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TUESDAY EVINING, DEC. in. IS7I.
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE.
Thursday, l>ec, 10.
House or Delestme*.
House met at 12 o'clock.
Mr. Watts, Speakerjw/o lnn., in the chair.
Pi-verby Rev. Hr. C. H. Read,of the
Presbyterian church.
I ..iniul of yesterday rend.
The following bills "were reported from
their respective committees and placed no
the calendar :
A bill to amend and reenact section 1,
chapter 150 of the code of 18(!l>, as to claims
cognizable by justices of the peace. Re
commended it do not pass
A bill to repeal a portion of section 47 of
an "act t» establish and maintain a uni-
Ibrm system of public schools," passed
July 11th, 1870. Recommended it do
not pass.
A bill to amend sections 1, .1, 4, o, Hand
11, of an act entitled "an act to amend and
reenact chapter 206 of tho code of Virginia
of 1860, as to grand juries," approved Nov.
A bill amending Section 1 1 of chapter
101 of the code of 18(10, in relation to
the meetings and adjournments of circuit
and county or corporation courts.
Leave of absence was granted Mr t'riu
for four days.
Mr. Kelly oft'ercd the following :
Resolved, As the judgment of this House, that
in view of the presents; necessity for retrench
men! in expenses', it is proper thtit the members of
the General Assembly should set lhe example in
the matter of per diem and mileage. To this
end the House of Delegates hereby pledges itself
to sustain a bill which shall reduce ihe p
from til to $4 per day, and in the matter of mile
age from twenty to ten cents per mile for >"v !i
and every mile of necessary travel
The morning hour having expired, the
resolntion of Mr. Kelly lays over until to
morrow, and the calendar was taken up.
The following bills, resolutions, 4c.,
were offered and referred :
15y Mr. Bryant—
Resolved, That the Commitlee on Schools and
Colleges inquire what legislation is necessary,
if inn, to provide for the rearrangement of
school districts, so as te form the districts
more compactly ami increase ihe number to us
not to exceed one hundred inhabitants to aai ..
district.
By Mr. Sangster—A bill to amend and
reenact section 3, of chapter 48, of the code
of 1800, iv relation to fees of justices.
By Mr. Burkholder—A bill to establish
the Southside Lunatic asylum.
By Mr. Strother—
Resolved, That the Committee on Privileges
and Elections inquire into the expediency of so
amending the sth section of the act known as the
registration law that the compensation of the
registrar shall be only one dollar per day Instead
of three dollars, as now provided.
By Mr. Neale—Petition of citizens ol
Alexandria county praying for a ran
inent of lands in that county.
By Mr. Struther—
Resolved, That tlie Committee on Cotin'i.'s
Cities and Towns inquire inlo llie expediency of
so amending section 19 of the act known as the
road law ; that the compensation of the overseers
of roads shall be reduced to eighty cents per day
for each day actually and necessarily employed
in the discharge of theirduties ; and that section
32 of same act be amended so tisto give the com
missioner of roads the compensation of *1 per
day for each nctually and necessarily employed
in the discharge of his duties.
By Mr. Matthews—
Resolved, That thu Committee on Finance Le
Instructed lo report a bill as lo the expediency ol
Imposing a tax of two and a half cents per gallon
upon all "ardent spirits'' brought Into the state
and known to the .trade under lhe name of
"French brandy,"' "apple brandy,' "wlii-key,"
"gin," "rum" and high wines.
House joint resolution, offered by Mr.
Walker, "instructing tlie Auditor of Pub
lic Accounts not t-> pay the amount of the
semi-annual interest on the public debt
due and payable on the Ist day of .Jan
uary, 187.!, as provided in section 'A, chap
ter 44, of code, until directed so to do by
the General Assembly," having beon
made the special order for to-day at 1
o'clock—
Mr. Walker offered the following as a
substitute for the joint resolution :
Whereas, the Attorney (ieneral, in obedience
to it resolution of this House, has given it as his
opinion that "the funding act does not make tin
appropriation for the payment of interest on the
public debt," and that "without an act author
izing ihe Auditor to transfer the sum necessary
to pay such interest, the treasurer will not be
instilled iv making such payment." Therefore,
belt
Resolved, Hy the House of Delegates that the
opinion of the law olllce of ihe Commonwealth
is binding upon lhe Auditor and Treasurer, end
makes the adoption of the joint resolution "in
structing the Auditor of Public Accounts not to
pay the amount of the semi-annual interest on
tho public debt, tdue and payable on the Ist of
January, 1872, us provided in section 4 of chapter
44 of the code of IsCO, until directed so to do by
the G-enernl Assembly,'' unnecessary.
Mr. Walker agreed to pass by this
amendment, with tho understanding that
it be made the special order for 1 o'clock
to-morrow, aud to continue until a filial
vo' '"'•• ' '"' "'c House.
By Mr. Donald—
Aluu.lc , *_». the Committer on Conns of
Justice be instrucieil to Inquire Into the expedi
ency of so amending sect ion I], 01 Chapter 127, of
the'eode of 18i>0, as to extend the provisions of
said section to till persona holding final- In trust
lor infant heirs, eiiltev its guardian, trustee, or
in any other way.
By Mr. J. Thompson Brown—
Resolved, That the Finance Committee be re
quested to inquire into the expediency of levying
a tax on the mileage of travel on till public con
veyances throughout the State.
Senate bill in relation to horto stealing,
was passed by.
The following bills, having been read the
third time were passed :
A bill to amend aud reenact section 11 of
chapter 189 of the code in relation to costs
in Courts of Appeals.
A bill to authorize deputy clerks to take
acknowledgments of deeds by married wo
men.
A bill - incoi punning the Radford Iron
Company.
A bill to i'eameiid the act amending Uie
charter incoi prating the town of Lcesburg.
At a quarter past '2 o'clock, the House,
on motion of Mr. Booker, adjourned.
Senate.
The Lieutenant-Governor in the chair.
Prayer by Rev. Dr. Minnegerode.
COMMUNICATION' FROM THE SKIuXP
The Second Auditor, in response lo a
resolution of uiquiry of the Senate, made
the followin_; response, which was pre
sented by the pi
Conn swii. in ■ . \ i. . ■~ ,
StiOSD AtLlf'ti . O.'KK'P.,
Richmond, Dei . ]!., 1.-71. )
'i\,:h ll'.n. John L. Mu;/,r, I\-'..,,1. n t,fi ■ s
I have the honor to inform the Senate, in re
sponse to a rescAuY.nn of the iMh instant, that
the books of this olllee show the names of the
owners of regl-tcred stock on Ihe 1 t of July, IS7l'
but not of the coupon bonds.
The funding under the act ot March 30, com
mciicedon the ith of July tost. Of the -v,.:.
and bonds that may be funded to the lstof Janu
ary, 1*72, Uie registered stock only will appear
onourboiiks In the names of the owners, with
the exception of a small amount of registered
coupon 1101111--.
I'he registered stock unfunded, will remain iv
the names of parties owning such stock,, so for
as our books show, bnt it may be presumed it.
i.ianv cases, ihe ownership has been imrted with,
but not recorded.
I conclude, therefore, that it will not be prac
ticable, In the existing elate of the ease, to pay
lb.- interest on Ist January, IS-, without regard
lo the preeent funding act.
Very respectful!),
Your obedient servant,
Asa Knaeas,
Second And.!.-).
Joint resolution from the House of Dele
gates, relative to the payment of balances
due school trustees, was taken up, read
and, on motion of Mr. Meem, was paused, |
I under a suspension of the rules.
COMMITTEE RKI'ORTS.
Mr. Perm, from the Committee on I'rivi
i leges and Elections, presented a report de
'■ daring A. P. Lathrop (Republican) entitled
jto hold his seat in this body, from the dia
i trict composed of the counties of Charlotte
' and .Mecklenburg*.
Mr. r'itzpntrick, from the Committee on
I (ieneral Laws, reported with a recommen
nation that it do not pass—
Semite bill to amend and rci'naet chapter
378 of the acts of 1880-70 in relation to
I lhe times of the meeting of the (ieneral
Assembly, and providing for the time the
same shall Hit.
IRIX's PRESENTED WM REFERRED,
By Mr, Thoma9—To incorporate the Po
' tour,. Land nnd Improvement Company.
By Mr. Johnson —Providing for fur- ;
nishing lo the colleges of the State in which !
I law schools are established, surplus law
publications.
I!\ Mr. Smith—To amend nnd reenact
I chapter 135.0f tho acts of IH7O-71, for
the relief of the sureties of W. 11. Sam
ple, of Russell.
By Mr. Beazlcy—To render valid the
charter of incorporation of the Charlottes
ville woolen mills, nnd to legalize all acts j
done in pursuance thereof.
By Mr. Xowlin—Allowing incorporated
towns of this Commonwealth the use of
county jails.
IBy Same—Authorizing the issue of
registered stock to Young & Dickinson,
on certain conditions.
CONOREBI-TONAI, AITORTIONTMENT.
On motion of Mr. (ireevcr, the Com
mittee on Privileges and Elections were in- I
structed to inquire what legislation, if any,
is necessary and expedient in reference to
the apportionment of Congressional repre
sentation.
THE CHRISTMAS RECESB.
Mr. Anderson, of Pittsylvania, offered
the following resolution :
Resohed, (the House of Delegates concurring)
Thai when the two Houses of the General As
sembly adjourn on Saturday, the twenty-third
of December, they take a recess nntil Thursday,
the twenty-eighth instant.
Mr. Perm moved to suspend the rules
for the purpose of taking up the resolution
I to-day; which was agreed to —ayes 22 ;
noes 7.
Mr. Perm then moved to amend the res-
I ohition, by striking out the words Satur
j day the 23rd, and inserting in lieu thereof,
Mr. Uonually moved to amend the
. amendment by striking out the words
i "Thursday, the 28th instant," and insert
ing "Tuesday, the 2d of January."
Mr. r'itzpalriek moved to lay the reso
lution on the table ; not agreed to—nycs,
11, noes, 10.
Mr. French moved to take up the order
of the day—the resolution to suspend the
j funding of the public debt; not agreed to
—ayes, 15, noes, 80.
Mr. Lewis called the previous question
which was sustained, and the question be
ing taken on tho amendment to the amend
ment (Mr. Connolly's) was determined in
the ailirmative—tyes, 21, noes 13.
Mr. Perm, by consent, withdrew his pro
posed amendment, and the resolution wa
then agreed to —ayes 25 ; noes 13.
If the House concurs in this resolution
the General Assembly will take a rcces:
from the 534 of December, to the 2d o '
January.
Mr. Lackland ottered a joint resolutioi
providing, that during the recess of the two
Houses, the members of the Legislature
shall receive no per diem*
Here Mr. QueseaWry moved to take up
the order of the day, which was agreed to
The pending question was the lbllowing
substitute offered by Mr. Kirkpatrick, to
"the amendment ottered by Mr. Thomas to
the resolution .
Resolred, That by this action the General As
sembly does not indicate any purpose, or desire
to repudiate or unnecessarily delay the payinen
of the public debt.
Mr. Hundley occupied the tloor for
about an hour in a very able speech, favor
ing the adoption of the resolution as it came
from the House, without delay or amend
ment. He did not object to the amend
ments proposed upon anj r other grouni
than that if either were adopted it wouli
send the resolution back to the other House
and thus consume precious time. Th
funding bill he regarded as unjust and ii
iquitous, and thought it contained not what
tlie Senator from Campbell said of the res
olution, "'the germ of repudiation," but
the full-grown plant itself. He character
ized the coupon system of that bill as odi
ous, and outrageous in the extreme; the
compounding of interest he claimed to
be almost as bad, and the way the
bill was enacted met with .his se
verest disapprobation, inasmuch as it
contained provisions the effort antl nature
of which were not explained or discovered
when it was under consideration. He as
' serted that the funding Bill men, and not
; the gentknvjn who enter with him, were
repudintors. The bill repudiated one-third
of tho debt. He did not propose to repu
diate any portion of it, principal or inter
est, but he did propose to relieve the peo
ple, who were, at this time, guttering under
a burden of taxation too grievous to be
Mr. Hundley, while not attacking the
honesty of the majority of the members of
the last Legislature, maintained that they
were not elected with any reference this
question, and that the desire of the people
was then solely to escape from Radical
rule. The members of this General As
sembly, on the contrary, wero elected,
many of them, on this very issue, and all
were better conversant with the feeling and
minds of the people than their predecessors
Mr. Hundley was followed by Mr.
French, who addressed himself to the dis
cussion of the legal questions involved, and
to the point whether the funding bill was
repulsive or not. He argued that it was,
ami that justice, the necessities of the peo
ple, sound public policy, and every Other
proper consideration demanded the adop
i tion of tho resolution promptly, and with
out the addition of any surplus words,
which were calculated to produce delay,
wil hout accomplishing any corresponding
Adjourned until 7_ P. M.
254. 256. 362—Revenue.
MlilSllil.'S BALE.—By virtue sf writs at
venditioni exponas, issued outot the Clerk s
Office Ot the District Court at the United .States
fur the Eastern District of Virginia. awl to me
directed, I shall proceed to sell at public auction,
for .n*li, on FRIDAY, the 22d day of December,
at 11 o'clock A- M., in the store-room of lhe Oils
tom-HOi— £, at Norfolk, Va., the following pro
' i biuTfl APPLE RRANDY.
1 EMPTY BARREL.
1i Ml (Til A IIS.
700 CIGARS.
2S |». MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
'. Its. do. do.
3 EMPTY Sl'Ulir BARRELS
Parties desiring to purchase are Invited to be
preset)!.
Hated Norfolk, Va., Dec. 11, 1(171.
DAVID It. EARKER,
U. S. Marshal,
de I. 101 !h .1. itv W. Fhkuki.i., Deputy.
AH AMUUNLII or tiie estate ol" Worse 1».
nktgood, Bankrupt, nniiee is hereby Riven,
that 1 shall,
(I.N TIIE J.'in DAY OF DECEMBER,
at in o'clock A. IVI., in front of thef'n*tom-Hotii.e
In this city, sell for cash and to ihe highest bid
der, the reinainin..' CHOSEN I.N ACTION of
, -aid bankrupt.
Richmond, Dec. r . I*7l.
W A MAURY,
i r—S,\V,F,T-li Assign ee.fg
"ITfEEKLY STATE JOURNAL—
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LATEST NEWS.
I 'ROM WAKHI.ViTO.V
Irrtion Cm Itelireil I'avinsMrr
< lelin-. < numii" ion Recall o
lon. I'e.-. I.- The election
refuse to extend time to Ed
;he ronte-1 case of Howie's vs
Voiri Arkansas,
of Cessna vs. M\n s, guru ovei
tho holiday-.
ections commitlee of the .Scnat
n 1 favors Blodgctt and lhe res
niod in the contest from (ieor
fi-( ienoral Brice has been retirei ,
rcipicst. Mnior Alvord ii ac -
place,
ptrollcr has called for bank state
ip close of business on the 1 fit
them claims commission will re
essions immediately after New
n the meantime the}' will tak
three hundred cases now read
n, and prepare them for con
by the House committee on
y Fish has received from Ministe
St. Petersburg, intelligence tba
atacazv has been peremptorily
jy Prince r.ortchakofl', the in
telegrams received here fron
c to the effect that the Conservn
lave it all their own way, am
■leet their candidate by a liif._
<«■
mini EUROPE.
ilesrrnt Friiire of Uni, ■«- vnolhr
Eyre—A Ship Sunk with Seventee
ew—More Trouble In Ireland—Re
ieri\
, Doc. 18, Noon. —The tnornin
om Sjandringham announces tha
:of Wales slept well last nigh
ndition is in all respects satisfac
ayers were again offered in allth
yesterday for his complete resto
ench bark "Costa Rica," from
und to Buenos Yyres, was ru
night bjr an unknown vessel o
f Wight. She sunk soon aft
truck, carrying down with h
of her crew. Without heediii;
if the drowning men the unknow
ried off, nnd made no attempt
distance or save a single life.
, Dec. 18. —The Lord Licutena
1 has issued a proclamation fo
ill processions or assemblages
rry. No trouble from the Cat i
itants is anticipated, but the in
f the "Boys of Derry" are v
ad it is feared that they will a
ne offensive demonstration.
, Dec. 18. —The Times deni
iof the report telegraphed to
mrnal last week from ,Sl. Peter
t the C'/.iii owitch had made an a
J rince de Reuss.
.
Men Killed on n Railroad Track,
fori, Dec. IS.—Four quarrym
from their labor Saturday nigl
n, N. J., on the railroad trac
ck by a locomotive. Three wt
killed, and the other seriously i

bone ol' the Meiirnti Kevolnti
Hrekeii.
ork; Dec. IS.—A Herald spoo.ia
city of Mexico of the 11th, i
announces that the governme
>n the backbone of the rebellio
ulars are given.
>*»
ith of Henry T. Tnckerniuii.
'ork, Dec. IS. —Henry T. Tucki
ell-known scholar, died at his re
this city yesterday, aged nB.
loss on the ball given the Urand
cxis, in Boston, was $,">,"02.
. William H. Seward is very low
alysis at his home in Auburn,
l Baldwin Hay, of Virginia, has
ointed by the President to be con
;inia State securities depreciated to
mt. in Baltimore yesterday under
!of the action of the House ol
s m stopping the funding process
mcial affairs can be reviewed,
latest dispatches from resthss
state that the present revolution
t likely prove a failure, and that
rez government will be able to
itself. Only two States have ac
ien, and the movement is lacking
ir excitement,
receipts of corn at Baltimore yes
ere the largest ever k/iown on any
y, being nearly two hundred thous
iels, all from Maryland and Virgi
the market for it was active aud
.st of the lots offered being taken
iient, either foreign or coastwise, at
IANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Dah.7 Statb Jofrxai. Offic-, i
Hichmosd, Dee. 19,1871. J
>te first-class impel* at 8 to 10 per
Milium. Richmond city bond* are held
5. Virginia State itocksdull. There is
demand for first-class railroad stcurl-
Richmond Grain Market.
C'uK.N A*H 1*1.01.11 Exi.IIAXUE, i
lil.-HMOsu, lit.,'. 19, 1871. <
Offerings.
-While, i!7o bushels. Bad, 67.) do.
A'hite, 1054 bushels. Yellow, 54 bush
.:iß* bushels.
I bushels.
—,0 bushels. •' •
Sales.
I Wheat—White, *I.<> 7 for choice; »1.6» for
'line; ?1.C2 lor good. Red, Siss for good; fair,
.50; common, 51.49.
L'okh—White, 1000 bushels at [email protected] for very
od ; 64c. for Rood; 03c. for common. Mix.id,
'.: bn-licls ai MOSte.
Oat*-—338 bushels at 61c. for prime; 50e for
rv good ; 88c for good.
Rye—22 bushels at 80c.
Meal— 2l- bushels at MQ-Qc.
Fkas—ln bushel, at >1.2y.
■vISTRICT COURT OK THE UNITED
7STATES for tho Eastern District of Virginia.
, all whom it tnay concent, Greeting:
Notice is hereby given. That, on tho flth day
•cumber, 1871, two (2) spirit barrels, valued ai
:, and owned by Al. Jones., Suffolk; four (l)
ixes of tobaccp, valued at $110, claimed
'B. (I. Paschali; seven (7) caddies of to
lcco, valued at Sil, claimed by Thomas
Brown. (Custom-Hoime, Norfolk,) were seized
by the Marshal of the United Stales lor said dia
l-id as torieited to lhe use of the United States,
ml the same Is libeled and prosecuted in this
unit in the name of ihe United States, for con
i .nmation for the causes iv the said libel set
irto, iiit.l that said cause will stand f.r trial at
le court-room in the city of Richmond, on the
I day of January, 1872, next, when and where
II persons are warned to appear to show cause
•hy condemnation should not be decreed, and to
itervene for their interests.
Dated December 9th, 1871.
DAVID R. PARKER,
de 11—101 U. S. Marshal.
4285
TN i hi: DISTRICT COURT OF THE 4M
. TED STATES for the Eastern District of
'irginia.
In the matter of Wm. B. Jones, bankrupt—
bankruptcy.
To Whom it. May ('oncern—The undersigned,
Ambler Smith, of Richmond city, hereby gives
otice ol his appointment as assignee of the es
ateof Wm B Junes, i! Dinwiddle county, la
id district, who was, on thi- tith day of Ucto
ter, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on Ids own pe
tion by the district court of said district.
Dated Richmond, November 17, 1871.
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BANKEUPT NOTICES.
4298
rpHIS IS TO«IVE NOTICE—TIint on the 2eth
J. day of Nov., IS7I, a warrant in bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted States lor the Eastern District of Virginia,
a tainst the estate of Eugene W. Spratley, of
i. rcenesville county, and State of Virginia, who
as been adjudged a bankrupt on nis own
letition; that the payment of tiny debt:?, and the
elivery of any property belonging to said bank
tpt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
ty property by him are forbidden by law; that
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
.rove their debt?, and choose one or more as
gnees of his estate, will be held at a court of
mlcruptcy, to be holden at the Register's office,
n Richmond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes,Esq,
agister, on the 2Rth day of December, Ix7l, at lo
clock A. M: DAVID H- PARKER,
de 1—1':: * U.S. Marshal.
KIHS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the 2*ib
day of Nor., IS7I, a warrant in bankruptcy
-:is issued out of the District Court of the Uul
d States for the Etuslerti District of Virginia,
Kunst the estate of John S. Spencer, of Green s
le comity, and State of Virginia, who has
- >een adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—
hat the payment of any debts, and the delivery
of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
im or for his Use, and the transfer of any pro
erty by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
teeiing of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
trove their debt* and choose one or more as.«ig
ees of his esiate, will be held tit a court ol bank
uptcy, lo l.c holden at the Register's office,
. Richmond, Virginia, before V.'. \V. Forbes,
. , Kugister, ou Ihe i;Sili day ot December,
. 1). I*7l, .it I "o'clock A. M.
mills IS TO <IIVE NOTICE— Thai on Hie
X Mb. day of December, lt>7l, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was Issued out "of the District Court of
ihe United Slates for Ihe Eastern District of
Virginia, against the estate of Johns. Gathrifht,
of Goochland county, and State of Vir
ginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
bis own petition: That the payment of any debts,
and the delivery of any properly belonging to
I .el bankrupt, to liini or for las use, and the
transfer of any property ...v him, ate forbidden
hy law: That a meeting of the creditors of laid
baniintpt, to prove their debts, and chouse one or
neni. a#signefitf of his tetate, will bo In.id at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden tit lite 1.
ler's olllce. in Richmond, Virginia, before W. W.
, 1i5.,.. Register, on the 27th day of D.
--c. inber, A. 11., Ix7l, Ht 1(1 o'clock A. M.
BANKRUPT NOHCEa
fvniE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern Districtof Vir
ginia.
In the mutter of Wm. G>. Nowb.ll, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., thin Bth day of Dec., 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. John ('. Underwood, judge of '
mi District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of the estate of paid bank* I
rapt, to Ml] the real estate belonging to said bank* I
, rupt, free from all lien* and encumbrance* there-
Thls ii to gin- notice to all persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition an order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who mnv In- interested in said estate, to ap
iwur before the Register, at his o.lice,
at Yorktown, Virginia, on the sd day of
January, 1872, at lo o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, way »uch order should
not be granted. JACOB COHN,
IX Mil iMsiiin | COURT OF THEUNI-*
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir-
In the mntter of Wm. M. M. Crabb, bank
npt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this Bth day of Dec, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
en ted to the Hon. John 0. Underwood, iurige of
aid District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Jacob
ohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt,
0 sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested
that in the Terms of said petition an order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before the Register, at his office,
at Yorktown, Virginia, on the 3d day of
January, 1872, at 10 o'clock A. M.. and show
cause, if any they have, why such order should
uot be granted. JACOB COHN,
del 2—T2w Assignee.
MM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District ol
Virginia.
In the matter of James M. I.ewis, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va, this sth day of Dec, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Pleaße take notice, that a petition has been pre-
I sen ted to the Hon. John C- Underwood, judge of
I the said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by
1 Jacob Cohn, assignee of the estate of said
I bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to
I said bankrupt, free from all liens and encuin-
I brunces thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons intere»ted,
I that in terms of said petition an order has been
Issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all persons
j who may be interested in said estate, to appear
j before the Register, at his office, at
Yorktown, Virginia, on the 3d day of
I January. 1572, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show
I cause, if any they have.why such an order should
not be granted. ' * JACOB COHN,
do 12—T2w Assignee
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of E. M. Sandy, bank
! rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., the Sth day of December,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition lias been pre
sented to the Hon. John C. underwood, judge of
I the said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Jacob
I Colin, assignee of the estate of said bank-
I rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
I bankrupt, free from nil liens and encumbrances
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
I that in terms of said petition an order has been
ist ued by the Judge aforesaid, for all persona
I who may bo interested in said estate, to appear
I before the Register, at his office, at
Yorktown, Virginia, on the 3d day of
January, 1672, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show
cause, if any they have, why such an order should
not be granted. JACOB (JOHN,
de 12—T2w Assignee.
21.0
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of Ueorge E. Geddy, bankrupt
—iv bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this Bth day of Dec, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has beon
presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Jndge
of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob
Conn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
Kom all liens and encumbrances thereon.
IS to Rt-T wrtic-- iv till p*-reono in -■■:.... I
n tho terms of said petition an order has
ssued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be In'erevted in said estate, to ap
-1 near before ftfft Register, at his office, at Yorkt
own, Virginia, on the Sd day of January, ItTS,
at 10 o'clock A. M,i and show cause, if any they
have, why such ord*-r should not be granted.
JACOB COHN,
do 12—T2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Ens tern District, of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of George S. Shackleford, bank
rupt—-in bankruptcy.
At. Richmond, Va., this Bth day of Dec..
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
J resented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge
f said District Court, iv bankruptcy, by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition an order has
been issued by the Judge atoresaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before the Register, at his office, at York
town, Va., on 1 'ie 3d day of January, 1572, at lo
o'clock A. M., and snow cause, if any they have,
why such order t.hould not be granted.
JACOB COHN,
de 12—T2w Assignee.
2940
IN THE .DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of J. E. Spriggs, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmonl, Va., this sth day of Dec, 1671.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge
of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob
Oohu, assignee of lhe estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
Irpe from all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition an order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before the Register, at his office, at York*
town, Va., on the 3d day of January, 1872, at 10
o'clock A. M„ and show cause, if any they have,
why such order should not be granted.
JACOB COHN,
de 12—T2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of W T a*hiDgton Bayne, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va , this Rth day of Dec, IS7L
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. .TuhnC. Underwood, Judge
| of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob
1 Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to
I sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
j free from all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This Is to give notice to all persons interested,
I that in the terms of said petition an order has
I been issued, by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
I bous who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before the Register, at his office, at York
town, Va., on the 3d day of January, 1872, at 10
o'clock A. PI., aud show cause, if any they havo,
why such order should not be granted.
JACOB COHN,
del 2-T-W Assignee.
8687
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of Edmund Merchant, baukrnp
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this Bin day of Dec., 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John 0. Underwood, Judg
of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real estate belonging toaaid bankrupt
free frum nil hen- and encumbrances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested
that in the terms of t aid petition an order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before the Register, at his office, at York
town, Va., on the 3d day of January, 1872, at 10
■ck A. M.j and show couse, if any they have
such wrder should not be granted.
JACOB COHN,
12—T-.W Assignee.
Stt9
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
X UNITED STATES for the Eastern District
ot Virginia.
In t lie matter of Wiekham B. Dixon, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this sth day of Dec, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been j
preaanled to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge .
oi said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all Ileus and encumbrance- thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in the fenny of said petition an order has
beou issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per-
I tons who may be interested in said estate, to ap
p-*r before the Register, at his office, at. York-
I town, Va., on the 3d day of January, 1872, at 10
j o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any they hare.
j why such order should not be granted.
JACOB COHN, _
BANKEUPT NOTICES. -
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE i
_L UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of "
| fin the matter of Thomas W. H-v, bankrupt i
—in bankruptcy. |
At Richmond, on the Iflth day of Dec, 1871.
TO WHOM IT i
Please to take notice hereby, th;.! n petition '
has been, to wit: on lhe 12th day "f Dec. I>7J. . i
filed In jaid District Court by Thus. W. His, of 1
Prince Edward county, in said district, who (
ban been heretofore duly declared bankrupt un- i
der the net of Congress entitled "Au act to e-ai- j
Huh a more uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the United Slates, ' approved Mart B ;
2d, 18«7, fbrn discharge and cprtiUcaie thereof. I '
from all his debts and other claim* provable un- '
der said act, and that the 2d day oi .lan'y, 16T2, '
at 10 o'clock A. M., before \V. W. Forbes, one ot | '
the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at Ills
office in Richmond, in said district, is the time | ,
and place assigned for ihe hearing of the same-, .
when and where you may attend and show cause,
if any yon have, why the prayer of the said peti- J
tion should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second i
and third meetings of the creditors of the said I
bankrupt will be held at the same time and place. I
Register In Bankruptcy for the
114—In vol.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI- .
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
Iv the matter of Anthony k Co.. v.-. George I_. |
I good, bankrupt—in bankruptcy
t Richmond, on tho 9th day of Dec, 1871.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
lease to take notice hereby, that a petftio&litia i
a, to wit : on the 2-d day of Nov., 1871, |
1 in said District Court by Geo. E. Did good, oi j
hraond city, in said district, who has beet)
etofore duly declared bankrupt, under the net |
ongress entitled "An act to establish a more '
form system of bankruptcy throughout the
ted States," approved March _d, 1857, for a I
■hargfl and certificate thereof, from all his |
ts and other claims provable under said act, j
I that the 27th day of Dec, 1871, at lo o'clock, ,
M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the reg- 1
rs of said court in bankruptcy, nt his office in I
hmond, in said district, is the time and place
igned for the hearing of the same, when and j
pre you may attend and show cause, iI any I
ihave, why the prayer of the said petition
uld not be granted,
'on are also hereby notified, that, ihe second
I third meetings of the creditors of tlie said !
ikrupt will be held at the same timeand place '
Register In Bankruptcy
c 11—M2w for 3d Con'l Dist. of Va.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THF. CM- \
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of A"ir ;
In the matter of R. A. Kidd, bankrupt—in j
At Richmond, on the f>th day of December,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition luu ,
been,to wit: on the Ist day of Nov., 1871, filed in j
said District Court by H A. Kidd, of Brunswick
county, in said district, who has been heretofore
duly declared bankrupt under the act of Congress
entitled "'An act to establish a more uniform sys- ]
tern of bankruptcy throughout lhe UuitedStates,"
approved March 2d, lso7, for a discharge and c»-i
--tilioate thereof, from all bis debt* and oilier
claims provable under said act, and that, the 27th
day of Dpcember, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., be
fore-W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said j
court in bankruptcy, at his office In Richmond, ,
in said district, is the time and place assigned (ti
the hearing of the same; when and where you
may atteud and show cause, if any you have, ;
why the prayer of the said petition ; hould mil be
Yon are also hereby notified, that thereuntil
and third meetings of* the creditor* ol said bank
rupt will be held at the same timeand plate.
Register in Bankruptcy for the
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE U.Nl
i_ TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of T. M. Fleming, bankrupt—in
ankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the oth day of Dec, 1871.
) WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ;
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
as been, to wit: on the Huh day of Nov., 1871,
ed iii said District Court, by T. M. Fleming, ol
oochland county, in said district, who ha • beta
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the :ui
of Congress entitled "An actio establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout the Uni
ted States," approved March 2d, 1807- for a dis*
charge and certificate thereof from all ih.-d't.t-
id othor alnlros provable under said act, and
that the 27 th dry of Decern oer,i ** n,n» M « ©loot- a .
M., before W. W. Forbes, one of the D9oSter»ol
said court iv bankruptcy, at his uiiiee in Rich
mond, in said district, is the time and place ay
Riedfor the hearing of the same, when and
ere you may* attend aud show cause, if any
you have, why the prayer of the said p
should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will beheld at the same time avid v' i
Register in Bankruptcy,
ile 11—M2w for the ad Cong'i Dist. of Yn.
4174
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES for the Eastern District oi
lv the matter of Sandy Hu.t, bankrupt—iv
At Richmond, on the Dili ilay of December,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition has
been, to-wit: on the 28th day of Nov., 1871, filed
in said District Court by Sandy Hurt, of
Lancaster county, in said district, who has been
heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the act
of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni-
I form system of bankruptcy throughout thoUni
i ted 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 27th day of Dec, at 1871, 10 o'clock A. M
before W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his office 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 petition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the ■■<
t and third meetings of the creditors of Ihe raid
f bankrupt will be held at the same timeand place.
Register in Bankruptcy for
I dell—M2W the 3d Cong'i Dist. of Yn.
! TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE IM
-1 JL TED STATES for the Eastern District ot Yir-
In the matter of Icings ton Arvin, bankrupt—
i in bankruptcy.
I At Richmond, on the fiili day e»f December,
j TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to lake notice hereby, that a petu-imi has
been, to wit: on the Ist day of November, 1871,
filed In said District Court by Langs ton Arvin, of
Lunenburg co., Yirgima, itisaid district, who has
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt under the
act of Congress entitled "An act lo establish a
more uniform system of bankruptcy throughout
, the United States," approved March 3d, 18ti7, for
i a discharge and certificate thereof, from ajltd*
debts and other claims provable under said act,
and that the 27th day of December, IS7I, at lb
o'clock A.M., before W, W. Forbes, one of ihe
registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his of
flee in Richmond, in said district, ll tlie time
j and place assigned for the hearing °- --"* - '
I when and where youmriy attend and show i
] if any you have, why the prayerof tie w
j Utfton should not be granted-
You are also hereby notified, thai nic
j and third meetings of the creditors of said b&ok
rupt will be held at the same time and place.
Register in Danki nptcy for tne
j de 11—M2w :td Cong'i Dist. of Va.
106—In vol.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
I JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of
In the matter of George T. Catlett vs. V,' S.
' Catlett, individually, and ns one of the firm of
j Andrews k Catlett, bankrupts—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the llth day Of Dt-cemMr,
j TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 2d day of December,
1871, filed in said District Court by W. S. Cat-
I lett, of Henrico county, in said Irtetrict, who his
been heretofore duly'declared bankrupt under
the act of Congress entitled "An act lo establish
a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
I United States," approved March ta, for a
discharge and certificate thereof from ail bit
debts and other claims provable under said a< t,
and that the 27th day of December, JB7l, at 10
o'clock A. M, before W. W. Forbes, one
' registers of said court in bankruptcy, at ins
I cdice in Richmond, iu--aid dis-nct, i.* the imie
1 and place assigned for the hearing of the same,
when and where you may attend nnd snow
cause, if any you have, why the prayer of the
said petitioner should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, tlnii the
and third meetings of the creditors of i he
bankrupt will be held at the same timeand place.
w. \v. r&kuts,
Register in Bankruptcy for the
I de 11—M2w SdCongMlb.t.ot \
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF VBfi t Ml
JL TED STATES lor the Eastern I>i*tricl oi Yn-
In the matter of L-faac ('ofer, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John R. Kilby, of Nunsemond co,Yn., hi
gives notice of his appointment m asstgni
I the estate of Isaac Cofer, of Surry county,
I in said district, who was, on the _,'.tli day i
; tember, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his credit
ors' petition by the District Court oi -aid die-
Dated November _Sth, 1871.
VAI.UARLE REAL ESTATE
IN CAROLINE COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
Rv rirtuo of o decree of the District OOurt
of liio-UnHed Stsicsforthe Eastern I>istrlct ni
Virginia, made on the 21st day of November,
the matter of William H. Wright, bank
rapt, 1 --hall, as assignee of said bnnkrnpt, pro
ceed in s. U nl public auction, to the highest bid
der, on
WEDNESDAY, Kith DA V OF JANUARY, 1672,
M 13 ~.1,.,K M., iii firm of tho Uuited States
-.-, iv Richnvond, the lands surren
dered by *nM h.inkrnpt In his schedule, free irom
all liens except lhe wife's rontiugent rijrht ,ot
No. l-2.ui ACRES OF LAND,
called "Popular Inn, "wilh the main house on
the same, adjoining Ine land= of John R. Ooates,
Mrs. Coleman, aud others.
No. 2—Bo ACRES OF LAND,
rilled "Storehouse Tract," with a storehouse on
the same, opposite tlie main house, and adjoin
ing the lands as above.
No. .I—l9o ACRES OF LAND,
also opposite the main house and roads dividing
the lines, as per plat, which will be shown on toe
These lands are under good improvement, and
about one and three-quarter miles from Mllford
Depot, on the Richmond, Fredericksburg and
Potomac railroad, Caroline county.
TEEMS—One-third cash; balance at 6 and 12
mouth?, negoli.iblo notes, with interest added,
being reqhired for the deferred payments, and
the title to be retained by the assignee until said
i the nime time nnd place, the CHOSES IN
VCTION of tho »atd bankrupt will be sold for
ash. JACOB COHN,
de 14—"nw.lw Assignee of Wm. H. Wright.
s SftMNBE'B SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN CAROLINE COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
-—
By virtue of rt decree of the District Court of
he United btates ibr the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, made on the 21st day of Novembtjr, 1571,
n the matter ol John Younger Martin, bank
npt, I shall, as assignee of said bankrupt, pro
.l to sell at public nucttlon, to the highest bid
der, on
WEDNESDAY Mm DAY OF JANUARY, ISfS,
i 12 o'clock M., iv front of the United States
'uMom-Hotiso, tn Richmond, the land surren
•red by said bankrupt In his schedule, free from
11 liens except the wife's contingent right of
dower, to wit:
:.» ACRES OF LAND,
n the (...inly of Caroline, railed "Poverty,"
with good improvements thereon, adjoining the
lauds of John T. Bondwoll and others, about
th>ee miles from Port Royal.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance at Oand 12
months, negotiable notes, with interest added,
being required for Uie deferred payments, and
the title to be rettiined by the assignee until said
notes are paid. JACOB COHN,
de 14—2aw:i\v Assignee of John Y. Martin.
k sMI.NLi.'S SALE OF
A VERY VALUABLE FARM
IN FLUVANNA COUNTY, AT AUCTION
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, of October 2.lth, IS7I, in the matterof John
M. Clarke, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, clear
of all liens and encumbrances, on
WEDNESDAY - , JANUARY 10, 1672,
j at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
j Custom-House, iv the city of Richmond, that
VALUABLE TRACT OF IMPROVED LAND,
CONTAINING 260 ACRES,
I more or less, situated iv Fluvanna county, Vir
ginia, adjoining the lands of Anderson Hughes,
I James M. Kent, and others.
I TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
! credit of 6 and 12 months, the purchaser to give
! notes, interest added, for lhe deferred payment?,
the title to be rettiined by the assignee until said
! notes ate paid. JACOB COHN,
I de ll—Jaw;:.v Assignee.
By Oitibbs k Williams, Auctioneers
ASSIGNEES' SALE OF
Is i AORES OF LAND
K\- cATtOLI-fC COt'XTY. VIRGINIA.
In compliance with a decree of the U. S. Dia
tr.ct Court fur the Eastern District of Virginia, of
f) .ot.er L..th, IS7I, iv the' matter of John .1.
Southwonli, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction,
Blear of nil liens and encumbrances, on
P MONDAY. JANUARY' 16th, 1672,
lock P. M., in front of the United Statea
house, in the city of Richmond,
160 ACRES OF LAND,
situated in lite county of Caroline. Ithasthete
on several log buildings. The bankrupt now re
sides thereon. This property is within a few
miles of t he Chesapeake and Ohio railroad.
A lull description will lie given on Ihe day of
sale.
TERMS—One third cash; the balance on a
credit of ii and 12 months, the purchaser to give
negotiable notes for the deferred payments, with
six per cent, interest added thereto; the title to
be retained by the assignee until said notes are
paid. WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
de 11—2awSvr . Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers
k SSKiNEE'S SALE OF
SJO ACRES OF LAND
IN CAROLINE COUNTY', VIRGINIA.
In conformity wilh a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, ol October Ljth, IS7I, in the matter ot
H. A. Richards, bankrupt, I will sell at auction,
clear of all liens and encumbrancer on
MONDAY, JANUARY 15td, 1572,
Bt 3 o'clock P. M.. in front of the United States
i Court-house, in the city of Richmond,
SSO ACRES OF LAND,
I situated in the county of Caroline, with dwelling
] and out-buildings. This property lies within a
few miles of a railroad station,
A full description will he given on the day of
TERMS—One-third cash; tho balance on a
• credit of ft and 12 months, interest added, at six
: per cent, per annum, the purchaser to give notes
\ foi the deferred payments, the title to be re
■ tttiiied l,y the nsslgnee until said notes are paid.
V.'M. 11. ALLDERDICE,
de It— Jqwf.w Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneer*.
k SSItiYEE'S SALE OK
tt*H ACRES OF LAND
IN U.OUOESTER COUNTY, VA.,
■ WITH A VALUABLE TANNERY THEREON
la conformity with a decree of the United
| stales District Court for the Eastern District of
I Virginia, of November 26tlt, IS7I, in the matter
! of Allen D. Read, bankrupt, I will sell nt *uc-
I tion; clear ot all liens and encumbrances, on
.MONDAY, JANUARY IMS] 1872,
at 3 q'olock P. M., in front of tho United Slates
Cotirt-liouse,.in ihe city of Richmond,
17»;» ACRES OF LAND,
wiili good improvements, dwelling, ice, and t.
valuable tannery thereon—n good stand for con
ducting that huslnese—situnted near Dragon Or
dinary, Gloucester county, Va..
A lull description of, this properly will be
given on day or sab 1 .
TERMS-One third cash; the balance on a
credit of a ami 12 months, the purchaser giving
notes for tna deferred payments, with six pel'
cent, interest lidded, the title to be retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM H. ALLDERDICE,
de 1 1— 2aw:iv.' Assignee.
By Grubbs & William*, Auctioneers
k SSIONEES SALE OF
21li ACRES OF LAND
1.. HANOVER COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
In conformity' with a decree of I lie Unlie.l
' State ('otirt for ihe Eastern District of Virgtnta,
I of October 25th, 1871, in the mater of John H.
j Buchanan, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, clear
I of all liens and encumbrances, on
MONDAY', JANUARY Wtb, IS?:,
at .1 o'clock P. M., in front of Ihe Uuited States
Court-house, In the city of Richmond, that rertain
TRACT OF LAND,
CONTAINING 210 ACRES,
i situated In the county of Hanover, with dwelling
and other buildings thereon. The bankrupt uov^
i resides noon it. This property i is convenient to
I the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, In an im-
I proving neighborhood. •'
A full description will be given on the day of
TERMS—One-third cash : the remainder on a
en In ot i nnd 12 mum lis, the purchaser to give
j negotiable notes lor the deferred payments, with
i interest added, at the rate of six per cent, pet
■amum. the title in be retained by the assignee
unti* said uotei are paid. ,

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