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fioiNo Ahead. —The Columbus (Ga.)
merchants paid taxes ou sales to the
amount of $4,500,000 during tho year
ISO!), The books for 1870 show $4,000,
--000 worth of poods sold.
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Telegraph in the Valley.—Mr. G,
K. Rrigham, of the Virginia Telegraph
company, has completed tho line from
Washington to Harrisonburg, Virginia. It
was opened for the transmission of mes
Senator Lewis.—The Shenandoah De
mocrat says ; "Senator Lewis is said to be
io well pleased with Washington city as a
residence that he has sold out all his stock
and farming implements, aud has leased
his farm for three years, with a view of re
maining at the capital during that timo,
if no longer."
The Tresidknt has given up his pro
posed ttip ta the Pacific slope on account
.of tha continuance of tho session! of Con
gress. He will remain in Washington un
til about the middle of Juno or the first of
July, when ho will go to Long Branch to
spend the summer with his family.
Japanese at West Point.—Tbo Son
ate committee on foreign relations has
agreed to report iv favor of admitting six
Japanese youths to tho West Point Mili
tary Academy, to be educated there for
military service, the Japan government to
p ty all the expenses.
Highly Important.—lt is rumored, says
the National Republican, that during the
session of the Joint High Commission all
the British war vessels in American waters,
or within ono thousand miles of the coast)
aro to be ordered homo, as their presence
might be construed into au attempt to in
timidate the American commissioners in the
consideration of tho important questions
pending before the Joint High Commis
*> » » ,—,
We veuture to say no government lira
ever made so magnificent an exhibit of
two years' financial work as that which is
exhibited in tho reports of tho treasury
department up to tho Ist ultimo. The
increase iv receipts over thoso from '07 to
'09 has amounted to $84 ; 994,049:74 ; the
decrease in expenses, $120,700,949 21;
the reduction of the public debt amounts
to $204,754,413.09. There' is a cogent
eloquenca about these numerals which ex
ceeds any rhetoric of the Fourth of July.
,*i r —
What Next ?—Ah 1 what will thoy
discover in Alaska next ? Already we
havo had coal, grapes, gold, silver, copper,
tomatoes, potatoes, furs, fish, and about
everything to be found elsewhere in any
part of this world. Now we real with
rapture of the finding in this blessed land
of millions of pounds of " fossil ivory,"
which is worth $1 per lb. in San Fran
cisco I Now for guano! We are sure
that there must bo guano in Alaska.
Now for a soap mine 1 If there isn't a
soap mine in Alaska wo shall be much
surprised. Now for a mare's nests !If
there are none of thoso iv Alaska, full cf
promising young colts, we shall be much
disappointed. And has there been any
search for milk and honey?
Eccentric Wills.—Tho New York
Times, in commenting upon the recent
mania for singular wills, say 3 :
Eccentric wills appear to bo the fashion
of tho day. Oue of the odd turns which
tho fancy of testators has lately taken in
to bequeath their bodies to various whim
sical purposes. Oao medical gentleman
thought it would be a graceful mark of his
esteem to leave his skeleton, uicely wired
and jointed, to his professional friend. His
wife, however, has disputed the bequest,
and it may become a question for tho
courts how far a man may be said to have
a property in his own corpse.
An ingeuuous Frenchman paid his ruis
t cis tho rare and touching compliment of
a mourning ring, to be manufactured from
the iron in his blood, which his chemical
' researches assured hira would bo just suffi
cient for the purpose. The freak of that
Massachusetts hatter, who desired to havo
his skin converted into a drum-head, aud
his other remains into a compost, has been
duly recorded iv these columns Perhaps
if this infection spreads, wo may improve
on these oddities, and it will become the
correct, thing to distribute one's bones,
nicely mounted, let us say, and inclosed in
suitable caskets, to one's friends, after
death, as we now leavo trinkets or locks of
Immense Snake Story.—A novel affair
recently took place in Marion county,
Ohio, being no less than a snake hunt on
a large scale. The reptiles had becomo so
numerous, aud so fearless of people, that
small children wero afraid to go to school.)
and they even attacked some adults, seve
ral having been bitten on their boots, and
it had become a common thing for fifty or
a hundred snakes to chase men, women,
and children, across the prairie. A party
was, therefore, organized for their destruc
tion, and the snakes wero surrounded, and
driven into a twenty-acre patch of prairie,
and tho outer edges of tho tall grass set
file to. The grass burned well, the flames
rolling up ten feet high ; and as the line
advanced, the snakes retreated into tho
centre, sometimes makiug desperate efforts
to spring through tho flames, but the blaze
being too heavy, they were killed in the
attempt. One bluo-racer was nine feet
four inches long, and seven inches in cir
[From tbe New York Democrat.]
Che Tribune has a column hcadod
"General Washington Topics." General
Washington never had 'em. Ho was vac
cinated the same day he cut down that
cherry treo. The old man vaccinated hiiu
with a boot, history to the contrary not
A man was arrested yesterday for black
ing his wife's eyes. If men would marry
black-eyed women in the first place it
would save a heap of troublo. They
wouldn't need to be frescoing tbtir eyes
every little while. . '
A MOTHER CLAIM* 11KR CHILD Aliii.
SEVEN YEARS —HE RFFUSF.3 TO RECOO
A Sussex county (I',i ) paper of tha 17th
ultimo, gives tho following d«Uiki of a
scene iv Georgetown :
On Mond.iy last ■ writ of habeas corpus
wus issued at the ioitattbt of Mary Lowis
Bgaißßt Mr.-\ Borrow!, ol Milton, io shmv
cause why she illegally tlotriim j -i little
boy, Wairen Lawk, ion of ihe aforesaid
Mitry Lewis. The following laots worn
elicited : . The boy is an Illegitimate child
of Mary Lewis, ami was when qolMyoODg
given tn .Mrs. 15. to raise. The hoy has
grown to he seven yeara of age, add a deep
affection exists between him nnd bit guar
dian. Tho mother has recently manied
and claimed her child, while Mrs. Burrows
refused in give him up.
Aftor heating the facts, the judge or
dered tho sheriff to give the child to his
mother, his natural guardian. Then fol
lowed a scene which begpars description.
The boy clung to his adopted mother, and
the old lady, with prayers and toars,
pleaded that she mioht bo allowed to keep
him. The littlo boy resisted the approach
of his real mother, and told her that ho
knew she was his mother, but that when
he was an infant sho had dpaerted him,
and that but for Mrs. Burrows ho would
have gono to tlio poor-houss, and that he
would rather dio than lcivo her. The
child used such language and evinced such
spirit as surprised every one. Thecrie9 of
Mrs. Burrows brought out the people of
tho town. The boy was taken to the
sheriff's oHice, and still he refused to have
anything to do with his mother; but after
the excitement had subsided the sheriff de
livered the little follow to her.
Good Words.—The Rev. James Lyuch,
the proseut Secretary of Stato in Missis
sippi, and a colored man, has recently
issued a circular letter to his friends in the
African Branch of the Methodist Episco
pal Church of that State, in which he says:
"Kxcrt yourselves, each and every one of
you, to restoro peace, order and good will bo
ttvecn persons of all classes. It can, it must
bo done. Indulge no feolings of revenge. It
will do no good. It will only make thiugs
worso. You havo a right to bo protected.
Demand protection. Give no offence to any
one, and seek immediately, through lawful au
thority, protection when offences aro commit
ted against you ; and if you do not get it, let
it be known. Do not encourage ill-feeling <
between white and black, though you may
have been wropged. Make the best of things ;
pursue tho even tonor of your way, as though
nothing had happened. Do not leave your
homes ; stand your ground ; throw yourselves
on the majesty ofthe law. This storm will not
last long ; the calm will como, and through
patience, faith and prayer you will yet have
SUDDEN AND FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE.—
Th-) UH-sJ melancholy and disastrous of all
fho dreadful effects of the sovero gale that
pessed over this portion of the country on
Sunday, the 2Gth of March, which have
yet reached us, is that of the swamping of
two boats in the waters in the neighborhood
of Dawfuskie Island, one containing Gfteen
negroes and tho other twelvo, in all twenty
seven, every one of whom were drowr.ed.
On Sunday last eleven of tho bodies washed
ashore on Dawfuskie Island. The rest
havo not been soen as yet, but will proba
bly le thrown up by the waves on some
point of land or other, if thoy do not drift
out to set.— Savannah News, April 4.
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cultural and Family Weekly. Specimens Free.
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Rochester, N. X.
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suitable fur framing, from paintings hy tho moßt
eminent American artista, so that each now sub
scriber, receives GRATIS what would coat $10 m tlio
print shops. Full particulars wilt bo furnished on
ANEW STORY BY A SOUTHERN AUTHOR.—
A Sorial Story of surpassing interest, hy the
author of "Valeric Aj liner,'' which the press have so
highly extolled, will appear in APPLBTON'S JOUR
NAL, No. 103. New subacrlhera may comnicnco
thoir subscription wilh tho beginning of tho Now
Story. Subscription price $1 per annum, or $2 for
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TIUILDING FELT (NO TAR),
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covering, mats Ac. C. J. FAY, Camdeu, N. J.
VINFG AR, how mado in 10 boura; without drugs.
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Druggists and Fancy Goods Dsalers. FRAORANT
BAPOLIENKCO., 33 Bar-clay slreet, Now York, 46
La Salle street, Chicago. ,
■ToOfi USK THK "VKOKTaITiTe 1 O 7 T\
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Th* old standard remedy fur Coughs, Colds, Con
sumption. "Nothing better."
' OUTLBR BROS. A CO., Boston
A GENTS!'READ THIS I
Wo will pay ago..ta a salary of $30 par wast and
Expenses, or allow a Urge commission to sell our
new und Wonderful inventions. Address M. WAR
NER A CO., Marshall, -Mich.
%M O PKR WKBK and '*l't'>isi-s paid AIIKNTS
tjp'jsvy to sell our Bow aud wonderful inventions.
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OIOK ONE, BEAD I
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paper (lipped iv your urine, and I will Bend some
thing fo ■ your cure. Charee, 41-o*l.
Da.W. STATE, Frederick City, Maryland.
\VOID QUACKS.—A victim if early indiacretiun
causing noi vuns dobility, ptetnature decay, Ac.
having til il in vain every advertised remedy, hi.a a
simple iiinaiis of sell cure which he will sond free lo
his lellow-auflarer*. Address J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nas
sau strast, Haw York. ap 7 '
Tf A. PIYIOM j
Dealer m .
MACHINERY, IIAII.H -AD. MANUFACTURERS
TBNTH gtXvEliT, lIETWESN MAIN ANb (MSI c
RICIIMONIr, VIRGINIA, 1
arSAM ENGINES ol Improved construction, for c
all purpo***, ol Rlohmond or NorthoiD build. r
[tlilroad, Uaehin*, Car mil Carpinitcr Shops, Plnn-
Ing Mills, Sash, Blml, lluor.Cabiuctware, Chair, lied I
stead, Wooden male, Agricultural, Maoblna, Hamlin, n
Spoke, Btave, Can-ri.e Wi.od, Cuttun anl Woolen (.
Factories, Cotton Olns, Farmers, Viinuliits, Rolling c
Mills, Tubaeco Factories. Tnunelns, Huw, Fluur-tug, a
Com and Paper Mills, ■hlflS, 80., Ac.; Pureed H nd s
Rolled Iron. (
Improved Ibafling, Pnllin anl Haacan, belting, t
ilher, S'.iws, rii.i-, Wrouches, Twlat Drill*, c
Htaats Qaugea. riaw Oiinrnn-i --, M-.-.-. m uA Water pipe I
and fixture*. Packing, Journal .\L.tal, Plok and Tool I
Handle*. Turbine Water-Wheel* Ac. Ac. <
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
11011. KitS bought, cold and exchanged. A quantity
of the Bam* on hand to be aold low, such as Engines
Boilers, Mill Stones and Goai-lugs, Wood Working, ,
Machiui ry, Ac.
Plana ami Estimates sf Machinery for Villi and .
Manufactories of all liinda. mh I—dAwly ,
WM. B. COOK. JOHN VILSS.
• I'IKEMX FOISDHV
NO. 8 KtOHTH STttEET, BETWKEN MAIN AND
Fkankmr, Uicumond, Va.
WM. 11. COOK A CO,
With improved facilities and with a determination- '
to please iv prices aud atylo ol work, we reapoctfiilly
ask from the pqpplo of Richmond, Virginia, aud the r
South genernlly, a lair aliare of patronage.
Verandahs, Balooafas,lion EtaUlaga, Vault and Cellar
Doora, Gratings, Wiudow Uuarr a, Awning Frame?,
Corruthiau Columns and Capitols, Ornamental Win
dow Caps, Ornamental Urackets for Balconies, Shelv
ing, Ac, Ventilators for brick aud Wood Cornice,
Una and Water Pipe, Hydrant Keys and Rods lor
Oaa and Water, Trapa for Citlverta and Hydrants,
Coal Shoots, and all kinds ol IRON WORK for build
Wo also manufacture logothtr wilh the above
work PLOW CASTINGS, and would respictfully
solicit the patronage of merchants and farmers. All
work gSiar-antoed, and oadcrs tilled with dispatoh.
n i Id—fl a
tO NEW EANS3KO ROOMS.
■**■ 10 North Tenth Strati,
Bet .voen Main and Bank Streets.
N-.TIOKAL FRF.EDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST
OBABTBaaD i>V CONGKEM KrIBOB,UB*>
DEPOSITS received and PAYMENTS nnd* d-.lli
(evceptiug hoilday.) from B A. M. to 4 P. M.
and on Saturday Evenings fr..m 6
to 3 o'clock.
INTWRKBT at tile rate of six per cent per milium
declared and compounded Iff March, July and No
vember, on ul! aniua of PIVI! (6) DOLLARS and up
DSPOPITfI >•■« c M PIVB CENTS ai.d np*ardi.
•!• if Cashier.
ois AIM AIiESTS,
JOYAL CLAIMANTS AGAINST THE UNITED
i States fur Quartermasters, Commissary*' Stores,
Lumber, Cattle, Horses, Provender, Ac., Ac, by act
of Congress, March I'll, 1871, can he paid by tiling
tbeir siainis before the Commission. Accounts care
fully prepared on tbo proper forms, Ac ,by
CHANDLER, MORTON A SHIELDS,
Attorneys at Law,
Corner Tenth and Rank streets, Roonia .:, ■'. and 4,
Richmond, Va. mhlo*—dAwlm
C—B*a a— i.~".
Thlrly years practico In tho
treatment of all moibid aftoctions, of a delicate char
acter, has enabled DR. PLUME to entirely eradicate
ail those nameless disorders arising from
thoiightleasnesa or indiacrotion.
TIICSE INTERESTED aro lnvitorl to make an early
call, with the ns-rtnanco of skillful treatment ond
■aa-Offlce on Franklin Street, (1413) fourth bouco
below the EEchnngo Ilotel, and diagonally epposito
Odd Fellows' Lull, Richmond. Va' mh 20—lm*
WashiisotuN, February 18, IS7I.
PUBLIC NOTICH is hereby given, that bosrlss will ,
be openo !on tho alxth day of Mrrrch next, In
tiris country and in Europe, tor subscriptions to the
National Loan, uniior the Act approved July 14,
IS7O, entitled "An Act to authorize tbe RelO-ding
of the National Debt," and tire Act in a'UeU-Jmout
thereof, approved 'auuary 20,1871,
Tbo proposed loan comprraen time classes of
First —Bonds to Iho amount of five hundred mil
lions of dollars payable iv coin, at the pleasuro of
tho United Stales, after ton years trom tho dato of
their issue, and hearing interest, payahlo qitartorly
in coiu, at the rato of five ptr cent, per annum.
Second —Bon-is to tho amount of time hundred
millions of duilai a, payable In coin, at the pleasure
of the Uuited Stites, after fifteen yeara from the dat*
of their Issue, and bearing interest, payahlo quarter*
ly in coin, at tho tat* of lour and a hal*' per cent per
iii i ii—Bonds to tho amount of seven hundred lull- ,
lions uf dollars, pajablo iv coiu, at the pleaiilio of (
the L'nitod Btatac, aiter thirty jears from tbe date of
their irisuo, and bearing Interest, payahlo quarterly
ln coin, at tbe rate of four par cent, per annum.
Subscriptions to the loan will havo preleience iv
the following ordor, namely:
FlF.fclT.—Subscriptions that may bo first niado for \
five per cent, bonds to the antouut of two hundred
millions ef dollars; of which there will be reserves
for twenty daja, une half lor Bubscri'trirn lv this }
country anil one-liulf for subscribers iv fi r.rigu .
Second. —Subscriptions for eipitl amounts ol each ,
class of bonds. •
Third.—fcubscript'oirs fur cqu il amounta uf bonda
bearing interest at the rate of lour and v hall por
cout., and of bonds bearing interest at tho rato of
five per cout.
Fodrtu—LUibpcriptiona fur any fl-o per cut.
bouda that may not bo subscribed for iv llu pre
ceding classes, i
When a iiubseription is made, tha aub-.crihor will
be required to i eposit two per cont. oi the amount
thereof in coin or currency uf the Uuited States, or
in bends of the c'aaa to ho exchanged, to te ■-, I
counted for by the Government when the bonda are t
delireted ; and payment may he made either in coin 1
or ln bunds of tho United fctatei known as five- i
mm tiOND? at their par value. I
Tho coin'receitfcd In payment will be applied to i
the redemption of live twenty brnda, and ihe debt <
ofthe Uuitul Srales will not ho increased hy this I
Tho hoods w*ll ba regiatcrod or issued with cou
pons,*a.s may ho desired by aubacrihera. Registered
bonds will he issued of tho denominations uf $00,
$lISI, $500, $1,000, t5,C00 and lIe.UOO ; and cuupon ,
b.rrnds of each denomination oxcept the last two.—
The interest will he payable iv the Uuited States, at
tho office of tho treasurer, auy asslstaut treasurer,
or designated depositary of tiie government, quarter
ly, on tho first days uf February, May, Augunt ond
November, in each year.
Tbe bonds of the srveral classes aforesaid, and tho
iuterest thereon, are exempt from the payment of
all taxes or dues uf tho Uuited States, as well aa fro-n
taxation in any furm by or under State, municipal or '
After maturity, the bonda last 1.-sued will he first
redeemed, hy classes aud numbers, us may he deaig
nated by the secretary ol tho treasury.
The Crouds will bo issued at tho Unitod Stites
treasury, hut the ageuts for the negotiation uf the .
loan in Europe are authori/.ed to make arrangements <
with auhsirrihera for tho transmission of the houds
to the ageuls through wboui subneriptions may ho
Suhsciihers in tho Unitod Slates will receive the
now bonda of the ageuta with wlioui the subscrip
tions ri'ii made.
lv tbe Uuited States, the National Hanks aio au
tii.ii i.'.iio to receive subscriptions, and suhsctiptiona
may also he niade at the oHice of tho Treasurer of
tho Unirerl States, or of any Assistant Treasurer, or ;
trie Designated Depositaries at Buffalo, N. 1 , Chica
go, 111., Ciueiutiati, Ohio, Louisville, Ky , Mobile,
Ala., and Pittahurg, Pa.
The following banking houses are ul -i authorized .
to act a* agents in fecoiving subscriptions, in
tont vobk cur:
Austin Baldwin A Co. Loonarrl, Sheldon A foster }
Baker k Kitchen. Blalt'and. Phelps A Co.
A Belmont A Co. Marx A Co.
Blake Brothers A Co. Morion, Bliss A Co. |
Brown llrothera A Co. P M Mj ora A Co.
Budge, SchilT A Co. George OpJjke A Co.
Cecil, Stout A Thayer. El> Randolph A Co. '
John J Cisco A Son. Bald, Loo A Content.
Clark, Dodgo A Co. Security Rank,
Henry Clews A Co. J and W Seligmao A Co.
Jay Cooke A 00. Soutter A Co.
Dabney, Morgan A Co. Edward Sweeter A Co.
Thomas Deuny A Co. Moses'Taylor A Co. 1
Drexel, Wintbrop A Cj. Trevor A Colgate.
Duncan, Sherman A_Cu. Turner Brothers.
I.li A Hatch. . * Uniun Trust Company. i
Frank A GanS. Van fchaick A Co.
Gibson, Casanova & Co. Vermilyo A Co.
t'leiiriiuiiino, Davis A I. Yon Hoif'riian A Co. ,
Amury. Wells, Vargo A Co.
Hatch A Foote. Winslow, Lanier A Co.
W T Hatch A Son. Chase A Iliggliisun. *
Edward Iluight. Kuhn, foeb A Co. ,
II A llolser'a Huns l.loyd Hamilton A Co.
liowes A Macy. Fiotdlug A Builey.
James G King's Sous. tlaltzer A Tuaks.
Kuuutze Brothers. ,
WASHINOTON, n. 0.
Jay Cooke A Co Mlddlo'on A Co.
laut, Washington A Co. Kigga A Co.
GEO. S. BOI'TWELL, j
mh 27—dtltAwlt Secretary of the Treasury. \
JHO. W. J*SKI»B. JSO . ». paPBAM
■JENKINS k rOPIIAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 4
OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
Cositm Tirvrn aud Batik Sthssis, Richkohd, Va.,
Will practice in tho Courts of th* Stale and th J
Uuited States, and boforo the Court ol Claim* and \
Departments at Washington. Spoclal attention giv- '
en to cases arisfug tiudor the lieu-nun and Bank
rupt, y laws ol tho United State*. mh 15-dAwtf
Congress having re-entlv leasedI eased a bill providing '
for the appointment o. a COMMISSION for th* ex- »
rimirratinii mil ailjiirtment uf tin clalma of LOYAL '
Oil IKBNS of the Sonth, for stores or supplies taken c
or furnlahed during the rebellion for tbe as* of th*
army, including the lise aud loss of vessels and boats '
wlill* employed in tho military lervlce of Ihe United
State*, and there being many claims of thia descrip
tion which ahould have prompt att'ntlon, we ro- c
r trr-i itully offer our sorvicis ill the prosecution of *
the same hrf-jre the Crmniiaaion, on tho most liberal '
terms, ace rrding to tbe amount involved and the I
character cf the ilaim. For full particulars addrosa *
JENKINS A POrUAM, I
Attoiiuya at Law, Richmond, Va.
We refer by permission to .luo. B. Davis, President
Planters' National Bank nnd Richmond Banking and f
Insurance Company, Richmond ; Davenport k Co.,
Stock Brokers and General Agents, do.; Lancaster A
Co., Bankers,do ; Hon. 11. K. Ellyson, ex-Mayor, do.;
C. K. Bingham, Pntaideut Flr.-t National Rank,
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ington, 11, Q; Hon. Jas. 11. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles
11. Porter, do.; Hon. W. 11. H. Stowell, do.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
riacticoa iv tho Courts cf Caroline, Essex, Kiug aud
Queen, and tbo United States Courts nt Richmond. ,
Oillcoat Milford Depot, Caroline county, Virginia. |
.' will attend to cases before the Court ol Claims ,
and to Departments at Washington. i
My lather, H. B. Brooke, Esq., will attend to all
business entrusted to mo In tbe cunntle* of King ,
and Queen, Carolino and Essex. Address Central j
Point, or Milford Depot, Carolino county, Virginia.
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ATTORNEY AT L.'.'V
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY, (
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ang 18—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA '
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FRANKLIN DAVIS A CO., rropriotom.
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Tho contents of the safe—s23,6oo in bill*—wo recov
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tho destruction of aomo $20,000 in currency, lesides j
the valuable papers and books enclosed therein. It
waa ioipoisihle for workmen to excavate the Safe
until nearly 80 h'tiira after the fire.
J. F. Gibson,
Asa't Snp't for Adams A Southern Ex. Cos. 1
Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1870.
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ACRES OF LAND Its* ROANOKE COUNTY,
In complianco with an order of th© United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Virglnii, of
date 18th March, IS7I, In tho matter of Dennis K.
l-'i ii.'iimi, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
MONDAY, THE 17TU DAT OF APRIL, 1571,
(that being courl day) in front of tho Court-Homo,
in the town of Salem, Roanoke counts', Virginia, at
12 o'clock M, iT.X.j «ciea of VALUARLE LAND,
with hnptovesiMita, situated i car Posg's mill in said
A full deeciiptiun si Iho above will be given on
tbo day cf tale.
TERMS—Oue-fourth en.li, and tho balance on a
credit or six, twelve and eighteen months, the pur
chaser giving bond, with amplo personal security,
for tbe deferred paymeuts, with interost thereon at
the rata of 0 per ct. por annum, and title rolnlncd hy
the assignee uutil the wholo ol the pnrcharo money
shall have hoen. Rut should a lien creditor or credi
tors become purchasers at the salo tbey may fake a
credit upon their purchase to the extent of their
dialiihritive ahare in the assets according to their
mhM—2aw3w JOHN M. IIALL, Assignee.
VALUARLE 'LI N D S.
Hy virtuo of an order of tho District Court of the
Uuited States for th* liiatrict of Virginia,mado tho
1," Hi day of March, I*7l, I shall, as assignee uf Thus
W Williamson, bankrupt, tell at public auction, on
tha premlsoa, in Indian Valley, Floyd county, Va, on
MONDAY, tho let d«y of May, 1871,
commencing at 10 o'clock A M, nil the right, titlo
mid interest of said bankrupt, in tbe following de
scribed TRACTB OF LAND, surrendered by said
Thomas W Williamson in bankruptcy, to wit:
Tract No 1 contains 133 acres, 20 of which aro
cleared, tho balauce heavily timbore.l, of good qual
ity, adapted to tobacco, graiu and grass, and has a
good cabin upon it.
No 2 contains 147 acres, all iv forest, heavily tim
bered and of good quality. Aluo, well adapted to to
bacco, grain and grass.
No 8 contains HO acres, lies beautifully, all in for
est, also adapted to grain und grass.
No 4 contains 258 acres, obout 30 cleared and iv
culUs-ation, bus two good cabins, and produces fine
tobacco, grain and grass.
No 5 contains S9l acres, and is a valuable tract of
land, about 30 acres cloared, a good dwelliug-bouso,
atore-houso, is nn excellent staud for a store or a me
chanic of any description. It is situated nt a poiut
of roads, is a very public placo, and convenient to a
poatoEßce with ainajt twice a week. It la known as
Indian Valley, lias a lawn of evergreen trees, and ia
regarded as ono of tlio most desirable farms in tho
No 6 contains 138 ireros, about 75 cloared, has a
good dwelliug honßO aud ether buildings, a fine moa
tlow, and the land is very productive.
No 7 contains 87 acres, 30 cleared, a cabin, a good
meadow, and the laud of good quality.
No 8. This tract lies ou Greasy Crook, and con
tains 2b acres, has on It a valuahlo Coppor Mine, and
la within 22 miles of the Virginia and Teni.essoe
Railroad. There are three depots within 25 miles of
it. Tho out-cropping of Copper ia on a south bill
aide, from SO to 100 foot above tho level of Greasy
Creak, Ono half ol the laud is cleared, the balauce
AND ON THURSDAY, THU 4tu DAY OF MAY, IS7I,
atlO.o'clock a m,I will, as assignee of said bankrupt,
soil at Jacksonville, Va.—
No 9, oue undivided moiety of Tavern aud Store
property ln the, town of Jacksonville, Floyd county,
No 10, one Town Lot in the taid town.
No 11 la ono third of 400 acres in Pulaski county,
N« 12 is on* eighth of 260 acres in Montgomery
The above uanicd tracts, or parcels of land, will bo
sold free from all Hens and encumbrances, excopt
the contiugent dower interest of said bankrupt's wife.
TERMS—One third cash, the balanco on 1 and 2
years' credit, with interest from day of sale, secured
notos bolng roquired fur tho deferred payments, and
tbe title to bo retained hy the assignee until the pur
chase money is paid in full.
The procteds of sold sale to be applied to the judg
ments according to priority, and the residue, 11 any,
to thoso creditors who have provrd tbeir claims.
O. H. WI.NDLINUER,
Assigoe of Thoman W. Williamson, Bankrupt.
Abingdon, March 20,1871. mh 23-lawSw
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
A BSIGNEE'S SALE
410 ACRES OF LAND IN SUSrJF.X COUNTY,
In compiiauco with a decreo of tho Uuited Statos
District Court for Iho Fa-tern Distiict of Virginia,
of August 17,1569, in tbo matter of C. E. Cugbill,
bankrupt, I will sell nt auction, on
WEDNESDAY, TIIE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 c'clock M, iv front of the United States Cuurt-
Houao, in Iho city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND,
near Nottoway river, in Sussex county, containing
Full description of this property will b* given on
day of sale.
lERMB-One-lhird cash; tho balance on a credit
of six aud twelve months, the purchaser to give
notes, iuterest added from day of t-ale, for the de
ferred payments, the title to bo retained by the as
signee uutil said notes aro paid.
mh 23-2a«3w LSWIS B HIGBY, Assignee.
VALUARLE REAL ESTATE IN PATRICK COUN
By virtue of a decico of tho Unitod States District
Cuuit for the District of Virgiuia, I will soil, as as
signeo ot Abraham Adams, bankrupt, at Patrick
0. IL, on
Monday, the 24th day of April, 1871,
A TRACT of LAND containing 1(0 acres, lying 12
miles north of Patrick C. 11., on the waters of Smith's
river. The improvements on the property are good.
TERMS—One hundred dollars in cash, and tho
balance upon a credit of six aud niuo months, equal
instalments, the purchaser giving bonds, with ap
proved security, for the deferred payments;and title
lvlniiH '1 till whole cf purchase money is paid.
mh 27—lawSw THOS. E COBBS, Asßigneo.
VALUARLE REAL ESTATE IN PITTSYLVANIA
By virtue of a decroe of the United States District
Court for the District of Virginia, I will sell, as ns-
Bignooof -hums M. Swaii-son, bankrupt, at Swaisou
Monday, tho 17th day of April, 1871,
A TRACT of LAND containing 140 acros, lying near
Swansonvlllo, Pittsylvania county, Va. The im
provements on this property are tolerably gjod.
TERMS—Ono hundred dollars in cash, and the
balance upon a credit of six and niuu moutba, equal
inataloients, tho purchaser giving oouds, with up
proved security, for the deferred paymeuts, and title
retained till whole of purchase money ia paid.
mh 27—law3w THOS. E. COBBS, A aslgnee.
ASSIGN RE'S SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN PATRICK COUN
By virtue of a dtcree or tbe United State* District
Court for the District uf Virginia, I will 8011, as aa
algnee of Gteen R. Conner, bankrupt, at Patrick
Monday, the 24th day of April, 1871,
A TRACT of LAND containing 200 acre*, lying la
Patrick county, Va., on the headwaters of Smith's
river, near the baso of tbe Blue Ridge. Tbe improve
ments on the property are good.
TERM3—Ono hundred dollars iv cash, and tho
balance upon a credit of saix and nine months, equal
instalments, the purchaser giving bonda, with ap
proved security, for the deferred payments, and title
retained till whole of pun iia.se money is paid.
mh 27—lawSw THOS. IS. COBBS, Assignee.
SALE OF THK EFFECTS OF TUB BANK OF
In obedience to a decree of tho Oirciut Court of
the United States for the District of Virginia, tbo un
dersigned will, ou the
29tb DAY OF JUNE NEXT,
beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court-Huuao
door of said Court, In tho Cuatom-llouae building, in
the oity of Richmond, make sate, for cosh, of all the
EFFECTS or tho BANK OF VIRGINIA, consisting
of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE
CREES, and whatsoever else there bo.
Credltoia of tbe Bank, whose clalma havo been al
lowed, are, under said dcc.cc, entitled to s*t off'at
par tbeir claims against any purchases of Baid oflects
they may make.
A descriptive Hat of aaid eflecta maybe seen at the
counting-house of S. C. Tardy, oue of the undersigned,
on Seventeenth and Dock atreots, or at tho oflice of
D. J. Eaundera, on Eleventh atreot, between Main
nnd bank, in Richmond, which tho public are in
vited to call and examine This liat will he printed
for circulation, and it will ba advortieed when leady
DAVID J. SAUNDkIRS,
S. C. TARDY,
Receivers Bank of Virginia.
March Wlh, 1871. mh 21 -la* t.li
SOMETHING EXTRA NICE"
Just received, a magnificent lot ul
PAPER, CARDS AND UNVKI.OPES,
for WEDDINQ and VISITING PURPOSES—far su
perior to anything now offered in the city—which we
propose te work up in our usual uneqaall*d atyl*,
By Cook k Langhton, Auctioneers.
A 3810 NE B '6~s"a L X
ACRES OF LAND IN BDS3EX COUNTY,
In compliance with a decree ol th* United States
Diet, let Court tor the District of Virginia, or August
HI, ISlifl, in the matter or Richard Evans, bankrnpt,
I will sell at auction, en
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, In front or the Unitod States Custom-
Honso. I* tho city or Richmond, a TRACT or LAND,
situated in the county or Sussex, about 2 miles from
Stoney creek Depot, on Ihe W k W railroad, contain
This Is a Vklnsbl* tract of land, and ahould attract
the attention cf persons wishing to invest in lands.
Full particulars will he given on day of salj.
TERMS—One third cash ; the balanco ou a credit
of six and twelve moutha, tha purchaser to give
nolea, interost added fririn tbe day cf sale, for the
deferred payment*, the title to be retained by the
assignee nntil said note* are paid.
tnh 20—2aw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, Asalgnef.
By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers.
HALF ACRE LOT IN THB CITY OF RIOHMO.\f>,
By authority of the United States District Conrt
for the District of Virginia, in the matter of P C
Larus, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12ra DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, tn front of tho United States Court-
House, In the city or Richmond, an H ACRE LOT,
in the city ol Richmond, situate at the cornor ot N
aud Thirty-second streets.
This lot is situated in a growing portion of the
city and ehuuld claim the attention of the public.
TERMS—One third cash; the balance on a ctedit
of six aod twelve months, the purchaser to give
notes interest added from day of sale, tor the de
terred payments, the title to be retained by the a*-,
signee until said notes are paid.
mh2o—2aw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, Aaaigneo.
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
6\4 ACRES OF LAND AND BUILDINOS IN
In compliance with a decree ofthe United States
District Court Tor the District of Virginia of August
17,1869, in the mattor or T 0 Leake, bankrupt, I will
sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY,THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, In front of tho United States Com t-
Hcn*e, In the city of Richmond, a small TRACT of
LAN I), containing having thereon a STORE
BUILDING and other HOUSES, situate in the county
of Henrico about twolve rnllr* above R.chmoud.
TERMS—One-third caeh ; the balanco on a crodit
of r-ix and twelve months, th* purchaser to give
notes, interest added from day of sale, for tho do
lei rod pa] tntnta, the title to be retained by the aa
signee until Baid notes are paid.
mh 20—2aw3w LEWIS H HIGBY, Assignee.
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE
120 ACRF.S OF LAND IN KING AND QUEEN
COUNTY, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree or the United States
District Court for tho District or Virginia, or August
17, 1809, in the matter ol Quintus Lumpltin, bank
rupt, I srill cell at auction, on,
WEDNESDAY, THE 12rn DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, in front or the Uuited Stutos Court
Huuse, in tho city ot Richmond, a TRACT of LAND,
in King and Queen county, near Little Plymouth,
containing 126 acres.
A description of this property will be given on
day of salo.
TERMS—One third cash; the balance ou a crodit
ot Bix and twelve months, tho purohaser to give
notes, with interest added trom day or salo, for the
deferred payments, the title to be retained by th c
assignee nntil said cotes aro paid.
mh 20-2qw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, Aselgnee.
By Cook A langhton,'Auctioneers.
assignee 'a Tale
£09 ACRES OF LAND IN SUSSEX COUNTY, VA,
Iv compliance witli a decree of tho United States
District Court for the District of Virginia, of August
17,1809, in the mattor of John W and Roberts Eppes,
bankrupts, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THF 12ih DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
&t 12 M, in front of the United State* Court-House,
in the city of Richmond, a TRACT OF LAND,
known as "Southwest Swamp," lying in th* county
ol Sussex, and adjoining tho lands of T A Fields, Ro
bert W Smilh, and othera, and containing 209 acre*.
A description cf this property will be givon on
day of Bale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a credit
ol Bix and twelvo months, the purchaser to givo
notes, with interest addod from day of Bale, for the
deferred payments, the title to be retained by the ai
signee until said notes are paid.
mh 20—2aw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, Assignee.
By Cook A Langhton, Auctioneers.
ASSIGNEE'S SAL B
614 ACRES OF LAND IN DINWIDDIE COY, VA.,
In compliance with a decroe of the Unit, d Statea
District Court for the District of Virginia, of August
31,1869, in the matter of John W Slato, bankrupt, I
will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, in front or the United States Court-
House, lv tho city of Richmond, a TRACT ol LAND,
containing 614 acre*, lying in Dlnwiddie county,
near Cherry Hill, adj.iining the lands of H J Hart
well, Charles W Walla and other*.
A description of which will be givou on day of sal*.
TERMS—One third casli; the balance on a credit
tf six and twelve months, tho purchaser to givo
notes, with interest added from diy of Bale, rur the
ii. 1.-n c l payments, the title to be retained by the
assignee uutil said notes are paid.
mh 20—3aw3w LEWIS B lIIODY, Assignee.
By Cook A Laughton, Auotionoers.
TWO TRACTS OF LAND IN MIDDLESEX COUN
Iv compliance with a decree of tli6 United Statea
Diatrict Court for the District or Virginia, or August
17,1809, in the matter of W I. Gatowood, bankrupt,
I will cell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, TIIE 12*H DAY OF APRIL, 1871
at 12 o'clock M, in front 6f the United States Custom
House, in the city of Richmond, Ihe following pro
perty, aitnato in tlio county of Middlnaex. Vlreinia •
167 ACRES OF LAN»,callad"Woodgrfon," adjoins
the lands of R B Evans, Mrs Watts, Mr* Hal* and
80 ACRES OF LAND adjoining th* lands of Wm
Duval and Thomas Street.
Full description of the above properly will be
givon on day of sale.
TI!RMS-One-thlrd cash ; tho balance ou a crodit
or Bix and twelve niimths, Ihe purchaser to givo ;
notes, wilh Interest added from day of sale, .for the
deferred psyments, the title to be retained by tho
assignee until said notes are paid.
mh 20— LEWIS, E HIGBY, Asalgnee.
By Cor.k A Laughton, Auctioneers.
ASSIGNEE'S AND TRUSTEE'S SALE ■ '
HOUSE AND LOT IN THE OITY OF RICHMOND,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF INTEREST IN A HOUSE
IN THK CITY OF LYNCHBURG, V 4
By authority of the United States District Court
«.ii l n" 3 "'! D 'f riCt 0f Vir ß i '"».'" th* matter of
Styll A Davis, bankrupts, the undersigned will tell
&t auction, ou '
WEDNESDAY, THB 12m DAY OF APRIL, 1871
at 12 o'clock in In front of the United BtatesO urt
llous. In the city of Richmond, the following pro
£:r^ b B l afd n S , ru, g • ° '"° °' R"' D " vls ' »» '
THE TWO STORY AND BABEMENT-BRIOK
No 305 Nineteenth street between Broad aud Mar
.hall .treats, fronting «T feot 0 inches on Nineteenth
street, running back 70 feot.
After which, the aaslguoo will sell tho
M .'Kf? THUMB-FOURTH INTERKJT
L el.l - r*l ''■'?," MNIS MKNT In Curl's Row, ln
tho city of Lynchburg. '
day U of .al"' 1 "' 0 " ° f "■'" I,ro ' >e, • t ' , wi " . b » B ! ™' on
nf T !d?'J*7? , ". th,rd cu }> '• tue b »l»u" on a credit
of »ix and twelve month*, th* purohaser to give
?™| l n U, • rM^ ad *."' , from o"* of sale, tor thoT
no™t P ,o\Zl ' ° "" 0 '° te r< " ai,,t " l uatil "» id
ai. s , Jl K^' 18 B ' "'SOY, Assignee,
A. llodekor Stephen Hunter, P. W. GrilhU,
lrusteea l„r Mutual Building Fund and Delia,'
Bavmga Bank__ nih22-2aw3w
ror&sftgs ofiu " uuiud •"••-«» a.
bank. l uptcJ. m " ,6r ° f JOhn R eteat ° D ' ta » k ">l't-in .
To whom It M.y Coucernr-The underalgned, O G
Kean.ol Richmond city, Henrico co'ty, Va hereby
give* notice or hi. appointment aa aaa guee of iK
ertate of John R Preston, of RiSm" d "f?y Hen
rico count, in said di.t, let, who ho. heretofore he, „ ,
adjudged a bankrupt ou Ills own Petition by the dL
trict court of said district. ' '
B t' e „ U ." t^'chmonil . M » rc li 22,1871 "
«h».Va. 'O.O.'KKAN, Assignee. '
Bj Cook k Langhton, Auctioneers.
A SSIONEE'S SALE
LAND IN SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY AND IN
By virtue ol a decree of the United Status District
Court for tins Eastern District or Virginia, datoil
March 14,1871, In thu mailer of L. Harvey k Co.,
bankrupts, I wlirofler for sale at pnbllo auction, ou
WEDNESDAY, THE 12rn DAY OF APRIL, IS7I,
at 12 o'clock M, in front of tho Unltr'rl States Court-
House, in Iho city or Richmond, the following pro
Four BUILDING LOTS on Church Hill, in th*
city of Richmond, lrcing tho tanis that were cou
vejed to L. Harvey* Co. by Chas. Gentry.
A very valuable TRACT of LAND, lately belonging
to John C OriUlD, ono of the firm of Harvey A Co,
containing 437 acres, with good DWELLING and
nanal Improvements, situated near Ivor station, on
the Petersburg and Norfolk railroad, In Southamp
ton county. *
The LIFE INTEREST of anld John C Grifflu n
acres in same county end near the alrme tract.
TEDMS—One-third cash; She balance on a credi
of six and twelve months, for notes, with Interest
added, and the title to be retained unlll all Is paid.
mhai—Kawllw LEWIS E HIGBY, Assignee.
AS S I O N E I 1 SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTIES
OF ROANOKE, FLOYD AND MONTGOMERY,
Furßuant to an order of the District Courl of the
United States for the district or Virginia, made iv
the matter of Warfiold Drlro, bankrupt, wo 6hull, aa
assignees of said bankiupt, praotad to sell at th.)
Court-House door of Uoanoko county, Virginia, in
tho town of Salem, on
WEDNESDAY, THE Bth DAY OF MARCH, 1871,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
lying iv the counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont
gomery, belonging to tho estato ol Baid bankrupt;
most of which is quite valuable. Sis'd land will be
sold freo of all lieus and ehcumbrn-ices.
TERMS—One-third of purchase money will be re
quired to he paid in cash; residue in two equal in
stalments of six and twelve months, the purchaser
giving bond, with good personal security, for tho
deferred payments, and tho title rotained until the
purchase money is fully Daid.
McKINSEY A BROWN, Assignees
Ja 23—2awl!w of Warfleld Price, Bankrupt.
POSTPONEMENT.—Tho abovo salo Is postponed
nntil the I7th APRIL, 1871. to 11—td
ASSIGNEE 'i SALE
VALUABLE REAL FSTATE IN THE COUNTY
OF FRAtvKLIN, VIRGINIA,
In compliance with a decree of the United Statos
District Court, for the District of Virginia, inado on
the 13th day of January, 1571, in the matter of Wal
ter 0. Calloway, bankrupt, I shall, as assigneo ol
Bald bankrnpt, sell, at Franklin Court-House, on
SATURDAY, THE 16m DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., the following described REAL ES
TATE, surrendered by said Calloway, as pait uf hia
FIVE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ACRES OF
VALUARLE BOTTOM LAND
on Black Water river, in tho county of Franklin,
six mill's west of Franklin Court-House.
The abovo will be sold intact and I'rco from all liens
aud oncuinliriinccs whatrrcever.
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balanco ou n credit
of six und twelve months, the puicliarior to givo
nntos, with ample security, for the d.ferred pay
meuts, tho title to be retained until the whole put
chase money shall h.lve been paid.
JNO. r. BARKSDALE, Assignoe
of Walter C. Calloway,
lrayloisville, Huiry county, Va, March 16,1671
AS SI G Dili 111 i
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN TEIB COUNTY
OF FRANKLIN, VIRGINIA
In pursuance of an ordor of tho Uuited Slates
District Court, I shall, as. assignee ofthe estato ol
Giles M. Ihompson, bankrupt, proceed to sell at
franklin Court House, ou
SATURDAY, THE 15ni DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M-, the following dosciibed REAL ES
TATE, surrendered by the said bankrupt, as a por
tion of his assets:
SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTI' AC RES ov VALUA
BLE IMPROVED LAND,
in tho county of Franklin, situated un the Blarrk
Hater nvur.to.i m.lrs west or Franklin Court House.
TERMS—One-tlilrd cash; the balanco on a credit
or six anil twelvo months, tho purchaser to giv
notes, with amplo aecuiity, for the deforred pay
mealH, aud tho titlo to bo retained until iho whole
purchase money is paid.
JNO. P. BARKBDALE, Assigneo
„, , ~. „ .. " f o,im M. Thompson.
Tiaylnrsvilie, Va., March 10,1871.
— mh 17—raw3w
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
344 ACRES OF LAND IN DINWIDDIE COY, VA.,
In compliance with a decree of tho Uuited Slates
?," , ' r ', c , t , ° our *' for th 9 Dlß trict or Virginia, of August
17,lStlj,in the mailer of John J Abernathy, bank
rupt, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12lH DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M in front of the United Status Court-
Howe, iv tho city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND
lying In Dlnwiddie county, near Nottoway river'
c-.utaining 341 acres, with necessary BUILDINGS '
ef Bale B "'''" 01 ' ° f ' hia PW P" , » *'" be «' TO " <">
TERMS-Onethiidciahj this baJaOSSOOa credit
of six and twelvu months, tfis purchaser to give
notes, with interest uh'ed Tom day of sale, for the
By Cook A Laughton, Auctioneers.
AS 8 I G N E !-;' s TTI E
THREE LOTS AT WEST POINT, VIRGINIA,
Diltrlet n o", i ,','! , i 9 "I',"'S-' len . r "° of »'« ""I" St»tes
■II 1 see i*,' k ' lor "'" D,,trict of Virginia, of August
liiiTii" ° ■»""<"• »r Robert Orrenni bankrupt
1 will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, TIIE Ifea HAY pf APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United States Court-
T?n, ln ~ , b V "y of Kiclilliond. THREE LOTS,
each SO by 115 feet, In tho town of West Point King
William county, Va. fi
on A dayoorr r l d aTo?" Ptlon ° f tU B I "° l ' orty wi " bo * inn
TERMS—One third cash ; tho balance on a credit
X i". twol / 6 m ° n "»». the purchaser to give
notos, intorest addod from day or sale. r.rr the de
leted payments, the title to ho retained by the as
signee until Said notes are paid. .
_mh 22--2aw3w LEWIS E HIOBY, Assignee.
By Cook A Langhton, Auctioneers.
LIFE INTEREST IN l,V2e]i ACRES OF LAND IN
DINWIDDIE COUNTY. J AND HOUM LOT
IN -PETERSBURG, V 4.
In compliance with a docree ot. tho United Slates
?-"i r «ro P 0 ?," Sf "'fV 1 ' " r Virginia, of August
IT, 1809, In tho matter ol James C. Bain, bankrupt,
1 will sell at auction, on * '
WEDNESDAY, THE 12m DAY OF APRIL, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United States Court-
House, lv the city of Richmond, tho LIFE 11VV
****? tuU J «»* C Bain in the foitowini pre-
Ui«U, ACRES of UND in Dinwiddle county ad
joining the lands of John J Mitchell, M R Griswold
Mrs. Jc.hu P Goodwyn and others. »n*wora,
. , AJ 'SO,
i A : P , s: < ",r s ' !,n " LOT ' o;i H " iif ' ll "™'-
A further description win bo given on day of sale.'
TERMS—One-thiid cash ; tho balance on a credit
or sn and twelve montha, tho pureliafer to Sve
notes interest added from day J Lie Z the de
ferred payments, the titlu to v" ,el. ,eu Z til as
algnee until said notes aie paid ' by tne as
mh '-"i-SavvSw LKWIS E HIQBY, .Assignee.
By Cook A Laughton, Auctloa'em.
118 ACRES OF LAND IN BRUNSWICK COUNTY,
WstricTrJ&fV V ,\ th uf «'° Cited States
'.I W hl"' "" DiSl "'' t " f V »'lfit,ia, ol August
Iwlu'l a T"*' "' Wui ' "Hwliugs bankiupt,
i win sell at atictieu, on
WEDNESDAY, TUX 12tu DAY OF APRIL, 1571,
Uon;. o '''!? Cl sh M ' i ", lr0! : t ° f ,ue Uuit « J S '»'<» Court
"rein ~V ol a FARM ol' 11(1
toJ^iW^™<r? OU 5 tjr ' 0n Wn,Ch ,h " 10 is " OOOl
luruoie DWELLING and necMuary OUTHOUSES.
or T af* RM nr? M ", lhird?llßh; *• bul »"«' "ti a credit
tnh 20-2awßw LEWIS E HIGBY, Assigns*.