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THE VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAI
SPECIAL TEEMS FOR THE CAMPAMU
EITRAORDINARY PREMIUMS
Candidates fo.' the Senate and Honse of Dele
gates especially should avail themselves of thii
opportunity to increase the circulation of THE
JOURNAL, and to advance their own Interests
and that of the entire Republican State ticket.
DAILY, In Clubs of IO or more for S months,
fl 35 each.
Ka.m-WF.EKLV. In Clubs of SO or more for
.T months, 110 cents each.
WEEKLY, in Clubs of 60 or more fir 8
months,2s cents each.
Clnbs can be made up irom as many different
postoflTces as lliere are names sent ln. Let
every friend of the Republican party In the
State go io work at once. Who will be the
first •
PREMIUM*).
To any senatorial district sending us 300
subscribers for THE WEEKLY, we will add
100 COPIES for FREE distribution during the
campaign.
INFORMATION TO VOTERS.
DAY OF ELECTION.
The election occurs on the 4th day ot
November, it being the first Tuesday after
the first Monday in the month.
VOTERS
must be male citizens, twenty-ono years
of age, resident in the stato twelve months,
in the election district three months, and
duly registered. The following persons only
are'disqualified. First, Idiots and lunatics.
Second, Persons convicted of bribery in
any election, embezzlement of public funds,
treason, or felony. Third. All persons
who havo sent or accepted a challenge to
fight a duel, or aided or assisted in any
manner in fighting a duel, since the adop
tion of the present constitution
Polls nrj opened at sunriso and closed at
■timet.
The ballot must be ono whito paper
ticket, and contain on its faco the names of
the candidates, written or printed, for
whom tho elector wishes to vote, and des
ignating tho office for which the elector
wishes them chosen. If a vote be chal
lenged, the voter is required to swear that
ho has the qualifications stated above;
that he is duly registered in his own pro
per namo; that ho is tho person he repre
sents himself to be, and that he has net
already voted at the present election.
REGISTRATION.
The above are all the points needed to be
observed, except the vitally important re
quirements of Registration and Transfer,
which however are few and simple. Every
voter on coming of age, or completing tho
required term of residence in his state and
voting precinct, should go to the liegistrar
(there is one at every voting place) and
see to it personally that he is regularly
registered, giving under oath his name, age,
occupation and tho length of time of Tiis
residence in the state, county, city or
town ; if in a city, giviug the name of the
street and number of tho house where he
resides. This may bo done on tho
second Tuesday in May of each year
at every voting precinct in the state, and
on any day previous to ten days before the
election in November in the country. In the
cities and towns of over two thousand in
habitants the registrars may sit three days
for purposes of registration ten days before
each election. Put the voter to be safe
ought to perfect his registration on the first
day of the sittintr of the registrars, which
they are required by law to advertise for
ten days, by posting written or printed no
tices at ten or more public places in each
precinct before each sitting.
TRANSFERS.
Whenever a voter changes his residence
he may get from the registrar of tho dis
trict from which ho moves a certificate
lhat he was there duly registered, and
that on his rcmovnl his name had been
erased from the registration books. Such a
St.ificato is what is known as a transfer,
is transfer may be presented to the
registrar of the district to which
the voter has moved at any time even on
the day of election in the country. But in
cities or towns containing over two thou
sand inhabitants, it must be presented on the
tenth day preceding tho election, or ir the
registrars sit so long on tho two following
days above named, preceding the election,
lit is believed that the above contains all
the inlormation needed for the most care
less voter. m
REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
Adopted I minimi. nsl.v by tho Ili-piili
llcim Ntnte t'oiiventloai, at Lynch
burir, July :10th, 1873.
The Republicans of Virginia, in state
convention assemled, do now formerly
announce their principles to the voters of
the commonwealth. They reaffirm and reit
erate their platform of 1572. They en
dorse and approve the administration of
President Grant in the past, and pledge it
their support for the future.
TAXATION.
We are in favor of the ad valorem
system of taxation, as adopted by
the state convention, as the only just and
equitable system, and pledge ourselves to
its support and enforcement.
The tide-water population of the state
have paid without complaint the taxes
necessary for the support of the state
debt contracted for public improvement,
from which they derive no local advantage,
and are entitled to demand a repeal of any
law levying a tax upon any interest or
property not general in this common
wealth.
Resolved, That the Republican patty of
Virginia, through its representatives in the
state and national government, recommend
the total abolition of the tax on tobacco as
soon as it can be done without detriment
to the national finances.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT.
The greatest good tor the greatest
number, being one of the principles of
Republicans, we aro in favor of such a
system of public improvement as shall
best secure that result. The necessities of
not only Virginia, but of the whole coun
try demand increased facilities for cheap
transportation. We are therefore in favor
of the early completion of tho James
Kiver and Kanawha canal, and call
upon the Congress of the United States to
take this matter iuto consideration at the
next session, and make an appropriation for
the same. Pelieving it to be a national ne
cessity, it should be a national highway.
We pledge the Republicans of Virginia to
use every endeavor to secure its early com
pletion. Wo also favor such a liberal
system of railroad improvement as shall
tend to develop all sections of our state,
and we call upon the voters of this com
monwealth to unite with us in securing
these desired results.
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
The Republican party of Virginia, in
common with the national Republican par
ty, is opposed to all forms of repudiation,and
favor such a financial policy as shall tend to
the payment of the public debt of the state
without being oppressive upon her citizens.
We regard the expenses of our state gov
ernment as disproportioned to the available
resources of the people, and demand that
they shall bo made more fully to confirm
thereto. We disapprove all extra com
pensation, and favor economy in govern
ment, state and national: that we deem
the act ..flown as tho "funding bill" as
mpohtic, umnst and oppressive, and en
acted solely m the interest of bondholders,
regardless of the condition of the state re
sources ; and we are in favor of and
demand the submission of the question of
the financial obligation of West Virginia to
Virginia to the supreme court of tho United
States for decision.
MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT.
Wo are in favor of the development
of the material resources ot our state,
which, urder the rule of tho Conservative
party and its predecessors, have lain dor
mant. The mines of coal, iron and other
minerals, the vast water-power, and the
many other material resources of tho
state, which exist in rich profusion on every
hand, need but enterprise and capital to
devolop them, and thus make Virginia one
of the greatest manufacturing states in the
Union. To this end, wo are in favor of
such liberal legislation as shall tend to en
cmrge the investment of capital in mining
and manufacturing operations, and of gen
eral laws of incorporation, together with
such a liberal spirit on the part of our peo
ple as shall invito men of enterprise to
come and dwell among us.
REFORM IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF
JUSTICE.
We are in favor of reform in the
administration of justice in this state, and
an enforcement of tho state constitution in
this respect, which will secure impartial
justice, to all, irrespective of race, color,
condition or political sentiment.
We favor the election of tho president,
vice-president, and all other officers of the
government, as far as the di
rect vote of the people.
ARBITRATION.
We approvo and endorse the noble
and humane policy inaugurated by Gene
ral (.rant's administration, whereby all
international disputes shall be made the
subject of arbitration, thereby preventing
the dread havoc of war.
FEDERAL COURTS OPEN TO ALL.
■ The Federal courts should be accessible
in all tho states, to all citizens on appeal
for redress of wrongs or protection of
rights, in cases, where, upon a proper
showing, equity demands it.
REFORM IN STATE LAWS.
We demand reform in stato laws in
order to secure fair elections, by tho
abolition of partisan supervisors, to enable
every voter to exercise the right of suf
frage according to the dictates of his own
conscience.
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Chairman—Richard H. Carter, of Fauquier.
Secretary—John K. Popham.of Richmond city.
First District.—P. J. Carter, Northampton; T.
J. Hill, King William, and R. I). Beckly, Alexan
dria.
Second District.—John F. Desendorf, Norfolk;
liiit'us S. Jones, Elizabeth City; and John M.
Dawson, Williamsburg.
Third District. — I_<a.--lt Burgess, Lardon Boyd,
Richmond; and E. K. Kane.
Fourth District.—George W. Graham, Notto
way ; J. P. Evans, Petersburg ; and Joseph Jor
genson, Prince Edward.
Fifth District.—Judge L. M. Shnmaker, Dan
ville; G. W. Finney, Franklin, and Hamilton
Aldermaun, Carroll.
Sixth District.—G. V. Case, Bedford; W. P.
Brinton, Nelson, and R. R. Alexander Rock
bridge.
Seventh District.—S. M. Yost, Staunton; Hen
ry Tnrnln, Goochland, and W. T. Coleman.
Eighth District.—E. C. Johnson, Madison; J.
H. Deane, Frederick, and S E. Chamberlayne.
Ninth District.—George S. Smith, Smythe;
O. T. Egbert, Washington county, and J. B.
Frier, Roanoke.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Chairman.—Judge Alfred Morton ;
Secretary Ex-Ofßcto.—Colonel John R. Pop
ham ;
Rush Burgess and J. A. Taj'lor, of Richmond ;
Hon. j. B. Sener, Frederickßbnrg ; lion. J. 11.
Clements, Portsmouth; Hon. G. W. Graham,
Nottoway; ;W. P. Brinton, Nelson; W. P.
Moseley, Goochland; S. E Chamberlayne,
Loudcun ; Dr. John Walsh, Wytheville.
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,
In charge of tho Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and
Ninth Congressional Districts, except, Flu
vanna and Goochland counties.
Chairman.—Everett W. Early ;
Secretary.—Frank J. Bramhall, P. O. Box
520, Lynchburg, Va.;
Assistant Secretary.—J. B. Work;
Treasurer—John F. Wilson. .
Rooms : Over the Lynchburg National Bank
AGRICULTURAL, liai-LERIENTS,
The firm of Watt 4 Knight having been dis
solved on the Ist October, 1572, Manfred Call,
(my son-in-law) Is now an equal partner with
me under the style of WATT A 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 th..n ever,
recommend It to the farming community every
where. GEOROE Watt.
THE
WATT PLOW
EVER TRIUMPHANT ; AND THE
CUFF BRACE PLOW,
of all sizes, from one to four horses.
WHEAT DRILLS, very superior; HAR
ROWS, CULTIVATORS, nnd all kinds of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS for salo on the
best terms.
Send for circulars.
je 26—d sw-wS— WATT A GALL.
WORTH AUD BEAUTY
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
and the Chromo
YO SEMITE.
Having control of the magnificent Oil Chromo,
YO SEMITE, we are ablo to olfer a combination
of literary and ai'tistio work of gonuluo worth,
and at prices unprecedented.
This fine copy of a piece of Nature's grandest
work is not presented iv the usual limited style,
its dimensions 11x20, making a picture of very
desirable size, in itself an ORNAMENT TO THE
ROOM by its presence. But few copies of this
beautiful Chromo will bo allowed to go to the re
tail stores, and thoso will bo sold at their actual
RETAIL PKICE, (0,000, while if ordered in con
nection with our Magazine, both will be fur
nished for
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS.
As a premium tho picture may be obtained by
sending us TWO SI'BSCRIBERS for the Maga
zine at Sum each, or by subscribing for the Mag
azine two years iv advance, at $1.00 per annum.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE,
Newburg, New York.
8. E.Shutes, Publisher. se 8
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PRIVATE SALES.
FOR KALE CHEAP, AP,
ON LONG TIME, __
one of tho BEST FARMS in Fairfax County
Two-thirds open land, one-third good young
TIMBER, Oak and Pine.
New HOUSE of seven rooms, modern built;
well, stables, tobacco barn, and several tenant
houses.
This farm contains about SIX HUNDRED
ACRES, and borders the Potomac River nearl
three-fourths of a mile. The soil is dry loam,
with a few sandy spots ; adapted especially to
frass, corn, tobacco, trucking, and fruit-growing,
t would make a flno DAIRY FARM.
It Is located twenty-two miles south of Wash
ington, near a steamboat landing, and four
miles from a station on the railroad from Wash
ington and Richmond, and acljoining the land
of Colonel Edward Daniels. Good fishing privi
leges, and neighborhood pleasant,
PRICE: *13,(XK1. Enquire at
de 20— tf STATE JOURNAL OFFICE.
MUNSON HILL NURSERIES^
A large stock of FRUIT AND ORNAMEN
TAL TREES FOR SALE, small fruits, 4c.
Apple trees, *ift per 100; per 1,0110, *lvi
Peach trees, *lv per 100, per 1,000 $80, 2 (10(1
♦70 per 1,00(1, 6,000 too per 1,000. Dwarf Pears.
a. 25 per llio. Standard Pears, $40 per 100.
Send for Catalogue, and address
I). O. MUNSON,
Falls Church, Fairfax County, Va.
jyls—dawawtf
SPECIAL NOTICB.
TO ALL PERSONS WISHING FIRE IN
SUHANCE-THE RICHMOND BANKING
AND INSURANCE COMPANY offer Induce
ments unsurpassed by any safe company, to In
sure against loss by tire of all kin as of property.
They ask of their friends and ttoepub.lc to give
them a call before insuring elsewhere.
(JoDsult your own Interest and lusure with us
J. B. Davis, President.
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\ STATE JOURNAL FOR 1873
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>
1 We call the attention of our friends
throughout tho State to the very liberal
terms upon which tho STATE JOUR
t NAL is offered for 1873. and the extraor
dinary inducements to form clubs, espe
\ cially for our Semi-Weekly and Week
ly editions.
r Clnbs can be made np from as many
, different postottices as there are names,
, which can he sent in. with the cash, as
r fast as obtained, and when completed tho
, extra copy will be forwarded to any ad
, dress named.
, Make np a Club at once, or send in your
['• name. Remember that $5 will pay for
. six conies of the Weekly for one year,
, and $10 will pay lor ten oopies of the
! Weekly and one copy of tne Semi
i Weekly for ono year, and for every ten
. subscribers for one year to Semi-Week
i ly or twenty subscribers for one year to
Weekly, we will give a copy of the
, "Groat Industries of the United
States," worth 93.50.
VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL
FOR IST'S.
THE CHEAPESfjND THE BEST.
Three _t__itloii_. j
DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY.
CIRCULATION AS GREAT AS ANY
POLITICAL PAPER PUBLISHED
IN THE STATE.
MORE SPACE DEVOTED TO AG
RICULTURE, HORTICULTURE,
MANUFACTURES AND THE
DEVELOPEMENT OF THE
MINERAL RESOURCES
OF VIRGINIA THAN
IN ANY OTHER
POLITICAL PA
PER IN THE
STATE.
Siif.iitioii cobles of either Edition sent
free upon application.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTIONS:
Daily, 1 year... $6.00
Semi-Weekly, 1 year it.SO
Weekly, 1 year l.r»0
CI.TJB RATES :
DAILY.
5 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 samo
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, lyear 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.
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIO.
800 PAOES. SSO ENGRAVINGS.
A sturning expose of Medical Humbugs of the
past and present. It ventilates I)ua( Us, Impos
tors, Travelling Doctors, Patent Medicine Ven
ders, Noted Female Cheats, Fortune Tellers nnd
Mediums, and gives interesting accounts of
Noted Physicians and Narratives of their lives.
It reveals startling secrets and instructs all how
to avoid the ills which flesh Is heir to. We give
exclusive territory and liberal commissions. For
circulars and terms address the publishers.
J. B. BURR A HYDE,
Hartford, Conn., or Chioauo, 111,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
GREAT INDUSTRIES
OF THE UNITED STATES.
1300 pages and 500 Engravings, printed in
English and German. Written by 30 Emi
nent Authors, Including John B. Gough,
Hon. Leon Case, Edward Howland,
Rev. E. Edwin Hall, Philip
Ripley, Albert Brisbane,
Horace Greeley,
Eta.
This work is a complete history of all branches
of Industry, processes of manufacture, etc., in ,
all ages. It Is a complete encyclopedia of arts
and manufactures, and Is the most entertaining
and valuable workof Information on subjects of
general Interest ever offered to the public. We
give our agents the exclusive right of territory.
One of our agents sold 133 copies in eight days,
another sold 36ft in two weeks. Our agent ln
Hartford sold 307 in one week. Specimens of
the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp.
For circulars and terms to agents address the
publishers, J. B. BURR Ik HYDE, !
HARTFORD, Conn., or Cuioauo, 111.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
UNCIVILIZED RACES OF MEN '
IN ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD. j
Being a Comprehensive Account of their Man ]
ners and Customs, and of their Physical,
Social, Mental, Moral, and Reli
gious Characteristics. j
By REV. 3. ii. WOOD, M. A . F. L. S. I
500 Engravings, 1500 Super Royal Octavo
Pages in two Volumes, or two
Volumes in one. 1
Agents are making over 8100 per week in |
selling this work. An early application will
secure a choice of territory. For terms address
the publishers. J. B. BURR A HYDE,
Hartford, Conn., or Chioauo, 111
IMPORTANT TO FRUIT-GROWERS.
SOMETHING RARE I
BEST FRUIT CRATE KNOWN I I
Tho "CLIFTON FRUIT CRATE," of which
E. !■■ Oeorgia A Co. are the patentees, la pro
nounced by the Potomac Fruit-Growers' Soci
ety the best one known to them. It is now
manufactured at Clifton and at Accotlnk, Fair
fax county, Virginia ; but tho demand Is so
great for this light, useful and popular article,
that those factories cannot begia to supply the I
demand, and Messrs. E. 11. Georgia It Co. are
ready to make liberal terms for right of patent
to those who may desire to manufacture at any
other locality.
Call or address the patentees, at Clifton, Fair
fax county, Va. an ti—.ll mw.Hn.
COMPRESSED AIK PATENT RIGHTS
NOTIOF.,
:
The Invention of DR. ROYCE FOR THE
PRODUCTION, STORING, AND TRANS
MITTING POWER, etc., by compressed air j
aUo for destroying yellow fever on Ships, in
hospitals, for Ventilation, etc., have been proved
to be the only successful inulliods, where pu
ping macinery Is used.
Notice is hereby given that the management
and control of these patents has been placed ln
my hands wilh the sole power of License or
Sale. Persons and Corporations desirous of '
using Compressed air as a Motive Power, or for
Ventilation, etc., may obtain full information of
the title and details of the patent, by applying i
for Oopies at the Patent Otnce. The reissues
are numbered .'.'Jul and 6,202, and for terms of
use by addressing me, P. O. Box 107(1, or 66
Liberty street, New York.
fe l*-«owlv HORACE 11. DAT.
ASSETS .. .9115,000 00.
WM. D. RICE, Prrsidrnt.
L H. MOTLEY, Sicrrtart.
FIREMEN'S AND MER
CHANTS' INSURANCE CO.
PETERSBURG, VA.
ASSETS. OVER 0100,000.
J. ANDREW WHITE. Prrsidrnt.
•T. B. STEVENS. SacRRTART.
6EHEBAL AGENTS FOB VIRGINIA OF TBE
BROOKLYN LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
WM. M. COLE, O. W. BOUOK,
Srcrrtart. Prrsidrnt. .
ASSETS 02,000, (KM), ,
AND RAPIDLY INCREASING. ,
•40,000 IN VIRGINIA REGISTERED
BONDS DEPOSITED WITH TREAS
URER OF VIRGINIA FOR I
SECURITY OF VIR- 1
GINIA POLICY- ]
HOLDERS. I
LIFE POLICIES Issued on the most approv )d 1
plans, with the MOST LIBERAL
FEATURES. 1
NO CHARGE FOR POLICY OR STAMP.
The guarantee of A CASH SURRENDER 1
VALUE TO EVERY PARTICIPATINO
POLICY, -the amount of which Is definitely
stated In dollars and cents, and Is endorsed on
i'.'uTi iiolicy_]wlii'ii issued.
GOOD LIFE AGENTS WANTED
everywhere In Virginia, who will be liberally
dealt with.
THOMAS St. A LFRIEND „ SON. ,
c 27— dSm 1
918 .MainEStreet,
THREE 'DOORS: BELOW THE STATE
.BUILDING.
s
Has now on hand the largest and most com
plete stockVif
SHEET MUSIO] I
to be found lv the city, and Is constantly re
ceiving the latest publications ; all of which he
is offering at retail for one-fourth less than '
publishers' prices.
MUSIC from any catalogue ln the United
States or Europe ordered, and the same discount
allowed. i
Also on hand a large lot of DAMAGED
MUSIC, which I am selling at three, five, and
ten cents per sheet.
The largest and greatest variety of i
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
south ol,Haltiuiiiri-, consisting |in part of
ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS. GUITARS,
CONOERTENAS. DRUMS, FIFES,
FLUTES, BANJOS, Ac,
which I am selling at less than New York
prices. i
Also on hand and constantly receiving the t
a test
MAGAZINES, NOVELS, NEWSPAPERS
*o, BOOKS, STATIONERY, CARD ,
AND STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, i
FANCY ARTICLES,
PLAYING CARDS. PICTURE FRAMES.
«_.. AT.LOWEST PRICES.
Call and be convinced. Subscriptions re
ceived to all publications at publishers' prices.
Teachers will be allowed one-third discount on
all orders for Sheet Music.
Orders from the country solicited and prompt
ly filled by return mall.
is 27 da.iwtl
Offers a quiet and pleasant retreat to all who
seek rest and recreation in the country. The
location Is about
Twenty Miles Below
Washington, Near
Mt- Vernon-
The House and Oround.i are elevated, and
command a magnificent view of the Potomac
River and the fine Bay of Bellevoir. The
Waters aro very clear, and furnish unrivaled
facilities for SAILING, ROWING BATHING,
and water sports generally.
The Soil is .well drained, diversified by hills,
valleys, deep gorges, clear streams, and the
finest springs in this portion of Virginia. There
are stretches of Open Land, alternating with
Nellie Forests, which abound with Game. Ex
tensive Orchards and Vineyards afford fruit of
all kinds In abundance.
The Water of the Is of the very best
quality.
The Climate Is free from the extremes of cold
and heat, nnd will be found well adapted to
persons troubled with lung and throat diseases.
Da. HACHENBERG will receive at THE
HOME such Invalids as require the recuperative
aid of change of air, and the Influence of a
COOD CLIMATE
and intelligent treatment. He will make a, \
specialty of Chronic Difficulties of the Lungs,
Liver and Kidneys, In which he;(has had large
experience.
THE RUSSIAN AND lURKISH
BATH,
111 an Improved form, will bo administered.
THE PINE WATER BATH
found bo valuable in Europe, will be given.
This bath promises great results In
TREATING A LtBOE CLASS OF
CHRONIC DISEASES,
and Is for the first time Introduced here.
Persons who seek to escape from care and
overwork at the Capital will find this retr-iat a
delightful one, where the fresh country air and
country luxuries can bo enjoyed without di.itaut
travel. It Is the desire of Doctor and Mrs.
Hachenberg lo make tbelr gnests feel at home]!
while they secure the
THE BEST OF MEDICAL ATTEDANCE
and treatment of sick. The place is accessible
dally from Washington by the Mt. Vernon
Steamer "ARROW," Captain Fbahr Hollikos-
HSAn. Also by rail from Washington and Rich
mond.
Dr. H. has hod an exlunded civil and military
praotice. He refers by permission to Hon. W.
D. Kelley, or Philadelphia; Judge Edmunds
aud Professor William Saunders, of Washing
ton, and Colonel Edward Daniels, of the Rich
mond Stats Ji.rH.iAi..
Correspondence is invito 1 with such as seek
a summer or winter retratu for rest and treat
ment.
. n.NKitrrT notices. .
• TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THK CM-
X TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of Cyrns S. Gordy, a bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
Thomas W. Taylor, of Accomac connly and
State ot Virginia, hsreby gives notice of his
appointment as assignee of the estate ot Cyras
Cyras H. Gordy, of Accomac co. in said district,
and who was to-wit, on the 20th day of May,
a. d., 1873, adjudged a bankrupt ii|>on the peti
tion of himself, by iho District Court of the Uui
tlH ; Stales, for said district '
i i| H ,'"U at Acomac connly, June 10 1873.
THOMAS W. TAYLOR,
or 111— iP"; S-sslgnoc.
491 D
THIS IS TO «IVE NOTICE—That on Ihe
28th dny of June, a. d., IS7B, a warrant
In bankruptcy was Issued out of the District
Court of the Uniieu Stales for the En stern
District of Va , against the estate of (ieorgc
Tyler, of Caroline county and State of
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition: that th» payment ol any
debt*, and the delivery or any property belonging
to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, anil t lie
transfer of any property by him, are tbrbidden
by law; that a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will be
held nt at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden
nt Richmond, Va., before W. TV. Forbes, esq.,
register, on the Ist day of Nov'ter, a. d.,
1873, at 10 o'clock a. m.
DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 13—M2w U. S. Marshal.
Mtt
THiS IS TO (iIVI. NOTICE—That on Hie
6th day of October, a. d„ 1873, a warrant
vs. bankruptcy was issued out of the District
Court of the United States for the Eastern Dis
trict of Virginia, against the estate of Richard
E. Boulware, of Caroline co'ty and State nf Vn.,
who tuts been adjudged bankrupt on his ..in
petition:—That the payment of any debts, and
the delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans
fer of any property by him, are forbidden by
law: —That a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or
more assignees of his estale, will be held at a
court of bankruptcy, to be holden at Rich
mond, Va., before W. w. Forbes esq., register, on
tho Ist day of November, a. d., 1873, ut 1(1
o'clock n. m. DAVID B. PARKER.
oc IS—Maw US, Marshal
MM
TITHIS IS TO HIVE NOTICE—That ou the
A oth of October, a. d., 1879, a warrant
In bankrnpu" v WR s Issued out of Ihe District
Conrt of the Tin' ted Stales for tho Eastern Dis
trict of Virginia, against the esiate of
G. A. Relnhardt,oof' f lhe county of Henrico
and State of Yin,"" 1 '- -1 . who "as been
adjudged a bankrupt ,v* his own petition ;
lhat the payment of a.T debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt, to hlin or for his "-<"• a " li llie
transfer of any property by him, n,e forbidden
by law; that ameettng of tho cre.ll'nrs o{ * a ™
bankrupt, to prove their debts and eh oo*R one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at R,'<—moiid,
Virginia, before W. W. Forbes, esq., agis
ter, on the Ist day of Nov'ber, a. d, If-' 3 , *T
10 o'clock a. m. DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 13—M2w U. S. Marshal.
5032
THIS ISTOGIIVI. NOTICE—Thai o.i the i'tll
day of Oct., 1873, a warrant in bankruptcy
was issued out of the District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Eastern District of Virginia
against the estate of Joseph T. 1 _yne, of Oil -
peper county and State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his- own peti
tion; that tile payment of any debts, a til Hie deliv
ery of any property belonging lo said 1 niikriipi, to
him or for his use, _id the trausier of any
property by htm, are forbidden by ,'w; that
a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose one or inoi "c assign
ees of his estate, will be held at a conrt ->t bank
ruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Vi'rsluia,
before w. W. Forbes, esq., register, im the
Ist day of Nov'ber, a. d., 1573, at lo o'clock a. m.
DAVrbH. PARKER.
oc 13 -M2w U. ,s. Man- J.
SUM
THIS IS TO HIVE NOTIVK—That on the
Oth day of Oclob'r, a. d., 1873, a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued out of the District Conrt
of the United States for the Eastern District of
Va., against the estate of Newton B. Faut. of
Culpeper county and State ot Virginia, who
has been ailjudged a bankrupt on bis own peti
tion : That the payment of any debts, and tho
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for liis use, and the transfer of
any property by him, are forbidden by law i—
Thata meeting a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a i
court of bankruptcy, to be holden al. the regis
ter's office, Richmond, Virginia, before W. W.
Forbes, esq., register, on the Ist day of
November, a. d , 1873, at 10 o'clock a, in.
DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 13 -M2w U. S. Marshal.
4314
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern Distilet of Vir
ginia.
Iv the matter of Sidney Bolt, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 12lh day of July, a. d., 1.373.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
J»lease to lake notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the ISth day of July,
a. d.. 1873, filed in said Distiict Court by Sidney
Bott, of Chestcrlleld county in said district,
who has been heretofore duly declared bank
mpt under the act of Congress entitled "An Act
to establish a uniform system ot bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved March
2d, 1967, for a discharge and certillcate thereon
from, all his debts and other claims provable un
der said act, and that the Ist day of Nov'ber, a.
d. 1878, ut lo o'clock a. m., before W. W. Forbes*
one of the registers of said court in bank
ruptcy, at his office In Richmond, in sold 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 second
and third meetings of the creditors of the said .
bankrupt will be lield at thesame limenni! place .
W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy
oc 13—M2w f°r 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
IN THE DISTRICT COURTOF THE UNI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District of Vir
ginia. '
In the matter of _"_tlerson, Madi.-on & 00. vs.
John A. Marks, mdii idually anil as one of the '
firm of Marks A Byrne',, bankrupts.
At Richmond, on the T3lh day of Oct., a. d ,
1873. \
TO WHOM IT MAY :
Please to take notice hereby, That ;v lietilion
has been to-wit: on the 131.ii ,Tay of October,
1873, filed in said District Court b y J:,hn A.
Marks, of Dinwiddle county in ' 'aid district,
who hits been heretofore duly declar. "J bankrupt
under tho act of Congress entitled " *J> act to
•stablish a uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved -Kirch
Id, 1867, for a discharge and certificate i heieof .
from all his debts and other claims proval.'e tin
der said act, and thai the Ist day of Nov'ber, ;'t
d., 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m., before W. W. Forbes,
one of the registers of said court In bank-- T
ruptcy, at his office iv Richmond, in said dis
trict, is the time and place assigned for the hear- r
Ing of the same, when and whore you may ut
tend nnd show cause, if any you have, why the %
prayer of the said petition should not be granted, a
You are also hereby notified, that the second ' o
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank- J
rupt will be held at the same time and place. d
W. W. FORBES, A
Register in Bankruptcy fur tin- ;!
oc 13-M2w 3d Cong'l Hist, of Va. T
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THK UNI- ,
TED STATES for the Eastern DUtrlct of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of S. E. Patterson, a bankrupt
—ln bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., tills 13th day of Oc'o- _.
ber 1873. I
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice thai a petition lias been pre- ~
sented to the Hon. John C. Underwood, Judge
of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by ■*
R. B. Berkeley, assignee of the estate of £
said bankruy t, to sell the real estate belonging to f
said bankrupt free from all liens and encum- l \
brances thereon. s
This is to give notice to all persons interested, ['
that in the terms of said petition an order has l
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- __
terW. W. Forbes, at his office in the said city
of Richmond, on the loth day of Nov'ber, 1873, ,
at 10 o'clock, a. m., and show cause, if any
you have, why such order should not be granted. ~
R. B. BERKELEY, ■
QCI3—M2W Assignee. _
4982 1
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir- "
ginia. i
In the matter of Bernard Loper, bankrupt—
in bankrnptcy. •
At Richmond, on the 29Lh day of Sept'ber, }
1873. a
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : ■
Please to take notice, hereby that a petition
has been, to wit: on ilie 20th day of sept'r,
1873, filed in said Distiict Court by Bernard
Loper, of Richmond Va; In said district, who
has been heretofore duly declared bankri.pt under >
actof Congress ci. i■ >i ' 4 An net to establish a I
uniform system ot bankruptcy throughout the \
United States," approved March 2d, 1607, for a
discharge and certillcate thereof, from all his —
debts and other cla!ms provable under said act,
and that the 14th; day of Oct'ber, a. d., 187S 1!
at 10 o'clock a. ro., before W. W. Forbes, one
of the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at
his office ln Richmond lv said district, is the n
time and place assigned for the hearing of the V
same; when and where you may attend and a
show cause, If any you have, why the prayer o
of the said petition should not begranted. v
You are also hereby notified that the second II
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank- tl
rupt will be held at the same time aud place. S
W. W. FORBES,
Register ln Bankruptcy for the II
» so 30—Tu2w r3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
■HSHH_--_-_—«»—-"-■■_■■_-■■■■__.
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
• $m
t rilillS IS TO OIVK NOTICK-Thnt on (He
X 3d day of Oclober, a. d., 1871, a warrant
' In bankruptcy was issued out of the District
Court of the United Stales for the Eastern Dis
• trict of Virginia, against the estate of W. (1. I.
Frayser, of llenrico county and Slate of Vii
> ginia. who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
I his own petition :—that the payment of nn>
p debts, and the delivery of any projierly belong
. ing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and
■ Ihe transfer nf any properly hy him. are foi
liiililen by law :—that a meeting of the creditor.
of *ald bankrupt, to prove their debts ami
choose one or more assignees of his estate, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be
holden at Richmond, Va.. berore WW. Forbes,
esquire, register, on the Ist d ly of No\'oer, a,
d., 187.1, at 10 o'clock a. m.
DAVID 11. PARKER,
oc 10—F2w U.S. Marshal.
«Jio
rpillS IS TO OIVE NOTICK.-Thaion the
X 2»!h day of Sept'ber, n. d., 1873, a warrant
In bankruptcy was Issued out of the IMstrict
Courtof tho United States for the Eastern Hi
Met of Virginia, against the estale of It. K.
Stunt, of AeoomtM county and Stale of Vlr
ginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition: That the payment of any
debts, and the delivery ol nny property belong
ing to said bankrupt to him or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him, are forbidden
by law ; That a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts anil choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a
courtof bankruptcy, to be holdeu at Petersburg,
Va., before J. L. Waterman, esq., register, on
the Uth day of October, a. d., 1873, at lo
o'clock a. m.
DAVID H. PARKER,
oc 3-F2w IT. S. Marshal.
(Alls
rlllllS IS TO (HIVK NOTICE—That on the
X 29th day of Sept., 1873 a warrant in bank
ruptcy was issued out of the District Court ot
the United States for the Eastern District of
Va., against the estate of Robert S. (Tlenii'
of Nottoway county anil State of Vir
ginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on
his owu petition : That the payment of any
debts, and the delivery of any property belong
ing to said bankrupt, to hini or for Ins us.'
and the transfer of any property by bhn, is
forbidden by law : That ainceting of the credi
tors of said bankrupt, to pfovo their debts, and
choose one or more assignees of liis estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Petersburg, Va, before J. 1.. Water
nan, esq., register.on the Ir.tli .lay of October,
a. d., 1873, at In o'clock a. m.
DAVID II PARKER,
oc 3—V2w U. S. Marshal
-4777
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUT. UNI
TED STATES for tha Eastern Distiict of
Virginia
In the matter of Joseph Kampner, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the ti:h day of October,
a. d., 1673.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Pleaso to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 6th day of October,
1873, filed in said District court by J. Kampner,
of Richmond, city, in said district, who has
been heretofore duly declared bankrupt under
acl of Congress entitled "An act to establl-h a
uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the
United States," approved Maivh 2d, 1867, for a
discharge and certificate thereof, from alt her
debts aud other claims provable under said act,
and that ti—;..)lli day of October, a. d , 1873, at
10 o'clock a. —~ 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 heat ing of
the same; when and where you may attend
and show cause, if any you have, why Ibe
prayer of the said petition shuni! no*., he granted.
Yon are also hereby untitled, that the second
aiwl third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will In* hel.l at. ihe same time anil
place. W. W. FORBES,-
Register in Bankruptcy for
oc7—Tn'.w theSd Onng'J Pint, of Yd _
4MO
IN Tilt.: DISTRICT COURT (IK Till. UNI
TE!! STATE:-- (or the Eastern liisirict of Vir
ginia
In the matter of James N. Goddin, bankrupt
—'Vi bankruptcy.
At#V/:h—ond, this 29th day of September, 1873.
TO WHtC'iVl IT MAY CONCERN :
Please t«. .take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, tvvi'.'t: on the 2»th day of Sept'r,
a. d. 1873, wm 'aid District Court ny James
N. Goddin, of N*..' Kent connty in aulddls
trlct, who has been (uaKtofore duly declared
bankrupt under lhe ttclottivgress entitled "An
act to establish:! jnore uiii(<>('ic system of bank
ruptcy throughout ihe Uult—TSelUs?," approved
March 2d, ISU7, lor ;i un-charge"4("u» certificate
t_ereol', from all bis debts and oihar C;u;r...
provable; under said act, anil that the 11th day
; of Oct'ber, a. d. 1573, at jo o'clock a. m , befoi*
VI. VV. Forbes, one of ihn registers ol said coin,,
iv fcaiikruptcy, at his office in Richmond, in
said district, is tin- time anil place assigned for
the hearing of the same, whi-u and where you
may attend and show cause, if any you have,
why lhe prayer ul thy .-.aid petition should not
be granted.
Yon are also hereby notified that the second
and third meetings oftl— creditors vi said bank
rupt will be behl at the same tune ami
W. W. FORBES.
Register in Bankruptcy for
kh3o—Tu2w the 3il Comr'l Dist. of Vn.
IN TUT: DISTRICT COURT OK THE UNI
TED STATKS for tho Eastein District of
Virginia.
lv the matter of John F. Taliaferro, a bank
rupt—iv bankruptcy.
At Riobmond. Va., this 17th day of Sept ,1573.
TO WHOM IT MAYCONCEKN :
Please lake notice lhat a petition has beeii
preseulcd lo the Hon John C. Underwood, juiige
of said DUtrlct Court in Bankrnptcy, by
L. L, Lewis, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to antl ihe real estate belong—.*: tos.-iid
bankrupt, lice fi.iut all liens aud encumbraiiies
thereon.
Tliis is to give notice to itlj 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
appear beforu Register W. W. Forbes, at his
oi'iee iv the saiii city ol Richmond, ou the 2.lth
day of Oct., 1873, at io o'clock a.m-, and show
cause, If any you have why such order should
not be granted. L. L. LEWIS,
oc 10—F2w Assignee.
aol
IN THE DISTRIUT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, for the Eastern District
of Virginia
In (ho matter of Benry Berger, as. O H.
Brautigam, a bankrupts—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this let day of Oct., 1873.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
C. H. Wendlinger, of Richmond, Henrico county,
Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment as assignees of the estate of O. H
Brautigam, of the county of Henrico in said
district; aud who was to wit: on the 11th day
of Aug., a. d, 1873, adjudged a bankrupt upon
the potiiiuii of himself, by the District Court of
the United States for said district.
Datedat Riobmond, the Ist day of Oct., a. d.
1573. 0. 11. WENDLINOER,
oo fl—M3w A silences
~~4i)li0
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES, for lhe —astern District ol
Virginia.
In the matter of .T. M. Holman, a bank
rup I—in banhruptci*.
To whom it may concern :—The undersigned,
Wm. il. Allderdlee, of Richmond cily in tha
and SfVWie of Virginia, heieby gives notice
of hi> iifppointment as ttssignee of lhe estate..!
J. M. Hwlu.au, of the county of Goochland in said
district; viu> was. to-wit, on tho Itith day ol
August, a. «'. 1873, adjudged a bankrupt upon
the petition of himself" by the District
Court of tho United Suites for said district.
Dated at _ .ieijiotfiul, the 6th day ot Oct., ad. *
1873. WM. H. ALDDERIiICE,
oc B—W3W * Assignee.
01.03
IN THE HtSTIiICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES tor Hie Eastern Die riet of
Virginia
In the niuvtler of John Dillon, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Ctoncem—The undersigned,
Joseph Jorgenson, of Petersburg, Va, hereby
gives notice ot his ai<]ioiai.jnent as assignee of the
estate of John Dillon, of Prince Edward co'ty
iv said distiict. and who want, on lhe 11th day of
Sept'ber, a. d. 1873, adjndged n, bankrupt on
his own petition, by the Dlstiicf. Court of the
United States for said district.
Dated Petersburg. Va., September 27, is 73.
JOSEPH JORGEN.Si IN,
se 9.0 —M3W A ssia-nee.
COOT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNl
ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of James M. Dillon, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned, Joseph Jorgenson, of Pe
tersburg city, Va., hereby gives notice of his
appointment as assignee of the estate of J.
M. Dillon, of l'r Edward county in said district,
who was, on the 11 tl) day of September, a. d
1873, adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition of
himself; by the District court of lhe Uniled
Stales, for said district.
Dated at Petersburg Va., Sept'ber 27,1873.
JOSEPH JORGENSON,
se 2i)-M3w Assignee.
4116 Ii
IN THK IMSTRICT COURTOF THK UNI
TED STATES, for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of Benson A Bonn, bankrupts
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this 6th day of Sept'r,
1573.
TO WHOM IT MAYCONCERN:
The nndertlgned, V. 11. Williams, of Rich
mond in the county of Henrico and State of
Virginia, hereby gives notice of his uppoitment
as assignee of the estate of Benson A Bonn,
of the county of Hour 100 in s iid District; and
who were to wit, on the lit* day of Aug, a. d.,
1873 ailjudged bankrupts uimn 'he petition of
themselves by the District Court of the United
States, for said di-trict.
Dated at Richmond, the .Ith day of Sept r, a. d.
1873. F. H. WILLIAMS,
seSH-W-lw Assignee.

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