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E.Y EVENING. OCT. 17. 1871.
THE WASHINGTON TREATY
CEN'L BUTLER'S VIEWS
MOTHER PAYMASTER H IBOVBLE
Tho LoniMiaua Lovpp"
SCHOONERS CAPTIRED B¥ FIL1BISTERS
l<Vom Hum _"rimol»eo
A BRACE OF MURDERS
LATE FKOM T_OTVT>OTX
THE QUEEN DECLARED INSANE
FEARFl'I. LOSS OF LIFE It CHIti
Washington, October 17. —Judge Chase
is presiding at the Supreme court, which
commenced a special term yesterday.
General Bullock, paymaster ol the
Freedmen's Bureau, has been suspended
for irregularities. His arrest had been or
dered, but it is withheld for explanations.
Humors of a defalcation are rife, and ft run
is progressing on the Freedmen's Bank in
consetiuencc.
The Loulsiann Levees.
Wannouth writes to the parish juries, he
is convinced that the lxjuisiana Levee com
pany is unable to meet the expectations of
the public, by preparing for the fall ami
spring rise, and that it now rests with the
parish authorities to take measures to pro
tect themselves.
Schooner Captured by Filibusters—Treublc
Apprehended.
Herald says that the schooner "Holton,"
at Gloucester, Canada, was taken from the
harbor at Guysboro, Nova Scotia, by a par
ty of men from Gloucester.
It is stated that a British gunboat lias
been sent in pursuit of the schooner, which
is now oil' Cape Ann, and that an Ameri
can gunboat has gone to prevent the recap
ture in American waters. Tha affair i.s be
lieved to be of great gravity.
From San Francisco.
RELIEF FOR TBE SUFFERERS —A BRACE
Stiii Francisco, Oct. 17.—A public meet
ing has decided to send $100,000 of the
funds raised here to Chicago and the bal
ance .(amount not given) to the Wisconsin
and Michigan sufferers.
A Chinese restaurant keeper has bten
killed by his Chinese waiters.
Long John, a saloon keeper, was killed
yesterday, in cold blood, by a customer.
The murderer has been arrested.
The weather continues dry and hot.
From New York.
RAID ON ILLICIT DISTILLERIES.
JVttt' York, October 17.—Revenue offi
cers supported by Federal soldiers, made
a raid in the Fifth ward, Brooklyn, at 6
o'clock this morning, and captured several
illicit stills and other property, with but
little resistance.
Butler on the AA'nslilngton Treiily.
Philadelphia, Oct. 17.—Butler in his lec
ture, at (he Academy of Music, on the 1
treaty of Washington, held that the con
cessions made by the treaty were humili- r
ating to all Americans. Great sensation ;
was created by his remarks.
From Flab.
Salt Lake City, Oct. 17.—Brigham |
Young has pleaded not guilty to the indict
ment against him. lie appeared much im- |
proved in health. There is no excitement.
Schooner AA'rccUed.
Levant has been wrecked, and the captain,
mate and a passenger lost. The dead were |
found clinging to tlie rigging.
From London.
THEQUEEN DECLAREDINSANE—FATA—.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT —FEARFUL LOSS
OF LIFE BY THE FLOODS IN CHINA.
landon, October 17.—Mr. Bradlaw, at
an immense meeting, declared the Queen to
be insane, and demanded that the regency
be entrusted to the judges of law ami
equity until a republic is established.
It is reported that the disaster to the
"City of Paris" was caused by an error in
telegraphic signals. The vessel is safe.
A passenger train was wrecked in Sent- I
land, killing two persons and wounding lif- |
Three thousand persons are reported to
have perished in the Hoods which have re
cently occurred in China.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHKS.
NewA'urk Insurance Companies.
New York, Oct. Ki.—A receiver bas
been appointed for the Fulton Fire Insu
rance company of Brooklyn, wliich a stock
holder swears will become insolvent, ow
ing to the Chicago lire.
The Phoenix company of Brooklyn, has
adjusted its losses in Chicago by a draft
sent to Hart, Asten k Co.
The Board of Directors of the Home In
surance company to-day unanimously
adopted a resolution to till up its capital
stock to #3,800,000 at the earliest practical
moment. This will restore the Home's
assets to nearly, if not quite, #4,000,000,
after every cent of tho Chicago lasses are
The Manhattan Company, which lias an
nounced a suspension of business, expects
The Continental lost about a million, be
ing much less than their surplus capital,
and after paying its losses will lmve assets
amounting to #2,000,000 for new b__ncH.
Superintendent Miller will issue a circu
lar to-morrow, calling upon all New York ;
tire insurance companies to report, under
oath, their losses ai i. nnugo, mm una pi-- |
the (liscliarßp of his client, as no effort is
bd_g made by the (iovcnimont for a
iv trial.
The yacht raco to-ilay, between the Co
lumbia and Livonia, was won by the for
mer. At 12 M. the Columbia tvas one
mile ahead of the Livonia, and the betting
was six to four against the latter. At 6
o'clock the Columbia passed tho winning
I>ii: t, the Livonia not being in sight.
Triennial Eidsropnl Convention.
Ilallimnrc, Oct. I(l.—The House of the
Deputies of the Episcopal Convention has
adopted the report relative to the admission
of a new diocese within the limits of the
diocese of Pennsylvania. The union of the
new diocese with the (leneral Convention
takes effect on the Sth proximo.
The House is also adopted the " Himnal
reported by the j"int committee of the
lieneral Convention, with the amendment
that this " llii-iial," when Anally corrected
by the committee, shall be five to be print- j
eu and published under the same conditions
that now apply to the printing and publish
ing of prayer books.
Insnrnncs Companies Suspended, Inc.
Washington, Oct. Ki.—The fellowing in
surance companies are reported suspended I
by the Spectator : Market Company, of
New York city ; Hide and Leather, Inde
pendent, National, and New England Mu
tual, of lloston ; the Connecticut, North
American, and Putnam, of Hartford, Conn.,
nd the Norwich, of Norwich. Conn.
The Hoard of Supervisors have decided |
gainst allowing tug-boats to carry any |
more steam than is allowed to other yes- j
Con. Sherman visits Europe to inspect
he forts and armies of the European pow
rs.
General Dimiek, who commanded Fort
Warren during the early years of the war,
s dead.
.Alcctiiiu ol insurance Presidents.
Ado York, October Hi.—Fifty insurance
iresidents are consulting here to-day. Mr.
(filler, the State superintendent, addressed
he meeting, saying, if any were compelled
o go into liquidation he would do his best
to protect the interests of the insurers;
but wanted frank and candid statements.
President Oakley, just from Chicago,
said Unit lie considered the losses there
indc-istatcd. All the Chicago companies
could not pay more than 10 to 15 pur cent..
He slated that ail the New York companies
would pay their losses. I
Terrific Gale at Montreal. J
Montreal, Oct. 10.— A terrilie gale, after
a heavy rain, occurred here yesterday, re
sulting in serious damage to life and proper
ty. Ihe roof of the St. George's church
was started during divine service, and the
people rushed out in the middle of the pray
ers. The Cathedral spire rocked like a
ship's mast. Miss Annie Lowe, daughter
of John Lowe, of tlie Gazette, was killed
by a falling tree.
FINANCIAL AND I OMMERCIAL.
DAttv State JoVknai. Officii, \
Kichmond, Oct. 17,1871. J
I AYe quote flrst-class paper at 8 to 10 per
cent, per annum. Kichmond city bonds are held
j at SO cents. Virginia State stocks dull. There is
an active demand Tor first-class railroad eeenri-
New Yowl, October 17, IS7I.
Stocks wenk and active. Gold heavy at 113 X
*gll3*«. Governments dull anil weak. State
bonds dull and steady. Money? per cent. Ex
elian:;i.— ltmuS'r: short 9M.
Richmond (.ruin Market.
CUHS AM) FIoUR EXCHANGE, i
Kichmond, Oct. 17,1871. $
Ojferings.
AA r HEAT—AVhite, 0M bushels. Red, "48 do.
(loan—White, 1148 bushels. i\l ixeil, 66 bushels.
OatS—42o bushels'.
Mkai /ill btffl—els,
Sales.
Wheat—AVhite, MS bushels at $1,811 for prime
ii!].7"i lor very good; ifcl.&O for common. Red, 128
bushels at tl.ta fur common; Sl.liOfor fair.
(John—AVhite, 702 bushels at sue. for very good
old: 7Sc. for good old; 77c. for weavll eaten: 70c. fo
common new. Mixed, :)i bushels very good oh
at Roe
Oats—2:l bushels at We, for prime spring; 68t
<S)Mc. lor very (rood spring.
JVUai.—r.o bushels at S2)4e.
Ileexhil.iUd.
AA'llEAr—AVhite, 156 bushels. Red, 208 bushels
i Vkn—White, 128 bushels.
Gats—72 bushels.
Domestic Markets—[ur 11.i.i:.istAi-ii. j
New Yokk, October 17,1871.
Floar dull and heavy. Wheat unchanged —
Com dull and declining. Pork heavy—Mess
»13.12jg*13.25. Lard steady. Cotton dull am
heavy—Uplands mS; Orleans—lis—sales of tiCO
bales. Turpentine t>[email protected] Rosin firm at
4.P1 lor sirriint-d. Fr.-ign.is linn.
f1 i UK SOUTHER SI ASSOCI ATIO.N.—K SJf
JL FLE for the Kenellt of the Widows and Or
phans of the Southern States.
OISTaiBDTION No 692. EvESINtf, OCT. It).
63 IU 32 42 till 11 44 40 ol 21 29 49 23 a
Distribution No. 693. Moasiso, Opt 17 j
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., this 17th
' 'k\.AiMUNS& CO.', O.Q- TOMPKINS,
Managers. Commissioner.
OERTII'ICATES OF RAFFLE can be pur
chased from Captain W. I. DABNEY, at the
Branch ollice. No. 9 Twelfth street, thrie doors
~~ "
TN THE DISTRId'cOURT OF THE UNI-
J. TED STATKS for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In thematterof Apolusßoutwell,bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Aa, the 9th day of October, 1871.
TO WlllliVl IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
the said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by
Kminet Crump, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to
said bankrupt, freo from all liens and encum
brances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in terms of said peiltion an order has been
issned by ihe .fudge aforesaid, for all persons
«id may 1..- interested iv said estate, to appear
before AY. AY. Forbes, Register, nt his ollice, in
the -aid cily of Richmond, on the luth day of
in r.ber, 1871, nt 10 o'clock A. M., and show
cause, il any they have, why such an order should
'IUIIS IS TO IJIVE NOTICK—That ou the
I sth day of October, ls7l, a warrant in bank- |
i ~puy was issued against the estate of Wil
li'im T. Otwell of Accomacco., and Slate of A'lr- j
rinia, whir has been adjudged a bankrupt on
ins own petition: That the payment of any debts,
and the delivery of any properly belonging to
■aid bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the
transfer ol any properly by him, are forbidden
by law : That ii meeting of the creditors of said
baukrupt, lo prove their debts, and choose one or
more assignees of his estate, wUI be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Ous
lorn-House at Norfolk, Virginia, before Benj. B.
Foster, Esq., —egiatur, on the 24th day of Octo
ber, 1871, :il I I ol lock A. M.
Deputy Marshal as Messenger.
te Ac_oiB 7 iros_._r
-rj H. IIARA EV, : „.--„
Manufacturer of all descriptions of
MINERS', CONTRACTORS* AND STONE-OWTrnsS'
HAMMKRS AND TOOLS,
Bush, Hand, Hedge, Face and Pean Hanuuera.
ALSO,
nwTlf HALF-ROUNDS, WEDOES, Ac,
from the Inst brands of _nt))«h Cast-Steel.
Itepairingdm n reasonable terms. Satisfac
l.oii gttarun I-
All orders by mail or otherwise promptly at
r|MlirsTAl-E~JoijRNA_. Is an excellent ne-
J. vertising medium. Tryltandiee.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
A SSKJNEE'S SALE OK
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN BOTE
TOURT COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of a decree of the United Steles Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
I will sell, as assignee of Wm. P. Rowland, bank
rupt at auction, at Flneastle, in Botetourt coun
ty, oa
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18m, 1871,
a TRACT OF LAND containing one hundred nnd
,-ieliiv ricn-s. King in Botetourt county. Va.. on
r li- main road from Flneastle to Jackson, and
about three miles northeast of Flneastle.
TERMS—One-third cash; and balance on a
credit of one and two years, equal installments
secured by bonds with good security, and tit'
retained until all of the purchase money is paid
oc 17—law3w Assignee
"T-SIGNEE _ SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HOTE-
By virtue of a decree of tlie United Stales Dis
trict Court tor the Eastern District of Virginia, 1
will sell, as assignee of Robert F. Mays, bank
rupt, at auction, at Fincastle, in Botetourt coun
ty, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13m, 1871,
a one-tenth interest in a FARM on Mill Creek,
now in the occupancy of Mrs. Jane Ferguson.
—ALSO—
A one-twelfth Interest in nHOUSE AND LOT
in the town of Fincastle.
TERMS—One-third cash, and the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, equal Install
ments, secured by bonds with good security, nnd
title retained until all of the purchase' money Is
A SSIONEES SALE OF
REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTY OF BOT-
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
the United States tor the Eastern District of A"lr
ginia, entered the 7th of October, 1871, in the
matter of John AVilhelm, bankrupt, the under
signed, assignee of said bankrupt, will sell nt
public auction to the highest bidder, on the pre
mises, on the
ISih DAYOF NOVEMBER, 1871,
the following real estato, surrendered by said
bankrupt, in his schedule, to wit:
A TRACT OF LAND
in said county, on James river, below the mouth
of Craig's cieek, adjoining the lands of James
Owen and others, atid being tho same land upon
which the said bankrupt at present reside", con
taining
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES,
(be tlie same more or less.) There is good im
provements upon this farm. The dwelling-house
and out-houses are in go»d repair, and sufllciently
commodious for a large family. Said land is
sold free from all lions and incumbrances.
TERMS OF SALE—One-third cash, and th
I balance in one and two years, equal instalments
the purchaser giving bond with approved secur
ty, and the title to be retained until all the pur
chase money Is paid.
FLEMING B. MILLER,
oc 17—2aw3w Assignee.
A hhIUNEE'S SALE OF
AALUABLE HEAL ESTATE
IN BOTETOURT COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of a decree of the District Court o
tho United States lor the Eastern District of A'lr
ginia, rendered ihe 17.1 i uay of April, 1871, in the
matter of Fletcher H.Mays, bankrupt, the un
dersigned, assignee of said bankrupt, will sell at
public auction, at the Junction Store, in said
county of Botetourt, to the highest bidder, on
THURSDAY, 20th OF OCTOBER, IS7I,
all of tho REAL ESTATE of said bankrupt ren
dered in his schedules, (excep. the Junction Store
farm, containing 1410 acres, which will not be of
fered for sale ) The real estate now offered for
sale consists of the following tracts or parcels of
land, to wit:
No. I—Containing
EIGHTEEN ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining said Junction Store farm, situated on
the turnpike road leading from Fincastle to Cov
ington. None of this laud has been cleared.
No. B—Containing
THIRTY-EIGHT ACRES,
on Patterson creek, adjoining the lands of said
Junction Store farm and Samuel Riddlesbarger,
situated in the long draft. None of this land has
been cleared.
No. 3—Containing
FIFTEEN AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND,
on the northeast side of James river. Upon this
land there is a good cabin, and it is in a good
neighborhood. And there Is upon it good water
power, a grist and saw-mill haviug been at one
time in successful operation upon it. (The mil
have been burned.)
No. 1— Containing
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY" ACRES,
more or less, ou the not tit side of James river,
and near to the river. This tract contains a large
portion of as good tobacco land as any in A'ir
ginia ; is well watered, and a portiou of it is iv
cultivation. The remainder is heavily timbered,
and is situated below the junction of Craig's
creek with James river, and within half a mile
of therlver.
No, S—Containing
EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES,
situated on the banks of James river, above tin
mouth of Craig's creek. This land is all in Urn
ber. Tho James River and Kanawha canal,
which has been In part constructed above this
point, runs through this tract and the said tract
of 15H oc res and by the tract of 450 acres.
FOUR HUNDRED asd FORTY-SEVEN ACRES
norlhof Craig's creek, above the junction of said
creek with James river, and adjoining the lands
of Pettigrew, tlie heirs of Anderson and tlie
Junction Sto c farm, and is alt heavily Umber
ed ; is a valuable appendage to either of said
farms.
No. 7—Containing
THREE HUNDRED ACRES,
on the west side of James river, below the mouth
of Craig's creek. This is a good farm, with from
78 to 100 acres in cultivation. Has some improve
ments and a small orchard. Is situated on the
banks of James river tor nearly a mile, and has
v >on it one of the best bodies of grey stone be
t reen Covington and Richmond.
o. B—Contains
FOUR THOUSAND ACRES,
more or less, chiefly situated on the waters of
•atterson creek, adjoining Hie Junction Store
farm. This large tract lies between Caldwell's
nd Craig creek mountains, is some eight miles
n length, and watered throughout the whole dis
tance oy Patterson oreek. There is some cleared
laud on this larm, and it is justly regarded us the
best range for stock in the country. This land
will be sold as a whole, or in tracts of five or six
uudred acres, to suit purchasers, and so laid off
as to give purchasers farming land on Ihe . reek
nd access to the mountain land from mom.tain
to mountain. This survey divides in the "Bar
ley survey," or the lands sold in New York by
'rancis A. Sutton iv 1866 or 1867, and if the pur
hasers of that land wish to make their purcha
ses valuable they will do well to attend this sale.
TERMS—One-fourth of the purchase money
cash; the residue in.me, two and three years, the
purchaser giving bond, with interest added, nnd
approved security, for deferred payments. Title
to be retained until all the purchase money is
paid, with power reserved to the court to resell
in case default is made iv any payment or any
part thereof.
This land is sold free from all liens and encum
brances. JAMES M. FIGGAT,
Assignee of F. 11. Mays, bankrupt.
se 2S—2aw3w
riUHS I.S TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the
I Ith dayof October, 1871, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was issued against the estate of George R.
Mapp, of Northampton co., State of Virginia,
who lias been adjudged a bankrupt ou his own
jretitir OH: That the'payment of any debts, and
the delivery of any properly belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or lor his use, and the traii-i- r
of any property by him aro forbidden by law:
That a meeting of the creditors of said bank
rupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or
more assignees of bis aetata will be hekl at a
C'tuit of bankruptcy to be holden at the i'u~
t.'in House at Norfolk, Virginia, before Beu(. B.
. Esq., Register, on the 24tb day of Octo-
ASSIGNEE
By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers.
A. or
THREE HUNDKED AND FORTY-SEVEN
ACRES OF LAND m CHESTERFIELD
COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the U. S. Dis
irict Court lor ibe Diatrict oi Virginia, of Augest
81st, 18119, in the matter of Wm tl. Webb, bank
rnpt. 1 will sell at auction, on
SATURDAY. NOVEMHF.R 4th, 1-71,
a' 13 o'clock If., in from of IheU. S. Cnnrl-Ilou-i
--in the city <>r Richmond, the luteresl ot Win. il.
347 ACRES t IF LAND
in Chesterfield comity. About 7 miles from Man
chester, tieing part oi' the Flonrnoy estate.
A full description of this property will be given
on day sale.
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a
credit of 6 and 12 months, the purchaser to give
note«. with interest added from the day of sale
for ihe deferred payments, the ii: le lo In- retained
by the assignee tint il said notes are paid.
. oc 1G —_tw3w Assignee.
By Oeok A Laughton, Auctioneers.
A S SIGN EE * ■ SALE
-1 1.7 ACRES OF LAND IN NORTH!)MBEIt-
LAND COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of tlie U.S.I b
trict Court for the District of Virginia, Hated
August 17th, 1869, in the matter of (Ho, AY. Itur
| ton, biinkrupi. 1 shall sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOA'E.MBER 4th, 1871,
at 12 o'clock IL, in front of tho V. S.Custem-
Honse, in the city of Richmond, A TRACT OF
LAND in Northumberland conn Iy, containing
EIGHTY-TWO AND ONE-SEA"KNTII ACRES,
wilh frame dwelling thereon. Particulars on day
of sale.
I TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelvemonths, the purchaser
to give notes, with interest added from day of
sale, for tlie deferred payments, the title to be re
tained by the assignee until said notes are paid
.T. AMBLER SMITH,
I OC 16—2aW3w. Assignee.
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEF. 'S SALE
i FOUR TRACTS OF LAND IN WESTMORE
LAND COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the U. S. Dis
trict Court for the District of Virginia, dated Au
gust 17th, 1869, in the matter of B. S. English,
bankrupt, 1 shall sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front ofthe U. S. Custom-
House, in the city of Richmond, the following de
scribed property :
ONE TRACT OF LAND in Westmoreland co.,
containing 62 acres, with some improvement?,
adjoining the lands of S. K. Swiff, Dr. W.
N. J'-it and others.
ONE TRACT of 110 acres, adjoining the above
ONE TRACT of 41 acres, all wood land, adjoin
ing lands of John AY. King's estate, Jordan
Sewell and others.
ONE-SIXTH INTEREST in a tract of 1.1 acres
of land belonging to the estate of James Eng
lish, deed, adjoining the lands of R. J. lio
gan, John Lewis, and others.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
to give notes, with interest added from day of
sale, for the deferred payments, the title to be re
turned by the assignee until raid notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 16—2aw3w. Assignee.
By Cook & Laughton, Auctioneers,
l SSI G NEE' S SALE
HOUSE AND ONE ACRE OF LAND IN I'll-
BANNA, MIDDLESEX CO., AT AUOTIi >N
In compliance with a decree of the U. S. Dis
trict Court for the Districtof Virginia, dated Au
gust 17th, 1869, in the matter of James C. Koti
niiigham, bankrupt, I shall sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the U. S. Customl-
House, in the city of Richmond,
A HOUSE AND LOT
in Urban—a. Middlesex county, together with one
acre of land attached.
Particulars ou day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of (land 12 months, the put chaser to give
notes, with interest added from day of sale, for
the deferred payments, the title to be retained by
tlie assignee until said notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 16—2aw3w Assignee.
By Cook & Laughton, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE
I HOUSE ANDONE ACREOF LANDINNOR
TONVILLE, ALBEMARLE COUNTY,
In compliance with a decree of the IT. S. Dis
trict Conrl for the District of A'irginia, of August
2Ath, 1809, in the matter of AVilhs Dunn, bank
rupt. I will sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4rn,. 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front ofthe 11. S. Court-
House, in the city of Richmond,
A DWELLING-HOUSE,
with one acre of land attached, being in ihe vil
lage of Nortonvllle, Albemarle county.
A full description of this property will be given
on day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the Ijalance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchase
lo give noles, interest added from day of sale
for the deferred payments, the tltleto be retained
by the assignee untill snid notes are paid.
J J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 10—&IW3W. . Assignee.
By Cook & Laughton, Auctioneers.
A SSIUNEEVS AND TRUSTEED SALE OF
VALUABLE CITY PROPERY IN RICHMOM
AT AUCTION.
By authority of the United States District Conr
for the District of A'irginia, in the matter of AY
P. Ford vs. T. O. Bi-iuiot, bankrupt, wa will sol
at public auction, in front of the U. S. Cnstorn
House, in the city of Richmond, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, lttE
nt 12 o'clock M., a VALUABLE LEASEHOI.
with all the Improvements thereon, consisting i
I boose and store, kitchen, stable, &c ,at the cor
ncr of Broad and Gilmer streets, in the cily o
The improvements are in good order and th
lease will expire ou ill" Koto day of June, 1878.
TERMS —One-third cash; the balance on
credit oi 6 anil 12 months, the purchaser to gii
notes, wilh interest added from day of sale, fo
ihe deferred payments, the title to be retained b
the assignee until said notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH, Assignee.
BAILEY DAATS, Trustee.
oc 16—2aw3w
i ———*
By Cook- Laughton, Aiirlii.neci-s.
A SSI G NEE'S SALE
——. °*'
209 ACRES OF LAND IN SUSSEX COUNTY
VIRGINIA,
AT AUCTION.
In compliance wilh a decree of the United
sia-..- District »Vim t tor the District of Virginia,
of Atigusi 17, 1889, In the matter of John W. and
I Robert S. Eppes, bankrupts, 1 will sellat auction,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4m, IS7I,
at 12 M., in front of the United Slates Couii-
II u-e, iv theclly of Richmond, a TRACT OF
LAND, known as "Southwest Swamp," lying in
ihe county of Sussex, and adjoining the lands of
T. A. Fields, Robert W. Smith, and others, and
containing 2u9 acres.
A description of this properly will be given ou
day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve nioiilhs, the purchaser to
give notes, with interest added from day of sale,
for the deferred payments, the title to be n
lained by the assignee until said notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 13—2aw8w « Assignee.
I MILL StLL CHEAP, IF CALLED FOR
1 immediately, some NEAV AND SECOND
HAND CARTS, ONE FTKST CLASS AMBU
LANCE, ONE NEW TWO HORSE FARM
WAGON, TAVO LUMBER. WAGONS, ONE
SPRING DRAY, Ac., Ac.
lam paying the highest cash price for Rags,
William in, and State of A'lrginla, who has been
arlpidged a bankrnpt on his own petition : —That
the payment of any debts, and tbe 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 meeting
of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and choose one or more assignees of his es
■ ill be held nt a court of bankruptcy, to be
holden nt Iho office of the register. In Alexandria,
\ ri , in-fore Lysander Hill, Esq , register, on tlie
4th day of November, WI, at 9 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
«c in—F2w tt. s Marshal.
4277
rpiHSISTOGIVE NOTICE—Thnt on the lOih
L day of Oct'r. 1871, a warrant in uankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of theunl
led States for tlie Eastern D—u-ict of Virginia,
against Ihe estato of AViufleld S. Coons, of Cnl
peper county, and State of A'irginia. who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—
That the payment of any debts, and the delivery
of any property belonging to snfd bankrupt, to
him i>r lor nis use, and the transfer of any pro
hy him, are forbidden by law : —That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose ono or more assig
nees of his estate, will be held nt a conrt o; nank
ruptcy, to be holden nt ihe ottlce of the register,
in Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill. Esq.,
Register, on the 4th day of November, IS7I, at 9
o'clock: A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 13—F2w V. S. Marshal.
was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted stales for Ihe Eastern District of A'lrginla,
against the estate of Rebecca Story, of
Madison county, and State of Virginia, who
bas been adjudged a bankrupt on her own
petition ; thin tho payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to her or for nor use, and the transfer of
any property by her are ■ forbidden by law; rbat
a meeting OT the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more as
signees of her estate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the Registers otilce,
in Alexandria, A'irginia, beforo Lysander Hill,
Esa., Register, on the 4th day orNovember, IS7I,
it 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
oe 13—F2w IT. S. Marshal.
mills IS TO til YE NOTICE—That on tbeOth
A day of Oct , 1871, a warrant iv bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Eastern District of A'irginia,
against the estate of James Rogers, of F'an
quier county, and Stale of Virginia, who has been
adjudged a'bankrupt on his own petition; that
the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any
Eroperty belonging to said bankrupt, to
lm or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law; that
it meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, lo
prove their debts and choose one or more assign
ees of his estate, will be held at a court of bank-
Ky, to he holden at tho office of the Reg
in Alexandria, A'a., before Lysander Hill,
Register, on the 41 h dayof November, IS7I,
•clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 13—F2w V. S. Marshal.
42,0
riIHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—Thnt on the
JL Pthday of Oct'r., IS7I, a warrant In bankrupt
cy was Issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted Stales for tho Eastern District of Virginia
against the estate of Robert It. Kiug, of
Prince William county, and State of Virginia,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition -. that the pavmeut of any uebls, and the
delivery of any property belonging Lo said bank
rupt, to him or for Ins ii.-.., ami tbe transfar of
any property by him are forbidden by law: Hint
a meeiing of vie creditors of the said bankrupt,
love their debts, and choose one or more us
es of his estate, will bo held at a court of
rtiptcy, to be holden at the offlce of the reg
in Alexandria, A'a., before Lysander Hill,
, Register, on the 4th day of November, 1871,
j clock . . j, Avrl> B PARKER,
13—F2w U. S. Marshal.
This is to am iwnnti i_at o»the
flihdiiy of October, 1671, a warrant in hank-
Ilcy wns issued ont of the District Court of the
led stn les ib.' the Eastern District of A'irginia,
instthe estate of Joseph Sanger, of Alexan
. county and State of Virginia, who has
n adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition : —
it the payment of any debts, and ihe delivery
my property belonging 10 said bankrupt, to
i or for his iise, and the transfer of any pro
ty by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
■ling of the creditors of said bankrnpt, to
ye their debts and choose one or more assig
s of his estate, will be held at a court of hank
tcv, to be holden at the office of the register,
Uexandria, A'a., before Lysander Hi!'. —sip,
ister, on the 4th day of November, 1671, at 9
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—Thnt on the
Oth day of October, 1871, a warrant in bank-
P issued ont of the District Court ofthe
;es for the Eastern District of A'irginia,
estate of Tiioinas C. Moraller, of Lou
bankrupt on his own petition :—That
it of any debts and the delivery of any
'longing to salt, bankrupt, to him or
and the transfer of any property by
rbidden by law:—Thai a meeting of
is of said bankrupt., to prove their
lioosc one or more assignees of bis es
r- held at a court of bankruptcy, to be
he office of the register in Alexandria,
Lysander Hill, Esq., register, on the
November, ls7l, at 9 o'clock A. M.
• DAVID B. PARKER,
ijiliis IS TO GIVE NOTICE:—Thnt on
Xthe lllhdny of Ocloher, IS7I, awarraiu In
bankruptcy was issued onl or ihe District Court
ol the Uniled Slates lor ihe Eastern District of
Virginia, ngainstme estate of Oeo. AY. Noland,
of Loudoun county, and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti
tion ; thnt the paymeni of any debts, and the
delivery of any properly belonging to said bank
rupt, lohim-iribrhisuse, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden bylaw; thata
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove
their debts and choose one or more assignees of
his estate, will be held at a conrt of bankruptcy,
to be holden at the Register's ofllco in-Alex
andria, Virginia, before Lysander Hill, Esq., Reg
isler on the 4th davof November, 1871, at 9
o'clock A. M. " DAVID B. PARKER,
TS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE tJNI
JL Tl'.l) STATES for the Eastern District ol
In tho matter of B. C. Burnett, bankrupt—in
To AVnoin it May Concern—The undersigned,
Emmet, Crump, of Richmond city, Virginin,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as as
signeeot the c, ale of —. C. Burnett, of Caroline
county, in said district, v.no was, on thelGlhday
of Sept'r, 1871, ndjudgod a bankrupt on his own
petition by the District Court of said District.
Dated Richmoud, October 12,1871.
oc 13—F.1W EMMET CRUMP, Assignee.
TN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
A TED STATES for the Eastern District of
lv the matter of F. A. Burress, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
At Kichmond, on the 3(lth day of Sept., 1871.
T() AVHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, tliat a petition has
been, to wit: on the 3Utli day of September, lb7l,
Hied in said District Court by F. A. Burress, of
Appomattox county, in said district, whohae
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt, upon
the petition of his creditors, under the act of
Congress entitled "An act to establish a more
uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
Uuited States," approved March 2d, 1867, for a
discharge and certificate thereof, from all his
debts and other claims provable under said act,
and that the 24thday of Oct'r, 1871, at 111 o'clock,
A.M., before AY. AY. Forbes, one of the reg
isters of said court in bankruptcy, at his office in
Richmond, in said district, is the lime and place
assigned for the hearing of the same, when and
where you may attend and show cause, if nay
you have, why tho prayer of tho said petition
should not be gran ted.
Yon are also hereby not—led, that the second
and third meetings ofthe creditors ofthe said
ankrapt will be held at the same time and place.
Register in jlunkruptcy
oc 12—Th2\v for 3d Con'lDist. of A'a.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I M
. TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir-
In the matter of John T. Boutwell, bankrupt
—iv bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 20lh day of September,
O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, thata pelt! ion has
been, lo wit: on the 20th day of Sept., 1871, Hied
n said District Court by J. T. Boutwell, of Cart.
neco, in said district, who has beeu heretofore
ulv declared bankrupt under iheact of Congress
muled -'An act to establish a more uniform sys
im of bankruptcy throughout the I'uitedStates,"
pproved March 2d. 1807, for a discharge and cer
tlllcale thereof, from all his debts and other
claims provable under said act, and that the 24th
day of October, 1671, at 10 o'clock A. M., be
foro AY. W. Forbes, one of the registers of eaid
court in bankruptcy, nt his office in Richmoud,
in said district, is the time nnd place assigned for
the hearing ol' the snme : when aud where you
may attend and show cause, if any you have,
why the prayer ofthe said petition should noi bo
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank
rupt will lie held at the same lime and place.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
A SSIuME E-S SA L E
— _. OF
HALF ACRE LOT IN HENRICO COUNTY.
NEAR THE CITY OF RICHMOND, AT
AUCTION.
By authority of the United States District
Court ror the District of Virginia, in the natter
of P. C. Larus, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auctiou,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1871,
at i 2 o'clock.M., in front of the United States
Curl -House, in the city of Richmond, an k-
AIRE LOT, in Henilco comity, near the cily
'■f Richmond, limited at Ihe corner of N and
Thirty-second streets.
This lot Is situated tn a growing portion of the
city and should claim the attention of tlie pub
TERMS --One-third cash; the balance on a
i i.-in iof six and twelve months, the purchaser to
_i\,' nun's. Inferential!tied from day of sale, for
the deferred payments, the title to be retained
by tho assignee until said notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 13—2aw3w Ass ignis*.
By Cook A Laughton, Anctioneers.
A SSI (I N F. F.'S "s"a~L E
—\. r.P
ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN 85* ACRES Oi'
LAND AND BUILDINGS IN
1 HENRICO COUNTY,
in compliance with n decree of the United
Slates District Court for the District of A'irginia,
of August 17,18(19. in the matter of T. C. Leake,
bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, on
i ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1871,
rat 12 o'clock M., in front of the United Sinni*
Court-Honse, in the city of Richmond, a sinal 1
TRACT OF LAND, containing ti'.i acres, having
| thereonja STORK BUILDING nnd other hounes,
situate in the county of Henrico aliout twelve
miles above Richmond.
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
t<. give notes, interest added from day of sale, for
the deferred payments, the litlo to be rotn' u'<l
by the assignee until said notes are paid.
ocl3—2aw3w Assignee
By Cook & Laughton, Anctioneers.
A SSI fi NEE 'S~S"a - E
TWO TRACTS OF LAND IN MIDDLESEX
COUNTY, VIRGINIA.,
j In compliance wilh a decree of the Uiii:.-,i
States District Court for the District of A'irginia,
I of August 17, 1869, in the matter of W. L. Gate
wood, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
SATURDAY, NOA'EMBER 4th, 187!,
at 12 o'clock M„ in front of the United Stales
('ourt-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
lowing property, situate in the county of Mi.ld!'--
Ttt ACRES' OF LAND, called "AVoodgrcn."
od.jnins the lands of H. B. Evans, Mrs. AVatls,
Mrs. Hnle and 11. Collins.
I --n ACRES OF LAND, adjoining Ihe land-of
AVm. Duval and Thomas Street.
Enll description of the above property will lie
given on day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash : the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, Ihe purchaser
to give notes, with interest added from day of
of Bale, ibr the deferred payments, tho title to be
retained by the assignee until said notes are paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
oc 13—2nw3w Assignee.
I By GruUbs A Williams, Anctioneers.
A HHIEjTI SALE OF
TWO VALUABLE FARMS IN SUSSEX CO.,
A'A., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
Slates District Court for the Eastern Districtof
A'irginia, of December 16,1 s7o, in the matter of
Benj. 1". Harrison, bankrupt, I will sell at auc
tion, clear of all liens and encumbrances, ou
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at S o'clock P. M., in front of the United States
Court-House, in the city of Richmond, that
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
containing 690 acres, near Newville church, Sus
sex co., A'a., with dwelling and out-houses, in lair j
I condition, thereon. Mr. Harrison now resides on
A SMALL TRACT, containing 41 ncres, situa- '
Full description of these tracts will be given on
Terms—One-third cash; the balance on a credit
of 6 and 12 months, with interest at six per cent
per annum added, from day of sale ; the purcha
ser to give notes for the deferred payments. The
title to be retained by the assignee until said
By Grubbs _ AVilfiams, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
HANICRIIPTS' INTERESTS IN A TRACT OF
LAND IN LOUISA COUNTY, VA , CON
TAINING 319 Aj.'RES, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with decrees of the United
States District Court for tlie Eastern District of
A'irginia, of June 21, 1871, and October 7, 1871, in
the matters of J. H. Hester and I. L. Hester,
bankrupts, I will sell at auction, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at 3 olelock P. M., in front of tho United States
Court-llouse, in the city of Richmoud, the fol
lowing interests in a tract of
THREE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN ACRES
of laud situated in Louisa county, A'a. : One
third of one-seventh of 319 acres of land; also,
lid of one-seventh of 319 acres of land,
description of the land will be given on
j—Cash,, WM. H. "ALLDERDICE,
2ow3w_ Assignee.
By Isbell & Son,
clioneers and Real Estate Agents,
enth, between Main and Bank streets.
A SSICiNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
A VALUABLE SUBURBAN FARM ON THE
MEADOW BRIDGE ROAD ABOUT 1W
MILES FROM TIIE CITY OF RICHMOND
By virtue of an orSer of the District Court o
the United Suites lor the Eastern District of Air
ginia, entered October 7th, 1871. iv the mailer of
A. F. and J. D. Mosby, bankrupts, ihe under
signed, Francis T. Isbell, assignee of the »aid
bankrupts, and James L. Apperson, trustee in
ib-ed of trust given by the snid A. F. and J. 1
Mosby, will sell at public auction, upon the pre
mises, on
FRIDAY, THE 27thDAY OF OCTOBER, 1871
at 12 o'clock M., that A'ALU ABLE FARM loca
ted as above stated, surrendered by said bank
rupts In their schedule, containlag
FIFTY FIVE ACRES OF HIGHLY IMPROV
ED LAND,
j a large portion of which is set in strawberries
raspberries, and other small and large fruits.
lb,- improvements consist of an exccllon
DWELLING-HOUSE and all necessary oul
houses, in good condition. This land is sold fre
from all incumbrances.
TERMS—One-fourth in cash ; and the re«idi
iv 6, 12 and 18 months for negotiable notes, wit
Interest added at the rate of six per cent. p.
annum, and the tille retained till the whole pur
11,a i- money is paid and a conveyance ordered b
.he court.
FRANCIS T. ISBELL, Assignee.
.1. L. APPERSON, Trustee.
oc 10—Tn&ThOt .
By Grubbs AWiUiams, Auctioneer-.
A _■_*■_■_ AND TRUSTEE'S SALE O
AALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN
ICING WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
Iv compliance wilh a decree of the U. S. Di
irict Court tor the Eastern District of Virgini
of date the 7th day of October, 1871, wi- shrill i
fer for sale at public auction, in front ef the
s i '.iurt-Hor.se, in the cily of Richmond, on tl
30TII DAYOF OCTOBER, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., that, vhluable farm, contalnh
TWO HUNDRED AND ONE AND A HAL
At 'RES OF LAND,
near Mangohick, wilh dwelling and out-hous
thereon.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance on n credit
6 and 12 months, with interest at the rate of s
per cent, and title retained until the whole of t
purchase money is paid.
AY. T. DOAVNET?, Trustee.
EMMET CRUMP, Assignee.
oc 10—2aw3w
/ iiiiihiv; STOVES !
Having a large stock ou hand, I am selling at
grea y J m, P 1- . ANDERSON,
826 Main aud 283 Broad streets.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
i IF LAND IN KING AND QUEEN COUNTY,
AT/ AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States District Omirt tor tlieliistern District ot
A'irginia, of October 7, 1871, In the matter ol Jos.
Hiownlev. bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, stsms
i ill liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
ni ■ ... lock P. M.. in front of the United States
Oonrt-House, in Ihe city of Richmond,
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY ONE AORE
of land, situated ninrNewt'own, King and Queen
county. with dwelling and out-houses thereon.
—Al.su,—
The bankrupt's LIFE INTEREST In 205 ncres
Of land in same county.
Full descriptions of the above will be given on
day of sale
Terms—©ne-third cash ; balance on a credit ot
0 and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes with
Interest nt six per cent added, for the deferred
payments. The tille to be retained by Ihe assig
nee until said notes are paid.
AVM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc 9—2aw3w Assignee.
No. 4177.
By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF M^^^
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES OF
LAND IN ESSEX CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance witli a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern Districtof
Virginia, of April 4,1871, in the matter of R. T.
Shackelford, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United States
Court-Honse, in tlie cily of Richmond,
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES
of land In Essex county,.with dwelling and oth
> r buildings Ihereon, situated near Paul's X
Roads. Sold clear of all liens and encumbrances.
A fnll description of Ihe property will be given
on ihe day of sale.
Trhms- One-third cash; the balance on a credit
of 6 and 12 months, interest at six per cenl add
ed. Ihe purchaser to give notes for the deferred
payments. The title tv be retained by the assig
nee until the said notes aio paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc o—2aw3w _A —!_!—_
By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
•_>2M-3 ACRES OF LAND NEAR TRF7VIL-
I.AN'S, LOUISA CO., A'A., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the Unitet
States District Court for the Eastern Districtof
Virginia, of October 7,1871, in the matter of Wil
liam J. Walton, baukrupt, I will sell at auction,
clear of all liens and encumbrances, on
".KINDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United States
Court-House, in the cily of Richmond,
22* 1-3 A( 'RES OF LAND
near Trer—tan's, Louisa connty, A'a., with cora-
I tortahla dwelling and out-houses thereon.
A full description will be given on day of sale.
Terms—One-third cash; the balance on a credit
of 6 and 12 months, interest added at six per cent
per annum, the purchaser to give notes for the
I. (erred payments. The title to bo retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
By Grubbs & AVilliams, Auctioneers.
VALUABLE LANDS IN ESSEX COUNTY,
A'A., SITUATED NEAR THK RAPPAHAN
NOCK RIVER,' AND AMONG TIIF: MOST
DESIRABLE LANDS ADJACENT THERE-
Iv compliance with a decree of the United
I Slates District Conn for the Eastern District ot
A'irginia, of October 7, 1871, in the matter ol
:U:uv L. Andrews vs. Albert G. O'Neale, bank
rupt", we wiil sell at auction, clear of all lieu*
' and etic-unibi-aiK'cs, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1671.
at 3 o'clock P. M. in front of the United Stntca
I Court-llouse, In UM .ity of Richmond, the fol-
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND,
I near Lloyd's, Essex county, Va.:
i No. I—.i»7 acres, known as "Lindsay Hall'"'
; No. 2 —260 ncres, known as "Munday's."
i No. 9— loo acres, known as "Ohepultepee."
No. 4—25 acres, known as "Upshur's."
i No. ."—67 acres, known as "Brown's."
j The first four tracts have dwellings and other
out-houses; land improved, orchards, Ac. Tract
5 is unimproved.
Full description of these farms will be given on
the day ol* sale.
Terms— One-third cn.-h; balance on a credit of
6 aud 12 mouths, the pur,, baser to give notes Willi
interest at six per cent per annum added, for the
I deS>rred payments. The title to be retained by
! the assignee iiiuil said notes are paid.
AVM. n. alldf:rdice,
I oc. a—2aw3w Assignees.
By Grubbs & AVilliams, Auctioneers.
i A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
r\
A A"ERY VALUABLE FARM IN CAROLINE
CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree ofthe United States
Conrt for the Eastern District of A'irginia, of Oc
tober 7, 1871, in the matter of John T. Boutwell,
bankrupt, I will sell at auction, clear of ail liens
aiirl ri:' mill trances, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TB, IS7I,
at 3 o'clock P. M., in front of the United Statee
Court-House, In ihe city of Richmond, that val
uable tract of improved land, known as "Jack's
Hill," containing
SEA'EN HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
situated iv Caroline county, Va., within a few
miles of the Rappahannock river. This is one ol"
the most attractive places everofl'ered for sale by
order of the Bankrupt Court.
—ALSO—
The bankrupt's interest (lining a reversionary
oue) iv ills mother's estate.
Terms—One-third cash ; balance on a credit of
6 and 12 months, th.- purt hi-.serto give notes wilh
interest at six per ciul added, tor the deferred
j payments. The title lo be retained by the as
signee until said notes are paid.
AVM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc 9—2aw:tw Assignee.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE FARMING LANDS IN _TNtt
AND QUEEN CO., AT AUCTIOX.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of December 10,1670, in I lie matter of S. S. Gres
liiim, bankrupt, 1 will sell al auction, clear of all
liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY, OCTOKER 30th, 1871,
at 3 o'clock P M., in front of the United State
j Court-House, in the city of Richmond, the fol
""y ALUABLE TRACTSOF LAND, viz :
No.l—"Fleetwood,'' containing 4u3 acres, situn
led neat Newtown, iv King and Queen
county, with buildings thereon.
No. 2 —Contains l'.W acres, wilh buildings there
on.
These farms an- desirable and should attract
tin- attention of buyer*, Full description will be
given on day of sale.
Tfrms—One-third cash ; tin- balance cm a eredu.
of 0 and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes
with interest at six js-r cent added, lor Ihe de
ferred payments. The title to be retained by the
assignee unlil said notes arc paid.
AVM H ALLDEBDICE,
oc 9—2aw:tw Assignee
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES f,.r th.- Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Johu AY. Gilkerson, bankrupt
—lv bankruptcy.
E"sl<iu District ~f Virginia, ss :
Notice is hereby given thai a lost generalmeetiug
of the credi' ore of ihe said Jno W. G ilkerson,bank
rupt, for the purpose, if declaring a dividend, will
be held at Richmond, at the ollice of W. W.
Forbes, register hil bankruptcy, in said district,
on Tuesday, tlie lllth day of October, 1871. at 10
o clock A. M., in accordance with tin- provisions
of the 27th and'JSili sections of the bankrupt.'}

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