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.SA.TI KDAV EVENING. OCT. t, 1871.
THE TEXAS ELECTION!
_V •X-V___btl_ SJTOR3I :
__nitoi' from IMorinoMclom!
MORMON CONFERENCE !
iKitr.sr or asotiieii *_FMU!"
FROM ?»_ __ X I C O !
PRESIDENT Jl ARAZ IYSTAI.LED !
ANOTHER REVOLUTION BEGUN !
Latest Foreign News !
CATTLE DKOVERS OS A ItAMPA-E!
INDIANS GOING WEST !
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five Pilot Boats Ashore :
THE PRAIRIE FIRES!
.Vc. __c. Ate.
Texas Elections—Severe Storm, -c, fee.
Jefferson, Texas, October 6.—The elec
tion here was very quiet. The vide in
Marion county was 1,858; Bryan'", ma
jority, 100. The white and colored vott
was ahout equal. There Is nothing M J M
from the interior.
Galrestun, October (I.—The election
passed off quietly throughout the State as
far as heart! from, except at Grosbeak,
where five negroes of the State polio* mur
dered an old citizen named D. 0. Apple
white. The negroes were arrested.
Nothing reliable as to the result of the
election can be obtained to-night. The vote
polled here is small. The Democratic ma-
A severe storm commenced on the eve
ning of the 2nd. The bay in front of the
city was submerged for several hours
as far back as Church street. The damage
was small, considering violence of the
storm. Three miles of the Galveston and
Houston Railroad, between the city and
IJav bridge was badly damaged, and it will
require several days to put it in repair.
The steamer " Twelfth Era" ran ashore
in the bay, and is a total wreck. The p» —
Hengen and crew were all saved aftei i
ing to the Wreck all night.
__SB_Q„ COSCtLIAXOKI DC- I I RM.
City of Mexico, Oct. ..—Juarez was in
stalled President last nighf. amid greal
citement. Titers are no revolutionary tie- |
monstrations as yet.
Juarez's message was read in Uongn
to-dny. It was conciliatory bat Hrm.
ANOTBKB REVOLUTION CO.MMKXe; D.
Matamoras, Mexico, October _. — An- j
other great revolution has been inaugu
rated in Mexico. Tiie Slate of Nueva
Leon lakes-the lead. The government of ]
Nueva Leon and all the State officers are
leagued against Juarez, and it is expected
thai the movement will be seconded by the
The merchants, here and on the coast,
are uneasy about coming events.
Great preparations lire being made for
the defence of this city.
Indian* Qolttg VI est.
V hattanooga, October 7. —John U.
Lang, of the Hoard of Indian Commis
sioners, and Colonel Cox, of the Interior
Department, with three car loads of Chero
kee Indians, passed through here last night
en route for the Indian territory. A huge
number will soon follow. The party was
in charge of Col. A. A. Barnes, general
freight and ticket agent of the Memphis
and Charleston lailroad, who has made a
contract with the government to transport
the remainder of the Cherokee tribe.
Pilot Heats Driven Ashore.
Ktio Orleans, October 0. —Five pilot
boats were driven ashore in Southwest
Pass, in the gale of the 3d instant, in
cluding the "Kobert Brace," which whs
totally wrecked, and four of he crew
drowned. Pilots Frank Bailey and Charles
Cooleri clung to the wreck for thirty hours,
and were rescued.
Cattle Urover*. on v Hampa_e.
Topeka, Kansas, Oct. 7. —A party of
Texas cattle drovers, at Aldine, spent most
of tho day yesterday in forcing the business
men to treat them. A row resulted, in
attempting to quell which, the city mar
shal was wounded, and one drover acciden
tally killed by another.
The Prairie Tires.
Chicago, Oct. 7. —Fires in the woods and
prairie are prevailing in every direction, in
cluding Michigan, Illinois. Wisconsin and
lowa. A heavy rain alone can stop the
The country is dry as tinder.
TIIE MORMON CONFERENCE—ANOTHXB
Salt Lake City, Oct. 7.—The semi-an
nual mormon conference commenced its
session to-day. The language of the
"Saints" was generally quiet and mode- !
The editor of the Nevs, one of the
"Apostles," has been arrested for ltwd-
The progress of the cholera in Constanti
nople has been checked, and the fears of its
becoming an epidemic are subsiding.
The gambling houses at the German
watering places will not be closed during
Twenty professors of the University of
Home refuse to take the oath of allegiance
Seven lives were lost in Vai mouth luir
bor, England, by tho sinking of the sins ..
LAST MIJHTS DISI'ATI'UF-S.
■Millll* OF TH- -B_BtD__T—siiith-
ERN CLAIMS COMMISSION.
Washington, October fi.—The President
lavs returned to this city.
The Southern Claims Commission will
appoint no more special commissioners t..
lake testimony in the South, except a suc
cessor to Commissioner Blackmail, in M:-
sissippi. Tho Commission also refuse to
allow the special rrimmi—irinnni South to
receive testimony supporting any claim i X
ceeding three thousand dollars. Hut if
claims in excess of that amount be reduced,
it will bring them within the jurisdiction of
the president of the commissioners. No
further application for hearing testimony
will be entertained this year.
taking of testimony, on the ~d instant, the
wit - in.i :i in, Cencral ISuell s army I
on tiie occupation of Nashville, in 1861,
mounting to 19,000: Mrs. Loui*. Kearney,
viilow of the lale Col. Kearney, of tiie __»
rinccr corps, for property taken near Al-:
\aii(!i-in, amounting to 18,800 ; Virgil I.
'orbctt, of Alexandria, for timber cut fir
uel, fortifications and quarters, -mounting
*i 13,500 ; Mrs. Sua_Q A. Davit, of _taf
brtl emmty, Va., for property taken from
•or torn. amo_nting to |4f340, and Oliver
lodges, W. 11. Mouch. Lewis Quialer, W.
». Smith, and Samuel l'ulman, Virginia
antiers, residing in the vicinity of YVash-
Qgton, lot '.n'.ious smaller amounts.
Front New York.
llti: WEST! 11.1.D UISASi'EU AOAIN —AN
EMBEZZLER 000 VIC-BD, BTC
Xtic For-, October •!.—lt i.s reported
that all tin iillieirs of the Stnten Island
Parry company are aware that there were
,;! pounds of steam on the Westlield at the
time of the explosion last summer, and
that the fact was caused by the absence of
the engineer for ten minutes from his post.
Vf, A. RobhMOn, formerly cashier of
■ ereral prominent banking-houses, has
been convicted of embezzlement, and Ben
eficed to five years in the State prison.
X; In the case of Henry Henta, cotton bro
er, who sued to recover (25,000 from the
owners of the steamship Idaho for an alleged
non-delivery of cotton, -hipped on that
steamer to parties in Liverpool, Judge
Benedict dewed in favor of the steamship
owners, on the ground that the cotton was
shipped to panics having no right to it, and
its iii livery to others, who were its rightful
owners, although not mentioned in the bill
of lading, was correct.
(ien. liyaji, of Cuban notoriety, visited
Mayor Hall to-day, from the Executive
Committee of the Cuban Republic anniver
sary, that the mayor take part in the pro
ceedings and make a speech, which the
mayor declined to do. The General then
asked for permission to lire cannon in front
of the City Hall, which could not be granted.
CnlllW—la _Mes —Pat—l Kerosene Accident.
San Fremciicoi October B,—A match for
§•20,000 between unnamed California horses
is to come off over the Sacramento course
in the next ninety days ; nnd another match
lias been made against time, in which a San
Francisco truck horse is to trot twenty
miles In an hour.
Mrs. Hart, tiie mother of seven children,
residing on rolsotn street! was burned to
death last night by her*clothes faking fire
from a kerosene lamp, which she was at
tempting to fill.
hutneroui hi illianl meteors, passing from
tho southeast to the northwest, have been
observed in all parts of this state during the
The Draught la the tVe.-t.
Chicago, 111., October it.—The drought
now prevailing in tiie West has not been
equalled within a period oi* twenty-five
years, All through central and southern
Illinois the wells and small stream.-; are
iompletely ■ ■ I up, at d the inhabitants
lind great difficulty in obtaining sufficient
rater for their households and stock, I he
oil is so dry Umt ploughing is rendered im- j
Re i :.-*•■- AccMe-t at nu l_anß<—-tier?,
Cm innati, Ohio, Ot ober 0, —'i'iie in
ration of the famous bronze "Tyler
lavidson" fountain took place today in
ie j.'.'iv'.i of an immense crowd, iuir
ng the specta :lo five tiers of seats, not pro
icrly secured against accident, fell, carrying
villi them the occupants te the ground,
11.ire persons were seriously injured, and
quite a number slightly hurt.
The Great Prairie i ins in the West.
,sv. l'i.'ei,i\\. B.—The great prarie fir
is unabated. The course of the terrible
conflagration is southeast, towards the
lowa border and Minnesota river. Tho
losses arc confined principally to houses,
barns, fences, wheat, and live stock. Only
two lives are known to have been lost.
Many small towns are completely destroyed.
The Triennial Etttscepal Convention.
Baltimore, Oct. 8, —The Convention to
day consented to the consecration of Rev.
Mr. liowe as the assistant Bishop of the
diocese of North Carolina.
The proposed amendment to the canons,
to give to the English clergy the same right
In the Church parishes of this country as
our clergy, was rejected.
rjMIIS IS -OGIVE NOTICE—That on theaotli
__ day of Sept* IWI, a warrant in bankruptcy
was issued out ol" tlie District Court of the Uni
ted Staley for the —assent District of Virginia,
against the estate of Pembroke s. Games, ofj_oa*
d-jun county, and State of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrtirit on his own petition; that
P"ie payment of any debts, and the delivery of any
roperty belonging to said bankrupt, to
mi or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by lain, arc forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditor* of said bankrupt, to
prove their debt* and choose one or more assign
ees of his estate, will be held at a court of bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the ollice of the Reg
ister, iv Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill,
Esq., Register, out lie 41 h dayof November, 1871,
at li o'clock A. M. DAYII) 1!. PARKER,
■I— Piw TT. S. Marshal.
iS IS TO OIVE NOTICE—That ou lhe
dday of lici'r., 1871, a warrant In bankrupt- j
cy was Issued, out of the Distrlcl (loan of tile Uni
ted States for the Eastern District of Vi_i_la,
against the estate of Sandfoi— Gfullck,
of Loadoun county, aud State ot" Virginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition ; that the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property to said bank- j
rupt, io him or lor hi* u.-e, and the tn___r oi
any property by him are forbidden l.y law; that ;
a meeting of the creditor* of the said bankrupt,
io prove their debts, and choose one or more de
signee* of his estate, will be held at tl court of
bankruptcy, to be holden ai ihe ofllce of the n ■;■
Isterln Alexandria, Va., before Lysander BUI,
Esq., Register, on ihe 4thday of November, 1871, I
at !* o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
OC 6—F2w U. s. Marshal.
rrtnis is to GIVE NOTICE I—That ou the
JL —day of . 1(71, it warrant in bank
ruptcy was Issued ont of the District Court of the ]
United sums im-ihe Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of Oeorge W. .Myers, of Lou
doun county and State of Virginia, who lias
been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—
That ihe payment of any iieins, and the delivery
of any property belonging :o said bankrupt, to
him or for his n-*-, and ihe transfer of any i*ro- i
party by him, are forbidden by law:—Thai a ,
meeting **!' the creditor* of said bankrupt, to i
prove their debts and choose one or more nSsAM
nees of hi- estate, win be held at a court of bank
rupt*}', to ne holden afthe office ol the register,
in Alexandria, A 'a., before Lysander Hill. Esq.,
register, u» tho Ith (lay of -November, IS7I, at U
o'clock A. HI. DAVID 11. PARKER,
oc 6—Paw _____! '-lial.
T.\ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
_L TED STATES for ihe Eastern District of
In im* mailer of Willlum Malone, bankrupt
—ni ban— uptcy.
Hastei•n lit-trh-: of Virginia, ss;
Notice is hereby given thai ■* uncial meet
ugof the creditors of Ihe said William Malone.
lankrnpt, wil) be held at Richmond, within the
ol W. W. Fbrheis Esq., one ot the registers
hi bankruptcy, in said district, on Wednesday,
the lsiliday of October, Is7i, at in o'clock A.
.U., for Ilie pitrposea named in the L'7ih section of
■ie- bankruptcy act of March _I, j**a7.
Dm ed at Lawn nooville, the :id of October, '71.
E. fi. TURNBULL,
ocß—F__ • tsabrae*.
IN Till: DISTRICT COURT OF THE I.'NI
-1 TED STATES for 111* Eastern District ot
In ihe matter of Thes. J. Tribble, bankrupt—in
At Richmond, Va, theSflth day of Sept'r, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Please lake noii...-, i lull a petition has been pre
sented to the liou.TouuO. underwood, judge of
the said District Court, iv Bankruptcy, by Wm.
H. AUdeidice, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to
said bankrupt, free from all liens and cuciini
Thi- is to give notice to all person* Interested,
thai in terms oi said petition an * ni.r nas bean
issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all persoAi
who may be Interested in said _ tale, io appear
IV. IV. Forbes, Register, nt bis ollice, in
cli} *•; Richmond, *.n the loth day of
cauei tiave, why siicl. an wdershould
I sol be granted WM. II ALLDERDII X,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIONEERING, &c.
E. B. N E W BURN,
No. 1014 Main Stheet,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, 4C.
»_■ MONEY LOANED I'PON CITY REAL ESTATE_»
Parties having fluids to loan upon City Real l'.-tate <p.t\ ins them TWELVE 1'Eii CENT. Pl'.H A1SNCM.) would find it to their interest to five
me a call.
GRAND CLOSING Ol'T SALE OF
LOTS IN HOLLADAY S ADDITION TO TTIK CITY OF RICHMOND, TO HE SOLD AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY
OK NOVEMRER, 1871, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.
TERMS—Twenty Dollars cash ; balance at 3, 0, !) and 12 months' time.
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" BANKRUPT "NOTICES.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK
UNITED STATES for the Eastern Distiictof
In the matter of John Walter Scott, bankrupt
l —in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
Emmet (.'rump, of Richmond city, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his. appointment 6s
assignee of the estate of .lohn "Walter "Scott, of
King William county, in said district, who was,
on the 17th day of August, A. I)., 1871, adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition by the District
court of said district,
Dated Richmond, September A, 1871.
SP 2o—W.'iw EMMET CRUMP, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK 1 KI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District of Vir
In the matter oi Philip T. Suttons, bank*
To Whom it May Concern^—Tho undersigned, ;
W. H. Aliderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, I
hereby gives uotiee of his appoint men ttsasHg- '
_iguee of the estate of Philip T. Sutton, _f
Kichmond city, lv said district, who wop, on
the loth day oi August, l>7l, adjudged a bank
rupt on his own putUion by tiie Dibtrui Court of
Dated Richmond, September 6, 1871
YV li. ALLDERDICE,
.-*■■ 3P—WBw Asi Igni m
I\ THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
In the matter of R. 11. Maury k Co. vs. Serrill,
Flash .v Co., bankrupts—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
William Wagner, of Richmond city, Virginia,
hereby givos notice of his appointment as assig
nee ot the estate of Serrill, Flash k Co., of Rich
mond city, in said District, who were, on ihe !>th
day of August, IS7I, adjudged bankrupts by the
District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, September 9th, 1871.
se B—FBw Assignee.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of Alvey, Coale k Co. vs. Aaron
Brunn, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 19th day of Sept'r, 1671.
TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN :
Flease to take notice hereby, that apetition has
been, to wit: on the 19th day of September, 1871,
filed In said District Court by Aaron Brunn, oi
Albemarle county, in said district, who lias
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt upon
the pe'ition of his creditors under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a more
uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
Uniied States," approved March _d, 1«07, lb.- a
discharge and certificate thereof, from all bis
debts and other claims provable under said act,
and that the Lid day of October, IS7I, at 10 o'clock,
A. M» before W. AY. Forbes, one of the Registers
of said court in bankruptcy, ut his ollice in Rich
mond, iv said district, is the time and place as*
| signed fur the hearing of the same; when antl
when; you may attend and show cause, if w.wy
yon have, why the prayer of the said petition
should not be granted.
You arc also 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 iv Bankruptcy for
selfr—T2w 3d Cong'l Dist of Va.
TVISTRICT COL'It T OF THK UNITED
J. /STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
_'<* >tlt whom it may conrj-rn, Greeting;
Notice is hereby given, That, on the l__tl_ day of
September. 1871, tin-store, fixtures, molasses, spir
its, counter, Arc., at Petersburg, claimed by J. W.
Harwell, and valued at tr.du—were seized by the
Marshal of the United States for said District as
forfeited o the use of the United Slates, and the
same is libeled aud prosecuti-d in this court in the
aamsof the United States, for condemnation for
th-causes in said libel set forth, and that said
cause will stand for trial at the court-room in the
city of Richmond, on the 14th day of October,
1871, next, when and where all persons, are warn
ed io appear lo show cause why condemnation
should not be decreed, and to Intervene for their
Dated September _!>, IS7I.
DAVID B. DARKER,
se _y—lot U. S. Marshal.
rpHIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—That on the
X 16th day of Sept'r, 1871, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was issued out of ihe 1. .strict Com i of the
United States torthe Eastern District pf Virginia,
againsi Lhe estate of John Younger Martin, of
Caroline co,, and State of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition i—That
the payment of any debts, nnd the delivery of
any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him
or for his use, and the transfer of any property
by l_.ii., are forbidden by law :—That a meeting
of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts aud choose one or more assignees of his es
tate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be
holden at the office of the register, in Richmond,
Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., register* on tho
2d day of October, I*7l, at Id o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
se 19-T2w U. S. Marshal.
ll* TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES, for the Eastern District of Vir
In tho matter of 11. A. Richards, bankrupt—
At Richmond, Va ,the__h day of Sept'r, 1671.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented io the lion. John C Underwood, judge of
tbe said District Court, In Bankruptcy, by Wm.
11. Aliderdice, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
bankrupt, free from all liens and encumbrances
•This is to give notice to ail pevsoss interested,
that in terms of said petition an order has been
issued by the Judge aforesaid, (brail persons who
may be interested in said estate, to appear bo
fore W. W. Forbes, register, at his ofllce, In the
said city of Richmond, on the l.'nh day
of October, 1871, at id o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such an order should
not be granted. WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
se _t>—T2w Assignee*
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of E. F. Anderson, bankrupt— in
To AY horn it May Concern—Tho undersigned,
J. A. Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia,
i hereby gives notice of his appointment a- ss
si_-ni -c of i he estate of E.F. Anderson, of King Wm.
! county, in said district, who was, on the Ist day
j of August, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on ins own
: petition by tbe District Court of said District.
Dated Richmond, August 25, IS7I.
au W-Wtw J A. SMITH, Apsignee.
TO GTVK NOTICE:—That on tbr
Of Sept'r, 1871| ft WSTTWIt in bank-
Lssned out of the District Court of the
es for the Eastern District of Virginia,
> estate ef ii. < I. Burnett, of Car
f and State of Virginia, who tuts been
bankrapi on bis oun petition :—Thai
it of any debts and tho delivery of an y
longing to said nankrupt, to him or
and the transfer of any property by
'blddon by law:—That a meeting of
is ot' said bankrupt, to prove the
boose one or more assignees of bis c
■ held at a conn of bankruptcy, to be
te office of nu* register in iUc'hmon
\V. W. Forbes, Xc, register, on tl
>ctober, 1871, at i" o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
v r. s. Marshal.
i TO GIVE NOTICE:—Thai (
day of Si -;i!i mbi r, 1871. a vvarran
was jr.-,!. ,t oul :■* the District I ■■•
• ■tl si i ps for i': Easti m Di irk-i
'.iii:-, the estate ol t ••'*'. ';. \)n\ i!,
.. ftl'i onntk ,und State ol Virs iuia.w!
[judged .. ' ■■ ti io. IM 1 ' on It in ow vi»
tie payment ■'. any debts, avid i!
„ay jM-ijK-i'!y In-longing io aid ban
i or ior Ids a&v, and the transfer oi" ai
bun, are I rbubioi, b>' law; that
Uecivtiitori of said bankrupt, to pro
aud chooMj one or m< _i in , :' fti i
ui,i be held am ■ oun of bankntptc
v at the Register's office hi Kit
mi i li :. n \Y. \V. Forties, Esq., Re
e*irh day of October, 187J, al iv op
DAVID B. DARKER,
.v i . S, pgnrsbal.
iO*uvi: Mjr;ij_-That en the -i
I'lu'r. 1871, a warraui in bankruptc
out of the District Court oftheUi
br the Eastern District oi Virgin]
estate ot Apollos Bout well, of Ca
>, and State of Virginia, who hi
fed a bankrupt on his own petition i —
lyrarot of any debts, and tin* dciive.
kerty belonging to said bankrupt,
ds use, and the transfer of any pr
im, are forbidden by law:—That
tne creditors of said bankrupt,
debts and ohoose one of mure ossi
estate, will be held at a court ot ban
io holden at the office of the registe
d, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq.,
i die ath day of October, 1871, at.
d. DAVID B. PARKER,
k V. S. Marshal.
TO GIVE NOTICE— That on the 21
$eg>t'r, 1871, a warrant iv bankrupu
out of the District Court of the Ui
for the Eastern District of Virginia,
» estate of A. J. McDowell, ol
■ounty, and state of Virginia, who
Eidjadged a bankrupt on his own
tat the payment of any debts, and the
any property belonging to said hank
. or tbr his use, and Lhe transfer of
iy by him are forbidden by law: that
if the creditor.'; ot said bankrupt, to
debts, and choose cue or more ne
ts estate, will be held at a court
■, to be holden at the Registers offic
Virginia, before W. AY. rorbM, Esc
a the sth day of October, 1,71, at
1 DAVID E. PARKER,
n * U. S. Marshal.
IIISII'.II T COURT OF TIIE UNT
iVTES for the Eastern District of Vir
In the matter of John W. f-Hlkerson, bankrupt
Maetem DUttria of Virginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given thai a last general meetii
of tbo creditors of the said Juo W\ Gilkerson, ban
rapt, tor the purpose of declaring a dividend, w
beheld at Richmond, at ttie ollice of \v\ W
Forbes, register in bankruptcy, In said district,
on Tuesday, the 10th day of October, 1871, at lo
o'clock A. M., in accordance with the provisioi
.1 t be 27th and I'Sih sections Of the baukraptc
act of lUarch'_d, 1867.
Dated nt Richmond, tins 2_d day of Septet
ber, 1871. JOHN JOHNS, .Ik.,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT 1 Oi THE IX
A TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vi
in the matter of A. McKeudrie Uoyd, Aubr*
Pearre,'Oliver pearre et a_s vs. John H. Stove
bankrupt— _n bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concert-—The andersigne
B il Turner, of Fauquier county. Virginia, her
iiy gives notice of ids appointment as assignee o
the estate of John ll.siovor, of Fauquier com
ty, in said district, who was, on the Ist day o
June, 1871, declared a bankrupt on ids creditor
petition bj the District Court of said district.
D.it.il s* 'em, September Ist, 1.-71.
i -.M_w s. 11. TURNER, Assignee.
WX THE DISTRICT COURT OP TIIE UN
1 TED STATES for the Eastern District of V*
In the matter Of Mfcry P. Hobson, bankrupt
To Whom it May concern—Tiie uadersignei
John A. Coke, of Richmond city, Va., haiel
gives notice of his appointment as assignee i
the estate of Mary i\ tfobson, of SpocLdand c<
in ssid district, who was. on the _d day of A.
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on her own p
•■■■■ ihe District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, Augusl _», IS7I.
■c i -l-'-w JOHN A. OOKE, &BBignee.
I.N THE DIMUH I COURT OF THE UN
X TYA' STATES for the District of Virginia.
lv tin* matter of Joseph A. Peck, bankrupt-!
District of Virginia, es:
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Pursuant loan order of Hon. John C. l.'nde
wood, a genera] meeting of creditors of said ban
rnpt will b" held at the ofllce of IL. C. Clibbon
ooe of the Registers In Bankruptcy, at Abin
don, Va . on the 16th day of September, 1871, a
lo o'clock A. Bt,. for the purposes named in tl
27th section of the act of Congress, entitled "A
sci to establish a Uniterm system of bankruptc
Imghoid the United States," approved Marc
leT , P. W . STROTHER,
' i -l'-,v &sstgnee,
i THE DISTRICT COURT Ol' THE f>
I "ED STATES for the Eastern District of VI
.the natter of WRliara R. Fentress, ban
i -iv bankruptcy,
o Whom it May Concern—Tho undersign*
John j. Uurronghs, Jr.. of Norfolk city, V'Lrgiui
hereby gives notice of liis appoinuuunt as assi
nee of the estate of William R. Fentress, ofls'o
folk cumny, in .-aid District, whowas, on the I.M
day of April, 1-71, adjudged a bankrupt mi h
own petition by the IJ_BtriC# Oourl of said Di
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By Cook a Laughtou, Auctioneers.
k ss.li. m | s SALE OF A
STEAM ENGINE, SEWING MACHINES, _c
By authority or the District Conrt of the Unil*
States for the Eastern District of Virginia, in t
matter of W. J. Cttssen, bankrupt, 1 shall oil
for sale on
TUESDAY, THE 17th DAYOF OCTOBER, '7
at 11 o'clock A. M., at the factory oi'sald < 'usse
•11 ii tie lin Kockctts, anil known'as tin' "Fulto
Bay Company,'' the following property, to \vi
1 PORTABLE ENGINE ANI) BOILER AN
!> SINGER SEWING MACHINES
2 LESTER SEWING MACHINES
CUTTING MACHINES, *c.
Tsbms—Cash. H w. BHANSI'ORP,
oc 7—2awtds Assignee.
a *.m<;m*;k's sale of
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN BOTETOTTRT COUNTT, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of a decree of tin* District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered the 17th day of April, 1871, in tie
matter of Fletcher H. Mays, bankrupt, lhe un
dersigned, assignee of sai''~ |M ba"l,-rm>l. will sell _|
public auction, at the .i..n*. nun Store, In said
county of Botetourt, to the highest Udder, on
THURSDAY, 2nni OF OCTOBER, IS7I,
all of lhe REAL ESTATE or said bankrupt ren
il-nd in his schedules, (except the.l unci inn Store
farm, contaii ing 141U acres, which will nos be of
fered for sale ) The real estate now nil'rrcd for
sale consists of the following tracts or parcel* of
adjoining said Junction Store farm, situated OS
the turnpike road leading from Fincastle to Cov
ington. None of this land baa been flies .1
on Patterson creek, adjoining tho lands of said
Junction Store farm and Samuel Rtddlrshargrr,
situated in lhe long draft. None of this land has
FIFTEEN AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND,
on the northea-st side of James river, t'pon'.hi
lanif there is a good cabin, and it is in a good
neighborhood And then' is upon it good water
power, a grist and saw-mill having been at one
time in successful operation tijiou it. (Themiils
have been burned.)
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or tess, on the north side of James river,
nnd near lo the river. T—is tract contains a large
portion of a*good tobacco laud as aaylnVl-*
ginia ;is veil ival* red, ami a portion of it is in
cultivation. Tin remainder is heavily timbered,
and is situated below ilie junciion of Oral!
creek with Jains* river, nnd within half anile
of the river.
situated on lhe banks ol ,lal,ii is river, abOYS the
mouth of ('raid's creek. This land is all in tim
ber. The James River aid Knuav.ha canal,
which has 1...in in pari constructed abot
po-it,rui_ tlirungh ihSi tr—rl : :..i : o.* * aid uact
of lof*i acre* aad by tiie triu t of ■:.;' iicres,
tl of Craig's creek, aliove Ciejtmclio *; •
* reek wiili .hum's river, aud adjoining i!. ■ Bin -
■>l PetUgrcw, ihe heirs of Andersen and *.i..
Junction sio c faun, ami is a!; heavily ittnti
Dd :i- a valu.il.le appendage to either • i •
•in ihe wesf side of .lames river, below the moiith
of Craig's en elf. 1 his is a good farm, with Iron.
7J to li«i acres in cultivaiion. Has m_no v .
in.u(s and a small orchard, is situated oi
banks of James river lor nearly a mile, si I has
niton it one of the best bodies el' grey stem* be
tween Covington and Richmond.
FOUR THOUSAND ACRES,
more or less, chiefly situated ou lhe waiei of
Patterson creek, adjoining the Junction Stoic
farm. This large u-aei Ii between Coldw
and Craig creek mountains, Id toitw eight miles
iv length, and Wittered lbrotighonl lhe who! ■ i -
tance by Patterson creek. There i> some cleared
land on this (arm, ami ii Is lastly regarded us thi
best range lor .stock iv the country, 'litis land
will be sold as a whole, or in tracts of live er sin
hundred acres, to suit purchasers, and sn lan! 0—
as to give purchasers tanniug land on ihe creek
and access to the mountain land from mount.tin
tomonnuiin. This survey divides in the "Har
tley survey," or the lands Sold in New York by
Francis V. Sutton in lsuti or 1667, and if the pur
chasers of that land wish to make their ptitcha
! ses valuable they will do well lo attend this sale.
TERMS—One-fourth of the purchase moniy
cash; the residue in one, two and three years, the
purchaser giving bond, with interest adtled. and
approved security, for deferred payments. Till*:
to be retained until all the purchase money is
paid, with power reserved to Hie court to resell
in ease default is made in any payment or any
j parV thereof.
This laud is sold free from all liens and encttm-
Assignee of F. 11. Mays, bankrupt.
I * SSIOMF-E'S SALE Of
VALUABLE ____ ESTATE
AND CHATTEL PROPERTY IN soUTH
lAs assignee in bankruptcy of Orman M. Bryant,
| WEDNESDAY, THE IStii OF OCTOBER, Ml,
proceed to sell at public auction, on the pm
to the highest bidder, a
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing four hundred and seventy-two (472;
acres. The said land lies about six miles from
Newsom's depot on lite Seaboard and Roanoke
railroad, in Southampton couniy, aud has ngood
dwelling-houso on it undall necessary out-houses
for a first-class plantation.
I shall also sell some CHATTEL PROPEHI _.
TEEMS.—For ihe chattel property, cash; for
i the land, enough cash to defray costs of sal.*, .'..-.
The balance on six mouths'credit, title retained
until all the purchase money is paid, and powt r
of re-sale reserved upon failure to comply strict
ly with terms of sale.
Assignee in Bankruptcy of
se 22—Fid Orman Al. Hryanf.
A SSIONEES'SALE OF
j VALUABLE REAL STATE IN FAIRFAX
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District ef Vir
ginia, entered September 2uth, 1871, iv the mat
ter of Wethers smith, bankrupt, ilie undersign
ed, assignees of said bankrupt, will sell at public
| auction, to the highest bidder, at Fairfax C. II .
i MONDAY, THE ICTn DAY OFOCTOBER, IS7I,
I (that being court-day) at 12 o'clock M., tlietol
| lowing REAL ESTATE surrendered by said
I bankrupt in his schedules, to wit :■
A TRACT OF LAND,
; containing 132 acres 3roods and 13poles, with the
Improvements, lying in Fairfax county, Va., and
adjoining the lands of G. W. Gunnel,' Thomas .1.
Carper and other*. Said land la sold free from
I all liens and encumbrances.
TERMS—One-tcntli easli on day of sale; __-
j mice in 1, 2 and a years, equal insiabnenls ; pur-
I chaser giving bonds, with approved security, and
, hearing interest from day or sale. Tho title to
be retained until the whole ef the pureha-e m..
--ni'.v is paid. THOMAS MO( Hi 1),
SOW—T-SW . Assignee's.
A TTENTIOM, BUILDERS
SAVE YOUR MONEY I
Calf and examine my large stock of GRATE
FRONTS—the cheapest iv lhe city.
PLUMBING, TINNING, GAS and STEAM
FIT TING made a specialty at No. SSS Main nnd j
A -SI.IMI V SALE OF I
VA 1.1 ABLE EEAL ESTATE IN FAIRFAX
Hy virtue of an order of the District Court ol
he United States for the Eastern District of Vir
nia, entered September *'inh, IS7I. in themat
r Of Cyrus Hicltev, bankrupt, the undersigned,
signets of said bankrupt, will sell nl public
iciion, to the highest bidder, nt Fairfax (J. H.,
MONDAY, THE I'mDAYOKOCTOEEH, IS7I.
hat being * oiii'.-.lnv) at 12 o'clock M., the fo!
lowing REAL ESTATE surrendered by tab)
Oanlirupi in his schedules, t,, wil :
A TRACT OF LAND,
containing UO I*ll acres, lying six 'miles south
enst of Centreville, ad joining the lands of Wllmcr
McLane and others, and near the Orange, Alex
ndrla nnd Manassas railroad and Hull Run.
An undivided one-fourth part of
SEVENTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND,
ing south of the railroad on Bull Run, being a
art of the estate of which Cornelius Kincheloe.
These hinds are -old free from all liens and en
TERMS—One-tenth cash cm day of sale; bal
nce iii i, 2 and :t years, i qual instalments ; pur
liaser giving bonds, Willi anprevi tl security, and
•earing interest fretn day of sale. The lltleto
d ratal—ed tmtil the whole nt the purchase mo
ev is paid, THOMAS MOORK,
JOHN s. FOWLER,
se SS—Thrtw A
SMALL FMIMS JTOR SAi
I! .lillllMi! til M'UVMIATS FOB Sill
AT GI'NSTON HALL,ON Till. Ii ITOJKAO,
WENT- MJLEH BELOW WASHINGTON
AND FOCI; AIU.I3FROM .Ml. \ ERNON
I IS.IIING, AND
ON SUNNYSIUE HAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, BRAZING LAND
HIGH, ROLLINfI, HEALTHY
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
onoi> NEIGHBORHOOD OV ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
SOLD IN LOTS 1 ROM TEN TO ONE HI
STEAMBOAT I.ANIHN*". ON ri.l_M.sKS
AND RAILROAD IN REAU.
..•:<_. n '.|.,'<J about i ■ . , . Ujlk--.
M.':!l!' J■ L , I.'' . .■■.:!■■■■ ftOtl ''■' • ■■ •'•• >1>
Direct a ti i ■.■' I ■■ i.'' i■■ v 111 product* North
No one n ti rjxci ■• ..eat or cool nights
for troth !•'"." >'"i*' ftp the baj and rem per the
To persons of hridlecinr.l tastes, the near vi
i inity (ii the National Capitol i* ; of inestimable
value. It is riivir enough to Washington to allow
[ oi_e t$ do business there an., be home at night;
or, in whiter to reside iv tho city ami have the
luxuries of a farm home.
"We urge dtup Northern friends not lo go "fTost
nor far into the South 1.0 r.vc in the wilderness.
till they have seen out befusrtifnl rs*fto of
Come aud sre us hero iv Virginia. If fro JO
will find true licans ready to welcome you. ISo
doty organized will* ("'liiiivhe., Schools, Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries o!
fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here
you will find the cheapest land on this continent -
and which is safe to increase rapidly in value.—
Nor the... men of means are coming in rapidy.
Lands from (80 to Wfi per acre, of excellent
|ii:ility to Improve, can bo bought on long time.
Farms can be rented try thee* who wish to stay
a while to try the . lunar*-.
"ST ATR journai/* .ii 1 h t:.
BECK, KNOX k KIRRY,
Ilea! Estate Agents
ny I.—tf Alexandria, Va
1 N THE DISI RI*QT COURT OF THE IM-
J. TED STATES tor the Eastern District! of Vir
In the matter of W. S. AVootton, bankrupt—in
At Richmond, on the 20th day of September,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please 10 take notice hereby, that a petition has
j !>een,towit: on tho 27th day of Sept., 1669, filed
v said DistricyDourt by W. S- Wootton, of Hall
tax co, in said district, who has been heretofore
duly declared bankrupt under the act of Congress
*n titled "'An act to establish a more uniform sys
tem of bankrupt cy throughout the T r nitedStates,"
approved March 2d, 1867, for a discharge and cer
tificate thereof, from nil his debts and other
Claims provable under said act, and that the 2nd
day of October, 1871, at ]<> o'clock A. M., be
"iv w, W. Forbes, one of the nwtsf nrs tf said
oun in bankruptcy, ut bis <'like in Kichmond,
n said district, is the time nnd place assigned for
the hearing 01 the came j when aud where you
may attend and show cause, if any you have,
why the prayer of the said petition should not be
Yon are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said bunk
rnpt will tie held at the same time and place.
W. \V. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for tbe
so Hi—Tli-w Sd Cung ; l Dist. of Va.
TN THE DISTIUCT COI'UT OF THE IM
j A TED STATES lor the Eastern District of
lv the matter of John If. Buchanan, bank
, rnpt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., the 23th day of Sept'r, 1171
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition Uashoeapre
tented to the lion. John ('. I 'nderwood, ,jtn
the said District t ourt, in Uankroptcy, b> : \\ 1,
: H. Aiiderctice, ut tgnee of the estate of said bank
rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free from all liens and encqmbram ■ -
( This is to give notice to all persons Inters
thatia terms of »aid petition an order has heeu
1-si ied by the Judge aforesaid, for all w
; who may bo interested in said estate, to ixppen
j before \v. W. Forbes, Register, at his office, in
[the said city ofßichmond, on the rflth dai ol
1 October/ lsri, at W o'clock A. M., to show
cause, if any tney have, why such an order should
not be granted. WM. U. ALLDEItUICE,
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