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I harlottc ' • 11.
- Ketrcnchment is engaging the attention j
of the council of IVUT-burg.
—\Vcdiis'si!;iy was the largi-st tobacco
day ever known in Lynchburg.
—E. R. Ford died at Fairfax C. 11. on
Sunday last, of paralysis, aged SS.
■ en. Mutione has ltilted a house in
Petersburg, and will take up hit residence
—Tlie Fredericksburg fatly, r complains j
of the irregularity of the mails between I
Hichmond and that place.
—The council of Fredericksburg has re- .
pealed the tax on sample merchants, except .
liquor dealers and pcddlais.
—Dr. Wm. S. Alsop, of Spotsylvania j
county, sold his wheat crop a week ago
to M. Slaughter & Son, for 61.72 per j
— A gentleman in Fredericksburg killed
■ porker last week only seven months old, j
which weighed two hundred nnd eighteen j
pounds net.
—Tho Scottsville Register says, ".I. j
yuinton Bryant," arrested here a few days !
ago passed in that place by the name of |
"John (>'Bryan."
—There is talk of establishing a car fac
toiy in Lynchburg. One citizen has signi
fied his willingness to subscribe 612,000 to- |
ward the enterprise.
—Mrs. Josiah Powell, who was so badly I
injured some time ago in Fredericksburg,
by the explosion of a kerosene lamp, died
other injuries on Thursday last.
Mrs. Eliza J. Green was found dead
Tuosdav morning, in her bed, at the resi
dence of her son, in Petersburg. She was
a venerable and highly respectetl lady.
—W. H. Pleasants, Esq., of the Kich
mond Dispatch, and .1. W. Woltz, Esq., of
the Stat* Journal, paid our oflicea visit
during the past week.— lioanoke Timrs.
—Tho King George Agricultural society
held a meeting on the 11th of November,
and after adopting rules anil regulations
adjourned till the last Saturday in Decem
ber.
—A man refused lo pay fare on the
Alexandria and Washington railroad tiain
Wednesday, because he could not find a
seat in the crowded cars, and was put off in
consequence.
—The Scottsville Register says the mer
chants of that place declare they can make
their purchases on as favorable terms in
Kichmond as in any other wholesale mar
ket in the country.
which seem to be the ruling prices through
out tho Valley. Ueef can he bought at
from four to live cents a pound. (rOod but
ter tiventy-five cents a pound.
—Dr. Kyle, who was a short time since
sent to the Staunton Lunatic Asylum,
■ from Lychburg, died in tliat institution,
two or three days ago, from injuries re
ceived from falling from a window.
— A Virginian hailing from Gordonsville,
was swindled out of WO in greenbacks, in
Washington, on Wednesday, by two well
dressed strangers, who bad met him on the
street cars arid olfered to exchange gold for
greenbacks.
—George 0. Washington, one of the few
surviving relatives.'! General George Wash
ington, died Monday afternoon at his resi
dence in Georgetown, of consumption. He
was a son of llio late Bushrod \\ ashington,
of Fairfax county.
—G. Taylor Garrett, Commonwealth's
Attorney of Matthews county, and Miss
Ellen D. Browne, of the same county, went
to Washington city, a few days ago, and
got married, and it. is supposed papa con
siders himself outwitted.
—Sheriff O'Neale, on Wednesday, at the
instance of R. P. a A. Dodge, attached
all the lumber and iron belonging to the
Baltimore nnd Potomac railroad, at this
end of the Long bridge, and work on thu
construction of that bridge had, conse
quently, to be suspended.
—At a huge party given at the residence
of Dr. Brodnax, Brunswick, last week, a
kerosene lamp exploded and set fire to the
dress of a young lady who was attired in
thin muslin, and the llames spread so
rapidly that she was severely burned be
fore the tire could lie subdued.
—Captain C. A. Calhoun has sold his in
terest, one-fourth, in the Alleghany
Springs, lo the remaining partners, for 6U0,
--000 cash or Us equivalent, 110 had previ
ously sold a twelfth interest to Mr. Moore,
cry White Sulphur Spring property has
been sold to a party of gentlemen from Al
abama, and is to be converted into a female
—The following is a list of the claimants
Riley. United States special commissioner
for Virginia, up to Thursday night ,1 Geo.
J. Hopkins, SIT.); -lames A. Broyce,
6.592.12; John Hopkins, 6182; Cornelius
White, 62,419; Rachael W. Watkins. 61,
--299.80 ; Hawxhurst Bros, $242,07 ; Thos.
Fenwick, t_3o; William Hopkins, 6107 ;
Daniel Collins, $465: George A. Kobey,
♦371.00 ; J. L. Detwilder, 6*4."..
A Private letter from a gentleman of
high character for intelligence and reliabili
ty, who has been for some time a tempo
rary resident of Arizona, contains the fol
lowing statement of the recent Indian diffi
culties in that Territory : During Com
missioner Vincent Colyer's visit to Arizona,
Geueral Crook ceased all operations against
the Apaches, and gave him a full and fair
opportunity to bring in the hostile Indians.
Every effort was made to accomplish this
end, but with little succcsss. A few I_
dians who had already been in several
times came in again, received several
presents of blanket-, &c, and then cleared
out for " pastures new," and one place tak
ing a portion of the government herd of
mules, horses and cattle with them. Co
chise and his warriors did not come iv at all
but continued to pick up stock, mail-riders
and such stray travellers as came in his
way. Mr. Co'lyer then hud a grand talk
with lhe Indians already peaceable, and es
tablished reservations across some of the
principal highways, and prohibited armed
parties of citizen- liom ci them.calling
upon lhe military in tlie name of the Preai- j
dent to enforce Ins edict. It was apparent to j
forced, would virtually suspend all travel
in the Territory, as citizens have to go
armed to defend themselves, and to travel
by the established roads or not travel at
all. This action of Mr. Culver's, there
fore, provokes universal imlgiuution ; and,
taken m connection with the alleged lact
tliat he refused to hear anyliiing from citi
zens, but came and stmt with entirely
ex parte views of lue whole question has
rendered his mission here a failure, it is
not, however, believed that the President i
intended such unprecedented use ol _M
nameiugiviiigthc.se absurd iiistruni"ii> j
tnd while General Crook did ail m his
power to aid in getting the Indians to
come in, he refused to sanction tho turn
ing of the guns of the military upon peace
ably disposed citizens, and informed Mr.
Colverlhat so far as he was aware the
proceeding. He believed that the Presi
dent's Indian policy was correct, nnd could i
be carried out without turning Ariiona
over to the Apaches or making war upon ]
the citizens ot the Territory.
i'■ i operation among the Mormons is, '
aa is generally known, a great success.—
Tom Fitch, in his lecture on the ",>eculiar i
institution" and the strange fanatics who |
practice it, thus sums up the case: "Tlie i
operations of their financial system defy
precedent and offer the most successful ex
ample on record of cooperation. Ordina
rily capital induces labor, and labor in turn
invites capital, but in Utah may be witness
ed the phenomenon of wealth accumulated
independent cither of imported nuclus,
commercial advantage, or natural resources,
for it will be remembered that Utah had
achieved nearly her present industrial status
before a pound of bullion had been taken
from her mines. From a people poverty
riddcn.-sterile of resort, strangers to inven
tion, untutored in art, without navigable
I waters uniting their prairies with the sea,
j devoid of railroads or other means of eon-
I ncction with commercial or manufacturing
centres, destitute of everything except in
dustry, there has been built up a structure
of wealth and credit which to-day forces .
San Francisco and Chicago into eager strife j
i for entrance to its portals, and casts the re-
Hex of its glittering walls into the very fogs |
j of London."— Philadelphia frees. :
BANKRTJPT NOTICES.
rums IS TO GIVE ' NOTICE—That on the
JL 2Sth day of November, 1871, a warrant In .
| bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court
I of the United States for the Eastern District of
Virginia, against the estate ol John J. Ornvatt,
of Caroline coontv and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti
tion: That the payment of any debts, and th*
1 delivery of any property belonging to said bank- I
) rupt, to him or for hia use, and the translar or i
any properly by him, are forbidden by law;
! That a meeting of the creditors of said bank- j
i rnp', to prove their debts and choose oue or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
court of bankruptcy, to be holden at the Regis
ter* office, in Hichmond, Virginia, before W. w.
Forbes, Esq.. Register, on the 28th day of De- I
cember, A D. 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
del-Fiw US. Marshal J -
ritlllS IS TO HIVE NOTICE—Thnt on tha )
X _Btlt ruiy of November, 1871, a warrant in j
bankruptcy was Issued out of the District Court
of the United States for tho Eastern District of
Virginia, against the estate of W. H. Reining- |
ham, of Richmond, Henrico 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 property belong
ing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and
the transfer of any property by him, are forbid
den by law: That a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose
I assignees of his estale, will be held
of bankruptcy, to be holden at tho
fflce, in Richmond, Va., before W. W.
j., Register, on the 28th day of De- (
D. 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B PARKER,
r U. S. Marshal.
TO GIVE' NOTICE—Thnt en the j
iv of November, 1871, a warrant in
was issued out of the District Court
ed States for the Eastern District of
rainst the estate of Isaac Lowenthal,
ksburg, Spotsylvania county, and
irginia, who has been adjudged a !
in his own petition: That the pay
y debts, and the delivery of any pro- \
ging to said bankrum, to him or for j
l the transfer of any property by him, I
len by law: That a meeting of the .
' said bankrupt, to prove their debts j
one or moro assignees of his estate,
Id at a court of bankruptcy, to be
he Register's ollice, in Richmond, Va , j
IV. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 2Sth •
ember, A. 1). 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
, TO GIVE ' NOTICE—That on the i
lay of November, IS7I, a warrant In !
y was issued out of the District Court |
ted States for the Eastern District of i
gainst tlie estateof Joseph B Ctuailes, ;
county, and State of Virginia, who ,
adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti
t the payment of any debts, and the
any property belonging to said bank- ;
m or for his use, and the traniier of j
■ty by him are forbidden by law: That t
of the creditors of the said bankrupt,
leir debts, and choose one or more as
his estate, will be held at tl court of ;
V, to be holden at the Register's office, [
and, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., ■
on the 2ith day or December, A. D.
o'clock A. M.
; DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- :
TATES for the Eastern District of Vir
m-tlnrirf Robt. W. Drewry, bankrupt j
•istrict tf Virginia, ss :
is hereby given that a second meeting of
tors of Robert W. Drewry, bankrupt,
Id at Norfolk, within the office of B II ;
sq., one of the Registers ill bankruptcy ;
istrict, on Thursday, the Sllth day of j
r, 1871, at 12 o'clock M„ for the purpose* |
the 27th section of the bankrupt act of
It Hampton, Va., Nov. 21, 1871.
WM. S. HOWARD,
2t*6 — Rev
JCT COURT OF THE UNITED
I'ES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
urn it maf coiicrn, (/reeling :
er, 1371, four (4) barrels of whiskey and I
.rrel of apple brandy, valued at 4200, aud
• claimed by T. 11. Jeffries, were seized i
arshal of the United States for said dis
irfeiied to the use of the United States,
ame is libeled and prosecuted in this
the name of the United States, for con
in for the causes in the said libel set
d that said cause will stand f.r trial at
-room in the city of Richmond, on the
ofNovcmlier, 1871, next,-hen and where
ns are warned to appear to show cause
demnation should not be decreed, and to !
s lor their interests.
October with, 1871.
DAVID B. PARKER,
RN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia. , , . _ I
In the matter of Thomas Clarke, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Oonnorn—Th* undersigned,
Johns. Fowler, of Alexandria county, Mrgiuia, i
lereby gives notice of his appointment as assig- ,
ignee of the estate of Thomas Clarke, of Prince
William connty, in said district, who was, on I
he Mh day of October, 1871, adjudged a bank- :
rupt on his own petition by the District Court of
•aid district
Dated Alexandria, Va , November 8.1871.
no ll—T.lw JOHN S. FOWLER. j
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'.ditor of the Herald of Health.
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ise and e:isily to l.c comprehended lorin
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no 10—d-wtf Publishers, Albany, V. V
188—Ins.-I
ITRIt T COURT Oi Till: I MTED
TATES for lhe Eastern District of Air-
In bankruptcy,
ie matter of William Miller vs. JohnT. !
n. bankrupt,
muni in bankruptcy has heen l**ued by
.'iirt —gainst the estate of John T. .To
f Henrico county nnd Stat.- ul Virginia,
.-is i.e. n adjudged a bankrupt on the sw
of hia creditor*; ami the payment of any
and the delivery of any property belong- j
said bankrupt, to him or for his
ie transfer of any property by him are
len by law: Thai a meeting of the credit- '
ors .1 BUM bankrupt, lo' prove their debls,
and choose one or more assignees of his c -
!held at a court of Bankruptcy io
the office of ihe Register, in Rich
nia, before AY. AY. Forbes, Esq., j
t1... I ith da-, of December, A. D. ]
clock A.M.
•OWIVE NOTICE—That on the-Mli '
Nov., 1671. a warrant in bankruptcy
out of the District Court of the Uni
oi- lb" Eastern Disirici of Virginia,
estale of P. AY. Hawthorn,of Ltmeii
, and State of A'irginia, who has lseen !
bankrupt on his own petition : thai
t ofany debts, and the delivery ot any
belonging to saiil bankrupt, to '
his use, and the transfer ol any
ir him, nre forbidden by law; that j
f the creditors of said bankrupt, to
.1.-l.ts and choose one or more assign- [
.stale, will be held at a court of I. «... ':
l.c holden at Ihe office of lhe Reg
hmond, A'a., lielore W. AY. Forbes, ■
ter, on the 28th day of December. 1-71.
i A. M. DAVID H. PARKER.
v I*. s. Marshal.
* TO WIV .'•:'' .NOTICE:—That en
- day of , I*7l, a warrant in :
' was issued out of the District Court t
ed stales for the Eastern Dislrict ot
gainst the estate of M. M. Lnffoon, of j
■ county, and State of A'irginia, who j
-judged a bankrupt on his own peti- ,
I the payment of any debts, and the
any property belonging to said bank- j
nor for hi- use, and ihe transfer of any j
.y him, are forbidden bylaw; ■;...-;-.
{he creditors of said bankrupt, lo prof* ,
and choose one or more assignees of
will be held at a court of bankrupt, y, \
Ml at the Register's ollice ill Klcli- ]
;im.i, before W \\ . Forbes, Esq., Reg
lie -Sth day of December. 1871, nt 11)
M. DAVID B. PARKER,
iv U. S. Marshal.
I TO WIVE NOTICE:—Thnt ou the
V of November, 1871, a warrant in hunk
's issued out of the District Court of the
ites for the Eastern llistriet of A'irginia,
s estale of Sylvanus Johnson, of Pe
ity and State of A'irginia, who has
Iged a bankrupt on his own petition : —
saymeut of any debts, and the delivery
>perty belonging io said bankrupt, to
r his use, and the transfer of any pro
hiin, are forbidden by law:—That a
if the creditors of said bankrupt, to
r debts and choose ono or more assig
s estate, will be held at acourt of bank
be holden at the ollice of the r.'gister,
mil, A'a., W. Forbes, Esq.,
.n the 2Mb day o_fc)ecemlier, 1671, at lv
M. DAWdB. PARKER,
iw TT. S. Marst'iil
S TOWIA'E NOTlCE—Thnton the *»th
' Nov.,JS7I, a warrant in bankruptcy
d out of the District Court of the Uni- ]
» for the Eastern District of A'irginia,
th* estate of Eugene W. Spratley. of j
ille county, and state of A'irginia, who I
i adjudged a bankrupt on His own
that the payment of any debts, and the
rf any property belonging lo said bank
lim or for his use, and the tranafer ot
erty by him are forbidden by law; that
; ol the creditors of said bankrupt, io
•ir debts, and choose one or more as
f his estate, will he held at a court of I
icy, to be holden at the Register's office, j
loud, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes.Esq,
on the 28th day of December, 1871, at lo ,
~M. DAVID B. PARKER,
IS TO GIVE NOTICE :—That on the
i day ol Nov., 1671, a warrant iv bank
.as issued OIH ul the District Court of the
.ia i.si,.ii he Eastern District of Virginia,
the estttte of AY. W. Spratley, of
ville co.t and State of A'a., who has been
il 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 the transfer ofany property
by him, arc forbidden by law :—Tliat a meeting
of the creditors of said 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 office of.the register, in Richmond
Va., before W. AY. Forbes, Esq., register, on the
28th day of December, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
de I—F2w U.S. Marshal. j
431K1
riims IS TO GIVE NOTICE—Thnt on the-Bth I
1. day of NOV,, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
was iss*ii..il out of the District Court of the Uni- j
ted States for the Eastern District of A'irginia,
against the estate of John S. Spencer, of Greenes
ville county, and State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:— j
Inn nt of any debls, and the delivery
,-tv belonging to said bankrupt, to
I iise, and lhe transfer of any pro
l, are forbidden by law :—That a
be creditors of said bankrupt, to
•bts anil choose ono or more assig.
tate, will be held at a court ol bank- I
c holden at the Register's ouico,
I, Virginia, before AY. AY. Forbes,
»r, ou the 28th day of December.
10 o'clock A. M.
V- S. Marshal.
•O WIVE 'NOTICE—Thnt on th*
1 November, 1»71, a warrant in bank- |
Issued mil of the District Colli tof
states for the Eastern District of
liust the estate of John Puryear, ,
irq county, and State of Air- !
aas been adjudged a bankrupt on .
tion: That the payment of any debts,
scry of any property belonging to
iv, to him or for his use, aud the
my property by him, are forbidden
it a meeting Of the creditors of said i
i prove their debts, and choose one or !
e.-s of his e-taie, will be held at a '
ikrnptcy, to be holden at the Regis- ;
ii Kichmond, A'irginia, before AY. AY.
~ Register, on the 2Sth day of De- |
)., 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
yiSTKK T COURT OF THE UNI
PATES tor the Eastern District of |
itter of K. .1. A. Smith, bankrupt;
ond, A'a., the Ist day of December, |
IT MAY CONCERN:
:e notice, that a petition has been pre- i
ii Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
trict Court, in Bankruptcy, hy Em- I
, assignee of the estale of said bank- j
I the real estate belonging to said I
ree from all liens and encumbrances
give notice to nil persons [uteres
is of said petition an order has been ;
se Judge aforesaid, for nil persons |
c interested iv said estate, io apptar .
IV. Forbes, Register, at his office in
y of Richmond, on the 18th day of
1871, at 111 o'clock A. Al., and BIIOW j
l thevhtive, why such an order should |
ted." FU MET CRIMP,
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- \
ATES for ihe Eastern District of Air- j
nalter of .1. X. J Mason, bank- '
nkruptcy.
ond, Va., this Ist day of Dec, IS7I.
ne nolle*, that a petition has been pre- !
ie Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of I
■t Court, in Bankruptcy, by Emmet
igneo of the estale of said bankrupt, |
eal estate belonging to said bankrupt, :
11 Hi ns and encumbrances thereon,
give notice to nil persons interested,
terms of said petition an order has
by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
lav be interested in said estate, to ap- I
AY. W. Forbes, Register, at his office, ,
city of Richmond, oil the 15th day of I
1671, at 10 o'clock, A. M, nnd show
iv they base, why such order should l
DISTRUT COURT OF THE IM
i'ATES for '.hv Eistei-n Dislrict ol ,
uter of A. J McDowell, bankrupt—iv
MOd, A'a, the Ist day of Dec, 1571.
.lie nolice, that a petition has been pre- |
_ Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of I
District Court, iv Bankrupt.:)-, by
limp, assignee of tha estale of said
to sell the real s'state belonging lo |
upi, I ree from all liens and cnii.iu
t-r.-on.
. give notice to all persons interested, 1
_h of said petition au order has been :
lhe Judge aforesaid, for all pel-sons |
ie Interested in said estate, io appear !
W. Forbes, Register, at his ollice. In ■
ty of Richmond, on th* IMb day of
1671, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show
iv ihey have, why such an order should i
ired EMMET CRUMP,
BANKRUPT NUT-081
■ > lollcTl»F"ffiB^-N.-
J. TED STATES for the Eastern District oi .
In the matter of Samuel E Swnr.n, bankntTit I
Btistsrn llistriet of Virginia, ss .•
Notire is hereby given that n hist general meet
ing of Ihe creditor* i.f the said Sum'l K. Swarm,
li:inltriipi, for Ihe purpose of declaring a ,
dividend, will lie held nl Richmond, nt the |
ollice of W. W. Fortes, Es<|., one of the regl.ter. I
in bankruptcy, In Bald district, on Monday, [
th.- iiih.hiy of December, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. |
M., in acc-rilanca with the provisions of the \
lection oftlii" bankruptcy act of March 2d, 18i;7.
Dated nt Uk-hiu..nil, iliis 'jlsi nnv of Nov., 1871.
CHASTAIN WHITE,
no 27—M2w Assignee _
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
JL TED STATES tor Ihe Eastern District of Air
In the matter of AY. L. Williams vs. George
Held, bankrupt—in bankrupti y.
To Wliom it May Concern—The nnitorsiirncd,
Emmet Crump, of Kichmond city, Virginia,
her.-l.v gives notice of his iippuiniment as ussig
n .1 the eatate of George Keid, of Ktch
mond city, in said llistriet, who was, on tho
day of , 1871, adjudged a bankrupt by
the llistriet Court of paid District.
Dated Kiehmon.l, November 10th, 1871.
TN THE DISTRICT "COURT OF THE UNI.
L TED STATES fur the Eastern District of Vir- I
In the matter of J. T. .1. Mason, bank- |
I hauli ruptcy.
om it May Concern—The undersigned, j
Crump, of Richmond city, Virginin,
yes notice of his appointment as assig
-1B estate of J. T.J. Mason, of Sussex
i said District, who was, on the day
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
iy the District Court of said District.
Richmond. November 10,1871J
EMMET CRUMP.
■FSw Assignee.
E DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI. I
STATES for the Eastern District of Air.
. matter of R. .1. A. Smith, bank
bankruptcy.
lorn it May Concern—The undersigned,
Emmet Crump, Of Richmond city, Virginia, here
in- gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
the estate of R..1. A. Smith, of Henrico county, in
-aid district, who was, on the day of ,
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own jietition by
the District Court of said District.
Dated Kichmond. November ill, 1871.
EMMET -BUMP,
no 17—Fl» Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for llv Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the mater of Wm. H. Jones, bankrupt—
Pry
it May Concern—The undersigned,
mith, of Richmond city, hereby gives
. apjsointment as assignee of the es-
H. Joi.es, of Dinwiddle county, in
;, who was, on the mh day of Octo
(ljudged a bankrupt on his own i>e
ie district court of said district,
hiuond, November 17,1871.
J. AMRI.ER SMITH,
«v Assignee.
4JM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of E. J. Wilkerson, bankrupt-
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
J. Ambler Smith, of Riclimond city, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as as
signee of the estate of R. .1. Wilkerson, of Meck
lenburg county, in said district, who was,
on the 6th day of November, 1871, adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petit ion by the Dis
lrict Conn of said district.
Dated Richmond, November 17, 1871.
IN Till: DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES lor the Eastern District of A'ir
!ttcrof Jas. It. McCulloek, bankrupt
it May Concern—The undersigned,
Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia.
-. notice of his appoint ment as assignee
c of Jas. n. McCulloek, of Dinwiddle
aid dislrict, who was, on the 6th day
, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on hW
n by the Dislrict Court of said dis
■hniond, November 17, 1871.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
DISTRICT COURT OF THE
iDSTATESfor the Eastern Districtof
alter of Wm. T. Taliaferro, bankrupt
iptcv.
n it'Mny Concern :—The undersigned,
smith, of Richmond city, Virginia,
es notice of his appointment ns
the estate of Wm. T. Taliaferro, of
ouuty, in said dislrict, who was, ou
lay of October, A. D., 1871, adjudged
. on his own petition by the District
chmond, November 17,1671.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
,'ATES for the Eastern District of A'ir
latter of Robert H. King, bankrupt—
n it May Concern—Tlie undersigned,
iwler, of Alexandria co , Va., hereby
c of his api>ohitment as assignee of
of R. 11. King, of Prince William conn- j
llistriet, who was, on the Oth day of Oo
, adjudged a bankrupt on his own ]ie- \
ie Dislrict Court of said district.
lexandiia, November 8, IS7I.
w JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
: district" court of the uni-
TATES for the Eastern District of
matter of James Rogers, bank- I
ankruptcy.
m It May Concern—The undersigned,
owler, of Alexandria county, A'irginia, j
es no lice of Ids appointment as assignee
tale of James Rogers, of Fauquier
i said district, who was, on the Oth
ctober, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on !
Btitiou by the District Court of said ill*- I
.lexßlldria, November 8, 1871.
)\v * JOHN S. FOWI.EK, Assignee.
: DISTRICT "court of THE UNI
EATES for the Eastern District of
matter of Pembroke S. Games, l.ank-
Kinkruptcy.
nn It May Concern—The nnderslgned,
Fowler, of Alexandria county, Vir
reby gives notice of his appuint
assignee of the estiite of Pembroke
a, of Loudoun ennnty, in said dl«-
I was, on the 88th day of Sept'r, 1871, ad- ;
bankrupt on his own petition by the !
!ourt of said dislrict.
llexandria, Nov. s, 1871,
no'.'—TSw JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT "COURT OF THE UNI- j
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vtr-
In the matter of Joseph Sanger, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern.—The undersigned, j
John S. Fowler, of Alexandria connty, Virginia,
hereby give* nolice of his appointment as assignee |
of the estate of Joseph Sanger, Alexandria
connty, In said district, who was, on the Oth day I
of October, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition by the District Oonrt of said
Dated Alexandria, Nov. 8, 1871.
no!*—T3W JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
■ \ i in: district court of the uni-
X TED STATES for the Eastern Districtof A'ir
ln the matter of John Y. Martin, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, A'a., this Ist day of Sept., 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, thai a pelf tion ha* been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of
said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Jacob
Colin, assignee of the estate of said bank
rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free from all liens nnd eiicumbrane*. there-
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition nn order haa
been issued by the Judge aforeaald, for all per- ]
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before W. AY. Forbes, Register, at his ollice,
ii. lhe said city of Richmond, on thu 15th day of
November, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show
i-uiM' if any they have, why such order shuuld
not lie granted. 'JACOB COHN,
no 2—Th2w Assignee.
' "4277 ~
T N THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
L TED STATES for the Eastern District oi
In the matter of Winfleld S. Coons, bankrupt—
m bankruptcy. i
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
1.. htistuco Williams, of Culpeper county, A'a.,
hereby give* notice of his appointment as as
sign.-of the estate of AY. S. Coons, of Culpeper
county, in s.-inl tliat]let, who was, im the luilu-iy
, . i X tuber, 1171, adjudged a bunkrupt on his own ]
petition by the District Court of said District.
Dated culpeper,
no7-T.w A-.t-.H-
By J. It. Aprorson, Auctioneer.
* SSIWNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
By authority of the District Conn of Ihe
United Stales for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, in the mutter of Alexander Hart, bank
rnpt, I will sell at auction, at No. 7.16 northwest
corner of Main and Eighth street, Richmond, A ti,
at 12 o'clock M., on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1671,
the property conveyed by said Hurt by uu-t
deed dated 18th July, 1871, consisting of one En.
gine, two Steam Boilers, two Roasting Cylindeis
and Ovens, Fan, Pump, shafting. Pomes, Belt
ing, Pipes, two Mills, and one huge Sugar Mill,
and all oilier machinery and uppurtenancea be
longing to the COFFEE AND SPICE FAI -
TORY on said premises.
one Iron Safe, Desk, Counters, Dormant Seal--,
24 large painted Tin Tea and Coffee Canisters,
and all other fixtures of every kind and descrip
tion in and about said premises
'he lease of the premises to Ist of August, 1872,
including good will.
TERMS—Cash, except as to MM, which will
b* on a credit as to i*4t>A to lnth December. 1871,
and a like amount to 18th January, 1572. ea. h
sum bearing interest from l:;th July, 1871, as
no 28—tils Assignee and Trustee.
~~~ U2—lnvol.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE VNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern Dislrict ot A v-
In the matter of AVheelwright, Mudge k Co.
va Benjamin Bates individually, and as one of
the firm of Bates ft Waddy Bros., bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the Ist day of December,
TO AVHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take nolice hereby, Unit a petition has.
been, to wit: on the lFt day of December, 1871.
Illed in said District Court by Benj. Bales, of
Richmond city, Virginia, in said district, who has
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt under I lo
ad of Congress entitled "An act to establish a
more uniform system of bankruptcy throughout
the United States," approved March 2d, 1807, for
n. discharge and certificate thereof, from all hia
debts and other claims provable under said act,
and that the 16th day of December, 1871, at 10
o'clock A. M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the
registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his of
fice in Richmond, iv said district, is the time
and place assigned for the hearing of the same ;
when and where you may at tend and show cause,
if any you have, why the prayer of the said pe
tition should not be granted.
Yon are also hereby notified, that the second
nnd third meetings of the creditors of said bank
rupt will be held at the same time and place.
W. AY. FORBES.
Register in Bankruptcy for the
del— F2w 3dC-.ng'lDtat.of A'a.
— —i ' —
4234
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
-1 TED STATES for the Eastern District of Air
ginia.
In the matter of EMta Gimmi, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the lSih day of October,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 18th day of October, 1871,
-led in said District Court by Louis-Gimmi, of
Richmond city, in said district, who hits b.*u
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted States," approved March 2d, 1887, for a dis
charge and certlilcnte thereof from all his debls
and other claims provable under said act. and
that the Ist day of December, ls7l, at 10 o'clock A.
M., before W. A\ T . Forbes, one of the register. . i
I court in bankrnptcy, at his ollice In Rich
id, in said district, is the time and place us
ed for the hearing of the same, when and
re you may attend nnd show cause, if any
have, why the prayer of the said petition
,ild not be granted,
ou are also hereby nolilled, that die second
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at lhe same liinnind place.
AY. W FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy,
no 17—F'2w for the 3d Cong'l Dist. of A'a.
412.1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
A'irginia.
In the matter of B. Hassel, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 13lh day of November,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, t hat a petition has
been, to wit: on the 13th day of November, 1871,
filed in said Dislrict Court by B. Hassel, of
Richmond city, in said district, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt, under lhe act
|:ress entitled "An act lo establish a more
i system of bankruptcy throughout the
States," approved March 2d, IS<>7, for it
ge and ceriincato thereof, from all his
nd other claims provable under said act,
atheist day of Dec, 1871. at Id o'clock,
before AY. AY. Forbes, one of the reg
f said court In bankruptcy, at his office in
md, in said district, is the time and place
il for the hearing of the same, when and
where you may uttend and show cause, if any
you have, why the prayer of the said petition
should not be granted.
Yon are also hereby notified, thai tlie seconi
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at lhe same lime and place
Register in Bankruptcy
no 17—F2w for 3d Con'lDist, of A'a._
■ ™ ' "~ 4120
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIF
1 UNITED STATES for the Eastern District o
A'irginia.
In the matter of G. AY. Booth, banlmtp
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on ihe 4th day of Novepil.i r
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition has
been to-wit: on the 4lh day of Nov., 1871, filet
iv said District Court by (4. W. Booth, of Essex
comity, in said district, who has beei
heretofore dnly declared bankrupt under the m
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a un - ;
form system of bankruptcy throughout IhuUni- :
teil States," approved March 2d, 1807, for a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all his debts
and other claims provable under said act, and ;
that the lstdayof Dec, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. .
before W. AY. Forbes, one of the registers of said i
court in bankruptcy, at his office in Richmond, in
said district, is the time and place assigned for lhe
hearing of the same, when and where you imy
attend and sliow cause,if any yon have, why the
prayer of the said petition should not be granted.
Yon are also hereby nolilled, that the second j
and third meetings ot the creditors of the said i
bankrupt will be held at the same time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy lor
uu jy—x'2w the 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UM
1. TED STATES for lhe Eastern District of Vil
li! the matter of AVilliain J. Price, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on tho ftth day of August,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a jsetiiion has -
been, to wit: on the oth day of Aug., 1871, filed in .
said District Court by Wm. J. Price, of Alleghany
county, iv said district, who has been heretofore :
duly declared bankrupt under the act of Congress
entitled "An act toestablish a more uniform sys
tem of bankruptcy throughout the United States,"
approved March 2d, 1887, lor a discharge and cer
tificate thereof, from all his debts and other
claims provable under said act, and that Ihe 251
--day of August, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., be
fore AY. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said j
court in bankruptcy, at his ollice in Richmond,
in said district, is the time and place assigned for
the hearing of the same; when and where you
may attend and show cause, if any you have,
why lhe prayer of the said petition should not be
You are also hereby notified, that lhe second
md third meetings of the creditors of said bonk.
rupt will !»' held ai the same time and place.
Register in Bankruptcy for the
au o—S2w 3d Cong'l DM. of A'a.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. >
W-tBUBTO-, D. C, Nov. 2d, 1871. J '
(\S THE PETITION OF GEORGE WATT.
1.1 of Richmond, A'irginia, praying for the EX
TENSION OF A PATENT grained lo him on .
he 9th day of February, ISfts, on which atldi
lonal improvements were grunted ou the 2d day (
.1 August, 1858, and reissued on the 4th day of
iiigusi, 1808, FOR AN IMPHOA'EMENT IN
It is ordered that tho testimony in lhe case be | '
lined on the 9tii DAY OF JANUARY NEXT,
hat the time for tiling arguments and the Ex
miner's report be limited to the 19th DA A' OF
ANUARY NEXT, and that said petition be
ieard on the 24th DAY OF JANUARY NEXT.
Any person may oppose this extereiou.
no B—law3w Commissioner.
pOBA c c o :
»3,_00 will buy THE DOMINION TOBACCO
I'oRKS, Toronto, Ontario—(original cost Iw,
--joj-s-ousistiug of COMPLETE MACHINERT
ir the manufacturing of Plug, Cut Tobacco and
igars, with steam and hydraulic power. Room i
> work 200 hands. Fifty per cent, may be made |
A Si. I WNEE'S SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN FRLNKLI
. CO., VA , AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the U. S. Distrt*
Court lor the Eastern District of A'irginia, I wll
sell, a* assignee ot Moses T. dreer, bankrupt, M
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1671,
at Franklin court-honso, A'a., a three-fifth inter
est in the estate of Fletcher J. Thompson, dec d
consist ing of
)NE HUNDKEII and SIXTY ACRES OF LAND
Also, at the same time and place, one-flfty-nft
nterest in
SIX HtrXDRED ACRES OF LAND,
belonging to the estate of Marshall Price, deed
All of Ihe above land* are situated In Franklin
onnty, A'a., ou the waters of RlnekWßter river.
TERMS—One-third cash : the lialance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
giving bonds, with good security, for the deferred
lavments, and title retained until all of the pur
hnse money is paid. THOS. E. COBBS,
no 3-lnw:lw Assignee.
~iTs sTw NKE'S SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN FRANKLIN
COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the United States
District Court for the Eastern Di«rict of A'irginia
I will sell, as assigns* ol William rjlirston, bank
rupt, at Franklin court-house. A'a., on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th. 1871,
A TRACT OF LAND,
containing 2fi acres, lying in Franklin county, Va,
on the waters of Bubble's branch, adjoining the
hinds of Perry Ferguson and others.
ALSO,
; at lhe snmo time and place one-third interest in
MB) acres of land held by the bankrnpt'* mother
I during her life, and lying in Franklin county, Va,
I on the waters of Pig river, and adjoining Ihe
I lanils of Peter Sanders and others.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on n
credit of tl and 12 months, the purchaser giving
. bonds, with good security, for the deferred pay
ments, and title retained until all of th* pur
I chose money is paid. THOS. E. COBBS,
no 3— law-aw Assignee.
| . -.M1.M.1. s SALE OF
VALUABLE SULPHUR SPRINGS
PROPERTY
IN THE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT, VA.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
giuia, made on the Oth day of October 1871, in
the matter of John F. Shields, bankrupt, I shall,
as assignee of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at
I public auction, to the highest bidder, on
j TUESDAY, 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1671,
on ihe premises, the following valnnble real
: estate, lo wit:
A TRACT OF LAND,
, lying in lhe county of Botetourt, A'irginia,
CONTAINING 473 ACRES,
on which is sitnated lhe celebrated watering
pluce, known as
DAGGER'S OR DIBBRELLS SPRING.
This spring is beautifully situated at the foot o
Garden mountain, in lhe county of Botetourt
A'irginia, nine miles from Clifton Forge, on th
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, and directly o
the proposed line ot stud road down the Jain
river, and three miles from James river. Tl
I its are neat, appropriate, and com
tin good repair, and sufficient to a.
Sao persons, consisting of a
LARGE HOTEL,
aud a row of cottages
JNING THIRTY-SIX ROOMS
ral properties of the water are dil
.■nt, and general alternative. Th
been visited for the lasl fifty years 1
licted with dyspepsia, diarrhoea, ni
uses of the bladder and kidneys, an
■as.es, who have experienced great r
lie use of the water, and in many 1
c been entirely cured. This Spri
cc of considerable resort, having h
ihe present summer (1671); and were
ie hands of an enterprising proprie
be one of the most valuable pieces ol
i A'irginia, ond is one of the best In
capitalists can make, Dr. Moonuan.
mtiflc physician, who is entirely la
all of thu minei al springs in Weatern
his work uu A'irginia Springs, says :
Springs are very valuable mineral
d will compare favorably with our
mineral s|irings." In addition to the
ropenies of the water, n large portion
attached to the Springs property, is
ible for agricultural pill-poses, pro
l, wheal, and tobacco well,and iswell
Any person desiring to make a profltn
uent,s.aliliot do better than Invest in
ly.
OF BALE—One-third of the purchase
. be required to be paid in cash, the
,wu cipial instalments of one and two
the day of sal.-, the purchaser or pur
ing bonds, with good security, for ihe
ayinents, payable respectively in one
-urs from the day of sale, and the title
nil the whole oi ihe purchase ntones
AVILLIAM G. BANKS,
v4w Assignee of John r. Shields.
'EE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
IE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT,
c of un order of the District Court tif
iti-s for the Eastern District of A'trgiafci
s lhe 71h day of October, 1871, in the
Henry C. Miller and Calvin M. Miller.
, the iindeisigned, assignee of saul
, will sell at public miction, to the
dder, in front of the court-honae oi
y of Botetourt,
1 ITH DAY OF NEXT DECEMBER,
I court-day,) the following real estate,
id by said bankrupts in tlieir schedules,
INE-FOURTH INTERNST
r said bankrupts li. THREE LOTS in
»f Buchanan; also,
ONE-SIXTH INTEREST
,-er right Of tlie said bankrupts' lruKher
CT OF LAND containing one hundred
re or less, three miles below Buchanan.
; OF SALE—One-third cash, and the
i six and twelve months, equal Instal
• purchaser giving bond, with approve.!
md the liile retained until all the par
ley is paid.
FLEMING B. MILLER,
aw3w Assignee.
By T. C. Bay lop, Auctioneer.
NEE'I* AND TRUSTEE'S SALE Of
ALUABLE REAL ESTATE
OUCFSTER COUNTY, AIRGINIA,
hority of the Dislrict Court of the
ates for the District of A'irginia, In the
' L. S. Stubbs, bankrupt, we will sell at
it Gloucester Conrt-honsc,
MONDAY, DECEMBER Itii, WI,
THE TRACT OF LAND
L. S. Siubbs now resides, situated in
T county, about three miles from York
I four miles from Gloucester Court
tititinlug about
NDBED -ID EIGHTY-NINE ACRES.
The Improvements on said land are In good
order.
Possession given on J ANUARY Ist, 1872. .
TERMS—Cash sufficient to defray expenses of
- ile and fees in bankruptcy ; thu balance on six
md twelve months' lime, equal instalment-, se
cured by bonds with good security, and title re
aiind until the purchase money is paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH, Asslguee
J. N. STUBBS, Trustee,
no 14—law.lw
No. 2:l4—Revenue.
Vf ARSIIAL'S SALE.—By virtu* of a writ ot
YX venditioni *_pona*, issued from the Clerk.
Ollice of lhe United States District Court, and to
ne directed, I shall proceed to sell at public aue
ion.for cash, on tho IM DAY OF DECEW
-lEK, 1671, at the court-house, (Enstville,) Nor-
Dumber——-, county, A'a., at 11 o'clock A. M.,
he following property, to wit:
■0) one COPPER STILL,
(11 one do. do.
il.1) llftei'ti gallons APPLE BRANDY,
.1) one GALLON MEASURE,
(1) one PINT MEASURE.
II) one H PINT MEASURE,
(I) one BARREL,
(li one KEG,
(1) one PITCHER, and
(1) one TIN-CUP
Parties desiring to pmrvhase nee invited to Ik.

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