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MONDAY EVENING. WSC. 4, I*7l. '
I , R\ SON-.
by roilN v. svnm'ti.i.
11,-ap high the farmer's vvintery hoard '
Heap high the Bold.-n corn :
No richer gift has autumn ponied
From out her lavish horn.
Let other lands exulting, glean,
The apple from the yme;
The orange trom its glossy green.
The cluster from the v lac.
AY,- better love the hardy gift,
Our rugged vales bestow,
To cheer us when the storm shall drill
Our harvest fields With snow.
Through vales of grass and flowers,
Our ploughs their furrows made,
AVhile on the bills the sun and showers
Of changeful April played
We dropped the seed ocr hill and plain,
Beneath the sun of May.
Aud frightened from our sprouting grain
The robber crows away.
All through the long bright days of June,
Its loaves grow bright and fair,
And waved in hot midsummer noon
Its soft and yellow hair.
And now with Autumn's moonlit eyes,
Its harvest time lias come,
We pluck away its frosly leaves,
And bear Its treasures homo
Then richer than tho fabled gifts
Appolo showered of old,
Fair hands the broken grains shell sift.
And knead its meal of gold.
Let vapid idlers 101 lln silk,
Around the costly board ;
dive ns the bowl of samp and milk,
By homespun beauty poured.
Then shame on all the proud and vain,
Whose folly laughs to scorn,
The blessing of our hardy grain.
Onr wealth of goldor corn.
Let earth withhold her goodly root;
Let mildew blight the rye.
Oive to the worm the orchard's fruit,
And wheat fields to the tly.
lint let the good old crop adorn
The hills our fathers trod:
Still let ns for His golden corn
Send up our thanks to tlotl.
channel, comes the news of the elevation to j
the peerage of Mr. Walter, proprietor of i
the London Times, Tt will be common j
here, perhaps, to pass over this item with '
a cheap sneer at English aristocracy or I
shallow profession of superficial Hepubli- !
canism, but the fact is important as show
ing the drift of civilization, and the recon
struction of society in England. It is a
concession of tradition, privilege and sup
posed vested rights to tlie new order of |
things. For the sake and credit of jour- j
nalism, we are glad to feel that in Mr. .
Walter it has had a worthy representative, j
A man of broad culture and persistent pur
pose he has made the newspaper in Eng
land an influence coordinate with its power. |
Here, too often, in less self-reliant and ca- |
pable hands it is a giant power with a i
baby's influence. Mr. Walter, to be sure,
was a peer of the realm long before Queen )
Victoria knew it ; but now that she and the j
civil structure she represents have recog- I
nized his position, let the acknowledge- j
ment be gracious.— Phila. Press, Noc. Hi. i
—An example of cooperation for our
grumbling and belligerent laboring classes, j
is found in a statement made by Mr. Nut- ;
all, a well known leader of the cooperative j
movement in England, at a recent meeting j
of the British Social Science Association.
lie snowed tliat iv the manufacturing bo- |
rough of Oldham, with a population of sev- j
euty thousand, there were cooperative soci
eties numbering seven thousand members.
They had a capital of eight hundred thou
sand dollars in tlieir six cooperative stores, |
aud a hundred and fifty thousand dollars ,
invested in other places. They had built
seventy-five workingnlea'a houses in the
last twelve months. They have a corn
mill, large halls, and five libraries, and con
sultation rooms where they meet weekly for
discussion. They have a capital of fifteen
hundred thousand dollars invested iv cotton
mills and loans; and in one of these cotton
mills, which represents a capital of half a
million of dollars, nine-tenths of the share
holders aro workmen. — ttural Nctv Yorker.
—William Elder has put more valuable
truth in this one sentence than (here is in
tho entire library of free trade: "No over
dealing in anything except foreign commod
ities can greatly, or oven considerably, shake
the finances of the nation aud of the peo
ple, simply because no other sort of specu
lation or overtrading, be it ever so wild,
throws out of employment the industry of
the country and the capital associated with
it in production." He might have added
that speculation and overtrading in domes
tic products and property simply shift with
in tho country the ownership of capital.
Importations deport the capital of the
country, and to that extent disable it. The
nation that imports labor by tho yard,
pound and gallon, in competition with its
owm, labor, and exports its money, lights its
candle at both ends.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Daily Statb Jocbbai. Office, {
Richbond, Dec. 4,1671. i
We qnote first-class paper at S to 10 l>er
cent, per annum. Richmond city bonds are held
at 80 cents. Virginia State stocks dull. There la
an active demand for flrst-cluss railroad securl-
I.ii liuioiui Grain Market.
Cubs and Fi.ona ExcHAXSE, t
RicH-oxo, Dec. 4, IS7I. S
Offerings.
Whbat—White, 818 bushels. Red. 8.0 tlo.
I loss—White, 1434 bushels. Ye110w,56 bush
els. Mixed, 8 bush-els.
Oatb—9oß bushel.-.
Rvs—lß4 bushels. «
Meai.—s4 bushels,
tfales.
Wheat—White, 560 bushels at *I.TO for prime I
aud choice; »1.65, *1.67 and *1.«8 for very good ,
• t.«u&»1.61 for good; H.K tor fair; tl.2AQtl.lo
common. Red, 4.i6 bushels at 1d.65 for very
good; 11.N0_tl.IU for full". 11.10, *1.20 nnd 41.40
_>r common.
Coßß—White, 1434 busbebi at GSc for very
good new; O-'c for good new. Yellow, 56 bushels
at tee. Mixed, 8 bushels at 60c.
Oat* —904 bushels at title for prime spring; 58c
for very good spring.
Ryb—loo bushels prime at B.lc. for very good;
fine for very common.
Mbai—White country bolted, 54 bushels at 75c.
_s—_ hibite.il.
Wheat—White, M bushel-..
Uni-340 bushels.
I ' ' . ' -i"--c-
PORE ICE
■vtortherlvi irn£
We have contracted for a full supply of the
CELEBRATED KENNUEC RIVER ICE
and are receiving from the aliuvt, river ICE
twßuly inches iv ilii,:Lii>-s.-, (dear iv. crystal, and
hard as Hint, superior lo any ICE ,-o-iuig into
this murket (not excepting l-i Boston ice). We
are the only dealers in I hi. city receiving this
CELEBRATED ICE, s„ universally known at
the PUKES'I and lil-S'i' in tlie country.
We are prepared at all limes to furnish ICE ol
the above quality by the ('ariro, (Janul-Boat or
Car load; ami WB _rm special uiii-ntion on all
occasions to the pat-king and shipping of the
same.
City customers furnished on the most ie.— ,ma
ble terms.
McIIOWAN _ I.AMPIUN,
No. 1811 (Jury street, Richmond, Va.
__-_______—_. I
'I' ll It l C 0 O.
>i,.,iki will l.iiv THE DOM-meW TOBACCO
WORKS, Toronto, Ontario—(original Best *!'>,-
IMG)—consist mi: of OOMFI.ETE MACHINERY
lur the manufacturing of Ping, CUI Tobocrt) and
tsiili aieam and hy—raidic power, noom
to vs-orU —o hniiiis. Fifty |»-r real, may l,e made
here on any amount in i-,-■ UN-
bankrupt notices.
'I'll:* IK TO (IIVE\OTI(F.-Iliiit on the I
1 jteth ii-iy ol Nos-i mher, IMI, 11 wan-nut in
bankruptcy was Issued out of iln- District Ui
uf llio I'liitoil Slates Mr ihn Eastern Districtof
A irginia, against lhe estate of Jultn J. tlras "I.
ul' Caroline county and E4—lie of Virginia, ssn..
li.i-i„..-n adjii,lc-il 8 tonnlcinipt OH Uisov.-u i
tiun : That, tho payment uf any _e-te, WKi
.1. livers' ol any property hoiengine tv -Bisl hank- |
rapt, lb him or for hi* use, s§ ii'l the transfer of
any properly by him, nro forbidden by law: I
That a meeting of the onslitors ol sni.l b
rnpi, to pruM' their dolus and choose ono or |
moro assignees of l.i-* estate, will be h.-ld al a i
court of bankruptcy, to bo lioldon at llio Regis- :
- ii,-... in Richmond, A'irginia, before W. W
Km b.s, Esq . Register, on the 28th day of De
cember, A D. 1871, at Kio'rlnok A. M.
DAVID 11 PARKER,
do 1 -F'2vv I 1 S. Marshal.3
IHIS I* TO OIVE NOTICF.—TIint on lhp
tttb day of November. 15.71, a warrant in
nkiuptcy was i..sue»l om ol llio District ('cur!
tho United States fur the Eastern Dislrict of
irginln, against tho estate of W. 11. Keining
ain, of Richmond, Henrico county, and Slate
Virginia, who has been adjudgeda l.:inlsriii>i
i his own petition: That the payment of any
ebts, nml tho delivery ul any property helong
gtos.-ud hankrupi, lv liim or for his use, and
v- Irani -Ift ot any proporly by him, are to.bi.l
on bylaw: That'a meeting of the creflltOfs "f
t.l bankrupt, to prove thoir debts and cli
■ or moro assignees of bis estate, will ho li.-1.l ,
t a court of bankruptcy, to bo holden hi Hi. !
eglster'a oflice, in Richmond, A'a.. before \V. W. j
orbes, Esq- Register, on the Mill day of Ho- i
ember, A 1). IS7I. at 111 o'clock A. HI.
DAVID B. PARKER,
-el—t-w _____________
mmS
rms is TO <;iVK NOTICE—That on I
88th day of November, 1871, a wiirniut In
anki uptcy was issued out of the District Court
f the United Slates for the Eastern District of
'irginia, against the estate uf Isaac I.uwontlial, '
f Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania county, and .
state of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
ankritpt on his own petition : That the pay- (
nont of any debts, and the delivery of ahy pro
lerty belong/inn* to said bankrupt, to him or for
lis use, and the transfer ofany proporly by him,
aro forbidden bylaw: That a meeting or the
"editors of said bankrupt, to prove tin ir debta
and choose ono or more assignees of Ills estate,
vill be held nt a court of bankruptcy, to be
lolden at lhe Register's ollice, In Richmond, Va ,
before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on lhe USth
ay of December, A. 1). IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. IM.
DAVID B. PARKER.
<l'e ____ V. S. Marshal^
riIHIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE—TIiat ou llio i
L 2Mh day of November, 1871, a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued out ul the llistriet Court i
of tlie United States for llio Eastern District of
Virginia, against the est ate of Joseph B. f.unites,
of Louisa, county, and Stale of Virginia, who j
has been adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petl- j
tion-—That the payment of any dolus, and the i
delivery of any property belonging to said bank- j
rupt, tv liim or for his use, and tho transfer of
any property by him are furUdden by law : That
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, nnd choose one or more as
signees of his estate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the Register's ofJlce,
in Riclimond, Va., before AY. AY. Forbes, Esq.,
Register, on the USth day of December, A. H.
IS7I, at 111 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
do I—F:!w V. S. Marshal.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of A'ir
ginia.
In the mutter of Rubt. AY. Drewry, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
Easttm District of Virginia, SS: ,
Notice is hereby given that a second meeting of
the creditors of Rub-it W. Drewry, bankrupt,
will bo held at Norfolk, within tho olrico uf 11 B
Foster, Esq., une ol the Registers in bankruptcy ;
vi s.iid district, un Thursday, the 301U day of |
November. 18*1, at 12 o'clock M., for
named iv the 271h section of the bankrupt act of
March .1, 15.71.
Dated at llai,ipt„n, A'a., Nov. Ul, 1871.
war. s. Howard,
no is—l-W _ Assignee I
sH6S
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- '
JL TEDSTATES for the Eastern District of Air- .
in' ihe matter of William J. Prico, bankrupt j
—in b.-inliriii'tcy.
At Richmond, on the 6ih day of August, j |
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : ]
Please to take notice hereby, that a. petilionhns I j
been,to wit: on tlie M-day of Aug., IS7I, tiled In
said District I \iurt by AVm..I. Price, of Alleghany i
county, in said district, who has been heretofore ;
duly declared bankrupt nndortheaci of Congress \
entitled "An act to establish a moro uniform By*. ■
temofbnnkruplcv throi«r__nt the Unit.,lStities,"
approved March*!, Isn7, for ii discharge and eW>
tincate thereof, from all bis debts and oilier
claims provable under said act, and that lhe ii'illi I
day of August, ls7l, at in o'clock A. M., be
fore W. AY. lorbes, one of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his ollice in Richmond, I
in said district, is lhe time and place assigned lor ,
the hearing of the same ; when and When you |
may attend and show cause, if any you have, i
why the prayer of the said pet. (loo should not he i
granted.
Vouare also hereby untitled, tha* the second
and third meetings of lhe creditors of said hank- i
rupt will be hold at tho same time and place. j
Register in Bankruptcy for the | -j
au fl—<S2w 3d Pong'l Di-t.nf Va. ,
TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE j
JL UNITED STATES for the Eastern District or I j
Virginia.
In tlie matter of Gr. AY. Boolh, bankrupt . .
—in bankruptcy.
At Riclimond, on the 4th day of November,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN':
please to take notice hereby, that a petition lias .
boon, to-wit: on the 4th day of Nov., 1871, iil.-d j
in said District Court by f>. AY. Booth, of Iv
county, in said dislrict, who lias been ;
heretofore duly declared hankrupi under ihe not '
of Congress entitled "An act lo establish a mil- |
form system uf bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted States," approve- March ad, IS';7. fur a dis.
cliargeandcertiticatc thereof from all his d, bis ' '.
an I other claims provable under said act, and | ,
lliutthe Ist day of Dec, 1871, at II) o'clock A. M. ' .
before W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said ! j
court in bankruptcy, at his ollice in Rlchmonfl, in j ,
said district, is the time and place nsflgivM for the '
hearing of lhe same, when and whore yun may (
attend and show cause, if any you have, why the ■ .
prayer of the said petition should not be granted. I ,
Yon are also hereby notified, that the second ' r
nnd third meetings of the creditors of the said |
bankrupt will bo held at the same time and place.
Register ill Eanki'liptoy lor
-pvISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED '
I X/STATES for the Eiuteni Disirii-i of A'irginia.
| To till whom it man concern, (irtttintj :
Notice is hereby given, That, on the 30th day ,
of October, 11-71, four (-1) barrels of whiskey nnd !
! one (I) barrel of apple brandy, valued al VIOO, and j
' said to he claimed by T. D. .lolfries, wore seized
| by tlie Marshal of the United Slau-s tor said dis
i trict ns forfeited to tho use of the United States, .
and the same is Übeied and prosecuted in this
Court in the name of the United Slates, lor son- ]
ileninaliou for the causes in lhe said libel set
i forth, and that said cause will stand f.r trial at
I the court-room iv the city of Richmond, on the ;
lsth day of November, IS7I, next, when and where
all persons are warned to appear to show Cttn ■
i hi coiidemnatiiin should not be decreed, and to •
. - ne for the—l inler.-sis.
Liv, i, _ i.AIJKKR,
j TN THE DISTRICT ('l)l'RT OF THE UNI- I '
I X TED STATES for lhe K.'..-teiu I'i-iri,-10l Vir
!■ lhe matter of Thomas Clarke, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy. (
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
j John S. Fowler, of Alexandria comity, Virginia,
hereby gives noiiee of his appointment as assig
•ignee of the estate of Thomas Clarke, of Prince '.
■ William —'nn.tr, in said districi, who was, on
j the i'th day of October, ls7l, adjudged a bank
] rupt on his own petition by (he Distrn-i Court of |
I said district
Dated Alexandria, A'a . Nos ember ?, IS7I.
no 9—T3w JOHNS. FOAVI.ER. Assignee.
I t"N THE biVf-KiTtOIUT OF T'ijE UNI.
■ J TED STATES for the Western Di-trict ot" Vir- '
in the mailer of AY. (1. _ R. A. Lynu, Lank- ;
' rupts —m bankruptcy.
By a decree of the above cottrt, rendereil in the
inaiteruf W. O. „ 11. A". Lynn, bankrupts, tl.e
. undersigned as a special commissioner, is r.- ,
I quired tv lakt an accuunt of the liens u(;aiii--i
I uireeiotsof la-si in tlie proceedings lc-uuoued. ,
together with all oilier enciiinbinines upon tin- ,
same, and to make report to the next court.
Parties inleresled in Uie decioe above rcfi ri.al
to, are hereby untitled thai 1 shall, on FRIDAY, I
the till dn>■ of August next, proceed to take ihe
accnuut as above rciiuired, at my ollice in tho
town of Danville, Virginia, and lliat ike tame ,
will be o.illumed irom da}- lo day until com- i
pieted.
(lisen under my hand tins Huh slay of July, |
i 1871. WiM.AI. MOSFt.EY,
jy 11—TuHw Special Coutmißsjouer.
I N THE DIM im | < Ol Iff Ol I lllf UNI
JL TED STATES for llio District ot A Irginia.
In tin- matter of Joseph A. Peck, bttnkrrrpi
bankriiplcy.
lit.-,', ul of Virginia, si:
TO UIIO.'I IT MAY UONCEBsN ■
l'uisiuuit to an order of Hon. John i. Under
wood, a general meeting of creditor, of said
rupt will be held al tin- .-Hi,-e ol 11 I' Oilrbbni,
oue.il tlm RcgiM.-is in i;-.iili,li,i-i'.y, Ul Aliing-'
don, A'-i , ou the Ifllb das- ol Sei'ti mher, I
lo o'clock A. M., for the pi rj o es unmed In ihi
I
Pi—P __—>—>, —CO.,
Xi -MPTOr. NORMAL AND ..CHIC I I,-
JtJL Tlllll, INVIITI IE.
lti- nt-.-;,,.- .-.I to i-- -i," l r.-m this instil in i.■
Ulnstrated monthly f.)iir-]>_ice nrvrspafer (24_N
null,-- lull -i., )to be Called
THE SOUTHERN WOUKMAN
Devoted to the industrial cUiwof the south. ;
S. C Armstrom', editorial manager; J. V. B.
Marshall, hnsinc-. lnmuiger. Term-.: One dol
lar a year, in advance.
The' first n amber i- pxpectej_l to appear not j
ban next tM.ri.stv.ias. dated January Ist, !
It7l lumewlli-t numbers on or before tlie h
every month.
** The Smith.in Workman ' Will be printed on
lair white book papas. OU. J. X Osgood, ol
Hostou hai generously ottered a picture from
Rktry Sahtrdtty for each number. It _s hoped to
Beoure further contributions in order to present,
in e;ieh number, a variety of illustrations, cm
braciug pletm-es of Lbs besl inventions In ug.-ien.
turnl and household machinery, ol good stock of
every kind, of famous placet- ami stein's, and of
domestic life; also poMlßldi of distinguished
men.
Here writing will not co far with v largo por
tion of onrconstitiienla) adeqti.ii"ideasof what
they have ntiror sunn or beam o. aa__ best be con
veyed by pictures ; Written BUff-tal- is almost, an
unknown tonguo to the Southern workman ;
reading is so irksome as to t*» of little plea-nrv
lo him. (rood and cheap information ha? not
Men uW-WiWd to the laboring classes in a man
ner mkipii'd bo win thME attS-Uton and suited to
their needs.
We shall aim, ultimately, to reach those who
take no newspaper— to create a class of reader*
whose information now scarcely reaches beyond
K visible horizon, and yet whose responsibili
nd actions extend to and att'ect every part
r conntrv.
sismission work—not a speeuku boa -ant!
as such we take it up. believing that it will, iv a
a year, become self-supporting, and regarding
lal part as germane to the plan ul
■> enter the collage or citbin as a
It, with amusement and hiMruetiiMi
1 old; to s.uis iv, in an aflsctU-U way.
desire to know what is going an in
id to connect more closely, if possfr
ds of sympathy that stretch from
t all over this hind, hy teaching our
(■son nt true brotherhood, ami m;ik
d clear lhe relation* and duties of
oro proposed to publish in uttrac
iving the news oi the day, corrce- J
m ditferent paarts ol tho country and ;
c praetii il msntturM for the benellt i
, to stimulate ivsped lor labor and
I enihnsh.-an lor education, If maft?
c of tho teacher, to give attention to
cid the arts, by writing and illustra- I
tevote several columns to moral and i
ling. Without being rienominalioi.
--0 cooperate with all true (Christian
ithern workmen the teach.*r La the '
iletor tlietiilliisiou of literary taste* ; i
eriim wtdire. He occupies the e\- ;
►sitioii of having no educated class
If it be possible to awaken his- in- i
oral subjects, his tastes will be re- j
i'minds of his pupils, and the great i
gained, that a newspaper will find j
jo iippreciative UstettflM. The nece-
teacher in encouragement and infor- I
therefore receive a leading share of |
a in this journal.
iltural column will be diri.'cted •tpft'
ng such information as may benefit .
I proprietors. Tlie peculiar misfor* |
Southern workman is, that lie has
il in which to learn systems of mixed j
pled to the changed'circumstances j
i.
Nt outllt for a job and newspaper i
im purchased and set up in our prin
tg. Au experienced aud onergoi ie I
r. W.J. BntterfleW, late of ZfWer- j
'ainhi'Ulgo, ALass., is iv charge, aud a
itness has commeuccd. Four student* i
t he 1i ade, and many more desire the j
.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
and dollars are needed to cany thi 1 "
hrough. Hy living a Wi.sh.ngton
md a limited stock we need but $-,001
he outset; $1,1 on haveoeen conltilui- i
are needed immediately to pay Pat '
t onr cause to theft-fends of (he labor
it the South, u o k.vig their thoughtful '
this statement, urgingagain the need ;
,t for these dark masses, of a swifter, I
pread agency than the school teacher
end helper ol* the free school—and re- '
Wn that from the printing-office to its !
t reach our pap r will practically :.-:
ielp, equal rights, and a fair opportu* j
ions may he sent to the editor or I *t-i
--;er.
S.V. B. WARSHAIiL,
H.C AH\!S'n.oa\iT.
Committee in behalf of Trusiee-.
I",/., November It, IS7I
LITION WITUOIT PAIN.
1> BY id. L. IHH.IiiiOOK, M. ]>~
itor of the Herald of Health,
oc: Wo or* & Hoi.tmnoi;; Hosto.v:
A. Wm.iA.tH -t ('it.
Le book is most timely, for ilsupplie.-,
» and easily to be comprehended form I
i format ion which every woman should !
,vill save untold sull'eriug, not only at i
but be.ore. It has been most highly
d by the press and by niodica! men.
Lewis, sjieakiug of it, says : "1 haw \
li care. It is unpretending, solid, free j
, fatherly, brotherly, and clothed with i
Cf-CHnpie, dignified,and strong, that 1
Will secure a warm pl.tce among all i
tnd earnest people.' 1
r ard Ueecher's paper says: "It is au |
and plausible nrgument, and the
omniended cannot fail to be beu.-
--t York Af'iil says : "It in a work whose i
surpasses our power to comsunid/'
v YorV filohi says. "It is one Of lhe
ilMe additions io our stock of domestic !
re that has appeared for many years."
women how they should live so as to i
pains and sufferings of ehild-bearim.-.
who takes it up will put it down till
Ldit through. We may add thai the
Is so chaste, nnd pure that it will de- I
most fastidious, and we are jrlad to
meeting a large sale, and that ahons
:l_ standing as that of A. Williams a
-don, have taken the agency for the :
and States. Th* price, *1, is so low
one mny have lti RO 80-*4f
VV BOOK
'KRY ONK SHOUI-D POSSKSS.
KIl! ST 11 El_ P
IN ACtTDT-NTS AND IN" StOKNKSS.
J Guide In tha absence Of Medical Assist*.t'.ce.
publish ed Willi the approvdl of the
hc-tiMcdical A-UThority,
The following ftre pom fi "'* Its -Oihjfets :
ites, Weeding,
Hrolirn Uoneis,
Unlike.-:, Burns,
('hoUii:;:, Cholera,
slocalions, Drowning,
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1138— In vol,
iHTiurr comit of thi: untrtD
STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
_*__ b-uUrraptcy.
tho matter i : William--■tnier vs. John T.
■on. b -irkrupt.
warrant i.i bankruptcy has lieen issued b)
court against tin* estate of John T. John
of Henrico connty nnQ State of Virginia,
has been adjudged n brinktupt on the jh
n of bis creditors, and the payment ofany
debts, mi(l tho delivery of any property belong
ing to said bankrupt, lo him or for his use,
and the transfer of Any property by hm. ar
In-bidden by law: '1 ii;.i a meeting ot tlie credit
ors of s:iif! Itankrupt, to prove their debt!"
and choose one or more assignees of hia i
tan' will be held at a court of bankruptcy U
beholden at lhe olilce of ll o Register, in Kich
mond, Virginia, before VV. V. Forbes, Esq
Register, on the nth day of December, A. D.
In7l. at lo o'clock A. T\f.
DAVID H. PARKER,
de I—FStw I T . S. Marshal.
riMIISISTOf.IVE NOTICE— That on the tf*ih ,
1 day of Nov., 1871. a Varrant in bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Eastern District of Virginia,
against the estate of P. VV. Hawthorn,of I.nnen
burg county, and State of Virginia, who has been j
adjudged a bankrupt on hit own petition; that
the payment of any debts, and the delivery of itny \
firoperty belonging to said bankrupt, to
•im or Pir hi-* use, and the transfer ot any
property by him, are forbidden by law; that |
a meeting or the creditors of said bankrupt, lo i
prove their debts and choose one or more assign- ■
cos of Ms estate, will be held at a court of bank
ruptcy, to be holden at the oflice of tho Retr
bpter, in Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, !
Esq., Register, on the 2Sth day of December, 1871, !
at 10 o'clock A. M. PAVID 11. PARKER,
de I—F2w U. S. Marshal. I
riMUS IS TO GIV-E NOTICE:—That on I
X the day of , 1871, a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court
ol the■ f'nited States for the Eastern District ol
Virginia, against the estate of IC M. I-alToon, of
Lunenburg ounty. and State of Virginia, who
has be"n adjudged a Isuikrupt ou his own peti
tion ; that the payment of any debts, and the
delivery ol any property belonging to said bank
rupt, tohimorforhisuse, and the transfer of any j
property by him, are forbidden bylaw; that n
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove j
their debts and choose one or more assignees of |
!uv estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy. '
to be holden at the Register's office in Rich- i
asond, Virginia, before AY W. Forbes, Esq., Reg- ',
Ister, OH the _*Mh day* of December, IS7I. at 10
k A. IVT. "DAVID B. PARKER,
da I—F_w V. S. Marshal.
riMHS IS TO tiIVE NOTICE :—That on the I
JL 28th day of November, IS7I, a warrant in bank- |
ruptcy was issued ont of the District Court of the
1 'lilted States for the Eastern Districtof Virginia, ;
against the estate of Sylvanus Johnson, of Pc- j
t"i-i>iirg city ami State of Virginia, who has
beeh adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition; —
That the payment of auy debts, and the delivery
of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to 1
him or for his nse, and the transfer of any pro- j
perty by liim, are forbidden by law:—That n
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove tlieir debts and choose one or more assig
nees Of hi* estate, will bo held at a court of bank- 1
ruptcy, to be holden at the officf- of the register,
in Richmond, Va., before W W. Forbes, Esq.,
register, on the 2_th day of December, 1871, at in
o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER,
del—F-.W TJ. s. Marshal.
riMMS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the o*th I
J. day of Nov., IfflXi :L warrant in bankruptcy
lied out of the District Court of the Uni
ted Slates for the Ea_Lcrn Histi-fct of Virginia, j
against the estate of Eugene W, Spratley, of |
tireenesville county, and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on ills own
petition ; that the payment ofany debts, and the
ivery ofany property belonging to said bank
it, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
y property hy him are forbidden by law; that
neetiug of the creditors of said itankrupt, to |
novo their debts, and choose one or more as- I
pices of his estate, will be held at a court of I
nkruptt-Y. to be holden at the Registers oflttt,
v Richmond, Virginia, before \V. \V. Forbes,Esq, t
egister, on the 38th day of December, 1971, at lit j
clock A. M. DAVID H. PARKER,
il,. i—F2w U. S. Marshal.
r MHS IS TO GIVE NOTICE I—That on the
ggth day of Nuv., IS7I, a warrant in bank- ■
ptcy was issued out of the District Court of the j
nled Suites lor the Eastern District of Virginia, '
a ainst the estate of W. W. Spratley, of i
< reenesville co., and State of Va., who has been ,
judged a bankrupt on his own i>etition :—Thai ;
ie payment of any debts, and the delivery of
iy property belonging to said bankrupt, to him '
r lor Ids use, and the transfer of any property i
him, are forbidden by law :—That ft meeting ]
_ the creditors of said bankrnpt, to prove their !
•bis and choose one or more assignees of bis as
ite, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be
loldeu at the office of register, in Richmond !
a., before W. W. Forbes, ESQ.. register, on the
th day of December, 1871, at in o'clock A. IU.
DAVID 11. PARKER,
f [MIIS IS TOGIVE NOTKE—Thnt on the --Hi
JL day of Nov., 1871, a warrant iv bankruptcy'
was Issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted states for the Eastern District of Virginia,
■gainst the estate of John S. Spencer, of Greenes*
wile connty. and Slate of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—
Ethat tl.e payment of any debts, aud the delivery
of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
liim or for his use, and the transfer of any pro
perty by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
nueiing of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose one or more assig
itn - _4 Ui-. e-tuie, will be held at a court oi bank
ruptcy, to be. holden at the Register's ollice,
I Richmond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes,
Isq , Register, on the 2Sth day of December,
\. I>. 1871, at.lo o'clock A. M. -l
DAVID a PARKER,
do l—F2w V, S. Marshal.
4301
pIIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on Iht
JL _?S! h day of November, 1871, a warrant in bank
up t.cy was issued out of the District Court ol .
he United States for the Eastern District of
irginia, against the estate of John I'uryear,
f fjimeubnrg county, an<t State of Vir- '
inia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on j
Is own petition: That the payment ofany debts,
nd the delivery of any property belonging to j
aid harkrupt, to him or for his use. and the '
rangier ofany property by him, are forbidden ,
iy law : That a meeting of the creditors of saitl j
lankntpt, to prove their debts, aud choose one or
nore assignees of his estate, will be held at v j
'ourtof Datikruptcy, to beholden at the Regis
er's office, In Richmond, Virginia, before VV. W. ■
Koibes, Esq., Register, ou the 2Sth day of De- '
i-eitiin-i. A. D., 1871, at in o'clock A. M.
DAVID R. PARKER,
f\ TIIEIMSTRItT tbtRT OF THE I NI
-1 TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vlr
lu the matter of James Miekle, lunk
vi Kk-hmmitl, Va., this 2oih day of Nov., 1871. ■
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Jion. John ('. Underwood, judge of
said District Court, in Hankruptcy, by W. M. Da
vidson, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, I
to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all liens and encumbrances lhereun.
This is lo give notice to nil persons iutere.-t. i 1
that in the terms of said peiition au order has
been is-ued by Ihe Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
peal* before YV. \V. Forbes, Register, at his office,
in the said city of Richmond, on the .Ith day of
December, I*7l, at It) o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such order should
not be granted. " VV. M. DAVIDSON,
tie 2—S2\v Assignt-e.
t.n the uistuh:t~<;oi:rt of the uni- j
1 TED STATES for thu Eastern District ol j
Virginia.
In the matter of CE Watson Scott,bankrupt—in I
Ihmond, Va, thisiiuth day of Oct., IS7I.
OM IT MAY CONCERNt
take notice, thai a petition lias been pre
i the Hon. John 0. Underwood, judge of
I District Court, in Hankruptcy, by
avidson, assignee of tho estate oi said
i ( lo Bell the real estate belonging to
krtipt, free from all liens aud ejicum- |
thereon.
to give notice to all persons Interested, \
cniis of aaid jietition an order has been j
f the Judge aforesaid, for all persons
y be interested in said estate, to appeal
.. W. Forbes. Register, at his oluce, in I
city of Richnumd, on the .' ( th day of '
*r, 1871, at IU o'clock A. M., and show
any they have, why such au order should
rauVil. ' W. M- DAVIDSON,
■;2w Assigm"*.
i: DIM'RHT ('OtIIT OF THE tNI*
STATES for the Eastern Districtof Vir
• matter of I). E. J. Baskerville, bank
bankruptcy.
Ihmond, Vi.., this Ist day of Dec, ls7l.
DM IT MAY CONCERN :
■ take notice, that a petitionhrwbeen pre
i t he Run. John C. Umlerwood, judge of |
LriCt Court, h) HankrujHcy.by J. Ambler ;
a siguee of lhe e-.ale ut said bank-;
sell the renle-Maieb.ungiiigUi said bank
« from all liens and encumbrances there
i to give notice to all persons Interested,
he lemu* ol said petition an order h*j
tied by the Judge uforesaid, iia* ail ptr
i) may be interested in .saitl estate, to :<p
bre \V. \Y. l-'oit-es, Register, at hit* ottice. !
ud city of Richnioud, on the $__ iluy of ;
er, I*7l, at lo o'clock A. M., and show)
f any they have, why such order shuold
IANEBUFT NOTICES.
KMHII 1 COURT OF THE ~M
TATES for the Eastern District of I
latter uf James B. Btcf'ullock, bank- .
inkruptcy.
nond, A'a., the Ist day uf December, !
VI IT MAY CONCERN:
ike notice, that a petition has been pre
le- Hon. John O. Underwood, judge ol
.strict Court, In Bankruptcy, by J. Am
i, assignee of the estate of said bank
li] the real estate belonging to said |
free from all Hens and encumbrances j
) give nolice to all persons interested, j
ms of said isetition nn order has been
Hie Judge aforesaid, for all persons
bo Interested In said estate, to appear I
AY. Forbes, Register, at Ills office iv
'ity of Richmond, ou the 22d day of I
,1171, nt Id o'clock A. M., and show j
ny they have, why such an ordershould
nted. J. AMBLER SMITH,
2w Assignee.
t DISTRICT COURT OV Till I M
TATI'.S for the Eastern District of Vir- |
matter uf Isaac. Coier, bankrupt — I
ptcy.
_a il May Concern—The undersigned,
-titor. of Naiisemond co , Va., hereby
Be of his appointment as assignee of
;e of Isaac Ooler, of Surry county, j
trict, who was, on the 2fith day of Sep
.7l, adjudged a bankrupt on his credit
ion by the District Court, of said dlB- |
Jovembnr 2Sth, IR7I.
JOHN R. KILBY,
lw» Assignee.
i DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
STATES for the Eastern District of
natter of Samuel E Swarm, bankrupt
run icy.
listrlct of Virginia, ss:
s hereby given that a last general meet
i creditors of the said Sam'l E, Swarm,
, for the purpose of declaring a
will bo held at Richmond, at the
,V. W. Forbes, Esq., one of the registers
■nptcy, in said district, on Monday,
day of December, 1871, at 10 o'clock A.
'ordance with the provisions of the
' the bankruptcy act of March 2d, 1807.
it Richmond, this 21st day of Nov., 1671.
CHASTAIN AVHITE.
M2vv Assignee.
E DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
■sTATES lor the Eastern District of A'ir
matter of A\'. L. AA'illiams vs. George
lkrtipt—in bankruptcy,
om it May Concern—The undersigned,
Crump, of Richmond ctty, Virginia,
i\ ,-s notice of his appointment ns assig
the estate of Cleorgc Reid, of Rich
ly, iv said District, who was, on the 1
of , 1871, adjudged a bankrupt by
let Court of said District.
Richmond, November Kith, 1871.
EMMET CRUMP,
E DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
STATES for theEaslem District of Vir- I
> matter of J. T. J. Mason, bank- |
bankruptcy,
aom It May Concern—The undersigned, i
Crump, of Richmond city, A'irguiia, ,
Ives notice of his appointment as assig- 1
he estate of J. T. J. Mason, of Sussex
n said District, who was, on the day
1871. adjudged n bankrupt on his own
by the District Court of said District.
Richmond, November 10, 1871-1
EMMET CRUMP,
___S Assignee. I
IK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
...e matter of R. J. A. Smith, bank- I
rupt— in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
Emmet Crump, of Richmond city .A'irginia, here
by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of |
the estate of R.J. A.Smith, of Henrico county, in
said district, who svas, on the day of , |
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by
the District Court of said District.
Dated Riclimond, November 10, 1871.
EMMET CRUMP,
no 17—F3w Assignee.
tn the District court of the uni- i
JL TED STATES for the Easiern District of I
In the matter of Wm. B. Jones, bankrupt— '
in bankruptcy.
To AVhom it May Concern—The undersigned,
J. Ambler Smith, of Richmond city, hereby gives
notice of his api>ointment as assignee of the es
tate of Wm. B. Jones, of Dinwiddle county, in
said district, wiio was, on the nth day of Octo
ber, ls7l, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe
tttion by the district court of said district.
Dated Richmond, November 17,1571.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
no 1 7—K:uv Assignee. _
; TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
j JL UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of
In tho matter of E. J AVilkerson, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned,
I J. Ambler Smith, of Richmond city, A'irginia,
j hereby gives notice of his appouttment an as
signee of the estate of H. J. Wilkerson, of Meck
j lenburg county, in said district, who was,
I on the nth day of November, 1871, adjudged |
a bankrupt on his own petition by tlie Dis- ;
Dated Riclimond, November 17, 1871.
i TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- [
! 1 TED STATES for tiio Eastern District of Vir- ,
" In theinatlerof Jas. B. McCulloek,bankrnpt— I ,
; in bankruptcy. ■ j
To AVhom it May Concern—The undersigned, ; ,
J. Ambler Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia. -
hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee | j
of the estate of Jas. B. McCulloek, of IHnwiddie t
county, In said district, who wn«, on the 6th day
of October, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on hia ,
own petition by the District Court of said dis- I j
Dated Richmond, November 17,1*71.
J. AMBLER SMITH,
no 17—FSw -Assignee ! ■
TN THE DISTRICT* COURT OF THE j
j JL UNITED STATES for the Eastern Districtof I ■
In the matter of AVm. T. Taliaferro, bankrupt j (
To Whom It May Concern:—The undersigned, I .
| J. Ambler Smith, of Richmond city, Virginia, t I
hereby gives notice of his appointment as
I assignee of the estate of AVm. T. Taliaferro, of ,
Caroline county, ill said district, who was, ou .
: the nth day of October, A. D., 167), adjudged ! j
a bankrupt on ids own petition by the District ! .
court of said district.
Haled l_-_n.o-rt, November 17,1871. ~
j T N THE DISTRTCT* ? COrJRT OF THE UNI- j !
' X TED STATES for the Eastern District of I j
In the matter of James Rogers, bank- j
To Whom it May Concern—Tlie undersigned, | '
hereby gives nut ice ofTils apisolntfnent as assignee |
uf lhe estale of James Rogers, of Fauquier t
day of October, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on
! Ins own petition by the District Conrt of sflld rtis- f
IfflTi*'.i A -TfJTCTi-TTirTr B. lnTt. 1
i T«VTHK Ullfl'HttT'-UPItT OF THE Vm- I
I J.TED STATES, for tlie Eastern District of yir-
X iT'the matter of Pembroke S. fHh.ee, bunk
. llr ,. i»i nankTuptev I
To Whom it May Conceru—The utidersigned,
I,».in H. Fowler, of Alewmidria county, Vir- I
ginia, hereby gives notice of his appoiut
; ment as assignee of the estate- vt P.as -r—k- |
S. Games, of Loudoun ounty, in said dis
irn-i, who was,on the 2Slh day of Sept'i, 1-71, ad
judged a bankrupt on his own pelition by lhe
iiated Alexandria, Nov. S, 1871.
T N THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- i
' JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir-
In tho matter of Joseph Sanger, bank- |
, rapt—-in bankruptcy.
To AVhom It May Concern—The undersigned,
Jot.v S. Fowler, ot Alexandria comity, A'irginia, j
hereby gives not ice of his appointment as asstgnee j
of the estate of Joseph Sanger, Alexandria
county, in said district, who was, on the 9th day
i of October, A. D., 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on !
I his own petition by the Dislrict Court o! said |
Dated Alexandria, Nov. R, 1871.
no9_Taw JOHN S. FOWLER, Assignee.
■ ! TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District o» \
In ihemaiteruf AVinfleld S Coons, b-iiknrpt— 1
To Whom It May Concern—The undersigned, |
i L. Eustaco Williams, uf Culpeper county, Va.,
h. roby gives noiiee of his appointment us as
■ of the estate uf W. S. Coons, of Uulpeper
, ,- ity, in said distiiet, who was, on thoiutnday I
I ; ol I iciobei-, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on -is own
i,n by Uie District Conrt of said Diurict.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
By Grubbß - Williams, Auctioneers.
| i SHIONEE'S SALE OF
I VALUABLE LANDS
IN CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of a decree of tho United States
Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, I I
will sell, as assignee of Apollns Boutwell, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 1/Stb, 1872,
(at 2 o'clock P. M.)
in front of the United States eoort-house, In the !
city of Richmond, the following real estate, sur- I
1 rendered by said bankrupt:
i CONTAINING 280 ACRES, called "Clifton,"
with improvements, well wooded and wa
! CONTAINING 120 ACRES, called "Carter's :
No. 1," with good improvements.
CONTAINING «0 ACRES, called "Carter's
No. »," with improvements
! CONTAINING 14.1* ACRES, called "Cash's, ' :
with improvements.
I ONE-FOURTH OF AN UNDIVIDED INTER
EST in a tract of land in same county, now
held as dower by Mrs. Catherine Boutwell,
called "Shndy Grove.''
, These lands are situated about five miles from
Port Royal, on the Rappahannock river. They
are considered very valuable, and will be sold j
free from all liens and encumbrances.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance on a credit i
of one and two years, the purchaser to give
notes, aud the title to be retained by the assignee
I until the purchase money is paid.
EMMET cRUMP,
de 3—2aw3w Assignee.
j A SSIGNEE'S SALE.
in compliance with an order of the District
Court of the United States for the District of
I Virginia, hi the matter of S. Jones, Jr., bank
rupt, I will sell at public auction,
DECEMBER 7th, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
Custom-House, In the city of Richmond, the
CHOSESIN ACTION of saitl bankrupt.
THOMAS S. ARMISTEAD,
By J. L. Apperson, Auctioneer.
A SSIGNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
AT AUCTION.
By authority of the District Court of the
United States for the Eastern District of Vir-
I ginia, in the matter of AlexandorJfcrt, bank
rupt, I will sell at auction, at No. 7W_orthwest
corner of Main and Eighth street, Richmond, Va.,
at 12 o'clock M., on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1171, j
the property conveyed by said Hart by trust
deed dated 13th July, IS7I, consisting of one En.
| gine, two Steam Boilers, two Roasting Cylinders j
i and Ovens, Fan, Pump, Shafting, Pullies, Belt
j ing. Pipes, two Mills, and one large Sugar Mill,
and all other machinery and appurtenances bo
longing to the COFFEE AND SPICE FAC
TORY on said premises,
ALSO,
one Iron Safe, Desk, Counters, Dormant Scales,
24 large painted Tin Tea and Coffee Canisters,
and all other fixtures of every kind and descrip
tion in and about said premises.
ALSO,
the lease of the premises to Ist of August, 1872,
including good will.
TERMS—Cash, except as to MM, which will
be on a credit as to *46.1 to Kith December. 1871,
and a like amount to 16th January, 1872, each
sum beuring interest from 13th July, 1871, as
Vifiio past due. J. L. A PPERSON,
no 28—tils Assignee and Trustee.
——
BMrKEUPT NOTICES.
112—Invol.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNl
__ TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Wheelwright, Mndge & Co.
vs. Benjamin Bates individually, and as one of
thelirmof Bates k Waddy Bros., bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the Ist day of December,
A. D. 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a iwtition has
been, to wit: on tho Ist day of December, 1871,
filed iv said District Court by Benj. Bates, cf
Richmond city, Virginia, in said district, who has
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt under tho
act of Congress entitled "An act to establish a
more uniform eystem of bankruptcy throughout
the United States," approved March 2d, 18t!7, for
a discharge and certificate thereof, from all hU :
debts and other claims provable under said act, |
and that the 16th day of December, 1871, nt 10
o'clock A. M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the
registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his of
fice 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 the prayer of the said jie- j
tition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said bonk- )
fnpt will be held at the same time and place.
W.W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for the
de I—F2w 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UJU-
X TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of Louis Gimmi, bankrupt—in
At Richmond, on the 18th 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,
filed In said District Court by Louis Gimmi, of
Kichmond city, iv said district, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system uf bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted States," approved March 2d, 1887, for a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all his debts
and other claims provable under said act, and
that the lstday ofDecember,lß7l,at lOo'clockA.
M., before W. W. Forbes, one of tlie registers of
said court in bankruptcy, at his office in Rich
mond, in said district, is the time ana place as
signed for the hearing of the same, when am
where you may attend and show canse, if an;
you have, why the prayer of the said isetition
should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the accom
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at the same tlmeand place.
Register in Bankruptcy,
no 17—Fiw for the 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
TH THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
X TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of B. Hassel, Itankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 13th day of November,
1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition lias
been, to wit: on the 18th day of November, 1871,
filed in said District Court by B. Hassel, of
Richmond city, iv said district, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt, under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a more
uniform eystem of bankruptcy throughou' the
United States," approved March 2d, 1867, for a
discharge and certificate thereof, from all his
debts aud other claims provable under said act,
and tliat the Ist day of Dec, 1871, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the reg
isters of said court in bankruptcy, at his ollice in
Richmond, in said district, is the lime and place
assigned for the hearing of the same, when nnd
where you may attend and show cause, if any
you have, why the prayer of the said petiiis.ii
should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the secont
and third meetings of the creditors of the sal
bankrupt will beheld at lhe same time and plac
Register in Bankruptcy
*UNIi'ED STATES PATENT OFFICE T~
Wabbibotob, D. C, Nov. 2d, 1871. 5
f_i THE PETITION OF UEOKGE WATT,
\_J ot Richmond, Virgitila.jintving for Ihe EX
TENSION OF A PATENT granted to Wm on
ihe Bth dny of February, ISfis, on which addi
tional improvements were grained on the 2d day
of August, ISW, and reissned on the 4th day of
August, IhUB, FOR AN IMPROVEMENT IN
It is ordered that the testimony in the case be
closed on the Dm DAY OF JANUARY NEXT,
ihat the time for filing arguments and the Ex
aminer's report be limited to the 19th DAY OF
JANUARY NEXT, and that said isetition be
heard on the 24th DAY OF JANUARY NEXT.
Any iierson may oppose thu, extension.
k >sSItt!.E.K'S SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN FR_NK_I
CO., VA., AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the U. S. Distris
Court for tlie Eastern District of Virginia, I wil
sell, as assignee of Moses T. Greer, bankrupt, en
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4TB, 1871.
at Franklin court-house, Va., a three-fifth inter
est in the estale of Fletcher J. Thompson, dec'd
ONE HUNDRED and SIXTY ACHES OF __-_»
Also, at the same time and place, one-flfty-nfl
interest in
SDC HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
belonging to the estate of Marshall Price, dec'd
All of the above lands are siiuateit in FranMlu
county, Va., on the waters of Bluekwater river.
TERMfs—One-third cash ; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
Kiting bonds, with Rood security, for tlie deferred
payments, and title retained until all of the pur
chase money is paid. THOS. E. (JOBBS,
no 3—law3w Assignee.
k SSI «N E E'S SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN FRANKLIN
COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the United St-tee
District Court for the Eastern Dislrict of Virginia
1 I will sell, as assignee of William Hiitrston, bank
rupt, at Franklin court-house, Va., on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1871,
A TRACT OF LAND,
containing 25 acres, lying in Franklin county, Va,
on the waters of Bubble's branch, adjoining the
lands of Perry Ferguson and others.
ALSO,
at the same time and place one-third interest in
£00 acres of land held by the bankrupt's mother
during her life, ond lying in Franklin county, Va,
on the waters of rig river, and adjoining the
lands of Peter Sanders nnd others.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of 6 and 12 months, the purchaser giving
bonds, with good security, for the deferred pay
ments, and title retained until all of the pur
chase money is paid. THOS. E. COBBS,
no 3—law.Sw Assignee.
k g-I«NEE'S SALK OF
VALUABLE SULPHUR SPRINGS
PROPERTY
I IN THE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT, VA.
Pursuant to a decree of the District Conrt of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, made ou the 6th day of October 1871, in
the matter of John F. Shields, bankrupt, I shall,
as assignee of said bankrupt, proceed to sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, on
TUESDAY, 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1871,
! on the premises, the following valuable real
j estate, to —it i
A TRACT OF LAND,
i lying in the county of Botetourt, Virginia,
CONTAINING 473 ACRES,
on which is sltnated the celebrated watering
place, known as
X.GOER'SK .GOER'S OR DIBBRELL'S SPRING,
s spring Is beautifully situated at the foot ol
en mountain, in the county of Botetourt,
Virginia, nine miles from Clifton Forge, on the
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, and directly on
the proposed line of said road down the James
river, and three miles from James river. The
improvements are neat, appropriate, and com
fortable, are In good repair, and sufficient to ac
commodati' 21)" persons, consisting of a
and a row of cottages
CONTAINING THIRTY-SIX ROOMS.
The mineral properties of the water are diu
retic, aperient, and general alternative. This
spring has been visited for the last fifty years by
persons afflicted with dyspepsia, diarrhoea, n«
ralgla, diseases of the bladder and kidneys, and
female diseases, who have experienced great re
lief from the u«e of tho water, and in many in
stances have been entirely cured. Tills Spring
is still a place of considerable resort, hnvlng had
2011 visitors tlie present summer (1871); and were
it now in the hands of an enterprising proprie
tor, would be one of the most valuable pieces ot
property in Virginia, and is one of the best In
-1 s-estments capitalists can make. Dr. Moorman,
i a very scientific physician, who is entirely fa
i miliar with all of tlie luineial springs in Western
I Virginia, in his work on Virginia Springs, says :
I " Dagger's Springs are very valnable mineral
t waters, and will compare "favorably with our
I first-class mineral springs." In addition to the
valuable properties of the water, a large portion
of the land attached to the Springs property, is
very valuable for agricultural purposes, pro
ducing corn, wheat, and tobacco well, and is well
timbered. Any person desHrlngtomakeaproiiia
ble Investment, cannot do t,eiter than invest in
this property.
'■ TERMS OF SALE—One-third of tlie purchase
■ money will be required to be paid In cash, lh,»
! residue iv two equal instalments of one and two
I years from the day of sal.-, tlie purchaseror pur-
I cluisers giving bonds, with good security, for the
I deferred payments, payable respectively in one
and two years from the day of sale, and the title
retained umil the whole of the purchaser-one)
1-, paid. WILLIAM G. BANKS,
no 6—2aw4w Assignee of John F. Shields.
4 -SIUNEE'S SALE OF
IN THE COUNTY OF BOTETOURT.
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
lulled StatesfortheE-ssternDisirictof Virginia,
entered on the 7th day of October, 1871, in the
matter of Henry 0. Miller and Culvln M. Miller,
bankrupts, the undersigned, assignee of said
bankrupts, will sell at public auction, to the
I highest bidder, In front of the court-house of
said county of Botetourt,
j ON THE 11TH DAY OF NEXT DECEMBER.
j fihat being court-day,) the following real estale.
! surrendered by said bankrupts In their schedule*,
lo wit:
ONE-FOURTH INTERNST
j of each of said bankrupts ir. THREE LOTS in
tlie town of Buchanan; also,
ONE-SIXTH INTEREST
I iv the dower right of the said bankrupts' mother
in A TRACT OF LAND containing one hundred
acres, mot.' or less, three miles below Buchanan.
TERMS OF SALE—One-ihird cash, and the
balance in six and twelve months, equal instal
ments, the purchaser giving bond, with approved
security, and the title retained until all the pm-
I chase money Is paid.
FLEMING B. MILLER,
no 22—2aw3w Assignee.
Hy T. I. flaytop, Auctioneer.
■ k NMi.M I S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE Ol
j VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN GI.OUI'ESTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
By authority of the Dislrict Court of the
United States tor the District of A'irginia, tn the
matter of L. S. Stubbs, bankrupt, we will sell at
aiis lion, at Gloucester Conrt-liou.se,
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1871,
THE TRACT OF LAND
j on which L. S. Stubbs now resides, situated in
Gloucester county, about three miles from York
river and four miles from Gloucester Court
) house, containing about
ONE HUNDKED amis EIGHTY-NINE ACHES
Tlie improvements on said land are in geod
order.
Possession given on JANUARY j.t, 1872.
TERMS—Cash suilicient io defray expenses of
; sale and fees iv bankruptcy ; the balance on si \
, and twelve months' time, equal instalments, se
cured by bonds with good eecurity, and title re-
I lamed until the purchase money is paid.
J. AMBLER SMITH, Assignee.
no 14—-law3w
No. 234—Revenue.
' \|-ARSHAL'S SALE By virtue of a writ sf
i _vL venditioni exponas, issued from the Clerk's
| i mice of the United States Dis! rict Court, and to
] me directed, I shall proceed to sell atpublic aus
i tion, for cash, on the lira DAY OF DECEM
j DER, IS7I, at the court-house, (Eastville,) Nor
. tlinmberland county, Va., at il o'clock A. M.,
I t lie following property, to wit:
(1) one COPPER STILL,
(11 one do. do.
(16) fifteen gallons APPLE ..'RANDY,
(1) oi.,- GALLON MEASURE.
(1) one PINT MEASURE,
(1) one J, PINT MEASCRF,
| (1) one BARREL,
(I) one KEG,
(1) one PITCHER, and
Parties desiring to purchase are invited to be
: pre-But.

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