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MONDAY EVENING. SEPT. 11, 1871. UTEST BY TELEGRAPH. THE CHICAGO EPISCOPAL TROUBLE! 1 FATAL < 01.1 .ISIOS SEAR ST. LOUS ! Late Steamboat Explosion at V. limine! on! NEW YORK ITEMS J Reported Collision and Contradiction! LATEST FOREIGN NEWS! __c &<». .See. Fatal Collision Sear St, Louis. St. Louis, Mo., September 11.—An ex cursion railroad tram ran into a furniture wagon, containing a pic-nic party of nine teen persons, two miles irom East St. Louis, killing three, mortally injuring two and seriously hurting five of the picknickcrs. Only three of the nineteen in the wagon es caped unhurt. The wind blowing in the direction of the approaclrng tra ; n, and the picknickcrs singing, the horses were the first to apprehend danger. One daried forward and the other back, causing the wagon to remain at a dead stand on the track. The railroad employes arc excul pated. The Recent Steamboat Explo ion at Wilming ton, N. C. Wilmington, N. C, September 11. —The coroner's jury of inquest into the explo sion of tho "R. E. Leo," exculpate tiie captain and oflicers; but censure the United States inspector for allowing the boat to run for four years without inspec tion, as required by law, and hold him in a great degree responsible, as he granted a certificate for this boat without being in the State at the times, and that it is the duty of the authorities to examine this matter and if the inspector was negligent, which the evidence goes to prove, he should be held accountable. The Chicago Episcopal Trouble. ('hicugo, Sept. 11.—Bishop Whitehead paid an Episcopal visit to Christ church yesterday, but finding Mr. Cheney in (lie vestry, withdrew. It is stated that the can didates for confirmation unanimously de clined presentation to the bishop except through Mr. Cheney. A lawyer read the service anil Mr. Cheney preached. New York Items. iVet« Yvik, September 11.—I lit am S. Jtain.sey, the negro minstrel manager, is Three tlirmsaitil persons attended the funeral of the youth who was killed bf ways been in the habit, when conducting service in a building not under the control of the Episcopal church, of using such forms as the occasion seemed to require ; but now, having determined henceforih to use the "Union Prayer-Book," it seemed , ... | .r 11.*' l't Reported Explosion and Contradiction. New York, Sept. 10.—The steamer "Norwalk," plying between New York and Coney Island, exploded her boiler this morning, killing and wounding several. New York, September 10.—The report of the explosion of the Coney Island steamer, Norwalk, was false. An acci dent occurred to her machinery, which caused a panic on board; although there was no danger. One man jumped over board, but was picked up. The passen gers were soon quieted, and the steamer was towed to her dock without further trouble. Marine Disaster. Norfolk, September 11. —The United States school-ship "Constellation" reports having passed, on the 7th instant, about fifty miles southeast of Sandy Hook, a ves sel bottom up, showing about eighty feet of her keel, upon which there was no copper. The name of the vessel could not be ascer tained. From London. London; Sept. 11. —The Times editorial ly censures the importation of foreign workmen and sustains, on moral and sani tary grounds, the British strikers, for nine hours labor. Queen Victoria has entirely recovered from her recent indisposition. The potato disease is spreading iii Lanca shire. From Spain. JP Madrid, Sept. 11.—King Amadous is indisposed, and consequently the progress of his tour through the provinces is stop ped. Telegraphic Summary. A fire Saturday night at Bloomfield, 111., destroyed $200,000 worth of property. Three deaths have occurred at Hartford, Conn., from mistaking toad stools for mush rooms. There was a slight frost yesterday morn ing at Oswego, N. Y. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. Cotton Business. New York, September 10. —The move ment for the week shows a decrease in receipts and an increase in exports as com pared with last year. We commence with this week a new cotton year, and make comparisons accordingly: .Receipts at all ports for the week, 0,187 against 7,579 bales last week ; 7,844 the previous week ; 7,030 three weeks since. Total receipts since September Ist, 9,1117 against 11,104 for a corresponding period the previous year, showing a decrease of 1,960 in favor of the present season. Kxports from all porta lor the week, 10,103 against 3,704 the same week last year. 'total exports for expired portion of the cotton year 10,198, against 3,701 the same time last year. Stock at all ports 98,890 against "it,723 same date last year. Stocks at interior towns 10,221 against 13,038 last year, Stook in Liverpool 521, --000 against 491,000 last year. American cotton afloat for Gnat I'iiiain 680,000 against 10,000 last year. Indian cotton afloat for Europe 68.'f,(i94 against 408,140 last year. The weather South during the week was generally unfavorable, and cy clones and rain storms have prevailed on the South Atlantic coast. These have ex tended into the interior to a certain extent, and there is reason to fear damage to the crop thereby. Emigrants to California. San Fnnici.icii, Sept. 10.—The last I/iw er California emigrants have arrived. Fifty out of three hundred and fifty liave died. Hunlicide. Memphis, Sept. 10.—General Browne, who killed (.'apt. Adams, has been released on $5,000 bail. SATURDAY NIGHTS Terrible Hnrricane in the West Indies— Immense Less. Kingston, Jamaica, September 9. —Dur- ing a hurricane in the West Indies on the 21st ultimo., the island of Ortigna hail every estate damaged, and the loss was immense. Five churches were prostrated on Tatola island; eight hundred nouses antl forty estates were destroyed in St. Kits island, and the growing crops were de stroyed in the island of Saba. 1 * all rot iiixi News. San Francisco, Cal., September 9.— Booth's majority is about 600. Alvord, the Tax-payers' candidate for mayor, is elected by 2,000 majority. An American killed a Chinaman near Oakland while the latter was stealing po tatoes. Saratoga, Sept. 9. —Twenty thousand icrsons were disappointed to-day by the ostponcmeut of the regatta, on account of he high wind. The race will occur on Wednesday. The F'cver at Charleston. Charleston, S. ft, September 9. —Two deaths from yellow fever occurred during the twenty-four hours ending this evening. Central American Federation. Panama, September 9. —Salvador and Honduras have appointed commissioners to consult upon the policy of forming a Cen tral American Federation. A Most Distressing AiTalr. Chicago, 111. } September 9.—Dr. Marsh Lawrence, of Kansas, while partially in sane on account of the death of his father, killed his wife and child and then himself with a raror. Honors to Carl Schnrz. • .\ashrillc, Tain., September 9. — The Germans arc preparing a banquet for Carl Schurz. A meeting has been held, irre- llerlin, September 9.—The cholera is diminishing greatly in North Germany. Hon. W. 11. Seward has arrived here. THF, RESULT OF THE IMPERIAL CON- FEKKNCE AT SALZBURG. Berlin, September 9. —The Kruz Zcitung announces the result of the negotiations at Salzburg as follows: Austria and Germany, repudiating aggressive ideas, will unite closely to repel aggressions. German}', continues the Zcitung, wishes Austria to be strong, and trie" Austrian Emperor and statesmen desire a union with Italy. , From Per in. TIIE PLAGUE, ETC. Jjondon, September 9.—The Levant Her ald says that the deaths in Tabreys, Per sia, still average 240 per day. The Chris tians and Mussulmen are camped in the mountains, and business is entirely stop ped. The I'ersian amiy has been disban ded. Storms and inundations have destroyed I the bazars and gardens in tbe vicinity. From Rome. Rome, Sept. 9. —The Pone has sent a let ter to M. Thiers, congratulating him upon the continuance of his term of office. The Papal journal of to-day contains a severe criticism upon Napoleon. The Alfieri society threatens to burn the Vatican. Precautions have been taken against such a crime, but in case it should be attempted, and anarchy should ensue, the person of tho Pope will be protected by the flags of the foreign ambassadors. From London. Jjondon, Slept. o.—Tbe Hong Kong and Shanghai cable is broken.- Napoleon resides at Torquay during Eu genic s absence. The conclave of Gorman bishops at Fuda has determined to take decisive steps against the aggressive policy of Dr. Yon Mnpler the Prussian Minister of Ecclesiasti cal affairs. A joint resolution has been adopted to disregard his decrees, and peti tion to Reichstadt and Emperor William. The bishops are departing. Gonzales Bravo, ex-Prime Minister of Spain, has died suddenly at Biarritz, in comparitive poverty. NEWS BY LATE MAILS. A movement is on foot in Georgia, look ing to the restoration of the seat of govern ment to Milledgeville, the ancient capital of the State. Josiah Given, Deputy U. S. Comnvssion cr of Internal Revenue, in Washington, has been nominated for District Attorney for the Dcs .Moines (Iowa) Judicial District. He intimates that he will accept, and ex pects to resign his present position in a few days. The boiler of the Maumec Valley flour mills at New Haven, Indiana, exploded Thursday morning, .nstantly killing the proprietors, Charles and Lewis Lepper, and A. 13. Carr, the engineer. Three others were seriously if not fatally injured. Tho mill is a complete wreck. Lass $12,000. Col. G. W. McCook, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio, is said to be rapidly recovering from his illness. The friends who accompanied him to Long Branch think he will have entirely regained his health by the middle of September. His political friends say that the story that he' will withdraw from the canvass is utterly unfounded. Margaret Finley, living six miles north west of Wabash, Indiana, murdered three ol her children last Thursday. One babe she took by the heels, and beat its brains out ou a stone. The second, a child of eight years, ran into the road; she caught it. after it had run about thirty yards, and cut its throat with a butcher-knife. The oldest, aged nine years, she caught and killed in the same way. She has been ar rested and lodged in jail. She is a widow woman, her husband having died last February. She seems perfectly sane, and says she killed them to get rid of them. The majority for convention in West Virginia will not exceed two thousand. Extensive Democratic frauds are charged in many counties. A geutlcriian from Boone county informs the Charleston Jour nal that on the day of election he saw scores of men foived to vote for a conven tion against their will and choice. He says a the people had not been intimidated, Boone would have gone at least two hun dred against a convention. Ku-Klux threats' were made, and party appeals were made, and tickets were taken from their hands while they were in the act of voting, and convention tickets were forced upon them, then they were forced to vote against their judgment. The bushwhackers arc at work in Ken tucky. A special dispatch to the Louisville Commercial, from Lebanon, says: "Deputy United States Marshal Jackson left here Tuesday last with a guard of four soldiers from the Fourteenth. United States infantry tn execute warrants and subpoenas in Rus sell county. Failing to find the parties he wanted on Wednesday, lie vis'tod their houses Wednesday night. At one of the houses his party was fired on through holes iv the wall. One soldier, Immanuel Cruso, was shot and instantly killed. Sergeant Shraher, in going to his assistant*, was dangerously wounded, but the others es caped uninjured. Marshal Jackson has just left here with twenty-tive soldiers. Tho attack was preconcerted, and the woods around the house was filled with armed men, Why is love like a potato ? Because it shoots from the eye. A sad Milwaukee widow'cr remarried the same night his wife died. The Jersey and Pennsylvania wheat crop is ten days earlier than usual. There are 54(>,000 persons dependent up on charity in the city of Paris. One of Washington 1 * landmarks, Wil liard's Hotel, is to be dismantled. A Humane Society recently arrested a young woman for beating an egg. Oive your son a trade, and you do more for him than by giving him a fortune. Never have a wooden leg made of oak because the oak is apt to produce a corn. Fortune smiles on those who roll up their sleeves and put their shoulders to the wheel. Punch says: "Do you wish to get up with the lark ? Then go to lied without itt" The minister who boas'cd that he could preach without notes didn't mean bank notes. A writer on school discipline, says: "Without a liberal use of the rod, it is im possible to maks boys smart." Why is an elephant unlike a tree? De cause a tree leaves in the spring, and the elephant leaves when the menagerie docs. A lodging-house keeper advertises "to furnish gentlemen with pleasant and com fortable rooms, also one or two gentlemen with wives." An old bachelor says he asks nothing better in the summer than moonlight, a good cigar, and a nice girl to talk to, with no nonsense about her. "Them soldiers must be an awful dishon est set," said an old lady, 'Tor not a night seems to pass that some sentry is not re lieved of his watch!" A south-shore Long Islander, on his first visit to the city wtih his sweetheart, seeing the bunches of bananas in Fulton market, exclaimed, I'll be mowed, Saphrony, il them ain't the biggest beans I ever seed!" "I don't like modern belles, ma, because they're so much like burglars," Why my son, what do you mean? How are mod ern belles like burglars ? Because, you see they destroy the finest looks with pow der!" In the midst of a heavy shower, during a prolonged storm, little Miss was observed at the window crying bitterly. "What is the matter?" she was asked. "I'm 'fraid." There's nothing here to hurt you: what are you afraid of ? s '"Fraid of Noah !" A western coroner's jury returned a ver dict that the deceased came to his death from exposurer. "What do you mean by that? asked a relative of the dead man, "there are two bullet helcs in his skull!"— The coroner replied, "Just so: he died from exposure to bullets." "I don't miss my church so much as you suppose," said a lady to her minister, who had called upon her during her illness, "for 1 make Betsey sit at the window as soon as the bell begins to chime, and tell me who are going to church, and whether they have got any tiling new.' - A Story is going the rounds, of an 'old colored man who was left in charge of a telegraph office in New Orleans while the operator went out "to see a man." A "call" Came over the wires, and uncle Pete shout ed at the instrument as loud as he could — "De operator isn't yer!" Tho noise ceased instanter. l)IIOPOSAI.S FOR BUILDING MATERIAL! FOR THE NEW COURT-HOUSE AND POST-OFFICE AT CO I OMB IA, SOVTH CAROLINA. OrelCE OF SirPBRIKTEHDBNT, I September Bth, 1871. J SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M., of the 28th day of September, 1871, for furnishing and delivering on the site of the AND POST-OFFICE To be erected at Columbia, South Carolina: Five hundred (600) cubic yards, more or less. hard, durable Stone, broken to tbe size of hen's eggs, suitable for concrete. Bids will be made by the cubic yard. Twelve hundred (1200) cubic yards, more or less, Rubble, which may be of Granite, Lime stone, or other suitable stone, having a flat bed and which is sound, durable and breaks with a clean square fracture, one-quarter to be bond stones, of a length equal to the thickness of the walls, and to contain not less than ten (10) cubic feet, and no stone to contain less than one a half (154) cubic feet, or to be less than six (li) inches thick. Bids will be mode by the cubic yard. Eleven hundred (1100) barrels more or less, Hydraulic Cement, of quality and strength equal to the best brand of Rosendale Cement. Each barrel must contain not less than 300 pounds of cement. Bids will be made per barrel. Two hundred and sixty (2B0) cubic yards, more or less, clean, sharp River Sand. The Cement and Sand will be delivered in quantities subject to the order of the Superintendent, al such limes as may, in his judgment, be requisite, and a sam ple of the Cement and Sand will bo submitted. Two thousand (2000) cubic feet, more or less dimension, Granite, for basement-story und wa ter-table. Stones to be quarried and delivered according to schedule of net sizes that will be furnished the contractor. One inch will be allowed for quarry dimensions on each worked face of the stone. No stone will exceed 35 cubic feet. Plans may be seen at this office, if desired. Each bid must be accompanied by a sample block, 12 inches cube of the granite proposed to he furnished, which must be sound, durable, of uniform color aud good grain ; free from discol oring or other foreign substances, and capable of withstanding the action of the elements, and that has been fully tested by use in buildings, antl from a quarry capable of furnishing the quality and quantity, and from which stone has been, or is now being used for first-class buildings. No bids will be received but from the owuet or lessees of the quarries from which the stone proposed to be furnished. All proposals must bo made on the printed form to be obtained at the ollice of the Superin tendent. Separate proposals being made for each material, and be accompanied by a penal bond in the sum of one thousand dollars, that the bid der will accept and perform the contract if award ed him. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Proposals must lie inclosed in a sealed enve lope, endorsed, ''Proposals lor Concrete, Stone, or Rubble, or Cement," kc, as the case may be, and addressed to T. H. OAKSHOTT, Haperiatendcm. •c 11-dlit 129—Invnl. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI. TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of R. H. Maury k Co. vs. Serrill, Flash & Co., bankrupts—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, William Wagner,' of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives noiice of his appointment as assig nee of the esiaie of Bet rill, Flash k Co., of Rich mond city, In said Dislric, who were, on the 9th day of August, 1871, adjudged bankrupts by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, September Bth, IS7I WILLIAM WAGNER, se B—F:lw Assignee. 4203 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of Thomas J. Tribble, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, William H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives npl Ice of his appointment as assig nee of the estate of Thomas J. Tribble, of Caro line county, in said dis!; let, who was, on the 17th day of Angnst, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own potiUon by tho District Court of said dis trict. Dated Richmond, September 7th, 1871. WILLIAM H. ALLDERDICE, se 7—F3vv Assignee. 4242 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Joseph Rrounley, bank rupt—in bnukiTpUy. At Richmond, Vn'., ihe'lstdny of Angnst, 1871. •TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEItN : Please take notice, that a p»- ,i, ion has been pre sen.eil to Ihe Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of Ihe s;!d District Court, In Bankruptcy, by wm. H. Allderc'ice. assignee of the esuie of said bank ri';i, : to sell the real estate belonging io snid biuik rtiii., Lee from all liens and encumbrances the.eon. Tela i ; to give notice to all persons Interested, thr. la teinis of said petiiion an order has been Is tM-ti by ihe Judse aforesaid, lor all persons who May be Intevesied i.i said clave, to appear le-.0.e W. W. Forbes, Re,.i.-ter, at his office, in the sr.ld city of Kichmond, on the 20lh dry of Seji.ember, 1871, nt 10 o'clock A. M., lo show can c. il'nny they have, why such an order should no. bo granted. WM. H. ALLDERDICE, ,<e I—F'lw Assignee. 12:;—invontnterv. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for Ihe Eastern District of Yirgtiia. In the matter of Albert G. O'Neale, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., the Slct day of August, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Plea c ttilce no:ice, ihri; apetiiionhas been pre sented to the Hon. Joan C. Underwood, jtw'.go of the'sold Dii.ict Court, in Bankruptcy, by Wm. H. AlliLerdice, assignee of the estate of sr id bank rupt. 10 sell the real estate belonging io snid bankrupt, free from all liens and encumbrances tiieicon. This is lo give notice to all persons interested, thrt In ternu Ot snid petition an order has been issued by the Judge nfoesoid, for all persons w',lo mr'y be interested in said estate, 10 appear be.brew. W. Forbes, Register, at his office in the said city of Richmond, on the 20th day of September, 1871, at lo o'clock A. M., and show cattee, if any they have, why such an order should uot lie granted. WM. H. ALLDERDICE, W. _. LATANE, se I—F2w IN TIIE DISTRICT"COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of R. 11. Crawley, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va, on the Slst day of Aug., 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take noiice, that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, jitti,ie of the said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Wm. 11. Allderdice, assigneo of the estate of said bankrupt, lo sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum brances thereon. This is to give noiice to all persons interested, that in terms ol" said petition an order has been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all persons who may be interested in said estate, to appear hefore W. W. Forbes, Register, at his office, in the snid city of Richmond, on the 20lh day of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any they have, why such an on ; er should not be granted. WM. 11. ALLDERDICE, se I—F2w As'ignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matterof John T. Bontwell, bankrupt in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Vn., the Slst day of Aug., 1871. TO WHOM. IT MAY CONCERN: Please tn.lte no.'ice, that a pe,i,ion has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of the sold Diit.ict. Court, in Bankruptcy, by Win. 11. Allcierttiee, assignee of the estate oi" said bank rupt, 10 sell ihe real esta i.c belonging to said bank rupt, free from all liens and encumbrances there on. Tins is to give notice to all persons interested, that in terms of said petiiion an order has been Issued by the Jncje aforesaid, for all perrons who may be inie.e',ed in said est. le, to appear before W. W. Forbes, Register, at his ollice, in the said city of Richmond, on the 20th day of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any they have, why such an order should not be granted WM. 11. ALLDERDICE, so I—F2w1 —F2w Assignee. in the mutter of John M. Clark, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., the 31st day of Aug:., IS7I. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of said I)i trict Court, in Bankruptcy, by wm. 11. Allderdice, assignee of the estate of said bank rupt, lo sell the real estate belonging to said bank ~**- free from all liens and encumbrances there- pear before w. W. Forbes, Register, nt his office, in the said city of Richmond, on the 21st day or September; 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., nnd show cause, if any they have, why such order should not be granted. JACOB OOHN, 4258 IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of John J. Southworth, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To whom it may concern.—The undersigned, William 11. Allde.-dice, of Richmond City, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tiie estate of John J. Southworth, of Caroline comity, in said district, who was, on the Ist day of August, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said dis trict. Dated Richmond, August 25th, IS7I. WILLIAM H. ALLDERDICE, rilHlS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—That on the X 2uth day of August. 1871, a warrant in bank ruptcy wns issued out of tiie District Court of the United St.-.tes for the Eastern Diyt.'ici of Virginia, against the este.te oi Thomas J. T.'ihhle, ol Car oline coun >,y and State of Virginia, who has been adjui'.-ed a bankrupt on his own petition :—Thnt the -|i:-yni"iit of any debts and the delivery of any projs'. ,y belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, anu iiio transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of sal*} bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or more assignees of his es tate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at the ollice of the register in Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forjes, Esq., register, on the sth day of September, IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, an 2.l—W2w U. S. Marshal. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES fur the Ens tern D's.rict of Vir ginia. In the matter of William E. Gannaway, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this Ist day of Sept., 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONOEIIN : Please take notice, that a petiiion has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of san! District Court, in Bankruptcy, by P. W. Mc- Kenney, assignee of the estate of snid bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, f.ee from all liens and encumbrances thereon. This is to give noiice lo all (lei-sons interested, that in the terms of said .leiition an order lias been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per sons who may be interested in said estate, to ;"i --poar before W. W. Forbes, Register, at his ofllce. iv the said city of Richmond, on the 21st day of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M, and show cause, if any they have, why such order should not be granted. P. W. Mc KINNEY, se I—F2w Assignee. 41861 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern Distrlctof Vi r gmln. In the matter of James A. Waison, bankrupt in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this Ist day of Sept., 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by P. W. McKlnney, assignee of the estate of said bank rupt, to sell ihe real estate belonging to said bank rupt, free from all liens and encumbrances there on. This is to give notice to all persons interested, that In the terms of said iietition an order hns been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap jiear before W. W. Forbes, Register, at his ofllce, In the said city of Richmond, on the 21st day of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. Afe,.and show cause, if any they have, why such order should not bo granted. P. W. MiKINNEY, se 1-F2w Assignee, JL TED STATES for the District of Virginia. In the mailer of B. F. Evans k Co, bankrupts —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The nnderslgneri, H. B. Nichols, of No.iolk county, Virginia, here by gives noiice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of B. F. Evans and Clark Harrington, of Norfolk county, in said district, (partners ns B. F. Evans k C 0.,) who were, on the nth day of August, 1871, adjudged bankrupts on their credi tors'petition by the District Court of said dis trict. Dated Norfolk, Angnst; se 2—S:tw■» H. B. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—That en the 2d day of August, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was Issued out of the District Court ol tho United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, against the estalc of John H. Buchanan, of Hanover county and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti tion ; that the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any pioperty belonging to said bank rupt, to him or lor his nse, and the transfer 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 his estate, will be held nt a conn of bankruptcy, to lie holden at the Register's office in Rich mond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes, E., Reg ister, on the 2/ith day of August, 1871, at 10 o'clk A. M DAVID B. PARKER, an 14—T2w U. S. Marshal. rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—Thnt on (lie _. 2d day of August, 1871, a warrant In bank ruptcy was i?sued out of the District Court of the United States lor the Ens tern District of Virginia, against the estate of Mary P. 1 lob: on. of Gooch land county and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—That the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any properly belonging to said bankrupt, to him or lor his use, and ihe trnmfer of any ptoperty by him, are forbidden by law :—That a mceilug of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or more assignees of his es tate, will lie held at a court of bankruptcy, 10 lie holden at the office of the register, in Ricuniond, Yn., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., register, on the 25th day of August, 1871, at lo o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, au 12—sat U. S. Marshal. 4254 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- Ti;D STATES for the Eastern District ef Virginia. In thu matter of Reuben B. Boughton, Jr., bankrupt—in bankrnptcy, To Whom it May Concern—The under- igued, William H. Allderdice, of Richmond City A'a., hereby gives notice of his np}*oint raent as assignee of the estate of Reuben B. Boughton, Jr., of Es sex county, in said district, who was, on the 29th day of July, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own ]>etition by the Dist.let Court oi' said dis trict. Dated Richmond, August 25th, 1871. WILLIAM H. ALLDERDICE, an 29—T3w Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COUKT OK THE UNITED STATES for the Western District of Virginia. In the matter of Joseph A. Peck, bankrupt —iv bankruptcy. At Abinic'o.i, on the ?4th day of August. 1871 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please to take notice hereby, that a petition lias been, to wit : on the 29th day of April, 1870, tiled in said District Court by Joreph A. Peck of Giles county, Vn., in said district, who has been beretoiore duly declared bankrupt un der the net of Congress e&Utled "An act to estab lish a more unuoim. sy:tem of bankruptcy throughout the United States," approved March 2d, 1807, lor a discharge and certificate thereof, from all his debt* and other claims provable un der said act, am";that thcGih day oi Sep;., 1871, at 12 o'clock M., before H. C. Gibbons, one ot the register* of said coart in bankruptcy, at his ofllce in Abingdon, in said district, is the time und place assigned for the hearing of Ihe same; when and where you mry aliend a,a! '-howcause, if any you have, why tin- prayer of the said peti tion should not be granted. H. 0. GIBBONS, Register in Bankruptcy lor an 26—-82w SthCopg'l Diet, of Va. IN !Ut UIOTHICT COURT" ~OK THE UNITEIH3TATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Thomas H. Pollock, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At RiclunonJ, on the 27th day of July, IS7I. TO WUOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please to take no! ice hereby, that a petition has been, 10-wit: on the 27.h day of July, 1871, vied jn said Di-'Uict Conn by Thos. H. Pollock, of Richmond city, in said district, who has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the act of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni form system of bankruptcy throughout the Uni ted Stales, 1 ' approved March 2d, 1807, for a dis charge and ceiaflcate thereof from all his debts and o-httr claims provable under said act, and thatthelsUljyofSepiera'r,lf>7l,atloo'clk A.M before W. W. Forbes, o;<e of the register! ©f said court in bankruptcy, at hie piflce 1b Richmond, in said district, is the time and place affrftg&ed ibr the hearing of the same, when and where you may attend nnd show cau.ve, if any you h: ye, why the prayerof the said peiiiion shoiiti not be granted. You are al o hereby notified, that the second and third meetings of the creditors of the said bankrupt will be held at the same time and place. W. W. FORBES, Register in Bankruptcy for au 12—S2w the 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of D. E. J. Baskerville, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To whom It May Concern:—The undersigned, J. A. Smith, of Richmond, hereby gives notice of his appointment as trustee of the estate of D- E. J. -Baskerville, of Mecklenburg county, in said district, who was on the 29th day of July, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, August 25,1671. au 30—W3w .7. A. SMITH, Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Western District of Vir ginia. In the matter of David W. Silvey, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, F. H. Bruce, of Siiottsylvanla county, Vir ginia, hereby gives notice of his appoint ment as assignee of the estate of David W. Silvey, of Rappahannock county, in said dis trict, who wits, on the 6th day of Aug't 1871, ad judged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Sperryville, Va., August 25,1871. an 30— WSw F. H. BRUCE, Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District oi Virginia. In the matter of E. P, Anderson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—Tho undersigned, J. A. Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his iippointinent aa as signee of the estate of E. F. Andeison.of King Wm. county, in said district, who was, on the Ist day of August, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said District. Dated Richmond, August 2ft, 1871. an SO—Wsw J. A. SMITH, Assignee. 4253 IIVI IV THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of Nathan T. Willisana, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned, J. A. Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notieeof his np]*ointment as assignee of the estate of Nathan T. Williams, of Oreens ville county, in said district, who was, mi the 20th day of July, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said dis trict. Dated Richmond, August 2ftlh, 1871. au SO—W3w J. A. SMITH, Assignee. 12ft—Involun i arv. IN THE DISTRICT lot 111 OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern Districtof Virginia. In the matter of Newbcrg k Hachstadler vs. E. Keller, bankrupt—hi bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, Emmet Crump, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of Hie estate of E. Heller, of Prince Edward county, in said district, who was, on the 11th day of July, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bank rupt by the District court of said district. Dated Richmond, Augustus, 1871. an SO—WSw EMMET CRUMP, Assignee. _________ T!«i THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE L'M 1. TED STATES fur the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of Horace A. Richards, bank rupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern—The under i'ned, W. H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Vi.giuia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as msjig signee of the estate of Horace A. Richards, of Hanover county in said district, who was, on Hie 2nd day of August, 1871, adjndged a bank rupt on his own petition by the District Court of 4951. riMIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—That on the 1 .'>th day of August, 1671, a warrant iv bank ruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the 1 'iiit*d States for the Eastern District of Virginia, against the estate of Charles M. Bosher, of King William comity and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition: — That the payment of nny debts, and the delivery of any property belonging 10 said bankrupt, to hull or for his use, and the transfer of any pro perly by him, are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the crediiors of said bankrupt, to prove their debtsand choose one or more assig nees of Ids estate, will be held at a court of bank rujitcv, to be holden at the ollice of the register, in Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., register, on the 26th day of August, 1871, at IU o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, au 12—S2t U. s. Marshal. In tho matter of J. R. Gillett, bankrupt-In bankruptcy. At Norfolk, In said District, on the oth day of September, 1871, by virtue of an order entered in the above matter, on the 2d day of September, 1871,1 shall, on the 12th instant, at 12 o'clock M . at my office, in the Citizens' Bank Building In Norfolk, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash all the uncollected choses in action belonging to Ihe said bankrupt prior to and at the date of his bankruptcy. se 7 —eodtds Assignee. V SMGNEE'S SALE OF~~ " By authority of the United States District Court, for the Eastern District of Virginia, in the matter of E. Heller, bankrupt. I shall efrer for sale at public auction, (n the town of Farmville, FRIDAY, 8t» DAY «F SEPTEMBER, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., a large assortment of DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, k NOTIONS ALSO, THE CHOSES IN ACTION surrendered by the said E. Heller, bankrupt. Tuans-Cash. EMMET CRUMP, an 2S—fltood Assignee of E. Heller. Elsora, bank 'ounty, Va.,on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER !>TH, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., the following property, namely : 1 STEAM ENGINE, ls-horse power. 1 LOT TOBACCO MACHINES, (14.) ALL HIS CHOSES IN ACTION. 1 MASTER WHEEL PATENT. And a PARCEL OF LAND SUITABLE FOR A MILL SEAT, containing three acres, more or less, six miles from Howardsvllle, and adjacent to the lands of Thomas TUlman and others. TERMS.—One-third cash, and the remainder In six and nine months, requiring bond and good : security. A. HOWARD TURNER, j an 24—2aw3w Assignee. k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Aitn PERSONAL PROPERTY IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY. Pursuant to a decree of the District Court of the United States, in tho matter of James M. Conway, bankrupt, I will, as assignee of said bankrupt, ou WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27TH,U71, sell on the premises, one certain TRACT OF LAND lying in the county of Pittsylvania on Banister river, about 12 miles east of Pittsylva nia court-house, and adjoining the lands of Wm. H. Plunkett and others, and containing EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES, more or less. And on Ihe following day, THURSDAY, THE 28TH SEPTEMBER, I will, as assignee aforesaid, sell a certain tract, containing FIVE HUNDRED ACRES, more or lens, lying in said county, on the waters of Sweuilens Fork of John's Run, about 2 miles cast of Spring Garden and adjoining the lands of Ro. C. Terry and others. 5 The Terms or Sale will bo one-third of the purchase money of each tract to bo paid in cash, and the balance in equal instalments of six and twelve months ; each purchaser giving bonds antl approved security for deferred payments and a lien retained until the purchase money is paid.— The land will be sold In such parcels as may be deemed best, to be made known on day of sale. L. B. CONWAY, an 22—law.lw Assignee of J. M. Conway. By Col. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer. k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS VILLE, VA. By an order of the District Court of the United States ibr the District of Virginia, 1 shall, as as signee of Chamberlayne k Moss, expose for sale, to the highest bidder, at public auction, one of the best and large.-1 DISTILLERIES in Virginia, with fixtures complete, free from all liens nna encumbrances, in the town of Clitrksville, Va., ON THE lfiTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1671 TERMS—One-fourth cash; the balance pay able, with interest, twelve months after day of sale. J. M. CARRINGTON, Assignee je 111—2awtds of Chamberlayne k Moss. k SSIGNEES' RE-SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue of an order of the District Court of the United States for the District of Virginia, we will re-sell, as assignees of William P. Pool, bankrupt, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1871, on the premises, (the residence of the bankrupt,) the tract of land on which the bankrupt aforesaid now resides, containing FIVE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES. lying on the waters of Aaron's creek, Mecklen burg county, Va., with good improvements. Four-eleventh of 130 acres of land on the waters of Buffalo creek, in said county, now occupied by Grajiderson Vaughan. Terms o» Sale.—One-third cash; balance a credit of six and twelve mont lis, wilh approved security, with inteiest from date, and title re tained until the whole of tho purchase money Is paid—(Terms of first sale not having been com plied with. This sale was postponed from the 2Sth of July, 1871, to September 9th, 1671, for waut of Commis sioner's report. McKINSEY k BROWN, an 16—W3w Assignees. k MERICAN HOTEL, CORNER MAIN AND TWELTH STREETS, RICHMOND, VA. $2 50 PER DAY ,2 50 This new and attractive HOTEL is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public. Its location gives it peculiar advantages. Situ* ated on Main street, near the Post-office, Custom house, all of the Banks, Telegraph Offices, and most of the wholesale and retail houses of the city. The house is new and newly furnished, and Its experienced proprietor promises that it shall be first-class in all of its arrangements. The TABLE shall have full advantage oi this and other markets, the BAR supplied with CHOICE LKiUORS, and Ihe wine car wilh the mi) t select brands. Tho LIVERY attached will supply the finest teams at all times. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Richmond, May lsth, 1871— MadisonW. Jones Plaintin", against v George W. Blackley, Richard A. Lancaster and B. M. Coleman Defendants, IN EuyiTY. And the court doih refer this cause to M. F. Pleasants, one of Ihe commissioners of this court to aseertiiin nnd report to ihe court the amount due from the plain,'.lT, Madison W. Jones, to the defendant, Oeoige W. Blackley, for the building of the house in the bill and proceedings mention ed, wiib any metiers specially sin ted deemed per tinent by himself o "eqnired by tlte parties, and the said commissioner is authorized to proceed to lake the said amount upon due notice to the par ties by publication twioe a week for one month In one of tho daily newspapers published In the city of Richmond. An abstract—Teste: M. F. PLEASANTS, Clerk. Notice is hereby given that iv accordance with the above decree, 1 shall attend, at my olfice, in the custom-house, in the city of Richmond, on Monday, the 17th day of July, 1871, at Id o'clock A. M., for the purpose of complying with the same. Parties iuteieeted are notified to attend. M. F. PLEASANTS, U. S. Commissioner. The hearing in the above caso Is continued un til September 18th, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the same place. M. F. I'LEASANTS, se I—FSw Commissioner. / l«H»K IMG STOVES ! Having a large stock on hand, I am selling at greatly reduced prices. W. J. ANDERSON, 82.1 Main and 286 Broad s«tels. je 16—Smdiw ASSIGNEE SALES Auctioneer. c»l. J. J. k SSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS VILLE, VA. In the mailer of R. H. MOSS k BROS. By an order of the District Court of tho United States for tho District of Virginia, consented to by all parties interested, I shall, as assignee for the above named bankrupts, sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, ON THE 15th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871 I tho town of Clarksville, Va., free from a ens and encumbrances, a large amount of PER ONAL PROPERTY, consisting of Horses, Mules and Cattle, Household and Kitchen Furniture, ' Two (2) Steam Engines, with complete outfit Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, snt. ilcient to work 200 hands. The REAL ESTATE consist of about twenty five valuable Town antl Wood Lots, in and near to the town of Clarksville; Two large Facto - ries (smoking nnd manufacturing) ; also, "Kin - derton," one mllo out of town, containing SO o acres with handsome Dwelling. TERMS—For all personal property cash; for real estate, one-fourth of purchase money cash the balance payable In twelve months, with In terest from day of sale. J. M. CARRTNGTON, Assignee je 6—2awtds of R. H. Moss k Bros. k SSIGNEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HENRY COUNTY, VA., AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SOTII, 1871. By virtue of an order of the District Court ol the United States for the District of Virginia, rendered on the 12th day of May, 1871, we will sell, as assignees of John W. Smith and John C. Jones, bankrupts, at Ridgeway, in Ihe county of Henry, on SATURDAY, TIIE 90TH OF SEPT., 1871, TWO HUNDRED AND FOUR AND A HALF lores, upon which there Is a good dwelling-house, 3iit-house, Ik. ONE THAI !T, containing ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES, til Kin which there are Iwo con houses, &c. ALSO, . A two-third interest in a BRICK STORE HOUSE at Ridgeway, formerly occupied by Smith & Jones. TERMS—One-third cash; balance twelve and eighteen monilis. 'equal instalments, the pur chaser giving botuls with approved personal se curity for the deferred payments, bearing inter est from date, and title retained until full pay ment of the purchnse money. HOBSON * TREDWAY, * Assignees of Smith k Jones, Bankrupts, au 25—F:iw SMALL FARMS FOB, SALE. COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE AT GUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAO, FACILITIES FOR BOATING, SHOOTING, FISHING, AND .' SURF BATHING, ON- SUNNYSIDE BAY. FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LAND HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE. SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HL DRED ACRES. STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES, AND RAILROAD IN REAR. ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAH.. TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE. We waut one hundred flrst-clnss families, in dustrious, temperate and enterprising. No ques tions asked about religion or poll tics. You can raise every variety of Fruit, Grass and Grain. Facilities for dairying excellent. Manures, Lime, Marl anil Muck easily obtained near the premises. Direct and rapid shipment of all products North by rail or water. No one need fear excess heat or cool nights for fresh breezes mine up the bay nnd temjierthe atmosphere. To persons of intellectual tastes, the near vi cinity of the National Capital is of inestimable value. It Is near enough to Washington lo allow one to do business there and be home at night; or, in winter to reside in the city and have the luxuries of a farm home. We urge our Northern friends not to go West, nor far into the Soulh to live iv the wilderness, till they have seen our beautiful region of Ihe Upper Potomac. Come and see us here in Virginia. Here you will find true liearls ready to welcome you. So ciety organized with Churches, Schools, Horti cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries of fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here you will find the cheapest land on tliis continent I and which is sure to increase rapidly in valne.— Northern men of means are coming in rapidy. Lands from *2o to $23 per acre, of excellent quality to improve, can be bought on long time. Farms can be rented by those who wish tb slay a while to try the climate. Address ■ VIA lli JOURNAL" Oll'lii;, OR BECK, KNOX k KIRBT, Real Estato Agents, ap 12—tf Alexandria, Va. D ._,___ 121)— Involuntary. ISTRICT COURT OF THE I'NITEW STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of R. H. Maury & Co. vs. Berrill, Flash 4 Co., bankrupts—in bankruptcy. A Warrant in bankruptcy has been issued by said court against the estate of Sen-111, Flash k C0.,0f Henrico co., and State of Virginia, who have been adjudged a bankrupt on petition ol their creditors, and the payment of any debts, und the delivery of any property belonging to to said bankrupts, to them or for their use, and Ihe transfer of any property by them, aro forbidden by law :—A meeting of tho creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts,and choose one or more assignees of their estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be tholdcn at Richmond in said district, at the office of the Register, be fore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on ibo 4th of September, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID. B. PARKER, au 21—M2w U. S. Marshal.