Logan et aIH vs. J. 11. Woodcock.] T| MIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: | JL That a warftnt in Baukrupicy has issue £ against j tho estate ot J. 11. Woodcock, of Henrico county, State of Va, who has boon adjudged a bankrupt on 1 the petition of bis crdttors :—"That tho payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belong ing to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and J the transfer of any property by him are forbid- I den by law :—That a meeting of the creditors ol the said Baukrupt, to prove thoir debts, and choose one I or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Ooarl nf bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, V,i., before W. VY. Forbes, Esq, Register, on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, fe 3— Th2w 11. S. Marshal. 10. r >—lnvoluntary. [Ja.ueß Parks et als vb. E. Boyle.J rpniS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—That a warraut j A tv bankruptcy has in en Issued against the estate of E. Boyle, of Henrico co., and State of Va., 1 who haa been adjudged a bankrupt upon hiscreditors' petition :-That the payment of any debts, and thedi Ii j very of auy property belonging to said baukrnpt, to j him or for his use, and tho transfer of any property by him aro forbidden by law : —That a meeting ofthe creditors of the said bankrnpt, to prove their debts, I and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will I be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at j Richmond, Va-, before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, j ou the 20th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'clock DAVID B. PARKER, ICo—lu voluo tary. [Juo. B. Coopfsr vs. F. Jones, Jr.], qpHIS IS TO GTVE NOTICE: That a warrant In Imnkruptcy j has been issued against the estate of H. Jones, Jr. ol I Henrico county, and StatyOf Virginia, in said dis trict, who has been duly adjudged a bankrupt upon petition of his creditors:—That the payment of any dobts, 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 by law:—That a m ■ I. .■:. of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debit, and choose one or more assignees oi his j estate will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be I holden nt Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, K.-iq., I on the 20th day of February, 1671, at 10 o'clock, A. DAVID B. PARKER, 109—Involuntary. rCha.. T. Shorry vs. F. M. Sherry.] r | MIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : i That a warrant iv bankruptcy has issued agaiusL tlio estato of F, M- Skerry, of Henrico coun ty, and ftt&te of Virginia, Mho has been adjudged a bankrupt ou the petition of his creditors :— That the paymeut of any dents, aud tho delivery of any pro p rfy bvlongiog to maid bankrupt, to him or for his use, and thu transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law: —That a meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choo_e ou. or more assignees of his estato, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq , Register, on the 90th d;iy of Febmary. 1871, at in o'clock A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, fo2—Th2w U. S. Marshal. j 4186 pIUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:— A That on tho 7th day of January, 1871, a 1 warrant in Bankruptcy waa issued against the es tato of R. 11. AveroU, of Mecklenburg county, ... : State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the payment of nny debts, and the delivery of auy proporty b-iunging to said bankrupt, t« him or for his nse, and the transfer of any proporty by him are forbidden bylaw: That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove thoir debts, j .:: I « b'Ki-O one or more assignees of his estate, will be bald at a court of baukrupicy, to be holden at ', • nd, Va , befOM W. W. Forbes, Bra.. Register, on tbo 2utu day of February. 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, j.vUl- ->■.*■.■ U.S. Marshal. , 4150 \£ TO eiVH NOTICK: J. 'i bit on t_t«S9tt»day of January, 1871, a war i .;,: Ea biiiki'i[itcy was issued against tile estate ol Maria Gibson of Ctt!p«per county, and Suite ol t'lffinlfl •.'.' > bus ledi ud judged a b uikru.u ou her ;.t:./ii:—Thai the payment of any debts, aud thy ih-bviM y of any proporty belonging to said bank rupt, tj him or for hi. us*\ and thu transfer <T any propertj by hftn are forbidden by Uw:—That a mOOM-MfOf the creditors of said bankrupt, to prow their vi bis, and choose one or more asdguees of his h bald at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be bold ii at Richmond, Va-, before W. W. Fcib.s, Esq , Hapistor,on lhe2o.h day of Febnury, 1871, at 10 DAVID U ; PARKER, 4149 '|i ULS 13'POUIVI- NOTICE: That on the 38th day of January 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Otho Suttou, of t uckingham cmnty, and Btato of Virgiuia, who has been adjudged a Dank' rupt on his own petition :—That the pa\miiit of any debts, and the delivery of any property lie longing to said bankrupt, to him or for bis use' and the transfer of auy proporty by him, are forbidden by law : —That a mooting or the creditors ef said I bankrupt, to provo I heir debt*, and choose one or 1 more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at Richmond, Va., Im tere W. W IWbos, K_q., Register, on Ihe 20th day I of Febtuarv, IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER. Ja 31— Tu2w U. S. Marshal. O EE TUX REVOLVING CHRYSTAL PELMATIC l> MORTAR, at WAGNER * CO's Drug-tore illuminated nightlj. r»nt in bankruptcy wo* i.sue.l agalnfll s. lof John Page, of Clarke county, and elate of Virginia. Who has been asliss.ls.o.l si i. ssslsi hill own petition :—Tliat tho payment of any il. Ms, an.l the delivery of any property belonging to eaii bankrupt, to Isissi or lor Ilia use, sinsl tlsetsatisl.ro any property l.y him are forbidden by law :—SI hat a meeting of this creditoia nf said bankrupt, to provi their debts, and choose one or inure asaiguees oi hia estate, will be held at a court Of bankruptcy to rJI holden at flu. Register's offioo in Alexandria, Va., 1 , fore Lysansier Hill, Esq., Keßister, ..n tho _sth slay of Fobruary, 1371, at 8 o'olook A. M. • DAVID B.PABKER, fo o—M3w U. 8. Mandril. not rpHTS 18 TO GIVE NOTICK: That on the 27th JL day of January 1871, A warrant iv bankrupt cy was issued against tho eslalo of Wiilisisi D. Bartlett, of Frederick county, and Slate o Virginia, who haa boon asijudged a bankrupt oi hia own petition :—That the payment of any ■ and lU* delirery of any proporty belonging to sni. bankrupt, to hisss or for his use, and the transfer o auy property by hi in aro forbidden by law :—Tl.nl meeting of the creditors of Bsiid bankrupt, to provs their debts, and choose ono or more asalgues* o his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holslen at tho Register's office In Alexandria Kin, before l.ysander Hill, Esq., Register, ou h dsiy of Fcl.i nray, IS7I, at V o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARK Bit, M2w U. 8. Miirahal. —— 4168 IMbtS IS TO OIVK NOTICE: That on the 23th day of Janiisry, 1871, a war rant in bankruptcy was ißsned against the i state o John Carpenter, of Prince Edward County, and Btato of Virgiuia, wlio has boon adjudged a bankrupt ... his own petition :— That the payment of any debta ansl the delivery of any property belonging to sail bankrupt, to him or for bis use. and the transfer 0 any propel ly by him. are forbidden by lan :—That meeting of the creditors oi asud barskrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of lii estate, will be held at a Court of llankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Ks<] Register, on the 2t>tli day of Feb; nary, 1871, at II o'clock A. M, DAVID B.FAKKKR, Ja3l—Tu2w U.S. Marshal. 4167 •yHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : That on tho 7th day I of Jauuary, 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy was Issuod against tho estate of Isl. P. Wright, o Amelia county, and State of Virginia, who has bcci adjudged a bankrupt ou his own petition :—That t'.. payment of any debts, an-! (he delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to hi ' or for his use, assd the transfer of auy pro perty by him, ail. forbidden by law :—That nueting of Iho creditors of k ii.l bankrupt, t pr-.ve tlseir debts, and choose ..no or more assignea ol hll estate, will be held «t a Court of Banktuplc to be bul.lou at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Ifoibo Esq , Kngiati r. on the 20l!s .1 iv el February, IS7I, a lOo'ch.ck A. M, DAVID R. PAP.KF.R, ja3l Til2w _:a M.srshsil. 4148 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THR USITI -'STATUS for the District of Virginia Iv tho matter of John T. llsis Isisss, bankrupt— iv bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned. Wm 11. Allderdice, of Richmond city, V*~ hereby give notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate o John T. Hsiskius, of Essex consity, in said district who was, on the 20th liny of Det/ber, 1870, adjudge. a bankrupt upon his own petition by the Diss lie Conrt of aaid district. I Dutesl Richmond, January 21, 1871. | Ja 31-Tn3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Asssigueo. IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED J. STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Georgo Franklin Hupp, Ennkrup —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Job Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham cn'y, Va, her. by gives notice nf his appointment as assignee of th estate ol 8. F. Hupp, of Shenandoah co., in said dia ;trict, who was, ou the 2-lth day of Novosnber, Is7o adjudged a bankrnpt on his own petition by the Die trict Court of said district. ja Sl—Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignoo. 4070 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the Diatrict of Virginia. In the matter of James W. Peck, Bankrupt—in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern.—The-undersignosl John Panl, of Harrieonburg, Rsckingham county Virginia, horeby gives notice s.f his appointment as assignee ofthe estate of James W. Peck, of An;.-!,sis county, in saisl district, wins wsis, on the 28tfa day o September, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on hi.s s.sv: petition by the District Court of said dbstri.st. ja3l—Tu3w JOili* PAUL, Assignee. 4076 TN TUX DISTRICT COURT (IF TIIE UNITED L STATES, for tho District of Virginia. In the matter ofUenjassiiss S. Van Pelt, bsinkrsi| —Isi l.stiikruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —Tho undersigned, J.-h Pkul, of Harrsscnb.u-g, Rockingham co., Va , her.-Is. ■notice of his appointment as assignoo of tlie ea I B. S Van Pelt, of R.>ckinghaiii county, in ssss st, wiso was, on ihe _7th day of Sept., 187U god a bankrupt on hia own petition by ihe Dia Jourt of said district. l-'l'ullw JOHN PAUL, Assignee. 4143 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED A STATES, for the District of Virgiuia. In tlie matter of Fielding li. Jeter, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Coni-osn :— The undersign..; Wm. 11. Allderdice, oi Richmond city, Virginia, h0.. --by gives notice of his appointment a*s as.ssgs.ee of th estate of Field _fr 11. Jeter, ef Bedford co'ty, in Bais district, who was, on the 10th day of Deo'ber, 1870, ad judged a b sukrupt on bis own petition by the Dia trict Court of aaid diatrict. Dated Richmond, January 21, 1.871. Ja 31-Tu3w WM. 11. ALLDEIUIICE, Assi-rioa. 4145 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 1 STATES, for lb.) Msslsictof Virginia. Ia tho mattor'c.f William H. Preas, bankrupt—in bniikraptcy. TO WHOM IT MAI' CONCERN— m, The undersigned, Wsss. 11. A'l.ier.lsee, of Richmond ■ Virginia, hereby gives notice of hia appoint a* assignee of the estate of Win. 11. Preas, oi >rd couuty, in said district, who wsib. on is... day of December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said Dis trict. Dated Richmond, January 21, IS7I. ja 31-TuSw WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee _ ___— 4135 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED STATES, for the Diatrict of Virginia. Mi the matter of Willsuni P. Bali&rJ, Bankruot- kruptcy. I'hom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Win. deidice, of Richmond city, Va, hereby gives nonce of his appointment as assignee oi the estate of Wm. P. Ballard, of Henrico county, in said district, who was, on the 7th day of Doc'bev, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tho District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, January 21, 1871. Ja Sl-Tu3w WM. H. ALLDEKDIUU, Assignee. ~ TN the District Court of the United Stales for the *- District of Virginia. 1 In tho matter of John M. Click, bankrupt—in I To whom it May Concern :—The undersiuned. Jacb Cohn, of Richmond city, Virgiuia, 'horelsy gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tbo estate of John M. Clark, of Fluvanna comity, Virginia, in said district, who was, on tins 6th day of December, 1870, asijudged a bs.ukrupt ou his own petition by [ho ; District court of said district. 1 Dated Richmond, Jan. 24th, IS7I. ja Si-lawDw J _Co_ COHN, Ajslgnoe, ITN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED 1 .1 States for tho Dist. let of Virginia. In the matter of Walter 0. Calloway, bankrupt—in To whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned, J. T' ! Barksslaln, of Patrick couuty, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointtiusut as assignee of the estate ! of Walter C. Calloway, Franklin couuty, Visginia, in ' *aiddistri-st,wbo has lseretoforo[l»een adjudged* bank rupt on his own petition by thu District conrt of said Ja 18—W3w J. P. BARK3DALJI, Assignee. [N THK DISTRICT COURT OF THU UNITED * STAT-S, i.si Use-District of Virginia. In the matter of Murdock Dowell, Bankrupt in bstsskruptisv. To iVh.isu it May Co—eern: —'r!iisiiii''..-]-sii;ised, Jo*. 11. Calrow and William W. 01.1, of S-rfoik, Va., here by give notice nS' tin sir appofatf-Cht as as.-igneosof tho estsit.-. of Muidssck fJowell, of Norfolk county, sis ss.id district, who was, on the 17th day of De- I c-.-mber, Is7o, adjudged a hankrupl ouhis own pe tition by the District Court of aaid di-Irict. -I AM WS II CAl.litsW, WILLIAM W.OI I), Ja 13-F'lw* Assignee*. BAVIKCS JJA Jilt-s. RBMOVAL. K> NCW BANKING EOOMB, rvo. 10 Kfortn Tentli irtrect. Between Main and Bank Street*. NATIONAL. FRBSDMAN'S SAVINOS AND TRUgT COMPANY OUARTKRED BY CONGR-83 >l AI.OH, I*o*. DBFOSITS received aud PAYMENTS made dally (excepting holiday*) from 8 A.M. to 4 P. ■~ aud on Saturday Kveuings from 0 lesdared iv March, July and November on nil sums of FIVE (6) DOLLAIU end upward*. MMNfI r FIVK CKNTHuud opward*. OH.Uils-8 SPENO_iL Acting OmMw. VALUABLE RK\L _HTAT« I STIRS I OF ROANOKE, FLOYD AND MOSTGUMJ..RV. AT AUCTION. Pnrssiant to en order of the District Court of Ihe I State* for Iho district of Virginia, mas"o in ttei ~1 Win field Trieo, bankrupt, we shall,** assignees of s.d.l has.ksr.pt. proceed to sell at the Cs.urt-Honse door of Ku-uoke county, Virginia, In the town (f Sa'.om, ou 1* 1 DNESDAV, THEBIU DAY OF MARCH, IS7I. at public auetioss, to tho highest bidder, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, lying in the comities of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont' goniery, belonging to the estate ot said bankrupt most of which is quite valuable. Fad land will be sol I free of all Hoisß ansl encunsbrn'ices. TERMS—One-third of purc-haac money will b* re quired to be paid in cash; residue in tsvo equal in •talmssnts oi six and ..welve months, Iho purchaser bond, witli good personal security, for tho deferred payments, ami thu title retained until the purchase money Is fully oaid. McKINSKY A BROWN, Acifgnc-es —2aw3w of Warfleld Price, Bankrupt. PGSTPONRMENT.—The abovo sole Is postponed nsslil tbo I7th APRIL, 1871. fo 11 *■ II •\TALUAIILE REAL EBTATIS FOR SAI B, v IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. Pnrsnant to an order of the District Court of tbo I .-slates for tho District of Virginia, maslo en the 12th day of January, 1871, In I he matter of John 8. Wood*, bankrupt, I shall, as assignee of said ba»k nipt, pr. seewl to Sou, at FRANKLIN COURT-HOUSE, VIRsIINIA, at public auction, to the highest bidder, en THE Sin DAY OF MARCH, 1871, ; • H bankrupt's lifo interest in TURKU LCN | ISHI. Ii ANll THIRTY-SIX |336) ACRES OF LAND, lying in this said county of Franklin, un Pig River. Said land will bo sold freo of all liens and encum- TKRMB OK SALE—One-third of the purchase money will be required to bo paid in cash ; the bal ance In two equal Installments of six and nine monlhs from Iho day of sale, the purcbafer giving bonds with approved security lor Ihe deferred pay ment*, an.l she tsfle retained'until the whole of the purchase mmsey is paid. JOHN P. BARKSDALE, la ll—2aw2w Assignee of John 8. V. s. A BSIONEE'S 8A L E. ~ Psirsuant to sn order of B. 11. Foster, Esq., register hi fir.krnpley for Iho aecond District oi Virginia, mado iv tbo matter of J. 0. COFKR, bankrnpt, bear ing date 11th February, IS7I, the undcr.»lgs>. siguee of said bankrupt, will sell at public aucticn, sit the a-i<-tion-liousn of 1 eigh liroa. A Phelps, in il city of Norfolk, on SATURDAY, THE 18r_ DAY OF MARCH NEXT at 11 o'clock A. M.all the UNOOLI.-CTJSU CLAIMS AND EVIDEN'CR OF DEBT, in. his hands aa Buch wtffgneo. OEOROE T. CLARKE, fe 21—2aw3w A«-lgnee. 91ARSHAJL. SAI.KS. FN TnE JiA'ITKR OF BATES A WADDV BROTH- I BRS, Banktupts. By virtue of an order from tho United Suites Dis -1 trict Court for the Diatrict of Virginia, upon peti tion of creditor's counsel, I am authorized t > reciovo pro possls for the entire stock of i BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac, j INCLUDING LEASH, GOOD-WILL, ACCOUNTS, Ac, of the above firm, doing business in the city of Rich mond. Tho location is one of Ihe best in the city, nud the business ha* been a profitable one, bankrupt cy having lic-n caused by circumstances outside of ! too legltinia-o business oi the house. Inventory and stock may he seen upon application to tho under signed, who will receive propotals for the period of ten days, at tlie expiraticu of which timo ti,.. >v. ■ will bo submitted to creditors and afterwards to lite court for approval. DAVID B. PARKER, lo 13—id U.S. Marshal. SSWIBO MACHINES, O r FIB ST PREMIUM >/. - i.MPROVED FAMILY BEWING MACHINE. *'- M clear profit per day. $76 00 per week. 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SUA I'FER A STRONG, . -4t 018 Main streel TOBACCO, C<XCELSIOR TOBACCO WORKS, Bvsn S-iinjEt, ciTWfSN Sixth .-.mi (-VNrtg, RICH HO."-: is. v CHOICB SMOKING and MG and TWIST CHEW ING TOBACCO supplied to the trado ou tho most reasonable rates to bo found iv this market. j Jal3— lni JAB SWBENET. HVERY S i'ABI.KSJ, ~~ I I [VERY, SALE, « A-A sfli *J "*Tq i UdBSHaaBaBBVBBBBHBaSBBSSBaaBBBBBBBBSBSSSBSSa£^(£.. J.ASD OR SEA, in any climate, for years. It is wulS , to th. uso of Housekeepers, Miners, Mariners, Emt.ircp; I, .■ and Is In fnot, In every respect, the BEST YEAUV }'■ mado "/or the Kitchen, the Camp, the Oalley. n Sul.ll lIV GROCEBS - DEAXEB3EVEIIYV. Msmuracturod by DO-LEY & BKO" fi-NCWSTRCET, N_\7-VORsC i f.' I! -iso.lisois t'.ui VrOTIOB TO HEIRS AT LAW.—A famlll , ll UUlDOTcomo from Switzerland about thirty 1 sisltlisl i.i Virginia. Tho lust one of lliu name, a young lady, it is auppot-cd, died about i. ii- war* ago. It is important to ascertain in wlssi part of Virginia 111. wid family jived uLd died ;..-tl.er tliey li.ftany iieihb at law. Any per •eu who will "nrisish tha ssibscrlber wilh the neces formation a* to the ie«ideneo and deaths of ■ '"liy "HI l>e suitably reirnrslfd. CHARLES L. LUDWia, Viio-Coissul for Sweden at d Norway at Uiihnii.ml, Va. I.m lo Visgiuia copying thu i otice por to me will bo entitled lo don ■ l.i tl.-ir nuro.ti.ing rates ou my recofvlug the In- Helmbold many sufferings. Freedom from those contribute iv no small degree to their happiness nnd welfare, for none c*n be happy who are 111. Not only so, hut no one I those various female c-'niplaiuta can long be suffered to run on without Involving ihe general health ol | tho Individual, aan ere long producing permanent sickness and premature decline, Nor la it pleasant to consult n physician for tha relief of those variou* delicate affections, tad only upon the most urgem I necessity will a tine woman no far sacrifice her great est charms to do thin. The sex will then thaeli us I for placing in their bands simple specifics which will be found efficacious In relieving and curing aim.'*! f vry one of t.hojte troublesome co-nplaintf peenti:- HJELMBOLir.. EXTRACT OF BUClllJ.—Hundreds suffer oil in silence, and hundreds of others appiy vainly to druggists and doctors, who either merely tantalir.e them with tho hope of a cure or apply remedies which make them worse. I would not wieh to assert anything that would do injustice to tbe afflicted, but I am obliged to mj that although it may be produced from excessive exhaustion of tbe powers of lifo, by laborious employment, unwhole- MCM air and food, profuse menstruation, the use of tat. and coffee, nnd frequent childbirth, 11 is far of tener canned by direct irritation, applied to the _Htt< cuo membrane of the raghm itself. When reviewing tbe causes of thMO distressing complaints, it ia most painful 1 to contemplate tbo at tendant evils consequent upon them. It is but n.m- Kce to the subject to enumerate a few of the ditfoual causes which so largely affect th" lb, nnd happiness of woman in all classes ot society, and which, consequently, a'i'eet more or Joes directly, tbe welfare of tie entire human family.— The mania that exiali for precocious edncation and marriage, causes tbe years that ittMl deslgued for corporeal devoiopemeut to be wasted and perverted In tbe restraints of dross, tbo early confinement of school, and especially in the unhealthy excitement oi he ball-room. Thus, with the body half-clothed, - and tho mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervert ing In midnight ravel tho hours designed by nature for sleep and rsst> the work of destruction ia half accomplished. In consequence of this early strain upon her sys tem, unnecessary effort fa required by the dul.'cate votary to retain hor situation Is school to a later day, thus aggravating tbo evil. When one excite ment is over, another in prospective keeps the mind morbidly sensitive to impression, while the now con stant restraint of _r.sbionablo dress, absolutely for bidding the exctciso indispensable to the attainment nnd retention of organio health and strength ; the exposure to night air; the sudden change of tempo rature, tho complete prostration produced by exces sive dancing, mint, of necessity, produce their legiti mate effect. At last, an early marriage cap- tho cli max of mfeery, and tho unfortunato one, hitherto so utterly regardless of tbe plain dictates nnd ranion straneos of her delicate nature, becomes nn unwill ing subject of medical treatment. Thla is but a truthful picture of th« ex perl ono t of tl,onn<.Ji_-i of ocr young women* Long before tho ability to exercise the functions ol tbe generative organs, they require nn oducation of their peculiar nervous system, composed of wh*t i* called the tissue, which ii*, i common with the fe j utahi breast and lips, evidently under tho control or I mental emotions and associations at an early period of lifo ; and, as wo shall subsequently nee, these emo tions, when excessive, lead, long before puberity, to | habits which sap the very life of their victim* ere : nature has self-completed their development. For Female Weakness and Dcbilitv Whites cr Leucorrhcea, Profuse Menstrvt-tion, Exhaustion, ' Too Long Continued Periods Prolapsus und Beat ing Down, or Prolapsu Uteri, wo offar the most per j foot specific known; llxluboui's Compound Ex .■act or Bocae. Direction* foi use, diet, and advice, accompany. 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K-_at trMdm.sd and SleepU-Bnohs at night, Absence < I Moi> s ■ r _ illciency, boss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Bm* ciiii-.n, Low Spirits, Dir.organiaation or Paralysis of Ibo Organs of Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, and, In fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous aud Debilitated state of tho system. To insure tho genuine, cut this out. Ask for H-sLMßoin's. Take no other. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price $_• »5 per bottle, or six bottles for ftO.s 0. Delivered to any addren. Doscribo symptoms in all communications. Addreaa 11. X. Hl-MBQ-D.