trim* ol Mii.lmnilry.
7li ll.r Kditor of The Stale Journal :
Vi stfrday I had a pleasant horseback
liile, from Luray lo this place, up through ,
f-ie surpassingly rich am. handsomo valley |
ni tho llawksbill river ; not quite so ex
tensive as lhe famed Shenandoah Valley,
hut eqnaliy as fertile and charming, occu- •
pied by a substantial and intelligent class
of farmers, whose line fields, fences build
ings and meadows show they undcist&nd
and honor their business. The valley is
bounded in by tho Massanutton and other
itJgcs. and overlooked by various high. |
prominent peaks, known as " Stony Man,"
"Mary's Rock,'' "Hound Head," and
" Kenedy's Peak," with many others.
Vast quantities of good wheat and com
aTe raised here, while lhe best of horses
und cattle aro seen in considerable num
bers in the rich pastures.
The mountains in this region and other
portions of Page county abound wilh im
mensa quantities of superior iron ores
and other valuable minerals.
The best farmers in this county are now
wide awake to the subject of organization,
and are joining the order of Patrons of
This evening at 7 o'clock a largo au- |
diencc of tho farmers and their families
assembled in the Melhodist church to hear
an address frorr. the deputy on the subject,
which occupied about an hour, and was
listened to with very close attenlion, and a
vole of thanks tendered. Kroin lhe edi
tors nl' The Pago Cornier and from Judge
Ashby I received useful information and
To-morrow afternoon a grange is to be
organized and initiated here by Colonel D.
,S. Curtis*, general deputy of lhe National
Grange, composed of the Graves, the
Koont/.., tho Biedlers, the Longs, and
other intelligent cultivators. Efforts are
also being mado for Granges in the north
part of the county, and at Luray, lhe
county seat; all of which will he initiated
early next week.
Saturday, 25th October, 1873.
The ofliccrs of the Giange, organized
near Marksville, to-day, are: Master, T. O.
Graves; secretary, Clias. E. Graves; lec
turer, 1. N. Grates | treasurer, S. M.
Just now the forests, on lhe mountain
sides and in the valley, are looking most
splendid and brilliant, arrayed in their
beautiful co.tumes of gold and scarlet and
purpio foliage, of lighter and darker hue,
according lo the different sorts of trees, as
the oak, maple, birch, gum, walnut, sassa
ins, hickory, dng-wood, and numerous
others, as they glitter in the sun and darken
in the shade. P. S. 0.
—Yesterday in New York city Reuben
. Ragland bought the Petersburg railroad
stock, sold at miction in that city, at M"
—The P. ft D, P. E. Uve lately exe
cuted two mortgages on their road and
Wiling stcek, recorded in Danville, one
for fifteen hundred-thousand dollars, and
one for two millions of dollars.
—In Logan county, West Virginia, Colo
mi Anthony Lawson, formerly of that
county, but now of Wytheville, Virginia,
leccntly made an immense sale of coal and
timber lands. Tho amount was 175,000
acres, and the purchasers Messrs. Dunlap,
(,'iawf'ort & Co., of Pittsburg.
—At the recent session of the California
conference of tho M. E. church, South, held
nt Sonoma, Bishop Doggett presided. At
\he adjournment of the conference, the
brothers presented Bishop I). with an ele
gant goldheaded cane as a testimonial of
A 4l„e.tlon of Importance to Ike South.
In the case of Adams and others against
('atter'.in, pending belore the supremecourt
of the United States, lhe question is whether
an executor who, under the lawsof Alaba
ma, as a Confederate state, rendered his
account before tho proper probate court,
and was discharged, can now he made re
sponsible for a failure of tho fund because
the estate was settled and the account
discharged in Confederate money. The
court below (the circuit court ol Illinois)
held that the proceedings before the pro
hate court by which the executor was dis
charged would not now he disturbed, on
grounds of public policy. The argument
,m the appeal to this court is that the entire
proceedings in the probate court were void,
ns it was not a court recognized by the
United States, but which owed allegiance
lo what was called the Confederate States,
and proceeded under laws enacted in aid
of tiie. lebellion, and there having been an
order made under which the account could
lie discharged in Confederate money. In
reply, it is said that while the court would
not now land its aid to enforce a contract
or give ifT.'Ct to a law which was intended
to aid lie rebellion, it will refuse to open
a ton. uramited transaction between citi
/ us of the sam_: government, though
founded on inch ■ hiw—Washington
Mammoth Remains.—ln 1872, a party
of Americans left San Francisco to endeavor
to reach Wrangle iand in the Arctic Sea.
They landed near tho mouth of a large
liver running from the northwest, and
* about eighty miles inland observed many
indications ot mammoth remains. On
clearing away the snow from one of the
spots, the whole of a well preserved ani
mal of this genus was exposed to view.
'I lie head was beset with long thick white
b*fr, and the tusks, eleven feet eight inches
in length, were curved backwards towards
Ihe eyes. The animal was in a kneeling
position, and the binder part of tho body
heiug deeply buried in the snow, and in
such an attitude as it would take if it had
died while endeavoring to extricate itself
IVom the bog. In its stomach was found
lark and grass. These remains were dis
tributed for miles over the plain, and were
so abundant that it appeared as if a numer
ous herd perished there. The place swarms
with polar bears, which live upon the
bodies. — Gcoloa, lleichsanstalt, Vienna.
M. D. Conway, in a recent letter from
London, Kays : "Last year and this sev
eral female artists, whose works has been
sent their contributions under
feigned masculine names, ami in nearly
every ease the pictures se sent were ac
cepted, applauded and well hung for the
admiration of tho public! A lady at
Richmond borrowed the name of a gentle
man of her acquaintance, and the pictures
supposed to be by him were sold at a very
huge price ; and it was only because of a
largely increased demand on the said gen
tleman for income tax that the ruse had to
lie confessed and the fact made known that
a male name in English art is equal to
several hundred pounds."
A NeHKASKA AC'KN O.VI,ED(IME..T.—
A. L. Palmer, probate judge of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, in a certificate of ac
knowledgment, after stating that the wife
and husband appeared before him, etc.,
"That 11. lluitcrfield, husband of the
K&id Cornelia Butterlield, having been ex
amined separate and apart, and out of tbe
hearing of his said wife, acknowledges that
te releases dtn"er and homestead without
, impulsion of his said wife."
ROOMS REP. EXECOTI \U OOM'TKE. > j
RlCirtrtMin, Benteml. r 15, I*7ll. S
The Executive Commillee I"'* m.ile Hi- I-I-
Canvasser ot Large.
foT and Thirt^gres slonal
CAPTAIN EDWARD McNUI.tY, Chester-
Held conntv, canvasser at large lor Richmond,
Petersburg and Norfolk.
OAPTAIN W. S. I.TTRTY, Harrisoubui".
MA.IOR.IOHN A. HARMAN, Staunton
A. S. dRAY, Harrisonburg.
GENERAL WILLIAMS C WIOKHAW,
JIDN. JOHN R- POPHAM, Richmond.
HON. J. FOOTE JOHNSON, Bedford.
UK. JOHN WALSH, Wytheville.
, Soiitlitlde Division. •.'•«'
EHON. C. Y. THOMAS, Martinsville.
COLONEL JOHN W.JENKINS, Petersburg.
HON. O. 11. PORTER, Petersburg.
HON. JAMES H. PLATT, Norfolk.
HON. JAMES B. SENER, Fredeitcksbnrg.
First Congresslonnl District.
JAMES M. BRICKHOUSE, ESQ., Princesi
HON. JOHN S. BRAXTON, Richmond
P. J. CARTER, ESQ , Northampton, cpunty.
Second Congressional District.
HON. .TAME. H. CLEMENTS. Portsmouth,
HON. J. H. VAN AUKEN, Sussex connty.
HON. R. G. L. PAIOE, Norfolk.
Third Congressional District.
HON. RUSH BURGESS, Henrico, county.
HON. JOHN AMBLER SMITH, Richmond.
MAJOR W. F. WOKTHINOTGN, Richmond.
LANDON HOYI), Richmond.
MAJOR JOSEHH WALKER, Manchester.
WM. H. LESTER, ESQ., Ricbmoßd.
Fourth Congressional District.
HON. W. H. 11. STOWELL, Burkeville.
HON. EDGAR ALLEN, Farmville.
HON. JOSEPH JORGENSON, Peter-burg.
HON. W. L. FERRAI.D, Burkeville.
HON. GEORGE W. GRAHAM.
HON. J. P. EVANS, Petersburg.
I ilili Consresslonni District.
HON.L. M. SHOEMAKER, Danville.
HON. J. M. STOVALL, SR., Halifax.
1). S. LEWIS, ESQ., Danville.
Sixth Congrcssionnl District.
HON. PAULUS POWELL, Amherst county.
HON. J. H. RIVES, Lynchbnrg.
HON. GREEN JAMES, Botetourt county.
Seventh Congressional District.
HON. MONTGOMERY SIMMS, Charlottes
HOH.W. T. EARLY. Charlottesville.
MAJOR R. O. BANKS, Goochland.
JNO.G. NEWMAN, Page county.
Eighth Congressional District.
L. L. LEWIS. ESQ., Cnlpeper.
MAJOR R. H. CARTER, Fanqnler.
COL. EDWARD DANIELS, Fairfax.
HON. LEWIS McKENZIE, Alexandria city.
R. I). BECKLEY, ESQ, "
E. E. WHITE, ESQ.
Ninth Congressional District.
HON. JAMES H. PORTERFIELD, Giles.
J. M. ADAMS. ESQ., Scott cennty.
JOHN S. SLATER, ESQ.
11. B. DERRICKS, ESQ., Roanoke fotinty.
WILLIAM O. ISALCH, esq., Nokcsville.
Prince Willi.in county;
COLONEL S. E. CHAMBERLIN, Water
ford, Loudoun county. ■
COLONEL R. J. 8. WHITE, Wheatland,
HON. .1 T. GRAY, Falls Church, Fairfax
JOB HAWKSHURST. Fairfax county.
NOLLE esq., Culpepper county.
GEORGE PANNIL. esq , Orange county.
MA.IOR Ii C. JOHNSTON, e.g., Madison
COLONEL D. J. WOODFIN, Buckingham
COLONEL JOHN W. JACKSQN, Fluvanna
ANDREW I). WEBB, Appomattox Court
THOMAS V. CLAIBORNE, Rocky Mount
JOHN 11. PEDIGO, Henry county.
CAPTAIN JOHN F. WILSON, Lynthborg.
J. M. WOOD, Lynchbmg.
JOHN AVERETT, Lynchburg.
JOHN J. GARLAND, Lynchburg.
ALLEN EVANS, Campbell county.
HON. 11. D. NUTTING, Halifax.
GEORGE HARRIS, esu. "
COLONEL I. HAYES SHIELDS, Henrico.
L. G. POWDEN. ESQ , Richmond.
J. ANDERSON TAYLOR, ESQ., Richmond.
JOHN OLIVER, ESQ., Richmond.
HON. GEO. W. GRAHAM, Burkeville, Not
HON. JOS. RUSSELL, Brunswick county.
M. R. DE MORTIE, ESQ., Burkeville.
HON. R. G. GREENE, Petersburg.
JAMES H. BAILY, ESQ., Petersburg.
HON. WM. GILLIAM, Prince George county.
HON. PETER J. MORGAN. Petersburg.
HON. JAMES P. GOODWIN, Petersburg.
B. J. EPPES. ESQ., Dinwiddle O. H.
HON. W. N. STEVENS, Sussex county.
HON. PETER K. JONES, Greenville county.
JNO. F. DEZENDORF, ESQ., Norfolk City.
LUTHER LEE, ESQ.,
HON. JNO. C. PAGE, Beaver Ham, Hauovar
County. » _ - .-__
E. K. KANE, ESQ., Milfoiil, Caroline counly
ARTHUR A. SPITZER, Richmond, Va.
HON. E. W. MASSIE. West Point, King
J. L. FRIEDSLEY, ESQ., King and Queen
T. J. HILL, ESQ , West Point.
Fourteenth District. •
To be hereafter made.
MAJOR JOHN G. NEWMAN, Page county.
WATKINS JAMES, Shenandoah county.
GEORGE RYE, Edlnhurg, Shenandoah
MAJOR S. M. YOST, Staunton.
WM. 1.. IIERR, Staunton.
WM. G. BROWN,Staunton.
JUDGE WM. N.BARNITZ, Salem, Roanoke
J. B. FRIER, Salem.
JON D. SLATER, Alleghany county.
1.. F. LOWE, Fincastle.
i n. ALDERMAN, Carroll counly.
L.H. BRYANT, Grayson county.
W. R. liIOKEY, Grayson county.
W. F. SLATER, Wytheville.
J. PEROIVAL, Wythe county.
CAPTAIN 11. O. JOSLYN, Jonesville Les
H. II DOTSON, Wise Conrthonse
J. CULBERTSON, Scott, counly.
IRA FIIOATE, Scott county.
T. T HAWKINS, Russell county.
J. C. ( '■ VI AN, Russell county.
HON. S. P. BAILEY.SaIem, Fauquier county.
F. H. BRUCE, ESQ., Sperry ville. H.ipalmn
CAPTAIN GEORGE TURNER, Louisa
J. L. TALIAFERRO, ESQ, StalTord county.
i A. L. McKINNEY, ESQ, Spotsylvaula
WM. 11. SCOTT. ESQ, Fredericksburg.
C. W. TINSLEY, ESQ., Norfolk
J. T. WILSON, ESQ, Norlolk.
CAPTAIN A. J. TERRY, Charlotte Conrt-
PHILLIP WOOD, ESQ., Amelia county.
BENJAMIN FLE«HN-1, ESQ., Cumberland
JOSEPH LIGGON, Massie's Mills, Nelson
J. WOOD, Danville.
'I wenty-Sevemh Districi.
GEORGE V. CASE, ESQ , Liberty, 11,-.1:..nl
ABEL HUNTER, ESQ., Bedlord counly.
THOMAS Y. MOSBY, ESQ, Bedford connly,
• Twenty-Eighth District.
It li. TALLEY, < lharles City county.
WM. Ii DAVIS, New Kent connty.
W. R. DAVIS, ESQ., Elisabeth City.
KIIFUS JONES, ESQ., New Kont.
HON. WM. R. C. DOUGLASS. Williamsburg-
A. 8. NICKENS, ESQ., Lancaster Conrthoose
L. R. STEWART, ESQ , Richmond county.
HON. A. P. LATHROP, Mecklenburg.
| HOSS HAMILTON, ESQ , Mecklenburg.
Ji i.sF.pil WALKER, ESQ., Che-terfleld
HON.C W LASSITER.
IRVING oTORY, Southampton. ,. t i_,t r-
To be completed by local committee.
HON.L O.BRHTON, Middlesex.
JOHN W. DIXON. ESQ., Matthe*...
WILLIAM 11. BRISHY, ESQ., N- _ Kent.
E X SNEAD, ESQ.. Onancock, Accom.-u.
DR. NATHL SMITH, Chhicot. ngn.-, "
EDGAR J. SPADY, Eastvllle.
GEO TOY, Northampton.
HON. C. D. GRAY, Harris.nbnrg. Rocking- ,
ham county. j
C. E. HAAS, ESQ- Rockincham couuty
A. L. LINDSAY, Bridgwater.
A. C. LONG. Lao Spring.
J CRAWFORD, Harrisonburg.
-lilHVSevenlh District. .'
T. B TAYLOR, ESQ.. Lexington. V*
J. L. HARRIS, Oakaale.
J. M. PATTERSON, Rockbridge county.
H. ABRAHAMS, Rockbridge comity.
C T. FLEISIIER Monterey.
T. A. OALLEY. Warm Springs, Tlatb count*'. I
R. R. ALEXANDER, ESQ., Rockbridge county 1
S. D. SURFACE, Momtgotnei-y county.
W. BAHNITZ, Montgomery county.
F. A; WINSTON, Floyd county.
« Thirty-Ninth Distrirt.
J. A. ECHOLS, Giles connty.
H. A. JAMIESt )N, Pulaski county.
A. W. SHUEY, Blend connty.
S. LAIRD, Tazewell county.
S HUNT, Tazewell county.
COLONEL G.T. EGBERT. Abingdon
J. M. DAVIS, Washington county.
O. D. BMYTII, Marion, Smiih connty.
The connty committees of the various counties
are authorized and rcqnested to appoint county
canvassers in their respective connties.
The committee is gratified to announce that
In addition to the foregoing list of able and cn
erg-tic canvassers, the Hon. J Harmer Gilmer,
of Richmond, and other distinguished speakers,
have volunteered their sen-vices during such pe
ltodsof the canvass as can be devoted by them
to tho cause. Hon. J. Harmer Gilmer's appoint
ments will be announced in a few days.
ALFRFD MORTON, -hairman.
Jonx R. Popham, Secretary.
RICHMOND PRICE CURRENT j
COR. AND FLOUR EXCHANGE.
IlicHHOsu, October 811,167.
Wheal—White, ],_94 bushels Red, _70 bn ..
Corn—While, .118 bushels.
Wheat—Wllte. 93 bushels very good, 111.70
_lfl prime, $1 75.
Richmond, October SO, 1873.
Mr. L. Gimml, weighroasterat the Live Stock
Scales, makes the following report of trunsac
lions for the week ending October 23 :
Cattle, U-lhead common to lair, i' 2 [email protected]:'. .1
gross; medium togo.-d, $1 [email protected] lb. Sheep dull
it 25©4 to for good; nlme, tl 76. Hogs, coin
fat, dull nt te SO. Veals, good, $0 00.
Lugs, common, to good * b oo© ij be
Lugs, medium to good. 0 60© 7 60
Leaf, common to medium 8 on© 9 On
Leaf, good » OOwll 00
Leaf, line wrappers and stemmer... 12 no© It no
Lugs, common, chiefly smokers.... 1 ixnil) Bbo
Lugs, medium to good smokers ami
Lugs, extra smokers 13 [email protected] no
Leaf, medium to good fillers 10 0001. on
Leaf) wrappers,'good „ 110 IK)©.:. 00
Leaf, wrappers, line to extra 90 0018711 no
REVISED BY GIBSON 4 BROCK,
sixili Street anil the Cuuul.
. Pike—4-4 boards Mer'tanie.-tU @ tI.H
boards of Ml lengths
n w In demand.
Bids and scantlings
tim'r s—av'ge length. 10 ty 16
oP _ * R—X, 4-4, 8-4 and scant
'r.O.-K—Plank and scantling. 14 © 18
IcKosT —If solid, clear and
good, about 16
WaI.BCT —4-4, 6-4,8-4,3 in , 6x6
Bx6, according to qual-
HooFF's—Dull; white oak, green. 7 ty SS
rrable 8X © 9
Flour barrel staves,
seasoucd [V; heading] 6 © S
Whiskey bbl staves.
Market well supplied,
Seasoned poles entire-
I Laths —sawed 2not} 2_6
I Sbimolbh —\erv few coming in ;
Cypress No. I—B Inch
llncbheoi't 6 IK) ty 6 00
Va, heart plue, 4 inch . 60 @ 6 no
Palikos —Susquehanna w. pine it, no @3o 1)0
Virginia pine 10 oo ©12 on
i The above are the wholesale prices paid by
REVISED BY L. POWERS 4 SON,
15 IO East Main Mreet.
Butter—lP ft Choice 26© 28
Fair to common I*, ty 16
Corn M_*_- Bolted white, ty bus ty s.
1 Chbesb—Prime cutting 16 ty 16
In bbls and boxes, ty doz... IU @ 18
Fbatbeus —Live geese ty ft 70 © 76
Fiaxskeu— ty bus 160 ty 180
Family <£ bbl 9 26 ©lo mi
HiT-V.-.. Tim. baled,f i 0011,.'.'. ©1 ii
I Oats—Baled, ty inn lbs 75 © 1 no
Peas—Black •■••■•••••• 1 *» © 1 bo
Potatoes—New, ty bbl 2 oo ©.1 no
Hoots—Ginseng, $1 ft 60 © 76
Seneca, " 66 © no
Straw—Baled, HP 100 lbs Ml ©
Somac—*l 26 per 100 pounds.
Vikb'oar—Older, gall '■ 211 © SO
Sot« —Hemlock Over-w'ght,
Middie|2_®.V2-., light 28 © .11
Good, damaged 26 © _7_
I S_i«s —French kip 123 ©I 60
BestFiench calf 1 60 © 2 25
Fibisbed—Upper, ft 40 © an
Harkess —Saddlers' Country, H
Hollos sTOoK~Skirt7u n g c , S %i_'.'.'.'.'._'.'.'. 30 «f M
Calf skins, ffc T5 ty uu
Kip skins, HP ft 41 © in
Sheep skins, %l d 0..... a 1)0 ©6 00
Wbt SaiTKd—Steers, ty ft - lo 60 011 60
Calf ekine, each I 60 01 76
Dst—Country Hint, (selling rates] 18 tf 'io
SHt«<- 16 © 14 |
Green I buying rate) 7 © 9
BACON AND LARD—Western Shoul
ders, loKalOMe.; Bone Sides, II Hall Vie.; Clear
Rib, ll(_al2c; Breasts, 11 Mal'lc; Plain Ham',
16c.; Sugar-cured. 16e.; Canvassed, 17ai-C.; Vo
glniahog-round, HalSc. Lard, Country, BnlOc ;
j Biiltiinoie leal In tierces and barrels, loalUNc;
lin half barrels, 10Kc; iv kegs, llalllic. These
barrels hall-barrel -0.-i>; North Carolina No. 1
j iVj -Mackerel—No. 1 Bay mackerel,
1 |l_itl . !fr>. I shore, * .26a-9; No. _ (In her
i rels), tin: No. t large in barrels) #ll.olia*il .'. ■
li, »l-:-., 1.. .1. jiils,N. C. yari,_, ♦1.66.
PLOW ()ASTTNnJs—WTioi.sale,llH«.; retail,
GHINDSTn.ES—I_a_n per lb fbt small ttut
medium; laroest-e,.*--*. •
lit! i.N -C.'.t .. '.' '' --it -
! f*me™.?" _.!md.».' ♦" J-5.' '' I _..' .
.!• .T'd... »l,'."V ; r' ". '. !,' ''■■'■.hind Gin
' tto.oo f»er case
LIME AND < EHh.ST—Kockville, Vitginla,
♦l.sml.in-. Rlverion. .I.Slial.lu; Roe-land,
♦1.60bv quantity from wharf! t1.76 by retail
j from store: Roeedale, *}1.20*2.i!,; Calcined P._ *
j p,.np b__..:'n. o' Mola.es BS^rt-Stnn..
• l'enny,"»6Mi « to 7-peniiy, *HH; 4 lo .penny
! »f.H; 3-penny, »71t. By the 100 kegs, We. toss.
Stbei.—Naylor'e cast, 18)4. English blistered,
ISe; American do., HaJ2c
OlLS—Kerosene _Ba3lc. whole-ale; .raits,
. 6a7oc; linseed, 90c. per gallon by the barrel.
Virginia lubricating Oil, toe. Whale Oil, 90c.;
Laid Oil, 86c; Sperm Oil, ♦2.-5; Labrador Cod
Oil, for tanning purposes, 66a90c
PAPER STOCK—Mixed cotton rags, 4a4kc
v. ,iii ",f.u._ c; woollen, 2a4c; imperfections 2ltaS<!
PREPARATIONS—OId Dominion Fertilizer
*<M: Gilham's Tobacco Fertilizer *70 00; Gil
ham's Trnck do, »70 ; do. ootton Fertilizer, »B0 OO;
Powhatan Raw Bone Super Phosphate, $60 OU
Whann's Super Phosphate #56 ; Soluble Paclfl"
Sea Fowl, and Norfolk Fish, *60 00; English To
bacco Fertilizer, *70 00; Eureka, */»?_; Flour of
Bone •60 00; Gilham's Peanut Fertiliser, 160 01*
POWDER—Siwrting, *8 per keg, *6.60 by the
lot; blasting, ♦3.76a4 by tho lot; mining, ♦!._.'_,
4.60 by the lot; Eagle powder in flasks ♦11.60 per
I ea_ of 25 pounds; Treble F, in canisters, %H pel
of 26 pounds.
! Crushed.... 12)4 Refined Yellow 9H
Country merchants should remember In order
tug, that refined sugar is constantly fluctuating
SALT—Liverpool, (2.40; jobbing price, per
sack, ilround Alum. *2.'_6a2.40.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE—3Oa9Oc.
TEAS—Black, 66c.afl.26—the last a prime ar
tide; Imperial, 80.11.60: Gunpowder. 6Hat1.76
METALS—lrob—Horse shoes, 7Hao_c; mul
-hues, B_i 18 _; nail road, Be.
100 LARORERS WANTED.
THE riAULKYKANAWHA COALCOMPANY
(English) will HIRE ALL HOOD HAND 3 apply
ing till supplied, at one dollar per day, payable
Ist and lntli of every mouth, to work in prepar
ing their property for mining in Fayette counly,
West Virginia. Transportation furnished ut
two cents per mile.
Apply at Imboden'. office, corner Tenth and
OFFICE OF THE J. R. ANDK. CO., <
lii.n_u.vn, October 28,1873. s
THE ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE JAMES
IiIVER:AND KANAWHA COMPANY will
be held at this office WEDNESDAY, Novem
ber 6, at io o'clock a. m.
APPOINTMENT OF PROXY.
Know all Mrs rv these Phesents—That we,
the subscribers, being stockholders In tbe James
River and Kanawha Company, do hereby con
stitute and appoint _—-— our true and
lawful attorney and proxy, to represent each of
us in all general meetings of the stockholders of
! said company, held within six months from and
after the date hereof, when we are not person
ally present or represented by some other proxy;
with full power and authority, at such general
meetings to give such vote or vote-, and to do
such other act or acts as each of us could give or
do, as a member of said meetings, if we were
personally present; and we do hereby ratify
and confirm whatever vote or votes, act or acts,
our said attorney may lawfully give or do for
us in pursuance of the authority hereby con
ferred upon him.
Witnesi our hands ond seals this day of
, one thousand eight husdred and .
T ° " WILLIAM P- MUNFORD,
oc 28— 6t Secretary.
THE SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
RAFFLE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Widows and Orphans of the Southern
IIIBTKIBUTIo. .No. 614. Evehisu. Oct. 29
12 14 66 8 13 1 45 71 II 61) 63 69 08 Hi
I UisTRIBQTIOB Wo. 615 .Ylur.visii. Oct. mi
41 70 45 74 63 72 46 6 37 19 33
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., this SOIh
lay of October, 1873.
SIMMONS 4 CO., C «. TOMPKINS,
CERTIFICATES OB' RAFFLE can be pur
chased from Captain W. I. DABNEY, at the
H::n.ch oflice. No. 8 Twelfth street, thrse doots
'inns IS TO GIVE NOTICE.—That on the
JL 29th day of October, a. d., 1873, a wai
rant in bankruptcy was issued out of the Dis
I trict Court of the United States for tho Eas
| tern District of Virginia, against the estate ol
Robert R Jones, sr., of Brunswick county and
State of Virginia, who' have been adjudged
a bankrupt on his own p.",.ition : That the pay
ment of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging to i aid bankrupt, to him or
foV his use, and the transfer of any property by
him, are forbidden by law ; That a meeting ol
the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
I debts and chojse one or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be
holden at Petersburg, before J. L. Waterman,
esq., register, on the 20th day of November,
a. d. 1873, at lllo'clocka. m.
oc SO—Th_w 11. S. Marshal.
I -I.HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—Thut on the
in bankruptcy was Issued out of ihe District
debt*, and tbe delivery of any property belong
ing to said bankrupt, to him or for his use,
and the tntnfer of any property by him are for
bidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors
of said bankrupt, to prove their debts and
choose one or more n-signees of liis estate, will
he held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden
at Richmond, Va., hefore W. W. Forbes,
esq., register, on tbe M day "1 Nov'ber, a- d ,
157., at 10 o'clock a. n j. ATtKEBi
oo 10-F2W U. St Marshal.
rn||is IS TO ««V« -iOTlCf—That ou the
1 ...I day of October, a. d.j 1873, a warrant hi
bankruptcy was 1. .Ned out of the District
Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of Virginia, against the c. late of T. A.
Lacy of the comity of New Kent and
State'of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on bis own petition: That the pay
mentof any debts, ami the delivery of any pro
perty belonging 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
mills IS TO GIVE NOTlOr— That en the
has been adjudged n bankrupt on his own peli
tion : Thai the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to suld bank
rupt, to him or for hi* use, and the transfer of
any property by hint, are forbiddeu by law i—
That a meeting n 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 the regis
ter's olttee, Richmond, Virginia, before W. W.
t'oib__, esq., register, on the lst day of
November, a. d , 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m.
WILL I'AY »-)_ 6 t'OPIFS OF THK
I «_r ALL SIZES OF WINDOW GLASS,
KEROSENE OIL, WHITE LEAD, IAN3KEU
OIL, sriTttT.. TURPENTINE, Ac, whofr.ale V
or retail. 1,. WA(. NER, Druggist, |
oe ISr—tt Sixth and Brosd streets. ,
ieFfiTM ccTo Umiok,
I AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT, 1414 MAIN STREET.
I On con* Ignment, s large and dc_rahle slock
~: MHNITURE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
: DRY (IOODS, HATS, CAPS, NOTIOMB, CLOTH- '
I wonld respectfully call the attention of the
| citisens of Richmond nnd public generally, to
this large and varied stock of the above named
goods, embracing as it does nearly every article
to be found in a well-slocked house. The mosl
lof these goods have been ipurchnsed since the
great i' iciii. i il crisis, at greatly reduced prices,
' which enables mo to offer lo the trade and con
sumers, at private sale, greater inducements
;lh n the J*'
Consignments solicited. Out-door sales
! promptly attended to.
I oc4 Auctioneer and Com. Merchant.
*3-RED FIRE, GREEN FIRE, AND
BLUE FIRE prepared and sold by
I L. WAGNER, Druggi.l,
oc 13—tf Sixth and Broad street.
«._-. !_-___». E. M. 0*«BO»o.
9cß~ PERKINS «. CARDOZO,
OESERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION
Liberal edrances made on consignments.
*y Special attention paid to the sale or To
bacco, Oraln and Flour. nil 21—tf
toy GAYETTY'S MEDICATED
AND STAR MILLS PAPER.
L. WAONER, Druggist,
oc 13—tf Sixth and Broad streets.
«©-~SPOTBWO6ir COAL YARD.—I
have renewed my lease on the Spotswood Coal
Yard, anil am now ready to receive orders for
winter supplies of FUEL.
ANTHRACITE COAL for grates, stoves nnd
WINTERPOCK, CUMBERLAND and MID' |
LOTHIAN COAL ;
West Virginia SPLINT COAL ;
SOFT COKE for stoves and ranges ;
OAK and TINE WOOD, long, sawed and split,
(kindling). W. S. PILCHER.
CHURCH OOMMiTTEES TAKE
NOTICE—OAS FIXTURES and CHANDE
LIERS, REBRONZED and REPA -RED—made
to look as good as new—by
ap 9—6 m 818 Broad Street.
t_r*Gl_oßQE W. JP-tES,
OFFICE No. 711, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND
EIGHTH, FRANKLIN STREET.
Has fresh liquid gas for PAINLESS EX
TRACTION of tteth. Having best materials,
ample facilities and 25 years experience, is pre
pared to gently and thoroughly Fill, Cleanse.
Regulate and Extract tho natural teeth anil
insert artificial ones ou any material desired.
All work warranted. myl—6m
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TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
JL TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
In lhe matter of Henry Berger vs. O. 11.
Brautigam, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond, this 29th day of October, 187 S.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to-wit: on the 29th day of Oot'r,
a. d. 1873, filed In said District Court oy C. H.
Brautigam, of the cl y of Richmond in said dis
trict, who has been heretofore duly declared
bankrupt under the act of Congress entitled "An
act to establish a more uniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United State's," approved
March 2d, 1867, lor a ai-charge and certificate
thereof, from all his debts and other claims
provable under said act, and that the 14th day
of Nov'ber, a. d. 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m., before
W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said court
in bankruptcy, at his office in Richmond, in
said district, is the time nnd 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
You are also hereby notified that the second
and third meetings of the creditors of Baid bank
rupt will be held at the same time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for
oc SO—Th2w the 3d Cong'l Dist. of Va.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern Dis rict of
I* the matter of J. W. Harwell, bankrupt
To Whom It May Concorn—The undersigned,
Joseph Jorgenson, of Petersburg, Va. hereby
gives notice ol his appointment as assignee of the
estate of J. W. Harwell, of Petersburg city
In said district, and who was, on the :10th day o
Sept'ber, a. d. 1873, adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition, by the District Court of the
United States for said district.
Dated Petersburg, Va., October 29,187...
oc 30—ThSw Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
ted States for the Eastern District of Vir
g "in a the matter of Raymond R. Slant, bankroll
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 R
R. Stant, of Accomac county In said districi
who was, on the 27th day of September, a. d
1878, adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition o
himself; by the District conrt of the United
States, for said district.
Dated at Petersburg, Va., October 29,1873.
oc SO—Th.w Assignee,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir*
In the matter of Richard S. Rew, a bank
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned
Joseph Jorgenson, of Petersburg, Virginia
hereby gives notice of his appointment as ossi
gnee of the estate of Richard S. Rcw, of th
county of Accomac in said district, who was o
the 27ih day of bept'r, a. d., 1873, adjndged
bankrupt on his own petition by the Distrlc
Conrt of said District.
Bited at Petersburg, October 29. 1878.
1MI IS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the
. 29th day of Oct., a. d., 1873, a warrant In
bankruptcy was Issned out of the District conrt
of the United States for the Eastern Di -net of
Virginia, against the estate of Jas B. Marshall,
of Dlnwiddie county and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti
tion : That the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, 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 bankrnp
to prove their debts and choose one or more as
signees of his estate, will be held nt a Court
bankruptcy, to bo holden at tho register's offlc
at Petersburg, Virginia, before J. L. Waterma
« -q., register, on the Ist day of Dsc'ber, a, i
1873, at ill o'clock a. ra.
DAVID B. PARKER.
OC3O-Th_w IT. S. Marshal.
1N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UN
ATED STATES for th. Eastern Districi of Vir
In the matter of Peter B. Barnes, bankrui
At Richmond, on the Olh day of Oct., ad., 187
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petit it
has been, to-wit: on the 9th day of Oct, a. c
1673. 111-d lv said District Court, by Peter
Barnes, of Richmond city in said district, w
has been heretofore duly declnred bankrupt v
der the act of Congress entitled "An Act
establish a Uniform System of Bankrupt
throughont the United States," approved March
2d, 1607, for a discharge and certificate thereof
from all this debts and other claims provable
undersaid act, aud that ihe Bth day of Nov'ber,
a. d. 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m., before W. W.
Forbes, one of the registers of said conrt In bank
ruptcy, at his office In Richmond in said district,
is the time and place assigned foi- the hearing of
tin _:ime, when and where you may attend and
show cause, If any yon have, why the prayer of
the said petition should not be granted.
Yon are al_o hereby notified, that tlu» s .cowl
and third meetings of the creditors of the
s»ld bankrupt will be held at the same time and
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k SSIGNEE AND TRUSTEE .ALL jffc
A or 3_-
VALUAfiLB REAL ESTATE IN MIDDLE
SEX COUNTY. |
By virtue of an order made on the llth day of
October, WS, by the Hon. John O. Underwood,
indge ol the District Court of tbe United States
for the Eastern District of Virginia, In the mat-
I ler of James W. Fisher, bankrupt, we will ex
pose to sale at public auction, on
WEDNESDAY, 2Ctb DAY OF NOT __MRER
next, at Uo'elock m., at the front door of the
conn-bouse of Middlesex counly, (lie", being
LAND. In the said connty, surrendered by the
said bsnkrnpt, the one called "Kidds," and the
other -Buckingham, containing together about
■ '. ■ ■
These tracts are very productive, located in a
good neighborhood, and lie within convenient
distance from the Rappahannock .fver, which
the prodncts to ihe Northern markets. The
. ' _'is _ Urn>tf+Ut I
One-third cash ; balance on a credit of six and
twelvemonths, In equal Installments, the pur
chasers to execute bonds with good personal se
curity for the deferred payments, and title to
be retained till tho purchase money is fully
paid ; which being done, good and sufficient
deeds will be made to the purchasers with
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
vg ASSIGNEE'S SALE f£%
VALUABLE LAND IN* PRINCE EDWARD
In compliance with n order of the District
Court of the United States lor the Eastern Dis
tilctof Virginia, dated August 7, 1.73, In the
matter of M. M. Dance, bankrupt, I will offer
for sale nt public auction, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1673,
I at 2 ~', lock p. m., In front of the United Stales
court-house, at Richmond, Va.,
250 ACRES OF LAND,
One-third cash; balance on a credit of six and
twelve months, the purchaser to give notes wilh
interest ndded for the deferred payments, title
to be retained nntil said notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
oc 17—2aw2w Assignee.
By James M. Taylor & Son,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
|gm ASSIGNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S g*
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN
HANOVER ANI) HENRICO COUNTIES,
By virtue of an order of the United States
District Court for Ihe Eestern District of Vir
ginia, bearing date October Ml, 1873, we will Fell
as assignee and inistee, on
WEDNESDAY, 6th DAY' OF NOVEMBER,
at; 12 o'clock m., in front of the Uniled States
Court-house at Richmond, A"a.,
10 ACRES OF IMPROVED LAND
in Hanover county, Va. Also EIGHT ACRES
OF LAND at head of Brooke Turnpike, in Hen
rico county, Va., with DWELLING and Store
house on the same ; behif; the property of Joi eph
Solomon, bankrupt, and surrendered by him in
This land will be sold free from all lien . and
One-third cn-.li; balance on a credit of six ami
twelve months for negotiable notes, lntete.t
added, and title retained until all the purchase
By James M. Taylor & Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
corner Eleventh and Bank streets.'
M% A*_K-NEE'S SALE. J||
By virtue of an order made on the 12th day of
February. 1873, by ihe Hon. John C. Under
wood, judge of the District i ourt of the United
States for the Eastern Dislrict of Virginia,in
the matter of Gabriel 11. Dillard, bankrupt, I
will expose to sale at public auction, free from
all liens and encumbrances, on
FRIDAY, THE 14th DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1873, at 12 o'clock m., in front, of the United
States court-house, in the city of Richmond,
21» ACRES OF LAND,
I lying in Essex connty, Va., part of the tract
called ' Greenfield," about eleven miles south
east of the Courthouse, with a small CABIN ;
and ONE-NINTH OF _•- ACRES OF LAND,
at Centre Cross, in said connty, including
One-third cash ; balance ou a credit of six
and twelve months, in equal instalments, the
purchaser to give notes with approved security
for the deferred payments, and the tiilo to be
retained by the assignee until said notes are paid.
JAMES M. MATTHEWS,
oc 11—2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs _ Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'S SALE JBk
A OF ZE
YAI.UARLE PROPERTY IN CULPEPER
Iv obedience to an order of the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, dated September 22, 1873, iv the matter
of J W Lutteral, bankrupt, I will offer for sale
at pnblic auction, on
TUESDAY, 11th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1873,
at 2 o'clock p. m., in front of the United Stales
court-house, in the city of Richmond,
408 ACRES OF LAND,
divided into three tracts, contiguous to each
. other, lying in the county of Cuipeper, Va :
NO. I—l6o acres, known as "Kemper Tract."
NO. 2—98 acres, known as "Petty Tract."
NO. 3—loo acres, known as "Baker Tract."
assessed respectively at $9, $5 and $6 per acre.
To be sold clear of all liens and encumbrances,
except the wife's right of dower.
One-third cash; the balance on a credit of six
and twelve months, Interest at six per cent,
added, the purchaser to give notes for the de
ferred payments, title to be retained until said
nolos are paid. D. A. GRIMSLEY,
oc !8-_aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
gm ASSIGNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S g*i
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY IN
CULPEPER COUNTY, VA.
In obedience to an order of the District Court
of the United Slates for the Eastern District of
Virginia, dated October 2,1578, in the matter of
John W. Oriffln, bmkrupt.Jwe will oiler at
public auction, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1.73,
at 2 o'clock p. m , in front of the United Slatf
court-boust. In the city of Richmond,
(560 ACRES OF LAND,
lying iv the couny of Cuipeper, with DWELL
ING and out-buildiugs thereon. The laud is
assessed at about (10 per acre. It may be sold
iv three tracts.
To be sold clear of all liens and encumbraiuc-.
One'third cash ; balance on a credit of six aud
twelve months, with interest at six per cent, per
annum, purchaser to give notes for the deferred
payments, tit c to be retained until said notes
D. A. GRIMSLEY, Trustee.
WM.H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
1 UNITED STATES, for Ihe Eastern Dislrict
In the matter of E P. Wood, a bank
At Richmond. Va.. this 10th day of Oct'r, 1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
presented lo the Hon. John O. Underwood, judge
of said District Court, In Bankruptcy, by H. B.
Bibb, assignee the estate of said bankrupt,
to sell the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free from all liens and encumbrances
This is to give notice lo all persons Interested
! that in the terms of said petition an oider has
been issned by the Judge aforesaid, for all per-
I 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 ,1673, at 10 o'clock a m., and show cause, If
JJ| 11 III,It SALE OF LAND. sp.
By virtue of an order of Hon. John C. Under
wood, United 8 etes district jndge, made ai
Alexandria on the .id day of October, a. d. 1673,
I shall sell at pnimc unction to the highest bid
der, in the village of Btll Haven, coun.y or Ar-
SATURDAY, THE 6rH DAY OF DECF.MHIR.
a.d. 1673, at 2 o'clock p. m., the following real
estate, lately belonging to Joseph Holt, a bank
nipt, to wit:
A LOT OR PARC! f. OF LAND,
situated in s.id village o; Hell Haven, In ."-aid
connty, containing FOUR ..' RES, more Or lest,
adjoining the lands of Will in S. Kellam, John
R. Floyd, Jo. ieh J. Win i t, ——— liusly and
the county road, subject t" the dower of Mrs.
Mary H. Jarvl*, widow c Thomas B- JarTi",
therein. Also iho
STORE-HOUSE A .D LOT
In said village, occupied by Sild Joseph Holi,
ANAtJRE. The ll.'st named has TWO RESI
DENCES thereon, and two very pietty lots can
be made out of Uie wane. One of these Dwell
ing:: Is large and comfortable, and has attached
thereto all necessary outbuildings. All of the
building.- and Improvements thereon are nearly
The Stare is admirably situated lor conduct
ing a large mercantile business, wilh all nece.
sary granaries nnd storerooms.
Ten per cent, on ilie amount of sale of propeiti
will be required in (ash. and the balance on a
credit of six, twelve and eighteen months from
the lst day of January, 1874, the ptuchtuer i"
give notes witli approved security for the de
ferred payments, bearing Interest from the said
first day of January, 1874, nnd the title to be re
i:m,i ,1 until suid notes are paid.
j BENJAMIN T. OUNTER.
I oc 2o—2aw3w Assignee of Joseph Holt.
fsy, I, .KGE SAUK OF REAL ESTATE Mft
UAI'PAIIOSIO WHARF, ON THE YORK
RIVER, IN THE COUNTY OF
Iv accordance wilh a decree of the District
Court of the United states at Richmond, Vir
ginia, entered In the case therein pending in the
matter of Jefferson W. Stubbs, bankropt, lhe
undersigned, assignees of the estate of the said
Jefferson W. Stnbbs. will offer for tale nt pobli.
auction, at Cappahosic, on
SATURDAY, THE BTH DAY OF NOVEMBER
1873, (if fair, and if not, then on the first fair
day day thereafer, Snndajs excepted,) all the
I Teal estate surrendered i>y the sale. Stnbbs in
his schedule, to-wit:
The WATER GRIST MILL, neex Cappahosic.
with 30 AORES OF LAND, called nun
known a- "Stubbs Mill."
1 lie FARM ca'led "Valley Front," on which
the said Stubbs now resides, containing ._'
ACRES, more or less.
The FARM adjoining that, called ''Uoullinfc's,"
containing 76 ACRES OF LAND.
The TRACT OF LAND ad|olnlng the same,
called "Salsberry," containing 141 ACRES
These farms arc very near CnppahO-te Whii I.
and admirably adapted to lru__ing.
ALSO THE STOREHOUSE
at Cappahosic, with SEVEN ACfeES OF
LAND and a ?• mail HOUSE attached, bnilt lor
ALSO 18 ACRES OF LAND, on which there
I are no improvements, about one hundred
yards frour. the store-house, on the mail,
road to Gloucester Courthouse, and FOl'I;
ACRES OF LAND within the tame diatam ■■
of the storehouse.
There is steamboat and railroad connection
wiih Baltimore and Richmond. There are al
ready three or four stores nit Cappahosic, and
being about the centre of the oyiiter planting
ground on that side of the river, with lands ad
mirably adapted to all kinds of trucking, i
offers advantages rarely to be met with.
THE TERMS OF SALE
Are: One-third of the pun-hate money In cash,
ihe balance' on a credit of si* and twelve
months, the purchaser to give notes with ap
proved security, and the title to be retained
until all the purchase money is paid.
Thomas C. Baytop or Jefferson W. Stubb..
who lives at Cappahosic, will show the pro
perty to any one wishing to examine it.
JOHN W. C. CATLETT, I As.l.nee.
JOHNT.SEAWFLL, $ Assignees.
se 20—2aw3-_ ______
5S ivS. !»!-__<_ SALE M*
\a\j jabde real" estate in ME.X
LENBURG AND LUNENBURG
By virtue of au order of the District Court
of the United Slates for the Eastern i l.trict; ol
Virginia, bearing date AugU-t 9, 1873, I will, si
assignee of Thomas J. Love, bankrupt, sell u
One tract of about 321 ACRES OF LAND
lying in the comity of Mecklenburg, on South
Meherrin river, about one mile from Mr. Josejili
A. Pugh's flouring and saw mills, adjoining tli'
lands of S. B Johnson, W. B. Smtthson, and
others. On this tract Is an excellent DWELL
ING with necessary out-honsee, and an orchard
of choice fruits. It is well-watered and tini
bered, at least two-thirds being in original
growth. A pleasant neighborhood, Willi
This tract I will sell at Bo.ydti-n,
RN THE 17th OF NOVEMIIER NEXT,
m., that being Mecklanbnrg court-day.
ither tract of about 187 1-2 ACRES
In the county of Lunenburg, near Nonh
Melierrin river, within one mile of Ufa-. David
Love's llouring and saw mills, uiljoining the land
of H. H. Love's estate, Joel Wall, and other.
On this tract is a good DWELLING with neces
sary out-housea, and a good orchard. It Is well
watered, and has a sufficiency of timber for
fanning purposes. A very pleasant neighbor
hood, with churches convenient,
f tract I wiil sell at Lunenburg Court-
ONDAY, THE 10th OF NOVEMBER
,t 12 m., Ihat being court-day.
c lands are well adapted to the crept I
gion ; are nov.'under cultivation, ana nic
,-orth lhe attention of those wishing t .
ird cosh; balance la six and twelv.
5, purchaser giving notes with approved
y for the deterred payments, and title n
until said notes are paid.
>r the above named lands for sale private
1 the above nam. d days of sale. If nut
foie lho.su limes they will be sold publith
vc staled. Persons who may desire i
_e will please apply to me. My address
»v Bay, Prince Edward county, Virgin!''
William O. Neubiil, Auctioneer.
a ...-.IO..EES' SALE JE.
VALUABLE REAL ESIATE ON THK
IRAi .'AILVNNOi X RIVER, IN ESSEX
. virtue of an order made on the 9ih day :
über, 11-73, (this month) by the Hon. John *'
ci wood, judge of the Uniled stales Dlslri. i
rt for the Eastern District of Virginia, in tli.
ter of ThomnsM. Jones, bankrupt, we will
Me for sale, in front of the court-Upnso in
ipsbunnock, Va., on
ESDAY, THE lira DAY OF NOVEMBER,
, the following leal esttile :
331 ACHE,- OF LAND,
ig a portion df the "l'tinnville Estate," situ
I un the Rappahannock river and Fi-cataway
X, Essex county, Va. Thin is consider.,!
or tlio finest estates In the county of Esse.,
-third cash ; the balance in six and lwcl>'
iths, the purchaser to execute notes for tl" :
.red payments with the interest added, title
c retained by the assignee until the who!'
rlinse money is paid.
WM B. MATTHEWS,
H. W. DANGEKFIEI.D,
i fl—2awßw Assignee.,
gm ASSIGNEES' fcsi.E tr-
REAL PROPERTY IN THE COUNIY 5*
By virtue of two decrees of the District Com i
ol the United States for the Eastern District •'
Virginia, entered respectively on tbe 14tb "I
August, 1873, and r.th or September, 1873, In the
matter of John H. Eggborn, bankrupt, the nn
dersigued, as assignee of said bankrupt, wi<
sell, discharged of nil liens, at public auction, a'
the frent door of Cuipeper cnurl-hoitse, toll"
highest bidder, on the
I..TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1873,
A TRACT OF LAND formerly belonging >''
said bankrupt, of 305 ACHES, adjoining "•'
lands of C. H. Croup. John K. Colluis, and otn
ers, on which snid bankrupt now resides, upon
Oue-thlrd cash ; and the balance on n credit; ol
six and twelve months, w.tli interest from tn
day of sale for the deferred iustullineuts ; «■'
purchaser is to execute his notes with approvs
security, and the title to be retalued until n
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