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•\\ RVKNHfG, -MM-; in, IB7J.
Wli. n ton see a lellnw mortal
Without lived and le.ni.-- ti.'. .
HanKini; on the skirt, of other.
Walking in their tM.t-oiT.hot~>,
How iter low to wealth or favor.
With object, uncovered head
Ready lo retract or waver.
Willing I" be drove or led :
Wai;, -."ir-elf wi ib linnet- bearing,
Throw >'mi- moral -Itoulders bit.-k,*
Show .""', spine ha. net." and marrow—
,iu-t the thing, which luv inii-i laei.
Was never heard
1.1 .en.c and ion, .
I ie'll ibi.-. '.".;.■..,
When too see a theologiait
Close some 111:1) lieeil,
Pearinn to reject orqaantioii
liogmna which his nrieel )iia.t i*ead,
Holding bneli :'!! noble leeiin".-.
f dov. 11 ea.-h manly view,
f 'ariiu: more for forma and siini,,,].
rhnn ;■* Know tlie (i.Ka.l ami True ;
\. alh yonrself with llnnei- bearing,
I iiro-.v 3 o"t moral how Met. bark,
Hhom .7'""- si.me ha. nerve and marrow- -
.lurl Ihe Ihings which bis mnrd l:e !,.
A sli-ongi-r word
Was never heart]
In -ease and lone,
Than this /<.,'•'■',..,.■.
When you s'-e a poUtidan
I'-.-awling through contracted liob--.
Begging for some fat imsition,
In lhe ring or al Ibe poll-.
wnii no sieriine manhood In him,
Nothing .table, broad or -ninui.
lle-iifuie of >)!uck or ballasl,
Double-sidetl all around:
Walk yoqmelf with lirmer bearing,
Throw your moral shoulders back.
Show ../"",- spine has nerve and marrow—
.lusi the thitiss uliii-h his 1111 1 hul,
A itraagar wotti
Waa never beard
In sense and tone,
Than this, bacHttiu.
A modeel -outr and plainly told—
The text is worth a mine of (rol.l:
For many men mos-i sudlv lack
A noble at—Dai—l in the baok.
[Grand liapid-t Eagle
Tho move we sleep, the lent ire live.
Wen words are scarce they are seldom
siient in vain.— Shaktpeare.
Slander is the revenue or" a coward, and
tlissipuliation his defence.— Johnson.
A selfish person can hire no joys greater
than his own interests are valuiihfe.
Tf you always live with those who are
lame, you will yourself learn to limp.
Industry needs not wish, and he that
lives upon hope will die fasting.— Franklin.
Life would he so |>lcnsant if it were not
for its pleasures.— Corincull l.cieis.
To the blessed Eternity itself there is no
other handle limit this ' instant.— German
The most dangerous of all tlatterv is the
inferiority of those about us.— Madame
Confidence in an unfiuthfiil man in time
of trouble is like a broken tooth,and afoot
out of joint.— Solomon.
The chains of habit are generally too
small to be felt till they are too strong to
be hroken.— Dr. Johnson.
If a proud man makes me keep my dis
tance, the comfort is that he keeps his nt
the same time.— Swift.
"He who laughs can commit no deadly
sin," said the wise and sweet-hearted wo
man who was mother of Goethe.
What men want of reason for their opin
ions, they usually supply ami make up in
It is one of the worst of errors to sup
pose that there is any other path of safety
except that of duty.— Nerins.
Whatever Midos touched turned into!
gold. In these days, touch a man with i
gold, nnd he'll turn into anything.
.V credulous person is like a pitcher,
borne by the cans, empty of itself, but apt
to hold whatsoever is put into it.
Learning is wealth to the poor, an honor
to the rich, an aid to the young, and a sup
port and com lint to the aged.
When a mini has no design but to speak
plain truth, he may say a great deal in a
very narrow compass.
To brood over ills which may happen in
(he future, is to make of imagination an
Tlie nerve which never relaxes, the eye
which never blanches, the thought which
never wanders ; these as the masters of vic
Men are capable of greater things than
I hey perform. Tbey are sent into the
world with bills of credit, and seldom draw
to their full extent.
Some one commending Philip of Mncc
don for drinking freely, "that," said De
mosthenes, "is a good quality in a sponge,
I uit not in a king.
One of the reporters of the New Orleans :
IfepulJiraii, who has just fallen heir to !
*-1(1,011(1, has taken a month's vacation, and !
al its expiration, will return t.< his duties,
not at all puffed up.
The Sacramento Union says that two
very severe shocks of earthquake were felt
in Mariposa, California, on Thursday morn
ing, May 25, about 9 o'clock, ilolh
shocks came from the direction of Mono
■Some ol the Kansas formers itiv busily
engaged in harvesting winter wheat. The
[jrwrence Journal says that the yield and
quality in that vicinity promise to equal any
previous crop raised in the State.
Spasmodic frenzy has succeeded emotion
■A insanity as a defense lor murder in Cleve
land, Ohio. It is urged in tbe case of the '
young man who murdered so many mem
bers of the family of the girl who had re
The press of California, almost with
out exception, denounce the coroner's
jury in the case of the Chinaman who was
murdered by boys ou Fourth street. In
. the fiu'e of positive evidence the juiy- re
turned a verdict of death from causes un
lion. Wm. 11. Seward and party arrived
at Suez on the !lth of May, where he be
came lhe guest of the Khedive, and was
taken by special train to Cairo, where an |
.•legant palace was placed at his disposal. |
Subsequently he visited Thebes and the
Pyramids, and upon his return would go:
1., the Holy Lnnd and Constantinople.
I 'nder the firman of the Sultan he is to be
the guest of the nation.
A gentleman in Canada givea a history
of a buttle between two swarms of bees, a
few days ago. One swans, he says, took
forcible possession of their neighbors' bar
racks, and as the attacked defended their
rights, a furious light commenced, and the
battle raged from -i_ to !i P. M. Next |
morning, as the sun "appeared, the battle
-.mis resinned, the marauders appearing not j
in good condition, yet showing great pluck.
The carnage continued without utennission i
lill 10 A. \J., when luimbeds of dead i
hoilies lay on the plain. At II the battle I
• •iide.l, when there was not one of the at- i
lacking parly 1»-1"t to tell the tale.
BIIOWNI'OW'S Ol'lMoN OF Aja'Dß-W I
.loiinson.—Parson Brownlow has lately!'
been "interviewed." He is very feeble, i
His conversation was not Interesting or Un- i
|.ortaiit. Strange to say, he thinks An
drew Johnson has some good traits, and is t
incorrupt and incorruptible. "Whatever i
11-I-," snifl he, "Johnson may bo, he 'is tin t
honest man. He believes in Ciraut, and i:
predicts that lirunl will !«■ re-elected. | I
, I KiHTS \M» Sll \IIO\t s.
Is To the Editor of the S'a/e Journal _
There is 1 visilile evil trMdl w- havo <'ii-
I. rnuragtd and pampered by (nur own pai
- 1 roiutge, iuit il it has miguißed a fomidaMe ;
; shape, nnd thrMttcns moat seriously) tlio
fear and woil Inline ef society. I am on ;
delicate ground, and this article perhaps
1 will road oftbusiveh to many of my fair j
j sisters who enjoy the slavery of I'nshionahle i
! life tf) the entire exclusion of every tiling
useful or good. 1 Jut there are lucid 'inter
vals of thought in which many of them
realise the emptiness and folly of dedicating
their immortal souls to dross! and to such
th.-so words are addressed. While the j
"stromar minded" are urging their claims
; for the ballot and other purely masculine j
; prerogatives, I have wondered ham lew
voices called for emancipation in this dir.v
lion. This, in an age gf tlress, ami to he '
out of fashion is to'beout of the world.
Hill lhe in!inile \ ariety of style, which every
iiionth ritiiis in so many cha&gCM for already
overburdened hands, that one is constfiiillv
leiniiiiieil thai " than is no peace to |
tiie wicked," is wbat we would dis-i
claim as an extreme ami extravagance, j
tt waste of precious time nnd eneifries ns
foolish and needless us il is sinful and j
wicked. Not that Ok—ion should be anni- |
hil.'ited, lud. that it niny not uuailiilii.lt' us !
■ The time sacrificed to nioic show and non- i
sense should he devoted to better and high- i
ler thinps. Our own soul's culture ; the
! souls of our children looking up to lis for
1 light; the duties wo'owoto society I to our
own heaiih anil home ; the relations we
sustain to our Father in Heaven—all these
great present and coming realities plead
; with us solemnly, to improve our present
I wisely. Woman in her place, true woman, i
jis between man and lhe angels. Her work I
is not alone » noble one, But in its unlim- j
iteil possibilities partakes of the Divine. ;
' Where she seeks to maintain her wonianli- ■
: neas in its purity and truth, she is stand
j ing in the very sunlight of (iotl, and His j
_. j approving voice tloats like measures of mv- j
! sic through her soul.
1.-: those who will lhe ballot lake
Affbcting male persuasion ; . j
Let those who v.iii ibeir homes forsake
n For female legislation.
No envy mine for pride of place,
Save where lo serve brings honor,
,1 llf life of self be death of grace,
Lot Pity's robe adorn her!
,j. The laws which soil our human needs;
<'od's love litis* sweetly bounded,
We may not choose, for doty le.nl
t , j The pathway Heaven has rounded.
No higher way halh gonitis led,
Where press the feet of human,
(- (If whom the angels might have said
Aa, walked th* earth a woman!
" I'.'.VE. i,
" i The crops of Bedford aro inferior, while j
' I those of Hotelourt ami Kockbritlge are more I
t I A gitlltni of milk, il is said by the bees- !
■ burg Mirror, makes about a pound of
,1 ! Rockingham has a Haltering prospect for J
; a big-big potato crop, 'j'his crop is mighty -
j uncertain, nnd never safe until eaten.
0 Lynchburg has so much money to lend
' that several of her hanks have reduced the
.. rate of interest to ten per cent. She bud '
t better borrow a little at most any per cent.,
and tear down that old market-house. •
y The crops along the line of the Orange
- and Alexandria railroad aro more pronii- '
sing than they were a few weeks ago. •
. The Northern people who have settled 1
n along this road have attracted attention by
their industry and thrift. i
- j Thomas 11. Byrd, who is now in the ,
y j Alexandria jail, stands _ gootl chance of
1 accompanying Bowen for 11 season or two. j
0 * The very impudence of his act has followed
I, i him to "prison, ha still asking if he could i
be such a fool as to marry two women ,
within a stone's throw of each other. ]
J 1 Such facts have reached us as leave no <
1 doubt of his guilt. J
[ I 'i'IIOUIU'KS IN LlßEKlA— Distinction on
" '■ Account of Color. —l*ite news from Liberia
iis not of an agreeable character. A native 1
' ; chief having committed some depredations
!l ! within the boundaries of the republic, tho '
! I.iberiims, in chastising the wrong-doer, de- <
1 strayed some property belonging to British J
1 \ merchants, and complications with the Bri
-1 tish government are feared. There is also
B j a still more threatening matter in an incipi
-1 j ent rebellion agninst the government, hentl
-: ed by such men as If. W. Dennis, agent of
. the Anwican Colonization Society, i)r.
, i McGill and ex-President Roberts. The oe- x
g j easion of the difficulty was an election on
rj an amendnicnt to tlie constitution which 2
: proposed that the Presidential term should v
_ Ibe extended Irom two veal's to four.
[ j The vote was a merely nominal one, but *
: President Rove took possession of the bal- *
1 j lots and declared the amendment carried, 1
The Legislature denounced this action as '
usurpation, and ordered a new election for
i'resident, when ex-President Roberts was
_ elected by an almost unanimous vote. J
, But Itove holds on to his office, and thus IJ
I ; the people are in rebellion against tbe ad- g
t ministration, or pfed rersa, aa you please. "
j The worst feature ofthe conflict, however,
I is. that the question of color is saitl to enter I
5 j into it. Roye is a full black, while Roberts L
' ; anil his party are niulattoes. If the latter,
'j as is alleged, think they have superior 1
1 ! claims on that accotmt, it is a "new ilepart
''■ ure" which may give the American Colo
nization Society harrier up-hill work than j
' j ever. " t
j j WlfA_ co-operation has done and is
. i doing for Kansas is concisely and pleasant
ly told by our correspondent, whose letter
we publish to-day. Railroads, farms, or- f.
■ ehards, and macliine-shops secured ibr a 5
• ! youfig State by co-operation—these things ! '
■ are worth knowing and imitating. For
•' what has been done in Kan.sa.s can be done .
•elsewhere. This generation, we hope, will
I see the millions of now unproductive acres
.of the far West covered with the homes of L
; n prosperous people, and resonant with the
j music of thousands of industries—all re- -
, : suiting from the intelligent direction of co
. : operation. We have happily passed the
. J era of mere pioneering nnd rosultless land- r\
I Jobbing; the time to fill up the Weat by J
; organized colonization has fully come.
I —Triljtilie, loth.
'An Insect (Vriohity.—We saw in m
the hands of Mr. ft. H. Walton, yesterday,
!an insect of the given spider species, of v
; most remarkably singular formation, it _
bore upon ita back a perfectly white crest
j impressed with a precise resemblance of the n
: human physiognomy--nose, eyes, mouth,
nostrils and all the facial features clearly tle
: veloped. Mr. Walton caught the lusus
i untune from the iron milling in front of St.
j John's Church.— Norfolk Journal. \
Tin; -PAC&H Massacre*S Ap
riiOVED.—The Arizona newspnpii-.s en- B
dorse the massacie of the Pinal ApMma
at Camp Grant, concerning which so much
cxci lenient has been created and assert that !,',
those tribes made frequent raids into the
adjoining country, committing murders and w
running off stock. The property of 111111- __
deieil settlers were found 111 their posses-
The Lelawaki: I.i:(iislatvre laid a j
tax upon the business of its railroads,
which these titltl to their freight schedules, '"
and is now about to fiill upon the immense w
peach crop jusl ready to ho marketed, vi
I'he growers held a convention anil a.,kcd as
the Governor to call a special session of ";
ihe Legislature 10 repeal the levy, which i,a
they allege will operate to cripple'the fruit r0
interest. The Governor declines lo inter- '
fere. I .
Richmond frires Current.
iv-Hot.a-fii i rati ■«.
. | Jess 18, 1871.
Hh-KritvAx—3o cents per i>oiind
Bcaxr—Virginia nsnv fi 25 ; common white
Ii $1 uoal 75 , colored tl.
Bcttkb—Prime Virginia lGalTc ; fair to good
I-Julie ; .11111111011 10.-. Market tentllng down
' t ward with large receipts.
. | Brandt—Apple M 2..a2 75 ; the latter for
I CA.im.Ko—Adamantine 12 oz, 14 to 14Hc :11 oz,
llMto 17c city tallow 14c, factory price by the
I quantity : Mitchell's 32
('"ni.i -Java '.Via'Ai,- ; Rio lv' al:.. . Laguav
I Corn Mast,—White, bolted, front mill, t}\ :
. i oniitry W*..
Ollxkss—Northern nnd Western prime ctlttlng
' ; 17*vialsc ; common 14al8c.
Carroll Y'arno—Country yarn. No., s to 12,
] I)Rf-"s .wn Dm-STtTFrs—Alum ~!t-c ; Copperas
'3c; Madder 16c: Indigo *1 Ml: Cochlnoal *1 25
i extract logwootl IDCj Sup. Carh. Soda flHc Sal
.I'-ti4i•; milestone I2*.c.
Data- Ffirrrs—Apphs, quarters, 2a:icj bright
sliced BaSHc; Peaches, uu]ieeled. halves, Ba7c ;
quarters, 4ftsc: peeled, loolttc; Blackberries 8c:
1 Cherries, pitted, I2>tjnl4e.
E....s—2lepel dozen, in barrfts aud boxes; hi
- patent carriers 22c.
- j Flock—Superfine 97a7 12-: ; extra *7 80a7 62! .
Kt.AXHKKIt—4)I 70al 75.
Fkathkrs—Live geese 0()a7Oc ; mixed MaMe.
FsriTs—Apples, green, *3 antt.l 00 per barrel.
Fish—Mackerel, No. 1 bay, in barrels, *-.':) son
! 21; No. 1 shore. *2(la2S; No. 2mackerel*l(lallisi':
t\ ". 3 1(18 final); No. lin kits »3 hn ; No. 2+2 25.
Herrings— Split *4 75a5 25; gross ti 0(1114 50
I ])er barrel: North Carolina roe *4 20a4 75 per
i half barrel; N. C. clipped *.i K_7; new. gross
*4 50n4 75 )>er barrel.
Givsi-.si; —fjoao.v per pound.
Gt-A.io—H-75n78 for Peruvian, according io
; quantity: Soluble Pacific *5«; Sea Fowl ItM;
English Tobacco Fertilizer *70.
Preparation* —Old Dominion Fertilizer *t>o ;
Gilliam.s Tobacco Fertilizer *70 ; Corn Fertilizer
*?i>; tlo. cotton Fertilizer n"Haii; Powhatan Raw-
Hone Super Phosphate iVn); Watson Ot dark's
Soger Phosphate fItJW ; Eureka toTnOO; Flour of
I Botie tUO.
Hat—Prime Virginia Timothy tl ISal 25;
' good tlo. «<l ooal lo; Norlhern *1 25a1 35 ; Clover
Hit)is— Wet Satteti- -Stem f>!.alOc: calf skin
;*l 70al 80.
Dry—Country ffint 17al(lc; salted 100170— sell
ing prices. The buying rates tor green are 18*4 :
I dry flint 14tU6c.
Lbathkk—A'..'.!—Hemlock, over weight, 27a2Sc ;
: middle 2Sa3oc: light. 20Sa27c ; goorl tlamaged 2:la
20c ; oak, middle weights, SAaJOc,
fill / ami Kip Skins— Best French *l 6SaS 25
'per pound: French let)) tl Mai per laounrt:
American calf tl 25al fie.
Saddlers— Best harness 40a42c; second quality
38a48c; country SAaSSc.
Finished— Upper 3.lnuoc per potrntl.
Rough Stack —Skirting 25a32c jier pound: calf
skins 75a90c per pound ; kip skins 40a50c ; sheep
skins *3a7 per dozen.
Lima and Ckmfxt—Rockville, Va , none in
market; Rockland tl 40al 45, by the quantlty
from wharf; tl 85 by retail from store: Rosen
! dale t2 STHaIM; Calcined Plaster _\_i 25;
1 round top, none here ; James River Cement t2
I 50; Calcined Plaster Ijf3a3 25.
Lt'Mp Piastkr—ls 50a8 iter ton, according to
Lcmder—Pine, common green inch lioatds til
; 50a13 per M ; good seasoned 14alS; do. Hi, 1M
i and 2 inch, *17al<); clear heart *25n2(i: Heart bill
; stntft2i*ia3fi; bill lumber t16h20; oak HMSS.
j Laths—Sawed t2 50a2 75 per 1,000.
j Molassm—Porto Rico 80a70c ; Cuba Mtfscova
; tlo, in ban-els, floafJOc ; sugar-house Syrftp, In bar
: Tcts, 28a30c; New- Orleans Molasses 85a75e ; Eng
! lish Island 45a50c : Golden Syrup 80a70c.
! Mn.i. Offal—Bran3oc ; Shorts 'Mc :Bi'ownstull'
; loc : Shipstull'7sc, wholesale.
Mktai.s— lron —Common sizes t85:la0 per ton ;
extra 4!4a5c; Swedes Baß/ ; band iron 4Sia OX ;
horse shoes f.'iatic ; mule shoes 6Ha7c : rail road
Steel— Naylor's cast 17" ac; English blislcretl
IGHc; American do. lOallX'C.
Nails—Old Dominion, to for standard numbers.
Oils—Kerosene 28c, wholesale; tanners' oil
fiOafi.ac per gallon; straits 8oa85c; linceeti tl f>')a
1 05; lubricating oil 50c.
Oats—Baled 80c per XXI pounds by 111* Isjat
OAKt-M—l2al4c per pound in bales.
Poh-dkk—Sporting t7 00 per keg, #t> 50 by the
lot; blasting $4 50 by keg, *4 by the loi; Eagle
powder, in llasks *2tin2l per case of 25 pounds;
Treble F. in canisters slfialt, per case of 25
Pn-r-fr—l4 per barrel.
Paper Stock—Mixed cotton rag 4a4)ic ; white
006*610 ; wolleu 2a4c ; imperli-riiou- 2'.ia3.
Pocltry—Grown fowls, live 35c: spring chick
Potatoes—lrish, Va., tl 2fi.il AO ; sweet tl 25
al 40. Seed potatoes, Goodrich's t*. .V); Pencil
Blows *4 00 : Early Rose t7 ooas 00 per barrel.
Poi.f.s and Staves—Hoop poles to 50a7 50.
Staves %_ s(ia7. Headings t6 50a7 75.
Pftovfsioxs—Western shoulders, BaBV.; Bone
Sides, lOaloli; Clear Rib, loi.aio'.;; Breasts, lla
Mi; Plain Hams. IOMal7; Sugar-cured, 17.117 M:
Canvassed, 17Ma1S; Virginia hog round, 11311*4.
Lard, Country, 11; Baltimore Leaf, In tierces and
barrels, 12a I2M; in linlf-burrels, l:t: in kegs, 13M,
These are the jobbing prices.
Rice—New, Carolina, 9M to 10c.
Rosin—No. 1, t4a4.50: strained antl No. 2, *2.35.
Shot—t2.sHa2.7s per bag, according to quan
SroAits—Porto Rico, loXallc; Cuba. lOalo.'rc:
(few Orleans, lo'ialiv.; Out loaf„ 15: Refined,
crashed anil powered, 14.
Coffee, A 1311 0 12*4
B 13". If yellow 12H
Extra V 13 | Yellow lOHal 1 '.i
Salt—Liverpool, *2 20a2 35 iH'r sack.
Sm-i-KS—BOc per 100 pountls.
St:.vt:r-A Riio-r—soa6oc jaer pound.
Tar—*2.75a3.00 per barrvl.
Teas—Gunpowder, tl 2ual.!io; Imiierial, ti 90a
1 25c; Young Hyson, « 2*nl 80; Black, tlal 60.
VfxKcAtt—Northern,' 15a20c; Cider Vinegar,
Wool—Washed, free of burrs, 45n50c; 1111
--waslied, free of burrs, 26a3tlc.
Whiskey—Common, tl 15al 25; medium,
tl 25a1 50: old rye, copper distilled, t2a3 50;
vary old, totio.
SixDUffis—Domestic Gin, t1,25a1..V); New-
England Rum, tl 50; Cordials and Blackberry
Brandy, tl 50a2 per gallon.
Richmond Tobacco Market.
Jt-NE 16.—Breaks and ottering, full for the past
week. A large proiiortiou of tit" offerings are in
bad condition and of a nondescript character,
and prices for these kinds are low. but iobacco of
good quality and in good order is in, brisk demand !
at goorl prices.
Pa_l mis (scarce) 44 OOa 4 75
Lf.s—Common lo good 4 Oba 0 5S
Good to line ( 5 75a 8 00
Extra 6 flat 7 0(1
Lf.af—Common to medium 6 OOa 8 00
Good to fine | 8 (Kialo (m
Li-OS—Common to goorl 4 ooa 6 80 I
Lkaf —Good to line .6 OOa 8 00
Black wrappers *-•- 0 ooa 12 00
Mahogany wrapper.. 10 00a 15 00 I
SI .S-ft Ml./,.
Six-cured lug.- 8 00 v 12 00
Sun-cured leaf 10 00 a 2o on '
S-i-KMMfMi—Common to good f) 50all ot) i
HRUUIT MANtFACfITtINO AND S.MOKIX.I. ; |
Lr.is—Common to medium etsialooo
Good to Hue 12 OOa 15 00 1
Extra smoking 15 OOa 25 00
Leaf—Common lo medium 15 ooa 20 00
Good to Hue 25 OOa 50 00
Ex fra 55 ooa 70 00
riVHK OLD DOMINION UIiKI.M'SS ( OL- !
X LE4JE. I
THE FIFTH ANNUAL SKSSION j
of this Institution will commence OCTOBER 2d, I '
with greally Improvetl faciliiies, and advantages i .
ofthe highest order In-nriug lis students a tho- j ]
rough prudical course of the highest value. I j
For pari ictilars add MM
je 8-law4m G. MORRRa NICOL, President. 1
TTHiIIKR KDI.I ATION.
HELMUTH COLLEGE, c
Board and Tuil ion per annum t226. 2
HELMUTH LADIES' LOLLEGE, f
luaugtiruied by H. R. 11. priiice Aiiihnr. Boartt b
and Tuition per annum, ti2o. r
Pkeside.it—The Very |»v. I. Heluuiih, I). D., 1
Dean of Huron. I
*B"For particulars, apply 10 Major Evans. I
Loudon, Canada Wi st. se lo—d *iwly
IN Tilt: DISTRICT COURT OF THE 1
UNITED STATES. I
In the mailer of Samuel 11. Tune, bankrupt-- 3
To whom il May Coieern:— The undersigned, j 1
W. fl. Banks, of Danvile, llttsvlvania, county, S
Virginia, hereby give.- notice of his appointment ! S
:. sign if lhe estate of Samuel H. Tune, of : S
Halifax county, iv said district, who was, on Hie S
:ilst fifty of August, V. !)., 1888, adjudged aj 2;
batikrupi on his own petition by the District
cottrt of sattl tilsiricl. 1
Dated Danville, Va.. Iwe 13th, 1871. S
WILL (J. BANKS. Assignee, is
je 14—ThSw s
y-AM'AHLK LINOS KIR SUE.
By. virtue 01 the provisions of the fourth arti
cle of the treaty between the I'niied Stales c!
America and the K.-insas tribe of Indiana, rendu
c (led October s, is.-.., ratified by the Senate June
27, 1860, and proclaimed by the President Novcm
ri bar 17, iB6O, and acting under Hie direction of the
i secretary of Ihe Interior, I hereby Invite sealed
proposals for the purchase of all "the lands bere
r Inafter described, to wit:
:, DESUHIITION OF LANDS.
" KANSAS TKI-ST f.ANDS.
Lots ,-iand 6 NW!*, SWU See. 2... Lots 7 and
s A'!-:'., Ix)ts .-, und i; .\-i|-i, and KM Sec. 18. Lota
7 and S NEU, ton .*. Audi: NWH and SH See,27
Lota 7 and 8 NF.'. Loi- .-, and 8 NWH and SM
S.-e. 88. Lota J and 8 NF'i. Lota 0 and « NW-.,
- aud SM S'-e. 2*. Lois Is aurl IU NEH, Lots is, 21
, ] and — NW", and SEH, and Ixrt. 2i* and 24, 2.1 nnd
'. [ 20, and 27 and 2- SWH Sec. 88. Whole ol Set
, tion. 31,32, ".-i. .-it and 85, WMSee. 80. All In Town
: ! 11. Ranges.
." I Lot A NEH, Lot 8 NWH aad SH Sec. 211. Lot
'• •'> NEH, Lot 6 NWH and SM Sec. 2.1. LotfiNEH,
I Lot ti NlVi." and BH Sec. 27. Lot fi NEH, Lot fi
; ' NWH nndSM See. 28.. SEH and EH SW'.i See.
; I 29. Lot .1 NEH Loi- _ anil 7 NWH and SH See.
' I 38. WH NEH and NWH fri. Sec. 81, NWH s
, EH.SH SEH.SWH, l*ri, See. 81. NEH, NEH
" 1 NWH, SH NWM and SWH See. 32. NH NEM
NW. aad WH SEH Sec. US. NEH and SH Bee.
34. Whole of ■•■etioiis 83 and .'ID. All in Town.
11. Ranee <i.
I LotfiNEH, and Lot 6 NWH See. 2*>. Lot .1 N
;: EH anil Lot ti NWH and SM See. 28. Lot fi NX
i U, Lot NWM aid S'r. See. 27. Lot. ft NEH, iLot
•I BNW H and s! See. 28. Lot ft NEM Lot (i NWH
! and S!-j See. 28. Lot ft NEM Lot 6 NWH and SH
; , See. H». Lot ft NEH, Lots ti and 7 NWH and SH
fri. Sec. lis. Whole of sen ions 81,88, SM nntl 34,
■ NH and SWH See. 35. SEH See. M, All in
| Town 14. linage 19,
Lot 8, Lot. II SEH nntl SWH Sec. 2D. Lot ft N
EH, Lot ti NW '.i and SM See. 88. Whole ol sec
' tion 31. Lot C NEH, W Hand Lot 6 SEH Sec. 32.
All In Town 14. Itnngo 11.
EM Lot 1 and Lot 2 N X H and N W H fri. tintl S
> WH SEH Sec. 1. Whole of sections 2. 8, -1 anil fi,
1 • NEH Lot« is, v, lfi, lii, 17 and 18 NWH, NWH
' SEH and SWM SEH and Lois 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
J and 2.". SWH Section li. WM NEM, Lois 11, 12,
1 IS, 14, 13 nnd in, WM SI-'.H and Lots 17, IS, ID, 20,
21 und 22 Sec-lion 7. NH, SEH and EM SWM
■ Section ». Whole of Section 9. NM, SEM, NEM
1 SWM, WH SWH See. 10. Whole of Section 11.
NWH, EH SEH and NWH SWH Sec. 12. EM,
■ NEM SWH, SM SWM Section 18. NWM See. 14.
NEM, and WM NWH Section lfi. Whole of See
; tion 111. NEM, NEM NWM, EHSEHandWH
• SWM Section 17. Whole of Section IS. Lots 12,
. 13 and 14, anil NMSEM Section 111. NEH. WH
• NWM and EM SEM Section 2S. Whole of Sec
-1 tion 21. SWM Section 22. NEH NEM. SH NEM,
SEH, and EM SWM Section 23. Whole of Sec-'
.' tion24. NM, SEM, and NM SWH Section 2fi.
' NM.NM SEM und SWU Section 26. NM NWM,
. SWM NWH, and WM SWM Section 27. Whole
of Section 28. EM NEM Section 21). Lois 11 und
lfi NWH and Lots 28 and 21 SWM Section 30.
r Whole of Section 31. SMNWH.NWM SEM.SM
' SEH tuid SWH flection 32. NM NEM,SEM NEM
and NEM NWU Section 33. WM NWM and
NWM SWU, SEH SWM Section 34. WM NEM
! and NM NW H, SEM NWM nnd NWM SEH, SM
SEU Section 3fi. EM, aud SWH Section 88, all in
Town lfi, Range 8.
Whole of sections 1, 2, S and 4, SEM, and NEM
• SWH, S.VSWM Sec. ;,. NWM and NM Lot 2
SWM Sec. 6. EM, and SM Lots 1 and I NWU,
and SWM See. 7. Whole of sections of 8, 8,10,
11, 12, 13, 14. lfi, 16, 17, 18, ID, 28, 21, 22, 23 24 2fi
29.87 and 28. NM, SEU and NEM SWH, SM
SWM Sec. 29. NM, NWH SEH, and SWM Sec.
30. W M Sec. 31. AVholc of Sec 1 ions 32, 3:1, 34 find
3.1, all In Town lfi. Range f.
SEM and NEU SWU, SH SWM Sec. 1. Lot 2
NEM, NWU and SM SEU Sec. 2. Whole of sec
tions 3, 3, fi, n, 7 and 8. W>! NWM and WM SWM
Sec. |). SEM Section IS. Whole of Se'ctfons 11,
12, 13, 13 and lfi. EM and EH SWU Sec. 10. WM
NEH, NWU and NM SWM Sec. 17. Whole of
Section 18. WM NEH, N!_ SEH and WM Sec. Id.
SEU NEH and SEM Sec. 20. Whole of Sections
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 27, 2S and 2D. EM NEM, Lot
2NWM,NEUSEM,SM SEM Soc. 30. NEM and
SEU Sec. 31. Whole of Sections 32, 33, and 34.
WM NEU and NWM Sec. 3fi. NEM and SH
Sec. 80, all in Town 15, Range, 10.
Lot 0 NEM and Lots 7 and 8 and SM NWM and
Lot fi SEH and SWU Sec. 0. Whole of Sections
(1 and 7. Lot 5, WM, and Lot 0 SEM Sec. 8. Lot
fi NEM, WH, and Lot 0 SEM Sec. 17. Whole
of Seclions Is and 10. Lot 5 NEM, WM, anil Lot
ti KEM Sec. 2S. Lot fi NEM, WM, and Lot 6SF'M
Sec. 29. Whole of Sections 3t) aud 31. Lot :,
NEM, WM, and Lot BSEM See. 32, all in Town
lfi, Range 11.
Whole of Section 1; EM Sec. 2, EM Lot 2,
NWM Sec. 3. WM Lot 1, NWH Sec. 4. NEU
fri., NWM fri., SWH, WM SEH Sec. fi. Lots 13 I
and 14, EM Lot 21, WM Lot 21 NEH. Eots lfi, I
10, 17, 18, 19 and 2o NWM and SEH, and Lots 22,
23, 24, 2fi. 20. 27 SWH Sec. 0. EM, Lots 13, 14, lfi, j
10,17 and ISNWMandLots 19,20,21 and22SWH
See. 7. SM NEM, NWM NWM and SM Sec. s.
Whole of Section I). SWM NEU and NWU
NWU, SM NWU, WM SEM and SWU Sec. 10.
NEM NEM Soc. 11. WM NWM and SM SEM
Sec. 12. EM NEM Sec. 13. SWH NEM See lfi.
Whole of Sections 10, 17 and 18. NM NEM, Lot
ID NEM and Lots 13,14, lfi, 18, 17 and IS NWM
Sec 19, NM NEM, Lot 1 NEM, NM NWM, Lot 2 i
NWH See. 28. NM NWH, Lot 2 NWM See. 21 I
Lot 1 NEM and Lot 2 NWM Sec. 22. Lot 1 NEU i
and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 2.1. All in Township 10,
WM Lot land Lot 2 NWM, and WM SWM
Sec. 1. Whole of Sections 2, 8. 4 ami fi. WM
Sec. 6. SM Lots 1 and 2 SWM Sec. 7. Whole of
Sections 8, 0, 10 and 11. AVM NWM See. 12 EM
NEM and EM SEU Soc. 13. Whole of Seclions
lfi, 10 and 17. NWM, EM SEM, and Lot 2 SWM
Sec. IS. NEH NEU, Lot 4, NEU Sec. 19. NM
NEM, Lot 1 NEU and N't NWH. Lot 2 NWM
Sec. 21. NM NEU, Lot 1 NEM and NM NWM,
Lot 2NW U Sec. 22. NM NEU, Lot 1 NEM, NM
NW M aud Lot 2NW H Sec. 23. NE U NEM Sec
24. All iv Tow nship 16, Range 9.
Whole of Section 1. EM Lot 2 and EM Lot 11
NEH and SEM Sec. 2. WM Lots 1 and 2 NEU
and WM Sec. 3. Whole of Sections 4 and fi EM
EM Lots land 2 NWM and Lot 1 SWU Sec 0'
EM, Lot INWM and SWM Sec. 7. Whole of
Section S. NM NEH. SWM NEU, und WM Sec.
9. SEM, and SEU SWM Sec. ID. Whole of Sec
tions 11,12, 13, 14 and 13. SM NEH and SM See
10. NM.andNM SWM, SWM SWM See. 17.
Whole ol Section IS. Lotsl andft N'EU and Lots
2, 3, and 4, Sec. 19. NEU, Lot 1 KWM ami I.V,
and Lot 3 SEM Sec. 20. Whole of Sections 21 22*
23, 24, 2ft, 20, 27 aud 28. EM NEH, Lot 3 NEM
and EM SEH, Lot 4 SEM Sec. 29. EM NEM and
Lot 3 NEM and EM SEH, Lst 4 SEM Sec 32
Whole of Sections 33, 34, 3fi and 36 All la Town
10, Range is.
Lois 7 and 8 NEM, Lois 9 aud lOandSM NWM,
Lots fi and 6 SEU and SWM Sec ft. Whole of
Sections 6 and 7. Lots fi and 8 NEM, WH, and
Lots 7 and S SEH Sec. 17. Whole of Seclions 18
and ID. Lots 5 and 6 NEU, WM, aid Lots 7 and
8 Sec. 28. Lois fi and 8, NWU, anc Lots 7 aud S
SEU Sec. 2D. Whole of Section 30. WM Sec. 31
j Lots .. and 0 NEM, WM, and Lots 7 and 8 SEU
Sec. 32. All in Town, IS, Range 11.
Whole of Sections 1, 2 and 3 NEH, SEU, and i
EM SWM Section 4. Lots 1, 2 and 3 NEU and :
Lot! SEH Sec.fi. EM NEM, EM SEU, Lot 2 I
SEM Sec. 8. WholeofSectionsO.lOtndll. NM I
NM SEM and SWM Sec. 12. WM Sea-. 13. Whole!
of sections 14, lfi and 16, EM NEH, Lot 1 NEU '
EM SEM, Lot 2 SEU, Sec. 17. EM N'EU, Lot 1 I
NEM, EM SEM, Lot 2 SEM Sec. 2». NM, NM I
SEM find NH SWM Sec. 21. Whole of sections
22 and 23. NWH NEU, SH NEU, NWH and SM
Section 24. NM aad SWH Sec. 2fi. Whole of
Section 20. NEU, and NM and SWM Sec. 2..
Whole of seclion 20. NEH, anil NEM NWU
Sec. 27. EM NEH, EM SEM, Lot 2 SEH See 29
NEU NEU Sec. 83. All in Town, 17, Kangolß
Lots i and 9 NEH, Lots 0, 7 and 8, HWH, Lots
:IS anil 11 SEH and Lot 12 SW H Sec. ft. EM Lots !
I 1 and 2 NEH and EM SEM See. 0. ___ fjEH Sec I
-7. Lots :, autlo NEH, NWU, Lots 7 and 8 SEM
land SWM See. 8. Lots J and 6 NEH, NWH
j Lots 7 and 8 SEU and BX SWU Sec 17 SWM
Sec. 19. Lots a and ti NEH, NM NWM.and Lots '
7 and 8 SEH See. 21). Lots 3 and 6 NEH mid!
Lots 7 und 8 SEM See. 29. WM NEM and NWM ■
Sec. 38. Lots fi and 6 NEM Sec. 32. All iv Town
IT, Range 11.
Lot 6, NWM Sec. ;,, in Town, 18, Rangoll.
KANSAS miu.VfsHlil) KESEKVATIO.I.
Lot 20 NEU, Lois 21, 22, and 23 NWU, SEU
and Lots 24, 25, 20,27,28 and 29 SWM Sec. 19* i
Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 NWM and SM Sec. 20 Lot 4 i
NEU. Lot 3 NWH und SM Sec. 21. Lot 4 NEH
Lot 3NW M aud SM Sec. 22. Lot 4 NEH, Lot ii
NWM Sec. 23. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 NWM Bee 24 1
Whole of Sections 27, 28, 29, NEH Lots 1.1 14 in,'
10, 17 and 18 NWU, SEH. Lots ID, 20, 21 22 23 ■
aud 24 SWM See. 30. NEH, Lots 13, 14, 15, Id' 17
and 18 NWM, SEU, Lots ID, 2u, 21, 22 2.1 and ''1
SWM Sec. si. Whole of Sections 32, 33 and 31
All in Town 10, Range 8.
Lot 5 NEU, Lot 0 NWU Sec. Hi. Lot 4 NEM
Lot 3 NWM Sec. 2d. Lot 4 NEU, Lot 3 NWU
See. 21. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 8 NWH See. 22 Lot 4
NEM, Lot 3NWH Sec. 23. Lot I NEH, Lot 3
NWU Sec. 24. All in Town, 16, Range 111
Lot 0 NEH, Lot 7 NWM See. 111. Lot 8 NEH
Lot 6 NWH, Lot 4 SEU Sec. 211. Loll NEH '
Loi 2 SEH Sec. 29. Lot 1 NEH, Loi 2 SEU Sec
32. All hi Town, 16, Hang" 10. ' '
W hole of Seel ions 3, 4 and ft. Lois 13 14 ami 21 i
NEH, Lois 13, 10, 17, 18, 19 aud 20 NWM, SEM
and Lou 22, 23,24, 23, 2» and 27 SWM See 0
NEH, Lois, 13, 14, lfi, 10, 17 and 18 NWM, SEU i
Lots 111, JO, 21, 22, 23 and 2i SWU Sec. 7. Whole j
of Seclions S, 9, 1(1, 1.1, 14,14, 10, 17, NEM, Lots 13 I
14, lfi, 16, 17 and IS NWU, SEU, Lois m, 20, 21 i '
22, 23, 24 SWU Sec. 18. NEH, Lois 13,14 13 16
17, is, NWM. SEM, Lois 19. 29, 21, 22, 23, 24 SWM
Sec. 19. Whole of Seetious 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 25 26
27,28,29NEH. Lois 13. 11, 13, 16, 17, JBNWM 1
SEU. Lois ID, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 SWU Section 30. 1
NEM, Loi*. 13, 14, lfi, 16, 17, 18 NW'. 1, SEH, Lots t
19, 211, 21, 22, 2:1, 24 SWM Seclion .11. Whole of I
Seclions 32, 33, 34, 35, 30. All in Town 17
Whole of Seclions 16, 17. 18, 19, 211, 21, 22, 27, 2S
2D, 3(1, 81, 32, 33, 34. All in Town. 17, Range 9. 1
Lot 6 NEM, Lot fi SEM Sec. ft. Lot 4 NEM I
Lot 8 SEU Sec. i. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 8 SEM Sec t
17. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 SEM Sec. 20. Lot 4 NEM
Lot 8 SEU Sec. 19. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 SEM Sec (
32. All iv Town. 17, Range In
Lot 3 and NM NEH, Lot 4 and NM NWM Sec.
1. Lot 3 and .\'.. NEH, Lot 4 and NM NWU
Sec. 2. Lot 3 and NM NEH.Lot 4 audNH NWH
Sec. 3. Lot3aiidNMNEU,Lol4andNM NWM
Sec. 4. Lot 3 and NM NEU, Lot 4 and NU NWM 1
Sec. fi. Lvi 31 mid NH NEH, Lots 24, 25, 20, 27
28, 2D, 30 NWM Soc. 0. AU hi Town is. Range 8 1
Lot ft and NM NEU. Lot 0 and NM NWH See
1. Lot fi and NM NEM, Lot 6 and NM NWU (
S<v. 2. Lot 3 and NM NEH, Lot U audNH NWM
Sec. 3. Lot 6ai)dNMNEH,LotBaniINM NWM
Sec. 4. Lot 6 and NM NS*, Lot 8, audNH NWM
Such proposal, must be made for parcels or
tract, not exceeding in any case one hundred and
sixty acres each. Should any proposal be for an
tract having ni>on It improvements of any kini
which wen made* by or for the Indians or fo
< internment purposes, the proposal, thereto
must stale the price bbl for the land and for the
These lands comprise the unsold portion of
what are known aa the Kansas Indian Trust
Lands, and also all that iwlion of the Ranaaa
Indian Diminished RenerraUon lying out-ide ~
the exterior boundary line of the lands assignee
in severally to member, of the tribe under tin
provision of the aforesaid treaty.
All bids must be accompanied by lhe deposit of
a sum equal lo ten per centum ot' the amount o
each bid, which sum, in case the land is nwartlet
and balance not paid, will be forfeited by the bid
der. Should any bid lie rejected the sum deposi
ted will be returned lo the proper party.
Patents will be issued anil transmitted to pur
chasers as soon after full payment a. practicable
Payment, muat be made hi cash, or such eerl in
cites of indebiedncss of tho Kansas tribe of In
dians, issued by the t'oiniuissioner of Indian Af
fair, tor lhe debts of said Indians, as are made
receivable as cash by the provisions of the amen
ded second (2d) article of lhe treaty of March 13,
IBU2, ti) the amount for which they were issued,
in payment for lauds that may lie purchased out
of that portion of said Reservation commonly
known as "Trust Lands.-'
All lands purchased from that portion of Ihe
"Diminished Reservation" herein offered for .ale
moat be paid for in cash. The light to reject any
and all bids is expressly reserved. ■■
All bills must be sealed and addressed to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and indorsed
Bid. for Kansas Indian Trust Land.," or "Rids
for Kansas Diminished Reserve Lands,'' aa the
case may be,
Persotts or pnrfies whose bids an- accepted will
be not—fled of such acceptance as soon thereafter
If within forty days after strt-h notice has been
duly mailed payment iti full is not made to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs of lhe amount
bid, the land for which such bid waa made will
be again subject to sale.
Deposits to accompany bid. may-tie made in
any public depository of the United States or Sol
ent National Bank, evidenced by a certificate of
lepoeit transferred to E. S. Parker, Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. ('.
Bids will be received until lhe nth day of July
est, after which, as>oon as practicable,! hey w ill
I lie opened, examined and acted fijion.
11. R. CLUM,
j ( Acting Commissioner.
c JSMALL FARMS FOR SALE.
£ r*HAR.IHX<'OOI;:\TRYSEATS FOR SALE
J AT GUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
• TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON,
_ AND FOUR MILES FKOM MT. VERNON.
|; FACILITIES FOR
. BOATING, SHOOTING,
, ON SUNNYSIDE BAY.
'_ FINE WATER. TIMBER, Oil AH NO LANDS
; HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY.
. UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
', GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HI'N
, DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
I j SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE KTJN
, | DRED ACRES.
, STEAMHOAT LANDING ON PREMISES
( AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
i ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
i j TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE.
We wtint otre hundred first-class families, in
ditstrious. temperate and enterprising, Noques
lions asked about religion or politics.
You can raise every variety of Fruit, O rass and
Facilities for dairt lug excellent.
Manures. Lime, MarlandMuck easily obtained
near the premises.
Dir*ecland rapid shipment of all products North
by rail or water.
No one need fear excess heat or cool nights;
for fresh breezes come up tbe bay and temper the '
To persons of intellect mil lastes, ihe near vi
cinity of the National Capital is of inestimable
value. It is near enough to Washington to allow
one to do business there and be home al night)
[ or, iv winter lo reside in the city and have the
: luxuries of a farm home.
We urge our Northern friends not to go West,
j nor far into the South to live in the wilderness,
' till ihey have seen our beautiful region of lhe
i Upper Poloinac.
Come and see us here in Virginia. Here you
will find true hearts read}'to welcome yon. 0b-
I clety organized villi Churches. Schools, Horti
! cultural and Agricullural Societies, Nurseries of
| fruit frees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here
j you will Und the cheapest laud on Ibis continent,
and which is sure to increase rapidly in value. —
; Northern men of means are coming in rapidy.
Lands from *2() to *25 per acre, of excellent
quality to improve, can be bought on long time.
j Farms can be rooted by those who wish lo stay
i a while lo try the climate.
"STATE JOIRINAL" OFFICE,
BECK, KNOX k KIRHY,
Real Estate Altellts, i '
ap 12-u Alexandria. Va.
Tja L (i I \
WATC H E S :
Pksk a R. R. Co., Gkn f. Si r is Okfick, I
Altoosa, January 19, 18711. S
j T. M. Avi-iKv, Esq.,
Pies-1 National Watch Co., Chicago: i
/)""-,Mr, —This Company has purchased and i
put it) the hands of its engine-men, eighty "Ray
mond movements," which have given excellent
satisfaction, and proved to be very reliable time
keepen. In addition to these, quite a number of
E L G I N WAT (! HE S
have been purchased by officers ami employees of ;
ibis Company, all of whom have been well
pleased with the efficiency and regularity of the
movement, manufactured by IheNalionai Watch
EDWARD 11. WILLIAMS, i
Gen'l Superintendent. 1
*_ Call on your Jeweler and ask lo see lhe
Elgin Watches. (
Business Office and Salesroom National Watch
l.ifi nntl 101 Lake Street, Chicago, t
1 Mnldeii Lane New York. a
U 4 ssii.VEE'S SALE OF
>r Byvktue of an order of W W Forbes, Esq.,
id Register in Bankruptcy, I shall as assignee of
iy Joshua L. Garret, bankrupt, sell at public nne
d tion nt Gloucester Court-house, on
JJ MONDAY, THE 3d DAY Of Jl LV, 1571,
ie commencing at 12 o'clock, M., all Ihe RIGHT
TITLE and INTEREST of the said bankrupt In
>f three lots at Cnppnhooslc. In the county of Oloit
,. eester, free from all liens and encumbrances —
_ The lii-s: et then lots, which coniains two (2)
,f acres, front, upon the main road leading io the
d wharf, and Is particularly desirable fora building
p lot. The two other lots, containing respectively
eight and ten acres, front njion and run bark lo
,f public lanes, and are very desirable to persons
,_■ engaged in market gardening.
il TERMS—one-fourth cash; Hie balance on six
p and twelve months lime. Purchaser to give
i_ bonds. Willi ample personal security, for the de
ferred payments, with interest thereon, from the
-. day of sale; title to be reiained by the assignee
, until the whole of the purchase money shall have -
i- been paid. p. ,\. FORRES.
I- i Assignee of Joshua L. Garrett, Bankrupt
f- my 27—2aw3w
• By (J ruble. fc~WilliamiTAlicTloiie _r».
I. 4 SSIONEES'S SALE OF
i TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE ACRES
OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF ES
SEX. VA., AT AUCTION,
V In accordance wilh a decree of ihe Distiict
Court of lhe United States, signed by lhe Hon.
c John C. Underwood, District Judge, pronounced
1 on the 22d May, 1871, I shall sell In front of the
s door of the Custom house, In ibe city of Rieh
, ON SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
1 JULY, 1871.
■ Two hundred and forty-live acres of valuable
Land iv the County of Essex, within four miles of
) the Rappahannock River. The land I. well
c wooded find watered—the neighborhood au excel
lent one, and the Land productive.
TERMS—One-third cash • balance in six and
) twelve month., with negotiable notes, interest
- lidded, title reiained until the whole of lhe pur
t chase money Is paid.
r T. H. BROOKE,
Assignee of Paul Spindle.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
LANDS IN KING AND QUEEN COUNTY.
By virtue of an order of the Dislrict Court of
: the United State*, for the Districi of Virginia,
made the 4th day of April, IS7I, in Ihe matter of i
S. G. Fauntleroy, a bankrupt, I shall, as assignee
ol said bankrupt, sell nt public unction, in front
. of King and Queen Court-House, on
THURSDAY, THE 13tii JULY, 1871,
(that being eourt-dav) at 12 o'clock M., the fol
lowing REAL ESTATE surrendered by the said
bankrupt, to wit:
One undivided sixth of the tract of land called
' Farmers' Mount," which contains (the entire
track) 520 ACRES, and lies in King and Queen
county, adjacent to the Dunkirk Ferry proi>ertv
on the Mat taponi river ill said connty. The late
; Dr. Moore G. Fauntleroy resided on this tract
i iv his life-lime. This interest will be sold entire,
The tract of land called "Ghmwood," separated
irom the above described tract by the public road
leading from Dunkirk Ferry to New town, and ly
ing only half a mile from the Terry. This 1 ract con
tains 702 acres, is lhe present residence of Dr. S G
Fauntleroy, and will he sold entire, or in parcels
as may seem most desirable on the day of sale '
These lands are very desirable. Any Informa
tion respecting them will be furnished by lhe mi
, dersigned, if applied by let ter or otherw he
; Tkrms of Sai.k—Cash, as to a sum sullicient to i
| defray the expenses of sale; as to the residue, upon
j acredit of six, fifteen and twenty-four months
j in equal instalments, lhe purchaser lo execute
bonds for the deferred payments, bearing interest
at stx per cent, from the day of sale, the title to i
be retained until the purchase money is paid in i
lull, wilh poww to re-sell in ease any bond for (
purchase money shall not be paid at maturity
_ __ . • •'■ 11. C. JONES, Assign.,,. I,
St. Stephen s Church, Va., May 30, IS7I. ]
je 15—2nw3\v 1
"A KtIuVEK'S SALE OF ~ j
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, IN PATRICK
COUNTY, VA., AT AUCTION. (
By virtue of a decree of the United States Dis- f
trict Court for Eastern District of Virginia. 1 will. '
ON THURSDAY, 22i, DAY OF Jl 'NE, is; I.
sell, as assignee of John Tuggle. bankrupt, on
the premises, where the bankrupt now reside, a v
TRACT of LAND, containing llifi acres, lying on
the waters of Hock Castle creek, and adjoining
the lands of Abram Houchins and others.'
at the same time and place, a TRACT of 100 r
acres, lying on the waters of Smiths river ad- T
joining the lands of Reuben Wrighl anil others , }
one TRACT of fit) acres, lying on the head w titers „
of Rock ( astle creek, adjoining Ihe lands of Na- i
thaniel Bitrwell und others. j
TERMS—One-third cash; balance in six and "
twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser giv
ing bonds, with approved security, for the de
ferred paymenls, and titlo reiained lill whole of
purchase money is paid.
. „ . THOS. E. COBBS, „
,!<■ B—law3\v Assignee. _
A Lacy, Auctioneer, c'
A SSK'NEE'SSALE "_9~ ~
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HALIFAX «
COUNTY". VA. f
111 obedienco to a decree of lhe Dislrict Conn
of the United stale, for the Eastern districtof
'Virginia, entered in the matter of Stephen 11. t<
Tucker, bankrupt, otf lhe mh day of May. 1-71
I shall, on
FRIDAY, THE Urn DAY OF JULY, 1871, o:
proceed to sell on the premises al public auction,
Ihe real estate surrendered try said bankrupt <*i
lhe purchasers thereof at the former sale, having b:
tailed io comply with the terms of sale. The
said real estate consists of two tracls—the one
formerly purchased by s. D. Tucker, and on' m
which he now resides, containing 20o'<i AORES in
more or less, "on which there are valuable Ira- l»
provements, including a good dwelling-house, in
kilchen and necessary ont-hon.es, a line orchard m
kc, kc.,— the other, purchased at the former
sale by C. H. Walker, containing 334!' ACRES
more or less, ou which there is a small settle
ment, two or three good tobacco barns, 4c. The "
land lies along the waters of Lady Creek, aboni I
ten miles from Halifax, and three miles from t-
Meadsville, and is well adapted to the cultiva- '
lion of wheat, corn, tobacco, &c. The land will
be sold free from all liens and emcumbrances, ex
cept the contingent right of dower of the bank- „
rupt's wife. D
—TERMS OF SALE-One-half purchase money U
to be paid iii cash, the balance on a credit of six
months, the purchaser giving bond with good se
curity, and bearing interest firm. ,| ; , v 0 f sa | p f or
the deferred payment. y"
A. BARKSDALE, Jr., Assignee ?,'
jelfi—lnw.Sw ofs. D. Tucker, Bankrupt. y
By t'ol. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer. I |j
4 SSIONEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL n,
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF (LARKS- _\
VILLE, VA. j*
In the matter of R. If. MOSS k BROS. ,
: By an order of the Dis. __ I Oqurt of ihe United \_*
States lor (he District of Virginia, cons il to !?
by all parlies interested, I shall, as assignee for l "
the above named bankrupts, sell al public nuc- -J
tion, lo the highest bidder,
ON THE 18TB DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871, -JT3
in the town of Clarksville. Va.. free from all
liens ami encumbrances, a lam amount of per- i
SONAL PROPERTY, conslsimg of I 1
! St i
Horses, Mules and Cattle, of
Household and Kiteh-n Furniture, m
Two ( 2) steam Engines, with complete outfit; sel
Tobacco Kactory Fiilures, iv goodorder suf
iicient to work 200—lads.
The REAL ESTATE xmsfat of about twenty- at
live valuable Town aid Wood Lois, In and near sal
to the town of Clarlsville ; Two large Facto
ries (smoking and niiHufacturiiig) ; also, "Kin- DA
derton,'' one milecut of town, containing 300
acres w Ith handsone Dwcllitig.
TERMS—For all pr-nnal property cash; for
real ("state, one-foiirh of purchase money cash
lhe balance payabhin twelve mouths, with in
terest from day of talc. pu
J. M. f ARRINGi ON. Assignee ' Xc
B—2awtds of R. H. Moss k Bros. i 1%
By Col. J J. Hill, Auctioneer. ref
4 SSICiNEL'S IALK OF lis
VALUAULE lEAI. AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF ('LARKS- AI
H.) an order of the District Court of the United wil
State, for the Ditrict of Vii'Binia. I shall, as as- on.
signee of (,'hanib'iiayne 4 Moss, expose for sale, tin
to the highest bidder, al public auction, one of 1
the best and largest DISTILLERIES in Virginia, six
wilh ilgtures complete, free from all liens and ter
encumbrances, _ the town of Clarksville, Vn.. ! pni
ON THE 15n DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871. ' in i
TEKMS-Cue-fourth cash; the balance pay- I
able. Mil, imerest, iw-elye months afler day of
sale. J. M CARRING TON. Assignee I
ie h—2aw ids of Cliamberlayue k Moss. ! jl
V TALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLI.
, In obedience to an order of the United Slats,
if . District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
!■ iii lhe matterof If. A Yanghan, bankrupt, 1t,.,'
i itlidef-signed will,
ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, MR,
', commencing at 11 o'clock A. M„ In front of t|„,
n doorol ihe Court-House of said court, in the Cv,
i- lorn-House building in Ihe city of Richmond, Vn
- sell nl public auction, ihe following valuable real
1) estate, viz: 7..2 M ACRES of LAND in the count,
o of Lunenburg, and about 1M mile, from AMierri a
g Depot, on the R. nnd D. railroad The iinprot,
v fuents in the way or buildings upon this land are
0 handsome, commodious and nearly new. This
s latrd will b" sold fsa whole, or In lots to suj,
purchasers, free from lien or encumbrance excep
x the contingent dower light. A. plat of this land
c will be exhibited on day of sale.
TERMS—One-fourth cash : balance in six and
. iw-eh c n-i.ii.iii>-. equal Instalment., purchaser gi
e : Ing bonds, with MCnrity, and title to be retained
until the whole of the purchase money Is paid
j"f■--2.iw3w P. A.FORBES, Assignee
- | 4 SMOKES' SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. AT PUBLIC
In obodi.iieo to an order of the United Stale.
3 Din-triei four! for the Eastern Districtof Virginia
In the matterof Alien A. Bui well, bankrupt, ihe
undersigned w ill,
t ON TIIE 23i> DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
commencing al 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the
1 doorol lhe Court-House of said court, in the Cm.
i' torn-House building in the city of Richmond, Vn
- sell nt public auction, the following valuable real
estate, viz: 896 M ACRES in the count y of Lunen.
? burg, adjoining the lands of E. Newcomb nnd
others. This land has iqioii It a comfortable
c dwelling ;ind all necessary millions.-.
1 TERMS—Oue-foiinh cash; balance in six ami
twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser gi..
ing bonds, with security, and tiila- io be retained
unlil lhe whole of the purchase money is paid
i P. A. FORRES,
' W. M. DAVIDSON,
- je 6—2nw.",w Assignees.
* SSM'NEE*S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
lv obedience to tin order of the United State
District Conn for the Eastern District of Vir
[ gldla. in the mhttrrof William Wilkinson, haul,,
rupt. the undersigned will,
0 ON THE 23n DAY* OF JUNE. 1871,
commencing at 11 o:clock A. M„ In front of ihe
door of the Court-House of said court, in the
Custom-House building in Ihe city of Richmond
- Va., sell at public auction, 042 ACRES OK LAND
1 in lhe county of Lunenburg. The dower having
been assijrned the widow- by the county court of
I Lunenburg, this land will be sold ns follows
, Two-thirds in value of said tract will lie sold free
, from all liens, the remaining one-third will he 5..1,|
| subject lo the life estate of Mrs. Wilkinson,
I TERMS—One-fourth cash ; balance in six and
lwelve months, equal instalments, purchaser
giving bonds, with security, and title to be re.
tableu until the whole of the purchase money i.
Paid. P. A. FORBES,'
' je ft—2aw3w Assignee:
A MM—SE- SALE OF
', VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. AT PUBLIC
In obedience to unorder of the United State
Diatrict Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, in Ihe matter of 11. E. Shore, bankrupt, the
i undersigned will,
'i ON THE 23i. DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
' commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of ibe
door of the Oouri-Hrace of said court, in the
Custom-House building in ihe city of Richmond
: Virginia, sell al public auction/the said bank
I rupfs undivided interest in 1,(158 ACRES OF
j LAND in the county of Noltow-av ; said intere
being equal lo one-third value of said tract stih
jeel to the encumbrance of the life estate of lit,
M. A. Shore, mother of said baidirupi.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance in six and
lwelve months, equal instalments, purchasei
giving bonds, wilh security, and title to be re
Mined until the whole of lhe purchase money i
I >a . irt - I*. A. FORBES,'
,)Q C—2avv3w- Assignee
A SSIGNEE'S OF SALE OF
VALUBLE REAL ESTATE IN CAMPBELL
By virtue of a decree ofthe District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered in the matter of Wm. H. Walker,
bankrupt, the undersigned, assignee of said bank
rupt, will sell, m public auction, in Ihe town of
Brooknenl, Campbell county, lo the highest bid
WEDNESDAY, THE 12-ru DAY OF JULY, 1871,
all the REAL ESTATE surrendered by the .aid
bankrupt in his schedules, except the Mill and
Foundry, on Falling river, and the land therei"
at laclied. The said real estate consist of
Ist. A Iract oT
EIGHTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND,
more or less, adjoining the town of Brookneal
on which there are valuable improvements, In
cluding a large and commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, Kilchen. necessary Out-Houses, Orrli
The land is productive and adapted lo the cul
livnlion of Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, kc, and alto
gether, thi- is really a most valuable piece of
2d. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each in the
town of Brooknenl, (No. 21 and No. 34), and
3d. One-half interest In three TOWN LOTS.
(Nos. 27, 2S and 2fi) in town of Brookneal, on om
of which is silnaled a valuable TOBACCO FAC
The said land hi sold free of all liens aud en
cumbrances, except the right of dower of the
TEEMS—One-half cash ; residue of purclia
money on a credit of six months, purchaser giv
ing bond, with approved security, and bearin"
Interest from day of sale, for the* deferred paa
mem. and title retained until ihe purcha-
money is fully paid.
A. HARKSDALE, Jr., Assignee
of W. H. Walker, Bankrnpf
A SSKi.NEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC
In obedience to an order of the United State.
District Conrt for lhe Eastern District of Virgin
ia. In the matter of John O Wtukins, bankrnpt,
the undersigned will,
ON THE 23f. DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of th.
door of the Court-House of said court, in the
Custom-House building in the city of Riehmonu
Va., sell at public auction, 150 AGRES of LAND
situated near Keysville station, on the R. 4 D R
R , in the ..unity of Charlotte.
One -seventh interest in 215 ACRES of LAND,
situated in the county of Charlotte, free from all
liens and encumbrances.
TERMS—Oue-fonrth cash; balance In six and
lwelve months, equal Instalments, purchaaer giv
ing Ihjihls, wiib security, and title to be retained
lill whole of ihe purchase money is paid
je s—2aw3w P. A. FORBES, Assignee.
Case No. 4228.
A SSIGNEE AMD TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BOWLING
GREEN, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of the decree rendered by the United
Stat™ Diatrict Court for the Eastern District
of Virginia, on the 12th day of June, 1871
tn the matter of J. S. Davies, bankrupt, we will
sell ai Bow ling C'reen, Caroline county, Va., ou
MONDAY, THE 10th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., the following real property of
said bankrupt, vi_:
DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT OF ONE
wiih Odd-Fellows' Hall and Storehouse attached
ALSO, THE STOREHOUSE AND LOT
purchased by ihe sairl bankrnpt of Edgar Mr
Kenne.v and the heir, at large of Brockenbrougi.
Pe.v It'll, situated Off Main streei.
For a more particular description of ihe same
reference is hereby made lo the deed of trustee
from said banki-upl and wife to Robert Htldgin
trustee, dated Mb of January, 1880, and recorded
in the clerk-, oflice of Caroline County eouri
ALSO ONE TWO-STORY DWELLING
with basement, situate on Main street, with loi
one and one-half aorea, peach and apple orchard'
TERMS—One-third cash, aud lhe balance al
six uud twelve months, for negotiable note. In
terest added, and the lii le retained until all the
put-chase money is paid.
At the same lime all bonis, notes, and cluise
in action, belonging to lhe said bankrupt
Assignee of J. 8. Davis.
RO. HUDGIN, Trustee, kc.