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FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 7. Wi.
IN SOLO DEO SAM'S.
by j. sr i i.muxr.
Art thou low and sick and ,hear> !
Is the spirit sunk and weary
Willi Its tight against Ihe ills of life thai ■ eem to
fill the air?
(lird thy loins once more and try —
The stout heart wins the % iclori,
Hut never dark despair.
Does temptation strong approach thee
ltoes some secret wrong reproach thee
With its conscience-voice aceusingjlev of nior
than thou canst bear?
before high heaven cleanse thy hiva-t:
"Go, sin no more," and thou'lt find rest,
Hut never In despair.
Have dark clouds thy life o'ershaded ?
Have thy bright holies waned and faded
In the mist that seemed to shroud from thee th
beautiful and fair?
Oh. think! the morning follows night,
llehind the darkest cloud is light-
Hut never in despair.
Has death's icy band bereft thee?
Have thy dear ones slept and left thee.
Far to wander In the spirit land where never ci
ters can'?
Well, seek the One lo be thy guide.
And you may yet live side by side :
But hot if you despair.
Has thy love of man grown chary !' a
Has thy trust In him grown wary ?|
Hast thou coldly turn'd a deafen d car to sin's re
pentant prayer!
Think that none can enter Heaven
Who has not others' sins forgiven,"
And saved lliein from despair. .
Art thou old, and grey, and drooping ?1
Is thy form with years' weight stooping ?
Art thou hastening to the realms of death, and
fear to enter there ?
Then think of life beyond the grave,
Believe in Mercy's power to save,
And cast away despair.
The, complaint misers generally die of, is
tightness! ol the chest.
Froude says, "Thought is but a poor
business compared to action."
Two things are sublime, said linnianuel
Kant, the human conscience and the stars.
Bulfalo has a Shetland pony, one week
old, which is twenty inches high, and
weighs fifteen pounds.
A barber, who was sued byayoungman
for cutting off his moustache, put in a plen
that he didn't sec it.
A Hibernian orator, speaking of suicide,
said : The only way to stop it is to make
it a capital offence punishable with death.
"Shall I cut this loin of mutton saddle
wise?" said a gentleman. "No," said
one of the guests, "cut it bridlewise, for
then 1 may have a chance to get a bit in
An idle man once asked a coal merchant
what a peck of coal, multiplied by eight,
divided by four, with a ton added to tlicin
and a bushel substracted, would come to.
"Well," said the coal merchant, "if yon
burn 'em they'll come to ashes."
"You'd better look out for your Kttss's
feet above here, mister," said a ragged boy
to a Redding traveler. "Why?" said the
gentleman, nervously pulling up. "Cos
there's a fork in the road there," was tlie
"If you will only do wrong and be sorry
for it you will go to Heaven," is extensive
ly quoted as the last remark of an Indian
who was hanged recently in California.
"You here, Jenkins ! How the deuce did
you find your way out ?" "Find my wav
out! Out of where. What do you mean t"
"Why, the last T saw you you were lost-
in slumber." "Oh—ah! well, I rode out
An Irishman having jumped into the wa
ter to save a man from drowning, upon lv
ceiving a quarter from the person as a re
ward for the service, looked first at the
money and then at him, and at last ex
claitrfed: "I'm overpaid for the job."
The mayor of St. Joseph, Mo., gave per
mission to a citizen to kill two dogs which
annoyed him, and the next morning the
mayor found two of his own dogs dead,
with his own warrant ol' permission for
their killing pinned on the bodies. Though
lie hasn't exactly got the hydrophobia, that
mayor is mad.
The San Francisco Bulletin comes to the
conclusion that to a mini of leisure, or a
wiiii ian of considerable endurance, a visit to
the Yosemite Valley is not an unprofitable
mode of spending a fortnight, as it recon
ciles you to the comforts of home, and
shows you how grand nature can be, and
how small man is m his sellishness and love
of pilfering.
The Cukcttlio Mastered.—For
many years past the curculio has been an
almost unconquerable enemy of the fruit
grower, and not a few have cut down their
plum trees as cumberers of the ground, not
receiving any returns from them. A writer
in the Ohio 'Farmer says : "I have remain
ing a few nice trees, left standing for orna
ment and shade, and year after year these
trees have bloomed and set full, but in spite
of every effort, until the present season,
not a quart of ripe fruit was received.
While the trees were in full bloom last
spring, my wife determined to try tm ex
periment upon one of them, which she did,
and it resulted more favorably than could
have been expected. Early every morn
ing, while in bloom, corn meal was strewn
over the ground beneath the branches ami
the whole flock from the poultry yard al
once set to work to gather up the particle.
-of grain. Thejground was daily thoroughly
scratched over, and meal, insects, and every
thing to the fowls edible gathered up. Later
in the scason|a brood of chickens were coop
ed beneath the tree, and the operation ol
sowing meal continued. This operation
was not omitted for a day, from the time ol
tlie putting forth of the trees until the plums
were beyond the reach of the little pests,
Now for the result. This tree, and this alone,
was loaded with fruit, as perfect as could
be desired. So heavily were the limbs
ladened that props had to be used all around
the tree. I really believe there were more
and better plums upon this tree than in all
the township, and 1 am almost disposed to
say all the county. Not a plum matured
on any other tree on my premises, and all
are of the same variety as the one saved."
Deep ok Shallow Cci/tdke.—A
correspondent of the (lermantown Tektpaph
writing from lowa, concerning the short
crop in that section, resulting from the
drought which prevailed there during the
past summer, gives an account of an experi
ment having for its object the deteiTuination
of the question whether, deep or shallow
culture is best for corn. The land being
prepared as usual, a portion of it was
ploughed deep during the growing season,
which was extremely dry; aud another
portion was plowed shallow. The latter
turned out much the best. If land is deep
far pulverized preparatory to planting, it
does not require deep culture; for corn or
any other crop. Shallow culture, sufficient
to keep down weeds and grass, is sufficient.
Winter Rye is a good crop for soiling.
Perhaps it is the best tor worn lands, as it
flourishes better on a poor soil than any
cereal or grass. If clover wont "take," try
rye, and enrich the soil for the clover lo
Rennet.—ln preparing rennet for cheese
it is very important that none which is in
the slightest degree impure Of lainledsliotild
be used. The least taint multiplies itself
and infects the whole batch.
POTATO Buus ale accused ol |m.i ..i
--ing sheep. The sheep lake the poison by
biting the bugs whicd tick iv their fleeces.
The International Workiogmens' Asso
cinlion was formed to afforda central medi
um of communication and cooperation be
tween working-men's societies existing in
different countries, and aiming at the pro
tection, advancement, and emancipation • f
the working classes. It is composed of
separate and distinct associations or "sec
tions," as they are called in the lnterna
-11, it nil, any number of which may exist in
one city. All the sections of a country
unite in forming a branch, and every coun
try where the international exists is desig
nated as a "section." Every branch is en
titled to send a delegate to the International
Congress (which names its own time and
place of mooting), nntl an additional dele
gale for each additional 500 members.—
Rich society is regularly assessed with
tun cents in this country ami one penny
abroad on every affiliated member, to defray
the expenses of a General Council, consist
ing of- workingincn belonging to the dillcr
ctit countries represented in the Interna
tional Association, which forms tin interna
tional agency between the different
cooperating associations, so that the work
igmen in every country can be informed of
ie movements of their class tlirouglioiil
ie world. Questions of general interest
looted in one society are discussed in all,
ud when immediate practical steps are
eeessnry, as in the case of international
tiarrels, the action of the associated socie
ties is simultaneous and uniform. When
ever opportune, the General Council also
takes the initiative in proposals to be laid
liefore the different national nnd local socie-
The platform of the International is to
the effect that the struggle for the emanci
| pation of the work ing classes is not for daw
j privileges and monopolies, but for equal
rights and duties, and the abolition of class
I rule. Kconomical subjection of the laliorer
to the monopolizer of the means of labor lies
at the bottom of servitude, social misery,
menial degradation, ami political depen-
J (fence. Therefore the economical enianci
! pation of the working classes is the great
end to which every political movement
I ought to be subordinate as a means. All
i ollorts aiming at that end had hitherto failed
from the want of solidarity between the
• divisions of labor in each country, and from
the absence of union between the working
classes of different countries. The emanci
pation of labor is regarded as neither a local
nor a national, but a social problem, em
bracing all countries where modern society
exists, and depending for its solution on the
concurr—ue, practical and theoretical of the
most advanced countries.
It is a noticeable feature of the meetings
of the International in- New York thai,
while the French, Germans, or foreigners
generally adhered to the subject ih.tt
brought them together, viz : Labor against
Capital, and spoke with vigor and earnest
ness, the Americans, as a rule, theorized
and speculated, and sought to inflict their
peculiar hobbies upon the Association, un
til exclamations of dissent from the more
conservative and practical foreigners warn
ed them to desist.
A rule of tlie Association forbids any
member obtaining personal prominence by
reason of his connection with it. Fortius
and other reasons, the ollice of President
lias been abolished, and at every meeting a
temporary chairman is elected. This rule
was made to prevent designing and ambi
tious men using the Association for selfish
CIENERAL NEWS.
Senator Morton has been made an 1.1..
1), by theNoitliwestern Christian luivir
sity.
The New Haven Germans are forming
anti-temperance societies lor the protection
of their lager.
A Yallandighani memorial meeting was
held in Nashville on Saturday, which was
largely attended by men of all parties.
Moron, the man who killed a police
officer in Stoughton, Massachusetts, has
been sentenced to the State prison for life.
Nightingales have made their appearance
in unusually large numbers in Germany
this spring, in the country of the lower
Three men have been arrested in Albany,
New York, charged with throwing a man
and a woman from a boat and drowning
them.
A shark caught off Charleston had a
pair of boots, a scalp, two cannon-balls,
and a package of Sunday-school tickets in
his stomach.
That ancient marine, Capt. Maury, has
ceased permanently going down lo sea, and
lias cast anchor as President of the Univer
sity of Alabama.
Attorney General Akerinan has returned
to Washington. It is reported that he will
go to (ieorgia again during the summer to
spend a few weeks.
I ie corner-stone of a $50,000 monument
ie Confederate dead of Georgia is to be
in Augusta on the 17th of October, the
versary of General l.cc's death.
is. Samuel Colt, of Hartford, widow of
amous inventor of revolving aims, is
it to erect a costly monument, it is
, over the neglected grave of ex-(iov
r Seymour.
Berlin letter states that the Prussian
niiilies are contemplating a general e.x
lge of the needle-gun lor the chassepot;
the introduction of the bronze cannon
■ad of the cast-steel.
. S. Mallory, ex-Secretary of the Con
rate navy, (it is a long time since wo
d of him,) has just returned to his
c in Pensacola, Florida, tiller an ah
e of several months in the West.
lie propeller Maine, bound from, Chi
i to Ogdensburg, New York, exploded
boiler Tuesday night, killing tin- on
er, a passenger, and a fireman, and se
ly scalding several others.
tie colony of Swedes in Aroostook
ity, Maine, is declared to be a great
ess. There are now (i:t(l Swedes there,
were brought over through the exer
< of the State immigration agent, and
0 more are expected during the present
General Joseph K. Johnston delighted
his old friends in Montgomery, Alabama,
by a visit last week, looking in better
health and younger by ten years than he
did seven years ago. Living under a "ty
ranical government" apparently has not
greatly harmed him.
Miss Woodward, tit work in the weaving
rooms at the Fast Village mills, at Webster,
Mass., while combing her hair, gave it a
loss back, and it was caught by a rapidly
revolving shaft directly over her head, and
she was drawn up to it. and the scalp started
and was taken oil' clean. The movable
skin of the head, from her eyebrows round
over the ears to the back of her head ('.own
ns far as the hair goes, was pulled right oil',
hair and all, but the girl did not lose her
consciousness at all, and is doing well.
~ BANKRUPT NOTICES.
IN Tin; UISTItItT CO! 111' OF IHE UNI
TED STATES for the District of Virginia.
In lbs matter of Ferguson .\ Deyer, bankrupts -
in bankruptcy.
To Whom it Mnv Concern- The iindersigasd,
A. Meade Smith, of Norfolk county, Virginia,
hereby gives noUo» of his appointment osasslaiiea
of the estate of Ferguson i Deyer, of Southamp
lou county, in said district, win, were. outhe:kl
day of May, I*7l, adjudged a;i,aiiUru'pt on their
iivtlilorv petition hv tin* lle-trL-l v'oon cf - ml
district. A MEADE SMITH,
jy 7— FSW A ssigii cc .
WltU'l-IMi I'tl'KK mil) he hint til ll.is
nreii re.
PUBLIC LANDS.
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. St
S<
By virtue at the provisions of the fourth arti
cle of the treaty between the United States of ai
America anil Hie Kansas tribeof Indians, conclu- T
del tlctober 5, 1860, ratified by Ihe Senate June
27, IsiiO, and proclaimed by the President Novem- tr
Ist 17, 1860, and acting under the direction of tile ..,
Secretary of the Interior, 1 hereby in\ite settled u<
proposals tor the purchase of all ihe lands here- w
matter described, to wit: G
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. "r
KANSAS I lit ■ I LANDS.
Lots 5 and li NWK, SWH Sec. 25. Lots 7 and "
sNEII, Lots 5 and «NW Si and sit Sec. 20. Lots {•
7 and s NEH, Lois 5 andii KWSi aud SM Sec. 27. l ]
Lots 7 and 8 NEH, Lots 5 and 0 NWH and SM "
Sec. 2S. Lots 7 and S NE'., Lois 6 aud GNWH '
and SM Sec. 29. Lots 18 and l» NEK, Lots 28, 21 V
aud22NW'.i and SEM, and Lois 2.', and 24, 23 and
20, and 27 and 2s SIVi, Sec. 88. Whole „| Sec- *
li, ins 31, 32, 88,34 and 35, W M Sec. 3d. All in Town c:
14. Ranges. a
Lot 5 NEH, LoteJTWUand SM Sec. 25. Lot rt
6 N EU. Lot 0 KWSi and SM Sec. 26. Lot 6 NEH, "
Lot 6 NW*; and SH Sec. 27. Lot 5 NEH, Lots
NWH and SM Sec 2s. SEM and EH BWfc Sec. c ,
29. LotSNEH Lots (land 7 NWS, mid S>t Sec. '
38. WM NEH tImINWH fri. Sec. 31. NWS* S <;
EH, Sit SEH, SWH, fri. Sec. 31. NEK, NEH "
HVIi, SM N«''.iiniilSWS, Sec 32. NM NEH '•
NWH and WM SEH Sec. 33. NEH and SM Sec. "
34. Whole of sections 35 and 3:). All in Town. "
14. Range 9. „ '
Lot 6 NEH, and Lot 0 NWH Sec. 25. Lot :. N "
EH and Lot 6 NWH and SM Sec. 20. Lot 6NE "
■a, Lot NWM and SM Sec. 27. Lot 5 NEH, lLot »
1: NW H and SM Sec. 20. Lot 6 NEH Lot 0 NWK „
and SM Sec. JB. Lot 5 NEH Lot (I NWH and SM
Sec. 89. Lot 6 NEH, Lots 6 and 7 NWH and SM ™
fri Sec. 88. Whole of sections 31, 32, 83 and 34, a
NM and SWM See. 36. SEH Sec. 30. All in
Town 14. Range 19. \;
Lot 8, Lot. 9 SEM and SIVSi Sec. 29. Lol 6 N
EH. Lot 0N W H and SM Sec. 3s. Whole of sec- •'
Hon 31. Lot 8 NEH, WM and Lol 0 SEH Sec. 32. «
All in Town 14. Range It. .
EH Lot 1 and Lot 2 NEH and NWH fri. and S "
WH SEH Sec. 1. Whole of sections 2, 3, 4 and 5, «
NEH Lots 13,14,15, Id, 17 and 18 NWH, NWH
SEH and SWH SEH and Lots 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 «
and 25 SWH Section 6. WM NEH, Lots 11, 12, {-
13, 11, 13 and 16, WM SEH and Lots 17,18,19, 20, ['
21 and 22 Section 7. NM, SEH and EM SWH "
Section s. Whole of Section 9. NM, SEH. NEH
SWH, WM SWH Sec. 10. Whole of Section 11. a
NWH. EM SEH and NWH SWH Sec. 12. EM, \
NEH SWH, SM SWH Section 13. NWH Sec. 14. v
NEH, and WM NWH Section 15. Whole of Sec- o
tiolllo. NEH, NEH NWH, EMSEH and WM
SWH Section 17. Wlloleof Section 18. Lots 12,
13 and 14, and NMSEH Seel ion 19. NEH.WH "
NWH and EM SEH Section 28. Whole of Sec
tion 21. SWH Section 22. NEH NEH, SM NEH,
SEH and EH SWH Section 23. Whole of Sec
tion 24. NM, SEH, and NM SWH Section 25.
N M N M SEH and SW H Section 20. N M NWH,
SWH NWH, and WM SW H Section 27. Whole
of Section 28. EM NEH Section 29. Lots 11 and
ltl NWH and Lots 2S and 21 SWH Section 3U. -
Whole of Section 31. SM NWH,NWH SEH, SM
SEH and SWH Section 32. NM NEH,SEH NEH
and NEH NWH Section 33. WM NWH and
NWH SWH, SEH SWH Section 34. WX NEK 1
and NM NW H, SEH NWH and NWH SEH, SM 1
SEH Section 35. EM,and SWH Section 30, allin 1
Town 15, Ranges.
Whole of sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, SEH, and NEH
SWH, SM SWH Sec. 6. NWH undNMLot2 1
SWH Sec. 11. EM, and SM Lots 1 and 2 NWH, 1
and SWH Sec. 7. Whole of sections of S, S, 10, 1
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS, 19, 28, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, •
20, 27 and 28. NM, SEH and NEH SWH, SM ,
SW H Sec. 29. NM, NWH SEH, and SWH Sec.
30. WM See. 31. Whole of Sections 32, 33, 34 and
36, all in Town 1.1. Range 9. 1
SEH and NEH SW *, S'-i SWH Sec. 1. Lot 2 ,
NEH, NW H and SM SEH Sec. 2. Whole of sec- 1
tions 3, 3, 6, 6, 7 and 8. WM NWH and WM SWM 1
Bee o SEH Section IS. Whole of Sections 11,
12,13, 13 and 15. EM and EM SWH Sec. 10. WM
NEH, NWH and NM SWH Sec. 17. Whole of
Section 18. WM NEH.NM SEH and WM Sec. 19.
SE 1 ., NEH and SEH Sec. 20. Whole of Sections
21, 22. 23, 24, 26, 20, 27, 28 and 29. EM NEH, Lot
2 NWH, NEH SEH.SM SEM Sec. 30. NEH and
SEH Sec. 81. Whole of Sections 32, 33, and 34.
WM NEH and NWH Sec. 35. NEH and SM
Sic. 30, all in Town 15, Range, 10.
Lot 0 N EM aud Lots 7 and s and SM NWH and
Lot 6 SEH and SWH Sec. 6. Whole of Sections
oand7. Lot 5, WM, and Lot 0 SEH Sec. 8. Lot
6 NEH, WM, and Lot 0 SEH Sec. 17. Whole
pf Sections 18 and 10. Lot 5 NEH, WM, and Lot
« SEH. Sec. 28. Lot 5 NEH, WM, and Lot OSEH
Sec. 29. Whole of Sections 30 and 31. Lot 6
NEH, WM, and Lot o SEH Sec. 32, all in Town
15, Range 11.
Whole of Section 1; EM Sec. 2, EM Lot 2,
NWH See. 3. WM Lot 1, NWH Sec. 4. NEH
fri., NWH lrl., SWH, WM SEH Sec. 5. Lots 13
and 14, EM Lot 21, WM Lot 21 NEH. Lots 15,
lfl, 17,18, 19 and 20 NW H and SEH, and Lots 22,
23, 24, 25, 26, 27 SWH Sec. 6. EM, Lots 13, 14,15,
16,17 and Is NWH and Lots 19,20,21 and 22 SWH
Sec. 7. SM NEH, NWH NWH and SM Sees.
Whole of Section 9. SWH NEH and NWH
NWH, SM NWH, WM SEM and SWH Sec. 10.
' NEH NEH Sec. 11. WM NWH and SM SEH
Sec. 12. EM NEH Sec. 13. SWH NEH Sec 15.
Whole of Sections 10, 17 and IS. NM NEH. Lot
119 NEH and Lots 13, 14, 15, 10,17 and IS NWH
1 Sec 19. NM NEH, Lot 1 NEH, NM NWH, Lot 2
NWH Sec. 28. NM NWH, Lol 2 NWH Sec. 21.
Lot 1 NEH and Lot 2NW H Sec. 22. Lot 1 NEH
: and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 23. Allin Township 10,
Range 8.
WM Lot land Lot 2 NWM, and WM SWH
Sec. 1. Whole of Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5. WM
Sec. 6. SM Lots 1 and 2 SWH Sec. 7. Whole of
Sections S, 9, 10 aud 11. WM NWH Sec. 12. EM
NEH and EM SEH Sec. 13. Whole of Sections
15, 10 and 17. NWH, EM SEH, and Lot 2 SWH
Sec. IS. NEH NEH, Lot 4, NEH Sec. 19. NM
1 NEH, Lot 1 NEH and NM NWH, Lot 2 NWH .
Sec. 21. NM NEH, Lot 1 NEH andNM NWH,
. Lot 2NW H Sec. 22. NM NEH, Lot 1 NEH, NM
NWH and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 23. NEH NEH Sec.
24. All in Township 10, Range 9.
Whole of Section 1. EM Lot 2 and EM Lot 11
1 NEH and SEH Sec. 2. WM Lots 1 and 2 NEH
1 and WM Sec. 3. Whole of Sections 4 and 5. EM,
' EM Lots 1 and 2 NWH and Lot 1 SWH Sec. 0.
EM, Lot 1 NWH and SWH Sec. 7. Whole of
Section 8. NM NEH, SWH NEH, and WM Sec.
t 9. SEH, and SEH SWH Sec. 19. Whole of Sec
tions 11, 12,13, 14 and 13. SM NEH and SM Sec.
' 10. NM.andNM SWH, SWM SWH Sec. 17.
1 Wlloleof Section IS. Lotsl ands NEH and Lots
2, 3, and 4, Sec. 19. NEH, Lot 1 NWH and EM
and Lot 3 SEH Sec. 20. Whole of Sections 21, 22,
* 23, 24, 25, 20, 27 and 28. EM NEH, Lot 3 NEH
1 and EM SEH, Lot 4 SEH Sec. 29. EM NEH and
. Lot 3 NEH and EM SEH, Lst 4 SEH Sec. 32.
Whole of Sections 33, 34, 35 and 30. All in Town,
10, Range 18.
.1 Lots 7 and 8 NEH, Lots 9 and 10 andSM NWH,
I Lois 5 and 0 SEH and SWH Sec. 5. Whole ol
Sections 6 and 7. Lots 5 and 0 NEH, WM, and
5 Lots 7 and S SEH Sec. 17. Whole of Sections IS
and 19. Lots 5 and 0 NEH, WM, and Lots 7 and
8 Sec. 28. - Lots 6 and 6, NWH, and Lots 7 and 8
t SEH Sec. 29. Whole of Section 30. WM Sec. 31.
c. Lots 5 and 6 NEH, WM, and Lots 7 and 8 SEH
„ Sec. 32. All In Town, 18, Range 11.
Whole of Sections 1, 2 and 3 NEH, SEH, and
EM SWH Section 4. Lots 1, 2 and 3 NEH and
,(• Lot 4 SEH Sec. 5. EM NEH, EM SEH, Lot 2
SEH Sec. S. WholeofSections9,loandll. NM,
8 NM SEH and SWH Sec. 12. WMSec.l3. Whole
S of sections 14, IS and 10, EM NEH, Lot 1 NEH,
.. EM SEM, Lot 2 SEH, Sec. 17. EM NEH, Lot 1
NEH, EM SEH, Lot 2 SEH Sec. 20. NM, NM
SEH and NM SWH Sn. 21. Whole of sections
„ 22 and 23. NWH NEH, SM NEH, NWH and SM
Section 24. NM and SWH Sec. 25. Whole ol
; " section 20. NEH, and NM and SWH Sec. 25.
,; Whole of section 20. NEH, and NEH NWH
n Sec. 27. EM NEH, EM SEH, Lot 2 SEH Sec. 29.
NEH NEH Sec. 33. All in Town, 17, Range 18.
Lots 5 and 9 NEH, Lots 6, 7 and 8, NWH, Lots
~ IS and 11 SEH and Lot 12 SWH Sec. 5. EM Lots
1 and 2 NEH and EM SEM Sec. 0. EM NEH Sic.
c 7. Lots 5 and 0 NEH, NWH, Lots 7 and 8 SEH
is and SWH Sec. 8. Lots 5 and 6 NEH, NWH,
„ Lois 7 and 8 SEH and EM SWH Sec. 17. SWH
Sec. 19. Lots 5 and 6 NEH, NM NWH and Lois
7 and s SEH Sec. 20. Lots 5 and 0 NEH and
y. Lots 7 and S SEH Sec. 29. WM NEH and NWH
1 Sec. 3S. Lots 5 and 0 NEH Sec. 32. All in Town,
" 17, Range 11.
1- Lot 0, NWH Sec. 5, in Town, 18, Rauge 11.
KANSAS niMIMSIIEU RESERVATION.
Lot 20 NEH, Lots 21, 22, and 23 NWH, SEH,
k and Lois 24, 25, 20, 27, 28 and 28 SWH Sec. 19.
lt Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 NWH and SM Sec. 20. Lot 4
II NEH,Lot3NWH aiidS.M Sec. 21. Lot4NEH,
-', Lot 3 NWH and SM Sec. 22. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3
I-- NWH Sec. 23. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 NWH Sec. 24.
,1 Whole of Sections 27, 28, 29, NEH Lots 13, 14, 15,
" 10,17 and IS NWH, SEH. Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
it and 24 SWH Sec. 30. NEH, Lots 13,14, 15, 10, 17
and 18 NWH, SEH, Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 21
. SWH Sec. 31. Whole of Sections 32, 33 and 34.
''I All in Town 10, Range 8.
I Lot 6 NEH, Lot 0 NWH Sec. 19. Lot 4 NEH,
... Lot3NWH Sec. 20. Lot 4 NEH, Lol 3 NWH
Sec. 21. Lot 4 NEH, Lol 3 NWH Sic. 22. Lol 4
"J NEH, Lot 3 NWH Sec 23. Lol 4 NEH, Lot 3
, r - NWH Sec. 24. All ill Town, 10, Range 111.
,t Lot 0 NEH, Lot 7 NWH Sec. to. Lot 5 NEH,
Jl Lot 0 NWH, Lot 4 SEH Sec. 20. Loll NEH,
Lot 2 SEH Sec. 29. Lot 1 NEH, Lot 2 SEH Sec.
~ 32. All in Town, 16, Range 10.
5 Whole of Sections:!, 4 and 6. Lots 13, II and 21
r i NEH, Lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 21l NWH, SEM
il and Lots 22, 23, 21. 25. 20 and 27 SWM Sec. 0
!.. NEH, Lots, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17 and IS NWH, SEH,
■', Lots 19, 211. 21, 22, 23 and 24 SWH Sec. 7. Whole
"I of Sections 8, 9, 1(1, 13, 11,15, 10, 17. NEH., Lots 13,
xl 14,14,16, 17 and 18 NWH, SEH, Lots ft, 20, 21,
1.. 22, 23, 24 SWH Sec. IS. NEH, Lots 13, 14, 15, 10,
1 17, IS, NWM, SEM, Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 SWH
ia Sec. 19. Whole of Sections 20, 21, 22,23, 21, 25, 20,
II 27, 28, 29 NEH. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 NWH,
V SEH. Lots 19, 211, 21, 22, 23, 24 SW'i Section 3(1.
' NEH, Lots 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 18 NWH, SEH, Lots
■'1' 19,20,21, 22, 23, 24 SWH Section 31. Whole of
Section* 82, 33, 34, 35, 86. All in Town. 17,
— Range 8.
Whole ol Sections 10,17,18,19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 98,
29, 30, 31, 32, S3, 34. All ill Town. 17, Range 9.
Lot 6 NEH, Lot 5 SEH Sec. 5. Lot 4 NEH,
*• Lot 8 SEH Sec. 3. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 SEH Sec.
17. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3SEH Sec. 20. Lot 4 NEH,
~~ Lot 3 SEH Sec. 29. Lot 4 NEH, Lot 3 SEH Sec.
32. All ill Town. 17, Range 111.
d. Lot 3 andNM NEH, Lot 4 andNM NWM Sec.
»• 1. Lot 3 andNM NEH, Lot 4 and NM NWH
"• Sec. 2. Lot 3 and NM NEH, Lot 4 andN M NW H
PJ See.S, Lot 3 andNM NEH, Lot 4 and NM NWH
'•" Sec. 4. Lot 3 and NM NEH,Lot4and NH NWH
il' Sec. 5. Lol 31 and NM NEH, Lots 24, 25, 20, 27,
' ll 28, 29, 3d NWM Sec. 6. All in Town. IS, Range s.
Lot 6 and NM NEH, Lot 0 and NM NWH Sec.
I Lol 5 and NM NEH, Lot 0 aud NM NWH
Sec '.'. LOtoandNM NEM.LoI 6 andNM NWH
i- Sec. 3. Lot Sand NM NEH, Lot 0 and NM NWM
1 Sec.4. Lot6andNMNS*,Lot6,andNMNW!«i
PUBLIC LANDS.
Sec 6. Lot « and NX NEH, Lots 7, 6, », 10NW*
Sec. 6 All In Town. 18. Range ».
I.oi li NE I *. Lot.s 6 and 7 NWSi Sec. 6. Lots 8 ,
and 4 NEH, Lots .', anil li NWM Sec. 6. An In 1
Town. 18, Kain-e In V
Such proposals muffl l»e uiade for parcels or
tracts not exceeding in any case one hundred and
sixty acres each. Should any proposal lw for any
tract having npon tt Improvements of any kind ot
which were made by or for the Indian* or for V
(iovei-iiinent pnt-iioses, Ihe pro|>osals therefor T
must -tate the price hid for the land and for the I
improvements separately.
These lands comprise the unsold portion of
what are known as tlie Kansas Indian Trust
Lands, and also all thai portion of the Kansas p
Indian Diminished RmerraUoa hint-outside of tl
ll xterior boundary line of Ihe lands assigned tl
Insevemlly to members of the tribe under the ft
pi,i\ Iston of the aforesaid treaty. ■
All bids niiisi be accompanied by the deposit of li
a sum equal to ten (H-r centum of the amount of w
each bid, which sum, ill case the land is awarded ir
and balance not paid, will he forfeited by the bid- p
der Should any bid be rejected the sum deposi- ki
ted will lie returned to the proiier l«vrty. k
patents will be Issued and transmitted b» pur- si
chasers as soon after full payment as practicable, ir
Payments must be made in cash, or such certifl- ir
cates of Indebtedness of Aw Kansas tribe of In- Is
ilians. Issued by she Commissioner of Indian Af- ti
fain for the debts of said Indians, a-s are made W
i*eceivable as cash by the provisions of the amen- ti
ded second (2d) article of the treaty of March 13, r»
1861 to the amount for which they were issued, o
in payment for lands that may be purchased out n
of ihnt portion of said Reservation commonly
known as "Trust Lands."
All lands purchased from that portion of the t<
"Diminished Reservation ' herein olt'ered for sale n
must he paid for in cash. The rig-lit to reject any ci
and till bids is expressly reserved. tl
All bids must be sealed and addressed to the
Commissioner of Indian Atfairs, and indorsed
"Hiils for Kansas Indian Trust Lands," or "Hide -
for Kansas Diminished Reserve Mods," as the
case may be.
Persons or parties whose bids arc accepted will
he notified ol such acceptance as soon thereafter J
as practicable. \
If within forty dais after such notice has been
ditlv mailed payment in full is not made to the
Commissioner of Indian Alfnirs of the amount
hid, the land for which such bid was made will
he again subject to sale.
Deposits to accompany bids may lie made in
any public depository of the United States or sol- S
vent National Hank, evidenced by a certificate of b
deposit transferred to E. S. Parker, Commissioner t
of Indian AflVilrs, Washington, 1). C. f
Hiils will be received until the 2.">lh day of July
next, after which, nssoon as praelieable.'lhey will f
be opened ,\nmined and acted upon.
II R . CLUM,
Actiuff Commissioner. '
Washi.-i +'■*, T>. o.,May 18,1871. je3—U2» 5
ASSIGNEE SALES.
A SSIGNEE"* SALE OF
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
Dy virtue of an order of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, 1
will sell, a* assignee of Wm. E. Patterson, bank
rupt, at Appomattox court-house, Virginia, on
THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1871,
at auction,a tract of laud containing 472AORES,
lying in the county of Appoinattox, Va., on the
main road lending from Appomattox C. H- to New .
Store. This land will be sold free from liens and ]
enciuuhitino,^.
TERMS OF BALE—One-third cash ; balance a
credit of three and six months, equal instalments,
purchaser giving bonds with approved security,
title to be retained until ihe whole of purchase
mi vis paid THOS. E. CIIHHS,
jy S—!!a\v:i\v Assignee.
a ■aasmeva sale of
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
Hy virtue of tin order of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, I ,
win sell, as assignee of Thos. H. Harvey, bank- '
rupt, at Concord Depot, Campbell county, Va.,
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1671,
al auction, a tract of land containing-124 ACRES,
lying in ihe county of Campbell, Virginia, three
miles from Concord Depot, adjoining the hinds of
Thos. H. Jones tllul others.
TERMS (IF SALE- One-third cash; balance a
credit of six and twelve months, equal instal
ments, purchaser giving bonds with approved se
curity, title retained until the whole of purchase
money is paid. THOS. E. COBBS,
Jjr (j—2avv:lw Assignee.
A SMI;.NEK'S SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Hy virtue of an order of the United States Dis
trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, I
will sell, as assignee of Richard W. Forrest, bank
rupl, at Halifax courl-liouse, Va., on
! MONDAY", JULY 24, IS7I,
• tit auction, a tract of land containiuu; 116 ACRES,
■ lying in the county of Halifax, on the waters of
i Staunton river, and adjoining the lands of Thus.
Marshall, deed, ami others.
Also,
lat tlie same time and place, the bankrupt's IN
TEREST in the estate of A. W. Forrest, deed.
TERMS OF SALE—Cash, sulllcieiit to pay
,-ost and expenses, of sale; and the balance on a
; ,credll of six and twelve months, equal instal
ments, purchaser giving bonds with approved .-.,,
--, curity. THOS. E. COBBS,
iv it —law2w Assignee.
, A SSIGNEE'S RE-SALE OF
' VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
f By virtue of an order of the United States Dis
trict Co.urt 10l- the Eastern District of Virginia, I
'_ will re-sell, us assignee of Wm. G. Coleman, bank
rupt, at Apiioinattox court-house, Virginia, on
TIII'RSDAY, JULY" 27, 1871,
■ t a tract of land containing 227 ACRES, lying in
the county of Appoinattox, Va., near Evergreen.
j TERMS OF SALE— -One-third cash; balance a
, credit of six and twelve months, equal iustal
,' incuts, purchaser gi\ lag bonds with approved se
' (rarity, title retained until the whole of purchase
money is paid, TIKIS. E. COBBS,
'i jy t ; —lawtlw Assignee.
A A SSIGNEK'S RE-SALE OF
a YALI 'ABLE HEAL ESTATE.
l - By virtue of an order of the United Stales llis
« trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, 1
will resell, as assijn of P. O. Wingfleld, bauk-
rupt, at. Appomattox court-house, Virginia, on
2 THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1871,
l * tit auction, a tract of land containing2oo ACRES,
, lying in tin- county of Appomattox, Virginia,
'j near Evergreen.
* TISRMS OF SALE—One-third cash; balance a
, credit of six and twelve months, equal iustal-
J. iiients, purchaser giving bonds with approved se
curity, title retained until the whole of purchase
£ money is paid. THOS. E. COBBS,
jy 6—lnw.tw Assignee.
SSKiMSES' H E-SALE OF
15 LAND IN THE TOWN OF DANVILLE, VA.,
?! AT AUCTION.
a*
fi By order of the District Court of the United
~* States for the District of Virginia, we will re-
I sell, as assignees of Floyd Lacy, bankrupt, on
« WEDNESDAY, THE 20ra DAY OF JULY, 1871,
' a tract of land, in the county of Henry, Virginia,
containing 1117 ACRES, lying on ihe waters ol
Reed creek.
At.se,
i, the bankrupt's life estate in a TRACT of LAND,
il. in said count} ,on Smith's river, containing Ul*A
4 acres.
3 TERMS -One-half cash; balance on a credit
1- of six and nine months, bonds with ample sccuri
<>, ty, (itle retained until the whole of the purchase
!3 money is paid. Terms of first sale not having
17 heen complied with.
'■* McKINSEY k HROWN,
1. ,jy 3—2aw3w Assignees.
j, A SSIGNEES' KE-SALE OF
4 REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the District Court of
i, the United Slates for the District of Virginia, we
i, will re-sell, as assignees of William P. Pool,
c. bankrupt, 011
~ TUESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
on the premises—the residence of the bankrupt
s' the tract of laud, on which ihe bauliriipi now
i, resides, containing &3U ACRES, lying on ihe
h- waters of Anion s creek, Mecklenburg county,
; i» Va., with rood Improvements.
i' Also,
4-11 oi 130 ACRES of LAND, on the waters of
v Buffalo creek, in said county, now occupied by
£ (iiaiidei-son Vaughn.
It TERMS—ReaI Estate one-third cash ; balance
of on a credit of six and twelve months, with uji
-7 proved security, with interest from date, and ti
ll,' retained 1111Iil the whole of the purchase
s. money is paid. Terms of first sale not having
' ' been complied with.
i McKINSEY k BROWN,
c| jy:!—2a\v3w Assignees.
-1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I KI
TED STATIN,
k In Hie matter of Eiumeii D.Hatcher,bankrupt
H —in bankruptcy.
H To Whom il May Cone-in—The undersigned,
U William L. BoUing, of Wjthe county, Virginia,
7, hereby gi\es notice of his appointment as assignee
8. of Ihe estate of Eillllielt 11. llalcher, of Bedford
c. county, in snid district, who was, on the 1:1 th day
H of May, 1 «71, adjudged a bankrnpt on his own
H petition by the District Coin lof said district.
h Hated Wrlbeiille, \ a , June 2(itb, 1871.
% je ;ki—Ft'.w W. 11 BULLING, Assignee.
ilHmaTla4UW J
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HALIFAX
COUNTY. VA.
In obedience to a decree of the District Court
of the Untied States for the Eastern district of
Virginia, entered in the matter of Stephen D.
Tucker, bankrupt, on the »th day of May, 1871, •
1 shall, on
FRIDAY, THE 14th DAY OF JULY", 1871,
\
proceed to sell on the premises at public auction,
(he real estate surrendered by said bankrupt, ;l
the purchasers thereof at the former sale, having '
fatted to comply with the terms of sale. The
said real estate consists of two tracts—the one
formerly purchased by S. I). Tucker, and on
which lie now resides, containing 200 X ACRES "
more or less, on which there are valuable lm- *'
pi-ovements, including a pood dwelling-house,
kitchen and necessary out-houses, a line orchard,
kc, Ac, —the other, purchased at the former
sale by C. H. Walker, containing S34H ACRES,
more or less, on which there is a small settle- °
ment, two or three good tobacco barns, tt*. The
land lies along the waters of Lady Creek, about
ten miles from Halifax, and three miles from ''
Meadsvtlle, and is well adapted to the cnltiva- •'
lion of wheat, corn, tobacco, Ac. The land will J
lie sold free from all liens nudemcumbrances, ex- i
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 bond with good se
curity, and bearing interest from day of sale for .
the deferred payment. I
A.BARKSDALE, jß. c Assignee
je IB—law3w of S. D. Tucker, Imnkrnpt.
By Cel. J. J. Hill, Anctioneer. j
A SMGNEE'S SALE OF \
VALUABLE REAL ANB PERSONAL 1
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS
VILLE, VA.
In the matlcr of R. 11. MOSS k BROS. !
By an order of the District Court of tin) United J
Slates for the District of Virginia, consented to ]
by all parties interested, I shall, as assignee for
the aliove named bankrupts, sell at public auc- ,
lion, to the highest bidder,
ON THE 10th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871, '
in the town of Clarksville, Va., free from all '
liens and encumbrances, a large amount of PER- '
SONAL PROPERTY, consisting of |
Horses, Mules and Cattle,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Two (2) Steam Engines, with complete outfit;
Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, suf
ficient lo work 200 hands.
The REAL ESTATE consist of about twenty
five valuable Town and Wood Lots, in and near
to the town of Clarksville ; Two large Facto
ries (smoking and manufacturing) ; also, "Kin
derton," one mile out of town, containing ftoo
acres with handsome Ihvelling.
TERMS—For all personal property cash ; for
real estate, one-fourth of purchase money cash,
the balance payable in twelve months, with in
terest from day of sale.
.1. M. CARRINOTON, Assignee
ie 6—2awtds of R. H. Moss k Bros.
By I. ruhbs Ac Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSHtMJ'SSAI.KOI
V A I.t IA HLE PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF
PORT ROYAL AND ADJACENT
THERETO,
AT AUCTION.
11l compliance with a decree of the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
Virginia, of .Time 6,1871, In the matter of Wade
A. Thornton, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THEl2th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12o'clock M, in front of «•»• United States
conrt-house in the city of Richmond, the follow
ing described real estate:
No. 1,
ONE SMALL TWO-STORY BUILDING,
with one-half Acre of Land, situated in the town
of Port Royal, Caroline county, Va.
No. 2,
ONE LOT CONTAINING THREE QUAR
TERS OF AN ACRE,
in same town.
No. 3,
FIFTY-TWO ACRES OF LAND,
situated three miles from Port Royal.
r No. 4,
TWENTY-FIVE ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining No. '..
No. 1,
THE BANKRUPT'S LIFE INTEREST IN ONE
HUN DRED AND TEN ACRES OF LAND,
in King George county, Va. This Is a part of
Point Pleasant Farm—has no improvements
thereon.
Full description of these places will be given 011
day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six aud twelve months, the purchaser
r giving notes for the deferred payments, interest,
added at the rate of six per cent, per annum;
the title to be retained by the assignee until said
notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
je 20 —2aw3w Assignee.
By Grubbs .V Williams, Auctioneers.
. A SMIiMJi'S SALE OF
I 927 ACRES OF LAND IN APPOMATTOX
AND CAMPBELL COUNTIES
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern .District of Virginia,
of June s, 1871, In the matter of Thomas W.
Hix, bankrupt, I will sell at auction on,
1 WEDNESDAY, 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 Tracts of Land:
! NO. 1,
206 ACRES IN APPOMATTOX COUNTY:
i NO. 2,
I 2CO ACRES IN APPOMATTOX COUNTY;
NO. .1,
LIFE INTEREST IN 4(il ACRES IN CAMP
BELL COUNTY.
Full description of these places will be given
■' on day of sale.
TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a
' credit of six and twelve months, tlie purchaser
to Kive notes for the deferred payments, with
interest added, at six per cent, per annum, the
titled to lie retained by the assignee until the
' notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
>f je 20—2aw2w Assignee.
A SSItiNEE'S OF SALE OF ,
',' VALUBLE REAL ESTATE IN CAMPBELL
s COUNTY, VA.
, By virtue of a decree of tho District Court of
j the United Slates for tho Eastern District of Vir
ginia, rendered in the matter of Wm. H. Walker,
bankrupt, the undersigned, assignee of said bank
' rupt, will sell, at public auction, in the town of
Brooknea), Campbell county, to the highest bid
der, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
all the REAL ESTATE surrendered by the said
bankrupt in bis schedules, except the Mill and
,f Foundry, 011 Falling river, and the land thereto
c attached. The said real estate consist of
' Ist. A tract of
EIGHTY'-EIOHT ACRES OF LAND
~ more or less, adjoining the town of Brookneal,
on which there are valuable improvements, in
cluding a large and commodious DWELLING
' HOUSE, Kitchen, necessary Out-Houses Orch
ards, &c.
The land is productive and adapted to the cul
jf tivation of Com, Wheut, Tobacco, kc, and alto
y gether, this is really a most valuable piece of
property.
■v 2d. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each in the
c town of Brookneal, (No. 24 and No. 84), and
i
ic 3d. One-ball interest in three TOWN LOTS,
g (Nos. 27, 28 aud 29) in town of Hroalmeal, on one
of which is situated a valuable TOBACCO FAC
TORY.
The said laud is sold free of all liens and en
- cumbrances, except the right of dower of the
bankrupt's widow.
TERMS—One-half cash; residue of purchase
,1 money on a credit of six months, purchaser giv
ing bond, Willi approved security, and bearing
I inleresl from day of sale, for the deferred pay
-1 ment, and title retained until the purchase
,p money is fully paid.
I A. BARKSDALE, Jr., Assignee
E of W. H. Walker, HnukTupt.
I, je 1.1 —2aw:iw ■
WRAPPING PAPER may be had al this
OFFICE
MM AffllES OF LAND V
IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United „
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia" '.
of June 6, 1871, in the matter of John C. Page
bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY' OF JULY, 1871, »
at 12 o'clock M., in 1 rout of the United States ,
court-house, In the city of Richmond,
FIV E HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, 1
situated.in Cumberlandl county. Va., adjoining the >
estate of If. Hill and others, known as "Anbum," .
WITH DWELLING AND OUTHOUSES
A full description of the property will be given ]
on the day of sale. I
TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a j
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser s
to give notes for the deferred payments, with in- /
terest at six jiercent. added—the title to be re
tained by the assignee until the notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE, <
je 20—2awSw Assignee. '
By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers. '
A SSIGNEE*' SALE~OF
1132 ACRES OF LAND IN ESSEX COUNTY,
VA., AT AUCTION.
——
In compliance with a decree of the United
Slates Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of Jnne 9,1871, in the matter of Otway Rennolds,
bankrupt, we will sell at auction, oil
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, IS7I,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
court-house, in the city of Richmond, 1132 Acres
of land, in the county of Essex, comprising
THREE TRACTS, known as ROCKLAND, 1
DOVE'S NEST, and WALKE'S, situated about
live miles from Mount Landing, and seven miles
from Tnppahannock.
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.
TERMS —One-third cash; the balance on a
credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to .
give notes for the deferred payments, with six (
per cent interest added, the title to be retained by
the assignee until said notes are paid.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
W. C. LATANE,
je 20—2a3w Assignees. '
By Grubbs fc Williams, Auctioneers
A SSIGNEES' SALE OF
200 ACRES OF LAND IN CULPEPER COUN
TY, VIRGINIA, AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June 6, 1871, In the matter of Maria Gibson,
bankrupt, I 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,
200 ACRES OF LAND
situated in the county of Cnlpeper, State of Vir
ginia., known as "Honnio Doone," two miles
from Culpeper court-house, immediately on the
Orange and Alexandria railroad. This is valua
ble land. A fiill description will be 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 added at the rate of six per cent, per annum ;
the title to be retained by the assignee until the
notes are paid.
WM. 11. ALLDERDICE,
jo2o—2aw3w. Assignee.
ByGrabbsfc Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEES SALEOF
160 ACRES OF LAND IN CAROLINE COUN
TY, VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virgluln,
of June fith, 1871, In the matter of A. S. Hundley,
bankrupt, I will sell at auction,
ON WEDNESDAY, 12m DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the United States
court-honse, in the city of Richmond, 120 ACRES
of land in Caroline county, Virginia, adjoining
the lauds of J. Freeman, J. E. Bowers and others,
known as Needwood, on the main road leading
■ from Richmond tofredericksburg, 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 clay of sale.
TERMS—One third cash; balance on a credit
of six and twelve months, the purchaser to give
, notes for the deferred payments with interest
' added, at the rate of six per cent, per annum.
The title to be retaind by the assignee until the
, said notes are paid.
WM.H. ALLDERDICE,
! je,2o—2aw3w Assignee.
1 By Grubbs At Williams, Auctioneers.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
I " BANKRUPT INTERESTS
! INLANDSINCHARLESCITYCOUNTY.VA.,
1 AT AUCTION. '
In compliance with a decree of the United
States Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
*of June 8,1871, in the matter of E. B. W. Apper
son, bankrupt, 1 will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
r 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:
1 No. I—ONE-FIFTH OF 300 ACRES OF LAND
? in James City county ;
No. 2.-LIFE INTEREST IN ONE-FIFTH OF
326 ACRES OF LAND In Charles City
' county;
* No. 3.—LIFE INTEREST IN 200 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, with interest
added, at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
the title to be retained by the assignee until the
notes are paid. For Nos. 2 and 3, cash.
WM. H. ALLDERDICE,
jo 20—2aw3w Assignee.
,1 By Grubbs A- Williams, Auctioneers.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
1 FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE
',! ACRES OF LAND IN BUCKINGHAM
c COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the United
States court for the Eastern District of Virginia,
of June 6th, 1871, in the matter of R. W. Ganna
way, bankrupt, I will sell at auction,
ON WEDNESDAY, 12th DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at 12 o'clock M., In front of the United States
'* court-house, hi the city of Richmond,
", THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF
1- LAND
.'' in Buckingham county, adjoining the lands of W.
E. Gannaway, Wm. Evans and others; also,
A LIFE INTEREST IN SEVENTY-FIVE
■> ACRES *
In the same county l adjoining Ihe lands of Dr.
(j Coleman and others.
o Full description of these properties will be
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 cent, added, the title to be retained
by the assignee until the notes are paid.
I, WM H. ALLDERDICE,
1- je 20—2aw3w Assignee.
I- _ ,
'" A SSIGNEE'S SALE OF
['. 1200 ACRES OF LAND IN TAZEWELL
, f COUNTY, VA., AT AUCTION.
In compliance with a decree of the iMstrict
.. Court of tl* United States for the Western Dis
trict of Virginia, of April 29th, 1871, in the mat
ter of E. O. W. Harmon, bankrupt, I will sell at
3 auction, on
c TUESDAY, THE Ist DAY OF AUGUST, ls7l,
at 12 o'clock M., at the front door of the court
,. house of Tazewell, county,
« 1200 ACRES OF LAND,
situated In the county of Tazetvell, State of
Virginia, on the waters of Clearfork of Wolf
* creek, about 14 miles east of the court-house,
•'" known as the Henry W. Dill's farm. This Is a
8 valuable grazing farm, and lies ii|x>n one of the
finest trout streams in the State. •
TERMS—One-fourth cosh ; and thebnlance on
a credit of twelve and eighteen mouths, the pur
chaser giving bond, with ample personal securl
_ ty, for the deferred payments, the title to be re
tained by the assignee until the whole of the pur
is chase money shall have been paid.
jy 3—2ayv:iw W P CECIL, Assignee.
VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARKS
VILLE, VA.
By an ordfcrof the District Court of the United
States for the District of Virginia, I shall, as as
signee of Chambcrlnyne k Moss, expose for sale,
to the highest bidder, at public auction, one of
the best and largest DISTILLERIES in Virginia
with fixtures complete, free from all Hens and
encumbrances, in the town of Clarksville, Va.,
ON THE I*T« DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 18T1
TERMS—One-fourth cash; ihe balance pay
able, with interest, twelve months after day ot
sale. J. M. CARRINOTON, Assignee
je 16—2awtds of Chnmherlayno a Moss.
MAESHALS SALES.
Us. MARSHAL'S SALE By virtue «r a
• writ of venditioni exponas, issued out of
the United States Circuit Court, for the Eastern
District of Virginin, in favor of Hurst, Puraell
A Co. against F. G. Ward, I shall sell, at Public
Auction, on
WEDNESDAY", JUNE 14, 1871,
commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., upon the pre
mises now occupied by said F. G. Ward, near
Piedmont station, 0., A. k M. R. R., Fauquier
county, the following property, viz:
Three HORSES, Six COWS,
Three HEIFERS, One BULL,
Ten HOGS, Two WAGONS,
Two CARTS, One WHEAT DRILL,
One BUGGY RAKE,
One THRESHING MACHINE,
Two PLOWS, One Stack of HAY,
One Stack of STRAW,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Ac.
Titans Cash.
DAVID B PARKER
U. S Marshal, Eastern Dist. of Va.
By S. N. GARWOOD,
June Ist, 1871. Deputy
The above sale is iwstponed until WEDNES
DAY, July 19th, 1871, at 12 o'clock M.
I). B. PARKER,
U S. Marshal
By S. N. GARWOOD,
June 12th, 1871. Deputy.
ALSO,
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of
the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern
District of Virginia, in favor of Hurst, Purnell A
Co. against F.G.Ward, 1 will sell at Public Auc
tion, on
WEDNESDAY, July 19, 1871,
commencing at 12 o'clock M., upon the premises
of said Ward, near Piedmont station, 0., A. A M.
R. R-, Fauquier county, the following property,
viz: The WHEAT CROP upon the farm oceu
pied by said Ward.
Tkrms Cash. 1). B. PARKER,
U. S. Marshal, Eastern Dist. of Va.
By S. N. GARWOOD, Deputy.
. July 7th, 1871. jy 7—lol
No. 23(1
MARSHAL'S SALE.-Hi virtue of a writ of
venditioni exponas, issued from the clerk's
office U. S. District Court and to me directed, 1
shall proceed to sell at public auction, for cash,
ON THE Bth DAY OF JULY, 1871,
at Perm's Store, Patrick county, Virginia, the
following property, to-wit: One hundred and
thirty (130) boxes MANUFACTURED TOBAC
CO.
Parlies desiring to purchase are invited to bo
present.
DAVID B PARKER,
U. S. Marshal Eastern District of Virginia.
By JOHN P YEATMAN, Deputy.
Dated June 21st, 1871. je 26—lilt
The above sale is postponed lo SATURDAY,
the 15th day of July.
DAVID B. PARKER,
jes—ids U. S. Mar. E. D. of Va.
SHALL FARMS FOE SALE.
/• 111 -UOII m; COUNTRY SEATS FOR SAL I.
AT OUNSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC,
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED,
TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON,
I AND FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON
j FACILITIES FOR
BOATING, SHOOTING,
FISHING, AND
I SURF BATHING,
ON SUNNYSIDE BAY
I
1 FINE WATER, TIMBER, ORAZING LANDS
_
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY.
1
1
. UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK
I
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
SOLI) IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUN
DRED ACRES.
STEAMBOAT LANDING ON PREMISES,
L AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FROM WASHINGTON BY RAIL
J TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABI.E.
f
We want one hundred first-class families, in
dustrious, temperate and enterprising. Noqne?
--' tions asked about religion or politics.
You can tr.ise every variety of Fruit, Grass and
Grain.
Facilities for daily ing excellent.
c Manures, Lime, Marl and Muck easily obtained
t near the premises.
f Direct and rapid shipment of all products North
by rail or water.
No one need fear excess heat or cool nights ;
for fresh breezes come up the bay and temper the
atmosphere.
2 To persons of intellectual tastes, the near ti
cinity of the National Capital is of inestimable
value. It is near enough lo Washington to allow
I one to do busiuess there and be home at night;
- or, in winter to reside in the city and have the
luxuries of a farm home.
s We urge our Northern friends not lo go West,
nor far into the South to live in the wilderness,
F
till they have seen our beautiful region of the
' Upper Potomac.
Come and see us here in Virginia. Here you
. will find true hearts ready to welcome you. So
-8 clety organized with Churches, Seliools,'Horti
cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries ot
a
0 fruit trees and beautiful cultivated farms. Hare
* you will find the cheapest land 011 this contlnem,
and which is sure to increase rapidly in value —
- Northern men of means are coming In rapidy.
Lands from t2u 10 *2ft per acre, of excellent
quality to improve; can be bought on long time
!t Farms can be rented by those who wish to stay
i a while to try the climate.
Address
"STATE JOURNAL" OFFICE,
OR
BECK, KNOX A KIRBY,
,f
t Real Estate Agents,
a ap 12—tf Alexandria. Va.
c —' ' , '" ' —"
. I ) fcMUVAL.— Or. H. i». Taliaferro has re;
II moved his
I- OFFICE and RESIDENCE to the COLLEGE
INFIRMARY, Marshall street,
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