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(&vmiw &toto fjgggfc . .tt.., 1,. -. .i. SATUIiDAI' EVEN'U, MARCH 8, 1873 WAR DAMAGES. Complete and \ccurate 1.l - of Vir ginia Claimant*, nnd the Amauut Award yd The bill just passed by Congress, making appropriations for the pa} tueiit of claims reported allowed by the -southern claims commissiontrs, contains the following ap propriations lor parties in Virginia: A.—To Crawloid Alley, 83110 ; John F. Almond, 1,210: Alexander Anderson, 175; W.lliam Andrews, 00; Hiram L, Amiss, 775. B.—To Miles Bramblee, $391; Antho ny W. Bacher, 290; Parko Bailey. 210.75; Hat-vie Bailey, 1,097; Daniel Baker, 703J; Thomas Baker, of Nansemond county, 240; Thomas Baker, of Shenandoah county, 330,37 ; Qeorge Barber, 420,33 ; William Barker, 100 ; James P. Barlow, 210 ; B, W. Bines, administrator of the estate of Nathan Bashan, 100; Lewis Taylor, admin istrator of the estate of Wm. 11. 11. Beans, 168.04; John Brown, 75; Daniel Bell, , 440 ; Isaac Birch, 203 ; Benjamin Birdsall, 490; Deborah B. Birdsall, administratrix of the estate of Benjamin Birdsall, jr., 49G; A. J. Bishop, 1,680; William F. Blackmore, 334; Robert Bonner, 235; John Bonner t 145 ; Jerry Bonner, 95; William Henry Boston, 105 ; John Bow man, 112,50; Peter Brooks, 200 ; Jacob Brooks, 991 ; Samuel Brown 312; Major M. Brown, 77.50; William Brown and John A. Brown, 775 ; Oscar D. Biown, 151; Elizabeth Brown, administratrix of the estate of T. R. Brown, 270 ; Daniel Bowman, 555 ; Craflbrd C. Brown, 265; Thomas M. Bryan, 573.50 ; Jane Ann Bryce, executrix of the estate of Mathew Bryce, 330 ; Sohn C. Bush, 105 ; Gilbert i Bell and John E. Mears, 1,000 ; John W. Beemer, 1,836.50; James J. Bowen, 825.' C,—To Thomas Calbreath, 1,195; , Mary F. Carpenter, 4,978 ; Mrs. M. H. | Carpetter, I,6oo;Annie R. Cathcait, 819 ; Willis Cave, 115; Benj. Caywood, 816.50 J. C. Champin,B2.so; Ignatius T. Chutkow ski 1,878; Thomas Clark, 5,105; Robert Clark, 5,105; Robert Clarke, 890 ; Samuel Clendening, sr., 111.03; Wil.iam Cleve land, 1,185; Rebecca CofTman, 145 ; James Coleman, 152.50; John N. Colvin, 1,362.50, Sewell B. Corbett, 3,039.99; Cooper Corbett, 4,270 ; Thomas Cotman, 125; Linick Counts, 332.50 ; Mary Cow ling, 225 ; George S. Cox, 1,019 ; Jacob I. Craigen, 2,187; Jonathan D. Crocker, 450; Samuel Custer, Joel Custer, Isaac Custer and Lewis Custer, executors of the estate of Jacob Custer, 695; George Carey, 250; Richard Carey, 70. D.—To Sagismund Dangerßeld, $200; Thomas B. Dawson, 1,376; John L. Detwiter, 215; John W. Dixon, 500; Robert H. Donaldson, 244.28; Daniel F. Dulaney, 660; Robert Dyer, 324; Alexander G. Davis, 1,118 ; David Dames, 333; Solomon Dixon, 220; Aaron Duble, 2,061.50. E.—To Edmund S. Everhart, 8420; Del lah Eaches, 673.30; Elizabeth Edwards, 460. Wm. H. Ellison, 330. F.—To Ira Field, 8405; James 11. Fish er, 1,209 ; Albert Flagler, 1,25J.50 ; Car ter Ford, 220; Andrew Foulkc, 200; John' Foushee, 237; Emanuel Francis, 921.87. G.—To Alfred Gale, 8325 ; Albert G, Gardiner, 859; William A. Garner, 200; Thomas t.askins, 410 ; Thomas Gaskms, Caroline Davis, Frank Gaskius, Benjamin L. Gaskins, Hampton T. Gaskins, James Gaskins, Mary Johnson, Catharine Gas kins, Richard Gaskins, heirs of Susan Gas kins, 305.75 ; David Gilmer, 360.50 ; Geo. W. Ginn, 1,334; Solomon Garber, 714.80 ; Wm. J. Galleher, 62.25. H.—To Alexander Haight, 81,416 ; Ed ward B. Haines, 1,444; Mary A. Hall, 2,175.95; Georgo Harris, 1,195; Obed Harris, 260 ; Jesse Harris, 390; G deon Householder, administrator of the estate of George Hickman, U)S ; Robert Hill, 132; Willis P. Hill, 100; Gabriel Hill, 136.90: James M. Hill, 180; Nancy Hine garner, 398.40; Wiley Holland, 125 ; Ja cob Holland, 130; Ahab Holland, 230 ; Gideon Householder, 384; Charles T. Howard, 114.80; John Howell, 493; Drayton Huduall, 575; Julia Ann Hughes, and her children, Julia Ann Hughes, Mary Ellen Hughes, and Joseph H. Hughes, heirs of Thomas Hughes, 450; Sawney Hunter, 121.50; Joseph Hyde, 482; Orland W. Huntt, administrator of the estate of S. J. Hoage, 1,256 ; Samuel J. Harrison, 145 ; Ephraim Hulvey, 400 ; 1-avanin G. Hunter, 800; Mary Ives, 313. J.—To Walter Jackson, $498.40; Alex ander Jackson, 255; Aldridge James, 5,658.20; James C. Janney, 650.48; William Jones, 583.50 ; Robert Jones, 140 ; John Johnson, 125 ; Robert Johnson, 304 ; Ray Johnson, 460.50; Mahlon James, 416.40; Mildred M. Johnson, 400; W. S. Jenks and Elizabeth Bailey, heirs of Wil liam Jenks, 1,161. X.-—To J. G. R. Kalbj 8190.92; Michael Karn, 204; Michael Karn, admin istrator of the estate of Jacob Karn, 740; Richard Keene, 125; John Kenney, 350 ; Phillip Kesner, 545; Mary A. Kline, 441.25 ; Frederick M. Kline, 100 : Samuel Kline, 433; J. C. O'Neil, administrator of the estate of Ezra Kipp, 2,746; Clai borne Kendall, 532. L.—To Susan A. Lee, $25; Ira Lain, 845; Sarah A. Laurence, 450 ; John Lee, 430; William Lewis, 130; Betsy Lewis, 235; John T. Lindsey, 2,255 ; John T. Lohman, 310 ; Sarah E. Le Fevre, 204 ; Isaac Long, 858. M,—To James McCormick, 2,040 ; Wil lis Madden, 879 ; John 11. Mason, 385 ; Daniel Massey, 165.90 ; John G. Miller, 1,224; Isaiah Miller, 126 ; Hugh Morson, 7,067 ; John F. Murray, 652; John Mur ray, 248 ; Jacob Meyers, of Loudoun, 162 ; Khodam McKie, 335; Alex. Kincher, 300; D. O. Munson, administrator of T. B. Mun son, 2,325. N.—To Samuel 11. Nichols, $388 ; John North, 206 ; Alfred W. Nourse, Ella J. Nourse and Emma L. Galpin, 320. O.—To James Oliver, $200; Amos D. Osgood, 200. P.—To David P. Palmer, $640. Thos. Parbam, 184, Charles W. Payne, 150; Albert Peacock, 202.50 ; James Pearce, 115; Thomas Pearman, 427.25; John Peden, 987.50 ; Eli Peterson, 200 ; Mary A. Peyton, Eugene O. Peyton, John f. Peyton, J. W. Tuttle, Laura M. Tuttle nee Peyton, 2,180; Samuel C. Phillips, 310; John W. Pierpom, 250; Hannah J. Piggott, 225; James A. Puigley, 260; George Pitkin, 1,225.20; Emily F. Post, 000; Elizabeth Price, administratrix of Asa Price, 630 ; Samuel Pulman, 1,342; EoosPursel, 140. R.—To Charlotte E. Reed, administra trix, &c, $2,250 ; Robert Reather, 620; Elias Rets, 369.09: Dempsy Reid, 421; John Q. A. Reid. 200; Mary A. Rich ardson, 277; Perez Richmond, 100; Al fred Riker, 188; George W. Roberts, 384; Bailey Robertson, 292.50; Michael M. Roseberry, 5,629.50; Wm. S. Rowley, 280; Harry Roy, 740; Isaac Richard and Jacob Richard, 2,102.25; Martha A. Rickard, administratrix of the estate of Datid Rickard, 348.50 ; Wm. Reed, 200; James Robinson, 1,249. S.—To Matthews Sawyer, $115; Lem uel J. Sawyer, 100; Jacob Scoit, 05; C. R. F. Seay, 485; Samuel Senger, 6; Frank Settle, 300 ; John 11. Settle, 260; Chester C. Gayer, administrator of the es tate of David Shriver, 371; Mrs. Treca A. Simmons, 371; Henry 11. Snapp, 410; J. S. Snyder, 490; Abraham Spencer, 160 ; Q. M. Starbuck, 393.50 ; Richard Stokes, 0_ ; Warner St -ea, 12i5; Daniel Stine. ' 225 ; Susannah H. Storm*, administratrix ; o! the estate of Alo_w Storms, 956; Rub-t t Strong, 1,-04; the loyal creditors of Join j II Skinkt-r, deceased, 2,377, and if that sum shall be more than sufficient to pay their just claims, then the balance to his ■ sisters, Mrs. Knox, resident in Ohio, and I and Mrs. Clark, resident in Kentucky ; Janet Studds, administratrix of tbe estate .Of Henry Studds, 1,041; Andrew Seitz, ; SCO; Henry Setzer, 1,862.13; William , Swank, 1,225. T.—To William Thompson, £55 ; Lewis Taylor, 226.44; Jack Thompson, 121 ; David Thornton, 310: Luanda Timson, 398; Samuel Teiryson, 394; P. Hilltnan Troth, 136; S. F. Teasdale, 35; John E. Turner, 150 ; Martha A. F. Terret, 387; Bennett Thompson, 40 ; Hiram Thompson, 175. V.—To John W. Veitch,s24o. W.—To Mary A. Walker, $379 50; Rich ard Wallach, 4,866.66; Rachel Waikins, 751; Eve Wenger, 76; Henry Wenger, 507.20 ; Camilla E. Whipple, administra trix of the estate of Edward E. Whipple, 1,193; Joseph Whittaker, 180; Isaac Wi birt, 36 ; Joseph L. Williams, 95 : Daniel Williamson, 300; Sally Ann Witherite, 225 ; John Wolford, 284.15 : Samuel Wol veiton, 90; Jaquelin M. Wood, 2,933.50; Charles Woodhouse, 150 ; John B. Wyatt, 260; Andrew Wyhe, 1,355. V.—-To Abraham Young, $150. /..—To Matthias Zetiring. $608.25. STOCK BROKERS. £ __-____iyX .ST, STOCK AMI EXCHANGE BRORERf. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Offer for sole CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY FIRST MORTGAGE SIX PER CENT. GOLD BONDS, 41 87 1-2 AND INTEREST. THEY ABE FREEJXIF ALL'TAXES These Bonds are A FIRST-CLASS SECURITY, AND AS ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OF THEM IS FOR SALE WOULD INVITE THE PROMPT ATTENTION OF INVESTORS TO THEM. Also for sale State Interest Coupons RECEIVABLE FOR TAXES AND OTHER DUES TO STATE. BONDS AND STOCKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD BY US ON COMMISSION ONLY. Orders solicited and prompt attention given by R. H. MAURY 4 CO., 1014 Main street, fe I—d3taw4sw4wlm 1 " J. ADBLBR SMITH. C. HAt'BIOK —tTH J. AMBLER SMITH &BRO., mOMS No. 7 AND S MARSHALL HALL RICHMOND. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE MADE A SPECIALTY. The Lewis Amendment adopted the 18th of February, U73, secures to the bankrupt an ndilitional exemption In excess of the Five Hun dred heretofore exempted, of TWO THOU SAND HOLLARS against all Judgments and deer _s of state Courts. Wife's Right of Dower is, as heretofore, pre served intact. Ma JACOB COHN, an experien-ed person In Bankrupt matters, is connected with the Arm . Correspondence solicited. fe 28—dsw&wtf — —* '. ■ i '■ —- N OTIC £. COLORED SOLDIER 9 AND SAILORS. All Colored Soldiers or Sailors, or their Legal Representatives, who have received notice from the Treasury Department tbat certificates have been Issued in settlement of their ' CLAIMS FOR PAY. BOUNTY, -PRIZE MONEY, fee, and who have not received the amounts due them, are directed, in order to speedy payment of the same by tbis oflice, and WITHOUT FURTHER EXPENSE BY CLAIMANTS, to send their NAMES, with POST OFFICE ADDRESS, to the ADJUTANT GENERAL U. S. ARMY, ■ WASHINGTON, D. C. They shonld also state in [ WHAT COMPANY AND REGIMENT THE I SERVICE WAS RENDERED. E. D. TOWNSEND, Adjutant General, i Win Dbpartmbst, Adjutant Qcneral's Office, Washington, D. C, February 1, 1873. ' fe B—d4wlm J 7.—Z IRON MAN-H-I-TUKER— "VABIETY IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED 1892. , JAMES D. BROWNE, MANUFACTURER OF IRON AND WIRE RAILING, . GRATING, VERANDAHS. FIRE-PROOF VAULT DOORS, I FLOWER VASES AND STANDS, SETTEES. ' Together with every description of Iron work " for BUILDING and ORNAMENTAL purposes 804 AUD 907 tin Stkskt, 1 le I— dfcwlv RICHMOND. VA BOOS AND -HOES. ' NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE, g .' No. Hin Maim Strset, Richmoud, Va., WL. ' has lust been opened by G. S. LEATHER- Bl 'RY. and has ou hand a complete a—ortment jot BOOTS, SHOES, I RUNKS nnd BAGS, and . is recti _g direct from the manufactures c daily ; and you will do well to give him a call befiirn purchasing. j, ja 28—dsw4w3m I T_ OR -ALE CHEAP, __tk\ > J? ON LONG TIME. H :, one of the BEST FARMS in Fairfax County, if Two-third* open land, one-third good yonng . TlMßfc.lt, Oak and Pine > New HOUSE of seven rooms, modern built; vv-11, stables, tobacco barn, and several tenant v houses. This farm contains about SIX HUNDRED i ACRES, and borders the Potomac River nearly ; three-fourths or a mile The soil is dry loam, !• with a few sandy spots ; adapted especially to grass, corn, tobacco, trucking, and fruit-growing. j It would make a fine DAIRY FARM. •', It is located twenty-two mil. s south of Wash [, lngton, near a steamboat lauding, and four miles from a station on tbe railroad from Wash '; ingioii and Richmond Good ashing privileges, 'v and neighborhood pleasant. i. PRICE: 1113,600. Enquire at Of de2o if STATE JOURNAL OFFICE '; ~l^__-~_rii_teJi_iAD_). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP (I- plication will be made for a renewal of Certifl -1 cute No. 658 for ONE SHARE OF STi iCK pf the . I Klchmond and Danville Rati _ad Company, ' i standing in my name ; the same having bten ); LOST or MISLAID. s . J. PBARKSDALE, , Unioa Furnace, Patrick County, Va. V . 3 —I"W4W ______ J. "' '" '' *" ' ;"" " - ■'-' "'.''-' •"•'" ,- --a. .jr..!■.'.--„■ ) . <j> X WILL PAY FOR __ COPIES OF THE ,' „_> WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for on. . year. THE STATE JOURNAL FOR 1873 We call the attentior of our friends | throughout the State to the very liberal terms upon which the STATE JOUR NAL is offered for 1873, and the extraor dinary inducements to form clubs, espe cially for our Semi Weekly and Week ly editions. Clubs can be made up from as many different pO-toSoM as there are names, which can bm sent in, with the cash, as fast as obtained, and when completed the extra copy will be forwarded to any ad dress iinin.nl. Make up a Club at once, or send in your name. Remember that $5 will pay for six copies Of the Weekly for one year, and $10 will pay for ten copies of the Weekly and one copy of tne Semi- Weekly for one year, and for every ten subscribers for one year to Semi-Week ly or twenty subscribers for one year to Weekly, we will give a copy of the "Great Industries of the United States," worth $3.50. * VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL FOB 1873. the mm m THE BEST. Three Edi 1 lon w i DHL., si._--l-__l.-Y, AND WEEKLY. CIRCULATION AS GREAT AS ANY POLITICAL PAPER PUBLISHED IN THE STATE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLA TURE PUBLISHED ONE DAY IN ADVANCE OF ANY OTHER PAPER. Specimen topic* of either Edition aent free upon application. OLXJB RATES : DAILY S copies, and 1 copy free 1 year $27.50 For six or three months, in same proportion. ' SEMI-WEEKLY. 5 copies, and 1 copy free, 1 year $ 11.00 10 copies, and 1 copy free, 1 year... 20.00 For six or three months, in same proportion. WEEKLY 5 copies, and 1 copy free, 1 year $ 5.00 10 copies and 1 copy Semi Weekly.. 10.00 20 copies, and 1 copy Semi-Weekly free, 1 year 20.00 In addition to the above liberal rates, we will give a copy of the Great Industries of the United States, Worth $3.50, to every one who will send US five subscribers for one year to our Daily, or ten subscribers for one year to our Semi-Weekly, or twenty subscribers for one year to our Weekly. REMITTANCES SHOULD RE MADE BY CHECK, POSTOFFIOE ORDER OR REGISTERED LETTER, AND BE ADDRESSED TO STATE JOURNAL, Richmond. Va. (tic. WILL PAY FOR SIX • OPIES OF «P_» the WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for one year. SEWING MACHINES. ~-__lc__~_Tg_bbs? THIS SUPERIOR SEWINO MACHINE Is now offered at the following liberal CLUB RATES I We will give, as a premium, a FIRST CLASS MACHINE of our own, or any oiher maker's in the market ihat may be desired, to ANY PER>ON who will sell THKEE WILLCOX & GIBBS MACHINES; to be ordered and paid for at one time. We also continue to allow ONE-THIRD DIS COUNT to destl ute applicants. Price lists, circulars and Instructions sent gratis by mull to all partie-. WII.LCOX _ QIBBS. Ofllce No 18. Ninth Street, fe 26—tmyl9d&w Richmond. Va. AGRICULTURAL IMP___.I_MEK.TS, ''''"lo li'o i. The firm of Watt & Knight having been dis solved on t' c Ist Oct' ber, 1872, Makfubd Ca_, (my son-in-law) Is now an equal partner with me under the style of WATT _ CALL, in the manufacture of the CELEBRATED WATT PLOW; the Cuff Brace Plow, GEORGE WATT'S OWN INVENTION, and agricultural Implements generally. I have, within the past eighteen months, made great improvements in the WATT PLOW, and can, with greater confidence than ever, recommend it to the farming community every where. GEORGE WATT. THE WATT PLOW EVER TRIUMPHANT ; AND THE CDFF BRACE PLOW, of all sizes, from one to four horses. WHEAT DRILLS, very superior: HAR ROWS. CULTIVATORS, and all kinds of FARMINt* IMPLEMENTS for sale on the best terms. Send for circulars. Je 26-d,sw*w9m WATT at CALL. • . PROFE— I-tAL. L. H. Chaxdibb. Alfred Mortos CHANDLER & MOBTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I'.tS.-K B—ik Aim Tbxth Stbeets, RICHMOND, VA. oc __-__*___ ________ I. H SHIELD., -(Late or Cbakdlbb, Mobtob St Shields,) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ' Marshall Hall, Corner Tenth and Bank Btrttts Richmoud, Va. Pr&ctic— In the United States Courts. Particular attentiongiven to cases arising un der the United States Revenue Laws, and Bank ruptcy. Attorneys outside of the city can have their r Bankrupt cases here attended to promptly, and carefttlly looked after, by corresponding with me, ; thereby saving them the expense of visiting the t city oc 2S—dswAw ts • C—_mi__- ints-—iA.vi-._i. , C. B. MBBLI, 0. 0 WATBOK, J. W. fEKHT. > Late Dibble, Late Lynchburg, Late of Nevada Peyton & Co. J DIBBLE, WATSON & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND TOBACCO BROKERS, _ No. 10T Twelfth street, Opposite Oollego Mills Richhorp, Va. i. Solicit Consignments of Tobacco, Wheat,"&c, c and make liberal Cash Advances on all Produce r, In hand. " tf ("RAIN BAGS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. oc 31——_w8m •***. UM. tl 'B*' i IJ"' J i . . it - E _»i _ -M_ AY »OR « _•__-» OF THE % »11 SE_I-WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL Er oue year. ni_______D3. Il rtpldlr i_p_-_d__ff -M other preparation, for producing Elegant, Sweet and Whoteam* BOLLS, BISCUITS, BREAD, Buckwheat and other Griddle Cake*. Perfectly Pure _od Reliable, and attcaye ready tor immediate n»e. Th. CHEAP EST Baking Powder in the WORLD, and It IP_Z.£. _TJ.£_P O.V LAND OR SEA, in any climate, for year*. It la well adaptM to i_- u-e of Bouiekeepere, Miner*, Mariner*, Emigrant*. Ac., and U ta faot. In every reepect, the BEST TSAST MffMt mad* I** Jrae-.fi, <*• Camp, rA« CaUer-" BOLD BY GROCERS A DEALERS EVERYWHERE. MiuitUfftCtared by DOQLBT & BEOTHEE, €9 NEW STREET. N EW-YCMK. mh A eud—3m COMPKEsB-B_D__a-PAT-ENI_IIGH NOTICE Tho invention of DR. ROYCE FOR THE PR' iI.UOTION, STOKING, AND TRANS MI TTIN- POWER etc, by compressed air; al o for destroying yellow fever on Ships, in hospitals for Ventilation, etc., have been proved to be ihe i-nlv successiul methods, where pum ping macinery is used. Notice Is hereby given that the management and control of these patents has been placed iv my hands wi'h the sole power of License or Sale. Per-ons and Corporations desirous of using Compressed air as a Motive Power, or for Ventilation, etc, may obtain full intormailon of the ilile and details uf the patent, by applying for Copies at the Patent Ollice The rei-ues are numbered 6,2 1 and 6 u2, and for terms of nse by addressing me, P. O. Box 1076, or ftft Liberty sireet, New York fe lv—eowly HOR-VOE II DAY. IN-l-t-L— ENI S: ORE. THE ORIGIN AL INSTALLMENT HOUSE, 1438 Main Street, Richmond, Virginia. I offer for sale the following goods for cash, or by weekly or monthly payments. For cheap ness, quality, and variety, secoud to none in the market; for accommodation, surpassing any: 2,000 Lithograph and frteel Engravings; Chro mos. newest in the market; Oil Paintings; Lookiug-Glasses, In great variety; Photograph Frames, large assortment. Frames of all de scriptions made at the shortest notice. A large stock of Picture and Looking-Glass Mouldings always on hand, sold cheap, by the foot or man ufactured. Special contracts made for large orders and dealers. Clocks Bibles, Window- Shades, rarpets. Rugs, Matting, Oil Cloths, Walnut Extension Tables, and other goods. Parties in want of any of the above articles will consult their own interest by giving me a call before purchasing elsewhere, fe Ift '73—3 m WILLIAM DAFFRON. _U__ FREEDMA-'S BAV__»S~AND~ TRUST COMPANY, CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1868. Tenth Street, betweeu Main and Bank Streets. DEPOSITS OF FIVE CENTS AND UPWARDS RECEIVED. INTEREST COMPOUNDED TO JULY AND JANUARY at the rate of six per cent, per annum. ---JTOpen daily from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.,and on SATURDAYS from 9AM.toßP.ltt, CHARI.ES spencer, mh no—it "ej<hier 600,000 SUBSCRIBERS WANTED. The new volume of .ribneb's Monthly wl'l presnut a more brilllan' array of contributor.-, a wider an.i more tuorough discussion of tne topics tieated in its t> icrlttl Departme ts. liner illustr it ions, and more uniformly good piluiiig than any which has preceded it. The List of Conribuiors Just publisned contains nearly one hundred of the brighte-t names known to our liter.ture. Among tho features of special interest will be DR. HOLLANDS SPLENDID SERIAL, •'AHTHIjR BORMCASTLE," A STORY OF AMERICAN LIFE. Also a series of brilliantly Illustrated Papers by tuivAm. Kino, under ti,e title of "THE GKEAT SOUTH," which will be alone wonh the price of the Moi-th'.t. There will be also entertaining Papers 'About Authors, their Friends, Whims, and Ways." Pap-rs o i ''The Decoration of American Homes." "Sketches, with Portraits, of Living American Writers." Also "The Best Short • tories, by the be-toi living story writers. There will be Descriptive Articles, Tales ol Travel and Adventuie, tbe choicrst • oems, the mom Brilliant. Essays, Editorials. Revl*-ws, and Art Critiques, Departments relating to Home and r*oci .v, Nature and Science, and Culture and Progress, Amusing and 'nterestlng Etch ings, itc, itc., presenting nearly 2,1 >00 pageß of the choicest illu-traced literature by the best wrier*, in the Englisn language. Srimi.v. i;'- .viu.vriiLv has obtained something more than national recognition. A" eminent English author, in a note to the publishers, says : "It Is Incomparaoly better than any Magazine I have come aero —" It claims to be "the foremost Mjgaztne of its class In the world." Snb-criptlon Price $4.00 a year, payable In advance November and December numbers sent free to all Subscribers for 1873. SCrtIBNER _ CO., fe 10 634 Broadway, New York. MUNSON HUL NURSERIES. A large stock of first-class Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees for sale. Apple Trees from two to four years old, $16 per 100; per 1,000 $80. One year old, $6 00 per 100 ; per 1,000 $40 Peach Trees from 354 to 6 feet, per 1 0, $10 ; per 1,000, $80. Standard Pear from two to four years, per 100, .40, fifty cents each. Dwarl Pear, two ano threeyears. per 100, $25 ; per dozen, $3 SO. Also a large stock of SMALL FRUITS, 4c. Send for a catalogue and address D. O. MUNSON, no ft— 6m| Falls Church Fair*_ County, Va. ■ NUKSI-KIES. Franklin Davis s_i— *ci. C. Kb.ii RICHMOND NURSERIES. OH THS BROOK TURNPIKE, iM MILES FROM THE CITY. FRANKLIN DAVIS _ CO., PROPRIETORS. TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE ACRES IN NUR _RIES. 1,700,(1. Apple Trees of the most popular varie ties largely of Wlnsap, Albemarle Pippin, Johnson's Fins Winter, Rawles Janst, I Hot, Masons —ranger, Rominlte, Fallawaier, Early Harvest, Early Ripe, Red Astrachan, &<■., Sic. 600,00 Peach Trees, a choice collection of most approved sorts for family nse and for market , purposes. • 160,000 Fear Trees, standard and dwarf, largely of inr'.lett. Standard and Duchess d'Angou leme dwarf. 180,000 Cherry, Plum, Apricot, Nectarines and Quinces. 200,000 Grape Vines. A splendid stock of well loot d plants, largely of Concord. 300,000 Currants, Gooseberry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Osage Orange, Asparagus, Rhu barb, —~ —. This crop has been propagated with the greatest care, and is remarkably thrifty and well grown. The selection of varieties haß been made with especial referem c to their adaptation to Ibis and adjoining States, so that those order ing of us may rely upon getting sons adapted to tneir locality. Those wishing to plant will do well to visit the Nurseries, or uonespond with us before purchas ing el c where Send for Descriptive Catalogue. August, 1872. an 27—swiwem A/TT VERNON NURSERIES, * UPON THE ORIGINAL WASHINGTON I ESTATE, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA., I O. GILLINGHAM & CO., Pbofbietoss. ■ A Full Assortment of - FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, ORAPB VINES AND SHRUBS AND ' SMALL FRUIT PLANTS. SOUTHERN WINTER APPLES A SPECIALTY. Splendid stock of Dwarf and Standard PEAR TREES. FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE. i Mr. Glllingham will consult with parties wish Ing to set orchards and vineyards, and give then the benefit of his experience. He will funds! trees and set them where it it desired, giving i , full warranty as to iheir growth. c Send for Catalogue, Pjbi-office address, cotink, Fairfax County, Va. Ac se 18—wtf <3K- IKE_ IN THE __T~ APPLE AND PEAR" TREES FOR V_ = GINIA A SPECIALTY ' AT MT. VERNON NURSERIES. ••18-Wtf I ._l j^-___EZZIiiI COURT UF THK UNI- ItEH STATES for the Eastern District of Vlr ; In the matter of V. J. Mountcastle, a bank rnpt—ln nankruptoy. _ At Richmond, v a., this Hth day of Febrnary, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I Hease take notice, that a |ietltlon has been presented to the Hon John O. Underwood, Judge of ssld Dl"trict Court ia Bankruptcy, by Jacob Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said K'inifriipt, ft — 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 Usued by the Juilgs aforesaid, for all per sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap pear belore Register W. W. Forbes, at his office in the said city of Richmond, on the 2_th day of February, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any you have, why such order should noi be granted. JACOB COHN, fe 17—M2w As-Uniee. EN TH* UISTRICT COURT OK llll!. _»1- TRD STATES, for the Eastern District of Virginia. In th" matter of Wm. C Johnson, bank rupt—ln bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va,, this Uth day of February, 1873. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition has been presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Tudge of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by Jacob Cohm, assignee or the estate of —d bankrupt, to sell the real estate belo. glng io said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum brances thereon. This is to give notice to all persons Interested, ihat In the term*- of said petition, an order has be n issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his ofllce in the said city of Richmond, on the ?.'ith day of i_oruar., 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show •anse, if any you have, why such order should not be granted. JACOB COHN, fe 17—M2w Assignee. [N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, In the matter of James T. Gouldln, bank rupt—in bankrupicy. At Richmond, Va., this llth day of Febrnary, 1873. IO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice, that a petition has been ■resented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by lacob Cohn, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free lrom all liens and encum brances thereon. This is to give notic** to all persons Interested, that in the terms of said petition, tn order has been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per ,ons who may be interested in said estate, to ap pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his office in the said city of Richmond, on the 26th day of Feoruary, 1873, at In o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any you have, why such order should not be granted. JAOOB COHN, fe 17—M2w Assignees. IN I lit DIM Kill COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Richard L Gilliam, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 18th day of February, 1873 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition has been presented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge >f said District Court, In bankruptcy, by E. — Massey, assignee of the estate of said bank rupt, to sell the real estate belonging Co 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 ions who may be Interested in said estate, to ap pear before Register W W. Fo bes, at his of dce in the i-aid ciiv of Ricbmond, on tbe Ist day of March, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any you have, why sucb order should not be granted. E. W. MASSEY, fe 16—S2w Assignees. 11l THK lUMIIIi I COURT OF THK CM* TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir >r nia. In ihe matter of Thomas R. Beazley,bankrnpt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 3rd day of March, 1873. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice, that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, judge of —Id District Court, in Bankruptcy, by O H. Wendlinger, 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 aforesaid, for all per sons who may be interested In said estate, to ap- Ear before Register W. W Forbes, at his ofllce the said city of Richmond, on the 20th y of March, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, If any they have, why such order should not be granted. O. H. WENDLINGER, mh 3—M2w Assignee IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Henry O. Moss, bankrnpt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 3rd day of March, 1873. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by C. H. Wendlinger, 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 is the terms of said petition an order has been is-ued by tbe Judge aforesaid, for all per sons who may be Interested in said estate, to ap pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at nis office, in the said city of Richmond, on the 20th day ol March, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause, if any you have, why such order should not be granted. C. H. WENDLINGER, mh 2—M'iw Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of Richard D. Wills, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 3rd day of March, 1873. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Please take notice that a petition has been pre sented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge of sold District Court, to Bankruptcy, by O. H. Wendlinger, assignee of the estate of said bankrui t, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum brances thereon This is to give notice to all persons interested, that in the terms of said petition an order has been Issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood Judge aforesaid, for all persons who may be In terested In said estate, to appear before Regis ter W. W. Forbes, at his office In the said city of Richmond, on the 20th day of March, 1873, at 10 o'clock, A. .M., and show cause, if any you have, why such order should not be granted. C. 11. WENDLINGER, mh 3 -M2w Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of P. D. Riley, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 16th day of February, 1673. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I Please take notice, that a petition has been presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge of said District Court ta Bankruptcy, by E. W. Massey, assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum brances hereon. This is to give notice to all persons interested. that in the terms of said petition, an order hoe been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all pet sons who may be interested in said estate, to ap pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at bis office in ihe said city of Richmond, on the Ist clay of March, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause If any you have why such order should not be granted. E. W. MASSEY, fe 16—S2w Assignee. 4643 IN THE DISTRICT —»URT OF THE UNI TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir ginia. In the matter of Richard D. Wills, bank rupt—ln bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 20th day of February, 1673. _ To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned. O. H Wendlinner, of Riobinond Va., hereby gives notice of hiß appointment as assignee of the estate of Richard D. Wills, of Amelia county said district, who was on the 2Sthday of Jan. A. I), 1873, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said dlstriot Dated Richmond, February 20,1872. O. H. WENDLINGER, fe 22—Saw Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE X UNITED STATES for the Eastern District ol Virginia. In the matter of Charles M. Wallace vs. Armistead & Peek, bankrupis—ln bankrupicy. At Richmond, Va., ihis 2ulh day of Feb'y, 1873. To whom it May i Joncern : —The undersigned, Wm. B. 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