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OCT. 25 t^7J.
THE VIRGIHIA STATE JOURNAL
SPECIAL TERM- FOR THK «A~I'AU;\
EXTRAORDINARY PREMIUMS
Candidates fo.- the Senate and House of Dele
gates especially should avail themselves of this
opportunity to Increase the circulation of THE
JOURNAL, and to advance their own Interests
and that of the entire Republican State ticket.
«1 :i5 each.
SEMI-WEEK I.Y. In Clubs of UO or more for
S months, BO cents each.
WEEKLY, In Clubs of 60 or more fir H
months, 2ft cents each.
Clubs can be mule up irom as many different
postnHlces as there are names sent In. Let
every friend of the Republican parly iv the
Stale go o work at once. Who will lis the
Aral '
PUEMIITMM.
To any senatorial district sending us Lloo
subscribers for THE WEEKLY, we will add
100 COPIES for FREE distribution during the
campaign.
A VIRGINIA BOURBON
All Aiia'lenl Statesman A«lvo«!»t«» llio
t'»r<-iiilf> Rciiiovhl of the macks to
SI Domingo -He Thinks thnt is Ihe
■*lirpn»o ail the I'reslileul..
Richmond, October 22. 187; i.
The event of the present campaign in
this city was the address delivered in As
sembly Hall before a large and intelligent
audience this evening by Mr. A. 11. II ;
Stuart, of Staunton. Mr. Stuart will be ,
remembered in uuiional politics as Mr.
Fillmore's secretary of tho interior, and a |
former leaner of the Whig party, lie is
one of the very few Virginians who still re
tain their national reputation, and in this
respect may be paid to divide the honors J
with Hunter and Wise. It is not known (
whether ho aspires to Senatorial honors .
or not but if so, and if Hunter killed him
seif off, as it is alleged, by his Winchester |
speech, in advocating compensation for Ilia
emancipated slaves, Stuart has now also ■
committed political felodcse by the (
advocacy of the equally impracticable
doctrines of Ihe forced colonization of the j
negroes of the south in St. Domingo or
some other point beyond the limits of the j
country, and by his antique views gen
erally. Ills speech was a very long one, y
and, of course, wSs an able effort, but
entiivly out of (late. Very few people \
here have any idea that the negro can ever
be driven to seek a refuge elsewhere, and (
thus rid the whites from the horrors of his
dark presence.
In the cjarso of hi) speech, Mr. Stuart
held that the only issue in Virginia is ti
whether tho white or black man shall I
rule. It has nothing whatever to do with s
federal politics at Uii-s time, tbe question fc
being absolutely local. Ho went back n
and reviewed the whole history of slavery, t
and dwelt upon its violent abolition, de- t:
nouncing tho government for inhumanity o
in frcciug the negroes and then leaving I
them, poor, ignorant and unprotected, v
as well as for conferring upon ti
them tha right of citizenship without n
educating them tip to its duties tl
and obligations. He also declared c
tho utter antagonism and instinctive \
antipathy of the race-; and the unpossi- v
bility of the whites and blacks dwelling p
together in peace and harmony. He quoted s
the opinions of Ihe greatest men in the na- ti
tion, from Jelf'cisou to Lincoln and Isen a
Wade, to prove that the negroes could not n
and ought not to reman in the same com- tl
iimnity with white people in a free condi
tion, and that with their freedom must
came their deportation to another country ©
or extermination. He cited the case of the t_
Indians who had been driven out and ex- ft
cliulcd Irom our society. A conflict, too, t!
between white and black labor was com- «
ing, which would prove irresistible. He V
believed the object of General Grant in ci
his effort to acquire St. Domingo was ri
the colonization of the negroes of the tl
South in that favored spot. He had never tl
believed in the charge lhat the President had p
any "job" in view in this but that prompted n
by the highest, purest and most patriotic tl
motives and governed by the wisest of r
statesmanship. He was only desirous of at
securing an asylum aud refuge tor this out- ri
cast and oppressed race. The fact that he si
had entrusted the mission to lien Wade, d
who was avowedly in favor of sending the tl
negroes "to the tropics," and to Fred V
Douglass, one of their own race, was S
proof positive, iv his mind, Jhat the Pre3
dent favored his scheme and was alone de
sirous of furthering it in his purchase of 0
St. Domingo. Mr. Stuart referred to the w
exodous of the Jews from the land cf n
I'jgypt, and predicted a like exodus of the {j
black race and a grand future for them in a
the Canaan of the President's selection. a
It was either this solution or the g |
bloody one of a war of races and extermi- n .
nation. ,j,
The temper of the speech was most ad- 0 j
mirable throughout and the tone conciliat- rj
ing, while the language was courteous and g|
the expressions towards the North and the c
government all of a kindly nature and ai
Iriendly. But as a whole it did not give ci
satisfaction here, and is looked upon as gl
impracticable, especially that feature re- „■
latmg to the negro exodus, which almost cl
everybody feels to be an impossibility, no
matter how desirable it might be from a
sentimental point of view.— N. Y. HerSld.
• ai
IMOIIHAIIO'a TO VOTERS. at
PAY OF ELECTION. tl
The election occurs on the 4th day ot I J 1
November, it being the first Tuesday after w
the first Monday in the month.
voters Vl
must be male citizens, twenty-one years 8'
of age, resident in the state twelve months, ri
in the election district three months, and
duly registered. The following persons only
are disqualified. First. Idiots and lunatics. a i
Second. Persons convicted of bribery in ri
any election, embezzlement ot public funds, ir
treason, or felony. Third. All persons si
who have sent or accepted a challenge to tl
fight a duel, or aided or assisted in any
manner in fighting a duel, sinco the adop
tion of the present constitution
Polls ar. opened at suDiise and closed at j. r
sunset. "
The ballot must be one white paper r '
ticket, and contain on its face the names of 8l
the candidates, written or printed, for
whom the elector wishes to vote, and des
ignating the office for which the elector o:
wishes them chosen. If a vote be chal- •
lenged, the voter is required to swear that c
he has the qualifications stated above; b
that he is duly registered in his own pro- ©
per name ; that he is the person he repre
sents himself to be, and that he has not
already voted at the present election.
REGISTRATION. 3
Tbo above are all the points needed to be
observed, except the vitally important re- I
quirements of Registration and Trtnsfer, *
which however are few and simple. Every j
voter on coming of age, or completing the
required term of residence in his state and
voting precinct, should go to the Registrar
(there is ono at every voting place) and t
see to it personally that he is regularly
registered, giving under oath his nawe, age, j
occupation and the length of time of his I
residence in the Rtate, county, city or
town ; if iv a city, giving the name of the
stre-t and number of the house where he 1
resides. This may be don* on the .
second Tuesday iii' May of e»cli yeai ■ j
»* every voting precinci. hi mo »waiu, ou
a I n any day previous to ten days before <h
election in November in the country. Tn th
. j cities Mid towns of over two thousand it;
_ habitants the registrars may Bit three day
for purposes of registration ten days befor
J each election. Rut the voter to be sal
ought to perfect his registration on tho firs
• day of the sitting of the registrars, whicl
they are required by law to advertise fo
J ten days, by posting written or printed no
tices at ten or more public places in cacl
■ precinct before each sitting.
j TRANSFERS.
1 Whenever a voter changes his resideno
' he may get from the registrar of tho (lis
, trict from which he moves a certificati
that he was there duly registered, anc
r that on his removal his name had beer
erased from the registration books. Such t
certificate is what is known as a transfer
This transfer may be presented to the
registrar of the district to whicr
; the voter has moved at any time even or
i the day of election in tho country. But it
cities or towns containing over two thou
sand inhabitants, it must be presented on the
i tenth day preceding the election, or if thn
registrars sit so long on the two following
days above named, preceding the election.
It is believed that the above contains all
the information needed for the most care
less voter.
ItlLl'l III.H'AIV PLATFORM
Adopted I iiiiHlmously lay the Rciaub
liciaii Stale Convention, at l.yncli
■tiii'ir. .Inl.v :i«iu, isr.i
The Republicans of Virginia, in state
convention assemled, do now formerly
announce their principles to the voters of
the commonwealth. 1 hey realfirm and reit
erate their platform of 1R72. They en
dorse and approve the admimstration of
President Grant in the past, and pledge it
(heir .support for tl'C future.
TAXATION.
We are in favor of the ad valorem
system of taxation, as adopted by
the state convention, a* the only just and
equicable 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 tho stato
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 paity 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 lor the greatest
number, being one of the principles of
Republicans, wo are 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 the James
River and Kanawha canal, and call
upon the Congress of the United States to
take this matter into consideration at the
next session, and mako an appropriation for
the same. Believing it to bo a national ne
cessity, it should be a national highway.
We pbdije tho Republicans of Virginia to
uso every endeavor to secure its early com
pletion. We 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 ug iv securing
these desired results.
THE PURLIO DEBT.
The Republican party of Virginia, in
common with the national Republican par
ty, Ls opposed to all formsof 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 be made more fully to confirm
thereto. We disapprove all extra com
pensation, and favor economy in govern
ment, state and national; that we deem
tbe act known as the "funding bill" as
mpolitic, unjust and oppressive, and en
acted solely in the interest of bondholders,
regardless of Ihe 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 the United
States for decision.
MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT.
We are in favor of the development
of the material resources ol our state,
which, urder the rule of the 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 the
state, which exist in rich profusion on every
hand, need but enterprise and capital to
develop them, and thus make Virginia one
of the greatest manufacturing states in the
Union. To this end, we are in favor of
such liberal legislation as shall tend to en
cjurge the investment of capital in mming
and manufacturing operations, and of gen
eral laws of incorporation, together with
such a liberal spirit ou the part of our peo
ple as shall invito men ot enterprise to
come and dwell among us.
REFORM IN TIIE ADMINISTRATION OP
JUSTICE.
We are in favor of reform in the
administration of justice in this state, and
an enforcement of the 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 the president,
vice-president, and all other officers of the
government, as far as possible, by the di
rect vote of the people.
ARBITRATION.
We approve and endorse the noble
and humane policy inaugurated by Gene
ral Grant'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 the 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 state 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 Fauqnler.
Secretary—John H. Popham,ot Richmond cily.
First Distrlctv-P. J. Carter, Northampton; T.
J. Hill, King William, and R. I). Beckly, Alexau-
Second District.—John F. Dest-ndorf, Norfolk;
Rufus 8. Jones, Elizaboth City; and Joan M.
Dawson, Williamsburg.
Third District—Rush Burgess, Lardon Boyd,
Richmond; and E. K. Kane.
Fourth Distiict.—Oeorge W. Graham, Notto
way ; J. P. Evans, Petersburg ; nnd Joseph Jor
genson, Prince Edward.
Fifth District. -Judge L. M. Shumnker, Dan
ville ; G. W. Finney, Franklin, and Hamilton
Aldermann, Carroll.
Sixth District—(l. V. Case, Bedford; W. P.
Brinton, Nelson, and R. R. Alexander Rock
bridge
Seventh District.—S M. Yost, Staunton ; Hen
ry Tnrpin, Goochland, and W. T« Coleman.
Eighth District.—E. O. Johnson, Madison; J.
H. Deane, Freaerick, and S. E. Ohamberlayne.
Ninth District.—George S. Smith, Smythe;
G. T.Egbert, Washington connty, and J. B.
* Frier, Roanoke.
ad EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
fie Chairman.—Judge Alfred Morton ;
ne Secretary Ex-Offlcio.—Colonel John R. Pop
hartl ;
v- Rush Burgess and J. A Taylor, of Richmond
ys Hon. ,T. B. Sener, Fredericksburg; Hem. J. II
L, Clements,""Portsmouth;. Hon. G. W.Graham
f Nottoway; W. P. Brinton, Nelson; W. F
le Moseley, Goochland ; S. K. Ohamberlayne
St Loudcun ; Dr. John Walsh. Wythevllle.
-h ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
■"" In charge of the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh am
n " Ninlh Congressional Districts, except. Flu
!i vanna and Goochland counties.
i hah mini.—Everett W. Early ;
Secretary—Frank J, Bramhall, P. I). Boi
"•-L". Lynchbnrg, Va.;
Assistant Secretary.—T. B. Work;
-c Treasurer—John F. Wilson.
3- Rooms : Over the Lynchbnrg National Bank
t e = — — ——■ a
id I'K1)FI.!SW1I~)..
a JOHN LTON,
r - ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ie
h Lnlo or Petersburg, Va.. has REMOVED TO
RICHMOND, nnd will attend the courts in Rich
mond, Chesterfield and Petersburg. Office No.
n Shafcr Building, Tenth street.
I- oc I.l—lm
c I. H SHIELDS,
! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
' ttmrthgll Hall, Corner 7Vnth and Ban* Street
RIC--O*D, Vi.
Practices ln the UuiUxJ States Courts.
Particular attention given to canes arising ns
der the United States Revenue Laws, and Bank
ruptcy.
Attorneys outside of the city can have their
Bankrupt cases here attended to promptly, and
■ carefully looked after, by corresponding with me,
• thereby saving tbem the expense of visiting the
cttv. oc as—itawfcw im
) L. 11. (LiiisDi.Sß. Ai.ra-n Mouths
| CHANDLER & MORTOI.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
i 'iibu-r Ban- am, TfcSTH Strkkis,
r RIOHMOND, VA.
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work is not presented in tho usual limiteij style,
its dimensions 14x20, making a picture of very
desirable size, ln itself an ORNAMENT TO THE
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beautiful Chromo will bo allowed to go lo the re
tail stores, anil those will be sold nt their actual
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nection with our Magazine, both will he ftir
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The invention of DR. ROYCE FOR THE
PRODUCTION, STORING, AND TRANS
MITTING POWER, etc., by compressed air ;
also for destroying yellow fever on Ships, in
hospitals lor Ventilation, etc., have been proved
to be the only successful methods, where pu
ping maclnery is used.
Notice Is hereby given that the management
aud control of these patents has been placed lv
my hands with 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
for Copies at the Patent Office. The reissues
are numbered 6,2'H and /S.JO 2, and for terms of
nse by addressing me P. O. Box 1076, or 68
Liberty street, New York.
fe n—sowly HOTtirTF, H DAY.
AGRICULTURAL I ai |-L,KI»IKVr»,
WO^flCE.
The firm of Watt A Knight having been dis
solved on tne Ist October, 1572, Manfred Oil.-,
(my son-in-law) is now an equal partner with
ma under the style of WATT & CALL, in the
manufacture of the CELEBRATED WATT
PLOW; the Cuff Brace Plow, GEORGE
WATT'S OWN INVENTION, and agricultural
implements generally.
I have, within the past eighteen months,
made great Improvements in the WATT PLOW,
and can, with greater confidence than ever,
recommend it to the farming community every
where GEORGE WATT.
THE
WATT PLOW
EVER TRIUMPHANT : AND THE
CUFF BRACE PLOW,
of all sizes, from oue to four horses.
WHEAT DRILLS, very superior; HAR
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FARMINU IMPLEMENTS tor sale on the
best terms.
Send for circulars.
je 26—d swAwDm WATT * CALL.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
WILLIAM fa^MLEYr
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND AUCTIONEER
No. 7 Elevbnth Street. Betwerh
Mais anu Bark,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.,
Has on hand for sale, Estates and Farms In
every section of Virginia; handsome Dwellings
and desirable Building Lots in this city and the
town of Manchester, and beautiful* Lots in Jen
ningsvllle. mv 26—dsw&wilm
9000
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ITNI
TED STATES, for the Eastern DlsShct of
Virginia.
In the matter of B. A. Lewis, a bank
rupt—ln bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va , this 6th day of Oct'r, 187 S.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
D. S. Hi-ks, of the connty of Brunswick
and State of Virginia, hereby gives notice
of his appointment as assignee of the estate of
IJ. A. Lewis, of Brunswick county, Virginia, in
said district, and who was, to-wit, on the 9th
day of Sept'r, a. d., 1873, adjudged a bankrupt
upon the petition of himself, by the District
Court of the United States, for said district.
Dated at Richmond, Va., Hie 6th day of Oct.,
a.d. 1678. D.S. HICKS.
oc 14—Tu3w Assignee.
4985~
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
." L h .„i™w of J - s - Tan Horn ' a baDk ' Dpt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
Jacob Cohn, of Richmond city, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assignee ol the estate of J. S. Van Horn,
of Henrico county In said district, who was, to
wit: on the 30th day of August, a d., 1878,
adjudged a bankrnpt upon Ihe petition of him
self by the District court of the United States
for said District.
Dated at Richmond, ihe 6ih day of Oct., 1873.
JACOB COHN,
ocJ4— TnSW Asalgnee
fit 102
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District oi
Virginia.
In the matter of James T. Caldwell, a bankrupt
iv bankrnptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this oth day of Oclober,
1873.
TO WHO M IT MAY CONCERN :
The undersigned, A. T. Mooklar, of Richmond
city and Henrico county, Virginia, hereby
gives nolice of his appointment as assignee of
the estate of J. T. IJaldwell. of King William
county in'sald district, who was, on the llth
day of Sept'ber, a. d. 1873, adjudged a bank
rupt on his own petition by the District Court of
said district.
Dated Richmond, October 6th a. d., 1873.
A. T. MOOKLAR,
oc 14—TuSw Assignee.
IN 1 HE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of John F. Taliaferro, a bank-
At Richmond, Va„ this 17ih day of Sept, 1573.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice that a petition haa been
presented to the Hon John C. Underwood, judge
of said District Oourt in Bankruptcy, by
L. L. Lewis, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said
bankrupt, free from all liens and eucumbrances
thereon,
This is to give notice to all persons interssted,
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 before Register W. W. Forbes, at his
office in tho said cityot Richmond, ou the 26th
day of Oct., 187S, utlo o'clock a. m-, and show
cause, If any you have why such order shonld
not be granted L. L. LEWIS.
I oc in -1- -.".'. *-ritiirr

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1 -a
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FOB 1873.
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OF VIRGINIA THAN
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PER IN THE
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BANKRUPT NOTICK*.
—' ~~ To,.: "'■■" ' ™—-•
I rpillS IS TO OIVE N.TICK-That on the
| f X lath day of October, a. d., 1873, a war
rant in bankruptcy has been Issued out ol
the District Court or tho United States- for the
Eastern District, ol Virginia, against the estaie
of William E. Hicks, ol Matthews, c -
<y and State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on bis own
r Paf 1 ' 1 ! 0 " : Iliat tu * Payment of any debts, and
■• the delivery or any property belonging to said
bankrupt to him or for his nse, and the transfer of
any property hy him, are forbidden by law; thai 1
meet ing of 1 (p. creditors ofsai.l bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and choose one or more assignee* of
his estate, will bo held at a court of bankruptc v,
«r .U- h ? lt,e " ia Richmond, Virgina, before
W. W. lorbes, esq., .register, on the Ist day
of November, a. d., IR7», at 10 o'clock a m
DAVID H.PARKER.
oc 18—S2w U. S. Marshal
. — W37
' rpillS IS TO GIVK NOTICE-Tlial on tlie
X 16th day of Oct'r, 1873, a warrant in bank
ruptcy was Issued ont of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District
' 2, .Virginia against Ihe estate of H. li. I'
Pool of Mecklenburg county and Slate of
Virginia, who lias oeen adjudged a bankrupl
oil hu own petition: That the payment al any
debts, and the delivery ol any property belong
ing to sai/I bankrupt, to him nr for his use and
the transferor any proiwrty by him, are forbid
den by law: That a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt, to prove Ulelr debts, and choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will be held
at a court of baukruptcy, to be holden al
Richmond, Va, before W. \V. Forbes, esq ,
register, on ihe :st day of Nov'ber, a. d., 1573,
at lv o'clock a. m.
DAVID B. PARKER,
oc 18— U. 8. Marshal.
Una)
rnilis is xo (JIVE NOTICE—TIiui on th*
X Htii day or Oct'r, a. d., 187.'), a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court
of the United States for the Eastern District of
Virginia, against lhe estate 01 John P C
Peters, of Culueper county nnd state '
of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
on his own petition: That tho payment
of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging to stud bankrupt, to him
or for hi< uso, and the transfer ot any
property hy 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 estaie, Will be held at a court
of bankruptcy, to be holden at the register's
olllce, Richmond, Va, before W. W. Forbes, !
esij , reglsier, on the Ist. day of November,
a. d , 1873, at 111 o'clock a. m. 1
DAVID R. PARKER,
oe 18—S2w U.S. Marshal
!*jO'\S ' * I
rpms IS TO UIV~ NOTICE— Tmit on ihe
L 17th day of Sept'r, a d, 1873, a warrant
iv bankruptcy baa been issued outof the I Is.
trict Court of th.-United States for Ihe Eastern
District of Virginia, against the estate of L
L. Hrlclihouse, ol" Henrico count? and Stato of '
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on I
his own petition: Thai the payment '
of any debts, and the delivery of ai.y property '
belonging to s lid bankrupt, to him or for his l "
use, and the transfer of any property by him, '
are forbidden bylaw; 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, Vu,, befoie VV. W" Forbes, c
esq., register, on the Ist day rf November,
1 a. d., 1573, at HI o'clock a. m. I
DAVID R.PARKER,
oc 10—F3w U. 9. Marshal. 1
6013
fIMIIS IS TO OIVE SNOTICE—ThiII on P
X the 22rt day of Sept'ber, 1573, a warrant in ?
bankruptcy was issued out of the District l
Court of tlie United States for the Eastern x
District of Virginia, against, the estate ol J H. r
Robertson, of Nottoway county, Va., who bos l
been adjudged a bankrupt ou his own petition :
that tho payment of any debus, and the deli- *
very of any property belonging to said baa* l
rapt, to him or for his use, and the transfer ol s
any property by him, are forbidden by law; I
that a meeting of the creditor.- of said bank- '!
rupt, to prove their debts and choose ou« or *-
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a °
court of bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, *
Va., before w. W. Forbes, esq , regis
ter on the Ist day of Nov'ber, a. d., 1873, ttt 1
10 o'clock a. m. DAVID B. PARKER, J
oc 10—F2w U. s. Marshal. "N
Mll.l
riIHIS IS TO GIVK NOTICE—Thnt on the ~
_L'26th day of Sept'r, a d., 187!, a warrant in
bankruptcy has been issued out of the Distiict 2
Court of Die United States torthe Eastern District
of Virginia, against the estate of James E. Mer- a
ritt, of Amelia county and State of Virginia, 4
who has been adjudged a bankrupt ou his H
own petition : —That the payment of any :l
debts, and the delivery of any property l '
belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his t(
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,
and choose one or more assignees of hi; estate,
will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be |
holden at. the register's office, Richmond, Va., J
before W. W. Forbes, esq., register, on the Ist o:
day of Nov'ber, a. d., 1873, nt 10 o'clock a. ni
DAVID B. PARKER. E
oc ift-F-w tt. s. Marshal.
0030
i-lIHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE-That on the 0
X Ist day of October, a. d., 1573, a warrant
in bankruptcy was Issued out of the District "
Conrt of the United States for the Eastern
District of Virginia, against the estate of Wm. d
M. Buyley, of Lunenburg co. and state of Va., t)]
who has been adjudged bankrupt on the pen- "
tion of himself: that tho payment of any ll
debts, and the delivery of any property belong
ing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, II
and the tranfer of any property by him are for.
bidden by law ; lhat a meeting oi the creditors
of said bankrupt, to prove their debts and l
choose one or more assignees of his estate, will |
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden X)
at Richmond, Va., before w. W. Forbes,
esq., register, on the Ist day of Nov'ber, a. d.. _
1873, at 10 o'clock a. in. T
DAVID B. PARKER,
OC 10—F2w U. Si Marshal. |,
0027 a]
TJIIS IS TO nil';. NOTICE—Thai on Die ■
Sd day of October, a. d., 1873, a warrant in w
bankruptcy was Issued out of the District
Court of the United States for the Eastern "I
District of Virginia, against the estate of T. A. Si
Lacy, of the county of New Kent and
State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrup! ou his own petition: That ihe pay
ment of any debts, and tbe delivery of any pro
perty belonging to said bankrupt, lo him or tor -w
his use, and the transfer of auy property by him, ■
are forbidden by law: That a meeting of the Xi
creditors of said bankrupt, lo prove their debts, B
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. Forbes, ,r
esq., register, on lhe Ist day of November, „,
a. d. 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m. ■
DAVID B.PARKER, ~
oc 10—F2w U. S. Marshal. j;
478 _ 7 tl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNI. n
ted States for tbe Eastern District of Vir- I)
ginia. di
In the matter of James L. Davis, bank
rnpt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the llth day of Octobor, a d —
1873. T
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please lo take notice hereby, that a petition lt
has beeu, to wit: on Iho llth day of Oct., a. d. *
1873, filed in said District Court, by James L D .
Davis, of Spotsylvania county in said district
who has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt <~
under the act of Congress entitled "An act lo 'j
establish a Uniform System of Hankruptcy 2_\
throughont 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, l- '
one ot the registers of said conrt in bankruptcy,
at his oflice in Richmond in said district, is the
time and place assigned for tbe hearing of the —
same, when and where you may attend and show
cause, If any you have, why the prayer of the
said petition Ehould not be grunted. ■
You are also hereby notified, that the second V
and ill nd meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt will bo held at the same time and in
place. W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for thu
_ oc 11— Stiw 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va. II
IN THE UKXItIUT COCKT OK THE C*l- S
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir Pj
ginia. "
In the matter of J. E. Patlerson, a bankrupt «
—in bankruptcy. jj
At Richmond, Va., this 13th day of OcLo- 'I
ber 1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice that a petition has been pre
sen ted to the Hon. John 0. Underwood, J edge _
of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by
R. B. Berkeley, assignee of the eslate of
said bankruj t, to sell the real estate belonging to J
said bankrupt free from all liens' and encum- gi
brances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested, —
that in lhe terms of said petition an order has
been issued by the Hon. John C. Underwood T
Judge aforesaid, for all persons who may be in
terested ln said estate, to appear before Regis- hi
ter W. W. Forbes, at nis olllce in the said cily a,
of Richmond, on the imh dny of Nov'ber, 1873, S
at 10 o'clock, a. ni., and show cause, if any ti
you have, why such order should not be granted, b:
R. B. BERKELEY. a<
oc 13—M2w Assignee. ri
_— _ n
IN THI;; DISTitiCT COURT OF THIS UNIt)
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vu- j,
ginla. o
In the matter of Mary E. Russell, bank- y
rupt—ln bankruptcy ir
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—The un- s ,
derslgned, John T. :■'—, , or Accomac co. V a. here- t |
by gives notice ol u,s appointment as assignee a
of the estate of Mary X Russell, of Accomac „
county, in said district, who was on the D
27th day of August, a. d., 1673, adjudged a
bankrupt on the petition of herself, by the Dis- a
trlct Court of the United States, for salddistrict. r
Dated October 3, IiTI.
JOHN NEELY,
OC 6 —2awftw Assignee.
#C WILL PAY FOR 6 COPIES OF THE d
_>«J WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for one fl
y«_r. I
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
li- I |y 1 ,^, 1 , : , ' • vn T l ' B»AT-a DISTRICT
ir- ? . (UUUT > for ,h >' Eastern District of Vir
,',' ! I" ""• mutter of .1. M. Redman, a b.u.i.
|'( mp ~ 111 bankruptcy.
,','.' K---loml, V-., Ihi-i 1.-il, day „f o.iol.ei,
M TO WHOM IT M\Y CONCERN :
n Please lake nolice, that :t petltioa has beau
presented to lhe Hon. John O. Underwood, Judge
r ?,C Eald aJUUtet Court in Bankruptcy, by
"■ Vm. If. Allilor.liee, assignee of lhe estate
a «r sold bn.lll.lnpt, to sell the mil estaie lie
■e longing to said bankrupt, free from all liens ami
m lucumbroncea thereon.
™ ~ Tll ' 3ls . , ° Rive notlco to all persons In Untied
( that In the terms of said ]ietiiion an order his
> linen issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may ho Interested in said estate, to an
penr before Register w. W. Forbes, athlsoin'e
_ lv the said cliy of Richmond, on lhe 28th day
ot October. 187:1, at 10 o'clock a. m ami show
~ cause, if any they have, why melt order should
> not be granted.
f WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
I °° M-TMw Assign.....
'; T'l,T, H, ' : DISTRICTCOURT of The ONI-
X TED STATES, for the Eastern Dislrict ( 1
1 V irginia.
r In the muticr oi 1:. p, tutamr, a baakrupi
- —in bankruptcy. ■
J ** Richmond, Vn., this lsih day of October,
r TO WHOM I r iUAY CONCERN •
i Please take noliuj, that a peUUoo has been
presented to the Hon. John I). Underwood
Judge of said District Court, lo Bankruptcy, l,v
, Wm. H. Allderdice, assignee of the estate oi sad
, bankrupt to sell the real estate belonging to told
bankrupt, free (rom all liens anil encum
brances thereon.
TbisistogivenotlC" to all persons interested
that in the terms of said petition, au order has
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who muy be Interested in said estate, to ap
pear before Register W.W.Forbes, esq, at his
office tn the snid cily of Richmond, on the 281 la
day of Oct., 1573, at ID o'clock a. m., nnd show
cause, if any you have, why such order should
not be granted.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc H)-Tli2w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Efil.
TEU STATES, for the Eastern District of
V irginia.
In the matter of William Warrener, .1 bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Y'a., tliisl.-iih day 01 Oclober.
1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please tako notice, that a petition has been
presented to the Hon. John 0. Underwood, Judge
of said District Court iv Bankruptcy, by
Wm. H. Allderdice, assignee of the estate of said
bankrupt, lo sell ihe teal estate belonging lo said
bankrupt, tree fi.im all liens and encumbrance,
thereon.
This Is to givo notice lo all persons interest!-,!,
lhat In the terms of said petition, nn order has
boon issned by the Judge aforesaid, lor nil per
sons wh_ may- be interested in said estate, to ap
pear before Register W. W. Foi lie.-, ,ti his oflice
iv the said city of liiclimond, on lhe sth day of
October, 167L1, at lv o'clock a. ra., and sine
cause, if any you have, why snch order should
not lie granted.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
0?. 19—Th2w Assignee
IN THK lilsTtiici' cull.,t oi thi;
UNITED STATES, for the Eastern Districi
of Virginia.
In the matier of E P. Wood, a bank
run!—in bankruptcy
Al Richmond. Va., this 10th day of Oct'r 197,1
TD WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, tnat. n petition has item,
presented to lhe lion. John O. Underwood, judge
of said District Court, in Bankruptcy, by 11. B
Bibb, assignee Uie estate of said bankrupl.
to sell the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free from all liens and encumbrances
thereon.
This is to give nolice to all persons intere.-teil
that in the terms of said petition an oiler ha*
been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be Interested in said estate to ap
pear before Itegisii-r W. AY. Forbes, at iii:. office
In the said city of liiclimond, on the 'J.sth day of
0ct,1873, at lv o'clock a m., and .-how cans-, If
any yon have, why such order should not lie,
granted. H is hihh.
oc l.i—M2tv Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK Ui>l-
TED STATES for Ibe Eastern District of
Virguiia.
lv the matter oi C'ytas S. Gordy, v bankrupt
— in bankrnptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—Tlie undersigned.
Thoni is W. Taylor, of Accomac county and
Stale ot Virginia, hereby gives notice ut ti>»
appointment as assignee of the estate ot Cyrus
Cyras S, Gordy, oi Accomac co in said di.-trii-t,
and who was to-wlt, on the :t;th day of May,
a. d., 187;!, ailjudgi.il a bankrupt upon the peti
tion of himself, by the District Court of the Uni
ted Stales, for said district
Dated at Accomac county, June in, 187.1.
THOMAS W. TAYLOR,'
oc 13 — M3w _ Assignee.
2112
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, for the Eastern District
of Virginia.
In the matter of Benry Berger. vs. c- H.
Brautigam, a bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this Ist day of Oct., 187.).
To Whom it May Concern—The uudirsigned,
O. H. Wendlinger. of Richmond, Henrico counly,
Virginia, herein/ gives notice of his appoint
ment as assignees of the estate of C. II
Brautigam, of the county of Henrico in s ild
district; and who was to wit: on the llth day
of Aug., a. d, 1873, adjudged a bankrupt upon
the petition of himself, by the District Court ol
lhe United States for said district.
Dated at Richmond, the Ist day of Oct , a. d.
IS7LI. C. H. WENDLINGER,
oc 6—MHw Assignees
6(104
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNl
led States for tlie Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of James JI. Dillon, bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned, Joseph Jorgenson, oi lv
tersbnrg city, \a., hereby gives notice of his
appointment as assignee of the estate of J.
M. Dillon, of l*r Edward county in said districi,
who was, on the llth day of September, a. d.
187:), adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition cf
himself, by the District court of the United
States, for said district.
Dated at Petersburg, Va., Sept'ber 27,1R73.
JOSEPH JORGENSON,
CO 23—MSw Assignee.
407U
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED S I'ATES fut.the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
Iv the mutter of William Warriner, bank
rapt—in bankruptcy.
To whom il may concern: The undersigned,
William H. Allderdice, of Richmond, in the
county of Henrico and State of Virginia, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
the estate of W. Warriner, of tho county of Pi.
Ed war din said district, and who was to-wit, on
the a.'ilh day of Aug., a. d. 187:1, adjudged a bank
rupt upon the petition of himself, by the
District Court of the United States, for' said
district
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
oc B—W.Sw Assignee
4999
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE CM
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia.
In the matter of William T. Quart*,, a
b'liikrupt— lv bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
Samuel T. Dicherson, ol Caroline co. Va,, hereby
gives notice ol bis appointment asassigueeot the
estalo of William T. Quailes, of Carol In c
counly in said district, who was, on the Mb
day of September, a. d. 1873, adjndged a bank
rupt on the petition of himself by lhe District
Court of. the United Statea lor said district.
Dated at Richmond, October 6,1873.
SAMUEL T. DICKERSON,
oe 14—Tu3w Assignee
MOT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern Districi of
Virginia.
In the matter of Joshua Hines, a bankrupt
in—bankruptcy.
At Richmond, Va., this cth day of Ocl, 1873
To Whom It May Concern—The undersigned,
R. S. Hints, of Prince Edward counly and
Slate of Virginia, hereby gives notice of his up
poinlnn-nt as assignee of the estate of Joshua
Hines, of Prince Edward county in said dis
trict, who was to wit, on the the 13th day of
Sept'ber, fl. d., 1873, adjudged a bankrupt upon
the petillon of himself, by the District Court
of the Unitid States for said district.
Dated at Richmond, October 0, a d., 1873.
R. S HINE-,
oc U—Tu3w ' Assignee.
~ ~_62»
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT Or THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District ol Vir
ginia
In the matter of John L. Scott, a bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, this :Ust day of August, 18705
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please 10 take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, 10-wit: on the Ist day of Sept'r,
a. d. I&U9, filed in said District Court, tiy John 1.
Scott, Off ihe county of Dinwiddie iv said dii -
trict, who lias been heretofore duly declared
bankrupt under the actof Congress entitled "An
act to establis.'i a more nniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United Slates," approved
March 2d, 1887, lor a aiichorge and cci liflcalc
thereof, from all his debls and other claims
provable under said act, and that the 14lh day
of Sept'ber, 11. d. 1870, at 111 o'clock a m , befoie
W. W. Forbes, one of lhe registers i f said conn
In bankruptcy, at his ollice in liiclimond, lv
satd distiict, is tho 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 ol the said petition should not
be granted.
You are also hereby notified that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of said bank
runt will bo held at the same time and place.
1 W. W. FORBES,
Register In Bankruptcy for
oc 11—Tu2w the 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
AC, WILL PAY FOR SIX OOPIESfOF THE
s>tJ WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for |o_o

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