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EVEN'O, Jl'I.Y 6, I*7l.
m iivieh.
< live of vnnr snii-liiiii'. (>. -11miller, to me.
One little *nn wave, now rlppltnif the sen:
Earth is re,lnn,laul. ami sloes I.rim mini: o'er,
Pa*a not, i>. -nmmer, my son Is open door!
Whal have 1 done ihat His -iiiilirh! should
- 11 Mil "'
Wli.v -il 1 COM 'nealli a mid-slimmer nun '
Stag winsome mills from the heights of the nine.
Sine; Into hearls musie-hunirrv, like mine;
Trill a pearl necklnceof unwritten notes
Forth from ihe swell of Tonr benntiftd i lno.il-
SiilnniiT refuses lo shine in my heart,
Sunshine ami 1. are long shadows a purl—
Si,,,i in I,or minor, to son/'* that an dark .'
Murmur. O, river, tw in-borderei 1 in preen,'
Hid la the depth* of your shadow-. I dream,
Moan, MM the waves dash in nautical strife,
'l'o symbol the wrecks on the river of life :
Still In this mirror of God We heboid
Heaven ill concave,— the new. from the old !
Whisper, O winds, from deep caverns misim.*.
Tell the weird tales of thy desolate tongue,
Wall I.in a breath of -onie llowret'a iierl'inne,
Wtiose hennti the snnliiflit has never consumed :
Some rare exhalaUon in solitude fed.
Whose presence orkiml never 1,1, omed o'er ihe
dead I
And scalier Ihe wealth of ils delicate bloom
Where the uti-olul Is ~l ihe -|~rii make
room '
Answer, sweel seasons, thai yearly unroll
Heaven and earth as a legible scroll—
Sunshine and bird-son*;, ami murmuring stream,
Whispering winds, from their sources oneeen
i 'onid these lm i yield ns theirndeqnate swetpti
Would our existence, like theirs, be complete 1
lied knovvcih liest what our natures will meet ;
He would despoil ns Of sell lev,, and pride,
Teach ns that Faith M a warfare to hide,
Ami that tin. lesson of lessons to learn,
li trusting in flail where we cannot disci,n '
' loss.
GENERAL NEWS.
The ex-Rebel leader, l>. ('. Yancey, ha*
beta) appointed editor of the Atlanta (<<a.)
Intelligencer.
Prtf. Hitchcock, of Dartmouth College,
with :t si• 11 act of students, is exploring in
the White Mountains.
"lieutenant-Gen." Julia! A. Karly will
tell the "Society of ('onfederatc Buv\ ivors,"
at Columbia, S. C, what he knows of
Rebellion.
"Admiral" Buchanan of the ('. S. A.
Kavy, received a salver of silver from Ins
Mobile admirers before lea' big tor Irs
* Maryland home.
Sam. Buttcrworth, the 'riend of (Jen.
Sickles in the Key affair, tws giiiwn enor
mously rich, if. is said, in California, and is
rated at $2,000,609;
Douglas -.lon-old probably received the
highest compensation.ever paid,a literary
man; for bis "Advice to people About to
Marry— Don't," he was paid by I'mich,
$'2.">.
Yale will graduate, on the 13th proximo,
lO.'l students. This is a little higher than
the average of the last,'JO years—loo 7-10
and somewhat lower than the average of the
last 10 years, lOSJ.
In bis old revolutionary days Carl Schurz,
the Missouri .Senator, with'a tinn I v loan
delivered a co-worker, Prof. Gottfried
Kinkel, from the Spandau Prison, near
Berlin, and tlie receipt for its repayment,
signed by Senator Schurz, was recently
secured by the Berlin authorities for $7">.
One of the humors of Cincinnati journal
ism is fiir one editor lo nominate another
tin- Mime municipal, Stale or national ojHce.
The latest recipient of such questionable
honoris .Mniat llalsteatl of the < imiincrcinl,
who lias been named for Slate Senator. No
doubt he would make a goodoac, but every
body knows be could not be persuaded to
be a candidate.
(i'ov. Walker undertook to solve the
boundary muddle which has for a century
puzzled the wiseacres of Maryland and Vir
ginia, and, the batter to settle the dispute,
sent an emissary lo Ixuidon to look up the ori
ginal grants. Greatly to his Excellency's de
light, the records make plain work of the
question, and a small speck of internal war
is thus dispelled.
The various rumors Which have been
circulated concerning the safely of the val
uable contents of the National Library,
Paris, are satisfactorily disposed of Ly our
correspondent, who has visited the buildings
and made necessary inquiries. Strange to
say, the Commune did not disturb any of
the treasures of the Library, but contented
themselves by ousting the ofiieials and
leaving the books and works untouched. —
N. V. Tribune
Connecticut has a superior class of dogs
if We may judge from a canine specimen
owned by J. ,S. Trowbridge, of Canaan.
Trowbridge made a journey on horseback
one day, and missed his dog. The next day
he missed his wallet containing $050, and on
tbe second day, the faithful beast was found
in the roatl watching the money, which was
entirely safe. Such a dog would not live
long here unless bullet and poison proof.
Mr. Barnum is most respectfully in
formed that the minutest manikin of a baby
has been born in Manchester, \'t. It
weighed, upon entering this great world,
only il ounces ; its fine may he covered by
an oltl-la-shioncd cent, and a lady's lingcr
ring can he slipped on ils arm. It is a lit
tle baby and no mistake, and what a con
trast it would make to even (he smallest
giant in Mr. liariium's menagerie! Yet all
things go by comparison, for the Vermont
midget would have been a monster in Lili
put.
When musicians in Massachusetts want
to give a concert on Sunday evening, they
call it "sacred," ami then siflg or fiddle
what they please. The brass band of
Haverhill gave one oi these "sacred" por
lbriiiane.es last Sunday with a great deal of
dram and trombone and triangle, much to
Ihe scandal of the soberer sort. An old
manager once explained the way in which
he arranged a "sacred" programme: "I
lake an old glee," he said ; "lor instance,
'Tell 1110, Shepherds, tell me, pray, Have
you seen my Chloris pass this way;' I
strike out'shepherds' ami put in 'brethren;'
I substitute 'David' for '(,'hloris ;' and it,
goes beautifully."
"Duke" (Jwin, ex-U. S. Senator and
general busybody, dining the Rebellion
coquetting with fiance, .Mexico, and the
Rebels, is iluis vigorously depicted by («.
A. Townsend, in a letter from California.
"William M. <iwiu is in Smi I'limeisco, 'a
perfectly white-headed, colossal old efflgy,
with a look of .sly and dangerous comedy
about him ; a warty bulbous nose ; a cold
blue eye, heavy brows, big bones, big feet—
an adventurer and a wire-puller, and a
Senatorial reproduction of Joe Bagstock.
lie has ret uineil some property;!* daughters
are well married, and ill present he manages
and partly owns a gold mine. His eye is
upon polities again, and some think helms
chances.' "
Ifa stone and a dead cat are found lying in
the mad together, it is impossible to avoid
the impression that care did not kill that
particular cat. So when a newspaper franti
cally resists protective duties on pig-iron
and lead, while in another column it con
redes that its niosi important matter is
manufactured from the brains: of its cor
respondents, it is difficult to resist thinking
that disinterested motives are not altogether
iho base of ils free-Trade theories, as a
I'l'otcetive tariff on lead and indocility com
bined ought raise the price of its [catling
commodities beyond its present limited
grasp.
President Wool., y ol Yale lias related to
many classes how Ptance once came to Con
necticut for aid in silkworm culture. A
.li ..to bad broken out in France among the
worms, fid- which no remedy could be
found, and a grower, having heard in some
way Ihat silkworms were grown in ( ounoc
tii'itl, and, in some other unexplained man
ner, Ihat there was such a man as a Presi
dent Woolsey, vvrnle, asking him to send
out -nine 1 onncetieut SggS, as it was
thought that American worms might escape
Ihe disease. 'I'he President on inquiry
learned that ill an obscure lown in his Stale
silkworms were cultivated, procured some
eggs, and sent them as directed, lie received
i i due time a cheek for Ihe expense incur
red, but never learned the success of the
experiment.
ul' loud nailing to learn what 1 hate In till
tun 111 these pamphlets; ami you will lirol,
if yon choose to find, il is true ; ami may
prove, if you choose in prove), tliat il is
useful; ami I am nut in the least minded to
compete fur your audience with the 'opin
ion-' in your dimp journals, morning tad
the ''lack of them coming off on
your fingers, and, beyond all washing, into
your bruins. It is no all'air of mine
wlu'ther yuu Attend lii me or not; Imt
yours wholly; my hnnil is weary of
pen-holiling- my heart is sick of tliink
-1112;; for my own part, I would
not write you these pamphlets though
ton would give ma 0 barrel of beer,
instead ul' two pints, for Ihetn ; I write them
wholly for your sake; I choose that ytou
shall nave them decently printed on creator
loloinl paper, ami with a margin under
ie alii, which toil 1:111 write on, if you like.
Thai is also for your sake; it is a proper
form of hook for any man to have who can
keep his hooks clean ; and if he cannot, he
has no business with hooks at all; it, ants
me ion pound* lo print a thousand copies,
ami live more to give you a picture ; ami n
penny oil'my sevenpencu to semi ton the
iiuok ;t thousand sixpences are iwenty-live
pounds; when you have bought a thousand
/'•,- of me, I shall therefore have lite
pounds for my trouble and my sinjrle shop
man, My. Allen, lite pounds for his; we
won t work for less, either of us; not thai
•re would not, were it good for you ; but it
would he Iry no means good."
Manchester News and Gossip
The Fourth of July in Manchester.—Yes
terday was a beautiful day, and all hearts
were full of anticipations for the day's en
joyment, which was generally observed.
■Several pic-nics were held near the town at
which, we have been informed, a good time
was had. The Odd-Fellows pic-nic at Cop
ley's grove was a success. Early in the
morning everything was in good trim and
the guests assembled. The crowd was not
large, but select. Various amusements
were engaged in by the ladies and gentle
men until 2 o'clock, at which time dinner
was announced by the committee of ar
rangements.
After a blessing upon the food, a war of
extermination was begun and kept up until
all were satisfied. The crowd was called
together afterwards, to bear a few words
upon "the day we celebrate," delivered by
11. li. Harding, who was followed by J. 0.
Wells with a handsome speech on the bene
fits of Odd-Fellowship, lie urged all to
join the Order, stating that it was a great
help to orphan children and widows, if left
so by Odd-Fellows in good standing.
J'ii/ht.- -Last night, about ten o'clock,
while a party of gentlemen were enjoying
themselves wilh some line music at the bar
room of W. 15. West, on Hull, between
First and Second streets, a gentleman .by
the name of Roger Scott, entered the bar lo
get a think, and from some cause was in
sulted by W. IS. West, who inflicted an
ugly cut in the forehead with a bar of iron.
\Ve fear that the matter is not ended.
Lecture. — U'e hope our friends will not
forget the lecture to he delivered to-night in
the liaptist church by that gifted gentleman,
Dr. Sampson, who will, we have no doubt,
interest, instruct and entertain all who may
go to hear him. The old and young should
go to hear him, as it will assist them in
their studies in history.
Meeting. —The new Hoard of Trustees
held their first meeting on Monday night,
and elected the following officers: Peter
I). Mekinncy, President; Win. G. Taylor,
Treasurer: K. 11. liea/.lcy, Secretary and
Auditor; Joseph W, Brouaugh, Collector.
No change in the police.
Arrests. —A number of arrests were made
during' the day yesterday in the town —some
forgetting drunk, some for fighting, and one,
ti colored man, for beating a woman.
*\Ej'\Vhy VeaM rovvder sluiuht he used Ke
causeit is much more convenient I ban brewers'
or hop yeast, produces heller and more nutri
tious food, and never fails of > access. This is
particularly applicable to llooi.iv's Yii.vst Povv
i»hk as each package noi only contains the full
weight as represented, tail, ihe comeiils are par
fectly free from any injurious .-uh.-.laiiee.s. IS'olh
iufr enters iulo its composition but articles'tbat
are healthy and nourishing!-, and Hie bread pre
pared Willi it is such as can he eaten with impu
nity by the nio-t sensitive invalids. For sale by
grocer* everywhere.
((►S Jenven's Inodorous Kid (Jlovc (leaner
By Us aid (,-loves can he quickly and repeatedly
cleaned and made equal to new ; even when bad
ly soiled they can be readily restored. It is easy
of application and is perferfectly free from any
odor. For sale hy druggists and fancy poods
dealers. Price, 3D cents a hollle.
ajTTEdvrardt, $» liruad Street, sells nil
kind* of NKWSI'AI'KUS and MAUAZINLS at
pnblisher*' price*,and deliver the same ntyonr
residence or place of, buunoei wiihoni extra
charge.
Special attention paid to Hie prompt and early
delivery of Ihe liicliinoiid and New York daily
papers. •
l; U.llia, ,1 r,oi|de—lteill'onl mill Ives, cor.
ner of Main aud Eleventh streets, keep the most
fashionable Milliard Saloon iv liichinoud. Their
takes* are all new, and everything connecled
with the establishment is lirsi-cltos. Player*
are informed ihat whistling v positively prohib
ited.
WKi Ladies siiUVring li-oni irregularities, or
any cotnplaiul peculiar to ibeir sex. are guaran
teed speedy relief by |)H. 11l I'l'T, No. 731 Mail!
street. Richmond,' Va. Correspondence strictly
conlidcntial. All letters of inquiry answered free
of charge.
Medicines loi want. ,1 by mail or express.
llooms and alieiidance furnished when re
quired.
(lllice hours from » lo 12 M.. 2 lo .',, and 7 to 8M
evening. Siiiida.is, 210 4 I*. I\i.
g&T Thompson* I'oiuaile Opiiiue, a* a dress
ing lor the Hair, is all that is recitm-ed; purely
vegetable and highly portioned, it softens, im
proves and beautifies Che Hair, strengthen* tk*
roots, and gives it a rich glossy appearance.—
For sale by all druggist*, Price, :i:i and 7-i cents
per bottle.
Ivory I'eurl Tooth Powders
tended as the best deulrifrice
is sirongly
known. It cleanses and preserves the iccih
hardens Iheguius, syyeeleus the breath : and, con
taining no acid or gritty substance, Is perfectly
harmless, and can he used daily with greai ad
vantage. Bold by all druggists. Price, 2.i and
.""I per hot He.
MM
IN THE UINTISHT IIOUKT OF THE liNI
TED STATES for Ihe Eastern Distriel ol
\ irgona.
lv the mailer of JsseeJ. Porter, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
\\ in II Allderdice, ol Kiohmond city, Virginia,
h.lelo gives uollco ~| h,s a|,is,„,in'ieut a .a
signseol ihe , -iaie ot Jesse .1. Porter, ot Louisa
county, in said disirici, who was, on i'he Mh day
of June. is:i, adjudged a nankrupt unals own
petition ni the Distriel. Court of said IMstrtel.
Dated Richmond, June 28, 1871.
\\ \1 II ALLDERDICE,
je B9—ThSW A--ign,c.
PUBLIC LANDS.
ArALLABLE I,AHm KOR vt1.1,.
Hy virtue of Ihe provisions of llu' fourth nrli
icleof the treaty between the I 'idled smi, of
America mill llii' Kansas tribool Indians, conclu
ded Ociobei ft, lsftp, rntiiied hy tin- Senate Jane
27, 1800. ami proclaimed l,y ihe President. Novem
l«T 17. I son, ami actinic uriilnr I lie direction of the
Secretary of the Interior, l hereby inwie seated
propo*a*i lor the purchase of all the lands licre
■ waiter described, In wii i
HESCKIPTION OF LANDS.
KANSAS TRUST LANDS,
Low B ami ii NWH. SW H rice •_':, Lot* 7 an,l
>> NEH, Lots ft and iNW'i anils'-. Src 20. Lots
7 and S NEH, Lois ft andii NWH and SH Sec. 27.
Lots 7 anil s N XVi, Lot* ft and t; NWH mid SH
SiT.il.. Lot* 7 nnd s NEU. Lot* 1 and o NWU
and SH See. 29. Lots 18 and 111 NEU. Lots 28, il
and 22 NWU and NEH, and Lot* 2ft and 24, £1 mid
2ii.iiml27 and 2S SW, Sec. 38. Whole of Sec
tions 31,32, 33, :14am 1 :i.',, W H Sec. .In. All in Town
14. BMt 8.
Lot ft NKV,. Lol (i NW, ami SH sec. 2ft. Lol
I) NEH, Lot li NWH and SH Sec. 28. Loir, NEH.
Loi ii WW* and SH Sec. 27. Lot 9 NEM, Lot II
NWH and SH Sec. 28. SEH and EH-SWK See,
n. Lot .'• NEU Lois 1111111 l 7 NWU mid SH Sec.
lis. WH NK' 4 and NW 1 , I'ri Sec. ill. NWH N
BH, SH SEU, SWlt, I'ri. Sec. 111. NEM, NEH
NW'i, SH NWH and NWH Sec. 32. NH NEH
NWH and WH SKH Sec. 38. NEH and S l . Sec
84. Wholeof sections 8, and 3ii. All in Town.
14. KangeP.
Lot S NEH, and Lot (i NWH Sec. 2.",. Lol a N
EH and Lot 6 NWH and s'- Sec 2ii. Lot .', NE
H, Lot NWH ami SH Sec. 27. Lot ft NEU. Il.ot
6 NWH and SH Sec. 211. Lot ft NEH li N W U
and SH Sec. 2S. Lot A NEH Lot (i NW U and SH
Sec.,-,!!. Lot. S NEH. Lots o and 7 NW H and SH
fri. See 88. Whole of sections 31, 112, 88 and 84,
NX and SWH Sec. H. SEH Sec. 3li. All in
Town 14. Klllif.',' In.
Lot S, Lot !< SEH ami SW H Sec. 2». Lol ft N
EH, Lot li NWH and s'.. Sec. 38. Wholeof sec
tion SI. Lot .1 NEH, WM mid Lot li SEH sec. 82.
All in Town 14. Range 11
E'<. Lol 1 anil Lot 2 NEU and NWH Hi and S
WH SEH Sec. I. Whole ol sections 2. .1, I and ft,
NEH Lots 18, U, Ift, lti, 17 and 13 NWH. NWH
SEH and SWH SEH and Lois 99, 21, 22. 2:i, 21
and 2.i SWH Seclion ii. W'« NEH, Lot* 11,18,
18, 11, 18 and Hi, WH SEH and Lots 17, Is, Hi. 80,
21 ami 22 Seclion 7. NH, SEH and EH SWH
Seclion 8. Whole of Seclion P. NH. SEU, NEU
SWH, WH sWH See. in. Wholeof Section 11.
NWH, EH SKH and NWH SWH See 12. EH,
NEH SWH. SH SWH Seclion 13. NWH Sec. 11.
NEH, and WH NWH Seclion IS. Wholeof Sec
tion 16. NEH, NEH NWH, EI.sEH and WH
SWH Seclion 17. Wholeof ,Seclion l.s. Lois 12,
13 and 14, and N HSEH Section IP. NEH, WH
NW Hand EH SEH Seclion 28. Whole of Sec
lion 21. SWH Section 22. NEH NEH, SH NEH,
SEH, and EH SWH Seclion 23. Whole of Sec
lion 21. NH, SEH, and NH SWH Seclion 2.1.
NH, N H SEH and SW H Se-ition 28. N H NWH,
SW H NWH, and WH SWH Seclion 27. Whole
of Section 28. EH NEH Section 2:1. Lois 11 and
10 NWH and Lots 28 and 21 SW H Seclion 89.
Whole of Saetkm 31. SHNWH.NWH SEH.SH
SEH and SWH Section 32. NH NEH,SEH NEH
and NEH NWH Section 33. WH NWH anil
NWH SWH, SEH SWH Seclion 34. WH NEH
and NH NWH, SEH NWH and NWH SEH, SH
SEH Seclion Bft. EH,and SWH Seclion 3ii, all in
Town 1.1, RMMJ* S.
Whole of sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, SEH, and NEH
SWH, SH SWH See. 0. NWH ami NH Lot 2
SWH Sec. i:. EH, and SH Lots 1 and 2 NWH,
and SW H Sec. 7. Whole of sections of 8, 8, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, 1,1, 10, 17, 18. IP, 28, 21, 22, 23, 24, 21.
20, 27 and 2S. NH, SEH and NEH SWH, SH
SWH Sec. 2P. NH, NWH SEH, and SW"H Sec.
.'in. WH Sec. 31. Wholeof Sections 88, 33, 34 and
Bft, all in Town 11. Snags P.
SEH and NEH SWH, SH SWH Sec. 1. Lot 2
NEH, NW H and SH SEH Sec. 2. Whole of sec
lions 3, 3, ft, li, 7 and 8. WH N WH and W H SWH
Sec. P. SEH Seclion 18. Whole of Sect tons 11,
12, 13, 13andl,1. EH and EH SWH Sec. 10. WH
NEH, NWH and NH SWH See. 17. Whole of
Seclion 18. WH NEH.NH SEH and WH Sec. IP.
SKH NEH and SEH Sec. 20. Whole of Sections
21, 22, 23, 24, 2,1, 20, 27, 88 and 2P. EH NEH, Lot
2 NWH, NEH SEH, SH SEH Sec. 8(1. NEH and
SEH Sec. 31. Whole of Suctions 32, 33, and 34.
WH NEH and NWH Sec. 3.1. NEH and SH
Sec. 3ii, all ill Town IS, Hnngc, 10.
Lot 0 NEH and Lots 7 and 8 and SH NWH and
Lot .1 SEH and SWH Sec. ft. Whole of Section*
ii and 7. Lot ft, WH, and Lot (I SEH Sec. 8. Lol.
ft NEH, WH,and Lot 0 SEH Sec. 17. Whole
of Section* Is anil 10. Lot. o N EH, WH, and Lot
OSEH See. St. Lol B NEH, WH, and Lol OSEH
Sec. 20. Whole of Sections So and 31. Lot 6
NE 1 .,, WH, and Lol OSEU Sec. 32, all in Town
l.i, Uange 11.
Whole of Section 1; EH Sec. 2, EH Lot 2,
NWH See. 3. WH Lot I,NWH See. 4. NEH
fri., NWH fri., SWH, WH SEH Sec. ft. Lots 13
ami 11, EH Lot 21, WH Lot 21 NEH. Lots 10,
10, 17, Is, IP and 20 NWH and SEH, and Lois 22,
28, 24, 2.1, 20, 27 SWH See. C. EH, Lots 13, 14, 18,
10,17 and IsN WH and Lots ID, 20, 21 and 22 SW H
Sec. 7. SH NEH, NWH NWH and SH Sees.
Whole of Section P. SWH NEH and NWH
NWH, SH NWH, WH SEH and S\VH Sec. 10.
NEH NEH Sec. 11. WH NWH and SH SEH
Sec. 12. EH NEH Sec. 13. SWH NEH Hoc 1.1.
Whole of Sections 18,17 and Is. NH NEH, Lot
19 NEH and Lots 13, 14, 1.1, 10, 17 and IS NWH
Sec 10. NH NEH, Lot 1 NEH, NH NWH, Lot 2
NWH See. 28. NH NWH. Lot 2 NWH Sec. il.
Lot 1 NEH and Lot 2NW H Sec. 22. Lot 1 NEH
and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 23. All in Township 10,
Ranges.
WH Lot land Lot 2 NWH, and WH SWH
Seel. Whole of Sections 2,3, 4 and ft. WH
Sec. 0. SH Lots 1 and 2 SWH See. 7. Whole of
Section* 8, 8. loand 11. WH NWH Sec. 12. EH
NEH and EH SEH Sec. 13. Wholeof Sections
15, 10 and 17. NW H, EH SEH, and Lot 2 SW U
Sec. 18. NEH NEH, Lot 4, NEH Sec. IP. NY,
NEH, Lot 1 NEH and NH NWH, Lot 2 NWH
See. 21. NH NEH, Loll NEH andNH NWH,
Lot 2 NWH Sec. 22. NH NEH, Lot 1 NEH, NH
NWH and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 23. NEH NEH See.
24. All in Township io, Range 8.
Whole of Section 1. EH Lot 2 and EH Lot 11
NEH and SEH Sec. 2. WH Lots 1 and 2 NEH
ami WH See. 3. Whole of Sections 4 ami 5. EH,
EH Lots 1 and 2 NWH and Lot 1 SWH Sec. 0.
EH, Lol. INVVH and SWH Sec. 7. Whole of
Section 8. NH NEH, SWH NEH, and WH Sec.
P. SEH, and SEH SWH Sec. la. Whole of Sec
tions 11, 12, 13, 14 and 13. SH NEH and SH Sec.
16. NH, andNH SWH, SWH SWH Sec. 17.
Whole of Seclion 18. Lots 1 and ft NEH and Lois
2, 8, ami 4, See. IP. NEH, Lot 1 NWH and EH
and Lot 3 SEH Sec. 20. Whole of Sections 21, 22,
28, 24, 2ft, 20, 27 and 28. EH NEH, Lot 3 NEH
and EH SEH, Lot 4 SEH Sec. 28. EH NEH and
Lot 3 NEH and EH SEH, Lst, 4 SEH Sec. 32.
Whole of Sections 33, 84, 35 and 36. All in Town,
10, ItaiiKcls.
Lots 7 and 8 NEH, Lots 9 and loandSH NWH,
Lots ft and 6 SEH and SWH See. ft. Whole ol
Sections 6 and 7. Lots ft anil 6 NEH.WH, and
Lois 7 and 8 SEH Sec. 17. Whole of Sections 18
and IP. Lots d and 6 NEH, WH, and Lots 7 and
8 Sec. 28. Lots ft and 6, N WM, and Lois 7 and 8
SEH See. 20. Whole of Seclion .In. WH Sec 31
Lois ft and 6 NEH, WH, and Luis 7 and x SEH
Sec. 82. nil In Til in n. 111. Hnni* 11,
Whole of Sections 1, 2 and 3 NEH, SEH, and
EH SWH Section 4. Lots 1, 2 and 3 NEH and
Lot 4 SEH See. ft. EH NEH, EH SEH, Lot 2
SEH See. 8. Whole of Sections o.ionndu. NH,
NH SEH and SW H Sec. 12. WH See. 13. Whole
of (action* 14,16 and 10, EH NEH, Lot 1 NEH,
EH SEH, Lot 2 SEH, Sec. 17. EH NEH, Lot 1
NEH, EH SEH, Lot 2 SEH Sec. 20. NH, NH
SEVi andNH SWH Sec. 21. Whole of sections
83 and 23. NWH NEH, SH NEH,NWH andSH
Seclion 24. NH and SWH Sec. 2ft. Whole oi
Section 20. NEH, ami NH and SWH Sec. 2.*,
Whole of section 26. NEH, and NEH NWH
Sec. 27. EH NEH, EH SEH, Lol 2 SEH Sec. 211.
NEH NEH Sec. 33. All in Town, 17, linnge IS.
Lois ft and P NEH, Lous 0, 7 and 3, NWH, Lois
is and 11 SEH and Lol 12 SWH Sec. ft. EH Lots
I anil 2 NE'., and EH SEH Sec.o. EH NEH Sec.
7. Lots ft and 6 NEH, NWH, Lots 7 and s SEH
and SWH See. s. J,.,is .', mni 0 NEH. NWH,
Lots 7 anil s SEH and EH SWH See. 17. SWH
Sec. 18. Lois ft ami 6 NEH, NH NWH and Lots
7 amis SEU Sec. 211. Lois ft mill 0 NEH and
Lots 7 ami 8 SEH Sec. 88. WH NEH ami NW U
Sec. 38. Lois ft undo NEH Sec. 32. All in Town,
17, Bang* ii.
Lot 6, NWH Sec. ft, in Town, Is, Range 11.
KANSAS DIMINISIIKh ItKSKKVATUIN,
Lot 20 NEK, Lois 21, 22, and 23 NW!,, At-'.',,
and Lois 24, So, 2(1, 27, 28 and M SW'.j Sec. 11l
Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 NWH nnd SH Sec. 20. Lot 4
NKV, Lot:! NWH and SH Sec. 21. LotINKH
i.ot :i NWH and SH Sec. 22. Lot 4 NEU, 1-ot :;
NWH See. 2:1. Loi 4 NEW, Lot :< NWX Bee. 24.
Whole ofSections 27, 2s, 20, NEK Lots 18,14, 16,
l(i, 17 and is NWX, SKH. Lois In, 20, 21. 22, 2:1
aud 24 SWU See. SO. NEK, Lots l:i, 14, 1.",, lli, 17
and lb NWX, .SEH, Lois IW, SO, 21, 22, 2:1 and 21
SWH Sec. 31. Whole of Sections :12, 88 and :14.
All hi Town lti, Hange S.
Lot A NEM, Lot 0 NWX See. 13. I,ot 4 NEM,
Lot.) NWH Sec. SO, Lot. 4 NEK, Lol :i NWH
Sec. 21. Lot 4 NEK, Lot :l NVV X Sec. 22. Lol 4
NEK, Lot 3NWX Sic 23. Lot 4 NEK, Lol 3
NWH Sec. 21. All iii Town, lti, Range lv.
Lots NEK, Lot 7 NWU Sec. In. Lot o NEK,
Lot 6 NWX, Lot 4 SKH Sec. 90. Loll NEK,
Lot 2 SKH Sec. 2D. Lot 1 NKH, Lol 2 SKH Sec.
32. All in Town, 10, Hange 10.
Whole of Seel ions 3, 4 and A. Lois 13, 14 and 21
NEK,, Lots IS, lti, 17, IS, ID aud 20 NWH, Si:'/.
and Lois 22, 23,24, 26, 20 and 27 SWH Sec. li
NKH, Lois, 13, 11, 1.-,, iv, 17 and Is NWH. SEX,
Lots In, 211, 21, 22, 23 and 24 SWH See. 7. Whole
of Sections 8, 9, 111, 13, 14,1.0, 18, 17, NKH,, Lots 13,
14, 1.1, 10, 17 and Is NWH, SEH, Lots 111, 211, 21,
22, 23, 24 SWX Sec. 18. NEK, Lots 13, 14, 18, 10,
17, IK, NWH, SEH, Lots 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 21 SW H
Sec. In. Whole of Sen ions 2u, 21, 22, 23, 24, 2S, 20
27, 28, 29 NEK. Lois 13, 14, la, lli, 17, 18 NWX,
SKH. Lots la, 20, 21. 22, 23, 24 SWH Seclion 3(1.
NKH, Lois 13. 11, 1,',, lti, 17, 18 NWH, SKH, Lois
II), 20, 2], 22, 23, 24 SWH Section 31, Whole of
Section* 32, .33, 34, 3d, 38. All iv Town. 17,
Range B.
Whole of Sections 16, 17, 18, 111, 20, 21, 22, 27, 2s,
SS, 80, SI, BS, 38, 34. All in Town. 17, Range n.
Lots NEK, Lot r, SEX .Sees. Lot 4 NKH,
Lot3REX Sec. 8. Loi 4 NKH, Lota SKH Sec
17. Lot, 4 NEH, Lot 3SEH Sec. 20. Lol 4 NEH,
Lot 3 SKH Sec. 28. Lot 4 NKH, Lol 3 SEH Sec,
32. All in Town. 17, Range In.
Lol 8 and NX NEH, Lot 4 and NX NWH See.
1. Lot 3 and NH NKH. Lot 4 and NH NWH
See. 2. Lot.l andNH NEK, Lm 4 andNH NWX
Sec.3. Lot 3 and NX NEK, Lot 4 and NX NWH
Sec. 4 Lot I and NH NKX,Lot4 aud NH NWH
See. 6. Lol 31 and NH NKH, Lots 24, 25, 20, 27,
28, SS, 3u NW '« Sec. (i. All ill Town. 18, Range s.
Lot.', aud NH NKH, Loi ti aud NX NWX Sec.
I. Lol ii and NH NKH, Lot (i and NH NWX
Sec. 2. Lot A and NX NEH, Lot 0 and NH NWH
Sec 3. Loi AuudNH NKH .Lot Oaud NH NWH
Sec, 4. Lot 6 and NH NSJf, Lot 0, aud NX NWX
PUBLIC LANDS.
Sec, :■- Lot (fandNM NE H ,Lots 7, 8, 9, IhNWH
Bee. 6 Ail in Town. IS, Range ft
Eel ftNEV, \*Ot»4 ;ui(l 7 NW 1 , Sec ;, Lots 3
and t M.'i, Lois r. and t; NWS See i. All in
Town, is, Barmy in
Such proposals mud I"- made ft>r parcels or
bract* iittf fxttriMiiu In niu cam one hundred and
■titty m -r» each. Should «nyproposal in* for any
tract having upon It improvements of any kiuil
which w.-iv matte by W ror the Indians or for
(ioM-iHincuf pnrpOMtn, the proposal* therefor
niiisi state iln* pi it p Itid for the land and for the
Improvements separn lei
The*** lands comprise the unsold ]w>rlloii of
What :uv Known as the Ktmsa- Indian Trust
Land*, ami also all thai portion of the Kansas
Indian Diminished Reservation lyhw onfcdde of
the exterior lioundnry line of tho haras assigned
in severally to members of tho tribe under the
pro\ \- it ii i of t In' aforesaid i roati.
A*M hid* must ho accompanied hy tho deposit of
a sum equal to ii'n per ( en turn of the amount of
each bid, which sum, in cane tho land in awarded
and balance not paid, will-toe forfeited by tin- bid
der, Should any hid he rejected the sum deposi
ted will he returned to the printer party.
Patents will he issued anil transmitted to pur
chasers as soon after full payment as practicable.
Pa\ ments must If made in cash, or such certifi
cates of Indebtedness of the Kansas triheof In
dians, issued hy the t 'ommissioner of Indian Af
fairs tor the debts of said Indians, ns are made
receivable a* cash hy the pro\ isinnw of'the amen
ded second (ad) article of the treaty of Match IS,
ISii2, to tin amount for which they were issued,
in payment for lands that may he purchased out
of that portion of sa-id Reservation commonly
known as "Tnnrt Land.-."
All lands purchased from thnt portion of tin*
"Diminished Ueservntion" herein offered for Mile
niii-t he paid for m cash. The right to reject any
and all bids is expressly reserved.
All hiils urns! he sealed mid addressed to the
< Vmimiwdoner of Indian AHairs, and indorsed
"Hide tor Kansas Indian Trust Lands." or "BMfl
for Kansas IM mill .shed lieserve Lands," as Ihe
COM may !»-.
Person* or parlies whose bids are accepted \v ill
he notified at such acceptance as soon (Hereafter
as practicable,
If within forty days after such notice has been
duly mailed payment in full is not made to the
Commissioner of Indian Affaire of the amount
hid. the land for w inch Mich hid was made will
he R{ncta subject to sale.
Deposits to accompany bids maybe made in
any public depository of the United Stales or sol
viiil National Bank, evidenced by a cert ideate of
deposit transferred to K. S. Parker, (Commissioner
ot Indian A tfairs, Washington, l>. 4!.
Bids will be received until the 23th &.iy of July
next, after which, assoon as practicable,they will
he opened, examined and acted upon,
H.R.OLTJM,
Acthv * 'ominissir.ner.
WASHiHaToy, D. Cl,May is, ts:i. je:i -U23
ASSIGNEE SALES.
A SSNJNEES' RBVSALE OF
LAND IN Till: TOWN OF DANVILLE, VA.,
AT AUCTION.
liy order of the District Court of Ihe United
Slate lor ihe Distriel of Virginia, we will re
sell, as assignees of Floyd Lacy, bankrupt, on
WEDNESDAY, I!lE2,jth DAY OF JULY, 1871,
a tract of land, in the county of Henry, Virginia,
containing In? ACRES, lying on the waters of
Reed creek.
the bankrupt's lil'e estate in a TRACT of LAND,
in said eonnly, on Smith's river, containing VIM
acres.
TERMS- tin.-half cash: balance on a credit
of six and nine months, bonds wilh ample securi
ty, litle retained until ihe wholeof ihe purchase
money is paid. Terms of Ill's! sale not having
been complied Willi.
M, KINSEY St BROWN,
jy H— 9oW8» Assignees.
k SSHiNIiF.K' KIS-SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue ol an onler of tlie District Oourl oi
the traded Slates tor the District of Virginia, we
will re-seli, a* as*igneos of William P. Pool,
hankrujit, on
TUESDAY, THH2,iu DAY of JI'l.Y, is;l,
on the premises—the residence of the bankrupt—
the trait ot lanil, on which ihe 1,-inlirnpt now
resides, containing .'.ao ACRES, li in,» on the
waters of Aaron's creek, Mecklenburg eonnly,
Vn., with good improvements.
Arse,
■1-11 of l:iii ACRES of LAND, on the waters of
Buffalo creek, in said eonnly, now occupied, by
Q rnnderson Yaue.hn.
TERMS—ReaI Estate on,-ihinl cash; lialanee
on a credit of six and twelve monllis, with ap
proved security, with interest from date, and li
lle relaiued nuiil ihe whole of the purchase
money is paid. Term* ol lirs' sale not having
been eolnplied Willi.
Mi 'KINSEY & BROWN,
,j.v :!— 2av\;iw Assignees.
t 'use No. 4220.
k s*i<;\i:i: and tiivstee-s sale of
VALUABLE PROPERTY - AT BOWLING
GREEN, CAROLINE COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of lie- decree rendered by the 1 'nited
States District Court for ihe Eastern District
of Virginia, on Ihe 12th day of June, 1871,
in the matter of J. s. Davies, bnukiupi, we w ill
sell at Bowling tlreeii, Caroline county, Va., on
MONDAY, THF: Kith DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., the following real properly of
said bankrupt, viz:
DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT OF ONE
ACRE,
with Odd-Fellow*' Hall andstoiehou: eattached.
ALSO, TBI-: STOREHOUSE AND LOT
(purchased by Ihe said bankrupt of Edgar Mc-
Kenuey and ihe heir* at large of Broekeubrough
Peyton, situated on Main street.
Pot a more particular description of the same,
reference is hereby made lo the deed of trustees
from said bankrupt and with to Robert Hudgin,
trustee, dated Bth of January, IBCO, and recorded
in the clerk's office of < 'aroline County court.
also one two-stoiiv dwelling
house,
wilh basement, situate on Main street, with 10l
one and one half acre-, peach and apple orchard
thereon.
TERMS—One-third cash, and the balance al.
six and twelve nioiiihs, for negotiable notes, iu
lerest. added, and Ihe lille remined unlil all the
purchase in iney is paid.
Ai Ihe same i inie all bonds, notes, and choses
iv action, belonging lo the said bankrupt.
TERMS—Cash.
JACOB OO UN,
A Ignee of J. s. Davies.
RO. lIUDGIN, Trustee, Sic.
je 15—2a\v3w
4280
rinns isrooivi; NOTHE-Tliaioutlie'-SUt
1 day of June, 1371, a warrant in bankruptcy
\\:i- i n, il against the estate of William 11. Siui
inouds, of Wicomico, Northumberland county,
and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged
a .bankrupt upon hi- own petition; Ihat tlie pay
ment of any debts, and the delivery of any
property belonging lo said bankrupt, to him or
lor bis use, and Ihe transfer of any properly liv
him are forbidden le, law; ihal a meeting oi tlie
creditors of said bankrupt, lo prove their debts,
anil choose one or more assignees of his estale,
will be held at a court of bankruptcy to be hold
en at the Register's office, Richmond, Virginia
before W. W. Forbes, Es,|, Register, on |h; , ~,
day of July, 1871, at 111 o'clock A. M.
DAVID R. PARKER,
iiio
rivills is 'I'll <iivE NOTICE—Tint on the
.L 2lst day of June, 1871, a warrant in bankrupt
cy was issued against He-, tale of Isaac 11. Wal
ton,of i irccucswtic county, and State of Virginia,
who ha* been adjudged a bankrupt on hi* own
petition ; that the payment ol' any debt*, aud Ihe
delivery of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law; that
a ineeihe.' of tl reditors of the said bankrupt,
bj prove their debts, and chooHeonoor more as
signees of bis e-iate, will be held at a court of
bankruptcy, to be holden at ihe Register's office
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq '
Register, on the 3d clay of July, lot al lii
o'clock A. IU. DAVID H. PARKER,
je 22—Th2w US. Marshal.
4227
1\ Till: llMlill'T OOURT Ol THE IM.
TED STATIN for Ihe Eastern District of
Virginia.
lv Ihe matter of E. W. Massey, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on tlie 21st day of June ls7i
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please io lake.notice lu-rebv, ihat a petition Ills
been, lo wit : on Ihe v|-l day of June, 1871, Hind
in said Disiriel Court by E. W. Massey, ol King
William county, In aid district, who has been
heretofore duly flcchivil bankrupt under the a; i
of Congress entitled "An aci io establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout ih.H m
led sunes. approved March 2d, 18*7, lor a dis
charge and certificate thereof from all his debts
and other claims provable under saitl act, ami
ihat the Sd day of Jury, 1871, at lv o'clock A. M.,
hi lore \V. W. Forbes, one of Ihe registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his office in Richmond, in
-aid district. Is I In- iiuie nnd place assigned for the
bearing of the same, when and where you may
attend and show cause, if any you have, why the
pmyerof the said petition shoidd not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that ihe second
and third millings of the creditors of the -aid
bankrupt will be held at ihe same tinieaud place
VV. W. FORBES,
Register in Bankruptcy for
je22—Th::-,v the 3d Oong'l liist. etf Va.
I'lli; Mmi. Jiu KNAI, is an excellent ad
. vertising mediiiin. Try il and :i c.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
A l:oy. \n- iioiifrr.
k ssUiW.i:% SUsE 0¥
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HALIFAX
COUNTY. VA.
In obedience to a decree of the District Court
of the United BtateeJbr the Eastern district of
Virginia, entered In the matter of Stephen I>.
Tinker, bankrupt, on the mh day of May, IS7I,
1 shall, on
I'IiIDAY, THE 14n DAY OF JULY, IS7I,
proceed to sell on the premises at public auction,
the real estate sirrrendered hy ndd bankrupt,
the purchasers thereof at the former sale, having
failed lo comply with the terms of sale. The
-aid real estate consists of two tracts—lhe one
formerly purchased by S. D. Tucker, and on
which lie now resides, containing 200 to ACRES
more or less, on which there are valuable im
provements, including a good dwelling house,
kitchen and necessary out-houses, a fine orchard,
Ac, kc., -the other, purchased at the former
sale by C. H. Walker, containing 334 H ACRES,
more or less, on which there is a small settle
niout, two or three good tobacco barns, Ac. The
land lies along the waters of Lady ('reek, about
ten miles from Halifax, and three miles from
Mead-vile, and is well adapted to the cultiva
tion of wheat, com, tobacco, kc. The land will
lie sold free from all liens andi-niciinihrancee, ex
cept the contingent right of dower of the bank
rupt's wife.
TERMS OF SALE—One-half purchase money
to be paid in cash, the balance on a credit of six
months, the purchaser giving ln»nd with good se
curity, nnd bearing interest from day of sale for
the deferred payment.
A. BARKSDALE, Jh., Assignee
je lfi—la\v3w ofS. I>. Tucker, Bankrupt.
Us < 01. J. J. Hill, Anctioueer.
k SUSIUNKE'B SALE or
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS
VILLE/ VA.
In ihe matter of R. H. MOSS & BROS.
By an order of Ihe District Court of the United
Slates for the District, of Virginia, consented to
hy all parties interested, 1 shall, as assignee for
the above named bankrupts, sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder,
ON THE 15th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871,
in the town of Clarksville, Va., free from all
liens and encumbrances, a largi* amount of PER-
St >NAL PROPERTY, consisting of
Horses. Mules and Cattle,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Two (21 Steam Engines, with complete out 111;
Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, suf
ficient to work 200 hands.
The REAL ESTATE consist of about twenty
live valuable Town and Wood Lots, in and near
lo the town of Clarksville ; Two large Facto
ries (smoking and manufacturing) ; also, "Kin
derton," one mile out, of town, containing JUKI
acres with handsome Dwelling.
TERMS—For all personal property cash ; for
real eslate, one-fourth of purchase money cash,
the balance payable in twelve months, with in
terest from day of sale.
.1. M. OARRTNGTON, Awlgnee
jee-2awtds of R.H. Moss-* Bros.
ll> UrublMs .V
A SSIHNKE'S SALE OK
V A LUAHLE PROPERTY IN THE T< >WN OF
PORT ROYAL AND ADJACENT
THERETO,
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
Slates Ilistrict Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia., of .Tune s, IS7I, In tho matter of Wade
A. Thornton, bankrupt, T will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THEl2tii DAY Of .TUEY, IS7I,
at 12 o'clock M., iv front of the United Stales
, r:';!^n,te fK,chmond ' , "" fo " ow -
No. ],
ONE SMALL TWO-STOUY BUILDING,
with one-half Acre of Land, situated iv the town
of Port Royal, Caroline county, Va.
No. 2,
ONE LOT t'ONTAININfi THREE-QUAR
TERS OF AN ACRE,
in same town.
No. s,
FIFTY -TWO ACHES OF LAND,
situated three miles from Port Royal.
No. -I,
TWENTY-FIVE ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining No. S.
No. .1,
THE BANKRUPT'S LIFE INTEREST IN ONE
HUNDRED AND TEN ACKES OF LAND,
iv King George county, Va. This is a part of
Point Pleasant Farm —has no improvements
thereon.
Full description of these places will be given on
day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; Ihe lialanee on a
credit of six aud twelve months, the purchaser
giving notes tor the deferred payments, interest
added at the rate of six per cent, per annum;
Ihe litle lo lie retained by (he assignee until said
notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
je 2(l—2nw;!w Assignee.
liy t.iiiblts he Williams, Auctioneers.
* SSKJNKE'S SALE OF
U27 ACRES OF LAND IN APPOMATTOX
AND CAMPBELL COUNTIES
AT AUCTION.
In compliance wilh a decree of tho United
Shoes Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June in the matter of Thomas W.
Hix, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction on,
WEDNESDAY, 12TII DAY OF JULY, IS7I,
at 12 o'clock M, in front of Ihe Uniled States
court-house, in the City of Kichmond, the follow
ing Tracts of Land:
NO. 1,
2(i(! ACIiES IN APPOMATTOX COUNTY;
NO. 2,
SOU ACRES IN APPOMATTOX COUNTY;
NO. 3,
LIFE INTEREST IN 40.1 ACRES IN CAMP
BELL COUNTY.
Full description of these places will be given
on day of sale. <' .
TERMS—One-third cash; tho balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
lo give Holes for the deferred payments, with
ml,-rest added, at six per cent, per annum, the
titled to be retained by the assignee until the
Holes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE
je 20— 2a\v2w Assignee.
k SSHi.NKE'S OF SALE OF
VALIIBLE WEAL ESTATE IN CAMPBELL
COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of a decree of the District Conrl of
Ihe I lulled Slates for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered in the matter of Wm. H. Walker,
bankrupt, Ihe undersigned, assignee of said btlnk
rupi, will sell, at public auction, in the town of
Brookneal, Campbell county, to the highest bid
der, on
WEDNESDAY, THE ltrn DAY OF .TULY, 1871,
all the REAL ESTATE surrendered by Ihe said
bankrupt in his schedules, except the Mill and
Foundry, on Falling river, and ihe land thereto
attached. The said real estate consist of
Ist. A tract'of
EIGHTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND
more or less, adjoining the lown of lirooklieal,
on which there are valuable improvements, in
cluding a large nnd commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, Kitchen, necessary Out-Houses Orch
ards, Sic.
Tlie land is productive aud adapted to the cul
livalion of Com, Wheat, Tobacco, &c, and alto
gether, ihis is really a most valuable piece of
properly.
2d. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each iv the
town of Brookneal,(No. 21 and No. :u), and
Sd. One-half interest in three TOWN LOTS,
(Nos. 27, 2S and 2u) iv town of Brookneal, on one
ol which is situated a valuable TOBACCO FAC-
The said land is sold fr*s of all liens and en
cumbrance*, except the right of dower of the
bankrupt's widow
TERMS—One-half cash; resldne of purchase
money on a credit of six mouths, purchaser giv
ing bond, wilh approved security, and bearing;
Interest from day of sale, for the deferred pay
ment, and title retained until the purchase
A. BAKKSDALE, Jr., Assignee
of VV. H. Walker, Btakrupl
je is—2aw3w
WRAPPING PAPER may he had nl Ihis
OFFICE.
ASSIGNEE SALES.
By (irnbbs .V Williams, Auctioneer-.
Assignee's
AT AUCTION
» In compliance with a decree of Ihe United
Slates Coon for the Eastern Ilistrict of Virginia'
of June A, 1871, in Ihe matter of John C. Page
bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12T11 DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M, In front of the United Stales
court-house, In the city of Richmond,
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND,
situated in Cumberland county, Va., adjoining the
estate of N. Hill and others, known as "Auburn,"
WITH DWELLING AND OUTHOUSES.
A full description of the property will be given
on the day of snip.
TERMS—One-third cash; ihe balance <m a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser
to give miles for the deferred payments, wilh in
terest at six percent, added the title lobe re
tained by the assignee until the notes are paid.
Will 11. ALLDERDICE,
ie 20—2aw3w Assignee.
By (irublw le M illinilit, Auctioneers.
k SSKtVEES' SALIToF
list ACRESOF LAND IN ESSEX COUNTY,
VA., AX AUCTION.
In complin*oe wilh a decree of tin' United
State* t'ourt tor the Eastern District of Virginia,
of Jnne 9,1871, In the matlcrof Otwa.v Retinoids,
bankrupt, we will sell :tt anction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OE JULY, lsjTl,
lit 13 o'clock M., in front of tlie United Slides
court-house, in the city of Richmond, 11.12 acres
of land, in the county of Essex, comprising
THREE TRACTS, known as ROCKLAND,
DOVE'S NEST, nndWALKE'S, situated about
live miles from Mount Landing, and seven miles
from Tappahannoek.
It. is good land, well timbered and watered,
with dwellings and outhouses.
A full description of the property will be given
on the day of sale.
TEIIMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to
give notes for the deferred payment*, with six
per cent interest added, the title to lie retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
W. C. I.ATANE,
je 20—2a1w Assignees.
By Crulihs *r Williams, Auctioneers
k SSIGNEE&' SALE OF
2tw ACRES OF LAND IN OULPEPER COUN
TY, VIRGINIA, AT AUCTION.
Iv compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
01.111110.1,1871, in the matter of Maria Gibson.
bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAYOF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
court-house, In Ihe city of Richmond,
21X1 ACRES OF LAND
situated in the county of Culpeper, State of Vir
ginia., known as "Bonnie Doone," two miles
from Culpeper court-house, immediately on the
Orange and Alexandria railroad. This is valua
ble land. A full description will be fiiven on the
day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to
give notes for the deferred payments, with inter
est add", il at tho rate of six per cent, per annum ;
the title to be retained by the assignee until the
notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
.je2U—2aw,iw r . Assignee.
By Grubbs at William*, Auctioneers.
k SMGINFFN SALE OF
lu'O ACRES OF LAND IN CAROLINE COIFN
TY, A*A, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June fith, 1871, in the matter of A. S. Hundley,
bankrupt, I will sell at auction,
ON WEDNESDAY, 12th DAY OF JULY', 1871,
at 12o'clockM-, in front of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond, 120 ACRES
of land in Caroline county, Virginia, adjoining
the lands of J. Freeman, J. E. Bowers and others,
known as Needwood, on the main road leadiug
from Richmond to Fredericksburg, with dwelling
and out-houses thereon.
Also, FORTY ACRES' in the same county, in
which the bankrupt has a life interest.
Full description of these properties will be
given on the day of sale.
TERMS—One third cash; balance on a credit
of six and twelve months, tho purchaser to give
notes for the deferred payments with interest
added, at the rate of six per cent, jier annum.
The title to be retaind by the assignee until the
said notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
je t 2h—2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
k SSIGNEE'SSALE OF
BANKRUPT INTERESTS
IN LANDS IN CHARLES CITY (JOUNTY, VA.,
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June fi, 1671, in the matter of E. B. W. Apper
scn, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond, the follow
ing described property, belonging to the estate of
the said bankrupt:
No. I.—ONE-FIFTH OF SOU ACRES OF LAND
in James City county ;
No. 2.—LIFE INTEREST IN ONE-FIFTH OF
82U ACRES OF LAND in Charles City
county ;
No. :i—LIFE INTEREST IN 2<K) ACRES OF
LAND in Charles City county.
TERMS—No. 1 : One-third cash; the balance
at six and twelve months, the purchaser to give
notes for the deferred payments, wilh interest
added, at the rate of six per cent, per aniinni,
the title to be retained hy the assignee until the
notes are paid. For Nos. 2 and 8. cash.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
je 20—2aw:*w Assignee.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneer*-.
k SgfGNJSfi'S SALE OF
]•'( H U HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE
ACHES OF LAND IN BUCKINGHAM
COUNTY, VIRGINIA, .
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June Mb, 1871, in the matter of li. W- Ganua
way, bankrupt, I will sell at auction,
ON WEDNESDAY, 12th DAY OF JULY, 1671,
at 12 o'clock Iff., in front" of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond,
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF
LAND
in Buckingham county, adjoining the lands of W.
E. Gannawuy, Wm. Evaus and others ; also,
A LIFE INTEREST IN SEVENTY-VIVE
ACRES
in the same county l adjoining the lands of Dr.
Coleman and others.
Full description of these properties will In
given on the day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to
give notes for the deferred payments, with inter
est at 6 per cant, added, the title to be retained
by the assignee until the notes art* paid.
WM H. ALLDERDICE,
je 2t>—2aw;iw Assignee.
k SSIGMEE'SSALEOF
I*4Xl ACRES &W LAND IN TAZEWELL
COUNTY, VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance wiLh a decree of the District
Court of the United States tor the Western Dis
trict of Virginia, of April 29th, lh7l, in tlie mat
ter ot E. G. W. Harmon, bankrupt, 1 wdi sell al
auction, on
TUESDAY, THE Ist DAY OF AUGUST, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., at the front door of the court
house of Tazewell, county,
law ACRES OF LAND,
situated in the county of Tazewell, Stale of
Virginia, on the waters of Clem-fork of Wolf
creek, about 14 miles east of the court-house,
known as the Henry W. Dill's farm. This is a
valuable grazing farm, and lies upon one of the
finest trout streams in the state.
TERMS—One-fourth cash; ;uul thebalaiu-e on
a ereciit of twelve and eighteen months, the pur
chaser giving bond, with ample personal set-mm
ty, for the deferred payments, the title to Im? re
tained by the assignee unUl the whole of the pur
chase money shall have been paid.
jy S-4vwvw W. IV CECIL, Assignee
___ JLSSIGNEE SALES.
A'wiiuNEE's Sale of v\m \bi.i
LANDS IN KING AND U.UEF.N (X>l 'NTV
Ry virtue of an order of the District Court oi
the United States for the District of Virginia,
made the 4th day of April, IS7I, in the matter ol
S. O. Fauntleroy, a bankrupl, I shall, as assignee
of said bankrupt, sell at public auction, iv front
of X ing and Ojieen Court-House, on
THURSDAY, THE larH JULY. ISTI,
(that being eoiirl-dnv) ill 12 o'clock M., the foi
lowing REAL ESTATE surrendered by the said
bankrupt, to wit:
One undivided sixth of the tract of land called
"Fanners' Mount,'' which contains (ihe ontln
track) .',2,1 ACRES,and lies in King and Queen
county, adjacent to the Dunkirk Ferry property,
on the Mattaponi river in said county. The late
Dr. Moore G. Fauntleroy resided on this tract
in his lifetime. This Interest will be sold entire
ALSO,
The tract of land called "Glenwood," separated
from t lie above descrilMtl trac I by the public, road
leading from Dunkirk Ferry lo Newtown, and ly
ing only half a mile from t lie Ferry. This tract con
tains 702 acres, is the present residence of Dr. S. G.
l'aunllerov, anil will be sold entire, or in parcels,
as may seem most desirable on the day of sale.
These lands are very desirable. Any inform:!
lion respecting them will be furnished by the mi
dersigned, if applied by letter or otherwise.
Tkrms of Sale—Cash, as lo a sum sufficient to
defray the expenses of sole: as to the residue, upon
a credit of six, fifteen and twenty-four months,
in equal instalments, the purchaser to execute
blinds for the deferred payments, bearing In teres l
at six per cent, from the day of sale, the title lo
be retained until the purchase money is paid iti
lull, with power to re-sell in case any bond for
purchase money shall not be paid nt maturity.
J. H. C. JONES, Assignee.
SI. Stephen's Church, Va., May 30. 1871
Je 1.1—2:1 W3w
By 101. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer.
k WHM KALE OF
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN Ol' CLARKS
VILLE, VA.
Hy an order of the District Court of the United
States for the District of Virginia, 1 shall, us a
signee of Cliainberlayne Si Moss, expose for sale,
to tbe liighe--i bidder, at public miction, one ot
Hie best iiinl largest DISTILLERIES**. Virginia,
Willi fixtures complete, free from all liens and
incumbrances, in the town of Clarksville, Va.,
ON THE lorn DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871
TERMS—One-fourth cash; Ihe balance pay
able, with interest, twelve months after day of
sale. . J. M. OARRINGTiIN, Assignee
je Hi—2awtds of Chamberlayiu' & Moss.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE.
I will sell, on SATURDAY, the Bth day of
July, at Howardsv ille, one second-hand twenty
liorse-iwwerSTEAM ENGINE.
A i.s.i,
Six Acres of LAND, situated on Rockllsh river.
four miles above Howards* ille, suitable for a
mill seat.
TERMS—One-third cash: and the remainder
in six and nine mouths.
A. 11. TURNER, Assignee
je 22—:>aw:iw of M. 1). Elsom,
The above sale is postponed to SATURDAY,
the 15th day of July.
DAVID B. PARKER,
je ,-,—ids IT, s. Mar. E. D. of Va.
MARSHAL'S SALES.
No. 2M
MARSHAL'S sAI.E—By virtue of a writ ol
venditioni exponas, issued from the clerk's
ullice v. S. Ilistrict. Court and to me directed, I
shall proceed to sell at. public auction, for cash,
ON THE Sth DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at Perm's Store, Patrick county, Virginia, the
following property, to-wit i One hundred and
thirty (1.1(1) boxes MANUFACTURED TOHAC
CO.
Parlies desiring lo purchase are invited to lie
presenl.
DAVID B. PARKER,
U. S. Marshal Eastern District of Virginia.
Hy JOHN P. YEATMAN, Depnlj
Dated June 21st, 1871. je 20—101
HIiiALL FARMS FOR SALE.
pHABMINIiCOIM'KVSKATS FOR SALE
AT GUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED,
TWENTY MILKS HEI.OVV WASHINGTON,
AND FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON.
FACILITIES FOR
BOATING, SHOOTINO,
FISHING, AND
SURF BATHING,
ON SUNNYsIDE HAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRAZING LANDS
IIIGIi, ROLLING, HEAETRY.
UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUN
DRED ACRES.
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES,
AND RAILROAD IN REAR
ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE.
We want one hundred llrst-clas-s families, in
dir-lrious, temperate and enterprising. Noques
llons asked about religion or politic:-.
You can rajse every variety of Fruit, Lira sand
Grain.
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Marl and Mm k easily obtained
near the premises.
Direct and rapid shipment,,l all product* Not 111
by rail or water.
No one need fear excess h,al or cm,l night- ;
for fresh breezes come up ihe bay and temper I lie
atmosphere.
To persons of intellectual last.-s, ihe near vi
ciuity of the National Capital i of inestimable
value. It is near enough to Washington to allow
oue to do business there and be home at night;
or, in winter to reside in the city and have the
luxuries of a farm home.
We urge our Northern friends, not to go We> t,
nor far into the South In live in tlie wilderness,
till tliey have seen our beautiful region of the
Upper Potomac.
Come and see ii.-, here iv Virginia. Here you
will find true hearts ready to welcome you. So
ciety organized Willi Churches, Schools, Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries of
fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Here
you will lind the cheapest land on ihis continent,
and which is sure to increase rapidly in value-
Northern men of means are coining in rivpidy.
Lands from MS to #2.-i P»r acre, of excelb-ui
quality io improve, can be bough! on long time
Farms can be rented by those who wish to slay
a while to try the i limine.
Address
'•STATE JOURNAL" Ol I'HE,
ore
ISEi K. KNOX St KIRBY,
Real Estate Agents,
ap 12—11 Alexandria, Va

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