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Wll I.N TO KECISTER.
Any person entitled to vote may, under
the law br it now stands, register his name
on tho Bccond Tuesday in May of each
year, in his proper voting precinct, and on
any thy thtreafhr prior to ten days before
the election in November. All voters should
sao that (heir names are registered on or
before the 24th of October next.
cioini'y politics!
Niisnoy Connly.
The Republicans of this county mot in
convention October 10th at their Cour.
bo_M and made the following nominations :
lor house of delegates, i, 11. Van Aukcn,
esq,; for sheriff, H. E. Thornton ; for com
monwealth's attorney, Charles L. Cocke;
for county treasurer. J. 11. Van Auken ;
lor superintendent or the poor, Monroo
Lowry: Hughes, Ramsdell and Fultz, tho
nnd the other Republican nominees will be
cordially suppcrUd in this county and get a
large majority,
(TMIIU. ITEM".
—The Second Baptist church in Philadel
phia has sold its church edifice lo a coin
- puny of Jews who stylo themselves "Men
of Truth."
—The secretary of the treasury, upon a
ease submitted to him, decides that a canal
boat is not subject to the United States in
spection laws, provided tho boat is naviga
ted exclusively in canals and on no other
waters.
—The oldest church in Philadelphia is
tlio Gloria Dei, which was elected in 1700,
on the same site as its predecessor, which
was built of logs, and served Iho double
pupose of a placo of worship nnd a defense
against the Indians.
—Arrangements aro about perfected be
tween the postal departments of tho United
Slates and Germany for the exchange of
postal cards on a iwo cent basis. England
and France have thus far declined to mako
a similar arrangement.
—"A man who can marry nnd does not
ought to be damned," is what the Rev. J.
10. Wicks, of San Diego, California, is re
ported to have said io a sermon on mar
riage. Many a poor fellow who does mar
ry speedily finds lhat he is.
—Miss Lydia Thompson will bo married
in London on the 28th test, to Mr. Alex
ander Henderson, for years her business
manager, and sails for this country on the
.'list. Mr. Henderson goes to Germany for
a time for the benefit of his health.
—Lotty Hough will never lecture any
more in public. She has made a perma
nent engagement. His name is Gregory. Lot
ty lectured last winter on"Popping the Ques
tion,''telling how it ought to be done.
Gregory did it. This illustrates the advan
tage of the scientific education of women.
—A correspondent thus describes Alaska
scenery : "Take one big mountain, cov
ered with trees from the base nearly to tho
summit., with an undergrowth of brush,
briers und moss, almost impassable—mul
tiply tha one by ten thousand, and you
have Alaska, 'there is a terrible same
ness. Ono singular feature of this mass of
forest is the "absence of birds.
—Tho following is said to be a verbatim
copy of a sentence written out in full, and
pronounced by a justice of the peace in
Gwinnett county, Georgia: "Let tho
prisnor Stan Up, sir, you has been Found
Guilty, ct tried of the Offense of shutin at
your Nabor. Yu shall then be took from
the bar uv this court by the honorable ba
leef of this court, and carried into the ad
jined county of rook Dale, and thar 3'Ou
shall remain in Everlastin banishment for
ever from the honorable county of crwin
nett." b
Autumn Musings.—Given a sound
bod* and a robust physical organization,
health is most generally assured by a judi
(ious regulation of clothes, food and drink.
The clothes that were too warm for us a
few weeks ago arc to thin for these breezy
days, and what suffice now will be an in
adequate protection a few weeks hence.
All the most careful can do is to dress
warmly nnd prepare for winter through
the graduated scale of a rapidy accelerat
ing aul umnal temperature. The fall has been
rather tardy in its coming, but not yet arc
all the mosquitoes dead, but they aro list
less and evidently havo lost their summer
eagerness for human gore; it is easy to
kill them; their buzz is destitute of any sort
entomological vigor, and they hang around
on walls and ceiling in the greatest dejec
tion at their approaching dissolution. The
lly lingers and is as lively as ever in warm
looms, but the day is not far distant when
ho shall become weak of limbs, and find
Ins natural strength very much abated. In
tho distauce are ice and mind, and the jing
ling of sleigh bells; then Christmas,
followed by the spasmodic gasps of a varied
year. Rut we must not anticipate. As
the patriarch Abraham sagely observed,
"sufficient for tho day is the evil thereof."
Selah.
Tin. old school books gave very
exaggerated ideas of many things. They
were magnifying glasses for the young.
They described whales as being as long as
tho tallest church steeples aro high, with
mouths as big as a church door, and these
assertions seemed to have the sanction of
the church. Even Cuvier says that there
have been whales three hundred feet long;
but he never saw one that length. Mr.
Kcoresby, a whale fisher of California, has
been revising natural history on the subject
of whales. He has assisted in capturing
323 of these monsters, and not ono of
them exceeded fifty-eight feet in length.
The largest one ha ever saw was sixty
siven feet long. A dead whale, one
hundred and five feet long, was discovered
floating in Davis Straits ; and a skeleton of <
one a hundred and twelve feet long was ]
found in Columbia river. Scoresby thinks
that the book makers ought to know and i
record these facts. '{
"A Christian gentleman" writes J
to a New York paper to complain of the
persistent efforts "to heap obloquy on the {
name of tho subdued Modoc chieftain,
Captain -lack." We have wept uncounted
tears over this matter, and it is with no o
little pleasure that we permit other
Christian gentlemen to mingle their grief
willi ours. It was a little rough, to be
•sore, to kill General Canby ; but we should v
liko to ask in a voice of much thunder il
Una obloquy is Iho magnanimity of a great (!
republic. ».
A Conservative Muss in Page c,
County.—An attempt was mado last
week to nominate a Conservative candi- £
date for the house of delegates in this
couniy. Tho two candidates balloted for
wero Or. 11. M. Keyser and Colonel J(
William 0. Yager. There was a tie on
every ballot tni_n. Thereupon the meet
ing broke up in a row, each candidate de- £•
daring his intention of appealing directly
to the people.
Franklin, at a literary reunion in Pa- hi
ris, where several original articles were Tt
read, not understanding French, and wish
ing to show himself appreciative, rosolvtd w
lo applaue whenever he saw Madame Bouf- W
liers, a friend, show approbation. After Xl
tho reunion, his little son said, "Papa, yi v H(
applauded everything, and more than any- ,
body else when they praised you !" _'_
.-._»-, nr.r. _„ M ,UIIV_ OOM'TEE, {
Kicsiio.io, September 12, 187 S. J
The Executive Committee has made tile foi
Canvasser at Larue.
. DR - CHARLES S. MILLS, canvasser at law
Tor the First, Second and Third congreesiona
CAPTAIN EDWARD McNULTY. Chester
field county, canvasser at large for Richmond
Petersburg and Norfolk.
Valley Division.
"APJAIN "W S. LURTT, H.trrisonbnrg.
MA J°K,-Jf>HN A. HARMAN. Staunton
A. S. GRAY, Harrisonburg.
Piedmont Division.
GENERAL WTLLIAMS O. WICKHAM
Richmond.
HON. JOHN 11. POPHAM, Richmond.
Sniuinv. m Division
RN. J. FOOTE JOHNSON, Bedford.
. JOHN WALSH, Wytheville.
Sonthslde Division.
N. C. Y. THOMAS, Martinsville.
I.ONEL JOHN W. JENKINS, Peteisburg.
N. O. H. PORTER, Petersburg
Tidewater Division.
HON. JAMES H. PLATT, Norfolk.
HON. JAMES B. SENER, Fredeilcksbnrg.
First Congressional District.
JAMES M. BRICKHOUSE, ESQ., Princess
Anne conntv.
HON. JOHN" S. BRAXTON, Richmond
conntv.
P. J. CARTER, ESQ., Northampton, county.
Second Congressional District.
HON. JAMES H. CLEMENTS. Portsmouth
HON. J. H. VAN AUKEN, Sussex county
HON. R. G. L. PAIGE. Norfolk.
Third Congressional District.
HON. RUSH BURGESS, Henrico, connty
JJ9 J ?xi C .K t i AMBIjER SMITH, Richmond.
Hichmond.
LANDON BOYD, Richmond.
MAJOR JOSEHII WALKER, Manchester.
W M. H. LESTER, ESQ., Richmond.
Fourth Congressional District.
HON. W. H. H. STOWELL, Burkeville
HON. EDGAR ALLEN, Farmville
HON. JOSEPH JORGENSON, Petersburg.
HON. W. L. FERRALD, Burkeville.
HON. GEORGE W. GRAHAM.
HON. J. P. EVANS, Petersburg.
Fifth c<iii_.»vs-ii.nal District.
HON. L. M. SHOEMAKER, Danville.
HON. J. B. STOVALL, SR, Halifax.
D- S. LEWIS, ESU., Danville.
Sixth ( oii.'.tisslonnl District.
HON. PAULUS POWELL, Amherst county.
HON. J. H. RIVES. Lynchburg.
HON. GREEN JAMES, Botetourt connty.
Seventh Congressional District.
HON. MONTGOMERY SIMMS, Charlottes
ville.
HOH. W. T. EARLY, Charlottosville.
MAJOR R. G. BANKS, Goochland.
JNO.G. NEWMAN, Page county.
Eighth Congressional District.
L. L. LEWIS. ESQ., Culpeper.
MAJOR F. H. CARTER, Fanqnlor.
COL. EDWARD DANIELS, Fairfax.
HON. LEWIS McKENZIE, Alexandria city.
It. I). BECKLEY, ESQ.,
E. E. WHITE, ESU-
Ninth Congressional District.
HON. JAMES H. PORTERFIELD, Giles.
J. M. ADAMS. ESQ., Scott cennty.
JOHN S. SLATER, ESQ.
D. B. DERRICKS, ESQ., Roanoke connly.
SENATORIAL DISTRICTS.
First District.
WILLIAM ;C. lIALCH, esq., Nokesville.
Prince Willinm county;
COLONEL S. E. CIIAMBERLIN, Water
ford, Loudoun county.
COLONEL R. J. S. WHITE, Wheatland.
Loudoun couniy.
HON. J T. ORAY, Fulls Church, Fairfax
county.
JOB HAWKSHURST, Fuirfax county.
Second District.
NOLLE esq., Culpepper county.
GEORGE PANNIL, esq , Orange county.
MAJOR K. O. JOHNSTON, esq., Madison
county.
Third District.
COLONEL D. J. WOODFIN, Buckingham
county.
COLONEL JOHN W. JACKSON, Fluvanna
county,
ANDREW B. WEBB, Appomattox Court
house.
Fourth District.
THOMAS V. CLAIBORNE, Rocky Mount
I ranklin county.
JOHN H. PEDIGo, Henry county.
IT Till District.
f T !A £ TA - IN ' TO . HJr F - WILSON, Lynchburg.
J. M. WOOD, Lynchburg. *
JOHN AVERETT, Lynchburg.
JOHN J. GARLAND, Lynchburg.
ALLEN EVANS, Campbell county.
Sixth District.
HON. H. D. NUTTING, Halifax.
GEORGE HARRIS, eea.
Seventh District.
COLONEL I. HAYES SHIELDS, Henrico
L. G. FOWDEN. ESQ., Richmond.
T^r 1 !^ 8 ,?.;?, TAYLOR, ESQ., Richmond.
JOHN OLIVER, ESQ., Richmond.
Eighth District.
HON. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Burkeville, Not
toway county.
HON. JOS. RUSSELL, Brnnswick connty.
M. R. DE MORTIE, ESQ., Burkeville.
Ninth District.
HON. R. G. GREENE, Petersburg.
JAMES H. BAILY, ESQ, Petersburg.
HON. WM. GILLIAM, Prince George connty.
HON. PETER J. MORGAN. Petersburg
HON. JAMES P. GOODWIN, Petersburg.
Tenth District.
B. J. EPPES, ESQ., Dinwiddle C. H.
HON. W. N. STEVENS, Sussex county.
HON. PETER K. JONES, Greenville county.
Eleventh District.
JNO. F.DEZENDOIIF. ESQ., Norf.lk Oily
LUTHER LEE, ESQ, •• .. y '
Twelfth District.
HON. JNO. C. PAGE, Beaver Dam, Hanover
County.
F. K. KANE, ESQ., Milford, Caroline connty
ARTHUR A. SPITZER, Richmond, Va.
Thirteenth District.
HON. E. W. MASSIE, West Point, King
William county.
J. L. FRIEDSLEY, ESQ, King and Queen
conn ly.
T. J. HILL, ESQ , West Point.
Fourteenth District.
To be hereaftor made.
Fifteenth District.
MAJOR JOHN G. NEWMAN, Page county
WATKINS JAMES, Shenandoah county.
GEORGE RYE, Edinhurg, Shenandoah
county.
Sixteenth District.
MAJOR S. M. YOST, Staunton.
WM. L. lIERR, Staunton.
WM. G. BROWN,Staunton.
Seventeenth District.
JUDGE WM. N.BARNITSS, Salem, Roanoke
county.
J. B. FRIER, Salom.
JON. D. SLATER, Alleghany county.
L. F. LOWE, Fincastle.
Eighteenth District.
11. ALDERMAN, Carroll county.
L.H. BRYANT, Grayson county.
W.R. DICKEY, Grayson county.
W. F. SLATER, Wytheville.
J. PEROIYAL, Wythe connty.
Nineteenth District..
CAPTAIN H. O. JOSLYN, Jonesville Lee
county.
I 11. II DOTSON, Wise Courthouse.
Twentieth District.
J. CULBERTSON, Scott county.
IRA FUGATE, Scott county.
T. T HAWKINS. Russell connty.
J. C. COM AN, Russell county.
Twenty-First District.
B AILEY.SaIem, Fauquier counlv
I *■ UJiKOCB, ESQ, Sperryville. Ispahan
Twenty-Second District.
OAPTAIN GEOKGE TURNER, Louis
J. L TALIAFERRO, ESQ , Stafford connty
A. L. McKINNEY, I_Q, Spotsylvania
| county. r~ j .—■—
WM. H. SCOTT. ESQ , Fredericksburg.
Twenty-Third District.
?' , I , W '~,!fi fi ? LEY '' E B *" Norfolk
J. T. WILSON, ESQ, Norfolk.
Thuiij-Fiiiirili District.
CAPTAIN A. J. TERRY, Charlotte Court-
PHILLIP WOOD, ESQ., Amelia county
BENJAMIN FLEMINU, ESQ, Cumberland
Twenty-Fifth District.
| JOSEPH LIGQON, Massie's Mills, Nelson
Twenty-Sixth District.
T weui v-Si-vrnth District.
I GEORGE V. CASE, ESQ , Liberty, Bedford f
AJWL. HUNTER, ESQ, Bedford county
THWMAS Y. MOSBY, ESQ , Bedford county,
Twenty-Eighth District.
5: U-'J'ALLEY, Charles City county.
_• ii .' fAVIS. New Kent county.
J . X, _i , ,°K Es ' K! *4'. N«w K»nt.
HON. WM. „. O.DOUGLASS, Williamsburg-
Twenty-Ninth District.
_" R tK»»tor Courthoose
it. 11. STEWART, ESQ., Richmond county. '
«ii»» HAMILTON, _Xt, Mecklenburg.
JUNIUS WOODSON. ESQ, Goochland.
| Jl >SEPH WALKER, ESQ, Chesterfield.
HfcNRY COX, ESQ, Powhatan.
Thirty-Second Dlatrlct.
HON. C W. LASSITER.
IRVING &TORY, Southampion.
Thirty-Third District.
HON. M. P. RUE
To be completed by local commit lee.
Thlrty-Fonrth Mhti.es,
HON. L C. BRISTON, Middlesex.
JOHN W. DIXON. ESQ, Matthews.
WILLIAM H. BRISBY, ESQ, New Kent.
Thirty-Firth District.
E. X SNEAD, ESQ.. Onancock, Accomac.
DR. NATH'L SMITH, Clilnroteagiie. "
EDGAR J. SPA DV, Enstvllle.
GEO. TOY, Northamplon.
Thirty-Sixth District.
HON. C. D. GRAY, Harrisonburg, Keeking
ham county.
C. E. HAAS, ESQ.. Rockingham county.
A. L. LINDSAY, Bridgwater.
A. O. LONG, Lacy Spring.
J. CRAWFORD, H.-irrlEonbuig.
1 lilrly-Seveiilli District.
T. B. TAYLOR, ESQ., Lexington. Va.
J. L. HARRIS. Oakuale.
J. M. PATTERSON, Rockbridge county.
11. ABRAHAMS, Rockbridge county.
C T. ELEISHER, Monterey.
T. A. pALLEY, Warm Springs, Bath connly.
K. R. ALEXANDER, ESQ, Rockbridge connty
Thirty-Eighth Dlatrict.
S. P. SURFACE. Momtgomery county.
WBARNIIZ, Montgomery couniy.
P. A. WINSTON, FToVdcounty. *
Thirty-Ninth District.
J. A. ECHOLS, Giles connty.
H. A. JAMIESON, Pulaski county.
A. W. SHUEY, Blardcounty.
S. LAIRD, Tazewell county.
S. HUNT, Tazewell connly.
Fortieth District.
COLONEL G.T. EGBERT, Abingdon.
J. M. DAVIS Washington county.
O. D. SMYTH, Marion, Smilh county.
The county committees of tho various counties
are authorized and requested lo appoint county
canvassers in their respective counties.
The committee II gratified to announce that
in addition to tho foregoing list of ablo and en
ergetic canvassers, the Hon. J Harmer Gilmer,
of Richmond, and other distinguished speakers
have volunteered their services during such pe
liodsof the canvass as can bo devoted by them
to tho cause. Hon. J. Harmer Gilmer's appoint
ments will bo announced In a few days |
~ „ ALFRED MORTON, Chairman.
Jons R. Pupham, Secretary.
RICHMOND PRICE CURRENT
CORN AND FLOUR ITITTtMIi:.
fiicgMosn, October 13, 1873.
OJTertngs.
Wheal—White, .20 bushels Rod, 70(1 bush- I
fiats—26 bushels.
Chops—llXl bushel-.
.... *»'*"
Wheat-White, 320 bushels @ 11.71 to tl 4(1 for
yery good to common. Red, 280 bushels (i 11.01
to 11-50 for very good to common.
*OI
LIVE STUCK.
Ricbmokd, October a, 1573.
Mr. L. Giminl, welghraasterat the Live Stock
Scales makes the following report of transac
tions for lhe week ending October 8 :
Cattle, 127 head common to No. 1 sold from
r!2 75 to $5 00 gross. Sheep, dull B ..| e f rom
1 (Hi to S3 00. Hogs, tl i;o to *7 mi nett. Veal*
5 00lo»12(J0. '
.c. .
TOBACCO.
■lack.
Lugs, common, to good . 5 oc_ c M
Lugs, medium to good (j <;_,„ 7 60
Leaf, common to medium a mft> n no
Leaf, good 9 M ifcm on
Leaf, line wrappers and stemmers.'. 12 [email protected] 00
Lugs, common, chiefly smokers.... jf oo„ aco
Lugs, medium to good smokers and.
_ ""ere „ o ()0
Lugs, extra smokers 15 oo„"i 00
Leaf, medium to good fillers in 00-fin no
Leaf, extra to good fillers 14 oo„ln 00
Leaf, wrappers (mahogany), com
mon to tine |o ontf?)l - 00
Leaf, wrappers, com. to medium.'.'.'.' 12 iHiflu im
Leaf, wrappers, good 30 00X40 i„,
Leaf, wrapjws, line to Mtr _ m oo^ 7 \, M
train,
REVISED BY GIBSON 4 BROOK,
Sixth Street anil the Canal.
Vs. Piss—4-4 boards Mer'tame..til ti *I?s_
clear 16 oe 10
»-4 <U,B-4, " 16 S 19
Clear seasoned
boards of all lengths
in w iii demand.
B'rds and scantlings
—clear heart o«
Knotty I 8 @ 18
I Joists and framing
tim'r s—av'ge length. 10 ti 16
Long!. 16 @ „
Portiß—Jj, 4-4, 8-4 and scant
ling ]r, ,„-, --
tV'Tt Oak—Plank and scantling. 14 „ ig
Select to order 20 <g -~,u
ißicxoar-If solid, clear ami * *
good, about 3.
Walxci- —1-4, 6 4, 8-4, 3 in , 6.16
Bxß, according louunl-
Hy «»1 as ' „
Hour P's-Iiull; wliite oak','green. "7 |l ''si.
II ckory, desj.
«SM-«iv_:'*'« »
seasoned [>. heading] 6 @ g
Whiskey bid staves,
seasoned 2() Q 25
erei-n •. » a|
Market well supplied,
prices weaker.
Seasoned poles enllre
t v unsaleable.
■ I ' i,m —Sawed, 2 00 @ t 26
Sjiht 1 26 3 1 Ml
Mil mil as—\erv lew coining in;
. prices flriii.
Cypress No. I—6 Inch
1 s**}". HI 00 @12 00
H 0 '*' 10 ; 1 * I 8 no
No. J— Saps got tj) 6 M
4 nub heart I m X „ 0(l
Sapsdo 3 on ti 3 bo
Va. heart pine, 4 inch 4 60 @ 6 00
Sapsdo 2 60 ©sou
a-Mxaa —Susquehanna w. puio 26 no @M 00
_. . Virginia pine 10 00 00
The above are the wholesale prices paid by
1 the dealers. J
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
REVISED BY L. POWERS A SON.
I.TJ.'I liu-l .Vim,l -!,,,.(
s Biittkr-VI Si Choice 26 a 9a
£*™ M H 23
I Fair 1.0 common is _ ,«
I OoknMeal- Bolted white, 41 bus « ni,
lUODBS—Prime cutting U Oi is
Gooii to fair piv„ i 6
DkiebFebit— m
Apples—market bare.
Peaches—. " v
Blackberries, %'. _!'"""'.7.'.." 4 % |
I Eons—lv crates, %1 doz jr
I In bids and liuvi ■«, tji i1,,z... 16 (../ 18
, I Rathers—Live geese "« ft 7o JJ ~
Mixed,Vß. 40 m j,,
Fi,ixsbkii—.fl bus Ino @ 1 go
j Hsr—Va. Tim. b:ila.l"'Vl"{oo'ibs". l 2' M
j Oats—Baled, V< 100 lbs '..'. 75 if 100
I Paw-Black Eye iji bus '.' 1 26 © 1 60
j Potatoes—New, Ifl bbl 200 n 3 no
Straw—Baled, %1 100 it— ...... 60 A
Sdmac—sl 26 per 10(1 pounds.
I Vireuar—Cider, %l ga11..""".'".'..' 20 tf .10
Wool—Washed, %l 81 40 © 4/1
LEATHER.
j Soli —Hemlock Over-w'ght,
Middle, [email protected]','i'ight 28 tf 31
Good, damaged 26 ii 27s
I (lak—all weights 37 jj 43
Sims —French kip ID «!» 160
Best Fiench calf 1 60 (ffl 2 26
American calf 1 26 if) 1 (to
IIXISORD-Tlpper, Hjllb w _ g,,
I—.RKiHH— Saddlers' Country, »8
Best harness,,/,...... 42 tv! 44 t
I iiutJHH stock—Skirting, ijfllti gn 25 s«
L Calf skins, 3a a, ' 76 (ffl 00
Kip skins, «jl ft 4n J| M
Sheep skins, mdoz.... 3 00 (_ 6 00
WitSalcrb—Steers, _..' 10 jq @ij jn
Calf skins, each 1 60 ft 176
Dai—Country flint, (selling rales] 18 @ 20
Green (buying ratal 7 @ 9
OROCERIKS. *~
BACON AND LA R D—Wesleru Shoul
ders, lOHalOHo.; Bone sides, lHiallXe. : (Hear
[ Rib, 1 Dial2c.; Brsasts, lH4al2c; Plain Huns
jln half barrels, 10l4c; ln kegs, 12* IS lac These
aro the jobbing prices.
CANDLES.—TaIIow 125«a14 cents per round-
Adamantine, 16 cents.
COFFEE—Rio, fair to good, ...a27c; prime to
choice, J7a»c; Laguayra, 2*a3oc; Java,
2;a2s; Mocha, .'oc
COTTON YARNS-Conntry yarns, Nos. 8 to
FISH— Herrings—Eastern gross, 13.6006 per
, harrol ■ North Carolina No 1 cut. 15.00a18.60 per
barrel; North Carolina No. 1 roe t9a»9.60 per
barrel: half-barrel *S.M|; North Carolina No. 1
gross, #3 6oaW.—Mackerel—No. I Bay mackerel
•ISaliO; No. 1 Shore, tß.26a*»; No. 2 (in bar'
rels), 113; No. 3 large (In barrels) lll.otiatll Jo.
12, 11.66; Leaksqitle, N. C, yarns, 11.86
PLOW OASTINGS-Wlioie»ale,6*c.; retail,
GRINDSTONES—IHa2c per lb for «-n .11 in,i
medium; large size, 2Xa2)..
IRON—Bar b%c lor common sixes- 61(a«M I
for hands ; Norway and Sweedes 7a71.c Conn
rv Hammered, 6»la6c; Sheet 7Va9c ' I
LUMP PLASTER, *5 60 ; 'oround, 110.60 to
111.60 per ton ; Calcined, *3a».28. Lump master I
scarce r ' ""■""■
LEAD—Pig, SHaSV iht pound.
"HeciiOMt." MaSI.IO; roll proof, 11
"5__HJ ry '*' .*' ■*■•• lu re oltl rye, 12a4; Vir- I
i,IZ d0 '' * I ' 2S;iT '™' «
♦ lo.dd per case.
•i^.1 I w,. ANI „- <a^ lIENT r_ xkT ""' Virginia.
ll.S0al.40; Eiveinon, 11 .Soul .49 ; Rockland
11.60 by quantity from wharf; 11.76 by retail
from a tore: Eosedale, 12_.0a2.26; Calcined P„ v
rer, 12.76a3 ; James River Cement. 12a2 26.
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS—Amber good
Syrnp etuieb; N. O. Molasses 76..50; Dark Stand
ard Molasses Syrups, in barrels, 27c; in "tierces
16; in,hogsheads,23c; Cuba Muscovado, in bar
rels, 66a60; Porto Rico, 60a7«; White Svrun.
tl.76.pcr gallon. J "
. _- I l. t ' ( _£7 'Al—-Bran. 20c; Shots,23c; Brown
slntr, Stir; ShlpstufT. eo. wholesale from mill
NAILS—OId Domlmon, 10 to 60-pi nny. «6 to t
9peiiny,t6»i; « to 7-penny. MM; 4 to 6-penny
♦t> V, 3-penny, 17*1. By the 100 kegs, 26c. less.
in?. 1 A Kl, ~i' ay,c ?" s cast ' ,B) *' Kn*H*« blistered,
18e; American do, Hal2c 1
„°_ n -S—Kerosene 28asic. wholesale; straits.
•faWte.; linseed, 90c. per gallon by the barrel.
\ irginia lubricating Oil, toe. Whale Oil 90c •
Lard Oil, 88c.; Sperm Oil, 12.26; Labrador Cod
Oil, for tanning purposes, tftatSo
.. ''APK" STOCK-Mlxed cotton rags, 4a4Ko;
white, oaSMc; woollen, 2alc; imperfections 3X_
««n RE / > , AKA . TI SI S - C)la riomlnion Fertilizer
»60, Uilham's Tobacco Fertilizer *70 00- Gil.
ham sTruck do, 17(1; do. cotton Fertilizer, 160 00;
Powhatan Raw Bone Super Phosphate, 160 OS
Whann'e Super Phosphate 166; Soluble Paciflc.
Sea Fowl and Norfolk Fish, ISO no; English To
bacco Fertilizer, 170 00; Eureka, *(T7X; Flour of
e _ uam ' B Peaout Fertilfzer 160 00
i^li VI ? ER "^ p » ortinK ' M P" «eg, 16.60 by the
\°& SSP'flW 8 - 1 by ""> lot = ™*ning, 14.26 a
4.60 hy the lot; Eagle powdenn flanks tll.M per
case of 23 pounds; Treble F, in canisters, $94 Iwr
of 26 pounds. *^
n S i! J Tt AR 77 Ra ?!. Po, ,' to Rlco - New Orleans and
OubaMus'do, SJialo)..
Granulated 18« I ExtraO loli
Powdered 12). | o ...... 9_io
Crushed 12). I Refined Ye110w...'...»>_
A U54 / Out Loaf. 13
B ;; • il*.
Country merchants should remember iv order
"'»1 ii. r . flnßd B,, & ar > s constantly fluctuating
, L T—Liverpool, $2.40; Jobbing price, per
sack. Ground Alum, 12.26a2.40
SHOT—2.BOR3OO per bag.
SC 1 a B '. IT S. OF TURPENTINE-Soaooc.
TEAS-Black, 63c a11.26-the last a prime ai
ii_-^ Im , P6nal ' 1 -™; Gunpowder, wall .76
MhTALS—lroh—Horse shoos, 7«iaO»c; mulo
shoes, B»laßsi;naU road. Be.
AN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUT?
UNITED STATES, for the EaJtern DlsTli_t
of \ irginia.
In the matter of E P. Wood, a bank
rupt— 111 bankruptcy.
At Richmond. Va, tills loth day of Oct'r 1R73
TO WHOM IT MAY '
Flease take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John O. Underwood, judge
of said District Court, In Bankruptcy, by II B
Bibb assignee tho estate of said bankrupt!
to sell the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free from all liens and encumbrances
thereon.
This Is to give notice to all persons Interested
that in the terms of said petition an Older has
been 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 office
in the said city of Richmond, on the 28th day of
Oct ,1873, at 10 o'clock a. m, and show cause If
any you have, why such order should not be
eTan ! e o d _„ H. B. 8188,
oc 13—M2w Assignee.
6026
lUIIS IS TO niVK NOTICE-That on the
List day of October, a. d, 1873, a warrant
hi bankruptcy was Issued out of the District
Court of tho United States for the Eastern
District of Virginia, against tho estate of Wm
M. Baylor, of Lunenburg co. and' State of Va
who has been adjudged bankrupt on the peti
tion of himself: that the payment of any
debts, aud tbe delivery of any property belong
ing to said bankrupt, to him or for his nse
and the tranfer of any property by
bidden 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 at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden
at Richmond, Va, before W. W Fortes
esq, register, on the Ist day of Nov'ber. a d '
1573, at 10 o'clock a. m. ' '
,„ -, DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 10-F2w U. a. Marshal.
riTHIS IS TO GIV_ W »OTlce_That on the
A 2d day of October, a. d, 1873, a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court
of the United States for the Eastern Dis
ir --"'-*"*??'*• against the- estate of
J. W. Harwell of DinwiJdie county and
State of A irginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his owx petition : That the pay
ment of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or
Tor his use, and Ihe transfer 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
estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy to
be holdc-u at Petersburg, Va, before J. _
Waterman, esq, register.on the 16th day of Octo
ber, a. d , 1573, at 10 o'clock a. m.
_,„--. DAVID B. PARKER.
U. S. Marshal.
_ 4695 "
T r t T ,. E ..P, I S!K I 9 T(JOUB T OF THE UNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of
. irginia.
In the matter of John Kirk, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
18 At Kichmond - ou lhe 29LU u -vy of September,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition haa
been, to wit: on the 29th day of Sept, 1873 filed
in said District Court by John Kirk of
Westmoreland county In said district, who' has
I keen heretofore duly declared bankrupt under
the act of Congress entitled "An act to establish
a unifota-system of bankruptcy throughout the
United States," approved March 2d 1867, for a
§ discharge and certillcate thereof from all his
dobts and other claims provable under said act
and that the 14lh day of October, 1573, at 16
o'clock a. ra., before W. W. Forbes, one of
the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his
office m Richmond, Va, in said district,
is the time and place assigned for the hearing ol
the same, when and where you may attend and
show cause, If any you have, why tho prayer
ofthe said petitioner should not be granted
iouare also hereby notified, that the second
aud third meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will be held at the same time and
11 9* 6- _, W. W. FORBES,
. Register in Bankruptcy for
se 30—Tn2w 3rd Cong'l Dist. of Vn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNl
(ed States for the Eastern IMstrict of Virginia
In the matter of James Holmes, bankrupt
At Richmond, on the 21th day of Sept'r, a. d,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
Please: to take notice hereby, that a petition
is been, to wit: on the 24th day of Sept'r a. d
IS, filed in the said DUtrlct court by James
'iiin-, of Hanover county in .aid district
io has heretofore been duly declared bankrupt
der the Actof Congress entitled "An Act to
lablish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy
rougliou I the United States," approved March
, 1567, for a discharge and certificate thereof
im all his debts and other claims provable uu
r said act. and that the loth day of October, a
lS7.l,atloo'clocka m, before W.W.Forbes;
sof the registers of said Court in Bankruptcy
his ollice in Richmond in said district, is the
ie and place assigued for the hearing 'of the
ue, when and where yon may attend and show
ise, if any you have, why the prayer o( said
tltiou may not be granted.
Ton are also hereby notified, lhat the second
1 third meeting of the creditors of the said i
ikrupt will be held at the same time and i
Register ln Bankrputcy for
a 27-S2W the 4th Cong'l Dist. of Va. j
riIHIS is TO GIVE NOTICE—That •■ tha
X 2Sd day of Sept'r, 1873, a warrant ln bauk
rT_!_l w ! as . lssu «l out or the District Court of the
Un ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, against the estate of F. J. Mattauer of
J rmco lidward county and State of Virginia
I who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his
own petition; that tho payment of any dobts.
.inn tne delivery of any property belonging to
saw bankrupt, to him or for his nse,and the trans
fer 01 any property by him, are forbidden by
aw; that a meeting of the creditors of sali.
bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one
or more assignees of his estate, will be heU at a
court of baiikruptcy, to be holden at the
iegi-_ter s office, Richmond, Virginia, beforo W
w forbes, esq, register, on the Ist day of
November, a. d, 1873, at.lo o'clock a. m.
_- in_wi- HAVID B. PARKER,
oc 10—FSW If. S- Marshal.
I '_JE A >Y.. FOB RIX COPIES OF
tie year.* WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL lot I
\ A\ .-__ *lr J- X—omiwou Brown,
Real Estale Agent nnd Auctioneer,
1113 Main si reel.
A ■MGNEE'S BALE - «hj
REAL ESTATE IN CHARLES CITY
q. l ? c ° m P ,la, »o« with a decree ot the; Uniled
mntos District Court for the Fastern District of
T irginia, in the matter of V. J. Mountcastle,
bankrupt,dated September 3. 1873,1 will sell at
auction, free from nil liens, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1873,
I at 12 o'clock m„ in front of the United States
court-house In the city of Richmond,
ONE-SEVENTH INTEREST
I In a tract of land containing 100 acres, situated
the connty of Charles City.
One-third cash; the balance at six and twelve
months wilh approved security, and title re
tained until all the purchase money is folly
paid. * J
Also BONDS, NOTES and JUDGMENTS,
due said bankrupt, for CASH.
_~ _ „ JACOB COHN,
oc l-2awßw Assignee.
BANHRDPT NOTICES.
1N THE DISTRICT OOCRT OF THE UNI.
glnta l State " f ° r V" Eaßtern ui,tr,c ' of Vlr-
In the matter of James L. Davis, bank
rupt— In bankrnptcy.
At Richmond, on the nth day of October, a. d
1878.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 11th day of Oct, a. d. I
1873. filed ln said District Conrt, by James L.
Davis, of Spotsylvania connly In said district,
who has been heretofore dnly declared bankrupt
under the act of Congress entitled ''An act to
establish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved March
2nd, 1867, for a discharge and certificate thereof
from all his debts and other claims provable un
der said act, and that the Ist day of Nov'r, a d.
1878, at 10 o'clock a. m, before W. W. Forbes,
one ol the registers of said court ln bankruptcy,
at his office ln 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, tf any you have, why the prayer of the
said petition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notlfled, that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of tho said
bankrupt will be held at the same time and
Place. W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankrnptcy for the
oc 11—S2w 8d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNl
ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In tlio mailer of Charlottesville Woolen I
end Manufacturing Company vs. Martin A Car
do—i, bankrupts—ln bankruptcy.-
At Richmond, on the 9th day of October.
a. d., 1878. *
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petlllen
has been, to-wlt: on the Oth day of October a d
1873, filed ln said District Court, by Martin *
Oardoza, of Richmond, Virginia in said I
district, who have been heretofore dnly de
■ Tared bankrupts under the act of Congress entltl- I
cd"An Act to establish a uniform system of bank- I
ruptcv throughout the United States," approved
March 2d, 1807, for a dist—arge and certificate
thereof from all their debts and other claims
provable under said act, and that the 26th
day of Octobor, a. d, 1873, at io o'clock
a. m, before W. W. Forbes, one of
the registers of said court In bankruptcy,
at his offlce ln Richmond in said district, is the
time and place assigned for the hearing of the I
same, when and where yon may attend and show I
cause. If any yon have, why the prayer of the I
said petition should not oe granted.
You aie also hereby notified, thet the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said
Bankrupt wil be held at the samo time and
Place. w. W. FORBES,
Register in bankruptcy for
oc 9—Th2w the3rd Cong' Dist. of Va.
6003
IN THE DISTICT COURT OK THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District, of Vir
ginia.
In tho matter of John Dillon, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, Va, this 2d day of October.
1873. '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to tho Hon. John C. Underwood,
Judge of said District Court In Bankruptcy, by
Joseph Jorgenson, 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 tho Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested ln said estate, to an
pear before Register J L. Waterman, at his offlce
In said cityof Petersburg, on theisth day of Oct
1873, nt 10 o'clock a. m, and show cause, if
any you have, why such order should not be
granted.
JOSEPH JORGENSON,
oc 3-F2W Assignee.
6004 ■————__
N ™ U > E ,-S£ T , Rl 9' r COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of James M. Dillon, a bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, Va, this 2d day of Octo'r 1871
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKK : ' '
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John C. Underwood,
Judge of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by
Joseph Jorgenson, assignee ol the estate of
said bankrupt, to aell the real estate belonging
to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encum
brances thereon.
.v. T . hi f _. to Klvs nolicc t0 a 'l Persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition, an ordor htj,
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be Interested ln said estale, to ap
pear before Register J. L. Waterman, at his office
ni the said city of Petersburg, on the 13 th day of
Octobor, 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m , and show
cause. If any you have, why such order should
*? *__ t * d ' JOSEPH JORGENSON,
oca—raw Assignee.
Vlr tala Eastern District of
*? the matter of William R. Gregg, bankrupt—
1873. Peterßburt " Va, this 2d day of October
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John C. f^derwoodJndga
of said District Oourt,.ln bankrupt™ byil oscpl.
S e "«. , as8l « no « °f toe estate of Mid bail -
rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
So-" 4, *" from a " llens and 535&5S
J.w*!f.'.. to f lveuot ! cc to all persons interested,
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
™! w h ,° ma / °, B Interested in said estate, to ap
£_. i H . e * is t ßr J' li. Waterman, at his ot
flee in the said city of Petersburg, on the nth
d i_» of ° CtObL V r ' 1873 ' nt '" o'c'ofk a. m , and
.'no-drt S be,; r ra l , , ied yOUhaV,> ' SUC " °' d "
OC3-F2W JOSEPH JORO-ENSON,
——- Assignee.
ITETJ H^'?rI« R r IO ?, 49t l9 UR ' r OF T "E UNl
giiiia Eastern District of Vir
mnt J " th « matter of William Warriner, bank
rupt—in bankruptcy. '
WiMi^ 10 ?. lt A m ! 7 '^ Dceim - The undersigned,
"_,_-»'_ A Werd ~e. of Richmond, in the
connty of Henrico and State of Virginia hereby
gives no icepf his appointment as assgnee of
_?__ h 6 ° f .Z; Warriner. of tho com. sof pj
A iStrlot ' andwn ° to y w° ,on
Sst'l«. °° nrt 0t tno Unlted States,'fo^ sa _
OCB-WBW WM.H.ALLDEKDICE,
- Assignee.
I N TEDI?A?ES^orF U F. OF THE UNI "
Virginia c EaateM > District of
rupti-iank^y. 0 ' °' P ' "»'>>er, a hank-
To Whom It May Concera-The undersigned,
an™' s_t. nf er< , of Whraond city
i, Sut f. °f Virginia, hereby gives
estate of a JM x>ln tment as assignee of the
____! r R , Ha n»r, of the county of Prince
diß )'i c '' ttnd wh ° wai, t£
wit, on theisth day of Aug, a. d. 1873 niliiidirei.
_Utr_t*R u P° n ,'hepetil'nof himseH by the
-strict. "' 0f thß United sta tes for said
i °t££ " Bl «o«>ond, the 6th day of Oct'r a
| d ALLDERDIOE/ '
°* THE UNI "
Virgiiila ' he Eaßtom District of
—Jn bank nalt ° 1 ° f J ° hn A ' s *' encer > bankrupt
t.^w^ 0 ? " Concern —Tho undersigned I
Jacob Oohn. of Richmoiid, Va, in the conn
~niin.H , e and State of Virginia, hereby g, 1
.?.„ cc ,? f ''"'appohitmentas assignee of the c.
tate of John A. Spencer, of Henrico oonnt.,
in aald district; and >ho was to-Vrtt on .he
31st day of May, a. d, 1673, adjudged a
i.." ( k r v . P . t , u l' on the "•""on of himself by the
District Court of the United States™, said u_!
_ at Richmond, the 29th day of Sept., a.
a.„-__W JAOOB °°™ iw
wirv 1 *' AY FOR 6 :, "' IK * UP THK
P BALE*. |
By J. Thompson Brown,
Ileal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
ill. Main street.
A KHONEE S SALE a
... _--. or m r
•\ ALUABLF. REAL ESTATE IN CARTH
LINE COUNTY. VIRGINIA.
In compliance with a decree of the District
Court of the United States for the Eastern Dis
trict of Virginia, In the matter of James T.
Gonldln, bankrupt, dated Sth day of September,
1873,1 will sell at auction, free from all liens, on
FRIDAY, THE 17th DAY OF OCTOBER, 187S,
at 12 o'clock m., in front of the United States I
t onrt-honse in the city of Richmond,
370 1-2 ACRES OF LAND
situated in the connty of Caroline and State of
trginta, adjoining the lands of—.
One-third cash; balance at six and twelve
months for negotiable notes, Interest added with I
npproved security, and title retained until all
the purchase monoy is fully paid
. . JACOB COHN,
se 26—2aw3w Assignee.
By J. Thompson Brown,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
1115 Main street.
ASSIGNEE'S rale" mm
OF __J_7
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CHAR__S
CITY COUNTY.
In compliance wilh a decree of the United
States District Court tor the Eastern District of
\ lrglnio, in the matter of Joslah Wilson, hank
i upt, dated September 6,1873, I will sell at auc
tion, free from all liens, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1878.
at 12 ra., lit front of Ihe United Slates court
house, Richmond, Va.,
100 ACRES OF LAND,
situated in tho conntv of Charles City, adjoining
Iho land of Dr. J. C. Wilson, and others.
One-third Hash; balance on a creditor 6 and It
months, for negotiable notes, Interest added with
approved security, and title retained until all
the pun base money Is fully paid.
_ „ JACOB COHN,
oo I—2aw3w Assignee.
By J. Thompson Brown,
R-'al Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
1116 Main street.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE MM
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CAROLINE
COUNTY.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District ol
Virginia, in the matter of S. R. Hoodless, bank
rupt, dated September 6,1673, I will sell atauc
tion, free from all liens, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873,
at 12 o'clock m, in front of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond,
17© ACRES OF LAND,
situated in Caroline county, Va , near the Syca
more clinrch, in said county.
TERMS:
One-third cash ; tho balance at six and twelve
months for negotiable notes, Interest added with
approved secnrlty, and title retained until all
the purchase money is fully paid.
_ „ JACOB COHN,
ocl—2aw3w Assignee.
Mm ASSIGNEE'S SALE mm
_]_ of *r
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE
COUNTY OF AMELIA.
As assignee of W. W. Fretvell, who has been
ai.judged a bankrupt, 1 shall proceed to sell on
WEDNESDAY, THE 29th OCTOBER NEXT,
at 12 o'clock m,"ln front of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond,
«87 ACRES OF VALUABLE LAND,
the property of the said Fretwell. Thisls avery
desirable place, situated on the Appomattox
river, a navigable stream, and about thirteen
miles from Jotersville depot, on the Richmond
nnd Danville railroad. The land is well adapted
to the growth of tobacco, wheat and corn.
_.Thore Is a good DWELLING HOUSE and all
the usual farm houses.
TERMS OF SALE :
One.fonrth of the purchase money cash ; tho
residue in three equal installments of six, nine
and twelve months with interest, the purchaser
exocuting bonds for the deferred puyments, and
title retained until the whole purchase money is
l ,a "l- ' F.R. FARRAR,
oc e-aawsw Assignee.
By William T. Bailey, Auctioneer.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE~~
OF t^
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN GOOi_s>
LAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of nn order of the United States
District Court for the Esstern District of Vir
ginia, of date October 7,11-73,1 will, as assignee
of George Thomas, bankrupt, tell on
FRIDAY, THE 17th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1873,
at 12 o'clock ra., in front of the United States
euurt-house. iv the city of Richmond,
157 ACRES OF LAND,
lying In Goochland connty, Va , adjoining lhe
lands of William Flemlngand others. The above
tract of land will be sold free of liens and en
onnim-anees, except as to the contingent right
TERMS-Oish.
oc C ' H ' WENDLINGER,
oc 7-eodtd Assignee.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE jjpjT
HOUSE AND LOT° F IN THE CITY UF
WILLIAMSBURG, y A * * ™
J_ co T m P lian oe with an order of the Uniled
of v?rJ^ St „ riC i Ur i for thß East*™ District
of \ irginia, dated September 29, 1873, In the
wm te' ol , Benjamin F. Mannex, bankrupt, I
will offer for sale at public auction, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1573,
it! _____ a !.•• m ,ront of the court-house,
at Petersburg, Va., the LIFE-INTEREST In
louse and hot in tho city of Williamfburg, Va
m the possession of the above named bankrupt!
TERMS:
_J??__ S*_ to *_** aU co * is and expenses of
nmnth balance on a credit of six and twelve
months, pnrcha-er to give notes wilh approved
security lor deferred payments, int«„taa_t_
_ooj!-hw_w JQBOMwow
WiUiam G. Neubill. Auctioneer!
A SSIGWEES' SALE - -e»
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON tTit
.-n. U ? r # Wo ??" l T. dee " f thß United Slates District
™.Vi.. tue , Eastern District of Virginia, in the
matter of Thomas M. Jones, bankrupt, we will
expose for sale, in front of the court-house in
1 "Ppahannock, Va, on
TtTESDAY, THE 4th DAY OF NOVEMBER,
I 1873, the following real estate :
334 ACRES OF LAND,
being n poition.of Ihe "Farmville Estate " situ
ated on the Rappahannock river and Fiscatawav
creek, Essex connty, Va. This is considered
I one ot the lluest estates iv tho county of Essex
One-third cash ; the balance in six aud twelve
months, the purchaser to execute notes for the
deterred payments with the interest added, title
P°urcV^'moneyV^ Sigaee U " UI th ° Who,e
L_____?.w
COURT OF THK UNI-
Virginia STATES for tae Eastern District of
In the matter of John T. Hicks, a bankrupt
—in bankruptcy. *
At Richmond, Va., this 17th day of Sent 1873
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented tothellon. JoliuC. Underwood Tuifge
of said District Court Iv Bankruptcy by
L. L. Lewis, assignee of tho estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to
said bankrupt, free from all liens and enciim
brances thereon.
Thls If to give notice to all persons interested
that in the terms of said petition, an order has
I been Issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all pel
sous who may be interested in said estate, to an
I pear before Register W. W. Forbes, at his ollice
in the said city of Richmond, on the 26th day
ol flctober, 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m, and
*J ow . causß . if aoy you have, why such order
should not be granted.
P ION BALES.
V. Goddln7~~
ate Auctioneer.
I AND TRUSTEE'S Mm
SALE. ■
In the matter of J. G. Lnmpkln, in hankmptc v,
in compliance with an order of the United
States District Conrt for the Eastern District
of Virginia, llio undersigned, J. A. Lynham,
assignee, and Wellington "oddln, trustee, will
sell at public auction, on i! c premises, at Me
chanicsville, Ihe residence ii Dr. Lnmpkln, on
TUESDAY, THE 14th HAT OF OCTOBER,
187S, at 3 o'clock p. m., If filr, If not, the first
£ir day thereafter. THREE VALUABLE AND
HIGHLY IMPROVED FARMS. The one
known as "Me.hanlcsville" c. trains about
327 ACRES,
with fine growth of oak, hickory, ash, Ac , and
good open lands, large, flno DWELLING,
School-house, Bains, _c,: also Storehouse-,
Workshops, ke , surrounded by beantlfnl groves
A°. ak " p arin will bedlvided if desired.
Also will be sold Iwo small Farms, about one
half of a mile from Mechanicsville; one of
t < , )H r a ,«-°i?V? n Ti,?, t -, er _ ITi acres, with comforta
ble DW ELLINGS, Ac.
This property is admirably wcll'located for
farming and business purposes,' nnd" Is regarded
as the most valuable place on the market for a
long time.
TERMS :
One-fourth cash ; balance at four, eight an d
twelve months for negoliablo pajier, Interest
added, and title retained till all of the purchase
J. A. LYNHAM, Assignee
W. GODDIN, Trustee.
ALSO will bo sold at tbe samo time an 1
place, tho bankrupt's NINE-TENTH IN
TEREST in about 200 acres of land in Essex
connty, Va, with ordinary Improvements there
E. D Eacho, Auctioneer.
g»_ ASSIGNEE? SALE MM
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN CAROLINE
COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtnoof an order of the District Couit ol
the United States for the Eastern District of Vlr
ginia, dated September 28, 1873, I. as assignee
in bankrnptcy of Robert S. Cameale, bankrupt,
will sell at public auction, in front of the Uniled
States custom-house, at Richmond, Va, on
WEDNESDAY, THE -6t_ DAY OF OCTOBER,
1878, nt 12 o'clock ra., lhe following real estato
170 AURES OF LAND,
lying in Caroline counlv, Va , with building im
provements thereon, near Central Point and
valued at »SOO.
TERMS:
One-third cash; balanco in six mouths, with
Interest added, purchaser to give notes for the
deferred payments, titlo to bo retained until said
notes are paid.
WM. B. MATTUEWS,
ocg—2aw3w Assignee.
__ ljAK " £ B——- Of HEAL ESTATE Jgfc
CAPPAHOSIC WHARF, ON THE YoTtK
RIVER, IN THE COUNTY OF
GLOUCESTER.
In accordance with a decree of Uio District
Courtof the United States at Richmond, Vir
ginia, entered in the case therein pending In the
matter of Jeftorson W. Siubbs, bankrupt, tho
undersigned, assignees of tho estate of the said
Jefferson W. Stubbs. will otter lor sale nt public
auction, nt Cappahosic, on
SATURDAY, THE Sth DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1873, (if fair, and if not, then on (lie first fair
, day day ihereafer, Sundajs excepted,) all Un
real estate surrendered oy the saia Stubbs iv
I his schedule, to-wit:
The WATER GRIST MILL, near Cappahosic,
with 30 ACRES OF LAND, called and
, known as "Stnbbs' Mill."
7he FARM called "Valley Front," on which
the said Stubbs now resides, containing 810
[ ACRES, moro or less.
Tho FARM adjoining "Ooulling's "
containing 75 ACRES OF LAND.
. The TRACT OF LAND adjoining the same,
. called "Salsberry," containing 111 ACRES.
These farms are very near Cappahosic Wharf
I and admirably adapted to trucking.
j ALSO THE STORE-HOUSE
at Cappahosic, with SEVEN ACRES OF
LAND and a small HOUSE attached, built for
a restaurant.
) ALSO 18 ACRES OF LAND, on which there
I are no Improvements, about one hundred
yards frorr. the store-house, on the mnin
I road to Gloucester Courthouse, and FOUR
ACRES OF LAND wilhin lhe same distance
of the store-house.
There Is steamboat and railroad connection
with Ballimore and Richmond. There are al
ready three or four stores at Cappahosic, nnd
being about tho centre ol the oyster planting
ground on that side of tho river, with lands ad
mirably adapted to all kinds of trucking, it
offers advantages rarely to bo met with.
THE TERMS OF SALE
Are : One-third of the purchase monoy in cash
i the balance on a credit of six and twelve
months, tho put—laser to give notes with ap
proved security, and tho titlo to bo retail Mil
i until all the purchase money is paid.
i Thomas C. Baytop or Jefferson W. Slubb-,
who lives at Cappahosic, will Oiow lhe pro
perty to any one wishing to«rxamine It.
JOHN W. C. OATLr.TT, t . ,
JOHNT.SEAWELL, ' j Assignees,
i se2o-2aw3w * ' *
! ISA A»smmEE'a~ikCist ~ t**
' VALUABDE REAL °ESTATE IN MECK
LENBURG AND LUNENBURG
COUNTIES, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of an order of the District Court
, ot tho United Slates for the Eastern I ..sulci of
\irgima, bearing date August 9, 1673, I will as
. fol"ows, e to wTt h :° m ' 13 X I '° V0 ' b:lnkru P'. ""I <"
One tract of about .134 ACRES OF LAND
lying in the county of Mecklenburg, on South
I Meherrln river, about one mile from Mr. Joseph
' s 1 10 " lln r f and saw mills, adjoining the
1 -__.° f a_'.K. J ,°" ns °n. W. B. Smithson, and
i others. On this tract is an excellent DWELL
ING with neees—ry out-houses, and nn orchard
of choice fruits. It is well-walered and tim
bered, at least two thirds being in original
growth. A pleasant neighborhood, wilh
churched convenient.
This tract I will sell at Boyd toil,
ON THE 17th OF NOVEMBER NEXT.
Sat 12 m, that being Mecklenburg court-day.
Another tract of about I*l7 1-2 _•____
lying ln the county of Lunenburg, near North
Meherrin river, within ono mile of Mr. David
Love s flouring mid saw mills, adjoining I ho lunds
Jwß.*!. Ijo , ve ' s estate, Joel Wall, and diners.
On this tract is a good DWELLING with neces
isary out-houses, and a good orchard. It is well
watered, and has a sufficiency of timber for
farming purposes. A very pleasant neighbor
hood, with churches convenient.
This tract I will sell at Lunenburg; Court-
ON MONDAY, THK lorn OF NOVEMBER
next, at 12 in, that being court-day
Ihese lands are well a.lapied to tho crow of
weVS.. ._? "T u, " u ' l ' cultivatiX I
p-rch-fe. attention of thoso wishing to
TERMS :
Oue-thlrd cash; balanco ln six and twelve
months, purchaser giving notes wilh approved
security for the deferred payments, aud title re
tained until said notes are paid.
I offer the above named land. for sale private
ly until the above nauud days of sale If not
sold befoie those times they will bo sold publicly
as above slated. Persons who may desire io
purchase w.ll please apply to me. My address
U Green Bay, Prince Edward county Virginia
ee27 _«*- "EIJKGKW.BARDV. '
- "" 27--w»w Assignee.
By James M. Taylor A Son, Auctloneors.
A SSIGNEE'S SAL_~ __
-— or 5*
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN NEW KENT
COUNTY, VIRGINIA. ~
. P? * lrtue of an order of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
bearing date Octobor 1,1873,1 will sell on
MONDAY, UOTii DAY OF OCTOBER, 1873,
at 12 o'clock m, in front of the United States
courthouse at Richmond, Va, as assignee of
J. P. Timberlake, bankrupt,
lst-One LOT OF LAND in Barhamaville
New Kent county, Va,
2d-8 vllfe? At!llES 0F LAND ' near Barbam.
«JJ._h™' d Wl " beSold freo from 'tl' "ens and
dowe m o t ?n ,Tf , h e, £! ,,t tne contingent right of
I aowei of said bankrupt's wife.
"»™ V 1 "a*" • tne balance on a credit of six
the iKLY UoUtttß ' Phaser giving notes for
__. deferred payments, and title retained until
os fr%rM P<Ud ' A ' B ' COURTNEY,

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