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\iH.\llA, IM.MM.. .11 N'K Hi, IxrTT*
i Fri.olon. At. i'
A frivolou Word, a -harp l
A porting in angry, haste:
The -un that rose on .1 bower of Miss,
i he loving look and a lender kis-.
I la- sel on a barren wash 1 .
Where pilgrims tread with weary feel.
Path- destined never more 10 meet.
A frivolous word, a sharp retorl.
A moment ihat blots on! year. :
Two live- are wrecked on a stormy shore.
Where die billow, of passion surge and roar
To break iff a spray of tears
Tears shed a, blind lhe pair.
Drifting -eaward aud drowning there.
A frivolous word, a .harp retort,
\ Hash from a passing cloud.
Two hearts are scathed lo their uiino-i cow,
Are ashes and dust lot-evermore :
Two face- turned to lhe crowd,
Masked by- pride n ilh a life-long lie.
To hide flc -ear- of thai agony .
A frivolous vvonl. a sharp retort,
An arrow ai random sped,
If ha- cvi in twain lhe niy-lic lie
Thai bound two souls in harmony
Sweet hue lies bleeding or dead.
A poisoned shall wiih scarce an aim
Has done a mischief ssd as -ham.-.
A fi iyolous w„rd, a sharp colon,
Ala-: for ibe loves and lives
So little a cause has real aparl ;
1 earing He- fondest heart irom heart
As a whiiiw hid rends ami rives,
Never 10 1 idle again.
Hut live and die hi secret pain.
A frivolous word, a sharp retorl
Alas! that it should he »o !
The pellilaul speech, the careless loligue.
Have wrought more ovH and done more wrong.
Have brought to the world more woe
Thau all the armies age 10 age
Records on hlst'ry's blood-stained page.
TALKS WITH CORKESPONDEM S.
Man J. of t'nennta rehels against the
prevalent custom of wearing corsets; and
insists tbat "the human form divine"
t noetls no such adventitious aids to increase
its symmetry. -Mary is exactly right. The
most perfect female figure, that ofthe Venus
di Medici, never knew the compression of
corset*. I'ai-is milliners are skilled in iit
-1 ing the dress to the farm without the aid of
corsets, lining for stiffening delicate and '■
James If. asks us how be can acquire a
knowledge of the French language most
easily. Answer. —A careful and thorough
siiidy of Olletulorfs ,„• Mam-sea's Method
111 connection with the translation of "Tele
niachus' or Torinc' yvill give you an intro
duction tf> the language n __ a'gond knowl
edge of its gmwaMr. To write it with
accuracy you must bare some one thor
oughly conversant with French correct j-our
compositions. The pronunciation you can
not become proficient in without a"teacher.
I!ut you may learn to read the language
Willi no other aid than Ollendorl a diction
ary and books to translate. In learning to
speak ii ihe ear needs education, and it is ;
not uncommon to find good French scholars
who can understand that language only !
when addressed through the eye by writ
Mrs. M. J. Telford semis us the following (
recipe for malting salve for scalds and j
burns, which has been used in her family
and her father's for fifty years. Her father !
used it in a wide medical practice, and !
found it highly soothing in every case of
burn, its it very perfectly excludes the air, l
and yet is soft and yielding.
Ht hn-Sahvi-:.—Equal parts of beeswax j
and newly-churned fresh butter with a I
crumb of rosin. Simmer slowly till the I
moisture is out, and strain through a line j
clolh. This yy-ill keep for any number of j
years, and is convenient to apply Imme
diately. , Tbe tbllo'ving is an excellent salve
also 111 cases of abrasion of the skin, and
often in old sores : Itean leaves picked
yvhilc tender, and boiled in fresh lard for 1111
hour, taking cave not to allow the lard to ,
Mrs. 1.. 11. Mend, of Tennessee, wishes J
a cure for cockroaches. Powdered borax
scattered about their haunts will drive them, j
t'ostar's itat Exterminator spiead upon j
bread anil laitl iv jars and howls will at- j
tract them, and they can then be destroyed i
in quantities by scalding water.
Mrs. Jane Crosby wishes directions as I
10 the laying out of her flower-garden. If!
she will draw a ground plan of her house
and ground and send it to James Vick,
Kochester, X. V., he will give her full di
rections how to lay it out, and what (lowers
to plant in her soil.
Henry Rogers asks if we know anything
of the woven wire mattress. Answer.—
We have slept 0,11 one nearly two years,
and find it the plensantcst of beds, "giving
at half the price of a spring mattress equal j
comfort in winter and greater coolness in j
summer, — X. I*. Tribune,
The existence of wingless beetles in the !
Azores —tt group of islands about a thou
sand miles west of I'uiope, and separated
from it by a channel nearly fifteen thousand
feet deep—presents a dimcult problem to
ihe naturalist. As the Azores lie in 11 re
gion or storms from all points of the com
pass, and ns these storms are capable of
conveying to their shores forms of animal
and vegetable life, it is not surprising to
find that about ninety-four percent, ofthe
birds, butterflies, beetles, and plants of
these islands are identical yvith European
or American species. But these wingless
beetles, which are lbund nowhere else, ex- '
cipi in Madeira and the Canary Islands,
could not possibly have traveled from these
groups to the Azores, over six hundred
miles of water, in their present condition.
Entomologists have come to the conclusion
that in these islands beetles have a tenden
cy to become wingless, and that lis some
of them differ from their European allies 1
only in this respect, the change front winged
to wingless has taken place since the resi
dence of the species in the Azores. The
descendants no longer possess- the wings
which enabled their ancestors to emigrate
from Europe. Su says Mr. Wallace, iii the
Mr. It. B, Sbav,, yvho accompanied Mr.
Forsyth oa bis recent journey to Yarkanil,
in Western Asia, was at one time detached
from the rest of the parly ; anil he writes !
Sir Roderick Murchison, that in attempting 1
io descend one of the valleys in the region j
through which they passed, he and hi.-com- !,
panious suffered fearfully, in struggling for 1
three days through the broken Ice of a for-1 r
rant, at the bottom of a stupendous chasm, I
from which, in some places, the light of day
yv:is almost entirely excluded. The intense ''
colli of the elevated plateau which the pail y 1
crossed occasioned them terrible sullcrings, j J
.ilthoiegli tiny yycr.. very warmly dad. X
An elephant's tusk, curiously blackened ! -
and diseased, ami to which wvve attached j v
long rows ol aijg?, apparently those of an I c
insect, La- recently attracted some attention j "
Irom scientific men in England. The ole- *
pliant was .-.hot by ait army officer in Mala- I a
Isar. lioth tusks were in" die same condi- •'
lion. Xo one has, as yet, been able to
give any information concerning the para
site, except a writer if) the Field, who say-s
that the diseased tusks are not uncommon, i
but lhat lln-y occur only in the female oh-, 1
pliant. ! V
_\_\Xv notice that a paper published in lhe ta
county o. Antrim, Ireland, the Lane Re*
;n„/,r, mentions as remarkable, the fact I
ih.ii there i- a pair of geese in the neighbor- _i
Insifl thirty-three years old. Mr. 1-ankc-i.cr, "'
liowever, in iii.- able e.-.-ny oit longevity. '.'
puis the age of the goose at one hundred lii
11:11- ; ami he qootaa l_>nl Uncoil as saying
thai "the goose also may pa-.- among the I
long livers, especially the wild gansef
whereupon this proverb grew among the
Germans: "older than a wudgooee."'
A fost.il jaw-bone and somo skulls ol hu
nch -o antiquity, found in lhe eastern part
ol Cuba some years i)"n, havo been the sub
ject of inquiry and deliberation by a com
mittee of scientific men in Spain, whp have
just issued their report al Madrid, (<> ll c
effect that the jnyv-hone is undoubtedly- htt
innn. Only one member of the commission
dissented, and his rca-on WM that the jaw
lioiie was found in a position which Would
argue far greater antiquity in the human
race than he was prepared to concede.
"The Landfall of Columbus'' is the some
what peculiar title of a paper lately read
before the Geographical Society, in which
the author endeavors to .-bow, by means of
a careful comparison between an Admiralty
chart atul the diary of the great discoverer,
that the first land which Columbus saw and
set foot upon when he discovered America,
waa what is now known as Walling'- Island
in the Bahamas.
Scientific note- from _0W Zetland by the
latest mails contain tin account of a ivnn
ilii-fullv brilliant meteor -ecu in that conn
try in January last ; we would have said
last winter, but January is a summer ne mlh
in new Zealand. Its light resembled that
piren out by burning magnesium wire, but
it emitted red sparks. It completely eclipsed
the light of the moon, which was shining
brightly at the time.
Tobacco grown in a cold climate is strong
er than that grown in a mild one, and a
similar statement is iron with regard to
celery. So it appears from an article in the
Journal of the Pharmaceutical society,
where it is maiutaini-d ihat in the less
vigorous vegetation of cold climates, as
compared with that of warm regions, the
active principles of plants are more concen
trated iv the leaves.
Delirium tremens has been very success
fully treated in Germany with hydrate oi
chloral, in doses even so lai-tre as one hun
dred and twenty grains. It will bo remem
bered that a few weeks ago a young gentle
man in Brooklyn accidentally killed Mraseli
by an overdose of this comparatively new
medicine. It should never be taken "except
miller the direction of a skilled physician.
A magnificent series of sponges from
South Africa, most of which are likely to
prove new to science, have just been added
to the zoological collection of the British
Coal made from sea-weed is said to be a
powerful disinfecting agent.
A new and somplete American edition of
the works of John Ituskin is to appear at
an early day.
The Illinois Eegislalure has passed the
South and North Chicago Park bills.
What all the city clocks say to each
other—"Strike, but "hear me."
French "tint" houses are becoming nu»
nierous in New York and Brooklyn.
At Now Market, N". If., .'!,000,000 yards'
of cotton cloth have been woven in the
past six months.
The new depot in St. Louis will be one of
the largest buildings anywhere erected for
the uses of trade.
Peaches have appeared in Boston market.
They came from Georgia, 011 the (lilt—and
by this time they have disappeared.
-Jell. Davis, though a poor ninn, fulfills
liis declaration that he would accept noth
ing. He doe- not even "accept the situa
Canker worms have appeared in the
groves anil orchards iv the vicinity of Bos
ton, Taunton. North liriilgeyvater, I'uyv
tticket and otlier'place- in Noyv England.
Itnproceiuent. —Justice White, has im
proved the appearance of his court room,
anil at the same time added to his own com
fort, by purchasing a new chair, The im
provement is an unimportant one, but the
comforts of the place are so few to himself,
or any ono else, that yve are glad to see the
addition of even one.
The corps of engineers engaged in making
surveys for Uie Jlockpurt and Loogootec
road, last week, took up a subscription for
a monument to President Lincoln's mother,
whose grave, unmarked by any stone, is not
far from the line of the railway.
The Long Islanders and the Jerscymen
are engaged in an oyster war. the Jersey
man having encroached on the Jamaica oys
ter beds. So far no blood has been shed,
hut it was the fault ofthe Jerscymen, who
would not wait for the formidable army of
Long Islanders, but ran away.
The Galveston Kevts, learning that San
Francisco intends to present the President
ivith a palace sleeping car, pertinently asks,
■' What will he do with it V" anil suggests
hat he be also presented yy ilh a railway on
.vliicli to run it,
BY VIRTUE or A DECREE or THE DlS
uict f \lllrt 01 the lulled states tor Hie East.
•ru Districi. of Virginia, 1 shall, on
iVEPNESUAY, THE urn DAY OF JULY, 1571,
it Mosi-itiaiord, in lhe eounly of Charlotte, sell
>y auction, 10 the highest Udder, tliiu
VALUAHLE TRACT 01' LAKH.
.elouis'iiifr to fain j. (.nines, Ksq., containing
iliout Tyvo Hundred anil Twenty Acres and
-itualed in the neighborhood of' Mossfogford
lepot, and about lour miles from the li. k D. 1!.
2. aad adjoining the lands of Thomas Jackson,
lohn Daniel and others, and has on it. a dwelling
louse and all the necessary oat-bouses.
The land Is in 11 good neighborhood, is well
iniliei-cd and is 1 eiy I. Lille :u, I productive, and
s sold free from itil liens and other micßuv
TERMS—Oiic-ihinl cash; balance in one and
yyo years equal Instalments, purchaser giving
lands with approved security; title retained lill
Hirehfise money is paid.
A. H. I'AIIIS,
Je 17-.2a.wßw .Assignee of Cain J, Games,
[\ Till: Ills lit If 1 ( ol itf OF THE I \I
TKD STATES for tlie Eastern District of fit
Iti the matterof Brtutea] .v f'oitrell is, Arnald
1 Fluke, bankrupts—ln bankruptcy.
V titeru District tf VU'glndn, st:
Notice is hereby riven thai a final meeting of
he creditors of said Arnold k l-'iske, bankrupts,
:>r the purpose of declaring a dividend yvill be
aid at Richmond, at th,- office of \V, W. Forbes
ogisterhi bankruptcy, In said district, on Friday,
Ite aiith day of June, is? 1. at 111 o'clock A. M., in
ccordanre with the provisions of the i'yyenty
■yenlh and Twenty-eighth seclions of lhe Hault
spicy Act, of March _|, isß7.
Dated al Bicbmond. ibi- 17th day of June, IS7I.
Vy'M. 11. ALLDEItDII'K,
,|e la— M-w Assignee.
NTHK OISTItIIT COURT Q_ THE I'M
ITKD STATKS lor ihe Eastern Districi of vir
lit the matter of Robert 11. Pnryear, bankrupt
To Whom It Ma) Concern—The undersigned,
in. II Allilerdice, of Richmond city,"vir
ion, hereby dives notice of his appoint
em a- assignee of the estate of Robert 11
nrycar, of Mecklenburg county, in said district
bo was, on the Bth day of May, 1671, ailjuil |
bankrupt 011 his own petition by ibe i)is tr j..|
sari of -iti.l district.
llaicd liichmoiul, June's i.-ri.
;\Vil 11. ALLDKKDIi K.
je in—>l:lyy Assignee.
\ thi: district court or the < xv
TED Si'ATI.S for lhe liasierii District of
In the matter of UtWfij Reatiold. bankrupt— !
To Whom II May Concern—The ilndeivigned, j
in. 11. Allderdice of Kiclnii 1 ciiy. anil Win.
Lat.ine, of l's.-ex coiiiuv. Virginia, herein .
re notice of ilieir anpolntmoul :,. assignees of '
s estate of Otvray Keunokls, ~i k.-sc\ county, i
said ilisiri, 1, y, ho was, on Hie i.ih ,hiv of l\la'y, ,
1)., li-71. adjudged a bankrupt on his owu lietl .
•n by the Wstricl 1 ',11111 of said district.
Hated Richmond, June » ls7l.
WM 11. ALLDIUiDICK. .'
WM L LATA INK, ,
■ la— tarn Assignee.
1 day of June, 1871, v warrant In hsnkruptcy
ited against tl state of .les.se.l Porter,
ol (."in a county, and stale oi Virginia]
v. ho hiwi bi-en adjudged a bankrupt on le
ii : lhat the pay meiit of any debts, .'ml die
delivery ..: any properly belonrin" losa.d
ltipt. to htm or for his use, and lhe transfer ol
am property by him, are forbidden by law : that
' ) Hug ol ihe creditor, of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts nnd choose one or more n
"s of In- estate, will lie held al a court of bank
ruptcy, to he holden at Richmond, before W
\y . Forties, Esq., Register, on tho isih day- ol
I ..'•. I-, I. ai In o clock A. M.
:>l--v r. s, Marshal.
•pHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on fllr Oil.
I day of June, 1871,« warrant in bankruptcy
v is issued against the estate of Brnnch.l . .
i illy, ol Nottoway county, and State of Virglnl i
via. ha-been f_ynclg.fi a bankrnpt on his ova
petition : thai the payment of any debts, and lhe
delivery of any property- belonging to said bank
rupt, to Mm or far his us,., ~|,„| ,i„, iransfsrof
property by liitn are forbidden by law ; that
a naeellngol ihe creditors of said bankrupt, to
provetlretr debt-, and choose one or mon
Ign <>i 10- estate, will he Held ni a conrt of
bankruptcy, to he holden at Kiebmond, before
yv. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 28th d.i, o
.1 1871, fit lilo clock A. IM.
i' '-> B» l". S. Marshal
rpilis IS IO (JIVE NOTICE—That ou the
1 7th day of June, isri. a warrant in bankrupt
cy waa Issued against the esiate of Edward A.
Perry, of Norfolk county, attd Stale of Virginia,
yvi'ohas i n adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition : that the payment tit any- debt., and the
I delivery of any property belonging to said bank*
i nipt, to him or Hit- his use, and the transfer of
any properly by him are forbidden bylaw; thai
a meeting of the creditors of ihe said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, and choose one or more as
signee of his estate, will be held nt a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at the Custom-House al
Norfolk, Va., before Benjamin li. Foster, Esq.,
KeglstfT, ou lhe _M day ol June, 1871, al Is
je ti—Piyy Deputy Marshal as Meseoitgir.
rpiUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—Thnt on the 6th
L day of June, 1871, a warranl in bankruptcy
was issued against lhe estate of P. li. Winirll.-l.i.
of Franklin county, and State of Virginia, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own iw-ti
• tion; lhat lhe paymi-nl of any debis,*au,i ihe.l.-
li\er.y of any properly belonging lo sail bank
ritpl. lo hltu or for his itse, and the transfer "1
' afi.v properly by him are forbidden hy law: that
a mcilng of lhe creditors of said bankrupt, lo
prove their debts, and choose one or more a-sigu
ee- of his esiate, will he held ai a courl of bank
ruptcy to lie holden nt lhe Register's oflice nt
Danville, Virginia, before .lohu F Cobbs, Esq.,
Register, on lhe .-.lh day of .Inly, 1871, fit 111
je ',)— i-'-iyy for A. S. (VItAY, I. S. Marshal.
rpHIS IS TO OTVE NOTICE. That on the
1 18th day of June, 1871, a warranl In bank
ruptcy was Issued against tne estate of Joshua
Preyvefi, of Rocky Gap, Bland county, and State
of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
| ou hi. own petition; that the payment of any
dehls, and the delivery of any property belonging
to said bankrupt, to hini or for hia use, and lhe
transfer of any properly by him, are forbidden by
law j lhai a meeting of lhe credilors ol said bank
nipt, 1,, prove their debts ami choose one or- in.ire
assignees of his estate, will beheld at a court of
; bankruptcy, to he holden at' Abingdon, Virginia,
Js-fore 11. i. Gibbon., Esq.. Register, ou the :ioth
day of June, 1871, at H) o'clock, A. M.
Deputy V. S. Marshal
jel7—S2w for A. S. Gray, U. S. Marshal.
TN THE DIS'i'IUCT ft'OlRT OE TIIE I'NI
! _ TED STATES for the lic-tem Dislrict of
lv ihe matter of William P. Crbwder, bankrupt
To 'Whom it' May Concern—Tlie underslgni .1.
William H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment aa assignee
j of the estate of W. P. Crowder, of Goochland
connty, in said districi, who was, on ihe 41h day
of May. 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition by lite district court of said districi.
Dated al Richmond, .rune If, is?]
'. 7 > THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE
1 I'MTEDSTATES for lhe Eastern Districtof
In the matterof Thomas <;. Waldrop. bank
To Whom ii May I'oiic-rfi:—Tin* undersigned
William 11, AlUi-fike of liichnioiid. f'ifv. Vir
ginia, hereby gives notice of Ins lUipomUUciu
assignee of ihe estate of Thomas (J, Waldrop,
Louisa county, in said dislrict, who was, on t
-•ah day of April, A. I)., 1.571, adjudged a hat
rupt on his own petition by the District conn
Dated Richmond, May 22, 1871.
I,'*).'.rAM If AeLDERDICE. Assignee.
TN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OE THE UN
JL TED STATES for lhe eastern dislrict of V
lv the mailer of Joseph liroitnlcv, bankrupt
• in bankniiitcy.
To whom it may concern.—The undersiu.ii
i William 11, Allderdice, of Richmond City. V
giuia, hereby iiives not ice of his appointment
assignee of the estate of Joseph lh-otmley, o
Kin-: and f.uneii eounly, iv said distiict, yvi
v '- ihe -.Md day of May, A. D., 1871, adjud
ed a bankrupt on his own petition by tie- Di-ni
; Court of" said district.
Dated Richmoud, Va., June 15, IMI.
WIEEIAM 11. ALDERDICE, Assignee
j je hi—M.'iyv
! TN THE DISTRICT COURT OE TUE UNI-
I 1 TED STATES for the Western District of
! >. uginia.
In lhe mailer oi Isaac Muaselm_i, bankrapt
I To Whom "it May Concern—The tmdoHdgnO
; Frederick \V. Untce, of Sperryville. Yirgini
hereby gives uoiice of Ids appointment as a
-I- If H slaleol' boac Mllssehullll, 111 sa
di-lrii I. who yvas, on Ihe — day of ,1871, ai
judged ft bankrupt on his own petition In' the
District Court of said district.
Datedßperryvllla Vn., May 26, 1671.
T N THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE I \
L TED STATES for the Western District i
Iv the mat fer of Holton L. Mttncy, bankrupt —
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned.
Win. Page, of Abjgitdon Washington countj
\ nciuia, hereby givea notice of id. iipuotntmei
ai assignee ol lhe estaie o|" Holton L, Muncy, of
Bland oonnty, in said district, who was, on' the
13thday of April, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt o
Ins ovv v pelition by the District Court of said dis-
Dated Abingdon, Va., Juneß. 1i.71
joti—TuSw (A) WM. PAGE, Assignee.
I N THE DIM'Ulf T <(Ml. T QF THK I Nl
1 TED STATES for the District of Vli*f>rila
In tne matter of li. R. Donthat, bankrupt—l
To whom il May Concern—Tho undertdgnoi
.lolm Paul, of Rockingham county . Va.. here!,
-ii-s n,,ii,eof his appoiniiiieni as tifsalgnee of th
■ -laic of 1!. It. Doulhal, of Ro.kinghaiu oonnty
hi -aid district, who was, on the 3d day of F.-l
ruary, is?!, adjudged a bipikrupi op Ulj own pel
Hon by the Districi uf said district
Plied .Il ;,, IS7I. *
¥.N THE OISTRICT COURT OF JHE
In tho matter of Samuel 11. Tuna, bankrupt—
To whom it May Concern:— The undersigned
W. G. Hanks, of Danville, i'itis.yivania, county
\ Irginla, hereby gives tiolice of tils appohilmeii
aa assignee Qf the estate pf Samuel li Tune ~
Halifax county, i„ sajd district, who was, on lh
llsl day of August, A, D„ lsiiS, adjudged i
banln-upl on his own petition hy the District
Dated Danville, Va-Jtme 18th, IS7I.
WILJa. G. BANKS. Assignee,
je la -Th.-lw
IN THE DISTIUCT I OI 111 OF TIIE UNI
TED STATES for the District of Virginia
It. the matter of Samuel Walround, bankrupt—
To whom It May Concern—The undendgned,
J. E. Wharton, of Bedford connty, Virginia
hereby gives notice of his api.oiniiin.nl as as
sigitee ol the i state of Samuel Walround, of Red
lord eounly, in said district, who was, outheltOtl
day ol April, IS7I. adjudged a bankrupt on In
oyvu pel ii ion by lire District Courl of said districi
Dated Liberty. Va., Juue ..ih. 1871
je 7—W.'i.v J. E. WHARTON, Assignee
IN TIIE DISTRICT COl UT OE THE I M
TED STATES for ihe Districi of Virginia,
In the matter of Win. P. Pool, bankrupt-in
Ity derive entered i„ ibis, mailer, on the
— day ol May, 1 was nppuited if special coup
sloner TO take an account of all liens subsis'iiug
Upon the reality surrendered by ihe said bank
rupt nl Ihe ti|uc his peiiiion In bankruptcy was
Hied, wilh lhe priorities thereof
All per.-ou> conceriie.l are hereby notified thai
[have appointed ill I TisllAV, il'n- -J„i!, day ,v
Jul}, 1871, as the lime, and the storediousc ol
Hobeii y, Overby. in Mi-ckleul.urg county, as the
pla.e. lor taking the said account, in v, lii.i. lime
and place they are required lo intend, with all
paper.. kc, nee.-.-arv lo Ihe full and per* ct ej
ecnlioil of Ihis decree.
• Given under un band I his 7Hi day of .I
MR. W. H. H.UfKslf \i.i.
jcw-lavvf.v Special Cpmmlssloner
i irtue of Uie proy • fourth arti
cle of the ireatvbcuvc.n lhe United States "f
Vmerlca nnd the Kansas tribe of l nilia us. con,ln
I Oclobei .-., I ss.-,!) landed by the Senate June
i procl limed 1.,. lh • Pre iibnt Nov ni
i • • ),, l-:'f, ai et acting under ihe direclioa oi the
• tar.y "I lid) lnbri >r, 1 tier by In- i
p.-.pn al. for ihe purcba - of all lhe land
. [nailer described, v, wii.
DESCSIFjftdN OF LANDS.
KANSAS this in ):sa,-.
Lois ,1 mid ti NW U, SW": Beo. _, Lots T and
s NKU, Lot.- a and cNy. v an,l s Sec 2.1 !...!
■' anil s NEH, l.m- .1 an,l,; NWH an.l S! i Set i I
Lets 7 and 8 NKU, Lots .'. ami ii NWUiiu.lsH
Sec. 2s. L.ns 7 and 8 Nl-'.'... I .1 and 8 NWH
and S'.. Sec. 29, Lots Is. and 111 NX .. L...
. and 22 NiVU ami SEH, an.l L. .is 2.1 and 24, -.a aud
■20, and 27 and 88 SWH Seo. SS. Whole of Sec
i lions 111, a-;, a.l, Hi find 3/1, W" Sec, SS All in low n
I li. Rmige 8,
Lot a NEH, Lot v NWH and SH See. 23 Lot
3 NEH, Lot .i NW", ami SH Sec. _;. Loi., NEH
Lot ti N W-- a,i.! 8! ■ Sec, 27. Lei a NK 1 .,, Lot «
29. Lot 6 NEU-Lots v find 7 NWH and SH Sec
- WH NKU and NWH lii. Sec. 81. N\N v s
,i. Wholeol sections Sri'and39. All in' Town!
Lot .-. NX',. an.l Loi. .1 NWU Sec. SB. I.
Lot NWH and SH Sec' 27. Lot ,i NEH.iut
6 NWH atul SH See. _.i. i..,i ,-, NEH Lei « NWU
amis'. Sec. is. Lot. 0 NKU Lot fi iM\", ami SS
sec. ,-.n. Lot .-> NEH, I."is ii ami 7 NWU and SH
fri. Sec. SS. Whole of section, al, B*. .-.Sand'n
NH and sW'i See. 3.1. sl-'.U sec. :'.;: All iv
Town 11. Hongs 19.
Lot 6, Loi a si-;'., and SWH BM. 119. Lot v N
EH, Lot 6 NWH amis', sec. 38, Wholeol s«>
AH lit Town 11. Range 11.
EH Lot I ami Lot '1 NEH anil i\ W !, iii. ami s
V. a SEH Sec. 1. Whole of seclions 2, S, 4 Oflda
NEH Lots IS, 11, la. m, n and Is NWU, NWH
! and';.-, SWH Seclion ti. yy '■■■ NEH,' Lets 11 18,
21 and 22 Section 7. N''i, SKUand EU SWU
Seclions. Whole of Section I). N's SKU NEH
SWU. WH SWH Sci. 111. Whole of Seclion 11
NWH, EH SEH and NWH SWH Sec 18 r
I NKU SWH, SH SWU Seclion !;;. NWU Sec 14
| NEH, and WH NWH Seclion i.v Whole of Sec-
SW".i Section'l7. Wholcof Section 18. Lois 14
i:: and 11, find N'.SK'i Section 19. NEU. WU
NWU anil EU SI.H Seclion 28. Whole ol Sec
SEH, and EH SWH Section 23. Whole ol Met*
I NH, N '■> SKky ami SW _ Section 28 ' N '■: Nffii!
• •i Seclion 2K EH NEH Section 2!'. Lots 11 and
111 NWU and Lots 2s and 21 SWH Section 80
Whole of Section 81. SH NWH, NWH SEH, SH
si-;', andsW", Section S2. N!. NKU SKU NI.U
ami NEH NWH Section 38. WH NWH and
and NH NW'H.SEH NWU and NWH sKU.su
Whole of seclions 1, 2,3 and 4. si;U, and NEH
SWU'Sec. 6. EU* ami SH Lois 1 and 2 NWH,
find SWU Sec. 7. Whole of sections of 8, 8 10,
11, 12, 13, H, 18 10, 17, IS, 19, 28, 21, 22, 23, 24, 2.1,
j 2d, 27 and 28. NH, SKU and NKU SW',, SH
SO, WH Sec. 81. Whole Of Sections 92, 3.1. ::i an.l
; NKU, NW _ and NH SWH Sec. 17. Whole ol
Section 18. WH NEH, NH SK', and WH Sec. 18,
SEH NEH and SEH Sec 20. Whole of Secttnnl
WU NKU and NWU Sec. 8.1. NKU'find S l '-
Sec. so, all in Town 11, Range, 10.
Lot ii NKU and Lots 7 ami sand S., NWH and
Lot a SKH nwt «W W Sec. n. Whole o'l' Seel loin
j 8 and 7. Lot ."., WH, and Loi ti SEH Sec. 8. Loi
of Sections is and ie. Loi .1 NEH, WH, and Loi
Sec. 19. Whole of Sections 30 and 31. Lot C
I NEH, WH, and Lot 8 SEH Sec. 32, all In Town
18. U. 18, t* and tt NWH and SEH, and Lot* *%
Hi, 17 ami 18NWH and Lots 19,40,21 and 22 syvu
Whole of Section' 9. SWH NEH and klf'.
\y iiole..i W001„.,:.> pi, ,y and i... NHNEH.LoI
i • NKU and Lots 13, 11, IS, 18, 17 and 18 NWH
j NWH fee. 2.1. NH NWU, Lo! *2 NWH Sec. 21'
and Lot 2 NWU Sec. 23. All 1_ Township 18,
See.l. Whole of Sections 2,3, 4and 0 ' W l '
Sec. 6. S'-i Lots 1 and 2 SWU Sec. 7. Wholeol
Sections s, a, 10 and 11. WH NW _ Sec. 12. EH
Sec, 2L NH NEH, Lot] NEH and NH NWH,
I NWU find Lot 2 NWU' See. 23. ' NEU NEH,' S. .
I Wholeof Section 1, ii'iuiil EH Lot 11
I NEH ana SEH See. 2. WH Lots land 2 NE'i
and WH Sec, 3. Whole of Seclions 4 and .1. E'- '
EH Lots 1 and 2 NWU and Lot 1 SWH Sec «'
Eli, Lot 1 NWH ami SWH Sec. 7. Whole oi
yvi,..!,'of Seclion 18, Loi- j finduNEH find Lot J
an.l Lota SK 1 , Sec. 20. Whole ol Seel"ions 21. h,
• Lots 7 and s NEH, Lois!) and It) anils'... NW"..
I Sectionsßanil 7. Lots .1 and 0 NK'. w v and
; Lois 7 and 5 SKU Sec. 17. Whole of Seclions |s
s Sec. 28, Lois .land li, NWU, lintl Lots 7 ami s
Wlioipdrsiictlohs l, 2: f'nui 3 NEH, si-",. a:.,i
>l;-'a Sec. s. Whole of Sections'li. Wand' ]'i. '.v ,
of. sections 14, IS aiullo.EH NEH, Lot] NEH,
22 ami 23 NWU N KU,'s"' NEH.NWH isWli
Section ai. NH and SWU See. 2.1. Whole
, 3cciii.ii _.f. NEH, ami NH and SWH Sec
1 Whole of section Lfi. NEU, and NKU NW
See. 27. EH NE'i, EH SEH, Lot 2 SEH Bee
I NKU NKU Sec. :::). All in Town, 17, Range IS
1 Lots a and 8 NEH, Lotto, 7 and 8, NWH Lo
18and 11 SK', and Lot 12 SW"., See. v. EH L
I mill 2 NEU and EH SEH Scc.fi. EH NE! S
1 01- r. ai.;t __ A.-::,, nu"... Lots 1 and B si
and SWH Sec, 8, Lots j and 0 NEU, NW
Lots 7 aud 8 SEH and KH SWU Sec 17 SW
Sec lii. Lois/, and ti NKU, NH NWU and Li
7 and 8 SEH Sec. 2a. Lois .1 and 0 NEH a
Lots 7 and 8 SEH Sec. 29. WH NKU and NW
sec. 38. Lois ,1 and 8 NKU Sec. 32. All iv Toy.
17. Bangs 11.
Lot is. NWU Sec.:.. in Town, is. Range 11
i.•1.- S 'v.is |i|.v,:,-|,ii,,u iji.5,.,., ~,.,,-,■.
Lot 20 NI-' 1 1. Lots 21. 22, and ft) NWU. SUE
■ fflfil Lots 24, 2.1, Lfi, 27, 2S and 29 SWU Sec 1
Loi 4 NKU. Loi 3N W U and S' Sec. 20. J.o
NKU, Loi 3 NWU and SU S.-c 21 Lot 4 NEI
Lot 3 NWH aud SH See. 22. Loi 4 NEH Lo
NWU Sec. 23. Loi 1 NEU, Lot 3NW H Sec.
Wholeol Sections 27, 2s, 2f), NKU Lots 13, n.
SW'i Sec. 31. Whole of Sections 32, 33and 31
32. All iii Toy. n, Hi, Range 10.
Whole of Sections 8, 4 and .1. Lois is, 14 ami "I
NKU, Lois 18, Hi, 17, 18, la aud So NWH st
and Lois 22. 33,24, 2.1, 20 and 27 SI
NKU, Lois. 111, 14, ].-,, pi, 17 ami 18 NWU, SKU
Lots ID. 211, 21.-22, 23 and 21 SW", See. 7 Whole
of Sections 6, 9, HI, 13, 11, IS, 10, 17, NKU. Lois I.:
It. 1.1. 111, 17 fti.d Is N\v-u, SEH, Lots 19 -11 "1
22, 2:1, 21 SWH See. is. NEH, Lots IS, 14, i.i, pi'
17. is, NWH, SK 1 . Lots 1", 20, 81, 92, 23 24 SWU
Sec. 111. Whole of Sections 20, 91, tt, 23 24 2,1 a:
,2»NEU. Lois 13, 14,14,18,17, 18 NW)
SKU. Lots li), 20, 21,22,23.21 SWU Seen,.!, ....
NE .. 1.., - 13, li, 1.1, in, 17, is NWU. SE!
1a.20,21, 22, 23, 24 SWU Seclion 31. Whole of
1.- 32. 3.1. 31, 31, 38. All ill T..y. n 17.
Whole of Sections 10, 17, is, 13, 211 "I 2
2i. ::ii, 31, 32. 33, lv. All iii Town. 17. Range 9
Loi li NKU. Loi .". SKU Sec. f. Lot. J" *
Lot ISK 1 , Sec .. Loi l Niu,,, Lot 3 SEU Sec'
17 Lot 4 NKU. Loi 3 SKU Sec. 20. Lot4NKU
Lot 3 SEH Sec. 29. Lot 4 NKU, Lot:s SE' ■
i-'. All iv Town. 17. Range in.
Lot II and NH NKU. Loi 4 and N!«j NW
i Lot 3 amINH NEH, Loi 4 and NU NW
' Lot.'lamlNH NK'.-.Loi lamlN' \v.
Loi ilamlN".. NKU. Lot 1 an.l
Bf ' Loi 8 nnd NH NKU, Loti and N'U
Lot 31 ami NH \'!-u.. Lot« 84 2.1
tt. 29, 8»NW! Sec il. All in Town. Is li.-.
Lot .Itunl NU NEU, Loi tl and NH .NW
I 1...1 i 5 an.l Nl NEU, I.'.i fi and N". •
■s. ■ 2 Lot a ami N NE Li i Uan.lNH NWH
See. 3. LetBondNHNEH LotOandNU VV
Lot i, auiiN 1 -.. NEH,Lots ;, 8, a lONWU
Ail In Town. 18, Range 9.
Lot .1 NEU, Lois 0 and 7 NWU Sec. .1 Lois 3 ,
and 4 NEU, Lots 5 and 8 NWU "Sec fi All in
Town. 18, Range 10.
Such proposals ~,,, 1 i«- niade for parcel. „r
1. acts not exceeding in any case one hundred anil 1
silt,/acres each. Sin mid any proposal be for any ' I
v 1 bay me ~,„„, ~ iniproycinents of any kind '1
hi. h were made by or for the Indians or for !
tunent purposes, the proposals therefor
llltwl state the price hid for lhe land and for the 1
cipro, "incuts separately. j 1
These lands comprise lhe unsold iwition of '
what are known ac the Kansas Indian Trust •<'
• amis, and al-,, all lhat portion of tbe Kansas I
Indian Diminished Reservation lying outside of 1*
Un-cMerior boundary line of ih,. lands assigned v
In severally to member, ofthe tribe under the I
pro) i-ion of the aforesaid treaty. c
All bid- must be accompanied by the depositor < 1
n sum equal 10 ten per centum of the amount of c
each bid. which sum, In case the land is awarded
and balance no. paid, will he forfeited by the bid- | a
I der Should any bid be rejected tbe sum depose '
led will be relumed to the proper party. . f
Patents yvill be Issued and transmitted to por- <l
chasers as soon after foil payments* practicable '
cnts must be made in cash, or such con ill- I
i Indebtedness of tbe Kansas tribe of In
dians issued by the Commissioner of Indian Af
ralrs for the debts of said Indians, as are made
i •. E.i able tv cash by the provisions of the amen- ;
ilcl second (2d) article of Ihe treaty of March IS
1862, lo the amount for which they were Issued,
in payment lor land, that may be purchased out
•1 dial portion of said Reservation oomiuonlv i
known as '■Trust Lands." '
..,_ ll .*-*_" *".''cbftscd from lhat jKirtion of the i
Diminished Reservation" herein ottered for sale i
must be paid for in cash. The right to reject any
and all huts is expressly reserved. (
All bids must be sealed aud addressed lo lhe 1
( ',","". "",' 1 "' r of Indian AiTalrs, and Indaned ',
Bids tor Kansas Indian Truet Lands," or "Bids ! ,
I.>r Kansas Ditninislied Kcserye Lands "as the
case may be.
Persons or panics whose bids are accepted will
be unimcd ol such acceptance as soon thereafter
a 1 practicable.
If-within forty days alter such notice has been
Only mailed payment in full is not made to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs ofthe amount
bid. the land for which such bid was made will
be again subject to sale.
Deposits io accompany bids may be made In
any public depository of the United States or sol
vent National Hank, evidenced by a certificate of
deposit iransferred to E. S. Parker, Commissioner
ol Indian Alfairs,Washington, I). (1
Bids will be received until the 2.lth day of July
next, after which, as soon as practicable/they- will
be opened, examined and acted open
H. R. CLUM,
~. Acting Commissioner.
W ABitiauiox, 1). C, Way 18,1571. jeß—tJ'Al
SMALL FARMS FOR SALE.
KiUAR .IINIi I Ol Mil V SKATS FOR SALE
lT GUNSTON HALL, CIN THE POTOMAC.
TWENTY MILES UELOW WASHINGTON
AMI FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON,
FACILITIES FOR J
ON SUNNYSITII. BAY.
: FIIYW WATER, T1MI1E1!. (Hi A ZING LANDS ' '
HIGH, ROLLINCr, HEALTHY
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT ANH TRUCK.
i GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN,
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE
SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUN
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES
AND RAILROAD IN HEAR '
INT) HOIK FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL.
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE.
We want otte hundred first-class families, In
lus'rioiis, temperate anil enterprising. Noipi".-
lions tisked tibout religion or politics.
You can raise every variety of Fruit, Grass and 1
Facilities for dairying excellent. 1,
Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained :
Direct ami rapid shipment of all products North i
iv rail or water.
No una need (bar excess heat or cool nights:
for tlv»h liiee_es come np the liny and teinis-r ihe
To persons of intellectual tastes, the near vi- 1
ciuin of lhe National Capiinl is of inesliinable
value, ii is near enough lo Washington to allow
; one to flo business Ihere and be hotne at tlffdtt : '
. or. in winter lo reside 01 the city audliaye ihe '
luxuries of a faria home.
We urge our Northern friends 1101 logo Vy est,
nor far into the South te live in the wilderness, I
, till (hey have seen our ho:uitif,d region of the
I pp.-l Potomac.
; 001110 and see its here lo Virginia. Here you
v, ill lind true hearts ready to welcome you. So
il.'ly oi-eanized with Churches, Schools, Horti- !
! cultural ami Agricidinrnl Societies, Nurseries of
j runic irons ami beautiful cultivated farms. Here
j you will Und the cheapest land on this continent,
r.-.al yy Inch is sure to increase rapidly in value.—
Northern men of means are coming in raj_dy.
Lands from ss-Jn io BM per acta-, of excellent
ipinlily to Improve, can lie bought "on long time.
Farms can-he reined by those who wish to stay
a while to try tbe climate.
. " ,
'•VIAII. JIUHNAL • OFFICE,
I'l'li", KNOX _ KIRBY,
Real Estate Agent-,
*P 1- 'I Alexfiudria, Vn
V '• •■ 1 > I
WATcII E s -
li y-.'.v 1(. R. Co., (irxi, Sre'rs Officii, ,
Ai.'fooNA, January 10, fs7u. >
T. M, Avi.,;v, 1;..,.,
Pros t National Walch Co., Cliicago:
Detnr Sir,— This Company has purchased ami
pm in the hands of in engine-men, eighty "Ray
mond movements, which have given excellent 1
satisfaction, and proved lo be very reliable litne
' In addition to these, quite a number ..1 '
E L Q I N W ATI' 11 E S
",vli;r-e.i byodicer- and employees oi
lids Company, all of whom have been well
• I wiilt Hie efficiency ami regularity of lhe
movements manufactured by lhe National Walch !
' Ke-pecl.l.Uy ,
I'.HWARD 11, WILLIAMS,
I v '..11 on jour Jeweler and a-k 10 sec ihe !
El in Watches
limbless Office and Salesroom National W'au Ii
I*l ami lill Lake Street, fin.
_ ASSIGNEE SALES.
A "vSK.>KKS SALKOI
VALUABLE LOTS AT f'Al'l'y HOOSIC IN ,
THE <'f IUNTV OFj ILI H i 'IISTEI i
_,___ '" "' »» order of W. W. Forbes, Esq.,
Register Hii Bankruptcy, I :-hall as nssig ~|
Josniia L. Gairet, bankrupt, sell at public
tioti al Gloucester Court house, on
MONDAY, THE .In DAY OF JULY, 1871,
commencing at 12 o'clock, M, all lhe RIGHT
111 LE find INTEREST of Ihe said bankrupl In
three lofs at Oappahooele, in lhe county of (Hon
c-i'sler, lree from all liens aud encumbrances.—
The nrst of these lots, which contain* fwo (2)
acres, fronts ujhui tlie main road leading to lhe
vvhati. and is particularly desirable (bra building
'ia two other lot., containing respectively
eight and ten acres, lion, npon and run back 1,,
iblic lanes, and are very desirable to per
figed in market gardening
ERMS—One-fourth cash; fhehalunce on six
id twelve months time. Purchaser to give
Hinds, with ample personal security, for ihe de
rred payments, with Interest thereon from the
ay of sale: title to be reiained by the assignee i
fftl the whole of ibe purchase money thai] have i
Assign ,r Joshua L. Garrett. Bankrupt
my 27— WtVtrWtV
By (frnlil.s tv VlTllljicmiaTAnctroiieers.
, SSIONEES'S SALKOI-'
VO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE AC R ES
OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF IIS )
SEX, VA., AT AUCTION.
[n accordfince wilh a decree of lhe Dislrict
ottrt of the United Slates, sinned by the Hon. <
lm C. UnderwoiKl. District. Judge, pronounced
i the 22.1 May, ls7l, I shall sell In front of the i
tool- ot the.Custom house, in the Ciiy of Ricli-
N SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY of
rwo hundred and forty-live acres of valuable
.and In lhe County of Essex, within four miles of
ie Rappahannock River. The land is well
.sided and watered—lhe neighborhood an excel
ut one, nnd the Land pioduciii.
TERMS—One-third cash; balance in six and
•elve months, with negotiable notes, interest
ded, tille retained until the whole of the pur
lase money is paid,
T. H. BROOKE.
Assignee of Paul Spindle.
~ SSIGNEE'S SALE OK \A_UAB__
J\. LANDS IN KING ANI) QUEEN CI IUNTT.
By virtue of an order of the Districi Court of i
.- United States for the District of Virginia
ade the 4lh day of April, IS7I, In the matter of
G. fVauntleroy, a bankrupt, I shall, as assignee
o said bankrupt, sell at public auction, In front '
King and queen Court-House, on
THURSDAY, THE I,lth JULY, ISTI,
mt being court-day) at 12 o'clock ML the fol
wmgßKAL ESTATE surrendered by Iho said
ukrupt, to wit:
One undivided sixth of lhe tract of land called
Farmers' Mount," which contains (lhe entire
rack) .12!) ACRES, an.l lies in King ami Queen
iinty. adjacent to tho Dunkirk Ferry property
the Mattaponl river In said county. The life
lr. Moore (4. Fanntleroy resided on this tract
Ms lire-time. This interest will be sold entire. '
he tract of hind called "Olenwood," separated '
rom lhe alaovedescribed tract by the piddle road ;
ding from Dttnkirk Ferry to Newtown, and ly- !
: only half amilefrom the Ferry. This tract con-
OS 702 acre.-, Is ihe present residence of Dr. S G
untloiiiy, nnil will be sold entire, or in parcels
may seem most desirable on the day of snle '
These lands are very desirable. Aiiv iiiforina
n respecting them will be furnished by I lie uti-
Irslgnetl, if applied by letter or otherwise
CKfiMs or Sam:—Cash, as to a sum sulllcient to
Irity lhe expense* of sate; as to the residue, uihui
mlit oi six. fifteen and twenty-four months
eqttal Instalments, the purchaser to execute
ids for the deferred payment., bearing Interest
six per cent, from lhe day of sale, the title to
retained until the purchase money Is paid in
1, with power to re-sell in ease any bond for
i-chase money shall not be paid ai maturity
.___., , •*• H. O JONES, Assign,'.,.,
•t,.Stephen-s Church, Va., May so, IS7I.
"ssit;.\EE'S sale OF .
iLUABLE REAL ESTATE, IN PATRICK
COUNTY, VA., AT AUCTION.
f.» \ nl no of a decree of the Uniled Stales Di
-•t Coi trt for Eas tern Dis I ric t of Virgin i;i, I \_ ill,
IN THURSDAY, 22d DAY OF JUNE, )s.i
I, as assignee of John Ttiggle, bankrupl on
•promises, where the bankrupl now resid's, v '
ACT of LAND, containing Hi.i acres, lying on
i waters of Bock Castle creek, and adjoining
lands of Ahram Iloiichins and other.
Hie siune time and place, a TRACT of MO J
es, lying ou the waters of Smith's river ad- "
ting the lands of Reuben Wright and others.
•TRACT of .ao acres, bring on ihe bead waters '
Rook Castle creek, adjoining the land- of Na
niel Harwell and others.
ERMS—One-third cash : balance in six and '
■Ive months, equal instalments, purchaser giv.
bonds, with approved security, for the de
-eil payments, aud title retained till whole of
-chase money is paid,
■!)— iaw-3yy ' " AsSnec
A Lacy, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HALIFAX
In obedience to a decree of Iho Districi Conn
ofthe United States for the Eastern districtof:
\ irgluLi, entered In the matter of Stephen D
Tucker, bankrupt, on tin- mh day of May Is-1
1 -ball, on ' .-■•■.
proceed to sell on tho premises at public uncium
the real estate surrendered by said bankrupt
the purchasers thereof at lhe former sale, buying
railed lv comply with the terms of sale. The
said real estate consists of two tracts—the one
formerly purchased by S. D. Tucker, find ou
which he now resides, containing 200 - ACRES
more or less,,on which there are valuable im
provements, including a good ■*—lllnghnaee
kilchen and necessary out-houses, v line arohnrd,
kc, kc,— lhe oilier, purchased at the termer
sal- by c. H. Walker, eouiaiiiiug :i;ff '■-. ACRES
more or less, on which there is a small settle
ment, two or three good tobacco barns, kc The
land lies along the waters of Lady Creek, aboul
ten miles irom Halifax, and three miles from
Mcudsville, and Is well adapted to lhe ctdliva
lionof wheat, corn, tobacco, ftc. The land will
lie sold free from all liens and encumbrances ex
cept the contingent rijj hi of dower of the bank-
CTERMS OF SALE-One-half purchase mou,-.
to lm paltl in cash, the balance on a credit of six
months, lhe purchaser giving bond wiih good a
ciirity, atul bearing interest from day of sale for
the deferred payment.
je in—lawsw ol'S. D, Tucker, Bunkn?|u.
By I 01. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
In lhe mailer of R. 11. MOSS k BROS.
By an order of the Districi Conn ofthe United
Mines tor the Districi of Virginia, consented lo
by all partfes Interested, [ shall, as assignee lor
Ihe above named bankrupts, «.,.|| ~, public an,--
Hon, to the highest bidder.
in ihe lown of Clarksville, Va., lice from all
■ "v \ l ml gwnmbroncae, a large amount of PEH
llorses. Mules and Catfle,
Household and Kilchen l-'urniture
Two (2) Steam Engines, with complete outfit: I
lobncco Factory Fixtures, in go.nl order suf
iicient lo work tat bands.
Tin- REAL ESTATE ooueUt of aboul fell
Aye vitluable Town and Wood Lots, In and near
lo the,town of Clarl.sviiio ; Two large Facto
rios (smoking and manufacturing, ; also "Kin- ;
deiion." one mile out of town, containing 300
acre- vi 1111 handsome Dwelling
TERMS—For al] personal property cash: for
real estate, one-fourth ofpnrofaase money ctuk
tlie iKilauci-payable in twelve montha, with in
terest ii-oin day of sale.
je 6—2ayy-id's of R. H. mJ-s 4 Bros,
H) loi, J, 3. Hill, Auctioneer.
* MBMHOM SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL I
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARK*
II) an order of lhe Dislrict ( 'ouii uf Iho United
Slates for the District Mt Virginia, 1 shall, ns tu,
slgneeol Chfinlb.-fiay in- .'■ Mies, expose for sale.
to the highesl Milder, at public auction, one ,-f
lie- best and largest DISTILLERIES In Virginia
with fixtures complete, free Irom all liens ami
euciiiiibrances, iv lhe tojvn of I narkaviUe, Va.,
ON THE l.lvi DAY OF SEPTEMBER, Is7l.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; lhe balance p*_
able, with inler.- I, lwelve months alter day of
N VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
A 1 'CTION.
In obedience 1,0 an order of tbe United States
■I District Ooart forfbe Kasteni Districtof Vinrinis
c- in the matterof H. A. Vaugban, bankrnot tl,,'
undersigned y.-iu, "* , " an ' """""P'- ""■
ON THE in. DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
P. commencing nt 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the
n t floor of the Court-Houso of said court, In the On .
i- . tom-Honae building in the city of Richmond, V a
- ! sell in public auction', lhe following valuable n»c
2) estate, viz: 7«2H ACRES of LAND In tho eounly
ie ol Lunenburg, and nbont IH miles from Meherrin
g : Depot, on the R. an.l I) railroad. The Improve.
y : menis in the way of buildings npon this laud are
i) ; handsome, commodious nnd nearly new. Thi
is land will be sold as a whole, or in lots to sni!
; purchasers, free from lieu or encumbrance exrepi
x : lhe contingent dower right. A plat of thi-lo ,i
c j will be exhibited on day of sale.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance In six and
c lwelve months, equal instalments, purchaser ci.
c j ing bonds, with security, and title to Is- reiaun- i
until the whole of Ihe purchase money is paid
| jo 6—2ttw3w P. A. FORBES, -Jslgnee
- A smi;mils' SALE OF
I VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
In obedience lo an order of the United stale,
lhsuici Court for the Eastern Districtof Virginia
in the matterof Allen A. Burwell, bnnkrnpi, th,.'
t j ON THE 2.11. DAY OF JUNE, 1871,
i. I commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the
I door ofthe Court-House of said court, In the Cc
'• , lorn-House building in lhe ciiy of Richmond Vn
i- ] sell al public auction, lhe following valuable real
! estate, viz: .infiV, At'RES In the county of I.uncu
I' I burg, adjoining the lands of E. Neweomb and
others. Tliis land i K n upon it a comfortable
c I dwelling and all necessary online,
II ; TERMS-fine-fourth cash; balance in six and
1- lwelve months, equal Instalments, purchaser giv
ing bonds, wilh security, and title to be retained
; until the whole ot lhe purchase money Ik paid.
* ._ n W. M.DAVIDSON.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OE
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
In obedience to an order of the United Stales
Dislrict Court for the Eastern Districi of Vir
f ; gidifv, in the mailer of William Wilkinson, b-ini,
, j rttpl, the undersigned will,
c • ON THE 2.H. DAY OF JUNE, 1871.
I commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., In front of ihe
I door of lhe Court-House of said conrt, in the
Cusiom-lloiise building hi Ihe city of Richmond
- i Va., sell at public auction, 642 ACRES OF LAND
I m lhe county of Lunenburg. The dower bavin
been assigned the widow by tho connty court oi
1 Lunenburg, this land will be sold as follows
~ Two-thirds In value of saiil tract will be sold free
r Irom all liens. Hie remaining one-third will be sol,i
, subject lo the life estate of Mrs. Wilkinson.
t j TERMS—«One-fourtli cash ; balance in six and
. ; lwelve months, equal instalment*, purchaser
; giving bonds, with security, and title io be re.
lamed until lhe whole of lhe purchase money i,
PaM- P. A. FORBES.'
. ie 6—Jaw-Ivy Assignee.
- j A SSIGEEE'S SAI-.E OF
,' i VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
Iff obedience lo an order of the United Stan-
District Court for the Eastern District of Vir
. ! ginia, In Ihe matter of R. K. Shore, bankrupt, the
i under.- iiriicd will,
ONTHE2BO DAY OF JUNE, IS7I,
. ! commencing at 11 ..clock A. M., in front of iho
i I floor of the Court-House of said court, iv the
■ Hi- lom-llouse building in lhe city of Richmond
Mrglnta. sell nt public auction, the said haul.
nun's undivided interest iv i.fi.ls ACRES ol-
LAND in the county of Nottoway : said inleres,
! being equal 10 ouu-ihlrd value of said tract suh
i •L < I C, . , ° I '"' encumbrance of lhe life estate of Mr-
M. A. Shore, mother of said bankrupt.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance in sir and
twelvo months, equal Instalments, purchaser
giving bonds, with security, ami title io be re
tained mil il lhe wholeol' the purchase money i
l" li<l „ V. A. FORBES,'
I je li—2aw3w Assignee
| ASSIGNEE'S OF SALE OF
I VALUBLE REAL ESTATE IN CAMPBELL
By virtue of a decree ofthe District Court ol
the United Stales for Ihe Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered in the matter of Win. H. Walker
bankrupt, the undersigned, assignee of said bank
-4 rapt will sell, at public auction. In ihe lown oi
Urookneal, Campbell county, io the highest bid
! WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
! all the REAL ESTATE surrendered by I he said
bankrupl in his schedule,., except the' Mill and
loundry, on Falling river, atul the land Ihei-elo
attached. The said real estate consist ot
Ist. A tract of
EIGHTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND.
more or less, adjoining the- town of DrooUneaf,
on which there are valuable improvements j„
eluding a large and commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, Kilchen, necessary Out-House., Orel.
The land Is productive and adapted io Ihe cvi
livaiion of Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, ie, find alio
j gelher, Ibis is really- a mast valuable piece of
2d. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each in the
: lown oi Urookneal, (No. 24 and No. 341, and.
, Sd. One-half Interest in three TOWN LI ITS
• (Nos. 27, 2s and 89) iv town of Brookneal, ou one
oi yy Inch is nil on ted a valuable TOISAf 'Ot i FAc-
The said land is sold free of all liens aud eu-
I Clllllbrailres. except the rigid of dower of the
; bankrupt's widoyv.
TERMS—O half cash; residue of purchase
money on :i credit of six months, purchaser giv
i ing bond, with approved security, aud bcariai.. -
; Interest from day of sale, for the deferred my'
meiit, atul title retained until Ihe purchase
| money is fully paid.
A. HARKSDALE, Jr . Assignee
. , of W. 11. Walker, Bankrupl.
I je lii—2aw:Vvv ■
| A SSI.'NEE"* SALE~OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 'AT PUBLIC
Iv obedience loan order of the United Stales
: Disirnt Court for tho Eastern District of Virgin
I ia, in the mailer of John C Watkius, bankrupt
! the undersigned will,
ON THE _in DAY OF J_UNE, 1871,
| commencing at 11 o'clock A. M. iv front of the
-door of the Courl-Hotise of said nun, in the
<iisloiii-Hoil.se building in theciu of Riclituomf
I \ a., sell at public auction,!-,!) Al „ES of LAND'
sil unfed near Kevsrille station, on lite R ill R
R., in the connty of Chariot te.
One-seventh Interest in 215.1 ACRES of LAND
situated iv the county of Charlotte, free from all
liens ami encumbrances,
TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance in six and
twelve mouths, equal Instalments, purchaser giv
ing bonds, wiih eecnrlty, and title lo be retained
tilt whole.of tlie purchase money Is paid
je s—2aw:iw P. A. FORBES, Assignee.
Case No. 4226.
A SSIONEE AMD TRUSTEES SALE OF
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BOWLING
GREEN, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of the"decree rendered by the United
States District Court for Ihe Eastern Dislrici
ol Virginia, on the 12th day of .tune, IS7I
111 the matter of J, S. Davies. bankrupt, we will
selhal Bowline Green, Caroline county, Va., on
MONDAY, THE lln-ii DAY OF JOLT, 1871,
al 12 o'clock ill., ihe following real property of
said bankrupl, viz:
DWELLING HOI Sil AND LOT OF ONE
yvilli Odd-Fellows' Hall an.l si..rehouse attached
ALSO, THE STOREHOUSE AND LOT
purchased by the said bankrupl nf Ertgnr He-
Iveniiev and ibe heirs al large of Brockenbrougli
Pei ton, situated on Main street.
For a more particular description of Ihe same
reference ts hereby inane lo the deed of trustees
from aaid bankrupt and wife to lioi.cn lludgin
trustee, dated sib of January, lStjll, and recorded
111 Un- clerk's olllco of Caroline Connty conrt.
ALSO ONE TWO-STORY DWELLING
with basement, situate on Main street, wiih lo
one ami one half acres, peach ami apple orchard
TERMS-One-third cash, and lhe balance at
six aud twelve months, tax negotiable noios, in
leresf added, and Ihe title reiained until alt the
purchase mo ney is paid.
At lhe sumo ihne all bonds, miles, and clioi's
in action, belonging lo the said bankrupt.
Assignee of J. S. Davies.
RO HIDGIN. Trustee, _.-.