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IU 1) W Alt l> 11 A%IK 1. X , EbITOR AND .Nt AN All Kit. Is VMM ■"»'" S'r**t, Hlchmond, Va (initial Paper Tor the Government TUESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 11, l»7l". | A jolly set of fellows are the Pennsyl vania miners. They should be sent to I France, for they would meet congenial I spirits thero. Books about "besieged Paris" may soon bo expected. A largo number are already announced as iv press by the various pub lishers. Philadelphia is working hard to have tbe capital of tho State removed from Harrisburg to that city. We trust it may be successful. ] * l "Maryland, my Maryland," deserts the i old slaveholders' party. Honor to Annapolis. "Tho colored troops fought bravely." .» It is now held that George Washington was more of a father than is generally be lieved. His country was not his only — , i*i I There is a colored individual in Boston who writes to tho Post, of that city, that he Is a Democrat, but that he "don't like to be called 'nigger' and 'darkey.' " » I President Grant's administration has bien indorsed because tho assurance has been given that it has no policy to enforce ' against tho will of the people. » On Saturday the Boston Post talked about "the defeat %hieb is surely coming to tho Radicals iv Connecticut on Mon day." Tho Post has lost its reputation as a prophet. I*> In somo parts of Ireland it was sup posed that the sun danced for joy ou Eas ter morning, and all rose early to sco the phenomenon, only to get very cold and go to bed again disappointed. ♦ m < An exchange says: "Wo are in receipt of two poems, ono on the 'Throbbing Brain,' and the other on a 'Boating Heart.' We will wait until we receivb ono on the 'Stomach Ache,' and publish all threo to gether." There is an old English Easter custom, which, we rcgiet to say, is not practiced in America. In many parts of the mother country the men have the privilege of lift ing from the ground and kissing all the womon tbey meet on tho King's highway. This WBB only allowed on Easter Monday. On Easter Tuesday tho women had a like privilege, and we may be assured thoy seldom failed to take advantage of it. .*» The French minister, M. Jules Treil hard, recently accredited to this country, has hecomo insane and is now a resident of the United States Asylum, whither he was conveyed a fow days ago. Since the civil troubles occurred in France, M. Treilhard has been subject to frequent fits of melan choly, and his attendants feared that he would do himself somo injury. They ac cordingly petitioned to have him removed to the insane asylum. j ... j The Shipping in New York Hardob. At tho present time thero are in the port of New York, at the various docks and slips or lying in the river awaiting depar ture, 503 vessels of all kinds. The steam ers number sixty-six, of which nine are British, one German and the balanco American. Engaged in coasting business fifteen, and laid up for sale thirty, which leaves a balance of only eleven American steamers engaged for voyages. ■ —•-♦-• Minister Schenck's Samby.—While the doors of the Senate.were closed in ex ecutive session Friday evening, the Senate suspended executive business long enough to take up aud pass, on motion of Mr. Cameron, a hill to pay Gen. Schenck his salary as minister to England. Under the old law any foreign minister was debarred from recoiving his salary who remiioed twenty days in the United States after re ceiving his instructions. Mr. Schenck is detained here by appointment of the Pre sident on the Joint High Commission. M, !•»— Death ok Admiral Teqetiioff.—Wil hilrn yon Tegelhoff, vice admiral of tho Austrian navy, who died at Vienna on Thursday, was born in 1827, educated at Venice, which he aided in blockading in 1849; had a command in tho Franco- I Sardinian war of 1859, and commanded the Austrian Mediterranean squadron in 1802. Two years later ho fought the Danes off Heligoland, and in 1800, as rear admiral, defeated the Italian squadron at Li.-Trill. This achievement led to his pro motion to tho grade in which he died. He also commanded the squadron that con veyed Maximilian to Mexico. . The New York Tribune argues continu ally in favor of paying the National debt in tho shortest timo possible. The fact that a nation, like an individual, may be so situated that it will be better to post pone payment for a while, rather pay gradually, and use somo of the earnings in development, whereby the debt-paying capacity will be many fold increased, is totally ignored by the Tribune. It says mills are not stopped and manufactures kept going, which is qualifiedly true ; bu let us tell the Tribune that the policy has a repressing effect, and is virtually the policy of the farmer selling off a stri of his land to pay al once, when under a moro gradual policy, he wouh be able to improve his laud, make i productive, and finally with comparative ease pay all and keep the land. There is such a thing as employing capital to obtain tbe means wherewith to pay a debt, and there is another of repressing such employ ment aud eating into tbe capital itself. it bo paid at once—but it will be at of an impoverishing e(T'>tt. We | 10 Tribune itself dues not practice teaches. It is not the policy on he financial world proceeds. Free rgies of this country for a few years stent it might he done, aud it will i dollars eisier than it can one now. .—■ . I—■ success or President Graftt, as con with the previous administration ucing the debt of thu country, is early sot forth hy tho correspondent Eastern paper, except ho fails to lie advantages Johnson's ndminis derived from the salo of immense lies of war material. On tho Ist of I, 1805, the principal of our liqui lational debt amounted to $2,755, --3, not counting tho interest then icreoii, which nuist have raised ;al to at least twenty-eight hun millions of dollars, whereof tho interest amounted to $161, --1, or very nearly half a mil dollars for each day in the hut Sunday. At tho closo of Mr. )n's administration (March 1, 18C9), incipal had been reduced $204,595, --i that it stood a littlo less than twen huudred million dollars, bearing an I interest of $120,389,550. That is the intorest was reduced, not mere tho amount of principal paid off, ' tho conversion of seven-thirties into Since General Graut became Pre , (two years and one month ago.) wo educed the principal by $223,083, --nd the interest by such payment, y funding at lower rates bonds bear terest, until the principal is now but 8,301,231, and the annual interesl 114,33G,652. Aud wo hope that Mr. 'ell's funding enterprise, now iv pro together with tho payment of the pal, will havo reduced the annua n of tho debt to $100,000,000 before al Grant's term expires. What na- M ever done better than this ? President Grunt Sustained. WHAT THE TEESS SAYS. I Pittsburg (Pa.) Gazette (Republi egards the message "us ono of tho wonderful State papers that has ever presented to the public as a message." fe Cleveland (Ohio) Herald (RepublL says : "We must, in defence of our own consistency, say that while the mes sage and report are a most thorough vin dication of the President, we are not ye converts to the annexation scheme." The Rochester (N. V.) Democrat (lte publican) says: "President Grant stands to-day stronger beforo the country than he did alter Appomattox, and ho has con founded his enemies quito ns signally ns he defeated the enemies of his country." The Pittsburg (Pa) Commercial (Re publican) Bays : "Except a fling or tw Blightly personal, and theroforo not quito graceful in such a paper, the entire mes sago exhibits a conciliatory spirit. It i really apologetic or self-vindicatory in Midency and effect." The Milwaukee (Wis.) Sentinel (Ropub an) says: "We believe tho President's conduct iv this whole transaction will bear the strictest scrutiny of bis enemies, ns it deserves, and is sure to receive, when it is fully understood, the cordial approbation of his friends." The New York Times says : "Tho Pre sident gives a manly and straightforward account of all tho stages through which the San Domingo question has passed. Against tho vague and unsupported allega tions of bis detractors he places a few sim ple and unvarnished facts." The Erie (Pa.) Dispatch says: "While tho messago and report is a most completo vindication of tho President, we aro not yet ready to fall fully into the scheme of an nexation. The benefits to tho people of San Domingo are clear enough, but our own advantagts arc not so apparent." The New York Tribune says : "Even tho persistent efforts to misrepresent the personal motives influencing tho President and his agents in the negotiations did not rendrt the explanation necessary. a ° I The message is a plain talo which will put to rest many malicious stories." The New York Herald says : "The President has had the good sense to yield, and to leavo the San Domingo business to the American people. General Grant never did anything more sensible or in a more graceful manner. • ° • Tho report of the Commissioners does not touch tbe important topics bearing upon ihe question of annexation." The Toledo (Ohio) Blade, (Rep.) says : "The President's moderation comes at tho wrong time, and wears a forced expression on its faco. Had it come earlier wo should have boon bettor satisfied with it ;" and I has "not been ablo to discover that tho re port of tho Commissioners contains any very important revelations which the coun- The Elmira (N. V.) Advertiser says of the message : "No one can read it with out the most perfect assurance of the en tiro purity and patriotism of the President's J motives in regard to annexation." And of tho report : "Whether these facts justify tbe project of annexation is another aud a different question about which thero may possibly be differences of opinion." The Cleveland (Ohio) Leader (Republi can) says: "The official report contains absolutely nothing that is new, and entire* !y fails to remove the main objections which havo been urged by tbe opponents of annexation, or to add strength to the arguments relied upon in its favor;" and calls the messago "au honest, fair, straight forward document, creditable alike to the President's common senso and upright iu i t'i ti " I The New York Mercantile Journal says of the Butler currency bill: "It is objected by some Republicans that the bill, if pass ed, would cause a return to specie pay ments ; tbat such return is sure to produce temporary tightness iv the monoy market, embarrassment in business, and discontent with the Administration, which may seri ously affect the Presidential election. But the only way in which this measure would bring about specie payments consists in raising the value (the purchasing power) of greenbacks withoutforcible contraction ; that is, specie payments would probably be reached in a gentle and natural way. If the meaiiure is not enacted next winter, the Democrats will doubtless be advocat ing it as a part of their platform for the Presidential campaign, which would oin ' barrass the Republicans still more. Gen. Butler, as a shrewd politician, recognized I the right moment for the introduction of Ir,.nr April 1.1571.-A First-class,' Klght-pnge, Agri cultural tturl family Wecklyi Specimens Free. 1101' KINS k WILCOX, Rochester,N. Y. 4 HIO X U.M.I.F.KY OF AHT-—D AppletOl n\ P\. 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JACKSON 4 CO., Box '2,(103, New York. rgsRAUUANT SAI'OLIENK Cleans Kid Gloves and all kluds of Cloths, and I Clothing ; removes Paint, Grease, Tar, Ac, without tho least injury to this finest fabric. Sold hy I Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealer*. FRAGRANT SAPOLIENKCO., 33 Barclay Blreot, New York, 48 La Salle street, Chicago. , 1 C*)<A USE TIIiT"VEGETABLE 1 lJ7fl riILMONARY BALSAM," AOIVJ. The old standard remedy for Coughs, Cold*, Con siniii-tii'ii. "Nothiug better." CUTLER BROS. A CO., Boston. a GENTS! READ THIS I We will pay agents n Biliary of $30 per week aud Expense*, or allow a 1-t.rgo commission to sell our new and wonderful inventions. Address M. WAG NER 4 CO., Marshall, Mich. PS?/If* PER WEEK and expenso* paid AGENTS BDrsVJ to sell our new and wonderinl inventions. SEBLY 11ROS. ft CO., Greenville, Mich. IT'EY-CIIKCKS, with name, Ac, ongraved, po*t- IV paid, 2ic. Address ENGRAVER, University of OICK ONE, READ! 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FIRM, j l-Il<Kftl\ FOI'MDRY, | No. 8 Kioutu Strkkt. betwkkn Main and Fit.iNKt.lN, UIUBMONh, Va. WM. O. COOK, a co, I With improved facilities and with a determination* to pleiue in prices and stylo of work, we respectfully ask from the people of Richmond, Virginia, and tbe •South generally, a fair share of patronage, j We manufacture j IRON FRONTS, Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and Cellar Doom, Gratings. Window Guards, Awning Frames. j Corinthian Columns and Capitols, OrnamenUl Win dow Caps, Ornamental Brackets for Baleonion, Sliclv* lug, Ac., Ventilators for Brick and Wood Coruiet-, Gas uii-1 WutrT Pipe, liydiant Keys and Rods lor Uas and Water, Traps for Onlvuits ttnd Hy'lrantri, (feal Shoots, and all klmlH ol 1 KON WORK fct build ings generally. \ We also manufacture U>j;itth-.r with Hie abo\e work PLOW CASTING*, and would rwptctfully solicit tho patronage of merchants and fanners. All work guaranteed, aud oaders tilled with dispatch. no Id— Co. SAVINGS* BANKS. REMOVAL TO NKW BANKING ROOMS, No. 10 North Tenth Strstt, Between Main and Bank Streets. NATIONAL FUKKDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY OHARTKRKD BY CONGRESS MARCH, UCfc. DEPOSITS rocelvod and PAYMENTS made dally (excepting holidays) from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., and on Saturday Evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock. INTEREST at the rate of six por ceut per annum declared an 1 compounded in March, July aud No- Tember, on all sjunfl of FIVE (6) DOLLARS and up- DIPO3ITB r«o*ivsd of FIVH CENTS and upwards. i'MA!»LKS BPENGEU, «t> 1-tf (V. dil.ii tI.AMI ACiENTS, AGAINST THE UNITED Jj States for Quartermasters, Coiuinisharyw'Stores, Lumber, Cattle, Horses, Provender, Ac, Ac, hy act of Congres*, March 3d, ISTl.canbe paid by tiling their claims before the Commission. Accouuts care fully prepared on the proper forms, Ac , by CHANDLER, MORTON A SIITEbDS, Attorneys at Law, Corner Tenth aud Bank streets, Rooms 2, 3 and 4, Richmond, Va. mh 13—dAwtm spKtiAb aroTiojß* OI'ECIAI- FRACTICE. THlrty yearn practico in the troatiueut of all morbid Kllections, ida delicato char acter, has euabled DR. PLUME to entirely eradicate . I those nameless disorder* arhung from thoughtlessness or indiscretion. TIiCHK INTERESTEUare invited to makean early cull, wilh the assurance of skillful treatment and honorable confidence. ia-OfflcHon Franklin street, (1413) fourth house below the Exchange Ilotel, and diagonally opposite ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,' CORIfIB TI.VTH AND BARK STREETS, RICHMOND, Vv, Will practice in the Courts of the State and tb United States, and before" the Court of Claims and iH-partments at Washington. Special atteutlou giv eu to cases arising under tho Revenue and Dank. ruptcy laws ol the United States. mh 15-dAwtl CongrcßH having recently passed a bill providing for the appointment oi a COMMISSION for tho *x ; animation and adjm.tiur.it of tMTclaims of LOYAL j Oil I'/KNS of the South, for stores or snpplioß taken . or furnished during the rebellion for tbo use of tho j army, including the use and loss of vessels and boats while employed in tho military service of the United States, and there being many claims of this descrip tion which should have prompt attention, we re spectfully offer our services in tho prosecution of the same beforo the Commission, on the most liberal j terms, according to the amount involved and the character of tho claim. For full particulars address JENKINS A POPIIAM, Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va. i We refer by permission to Jno. B. Davis, President Plauters' National Bank and Richmond Banking and I Insurance Company, Richmond ; Davenport k Co., I Stock Brokers and General Agents, do.; Lancaster k Co, Bankers, do; Hon. H. K. Ellyson, ex-Mayor, do.; C. K. Bingham, President Fln-t National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon. J. F. Lewis, U. S. Senator, Wash ington, !>.£.; Hon. Jas. H. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles 11. Porter, do.; Hon. W. H. H. Stowell, do. apl—dAwtf nn hTbrookb, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practicos in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and I Quoon, and the United States Courts at Richmond. I Offlco at Milford Depot, Caroline cOunty, Virgiuia. I will attend to casus before tbe Court of Claims 1 and the Departments at Washington. My father, 11. B. Brooke, Esq., will attend to all I business entrusted to me in the counties of King 1 I and Queen, Caroline and Essex. Address Central I Point, or Milford Depot, Caroline connty, Virginia. Ja2—lf | AIfBLBB SMITH, • • ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN OIIANOKRY, for all courts of city of Richmond and ooanty <•! Henrico. Offfitfa No. 1310 Ross B*., ant IS—tf RICHMOND, VIRGINIA HURTICVLTDRAL. VioUNT VERNON NURSERY. C. GILLINGHAM k CO. UPON THE WASHINGTON ESTATE. 50,000 AFPLB TREES, ombracing most or tha Southern varieties. Also, a goneral assortment of PEACII, PBAR, and other FRUIT TREES, SHADE TREES, SMALL FRUITS, 30,000 OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS, Ac, Ao. Will be sold WHOLESALE and RETAIL as LOW as can bo hud elsewhere. WARRANTED TRUE TO NAME. mh2l—ts f)ICHMOND NURSERIES, IV RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, FRANKLIN DAVIS k CO., Proprietor*. We offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest collection of FRUIT TREES, VINE**, Ac, ever grown I In the Southeru States, consisting in part of 2,000,000 TREES, embracing all tho choicest varie ties of frnlts adapted especially to the South. 1,000,000 VINES, consisting of every variety of small fruits. £«- Sond for catalogues, enclosing postage stamps oc 18—6 m KIM 1AIM» TEMPLE. I BEDFORD A IVBS' 1 IV (late of tho Spot*wood Hotel.) BILLIARD TEMPLE, CORNER OF MAIN AND ELEVENTH STREETS, RICHMOND, VA. FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. SAFES. riMIK GREAT FIRB IN RICHMOND. II E it X I NCI'S SAFES IN THE SPOTSWOOD. $23,500 IN CURRENCY, aud the Boohs, Papers, Silver and Valuables of the I Spotswood Ilotel and the Adams' and Southern Express Companies aro SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFES. OPFICE OF Al>AM*'rJ EXPRESS COMPANY,") No. 69 Broadway, V Nxw York, Dec. 31,1870. J Messrs. Hinitiso, Farbei, k Sherman : Our Agent at Mchmond writes: "We got th tough to-night drying aud Using up the money from the late fire. Tho contents of the safe—s23,6oo in bills—-we recov ered. It was a Herring Safe, and a good one, certain. Yours truly, "I. C. BABCOCK, Treasurer. 1 * Mt',--..,-. Hi;rrliYO, Fmh.!,!. & Sherman, New York —Gents: The two saLs of your manufacture, which we bud in use ou tho morning of the 25th instant, at tho disastrous fire which destroyed tho Spotswoml Hotut and adjoining block of buildings, have givon full satisfaction, and served to prevent the deritructiou of somo $20,000 in currency, besides the valuable papers and books ouclosed therein. It waa impossible for workmon to excavate the Sale until nearly 80 hours after ihe lire. Respectfully, .1. F. Gibson, Ass't Sup'l for Ailams & Southern Ex. Cos. Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1870. LETTER FROM J. M. SUBLETT A CO., Proprietora of the Spotswood, Richmond, Va., Dec. 29,1870. MiM'.s. Herring, Parrel A Sherman—Gints: On I the morning of the 26th instant, we were fortunate t enough to have one of your Herring's Patent Cham- I pion safes, which fell into the cellar among a burn- I ing mass of ruins. After the fire, to our utmost sur | prise, wo found tho contents, cuuslsting of valuable papers, money and some silverwate, all in good order. Had it not been for your Herring's Safe we j I would havo lost - yen thin?. J. M. Scblett A Co. j UK lilt IN (4 \S PATENT CHAMPION SAKEff, The most reliable Protection from Fire now HERRING'S NEW PATENT CHAMPION BANKKUS' SAFE, The best Protection against Burglars' Tools extant. HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN, 251 Broadway, cornbr Murray St., N. Y. FARREL, HERRING & CO., Philadelphia, HERRING & CO., Chicago. HERRING, EARREL & SHERMAN, fe 29—3 m . New Orleans. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. I>ENJAMIN BATKfIV OOKSBLLBR AND STATIONER, 1003 MAIN STREET, mh 10—tf RICHMOND, VA. | ADIBS, Tbe Victoria, or Ladios' Oem is the great Invention I long and earnestly wished for by your sex. We de slro smart and energetic lady agents to Introduce our popular aud justly celebrated article In every Village, Town and City iv the World. It is highly approved of, endorsed and adopted by all Ladles of taste and refinement, and is now A GREAT FAVORITE WITH THEM, it is what every Lady has wished for, give* Freedom of Ait ton. mill Prevent* Catching Cold at a Critical Period. Eudrosed and recommended by atl eminent I'lij-lilims and Divines Evu-ylady Absolutely Requires and wHI purchase One at sight, its merits aru apparent at a , USANCE. Druggists, miliuois; driHsmakers and thotH who ki up fmicy wl'JiuH will find our excellent invention gtvMJWnot satisfaction, and sells very rapidly, and I netting enormous profits to agents and dealers. Town and country rights given free to all who do* j sire engagiug in an honorable, respectable and I profitable business, aud at the same time, doing I good to tluse suflering companions in life. Samples $2, went tree by mail ou receipt of price. Send for vrhuli'iale circtilais. Address, VICTORIA MANUFACTURING CO., oV u— w i, 17 Park Place, Now York. /vLD PAPERS, (uncut)" ~~ ~ 1 O Sale at JOURNAL OH 101. I AT AUCTION. In compliance with an order of tlio United Btatee District Conrt for the Kastern District of Virginia, of date 16th March, 1871, in the matter of Peunis K. Ferguson, bankrupt. I will cell at anction, on HONDAY. TIIE ITih DAY OF APRIL, 1871, (that being court day) in front of tho Court-House, \ j fn tho town of Salfn'i, Roanoke conuty, Virginia, at jl2 oYlook M., *HH acres of VALUABLE LAND, \ with Improvement*, situated rear Poag's mill in said ! county. A full description et the above will be given on | tha day of Bala. TERMS—One-fourth ca-h, and the balauce on a J credit o.' six, twelve and eighteen months, the pur chaser giving bond, with amide persou.il eeenrity, I for the doforred paymeuts, with interest thereon at ! I the rate of 6 per ct, per annum, aud title retained by ! the assignee until the whole ot the pnrcbase money shall have been. But should a lien creditor or credi- I ten become purchasers at tho sale they may fake a credit upon their purchase to the extont ol their I distributive share lv tho assets according to their several priorities. mh2B—2aw3w JOHN M. HALL, Assignee. A BSIGN EB ' 8 SALB jf\- OF VALUABLE LANDS. By virtoo of an order of the' District Conrt of the Uuited States for the District of Virginia, mado the 15th day of March, 1571,1 shall, as assignee of Thoi W Williamson, bankrupt, sell at public auction, on tbo premises, in Indian Valley, Floyd connty, Va, on MONDAY, the Ist day of May, 1871, commencing at 10 o'clock A M, all the right, title and Interest of said bankrnpt, in the following do* scribed TRACTS OF LAND, surrendered by said Thomas W Williamson in bankruptcy, to wit; Tract No 1 contains 1311 acres, 20 of which aro cleared, thsbala.ico heavily Timbered, of good qual ity, adaptod to tobacco, grain and grass, and has a good cabin upou it, No 2 contains 147 acres, all In forest, heavily tim bered and ol good quality. Also, well adapted to to bacco, grain and gross. No 3 contains 140 acres, lies beautifully, all in for est, also adapted to grain aud grass. No 4 contains 258 acres, about 20 cleared and In cultivation, has two good cabins, and produces fine tobacco, grain and grass. No 5 contains 591 acres, aud is a valuablo tract of land, about 30 acres cleared, a good dwelling-house, I store-house, in an excellent stand for a store or a me- ' chanic of any description. It is situated at a point 1 of roads, is a very public place, aud>convenient to a I poHtoffico with a mail twice a week. It is known us Indian Valley, has a lawn of evergreen trees, and is regarded as one of the most desirablo Farms in the | No 6 contains 138 acres, about .5 cleared, lias a good dwelling house and other buildiugs, a li no mea dow, and tbe bind is very productive. No 7 contains 87 acres, 30 cleared, a cubin, a good 1 nioadow, and tho land of good qnality. Nn s. This tract lies on Greasy Creek, and con- I tains 25 acres, has on it a valuable Copper Mini*, aud I Is within 22 miles of tbo Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. There are throe depots within 25 miles of I it. The out-cropping of Copper Is on a south hill side, from SO to 100 foot above the level of Greasy Crock. One half ot tho land is cleared, the balance I well timbered. AND ON THURSDAY, TUB 4m DAY OF MAY, 1871, I at 10 o'clock a m,I will, as assiguee uf said bankrupt, [ sell at Jacksonville, Ya.— No 0, one undivided moiety of Tavern and Store 1 property in tbe town of Jacksonville, Floyd couuty, No 10, one Town Lot fn tho paid town. No 11 is one third of 400 acres in Pulaski county, Virginia. No 12 Is ono eighth of 250 acres in Montgomery county, Virginia. The above named tracts, or parcels of laud, will be sold free from all liens and encumbrances, except tho contingent dower Interest of said bankrupt's wife. TERMS—One third cash, the balance on 1 and 2 years' credit, with interest from day of sale, secured notes being required for the defcrrod payments, and I the title to be retained by tbo assignee uutil the pur- | chase money is paid iv full. The procieds of said sale to bo applied to the judg- I ments according to priority, and the residue, it any, to those creditors who have proved their claiais. C. U. WENDLINGER, Assigeo of Thoma* W. Williamson, Bankrupt. Abingdon, March 20,1871. mh 23-law6w By Cook 4 Laughtou, Auctioneers. A SSIONEE'S SALB 410 ACRES OF LAND IN SU9HKX COUNTY, AT AUCTION. Iv complianco wilh a decree of tho Uuited States I District Court for tho Eastern .District of Virginia, j of August 17,1869. in the matter of C. E. Uogbtll, bankrupt, I will sell nt auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 12m DAY OF'APRIL, 1871, at 12 c'clock M, in front of tho Unitod States Court llouse, in the city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND, near Nottoway river, in Sussex connty, containing 410 acres. Full description of this proporty will bo givon on day of sale. TERMS—One-third cash; tho balance on a credit of six aud twelvo months, the purchaser to give notes, interest added from day of bale, for tbe do forred payments, the title to bo retained by the as signee until said notes are paid. mh 23-2aw3w LBWIS fi IIIOBY, Assignee. A SBIGNBE'S SALB f\ OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN PATRICK COUN TY, VA., AT AUCTION. By virtue of a decree of the United States District Coutt for the District of Virginia, I will sell, as as signee ot Abraham Adams, baukrupt, at Patrick C. 11., ou Monday, tbe 24th day of April, 1871, A TRACT of LAND containing 1(0 acres, lying 12 I miles north of Patrick C. 11., on the wators of Smith's I river. Tho improvements on tho property are good. I TERMS—One hundred dollars in cash, and tho | balance upon a credit of six and nine monthß, equal I iuatuimeuti, tbe purchasor giving bonds, with ap- I proved security, for tho deferred payments, and title | retained till whole cf pnrcbaso money is paid. mh 27-1 aw3w TIIOS. E COBBS, Assignee. ASSIGNEE'S SALB VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, AT AUCTION. By virtue of a decreo of the United States District I Court for tho District of Virginia, I will sell, as as- I signeeof James M. Swauson, bankrupt, at SwaKSon- I villo, on Monday, tho 17th day of April, 1871, A TRACT t>f LAND containing 140 acres, lying near I Swansouvillo, Pittsylvania couuty, Va. Tbe im- | provements on this property are tolerably g.-od. TERMS—One hundred dollars in cash, and the balance upon a credit of six and nino months, equal | H lntents, the purchasor giving bonds, with ap* id security, for the deferred payments, and title ued till whole of purchase money is paid. i 27—law3w THOS. B. COBBS, Assigneo. ' t SSIONBE'S SALB VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN PATRICK COUN AT AUCTION. By virtue of a decree of tbe United States District Court for the District of Virgiuia, I will soil, at as- I signeo of Groon R. Conner, bankrupt, at Patrick I Monday, the 24th day of April, 1871, A TRACT of LAND containing 200 acres, lying in Patrick county, Va., on tbo headwaters of Smith's I river, near the base of tho Bluo Ridge. The improve- I ments ou tho properly aro good. TERMS—One huudred dollars iv cash, and the balance upou a credit of six aud nine mouths, equal instalments, the purchaser giving bonds, with ap ' proved security, for the deferred payments, and title retained till whole of purchase money is paid. mh 27—lawSw THOS. E. COBBS. Assignee. AUCTION SALES. SALB OF THE EFFECTS OF TIIE BANK OF VIRGINIA. . In obedience to a decree of tbe Circuit Court of tho United States for.tho District of Virginia, the un [ dersigued will, on the 20th DAY OF JUNE NEXT, ' beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court-House I 1 door of said Court, in the Cnstoiu-llouse building, in I tbe city of Richmond, make sale, for caßb, of all tho EFFECTS of the BANK OF VIRGINIA, coiikistlDtf of BONDS, BILLS, NOTES, JUDGMENTS, DE CREES, and whatsoever else thore be. Credito/s of thu Bank, whose claims have been al- I lo«ed, are, under said deciee, entitloi to. tut off at I par tbeir claims against auy purchases of said effects | tbey may make. A descriptive list of said effects nisy bo seen at the j counting-house of S. C. Tardy, one of the undersigned, ou Seventeenth and Dock streets, or at the oflice of I D. J. Saunders, on Eleventh street, between Main I and Bans:, iv Richmond, which tho public are In vilt-it to call and examine This list will be printed for circulation, and it will be advertised when ready. I DAVID J. SAUNDERS, S. C. TARDY, Receivers Bank of Virginia. March 21 th, 1871. mh 24— lawtd* ! OOMBTHING EXTRA NIOB. Just received, a niatnitflceut lot of PAPBR, CARDS AND ENVELOPES, fur WEDDING and VISITING PURPOSES—far su perior to anything now offered fn the city—which we j I propose te work op In oar usual unequalled style, | By Cook k Langhtcn, Auctioneer*. A « °* 3WA ACRES OF LAND IN SUSSEX COUNTY, In compliance Willi a decree of the United State* Disti let Conrt for the Dlatrict of Virginia, of August 31, 1869, fn the matter of Richard Evans, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on j WEDNESDAY, TnE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United Stales Custom- Houa*, fn Ihe city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND, situated in the connty of Sussex, about 2 miles from Stonay creek Depot, on the W k W railmid, contain• Thl* is"a valuable tract or land, ond should attract the attention of persons wishing to invest fn lands. Fnll particulars will be given on day of sale. ij TERMS—One-third cash ; the balance on a credit of *ix and twelr* month*, the pun baser to givo note*, interest added from the day of ft*l«, for tbe deferred paymeuts, the title to be retained by the assignee nntil said notes are paid, inn 20—2aw3w LEWIS B HIGBY, Aaeignee. By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneer*. ASSIGNEE'S SALE HALF ACRE LOT IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND, By authority of the United Statea District Conrt for the Diatrict of Virginia, ln the matter of P C Lama, bankrnpt, I will sell at auction, on WEDNESDAY, THB 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock 11, in front of the United State* Court■ Honse, fn the cfty of Richmond, an U ACRE LOT, in tho city of Richmond, situate at the corner of N and Thirty-second fltreets. This lot is situated in a growing portion of tha city and should claim the attention of the public. TERMS—One third ca*h; the balance on a credit I of six acd twelve months, the purchaser to give I notes, intorest added from day of sale, for the de- [ I ferretl payments, the title to be rotatcod by tbe aa eignee nutil said notes ar* paid. mh2C—2aw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, Assignee. By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers. A SSIONEE'S SALE A. ot b'4 ACRES OF LAND AND BUILDINGS IN HENKIOO COUNTY, j In complianco with a decree of tho United Statea District OouK for tho District of Virginia of August 17,1869, ln the matter of T 0 Leake, bankrupt, I will I **11 at auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 12m DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of tho United State* Conrt- House, in the city of Richmond, a small TRACT of I l.AND.containing having thereon aSTORE BUILDING and other HOUSES, situate in the county I of Henrico about twelve mile* above R.chiuond. TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a credit I of six aud twelve months, the purchaser to give I notes, interest added from day of salo, for the do- I tin itni paymeuts, the title to be retained by the as- I signee until said untes are paid. mh 20-2aw3w LEWIS E HIGBY, A By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneer*. A SSIONEE'S SALE 126 ACRES OF LAND IN KINO AND QUBEN COUNT V, AT AUCTION. In compliance with a decreo of the Unitod State* District Court for tho District of Virginia, of August 17,1869, iv the matter of Quintus Lumpkin, liauk- I rupt, I will sell at auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United States Court House, in the city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND, in King and Queen county, near Little Flymontb, coutaining 126 acres. A description of this property will bo giron on day of *ale. | i TERMS—One third cash; the balance on a credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser to givo notes, with Interest added from day of sale, for tho I deferred payments, the titlo to bo rotalned by the I assignee until said note* are paid. luh2o-2nw3w LBWIS B HIOBY, Assignee. By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers. lASSiaNEB'BSALE i 209 ACRES OF LAND IN SUSSEX COUNTY, YA, I In complianco witii a decree of the UniWd Status District Court for the District of Virginia, of August 17,1869, fn the matter of John Wand Robert SEppea, bankrupts, I will Bell at auction, ou WEDNESDAY, THF 12th DAY OF APRIL-, 1871, at 12 M, in Irani of tho Us.iled Statea Court-House, in tho city of Richmond, a TRACT OF LAND, known as ''Southwest Swamp," lying in the county of Sussex, and adjoining th* lauds of T A Fields, Ro bert W Smith, and others, and containing 209 acres. A description of thia property will be givon on day of Bale. TERMS—One-third cash; the balance on a credit otaix and twelve months, the purchaser to givo notes, with interest udded from day of sale, for the deferred payments, the title to be retained by tbe as signee uutil said notas are patd. mh 20—2aw3w LBWIS B HIGBY, Assignee. By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneer*. ASSIGNEE'S BALE A OF 614 ACRES OF LAND IN DINWIDDIB COY, VA., AT AUCTION. In complianco with a decreo of the United Statea District Court for the District of Virginia, of August 31,1869, in the matter cf John W Slato, bankrupt, I will sell at auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, iv front of the United States Court- House, In the city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND, ontainiug 614 acres, lying iv Dlnwiddie county, ear Cherry Hill, adjoining tha lands of II J Hart well, Charles W Wells and othera. A description of which will bo givon on day of sale. TERMS—One third caßh ; tbe balance on a credit Eld twelve months, the purchaser to givo ,h interest added from dty of salo, for the layments, the titlo to be retained by tho lutit said notes are paid. -2aw3w LEWIS B HIGBY. Assignee. ity Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers. OF j ACTS OF LAND IN MIDDLESEX OOUN ipliance wilh a decroo of the Uuited Statea ronl l for tho Diatrict of Virginia, of August in the matter of W I. Oatowood, bankrupt, I will sell at auctiou, on WEDNESDAY, TnE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front ofthe United Btateß Custom House, in tho city of Richmond, tho following pro perty, situate in the county of Middlesex, Virginia : 167 ACRES OF LAND,called"Woodgreon,"adjolus the lands of R B Evans, Mrs Watts, Mrs Halo aud R Collins. 80 ACRES OF LAND adjoining the lands of Wm Duval and Thomas Street. Full description of the above proporty will be given on day of salo. TERMS—One-third cußb ; the balauce ou a credit of six and twelve months, tho purchaser to give notea, with iuteroat added from day of aale, for the deferrod piyments, the title to be retained by tho aasignee uutil said notes aro paid. mh LEWIB B HIGBY, Assignee. By Cook k Laughton, Auctioneers. A SSIONEE'S AND TRUBTEB'E SALE A ot HOUSE AND LOT IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND, ANS ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF INTEREST IN A HOUSE lis THE CITY OF LYNCHBURU. V A AT AUCTION. By authority of tho Uuited States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, in th* matter of Styll A Davis, bankrupts, tho uudersiguod will sell at auctiou, on ' WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock m , iv front of the United States'oourt- House, in tlio city of Richmond, tho following uro perty belonging to tho ostate of R 11. Davis, a mem- I ber of said firm : THE TWO STOUY AND BASEMENT-BRICK No 305 Nineteenth alreet between Broad and Mar shall streets, frrmting 27 feet 6 inches ou Nineteenth atreet, miming back 70 feet. After which, the aasignee will sell the . rF^rY 1 T'WK-FOURTII INTEREST ot R 11. Davis, In a TENEMENT in Curl's Row, in the city of Lynchburg. ' Fnll description of thia property will bo given on day of bale. ' ° TERMS—Oue-third caah ; tho balance on a credit or six and twelve month*, Iho purchaser to give notes, interest added from day of aale, for the do forrett payments, ih o title to be retained until said I notea are paid. . LBWIS B. HIGBY. Assignoe, A. Bodoker, Stephen Hunter, P. W. Orubbs Trustees M Mutual Builtllng Fuuil anil Dollar Savings Bank. mh 22—2aw3w T N ' h8 district Conrt of the United Statea for the L District of Virginia. In tho matter of John R Preston, baukrunt—in I-.ink ruptcy. » " To whom it May Concern'—The undersigned 0 G Keau, of Richmond city, Henrico co'ty, Va., hereby -.J!?." 0 i" tlf l i'»,»PPol»H>>enta* aasignee of the estate of John R Preston, of Richmond city Hen rico county in said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis j trict I'niirtof tniiil iliftrlct. Dateslat Richmond, March 22, 1871. I -—waw o, G. DEAN, Aulgnee. | IABHIGNRB BALKS. |r Cook k Laughton, Anctloneers. DNBI'B BALK [ SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY AND IN RICHMOND, AT AUCTION. • of a decree of tlio Unllorl Strifes District tli* Eastern District of Virginia, dated 1871, in the matter of 1.. Harvey A Co., , I will offer for salo at public anctlOD, on IDAY.TIIB 12tn DAY OP APRIL, WI, ik M, In front of tlio United States Cnnrt tlio cltj of nichmonil, tho following pro- JILDINO LOTS on Church Hill. In th* climonil, being tho f-uimi that were con . Harvey k Co. by Chas. Gentry, luable TRACT of LAND, lately belonging Oriflln,ono ofthe firm of Harvey k Co, : 457 acres, wilh good DWELLING and rovoments, silnated near Ivor station, on burg aud Norfolk railroad, in Sonthamp- INTEREST of said John C QriiTin a nun county and near the above tract. —One-third cash ; the balance on a credi twelve months, for note*, with Interest 1 the titlo to be retained until all Is paid. 2aw3w LBWIS E UIGIIY, Assignee. I G N B E'B SALE I.X REAL ESTATE IN THK COUNTIK-v ANOKE, FLOYD AND MONTGOMERY, AT AUCTION, rt to an ordor of the District Court of th* ate* for tlio district of Virginia, mado in <r of Warfleld Price, bankrupt, we shall, as of eatd bankrnpt, proceed to soil at the use door of Koaiuiko county, Virginia, iv of Salem, on SSDAY, THE Btu DAY OF MARCH, 1871, mblic auction, to tbo hlgliost bidder, :teen hundred acres of land, Die counties of Floyd, Roanoke and Mont jelonging to the estate of said bankrupt; ■iiicli is qnile valuable. Said land will be if all liens and oncnmbraices. I— Ono-thlrd of purchaso money will bo re- Ire paid in cash; residue in two equal ml l of six aud twelve months, the purchaser irntl, with good personal security, for the paymonts, and the titlo .retained until the money is fully oaid. MI'IUNBEY k 11ROWN, Assignoe* 2aw3w Of Warfleld Price, Baukrupt. ONEMESTT.—The above salo is postponed I7th APRIL, 1871. fe 11—td IGNE E'S .i A I. r OF !I,E RKAL KBTATB IN THE COUNTY OF FRANKLIN, VIRGINIA, AT AUCTION, rpliance with a decree of tiro Uuiloii State* Court, for tlio District of Virginia, made ou day of Jauuary, IS7I, iv the matter of Wal lloway, bankrupt, I ehall, as assignee of trupt, cell, at Frautilin Ciuirt-Houso, on iIDAY, TIIE 15th DAY OF APRIL, 1871, !ock M-, tho following described REAL 83 --nrreudereil by paid Calloway, as part of his UNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ACRES OP VALUABLE BOTTOM LAND c Water river, iv tho couuty of Franklin, r west of Frankliu Court-Honse. ove will be sold intact nnd free from all lien* mbrnnces whatsoever. S —Ono-tbiril cash ; the balance on a credit nrl twelvo mouths, tlio purchaser to give notes, with ample security, for tho deferred pay meuts, tho title to be retained until Ike wholo pur chase money shall h.ivebeon paid. JNO. P. BARKSDALE, Assignee of Walter U. Calloway. Traylorsvillo, Henry county, Va., March 16,1871. mh 17—2aw3w TTs'ld N j; gig 81 L V VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTY OF FRANKLIN, VIRGINIA, AT (AUCTION. In pursuance of an ordor of the United Statos District Conrt, I shall, as assiguee of the estate of Giles M. Thompson, bankrupt, procood to coll, at Franklin Court House, ou BATURDAY, THE lfun DAY 01.' APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., the following described REAL ES TATE, sui rendered by tho said bankrupt, as a por tion of his assets: SIX IIUNDKRD AND FIFTY ACRES OF VALUA BLE IMPROVED LAND, In tho county of Franklin, situated on the Blark Water river, ton miles west of Frankliu Court House. TERMS—One-third caali; tbo balance en a credit of six aud twelvo months, the purchaser to give notes, with ample security, for the deferred pay melts, and the title to be retained until tlio whole purchase money is paid. JNO. P. BARKSDALE, Assignee of Giles M. Thompson. Tiaylorsvillo, Va., March 10, 1871. mh^l7— fawSw By Cook k Laughtou, Auctioneers. A SSIONEE'S BA~LE J\ OT 544 ACRES OF LAND IN DINWIDDIE COY, VA., AT AUCTION. In complianco with a docrooof the United States District Court, for tho Digtrict of Virginia, of August 17,1869, in the matter of John J Abeiiiatliy, bauk- I rupt, I will sell at auction, on WKDNBSDAY, TIIE 12rn DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United Statos Courl- Uonse, In tlio city of Richmond, a TRACT of LAND, lying in Dinwlddie county, near Nottoway river, containing 341 acre*, wilh necessary BUILDINGS. I A full description of this property will bo given on TERMS—One third cash ; the balance on a credit I of six and twelvo months, ihe purchaser to givo notes, with interest added 'rom day or sale, for the deferred payments, the title tn bo retained by the I assigneo uutil said notes are paid. , nn n - LEWIS X HIGBY, mil 22-2aw3w Assignee. By Cook k Laughtou, Auctioneers. ASSIGNEE'S SAL E THREE LOTS AT WEBT POINT, VIRUINIA, AT AUCTION. In compliance with a decreo of tlio Uuited Stales District Ciurt for the District of Virgiuia, of August 31,1869, in the matter of Robert Giariuo, baukrui.l I will sell at uuctiuu, ou WEDNESDAY, TIIE 12th DAY OP APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of Iho Unitod Statos Court- House, In the city of Richmond, THREE LOTS each fiO by 113 fuel, in the town of West Poiut King' William county, Va. A fullor description of thla properly will be given ou day of salo. TERMS—One third cash; tlio balance on a crodit ot six and twelve months, tho purchaser to givo notos, interest added from day of sale, for the de ferred payments, the tiile to be retained by the as signee uutil said uotos are paid. mh 22-2aw3w LBWIS B HIOBY, Assignee. By Cook k Langhton, Auctioneers. ASSIGNEE'S SA~L X LIFE INTEREST IN I.XMW AOWI OF LAND IN DINWIDDIE COUNTY, AND UOUSE LOT IN PETERSBURG, VA., In complianco with a decree of the United Stale* District Court for tho District of Virginia, of August 17,1869, In the matter of James 0. Bain, baukrupt, I will sell at auction, ou WEDNESDAY, THE 12m DAY OF APRIL, 1871, at 12 o'clock M, in front of the United Stale* Court- House, in the city of Richmond, tho LIFE INTE REST of said James C. Bain iv the following pro perty : I.WM ACRES of LAND in Dinwiddle county, od- I.ho lauds of Johu J Mitchell, M R Griswold, in P Uoodwyn and others. ALSO, ost iv HOUSE aud LOT, ou Halifax street, sburg, Va. her description will bo givon ou day of salo. 'B—One-third cash ; the balauce ou a credit nd twelve mouths, the purchaser to give torest added from day of sale, for tho tie lymeuts, the title to be retained by tho as mil said notes are paid, -r-awliw LEWIB E HIGBY, Assignee. By Cook k laughtou, Auctioneers. IGNE'S SALE Djrf IKB OF LAND IN DRUNSfI ICK COUNTY AT AUCTION. iiiilimice with a decree of the United State* Court for the Dislrict of Virginia, ol Angus In the matter of Win. Kawliuga, bankrupt II at auction, ou KSDAY, THE 12th DAY OF APRIL, IS7I, lock M, in front of the United Statea Cuurt lu the city of Richmond, a Fa KM of 118 Brunswick couuty,on wliicl, theie Is a com- DWhLLING and necessary OUTHOUSES. IS—Oliothird cash; the Imlrinre on a credit nd twelve months, llio purchaur to givo itliiiiti.ie.it added frriu drsy cf Mis, for tb< payments, the title tn bo iclaiuod by the a* iilil aaid notes are Mid. -S!aw-w LEWIS B HIGBY, Assignee.